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C. P. Johnson, Editor and Prophibtor Thi Daily Gazette lipubil afternoon (Sunday excepted.l at Street, and served by carrlerttp I it all parte of the city an4 si towns and villages, for six cen payable weekly. Yearly a«bscr advance. every larket crlben unding Thi Dklawark Gazette, established In 1784, Is the largest aud most flourishing weekly paper In the State, and has a larger circulation limn any otlier on the Peninsula. Publïshéd* every Thursday afternoon!, at per y ear, In advance. Subscribers who c han ge their residences e required to give notice; in doing this is necessary to name the place or post- office ft an well as the place moved to. In a large ubscrlption list there are numerous »»cr ons of the same name; beside the ilium lng of both places facilitates the book-kt*eper In making the change. 82 May 1^, 1877. The Trial at New Castle of the ne gro Rhodes for the murder of Another named Temple has occupied the negro Court two days. Rhodes, when arrested, admitted that he killed Temple, and made a confession, lie said he knocked Temple down with a piece of "slftg" and left him in the road ; he then weiit back and found a knife by Temple's side and with it cut his throat. lie said he killed Temple In aelf-defence, that he teared Temple would shoot him. Temple was down aud he saw him raise up on his elbow, and fearing he would shoot he went back and committed the act of cut ting the throat from ear to ear. hen it is remembered that the deed was com mitted at night, and that it was very easy for Rhodes to get out of the range of the pistol of Temple in the darkness, af,er he had knocked him down witli the piece of "slag," the story of self-defence seems altogether an after-thought. Tfi make the matter more horrible the throat of Temple was so horribly cut that only the bones of the neck held the head to the body. Some parts of the throat Were cut out and missing. Under the circum stances it is almost rstonishing that a question could be raised as to guilt. So fiendish an act certainly proves that no one who could be guilty of it should he allowed to be at liberty. Distinctively the mind comes to the conclusion that Temple, perhaps, the first victim, some one else may be the next. Fbeu. DouGLA.st* bas again shown his hatred of the white race. This time by the most reckless and ill-mannered speech he ever made. Office aud its emoluments have made him bold ; and be has Spoken, no doubt, his real opinion about the peo ple who suffer him to intrude himself upon their society. No white man ought to countenance the impudent mulatto bastard. It is hoped the President he induced to remove Douglass from offlce. As a private citizen be might abuse the white people of Washington witn impunity; but as a high official of the government, receiving large pay, it is an outrage that he should be allowed to stigmatize those from whom he gets Ins living in the maimer he did in his lecture in Baltimore. For the Democrats who went on his bond we have little pity. They might have known that Dougl lived upon his hate for the whites, and it is only because of his emitting this ha tred against those iu the South that he got the office. The Southern people have done more wr the negro race than all the world beside. may ass At the Ilayes reception in Philadelphia ft was noticed that the politicians of Phil adelphia were not present, niticant ; first, as bearing testimony to the absence of the Philadelphia politi cians ; secondly, as substantially declar ing that the President was not bored by Philadelphia statesmanship ; thirdly,and lastly, as indicating that the politicians of Philadelphia made a special point of staying away. TIiîb wag the cut direct, and even Mr. Ilayes will not fail to under stand it. Was it Cameron's influence, was it the knowledge that Tilden the only man elected President in 1870 ? Thi# is sig or was The bill to raise supplies for the fiscal year commencing November 1, 1876, was introduced in the South Carolina House yesterday. The bill levies a tax of seven mills for State purposes and three mills for county purposes. The State Levy is just one half of what it was in the previous year. The committee appointed to in investlgate the charges against Asso ciate Justice Wright made their report to the House yesterday, recommend ing that he be impeached for drunkness and incompetency, not yet been acted upon. The report has Mr. John T. Cowan, the leading tlioroHghhrend cattle raiser of South west Virginia, in a recently published letter states that an English company with large capital is now forming for the shipment of beef and mutton [both live and deadj to London dircotly from Norfolk. Va, Cowan urges the improvement of breed of stock as promising curly and rewards. i In view of this fact Mr. rich The circular of the Liverpool Cotton Brokors Association in its weekly view Hays cotton was dull throughout the week, with prices in favor cif buy American was in fair request, but with a free supply. Prices in reduced 1-1U. The Boston Post says there may be and insists that there ought to be an extra session of Congress before October 15. In which this court does not Give us a rest. re era. some efises were concur, ' FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. SINKING OF A TURKISH MONITOR—THB OLTBNITZA. BATTLE. London, May 12.— Router's B«p dispatch says nie largest Twtkis* tor on tho Danube, wh fore IbrfcU, was sunk by the tii^from the an batteries yesterday, #ilh of TOO and Hassan Bey. The Turks continue to seise vessels lying in the Roumanian harbors. They burn those which refuse to cross over to the Turkish side of the Danube. Further particulars of Thursday's ar tillery engagement between a Roumanian battery near Oltenitza and a Turkish bat tery in front of the towu of Turtukai, supported by two monitors, state that Turtukai was ignited by shells aud twice displayed the while llag. Oue monitor was seriously damaged. The Turks, iu consequence ot the conflagration, ceased tiring and withdrew their battery during the niglit. BOUMANIA CUTTING LOOS« FROM TUR KEY. Bucharkbt, May 11.—In the Rouma nian Chamber a resolution was passed to-day by a vote of 58 to 29, declaring that as Turkey lias severed all bonds be tween herself aud Roumania by unpro voked outrages along the Danube, the Ministry shall be empowered to take any steps they may deem necessary. It is not difficult to prophesy what the resulting decision of the Ministry will be. THE RUSSIAN WESTWARD MARCH. There are 10,000 Russians already at Giurgevo, who are beginning to push their way westward along the river to Simnitza. They intend to occupy the bank of the Danube as far as the junction with the Aluta river. charest monl ich anchored be- 1 Rossi her crew | A TURKISH SUCCESS. It is said that the Turks at Livno, after a serious f'ght, have dispersed eight bands of insurgents. Troops are being sent every day to Fotscba. Mostar aud Tiavnik. LOCK-OUT OF SHIPBUILDERS. Glasgow, May 11.—At the largest meeting of Clyde shipbuilders ever held, all but one small firm being represented, it was unanimously resolved, in conse quence ot the continuous strike of ship wright for an advance of wpges, that there should be a general lock out of all shipbuilding workmen, commencing on the 19th Inst. This resolution was sign ed by twenty two firms, and affects all the shipbuilding yards of Glesgcw, Greenock Port, Glasgow and Dumbarton. REINFORCEMENTS FOR CENTRAL ASIA. Berlin, May 11*—It is reported that 60,Uu0 iu fan try have been despatched from Taskened to reinforce the Rus sian garrisons in Central Asia. An at my of 150,000 men is to be concen trated there, under General Kauffmen with a view of entering Pamir. a german precaution. A force resembling the German land wher will shortly be called out in Hus sia for the defense of the shores of the Baltic and Black seas. It is intend ed to organize rifle companies in every Russian town, so that every mau cap* able of bearing arms may be drilled. The Conventions ol the Methodist rnd Methodist Protestant Churches, to sider a br sls of reunion, met in Baltimore yesterday, in different buildings. Iu the Methodist Convention, Hev. J. Smith, of New York, wrs chosen President ; Rev. G. B. McElroy, of Michigan, Secretary ; ami Hev. W . II. Jordan, of Illinois, and C. S. Evans of Ohio, as Assistant Secre taries. The committee to examine ports of the conferences on the subject of reunion, reported that a minority of them, had endorsed the basis of union agreed upon at Pittsburg in 1875, aud had in vested their delegates to this convention with full authority to ratify the action of tue Pittsburg commission. The report was adopted and the convention adjourn ed until this morning. The Methodist Protestant Convention adjourned after electing Rev. Dr. Lawrence W. Bates, of Baltimore, its President. con VC A number ol enterprising journals have published maps of the seat of war,but tlie American lias just issued the largest and worst map that we have seen. About two-thirds of the middle portion of the chart is occupied with what at first ap peared to be a rude diagram, life-size, of one of Mr. Fulton's rubber shoes, with a well-developed buuicu on top ; but on inspection the shoe tarns out to be the Black Sea, and the bunion the sea of Azofl—at least large black type make this All the laud lying around this vast overshee is white, with an occrsiona 1 straight line that is intend ed to typify a road, and iwiddliug lines that are emblematic of rivers , but iuas much as the critical points of this paign are in the mountain passes, the mountains are omitted by particular re quest.— Balt. Gazette. announcement. cam Ship Building in Sussex.—A steam barge, the first steam vessel ever built at Mil'sborongh, will be launched there in about two weeks. She will be 130 feet long, 20 feet beam, and 6 feet depth of bold, and is being built to carry wood, ties and timber from Maryland*to Phil, adelphia. The cheapness of itimbe sed her to be built at Mills borough. Returned. —Uol. Febiger of this city, who hr# been absent since March 20th, on atrip to California, returned home this morning. The colonel is looking will and states that he feels very much improved in health. r cau William It. Matteson was yesterday commissioned as Postmaster at Newton. SPECIAL NOTICE S- -tT. STAATS IS NO LONGER DOING BUSINESS AT NO. 417 MARKET STREET, BUT HAS REMOVED TO HIS NEW STORE, No. 405 MARKET STREET, THREE BOORS above fourth, Where he has opened a looted stock of SAMPLE AND FANCY TRIMMINGS G uum e J M er i n o Un der wear, Hosiery, Gloves, Notion arl« -dawtf q>/tÿr *' 7 pHILIP MEYER Vinegar Manufacturer, 403 Poplar Street. Pure Cider Vinegar at 25 cents per gallon also. Mince Meat, Apple Butter Beuc * Butter, and Pepper Sauce of the best large and well se j .s, Etc qua decl2-dly ty. Publia Sale OF REAL JîîSTATK. »>« sold at l4pfcllc f*aie on th« Pt§ nêar üie village of Newark, Delà ii Rjf! THURstfJV, Till DAY ol JUNE NEXT. 1877, at 2 o'clock p. m., the folloWlng described property, vis: All that cerCRIn messuage, tenement and lot of land situate and lying near the village of Newark aforesaid, bounued aud describ ed as folio va; Beginning at a corner in the road lading from Newark to Nottingham, near astnftll tenement of Rev. Alex. Heberton, and m nlng north twenty three and one half de grees, east four chains and fifty-three links to a new corner in line of said Heber ton's land, thence by a new line north sixty.one and one-fourth degrees, west one chain and thirteen links to a corner of latuj of James L. Miles, south twenty-three and one-half degrees, west four dial us and fifty three links to a corner In said Nottingham Road; thence with said road south sixty one' and one-fourth degrees, east one chain and thir teen links to a corner aud place of beginning containing one-half acre of land; being the real estate of Mary Wrench late of White Clay Creek Hundred deceased. TERMS—Twenty per cent, of the pur chase money to be paid when the property Is struck oft, and the balance on Thursday the. \4th of June, when a good and sufficient deed will be given the purchaser, GEORGE WILLIAMS, Administrator. Joseph Williams. Jas. Williams, Win. Williams, Maria Scair, heirs at law of Mary Wrench deceased. May 1, 1877. may2-3tda4tw. win mises, ware on TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VERY VALUABLE FARM IN CECIL COUNTY, MD. In virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Cecil couuty, as a Court of Chancery, the subscriber, as Trustee, will oiler at Public Hale, at the Court House door, In Elkton, on WEDNESDAY, the 23d day of May, 1877, at 11 o'clock a. m., all that Farm or Tract of Land, situated ln Back Creek Neck, in Cedi county, called "Boulden'a Rest," or •Richard's Chance," which Is described in a deed from Thomas J. Foard to EH J Foard, daled on or about the 31st day of October, 1871, and recorded among the land records of said county, in Liber D. 8., No, 4, folio 637. containing 324^ acies, more or less. This farm is bounded on the south, by Back Creek on the west by the laud of Noble Biddle, on the north by the land of the late 11. D. Fowler and on the east by the land of the late G- W. Bennett.The lmprove ments consist of a good dwelling I 1 - sei House with the usual farm build IlflZ ' n S s »large PEACH ORCHARD * J In full bearing; and other fruit trees The land is of good ou al it y, well fenced, and very productive; and Its location and many advantages make It a very desirable invest ment. THE TERMS OF SALE, prescribed by the decree, are: That one-third of the pur chase money shall be paid In cash on the day of sale, and the residue in two equal Instalments at six and twelve menths thereafter, with Interest from the daj of sale, and security approved by the Trus tee. HENRY W. ARCHER, Trustee. Bel Air, Harford county, Md. may3-wts. gALE OF COWS. The subscriber will sell at Public Sale at Red Lion. East Murlboi ough, Chester Co., Pa., on MONDAY, MAY 21, 1877, at 1 o'clock p. m. FIFTY HEAD OF COWS, FRESH AND SPRINGERS. AND A LOT OF YOUNG BULLS. Two unbroken 3 year old colts. SILL A BAILEY. Webb A. Nichols, auc. may4-ts h C. I- BUSH, HAS REMOVED TO MARKET STREET. A LARGE STOCK OF WATCHES JEWELRY, AND SILVER WARE, Constantly on band. •^REPAIRING promptly attended to mar29-'75 PIANOS. PIANOS. For Sl Upwards. ORttAN* For 1^45 find Upwards For Cash or Instalments, at ROBELIN A BRO'S WARER00M8 may!773(UP STAIRS 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 Extracting Teeth, WITH FRESH AND PURE TO NiTBOUS OXIDE GAS. a lady attending. ,.P. , P c . e — So - 905 Walnut street, North sld Philadelphia. mar 1315 ChoHtnut St, Phil BJRIUMPM AND 334 Bowory New York irlng rupture in from 30 to 90 days, and otter #1,000 lor they cannot cure. Mrs. 0. A. M. Buiubam, A.M.,M.D., of 22 years' experience, is in charge of the Ladies' Department. The 8 has» been awarded the me where it has been ex inutions fr !en Order sen express. Seeendce. cents for h New Book, at either office. Triu.npb T dal at all the fal hibited. K by mail 407 MARKET ST. 407 I Î Id IN .J. s. CLAKK, A full|assortment of SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES JEWELRY aud WPECTACXjKS, ' Constantly on hand and for sale at the low eat market rates. Particular and personal t 8 h'e"e g || V n e e n 10 "tides In sortmentof Spectacles constant hand,and^so e agent for the Celebrated .Diamond Spectacles. mar 15 A fine NOTICKS. N OTICE—A train Will leave PhllflMlel phia for Wllmlnf'on en SLNDJtY Mm SSA-T. BuA OTICE.-iVoRKlNOM&T8 LOAN ASSOCIATION.-TM most prim Eble investment for «mallfcums of mon» Ki'^oÂfe^oÂÂCnlSatüraày, opportunity. It* fifth series having been issued the first payment will bo due May anh but may be made any time before.— Call day or evening at the Secretary's N. W. corner of Sixth and Hldnley UfcO. C. MARIS. Secretary. office, streets. my9-tf. TH DIVIDEND. Offlce of the Delaware Fire Insurance Co, No 008 Market St,, Wilmington, Del. May Öth, 1877. The Board of Directors have this dpy dared a dividend of four percent, on capital stock of the Company out of the net earnings for the past six months, payable demond to the stockholder* or their legal 'présentât! ves at the offlce of said Com F. L. GILPIN, Secretary. 104 de (he pany. may8-eod-3t. OTI CE— Additional trnlns for Now Castle daring May Hesslon of Court will leave depot at 0.20 a. hi. H. F KENNEY. rnay5-tf. Superintendent. N OTICK.-NEW SERIES.—The "Cen tral Loan Association" offer for sale »ries, first N 300 shares of stock In the 7th payment of »1 per*share can be made to the Secretary at any time on or before the 10th Inst. Books now ready. Apply to D. T. HAWKINS, Hec'y. No. 404 Market St. mays-lot. OiTOK.—ANNUAL MEETING,—The sixth annual meeting of the stock holders of the 4 * Central Loan Association" will beheld on Fridayltveiling next the 11th Inst, at the off e of ihe Secretary No. 404 Market street at 7 k o'clock. Amendments to the By-Laws will be aeted on. Auditors bmlt ther annual report and tioii ol officers and direr may7-5t N Will elect •ill be held, 1). T. H \WKINS. Hec'y. OTICE TO DELINQUENTS OF CITY and School Tuxes for 1876. We the undersigned having rendered bills and sent postal cards und having called several times, do give ibis notice that we have per formed our part under the law und If no at tention is paid to this we will proceed to collect by making levies. Those who wish to avoid the costs should call and pay. Wo do not propose to pay to the city the taxes of other people, nor do we intend our suri ties to pay ihein for us. Offices N Market Hours from a-a. m, t to 11 in., from 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. in. E. PROVOST, Collector lor N. District. E. FA RM A R. Collector for W. District. N o. 10 East Sixth street, between • 1 King. may5-lM OTICE.—THE CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANAL COMPANY. The annual meeting of the Company will be held In Philadelphia, 528 Walnut street, on Monday, June 4, 1877 at 11 o'clock a. in., at which lime aud place an election will be held for a President and Directors to serve for the ensuing year. HENRY' V. LESLIE, Secretary. inuy3-ltuw (June 4. N OTICE.—109th DIVIDEND.— Tb« Di rectors of this Institution have tills day delared a dividend of three per cent.lor the lust six months payable to the stock holders or their legal representative on alter the 17th inst. By order W. M. BELL, Cashier. N Bank of Smyrna, May 3, 1877. may4-4tlawdt w. N O! ICE.—Is hereby given to all persons Whose business or occupation requires a State license lor the present ye that the same is due and payable first day of June, at the offices of the Clerk of the Peace for New Castle Countv. JOHN P. «SPRINGER, „ __ Clerk at New Castle. M. A. J. SPRINGER. Deputy, No. 309 W. Second St., Wll • (1877) the may 2 -lm. OTICE—Notice is ncreny given tlmt the County and Poor tax for the year Jen are now due and payable at the oilie:! 018 Market street. P. 8.—All persons who have not paid their taxes for the vear 1M0 are requested to do so at once N they will be collected according to law with costs. JOS. L. CARPENTER, Jr., A. GIVEN Collectors. Wilmington Hundred, apl8-tf N OTICE TO DELINQUENT WATER RENTERS. The time having expir ed for the payment of water rents for tlie year 1877, notice is hereby given, that less they are paid or some provision made lor their payment on or before the loth day of May next, then on and aller that dale, the ferrules of all delinquent water renters will be drawn and the supply cut off. fcp!7-tm 10 W. S. HAY' ES, Register. UDITOR'H NOTICE—The School mittccs of Ne A Castle County, are hereby rotifieil to moot the Auditor of Ac the 7,8 and 9th of May, at New Castle, and s?ttle the accuntol their respec tive School Districts, Wl'SS NATHAN PRaTT Auditor of Accounts. ap27-eodAw2w OTICE. Jacob DWtnslow ) In Chancery of Charles A. Winslow, | Delaware Ne CatharineH Winslow j tie County, ss. George H. WUislow ' 0ause "f Partition : A ND now, to wit, this nineteenth day of February, A. I)., 1877, II appearing to the Chancellor by the affidavit of Isaac Grubb that George H. Winslow, one of the defendants In this cause mis no known place of abode within this county, and c not be served with process; Unit his place of residence is unknown and no appear ance having been entered for the said Geo H. Winslow at the return of the summons Issued for him. It is, therefore, on motion of Victor duPont, Esq., solicitor for the pe titioners, ordered by the Chancellor that the said George II. Winslow do appear be fore the Chancellor at his chainhe/s in Do ver, on Monday, the 21st day of May A.D. «how cause, if any he has, why partition of the premises in the petition described should not be made accoiding to the prayer thereof, or that the petition will be taken pro confe.sso as to the said George H. Winslow, And the Register is directed to cause a copy ot tills order to be published in the Delà wake Daily Gazette, a newspa per of the city of Wilmington, in said county, for the period of thirty days next preceding the said 21st day oi May, A D. 1877. Attest. * " aprl0-tmay21. N C. M. VANDKVER, Chancery Register PRACTICAL FARMER HOTEL ON THE * Hl I. A DEL PHT A PIKE, 6 miles from Wilmington E. J. HAUGHEY, - Proprietor. A V IN G taken a ne my frio II lease, I would In is und the public that J :ive Li fo r •d I am prt first-ch be i oder« id give slat lor The table will with the luxuric filled »plied of the seas ml nth el I li will be remodeled spring, when it will fa .... . ith our best hotels. Good stabling, sufficient for the uecon of 20 head of horses, ami ample : Isl.od in tin ret vorably c bit ioi ted to gi cail. feb24 imd. JOUIS L.MALONE, PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS DELAWARE „„AVENUE a MADISON STS., WILMINGTON. DEL. Constantly on nana an assortment of the besi marble of the different kinds which he is prepared to work up into Monuments, Head and F oot Stones. Steps, Mantels and House W ork In general. Having a long ex perience in the business he flatters bimsel Unit he can give entire satisfaction toal who may favor him with their patronage The public are invited to call and ins r % his work and learn his prices. nov27-'76-ll HBBRI FF HALB'. T "T Hotel in th* to Hd.. |f«w 12th day of May, 1877, FF'8 SALE. rlrtue of a writ orVendlUonl Kx medlrected.wlll Purposed to f'\J8 or HENRY D.>4|LINjj of Odessa, In fet. George's Castle county, JJftt., ont S A loi of land situated In the village of Odes*», In Ht. Georges Hundred, NeVpCwi tie County andHtateof Delaware, on the eastsideof Main street, adjoining lands of M rs. Martha A. Hayes and Patrick O'Nell, with a front of about two hundred and fifty Main street, and running buck east erly about eigiity feet, with three tenements and otlier buildings thereon erected. Seized and taken in execution up the pro , Sheriff. Y at 2 o'clock, p. m.. The following described Real Estate, viz: I « • t perty of Joslah Kidgway, and to ISAAC GRUBB Siterlff's offlce, New Castle, ) April 25, 1877. \ aprlG-eodts S HERIFF'S SALE. * By virtue of a writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, wHl be exposed to Public Hale, at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, Ml Shipley 8t.. kept by Geo. W. Ortlip In the city of Wil mington, New Castle couuty, Del,, on SATURDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF MAY, 1877, at 2 o'clock p, m., the following described Real Estate, viz: All that certain lot of land with a three Rtory brick dwelling house thereon situated in the Mid city of Wilmington bounded and described as follows to wit: Beginning at the south west corner of Eighth ami French street, thence southerly along the westerly side of French street fifty-six and half feet eleven inches to a corner of James Elliott's land, thence westerly along his land and parallel to Eighth street eigh teen feet one and a ha If inches to the centre oiparty wall between this aud Uieadjoiding premises on the west, thence westerly through the centre of said wall and parallel to French street slxty-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 the place of beginning, be the contents then of wiiat they may. .Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of Carrie F. Beggs. surviving mort gagor and as Executrix of Joseph L. Beggs deceased and to In* sold by * I HA AC GRUBB, Sheriff. Sheriff's office New Castle, April 26th. 1877. 5 apr27-3tawts QHEItlFF'H SALE. IO By virtue of a writ of Plus. Venditioni Exponas to me directed will he exposed to Public Suie at the LAFAYETTE HOTEL. 811 Shipley St., kept by Geo. W. Ortlip, in the city of Wil mington. New Castle county. Delaware SATURDAY. THE 12TH DAY OF MAY, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p. m., llie following described Real Estate, viz: All those t situated in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county and state of Delaware and • or formerly bounded and described as follows, to story brick beginning ; Win. B. \V certain lots or tracts of land dt: No. 1—Raving a three lessuage then •reeled and late of „„ .. on the easterly side of King street at the distance of forty-six feet ton inches from the southerly side of SevenLii street, thence by his land, south fifty eight degrees esistone hundred and : feet six Inches to a corner, thence south thirty-two degrees west eighteen feet three inches to a corner, tlieuoe north fiftv-elglit degrees and twelve feet six of King street and thence thereby north thirty-twodegrees east eluhteen feet tiiree indies to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. No. 2.—Beginning on the northerly side of Eront street at the distance of twenty feet from the westerly aide of Tutnall street thence westerly along said side of Fiont street seventy-one feet to a stake; thence northerly and parallel with Tatoall street eighty-one feet to a stake, thence easterly and parallel With Front street ninety-one feet to the said aide of Tat nail «treat, thence utherly along said side ofTatnall street twenty-two feet to a st ike, thence westerly and parallel with Front street twenty fee», to ji slake and Ru le! with Tatnull s corner of land now IgKl west one hundred inches to the said side • ice southerly ami parai - reet fifty-eight feet to the place of beginning, be the contents within these hounus more or less. Seized and taken in execution as the pro perty of Samuel Barr and to be sold by ISAAC GIUJBB, Sheriff Sheriffs Office, New Castle April 26, 1877. apr27-3tawt8. STEPHEN DOWNEY, IÏTJ1J FACTORY Wood Turning-, Scroll and Circular Sawing. Brackets, Cabinet and Carpenters' Turn lngs, and Ship Turnings. N. W. Corner Third & Tatnall Ste WILMINGTON, DEL. Wanted -Uum Timber suitable for Wheel Hubs. febl9-3m. : a " 1 ) H. KENT A CO., Importers and Manufacturer's Agents for IRON IRON, BTEEL, «TEEL, HARDWARE, HARDWARE AND COACH MATERIAL. Have the Largest Htock of Goods in the Htate in their line, and best assorted «lock in the United .Slates. NO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY AND 21 AINU 2L2 oxvaNGE STREETS, Wilmington, Del. Buy ana sell StockH, Bonds and Gold ln N York, Phila, Baltimore and local markets. UANKEK8 AND BKOKEItS. Clayton House Building. Entrance on 5tu Street. Heald & Co. Agents for American, Red Star, Inman and Cunard laines to Great Britain and Continent of Europe. WANTED. 15 Shares Union National Bank Stock, iu " Delaware Fire Insurance Co. stock »Sails ami Awniugg. roueut w. uqmiE The well known sail and awning maker NO. 7 EAST WATER STREET, 8 now prei dors for su «I to promptly execute all or uwMh Ul l ;' |l, ". 1 'U"d Ids pu mot mildew-proof «Âr-Âi! ääs J are upr26-lm. fa : m i mihiu It is nourish) used with « Ridge's F ? and sustaining; can b I Y,« mil ï''. tlie '-ffeettha • ion is Niniii m )OI 'i ,l <lell l ,,Uo const I tu Lion is simpiv marvelous. Ridge's L'nnd wôrlTovcr' Fvlï'ï lii 5 '! 08 » 1 uu,,1<)ri, f V the of v/obLiucii &'co a - rsUlBsi *' m - #1.25, and #1.75. i -, 35e.; no v23-ly-eoil. UAKDWAKE the he ex % AT NO. 214 MARKET .STREET. formerly* ore u m wî t msl , n ? ss at tlle ola «»and avelid,,, 1 ^, A - Bun can, we luourlln, Ournrl^l'? 1 ^' c , k ° r ?«*">. «slow as a*nyoihcr imuse lYi th/rtty BUNCAN BROTHERS 214 Market Street. aprlT-ü&w. -glUISVILLE, KtJune 30 $310,000 in JS li<3 Jk? 111 of u,, ' l * 1 ' tt!£Jc6ntt of the series of ' W ' U hl1 ( < 1TV nB , » n,,,-.,;. a,ui ^ }r< >fvinyHint of * n avt ,^S rY. lLLK » KY., nati i»a 1, j UNE 30 th, 1877, AT L PUBUC LIRRadv A hchvmv W T " ALl. ovur.« E.COMM]KN s URATE u-iti IHL TIME« 11 *60 000 for Only TFN Y HEAD THE LIST OEtilrrs. ' 1 Grand 4'ft.li Gilt 1 Grand Cash Gift 1 Grand Cash Gift 1 Grand Cash Ola 3 Grand Gash Gift. ,.1.000 each .1 Grand Cash Gills ooocaoh 30 Cash Gifts, *1,000 each . ' 40 Cash Gifts, *,1oo each 100 Cash Gifts, fjuo each 300 Cash GUIs, ,ioo ouch AX) Cash Girts, ,00 each . " «000 Cash Gilts «10 each $60,0 of of in, l.ï' 1". * 20 ,( 20 J I 80. •-'.*5. M), 6972 Cash Gifts amounting to IF/Ws 2tetav«*io. Jfulrc* *1. Ü, J1 Ttekel* *J(Æ 33* n -kels iäuo. Hv Tickets * Drawing Positively June 30, 1877 And Every 3 Months Thereatta Certifient« of Supcrviso Kilo. °f Drawlii This is to certify that the nm drawm., the Kentucky Cash Distribution (Wan took place on theoth of December In \p»i. Hall, Frankfort, Ky„ In our pres under our Immediate supervision We further state that every ticket ftn part of ticket, which had been sold uS represented In the wheel, and tlmt thedrai lng was fairly and honestly conducted w further state that we bail no interest Win ever in the enterprise, nor anv connectif» will) the same, except in the character r supervisors, whose sole duty was to nrr ted the interest of t he ticket holders and r preside over the drawing. 1 Hon. Alvin Duvall Stil». Couit of Ky. James G. Dudley, Chairman Board l S chool Trustees. Grant Green, Cashier Farmer's Bankn Kentucky. Hon. 8. I, M. Major, Public Printer fttati of Kentucky. Hon. Thomas N. Lindsay, Presided Farmers' Bank of Ky. J Hon. Thomas C. Jones, Clerk of SuuremJ Court of Kentucky. Judge R. A. Thompson, Presiding Judd Franklin Co. Court James G. Crockett, Clerk Franklin Co Court. RemlLtanoes can be made by Mail Ex, press, Draft. P O. Order or Registered Let ter made payable to G. W. Bat »to Chief Jusu ■ A Co All communications and orders lor ticket! should be addressed to G. W. BAR HOW Sl CO, General Managpn. Courier Journal Building, Louisville Kr, Or TII08. H. HAYES & CO.,* General Agents. 697 Broadway, N. Y Send for Circular m ay 2 -eod A w8 w. nfreckdi'.nti;d attraction! Over Half» Million DUtritmud u Louisiana State Lottery Company This Institution was regularly incorporé ated by the Legislature of the State Educational and Charitable purposes loi 1868, with a capital of $1,000,000, to which it has since added a reserve fund of 8350,000— ItM Oraiirl Singh N will take pluco monthly. It never Heal/* or postpones. Look at the following schemes: GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT* during which will take place the Extraordinary Semi-annua! Drawing At New Orleans, Tuesday June 5, Under the personal supervision and man agement Of Gen. iS. T. HUAI It LG AKh, «»I LouInlmiHf h nil Gen, JL'HAL A, EAKLY of Virginia. her Drawings Capital Prize, $100.000. - nyNotloe—Tickets are $10 Only Halves, $ 5 . Quarters, $ 2.50 JMKhths $1.25. UISTflF PRIZES. 1 Capital Prize of $100, 1 Grand Prize of 1 Grand Prize of 2 Large Prizes of 4 Large Prizes of 20 Prizes of >100. . 90, 50.000 20.000 10.000 w 20, 5, loo 800 40,000 ,000 MMI 100 . 10000 m APPROXIMATION MUZ* 100 Approximation prizes ofS 100 " «• 100.. 10,000 75 .. :.«• 1(10 11,279 Prizes amounting to.S572.5W Gen. G. T. Beauregard, of La. Gen. .Jubul A. Early, of Va. Write for Circulars or send orders to M. A. DAUPHIN. P. o. Box.*, Orleans, La . or WILLIAMSON 4 uo„| 317 Broadway, N. Y. THIRD GRAND DOLLAR DUAWINO' Tuesday July 3. h Capital Prize. 830,000. Tickets, 81 eM", apr36.2tawlw. j C'omm'rs. Fashionable Millinery. MRS. M. A. O'CONNOR wishes to announce to her friends anil U public In general that s Ç®]'ftJ er y received a large Invoice of Milin y Goods at 1er new store No. 4— M* 1 * street, consisting of all kinds. Hats y Feathers y Flowers and Silks , also, a lot of fine trimmed Bonnetojjd Hats, which she will dispose oi at able prices. Thanking lier patrons » past, she respeclfully solicits u soar public patronage for the future. MRS. M. A. O'CONNOR . 422 Market stre.e, m No npr24-2w. Charles Specht, 'Weiss Beer Brewery, AND Bottling Establishment Comer of Seventh and DuPont Sts. Wilmington, Delaware. Private families served dally with R" ttleJ Lager, Porter. Ale, Weiss lk er, •lor's S. E. corner A will receive Orders loft at II. Feld 1' .Second und Walnut streets pt attention*_ pn notice I*. MBSSl^ having removed from his old -"d 1 ' 1 ^ t . con ,i and King street to stalls 46 inform -St., Market House wouldIk» 1 }; his customers that «z..rv best them the same as usual with a sli Bradford county dairy Also, eggs - li" v - fro and eh«* iiiuyJJ'JL _ , »rom i L A C K C A S H M E K F « ■ -B ' J" g Ca "ll , ) the importer, a full Imeol Tg meres at 75, SI x, *1.00, ut lo»' e r 1.50. These desirable fabrics arc s a „j rices than we haveofTereO. '.°L„| dnratol. we recommend them forfoloi a'^m', and Markets"'. •tail, s the cheapest. sub* and cheap B ily Vourtli MAPLEWOOD tu EOye îî r o e SEP à U f âHOR'rBIBüK,A.M ;i .. institut®' p*ci4-wiy