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I Thb Daily Gasett* Is published every ÈÎreSfSîU byto.utswritere ii all part, of the city and surrounding paySle l weeklÿf e t'earïy S subscrlber»r«3 In' adv " 10e ' _ Ike §aily J&awttr. C. P. Johnson, Editor and Pkofbikto« to Tei Delaware Gazette, established In 1784, is the largest and most flourishing weekly paper In the 8tate, and has a larger circulation tnan any other on the Peninsula. Published every Thursday afternoon, at 82 per year, Id advance. Miiy 14. 1W77. In the English Parliament last week, Mr. Cross, the Home Secretary, announced the opinion of the Cabinet, and denounced the oppression and intol erance of the Turkish governmeut. He declared that England would do notbiDg to protect the Ottoman Empire. She would protect the Suez Canal, that short-cut to India, in which she ha» a great politi cal as well as pecuniary interest, and wonld not permit any power to interfere with the freedom of the Dardanelles ; further, the British goaernment would protect Constantinople from becoming the prize of conquest; did not* think it possi ble that Russia could or would defy all the rest of Europe by seizing Egypt or Constantinople, and would use its power to stop the war, or at least to mitigate its evils, and to improve the condition of the Christian populations under the Moham medan role. The general feeling in England most certainly is that Russia is performing an act of humanity in taking up arms to punish Turkey for barbarous ly treating the Christians within her ter ritory. But England cannot do what her Home Secretary proposes and be a neutral power. In order to protect Constantino ple, England will have to place some of her heaviest armed ships on the Bospho rus and at the Dardanelles Ibis will in volve her in the war, and once on the side of the Turk she will have to make common cause with him, or sell out for a consideration, which may be in the shape of a treaty with Russia in which England's share of .the .Ottoman Empire will be agreed to,and Russia's possessions in India defined and her progress there stopped. The result of the war will no doubt be the destruction of the Turkish ment, since all that is left by Russia will be divided between the other powers. Where the British Lion once fixes his claws he rarely withdraws his hold. Here after it is possible that England will have govern to take the place oi the Turk in keeping. Russia from her long coveted position on „ , " . 1 ., , the Bospriorous. But we do not think the British statesmen will assume this hostile attitude ; on the contrary they will endeavor to escape it by a treaty aDd an alliance of some sort in which England will be induced to believe she.will extend her power and dominion in some such way as to make her influence, as com pared with Russia's, as great in the future as it is at present. Mexican Border Troubles. —It usually happens when there is a proposi tion for a reduction of the army, with a reasonable hope for success, that the trouble on the Mexican border along the Rio Grande looms up, with strong prob abilities of a war with that power. Now when there is no use for retaining more than 10,000 or 12,000 men, stories of fre quent raids across the Rio Grande are being published, with a view, there is lit tle doubt, to have the number of troops in creased there and used iu catching the nu merous thieves who come over into Texas and drive ofi* cattle and horses belonging to our people. It would, of course, be cheaper to pay for these cattle than to give Mexico a pretext for making war on us, or for the United States to make war on Mexico. We believe we ought to have a more southern border—we ought to have Lower California ; but wo don't want to pay for it either in money or the lives of our people. It is not for the ag grandizement of our people that we de sire this territory. Its acquisition would result more to the benefit of its Mexican inhabitants than to any other people, while it would tend to secure peace and increase the prosperity of both nations. Just now what the people most desire is national economy, and this can be great ly promoted by reducing the army at the earliest time possible. Mr. Gowen's jlast statement of the Philadelphia and Heading Railroad looks very much as though he had put the road in a bad condition, and that it would be as likely to go into the hands of a receiv er or be sold by the bondholders, as the Wilmington and Heading did two or three years before it collapsed. It may have been a satisfaction to him and his stock holders to break down all competitors for the trade ; but he seems to have paid dearly for his victory, if such he deemed his triumph over our enterprise. little Wilmington It is a little singular that a lot of com bustible material should be under such building as the Opera House. Any who could fire such a building at such a time is unfit to live. a mie "The Grace of God' was the name of the Turkish monitor sunk by the Rus sian guns on the Danube. Two hundred men were lost ; only one of the crew was saved. Thu N«w York »mi say«: "If it Is true that an Idv talion was sent to Got. Tilden to be present at the dinner that la to be given by the Chamber of Com merce to the ie facto President of the , United States, it was a most incouside ra te and indelicate act. To subject Gov. j Tilden to the necessity of declining the I invitation, or to the alternative of meet mg Mr. Hayes as President, was both unnecessary and improper." The Corn Speculation.— The market for corn opened with a bound on Satur day, and sales of mixed Western for June delivery were made at 71 and 71 è cents, but before the close of 'Change ! sales were made at 60J cents owing to ad vices of a decline at Chicago. Iu the afternoon the market was steadier ami closed at 694aGDJ cents, a deline of 1 een* per bushel from tfce closing price on Fri day. Wheat was dull and weak and flour steady. At New York both corn and wheat were rather higher. At Chicago wheat was 6 cents and corn 2 cents lower The Local Option Bill has passed the Massachusetts Legislature. Section 2 al lows druggist and apothecaries to sell alcohol and liquors oniy under a fourth class license. Any city or town may vote on the first Tuesday in May, (but this year the first Tuesday in June,/ that license may be granted, and they may be granted to exceed one for each thousand inhabitants, exclusive of apothecaries, and licenses may be refused to persons unfit; nor is the law to be construed so as to compel licenses to be granted. The bad feeling at Constantinople is increasing. A Turkish journal has actu ally advoefcted the mpssacre of the Christians. Mr. Layard, the English representative, has demanded explana tions. Many Turks resent the idea even of a friendly occupation of Constantino ple by the English, and say if England wants to help Turkey she should do so on the Danube or in Asia. There is a great uneasiness among the European residents. Many have left, and others are leaving. Th* New York Tribune 1ms invented a very neat and apparently inexpensive method of divesting the war map of its greatest terrors. It consists as we can ob serve from this distance, of printing the map upside down, thereby saving the reader from the danger to which he ex poses himself in standing on his head to get a really comprehensive view of the seat of war. The Last Sibgk ok GiBKAi.TAR.~The most memorably, in some respects, of all the fourteen sieges to which Gibraltar has been subjected was the last, called the "great siege," one of the mighty 1 wh, ® h b«gan in the I year 1779. The famous General Elliott was commander of the fortress. Spain, ' 11 alliance with France and Morocco' endeavored to surprise Gibraltar; bat a Swedish ship gaveEllioti the alarm. The garrison comprised but five companies of artillery, and the whole force was less than five thousand live hundred men. The enemy's force was fourteen thou sand. The siege began by the blockading of the port, and a camp was formed at San Roque with the design of starving out the garrison. When the English Governor resolved to open fire upon his besiegers, a lady in the garrison first shot. Never did a siege war rage more furiously than did this for neanv three years. The garrison was often re duced to sore straits for food; "a goose was worth a guinea," and Elliott tried upon himself the experiment of living upon four ounces of rice a day for a week. Exciting stories are told of the privateers tliat ran in, amidst terrible dangers,with provisions, and of the storms which threw welcome wood and cork within reach of the besieged. The rock at once time would surelyhave been taken had it tint been for Admirai Rodney, who, sail ing oft' the strait, captured a small fleet ef Spanish war ships and merchantmen, and clearing the strait of besiegers, brought his prizes into port. But all danger was not yet averted; Gibraltar was again blockaded; scurvy broke out in the garrison, and Morocco refused her harbors to.English ships. The enemy crept closer and closer to the fortress,but relief coming every now anil then en abled the English still to hold out. The bombardments were fearful lo endure "The city was almost destroyed; scarcely a house habitable,and those left standing pierced by shot and shell. At one time the desperate garrison fell to plundering the town; Eiliutt shot the leaders in this outrage. The long agony, full of terrific combats and frightful privation", ended by the final abandonment of the siege early in 1783. If in that year the English hail to make up their minds that they must let go their American colonies,they had at least the consolation that Gibral tar was still theirs.—G eokok M. Towns, in Harper's Mayazine for June. fired the A Ckuel Joke. —An Erie exchange publishes'the following cruel squib: "Abbey lias engaged Kate Claxton lor the Buffalo Academy of Music, May 1, and the owners have just effected $20,000 ad ditional insurance on the building, while every floor ot the Tifit House will be patroled day and night during her stay. It is understood that the leading insur ance companies are to form a pool and offer Miss Claxton *200,000 to retire from the stage and pass her declining years in a fire-proof vault on an antiphlogistic diet." THE VOSHELL HOUSE, < liest er lown, Md., II VS agai come into the possession and anagement of the undersigned,who ill take pleasure ii fort und conv contributing to the fence of those who may m I izo . t ' ie House. Especial attention win r»e given to all, whether permanent Boarders or transient Customers. I he subscriber has had varied and ex tensive experience in country and city in conducting a Hotel, which will enable Mm to secure theanproval ol every one who may e ■' T V' Bedding and Cham Kv,* 11 ,ïl especlal| y attended to, and the Table will be equally so. Good order will at aft times be preserved, and the Parlors of nests ^ °P en fur the accommodation Äere pat is probably no better conveniences for Horses and Carriages on the Eastern Score of Mar viand. The public are invit ed u> make him a call ««-weinvu may8-3m. JOHN C. VOSHELL. F or HADE OR EXCHANGE-A hand some fine toned second hand Estey Or gan nearly new. Apply to this office, lebst - - Public Sale H E A.JL. ESTAT 1 . wireon"**'' he vlll "* eof Newark . Dela THURSDAY. 7th DAY ot JUNE NEXT, l<fi7, at 2o'clock p. in., th ^ f" 1 !"*' 1 "® described property, vis: \o*of laSd^ituatekn"""^^'^ Uwviïluê of Newark aforesaid, bounued and deocrib ' as follow«: Beginning at a corner In the road leading from Newark to Nottingham, near a small tenement of Kev. Alex. Heberton nlng north twenty three and greet*, east four chain« and fifty.three links to a new corner in line of said land, thence by a new line north slxty-one and one-fourth degrees, west one chain and thirteen links to a corner of land of James L. Miles, south twenty-three and one-half degrees, west four chains and flay three links toa corner In said Nottingham Road: thence with said road south sixty-one and one-fourth degrees, east one chain and thir teen links toa corner and place of beginning containing one-half acre of land; being the real estate of Mary Wrench late of Clay Creek Hundred deceased. TERMS—Twenty per cent, of the pui chase money to be paid when the property Is struck ott, and the balance on Thurmlup , the 14 th of June, when a good and suflloieiit deed will be OF Will be sold at Public waie the Pre ed ,and run half de Heberton's I, it, given the purchaser, GEORGE WILLIAMS, Administrator. Joseph Williams. Jas. Williams, Win. Williams, Marla Scair, heirs at law of Mary Wrench deceased. may2-3tda4tw. May 1, 1877. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VERY VALUABLE FARM IN CECIL COUNTY, MD. In virtue ofa decree of the Circuit Court for Cecil county, as a Court of Chancery, the subscriber, as Trustee, will otter at Public Sale, at the Court House door, In Elkton, on WEDNESDAY, the 23d day of May, 1877, at 11 o'clock a. in., all that Farm or Tract of Land, situated In Back Creek Neck, In Cecil county, called "Boulden's Rest,' 'Richard's Chance," which is described in deed from Thomas J. Foard to Eli J Foard, dated on or about the 31st day of October, 1871, and recorded among the land records of said county, ln Liber D. 8., No, 4, folio 637. containing 324# acies, more less. This farm bounded on the south, by Back Creek on the west by the land of Noble Riddle, on the north by the land of the lute H. D. Fowler And on the east by Uie lund of the late G W. Bennett.The improve menu consist of a good dwelling Is sal House with the usual farm bulld liae ln * s i a large PEACH ORCHARD « 1 I In full bearing; and other fruit trees The land Is of goodquatity. well fenced, and very productive; and its location and many advantages make It a very deslrablelnvest inent. THE TERMS OF SALE, prescribed by the decree, are: That oue-thlrd of the pur chase money shall be paid In cash on the day of sale, and the residue In two equal Instalments at stx and twelve months thereafter, with Interest from the day of sale, and security approved by the Trus HKNRY W. ARCHER, Trustee. Bel Air, Harford county, Md. Leo. may3-wts. ALE OF COWS. The subscriber will sell a' Public Sale at Red Lion, East Marlbor ough, Chester Co., Pa., or 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 8 C. I* bush, HAS REMOVED TO MARKET STREET. A LARGE STOCK OF WATCHES JEWELRY, AND SILVER WARE, Constantly on hand. »"REPAIRING promptly attended to mar20-'75 PIANOS. PIANOS. For Ö'-iOO & Upwards. «ROANS For ^4f!> and Upwards For Cash or Instalments, at ROBELIN A BRO'8 W A REROOM8 rnayl7*73(UP 8TAIR8 D. S. THOMAS, Extractor of Teeth. Formerly Assistant Administrator of Nl trous Oxide Gas with his Brother the late Dr. » R. Thomas, at the Col ton Dental Association. Practice Excepsiveey Confined Extracting Teeth, WITH FRESH AND PURE TO NJTBÔÜS OXIDE GAS. A LADY ATTENDING. Phfehfa 905 Wal,Ult » tre et.Nora,ld 1315 Chestnut St, PhiJ triumph! AND 334 Bowery New York ir ^ Are curing rupture in from 30 to yo days, and otter 81.000 for a Ruptur* they 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 awarded the me daJataUthe fairs where it has been ex hibited • Examinations fir fen Order sent by mail or express. 8eeendce. cents for h New Book, at either office. 407 MARKET ST. 407 BENJ. S. CLARK, A|rull[assortment of SUPERIOR CLOCKS,) WATCHES JEWELRY and| SPECTACLES, ' Constantly on hand and for sale ot the low est market rates. Particular and personal EKE 10 firing any Diamond Spectacles. ^ NOTICE*, OTICE_A train will Icare Philadel phia for W11 m Ing'on on 6 UN DA Y ' pant six o'clock. H. K. KENNEY, Sup't. N evening at half May N otice.-workingmen's loan ASSOCIATION.—The most profit able Investment for small sums of money Is In a building and loan association, and Workingmen's now otters Just such an opportunity. Its fifth series having been Issued the first payment will be due May 24th, hut may be maile any time before.— Call day or evening at the Secretary's office, N. W. corner of Sixth and Shipley streets. GEO. C. MARIS, myU-tf. Secretary. TH DIVIDEND. Office of the Delaware Fire Insurance Co. No 608 Market 8t., Wilmington, Del. May Mb, 1877. The Board of Directors have this <|ay de clared a dividend of four percent, on the capital stock of the Company out of the not earnings for the past six months, payable on deinond to the stockholders or their legal representatives at the office of said Com F. L. GIL BIN, Secretary. 104 pany. may8-eod-3t. OTICE_Additional trains lor New Castle during May Session of Court will leave depot at 6.20 a. m. H. F. KENNEY. inay5-tf. Superintendent. N N OTICE.—NEW RE RIEH. -The "Ccn t rul Loan Association" oflfer for sale 300 shares of stock in the 7th series, first payment of $1 per-share can be made to tho Secretary at any tlmo on or before the 16th Inst. Books now ready. j\pplyto D. T. HAWKINS, Hec'y. may5- 10t. No. 404 Market St. OTICE.—ANNUAL MEETING,—The sixth annual meeting of the stock holders of the ''Central Loan Association" Frida Inst, at the office of Market street at 7 to the By-Laws w will submit ther annual report ami an elect t ion ol officers and directors will be held. mayT-öt N 11 be held yievening next the 11th I lie Secretary No. 4**4 k o'clock. Amendments ill he acted on. Auditors D. T. H \ W KINS. Sec'y. OTICE TO DELINQUENTS OF CITY and School Taxes for 1876. We the undersigned having rendered bills and sent >ostal cards and having called several lines, do give tills notice that we have per formed our part under the law and 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. We do not propose to pay to the city the taxes of other people, nor do we Intend our suri tles to pay them for us. Offices No. 10 East Sixth street, between Mamet and King. Hours from 8 a. m„ to It in., from 2toS and 7 to 8 p. m. E.PROVOST, Collector for N. District E. FA UM AH, Collector for S. District. N 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. m.. at which time and place an election will be held for a President and Directors to serve for the dittoing year. HENRY V. LESLIE, Secretary. may3-ltawtjune4. N OTICE— IO0TH DIVIDEND—The Di rectors of this Institution have this day delared a dividend of three per cent.for tin* last six months payable to the stock holders or their legal representative on or after the 17th lust. By order W. M. BELL, Cashier. N Bank of Smyrna, May 3,1R77. may4-4tlawAw. N OTICE.—Is hereby given to all persons whose business or occupation requires a State license for the present year (1K77) Unit the same is due and payable on the first day of June, at the offices of the Clerk of the Peace for New Castle County. JOHN P. SPRINGER, New Castle. Clerk M. A. J. SPRINGER. Deputy, No. 309 W. Second St., Wil mny2-lm. N OTICE.—Notice is nereny given that the County and Poor tax for the year 1977 are now due and payable at the office 618 Market street, P. 8.—All pe have not paid, their taxes for the rsons who year 1976 are requested to do so at once or 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 the year 1K77, notice is hereby given, that un less they are paid or some provision made for their payment on or betöre the loth day of May next, then on and after that date, the ferrules of all delinquent water renters will be dmwn and the supply cut ott' apl7-tml0 W. S. HAYES, Register. A UDITOR'S NOTICE.-The School mlttees of New Castle County, hereby notified to meet the Auditor of Ac counts on the 7,8 and 9th of May, at New Castle, and settle the accuntol their respec tive School Districts ap27-eod&w2w NATHAN PRaTT Auditor of Accounts. N OTICE. Jacobi) Winslow ) Charles A. Winslow, I CatharineH Winslow ; et. al., i'#. I George H. Winslow J A ND now, to wit, this nineteenth day of February, A. I)., itrn, It appearing to uie Chancellor by the affidavit of Isaac Grubb that George H. WlnJow, one of the defendants In this cause mus no known place of abode within this county, and can not be served with process; that his place of residence Is unknown and no appear WMîe having been entered for the said Geo. H. Winslow at the return of the summons issued for him. It is, therefore, ou motion 'Victor du Pont. Esq., solicitor for thefie H"°"^ 8 V, 0rdere a bv the Chancellor that the said George H. Winslow do appear be lore the Chancellor at his chambers In Do ver, on Monday, the 21st day of May, A.D., d 8 ?°y r cai,Hft . lf an y he has. why partition of the premises In the petition described should not be made according to the prayer thereof, or Unit the petition will H Winslow° coufeS8 ° *** to the 8aid George Bolster Is directed to cause a copy of this order to be published in the r,!r'',a W a " E Paij-y Gazette, a newupa per of the city of Wilmington, in said period of thirty days next PiEEr 06 "* 11 ® tfie said 21st day of May, A D , 1677. Attest, ' " . C. M. VANDEVER, aprl0-tmay21. Register In Chancery In Chancery of Delaware, New Cas tle County, «s. Cause of Partition : PRACTICAL FARMER HOTEL ON THE PHIL., ÏLPHIA PIKE, 5 miles from Wilmington E. J. HAUGHEY. - Proprietor. H AVING taken anew lease, I would In form my friends and the public that I Prepared to receive travellers and give first-class accommodations. The table will be supplied with the luxuries of the season and the bar filled with choice wines and li quors. The house will be remodeled and relurnisfied in the spring when it will fa vorabiy compare with our best hotels. Good 'h lent for th , e accommodation of 2« head of horses, and ample room loi drovers. The public 1 ted to give me a call. : rcspectlnlly Invl febiM-amd. .IOIIN L. iMA.LOlVK, PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS BEUAWARE AVENUE & MADISON STS.. WILMINGTON. DEL? N Constantly on hand an assortment of best marble ol the different kinds which he Is prepared to work up Into Monument Head and Foot Stones, Steps, Mantels ami House Work in general. Hiving a Ion* ex perience In the business he flattlrs hlmsef that he can give entire satisfaction loal who may favor him with their patronise The public are invited to call a5d in"?lc his work and learn his prices. novZU® j m SPECIAL NOTICE THE PLACE TO GET TRIMMINGS, GAU8E MERINO UNDERWEAR, Hosier, Gloves. Notions» ZEPHYRfJ; RUFFLINGS. TIES, Etc., 18 AT Mn. Need«' Old Stand 417 MARKETISTREET. apr25-3mdw. STEPHEN DOWNEY, HUB FACTORY Wood Turning, Scroll and Circular Sawing. Brackets, Cabinet and Carpenters' Turn lugs, and Ship Turnings. N. W. Corner Third & Tatnall Ste WILMINGTON, DEL. Wanted _Gum Timber suitable for feb!9-3m. Wheel Hubs. H. KENT A CO., ß porters and Manufacturer's Agents for IRON, IRON, STEEL, STEEL, HARDWARE, AND COACH MATERIAL. Have the Largest Stock of Goods in the State in their line, and best assorted Stock in the United 8tates. NO. 20ft AND 207 SHIPLEY AND 21 AND zu uaaNGE STREETS, Wilmington, Del. HARDWARE Huy and sell Stocks, Bonds and Gold in N York, Phlla, Baltimore and local markets. BANKERS AND BHUKfilffi. Clayton House Building. Entrance on ÖUi Street. Heald&Co. Agents for American, Reel Star, Inman and Cunard Lines to Great Britain and Continent of Europe. WANTED. IS Shares Union National Rank Stock. ID " Delaware Fire Insurance Co. stock Sail» and Awning*. ROBERT W. BIUNIE The well known sail and awning maker, NO. 7 EAST WATER STREET, prepared to promptly execute All or ders for sails and awnings. His sails are without equal, and hl« patent mildew-proof awnings the best in existence. Satisfaction Ik guaranteed in all orders entrusted to his apr2G-lm. s arc. in C. W. HORN, Late of J. Merrick A c6. Carriage jHannfitciory. 103 WALNUT STREET, Wilmington, Dbl. One Square above P., W. A B. R. R. Depot The su bscrl her having pu rchased the 1 arge shop and wurerooms located as above, would inform the public that he has every facility for manufacturing Llghtand Heavy Carriages of every description. In the best manner, and can offer inducements to pur chasers superior to any first-class establish ment In the city. Our work all made In the shop, out of the best material, and under our immediate superinlendnnce, and we arc therefore confide it tha will give sat isfaction. Wjr t all and examine our stock of car riages before purchasing elsewhere. 0. W. HORN, 103 Walnnt St., Wilmington. u!7-ly J. W. SMITH'S IMPROVED IRON BOUND MILE CAN, PATENTED JULY 20th, 1875. Call and examine them before purcha sing elsewhere. 710 Girard Avenue, ap5-w6m. PHILADELPHIA. No, 1 Peruvian Guano. rpHE subscribers have efleeted an ar I rangement with the Peruvian Govern y on haud lU by whlch Ule >' ha ve constant PURE NO. I PERUVIAN GUANO, which they will deliver from their own stores In Philadelphia or the Government stores In New York or Baltimore We sell no Guano but what direct from Government stores. parties buying of_ none but a pure article. we receive Therefore rely on receiving m m CHRISTIAN A CO., marfit-wlm N h Waler 8t '> Philadelphia. JOHN «. H1KZEJL, MACHINIST, No - 2°6 Second Street, no. 513 Orangti Street, and (up-iuirv,) Kee PR on hand and makes to order his Pat , , H 0 ^.. a,, d Rivet Cutters, Drilling Ma chines, Meat Choppers, ImproVtMi ^i r ,7r' < ;..V, , '!" lehi " K Cutting Mach hie? all of wii ich are very superior for the nur 1 lnt ? n ded* He also repairs Guns' WorkgeneraUv "am 'IT", llKht Machine B touncfm e t rieh y cstriyle klnU8 ° f edged A person with some knowledge chine work will oe taken aV n .lr, the subscriber has more than hecili allied ent ■ ol Public patronage 6ebl»77twtf solicited JOHN G HRZEL. SPECIAL NOTICE S- H. STAATS IS NO LONGER DOING AT NO. 417 MARKET STREET, BUT HAS REMOVED HIS NEW STORE, No. 405 market street, three doors Where he has RUSINESS TO ABOVE FOURTH . a large and well se „ lectedstock of SAMPLE AMD NANCY Game Merino Underwear, Honery, Gloves, Notions, arll-dAwu^*™' h ' J ^ in 'J«t Ties, Etc TRIMMINGS 0\D «band drawing SEG L0DI8T11Ü. ïi, June 3i m $310,000 CASHm ui THE KENTUCKY CASH DIHTnn TION CO., author!zed by a Special *a U ie Legislature for tho benefit of the p Lie Schools ok Frankfort win „ the second of the series of Grand ltnxwinL ■ CITY OF LOUISVILLE, KY Rat DAY, JUNE HOT U, 1K7,AT PUBLIC LIBRARY HAL A 8CHEME.COMMRNSURATF Wi THE TIMES J •60 000 for Onlv TEN HEAD THE LIST UE til NTS. 1 Grand Cash Gilt 1 Grand Cash Gift 1 Grand Cash Gift 1 Grand Cash Gift 3 Grand Gash Gifts BA,000 each !i Grand Cash Gifts 82,000 each - 20 Cash Gifts, $1,000 each 40 Cash Gifts, tooo each loo Cash Gifts, 8200 each 300 Cash Gifts, 8100 eaoh 800 Cash Gifts, 850 each 0000 Cash Gifts g 10 each «972 Cash Gifts amounting to Whole *01). ' I I ; ruhet, *10, Halva, fr,. Quarter. Ticket! tuQjjij, JVtettftoo.KiJ Drawing Positively June 30, If Ana Every 3 Months Thereati CcrllflCKI« of Supervisor, or Dr.w U This is to certify that the nm drawl J the Kentucky Cash Distribution CoimJ took place on the6th of December in vl Hall, Frankfort, Ky., in our preucenod under our Immediate supervision I We further state that every ticket 1 part of ticket, which had been sold J represented In the wheel, and that thedJ Jng was fairly and honestly conducted I further state that we had no interest wi ever In the enterprise, nor any conned with the same, except in tliecharaetd supervisors, whose sole duty was to ■ tect the Interest of the ticket holders a J preside over the drawing Hon. Alvin Duvall, late Chief JuJ Sup. Couitof Ky. James G. Dudley, Chairman BoaH School Trustees. _ Grant Green, Cashier Farmer's Bad Kentucky. 1 Hon. S. I, M. Major, Public Printer J of Kentucky, 1 Hon. Thomas N. Lindsay, preslfl Farmers' Bank of Ky. Hon. Thomas C. Jones, t'lerkof Hum! Court of Kentucky. 1 Judge R. A. Thompson, Presiding il Franklin Co. Court j James G. Crockett, Clerk Franklin! Court. j Remittances can be made by Mail I press, Draft. F O. Order or Registered I ter made payable to G. W. Harrow 4 (I A11 com mu n 1 cations and orders for t id should be addressed to c. w. barkow a co l General Manage! Courier Journal Building, Louisvih,. 1 Or THOS. H. HAYES à CO.,'I General Agknb 697 Broad way, N| Send for Circular inay2-oodAwsw. nphbc;boknti;d attkacti Over Haifa Million DUtrtbu U Louisiana State Lottery Compi This Institution was regularly lncor] ated by the Legislature of the Slat** Educational and Charitable purpose) 1868, with a capital of sl.ooo.ooo, to wide has since added a reserve lund of 8350,(X Its Grand Single Number Drawl will take place monthly. Jt never untie postpones. Look at the following sehen GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT during which will take place die Extraordinary Semi-annual Draw At New Orleans, Tuesday Junes, Under the personal supervision and m agement of G«n. w. T. BEAI lUGil ol Lou lain itn, anal Gen, JI H A I, EAHLY of Virginia. Capital Prize, $100.00 CC?"Notlot>—Tickets are $10 O Halves $5. Quarters, $3.51 Eighths $126 LIST OF PRIZES. 1 Capital Prize of 8100,ooo 1 Grand Prize of 1 Grand Prize of 2 Large Prizes of 4 Large Prizes of 20 Prizes of .?10I 50.000 20.000 10 000 5.000 1.000 a * jfl 1 * Ml 200 800 !(, 10000 1(1 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 100 Approximation prizes ofê-'D" * * 100 " " 100.. 1 75.. 100 11,279 Prizes amonnting to. Gen. G. T. Beauregard, of La.) Gen. Jubal A. Early, of Va. S Write for Circulars ^ , M. A. DAUPHIN, P. ». Box.« ; Orleans, La., or WILLIAMSON 4 I 317 Broadway, N- Y. THIRD GRAND DOLLAR DRAWI1 Tuesday July 3. Capital Prize. 820,000. Tickets, $l ec apr35-2taw4w. Coinit *nd orders to Fashionable Milliner; ^ MRS. M. A. O'CONNOR wjij ^SAto announce to her friends and ■|Fpublic In general that she lias J received a large invoice of Mill*" Goods at her new store No. 42- ' >iar street, consisting of all kinds. Hat8 y Feathers , Flowers and Silk also, a lot of fine trimmed Bonnets i Hats, which she will dispose of at reas able prices. Thanking her patrons *o past, she respectfully solicits a nn ar public patronage for Uie future. MRS. M. A. O'CONN« No. 422 Market stn apr24-2w. 4 hartes ttpeeht» WeLs Be;r Brewer; AND Bottling Establisömen Corner of Seventh and DuPont St Wilmington, Delaware. Private families served daily with Lager, Porter. Ale. Weiss Beer, «*c. Orders left at H. FeMmeler's 8. L. «JjJ of 8econ<l and Walnut street- » \ prompt attention. R I! 5 • ilH It Is nourishing and ?, n * Ia ,'h ' ettW' used with or without milk ■ , , 01 Ridge's Fool has upon a delicate ''Tec^gn^^V^Mge^auffio world over. Every label be rs ißS tare of WOOLRICJI & c0 „"'23-, id 66c.; #1.25, and *1.75. Du IC1 Is HARDWARE MARKET STR Having resumed business attheSL formerly occupied by John A. — have laid In a well fleeted stock in our line. Our prices w 111 as tow aaaPy^&NVoTH AT NO. 214 aprl7-d*w.