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'r "lc D ttv Review as Mm largest
t,:.e circulation, of any newspaper
'':.' a vilke city -of Wilmington.
v that Victoria Mcrosini
v -m;-.'?irir'e ana -uiinuppy.
ifrhincfc Capol ha just pased
. t a At ' . I
:iUi roue-stone on too patn-
C ilhf ''in. American actress.,
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Hov::j.nrKCi j ueatrc. la ijouuon:
Paul iM-a, flio son of Editor Dana
married shortly to Miss Dun-
''- i (ianki'ier of William Butler
Genera: Jacob D. Coxvthan whom
f,w suldii-rs are belter thought o! in the
UVs: wh3 once was Governor of
iltciJoiJ nottoyote for Mr. IMaine:
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The peo'ie of tho Territory o
jlonUna vpte.l yesterday upon the
question !: adopting a Constitution
cadet' which to ask admission as a
i'-itf inh the Union. ' .
Juan (.iallegos i3 building a huge
xire ce!hr near San Jose Mission, in
Anmia ccunty, tJal. Nearly 100
bricklayers are at work upon it, and
thee si will be at least; $50,000.
the Blaine so-called business
parade in New York Wednes
iiernoon there were not less than
.1,000 rail r .,:td employees, compelled to
urn out by the railroad .jobbers and
cnwjKuisis who pay their wages.
Mrs. Ilerukofridt, the wife of Alexan
der lierckel'eldt, recently found in des
iitutecir u rn stances in Chicago, proves
!i tut a tiis c e of Richard Wagner, the
fanpoT ( .1" fame. Her maiden , name
wis ! rothea Braekliaus. .
Mr. (ii'vka W. Childs. publisher and
l-roprieiur of the Philadelphia Lcdqtr,
a ail well known for his benevolence
ami philanthropy, promises xto collect
enough money in this country for the
restoration of the church at Stratford-
on-Xvon, England, the' birthplace, of
Gen. Grant, who is writing an ac
count of his ' battles, sai4 recently
that he enjoyed writing more than he
ever enjoyed anything else in his life
More than fighting?" he. was asked,
and he laughed and answered heartily:
"I never liked that."
It is reported in New York that the
enjazement of Lord Vernon to Miss
Fanny I awreoce may fall through on
account of the , dot being insufficient.
Mr3. Lawrence thinks that half a riiil
liou is ample to pay for a title for her
daughter, while Lord Vornon holds
the money is insufficient to support the
title, as he has hardly a sou of bis own.
'IVc need the means for organizing
our pirty in this State,'1 wrote a lead
ing politician. An answer came
promptly by telegraph: "Will ship to
day one barrel whiskey, one gross St
Jacob j Oil, sure cure for bruises,
sprain.-!, etc., and one orator; invoice by
TO NSW ADVERTISE tfEMTS.
I'R C 5 MXis Card
oi l North State Forever
W Yates Xcw Good
J E tiUAxt Skating lihik f
'iF.:xsBfc.R(iER Bookseller and Stationer.
F C MiLLEa Friends and Fellow Citizens H
Then; was no City Court this morn-
orth Carolina covered hejseif with
' ry yesterday!
Br. steamship Elstow, Robertson,
Rbieh arrived here to day registers
1 tons. !
Wilmington a3 overflowing with
Soo-J catured white mfenthis morning.
The Republicans were sombre, sour
Tfcere-wa received at Dyer's this
oming the finest line of neckwear we
nve ever seen and aro being marked
10 retain at very reasonable prices f
'Jplin county glorious old Duplin.
s'od nobly by her colors yesterday and
elected her eDtire county ticket, besides
foiling up her usual majority for the
Stat2 and National tickets.
Yesterday wa3 the most quiet
ee'.ion day we have ever "seen, and
list nijibt, outside of a short epaco on
front street in tho vicinity of Kas-
prowiez1 store, the streets'were almost
or durable coloring the walls of
roois iQ beautiful tints, at little cost,
othing equals the Mableine sold at
JAco?rs Depot. ' t
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VOL. Till. WILMINGTON. N. C.. "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1884 ND 264
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day foot op 850 bales.
Old 'Sampson God bless her
conie3 right square td the front whh
1,100 majority lor the ticket. This is a
gain of considerably over 100 per cent.
British steamship Cam Brcat Jen
kin, cieafed to-day for Liverpool, with
4,632 bales of cottoa, valued at $219,
062 shipped by Messrs.. D. R. Murcbi-
Ison & Co.
Tho sal of valuab'e real estate on
Market street, between Second and
Third, appointed for to-dy, was post
poned until Tuesday next, the Uth
inst.. at the Court House door, at 12
The young folks will have an oppor
tunity now lor some healthy recreation.
Messrs. Grant and Ruark will open a
skating rink in the Giblem Lodge build.
ing. corner of Eighth and Princess
streets, to-morrow evening.
Dr. F. W. Potter, city physician
makes the following meteorological
report for the month ended October
3 1st. 1584:
Total rainfall, 63 ; highest tempera
ture 92.5; lowest'temperature 40 7; men
temperature G8 5; prevailing winds N.
E,; greatest velocity of wind 19 miles
The Opera House.
On Friday night night next Lillian
Olcott will appear in the Opera House
in the Shakesperean love tragedy of
Romeo and Juliet Miss Olcott i3 a
young actress cJt much promise of dis
tinction and she will be supported by
an excellent company, some of whom
are familiar to Wilmington theatre
goers. The play is one of the most
interesting of the creations of the "im
mortal bard," and will be presented
in an excellent manner.
We observe quite a fine display of
new Revolvers for very reasonable
prices, at Jacobi's Hardware Depot, t
We regret to leain that Col. D. K.
MeRao is quite sick and confined to his
house. He i3'suffering from a severe
Capt. F. G. Robinson is quit, sick
and is confined to his house. We hope
that be may soon recover.
Capt. J. J. Biwden, who has been
quite sick for the past two weeks, has
so far recovered as to be able to be out.
Mr. W. T. Bray U seriously sick at
his residence on the corner of Red
Cro3s and Sixth streets. His disease,
with which he ha3 been suffering tor
some time, is of an aggravated nature.
The glorious Old North State, which
two years ago so nearly fell into the
hands of the Republicans, ha3 been
gallantly redeemed in this election.
Returns received from all directions
indicate heavy Democratic gains every
where. We estimate the majority at
not less thn 15,000, and it will probably
exceed these figures. Scales and Stedman
and the entire State ticket are as surely
elected as that tho sun rose on election
day and wo have eight of the nine Con
gressmen. Some of the gains are very
handsome. Sampson, for instance, gives
1,100 majority, against le3S than 500 fur
Jarvjs in 1830; Duplin will go nearly as
much, say l.OOOagainst about 750 for
Jarvis; Columbus 700, against 650; and
Richmond 150, a gain of nearly 800.
More distant-counties have also made
remarkable gains. Halifax gains 1.
200, Pende? probably 200, Cumberland
probably 150, Wilson 300, Wayne 150,
and Buncombe 300.
Whatever disaster may befall the
National ticket should there be any-
North Carolina is surely ail right.
Good materials properly porportioned
which are the essential requisites . in
Ready mixed Paints can be best attain
ed by using the N. Y. Enamel Paint
sold at Jacobi's Depot. f
A ,Step From Starvation to
In St. Louis. Mo , a Canadian, Louis
P. Alhman, reading in a room No. 325
Spruce st , was tho happiest man last
night. To a reporter he said, "I was
out of work and mouey. I borrowed
81. 00 from the bar-keeper at DeVota's
saloon, on 4th st and bought a fifth of
ticket No. 70,403. in the Sept 9th draw
ing of Tho Louisan a State Lottery. My
family ran out of food, and I offered
the ticket for fifteen cents no one
would buy when I received the draw
ing list, and found I bad drawn 15.000.
my wife and brothers who had scolded
ni immediate!? recognized my ability.
I and congratulated me heartily. I once
SOlu a liCKet ire iuia euuiu wn.jt onci
raying $1.00 for it, six years ago, for
$3.00. and U drew $5,000 the next day .V
St, Louis (Mo.) "Republican Sept. 18.
At this writing, 4 p m.,"the cuUook
on the Presidential ticket is oot very
encou raging. It i3 more than probable
that the solid South, with Connecticut,
New Jersey anrf Indiana, have gone
Democratic, giving 193 votes, and lack
ing 13 to a majority New York "and
Michigan are both in doubt. The for
mer ha3 been counted upon confidently
as oing Democratic, and was con
ceded 2l" such during the . forenoon,
by Republicans here, but this afternoon
as the returns became more fuliy de
veloped it seemed greatly ' in doubt.
The latest dispatches relative to the
State are that the Democrats claim it
by from 3.0OQ to 5,000 and the, Repub
licans by 10,000.
A private dispatch received here at
1:30 p m from Secretary Gorman says
that New York has gouo Democratic
by 10,000 majority and New Jersey by
2,600, with good majorities in Connect
icut and Indiana. Cleveland is elected.
The City and County.
The election in this city, and in fact
throughout the entire county.passed off
with remarkab'e quietude. In the
city the voting was done principally in
the early hours of the day and there
was not the slightest disturbance at
any of the polling places. The follow
ing is the result:
Frst Division Cleveland, 105;
Blaine, 515; Scales, 100; York, 512;
Bennett, 106; Dockery, 513; Merrimon.
108; Russell 513; Robinson, 105; Man
Second Diyision Cleveland, 00;
Blaine, 450; Scales, 84; York, 461,
Bennett, 85; Dockery, 459; Merrimon.
86; Russell 464; Robinson, 87; Man
Tnird Division Cleveland, 41;
Blaiue 2Qd ; Scales 42 ; York, 284 ; Ben
nett, 41 ; Dockery, 281 ; Manning, 42;
Russell, 280; Robinson, 44-, Manning,
Cleveland, 306; Blaine, 106; Scales,
370; York, 103; Bennett, 362; Dockery,
99: Merrimon, 362; Russell, 110; Rob
inson, 332; Manning, 108.
Cleyelaodv540; Blaine,. 150; Scales,
340; York, 148; Bennett, 335; Dockery,
144; Merrimon. 337; Russell, 145;
Robinson, 347; Manning, 143.
Cleveland, 281; Blaine, 128; Scales,
284; York, 124; Bennett, 277; Dockery
121; Merrimon, 275; Russell. 130;
Robinson. 275; Manning, 119.
. FIFTH WARD.
First Division Cleveland, 206;
Blaine, 317; Scales, 205. York, 350;
Bennett, 201; Dockery, 316; Merrimon,
205; Russell, 315; Robinson, 189; Man-
Second Division Cleveland, 79;
Blaiue, 309; Scale?, 79; York, 309;
Bennett, 79; Dockery, 305: Merrimon,
77; Russell, 307; Robinson, : 79;
Masonboro Cleveland, 61; Blaine,
53;Scale3, 62; York, 56; Bennett, 62;
Dockery, 56, Merrimon, 61; Russell,
58; Robinson, 65; Manuing, 53.
Federal Point Cleveland, 23; Blaine
105; Scales, 23; York, 104; Bennett, 23:
Dockery 101; Merrimon, 23; Busseil,
103; Robinson, 23; Manning, 100.
Harnett Cleveland, 118; Blaine.
192; Scales, 120; York, 190; Bennett,
119; Dockery, 188; Merrimon, 119;
Russell, 192; Robinson, 123; Manning-,
Capo FearCleveland, 34; Blaine,
241; Scales, 34; York, 241 ; Bennett,
33; Dockery, 239; Merrimon, 33: Rus
sell. 243; Robinson, 44; Manning, 228.
Cleveland, 1.634; Blaine, 2 699;
Scales. 1,749; York. 2.882; Bennett,
1.726; Dockery, 2 852; Merrimon, 1
728; Russell, 2.890 ; Robinson, 1.713;
A remarkably handsome woman is
anthrophical movement in Russia to
supply the poor of that country with
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the great rem
edy for cough and colds. ,
Mortuary Keport. '
From the regular monthly report of
Dr. F. W. Potter, city physician 1 we
gather the following vital statistics:
During the month ended October
3Ui, 1884. the aggregate number of
deaths iu the city amounted to 70. dis.
trtbuted as follows : Number of white
males 14, females 12, making a total of
26 whites. Of this number 11 were
adults ad 15 were children. Namber
of colored males 19, females 25, making
a total of 44 colored. Of thli number
number 25 7 were adults and 19 were
Crushed to Death.
A note from a friend and subscriber
at Moss Neck says that on Monday,
while the material train was passing
into the turnout at that place, a colored
boy. about 17 yars offsge, by the name
of Grant Drake, attempted to jump on
the cnr3 while in motion. He fell
between two of them and was instant
ly killed, before the eyes of a number
of witnesses who were unablo to help
him. He was dreadfully mangled.
U. 8. District Court.
, The United States District Court,
Judge Seymour presiding, convened in
this city at 10 o'clock this morning.
4 The following grand jurors were
drawn to servo for the term: O. G.
Hayes, foreman; R. L. Hutching,
David Jones. F. W. Ortman, C. S.
Love, John A. Everett, L. W. Stanly,
T. M. Williams, John G. 'Wagner, Geo.
W. Flynn. G. W. Grissett, Wilson
Bowden, W. H. Cregg, Henry Green,
John D. Woody, J A. Oales. J. J
Gay, and Geo. W. Carroll.
In this court, on Monday, thejustices
delivered opinions, in causes heretofore
argued, as follows:
E.G. McDaniel, administrator, vs.
W. J. H. Bellamy ft als., fiom New
Hanoer; error; judment modified and
cause remanded to probate court.
Wm. Strickland vs. H. II. Draug-
han. from Sampson; petition to rehear
State vs. Hugh A. Russell, from
Sampson; no error.
State vs, Duplin Canal Company,
from Pender; no error.
To every Housekeeper a j good
substantial cook stove is an important
necessity and our readers will find the
best at Factory prices at Jacobi's
Hardware Depot. f
GIBLEM LODGE, Corner of Eighth and
Princess streets, will be open as a Eoller
Skating BInk to morrow (Thursday) evening,
and will continue open till further notice.
Hours from 9 to 11 a. m., for Ladles; 3 to 5 p.
m. for Children and 8 to 10 p. in. lor Ladies
J. E. GRANT, Proprietor.
David Suark, Manager. nov 5 2t
. OFFICE OF
Dr. S. C. Ellis,
NO. 323 SOUTH FOURTH STBEET, op
posite Miller's Drug Store.
Jtsh Soto change of office hours, which ar
as follows 7 to a a m., 12 to 2 p. m 6 to 9 p.m.
nov 5 -
"FRIENDS AM) FELLOW-CITIZENS :
JJAB MB FOR MY CAUSE AN BE SI
lent, that ye may hear."
Colognes, Extracts. Toilet and Sachet Pow
ders, tioap, Tarkish Towels, Toilet Cases.
Full llhe of Drugs Ac. Prescriptions a spec
ialty. At .
F. C MILLER'S,
aug 11 Correr Fourth and Nun sts
" 1 1 r
1 New Goods, New Goods.
J HAVE MADE LARGE ADDITIONS TO
my stock this Fall, and row intito yotr in
spection of one. of the mobt complete assort
ments of Blank Books, Stationery. Fancy
Goods, Pictures. Frames, Musical Instru
ments, Ac, ever brought to this city, and at
prices that will compare with any similar es
tablishment in the Stale.
1,000 Standard Books
handsomely bound, at the very low price oi
59 cents per volume; foimer price $1-50 and
upward. This is a bargain.
To make room we offer 10 Pianos and 10 Or
gans at a sacrifice These instruments arc
ktrlctly first class, new and perfect in every
respect. C- W. YATES,
nov 3 119 Market at, Wilmington N C
Conoley's Drug Store,
216 MARKET STREET.
JOOK OUT, FOB COUQHS, COLDS, Sore
Throat and Croup. Conolov's Cough Syrup
will cure them; Conoley's Cologne always on
hand, also J. W. CON OLE Y.
P. 5. None but the bet Drafts used by
octSI CON OLE Y".
FKESH GOODS BY STEAMERS AND A.
C. Line, now arriving : 5C0 bushels Va.
Meal, 100 ubls Fancy Apples. 10 boxes assort
ed takfs, 50 bbls N. Y. Cabbage, 50 boxes
t anned Goods, 500 lbs Creamery Butter, l.uto
lbs. c. c Meats, lruo Potatoes. Turnips.
rlour, Mill Feed, Lard, Bacon, and Northern
rausage, at bottom prices.
E. G. BLAIR,
oct 27 No. 19 North Seccnd St.
St.. James Seminary.
MISSES BURR & JAMES. Prtnc'pals.
MRS. M. S. CU3HING, Ma&lcal Instructress.
rilHE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION
1. of this School will commence oa Monday,
6ta of October, 14, and close about the third
week in June, 18S5-
Speclal opportunities for learnln the an of
Painting la water colors, oil. pastel, Ac , wl d
be afforded those who desire their children to
learn this beautiful and faehloaaate accom
plishment. Poplla outside of the School ac
commodated with suitable hoars for leaning
Music or Pain ting. For farther paitlculirs
nanire at the Principal. v sept li
J. L. WINNER,
i . 5J V.i -'-4 ili- -
chrono meters,, rioo watcoea
and Jewelry repaired and warranted.
uppo&uertew aiarxet, xrontot.
Old North State Forever.
gtECTION I-OVA.U INDtciTS point
correctly so drink Cletomer, ginioke Can!
IL Cigira avd be happy.
OLD, OE"IHSTATE ALtO!7,
nov5 li South Front Sueet.
QF ALL KINDS AND IN AST OUASli
ty. Whole--al3 anl Eetall t ROjpK BOTTOM
prices. W. Ei SPRINGEeI CO..
10. 21 Jt Market Street,
Wllmlqxfoa, N. C.
Creamery Butterecj Flour I
Fresh and of most excellent qusilty. Every
good housekeeper will give thisprepar
ation a trl 1. 35c. per paokajre.
CAPE COD CRANBERRIES,
ELEfi A NT SUG AR-CUttEl ME ATS
Hams, Strips and Shoujjders.
Fulton Market Corned Beefj
Large Fat Mackerel,
Orders from the country Hilel promptly and
with satisfaction. Wc propose tdj suit you.
P. L. BRIDGERsj& 00.
1 lO North Front! St.
WILMINGTON & WELDON It. R. CO.,
Vir.MixoTON, N, C, No?. 1st, lSiL
rjpHK FORTY NINTH ANNUAL MEETING
of the Stockholders of the Wilmington & Wol
don Eailroad Company will belhcl l at the
Oftice of the Company in WUnhlngton, on
Tuesday, the lestb of November, li$i. ,
nov 3 tdm .). W. THOMPSON, fect'y
WILMINGTON, COL. & AUG. RjE. CO,,
WiLMlSGTOK, N. C, Nof. let,
rilHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stock
holders of the Wilmington, Collin
bli A Av.
hc'id at the
gusta Railrovi Company, will be
Offie of the Company, Jn Wilajnston, on
Tuesiav, the ISth !ot.
nov 3 tdm
J. W. THOMPSON, Serf
pRE3H, YET WEARY, BY COjNTINUAL
handling of those heavy COOK STAVES, and
the way he has been snatching out Hbatkus
is ast .n'shlng, even to ,fnon-porus" mer.
More left and more comine. '
PARKER & TAYLOR-
PURE WHITE OIL.
244 Bales Cotton at Auction
M. CRONLY, Auqtiojieer.
BY CRO LY & MORR1
under the Inspection cf the pgen ,of ihe Ur.
dewriter'sforandon sccouatoi alllconceriied,
241 BALES STRICT MIDDLlNGjjCOTTON,
but very slightly damaged by ire ind water
Ex Br. t. ship, CARS BBEAL VAlU be sold
m iota to sui purchasers. ; i
oct29 4t 29,31, Nov 3, 5 j
New Coodir !
Linen and 611 1, all prices, stanj
1 free of
Applique Designs, TasecU, Pohfroocs and
Felt, Flush and Satla, all coTorl
Work. Notions. tc
MILLINERY Hats and Bonnet. Sfjaw,
Felt and Velvet and Framia for ui iihig.
Wings, Blrij, TIpr, Ac ,
MISS E. XARIStER.
QN THURSDAY, NOV. 0th) 4, at 11
o'clock, a. m., we t III sll ujon kdler ley's
wharves. (Wt tide of therivftr) Ut order and
iron csx frlendi ca asy a&d ail 'sstjKl;
msra! Interest bat . w
Th uss of tte writer must alwar bt .
tlsbc4 to Um KdCtox. , '-V: - -
CofBiagnTcaCcra x&ut t mne c ca
6a j of the pspcr. v :
Fersoc&nue avjtt be toi!lJ.: '
Aiul HU car-etil3y iirt!cnliJy tree
tood tt At tos JtiStcr Zoe not rwr rsdcj a
tis Titers cf conxiinilcnt tr)- r fi t
ta the e4if orlil c-oluc.v" ' '
S H. Trimble,
STOrK AN D REAL, ESTATE BEOKER
pc2 A v tic-Beer of cccral &lrrchaoi:5 ct .
Try Ue-srrlntion- OCic cottier frit y ami
Water ttrcris.l Crcnty .t M rfsV cM tjn J.
FerKuial a'.tetjtt?n given to ak of banes and
vehi lea ei prrvais sa'o or at ncei!o. Con. .
ssmncT.t3 soi:)cIte.i. fcETIJ Vr.-WAVfS.
t :pt iJ
Two Nights and a Matinee.
Friday & Saturclaj-, Nov. 7 8.
Snj-tjuiicet exiroiNllnary rt tha ibaxrctpjr
Vourg a inerlcu Tragedienne,
ua icr Urn mara&emcnt f'f liOLANI I, TAY-Ll-.UKE,
supprttd by a .crcat tomtuny
FRIDAY. EVENING, Miaicspcare's iraracrta!
. ! loa tratnly , .
ROMEO & JULIET,
J Li.i h r. . . . 'J M 13 Lllinn Olcott
Bo m u. . . . J Mr. H . F. Bairoughs
tfTL'UD'AY LVKNING :
I'ysruiiilfon ancl Galatea.
GALATK l. LllUt Olcrtt
PYGMALION. ...Mr. W. r. Lu.rrJt ght
IJtilUer's LADY OV .LYONS.
PAUI.i N F.i . . ...... .. .MIsb 1 Ahxn Olcutt
Cl.AUDL MKLNOTIK. .Mr. W. F rnrroUAla
Popular prices. Jjc.it s en ml at Helm-bei..
Ker' cn Thursday. Matinee prlcesSiand CV,
and doors fr cn ai I.3J. hot 4 St
IQQ BBLS. API'LFS,
11 a LS. POTATO J!d.
MUST BE SOLD.
W. E. IJAVIS & SOS'
j AND A. -,
!- ! New Milliner !
HAVE RECEIVED AN. INVOICE OF,
NW MILLINERY, consiitirg of Felt, Velvet
aud Straw Hats at.d Bjiinets In tho latest
fctyles. Also, Fancy Feathers, Ostrich Tip
and Plumes, Pompous, &c
MIS PUITCIIKIT, a II rat cUes Milliner,
from one orTJX Unrest Millinery Establish
mems-lnthft country, has charge cf roy work
room tiujX cincs highly -recommended as a
lady c.f 1.1 te and t-tyJe.
i MUS. KATE C. WINE&,
No ill North Second Street, .
rov 3 tt Let. Cheetnut and PrtncCKS sts
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BY CRONLY MORBIS.
Partition Sale. .
JgY VIRTUE AND IN PURSUANCE OF A
aecrce of the Suncrior Court of Niw Ifr.nrK
county, in a certain ex parte special t rocced
ing there; pending, wherein Frederick J. Ixrd,
ArmandiJ. L'cacssct, William L l etioseet,
and others are the petltlaners, X. as Cointntg
sioncr uqder said decree, wlii o'fler for ealo to
the highest bidder, at the Court House door.
in the city of Wilmljijrton, at 12 o'clock, on
Wednesday, thcathdayot November, 18S4, a
lot of land situate in said city, beginning In
the WeM line oia private alley, which opens
into South 6ide of Market street between roc- .
oad a-r.u Third streets, at apoint 19 feet South
lroia Intersection of said line of bald alley
with Market street, and runts log thence South
with eai t! line of said alley If feet, thence West
parallel with Market streets feet, 7 Inches,
the nco North "parallel with, fee snd street 17
icet, thence Eaet parallel with AJarket
street ts. feet, 7 Inches m lcglnnlng, being a
part of ;Lotio. 4in Block 153.
Tcrm3 pf SaleOne fourth of tho purchate
niOECv to be raid in. cesh, balance in thrco
equal Iribtahnenls, in 4,8 and lii month, rc
fpeclivcly, from day. of sale, purchasers to
j'ivc t.cl.- for deferred payment drawing In
tercet from d.iy ol ealo st rate erf tight per
ecu'. A. J. DfcUOSser,
cct 3 tjt. oct 1, 1.V 17, 21, nor 3,4
Above ea'o la poetpoted until Tue6dy text,
Vcvenrber )lin, at ihe Court House Xoor. & t
12 o'clock. nov?, 3t, wtn raon
M. CUONLY, Auctioneer.
BTC CRONLY & MORRIS.
- o - ' .
Y VIRTUE OF A DSCKES OF THE
rt' j;erior v-uui v tv iinr nau TCr COUCiy, In ft
-auc there leading t efbre the Cterk between
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cr.?. diifefcdsnta, I a? Commissioner nndcr said
uecrec, win ur r icr saio to the LJghcn bid
dcr. at Hit; Court IIoue door in tno rli nf
Wilmington, at 12 o'clock, on Wed cedar, f
inu ui) ui ,uiaucr, BJt lliai 10VOT 1
tltcate --hj siii city, tglnnlDg in t.'tf - '
line of Marke street, 'i icet ASt froyf
tersection with Eastern Hoe of frecoau tw...
aud runhlng ttcr.ee Eaet wUh Market street
K lef t. th(n h.r.r. th tiArallot wllh ka
30 feet to u brick wail, tUtuco Wc&t wl;h ssld
wall: -2 ftet, tbence Sowh with aill wail
s7 feet and incbet tt & bri-k bu ld'cg,
thence -with the line of tail bulldlrir Eat 4
a ad 7 laches to a Will, thence South Hltb s;ill
wll atd the West line of another brick built
lrg 16 fee and 9 lechea to a stone wall, ihexu-e
Weft with paid etoae wall 45 xctt. a no the .co
Noith parallel wish fcccord sirect JtK fett
beginning, tieisg part vt Lou Jios- 1, 2 anu 3.
la iiiocs iM. ewd lot will be dirldod by a
straight line runnlcg from North to Ssuth,
aud oll in two eepaikte parcels; the Weti 1 u
or paicei baring a front of 23 fet oa Market
street and waning bzrX the tima width JSfc
and the utt loi .ts&rhvg a fiout cf 5t5 Xcetcn
Market and runkia teti, Itlaj 2i feet
Plat of a.d lotcan t:c.cedratolHce of Cros'y
&. Morris. . -?v-uv., ... ..
Terms cf Sals tOceiotuts cf iuchaVe
m.ney to bs i-aii la nh,l tfsHnce in three
eq oai k.taiii&ct xa e vi--Ll moitas tk
pciirciy tromdtv otssf?, rrtf i&tr to gte
nolo for deferred payrnesr, dis. r. latcrc&t
from day cl site at ra;o oi v. :- . r t.
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OCt 3 It- oct 3, 10, 17, 4 XOT-C, ! V"C
Above sale is postponed until Toestlay eqal
November 11th, at the Court House Ujor, at
12 o'clock. nor 5, 3t, w tlx moa
james u aiuiug atu wne i.nzi u. alundfl
Msry C. Lor, Xm. L. Deliosset. Jr., and
or hern, vhietSU, and Frederick J. Lord," Ar
mand.I. Defloi&tt. John U. London ii.iiaV.ih.-
s.id building 23 leet and 7 Inches, thence West
with the hotthern Sine of satd biJidini? s nt