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Omruorrur. Daily Q»**ttk , > Willuiuxton^Del- Ma» î! IJp'-l Wilmington Quotation*. lumi*h*u by Jonu MuliCar A don. Danker*. No *i«2 Market rtrect. at 2 o'clock, i*. in., to-day 'fij* : Mi «»id... -» Pennsylvania K- It-.— Lehigh Valley...•. Lehigh Navigation..... Philadelphia A Heading-........ 5-20 Coupon IS»», January A July 10-40 Coupon. North Pacifie 7 3-10.- -. New Fives. — Delaware Stale Bonds.. New York Central... New York A Krio.• II aion 4I'4 !£S 1 isi* 112 101) m k>'* 31 Pacifies WtumfoTOX. D*l.. May £2.1873. Uuolations at the Brandywine Mills for Flour and Grain—Dorruutvd Daily. Family Flour Kxtrarlour. ... ... Superfine Flour . Wheal . Corn. »10 75*511.75 . 8.Ï5** ».7-* . 7.(kk.« 8IV . UO0 2W .. f'-'o.l Business Notices. UAeap Coal.-» tove 55.75, Nut 55.00 per 2240 pounds fur cash only,Bt wharf South of Market street Bridge. tvlrJl tf \Vrs. J. linoWN ORGANlZKI) IS* IN. JOHN McLEAR & SON; Exchange & Deposit Bank Wo. Mdrkfl Slre«*l, WILMTNUTON. PEL. Pepu<it Aoct»unt<. Iu chot-k ni «i*ht, (*-aiue a< at a National ]î.ink.> solicilo.i from fiiius. coiuo rations aud indirulua)«. FIVE i'ER CENT. INTEREST Per annum allowed on deposits, poyablo on do - uisud. SPF.iT AL ARUANtlKMEXTS For inlercsl ui idc on deposit* of specific sums, for fixed periods. COLLECTIONS Oi DiviiicnJ*. Nets* 1 !. . . u Drafts. A. despatch, an.I ac-auulod fi*r Ihe day iu eeived. . mr U with \ m«nt h re CHECKS Oa Bxnks in PhU:i*lnl|*hi«. New York, Hyton, B«l Delaware, l'eun«>Irani« :»n»i Washington u ill bo on©Jit oil on reoetf»! from cu«fo«cn> at !>ar. , BONDS. STOCKS. GOLD. Sto. Oovornmenl Soon ri lie*, G>iU, State Bon J*. Ilail r«*a*l B«>n4s and Stocks bought and sold <»n comuiir Mdii. Local Beouritin a «|»ncihlty. Being repre Fontod iu all the* prim-i|»al cittci* by reliable corre* uondents, we are prepared t<4 attend to any bosineaa iu thi? line with promptnov and despatch. I*crrt4»n« wanting t a» buy or nell are invited to give u« a call. Ouotationg of the active Stock« at New York and Philadelphia received dally at Sound Investment Securities negoliatetl and fur aale. ^ , Every kind of legitimate Banking done. oflice. JOHN HEP RICE & CO.. BANKERS & BROKERS, N«. t Fiflta Street, ((Clayton Ho«««.) Dealer? in Sute an 1 City Loan«. BANK. RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS Bought and «old on commUvion. Time patter and Collateral Joans negotiated. Money loaned on call. Al«o, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Mortcnres Negotiated. llou«cs Rented, and Rent« Colleeted. llavo for «ale Northern Pacific II. R. 7-30 Fir«t Mortgage. Gold B<*nds: Wilmington and Worten» R. It. T-Ji» Kirrt Mortgage Bond«. Tn«* firet-elass farm« on the State Road, near Mil font. Del.: large peach and «pole orchards n<*w in bearing, and other fruit; very desirably located. All businc«« intrusted to u« will be thankfolly re ceived and promptly attended to. lii:ir s (ill Coal and Wood. () H. APPLEBY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN COAL, WOOD, SAND and LIME. YARDS. SOUTH WILMINGTON. A fall st"ok of tarse and small COAI, kept on hand and sold at reasonable« prices. Delivered to all parts of tbe citv free of ehartre. upr2-dtf l-ooli ! l.ook ! I.isoK ! GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN COAL. Stove. Ib.to per Tun. For*. f*i S ' " Nut. *'..75 Guaranteed pure: *210 lbr. I« tbe ion: (well reined and deliver.il promottv t.v A. N. KEfTIILKR. Suece**or to Joseph Foul. Office and Yard: corner Waterand West Greet!*. ani l dlj- ii.;l £•> Ein i riov iu III* Price *miU. ON AND AFTER APRIL 21. 1W3. And unlit further not. en. my prices fo'Caal will be as fall*»': glove. Re* and Broken. 8Ü4I par ton deiir*r*i. Larue Hut Goal. 8r.7i 0®e«—Oranre and Water 81 *. and Poole'« Wharf, apt lr-21 f NEORQE W. iftiSH A SON T Now offer the Bert gualiciu of LEIIIGH end BOHYLEILL COAL at a Reduction of OHf Ikullar per To* JOSEPH F0UT. jJrnlfrs. 1878 OPEIHINU 1873 OF THE ICE SEASON. WAI.TNK At JANE4, Wbolasalaaid Retail tue Dealers-OSes« ltth aad Kins and 4th and .'vbiplev. Fur the seaion w* wilt furnish families, offee*. e. with pure solid lee at th* fallow■*( prieas. vie filbv.dxtlr, 50cent« per week. 12 ** Or " h. r.l ». * ■o fl 05 II« I 4)15«. amt ov.r, at tha role of 50 eeati per 100 lbs. llsviac token great pain, to proear* euretal, steady driver«, w* guaranies oar eastomen satis faction Vf a guarantee a supply throughout th* Order« by >nxil will receive prompt attention. BatDLir Janas. Ilowtttu P. Waltox. npli-tf ffPHE GREAT AMEIICAN rfkOII.KB ECLIPSED BY THR iNational Broiler, K MORRISON'S, 4bb Bhiplev street. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. City Council meets this evening. l'enu I<oau Aeeocistion meets Ibis cveuing. Overcoat* and coal tire* feel quite eomlertabla to-day. When will it stop raining, is now the memen to« queetion. Qo and see Maggie Mitchell nt the Croud Ope ra Hone*, to-night "Little NoM" will appear at the UrouJ Opera Houee, ou Monday evening next. Term Exmrrti.— Tho term of office of Benja min it. Ustick as Clerk of the Orphaue Court and Court of Chanceiy, expired un Tuesday laat. DgetpKl*. —lit the suit made l>v Hosanna Adams, col., against the P , W. A U. It It, iu the District Caurt, No. 2, of Philadelphia, 1er damages for tho killing or her husband ou the road, (previ ously mention in Ihe CazaTTE) the jury reudered a Verdict in favor of the plaintiff, for fitW. Sxi.ks of Mosey.—A t the regular monthly meeting of Central Loan Association, Iasi eve ning, *!000 sold af 34 per cent, premium. A cou aklcrahU sum was also paid to » iibdrawiug share holders. Three hundred shares of third series stock have been issued by this Association, and one hundred were taken last night. At the regular monthly mcctiug of Aid Loan Association, last cveniug, $2-5 sold al 30J» p*r cent, premium, and 8'JotiO al 2SJ^. Union Bane.—T ho repairs to tho Union Na tiou Bank, which are soon to It* made, will noces »Hst- the i-inovsl ot tho institution to some other quarters. Thu Directors have made airangemeuts to use a portion portion ot the Artizaus' Savings' Bank, iu Ihe Clayton House, whore the Bank will conduct operations while the repairs are being made. The Directors, as already stated, wit meet iu ltummer's lusuianco Hoc res, at the N. E cor nered Fourth aud Market streets, wicoud story. Anni al Mketino —The second auuual iug of the Woikingmen's Loau Association, was held on Mouday evening. W. A. Reynolds, J. J. McMullcu and à. J. Willcv, the auditors submitted llic following slaieiueut for the year ending May 1873 Received for Monthly Dues, " " 1'remiums, ■ •> " lulcivsl, " " Fines, Amounts of Loans, Expenses, Uf the amount expenses, »43 4G was for blale lax. The uuuilicrot shareholders is l'J5 ; shares, l.fitui; value of eaeh share 830.71 ; amount paid ou each share, 812 : net gain on each sliure, 53.71. In the Ino years, the highest premium paid, was 37'„ per eenl ; the lowest 25l£ ; average 31 S Id Ikpoktant DlßcovKBY. —Some time ago, Jer emiah limimelberger aud Charles V. D uilli, "der alto," all of this city, paid a visit to Lancaster couuty, on a tour of prospecting for minerals. Iu 18*1, Mr. Dauth bad his atteiitiou (attracted to a large tract of reeky I in i for a long time known as Nagle's farm, aud latterly ns Texter'« farm, situe tod in Lancaster county, about 2)J miles from Uenmstowu station, on the lieadiitg end Colum bia Railroad. This Iract compilais from fonr to six hundred scree ot land, and is of a rooky charneier. IJait« recently Mr. Dauth discovered the existence of a large deposit of mica ; and from the geueral ap pearance of the surroundings, it is thought that uuinerous valuable deposits are to be found at that pin—. Messrs. 11 ; mmolt>erger and Dauth have succeeded in obtaining a lease upon the atiove tract, and will commence operations stout the 2d of next mouth A drift or shaft will be sunk, end the ipr-.a will be taken out end thippedAo market. It is tho opip iou of practical men tbit this discovery will prove a most profitable one.— Heading Eagle. •. l 81G, Is ; tki 7,500 00 1,850 00 314 76 $21,100 0d 375 1« "F.xst Siiik" I.ots. —While real estate Rales ou the "South side,'' »• West side" and ihe north west ern part ol the city have been engaging tbe alten tion of those interested in .eaj estate oin'ralion», ijftit of.— tlie ''Fast side," has almost been lost s To this section, however, J. T. lledld, F-*i ( , President of the Christiana Hirer Improvement Company, now invites the attention of all buy er* ol r«nl estate. Ou Saturday, May 31st, al 3)^ p.m., lie will Sell at public sale, on the prem ise», over Elevenlli street bridge, twenty-live ex cellent lots, situated ou the P., W. A B. U. R., Yaudever Avenue, ami adjacent streets. These lots are suitable for building purposes, or will form desirable investments for speculators. They are eligibly located, near a station on the Kailro&d and on the line of pioposcd prominent avennes, which will ere long be ojiened to Edgeiuoor and the Delaware ltiver. The property of the Christiana Improvement Company, iu thi* neighborhood, has nearly ell been eold, to that this is Uie only remaining op portunity to secure lot* her* at reaeonable price*. Favorable terms will be offered, positive, and all tho lota «old. The sale will be Police Affairs. HEFOSR KAYOS SIMMS. Lsst evening officer Mctiooigal went ton crowd of wen who were inukiug com* disturbance at Fourth aud Poplar ktreets, eud requested them to lie quiet. On their refusal, he attempted to arrest tb*u, when he was net upon by tbe whole party. His baton, w hich ho attemptod to use, was taken from him, and one of the roughs hit him over tho head with it. The officer was thrown down, and his clothes torn and covered with mud. Assis tance soon urrived, and four of tha crowd—Joa McGovern, Thos. Conner, Martin Üager, Mike McDear.—were aneelad and taken to the City Hall. Thu moruuig, they bad a hearing Iwiore Mayor .Simms, who remanded them to the celle, until ho should decide upon their sentence. One of tbe partie* bad just arrived in tins country, from Londonderry, England, aud bad only been here a day or two. Johu McLaughlin, John Bradley, for drunken ness, were each lined 60 cents aud coat*. Wm. Pickering, for vagrancy, was committed to New Castle, for sixty days. AMUSEMENTS. M Adorn KITCUEI.I. THIS E VS VINO Despite tha disagreeable weather, at preeent prevailing, we expect to see a large audience at the Grand Opera House, this evening, on tbe caaion of tbe rea p pearance of tbe favorite Hag gle Mitchell. A* a etosing reference to tb* laurel* gained elsewhere by this superb and popular ac tress, w* append th* following taken from Cleveland Leader : TYi* announcement of the appearance ot Mag i ie Mitchel bad its natural results last evening iu Hing tbe Academy. It has been many years su tbe people ol Cleveland bave had the privilege of seeing Ibis lady, although they can with more than ordinary reason claim her ae a daughter of tbe Forant City, for it waa bore, many yean ago, that she commenced tbe career toil bee yearly brightened, until not n star in the dramatic fir GC the cc marnent outshines her. Many i Maggie Mitchell in th* days when the Atheaeam was in iU glory have grown old, but they yet have pleasant recollections of the bright and sunny waif that flitted before them for a tune, and eveutually to make a name in tbe Dramatic world who saw little second to none, aud now cornea again to refresh their memories ia th* identical character ti»t of all others mads the most lasting im preaaiou and in which ber nam* is most intimately amociated. aMusxMurr noms. Mi. Chart«* Walcot is playing "Th# 8wamp Angela," in Daitimore, this week. Charlotte Thompson and troupe play in Kris on the 23d aad 24th; Toledo, 2Mb end 27th; Detroit, 2Mth and 29Ui; and open* in Milwaukre oa J Edward A dam e ie still piaying in Chien«, to mod «nt« btiiMw. Chm. U. Martin, with "Three Yean in n Man Trap," aad hie M assu re Company, plays in Hern. slleviUe, N. Y , ea the 27th; DankiTk, 28th, Ti tu* ville, 3Uth and Jlat; Oil City, Jan* bdaaddfe. Bomànanlt'a new drama, •'Morn; Fatten," will be produced New York, on June 2d. at Wnliack'* Theatre, ICKKDINCS. COUI Nbw Castle, May 21,1873. 1 lia Court, wer. opened this morning, at the usual bon I. Ob motion ol Williaa U. Hodgioa, Ksq., Jam.. Tcomey was discharged from farther custody.—• (Ha waaheld in default of bail, lor tbs dMartiou of hit wife aad child). The Court also disebargad from further custody, one John tlriflin, ool., who had been oonttnej to jail iu default ot bail aiuce Nor. 14, 1872, on the charge of boetanly, on the motion of W. H. Hodgsou, K*q, as couueel for the Trustee « of the Poor of New Castle county. During the day the Sheriff received a hitter from his Kxoellency the Ueremor of the State re mit ting no much of the seateace of the law, in tha caea of the Stale, vs. Mary A. Meetaer, th* colored woman convicted of murder in the aecond degree, nt the last semion of the Court of Oyer end Ter miner, a* relates to the "whipping" and "pillory" until June llth next, until tieeonld look into the matter, and prepare the pipers ; also remitting the ••«vhlppinR" iii the case of State rs. John S.'buitz. and John Dawning, convicted ol lareeoy at this Term, until Ihe same day, llth of June. There done not teem to be timchfdonM in the mied of those best acquainted with the former cast, but that this action of Ucvcraor Couder is tantamount to a final remission ot this mach ot the sentence The esse of Mrs. £ U'Daniel vs. the Bakers Union, winch hss been on trial for several days, was again rammed ; the defence routining the oxxrolnatteii of their witneaaes - closing their evi dence at about ll>f A. M-, when the plaintiff in troduced soma additional tes tmoay in reply, doe >■8 nt12)*. There has been mi lliia case mine 3d witue.se* examined ou both aides, aud frequently some of them have hern called more th nouce-thus caut ing a great length of time. Mr. I'attenon, the Counsel lor the plaintiff began his opening urgu ■nnail to Ihe jury at the above hour, and couoluded at about 4 o'clock, during * tii. li he cited ansuy authorities, both English and American, as to the question ot dam igoa, and the role ot assessing its different kinds. * Mr. Bird replied in an elaborate argument, and one of great length receiving ths authorities of Mr. l'altcrson, and citing mauy of his own, in support ef the deleudants aide ol the qneatiou. He dwelt at considerable leuglli au the point, brought out iu the evidence, end on which he re lied, that, as the base of Mrs. OTfanleTs founda tion well was over on the ground of the détend ant (some 18 inches) and had been there for up wards of 20 years, that she was e Iretpauer, and auoh a po**ut»lBu vn not finndveme one, na would vo her a title by preecnpithn irom the fact that the rule ol lawSr as that n-' title by prescription could only l«' gained by a bolding adversely, as ol right, and with knowledge on notice to the de fendant of such a po*scssion, which, in this cnee, could not or had uot been shown. As the bolding lied been at tho fool of the wall completely hid front the eyes of Uns defendant, or any ou a «lae except the very person who had built her well, end that snch holding could not, from life facts proven in the case, bo an adverse one as of right in any sens,' of tho won), aud that it followed aba was e trespasser as to the uurouut at ground her wall Covered, and that they had the right so to treat her, and did so, when they built on the pert ot ber wall thus on them. That if ahe had a title to this mach et their ground, thus obtained, ahe, by the eame rule, could acquire a right to 6 or « feet, or, in feet: »be whole of n, while in fact no ego would Vs aware of it until the time allowed by law (30 years) had ex pired, and she came forward aud enforced her claim by au ejectment. He cited many decieious of tho Courte to Buatnin him ou tbie point as well as to his point, that Mrs. U Daniel had notice of the fact that the Haber's Union wen digging on the extremity of their lot, aud adjoiniug her, and that sho had made no objection In any mnnuer. 4-t about a quarter to six, 1'. U, Mr. Bird bagau to addregs t.J|e Jury, and continued until the hour of adjournment had airirpd, leaving his argument unfinished. At G P. M.'.the Court adjourned aatil 10 »'dock to-morrow. Psrmantnt Organization. mbbtjm; of the uikectoks of tub keuobotu llEitl! cxijp HUCpiNO XaaOC'lXTlON. The Board of Directors of the ltohobotb Beach Camp Mcetiu;; Association met, at Scott M. U. Chureh, al IU o'clock Tneaday morning. Rev. J. 1). (Jnigg was colled to the chair, and Her. Enoch Stubbs appointed SocreUry. Tbe object of the meeting, as Mated by C. II. U. |)ay, was to effect the permanent organization required by the cjiarjcr. Tim (off owing officers were elected : President— Rev. Uobt. W. Todd. Yioe-I*r*»idem—Rev. J. D. Quigg. Secretary—T. 8. Hodson, Criatteld, Md. Treasurer— H. C. Robinson. Corresponding Secretary—Rev. T. F. Ham inersley, Milford. Executivo Committee— C. il. B. Day, Dover; Rev. Wm. Y. Warner, Lewes ; Rev. John Wilson; Jos. Pyle ; Peter K. Causey, Milford. 7'lirao vacancies in the Board of Directors supplied by appointing J. J. McCullough, of this dty, Rev. Robt. 1J. Patterson, ol tbe PhiladelpbU Conference, and Rev. J. H. C. Ijoeh, of tbe Ualti more Confer*» et. J. J. McC dlough and Rev. J. II. C. Doth were made members of the Lot aud Tent Committee ; 0. H. it. Day, and H. F. Pickels of the Committee on By Laws : and Hobt J. Jump, of Denton the Improvement Committee. The Committee on Order was appointed, follows :—Cspt. A. Kelly. Rev. J. H. ileialer, C. T. Rudolph, and Win. F. *. I. , of C. Dosh, B. . Robinson ...-- -— wax received from Walter und Hiram Barton, of Lcwee. It qru. referred to the Executive Com mittee. On motion, it wan resolved that the till* to lot« be by deed, and not by lease. A form of deed prepared aud preaeutod by C. B. Day wu accepted "tfl'''»"»eyed to the lmt and Tent CommtUeu. Ttii* committee was authorized to furnish the hotel, at a cost uot exceeding 52,600. Also, ta make Bweh arrangements for camp meeting tcuts aa uty be deemed practicable. The acllou of th* Executive Committee, pro hibiting lot holders from erecting subies on their lots, was approved by the Board. The chairman of the Lot and Tent and Im provement Committee*, and the Vloe President of tb* Directors, were ai.poiutcd a Committee to visit Ocean Grove Association, and obtain such Information as may be of service to Ibis Assort i tion. After the transaction of other business, net of pnbllc iuterest, tbe meeting adjourned, subject to (lie call of the Committee on By Laws. - T-i , _ __ CLAYTON MOUSE. A if HIT A1. *8 UP TO MOOM TO-DAY H. E. Carpenter & wife, Philo , Pe. W. P. Dougherty A wife, Baltimore, Md Krad Edwards, New York. J. A. h tew art, Florence, N. J. 8. Howes, Boston. 8. H. Williams, Wiiitamiporl Ed. D. Smith, PhiU. Pa. Rev. J. M. P. Otto, Tenue*** Mn. U. 3 child ran and servant .r* A. 8. Naadaia, Middletown, Del. H. B. Cobb. Chicago, 111. Bern. L. Talcott, Maw York City, N. Y. H, T. Paddock, Mm. ILT Paddock, (Maggi* II ifohail) • ■ lira. Maiioda Jomn, L. 11 . Hhewen, Gao. Wilton, Wm. Harri*, <7. Hidfway, CoateeyiU*. Pa. C. B. MttcheH, PhUm, Pa. B. Peanarwilt, Sussex Co., Del. W. (4. Mendenhall, City. » « . ra.4fSlir u ' of Ike Yeung Meu s Christian Amociaiion of Wwhingtou was Celebrated InM uigbL Governor Cooks, of Ik* Uiktrict of Oolumbia, premJml. Rev (ieu«e attwdauci-. I SOOIKTIIS. MUTUUM TBIE BTBBIBO. Jefferaen Lodge, No. 2, I. O. O. F-, at Odd Fella we' Hell, Third aud King. Keokuk Tribe, Ne. 3,1. O. R. M , at Bed Men'e Hall, 415 Market street Wilmington Division, Ne. 1, S. ef T., at Fifth and Market streute. Wilmiagton Council, No. 1, O. U. A. M., at echaatoa' Hall, 21» King street Hope Council, No. 2. Jr. U. U. A. M.. at Hall Fifth aad Market streets lady Washington Home Communion, at Ml M«rii«t itrett Claytoa Lodge, No, 4, K. of P., at Knights ol Pythias Hall, 211 Marketatreel. Bden Lodgo. No34,1 O OF, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 8d aad King 8ta. Just received one of the largest assortmonto of the latest Spring Styles of hat, and Cap« in the city which ! km selling nt the very lowest Prices. My silk bats are a specialty, C nil ami examine my immense stock and you will be LEWIS C. SPRINGER, No. 233 Market Street. sure to be suited, liât Store. tf Left their Place».—T his morning, about rosiding In thirty of the »weeds, who were and around Middletown,came to Wilmington, on the morning train, from the Delaware Railroad. They comprised the first lot Which was sent to New Oaatle, and, their terms hav ing expired, are looking around, probably aeeking other places of employment. Accident.—A freight conductor on the Philadelphia A Reading Road, named N. Mo Fealy, met with a terrible accident below Douglasaville etatIon,Tuesday afternoon. He waa signalling while standing ou tho roof or a car, aud while thus engaged his head struck a bridge, inflicting a dangerous wound. lie was knocked from the car and narrowly escaped instant death. His head and arm were se verely injured, lie was taken to Philadel phia and admitted to the Pennsylvania Hospi How he oot (Jooi.tcb Or*.—On Wednesday morning, Jack Stevens, a young man, some what Intoxicated, got on the 10:40 train — Landenburg. on the Wilmington A Western R. R. Ho soou wondered into the postal por baggage car, whore ho became ana demonstrative, and with for liUU Of tho rather noisy many oaths, threatened to demolish Mr. Her man agent. Mr. H. ordered him out, his refusal and continued abuse, forci bly ejected him, Jackson attempted to come back, but only succeeded in gettiug lila fing caught in the door, and severely mashed. Mr. llersey shut it lie then subsided, until the train reached lAndenburg, after which be followed Mr. II. around the town all day, pressingly Inviting him to fight. Just before the train started back, the fellow decided to administer the thrashing any how. He accord ingly made the attempt but was quickly seiz ed! thrown up«» his back,aud held just where th* droppings from (he eaves of the hotel porch could patter upon his upturned face.— This had the effect of cooling his ire consider ably, aud by the time he was entirely willing to agiec to a Ulities. it ers * ®P released, lie was cessation of hos JA 8 . N. CLEMMER, 416 MARKET STREET. WAREROOM, STEINWAY PIANOS AND ESTEY COTTAGE ORGANS BUND FOR llliutrated Price £.ial. Liberal Disoount to CHURCHES. SUNDAY SOHOOL3 AND PRO F ESSORS OF MUSIC. MS, N. CLEMMER. 41« Market llrcel, uiay'JO-dlin WILMINGTON, DEL. PIANOS For $290.00 and upwards. ORGANS For $46.00 and upwards. far sash or on las tain ante, nt BOBILIE $ BSO'S Wareroomn, (UP STAIRS.) VI« Mikrkat Street. mnrlT-tf ^IKIMK HUNGARIAN ORAHN SEED, st W. N. CUANDLEK'S, «•- Oil Market Street aylCJM An Aot In HeUtlon to the Collection of Tizh la thie State. Skltion ]. h « «I enacted by rie Senate and UoUH V Ktifmmiativ** oj the State of J) cl aware «n ffrnc ral AmthtOly tuet, ihm bert*l|ur it shall b* th« duty otitis Collector ol County laits tn ««oh h»n üreü or collection dis! net tn thti| MmU. within thirty days alter he shall have recotv«l his duplicate list, to (ive public notice by advevUftemtnt posted in ten or more oi the a.oat public places in »neu non drei or collection district, and in ease of the eel lectors in the city ot * itiningtcin, by notices posted in (Wo or more of the most public placet In ««eh ward in lUuir respective collection districts ol the *<ud city, stilting in such notices the place ol resi dence or ol business ot such collector and his read iness to receive laxoi; and it also shall be the daty otetfu-U sucti collector aloicsald, iu the month vt January in each year again to give public notioe as abn es.iid ol at I vast leu dahra, which last men* lionod n»tice shall state the Itiuies aud places at which encb coiiwior will uliouid lor the purpose of recon lug luci (heu duo aud Unpaid; and it rhalt be tue duly ot thu Uiy Court iu every county, upon proof beiug uiaue so them by the ettidavti ot the collecter veil hod by Ins oaiuor athrmaliou. and hied in tue otlice ol tue Oorh bt the k*eaee loi the re.->pov'ti\ e county, setting torll|i that be has given ceiice as rtouiivd by this st-elion» and that in ao cordauco a ita tne uouce last above mentioned that he did atteud at me times and places designated in such notice tor ihe reception ot taxes, and did ie main tor the space ot at leas| h?e hours ineaih day uud tor the period ol at least three days in at tendance tor tue purpose ol coilectiou ol taxes afore said, to allow said collector as delinquencies the uxes uncollected by him and the names ot delin uuoula shill be dropped iroici the assessment list by the Levy t ourt and shall ui*t no placed thereon Aldo tor apouod ot iwoive ia|oulhs trom aud alter tsse date ot such allowance, yd or ided that the pro visions ol this section shall apply to peisous assee scj and liable to psy poll tax. Mcction -, dmi ifii/srilfrfwdfii, 1 hat the no lle* nquircd to t>e given iu bëctiou 1 el this act b9 the collectors aforesaid shall Redeemed and taken taud upon taxables lor the pay* to k* suttioicnl Ueuiaud uuuu taiablae lor in* paj i.i lux •» siaudiux agaimlt tuem oa the coileo <lui>b< ai<! ol me several hundred? end eotlee uon ounce given ea _ __e perterueuee end rail di Ih.iree ot the dar» ol the collector* »foie naiji Iu »«take dttiUAuti tur l»xea, aud itatf ah all K>« requirad M»«rcai»or tu uiaka lurtber dauthtad ou au jr uxatiib iiir «aid lax»» m ft cuoaition pf«o«d«nt tbe employ tu un I I««al prw^u aa not |roTt4w by law lor tüe oollocu«»« «I tax«a. Kkctioh 3. And be *1 Jurth\< r enacted. £ bat th« Mtatewf— to b« pro diiinot tbo usa ot th« cot weilt ol lax tmtw Mil liou diRtru'U ot this siato «loresjiti shall b© ooum«« Lety O.Hirt of «aob r-uuuiy »ü|»il oiih la enfod a «oui for «a«h uunurudur colloctlon in ihuir Te*l>e«tive cjuuuoa. in tho u«« ot tn« col lector« in tho county, al lea I ou© inch in diain •tcr, with the naiua oi tu«| hun»rr«u, colUottoB district *nJ couuty eoiraved tuereen. It «bull lie the duty of ihe.rolleciuroi coUniy lexvs to give re ceipt tbr taxas received, aud mi addition to his sig nature to uieko tho luiprua. KHl ol lie seul of too hundred or collection district lor wmeh he is col lector upon nit rojotp'S *ive i br him lor county rates. Tho Levy Court ot tire respect*** counties shelldeliver Litre collector! ol too Hundreds or colloetiou district* tho seel ot tho hu idrrd or col lection divricllor which lhe.r ere r«M icmely ep Pidnled et Ihe same tiuic Iheduplicatei delivered to him; ho 'hall b iveuio cult >dy of tho soul during tha tcrui ho shall reaiein iu office, end upon toil* cut cl office he (ball deliver (be eeor to the Leey Court; and if the collector shell violate euv of tho provisions of this section he shall be guilty of a uiiidumcanor. and upon conviction thereof by in dictment he shall toneit aud par a hue of not less then ton nor more than twenty dollars in eswh oasa besides tho cost or proseoatpio. aud in default ol payment Uo shall be imprisoned uot lew than thir ty nor more than sixty days iu each case. SKorioN 4- .4nd 4c it /urtkee enacted, that if any collector shall use or permit to be esed, tor the purpose ot making the impression upon any receipt *" or other instrument which uiliy be illegally weed by tho Polder or any other person tor th* purpose el -hewing or ovidencing his rtgnt to vote, such ool loctor snail he guilty ol a misdemeaucr. end upon convicteou thereof by indicimefft he shell forfeit and pay a tine of not loss mar one heed red dotiere nor moro than two hundred collars lor every im pression so made, beside cost ot prosecution, end in default of payuiout thereof he shell be impri soned nut loss than three months nor mure Uten six months in each case. b action 5. And Ite itjnrlheV enoctsd. That if any person other than a collector shall procare said seal end use the seme upon any paper or instru ment used or intended to he as the acknowledging the receipt of any tax (the possession of any lark receipt or instrument shall be evidence)!» shall knowingly use any paper so fraudulently mails af ter I he same was made, or if any person shall coun terfeit any such seal or shall procure tha counter feiting of any such seal or allait use any such seal so counterfeited after the anine wee wade, or US# or circulate, or have iq posiewma knowjug'y any paper or other instrument iaiprewed with any soon counterfeit seal, he shall be deemed guilty of felo ny, and npon conviction thereof by indictment shall turfeitand pay a tineef not lese than one hue drod dollars nor mere than three hundred dotiere tor every such offence beeide oost of proeeeutiou, and in detault of payment thereof shall be impri soned not less than three ajiocthi nor more than one year in each cue. Famed at Buyer. April lOth. JONKFH Speaker of Ike ALLEN 1*73. B* ROUEN AL. It 5or ukk?l SlÏT*' .Speaker of the Senate. Stats or DkLiwxBB. I I. Joua H. Pavana, Executive Department. I MlecraUrj cl State of th# State ol Delaware,do lieiebj certify that the above and lorexom. is a tru) copy of lee act enti tled An act in relatlou to tho eollectioa of taxes in this State," passed at Dever. April IWk.lkTa, tha same bavia. bean compared by me with the origi nal roll now on file in wv office ill testimony whereof I hare hereunto set my r. u ihand and official seal at Dover, this sikteenth ' day ot April, Al >.nee thousand eivht hundred and «eventv-thiee. ai>24 JOHN l>. PAYNIKK. Srcreturt af Slate SPECIAL. WHITE PIQUES AND LINEN LAWNS, Stylet* Eicluaiv» far IP7S. NEW SAGE MOHAIRS NOVKLTIKS IN SILK TIBS. GRANVILLE WORRELL, NSW NM4l 849 IMarurl «Irret. ms>2S Wit. 8. WATT, NO. 1IM Market H reet, PLUMBER. GAS and STEAM FITTER, WUhas his friends and patrons to knew that be has resumed buiiaeev in th* aksv* braaeei i_: ilMire la res«* their ewiton heretofore so liheraltir bestowed. 11* ia prepared!* de all kind* ef werk ia his lie*, and submit estimais* ef eost, tearaa ireinx to finish all eontrpeli and eouplet* ail lens la th* most BUBBTANT1AL k WORKMANLIKE MABNIB. SatiefeeUas to ail will bel my aim,'and th* mmll est pemihie profit charged. _Uiv* m e nenlL- Y,, . t wiKaMinutoiv ourantRY. oramie »«reet. 61« Open dally om 4 to t a. m. my» 3m