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in in to TELEGRAMS. YELLOW FEVER. THE DREAD PIBTELENCE. six Etrcrosnn Am# sixteen oasis is s*w ORLEANS—A SAD STOUT—ABBIVAL OF BBVUOEE8. A dispatch from New Orleans Sept. 9, says the number of new cases of yellow fe ver reported in the lest twenty-four hour* It M follows: By the Hewsrd Board of Health Young Men's Christian Association 430 144 43 616 Total Against 571 yesterday; as Increase of 46. A large number of the Howard's cases are case# that have laid over for the past week unreported. Out of flfty.four cases amoag the employees of the New Orleans gasworka and their families only eleven have died so far, among whom four were children. bbxaw er tee disease. I saw to»day a family of four, not one of whom had had the fever. All were more or lest terrified—the mother most of all. But this is not peculiar to this population alone. We have not seen a single unaecli mated person this season who does not teem to stand in utter dread of the disease. This seems te he the prevailing feeling. The rapidly with which the pestilence runs its course may, in part, account for this. A very low hours decide often the late of the patient, even when properly attended. Im S rudence after recovery is almost sure •ath. This is a peculiarity of the disease always which the unacclimated will not un derstand, and yet, strange as it may appear it adds to their fear of the fever. The safe period after apparent recovery this year seems to have been longer deferred than usual. or to A SAD CASX. We knew of one case where the patient died three weeks after being apparently well. What made this case particularly ud was that the young lady had just mar ried a poor ana honorable young man against tbe consent of her parents, and all of her relatives deserted her in consequence with a single exception. Only the yearn ings of a mother's heart brought her to visit and comfort a dying child. Otherwise the young wife was entirely unattended, ex cept by her devoted husband. None of her wealthy relatives left their elegant man sions to attend the funeral of the poor girl. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 9,1878. Southern retagees continue to pour in on every train J and, t while many go East, hundreds remain. Louisville's invitation for ail to come, sick or well, occasions the most heartfelt gratitude. The tales of woe told by those who chance to be Interviewed are heartrending in tne extreme. Grenada people have almost ceased to arrive, though the representation from Mississippi other wise continues large. New Orleans peo ple seem to take things calmly, hut those frem Memphis are full of gloemy appre hensions. REJECTED BY TAB HOWARDS. Dr. W. C. Rsmsey, Dr. T. P. Pease and Miss Aisle Wallace, of the componv of phy sleius sod nurses who went from Washing ton to Memphis last week, returned yester day morning to Louisville on their way home. Dr. Ramsey, who was the physi cian in charge, states that he and the other* named were rejected by the Howards for tbe reason that they were not acclimated, the authorities having determined to force all onaccllmated persons to leave the city. HOBBOBS IN MBMPHI8. Doctors Ratnaey and Peace say the hor rors ot the scourge in the doomed city are not half told by the newspapers. A walk or • ride through any street of the city re veals the scene of death at almost every step, while the stench from rotting bodies is most loathsome, the number of unattend ed cases being so numerous that maDy are found dally only by tracing up the scent till Its source is reached, and then it Is oi ten the case that three or four dead bodies are found io one room. It Is said that one cause of the Increased mortality in theclty was the dally vlsl* of the negroes and poor white* from the country, those who have taken refuge there and come to the city for rations and supplies. They are quickly stricken down with the fever, and crawl off te some vacant house or shanty to die unattended. These doctors served one day under the Howards, and say they visited over a hundred patin s each during that time. THE MAINE ELECTION. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE BOB OOVERNOR LACKS OVER 6,0l 0 OP A MAJORITY. Bangob, Me., Sepb 10.—Returns from 228 towns give the follow lng vote for Gov ernor : Belden Conner, Rep., Joseph L. Smith, Greenback, Alonzo Garcelon, Democrat, Conner lacks 6,253 of a majority In these towns, while last year his majority was 5,198. The returns of the Congressional vote in thirty towns of this, the'Fourth district, givs Powers, Rsp., 4,617, and Ladd, Green back and Democrat, 5,962. Powers Is 1,343 Ithtnd in these towns, In which, at the last election, he was 682 ahead. The Whig has returns of 41 Republicans, 26 Greenbaekers, and 7 Democrats elected to the Legislature. Nine Greenbaekers and Democrats are reported elected In Penobscot county, where the entire fusion county ticket probably elected. Belfast, Me., 8ept. 10 —Thirteen towns in Waldo county, Including Belfast, give T. H. Murch, Greenback, for Congress 1148 plurality. His whole plurality in the county will probably foot up 1,800. 41,$81 28,322 19,612 m BUFFALO^BILL'S BAD SHOT. Baltimore, Sept. 9.—In the concluding at Ford's "Buffalo mot of the play of " May Cody," Grand Opera House, to-night, Bill" (Mr. Cody) fired a pistol, which hap pened to be loaded with a ball cartridge, t'he bullet struck a youth named Michael Gardner, who was sitting in the npper gal lery leaning over the railing. He made no outcry, and the discovery of the accident waa not made until the audience had left th* theatre. He then came down from the gallery with * > to of hi* companions. It was found t:> t ie bullet had entered the upper part of his chest, near the shoulder. The ball bas not yet been found and tbe wound is considered serious. S > BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH. The Baulin steamer Cimbrls, which has been lying in Southwest Harbor,,Milne, for months, suddenly left on Mondsy for Phili delphli. A royil decree his been Issued it Rome ordering ships arriving itlUliin porta from any port of the United States to be placed in quarantine. The British War Office publishes a tele gram reporting a sudden increase of fever la Cyprus. Three hundred and seven men are in hospital out of a force of 2,640. A Lisbon despatch to the News says "It is reported that the Portuguese govern ment has asked for explanations in regard to the attempts of the English to establish themselves on the River Cunene in Western Africa. The Times' correspondent at Rome re ports that news has been received from the Romagna, where some excesses by the Italia Irredenta party were expected, that Gari baldi has advised a suspension of the agita tion until spring. A Constantinople despatch to the Times says numerous arrests were made there Sunday night, it is said on account of a conspiracy in favor of ex-Sultan Murad Public opinion is very excited, and the Palace guards have been strengthened. There is a probability that a bill will be introduced in the French Chamber of De puties at the next session for the re-estab lishment of several consulates in America that were abolished a few years ago on the ground of economy. LOCAL NOTES. Full moon to-night. Sutterley copies old pictures In Indian ink or oil. Sutterley copies old pictures life size in Crayons. Take your Daguerreotypes to Sutterley's to get a good copy. For a good shave go to Valentine's oppo site Feme Hose House. Hot and cold baths at Valentine's oppo site Fame Hose House. When is the town hall clock like a refrac tory ? When it strikes. Take your old pictures to Sutterley's, 302 Market street, for a good copy. The Quicksteps will play the Actives of New Castle, on Friday at Schentzen Paik. St. Mary's Beneficial Society have donate^ $100 for the relief of the yellow fever suf ferers. For oysters of all kii ro to v Lansn's, No. 3 Fourth street. 11, Is au fuU on the stew and fry. The National Greenback Labor party,will hold a meeting this evening in Saengerband Hall, this evening. The fire broke out afresh about 4 o'clock yesterday morning at the Star Club Stables, but was soon put out. Every person who want to spend a pleas ant day should go to Ocean City to-morrow. Fare for round trip, $1.75. A box to receive contributions for the yellow fever sufferers has been placed in front of Singles's cigar store. How can I have clear and brilliant com plexion? 8lmplyby using Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture and observing the rules of health. The German-Amerlcan Society have had lists placed In the German saloons through out this city for subscriptions tor tbe sufferers In the South. PEN AND SCISSORS. Can get full without being arrested—the moon. The best Michigan wheat Is said to nearly ail to go Fraace. A dead hen is better than a live one; she will lay wherever you put her. Chicago young ladles obtain the auto graphs of Chinamen for their albums. The pay of two Baltimore letter carriers has been increased to $775 per annnm by order post office department. Kearney damages the honest working man every time he Bpeaks by chilling popu lar sympathy with tbe burdens and hard ships of the laboring classes. Cherubic.—(Gazing on bast) "Is that great grandpapa, auntie dear ? '' "Yea ; that's great-grandpapa.'' "And wasgreat i clever ? " " Very clever 1d And waa great-grandpapa very "Very, very good.'' "And is eed. good?" that all there was of great-grandpapa ? Punch. OUR NEIGHBORS. Tha Phoenix Pottery, at Pboenixville, is busy. Hartranft for President and Blaine for Vice-President is the Manynnk "Sentinel's" 1880 ticket. Abraham Dobson, colored, of West Ches ter, while scuffling with two policemen, on Sunday, had one of his legs broken. Thos- W. Taylor, second baseman and captain of the Brandywine Club, of West Chester, bid one of his fingers broken while playing ball on Saturday. THE NEXT HOUSE. Speaker Randall told a reporter last week that he looked for a democratic majority of thirty votes In the next Honse, and the chances were that the majority would be large. He thought the democrats would carry Pennsylvania this year. LOTTERIES. It pOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. 1810,000 drawn every 17 days. 1 Prize ol 1x60,000 1 Prize of 1 Prize of 2 Prizes of • 70,000 10 Prizes ot • 7,000 each 124 Prizes ol 81.000 each 182 Prises ot 9500 each 821 Prises, amounting to (Spanlsb)$760J)N Information furnished free. Orders filled. Prizes cashed. Spanish Bank bills and Govenunentspurohased. 502 25 20,000 5*1,000 121,000 141,000 TAYLOR A 00., Bankers U Wadi St. New York, WANTS. W ANTED—A good boy that can feed a Gordon Preas, andmakn ready. Ap Dly THIS OFFICE. NOTICES. D ivorces, In any State, without pub licity, send at,nap for tho law, G. R. Chicago, SIMS, I .TOTIOE—The Citizens' Loan Association, S New stock for sale, no back payments Jply to GEO. C. MARIS. Seo'y., «ol Ship - seplMm 1 ley street. AtOTICE TO COUNTY TAX-PA YERS. 1\ we hereby give notice that the oollee tors of County and Poor tax will be at No. 10 East sixth street, during the months of July and August, and at 618 Market street ng th *j ( jgj 5 pj[ f j 1< CARPENTER , Jr. A. GIVE!', Collectors. Jyl-tf Oysters 9 Oysters, Oysters. The best In tbe market to be sold at the lowest profit for cash. OYSTERS OYSTERS OYSrERS OYSTERS OYSTERS O ESTERS QUART, GALLON. HUNDRED, THOUSAND, BUSHEL, BARREL, Wholesale and retail. You can r rler any amount from one oyster to the above numbers at No. 4 West 4th street, JAME8 McLANNAN, _ Proprietor. by the S.H. STAATS, NO. 405 MARKET STREET, HAS Just Received an Elegant Stock OF Fancy Hosiery FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES Also, Opening a Large and Well Selected Stock ,.u OF LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S AND OHILDEEN'S Nler ino Underwear. at THV VERY LOWEST MARKET KATES, Persons would do well to call and make a selection while the as sortment is complete. \ - i HALE'S HOMY OF HOREHOUND & TAR FOR THE CURE OF Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Difficult Breathing, and all Affections of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes, and Lungs, leading to Consumption. This infallible remedy is composed of the Honey of the plant Horehound, in chemical union with Tar-Balm, extracted from the Life Principle of the forest tree Abies Balsamea, or Balm of Gilead. The Honey of Horehound soothes and irritations and inflamma SCATTERS aL tions, and the Tar-Balm CLEANSES AND heals the throat and air-passages leading to the lungs. Five additional ingredients keep the organs cool, moist, and in health ful action. Let no prejudice keep you from trying this great medicine of a famous Doctor, who has saved thousands of lives by it in his large private practice. N.B.—The Tar Balm has no had taste or smell. PER BOTTLE. PRICES 50 CENTS AND Great savipg to buy lfirge size. "Pike's Toothache Drops" Cure in 1 Minute. Sold by all Druggists. C. N. CEITTENTON- Prop.. Ji.Y Furniture and Bedding. L. F. ADAIR'S, No. 207 MARKET AND 206 SHIPLEY STREET Has an assortment of readymade furni ture,th t is not equalled In size or elegance, by any Wilmington Fumlturebouse. Hav ing had the damage of tbe 1 «te fire, which oearly destroyed bis factory repaired, and Is now ready to execute all orrtos promtly. Wareroems 207 Market and 206 Shipley street My-7-tf Mm aa' week m your own town. $5 Cl flfloulflt free. No risk, Reader, If ^ BaIa you want a business at whloh kW'WBU P e ™OHB ef either sex can mak IVWareat pur ail the time they ~ work, write tot particulars to H Hallbtt Ci„FortlandlMalne. The Best Coal e*ver Sold in the f X *£? City I I* k n I |>ut in OoliaTs Free of oharge ALSO OAk AND PINE kINDLING WOOD ENOCH MOORE. Jr I Fourth Street Whirf SHERIFF'S SALES HERIFF'S HALE. s By virtue of a writ of Levari Faolas tome directed, will be exposed to Public Bale, at the Hotel of Jacob Hyatt, in Newport, Christiana Hundred, New Castle county, Delaware on _ FRIDAY, the 27th day of September,. 1878, at 2 o'clock, p. m,, The following described real estate viz All that certain planfailon or tract of land, silnato, lying and being In the hundred of Christiana, bounded and described as fol lows, to wit; Beginning at a while oak at or near Chestnut Kuu, a corner of land late of Peter Brynberg now of John W: Tatum thence north 45 degrees west 58 perches, north 888 - 4 degree* west 5zpercnes, th nee soui, .^ence west38 7-l0 peicnes, thence south 50 i-2 degrees west (.9 8-fO jtrehes u> laud of William Z, Derrlcksou. hence along the same south 70 degrees east 85 9-10 perches to a oorner stone near a small run, thence bv the same land sontb 24 degrees west 21 7- iO perches to anol her corner of Derrickson's lanu, thence sontn 63 degrees east 20 6-10 perenes to a stake or stone, thence south 80 1-2 degrees 21 3 10 perches to a stone l a the middle of Hit'll - aidson's road, thence continuing the s.me course 68 perches to a stone, thence north 22 degrees east 14 1-2 perches to a rock, thence north 8 1-2 degrees west 19 1-2 lerches, thence north forty-nine and a lalf degrees east twenty peicaes to the said white oak tree and placeoi beginning, containing wltliln.saidbounds72.3 4acres of land, be the same more or less. Also, All that certalD plantation or tract of land adjoining the above described tract and bounded and described as fol lows, to wit: Beginning eta black oak sapling a corner for the heirs of Joseph Stidham, dec'd, thence along said Stid ham's lano these next three lines, viz: Sooth 11 1-2 degrees east 4i 2>.10 perches to a corner stoneon llie ditch of the thorn hedge, thence sooth 82 s -4 degrees west 41 6-10 percheB along Bald hedge to a oorner stone, and south 8 1-2 degrees-—27 1-10 perches to stone a corner of a line of land Of what was formerly John Springer's al lotment, thence by the same south 79 1-2 degrees west 94 3-10 perches to a corner stone In the west side of Richardson's Road, thence along the lire of said roan north 18 degrees west 18 1-2 perchts Io a corner stone and north 41 perenes to a cor ner stone In the above described tract of land, thence by the same these next three lines, viz; North 82 degrees easi 71 4-10 perches toa stake by a ran, thence up said run north 56 degrees west 4 6-10 perenes to a stake, thenoe north 6 1.2 degrees past 15 perches to a stake, thence north 44 degrees east if perches to an old marked cornet white oak by t he i ide of the aforesaid run of Peter Brynburg's land, thence north 22 degrees east 1 8 10 perches to a cornerstone of Isaac Stidham's allotment, thence by a line thereof south 62 1 2 degr- es east f 31-2 perches to the p ace of beginning, contain ing 471 4 acres and 10 perches of land be the same more o ■ lees, with a two story brick and frame house, frame barn, aud other out buildings thereon erected. Seized and taken In execution as the property sold by S HEttlFF'B SALK. By virtue of a wilt, of Levari Facias to me directed will be exposed to Public Hale, at the Gilpin House, kept by George Whitlleld, In the Citv, Hundred ami County of New Castle. Del., on THURSDAY, the 2«th day of Septiaber 1878,at 2 ..'clock p. m. The follotvli g desciihed tea eetstp, viz. All that, certain plantation or tract or land situate oi t e northerly side of the few Castle and Frenchtown Railroad, in the hundred and county et Sew Castle, afore said, bounded aud descubed as follows, (acco lilug to a survey made t.y A, F. Pen nlng ! on, Marco 1*61)10 wit: Beginning at a stone In a line ol ta d of William Moth erall and cornerol land ol George McC: one and George Bariholomew, and tunning thence with land of the said George Mcrrone north 4'J l-2degm s»ast 25pei cites and 41 chains, south 31 degrees, east 8 perches and 6 Q chains Io the New Castie and Fienchniwn turnpike road, toence therewith nortu 48 degrees east 46 chains thence with and of .V. V. Lesly south 39 1 2 d> giees < ast 13 rerches and 4'chains sou'h 37 degrees east 2 perches and 35 chains, touth 41 1-4 decrees wesi 5 peiclf s nd fl chains, south 26 1-4 degrees east 68 ch-dus, south 72 degrees weso 34 peiehes and 90 chains with the Delaware Railr.iad to the said turnpike road, thence therewith north 45 1-2 degrees eest. 17 perches and 79 chains thence with lands of dlmau Hodman north 46 1-2 degrees west 3 perches and 64 chalna, south 4 |l-2 degrees w-st 2 perchts and 79 chains to a stone, thence with lands of the raid Wm Motherall norih 25 1-2 de rees weBt7 perebis and50c alnsto the place of beginning, containing 06 acres and 4 square perches of land, b-j the same more or less, Seized and taken 1 > execution ns the property ot John Bartholomew, snrvlDg mort agor of fohn and Kll> n R. Bartholo ew hi«;wl.e, and t t., and to besold by IHaAOGKUBB Sheriff Sheriff's Office, New Ca tie, September's, lgrg ' ' * ' of Joseph S. Foreman, and to be ISAAC GRUBB,Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Newcastle, September 4, 1878. m 91 QN RECEIPT' OF Four Dollar We will send to any address A FULL NIOKEL-PLATED SEVER SHOT REVOLVED AND A BOX OF OA BIDGEfi. JAMES & BRO 204 Market 8t., Wilmington, Del. Wf °R n make money faster at work 101 ta 11 than at anything else, capital not re II quired; we will start yon; W home made by the fndostrlons men .women, boya and girls wanted per day u -werkfor us; Now Is the time. Men »2 aC^mE***' ^ dare " T *™<* « SHERIFF'S ukhiff'b hals.. By virtue of a writof Venditioni Exponas to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at the Lafayette Hotel, 8il Bblpley street, kept by Joan J. Dougherty, ip the City of Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. SAT U RDAY.'i he 14th day ofFeptember,1878, at ao'c'oc't. p. m., The fo' lowing de^crioe All that certain lot or piece of land sit uated In the city of Wilmington. bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the corner formed by the intersection or northerly side of MeKean street with the easterly side of Chnrch street, thence along said side of Church street northerly 31 de f ;re>* rust 15feet, thence with aline pass ag th ough the centi e of the division wad beiwteu this and thehousesdjo-nlngsoulh Si deg. ea. 150 ft. (be tue same more or less) to the westerly aide of an alley two feet wide, thence along said side of said alley soutli 32 degrees west 12 feet to the north erly side of McKean street, thence along said side or said street north 58 degree, west 50 f«et, be tbe same n ore or less. io tbe aforesaid corner and place ef beginning, wltb a two g story brick house, tnereon erected. Seized an nil al Estate viz: taken in execution- as the properly oi William McGlnley and Ellen his wife, and t. t.'s and to be >eld by 1HAAO GRUBB, Sheriff, Sheriffs Office, New ,C.sUe, August 24, 1?78. 4 gHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Lavarl Facias to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale at tbe Lafayette Hotei, ;No. 841 Ship ley street, kept by John J. Dougherty In t he city ef Wilmington, New Castle county, Del, on SATURDAY, the 14th day of September, 1878, at 2 o'oloek, p. m. The following described real estate, viz: All that cert iin lot or piece of land situate in the city ot Wilmington, with a brick building thereon erected, bounded and de scribed as follows, to wit: Beginning at the Intersection of the northerly side of Sixth street, formerly Hanover street, and the easterly side of Washington street, formally Pasture street, thence northerly aud along said side of Washington street, 60 feet to a corner, thence easterly and par allel with Sixth street 70 leet to a. other oorner, thence southerly and paral el with Washington street, 60 feet to the said side of Sixth street, thence thereby wes'erly seventy feet to the place ol beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taseu In executlo i as the perty of Enoch M. Stotsenburg, and Annie E., his wife, and 1.1,, and to be sold „ ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle, August 24, ~78. gHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Hotel of Alex. Maxwell, in St George's Hundied, In New CastleCounty, De aware. pro by on SATURDAY, tho 28th day of September, 1878 atlo'cloca p. m., The following de>cribed real estate, viz: All that certain tract of upland and marsh known as High Kcoa, situated lu St. George's Hundred, New Castle County, and State o' Delaware, and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning where an old white oak formerly stood by the side of (be marsh, aud on the west side o a branch which extends up at Drawyer's Creek, and run nlugtbence north 4odegrees ea-t '0perches to a coiner white oak, theuce with the line of the land of the Me Z B. Glazier north and by east 191 perches to a corner white oak standing by tbeB de ol a branch which divides th s irom the lands of George W. Karsuer, thence down said branch on the south s'de and by ibe severe I courses thereof 160 perot 1 es to a corner white eak on the south side of mid branc.i, thence south 20 degrees west 18 petehe- to the head ofa vailsy. thi nee southwest <:8 perches, thenca south and by west 76 perch-s to a oerneren tit-ea.tslde ofa brant] bv the side of ft. marsh, tne .ie along a small ran in the marsh wn ch divides this f om the ma sh ol the late Nan nel Towns, i.d south 30 degrees east 74 parches. Ihencs south 20 degrees east 10 pe che , sou h 0 degtets eas' 12 p.tchea, n r h 7 degr es <ast III perches, south 31 ,-egrees oast 1! perches to Appoq nnimnik Irek, aud running up ns Id creek by the several curses thereof smith 80deg. we t. 16 peiches,,hsric south 54 degrees west 2Dpen iies, t hem-e south 20 degrees west 40 perches, tliei ce south 15 degrees east 4o per h s, thence south 6i degrees west <0 perches to a corner stake by the creek side, th»nce leaping the creek and running through the marsh north 10 degree west 40 perenes to another corner Btake, tbenc r rou ti 65 degrei s west toa s'ake standing n ar the creek thence through! the marsn north 30 te grees west 200 perches to first mentioned C irner and place of beginning, containing within these bounds 21 2 tc es of upland, and 112,'acres and 138 perches of laud, more or less. a:so, the ad|ol«ing pare 1 of marsh, bt ginning al a post ai the side of Appoqain Imlnk t reek a'oiesald. L> lng a onrne. o the before described niarrh and running up said creek the several courses thereof 168 S® r< he , 8 ' flle,lce up Drawyer's Creek by Its severs 1 crurses :0> pe ches to a post, thence by the marsh of the late Z. B. Glaz ier atd north 2"> degr.es easi 24 perches to a post, being a corner of the land of said Z. B Gl.zler. d-ceased, and lhe piHce of b'ginning of the other befo e mentioned tract, thence reserving the last line thereof south 30 degrees eest 181 percher to 1h place of he,Inning, containing 63 3-1 acre* of tnfirsh, more or less, with tlie Improve menls tnereon. eo- s sting of a two and-a halfs'ory brick bo tse f sine burr, stnbllng granary, iwo small frame leuant houses and ■ ther out but'nlugR thereon Upon this farm>re 5'60 or 80'Jt) pea h trees In lull bearlnr. Helz:U and taken in execution as lhe Property of George II Foaid and Alice J. Foard Ills wde, and 1 .1 ,and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB,Fherlff. sherlfl's Office, New Castle, Nep'ejuber 5, 1898 ALWAYS SELECT TBE BEST ,' ■RgnmoiHdi — r 7" ——w m mm wmw every PH A OTTO AL PAINTER. COVERING) CAPACITY A DURABILITY EXCEED ANY KNOW? PAINTS!Build!^ Painted with our Prepared Paint., if not tatUfao Aory, will be Rspaintsd at our Expense. . D. H. KENT A 00., Agents, Wilmington, Del, ; SHERIFF SALES. jjsHERIFP'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Lsvari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to nubile at .the Lafayette Hotel, 841 Shipley -EXrSvrS&hy. Jc ? ln J-Dougherty, In the city W Wilmington, New Castle county pel * on 1 SATURDAY the 14th day of September 1878, at 2 o clock, p, m. The following described Real Estate viz All that certain lot,, piece or parcel of land with two frame dwelling houses thereon situated in the city of Wilmington' bounded and descr.btd as follows to wit-' Beginning at a Dolnton the westerly side of Olay moot street, at the distance or SO ft. northerly from the northerly aide of 16th' stree , now called 18th street, tnence west erly aud parallel wltn 1 ithstreet, now huh street, 7$ feel to a corner, thence southerly para le> with Olaymont street, 26fe. t to a corner, thence easterly parallel with 15th street, now 16ih street, 75 reet to the s id 1 westerly side of Claymont street, and tbei ce therely southerly i« feet to the place of beginning, be the contents there of what they may. Book I, Vol. 9. Pave 1 2 <7 Ac. ^ Seized and taken In execution as the property of John Davis and Eliza his wire and 1.1., and to be sold by ' ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff | Sheriff's Office, New Castle August 24th 1878. aug27-ts ©I gHERIFF'SSALE, By virtue of a writ of Levari Faelas to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale at 4he Lafayette Hotel, No. 841 Shipley street kept by Johu J. Dougherty, In the City of Wilmington, New Castle county, Dei on SATURDAY, the 14th day of September 1878, at 2 o'clock, p. m., The following described real estate viz: All that certain lot or piece of land with the buildings and impiovements thereon erected, situated In the city ot Wilmington bounded and described as follows, to wit. Beginning at the intersection of tbe sonth m-ly side ol seventh sir, et rt ,9 feet wide With tue westerly side of Madison street at 50 feet wide, thenre south.r y along said side of Madison street 16 1 feet nr re or less to the centre of Love Laue. thence atengthe middle of Love Lane westerly to a line of land belonging to hr.ends' Meeting, thence with ihat line northerly to the said side of Seventh street aforesaid, and thenca thereby easterly to th. place of beginning, be the contents llitr.oi more or less. Seized and taken in execution -s the property of Augustus Blcata aud Teresa, his wife, and 1. 1 .. and to he sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Btrrilt Sheriff's Office, New Castle, MHotW • r8 gHERIFF'S BALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed m , ubhc Bate atlhe Lafayette Hotel, No. 811 t-hip ley street, kept by John J. Doughery ; In, theclty of Wilmington,NewCastlecouniy. Dei..on SATURDAY, the 14th day of September 1878, at 2 o'clook, p, m. Tbe following described real estate viz: All that certain lot of laud and brick house thereon erected situated In the said city of Wilmington and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning on the west erly side of Jackson streeet, between Elm d Linden streets, at tne distance ot 32 leet from the southerly side of Elm street, thence westerly parallel with Elm street, 70 feet to a 4 feet wide alley, thence south erly along the side of said alley 16 feet, thence ea> te- ly parallel with the first men tioned line 70 feet to tbe said side of Jack sou street, and thence tuereby northerly. 16 feet to the place of beginning, be the same more or less. Book L, Vol. 8, Page, 93 At. Seized and taken In execution as tha property of Henry M. Armstrong anil Phebe Ann, bis wtle, andt. t's, and to be| sold by an ISAAC CRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff s Office,New Castle, Angust24, '.8, gHERlFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at lhe La r ayetto Hotel, 841 Hhlpley street, kept by John J. Dougherty, In the city of Wflndngtoo, New Castle county Del, on SATURDAY, the 14'h day of September, 1878 at 2 o'c'oek p. m., Tbe foil, * lug described t eal Estate viz. All that certain lot or | lece of 1 ind and tenement tlmreon erected, situate in tun city of Wllmlng o', bounuedsnUdescrlbulj as follows, to wit: Beginning at a slake on the southerly side of flanover sir e , at *9 f»et broad b,1w. eo Tatnall and Orange slreeisand at the dLtonce of 80 leet from Tatnall, old ooroer, on the su'd street at the width afo.esat i, thence south 32 df drees west 100 fe .t to a stak e, tnence north 58 degrees west 4* fe«.t io another stake thence north 32 degrees east, ,00 leet to a stake In Hanover si reet, at the wid'ha ore said thence down lhe side of the said south 54 degrees east 40 feet to tbe place of beginning, contsinlug 400 * square super ficial leet of land, tie the same more or less. Kook N, Vol. 6 Page 272, Ac., with a two story framed welling house tln-reon erected Seized and takeu In »xecullon as the S roperty of Ann Jane Johnsou and James [cCullough, 1.1., and to he sold by 1HAAC GRUBB, t-herlff. Sheriff's Office, New Castle. August 24, 1878. RECEIYEP FROM THE MANU factuker. 300 SFICUL LADIES 300 I !» Will be30llatunns'ii LOW PRICES SUITS SKIT As Low as fil.85. PureLinenUlsterSi Aa Low ae fiii.oo. Other styles propor tionately low. M. L. LICHTENSTEIN, MS MARKET STREET.