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1—aaae lielwaieat ta Madlap. AMI XtllfMpkM l«p*H 1 «M The Quicksteps, again yesterday; played the Readtav Active's in Reading. The club and their Mends arrived In Reading at noon, but found no one to meet them,and were com pelled to find their way to the grounds as best they could. The following account of the game was telegraphed to the Herald by our special representative who panics the club in its tour. The game was called at 8.45 o'clock, Mr. Sutton being chosen Umpire, with the Quicksteps at Ibe bat. They were retiwd without scoring, and the Actives, by error of our home club, making one. In the second inning Lafferty sent a bound er to left, making first; Stklhi(jR struck to •ho>rt stop and made first by srror; Splaiti struck out; Kelly struck to third, Laffarty •omlng in; Fowaer hit a liner to left, making * -first, and Stidham came in; Stosk Mt a Umr 4o right and nude first, Hindte cemiag in; Clinch struck to pitcher, who put Fowzcr accom * out at third; Fisher struck to short stop, The Actives were relieved without seor Jng. Lafferty opened the third innings aud put fair foul'to right, making first; Stidham sent a liner to left, making second, and Splaine tit to third and by error made first: Kelly struck to first and was put out. Laf ferty was forced out at home; Fowzcr hit a liner to left, making first, and sending ini Stidham and Splain ; Fowzcr came in on passed bull; Stock sent a fly to left and out. Three runs. The Actives scored one run. gnd by error brought Stock in, Clinch com ing in by passed balls; Hindle struck a fly to second and retired the side; five runs. In the fourth inning the Quicksteps sue cecded in getting Cliueh to tVl, but Fowzcr; popped out at center and he was not alle to get homo. The Actives went out in one,: two, three order. In the fifth innings the Quicksteps were sent to the field without a run, aud the The sixth inning proved a blank for both nines. and in the seventh the Quiikstrops weitf goose-egged. while the Actives got in OUS run. Then came the fatal eighth, and the Quick steps were again treated to a goose egg. Hit the Actives by frequeir and exasperatin' errors succeeded amid the wildest excite rnent in adding five runs to tlieir score and the game was tied. At this point the spectators became tie mendously excited, and when the 9th m nings opened, the interest was almost terri Me. yelling, tossing ot hats, and tremendous cheers, hisses and groans greeted both nines, The Quicksteps did some good batting but the balls seemed to fall exactly in the bauds of the fielders, aud they retired with a blank. When the Actives went to the bat. rite excitement was at boiling heat, and when they were m turn treated to a goose egg.it was almost impossible to check the CT ij! l] 111 nl i ' A ', 2 '.i' , cr '' ul , right and was re ired. Laffertv bv a llv to Xber and 8ti.Utatt.bv one to center. ' f ta * f ,t • » .j i Days opened for the Act ves by a fly to Clinch, which was well taken, and W arner was also retired by a liner to second. Mnith lilt to right aud by error made second and was brought in by Racslcr w ho knockoi to Stidham and by error made first, but Stott was retired by a hard fly to Fisher. One run. home club did not fare auv tauter. ' ' — - , , , There was no disturbance on the ground and everything passed off »ell. The game was an excel cm one in many respects, but was lost ... the eighth inning About three thousand spectators w itness ed the game, anti ta«th nines were frequeuilv cheered cheered. Tl.e Quicksteps go to Haarrisburg to-day. The following is the score by innings: 1234 5 8789 10 10 10 o o i 5 q j _ c, 0530000000—8 Active, Quickstep. HOARD OF TRADE, THE CENTENNIAL AND OI K MANI FACTO KIE!». A Mated meeting of the Board of Trade was held last evening. President Hastings in the Chair. Mr. HeUd reported for the committee on the Pennsgrove I oat that the boat is tu every way a success financial.y and otherwise: and that the line may be looked upon as es ablished-tl.e boat to run while navigation is open. Mr. Riddle, of the State Centennial Com mission, was introduced to the Board and spoke briefiy bul jxiiutedly upon our ecu in itial in'ercatr,.. iid that Delaware bad eiven $10,000 towards the national contribution and to a loar.1 of nine :«„intfssio„ ers to fee that the State if fully represented. Circulars bail been iHftril»u*e*i through the State, but only resulted in muring three waro Ca imb!llrie < i' r The"'a| , 'pUcat , ioi.s ^vill be reefiv.d at Philadelphia tor a months longer. Meanwhile th cion that he represents wish. Mr. Piddle | the co-: operation ot the various association- aud industrial laalies tbrougbout the State, and specially asked the assistance of the Hoard of Trade. He suggested that a puldie in, e - ing heUbuuder the auspices of tl.e Board Would start the proper spirit, and prohahtv iuduce many manufacturere to exhibit. In conclusion. Mr. Kiddle thanked tl.e press of the city for their supp-H heretofore. Mr. Jenkins asked if' fheri- was space a|x propriateii for Mate exhibitions. Mr. R.—In the main building there an no State spaces: they are iu Agrienl ural Hall. Af.er some discussion, in wl i |. the Iudus'rial Exhibition held In this eitv last year, tijioit suggestion of Mr. S-.otie. tion was made and carried to the effect that the tta riing committee on centennial ta- h - •tractjd to call a meeting of the nianuiV turers ofthis city ami vieiuitv in the Boatd of Trade moms to center " with the Sta'e - r , rJ fvaVo.nn.itt .a ' ,, in! " y ° rv * " Mr. P. wwoy, an employee of the Herald office, was seriously '.u^ured by the /Ailing of a s'ia r t yesterday. fet coni mi - a in a. - Ceutennial Conimission at some tint-, t be named by the latter body. to na cMnmxmiJX cm. HOW WH.HINOTONIAN8 THAYKI. THE FEW MILES TO TMB CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE. Owing to the Immediate neighborhood Of Philadelphia, the rapid transit to and from, and m iny minor cauaee,hardly a day passes but that car after car Is filled with Wil mingtonians bound to that city. There are nihe trains tihst leave here daily, and the amount of travel in the course of the year aggregates immensely. On the first train at 7 o'clock in the morn ing, workingmen, merchants, sight-seers excursionists pitch off, breakfast in hand. No later than yesterday morning, a well known business man of our town, after crawling out of bed at half past six, and rushing headlong down Market street, with bis cravat firing over his shoulders, was seen to tie a most complicated and Goidian bow as be leaded on the platform of the last ear, which awaited him not. At 8.10, when breakfast and the morning toddy are com fortably down, the day-traveller saunters to the depot with cigar and prim dress, but by the time he reaches the centennial ground's the sunlight is perpendicular on the tower of Horticultfiral Hall. Ten minutes later, number three moves off with its crowd, and at 0.4" another and larger train passes by which one can reach the city long before the dining hour. The last train of the fore noon leaves here at half-past ten. At 2 P. M., a train made up of local passengers moves off; the others going at 4.15,7.20, and 9.3ft P. M. During the night one can go up on the Washington and NeufeYork ex press line. The City of Brotherly Love,on the other hand, may be left for Wilmington at 8, 8.3ft, 10.80 A. M., and at 12.15, 3, 4, 5.15, 6, 0.45, 9.30, and 11.30 P. M. Many Philadelphians also take advantage of the cheap and quick ride to spend a day on the Brandywine or visit their Wilmitig ton acquaintances. It is amusing in a high degree to see these excursiotiists, loaded down with baskets, babies, Ac., get left by the merciless 7.'20. The water line is well patronized by sutu mer travellers, as the ride up the Delaware river.is cool and delightful. The steamer Samuel M. Ftlton is large, commodious, and swiftly-running: aud the hours are so arranged that much " running around "can be accomplished in a single day. ' charge." said bis Honor in cold and digni- j tied fashion. "Disorderly conduct" said of- j a , or Jordan. "Well what a go, to charge I * 1 ! a man with disorderly conduct for attempt niL r to keep a monkey quiet, iou see, your honor. I was perambulating near tht hnbi- j ! ,a,I ° 11 ' of ,lie ol,Te colorcJ maidenf . of °» r j African region. An organ grinder and his j monkey—were there trading bad music and nK>nkcr shtaef , for jimes. "Lord a mm . v 1|0W lhe (iard? „,. r , t0)lU jn » Bein „ I a q „ arter brted m isocgenatant, I didn't wan: the decker to go on—especially as the >' k i r , wnm mn • t'' muMC ' i nm T " " as—tne orirau struck up the classic tunc „ f -Little pigs lie with their noses bare." : ThU the crowd , but rilw , , . mrtnV( . v who jumped a! some children, vour : J 1 . , . Joshua Springer, too. had to be thus act- 1 ing," said Chief Brady totto vote. "Acting how." said Joshua. IX THE TOILS. "Well, what is the ! worship, and of course I kicked the monkey I and saved the young uus. country, your honor, said Joshua,—"can't a man lick a monkey without being collared j by an officer." "Sorry, Joshua," said his j ...i - Is this a free i au uuivti . "Sorrv, Joshua. ^ , m afraid wiu ' 6pend VPUr loose change in having Darw in, and reading up upon the monkev question." Don't, or you mav turn lecturer Put up tif.v cents , , , i niingtou people know how to appreciate fun,' has been induced to visit our Grand Opera House on Friday evening, October 1st, 1875 and wII1 deliver his AMVSEMEXTS. Dr. J. Jay Villers bearing that the Wil gr at lecture, entitled " Funny People we Meet." He will lecture j under the auspiees of the Rugby Literary Society, of Rugbv Academy. Villers draw's a full house wherever l.e goes. The Trov 417,13 thus speaks of the great humorist : ' Tl.e entertainment given last evening at Hands Hall under the auspiees of Post Wil lard G. A. H. was in every particular as the most sanguine could have wished. The ? Ial * wa!- " el1 and ® r ' dav ' tilers inifawsonat otts ot various characters were so wonderfully exact that the audience were at times convulsed with laughter and filled . »«' at llif ' uarvi ' lous P° wer ' . T, .' HlnHK ' TKOU, E - Sherry s New York Company gave anoth er excellent performance at the Opera House last evening, but the audience was small and the rendition of the play lost much of its spirit front the want of encouragement. _ , , » _ the HnKTreTT-n v Yr A miuatm c f lti UAL rt I It. The Horticultural Exhibition will begin th'» evening at Institute Hall. The exhibi n '' U bet '" ,afUfu "- V arra,1 ?« 1 ' auJ would promise, from its appearance last evening, success to the undertaking. In the center of the mom is an evergreen grotto of exact proportions and beautiful appearance, The stage is also artistically.decorated with evergmus. while around the room are floral and hush enclosure*, within w hich refresh men's will be vended by the fair goiidessfts of the occasion. The exhibition will eon tiuue throughout tlie w.-^k : ami there is no reason why a large sun. should ir>t be real iked lor the Home lor Friendless Children, - - j,. , were tri -d. the filing of information in the liquor suits >f the United States against Martin King and Robert Walslj. The personal recognizance of James Me Closkey was forfeited, as was also the bond of William Duflev. whose sure! v was Richard H H °" e The aulmiralty puils were all continued. Geo. Bush, apsiirnee of John Bond, tiled a petition for final discharge, with which the Court adjourned. i THE V. S. COVET. Tho September term of the United States rict and Circuit Courts opened in this city, this morning. Judge Bradford presid ing- No jurors.were drawn aud m eases . , , I .ie Dis'rfct Attorney granted leave to THE LION'S MOUTH. This department of the paper will be open at all times to these who wish to furnish communications for publication. But the editor reserves to himself the right to accept er rqect The name of the author must invariably accompany the article, and manuscript should he written upon but one side of the paper. Father Gerdeman. . It is generally understood that a title be longs to an office, yet this man adheres to an honaraiy title, only bestowed upon him by those who, belonging to his Church, honor him as a Father should be honored, while he is the care-taker of the family or floqk. This self-styled "Father" falls back upon his csnscience as a reason for leaving the Roman Catholic Church. It seems that he remained in that Church during a peried of twelve years, well-knowing all the abuses of what he now speaks. Did lie re main, in his luxuribus office, drinking whisky and champagne, ad libitum, with the dignitaries of the Church, all that time with a full knowledge of tlve scandalous conduct ot the Priesthood and never object, never halt, never falter, never hesitate? It seems not. Time might flow, Bishops, against whom none but he protests, contin ued to drink and swill, yet not one word was said, until a pretty organist appears on the scene and then, conscience, which is said to make "cowards of us all," made this man bold and he left his place, unfit ted, in soldier language, deserted his post —and married. There's the rub. The Catholics made a martyr of him by his ar rest. He is a digrace to cca ' ! ' "ill multiply. S V hu,z , en , Park llas betn almost cntirel - v neglected this summer, The Httle boatmen of the Brandvwine are utterly bankrupt. And now the Oncra House is w adu now me upera nouse is w fur the * e **° n - Many people are clamoring for Booth to a Pl*' ar sometime next winter at the Opera H ^' „ The 5 era Cruzpaintingpleasesthetheatre Stars immeuse'y. The Horticultural fair begins to-night, OnFridaymghtGerdemanmakeshisap I* aran «' ,, A , , , . T . . ^ ,, °* : b . u ' } wteh , ,1 ' c would come, said the gentle Amelia, Tl.e e Protestantism. JOTTIXVS AltOVT TOWN. Market day. Oti'on the tour. September is true to itself. Reading matter on every page of the Herald. -*>11 BtartoT+ iell startei The arriva's at the Clayton House are constantly increasing in number. Under the new municipal regime the blue The cars on tl.e P. W. & B. railroad are sometimes found dusty. The scats should surmounted by a large figure eagle of gilt copper, two feet high ana measuring three feet from tip to tip. Wheat is $1.45 per bushel in this city. brushed before they are put to use. Tl.e new tower over the City Hall is to be The ree bird shooting is said to bed re markably good this mouth. The cars on the P. W. & B. R.R.are sometimes found dusty. The seats should be brushed before they are put to use. Complaint is often made about the eon ditiou ot the gutters—refuse matter, rotten peaches, watermelons, Ac., being thrown into them, It is stated that fifty-six stills are now en ? a "ed in making brandy in this State. The public schools do not open in Mary ' aud untd tOH ' a T , Although theyMid not succeed in raising «he "mount required for purchasing the tent at E P" orth tam P- the meet ing will eon The Diamond State base ball organization did not appoint tliyir nine last evening, WHERE TO BEX DRV GOODS. "Those who are about to purchase anv thing in the drv goods line, would do w ell to call at J. A. Sanders, 318 Market street. He has a tine assortment of all goods in his line at the very lowest cash prices, Just receive.? from Philadelphia and New York, and all his goods can be depended upon as repre sented. He lias a very large assortment of fine kid gloves, which he is selling at $1, .. 41SA T . , r . ^ ^ °V he m ° St durable kid and in the very best There are no cheaper iu the city. He has also a very superior assortment of fin. alapaeas, which he is ceiling at low manner. rates. Also a very large stock of fine linens and dress gorids of all -patterns. Hfs stock 0 f ladies neckties is complete, selliugat very of the celebrated Windsor Corset, which he ^offers at prices unsurpassed in Wilmington a, "l who purchase never fail totje sat' isfied tl.at they have made a bargain. At his store will be found accumulating reached. The proposition is to extend it from Newtown to Swansgut, and erect a pier some distance into the bay, in order to allow the transfer of oy*ten> direct from the boatsintothecarsofthec,mpanv,thusac qu'ring tatter facilities than the OldDo minion Steamship Company has for New York, and virtually controlling the oyster trade. The eetima'ed cost of the extension is.$75,000. Swansgut is rine milts fr^m Newto vn, opposite Chiucoteague Island cheap rates. Mr. Sunders lias also a large assortment His s ts-k of gocsls is always uptothe times, and obliging salesmen. Probable Extension or a Peninsular Road. Some of the bondholders of the Worces ter and Somerset Railroad are desirous of leasing an l extending the road to the-sea shore, and to this end a meeting was held t|, e other day. but nothing definite was A SHARr OAJkKM. HOW A JBRSEYMAN WAS AND WASN'T TAUX IN. John Rawlings, who resides In the west ern portion of our city, a few days since, was out of cash, and this is the way he re cuperated his exhausted pocket book. There was a specimen of the true Jersey blue, who delt out produce from his native' soil at the 4th street wharf,and to him went our dilapidated financier, and wanted a load of produce sent to his place of busl ness-purely imaginative—immediately. But Jersey was hot so young a bird as that and wanted the cash. John fumbled a moment in his pocke'.btt suddenly discovered that his pocket-book was at the office,but no matter,Mr. Trucker send the things around to King street above Fourth, at 2 o'clock, and I will pay for them. So at 2 the produce appeared on King street on a good stout cart, aiyd Jo! n was waiting with a'second team in which the contenjg of cart No. 1 was soon dumped. The teamster, you see, not being up to the trick, and while he waited for John to pay him off, his vegetables and fruit were carted away, and Jffttn himself having urgci t business aronnd the street, also disappeared in a very brief second. The cart man followed but in vain, and re turned to his employer a wiser if not a richer man. John in the meantime joined hit team and the produce was quickly disposed of, the proceeds divided, and John in pocket $10. Jersey was not the man to be taken in so easily, and he kept a sharp eye open until yesterday, when he discovered his quandom customer quietly taking an after noon stroll down Market'street. John was soon in custody, and Esquire Frazer thought that $200 bail was a proper amount to piece him under, in default of which he was given permission to reside in the New Castle stone mansion until court can decide upon the merits of the case. SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JJISTULH, GUNS, PISTOLS, PISTpLS, GUNS*, AMMUNITION. JAMES A BRO.. Hardware. 299 Mnrket Street. GUNS, A large variety. seplo-tf!: F OR SALE.—A handsome country seat. at Claymont. Delaware, containing 19 acres, with first-class new frame house, 9 rooms, barn, stable, and carriage house; all in fine condition. The mansion lias piazzas, on three sides.and commands a magnificent view of the Delaware river for miles, np ami down, and is one of the most admired between Philadelphia and Wilmington. This is a dost .able residence for summer or winter, the house being constructed with the view- of being ror,n * 1 - 1>rice SH.OUi). Apply to •ttpled tl.e whole year Terms made easy. JOHN II. TAGGART, at Claymont, or 819 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. This property is only six miles from the City Hall, Wilmington, and would be a de sirable residence for any gentleman doing business in this city. 7nugl3-tf MASONIC TEMPLE. FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT., 17th, 1875. Father gerdeman. "PAPACY AND THE ROMAN CHURCH OF TO-DAY." By request of prominent members of the different churches. ADMISSION, SO cts. No extra charge for Reserved Seats. Diagram open at Boughman, Thomas A Co.'s Tuesday morning, Sept. 14. sepl3 J^LOYD A SMITH. Front and Pine Streets, Wilmington, Dela ware, Wholesale and retail Dealers in ALL KINDS OF BUILDING LUMBER. C'ednr, Cypress, White Pine, Split, and Sawed Shingles. Bangor Plastering Lath, German and Bevelled Siding. , White Pine, Virginia and Florida Pine Flooring. SPRUCE AND YELLOW PINE JOIST & SCANTLING A SPECIALITY. All orders by mail will receive prompt attention. * gepll-ly 'J'O THE LADIES. ALL KINDS OF Sewing Machine NEEDLES, AT THE SINGER OFFICE, 015 MARKET STRET. sepll-lw A. J. VANDUZEN, Agt. JJAVE YOl' HEARD THE NEWS ! 't hat at lift Market si. they are selling new styles • PLAID, PLAIN AND REPP GOODS to 75 cents ALL WOOL CASHMERES. BLACK ALAPACAS, front From 75 cents to 61.50 From 25 cents to SI.00. ALL WOOL EMPRESS CLOTH, Best Qualities, 50cents. Blankets at all prices. Lirge assortment of cloth for ii.eo and hovs.wear. pull Hue of notions. Don't forge! tne place. E. FELLHIMER, 1H« Market street/Wtln.Ingfon, l»el. N. B.—Fine assortment black silks from 61.hu to 83.U0. . sepiotf Dr, Blooluom. NO. - All vM-ADISONf STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. Night calls prompt]v answered, t ntosi.- - M ,'■* *. -JV Mttcgmmii. E CITY ITEM. fJlH EVERT BAT IN THE WEEK. DAILY EDITION OVER 80,000. SUNDAY ITEM, 85,000. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE COUNTRY. Every gentleman who owni a horse reads THE ITEM. Everybody who bellovea 1^ the drama reads THE ITEM. It Is the _ GREAT NEW8PAPER OF PENNSYLVA NIA. Oa the day of pub llcatlon it Is read la Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland, Delaware, Philadel phia, New Jersey, etc. Immense circulation throughout Delaware. septl-3m ER MORNING HtxIIAID 1st ha only Morning Paper published Hi the Btateof Delaware. AS AW ADVERTISING MEDIUM It will prove ot great value to ttto Merean-, tile portion of the community. The Herald contains all the latest Tele graphic News, bright and newsy locals pointed and pithy Editorials, a full line of Correspondence, and'a variety of Miscel laneous matter. THE MORNING HERALD Is published every morning, (Sundays ex excepted), and delivered tn the city of Wilmington and surrounding places for six cents per week, payable to the carriers. Mall subscrip tions, postage free, THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, O'BYRNE BROS., Publishers, NO. 509 SHIPLEY ST., WILMINGTON. DELAWARE IIADDOCK, K. / PLASTERING AND CALSOMINING, nsg26-ly Eighth and Shipley streets. ^RS. O'CONNER, FASHIONABLE MILLINER, 222 KING STREET, Wilmington, Del. 4kug23-lm JJENRY BUXBAUM, MEN AND BOY S CLOTHING, And Gents' Furnishing Store, No. 230 Market Street, S. E. Cor. or Third, Wilmington, Delaware. augiVlm OSTON 99c. STORE. B COME AND SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY FOR 99 CENTS. JEWELRY, LADIES' FULL SET, GOLD-PLATED, Bracelets, Rings, I-idles' Chains, Gents' Chains and Seals, Set of Gents' Studs, and many other items of 'his description. Sets of . SILVER-PLATED Knives and Forks, Napkin Rings, and Spoons, Ac., Ac. Ij.rge Limps, Glassware, and Vases, all kinds; Toilet and Wine Sets. Albunts, Pictures and Frames, Brackets, Travelling Bags, and a thougand other things not mentioned. NEWHALL A PHELPS, 801 Mnrket Street. aug23-tf jgOSTON BROWN BREaD IS VERY GOOD FOR DYSPEPSIA. 2,999 LOAVES ARE SOLD EVERY DAY BY JACOB STUCK, And at the Branch Store, 8. E. C'or. Third and Poplar Streets. Aug.ffi-lmf JOHN H. REES, N. B. Cor. Second and Orange Streets. PICTURE FRAMES, . of all styles made to order of Walnut, Gilt and Imitation. LOOKING GLASSES, SQUARE AND OVAL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at the lowest prices. ' * aug. 23-1 y WILMINGTON SOAP WORKS. J. A. Wnsox A Co„ Manufacturer ot Family and Toilet SOAP, Third St., bet. Spruce and Church, aug 23-ly gABY CARRIAGES, Cheap! Cheap! Cheap! LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY. ADAMS t BROTHER, 5181 Market street, Wilmington. aug 23-ly OOTS AND SHOES. B 192 WEST FRONT STREET, (2d door from Shipley) Boots and Sltoes made In workmanlike manuer, of the best material, and at mod erate prices, and satis! ictiou guaranteed. . REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Thefubllcare invited to give me a ca.I. F. C. HOWARD. J OHN L. MOLONE, MARBLE YARD, F. ML Cor. I elnware Av. and Madison St. WILMIKQTOW, DELAWAKK. aug C3-1IU ... WANTS. W ANTED.—Plano player, earaet Apply to HARRY C aeptl-tf Violin „ V H 0!nU », National Il 0 ^ for bale. F lk HALE.— Valuable farm in >. wine Hundred, 5 miles from the*!in Wilmington, containing 78 acre**,?] 1 ! easy terms or exchanged for city n V, . * Apply to J. A BOND, Real estate® seplO-tt ■ aft! NOTICES. N OTfOE—All persons arc against trusting Charles W. Petn^ 1 any of Ills family on my account «,i! pay no debts of their contracting " sept 10-1 w THOMAS MORyy canti N OTICE. "PEACH CRATES," FOR SALE SY Manufactory loot of Wsst str«t, Wihnlngt»*,iJ H. W. CAUSE jy 1J7AX PATERS, TAKE NOTICE! ; CITY AND SCHOOL TAX FOR lift The undersigned Receiver of Tain the City ot Wilmington, will beat No. 10 EAST SIXTH STREET, bet ween. Market and King'streets on, alter the first day or July, IR75, between hours of Sand 12 In the morning and tro to 6 In the afternoon, for tho purpose of celvlng Taxes. , en ail taxes paid during the month of] there will be a deduction of five cents every dollar; and all taxes paid on or at the first day of August, Including iliei Tuesday «„•; September, shall be without * dediotlon or addition as afo sai l, i.ndal' taxes unpaid on the ilavi after ills first Tuesday of Septembers be increase,, by the addition of five pen turn on the amount thereof. pay DMUN D PROVOS4 Receiver Northern District (it-cludim. North of 6th street.) 5 „ , „ , EDWARD FARMER Receiver Southern District iincb.din«i South of Sixth street.) aUK.Sbg S PECIAL NOTICE TO COUNTY T.U PAYERS.—The undersigned cr41eet« of County Taxes having given notice thni months ago that the taxes were due at, payable at that date, and whereas not inn than one-twentieth of tl.e tax-pavers han paid any attention to said notice, the coil# tors for their own protection will bcnbliiS to enforce payincist according to law.rtij gives the collectors power to collect rij cost In ten days after they receive tiiti duplicates. JOS. L. CARPENTER, Jr A. GIVEN, ' aug23-tf Collectors JOSEPn L. RILEY, SAIL AND AWNING MAKER 8. E. Cor. Fourth and Kino tir.Enl Repairing Promptly attended to. UR SELECTIONS 0 OF OLD RYE WHISKIES ARE UNSURPASSED. We have In stock; MOORE'S 1S«, 1868. SHERWOOD, 1868, l8«i, DOUGHERTY, 1809, HANNISVIU.E, !'. JOHNSON A SON, (BOURBON, isk Champagnes, Sherries and Port at dueed prices. P. PLUNKETT A 00., 106 Market Street. aug28-tf-f pLEASE NOTICE THAT YOU WILL FIND Books, Magazines Newspapers, Blank Books, M riting Paper, Fancy Papers, Envelopes, Initial Pap* Slate Pencils, Lend Pencils, Steel Pens, School Slates Mucilage, Ink, PenlioltMl Dominos, Checkers and Boards, _ Back Gammon Boards, Dice and Dice Cups, Lotto Games. Base Balls, Croquet, Pocket Knwl Wallets, Stationers Hardware. . .. Drawing MaterUM AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF STATION ERY, AT E. S. R. BUTLER'S No. 420 Mnrket Street. Aug.27tf.t P OSITIVE SALES. PROMPT SETTjAj MKNTS. REASONABLE TLlOl' 1 HEALD'S • FiasT REGULAR PUBLIC SAI.E OF . STOCKS, BO*SDS, LOANS AND HE-' 1 . ESTATE, At the Clayton House Building, Fifth» Market streets, Wilmington, Iftriaware. loth, Its WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER at 11 o'clock, a. in. WITHOUT POSTPONEMENT, MR"; DRAWAL OR UNDERBIDDING, Three lots, each 29x89 feet, on n | | r,1 )'S of 13th street between Lincoln anil : streets. Three lots.16,17 and 17xlOOJ.f, on so'-tt' 1 of 12th street, between Lincoln atm ia* streets. Two lots, each atxlOO, on south side of street, between Lincoln and l nh>9 " $ One lot. 25x1110, with alley P rlv *; *;:,kiia south side ef 5th street, between t' 1 and Broom streets. Four room frame dwelling on < A ami shares of st«H-k in the Bank off 1 ' ware. . , T , 0 i.,cii* Twenty-two shares of stock in tliel t . Fire Insurance Company. tAU . n (J|i! 117 slmres of stock Tn (lie Georgetown Light Omtpuny. . 17 slmres of stoc}: in the M Iltuin. 1 Kennett Tiirnpike'Coinpany. , 41 slmres in the Batik of «limiu Bnindywine. ■ .-..im SW6 CXmuon Bonds of the W llmitta Western (tailroad Company. ofttn The foregoing securities for qcrou j Adininlstrnfbrs of tlie Estate "1 - 7 Mendinhl.il: ' i„,»toi)a n "' Mum Ok. pou Bondsof theWilm' 11 ' Western KaitmmI Componyv . rfn ,«M Sian C'oitpoj. Ronds of tiieW" a " af 4 Reading Railroad Company,(l sl a1 . ,' ;.cf U sl.ares of stock in the Wniai'. | 8 u,u Western'Batlf<a.d Company 2' shares bf stock in Jra'sonlc m"J. t j 0 nal 5 shares of stock Ilf the r I wl ' J Hank ot \\'llnilngton. .m.iiinr* For TERMS, of sate and PPllt lfJi, , pesters. ' ' ' A'fla Vrikt'' 1 ' Exchange Building, rth '" ,( f • .Sept. 7-11-1V." . Willing, street, between streets Two on nil tM