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• I
A MYSTERIOUS MURDER.
THE BODY OF A YOUNG WOMAN FOUND IN
STATEN ISLAND BURIED IN A BARREL
IT BE?— NO CLEW TO HER
—WHO CAN— _
IDEI^ITY ^TtH^T OF KHE MUBDEE
NfikX |r 1 V L .1 v
whiHte
through
and
who
[N. Y. Herald of yesterday.
murder most brutal and
discovered
Evidences ol a
shocking in its execution were
on Staten Island yesterday afternoon near
Silver Lake. AH the indications pou t
strongly to the conclusion that the hand
who was the victim,
some young woman
bad come to hec_.untimely -nd through
the methods by which poor Alice ltowhby
done to death by the butcher Eozens
weig, and an inspection of her much de
satisfaction that,
rob
halt
ed
was
c^mposad rsmains are
like the former victim, she was high born
and well bred. Nor does the similarity
end here; for the body of this unkno wn
rel and put, as it was hoped, out of slight
forever. But murder will out, and yester
day the idle footsteps of cow boy came up
the resting place of the unfoitunate
young woman, and brought to light one of
the most revolting, sickening sights con
ceivable.
robbers,
mail
"
ad
aw
uf»b
on
THE HORRIBLE DI8C0VERY.
JShn Collagban, the cfyk boy in yues
Umi. io company with Robert Regan and
Cornelras Daly, were minding their herds
near Silver Lqke afterapon, when a coy
JbeioDging to Collagban i.wandered out of
-timit», and the boy started to Chase it back
jAin "W ablnir to make a short cut be ran
acrcas wbtmiulature valley near the little
serpentine road east of Silver Lake, and
' wheh ht the bottom, which forms >a chan
; nei for the watershed of the. adjoining L
bills.- his hurrying fot»t trod on something
yielding, and, boy-like, he gave up ™ L 9Iooa
chase anU stopped to investigate.
found two great stones, weighing pmbablvl
sixty or seventy pounds each, immediately!
alongside the indentation his foot. haBIeflitobireis
made. lie called Regan and Dal/, i'aCreSVSdi
ait three began to dig. i *
- After bayihg removed thestooes,
was not accomplished without great efiqrt,'j>
oo« of the parly thrust a suck aown^^
was astouislied to find thst it 'peoetrateuAVAWj^
ehglty for ,a short disable and then en *f
countered a soft, yie.ding substance. Spur-I
rtdon bv curiosity the young ones contiq-1
hid tp'dlg And 'fihajiy'came Qpon a damp, I
oiammy diaphragm of Brussels carpet [
stretched like a drum head Over- if barrel I The
the upper' chttnes of whichhsd bben cut
away. Thinking, as one of them said,
that they had ft und some hidden treasure, I
the bit 6f carpet was soon torn from it* | d8|lth
iMtenings atone side when a ghasty
sight was revealed to the astonished gaze 1
ol the boys. . t rr.i.ai: ] was
a

from
polis
was
I
bel
the
afakep-i emale form.
Crqucbiug in an unuatural petition, the!
head thrust down between the doubled up I ftD(
knees, the anus crushed into the stdes,
was the body cl a woman, her sex betray-1 £ on
ed by a glory cl light chestnut hair, done I tbe
up in a simple coil and drawn straight up | y
from a neck o Daultless symmetry. The | f
round plfunpi boulders and the wealth of
ssaM.ir&t.'teU.
the bfauty of the contorted farm was not
lo..M od .» Che obild... .hoioM*»»
the place to inform Constable •''beenan at a
^eW Brighton that they had found I
of a beautiful ls*dj" up in the ra-1
'Tne news spread like wildfire through
the village, a rush was made for the place I
indicated. Men in their shirt sleeves, wd- I
men without hats or cloaks, carrying I
b/*bes iu their arms; village loiterers , and | can
gaily dressed Sunday school children josel him
" - - the I
|
I his
ed each other in their eagerness to see
corpseexhumed
XiIOGINO UP THE cor.r.E.
It was now near one o'clock and the crowd |
was further argumented oy large delega I on
lions of churchgoet B who, on leaving their I
Meanwhile the constables were at work
dlgg lD K a P barrel in which the body |
was packed. After much (rouble, sutb-1
cieut earth was removed to allow an at-1 8
tempt to bit the receptable, which quickly
fell apart. As best they could they hauled
the b dy out, but left remaining id the I
hole the half barrel and two white bdn-1
1 ; I
|
|
For a motrent it was hoped that these 1
would give some clue to the identification!
of the murdered woman, but the hopes |
NO CLUE TO IDENTITY.
were net fulfilled.
A GHASTLY SPECTACLE.
Notwithstanding that decomposition I
had done much te obliterate the farm and |
features of the woman, the graceful outlines |
were quiie plain. Her dainty foot, little]
ears, and well-formed hands at once be
ho nn mmmnn nersnn Not!
spoke her to be no common person. Not
a single lineament of the face had b«<;«l
spared; the nose, forehead, lips and c c in I
had disappeared,leaving in horrible prom-1
inence two rows of pearly white teeth. 1
He'WesfiaA collapsed 16 .'their sockets,
aftlirthe jaWftones, bare offlekb,l«ilt 6 die-.
treSsiDg expression to the head. From
the slight examination he was unable to |
make, for the presence of |,he crowd pre- 1
bL a thorough one T)r 1
▼ented his ^ a IUwrough one, Hr.
Waleer discovered thflt the fiku 11 J a8 in '
tact and that the body gave no indication
of vurience haviog been used. From the
appe£JVance of the abdotneti, he concluded
that the woman had been a ' mother and
that heraccouchment bad been recent;
WHO is SHE? '
The woman is not known, but the Cor
' thinks she belongs to Staten Island,
l Dr. Walser is equally s'r mg in be
hat she wss murde.ed in New York
in the night and
.a -
V /.
« •
wooer
e
Jim
.
re she wag found.
7 ' "ft tf 1 .-r -
-Nutt* wy t hh -copy aaythlngiffi the shape
P fa F'«; KWH-'* 1 :
bitri
o
says
eldest
were
party.
1
ilred,
he
outside
Ths
seized
which
tracted
to see
bodies
bodies
Inquest
hatchet
named,
culty.
HatCei;*Sv*I8#W' <
bound coach waa stapped about 11 o clock
Friday night by Bix wmed men. Two
pMsengerejt^a^, one a 1 * d J«' rh ®
was unmolested, Goldsworthy,
, bu
m
awssMBssn
whiHte robbere were engaged m going
through the pockets of thgjfwfi .passengers
and the mail sackB, the two messengers,
who were riding tivo hundred yarde m the
crent utKwithin fifr*# ,?«*<*<> lh «
t
t(
llte
logs.
Jones
shsit
CO
rob
t The fire wss return
Miners dead. .Tin
halt and fired up
ed and one', of tue i
rue<
tudytfir* ob AJM xitwenge:
Th
Patfd^fte
robbers, the messengers mbantefl itrev
mail sacks on the road near the Wyo
~ e tjtt!»e*«ertwv6bn
" ' v/lW^jW?
ad
w
aw
.Islnatn no
uf»b bsainam bug.afin'tia
njBALf /Jt» IfiMX&EMb r bt*UUj91 »l'l DJiO
rq 9d w « r > Hit v d bsaied
- Galli
of
L
L 9Iooa aj iw zuu ntowaCne^Ao^afww
He|oUoifiBr*MAILiAAID iTBLSSBABlL-.1
'
haBIeflitobireis VUrpeAkt Iknxklrk.JJaiy .h*e >
i'aCreSVSdi ^ j ^ j.
i * JlWHImIJ»ev» fBrm»er resldtog us»r *»Jt
'*
" Abe>«xptMttm Of Ahe koH4r
rtetUTtfifteher, other 'persCM
'peoetrateuAVAWj^ lD j U rie8 wt>t'ch will probably result
*f fatally.
_
At the review of the French troops
I 8unday fifty thousand men were In liue,ana
[ president McMahon wss loudly cheered,
I The review shewed a reasonoble improvf
cut mentinthe French army. One hundred
thousand persons witnessed it.
I Charles Baptiste, colored, was stabbed to
it* | d8|lth ^ % qu4rre i by Vulcan St. Martin, an
8her| ^ 8t . Ch , rleB Court
1 ^ on s &tU rday night. St. Martin
] was lodged In jail whence he was taken by
a colored mob the same fright and shotdead.
from Jtfi&faWTr, .
polis sinew*FfW*)»t*dSM4ou<k;nns*n,.vrni.
iracrwrd L VlB g w* l kw . AU xltsinp t
was made to ldSfi'Wmd^of the steame)
I PorteFs-barges at Bladensburg, ten miles
8 Q]l
Sol
Price
sale
bel
WS!
the
who tired several shots, at; him,
iei
of
the
12
the
are
*1914 J 1 Lull
fill
A
the! Qn Saturday night as a young Frenchman
up I ftD( j were, returning home from aclrcus
Lewiston, Me., they were seized by six
£ on _ hg two of whom held the man, while
I tbe ol) J er f our »bamefully asssulted the
up | y 0tmg } a dy. Two men have been arrested
The | f 0rC ompll«ity in the crime,
of F#mu i U newspaper of Rome makes
— »—»• a-, «•
not bases of a new
g%t *tS SSSs
at a | dg France consents to the treaty and
I tstke a part in the management of the
ra-1 finance8 .
Col. Mann, by a vote of ten to two, wss
place I re-elected by the judges of the Common
wd- I pieai of Philadelphia to the oflice of Pre
I thonot&ry for three years. Eight Republl
and | can and two Democratic judges voted for
josel him The two voting akafoetblmweralte
the I publicans. This Is a rare compliment to
| Mr. Mann, and in so 1st as the business ol
I his oflice Is concerned, a merited one.
William Snyder, of Tremont, Ps., left his
crowd | home Sunday morning In search of berries
I on the mountains In that vicinity, and, not
their I returning at night, his family became
work fln(ilng &ny trace of hlm It ,* feared that
body | hg j jaB f a g en j nt0 one 0 f t jj e old air-holes of
sutb-1 cc ; a ] m |j, e 0 f which there a number of eon
at-1 8 iderable depth In that neighborhood,
quickly
hauled . .
the I Washington, on the 20th InBt., Is expected
bdn-1 with much Interest. It Is said that In adai
I tion to the modification of the Burlingame
| treaty, the subject of the treatment of
| Chinese emigrants en the Pacific coast will
these 1 receive attention. It Is claimed that under
the provisions of the above treaty Chinese
hopes | should be as effectually protected in our
Pacific States as Americans are In China.
The arrival of the Chinese embassy In
A dancing party given at the bouse of
I John Orr, Roxham, Quebec,was interrupted
and | shout 8 o'clock on Friday morning by sev
outlines | era] uninvited guests. One of the latter
little] named Conley, at onoe got up a quarrel,
be- wtdeh led to blows, until he was put out.
Not! He then threw stones through the windows,
Not ^ 0rr W£Dt t0 qn|et hlm threw
b«<;«l 6lones at lhe lKter . At last Orr flung s
c c in I hesvey piece of wood at Conley, which
prom-1 e truck him In the temple,Inflicting a wound
teeth. 1 0 f which he died several hours after.
sockets,
6 die-. , ™ j r.
From Gipsey Qneen, in Woodland Cemetery
to | Dayton,c -Ohio, took place yesterday. Sin
pre- 1 died in Tlcksburg last winter, and her body
T)r 1 was embaliBed for the flnsl Interment. Her
Hr. I fnfleral y e at«rday attracted 25,000 people,
a8 in ' representative Gipsies from all
indication I partg of the p- D)te( i states and Canada, suit
the I the f unera ] procession was a mile in length.
concluded I ^ minister of the Church of the United
and | Brethren conducted the services. At th>
I close the Queeo'a children threw themselves
' Ion the grave and "filled the sir with theli
Cor- '»>n««*4tloo«." King, her husband
Island, on * lar * e tract of land
in be- which he ow "'
York
and 1
The interment of Matilda Stanley, the
at
ear thought add vigorous action depend
that perfect condition of qystem re
•uiwug from pure blood. When systeme
Tmpn of aulloM. ,nd JL
e sent themielves, then use at once Dr. Bull's
shape
Blood Mixture.
CiwoumiMt, Sep»,tB .—A special dispatch
says the eight children of George Lynch,the
eldest 17 yesrs, living et Hockley, Terse,
were murderfiFrlAaJililfcit by »n unknown
party. Lynch, the father, was awakened
1 minting a pistol at him. Another shot was
ilred, and Lynch fell unconscious. When
he recovered he found himself In the lane
outside of his premises.
Ths assassin, thinking Lynch was dead,
seized a hatchet and proceeded to put the
witnesses of bis crime out of the way, after
which he set Are to the house. The dis
tracted father regained consciousness only
to see his house burn and fall In on the
bodies of his murdered children. The
bodies were 1 afterwards exhumed, and an
Inquest held ; several of the skulls showed
hatchet marks. Lynch, It Is thought, will
recover. Suspicion rests upon a young mae
named, with whom Lynch had had a dlflir
culty.
By
directed,
the Hotel
1 hrlstlana:
Delaware
he
or near
of Peter
thence
north 83
south 4
1'
A l
that
situate,
Christiana,
lows, to
north 83
south 4
ihencft-flputb
nerehesto
_
tlneuee
• [ perches,
I half
curtaining
laeed.be
Call aud see Suiterlv's life-size Orayonf, I Also,
W* * uu ° 3 _ . , , „f lank
te$d cold baths at Valentines oppo-1 tract
__uhe Hose House. lows,
l^.g^d.hsve goto Valentine's oppo
llte Faitoftfose House. l oam's
logs. 30- Market street. j
The U. 8. steam tender Rose Is at Pusey,| b-U)
Jones & Co., for repairs. She broke t erj stone,
shsit on Thursday list opposite Nef 1 S^ehat
Castle. 1 lotment,
No opium ' No morphia or other danger, degrees
Ison'
ItOCAL NOTE*.
Sutterly bas s big run on Crayons. *
Satterly's Crayons will never fade.
satJ
'
>
'*
to
by
t
Syrup, for the relief of col c, teething. AC.1 «««.
1 4-coMiiBr
J. T. Gardner has just opened the oyster J ^tW|
isiaesfl for the seasou at his confecUeoery j ^ neH '
Price 25 cents.
business for the season at his confect teoery
saloon, 8. W- corner of Seventh and Shipley. per
streets. Oysters in every style and whols- j runAorth
sale or retail. Salo on up-stalrs for ladies. ft g
BETWEEN THE BAY?.
Samuel Warren Half of Frederica, 9( f
of the cotriftf^ijoV M®''# Delaw , are ; | B
the heavWtif WiWef W-tOhiatoes and frutt 47
"'tStTfesgiS?
,AK/.181'JO. 1° Be/zed
of I Prbjerty
John A.I NeoThtatad residing with hi»| • Rher
parents in tne lower part of Broad Creekl 1878,
Neck, cut four terrible gashes in his throatl
with a table knife last Sunday night, after!
12 o'clock. Oneof the cuts nearly served I rgy
the windpipe. Nohopes ofhie recovery j air beted.
, . • 1 ,1 ilb
are entertained^_. I
i
kite
.
fill eight hundre
pounds each.
Harr/-«.'-N*«4ifiPa(feW81, son
I
— I ■
I The
I All
_ — J known
W ANTED— V good tall ores j to work I Q e 0
on custom coats; alio one on pants, state
A only at No. 2 E. 5th street' I to wit:
APP y A.* CARLSON. | idrmerly
—— - | iV nd
-~-^ un-mriM I extends
NOTTCE 8 . .__ I nlDii
— -" 7 —:-- i to a
IVORCEs, in any state, without P Q fe «t t ne
llclty, send st-mp for the law, I a nd
, Chicago. 01l g
-----—— divides
OT 1 CE—TbeCItlz ms' Loan Association
New stock lor sale, 110 back payments 1
Apply to GEG. C. MAttia.Sec'y., 601 .Ship-1 tt, er6O
ley street. sep 11 -lm I on the
south
A N ORDINANCE TO CHANGE AND| oftt T
RE-Et-TAIt-i.-ill THE GRADES OF 1 thence
DARTS OF C *■ R" 'IN STREETS IN THE I cerner
CITY OF WILMINGCOtt. I aide
Beit, ordaiuc.. ey the City Council of I in the
Wilmington. I marsh
Sec 1, 1 hat Adams street shall be a lead- I 40
ing street from the curb lines on the south I degrees
west side of Delaware Avenue to the curb I
line on the north east side of Tenth street I
and from llie curb lineou the north-east I
side of Delaware Avenue to the Brandy- J tt 7ia
wine creek. ,, I south
«8ec.2. That VanBuren street shall beta I 54
leading street from 'he curb line ou the I degrees
north-east Bide ol Delaware Avenue to the I degrees
Brandywine creek. | degrees
Sec. 8 , That Madison street shall he a I gy
leading street from the curb lu e ou the I creek
south-west side of De aware Avenue to the I north
curb ltee ou the north-east s de of Tenth I cortl
street. . . westtt)
Sec. 4. Th't all ordinances and parts of I thence
ordinances iuconslstant herewith be and Igrees
are herebv repealed. I corner
Passed at the City Hall, September 12th, I within
A D. 1878. |and
M. L. T IdHrEYsrHirV, I or
President ot Uly Council, I Also,
EDMUND B. FRAZER, Clerk ol tue City I ginning
Council, i irniufc
said
WANTS.
TXT ANTED—A tin roofer at A. Hentz
TV No, 123 W. Second street.
and
the
D
sms
wss
Pre
for
to
ol
his
not
that
of
eon
. .
adai
of
will
under
our
the
SHERIFF'S SALES
— I perches,
Q UEttlFF '8 SALE. I tliencc
O , _ , . | ier
By virtue of a wilt of Levari Fm las to I a p
me directed, will be exposed to Public l ,, F B
Sale, at the Gilpin House, kept by George I 0
Whitfield, in the City, Hundred hU ' I tract
County of New Castle. Del., on | aouth
THURSDAY, the 28t.b day of September I
1873, at 2 ••clock p.m. | uf
The following described reu estate, viz. i ment8
All that certain plantation or tract of laud 1 half
situate 00 t e northerly side ot the New 1 „
Castle and Frenclitown Railroad, In the I " ud
hundred and ccunly ol New Castle, afore- I ttllg
said, bounded and described as follows, I bearin'^
(acco 1 ding 1,0 a survey made by A. F. Pen-1
nington, March 1803) to wit: Beginning at I D
astouein alineol laud of William Moth- ! j, oar
erall and corner of land of George McCroue I
and George Bartholomew, and running I
thence with land of the said George
McCrone north 49 1-2 degrees east 25 pe, ches I
and 41 chains, south 31 degrees, east 8 I —
perches and 69 chains to the New Casjiel
and Frenclitown turnpike road, thence I——
therewith north 48 degrees east 40 chains I ..
thence with iand of A, V. Lesly south 391-21 l-ft
d' grees east 13 perches and 41 chalnB. south • aw
37 degrees east 2 perches and 35 chains., .
south 411.4 degrees west 5 perches nd 811 }
chains, south 261-4 degrees east 68 chains I .1
south 72 degrees west 36 perches and 901 *
chains with the Delaware Railroad to thel .»
-aid turnpike road, thence therewith north |.L
H 1-2 degrees east 17 perches and 79 chains ™
thence with lands of Simon Rodman north I
fouth^fil^degrees^west*^*perched < ar?d* ) 79 ■ ***•
cl ', j U i, H . to a J t 0 .w 6 ' ,'1— I
aid Wm Motherall north 25 1-2 de. tea I ^jej.
west 7 perchrs and 56 c alns to the piact I
.f beginning, containing 00 acres and I .
-quare perches of land, be the same more*
^Seized and taken 1 1 execution as the
property ot John Bartholomew, survlng
mort agor of John and Ell«n R. Barmolo
new his,wile, and t t., a id to be sold by
ISAAC GfoUBB, Sherltf.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle, September 3 |
1878.
In
of
sev
latter
out.
threw
s
which
wound
Sin
body
Her
people,
all
suit
length.
United
th>
theli
husband
land
the
at
depend OTxcjrTtftaBiMM yon can engage m,
re- DfiO 1 *5 to * 20 per day made by *ny
systeme vorker of either sex, right it their ownio
Bull's mrtness,-•Address grutsoN A Co, Portland
SHERIFF'S SAXES
MHERIFF'SttiXE. T
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias tome
directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at
the Hotel or Jacob Hyatt, In Newport,
1 hrlstlana: Hundred, New Castle county
Delaware
the 27th day of September, 1878,
' at 2 o'clock, a. no „
he following aesorlbed real estate viz
plantation or traot of land,
__id being in the hundred of
bounded and described as fol -
wn; Beginning at a white oar at
or near Chestnut Bun, a corner of land late
of Peter Brynberg now of John W: latum
thence north 45 degrees west 58 perohes.
north 83 3-4 degrees west 52 perches, th«nce
south 4 perches, thence west38 7 -10 perches.
1'
A l
that certain
situate, lying an
Christiana,
lows, to wit
north 83 3-4^H
south 4 percheil
ihencft-flputb 5
nerehesto land
70 degrees
e same so
to
er
onto
206-10 p arena log
nib sHSIWee. ar 8io
it in the middle of Mloh
lenoe continuing the same
s to a stone, thence north
_ ... utf-tw ft-reek,
tlneuee north 8 1-2 degrees west 19 1-2
[ perches, thence north forty-nine and a
I half degrees east twenty pet cues to the
white oak tree and placeofbeelnning,
curtaining Within said bounds 72.8 4acresof
laeed.be the saihe wore or. less.
I Also, All that certain plantation or ..tract
„f lank adjoining the above described
tract aadbouaded and desorlbed as fol
lows, to wit: Beginning at a black oak
l oam's lanu these next three lines, viz:
WSgWSffiWSiWSl®®
j thence sonth 82 3-4 degrees west 41
b-U) perches along said hedge to a Corner
stone, and »?bta4tLa degrees-land
1 S^ehat was formerly Jcfhn Springer's al
1 lotment, thence by the same south 791-2
degrees we*t,4»r£l0.to a comm
or
so
Ison'
satJ
«««. Jr^iees wVt l8 1-2 Ms to a
4-coMiiBr stone and north 41 perches to a, cor
J ^tW| Q ln '^^^^SfexWbrel
j ^ neH ' v j z . j?orili 82 degrees' east 71'4-10
oa'afaRety a run,Thence bp'said
i 55 degrees west 4 6-10 perches to
' " ees east 15
_ _ h 44 «Lt*rees
eS to an old marked cornel
thb.lde of the
per _
j runAorth 55degrees west 4 6-10
ft g «^.the P.ce n orth^l-a^degr
' ^
by-ttih.Ide Of the aforesaid run
ynbuyg's laud, thence north 22
st'dham's^allptmeut?thmee'^hy a
B KtMSSftnto
47 LiecfCs and 10 perches of land be
"'tStTfesgiS?
1° Be/zed suSd* taken in -execution as the
I Prbjerty of Joseph*. Foreman, and to be
hi»| • Rher iff>, Office, N^w^tSitfoyse^itember 4,
1878, _ _
O 1 ~
LJHERMFS BALL.
I rgy virtue of ft writ of Levart Faotas to me
j air beted. will be exposed to Public Hale, at
,1 ilb Hotel of Alex. Maxwell in at George s
I Hundred.iuNew.CaatleCounty, Delaware,
kite oal
I Saturday, the 28th day of September,
I ■ 1878 atl o'olook p.m.,
I The following described real estate, viz:
I All that oertaln tract of upland and marsh
J known as High Hoos, situated In St.
I Q e 0 rge's Hundred, New Castle County, and
state o' Delaware, and bounded as follows,
I to wit: Beginning where an old white oak
| idrmerly stood by the side of the marsh,
- | iV nd on the west side o' a branch which
I extends up at Drawyer's Creek, and rUn
I nlDii thence north 40 degrees east 40perches
i to a corner white oak, thauce with the line
fe «t t ne tend of the late Z. B. Glazier north
I a nd by ea5t 194 perches to a corner white
01l g standing by the side of a branch which
divides this from the lands of George W.
['^a^nerLhlttee down'Raid branch on the
1 a t(ie and by the Several /courses
tt, er6O fl50 perches to a Comer white oak
I on the south side of said brancn. tb
south 20 degrees west 88 perchesdo the head
oftt T aiiey, thence southwest 48 perches,
OF 1 thence south and by west 76 perches to a
I cerner on the east side of a branch by the
I aide of a marsh, tneace along a small run
of I in the marsh which divides this fromthe
I marsh of the late Samuel Townsend south
I 40 degrees east 74 perches, thence south 2o
I degrees east 10 perche-, south 50 degrees
I lg perches, north 7t degre.es east tio
I perches,.South 81 degrees east 12 perchps v
I Appoqolttimlnk Creek, atid running to
J tt 7ia creek by the several courses thereof
I south 80deg. West 26 perches, thence soulh
I 54 degrees west29perches,thence south 20
the I degrees west 40 perches, thenoe south lo
the I degrees east 40 perches, thence south 6)
| degrees west 40 perches to a corner stake
a I gy the creek side, thence leaving the
the I creek and running through the marsh
the I north lo degrees west 40 perenes to another
I cortl er stake, thence south 65 degrees
. westtt) a stake standing near the creek,
of I thence through; the marsh north 30 ce
and Igrees west 200 percbes to first mentioned
I corner and place of beginning, containing
12th, I within these bounds 232 acres of upland,
|and 112 ,'acresand 138perchesoflaml, more
I or less. „ w
I Also, the adjoining parcel of marsh, be
City I ginning at a post at the side of Appoqain
i irniufc meek aforesaid, being a comer 01
before described marsh and running up
said creek the several courses thereol 158
Drawyer's Creek by its
eiclies to a post.
ence
up
the
— I perches, thence up 1
I tliencc by the marsh oh the late Z. B. Glaz
. | ier and north 25 degrees east 24 perches to
to I a p 0st , being a corner of the land of said
l ,, F B (ji 8 z j e 5 deceased, and the place of
I 0 ,'einnlne of the other before mentioned
hU ' I tract thence reserving the last line thereof
| aouth 30 degrees east 181 perches to the
I of beginning, containlug 63 3-4 acres
| uf marsh, more or less, with tue lmprove
i ment8 thereon, cons sting of a two-aud-a
laud 1 half story brick house, tame barn, stabling
New 1 „ ranarv lwo Bma il frame tennnt bouses,
the I " ud ot £ er out buildings thereon. Upon
afore- I ttllg farnvare 6069- or etSXi pea^ h trees lntull
I bearin'^
Pen-1 8flze ,{ an d taken In execution as the
at I D erl D f George H Foard and Alice J.
Moth- ! j, oar j his wile, and t.t.and to be sold by
I ISAAC GRUBB, Sherlfi.
I pherifl's Office, New Castle, September 6 ,
ches I
8 I —
Casjiel
thence I——
I ..
391-21 l-ft
south • aw
chains., . Pr i. a of
811 } ' p | " ,
I .1
901 *
thel .» 0 ( Si iJk) each
north |.L ' . • e ach
chains ™ Pr zes 0 , eacn
north I l82_Urlze8 of faweacn
) 79 ■ ***• Prizes, amounting lo (Spanish) 6750,000
,'1— I Information furnished free. Orders
tea I ^jej. prizes cashed. Spanieli Bank bills
piact I ^ Govennnems purchased.
and I . TAYLOR * CO., Bankers
more*
the
survlng
by
3 |
LOTTERIES.
GYAL HAVANA LOTTERY,
*810,000 drawn every 17 davs.
*466,000
50,600
25.000
20.000
50.000
121,0(8'
811.000
11 Wall Ht. New York.
Enterprise and Wiliam
Penn Coal
DELITBUMD IS TOUM CELLAR.
WOOD BY THE CORD OR CARGO.
POKDGR ftloWMESD,
FOOT OF FOURTH STREET,
A 9 *Up town office. No, 3 Allmond'g
Building. maylO-W
m,
*ny
ownio
Portland
I
if - -
For NINETY DAYS FROM DATE
Elegant Table Silverware
plluuue with tlie following conflUlont: The lf&tl6&al Silver
ufacturer* of Pure Colo
who receive* this notice, a But of
desired
eeud it to
Can N: necuted bj a!
Pitting Coiai any. 7"i
Standuri F'rvrr
KxtiH-PU
, Philadelphia,
W any one
Over Spoon*, and engrave on eaoh spoon any
; reqnued to out out the lowing Silverware Coupon and
t i your iinnii and txirtrens, and also lo enclose with it 76 oeote
4 in ling ooht of eugraving initials, packing, boxing, and expre'n
o express office),
guaranteed to be
a* the following
■111
WttlY, will *end
D
initial. Vou an
the above Coiupn
to pay all oli argon
arges. The Sr'
and delivered In y
of the brst material, and hju
letter from the Company will
Nath.
The Sr'wna mill bo went by express (or mail, if you have u<
hHud* w« bout further coat. Thew Hpoong are
the beat Sliver-Plated Ware made,
ifv :
Hh.vkb Tlating Co., 704 Cheatnatflt., Philadelphia. Ps.
out under this arrangement
nickel (the hardest
Office
To whom it may Concern.—Thu Spoou*
we guarantee nre of beat quitiiiy, IIr*i heavily plated with pare nickel (the hnrd
white metal known), aud a double-extra plate of pure Colu-Standard Silver added on
topof the nickel, thus rendering them the very best 8ilver*Piated Ware aianufno
tured. We will bouor no order which (toes uut contain the Silverware Coupon, aud.we
will not honor tue Coui.ou after oinerv day* fronj the dnte of fMh J>ap*J*
[Signed] NATIONAL 8ILVEE PLACING
704 Chestnut 8t., Philadclp
CO
V
SILVERWARE COUPON.
On receipt of this Coupon, together with 76 cent*
t or r.iniiing. eugraving and boxing, we hereby agree to send
of our pure Coin-Standard double-extra plated
SILVER SPOONS,
each Spoon engrnv** anv deaired initial. All charge* are to be prepaid by
cents sent us, aud the Spoons will bo delivered at destination free of any
ninety davs from date of till* paper, after which this Coupon
isiguedj National silver plating co., .
04 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. I
■ k I 11 — . . ■ ■ ■■ ■■■■■ . . I
Should it beAesired# inf one of the following artlolea will be *ent In
lieu of the Spooni on payment of the following ohni'gea: Six solid steel
knives, bl tde and handle one solid pleoe, beat steel.double nickel and silver
plated. 62; six forkn, double uickel and silver plated, Ho eta. If all these /
goods are desired, enclose the total charges, which will be 75 cts. for spoon*. Ik
#2 for kuives. au.l »5 cts. for fork*—total, 63.70—tbuc secnHug*for fil.70 m
in anv other way. Rfmember that M
will be engraved with any initial /■
eover nil charge*, tnclud
J
Ing expre
dress a se
\
H
and
the 76
othei charge.
Good for
•ud void.
i* null
t
. _ what would coat
»!| each article,
i deaired without catra cojt.
v'f
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
This liberal offer hold* good for only ninety days from date, therefore
. to tin* interest of all who can secure ft* benefit* to see to it that they
• not debarred by reason of the expiration of the time specified. All let*
a urderiug Silverware should be addressed direct to the
NATIONAL SILVER PLATING CO.,
No. 704 ChPitnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Li;
in.
[j
let
'""HHlito. A—*' ..
rpHE GREAT AND UAUOH1ROL
1 ABLE
CHEAP JOHN,
's driving everything
position to the D-s.
in the shat e 01 op
For goods at the
RIGHT PRICES!
Don't fall to call on
JOHN,
No. 6 East Fourth street,
Wilmington, Del.
AUCT ION SALES called throughout the
m24-8m
country at. lowest rates.
Oysters,
Oysters.
The best In the mark 6 t to be said at the
lowest profit for cash.
OYSTERS by the
OYSTERS " "
OYSTERS " "
OYSTERS "
OYSTERS "
OYSTERS "
Wholesale and retail. You can order am
amount from one oyster to the above
numbers at No. 4 West 4th street,
JAMES McLANNAN,
Proprietor.
QUART,
GALLON.
HUNDRED,
THOUSAND,
BUSHEL,
BARBEL,
S. H. STAATS,
NO. 405 MAKKET STREET,
HAS
Just Received an Elegant Stock
OF
Fancy Hosiery
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES
Also, Opening a Large and
Well Selected Stock
,
OF
LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S AND
CHILDBEN'S.
Merino Underwear.
AT THU VERY LOWEST MARKET
RATES.
I,
Persons would do well to call and
make a selection while the as
sortment is complete.
Quality of MEDICINES
AT WILLIAMS'
Proprietary
The Best
The Most Reliable
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES .,&c
AT WILLIAMS'
A fine assortment of HAIR, TOOTH and
NAIL BRUSHES,
At Ninth and Market..
A choice Imported Key west Pride of Key
West or Greuley Cigar,
at williams'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong,
and Pure,
at Ninth and Market.
AT WILLIAMS.
Fine American and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
"Get the Best" WILLIAMS' SAPOANA
CEOUS DENTRIFICE,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goods, Accuracy In dispensing, and
Reasonable Prices.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
may3 tf
^
I
Comer Ninth and Jftarket,
reoeit:
FROM THE M
FACTUREH.
mu. 300
LADI«°
Sui ,B<
300
7
LADIES
Will be sold at ui
LOW PRU
SUIT
As Low as *1
1
i
As Low as SI
I Other styles I
I tlonately low. ]
M. l.LICHTENSTBL
226 MAE HEX STREET.
-"Ill
N RECEIPT' OF
o
Four JDollf
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLAT)
SEVEN SHOT REVO!
and a box of CA bidgJ
JAMES A B8
204 Market St.. Wilmington, j
*
t
——
ALWAYS SELECT THB
BIMBHUBMIWHSie
»
ft
XUQADY FOR
OAt?
Is
ft
A
a
T.
EXCEED ANY t
Punted with our P
*ory, will be Heps
N
if no
1 ftl
OO., A
ngto

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