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The Daily Oasette Is published every afternoon (Sunday excepted,) at 416 Market ! Street, and served by carriers to subscribers in all parts of the city and surrounding towns and villages, for six cents a week, payable weekly. Yearly subscribers, »3 In &ht failtj 6a«ttc. c. P. Johnson, Editor and Proprietor advance. Th* Delaware Gazette, established In 1784, is the largest and most flourishing weekly paper in the State, and has a larger circulation tnan any other on the Peninsula. Published every Thursday afteruoou, at $2 per year, In advance. Subscribers who change their residences are required to give notice; in doing this Jt is necessary to name (fie plac - or post-office left as well as the place moved to. In a large subscription list there are numerous per sons of the same name; beside the naming of both places facilitates the book- keeper iu making the change. May IQ, 1877. President Hayes. —President Hayes did not receive a very flattering reception at Baltimore, there being only some thir ty persons at the depot to meet and shake hands with him. About one-dozen of these were cdlored, and even they might have been hauds engaged about the depot. There was no hand-shaking or cheering. In this city there was some curiosity to see him, and a number of people went to the depot and awaited the arrival of the cars. But there was nothing like a re ception—no rejoicing ; none even of the office-holders (except the Marshal) were there te encourage and cheer him It was sad indeed to witness the great officer of the people—the Chief Magistrate of 40,OC9,000 free and independent sover eigns, thus neglected. We say sad, be cause we had learned long years ago to entertain and evince ahigh regard for the Presidential office, ! f we did not esteem the man or the party he represented. And now to witne3s the fall in the high stand ard of this office, is only to witness a degradation ot citizenship—a degradation of suffrage. This is sad. We deeply pitied Mr. Hayes. The Radical party are responsible, for we believe Hayes would not have taken the office to which TildA was elected had the leaders of that party not insisted upon it. And now they de spise him because he so far has refused to he a mere tool to cairyout the unlawful and unconstitutional programme prepar ed by Blaine, Phillips and Chandler. But tliis does not seem to warrant the neglect and unkind treatment which has been manifested toward Hayes by the men who accept favors at his bands, and stand at a distance and send flattering messages to the White House. Where was the com mittee to meet the President at the State line, and oiler him the hospitalities of the city. This was the custom in the olden times. We are not so poor that we could not have ottered him a class of the spark ling Brandywine, Why did not the temperance meeting adjourn and march to the depot to salute th# wife of the President—the first lady of the nation— who so recently insisted that wine should not be used at State dinners. Well, we do not feel proud of the President, but we regret to see this treatment of the highest officer of the nation. We are sure that if Samuel J. Tilden were to pass this way, his arrival at the depot even as a private citizen would create quite a ripple in our social and political circles, but Mr. Hayes scarcely did this. The Gra t \ Market. —There was a marked lessening of the excitement in the grain speculation yesterday, and unless the political affairs of Europe should take some sudden turn it is probable that tbe t**ade will soon return to its regular chan nels aud accustomed proportions. West ern corn for June delivery sold before 'Change at GO cents on a scare caused by advices of a decline at Liverpool, but covered on 'Change at G8 cents, and in the afternoon rose to G&| cents, for immediate delivery (usually designa ted as spot corn) aud for May delivery closed at G9 cents. The markets at New \ ork and Chicago exhibited no special features, and both closed firmer. re Corn Gold, though the principal standard of value,is not moved about the world much. The whole import of Loudon, the great est banking city of the world, was only $110,222,358 in 1870, and the export $1,097,800. difference went into the vaults of the Bank of England, the stock of which in creased $714,992,020. was Nearly the whole of tiie England, it now appears quite certain, had laid her plans well to make sure of Egypt. T nder the plea of protecting her interest in the Suez Canal, she will take possession of that country, ami It is doubtful whether she will to let go her hold unless she is forced to do so. ever consent The treasurer of the State of Con necticut has given notice that all coupon bomls of the State of Connecti cut dated July l. 18GÎ, and payable twenty years from date or at any time after the expiration of ten years from said date, and all coupon bonds dated October 1, 1894, and payable thirty years from date or at any time after the expiration of ten years from said date, and all registered bonds issued in ex change for or account of either of the above named issue of coupon bonds, will be redeemed and the acctjcd in'. terest on the same paid ®n presenta tion at the treasurer's office on the first day of June, A. D. 1877 , and interest on said bonds will cease on that day. Rents in Philadelpbia— The Phil, ade phis North American ssje although the extreme depre slon in the value a»d rents of bosses, stores, &c., in , ... '„.„.ii. t i 1B l0&l cl, y *"11 prevail», tue ■P nD K changes have produced an active move , , , , . ment, and the reduced rents am lBg up lh . vacant plabes. These ren's are very low in comparison with those prevailing since 18ÖÖ, but are not as low as those which preceded the infla tion so that the great rise has not been entirely lost. WAH NEWS. MOVEMENTS AROUND KARS—FII11NO ACROSS THE DANUBE London, May 9. A Reuter dispatch, reports that the Kassian column which was going down the line of the Turko-Persian frontier in the direction of Van has stopped at Bayazid 00 account of the impractica bility of thif country and the lack of forage. PROORKSS IN ASIA MINOR. London, May 9.—The following offi cial dispatch has been received : Tiflis, May 7.—The main body have recomoitered the neighborhood of Kars. A column of cavalry lias been sent to Kagisma. One detach ment is approaching Ordaban, and another Dyadin. Everywhere the Rus sians meet with a friendly reception front both Christians and Mussulmans. The Turkish prisoners are glad to be relieved from the hardships of mili tary service. WAR ON THE DANUBE. Galatz.May 9.—Yesterday afternoon two Turkish monitors, opened a mur derous fire upon the Russian (batteries at Ibrai), which replied vigorously. The cannonade lasted three hours. Ibrail was uninjured. Early this morn ing the Russian batteries recommenc ed cannonading Ghiacet. THE SKIRMISH AT IBRAIL. London, May 10.—The Times' Paris correspondent says*. Various accounts have been received of a skirmish op posite Ibrail on Wednesday. One says the Russians landed there, but return ed to Ibrail of their own account after destroying the earthworks. Another account says the Russians were driven off by Turkish monitors. THE ASSAULT ON OHIA CAÏ London, May 10,—The Telegraph's Bucharest dispatch confirms ihe report of the destruction of the Turkish earth works at Getschet or Ghiacet. The im portance of the operption is that Turkish monitors were able to she'ter behind the Getchet earthworks ana bombarded Ibrasi from it. The Telegraph's special fromJRustchuk, dated Wed ne day, Bays the Russians have thrown up three there during the night. batteiiea opposite RAlLKiPAUH. P HILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON A BALTIMORE RAIL ROAD. November 27th, 1876. Trains will leave Wilmington as follows for Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, 6.55, 8.10, 9.00, 9.52, 10.45 a. and New York, 2.02a.m. 12.14,12.40, 5.46, p. m. Baltimore and Intermediate Stations, 12.52, 8.39 a. m. Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 1.55, 8.39 a. ra. 12.50, 1.26, 6.19 p. rn. Trains for Delaware Divisian, leave *>r: New Castle, 5.00,6.20. 9.35, a. m. 1.30, 6.30, Wyoming and Intermediate Stations, 5.00, .35, a. in. 6.30 p. in. Delmar and intermediate Stations, 5.0C, .35,a. m . 2.30, 4.30,7.20 9.54, p. m. Phfla. a P« SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, 8.10, a. m. 5.00. 6.30, p. m. Philadelphia and New York, 2.02 a. m. Baltimore and Washington, 12.52,1.55 a.m. For further information passengers are referred to the time tables posted at the depot. H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. ' Trio principle of combining English ana American writers in a coin mon literary en terprise, merits all encouragement."—J. Anthony Fkoude. The International Review A New Yorkand London Review EMINENT CONTRIBUTORS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ATLANTIC. (No articles at second hand ! All articles original !) Contents.— M a y- J uNe-Now Ready. The New Administration. Tiie Life Insurance Question Charlton T. Lew*is. Disestablishment of the Churc England, Dr. Jas.H.Rigg, Loik 1 he Philadelphia Exhibition.-P I. Mechanism and Administration, r rancis A. Walker, Chief of the Bureau of Awards. Tennyson—A Criticism )• ion 'art „ „ Bayard Taylor. Our ? OREiGN Service, Hon. John Jay. ^ M ^ ICAN AND European Literature Art Letter.—No 9. ,, 'hilip Gilbert Hamerton Contemporary Eve; Price. Single Nu Price for six Annual subscription (6 numbers) NEW YORK: A S. BARNES A CO.. may4-l2td Publishers. her «1 onths ; 5 No, 1 Peruvian Guano. T HE subscribers bave rangement with tin* Peruvi ment Agents by which they hav y on hand effected an nr constant PURE NO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, which they will ileilvcr from their stores in Philadelphia or tiie Govern stores In New York 01 We sell no Guano hut lent ■ Baltimore, hat wo t stores. T! n rely on re C HRISTIAN «V CO., No. 141 North Water st., Phihuleliiiiia. marliMvt •ive direct fr« ■clore parties buying of 11» ea none but a pure article. A|;eiit m VV auit<l. -—A New Clear and Concise— UNIVERSAL HISTORY Com meneing - T it)i the earliest periods, ... , lT ^ 1777. :i volumes of \Y or id « great. Grand History in one An M, «Ulte and n»<lmi inelmi history of < nihn t u,nl Exposition, Jnaun iou of Preside nt Jh closing M •1 •I VS . and Turkish diift s. A hook of tiirilling interest niversal need. Sells faster than any other Beautiful Illustrations, Low Price Quick Sales, Extra Terms, circulars Free. Ad ,v -"*,?• *> ™< Cur.ly. A Co.. Philadelphia Pa., Cincinnati, O., Chicago, III., st Louis Mo - mayl0-w3mos. cul dre D KKSSMAKIXfi Tho latest styles, a special itv. guaranteed. apr25-6t* ctutting nn«l fitting ,*Oik and lowest rau-s MISS S. J. GANNON 705 Market street, (3d floor,) Finest is NO LONGER DOING BUSINESS AT NO. 417 MARKET 8TREET, „ TT „ „ , _ „ „unirur. BUT HAS REMOVED TO All-_ __ ^ _ HIS NEW STORE, No 405 MARKET STREET, THREE doors ABOVE FOURTH, SPECI AL NO TICE S- EC. STAATS Is the on and well se Where he has opened a large lected stock or SAMPLE AND FANCY TRIMMINGS Gaum Merino Underwear, llonirry, Glare», Notion », Zejihjrs, Ruffling», Ti" i, Etc nrl4-d Awtf i. hush, HAS REMOVED TO 229 MARKET STREET. A LARGE STOCK OF WATCHEH JEWELRY, _ to AND SILVER WARE, Constantly on hand. REPAIRING promptly attended to mar29-'75 D. S. THOMAS, Extractor of Teeth. Formerly Assistant Administrator of Ni trous Oxide Gas with his Brother, the late Dr. F. R. Thomas, at the Col ton Dental Association. Practice Exclusively Confined to Extracting Tektu, WITH FRESH AND PURE NITROUS OXIDE GAS. A LADY ATTENDING. Office—No. 905 Walnut street, North Kid Philadelphia. 13 THE TRIUMPH 'TRUSS COMPANY! U 1315 Chestnut St, Phi) iTHIUMPH AMD 334 Bowery New York 'Ur 1 _ _ Are curing rnnture in f.i n 30 to y0 days, and offer «1 ,000 lor a Ruptu: . they cannot cure. Mrs. C. A. M. Buri ha n, A. M., M. D., of 22 years' experience, is in charge of the Ladies' Department. The Triumph Truss liar been awarded, the me dal at all the fairs where it has I>een ex hibited. Examinations fr fen Order se*it by mai l or express. Seeendee. cents for h New Book, at either office. KKSSid! It is nourishing and sustaining; can*» used with or without milk ; the effect tlia Ridge's Food has upon a delicate constltu tion is simply marvelous. Ridge's Food Is recogni* d hy the highest authority tiie world over. Every label bears the signa ture of WOOLRICR &:CO. In cans, 35c.; 65c. ; SI.25, and »1.75. nov23-ly-eo«l. PIANOS, PIANOS. i For ÖtiDO & Upwards. ORGANS For ^45 and Upwurdi- 1 For Cash or Instalments, at ROBELIN A BRO'S WARER00M8 may!7'73(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 Sts., WILMINGTON, DEL. Wanted.— -Gum Timber suitable for Wheel Hu bs. feb!9-3m. HAKDWAKE AT NO. 214 MARKET STREET. Having resumed business at tbe old stand formerly occupied by John A. Duncan, we have laid in a well selected stock of goods In our line. Our prices will he found to bè as low as any other bouse In the city DUNCAN BROTHERS 214 Market Street. aprl7-d&w. Huy ana sen stocks, Bonds and Gold ln N York, Phila, Baltimore and local markets. BANKERS AND BROKERS. Clayton House Building. Entrance on 5tu Street. Heald&Co. Agents for American, Red Star, Inman and Cunard Lines to Great Britain and Continent of Europe. WANTED. IS Shares Union National Bank stock. " Delaware Fire Insurance Uo. stock 10 D H. KENT A CO., importers and Manufacturer's Agents for IRON, IRON, STEEL, STEEL, HARDWARE, AND COACH MATERIAL. Have tlm Largest Ktoak of Uorxls in the Hlute in Ihcir line, and best assorted stock in tiie United States. NO. 2U3 AND 2(17 SHII'LEY AND 21 212 unAÄUE STREETS, Wii.mington, Del. HARDWARE AN 407 MARKET ST. 407 BEN.T. S. CLARK, A full|assortmentof SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES JEWELRY and SPECTACLES, ' Constantly on hand and for sale at tiie low est market rates. Particular and personal tJbtfabove'line! W RePa,r "" ! any arUc1 """ A fine assortment of Spectacles constant hand,and sole agent for the Celebrated diamond Spectacles. marts id y o r ICF*. vj-oncE .- workingmens loan Öle ÄSent r ft> , r N .mkn h . e uSi"of Æoney in » build Ihr ami loan association, and Workingmen*« now offers Just such an opportunity. Its series having boon issued the first payment will be due May •»♦ill but may be made any time before.— evening *u tiie Secretary's corner of Sixth and Shipley übO. C. MARIS. Secretary. _I lic in tle S Call day or office. N. W. streets. mv9-tf. TH DIVIDEND. Office of the Delaware Fire Insurance Co, No 608 .Market St., Wilmington, Del. May Slit, 1H77. The Board of Directors have tills day de clared a dividend of four percent, ou tho capital stock of the Company outof the not earnings for the past six mouths, payable demond to the stockholders or thetrle(,,il representatives at the office of said Com pany. F.L. GILPIN, iay8-ood-Dt. Secretary. 104 toTICE.—A dditional trains for Now i Castle during May He* •ill leave depot at 9.20 a. m. II. F. KENNE Y. may5-tf. Superintendent. N of Court s to N * OT I ( ' K N E \V H K H IE 8. —Tho "Cen tral Loan Association" offer lor sale ;;<mi shares of stock in tiie 7th series, first payment of si pei*shareean be made to tiie ary at any time ou or before the 16th Books now ready. Apply to 1). T. HAWKINS. Sec y, rnay5- 10t. No. 404 Market St. Secret! lllHt. < »TICE—ANNUAL MEETING, —T sixth annual meeting of the stock, hoiders of the "Central Loan Association" will beheld on F rlduyie veiling next the lit, li inst. at the office of die Secretary No. 4< Market street at 7 * o'clock. Amendment 1 the By-Laws will be acted on. A* di.ors will submit Hier annual report and an elect tion olofficers and directors will be' Id. may7-5t D. T. H \ WKINS. . e y. N fTOTICE TO DELINQUENTS OF CITY and School Taxes for 1876. We the derslgned having rendered hills and sent ]Mistal cards and huving called several times, do give this notice that we have per formed our part under the law and if no at tention is paid to tills we will proceed to collect by making levies. Those who wish to avoid the costs should call and pay. We y to the city the taxes re intend our suri N do not propose to p of other people, north ties to pay Offices No. in East Sixth street, between Market and King. Hours from 8 a. m,, to 11 m..from 2 to 5 E. PROVOST, Collector for N. District. E. FARM A K, Collector for H. District. for us. d 7 to 8 p. m. mnyJS-lM TOTICE.—THE CHESAPEAKE AND I DELAWARE CANAL COM PAN Y. •ting of the C N rill puny be held in Philadelphia, 52« Walnut street, ou Monday, June 4, 1«77 at 11 o'clock a. rn.. at which lime and place he held for a serve for tiie ensuing year. HENRY V. LESLIE, Secretary, inn -ltawtjunc4. nil election President and Directors to ■VTOTICE.—109TII DIVIDEND.—Tho Di 0.1 rectors of this Institution have tins day delà red a dividend of three per cent.for last six months payable to tiie stock holders or their legal representative on or after the 17th inst. Bank of Smyrna, May 3, 1877. may4-4tlaw»kw'. By order W. M. BELL, Cashier. XTOTICE.—Is hereby give J. i whose business or occu n to all pers pillion reqiiiies a Slate license for tiie present year (1S77) that tiie same is due and puyahlc first day of J une. at tiie offices of the Cler* of the Peace for New Castle County. JOHN 1». SPRINGER. Clerk at New Castle. the M. A. J. SPRINGER. Deputy, No. 309 W. Second St., Wil 1 may 2-1 ra. N OTICE—Notice IM iiereu y given thu, the County and Poor tax for the year le77 are now «lue ami payable at the office ♦us Market street. P. 8.—All persons who bave not paid their taxes for tiie year 1876 are requested to do so at once or they will he collecte«! according to law with costs. JOS. L. CARPENTER, JR., A. GIVEN, Collectors. Wilmington Hundred. aplH-tf XTOTICE T° DELINQUENT WATER -IN RENTERS. The time huving expir ed for the payment of water rents for tiie year 1877, notice is hereby given, that less they are paid or some provision made for their payment on or before the loth day of May next, then on and after that date, the lerrules of all delinquent water renters will be drawn and the supply cut off' apl7-tmlo W. S. H AYES, Register. A U I>ITO R'HNOTICE.-The School com mutées ol New Castle County, are hereby notlfletl to meet the Auditor of Ac counts on the 7,8 and »til of May at New Castle, and settle the accunt ol their respec tive School Districts. _ NATHAN PRaTT apZ7-eod&w2w Auditor of Accounts. OTICE. JacobD Winslow i In Chancery of Charles A. Winslow, | Delaware Ne CatharineH Winslow j George H. Winslow ) Cause of Partition: A ND now, to wit, this nineteenth day of February, A. I)., 1877. it appearing to me Chancellor by the affidavit of Isaac Grubb til at (ieorge H. Window, one of the defendant.« in this cause nits no known place of abode within tills county, and can not be served with process; that his place of residence is unknown and no anpear auce having been entered for the said Geo H. \V inslow at the return of the summons issued f°r him. It is, therefore! on mothm of Victor duPont, Esq., solicitor for tiie pe titioners, order«! by the Chancellor that the said George H. \V inslow do appear be iore the Chancellor at his chambers in Do ver, on Monday, tiie 31st day of May A D. 1S77, and show cause, ir any he has why partition of tiie premises in tiie petition described should not be made according to the prayer thereof, or that tiie petition will H Winslow* coufcsso as to «*•« salt! George And tiie Itegistor is directed to cause a copy of this order to be published iu the Delaware Daily Gazette, a newspa per of the city of Wilmington, in said county, ior the period of thirty (lavs next preceding the said 21st day of May, A D 1*77. Attest, * C. M. VANDEVER, Register In Chancery N < 'as tle County, ss. apr!0-tmay2l. PRACTICAL FARMER HOTEL >N THE PHILADELPHIA 5 miles from Wilmington. E. J. HAUGHEY, - - Proprietor. AVING taken a new lease, I would in form my friends and the public that 1 prepared to receive travelers and give first-class accommodations. The table will be supplied with the luxuries of the season, and the bar filled with elioice wines and li •s. The house will bo remodeled and rein mi shed in tli vorablycom pare stabling, sufficient for the ncc< 01 2o head of horses, and drovers. The public ted to give me a call. •ike, 11 •1 ill fä rbest hotels. <; 1 tatiou plu rn< to *e respectfully invi feb24-:;md. KitiK and Awning*. UOUEBT W. UIIIME The well known sail a Hi '»fing maker, NO. 7 EAST WATER STREET, s now prepared tc der« for sails and without equal,an< awnings tiie liest i is guaranteed in all promptly execute nil or •niiigs. His sails 1 his patent mildew-proof n existence. Satisfaction durs entrusted to his apr26-lm. pHILIP MEYER Vinegar Manufacturer, 403 Poplar Street. Pure Cider Vinegar at 25 cents per gallon also, Mince Meat, Apple Butter Peac ' Butter, aud Pepper Sauce of the beit qua dec!2-dly ty SHERIFF BALER. HERIFF'S HALE. By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Ex ponas to medirected,wlll be(ex posed to Pub lic Sale, at Tub Hotel of HENRY D. PAULIN, tiie town of Odessa, in 8t. George's Hd.. New Castle county, Del., on Saturday, 12th day of May, 1877, at 2o'clock, p. m.. The following described Real Estate, viz: A lot of land situated in the village of Ouessii, in St. Georges Hundred, New Cas tle County and State of Delaware, on tiie east side of Main street, adjoining lands of Mrs. Martha A, Hayes and Patrick O'Neil, with a front of about two hundred and fifty feet on Main street, and running back east erly about eighty feet, with three tenements d other buildings thereon erected. Seized and taken In execution as the pro perly of Josiah Rldgway, and o he sold by ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sll&riff's office, New Castle, ) April 25, 1877. S S aprlC-eodts HERIFF'S HALE. By virtue of me directed, wHl be exposed to Public Hale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 841 Shipley St., kept by Goo. W. OrtUp In the city of Wil mington, New Castle county, Del,, SATURDAY, THE 12T1I DAY OF MAY, 18.i, s •rit of Levari Facias, to at 2 o'clock p, rn., the followingdescrlhed Real Estate, viz* All that certain lot of land with a tbreo story brick dwelling house thereon situated in tiie said elty of Wilmington hounded and described as follows to wit: Beginning at the south west corner o Eighth and French street, thence southerl • along the westerly side of French street fifty-six and one half feet eleven inches to a corner of James Elliott's land, thence westerly along ids land and parallel to Eighth street eigh teen feet one and a half inches to the centre oiparty wall between this and iheadjoiding premises on tiie west, thence westerly through the centre of said wall and parallel to French street sixty-two feet eleven and one half incites to the southerly side of Eighth street aforesaid and thence thereby easterly eighteen feet one and a half Inches to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. 8aized ai\d taken in execution as the pro perty of Carrie P. Be ,s. surviving mort gagor and as Executrix of Joseph L. Beggs deceased, and to be sold by ISAAC GRUBB, .Sheriff. Castle, Sheriff's office N April 26th. 1877. npr27-3tn H KRIFF'H SALE. By virtue lu». Venditioni Tit of '.xponas to me directed will he ex post d to Public Hale a the LAFAYETTE HOTEL. 841 Shipley Ht., kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, in tiie city of Wil mington. New Castle countv. Delawi SATURDAY, THE 12th DAY OF MAY, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p.ui., the following described Real Estate, viz: A11 those t wo certain lots or t racts of land situate«! in tiie city of Wilmington, New Castle county and State of Delaware * ml now or formerly bounded and described as follows, to Wit: story brick messuage thereon erected and beginning at a corner of land Wm. B. Wiggins, on the easterly side of King street at the distance of forty-six feet ten Inches from tiie southerly side of Seventh street, thence by his hind, south fifty eight degrees east twelve feet six inches to a corner, thence south thirty-two degr three Inches to a corner, thence north fifty-eight degrees west one. hundred and twelve feet six inches to the said side of King street and thence thereby north thirty-two degrees east eighteen feet three inches to the place of beginning, be the contests thereof what they may. No. 2.—Beginning on the northerly side ofEront street at tiie distance of twenty feeftfrom the westerly side of Tatnall street tiience westerly along said side of Front street, seventy-one feet to a stake-, thence •northerly and parallel with Tatnall street eighty-one feet to a stake, tiience easterly and parallel w*ith Front street ninety-one feet to the said side of Tatnall streat. thence southerly along said side ofTainall street twenty-two feet to a stake, thence westerly and purallcl with Front street twenty feet to a stake and thence southerly and paral lel with Tatnall street fifty-eight feet to the place of beginning, he tiie contents within these hounds more or less. Seized ami take No. l. Having a tli.ee * or late of hundred and rest eighteen feet in execution as tiie pro perty of Samuel Barr and to he sold hy ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff Castle, Sheriff's Office Ne April 1«77. apr27-3tawts. CARRIAGES PERSONS WANTING Fine Carriaj'e't Canlbe accommodated at N. E. Cor. 2d & French stF, WILMINGTON, DEL., A8|they manure tu re nothinglbut First-class "Work, AND SELL IT LOW. 11 wc ik guaranteed to give satiaition. \\ 9 Il l Ti nOM) JOHN L. MALONE, PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS DELi VXV> R £v I £ VENTJE A MADISON STS., WILMINGTON. DEL. Constantly on nand an assortment ol the best marble of the different kinds which he is prepared to work up into Monuments, Head and Foot Stones, Steps, Mantels and House W ork in genera!. Having a ions ex perience in the business he flatters himsel that he can give entire satisfaction to al who may davor him with their patronage The public are invited h, call and InspÈc his work and learn his prices. nov27-'76-ll ELEGAA T FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING! ALL ADMIT THAT THE S1YL5M1OVERCOATS Drtsa ami ItiiwlueNN Suits Made ami sold by us, are * Unsurpeuwed in Slgle, Quality and Du rability, and equal to custom made. GItEKA A- lioori», 704 Marked Street, n0V2 ' wly PHILADELPHIA AMEKiGAN BLUB OIL ! ztz tzï a b "î -» Iw-STOREKEEPERS a LAMP! selling it! DUS are doing well by E xf~L u s i vhwIJS/ 0 ° D ac tive AGENTS! J ' °- °' u p A ''lbRlCAN BLUE OFT pn »> SECOND GRAND DRAWING. IE $310,000 Uvl m Gif Farmen dt Drove Ky . Tr*;:. 11 ' Lu,1 '" II THE KENTUCKY ('ASH Ihstimd T 1UN CO., authorized by a Hneihu R i ß < tin* Legislature for the benefitof tluA? LIC Huuoolh of Fuankkiirt V iu 1 * the second of the urinuf Grand CITY OF LOUISVILLE, KY s n DAY, JUNE 30TU, lSTT. 'X-r Ll PUBuc library Hall A SCHEMEICOMMFNSUKATK the times Wl *60 000 for Only TFV READ THE LINT OF' 1 Grand ( sah Gilt 1 Grand Cash Gift 1 Grand Cash Gift 1 Grand Cash Gift 3 Gland Gash GUIs *5 t 5 Grand Cash GUIs (I!, 20 Cash Gifts si.om cm 40 Cash Gifts, *300 each loo Cash Gifts, *2o0 each 300 Cash Ulf.», *100 each 000 Cash Gifts, *30 each 6000 Cash Gifts *10 each SOO.Ih I io. *o each ivi Hi. ii 0972 Cash Gifts amounting to ~ Whole Tickets *10, Halves *5. Quarter 11 Tickets sioo, x\ ■„ T -kets *300 - Tickets ijiSr* isiiuj Drawing Positively June 30. 18 And Every 3 Months Thereatt Certificat« of Supervlso of Drawl This is to certify that tiie first dmwimr the Kentucky Cash Distribution t'ornn» took place on theoth of December in M . Hall, Frankfort. Ky., in ourprescencei under our immediate supervision. We further state that every tic ket a: part of ticket, which had been sold w* represent€*d in the wheel, and that thedra lug was fairly and honestly conducted 1 further state that, we had no interest win ever in the enterprise, nor any connect! with tiie same, except In the character supervisors, whose sole dut v was i tect the interest of the ticket holders presideover the drawing. Hon. Alvin Duvall, late Chief Just Sup. Court of Ky. James G. Dudley, Chulrman Board School Trustees. Grant Green, Cashier Farmer's Bank Kentucky. Hon. S. I, M. Major, Public Printer St of Kentucky, Hon. Thomas N. Lindsay, Presldi Farmers' Bank of Ky. Hon. Thomas C. Jones, Clerk of Supra Court of Kentucky. Judge R. A.TI Franklin Co. Court James G. Crockett, Clerk Franklin ( Court. Remittances can he made hy Mail E press, Draft. P. O. Order or Registered L ter made payable to G. W. Barrow A Co All communications and orders for tick should be addressed to C. W. BARROW Sl CO General Managers Courier Journal Building, Louisville N Or THOS. H. HAYES A CO., Gknkraj. Aoknts Broad way, N nil pson, Presiding Ju Send for Circular, i n ay 2-eod & w « w. U NPRECEDENTED ATTRAtTIC Over Half a Million Dlstribut Louisiana State Lottery Compa This Institution was regularly incorp ated hy the Législature of the Slate Educational ami Charitable purpose)! with a capital of SI,000,000, to which has since added a reserve lund of glUO.uofl ItM Grand Single Number Drnwm will take place monthly. It never seules postpones. Look at the following scliemi GRAND PROMENADE CONCERN during which will take place the I Extraordinary Semi-annua! Drawl At New Orleans, Tuesday June5, I Under the personal supervision and mi agementofGen. «. T. BKAUllfcUAN nl LoulalaiiHf nud Gen, JI'BAl. EARLY of Virginia. Capital Prizs, $100.00 K7~Notice— Pickets are $10 On Halves, $5. Quarters, $2.50 Rightüs $1.25. LIST OF BRIZES. 1 Capital Prize of $100, 1 Gram! Prize of 1 Grand Prize of 2 Large Prizes of 4 Large Prizes of 20 Prizes of $1(10; 50 50,000 10,000 5 000 1,000 20 1 SO teil .mo 40,1 200 200 1"0 100J lOOOO APPROXIMATION PHIZKS. loo Approximation prizes of 82W»..8 20 100 " " 100.. I" 75.. 100 11,279 Prizes amounting to.S322J Gen. G. T. Beauregard, of La. ) r* 0 mm'J Gen. Jubal A. Early, of Va. i Write for Circulars or send orders to J M. A. DAUPHIN. P. U. Box.ÖÖt >1 Orleans, La., or WILLIAMSON & <4 317 Broadway, N. Y. third GRAND DOLLAR bRAWW Tuesday July 3, J Capital Prize. 820,000. Tickets, eaci apr35-2tuw4w. J Fashionable Millinery. MRS. M. A. O'CONNOR wwq to announce to her Irienus ana u public in general that she has ju received a large invoice of jj 11 . 1 , .J Goods at her new store. No. 42*. street, consisting of all kinds. Hats , Feathers , Flowers and Silks also, a lot of fine trimmed Bonnets Hats, which she will dispose of at rea. able prices. Thanking lier patrons past, she respectfully solicits a sn" rt public patronage for the future. MRS. M. A. O'CONNO No. 422 Market stre, foi apr24-2w. Charles Specht, Weiss Beer Brewer; AND Bottling Establisbmen Corner of Seventh and DuPont Wilmington, Delaware. Private families served dally with Lager, Porter. Ale, Weiss Beer, Orders left nt II. Feldnieier'sS. K*"'], 1 and Walnut streets, wifi rctc of Sec« prompt attention NOTICE H. MESSICK« having removed from hi* old rtftj«* and King street to stalls 40 '.„jor St., Market House would kindly In'® his customers that In* is reajb 1 fV i*( them the same as usual with me * fresh Bradford county dairy ' ,l "î e Vi ice sei sale and retail. Also, egg«aiu» ln jJ cheat) as the cheapest. —: r d CÂSHMÊRËS^Irert ^ D die in*porter, a full line of B*«' ^ meres at 75, 87*, 81.00, #1.12*» »vfat loW 1.60. These desirable fabrics ar a rloes than we have offered for J ,i ur abl we recommend them forcomr fourth and Market LACK ity MAPLEWOOD INSTITUTE. C ONCORDVILLE,'DELAWARE J Pa., Boys, #4.50 per week, J Boye prepared for Yale or Harv ^ j JOÔEPHSHORTLIDGE p'cl4-wly