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TELEGRAMS.
LOUISIANA.
DEFEATED CANDIDATES PROPOSING TO
CONTEST.
A special fiom New Orleans dated Nov.
fitb, says: The d3feated candidates here
not satisfied with the manner in whicn
Ihey were beaten, and early this morning
there was some talk of contesting the elec
tion. On inquiry, however, at the head
quarters of the defeated parlies I under
stand no such idea is entertained by the
chief men. Some few candidates may at
tempt it, but no general move in this di
rection will be ventured upon. One, a chief
actor in the struggle and very high in au
thority among the defeated, to-day re
marked to your correspondent that nothing
could possibly be gained by a contest.
A PLAGUE TO THE INYENTOBP.
Ti.e party in authority, he declared, held
a returning board in their hands, aud it
■wou d be useless to fight against that.
Others, however, 1 *s interested appeared
to think that the whole matter is simply a
struggle for power, and that nothing more
would be effected than simply a change oi
rulers in nowise less disinterested or more
self-sacrificing than those who now are in
place. The record of some of those who
have been elected has certainly stood the
aeve.est test when the State was in the
darkest hours of her trials, and it may be
reas .nably questioned whether better mei.
would have been secured if these had been
thrown aside.
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FIGHTING IN VIRGINIA.
HOW NEGROES ARE ALLBGBE TO HAVE
ATTACKED THE WHITE*—NO CAUSE
GIVEN—A REGULAR CHARGE—FIVE
NEGROES AND ONE WHIRE MAN WOUND
ED.
A despatch from Norfolk, Va., Novem
ber lith, is as follows : Farther intelligence
from the election riot in Princes-e Anne
county last night shows that the negroes,
who are largely in the msjpiitv near
Kern, sville, assembled in a large body in
the village during thedav and were vio
lently hairangued by two notorious incen
dia'y soeakers—Willis Hodges and Noah
Lamb—and all then- bitter feelings were
stirred up against the whites. Soun after
the meeting the negroes began to arm
themselves with pistols and shotguns, and
after the close of the polls a difficulty oc
curri d in front ol the old hotel helwsen a
gentleman and a negro, in which eacn
were joined by their friends, the blacks
outnumbering the white- by at least live lo
one, the whiles being entirely unaimed and
un- topnred for any difficul y.
THE FIRST VICTIM.
The negroes commenced firing, and Coi. |
W- Trigge, o! Buyable, was shot through 1
the thigh. The whites 1 resent were quiclv
reinforced, aud fhlfiiiegroes retired, but in
a few minutes returned to the contest,
charged iu a body witu a regular war yell.
The charge was met by the whites with a
brisk fusilkde of pistol shots. Sheriff
Whitehurst arrivsd aud appealed to the
negroes to retire, and in response ano her
grand charge was made, the negroes yel'ing
and firing their pistols as they advanced.
The whites stood their grottud and return
ed trie fire with effect. Thu negroes stood
one volley and then broke like sheep.
NEGROES SHOT.
One negro hy the name of Thomas Elli
ott, living two miles from Kempiviile,and
who had on a preuious occasion been con
spicuous in a diffic :lty wiih the whites.was
mortally wounded. Four other negroes
were badly wounded, whoso names are
Abram Elliott, Irving Griffin, Elisha
White and Willis fctevens.
Everything was quiet this morning, but
the negroes who possesses arms are in a
very bad state of mind, and a slight dif
ficnlty may produce another outbreak.
No arrests had been made up to the latest
accounts.
-tdgeDY SNATCHERS.
RIBAin* OT a. T. STEWART STOLEN FROM
THE FAMILT VAULT.
New Yobk, Nov.7.—Judge Hilton ruahed
into the police headquarters this morning,
greatly excited, and held a consultation
With Inspector Dilks. He stated that tbe
body of A. T. Stewart was missing from Its
resting place tn the family vault at St.
Mark's Church, at Stuyvesant Flact and
lac >ttd Avenue. The vault, he said, had
been broken open, tbe casket was found in
the vault, but the body was misslug. In
■pector Dilks at once sent out tbe following
general order:
TO ALL FRBUINCTS.
The remains of A. T. Stewart were last
Ni.ht stolen from tbe family vault In St.
Mark's churchyard. The casket was found
broken and the body removed. Decompo-
iPri ,n or tbe remains is so oflensivo that
they cannot be concealed. This D apparent
irom standing at the opening of the vault
this morning, consequently it cannot
taken across tbe ferries without discovery.
Cause diligent search to be made in your
precinct, as the remains were cvidenlty
stolen lu the hope of reward.
CONSPIRACY TO PALM A SPURIOUS
CHILD OFF.
London, Nov. 7.— At the Marlboropgh
reet Police Court on Wednesday a sum
uns was let down for a hearing against
' -iwy Annie Louisa Gooch ana anotjher
p rson, charglug them with conspiracy
ft lm off a spurious child on Sir FraDeiB
i Robert Sherlock Lambert Gooch as bis
in ir.
'- Lady Gooch's counsel presented a csrtil
citeof her physician that she was unable
to attend, bu th" magUtrstt d clartvl the
cc'tfflcaie unsati.'actory and udjourued the
, . io*e for a wefib ( the-prosecution consent
ing), declaring that if Lady Gooch were
no. present then he would issue a warrant
lor her Immediate apprehension.
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btmail and telegbaph.
A despatch ftom Mobile, Ala., announces
that Herndon, the Democratic bard-money
candidate, will have ft majority In that dis
trict of 1,000.
A despatch fromSt Joseph says Nicholas
Ford (Greenback Republican) Is elected to
Congress In the Ninth district of Missouri,
over David Kea (Democrat), the present
Incumbent, by about 200 majority.
The steamtr Western Texas, Capt. Hlnesi
arrived at Jacksonville, Fla , on Wednes
day evening front New Yoik. This is the
that ever went from
fl: et ocean steamer
New York to Jacksonville on a regular
voyage. The vessel was met off the bar
by members of the city government and
deputation of citizens, and her arrival at
the elty was received with a salute of one
hundred guns. The Inauguration of this
line ts the occasion of great rejoicing here.
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er,
Charles H. Moulton, formerly extensive
ly engaged as a real estate broker in Wash
lngton, was on Wednesday acquitted in the
Criminal Court of the charge of forgery,
the jury agreeing with the Judge that the
offense for which he should have been tried
was fraud. There ar- other b diet ment*
against him, including friee pretences and
. mbezzlement dom- months ago, after
the nature of his business transactions had
been discovered, he fl<'d to England, and
eubsequently returned to Washington to
meet the legal accusations against him.
The Manchester Guardian's London cor
respondent says :
tiaries left Berlin Lord Baaconsfield end
Couut Andrassy elgDed a treaty providing
that If Russia should endeavor to remain
Turkish territory after May, 1879, Eng
land and Austria will Insist on her complete
withdrawal If Russia should urge that
Turkey is unable to protect the Christians,
owing to the disturbed state of affairs in
Rountella, England and Austria will furnish
a garrison to relieve the Russians. The
purport of this treaty was communicated
to Russia.
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BURIED ALIVE.
a NEWARK LABORER BDFFOCATBD UNDER
CAVING EARTH.
Three laborers who were digging a cess
piol In the rear of No 79 Lafayette street,
Ntwark, on Tuesday afternoon, were warn
ed not to work at the excavation without
p-electing It with planking. Two of the
mm immediately went
p mks, while Louis Bechlet, of No 41
Johnson street, began to brick up the hole,
without waiting for the braces to be put
up; in a few minutes a mass of loose earth
tumbled In, burying him up to the should
He was not injured, aud his compan
ions on their return cautiously began trying
to extricate him. Tneir efforts made mote
,-ttrth fall upon Bechlet, who was soon
btried up to his chin. He made pltetAis
ppeals lor help, auo his lellsw-workmen
respond d bravely. They had drawn him
pirtlally out, and, as they were trying to
lift him, the sides ot the excavation sudden
ly fell, and buried the uufortunaie man
completely.
Several laborers then leaped into the hole
and began digging for Bechlet, in the hope
of saving his life. Just as becblet's bead
Was reached, aDotlier mass oi earth fell ami
partially burled two of the laborers, who
were rescued wi h difficulty Bechlet was
again burled. They continued to dig for
film ail night, while an excit'd throng
watch'd the work.
Yesterday morning Bechlet s body was
recovered. He leaves a wile and live
children.
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THEFEM -tLE BIBLE ASSOCIATION
THB1R FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNIVER8AFY
LAST NIGHT IN ST. ANDREWS CHURCH
— THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The Wilmington Female Bible Associa
tion celebrated their fifty-seventh anniver
sary last night in 8t. Andrew's P. E
Church. Bishop Lee Pre-ided. Within
the railing sat Rev. i'r. Stevenson, of Grace
M. E. Church, and Rev. Frederick B. Du
Val, of the First Presbyterian Church.
The exercises opened with prayer, and
during the evening hymns were sung by
the choir.
The Managers in their report furnished
the following:
We have lost by death during the past
year three of our managers; Mrs. Young,
one of the original founders of the Society;
Mrs Hall, who was our Secretary for 40
vetrs; an l a younger Manager, Mies M.
Wales. Our subscribers list is as follow.-,
Lo8tby dea'b, 6; by resignalion, 6, by re
moval, 6; gain iu new members, 11; c'm
plete list ot members, 246, which is a de
crease oi 7 from last year.
We have sold at the Depository, 7 Bi
bles and 14 Testiments, and given to man
agers for distribution 36 Bibles and 27
tl&tameuts. We have given a large Bi
U(e to the Temperance meeting at the
Foundry, one to Hotly Tree Inn, and Tes
taments to Mission School Sent during
the year $50 to Parent Bible Society.
Our Bible Reader ha.t been employed
in visiting tbe sick, reading and sup
plying Bibles were needed- She reports
.having made 1 333 visits, read 1.684
times to persons, distributed 429 Tracts
and 7 Testaments. She lure gave a dis
criptive account of her visit lo various
ocalidw of the city, eic. The report
closed hy giving an account of the work
ing of the Association throughout the
world.
The T casurer's report showed a bal
ance ol $7.95.
Rev Dr. Steveusou and DuYal addressed
1 the meeting,
The following officers were elecied after
which the exercises closed by singing the
doxology.
President—Miss. Anna Brinekle,
Vice President—Miss Annie Temple,
Treasurer—Miss M. Rice,
Rec. Secretary—Mrs- R. P. Johnson,
Cor, Secretary—Mis. J. E. Jackson
Msnagers Mm- Gregg Chandler,
T r n 1 ton' T A1 r C \r M W lr ?
1. Gause Darling on Taylor, Moore, Wol
luston, Adam*, J. H. Cause Sinith.Morrow,
McCaliey, Rease, Seidel, Howland, Bring-1
hunt, Eliiott, Jonea, Bootes; Stroud, Nix«|
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CLOTHING:
CLOTHING.
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^OXJ DO WANT
AND YOU CAN OBTAIN
AT THE
PRICES,
LOWEST
BQC
N. W. COR. FIFTH AND MARKET.
Who has the largest and best stock of Clolhlng for Men's Youtn's Boys that can be
810 75 up
1.75 up.
.75 up.
In this city.
working pant*from
•* tults "
business *• "
Men's Fine dress from
Bo 7 's snlts
60ots up
"5.00 " I ' P ant8
Children's pants from 75 cts up.
Odd
at
at
P.,
on, Mcllvane, Bessel, McNamee, Stevens
Littell, Mi-s Hamilton, Kirkpatrick, Sims
ons, P.dk, Webb L- Clark, E. Clark,
porter, Brown, Capelin, Judd, Girdon,
Bradford, Rice, Ilowland, Bowman, Hi)
lis, John-on, Tenney, Young B ble read
er, and Miss Margaretta Barr.
LOCAL, NOTES.
P. K. A. Ball to-night.
The cltv council met last night.
The Millard concert was a success.
Butterley copies pictures to any size.
Are you glad that the agony le oyer ?
A slight fall of hall yesterday at noon.
Court commences on Monday, Nov. 18th
Pictures for holiday presents at Butter
ley's.
The Millard club's concert was held last
night.
The Boaod of Canvass met yesterday In
New Cattle.
Sutterly's le the cheapest and best place
to get photographs.
Every boy goe« to Sutterlsy's for photo
araphs. No. 302 Market street.
Girls don't talk slang, and don't flirt—
Daily Gazette. That's all you know about
It?
A Greenbask candidate for State Senator
beard a briet rumorof his defeat on Wed
nesday.
Smoke A A. Chapman's aromatic 3 cent
Havanas, and be happy. S. W. corner
Fouitb and Sbipley.
The DuPont Guards, Cotnproy C, F. D.
V. V., will have a full dr-ss uniform in.
spi ctlon drill this evening at 8 o'clock.
Autumn 1s turning the book of nature
very fast. We will soon see the flies leav
ing —Republican. And the leaves flying
also.
John H. Todd was the Greenback candi
dates for Representittve. II Mr. Todd's
condition controlled hts vote one would
suppose he had loo much "toddy."
Where can I get a faehlonahb fall hat?
Why at McCloskey's Open H mse hat store
of course. It Is No 812 Market street
All the latest steles at bottom pilc-s.
Those wishing life slz* cray'-na for the
holld -ys had b -tters-nd In tln-lr orders so> n
if they do rot want to be disappointed, as
our orders are coming in fast. Su terley,
303 Market street.
Just, received at Roas' new Philadelphia
store, 116 Market street, a full stock Of
autumn goods. Ladlas, childrens fura, and
men's winter caps, which will be sold lower
thaL ever before A'.soalirgc assortment
of gent's underwear at low price. Give
him a call.
HOW 8U8SEX WENT.
A three year old son of Ferry Ewing, liv
) D jj | n t j, e Ninth ward, while at play on
? Wednesday afternoon, fell and broke hi.
r)(?ht ^ / bnTe the kne ' e . I)r . We8t attend .
Jed to his Injuries.
The full returns from Sussex give the
Democratic and Greenback majorities as
follows:
Lewes 6nd Kehoboth, Dsm. majority
Georgetown " "
Cedar Creek
Senford
Nantlcoke
Broadktln
Gumboro'
Little Creek
Broad Creek
North West Fork
Dagaboro'
158
144
11
110
164
it
73
n
ii
190
53
309
n
113
15
n
10
1339
Indian River, Greenback majority
Baltimore. Greenback majority
2
88
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Democratic majority in the county, 1249
RICHARDSON'S PATENT STONE.
The Chester News of yesterday say*;
Messrs. Mendenhall & Johnson last even-
ing shipped to Wilmington a carriage
block of Richardson's artificial alone, order
ed by the P. W & B. R. R. Company, and
Intended to be placed on the pavement of
their depot in the city. The P. W., & B.
Company are also using the drain pipe
made under Richardson's parent.
YESTERDAY'S ALARM OF FIRE.
Tbe alarm of Are yesterday afternoon at
about 3.45 o'clock, was caused by the burr
J
tug out of the chimney of tbe bouse at 615
Christiana s reet occupied by a colored man
Damtd Wm. Henry Jones Toe fire com
panies were suatmonnl out by the blowing
of tbe whistle ofP. Scott & Co.'s morocco
fictory, but their servlets were not rtn
qilred.
THE HARE'S CORNER RACES.
Messrs. Wm. H. Doble <fc Son had
nounced a day's racing on their track at
Hare'* Corner for yesterday bht owning to
the inclemency of the weather, the sport
was postponed.
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LEG BROKEN.
P. K. A. Ball to-night,
SOCIETIES.
MEETINGS THIS (FRIDAY) 1V1NINS.
Walola Lodge, I.O. of G. T., Sixth and
Market streets.
Fairfax Lodge, No. 8,1 O. O. F , at Odd
Fellows' Hall.
Columbia Lodge, No. 26,1. O. O. F.,
Odd Fellows' Hall.
Washington CoudcII, No. 4, O. U. A. M ,
at Mechanics' Hall 319 King atreet.
Rescue Council, No. 3, Jr. (> U A. M.,
at Jr. O. E. A M. Hall, 511 Market strett.
D-I&warc tribe, No. 1 I. O. K. M , at
Maris Building, 6 h and Sbipley streets.
Excelsor Lodge, K- ot P., at K. ofP.
Hall, 214 Market street.
Washington Camp, P. O. S. ol A., at Mc
Clary's Building.
Pioneer Council, No. 1, Sovereigns of In
dustry, at McClary'* Building.
Mt Calvary Decampment, No. 19, K. ot
P., meet every alternate Friday evening, at
McClary Building.
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WANTS.
ANTED—A first class colored waiter
at the Delaware Hi use. Must come
well recoinended
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DRY •OOD8, TRIMMINGS &G.
S.H. STAATS,
NO. 405 MARKET STREET,
HA8
Just Received an Elegant Stock
OF
Fancy Hosiery
1
FOR LADIES, GENTS AN I MI8DFH
Also, Opening a Large and
Well Selected Stock
I
OF
LADIES. GENTLEMEN'S AND
CHILDREN'S
Merino Underwear.
THW. VKRY LOWEST MARKET
RATES.
liv
on
hi.
.
Persons would do well to call and
make a selection while the as
sortment is complete.
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507 MARKET St. 507
J. T. WILSON
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B.
Has jurt received » fu'l lin* of
BLACK CASHvtKMWt
85, 5 , Si, 75, 80 and $1 ft).
BLACK ALPACCA,
20 2\ 35 0 and 85,
PLAIN AND FIGURED DRE C S
GOODS,
fr m 8 tip to 65 cests.
CLOTHS ANDCASSIMER3 FOR GEN
TLEMEN,
WATERPROOF CLOTH All best shades
rom 50 cents to 81 09
at I
J SQUARE AND BLANKEl SHAWLS,
1 AtUlll'nn
615 WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS
from *1 60 to 85.6o
Sni » ^
WHITE FLANNELS, RED
TWILLED and MEDICATED
rtn FLaNNEL, FLOOR TA
BLE and STAIR IL
CLOTHS LADIES
CHILDREN
AND
GENTLEMENS MERINO UNDER
WEAR in great varieiy,
CORSETS all sizes.
25, fit) 65, 75. 87, 1.0", 1 25 and 1.59.
MADAMEFOY'S IMPROVED COR
SETS
A SPLENDID ASSOR'I MENT OF KID
GLOVES 1, 2. and 3 'buttons
LADIES LACE SCARFS. COLLARS
and TUFFS in great variety.
FRINGES, BUTTONS and a general
sortmmt of Tttmmings,
for yourself,
at
to
an
as—
Call and see
JOHN T. HIMUH.
307 MARKET STREET.
ORDINANCES.
A^mW^ordTnanc^entT
TLrtl) •* N OH^I STANCE TO RBaULA^B
mai? TTME AND MANNER OF J ilUi
PAYMENT OF BILUJ AGAINST THE
city." „ „ .
Belt ordained by the City Council of
^i-ectiouh D 'Tnat the mdlna.iOi entitled
-ad ordinance to regulate 'he tnre and
manner of the payment of bll a against
he City,'' passed January
arnen ed August A, IKW. ' ld „r' p .®', b ®J!
k. 875 bnanoih e rne ra hereby further
amended by .ddlng ttoreto the following
Se s t c°t?on t0 2 W TDe City Council nay bv
unanimous cons-nt direct that all b 11 h ro
reported as correct by i be Committees and
ih ■ City Aud tor, sh .11 be read lu their or
der, and ihe county m.y, upon a single
motion by a m mber, dtiect the drawing
of orders tn flavor of the persons p;eseui
ing said bilK All b'lls «h ch hall b« oh
jrey.ed to during the reading, shall be
noted upon separately.
Keen' n *. All ordinances or parts of
oidl ancea lncm sistent with ihis ord'
nanceoea d the same are he reby repealed.
Paused at toe City Ha.l, Oct ri-t, >78,
M L. LlCUTi-NS BIN,
President oft 1 > ' ouncll.
Attest - Edmund U Frazer, Ue It.
nov8 2t
SHERIFFS SALES
^HEK'FF'HHaLE,
Hy vlr ue of a writ of ' .evari Facias to mt
irec'td, w.ll tie xp*»aei to Runic alt.
ait e Hotel of W.u B. rordat* irk woou.
Peucadet Hu- ured, 'ew Castle Cuuutj
Dei., on
TUESDAY, the 12th day of November, A.
D., 1878, at 2 o'c.ock, p, m.,
The following described real estate viz:
All that oei tali, arm »r tract ol .aud sit
uaie lying d being iu P* n^ader tiu areii
Coauiy oi New i and
waie particuia ly bounueo a^d d scri»'u
as folio -ot to wit: Beginning at a latg
black oak tree corner of Outen D Jrsiei
ana William B. Calho n's land, and run
ning theuCB with the lands of aid C ult un
south87 3-40degrees west 280 7-10 perchts hi
a s', tie In Cantwell < lark's ll e, theuct
wi h his line south 1-1 deg ecs earn 3 H-U
parches to a s'one i Jos i>U Sa p's l' 1 *'
,hence with ids an 'Aidiam I. Hmlocks
land, north 8 1 4 degreesea-l 71 perene-i
a sioue, and soutn 32 degiees east t3o
p rch s ton s one, a c ruer fur David !.
Wa d's lan i, tnence wild his lau s ,ulb
88 degre-s eafli 65 2 10 perches to a stone, a
co urt ol George W, Walker s lanu, thenct
wttn hlB land uoi th7 l-4degreeseast685-lt
perch, s to a st ne in a private road, thence
with the said road due norih « peicbes t
artuue, a c truer of John Me, orm ck •
iand th nee with bis land uorth4ti 3-. U
degrees Wes 26 8 - 0 perches to a s ou-.,
thence no th 13 1 4 degrees east 33 7- it
p< rches to a -tone ' d paisimon ,turap
ihence soni b 82 3-4 degrees 4 7 0 ne cues lo
a *tuiieourne o the land olthe Rev. Wil
liam Williams deceased, the' Ce north i
degrees west 92 7 -10 perches lothe pl -ce ot
beginning, containl g one nuudred and
forty-e gut awes, more or Jess, with a rum
house aud oilier oui-buDdiugs,
"eized and takeu In execa'lon -s ,.b
property o; A'l i-.am Klrkiey and Sarah J
kley.hls wife, and 1 . 1 . aud to he so id
I-U AC GRUBB, Sh riff.
Sheriff's Office, New 1 as'ie, Oct bm- 17, '7 V
n
Ki
hy
UKtilFF MAI
s
liy virtue of a writ of level Facu
dh to ed, W'll hetxpostd to Pu i:i- ha> si
1 : eUcei'-f William B.Foru.at Kirk woo!
iu PeDcader Hundred, New t a?t.e cuuu'j
Dei. ou
UE><'7AY,'he 12th day of November, A
D. 1878, atg^o'clock p. m,
I
'ihe folio .-iiig described rt-sl estate viz
r piece rf Ian4 s '
of st Geo'ges ou 1 I 1
Alt that ce;t 1 • lot
uat< lu ihe t wtt
-cuth-ide of the to* Ira r-g ft' m S'.
Georges t . PeUwi re. Oily, b i undi d aud d*
ecrlbed s follow- to will BegL.utug at a
stake an ' oon er for ; lot of
Garmnn, and 43.1 ieetfr.ru U - Jucction o
ihe HI. Ge uges and De aware Cry r
with the Odessa Kind running c enc
with 'he said line south 12 3 41) tas 1 h 1 fee
..OHSti.ol and f-r -etly r>. Henry 1
Pecka d rpil lien e north 47 3-12 'a t
a i- k<- then e uot-'h 12 *1" w>- t if
te ■» to 1 st ke to s. uth side * f the a'orc
said ro <1 lteoce wi tJUsr
7 3 10 w St 50 feet ro - h< p a
conulningseven thousa.id tlxe hundred
square feet more or Je-s, vlt.U a fratnt
hou-eano frame ttrhln g tl e.eon crscie.
Seized aud taken In txe-u'i.nn ns hi
property of Pltilli It riden d cefts»(t, am
it abet a fteddeti urvlvtug mortgages 0
Phillip liedueu deceistd, and t. 1
(Thom s H. Gould Prar. of Phillip Red
don deotBtd, sc.) and to bet old by
e
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Id ro d nu
•jc: ol OfeK'D 1
ISAAC GRUBB Sheriff.
SherltTa office New Custle, Oct, 17, 1878.
(^HERIFF S.-xLE.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias ti
m« d rect-d, will be exp ,set to Public
-nle. at 'he Lafayeite Hotel,841 Shiplev -t
kept bv John ,T. Dougtieity, tn tiie city ol
Wi mington, i-ew Caalle county, Del., oi.
SATURDAY, the 16 tlsy of November, A*
D. 1878, at,2 o clock p. in.
fl;e following described real e tnte v'z;
Atlttiato rtuln Id or pirccl of land ait
uate In tbe city of W la lug'on uuoresaut
bound-d and described as
Beginning at a point ou ill - nor hwestoilj
Ide of Jackson -tre-etat ihe distant e ot l.'ii
.eet souri'wes'erly from tlie soutliweetulj
■t is of-h rilcross aveuu.-, thence north
westerly p:ua!l -I with i-'hallrross averii
181 cet 6 inches to a corm r theuce south'
westerly parallel with Jacksiu street 5(
feei ioti corner'f Jacob S. WoUlln's lai
audthenc soutliea-terly tiy lltie ol sab
Weldln's lanu par .llel w ith G1 • in avenm
1)4 feet 6 1 (he- to t.e afor.sa d side o
Jackson street, end then e tbt reby no-tb-
•ast'rly 50 feet to the pace of begin n lug
bt thecontenia iheieof win.tt; ey may.
-elzei and taken as too properly ol
ihomas Y. De.-»orniandle,surviving rnort-
grgor, aud 1 .1, aad to b j soli by
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1 J AAt) GRUBB, Mierinr.
RhetifTs Office, New Custle, October 28
1878.
^.HERIS S'S HALE
By a writ Vomlltlo I Fxp"n>-,s to m
•llreoted will be ■ xpo-ed to Public a le, u
the Lalnyelto Hotel, o. 841 Shmley H ee
<ept by John J. i.<o "ghe ty. u (be City u
Wlluiiogton, Ntw Caat'.e County, Del ,
8ATURD\Y, the )6th day of November
A, D , U78, at 2 o'clock p. m,
Tbe following described real estate viz
All tb- tight title estate an,l lutere-Ht, n
vVllliatn u reen, being tbeequ j nmllvide'
• ethir'part'd all that oe ntin lit o
la d alluai in the city of Wilmingto:
vew Castle County Delaware, bounded at
follows; Beginning at a point on the east
erly side «r Shipley street between Hec
ond and Third streets at a corner of laud
late of Hie lieu H. Southard now of
'hades Ore-n and William Wtl-oo Jr
Ihence alone 'he so d Is. d e stvily44 teei
hence s« utherly para.lil toShlple tree
9 fee u theuos westerly parallel to Third
street 4 i feet _o the aforesaid s:de of Hhlp
Gy street and 'hence along said side rn
beg! itnl mt nor ^ u *Y 20 leet to the place
,n e*eeutlon as th*
jirorerty of William Grei rt, and to be torn
n I"\AC GRUBB. Sheriff .
i Bbwlff s Office N ew Castle, Got. 2d, 1878
on
MISCELLANEOUS.
GOLD meda:
li«s bean awarJed at the Tarts Expo itlo
of 1878 to
J. & P. COATS!
for ilv ir bed Sx-Cord Sneol Cotton, coi
Ill-Ill In * ho e-t'ma'e , »c d upon the
good-at all the Woil 's Etp slit n- ,
that -t Condon, . 882 , to the t'e tennialEi
ii-sltio" Of 187#. where lh -y t os a din.or,
or " U EH I 'It S V JNG1U AND EX
OKLLKNT Q,U '.LITY /'
Tue Second P lzn . f a fill-cr itfd.il v,
taken by ih*> Willi* antic Lineu . ornp ,
which claims lo be the special ftioi.iolo
oi Amer can It dustr.v, ano which li ,s et
teosivety advertised * U-tand Tr z-: part:
IE
NO GRAND PRIZES wer
awarded for Spool Cot- j
ton at PARIS.
Me sr-t J. & R. route have e ti. Wished 11
awtucketH. the largest Spool . otto]
M Is in the United slates, EvrryproceJ
ofmai u acure, from th*- raw cotton tothj
dnished spool, is conduct, d there, ihei
American made spool Coiton look t |
award t the <' ntenn at and while IlieJ
nave never cam -,1 sueciai rn r t lor tbeu
meric n-made Spool r olio' , v-r tea
111 a juf-'ctured 1 ,, their Scotch Mills, wl
have the -all-faction of ann< u-cing thd
they have so Identified themselves wltl
tbiscouutry, that
AMERICA., as represents!
by J, & P. COATEa is still
AAEAD IN SPOOL COTTON
Auchincloss Brother!
Sole Agents in New York for
J. &. P. COATS
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* Hi Vigorous 111 :iitli mv l a sound constitution esj
lir(!. o0 EryFt!pcIiu', feclt-rhcun | p Fever M
^Ei'pcclaUy haait'miinije9tcd its l )0 . te " c Ljj. l 0 c r|
Teller, lioco Kurin Bolls, UurbnnclcN *•» J1
Serot'uloua Sores and Bw*UlB**jWhite 8weU"l
Co tro or Thick Ncek, and Eulswf
if von feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, l> a 'V)M
coln/of Juitt, or^rilowi&i-brown tootsoaft^
body, freq-.K-nt headache or dial ness, bail Us «t
mouth, Internal heat or clitllB alternated wltlj
flurltes low spirits, and gloomy fcrt-bo(ltn|*trrej(ij
appetite,amt tongue mated, you are eufiermgtrj
Torpid Liver, nr "BHlouancM." In niany cMCS
• Ltver Complaint " only pa rt of these symptoms 1
experienced. As a remedy for uU sudi caseti <
Pierce's Golden Medltal Discovery has no equa 1
It effects perfect and radical cures. ,
III the cure of Bronchitis, Severe roust*, mo
early stages of CoiMiunutton, It lias adon d fu
medical faculty, and eminent physlclaus pronM
It the greatest medical discovery of tlicagc,
It cures the severest Coughs, itstrengthenstlieejst
and purifies the blood. Sold hy l lc>'F?*,?* 9 hi. npn j|
It. v. PIERCE, M. D.. Pron'r, World's Dispena;
and Invalids 1 Hotel, UuHulo* pi* Y.
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THE *' L ' 1 C
No usa of taking the large, repnlslvc
composed of cheap, crude, nmh£ l iL lt I..riarU»r
These Pellets are acnroely larger than n u |,
Betas entirely vegetable) no P-"™;,,. a w |thout
qulroil whllo us tug them. Ihey eperat „ cc uj>at
turbaneo to tho constitution, diet- , j m i
For Jaundice, Headache, Jr. 0 '!)'! 1 ' , of the 11
Blood, Pain In the Sbouldcrn,Tlgh<nc"" ac b, I
Dlzzlncu, Sour Lructatlonn from tho s' (n r0 ,
Toato In tho Mouth, Billooo attack*. P"|. uw
of Kidneys, Internal 1 or cr, plow pier
Stomach, Bash of Blood to Head, l-v _ * ,- n 0 f
Plcm-nat Purgatlvo I'eUeto. Li txp l un .;
remedial power of these Purgative. l■ E t j 1H t t
great a variety of diseases, H »
action upon the antmul economy < . orc «.
gland or ll«.uo e-cnplng thetr snnnttvo ITO i
does not Impair the propertiesi ot 1 . SJ pot
They are sugar-coated and lnclostd in M pa neC
the tr virtues being thereby preserved u n t t | lC y
any length of time, in any climate, w> ' J (:1 „ : ,
always tVcsli and reliable. This Is not w a to
pills put up In cheap wooden Alterative
For all diseases where a Laxative,, ue ^.j[i
Purgative, Is Indicated, these IIrussht*
thu most perfect sattsfaetlon. Bw* Sf uispcW
It. V. PIERCE, M. D.. PitOP'mW orld s m r*
and Iuvallds' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. __
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| SYMPTOMK-jFf'jSlill
J aclic, Jtscliargi: lklli"J ,
tapa jrM sometimes I' rf ; ( \'^ t ' offensive
mucous, P u ™'™!;' a k or k®, 11 !
In others, a dryness, dry, watery, m* , in sid I
eyes, stopping up, or obstruction, ot >' an ,| coo
>Ico altered, nasal twang, offensive brea^ (tslc
or total deprivation of sense of smell ai (l| ^ -di
zlness, mental depression, loss of aPP t tc. 0"
tlon, enlarged tonsils, tickling cough cl)t ln
few of these symptoms are likely to be p>
case at one time.
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH
produces radical cureB of the worst cmcSj „
no matter of how long standing- use ®.
may be snuffed, or hiater appUed by , 0 f ins'
ITEBCE'S Douche. This to 2?wj%cliie c *[
ment yet Invented with which fluid '"ppi.icD V,
carried high up and ^ u,c l
Darts of the affected nasal in 'j
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parts of the affected nasal 1"'"
hers or cavities communicating there. (r „ B
sores and ulcere frequently exist, an | U
the catarrhal dlschargo generally pro^ alrf cti
Is pleasant and easlfy un<terstood, ir
accompanying each instrument . v ,„;old »
tarrititem^ou^recgrtAttM^
tarrli Uerueny cur
Head M Tiy ft fc\v a

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