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TELEGRAMS.
TffLLOW FEV1B.
-■--a nr saw sunn.
Saw Oauaas, Nor. 7,1878
The Board of Health has discontinue.!
ially wttihga It report* hat three deslhs
fsg tbs twenty-four hours ending st noon
today—all shlldna. aged foar eight, and
tmspectrvely. So new caeca
M £eoa <l BeUaagaet, Honorary Prestd-ot
ATniOu Franeane, has reeelTsd trom dec
golary Evsrt# aebeak for $1 000 being p*is
•I ths sabscriptiocs raised In France and
•Sher foreign wmmtrisa, In aid of cofferers
by yellow freer.
Tuts remit anee enables the French rocl
ety to continue much need d relief work
The Board of Health t . nlgbt resolyed to
DO longer cosine Itself to the consideration
of ths yellow fewer, It having cessed to be
■pideate Tbs Board exp emed tbe opinion
gha it a safe for sbsei tees to retort.
wtie
BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH.
Tbs Jersey City public aeboois are dosed
far want of fuel. They have no mosey to
pay ipr ttmstil ths beginning of the next
•seal year.
General Great dined with King Louis of
Fortagsl, on the 1st instant The King
Offered him ths highest decoration o!
knighthood known to the kingdom. General
thanked the Erne lor tbe honor expended,
which be was iompelled to decline tnrougu
nep ct to the law of hi* country.
Marshal Shafer, of Richmond, Ind., and
Sheriff Hall, of Darke county, Ohio, ar
rested sevea Darke county reguUiora on
Thursday, on charge of kidnapping a son
of Eiavt Wads, whom they murdered • few
weeks since. Tea prominent citlsens ol
Darke eoanty hate been served with notices
to leave th; country on penalty of death.
The officers expect to break up tbe organisa
tion in time to prevent further trouble.
ROW THU MAKI A SOLID SOUTH.
[Fro® the Cbarles'on (8. C.) Newt and
Courier, Nov. 6 ]
Fair women of Charleston! your loving
labor for Hamp'on In 1878 Insured his elec
tion. Will you not do as much for Charles
ton ta-4sy aad to-morrow, for your a iters
ail 8 res Ides, as you did lor Sooth Carolina
two yean ago* Save tbe oountry aa you
kalpad to save th# State!
Maidens! tell those who are near snd dear
to yoa tbat Charleston must be redeemed,
and tnet no laggard. In this momentous
•o' 'rat, shall he knight of yours.
Wins! tell your husband- that the sure*'
way to make boms baopy it io boeod and
be spent it electing the democratic candi
dates.
Mo'hersl tell your sons that this is their
•i poitunlty to prove ibetr devotion and
trui'i to Char!«-*>o, *nd to m»ke manifest
their willingness t-, do a'l and d ire all to
save you from for her buariiiarion.
Trik to bush-ode, eoi>a »od brothers, lr
season and out of se-son, at morning, at
n r oa «nd »t night! Give them no p see! Re
d'llre o' th-m that e..eh ooe secure one
vot-other than his own. Do this, women
Ol Ch.ne-ui..: and you will save thla de»r
•idety aad county from ibe polluting
touch of Mackey and of Beta!
A WILMINGTON TRAMP'S ROMANCE.
In the Clcelenatti Commercial we And
th* following improbable story relating to
tbe Udderaook case, so' celebrated some
time age, sad to a form-r Wilming'oman:
So®* yean ago, at West Chester, P*.,
lived an old man and a beautiful daughter,
tie latter of whom waa tddresstd by a
young man of Wilmington, Del , whose
Asvotion wss reciprocated. Finding >hat
the young man was a relation of W. £.
Uddersaok, who wss hung for the murder
of Goss, th* father forbade him to come to
the hr use, snd to mike tbe separation sure
■oved with bis daughter to the Weat. The
youug man entered upon a career of dis
sipation, and Anally la-t week appeared al
the farm- r'e house in Ohio in tbe cspaci'y
of a regular tramp, begging for bread. Tbe
door, in reply to bit knock, was opened b>
his former lady-love, who. recognfslog hfnr,
fell Into his arms. A few moments lar. t
the old father made his appearance on tbe
iss=3,and not liking tbe situation, fell afoul
Of the young man and beat him nearly to
death, *o severely, Indeed, that bis life is
despaired of, and be la no» tenderly nursed
by the young lady In her father's bouse
In tbe meantime tbe old man has becoml
Insane and 111, and bis life is despaired of.
CHIB TER CHIT-CHAT.
Cfcareh anneerts atd the 1*1 ke were thick
aa attorn o leaves on Thursday night.
Tke Delaware County Medical Society
■st ee Thursday la monthly meeting.
Frank Bowen let bis board bill
run up to
8IM and then skipped off to Jersey Cit
He has been arrested and will be brough
bank.
On Thursday night 4,200 cigar*
were
stolen from Wm. J. McClure, of Chester
end yesterday morning they were loutd
hidden ewey and were returned to the
owner.
M.8.R. A.
At the meeting of the Morel Suasion Re
form Association last evening, H. W. Mor
row presided. Address's were made by
Mr. Smedley and Mrs. 0 ts, of Newark.
Mr. Phillips read "Betsy and I am out,''
Asolo wa* sung by Mr. Streets, sccom
p»nled by Mr. 8teven« on the organ. I
should b* remembered that the meeting 1
too first part of the week hit been changed
from Monday to Tuesday night.
SOCIETIES.
"*■71X9* THIS(TUBSDXT) BVIWIXO.
Asylum Lf«lge. Mo. 23.
ubi^j E:;r ' apauDt ' Ko - *' m Md
waablngto* Lodge, Vo. 1, A. F. A.,
' very Tuesday light la tbe McCla
mee's
/ build
, at K.of
-
LOCAL NOT**.
- Moonlight trffht*.
Setterley ecpk* ptettre* to *»y
Tke tw* are leaffes* now, or almost.
Wilmington ha» more doctor* tfc»a law.
yea. a.
Sutterly's U the cheapest and t*« plM»
to get photographs.
It isn't nice for young girl* to pt»T b**e
ball, or btss bawl, either.
The Treasurer wss bo*y paying off the
bill* of the city yeeteruay.
Fiu-s; flavored oys>r* in the city at Gar*
dener'*. seventh aad Snlpiey.
Etcj boy gow» to Souerley'* for pboto
arapbs. Mo. 302 Market street.
If you want cleanly opened oyster* go to
Gardener's, at Sevealh and Shipley.
Frosted toes and sew skates will soon b*
prevalent with the average sjcall boy.
Mr. MeGUuchey Is right In making lr
qniry int. the street commisssooer'a dote**.
Prophet* are now Hearing np how many
roows to announce to for the coming win*
a
lion
np
tbe
ble,
on
to
ter.
Oyster*, BS tent* per quirt, large*t mea
sure in the city, st Gardener's. Bevsntb and
Scipley.
School marms to the Dumber of 178 art
tttsodlng the Teachers' Institute in Weet
Chester.
A number of counterfeit flvs-cent pieces
ire being cl reals' d In this city. They are
so well executed vk.v It la bard to detect
them.
of
o!
on
ol
of
icle
tbe
tb*
as
rer
lo
W|
In
men's winter caps, which w|)| be sold low. r of
than ev-r before Also a l.rge sSrOrtm-nt
of gem'* uaderwear at low price. Give
him s call.
a
lu
Last night s beautiful nitural panorama
was presented to those who looked east
ward, in seeing the Dslswsr* river skim*
tuerlng iu the moonlight.
Where can I gtt a fashionable fall hat*
Why at McCiosksy's Opera House bat store
t>i course. It is Mo. 812 Market street. All
the latest styles at bottom prices.
Where can I get a fashionable fall bst t
Why st McCloskey'e Ooers House hat store
of course, it is Mo 813 Market street
All the latest styles st bottom pria-s.
Those wishing life size crayons for tbe
holidays had better send in their orders soon
if they do not want to be disappointed, ss
onr orders are coming in fast. 8u teriey,
■302 Market street.
Last night the DuPont Guard*, Company
C, Captain Curtis, gave an inspection drill
in their srmorv, in the Masonic Temple,
hafore a number of their friends. Major
M.Cailifter was present.
Tne Increase of ths police foree ss sskrd
for will Iccreeie th* yearly expenses of the
eity over $7 600—Republican. And g>v#
the city a good government, which with tb*
pres-nt cumber It is impossible to have.
Jui' rec Ived at Bo-*' tew Philadelphia
store, 118 Market street, a fud stock o'
eututen goods. Lad'es, children's fur*,snd
.sen's «lnt*r cape, which will be so.d lower
than i V- r before. Also a large asso-tmen'
o' gei.t's underwear at low pries. Give him
a call.
you
and
to
lr
at
Re
one
de»r
Jus' recelcB.1 at Ro-a' new Philadelphia
store, 116 Market s'.reet, a full stock Of
autumn goods. Lvdlss, childrens furs, st d
And
to
P*.,
a
>hat
£.
to
sure
The
dis
al
Tbe
b>
hfnr,
t
tbe
to
is
MARYLAND ITEMS.
The lost by 'he late form sustained st
Chlocoteague Island is estimated at 810.000.
At tbe result of the protrrated effort at
Landing Neck M. E Church, Talbot county,
17 have joined on probation.
At Tuesday's election in Cecil county,
lid., A. P. McCombs, the Greenback
didst* for Representative to Congress, poll
od 439 votes.
George Newbert, colored, was arrested in
Trappe district, Talbot courty, and
mitred to Easton jstl by Justice Craig, for
committing a horrible outrage on Ann'e
Freeman, a colored girl, between eleven and
twelve years of sge.
The lady members of the M. E. Churc).
of Denton held a festival last week and
prepared sn excellent dinner on Tuesday,
tbe proceeds to be app'ted to the repainting
»rd refi ling ol the interior of the church.
They received from both a little more tbsn
830.
can
com
is
al
S*
a
4
lu
»t.
and
to
to
5 U i
5
of
At the lecent strike of the oyster ebuckers
at Crlsfleld, the crowd assembled on the
public road near tbat place, halted Rev
N M. Brown, Presiding Elder of Salisbury
district, but when be Informed them be
not an oyster sbucker, they suffered him to
proceed unmolested.
The sport of duck shooting commenced
on the Susquehanna flats, below Havre de
Grace, on Friday of last week, and afforded
good and profitable spert—the ducks belrg
more plentiful than tor many years past.
Perry Barnes, of Carpenter's Point. Cecil
ounty, killed 196 ducks the first day!
A little daughter of Wm. Gordy, aged 14
years, near Lsurel, was seriously Injured
one day last week. Her father wss raising
a carriage house when some of the blocks
gave way and one of the rafters sliding
lorwarl struck his daughter in the fore
head, fracturing her skull and disfiguring
her fsce. It Is believed tbe wound will
prove fatal.
was
to
were
the
Re
by
I
1
A SHOE FOR BOTH OF THEM.
From the Cbeiter Timss.
Both Democratic snd Republican papers
iu Wilmington display roosters. Happy
itste of affairs where elections salt sil
parties.
vou can engage m
D Lu A 86 to 12" per day made oy any
worker of either s-x, right it theix ownlo
s'ltles. Particulars and samples wortn 85
f.-ee. Improve your spare time for the
b a sin ess. ^ Address arzisaow a Co, Portland
i^*.
CLOTBUTOt
CLOTHING.
A
A
STOTT DO WANT
AMD YKJ CAM OB f AIM
i

ibe
<V
m
ing
j
at ran
PRICES,
LOWEST
N. W. COR. FIFTH AND MARKET.
Who has the largest and bast stonk of Clothing for Men's Tontn's Boys that aan be
found ID thl. city.
Men's worstng punts from
** ' . Bit* "
" basin era *• "
W»«P
Men's Fine dram from
B-yi soils *
50cu np
$.78
2A» " I_' l>M"
Children's p«au from 75 e*e up.
*P.
TRBASURB TROVB.
a stony or sows rnxxcflWH's Tans*.
CIS aXD HOW TBIT LOST IT I* TH1
HOOD OLD DATS — Bl'KIXD klCHHS BELOW
THE BREAKWATER.
" There I* s bonsoEA for some on* on
what I* known as tbe 'Pol*' farm, now
owned by Pe tr Torber'.. Daring tbe rrto
la'ionary war a French frigate, wl h a mil
lion ol dollar* In coin on bo.rd, wts chased
np the hay by an English aan-of-war, and
tbe frigate officers, seeing eaptora lnevits
ble, pat sixteen keg* of gold lrto small
bosta, rawed ashore sad buried tbe treasure
on the f rm above mentioned. In 1813 two
French offi'ers sptn* a month la search Inc
forth* treasure,"
Tbe above isc'lpped from the local col
umns of tbe Mlllord Chronicle. From cer
ttln incident* known In history which are
of s similar natnre wa are led to believe
that the ChroiKle is either at fault in a
measure, or b a* gotten held of a striking
eolneldeDc* Tbe story given by the Chron
icle m<T live Id local trad tton. and also be
true But it Is known that s French ship
loaded with treasure was shared In between
tbe capes during the Revolution, and up
tb* bay as far as where the Breakwater now
1s,.and there put Into shore and lauded at
Lewe*. At that time Lewes,or Lewestown
as tt was rhea called, wts strongly though
temporarily garrisoned by s regimen' of
m'o under command of ap'alo Jobs H41
Tbe French vesse , It appears, was a priva
teer, which was bouod for WilmlDgton, *f
rer bsvlog csp'Ured Several valuable prism
The treasure wa* removed from tbs vsssel
lo the shore, and tbs crew of the v reel
marched up through the State with It to
W| mingtou, under tbe proreetteu of Capt
Hill's regiment. Tbe French went into
quir ers here end stayrd a considerable
time ; tbe officers headquart-ra were In th*
building wblcb was formerly on the site
where tbe building occupied by W. 9 Mc
Caullry on Market * red ayjva sixth, now
ftsudl.
Tbe treasure, which we are told as* Im
mense, Wes hurled In the c-tlar, and ope
night s Urge portion of It, if not all, was
(tolen by some parties, who forced an en
trance I to ihe p see tirough a back win
dow. Tb# robbery was cleverly planted
sod a* clev-r.y cx-cated Tbe tliavus
were never a(pr herded
It Is Sard tbs'. French street derived its
name from h * stay of 'hr-French people
In tbe sity, nl many Ircidette live In tra
dition of th lr d rings. A score or more of
years ago when tbe bouse already men
tioned as where >h* tre eure was r.urled,
and wbtcb the offl-ers had as their head
quarters, was being repaired, the workmen
round an old wooden shoe similar to toose
the Frenchmen wore a tbat period.
r of tb ® E reoch officers puhllebed a book ol
his irivels in Driawsre upon hts return to
Give his native land, and a copy (probably the
only one In this cour try) can be seen in the
mercantile Library In Poll .del phis.
While we are on bis subject it may be of
some interest to our reads * tor us to make
a casual referrncs to tb*sunken treasure off
the eo-st down below Cape Heniop-n
About 80 or #0 year* ago tbe British
o|-w»r, De B ock, commanded by James
Drew, was espatz-d and sunk while enrer
tng the bay. Tbe ablp bad s fabulous
amount of treaaure on board, and alto bad j
lu cherg* two Spanish galleons loaded w th i
specie which weut down with her. In ad j
dltlon to this there wm once a Sp.elsb J
prise ship loaded with gold atd sliver, losr 1
off iyaepuxstte beach, near O ean City.sev- j
ersl miles further down from which enough i
treasure was wstb.d ashore to make tne j
people of that locality ricb lor the time b«- I
All
t
tbe
ss
the
tb*
o'
him
Of
d
One
st
at
in
for
and
and
man
can
log
There cm be do doubt tbat fabulous !
rienesare buried bmeatb tbe waves jaat'
seaw ard of those fatal shores, and this Ida*
is »u ppsrted by tbs (act tbat coin is fre
quently found washed up by the waters af
ter heavy norms.
_
lvHh.K4FF8ALE,
By 7 lrtD «o f » writ of Plus ' evari Facias to
me dlreeled will be exposed io Pubi c**sle
al ?l La T fa u ttt r e 5° ,el g41 ^Iplev i reel,
S* iURTiAK, the l6tb uay of November a
Th« 2 p: m - ' '
an ;* ? scribed rea estate viz;
tiU.LwirKlX'SrwS^ga"^
«ald, sounded end described a* follows to
P° ln " n U>e easierly
side of Spruce street between Elehtb and
faylorstre uattbe distance of 54 feet A r
i--chea frem the northerly side of Eighth
,*. ne ,°^ ^ rj d* of the er-tate of
amuei Mctaul ey.d e&g-d. » umbered >n
he Dlotoi 01 lo-s sold February tb^ | 8 :i 2 i
Sr.SSaa «), tner.ee wl.b - it o'*-ia land ^ 5
ea-teny parallel wl h ' igbth sireet Sj ieel !
h0i<1 * IJ d o uve ei titusi
uel W . aicCaulley. thence no tberly aloug
a m nrs-.muel W. Me aude. and l*nf
V 4 ® 6 ' 17 Parallel with .-pruce
I feet to a s;ake lu u line of land
sold to Jacob *. Weioln, tbetce with tbe
same westerly paralie' w.th 8th 80 feet to
the a orpga«d side r»f Hp-nce" street anri
thence therewith southerly fcl'feefto the
♦#**** " n * np . b « , hecontenu her of
4 hat they may.
also al tbs. certain lot of land sltua-ed
lu .be .aid oily of Wlimlogto... hounded
And described a* follows to wit; Begln
'.lug at the easterly side cf klrkt^onrt
street between Seventh and "l«hth ,725
»t. tne distance of 111 feet from the soutb
J slue of Eighth street, thence easterv
and parallel to Eighth st eet«5feet31nches
to ac rner thence north erly and parale!
to K'r. wood street 81 f-et to a C»
thence wenterly and parallel to the nfJ.'
5 U i e 4 U |'rr D h d V 06 ,^ 011 , K ' gQUl 'tree-! .5 fee
5 1-4 inches to the aforesaid easterly side
of Kirkwood street, and the- ee therehv
southerly 31 to the placa ofbeglnnlng be thl
contents thereof what they mav " the
rieixed and iakeu '
SHERIFFS SALES
the
to
de
14
was
sil
nt
85
property offcolomon J. Hi^u. U and (Teo' he
i^*. nsrd Oe ..ae H. J hnson eteT'n
^olMns ana ii. Leper, t. t.'e and to be so d
BhHr'w.oa, »AACGBUBB, Sheriff;
■hdr.ff s Offioe n#w Casti* oct, m, wt,
j
AMONG OUB NEIGHBORS.
Tbe Wsrt Chester Mews heads an article
about the accidental hanging of ***f,"A
favorite hoand looks op a rope."
After the election officers of East Mant
is al township, Chester eono y, >.*d bees
sworn In, on Taraday mire tog *nd got well
st work, ooe of their number discovered
that the swearing had been dons on a
Methodist Hymn Book tDStesd of a Hlblc
Tbs affair created considerable merriment
for a time, hut the genuine article was
toon procured and the officer* were again
sworn. _
Plcarast for holiday presents at Butter
ley's.
a
a
a
DRY •OODti, TKlMMlKGb AC.
of
FOB LADIES. OlNTh AMD MMHFS
of
ol
to
of
off
j
i
j
J m „ , vr . rin ., u „ h ___ .
1 PLAIN AND FIGLRED DEE fe
j GOODS,
i f . r " ® "P'°.^ J*- 1 '
j LLOTH8 AMDCAR8IMERSFOR GEN
I TLEMEN,
WATERPROOF CLOTH All bestshadis
S>i orbts to tl 90
S. H. STAATS,
NO. 406 MARKET STRUT,
HAS
Jut Reeeired an Elegant Stock
OF
Fancy Hosiery
Also, Opening a Large and
Will Selected Stock
OF
ladies, gentlemen's and
CHILDREN'S
Merino Underwear.
rH r VS BY LOWES . MaKKf.T
RATSh.
Persons would do well to call and
make a selection while the as
sortment is complete.
507 MARKET St. 507
J. T. WILSON
Ha« ju*t rotsivea » fu'llineof
Black cash merer,
46 6 , ft. 76, au and |1 Oi.
BLA' K ALPaCCi,
28 it. 86 *« and *5,
! „„„
SQUARE AND BLtNKET SHAWL*-,
„„£ ,u ' llDe
^ HI1E AN D COlXIRED BLANKETS
from II 6u to ISAj
WHITE aud COLORE ri BED SPREAD
WHITE FLANNELS, RED
TWILLED and MEDICATED
FLANNEL, FLOOR TA
BLE a D d STAIR IL
v^nlLDRfcsiii
AND
GBNTLEMEN8 MERINO UNDER.
TV LAR in great varie'v,
' CORSETS ail sizes
78, 808.,7 .. 87, U)\ 1 25a d l.«n.
MA DAMEFOY'g i imphovbd COR
SETS
A SPLENDID ASSORT MENT OF KTD
GLOVFS 1 <* «„d * h,...™,,
A r . niro . V & <1 3 bOtlons
SADIES LaCE SCARFS. COLLARS
*od 1 UFFSin great variety,
FRlVrJF^ BITPTi ivu j * i
i T r '.*>band a general
^ 5 orllmrm Inmnunga. Cal* and se
! yourself,
181
104
w
ia
JOHN T. WILSOI.
807 MARKET HTREET
til*
one
lar
erlv
ond
late
i
ley
said
Black and Fancy
Silks.
WearenowoAMiugnii elegant line <rf
Black: Nilk*
From02^eu. totScgl
FANCY STRIPE SttKS
nt suu II ?2* t . <1,lr *V 1# «>lors and bestahsue
jttt ^£J5 cK , 'c ABH^MKR^^at 51! centt
Aj^^ACAB*nf fh LlCK AND LXJLOREJ.
AtiAPA CAfl , of the newest sbaaes at very
OU1V&. KWvfe
pair warranted) very cheap.
ffiarffawa belt? 0 * *
pai.
UIFIILH.
m«mamkWt».
uukm4y
ORDINANCES.
A w ordimatcs ro
A AMfcSD am ORD.NAMC
TL.*U - N OK':I«TAK*.'K ".RKGULA'h
THE TIME nMD MANNER Of THE
PAVMENf OF BILL* AGaINmT THR
f UBTHa.iv
KMJ
i 1TY"
Belt ordained by the City ConaeU of
Til., tigtoo;
aeclio . 1, Toet the r>tdlDaur« entitUd
• ah ordinance to regulate <be fine and
Banner of the pavuram of bll s against
ibe City," passed January U, 187k ns
amen ieu Auga-i 5, 187V and Mrptenber
<V 87> b* an J ib - »-.me '* hereby Inn .er
amended oy -ddlcg hereto the following
sections, to wt»:
S.ctlon 2 Trs City Connell n sy b
unanimous consent direct that all b Its *o
rep*rled ss correct by tbe Cjmmtuee* and
th'CHy And tor. eh*l. be read la their or
d-r.and the . oanty m-y apon a single
m nloj sy i m Tiber, direct tb« drawlo.
•foiders in favo* •>< the persons present
ing said bil>>. All b il* * b ch lull b» ob
j o.sd to daring tbe reading, shall br
Mat upon aep»rate.y
iveetK n *. All ordinances or psrU of
•rdl' ancei lncons stent with this ordi
nance os and tbs same are Hereby repealed.
Passed at tne City Hail. Oct »l*t, 878,
M L LlCRTt-DS BIX,
President of Cl>t Council.
Attest-Edmund U Fraser,lie k.
nuvH 21
ty
be
If
•or
wh
o
le
a
bUnttlFF'd BaLES
i*
HER.FF'd BALK,
By vlr ne of n writ of 'evarl Faslns to ms
ltreeied, will be exposed to Pnotic me,
st t e Hotel of Wai B. Ford, at Kirkwood,
in Pencsder Hundred, New Castle Count)
Lei., on
TUESDAY the 12th day of November, A.
D., 1878. at 2 o'c.ock, p, m.,
M
or
fl;
' h" to 1 lowing desoriben re* estate vlr.
All ihatoe tal.. »rui »r tract ol and sit-
uate ijlDg and belnglu Peni-ader nu. dred
County of New oasue snd State of Deia
ware particularly bounded and described
as fofiows to wit: Beginning at a large
bite* oak tree corner of Oaten D. Jrs'er
ana William B. Calbo n'a land, and run-
ning theuo.- with the lands . f a.d CA'h .un
south n 3-40d'grees wrai 1W0 7-.0 pereb-a 'O
a s • ne In cantwe 1 i lark's a-e, tner.oe
wl h bis line south 1-1 degrees eaei 3 #-lt»
percoesloa s'one lu Joseph 8a' p's lne,
-hence witk uls anu William f. Hurlock's
land, north 8=1-4 degrees ea-t 71 perchea to
a stone, aad south 82 degrees east 18)
p-reh-itor. s'one, a errner fjr David D.
Wa'a's lan I, tnence wild bis Ian • tr uth
8S dagre-s eaa: 65 2-10 perobe* to a stone, a
co ner ol Ueo'ge w, Walker t lan i, thence
will h-s lai d uo'thT 1-4 deg (a tea-1 Ah 8-lb
per h » to » »t ne in a , riv .ie r.>sd, Iheucs
with the sale r.ad due n^rih - peicnes te
a*Ki-.e, a a.roer of John Mo.'orm.Ck's
land th-noe with bU Unu uorthSu S-i de-
degrees wes 28 8- 0 perches to a Slone,
tnence no th 43 1 4 decrees east iC 7- 6
perches to a stuns end parslmitr. . tump,
h-ucssourb 82 H degrees 17 Oie-onesto
a su.ue ouree. oi the land ol tbe Rev. Wil-
liam Williams, deceased, thence north 1
degrees west 82 '■ .0 percbes to the pi oe of
beginning, c mtmniig one hundred and
forty-e gat sees more or .'ess, wlLha:r«me
beu-e and other oui-bul.'dlogs,
- tlned and takeu In execution hs the
p-op^riy o: A'llham Kirk ley and -arah J.
Kirklsy,bU wife, and 1.1. and to he bold
.
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I3AAC GRUBB, Shoriff.
FherllTa ufflea, Vew f'aatie, Oct bar 17, '78 j
I
^HEKIFF HALE,
By vlrma of a writ of r.evari Facia* to me)
dlrwed, wilt beexpssedto Public H*!e ail
tb* Ho elof William B. Ford, at Kirk wool, i
In l'eucadcr Hundred, New va.t.e c
' on |
TURSLiAT.fhe 12lb day of 'ovemUr, \
D. 1*78, at 2 u'oloek p. m.
'the following described real estate viz: and
Ail tnatce L.l lot ..r ^lece r f ian l a.l .
.'J 1 "* V Wn 0 ^ Georges on :U
south side rf tee roi leari-g fr m 8t. 1
Georsca t. Ds.cwsr* . i»y, b umi d aud tie.
scribed ealollowito wlu Beglt ning at a
stake and o..rr.er for a lot of
Garmon, and « :»et fr m h - Junction o
the B'.ira wees and Den ware Cry r *d
with the «-dei.»a Rond running ; *ei*oe
with the §ald . nt sooth 4 3 H) tas ly> fet
maRt!4<el., land for * erly o Heury L. fln
Pecla^d »ud then* • north 47 S-l 2 m l .>
{* c } ? K 00 f* h ^ wo*tk0
ft to a st ke in s 'Ulh aide • f the Afore
Mid ro U fheose wit * tue ssld io d »onlh
*7 d 40 west 50 fee4 t o Ib** p:»o»* ol beri u i 1 rig ftl
con-lningseven thoug* .d fl*c hundred
-,u..re f-et more or Je a, al;b a frame
fri*u>e atsbliLg tL.reon erect*: j
Belzwd aDd uken In exwaUou at ibe it
property of Phillip R"ddeu deceased, aud and
i*abtl a Neddeu rurvlviug mortgagor of
Phillip Redden deceased, and It
(Tbr*m«a H. Gould tdmr.of Phillip Red
den deoesed, de.j and to be sold by
ISAAC GRUBB Bfceriff.
SherlfTa office Mew Castle, o*t. 17, 1878.
gHEKIFF SratiL.
By virtue of a writ of Levari Facia* to
me d rect d, will cr sip,s». u> Public
ale. at. o. Lafayette Hotel, 811 Shipley St
j-ptby JohuJ. itougtierly, lu tue city ol
Vtt mlngton,Newcastle county, Del., on
9
SATURDAY, the 16 day of November, A*
D. 187s, at'2 o clock p. t a.
The following described real e'tate viz
Ail tfatc ruin lo. or pircel of land sit
Date iu ti e city of W liiug'ou u.oreeald,
bouud.d and described ae oil ws, to wil
tieglnning at a jolDt on Ihenor.hwesterly
side of Jackson str* el at the drstau. e ol )au
feet southwea.erly from rhe southwesterly
'lie of Hh-llcross arena;, thence north
westerly parallel with rhallrross avenue
181 eet 6 luches to a curui r theuce south*
westerly p.raUel with Jacks to sireet 50
feet to e e rner < f Jacob s. Weldln's land
and thene southeasterly oy line of said
Weldin'* laud parallel withGl jlo avenue
104 feet 6 1 cho. to ae ah r-sa d side ot
Jackson atreat, snd tnea^e therebv north
easterly 60 feet to the p ace of beginning,
w Ike contents theretf what they may.
seized and taken aa the property of
Thomas A. DeNormandte,surviving mort
ogor.and 1.1., audio baaold by
^ I*AAc GRUBS. Rheriff.
ia merifTs Offiee, New Castle, October >,
Fcr
ft
pills
For
tho
K.
and
^HERIFFrij BALE
By * writ of Venditioni Exponss to me
directed, will be exposed to Eubllc tele, at
til* L«tayette Hotel. No. 841 Sh pler st eer
kept by John J. boogheity. lu ibe City o'
Wilmington, New Castle County, Del.;
SATURD'T, the 16th day of November
a, D, le78. at 2 o'clock p. *
The following d acrlbed real estate vie.
umiV 1 * rl<h ' and interest of
William ureen, being theeqmi ondlvided
one third part of an tbat certain lot of
lar d Situate., in the city of Wilmington
£n7i** t ££ >un . ly ' bounded as
follows; Beglnnlngst a paint on ihe vast
erlv side ef snlrley street between (sec
ond and Third streets at a earner cf land
late ot 8te hen .4. *kmihard now of
i harles Green and William WU-oa jr,
Ibence alona the aaid land, esaterly 44 leei
ihenoe southerly parallel toBhlpler *treei
Y',® SU . rly parallel to Third
street 4 > feet w> the aforesaid side of Phlp
ley street and <benoe along said Kid© o»
said street nortlitrly 20 feet u> tbe place ol
Deglt.nlng,
Bvlz^d an'taken In execution as tbt
Property of William Green, and lo be soio
- — , "^LAC GRUBB, Sheriff.
WtkrtTl Cffwe Mew ONUe, <M. M, 1*78
ment
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MISCELLANEOUS
of
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GOLD MEDAL
ty sheen awarded nt the Part* Exposition
J. & P. COATS,
If r ih. lr best Six-Cord 8peol Cotton, eon
flrmiet .be ertiraa's ,,l»c d uuoo their
goods at all tbe Worii'a Exp- slit n*. i ,, a
that at London, '8*2, to the I'a-iteDnlalEt*
position of 1W8. where th-y t-ok a dlpiom*
•or "-C.ERI .B SIMFNGrH AND EX*
CELLKNTQU tLlTY ."
Too Second Pris-uf a surer Medal w**
taken by lh« Willi * antic Linen ,'ouipanv
wh C3 c alms to be the special e*mining
o Amer C^n irdoetrv, an »«h! f> b |
le .« ve.y Hdver l.ed a Ouard Pr u p a rta
i*
NO GRAND PRIZES were
awarded lor Spool Cot
ton at Paris.
ms
A.
Me srs 7. A P. Coat* have e-Ubllrbsq iu
"awinrket K. J., Ibe la'geat Spool < otton
M Is In the Unlteu states E' • ry procera
or m» u ac >ue, f.om tb raw coitun to the
fl; isberl -pool, h cnacd leer*. heir
a'iitc. m»d" -pixl Coiten took t e
award *t tne Ootenu »i. and while Iber
have never c a'nied special merit for their
Amer'caD-made Spool < olton over teat
maauhciored In their Bootch Mills, we
have the aatlrlactioo of sum uneli.g thu
they hive so Identified tbemseivis w th
this country, that
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to
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6
1
of
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AMERICA, as
represented
by J, A P. COATES is still
AAEAD IN SPOOL COTTON.
Auchincloss Brothers,
Sole Agents in New York lor
J. &. P. COATS.
MEDICAL.
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| Dylugrr-atani thorough blood-Bj^lfying pr^g;
aii^Sira^fri-m flwworre RavKUU to V comma
uiotcs. riarpl^, rr Eraptisa. Mercurial dl«ws
Jllrxrul Poison*, and fbclr effects, eradlcstM,
and vigor ous h ralfh snda.sound cnnsUtntlon ejug
.
blrgn:. ire conquered by this powerfcl, porify1iig.lsl
1 lnviTOratlngMeUclnc.
Ecpreisllybaslt manllhvted 11* polencT in eaasf
a JeVTi K .«»SsITg'.a
dwys> o—_S*rMaad
o ir^oJMdTr.L^m dSmSb.'T^s unov
d./or t fclr',crVlto»Uh-bro« spot* ca f»« or
body, ben^acli^ or dlxiiMii, b»d tiit* a
mouth* taurrai cr chills alicrxutiu wjtt dji
L. fln c hc%lcwFDirlt*,aiidgl<y)myfofvboUlnA.lntfUir
.> fL n £
^Lirry C—pl sl at 0 only part ct these 6)ispton»ff
experienced. An s rcrueJy for sU such cam/J*
Plcm's Golden Msdfcil DuKorery bu lo
ftl cfBects perfect and radical cum. M
la tbe cure cf Breasto* .drr^
j uv£*£Sm
it cures the severest Coughs. nstrengtiwnstte*r**<*
and [wdu tAs M ss A ^ld by dij—**♦*
of "•y.KERCE, M'P-SroET.S'
Invalids' Bold, Bu3bie,>. Y.
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PELLETS.'
099
9 0 0
No ose of taking the Hnre,
oaf diet, or occJrejjj;
Fcr gaawltec, Btatarh* cM
I'sh. U tfcs IkwHoi* Ttgkt-c ®
Bladacss, Sssr E r so Uft saa fl«®
SI&SrfflSi'BSjaifafiS
nSud PorasarefKurtt. In exjAg^'/ra
reaiwlJal power of these i'urrsilTC Pcj 1 if lt ^4
ft qwA or Umm oggsfUv ikelff MMtt r
always rnwli end reliable. This Is not
pills put up In cheap wooden orr** ®lr* *
For all diseases where a l*a"" T A„.ncJ»riu (*
Paraatlve, U Indicated, these
tho most prrfrct tat IsCiftion. Pm* •7 SfTkJpeal* 1 '
K. V. PIERCE. M. D.. P®orrihW orW*
and InyaU-ls' Uota. liuffho, N. Y- ._ A
m
turhaacc to tlie ronstltntl
sometimes
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH RE*®!
ment y«t InrentadwithwblchflolJ®'_ pl-I xP ft
airrisd biob rr snd rsm®'the ;|
g srti of the sdleeted nsssl U >'}
m or caritie; taenf 'fwo «
sot to use* containing no **<**°L, Ko •
poltom.
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