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P. Johnson, Editor and Proprietor The Daily Gazette Is published afternoon «Sunday excepted,) at 416 Market street, and served by eurrters to subscribers i all purtM of the city and surrounding towns and villages, for six cents a week, payable weekly. Yearly subscribers, In ad vance. •O Thb Delaware Gazette, established ln 17H4, is the largest and most nourishing weekly paoer in the 8tate, an<l has a larger nrr ulatiou uian any other on the Peninsnla. Fubllshe«! every Thurstlay afternoon, at#i fo.* y oar. Ir advance. May 7, 1877. Tub Fampulbt Laws—I. C. Grubb. Esq.. Secretary of State, has been very diligent, late and early, in his efforts to get the laws, passed at the last session of the Legislature, printed and distributed by the meeting of the May Term of the Court of this county. They will be dis nibiued to-morrow, makes about four hundred paies, this is very expeditious work ; and it is doubt ful whether it would have been done anywhere else in the same time. It cer tainly could not have been done without great sacrifice to the officer having it in charge. This sacrifice the Secretary has willingly made to meet the interest of the State and such people as required early copies of the laws; as it required ttosmall shale ot the time he devotes to bis pri vate iaw practioe, the sacrifice has not been light. This expedition is certainly very creditable to the Secretary and the Stale Administration. As the volume The New Board of Health, we fear, is not likely to give as much attention to t lie interest of the city as the old otief There was evidently too much small political trickery displayed in the fomia tion of the new Boat'd and its early or ganization. Mr. Thatcher, who represent ed the Seventh ward in the old Board, ' onld have been retained out of respect for the service he rendered the city in his efforts to have tlie Brandywine water free from the poisonous chemicals which were emptied into it at the mills up that stream. He discharged his duty faithfully and did a good work in stopping this. Through his efforts Messrs. Jessup & Moore have been induced to put iu a sewer through which the horrid stuff that has heretofore been emptied into the water we drink, will be carried below the first dam and emptied into the old race on the north side of the Brandywine. It is hoped the new Board will see that this work will he carried out to the letter. ' Caught at Last. —Our special des patch from the Indian country brings the most welcome news that has come from the prairies for years. That most able and dangeious chief Crazy Horse has come in to the reservation with his enor mous band of twelve hundred warriors under five chiefs besides Crazy Horse him self. Wha apprehension, labor and sufl ering is saved the army aud tlie borderers by this surrender no Eastern man Imagine; what the saving iu money is to a country which spends somewhere in the neighborhood of a million dollars for every Indian it kills on the field inay be estimated without much trouble. can President Hayes and the Army. —The New Y ork ITaridtakea exceptions 'o the P/esident'ädeferring the meetingof Congress. It says : "The President has issued his proclamation eanvening the houses of Congress "in anticipation of the day fixed by law for their next meet ing,"and calling upon them to assemble at noon on the 15!h day of October next, in this proclamation lie gives his for thus convening Congress, and states it to be the fact that the Forty-fourth Congress finally adjourned "without making the usual appropriation for the support of the army for tlie fiscal year ending June JO, 187$." In these words lie plainly condemns his own action. Of the "year ending June 30, 1878," more than one-quarter part will have expired before the date fixed by him for acliou t>y Congress upon the question ot* making or not making "the usual appropriation fur the support cf the army." The Presi dent therefore calmly assumes the right of keeping up the army for one-fourth of a year without the authority of the only body which can legalize the support of an army by the United States. It is a matter of common notoriety that be does tais for the political convenience of his own Administration, verlaus reasons But it is a pretty question whether the people of tais country can afford to allow an Ex ecutive to usurp in this way the constitu tional power of Congress to "raise and support armies" even for one-quarter of a fiscal year ; the President himself hav ng explicitly staled that no appropriation lias been made for that purpose to cover The question is whether any army at all can he lawfully ''raised" or supported in this country hy the authori ty of tlie Executive alone, cress, in tlie exercise of its own exclusive and absolute that time. lien Con to raise or not to powe: raise, to support or not to support an army, has deliberately chosen not to make uiiv appropriation fur the support of an IV The objections railed by the World seem sound and well laid. T he precedent dangerous one. But we have had many such have g precedents that the people grown insensible to tlie danger that may arise from them. Still we hope that on the way to a return to the »institution as it w; we are formerly construed audio safer times. But it seems strange I * 'at a call should tie issued at this early day for a meeting of Congress in October TUE DIVISION OF THE OTTO MAN E \1I*1RE. It now looks as if Russia had deter mined to gettle if possible once and for pvprtlip nnp«rii.n« ist ioftiw» hflUinon h-r ever the questions at iisue between bei and the oppressor of her Christian allies, by wiping the Mohauuneilan power from .. r ., . . ^ . the map of Europe and thus realizing also the great dream of Muscovite am bition. What resources Russia has to maintain her naval power upon the Black Sea are almost wholly unknown, for she has carefully guarded the secret. But in 1S70 she gave notice that she considered . ... . . the Treaty ol Pari9, which restricted her armament, as no longer hindiDg and more than six years of unfettered pre v , , .. parution may have produced a force that « ill surprise the world. r Nothing but the presence of such a «aval force to carry supplies accros. the Black Sea to her advancing legions, on its southern coa t, is necessary to her rapid and victorious march through Asi atic Turkey to Constantinople. The capital once taken, the appropriation of the European provinces would be easy enough, aud the fall of the eastern por tion 01 the empire would almost certainly follow. Will the other nations consent to such a sweeping conquest? The affirmative answer seems possible now for the first time in history. England if we judge rightly after a most careful scrutiny of tlie public indications, will only make opposition enough to make sure ot her own share of the bocty. Egypt is anxious for an English alliance, and has long been maintained by English capital; if England can therefore appropriate that portion of tlie divided empire, she hope for nothing more. Austria will be quite content with annexing theprovinces on her southern and eastern border._ Persia will occupy Bagdad and extend her whole border westward. Germany, now the only rival in many respects to the great Russian Empire, has her heart set on extending her dominion to the sea in another direction, and if allowed to appropriate Holland, will abandon the Turk to his fate. Nothing remains for France but Palestine, of tlie Holy Places, so sacred to tlie whoie Christian world, aud to bring Jerusalem and its surroundings under tlie protection of tlie Catbolic Church, would tickle the national vanity and gratify a large and powerful party in the French Republic. This, aud to be let alone of her old tagouisl until she can match her in the field, will be all that site can exact_ Journal of Commerce. can To be mistress an Ani iknt Jswki.s—Rbi.ics that iad bbk.n Bi'hird 2,500 Years.—T he N. Y. Journal of Commerce says:—The retsep tionjlast night was,as usuals a succès. The lailiesand gentlemen of New York crowd ed the galleries at the opening ef the Cesnola collection. Although much has been written about the great discoveries of General Di Cesnola at Kurium. the half has not been told. Last night, for the first time, these wonderful relics of art were exposed to the view ofthe mod. world. There are gold bracelets of exquisite workmanship, necklaces in beautiful patterns, earrings and finger rings by the hundred in forms of beauty fit to make a modern lady crazy with en vy, pendant like lockets of delicious shape, silver belts, corroded and in frag ments, hut gleaming with engraving in gold, and having the curves ofthe forms of the Cypriote ladies, silver bracelets and armlets in piles, gold and silver cups of artistic beauty, an endless catalogue of splendor, which has lain buried 2,500 years, and is no shown to prove that there is no luxury of modern times parsing that of old days. The Museum, iu securing this collection, has placed iti self ror a level with the old museums ot The wonder is that all these superb works of art belong to a period of time hitherto Europe. known to art Studie». They antedate tb century B. C., at which time oar knowl edge of Greek art heretofore began. The •ther collections of the Museum hare been rearranged. The Castellan! Majo, lica remains oQ exhibition, and the pic ture gallery contains a series of great works. The Mu«eum has never been attractive as this spring. middle of the sixth as An Old Will Comes to l.tght. Co!. Henry Becker, an old Borgomas ter, landed in Philadelphia in 1741 from Rotterdam, and associated with one Philip Barton in a colonization scheme, brought 30,000 people into Pennsylvania, many of whom settled i n Berks county. When he died, besides having three mil lion dollars in bank, he left .. . property now on \ ork avenue, from Green to Vine streets, in Philadelphia, all hand somely improved and valued ateountlese thousands of dollars. Before passing away he left a will, devising all this property to his only sister, Anna Barbara who resided in Kuehliei 8he wi îr Bo landau, inarmed to Ludwig Maadler. At her death and tliat of her liUNhaad. a f«w years after the colonel's demise, her sons, Ludwig ami George, took posses sion of their farm. They rarely referred to the property in America, and soon it became like a tradition to them aud their friends. In »lue course of time tire chil dren of these heirs emigrated to Ameri ca, and took ur> their residence in Wil liamsburg, N. Y. in Febausry, 1H7G, by the merest accidental notice of a marri a paper was discovered the where abouts of Peter Hammersclimitt, who was remeraberred as having left the old country .veins ago. The Williamsburg rrote to Henry Burkhardt, of Phil, adelphia, and through him discovere.il a Party who knows of the existence ofthe will left by the colonel. Tlie heirs have obtained a certified copv fit n power of attorney granted to Mr. Henry Burkhardt in the year 1832, signed hy all the lieirs then living of Anna Barbara, sister ai sole heir of Col. Henry Becker Pr oeedings looking to ilie' recovery of the property have been instituted. ' :ige heirs d Rev. Dr. Grosvenor W. Ileacock, for thirty-two years pastor of Lafayette st l'reshyterian clqjrch, in Bulfalo, died , lerdsy aged 50, yes The Triumph Trn«i Is a marvel of mechanical ingenuity and accuracy ai d hence if properly a<(justed will hold any Hernia in practice, when the Triumph Rupture Cure, will infallibly and speedily ture it. These wonderful appliances are wld at Chestnut itreet,Philadelphia and EH Boiwery, Now York ; where the Trust U warranted, and the Cure Guar - anteed. 8entl 10 cents for Descriptive Book, to either office, tt. ft A HjH10AOS. p^^iLTlNfOltF RAlL A ^OAD GTUN A November 27th, 18ft. Trains will leave Wilmington as follows Fid ladelphfa and Intermediate Stations, h.io, h.oo, 9.52, io.4ö a. m. 2.30,4.30,7.20, toi 9.54. p. rn. Phlla. and New York, 2.02a. m. 12.14,12.40 ' 5.46, u. m. 1 Baltimore and Intermediate Stations 12.52, 8.39 a. m. I a »"dlinore and Washington, 12.S2, 1.H 0.3:* a. ni. I2../I, 1.26, 5.19 p. in. Trains for l>olaware Dlvislan, leave tor: | p .^ w Castm.Aoo,«.». 9.M, a. m. i.3e, e .30 Wyoming and Intermediate Stations, fl.no, 9.35, a. in. 6.30 p. m. Delinar and Intermediate Stations, 5.00, 9.35, a. m SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, 8.10. a. in. 6.00. 6.30, p. m. Philadelphia ami New York, 2.02 a. m. Baltimore and Washington, 12.52,1.55a.m. For further information passengeis are referred to the time tables posfea at the depot. ILF. KENNEY, Superintendent. Q I. HUSH, HAS REMOVED TO 229 MARKET STREET. A LARGE STOCK OF WATCHES JEWELRY, AND SILVER WARE, hand. ^onuiantly *?■" REPAIRING promptly attended to D. S. THOMAS, Extractor of Teeth. Formerly Actant Administrator or Ni trous Oxide Gas with his Brother the late Dr. F. R. Thomas, at the Col ton Dental Association. Practice Exclusively Confine» Extracting Teeth, WITH FRESH AND PURE to NITROUS OXIDE 6AS. A LADY ATTENDING. Office—No. 905 Walnut street. North sld Philadelphia. mar 13 « harleM Nperht, Wei'S Beer Brewery, AM) Bottling Establishment Corner of Seventh and DuPont Sts. Wilmington, Delaware. Private IRmllles served dally with Bottled Lager, Porter. Ale, Weiss Boer, *c. Orders left at H. Feldmeler's R, K. corner or Heeond and Walnut streets, will receive prompt attention. SPECIAL NOTICE. S- Jrl. STAATS IS NO LONGER DOING BUSINESS AT NO. 417 MARKET STREET, BUT HAS REMOVED TO HIS NEW STORE, No. 405 MARKET STREET, THREE DOORS ABOVE FOURTH, Where he has opened a large and well lected stock of SAMPLE AND FANCY TRIMMINGS f'UiLie Merino Underwear , Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, - Zephyrs, Hidings, Ties, Etc arl4-d*wtf ' 8e 1HE TRIUMPH TRUSS CUMPAHÏ ! 1315 Chestnut St, Phil AMD jT 334 Bowery N ew Y ork V Are curing rupture In from 30 to »0 days, and offer *1,000 lör a Ruptur, ttiey cannot cure. Mrs. C. A. M. Burnham A. M., M. D., of 22 years' experience, Is in charge of the Ladies' Department. The Triumph Truss has been »warded the dal at all the fairs where It has been ex hibited. Examinations fr len Order sent by mail or express. Heeendce. cents for h -sew Book, at either office. me fflKP-SSirt Jt is nourishing and sustaining: can b used with or without milk ; the effect tha Ridge's Food has upon a delicate constttu tion Is simply marvelous. Ridge's Food is recognized by the highest authority world over. Every label bears the signa ture of WOOL RICÏ1 &.CO. In cans. 35c : 65e.; $1.25, and $1.75. nov23-ly-eofl. ' PIAXWS. I'lAAON. For Ac. XJi>wards. For* i^4o and Upwards For Cash or Instalments, at ROBELIN <fc BRO'8 W A REROOMS may mai UP STAIRS STEPHEN DOWNEY, HUB .FACTORY Wood Turning:, Scroll and Circular Sawing. Brackets, Cabinet and Carpenters' Turn ings, and Ship Turnings. N. W. Corner Third & Tatnall Stg. W I DM I NOTON, DEI., Wantrd.— dum Timber suitable for Wheel Hubs. febl»-3m. SU EU I FF /'ALE. I QHERIFF'8 SALb. Ö By virtue of a writ of 1*1 us. Venditioni Expomwto me directed will i»e exposed to Public Male a tue LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Ml «htpley St., kept by Heo. W. Orilip, in the city of Wll - mlwgtoii» NewOamlc emmtr. Iielawnre SATURDAY, THE 1UTII DAY OF MAY, 1K77, at 2 o'clock, p. in., tne following described Heal Estate, viz: I All those two certain lots or tracts of land ' sluiated In the city of Wilmington, New Castle county und Slate of Delaware and formerly bounded and describ'd as follows, to wit: No. 1—Having story brick inessuugo thereon erected and beginning at a corner of land now or lute of Win. li. Wiggins, on the easterly side of King street at the distance of foi ty-aix feet ten Indies from the southerly side of Seventh street, thence by Ills land, south fifty eight degrees east one hundred and twelve feet six inches lo a corner, thence south thirty-two degrees west eighteen feet three Indies to a vomer, thence north fifiy-eight degrees west one hundred and twelve feet six Inches to the said side of King street and thence thereby north thirty-t wo degrees east eighteen feet three Incites to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they No. 2.—Beginning on the of Front street at the «listaneeof t wenty feet from the westerly side of Tatnall street thence westerly along said side of Front street seventy-one feet to a stake, thence northerly and parallel with Tatnall street, eighty-one foot to a stake, thence eusterly and parallel wltli Front street ninety one feet to the said side of Tatnall st real, thence southerly along said side of Tatnall street twenty-two feet to a st «ke, thence westerly and parade* with Front sircet twenty feet to « stake and thence southerly and paral lel with Tatnall street fifty-eight feet to the place of beginning, la* the contents within these hounds more or less. Seized and Ulken In execution as the pro |>erty of .Samuel Barr and to he sold hv ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff 8herifTs Office, New Castle. > April 26,1877. s apr27-3tawts. three »rtherly side SHERIFF'S SALE. O B.v virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, directed, will be exposed to Fublic : ■ ■ 8ale, at tlie LAFAYETTE HOTEL, Ml Sfcipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortlip In the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Del.*, on SATURDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF MAY, 1877, at 2 o'clock p, m., thefoilowlngdescribcd Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot of land with a three story brick dwelling house thereon/d iu tlie said city of Wilmington ho and described as follows to wit: Beginning at the south west corner of Eighth and French street, thence southerly along tlie westerly side of French street flfty-slx and one half feet cle iMialed untied inches to a coruer of James Elliott's land, thence westeily along his land and parallel to Eighth street eigh teen feet one and a half inches to tlie centre oiparty wall between this and theadjoiding promises on the west, thence westerly through the centre of said w'all and parallel U) French street sixty-two feet eleven and one half inches to the southerly side of Eighth street aforesaid and thence thereby easterly eighteen feet one and a half inches to tlie p'aeeof beginning, be tlie contenta thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perly of Carrie r. Leggs. surviving mort gagor and as Executrix of Joseph L. Beggs deceased, and to he* sold by ^ ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. SherifTs office New Castle, April 26th. 1877. apr27-3tawts QHEKIFF'R BALE. kJ By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to ■ directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, Ml Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, In the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Delaware. Wednesday, tlie 9th day of May, 1877, at 2 o'clock p m., the following deacrihcd Real Estate, viz: All tliuL «criai ii lot or piece of land with two two-story frame house* thereon ed, situate in Die city ol Wilmington bounded and described as foi lows, to wit:_ Beginning on the southerly Hide of a fifty feet wide street, laid out purallel wah and at a distance ol one-hunored and fifty ice northerly from the northerly side of Lob dell stieet. and opening Into Heald and Clay mont Hin eta at the distance of ninety two feet six Inches, easterly from tlie east erly side of Heald street, thence southerly parallel with Ilcald street seventy-five feet 10 * corner Blent.® easterly and paiallel with L»bdel) street tillrty-two feel six In. ones toa oorner. thence northerly parallel with Heald street seventy-live feet to the aforesaid side of said fifty feet wide street, and thence thereby westerly thirty-two feet six Inches to the place of beginning, i»e the contents thereof what they may the use of the alley. ete. Seized and taken in execution as thepro perty of James F. Brennan and Sarah E. ills wife and 1.1., and to be sold by m It ^ GRUBB, .sheriff. Sheriff*» office, New Cattle April 21 lh77. 0160V* Hi, apr24-3tawts. S HERIF F '8 «ALE By virtue of a w rit of Lezari Facias to me directed will be exposed to Public Sale at me LAFAYETTE BOTEL, 841 Shipley St„ w v,° rt ,"P. In the city of Wilmington, New Castle county, Del., on Wednesday, the 9th day of May, 1W7, at 2 o'clock p. m., the following described Heal Estate viz All tlml certain lot or piece of land with a two story frame house thereon erected situât^ in the city of Wilmington aforesaid bounded and describeii as follows io wiL— Beginning on u>e southerly side of a fifty feet wide street, (laid out parallel with and at a distance of one hundred and fiffy feet northerly from the northerly wide oflyot* lull and opening into Heald and Claymont streets) at the distance of seventy-five feet easterly from the easterly side of lleuld ïfï£n l f îï r en V e Koutherl >' and parallel with Heald street, seventy-five feet toa oorner auü P arall el withLobJeli stieet fifteen feet to the westerly side of a two and one-hall feet wide alley, tiienee y . , al V llg • sai ' 1 a, ley side parallel wltli Heald street seventy feet to tlie afore side of said fitly feet wide street tiienee thereby westerly fifteen feet lo the'place of beginning, be the contenta thereof what they may, with the use of alley, etc Seized and taken in execution 'os the property ol James F . Brennan und 8arah E., his wile aud t. t., and to tie sold by «norm**, m l? AA £ QH UBB, Sheriff. Hherifi s office, Now Castle, / Apr! • 21,1877, 1 apr24-3tawUs. S HERIFF'S SALK ?, f , V rit at Lf ' vari Fadas lo the 6 ^ ' W ** exr ' os<4d 10 Public sale Lazayktte Hotki,, 841 Shipley street kept by Oco.W. Ortlip, in die city of Wil mington,in New Castle county, Del., Wednesday, the 9th Day of May A.D., 1877, at2o'clock, p. m. the following described Real EsUUc. smr J r n a ! n i 1 °, t or plece of la,ld wi th story bilck house thereon erected « I i n i x''Hy of Wilmington, bounded ami described as follows, wit: Beginning at a point on the n»»rtherly side of Annie street at the distance of two h unci reef ^.d thirteen feet easterly from fhe easterly side of Ilcald street, tiienee northerly and lel to Heald street seventy-two "rot u, l southejl v Side of a tli.-oe reel wide alley thence along said side of said alley wesierl v twelve fee- to the easterly side of another 3 leet wide alley leading from the lirtt mem tioned into A.nple street, thence along said side of seid alley leading Into Apple stieet souther y seventy-two feet to the aforesaid northerly side oi Apple street and tlicncc therewith easu-rly twelve feet to the plae, hf heglnnlng, he Uie contents what thev ma> wiih tiie free use of alloys, etc. Seized an 1 talren in execution os the pro perty of James F . Brennan und Surah F uis m ife and t. t. ai d to be sold bv I8AAC GRUBB, Sheriff. — Castle,) on viz: Ail that a two situaie 8h v rlff's office. N April 21, 18: apr23-3tawu. SH EH I Ft' SALE'. The Hotel of HENRY D. PAULIN. In Uao town of Odess 4, In 8t. George's I Hd., New Ca« tie county. Del., on Saturday, Pith day of May, 1877, at 2o'clock, p.m., The following described Heal Estate, vl/: 'A lot of land situated In the village of Odessa, in at. Georges Hundred, New Ch* tie County and State of Delaware, on the east side of Main street, ad|olnlug lauds of Mrs. Murtha A. Hayes and Patrick O'Neil, with a front ot about two hundred and flftv feet on Main street, and running back east crly about eighty feet, wltli three tenements and other beilulngs thereon erected. Seized and taken in execution nsthe pro-! perty of Josiah Rldgway, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Castle, 1 nprld-eodts * _ _ By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias 10 inodirected, will be exposed to Public Sale at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, W, Ship.ey St., kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, in the city or Wil mlugton, New Castle county, Delaware, on Wednesday, the 9tli day of May, 1ST-, at 2 o'clock p. m , the following described Heal Estate, viz: All that certain lot ar piece of land with two two-story frame houses thereon erect ed, situate In the city of Wilmington, In landed and described as follows to wit: Beginning at a stake on the northerly side 01 Lohdell street between Cluymonl and Heald streel at the distance of one hundred and forty-nine feet from the corner formed by the intersection of the said side ofLob. dell street, and the westerly side ofClav «r«>t. thence northerly and parallel with Claymont street. seventy-five feet lo a stale«*, thence westerly and parallel with Lotslell street twenty-six feet to a stake, thence sontlierly and parallel with Clay mont street seventy-live feet to the afoie said Side of Lol. lei 1 street, and thence thereby easterly twenty-six feel to the place of beginning, bo the contents thereof what Sheriff's office. N April 2S, 1S77. 8 H ERIFF'S SALE. they Seized and taken in execution as thepro wty of James F. Brennan and Harali E. wife, and to be sold by ' ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. perty his w Sheriffs office. New Castle April 21, 1877. aprlUtawts. lTftni ,„ . HOTEL Oh WILLIAM B. HOLLIS At Townsend in Appoqiilnlmlnk Hun dred, New Castle county, Delaware on TUESDAY, tlie 8tll Day of May, tlie followlVig U dea(Tlbed >C Reiil* Estate viz: Mild; bounded by the public re»«,«! leading from Taylor's bridge to FlomlniiiR'** land Laitomus and by land now held by cathar tne Maloy as tenant In dower. Containing one hundred and sixty acres, be the same more or leu*, with a frame two story dwel ilnghouse, kitchen, barn.stabling,cranerv etc., thereon erected. HE RIFF'S SA EE. By virtjeof aw î dlrt'cted. s das. to Public Sale, at the rit of Levari Fa will be exposed to __ ikukynehlfc wi/o, terre "u:rm!nu< and to*be Boid by .. ORTinTi SherlfTB ofllre Y.wraatki B ' BherJff. BncnnB omcc New Castle, I prll nth. 1817. 1 apr2l-3tawt8. A N ORDINANCE establishing and re gulattng the compensation of the members of the Board of Assessment Be vision and AopeaJs. ' WHmlnwSn y U ' e Clty Couucl1 ° r JSSSSt u.«^mte%"f a tK,^.3nT Revision and Appeals for the Cltv of Wil in I ngtoi I as provided for by the Act of As sern bly entitled "An Act to lu rth er amend the charter of the City of Wilmington" passed at Dover, March 21, 1877.ehall he tne Bum of one hundr.'d and eeventy-flve dollars each per annum, payable In the month of May. Passed at the City Hall, May 3,1877. M. L. LICHTENSTEIN, ... . VI, ,, P , r , e8 " ientof City Council. Attest: V m. H. Foulk, Clerk. Seized anil taken In execution 31. JOHN L. M/.LONE, PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS DELAWARE AVENUE A MADISON* 8T8.. WILMINGTON. DEL. Constantly on nano an assortment ot tne best marble of the different kinds which Ha isæ&sr-ss»! förj«"" "> d.e lmslness he flallîrs hlm"ef, that he cun give entire satisfaction toal I who may favor him with their patronage The puhllc are liiviDxi to call ami inswc hl« work and learn his prices. nov27-'76-H g n t WZ n m -•— -I naiift ana Awninir*. 99 ! ROBERT W. BIBTVT TT* The well known sail and awning maker, NO. 7 EAST WATER STREET. î„1°*P r . e .*'.ï rpd f promptly execute all awnings. His sails patent mildew-proof Istenoe. Satisfaction to Ills aprzo-lm. or ders for sails and _ without equal, and his awnings the liest in ex.„__ kuhCKhteed In all orders entrusted I F u o P ENSJ UN A li. H. H. MARTIN, Physician & surgeon. LATE OF TIFFIN, OHIO, H A Nn I im ed , mioffloe 0,1 Market street. JOSHUA MARIS, Attomey-Bt-Lttw, Has removed his office To N. W Sixth and Shipley t w ' TYR.GRIM.SHAW, novl7tf NO ' 826 W,:ST STREE1. comic r api'20-tf. SI K £ B. FRAZER, • . ..J CSTICE OF THE PFapp' AND NOTAHypUDLu ; CB Office hours from 7 ,, , , o'cloek A. M. o'clock, 1 *. m. 3d & MARKET STS SECOND JSTOUY FRONT. to 9 J. L. VALLANDIGHAAi, attorik Y . it ., Ao - 4 ^UmonU'x lUUUUny. ' fc b6-ly JOHN P. R A l lo IIMi J-LA If NJo Ctl2dAw1y *OLK «IO M vkot rstreer. Wn,sii NOT0Ni Pul, a w,^y iNO PURCHASED for Sdmin , . p V ,v i eU "PP»ratus '■'-'-LUXE ' or '"Inilnudcrlng fresh gas ^P;GGSLINXk:nti8t iW Market St., Wil, D,« eprI7-imdAw. SEGO.D GRAND DRAWING. Kentucky Cash Dislfitwlion to I LOUISVILLE, K?„ June 31 11177 CQ4 ft HAH > . * ^//, 4>01U,UUU lïl G iff ^™«n*Dro Wn ,B,„ k , Ü " I Ky., TrchN * 4 I THE KENTUCKY Cash TIUN CO., authorised by , Tl!1 bU j. to Sch'oo lk™ v°K e'f 1 orthe'.'l!" the aecomlof them***!.. Wj K okt * "HI n.... . 11 St* i 1 »vlsYILLE, KV. s 1 T, . DAY, JUNE ItOTit, 1^77 ' A ,, VJ ^1. PUBlICi IRasoa .. . senrur ,7. ' HALL A nL1E * lf ' l:N(s| ltATi \cn', 1 .HI 1 - TIMl.s ' 'ul $80.0f>ft fsv» .YV*?? Only TEN I HEAD THE LIST OEiurrs' j * hrsnil t aai, (;iu ' 1 (fraud Cash Gift - *'>0,n , 1 (fraud Cash Gif, 1 (frand Cash (Jltt 3 ( frnnd Cash (flits *5 0d0< * Grand Cash (fins »f ictif -'llCush (lilts, ai.uno each ^sVoI&^r'h :wn Cash Gifts »100 each WKI Cash Gifts', xw each 1)000 Clt8h ailu ea< h * 72 < ' l4 " h ° ,fl " amounting to | '*'/iotc Tlrkeh »1», //„bus-. 11 * , *0. r..( , Tickets tfliio. Qfdwi PnsitlVptv Inna 90 ion ;: ,a 1 & 1 u »IDVUiy JUad JU, 18/7 And Every 3 Wlonrhs Theres.,« ' OrllflcM.c of »„i»r, i., lrH r< This Is to certify that .1, „ , , r " w, „« the Kentuekv Caih InL Jo f ' sl ,lr »whis of t «kTlaee on then hot 7 '""i" 1 ' Hall Frankfort K • 1 , ,lll,|,r ui" eroi™ mm«l meVi , JJv, P !'" SI . ' wJ l . ,J erx •«•on. nart of U tl%et \' lt i'* % K ry t,( ' kf h reuresentédîn the wheel*'L, b m" S " M ' * Ins was falr v lh " ,r further smte that wsntli . 1 00l " ll * , 'lni. w. vcrTn t ^e. niHM ^ ,"'' !.. . wliat „III, the sum • ™ ," or , ,""»■« 1.01 «upervlsom"wtm«"?ile^ tcct the interest of the ticket fiolder», , l '. ro presldeover the drawing. * Hon. Alvin Duvall, late Chief r„ s , , Sup. Con 11 of Ky. ' " ' ' James G. Dudley, Chalrmun Hoard r,I Hchool Trustees. ' Grunt Green, Cash! Kentuckv. «MlSVllIf 10. 1 •h lo (J ■ ! ilW Farmer's n, U ikol Hp.ï. S." I, M. Major, Public Printer Slats of Kentucky. Hon. Thomu» X. Lindsay, IWi.-J F armors' Bank of Ky. H Hon. Tliomak C.Jonek, Clerk of Court of'^entuoky. 1 ^ Judge n. A. Thompson, Presiding j U( i L .J J* ntnklin Co. Court ^ 1 Court"* G ' Crockett, Clerk Franklin Co.! o'™ ma,, i ^ Ma " p £ W BADHftU/ jl ™ U ' # CO , Ulus. il. HA Y EH & CO., Rend for Circular " enu ,or circular ' OKNKRAL AfiKNTK 697 Broad way, N. y. inay2-eodAwbw. Ü «PK«( KUKKTI.U A'lTKAt riOM OTtr HNlfaNllllon Dhirlttuietf Louisiana StatB Lotte r ÿ tOfftpîPy I Tb'k lnfitltutlon w.ub regularly lnmrpor atod by Die LeglBlaiurc- of Uic Miatv fur , Educational and Charitable parpum» is 18«8. with a capital of si.uoo.nuo, to which .1 has since added a reserve lund of #.*t. r <o,noo Number Drawing« W,1 J toke P 1 ® 06 monthly. It never mite or Look at the following .sclierneK GRAND PROMENADE CONCKHT* during which will takcpluc« tte Extraordinary St mi-annua! Orawing At New Orleans, Tuesday June8, Under the personal supervision and mau agementofom. «. t. hkai hi.mkil »I Loul.i«,.», .».I Go, jl.'uAL A. k *H. Y of Virginia, uapital Frize, $100.0C0. CCT'DIotiot— Pick-ts are $10 Only Halves $5 Quarters. Si 50 JviRhtns $1.26 I.1ST OK PRIZES. 1 f'apital Prize of $100,000 1 Grand Prize of 1 Grand Prize of 2 Large Prize» of 4 Large Prizes of 20 Prize« of .Siros» . 50.i«l 50.000 . 20.000 . 10.000 . 5.000 . 1.000 . 20 . 20.4IOO LO (XiO 20.900 2 . 1,000 300 . 30.000 , 40.009 . « 0,000 . 100,000 m l'«0 _!?? ' " , M I „ >79 t, rI/ a 11 Gen. G. T. Beauregard, of Lu. ) Gen. Juhal A. Early, of Va. i Write for C'ircular« or «end orders to m. a.dauphin, p. u. box.««, n«** ! Orleans, La., or WILLIAMSON & CO., 3,7 Broadway, N. Y. TH1KO GRAND OOLI.AR DRAWINO' , Tuesday July 3. Capital Prize. $20,000. Tickets, cacii. Aprao-2taw4w. 900 200 600 HtO . 10000 ,500 amounting to Comm'D 1 . Fashionable Millinery. MRS. M. A. O'CONNOR wishes to announce to her friends and u* public in general that shehasjurt received a large invoice of Millinery I Goods at lier new store. No. 422 Marsel street, consisting of all kinds. Hats, Feathers , Flowers and Silks, also, a lot of flue trimmed Bonnets and Hats, which she will dispose of at reason able prices. Thanking her patron" for l ,ip past, «lie respectfully solicits a share 01 public patronage for the future. MRS. M. A. O'CONNOR No. 422 Market mrr p 98 apr24-2w. smiAL nouer THE PLACE TO GET TRIMMINCS. GAUSE MERINO UNDERWEAR, Hosiery. Gloves, Notions ZEPHYR8..RUFFLINGS. TIES. Erf., 18 AT Mrs. Seed* Old sla«*«! 417 MARKET STREET. apr25-3mdw. notice. R. MESï^ICK, having removed from his old suui'h ** and King street to stalls W and« «^ rm " "".'îî'efi the Name as usual with the VC [X 1 fresh Bradford county dairy butler, w »ale and retail. Also, eggs and <th cheap as the cheapest. n,a *' *' •St., ^Market House w his customers that he is the rad y t LACK CABHMEIIEH.—1)1 reel the I reporter, a full line of 37^ mere» a'. 75, 87 k'. $1.00, $1.12k, , 0 Vef 1.50. Tiiese desirable fabrics arc at 0 d rices than we have offered for Y ** , *, I '' we recommend them forcogr Vourtii and Market B ity MAPI.KWOOB INSTITUTE. C ONUORDVILLE, DELAWARE CO. p- cH-i®, ™ 8H0RTLm0 Pria A c'^..