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TELEGRAMS.
TENNESSEE "MOONSHINERS."
A ytCOlTI TO CXAM DintACDIKO THIOOY
EMUtcrr —THI notorious hoboas,
AFRAID THX MVKHt'k OTFlCKM WILL
KILL BIX.
A Nnshvflln, Tenn., special, Nov. It,
is as follows : Revenus Agent Jacob W*«'
through heretosday fr##» Jnck
too eoonty for New York, wbevt ha has
l een summoned by telegraph a* a wilncs
While in
ler
tobacco fraud canes,
be visited uader • truce, 'he «o
fllicit distiller Campbell Morgan,
Jn loiae
«>; ckson
i orious
Who commanded the wildcat force* u» th*
J'eek fight of An gust 24, 25 end 28, and
t. und him amoug the bills and hollows ol
Roaring River. Be told 'Vagner be wee
anxious to give himself up, end would do
if aasured be would cot be pereecn ed
iio account ol t be Peek fight- He bad
quit illicit djetilliug, end suid be d'd do
-iteud to do any more ebeoung.but woo.d
i .at keep out of tbe way of the revenue
'raiders. He claimed to have been way
laid end watched in the hills, and did pot
J.et safe anywhere. He was afraid .pecis(
deputy Davis intended killing him oc
*ieht- He exhibited letters purporting to
come from Davis to that efface. These
Jet or? are said to be forgeries, and written
t 3 Morgan by some designing person, with
evident desire to keep Maryan in ter
ror and at all times ready for defensive
operations. Davis assured Morgan through
his father that he did not intend to barn,
him in the leaat; that he had a warren'
for his enest, and, if taken, he would treat
him as be would any other prisoner, that
the letters and stories told him to tbe ef
fect that he intended killing were false.
'Wagtn.r lad that six distilleries bad
destroyed when he left, and fourteen
arretted. Many of the moonshiners
Promim-m
so
an
teen
men
were giving themselves ep.
citizens are endeavoring to bring about a
compromise, end so put an end to tbs buai*
ness.
Frank Lane, a young mechanic of Bridge
port, ebot himself In the head on Sunday
pore, »uw ..... ..__
eTsnlne, after bis dismissal by bis swset.
heart, Kittle Martin. The latter 1* an au
tractive girl of about SO years of age, who
. , . . . _
work, in a paper bag factory
On Sunday evening Lane called on h*r at
the br-nee of J. Dunning, where ahe boards,
Mr. Dunning, who wa* In the parlor with
, . , __
t*tsm until within ten minutes of the trag
edy, noticed that they were teasing and ban*
taring each other a great deal.
■r^i^d^and^ne slaDUedTiltos Mwrin >> in
t,' thi ahJd«f not bJ"
litve >. ft "did It In b*d u moer bai it m ▼ rtu
thP x]an angered her In^telllDff tb»t U le
stAmk h P .r «:^t wol.l^f ! ef me, were
married. Then she told him that she want
Itsrire her worfl°.h. 0 T^k off ieMigaT'
» h ent ring and ttirew it in hit face. 8 8
Her words and manner roused Lane to a
itt'iden freniv. When she tossed him the
ring be stepped to tbe Sow and locked it,
then be pulled out his pistol, and, dropping
bis knee* at the girl's feet, pointed tbe
A DISMISSED SUITOR'S SUICIDE.
on ns Kins at a ein'e »in awd moor.
Ik# HJMSZLT.
on
weapon to hfs head and fired.
Tbe shoes so terrified her that asms min
utes elapsed before she could rise from the
sofa or utter a sound. Then her wild shrieks
quickly brought the family to the room and
a policeman from the street. Lane was
alive but unconscious. His death It mom
entarily expected.
HANGED BY A MOB.
Memphis, Tenn. Nev 12,1578.
A special deapatch to the Memphis Tenn
Appeal confirms the publication mad* of
the bsnglng of Floyd Smith end his wife
Martab (colored,) by an armed mob of
thirty or forty peraons, on November 4,
three miles eouthweat of Hernando, Mtaa
Both the T'Otlmt bad been arrested and
lodged In jell at Hernando on ft* 20th Oc
tober, charged with murdering a little
white girl, six yeara of age, whl-h hi d.
been left In their care by Its mother. A
post mortem examination of the chtld re
veiled the tact of its skull having been
brakeu. Rumor gives aa a reason for the
murder ol the child that tbe negro*-* were
Instigated by tbe mother of the cnlld, who
would Inherit a large property estate on the
death of her offspring.
DISCOVERY OF A MURDIR IN OHIO
Cincinnati, Nov. 13.—A special ssys
that lotsuse excitement exists st Fort Wash
ing ton, Tuscsrswas county, Oblo, over the
discovery on Sunday last that Mrs Beat, a
respectable Widow, had been brutally mur
dered the night previous She started on
Saturday night for her sou's house, half a
mile distant.
Tbe body wa* found the next moralag,
hidden in a pile of rails, with tbe neck dis
F'cated and finger marks about the throat.
Sasp cion reels ou # neighboring woman,
wno, it is said, has been jealous ol the Oe
rta«ed, suspecting Intimacy between her
husband aud Mrs. Best.
VOLUNTARY RETURN OF AN AB
SCONDER.
A special state* that George C. Thomp
son, who absconded In 1875, while county
*l*:k of 8tepben*on county, 111., and for
whoae arreat th* supervisor* bad offered
$1,C00 reward, has returned voluntarily and
given himself up to the authorities. He bas
bean living with bis family on tbe Pacific
Coaat. HI# bond Is fixed at (4,000.
BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH.
Amy Sherldsn, the setress, Is dead.
1 Th# Berlin ■ -respondent of the Pall
Mall Gazette telegraph* to that Journal that
th* Russian mission at Cabul, Afghanistan,
nat not been withdrawn.
INVENTIVE iOSD».
or wnt SGfO* w«o
nmmioBS or
ADD*D IfBCU TO TUI mCHaWKAL
m
man
WOILD— 50TID ISTWtOIS.
gome ot the more noted isrenUosn that
here beep nude, hate bean flenned sod
executed by WUmlngtonisns, and the great
extent of excellence that many of tbs Inven
tion* put in tbe field by our rit *"os here
attained is not generally know*. In tbU
article It Is our lnteation to speak briefly of
tba many Inventor* of Wilm.ngtoo so far aa
they can be recalled,
A good many years, almost beyond the
recollection of masy of our old »»d
[ e ettisans there was a poor mechanic is
Wilmington named Oliver Ev«n*. Haw**
a handy man in bis way and much devoted
to his trade. He was at one time em
ployed to build a doek In Philadelphia, and
lor some purpose constructed a iteacstn*
else from his own idese, luring never
oce. A'ter uaieg this for rsrious purpose*
be pot it os s acow with the the necessary ad
ditions, and h»d a eteamhost that for speed
was eTen superior to that ol Samuel Fitcb,
who bad died a ten years before. Mr
Evans also eoosructed the nuclei elevators
which are used in grist mills
Dr Hayard, who was atone time Mayor
ot WHmiogtoa, at one t me corstracted an
air .prlng used In cars that w«# not only a
success mechanic,llv, but equally to in a
9n»ncial poini of View It wss sold for
$30 000 and is atlli looked upon as a good
contrivance.
Mr. W D Chestnut, somewhere near the
time that Dr Hayward's air spring ap
twared, invented s machine to measure dw
tlBces, and wb'ch were you to fasten It on
juur baggie, voulttell tbe ex re: distance
travelled. Mr. Chestnut also brought
outs ear coupler, the object nf which was
that, were au accident to bapp-n. such as a
running off the track, it would instantly
uncoup'e Itself.
Mr. E D. Williams made an explosive
bullet, which attracted considerable at'en
tion from tbe Secretary of War, and during*
ibe Rebellion large orders were filled for
the Government. It WU a valuable Inver,
tton, and one from wbren tbtre mieh' have
been w-neb mon^y made. At Mr William*'
death, however, amne other parties under
took tbe manufacture and acted In a very
dishonest manner with tbe owners of the
*
YOU
car
•stent.
Thomas
Frobsbly the most valuable Invention or
former years was that of Mr. Gtlpln, fo
tbe manufacture of paper by machinery^
This Invention, in a treat measure, lighten^
ed the expense of making paper. This wa
before the day ot patents, and tba work wa*
carried on with the m,ut profound privacy
for fear tbe invention would be stolen.
fears, It appears were not groundless
for On* night the place wa*entered by some
enterprUlug New Ee ' levs, v jo took
dr**lnseof t^e D)a''ht: , and i_us made
th-c i r p r y
An)0 Dg tne other Uventkras of former
years may be ment'or ed a lock and also an
instrument for computing longitude, by
Jacob Alricb, formerly a post master of
wllm)D?WCi a pU , Dt saddle by
Q] ogow; a reaping mach'ne by Jesse Ermy
nd •«" C4rrla * e doore by
During th< pan dec-.daour Inventors have
been very numerous and prolific, and have
tamed oat feme mArkablw cortrivancei
Foremost smertr t hem cornea cur old frieud
Dr. Wm. Fi d., whose most wonderfal con
^J on f *,^J T " .^nttnn^whtah
4^4, hl^ refl^Wf.m.lS
W UI d ° * n ? UC !' n'""•V m*?? 1
"'■''long. To-p »k o -.1 of Dr. Felds In
TIBtions separately would go oeyoi d the
sp.re to wh'eh t'.is ertcle is restr-cted.We
* l11 mention a f * of them, bo*ev.-r. Tbe
mn T import-, t are n-tv .nd improved
ttl bodl of working iron ana steel,a ptoecss
1-ainer can be tanned in three
\j> WlilCU
days' time. The doctor also in connection
with tbe late James Vion'gemery, invented
an explosive substance, much
powerful than common gunpowder. The
latest eon'rivance we believe originated by
him Is a hoLtlrg apparatus, which he had
patented In connexion with a Mr.Kerbaugh
hit co-inventor.
James W.lson, of the firm of Wilson,
Wood & Co.bad a valu ble invention worth
88,000, which consls s of a process of man
ufacturing tin powder cans The earn:
gentlemen has an attachment to water
coolers that is a success
Charles Griham s the invenior of a bsu
draulfc eleystor, such as Is used In large
hotels. It is very well spoken of at d seve.
ral are In use In this city, where they give
much satisfaction.
A very good co 1 dump"r it tbe contriv
ance of W. S. Bullscfe. There arc aeverol
O'her inventions lor the same object in this
city, principal of which are those of Mills
& Coombs, and Ntvin H. Curry.
Tbomas 8. Savtry h.is contrived an ex
pansive pulley that Is Ingenious and widely
celebrated. It Is used on paper rolls to In
crease or decrease tbe spe<d,without ebang
Ing tbe belt.
more
Mr Henry, of the McCullough Iron Com
pany bas worked out a process o' cleaning
and polishing sbeet Irou as It comas from
the rolls, and It Is said to De a very good
plan.
Among the other Inventions lo which we
have not time to re'er seperately ft tne Im
provement on the steam engine, by Gover
Uir Hnettoo and H H Wlckerseam, a atee]
drill by John Pierson, a rifl- k yDr Gall,*
eh-r, a v-!u»be plow by the life Mr
Ha na, and several luventions by Johu
»rt)0.
In conc'us'on we must say that Wilming
ton Is well represented so iar as mechanics
go, and she has no reasoosto be ashamed 1 1
her loventors.
"EIGHT WEEKS IN EUROPE."
Mr Benjamin B. Johnson.President of the
Yourg Men's Christian Astociaiion, will
delivers lecture in St. S, Andrew's Church
this Thursday evening, at 7.80 o'clock, en»
titled, " An eight weeks' trip to Europe."
Th# proceeds are to be devoied toth#
aral fund oi th# Y, M. C. A' Tickets, 25
cents.
gen
AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS.
Atwo year old colt belonging to JoLt
Morris residing rear the Welsh Mount-on*
In Esa' Nun m s' township, Che* erCounty
had Its eye put out by corn stubble.
Patrick Welah ol Pennsbury township
Chester County found an old watch In bis
corn field 1st* ly, which was nude In Dublin
Ireland in 1443. It was prnb.bly lost by an
English officer during tbe Revolution.
Go to hear Prof. Murdoch's lecture aad
reading to.nlght in the Masonic Tempi*.
CLOTHING:
CLOTHING.
=
yOTJ DO WANT
"*■ AND you can obtain
Goods
PRICES,
AX
LOWEST
'9
N. W. COR. FIFTH AND MARKET.
Who has the largest and beat sire* of Clothing tor Men s Yomtn'a Boys that oan be
L Men's Pine dress from 11075 np.
Boy's suits * I'!® *£■
/ pants " -76 up.
m 75 cts up.
(bund in this city.
Men's working pants from
" " suits "
" basin
50cts up
8.76 f
Children's punts
THt STATE AND EASTERN SHORE.
Work on tbs Delaware and Chesapeake
Canal Is going on rapidly.
The burnt Odd Fellows' Hall at Easton,
will be rebuilt In tbs Spring.
Down the State counterfeit half and qnarj
ter dollar* ere flowing about raptily la
abundance.
The Dover people think tbe plan of tbe
* 40 m dl train north doea very well so fer
as It goes.
Right Rev. H. C. Lay, Bishop of Easton,
who has been Indisposed for tome time past,
1$ mnch better.
Thomas L. R. Hewam, of West Chester,
Pa., baa bought the E'rabls farm, Id Cecil
county. Md., for $10,000.
D'. T. J Holloway baa sold a farm of T5
acres In Parson's district, Wicomico county
to D. J. Holloway for SI,080.
" General Cast," a hers* belonging to
General Humphreys, of Wicomico eounly,
died last week, aged 88 year*.
Tbe gunners have been busy down the
State since tbe expiration of tbe game law.
Rabb«a are quite plenty end partridge* are
tbe reverse.
An eldtrly colored man from East New
Market, Md., while out gunning last week,
accidentally ibot himself, and died In a
very ehort time from the effect*.
A 408 acre tract In Wicomico county,
known at the "Jones Farm," belonging t*
the estate of J. D Williams, ha* been sold
to Winder Heatings, of Delmar, for 16,049
—115.44 per acre.
Had the race trsek of tbe Homewood
Driving Park near Newark been In good
condition there would have been tome trot
ting last week. However tbe matter la In
definitely posponed.
Harman Taylor, colored, of Honga river,
Dorchester connty, wss lost overboard and
drowned from the aclooner Memento Mori,
on Mondsy morning last, between No Point
and Barren Island.
The farm In Shrewsbury Neck, Kent Co.,
533 acres, occupied by R Kemble, has been
sold to Mr,. Cl.ra V Rives, for 86 100:
the farm adjoin*, t*0 %cre§, occupied by J.
H. Wolfe, has been purchas'd by Dr. Dud
Up, of Delaware City, for 15,000.
The bod, of Mr. Edward Pryor, second
of the wrecked ste.mer Expreas.
'' r ° Ueht *® B ' ,tlmnr * F Mt,rdl 7 ® orB -
t na . on the steamer Maggie, for interment,
« rDt ^ own tb e bay Tuesday night
to recover'be remains of Dr. Birch, of St.
Mary'e coontv, which hrve been burled on
Hoi and's Island. Mr. Pryor was last seen
endeavoring to save Mrs. Tarlton and child
&tn!d th e flying timbers, Immediately after
the boat went down, and as one of bis arms
Is broken It Is thought ha perished at that
time. Be was looked upon at one of Balt
more's safest engineers.
LOCAL NOTES.
Snttcriey copies pictures to ary size.
Plcursst for holiday present* at Sutter
>«S>.
A special meeting of the Board ol Educa
tion this evening.
Sutterly's Is the cheapest and best plaes
to get pbotoeraohs.
Smoke Chapman's three cent aromatic
Havanas and be happy.
Finest flavored oys'ers in the city st Gar
dener's, Seventh and Shlplsy.
Eve-y boy goe« to Sutterley's for photo
araphs. No. 308 Market street.
If you want slaaDly opened oy6tera go to
Gardener's, at Seventh and Shipley.
Go to hear Prof. Murdoch's lecture and
reading to-night In tb» Masonic Temple.
Go to besr Prof Murdoch's lecture and
reading to night In the Masonic Temple.
Oystera, 33 sents per quart, largest mea
sure In the city, st Gardener's, Seventh and
8hlpley.
Those wishing life size crayons for the
holidays had better send In their orders soon
if they do not want to be disappointed, as
our orders are coming In fast, flutterley
309 Market street.
SOCIETIES.
HSETTNeS this(thcbsdat) hvbnino.
Jefferson Lodge, No. 3. I. 0. O.F. a
Odd Fellow*' Hall.
Mattghoon Tribe, No. 1), I. O. R. M at
ucCUry's Building.
Keokuk Tribe, No. 3, I. O. R. M
Marts' Building, Hth and Shipley 8ts '
Eden Lodge, I. O. O. F., at hall, 3rd and
King streets.
wiloilneton Division, No. 1, S. of T„ in
McClary's Building.
Hope Council, No. 3. Jr., O. U. A. at
Jr. O C. A M. Hall, 511 Market street.
Lady Washington Home Communion, 504
Market street.
Wilmington Grotto, No. 1, S. and
A. A., Bradford's Building.
Clayton Lodge, No. 4, K. of P., K.of P.
Hall, 411 Market street.
at
Smoke Chapman's threa-cant aromatic
havftnjtf and be bappy.
WANTS.
WANTED.—A second handed aaf*. Give
address In full. This offlea. D. D.
It,
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS AC.
■4
S.H. STAATS,
NO. 40* MARKET STRUT,
HAS
J ast ReeeiTtd an Elegant Stock
OF
Fancy Hosiery
FOE LADIES, GENTS AND MIMES
Also, Opening a Large and
Well Selected Stock
J.
-
OF
LADIES, GENTLEMENS AND
OHILDRBN'S
Merino Underwear.
LOWEST MARKET
RATES,
TH« VERT
Penona would do well to call and
make a selection while the as
sortment is complete.
507 MARKET St. 507
J. T. WILSOH
Has just reeelveu n fail line ef
BLACK CASHMERES,
86,6', 65.75, 80 aad 8100.
BLACK ALPACCA,
20 25, 85, «0 and «5,
PLAIN AND FIGURED DRESS
GOODS,
frem 8 np to «6 ee*ts.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERS FOB GEN
TLEMEN,
WATERPROOF CLOTH All best shad m
rom 60 o»nt« to SI 0)
SQUARE AND BLANKET SHAWLS,
A ruU line.
WHITE ANDCOi.ORED BLANKETS
from 81 5n to i5i>j
WHITE aod COLORED BtDSPREAD,
WH.TL FLANNEL*,
TWILLED and MEDICATAD
FLANNEL. FLOOR TA
BLE and STAIR 11,
CLOTHS LADIES
CHILDREN
AND
G1NTLEMEN3 MERINO UNDER
WEAR in great varie'y,
CORSETS all sizes,
a, 60 65,7 1 . 87,1.0", 1.25 end 1.50.
MADAME FOY'S IMPROVED COR
SETS
A SPLENDID ASSURIMENT OF KID
GLOVES 1, 2 and 3 buttons'
LADIES LtCE SCARFS. COLLARS
and ( UFF8 in great variety.
FRINGES, BUTTONS and a general
sortment of Trimmings,
• for yourself,
RED
as—
Call and see
JOHN T. WILSON
507 MARKET UTRKK
Black and Fancj
Silks.
We are now offering an elegant line of
Black Niiki ?
From 63J4 eta. to 82t35
FANCY STRIPE SILKS
^}S,"!;?® t . dara 7 le °° lor * and beBt Shade
f „® nt8 snd upwards GOOD. Abi
amt nT. UCaCK CAttH MERE, at5"cent
thAPATreH^r ,u LACK riOLORE
ot l S e new6Bl shade# at vet*
Bargains In HOSIERY
w.nimskl^e?y oh^' 1 pal
the •*'
CAMPBELL'S,
2U MARKET BT,
Otsriffly
ORDINANCES.
A N A® N in B o{SA4^te
th£ D tme 0 a nd* A ma5nek E o^k ^h!
payment of bills against this
CITY." „ „ ,
Be It ordained by the City Council of
*BeSlou l? n 'That the oidlnenoe entitled
"An online' ee to regctlat* the tlae end
manner of the payment of bill* Jtaalnat
the City." pawed January 22, lfTt, *•
amended August 8, 1875. *ud neptember
«, (875. be and the same is hereby iurtUer
amended by adding thereto the following
sections, to wit:
Sictiou 2. Tbe City Council nay
uunmous consent dtrccl that all b 11
reported as correct by tbe Committees and
tta? City Auditor, shaJl be read in their or
der, and the County may, upon a single
motion ay a rt her, direct the drawing
of orders in favor of the persons present
ing said bills. All bills ah ch hslTb# ob
jected to during the reading, shall be
acted upon separately. .
section A All ordinances or parts ol
ordinances Inconsistent with this ordl
nanoe be and the same are hereby repealed.
Passed at tno City Hall, Oct. slit, iS78,
Jl. L. LlCHT»HSI*Ut.
President ol City Council.
Attest—Edmund B Fraser, Clerk.
nov8 2t
by
Is so
SHERIFF'S SaLES
OHERiFF'B BALK,
By vtnue of e writofLevsul Facia* tome
ire* ted, will be exposed to Puoilo -ale,
at t e Hotel of Win. B. Ford, at K Irk wood,
Pencsdsr Hundred, New Castle Oonqtj
Del., on
TUESDAY, tbe 12th day of November, A.
D., 1878, at 2 o'clock, p> m„
in
The following described real estate via:
All that c#itali. »rui »r tract ol land sit
uate lying aod being in Pontauer Hui-dred
County of New i ssue and mate of Deia
ware particular lv bounded and deecrioed
as folio** to wit: Beginning at a large
blaoc oak tree corner of Oaten D. Jeeier
and William B. Calhom's land, and run
ning thence with the lands of said Calhoun
south 87 8-40 de<ree* west 280 7-10 perches to
a stone In Cantwell Clark's line, thence
wl h hi* tins south 1-4 degree* east St 44-lb
perches to a etone in Joseph Sapp's line,
thence with ale and William J. Hurlock s
laud, norms 14 degrees ea.-t 74 perches to
a stone, and south 32 degiees east .80
perch-s to u stone, a c roer far David 1>.
Wa d'slan 1, tnence wlm hia lao s -uth
88 degrees easi«5 2 10 perches to a etone. a
coiner ol George W, Walker s land, thence
wttn hie land north 7 • 1-4 degrees east 68 6-10
perches to a §t-rat In a private road, thence
with theeald road dne north i» perches tw
a stone, a corner of John McCormick s
land th*noe with hie land north 40 3-» de
degrees west 28 8- 0 perches to a »'one
thence north 48 1 4 degrees east 8T 7-i0
nerehee to a stone end parslmon stamp,
thence south U 8-4 degrees 4 7 .0 webes to
ft BtuDe ooruftr o! the laud ol the Rev. WU*
liftm Wllllftms, ceceaved. the»ce norin
degrees west 82 7-10 perches to the place of
beginning, containing one hundred and
forty-eight acres, more or S4>t, witnafnune
hence and other out-bul:dlugs,
eeteed and taken in execution ss the
property ot Si'll I tain Ktrkley ad -ar«h J.
ktrkiey, his wife, and 1.1. and to he sold
by
IJ2. AC GRUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Offloe, New Castie, OoUber 17, 78
gHBRIFF BALE.
By virtue of a writ of i.evsri Paeios tome
directed, wilt be exposed to Public bale at
tne Hotel of William B. Ford, at Kirkwood,
in Pejcader Hundred,New castle county
Del. ou
TUESDAY,tbe 12th day of >ovemb*r, A.
D. 1178, at 2 o'clock p. m.
The following described real eata'c viz:
All that ceit-l-i lot or piece (f iau 1 sit
uatein the town of St George* on the
south side of tbe roa-l leading from St.
Georges to Delaware City, bounded and de.
scribed-a follows to wit: Beginning a*, a
sismeano corner fora lot of
Garmop. aha 43) :#3t from the Junction of
the 8i. ue jiges aud lie aware City road
with the Odessa Road running thence
with the said One south 423 40 eas 150 feet
to a stage in iand for rerly o' Henry L.
Packard and then* e north 47 3-12 cast 6
feet to a stake theme north 42 *4 J west 160
fe^t toast ke In south side of the afore
said i-o id iheuce wltn tire said ro d couth
47 3 -id \v -st 50 feet to the piac- <>i beginning
contaluingseven thousand fl'e hundred
square feet more or le-s, with a liame
house and frame stabling thereon erecte-.
Seized and taken in execuii in as the
of Phillip Redden dtcuastd, and
Itedden mrvlving mtuigagor of
property
X-aoella
Phillip Redden deceased, ana i (
(Thomss H. Gould Admr. of I ldillp Red
den iWesed, Ac.) and to beeoiti by
ISAA"OHl'ill: Hleriff.
Sheriff? office Nerr f astlo. Oct. 17, 1878.
gHEKIFFSAUS.
By virtue of a writ of Leva:: F&c;n3 to
me direct-d, will dp exp ae * r<j Public
sale, at *be Lafayette Hotei, Ml Shipley »t
kept by John J. l'ougnerly, in tne el'y of
Wlimingion, Few Castle county, Del., on
SATURDAY, the lt$ day of November, A'
D. 1878, at(2 o clock p. m.
The follow'.nz described real e-tate viz:
Ail that c rteinlo* or pried of land sit
*ra*e in i- e city of W.ljii.jg-on a.oresatd,
b-uadrd aud described ss tollows. to w ;
Beginning at a joint on Iho nor*h westerly
ide of Jackso*) i-treet at the distance ot 160
reet sou hwes trly from ihe routhwesterly
•lieof 'h l'cr« avenue, ibence north
westerly ''-..uilri w th chall-rirfis avenu*
184 eet tt liicnes to a Comer ther.ee contli
we6leriy parallel wllh Jacks ro slreet 5o
leet to » corner* f Jacob H. Weldln's laDd
and thenc southeasterly by line of said
Weldln's lami parrilel with Gi flu avenue
7*4 feet 6 1 dies lo me aforesa d side ol
Jackson street, and then* e thereby no'tb
-asteriy 60 feet to tbe pace of beginning
b. thecimtenis iheieof whattcey may.
"etzea and taken **s tne proDertv of
homas Y. DeNoriuandle,surviving mort
gagor, and 1.1, and to be sold by
ISAAu GItUB3, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Offloe, New Castle, October 28,
1876.
^HERIFF'd SALK
By a writ of Venditioni Exp -n. a to me
directed will be expoied to Public sale, at
theLatayette Hotel, 'o. 641 Shipley st-ee
•ept by John J. uo gherty, la tire City o
Wilmington, New C*st e County, Del.,
SATURDAY, the i6th day of November,
A, I) , 1678, at 2 o'clock p, ro,
on
The following described rori estate viz,
mi.iV*' Tl^hi tit 8 estate end Interest o'
William i*reen, being theequil ndlvidec
o-ie tkir i part of all that ce-taln lot v,
la *1 s toat-.' In the city of Wilmington
New Castle County. Delaware, bounded „
follows; Beginning at a p int on ihe east
erlv side «f Shirley street between Sec
ond and Third streets at a corner of land
lute of Ste hen 8. Southard now of
■ 'harles Gre*n and William Wll-on Jr
•hence along tbe said land, easlerlv 41 feet
'hence er utherly parallel toShiple ' -tree
U bet thei ce we-t«rlv parallel to Third
*treot 4> feet o the aforesaid s cl- of "hip
bystreet and henc.» at ,cg mid -id« ■
--Id street north-rty 20 ieet to the piac3 o
beginning, v
oi
a*
Seized and take a In execution as the
property of William Green, and to be sold
J S \AC GRUBB. Sheriff.
Bharlffs Office New Caarie, Oct. 'X 1676*
MISCELLANEOUS.
GOLD MEDAL
has bean awarded at the Parts Exposition
of 1878 to a
J. & P. COATS,
for tbelr beet Blx-Oord Spool Cotton, con*
firming the eet'mme piac d upon their
goods at all tbe Worl rr, ExpcEiil'-ns, from
that at london, 18*2, t'. the centennial i>.
peeltion of 1.76, where they took a diploma
for 'VDi EKl >B STRENGTH AND EX.
CELLE NTQCtUTf.''
Toe Second Prize of a Silver Mtda! wg,
taken by the SVIlllmuntlc Linen Company
which claims to be the special champion
ot American Industry, ana which has «t
tenslveiyadverti-ed a Grand Prize Par*«
Is.
NO GRAND PRIZES
were
awarded for Spool Cot
ton at PARIS.
Me r «ra. J. A P. Coat* have e-tab'lihed in
°awtncketP. I., the largeat (spool , otton
Mi Is In the United states. Every process
of manu'aoture, from the raw cotton to the
finished -pool, is conducted there. J |,ei r
American-made bpocl Cotton took i «
sward-t the Or.tenniat. and while (bey
have never c a msi special merit for their
American-made Spool oottor rv,r tiat
raa.iufne-.ured In their tcotch Mills, we
have the sat,i'action of announcing ihH
they have so identified themselves vrth
this country, that
AMERICA, a* represented
by J, & P. COATES is still
AAEAD IN SPOOL COTTON.
Auchincloss Brothers,
Sol# Agent* in New York for
J. ft. P. COATS.
MEDICAL.
py
Ui
GO
i,
I
.o
Mtncril Prisons, en-1 tbeir eflhets *re «tdlrikd,
and rigorous Ik altti and ssound e oMl lt ntloa wjfe
Ushed. ItmlpelM, Seinrbeem, ttru Sore* fcwtj
er Bauch tUiOn short, all dlaearea caused by Jm
blood, arc comiucrcd by ibia powerful, purifying, ud
^ET'Priri'i'r UaaU manifested It, po.eucrin^
Mim er Thick Hack, and F"lsr**d Stok
If you fbcl dull, drowsy, debUiWted, hire njlov
col»r of skin, or yi Uowi»h-brown spots oo fact or
body, frequent headache ordiutnma, W UWl
mouth. Internal heat or cliUl* alternated wlti not
hushes, low spirits, and yloorny foreboding*, Inofusr
appotite, r.nd tongue coated, you are sussnng roj
Itarpld Liven or •'BDleowm.* In mtny cue* £"
'Liver < rafei " only part of these symptouuuv
experienced. As a remedy for ell such cases, w*
Pierce'* Golden Medical Discovery has bo equaL**
It efiect* perfect and radical cures, ._,
In the cure of Breeckltla, #*verw Ciw«ba snj jw
early stages of CeeemnUes* It bas istontowl tM
mciuealmculty, and eminent physicians jironQ^cc*
It the greatest medical discovery of tbe sge- J
it cures the severest Coughs, It strengthens uis ir*"®
and garlic* tbe bleed. B M by druggists.
R V7PIERCE, M. I)., Pron'r, Worid's DUpoW!
and Invalids' Hotel, Buflilo,71. Y.
*
\\e*c#s
No nee of taking the large, repjlttvtnsweous pffl*
composed of cheap, crud e, »n*1 balk yrine ^^^
These Pellets ere ecaewlv tower than mmura ^
Being entirely vcgetsbiriin l*f!^{?L < thout ^
quireU while using them. They operate 'H. c y P »tion.
turbance to the constitution, diet-_ej. " report
For Joundlec, neoda.Fe, C«Mipril»"'
Blood, I'uln In the hkonldero, Tl«kl<w*« « lu j
Diszlneor. nonr tructaliono from too eoxo 1 ' | 0B
Terte In tta Month. Iiilloen nltarUa. Frinla ^
of Kliurja lull mu! Fever, BIon*«d fe*ri n f,, c ^l
Btosin. h, Ibuh of Wood to 41r «d, l»ke "*• J 1 ', thf
Pleaount I'urgntlre I'eUelo. BLi!5 , Prilets*v er M
remedial power of these FOTgatlv® Fejlets tkell
great a variety of disease?. It niay bo eahi " ||0t ,
action upoM the nnlwnl economy U 11 *'•"77 Aj t
gland or tlaoue coeuglng their oonoUve «•*» u 0 B,
dots not impair tbe prqperUesof bottles*
They are sugar-coated an*f inclosed In™|red fck
their Virtues bring thereby preaervedunlinpa^ ^
any length of time, in any climate, «o {P^f^Vitli
always fresh aud rellnble. . T1) isD not'he a | oI(t
rills put up In cheap -wooden "LPi* Altera"'®* '
For all diseases where a girt
Fnrgattre, It Indicated, these INtf? whmwI***.
the most perfect satlslhctlon. MdySIffffneassrf
IEHCE, M. D., PROP'mtV orlU s Dl»i*
' Hotel, Bultolo, N. Y.
SIZE
Of
PELLETS.!
0 0 9
009
K.V. P
and Invalids
assuS&a-ggs
lines*, mental depression, loss of appe' 1 onlv '
tlon, enlarged tonsils, tickling eoagKH^ nt p, snf
few of these symptoms are likely to lie pf** 1
cut at oqo -t_
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH R eWEI) JL
may be snuffed, or better appliedI by th* of ln»' r "
PtZBCE'S Dc-iiciic. This ,,o
ment vet Invented with which fluid medic ,» «ll
carried HIOH CP an.t r yCnCtU\ -^n-jhc < .'K
parts of the affected nasal InJS
accoraD&nylng e%ch Instrument Pj ^
tsrrh
■cagwhy a
total. Bo®
pessary and

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