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VACOnir MILITAXT—IVTEHISIIXO LOCALS _____-iH.tQx.Aipt^aa. The Ddd Fellows' new ball la about com pleted, andNHA be dedicated on Thureday next. Great preparations am being made for the event. P. G. M. Hyland, of yonr cky, Is expected to be present to deliver address, and prominent lodges from several Other lodges are to attend. On the same day the.aealfdproposals for the contibct pqllda hall for tha Knights of Pythias to be handed in The hall Is to be an orna ■ : S to thq place, aa well aa an aceommo n to the Knights. It is to be situated near the depot, on the corner of the street, •qd wU add much to that part or the town. Mr. Herring ta ttling up bis lormer resi lience in thia plane, with a view of returning JKM for a permanent abode. Philadelphia -t far .too far behind tho times for him. , re and busy place— , Ull of prosperous industries. 1 neW dwelling is going up on the corner ait* the Seminary, which will be ..o^to the owner arid quite an inviting Hubbard has stopped mannfaetnring , er atas and grape boxes, as the demand ha»»bo U t ceased. A few late varieties yet remain. He is now engaged in making pack ing boxes for the eanneries. Messrs. Peck * Friedell are still running their cannery to its utmost extent. The students are eontiuually increasing at the Seminary, and every day, applications •re being received from a distance, which, together with its unusual large attendance - Already, will soon make it the most largely Attended institution of the State. At • meeting of several old members of the Irving Literary Society, connected with the Seminarv, Profs. Collins and Craig, and J, B. Moore were appointed a com jnittee to revise the constitution of the Society and present it for con Alderation at the next meeting of the society, - Prof. Craig being chairman bf the committee. This-society It very old and has among its members some of the most noted men of the United States, Sena lors, lawyers aud business men. Oysters are making their appearance qtfltafrequently at anywhere from 33 to 60 bents per bushel. „ . This part of the state is not altogether free from broils, as was made manifest the Other day by a couple pf trackmen who pummelled each other about the head till both were satisfied. They rolled about on the Mils and ties at a lively rate. Our police force was not around just then, so they wended their way home in peace. jrith bloody noses and torn garments. ;l,l welras b ii a OATHERIXG OF GRAXGERS. THE HARVEST HOME YESTERDAY— A LARGE ATTENDANCE—THE GROVE AND THE PEOORATIONS—THE SPEAKERS AND THE APEECHES—A SCCCESSFCL AFFAIR. The Grangers Harvest Home and Basket Picnic which has created considerable in . ..... , tereat among the fanners of our State and adjoining counties was h«ld yesterday in McFarlin's woods near Newport. The ap pointed time for the gathering of the ag Arlans was 10 o'clock, and a large attend - Auce was on the ground by that time. The woods had been prepared for the occasion, Bests having been arranged about abeauti-,do ful stand, decorated with flowers and fruits, jrhich hanging prettily and teraptinriv. from beneath the folds of the American * Flag. Iponthe front of the s and, four mottoes tastefully embellished with ivy leaves and flowers, Faith, Hope, Charity and Fidelity, were tastefully arranged. Di rectly in front of the stand a plow, entirely covered with flowers and fruits, but not so that its frame was lost, lent an additional rustic appearance to the arrangements. About two-thirds of the State Granges were represented and many members of the order from the Middle, Southern and Western. States were present. The organization was effected about eleven o'clock, by the election of Wm. Dean, of Grange 5, Xawark, as President and the following Vice Prosi Jos'Nf R»rr'wm M p 0r \f Ja, 'n-' Br , acl F in . Wm. Cleaver' Geo Mitchell' Geo N^Flv'' SlXtoOZ ?' John " U!b3nd; ' Wi -''! worth In, vn m ^r A iT n - Mrs - « M?Tj Rm.'ofMilforf is the father of the order in Delaware, but be apologized for a failure to make a speech as he was a farmer and not * lawyer. M* Barr, Esq., of Middletown, was then in troduced and fna-le an excellent address : upon the benefit and objects of the Gran-' gers Assoeiation. Ilis sfieech consumed some time, and at its conclusion the meet ing took a recess for dinner, to which full Justice was done, and at 8 o'clock the meet ing was again called to order and Mr. Hus band Maters. of West Chester made a Audapokc for some time. Mr. Thompson, the Grand Lecturer of! the National Assoc'aMon. was then intro duced. lie spoke of the progress of agri- * cultural classes during the past thirty years and the improvc-men* in appliances bT . which work on the farm bas been facilita ted : of the change in the opportunity for 1 Improvement among the farmers bv means of the circulation of the press.'aud of tne ?ood influences of the newsparKirs i Of the day. He touched on most every t topic of interest to tlie farmer, and bis speech was listened to with attention bv the large assembly present. He mated among Other things that there are25.ooog ran c 05 the L nltcd States and 227 in Canada, with an aggregatetl mctniierebip of lissnss, The Pic-NIe was one of the pleasantest af fairs of tho kind that ha? evor occurrod in the State, and willt,, long rememl-ered bv - those who attended. There were not le>s : than a thousand Granger?, including their wives and children J.l .... .... _ i ueemed to thoroughly enjoy the occasion The Pic-Nic did not break' uo until u theereaing. The Eliraer Cornet Bind of Newport furnished the music which w. excellent. ' n , j RUGBY LITERARY SOCIETY i _ ' f Yesterday afternoon the members of the f Rugby Literary Society, held their regular I tIic-' result ' SSw&ftS&S; 82- 1 FEEEIZXG PEACHES. TH1 BXPBBIMasT PBOBABLY A FAILCBI— A. POUTIOU or ba. biases STOCK so* TAX. Ths peach growers this season seem fated to be unluckey and unfortunate in all their attempts to increase tbti p»eaeds of their enormous yield. First, the -markets are glutted and their European shipments prove a failure, and now It is quite probable that Mr. Rikera' experiment to perserve the fruit by means of his mammoth refrigera tor, excelled at Middletown, at an expense of $30,000, will be a failure. The fruit which was placed hi the establishment some three weeks ago, was of the firmest and finest varieties, and waa Stored in the re frigerator with great C#re. On Sunday last the indications were that some of the peaches hsd begun to rot, and that por tion suspected was overhauled, and found to be in a very unfortunate condition, much of the fruit very soft and presenting every indications of a rapid de cay. It was all carefully overhauled aud cull ed, after which It was returned to the re frigerator, and no examination made until Tuesday, when it was further inspected, and found to be decaying rapidly. What Mr. Bikers and his partners in the business in tend to do about the matter is not known and whether they credit the probably failure bf their experiment to defects in these arrangement is not known, as they have kept the matter very quiet, not allowing any one to Inspect their fruit or their appliances, save those directly interes ted, who in turn are not communicative in regard to the matter. It is possible that the experiment may not be altogether a failure, but from present indications it would ap pear so. It is stated that the laterfruit placed in the est ablishnicnt is doing better and will keep anylength of time. t ■ * The burning of Rome in the year 64, lasted eight days, For Groceries and Sundries go to Middle t0 n's Fourth and King, he keeps the best. sept.24-7t. Opportunity lias hair in front, but behind she is bald. PEW9T HATTERS. If you want a pair of fine French Calf Boots for $5, go to Taggerts, 705 Market street. sept.24-7t. To put a single corpse under earth nicely, costs $3,000 in New York. Go to Turners for a shave and yon will be satisfied, 107 East 2d street. scpt.24-6t. Mansard Roofs framed of iron and then slated tire safe. Go to Reynold's if you want Reed Birds cooked to a nicety, 103 Water street. sept .24-fit. Taggert's is the cheapest place in town, if you don't believe it go see, 705 Market street. sept.23 tf. Crocuses can be grown in the house iu damp moss. Red Hot! What is! Whv Ovater Soud and Coffee, at Stricklands, 105 East Fourth street. sept.24-tf. What is the worth of woman ! double O-man. ^.. T0U "' ant t0 ^ neatly fitted with a suit j ° C1 °' L *' tU Asli S ' 4 East One of the meanst things a small bov'^n is to put tacks in the chairs, when he ''nows that a young man is coming to call 011 llis sis,er tllat evonia g. m T was Carl - T , t0 betl and early to rise, makes a man liealthv wealthy and wise ; but the merchants sav ' 6 Fa ' <lfr instructions from the l T . S. Court bv „<• r. . .. „ „ r '° f Do P u, J Collector H. H. Prctty man > went down to Frankford, Sussex Co., and arrested Levi D. Murrv, for selling iquor without a U. S. lioens'a. He had = he ? r ,!S S I astenla y aBernoon and was re tm.'K; obtained to convict them. There are several ed*bv'the U ^ ^ ^ Smadc ' U,h0rUk ' S ' a " d arre6U wil > . . .... J? 6 c ] ,iilJre ' 1 ' s oomes off next ednesds)--and Thursday evenings, Septeiri bar 29. and 30. Tickets may be obtained B.)ughman, Thomas & Co i hearsal yesterday afternoon. Over 500chil fr ar0takin ^ S L t ' and 11 promises to be be a grand affair. The following is from the Public Opinion,of Trenton, «•» April S, 1875 : " Never has the Otiera House presente.1 a brighter appearance than d . M last evening, and never has a larger audience of equal res[>ectabilitv gathered «l»n its walls. The - Children's Jubilee - ' V s such in l ' Vfr . T particular: a jubilee for "><t if«-at assemblage, and a jubilee for the vc ' hundred children who sat uponivra 01,1 '"'"' seats that extendcsl from the "tor ."' n|r,r 10 "the flics,''and presente«l, as 1"*^ curtain ascemled, a scene of beauty that ls ' ,n possitile fo describe. The singing wa " I10t only excellent, but marvellous in sweetness, unity and volume, and illus ,ra ! e * 1 wllat Can '* done with perseverance, patience and—brains. n- a , " * S ' Aurl, ineios«. you late to bed and early to rise, work hard and advert ise. TIOLATIXG THE V. 3, LAW. another liquor dealer arrested. Marshal Dunn, on Tuesday evening, un whom a warrant had been issued, on com a CHILDRENS JUBILEE. at book store, on to-morrow morning, commencing at nine o'clock. Prof. Clemmer had anothe r re a Arrival* at the Clayton Itonoo. * to City. Titos, B. Deacon, Scranton, Pa. Chas. C. Warren. Phila m *\V < 7 ustlf ' N ''"' ark . Del. ^ ' - btauy. Phila. n°S Ponder, Milton, Del. D. B. Maxwell, Georgetown, Del. James n. Jones, London, England '•'af- Lawless, Bristrol, N. J. G. T. Rosenberg, New York. K. E. Parker. " ** &,*' T n ' War(i > Ph,la - w n^^N'Y " y ' ^ „c« "*2 ■waas 1 w Anew peach called the "Brandywine." ^ ....... \ _ requests tne announce Scull* la not now and has poMeefbTCefor some time passed, JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Mayor Whiteley ment that been on the at was stated In yesterday's Hbbald. A much needed grading of one of streets over Brandywine la being done. Many Wilmingtoolaiu attended the Gran gers pic-nic, near Newport, yesterday. Street obstructions are complained of daily and it la a wonder that the plies of rubbish in front of new buildings are not the cause of more accidents than they have been. Someone suggests "Slow-steps" as a fine name for a certain base ball club of this city. Wm. McMenamin is completing two fine dwelling houses on Eighth street between Lombard and Poplar. Quite a number of religious publications are now issued from Wilmington- Rev.A.T. Scott bas started a religious weekly called The Methodist Companion. Collector Nolen and a gentleman from the city of Washington, went to Lewes yester day, to make surveys <fcc., for the hospital to be erected there by the U. S. government. Did the base ball tournament of this week turn a mini of money into somebody else's hands. Harrigan & Hart will be at the Opera House next Monday evening. The remains of a peach pluck who was recently killed at Brenford, on the Delaware Railroad, and bnried at Smyrna, have been exhumed and recognized by Mrs. Peter M. Morris, of Bridtreport, Conn., who came and claimed the body as that of "her boy." Rev. Joshua Humphreys, father-in-law •f Rev. E. T. Kenney, has been appointed to take charge of Siloam M. E. Church, un til the meeting of the Conference. This ap pointment was made by President Elder Coombs. The feeling in Bethel townshipis very strong against the finding of the Com mittee touching the charges made by Mrs. Van Meter, the sentiment of the community being almost unanimous in favor of Mr. Kenney.— Media American, Mr. Taylor, of the Peabody Base Ball Club returns his thanks to the Live Oak Association fora handsome boquet of flow ers, presented to him by them. The American Rifle Association will hold a grand fair at the Odd Fellows' Hall, on Wednesday, Nov. 24th. The proceeds are to be devoted to the equipment of the com pany for the Centennial. A man actually suggests that the Actives be tried again by Urn Quicksteps ! Under the head of "Everything" the Rescue says " coolnot orthodox, Brother. IX THE TOILS. " Why, my most elllcient right hand," said His Honor to Chief Brady, as the Her ald man (for whom all had been waiting), stepped in and jocosely punched the latter in the ribs. "Why, Chief, only two drunks, marvelous, marvelous,wonderful, two, sir," than turning to that insignificant number the wortliv chief told them'to dust when they had paid fifty coppers each. " Yes, gentlemen of the flowing bowl, ye new-time Bardolphs, hard money or ha'rd floors I" "OulT THE SUICIDE. W. W. Welding, Esq., father of the the young man, whose body was found in Rid dle's woods on Tuesday morning, and which has been awaiting identification at D. Fox's shop, eor. of Sixth and Shipley streets, left home last night for this city, and is now in town. A telegram to the'Coroner, yester day afternoon.authorized him to prepare the body for burial. This case has excited much attention in this city, and all are shocked at the self slaughter of one so young and apparently well cared for. PEACH SHIPHEXTS. The following were the peach shipments, yesterday: Jersey City, Newark, Boston. B. & O. P. M. line, P. A.R. Empire, Philadelphia, Baltimore, 39 ears 3 5 7 11 10 Total, SO A BRILLIAXT WBDDIXG. Tho wedding of Miss Clara Rowbotham and Mr. James Conner, both well-known in this city, which occurred last evening, at the house of the bride's father, was one of the brilliant occasions of the mony took place at haif-past eight o'clock, and was performed by Rev. Joseph Smith, of Grace Church. The bride was richly dressed in a white satin, with flowors. and looked as lovely and interesting as a bride should. season. The cere Among the many fair attendants present, none looked lovelier than the sister of the bride, Miss Dolley Rowbotham. The pres ents were numerous and costly, quite filling large room. After the ceremony a bounteous repast was partaken of by the guests, after which some choice music was presented. Miss Lmd Lowry, one of Milford's fairest daugli ters. giving some beautifully executed solos, and the Misses Conner adding some of their splendid duetts. r ~ -j ■ v T ie new '. v married pair took the midnight express for Washington, where they Vill .pend a few da vs and then teke a trip to the North and West. Sherman and his Memoirs. New York, Sept. 23.-A Washington special, says it is understood that Gen. Sher man will publich a new edition of his Mem oirs. with certain corrections and aitera ations. suggested by eritidsmsof ex-army of hcers who assert they have not been fairiv treated. Queer Shorers Arrested. St Louts, Mo., Sept. 23.-Dr. Laure MaDdiey, a lawyer, and C. Cohn, a mer chant, were arrested in St. Louis this morn n £ * or Posing counterfeit money. It is supposed they are a part of a gang in Ve nice, Illinois. . Tlie investigation into the cruel tv of the Superintendent of the House of Correction the inmates, in Philadelphia, was com nienced yesterday. John Parker hu Uie neatest barber shop in town, yoa will find him at 107 K. Becoaa rtrfet - _ 1. W. Reynolds, at the Matt* House, 1WK Water Street, has fame (jn season and tne way he oooka hH read birds, they are dell* clous. ■epW.iw S.5'.n'S!SJEJS3?4iEJ *>w . . . , ... ,• American judge was obliged to sleep with an Irishman in a crowded hotel, time in the old country before you eenla hare slept with a judge; would you not, Pat I" *• Yes, your Honor," said Pat, and I think roar Honor would hare been a long time in the old Country before ye'd been a judge, too." A Western editor, thinking to ktock his lardcf, advertised, "Poultry -t^ken j„ exchange for advertising.'' The villain ous compositor, seeing his opportunity to pay a long-standing grudge, aet it up, "Po etry taken in exchange for advertising ana since that time the office boy has been clearing fifty cents a day from the waste paper man. Boot* and shoes & W. corner of An t! l NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 E. WALTER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, 20S SOUTH STREET, ' PHILADELPHIA, PA. The Cheapest Place in the City for Watches. Old Gold, Silver and Second-handed Watch es bought. . nil! ,L: Sept.23* L OST,—On yesterday, a large size Pas* Book, between 5th and West and 3d and Tatnall. A liberal reward will be given. J. H. GOULD. -I i (5ept.23» I 70R SHERIFF of New Castle County, . BENJAMIN MORRIS, Subject to the decision of the Democratic Sept.23rif party. AMUSEMENTS. c HILDREN S JUBILEE in the MASONIC TEMPLE, on WEDNESDAY «fc THURSDAY EVENINGS, September 29th and 80th, consisting of ' CHORUSES, SOLOS, DUETTS, MARCHES Ac., Ac., Ac. concluding with a GRAND TABLEAUX of tho STAR SPANGLED BANNER Representing GODDESS OF LIBERTY. SOLDIERS' SAILORS, Ac., Ac., Assisted by Prof. RITCHIE S FULL ORCHESTRA. JAMES N. CLEMMER, Musical Director Admission, 35 cents (Including Reserved Seat. *S-Tiekets for saleby the Children and ex changeable for Reserved Seatsat Bougliman, ihomas & Co.'s Book Store, on and after Saturday, Sept. 25th, at 9 o'clock, A. M. without extra charge. Sept.2J-2t QRAND OPERA HOUSE. One night only. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTIONS! The Original HARRIGAN & HART, with their Grand Combination and tho Gallant 69th of New York, having concluded their highly successful engagement at Wallack's Theatre, where their wonderful versality and artistic per formances were received with acclamation and delight by the elite of the metropolis will appear supported by a COMPANY OF DRAMATIC ARTISTS and splendid Orchestra, under the direction of \\ . L. Bowron, In their new and beautiful Drama, written expressly for them, in Four Acts, entitled THE DOYLE BROTHERS, unequivocally transcondant in mirth pro voking dialogue, laughable situations, &c. HARRIGAN & HART, will introduce their renowned musical sketches of which they arc the originals. Admission 50 and 85 cents. Reserved seats 75 cents, to be lmd at Bom;liman. Thomas & Co.'s, on and after Friday, September 2Uli. M. W. HANBY, Business Manager. Sept .23-41 QRAND OPERA HOUSE. Friday Evening, October 1st, Lecture by Dr. J. JAY - VILLERS. Subject: "Funny People we Meet." Under the auspices of the Rugby Literary Society. Admission, Children under it, 50 cents. ■®S®asa-!»asas Sei,t.22-9t. JJENRY BUXBAUM, AND BOY'S CLOTHING No. 2») 5Iarke e t n strmW n f. WtoV e, ' FOB BEJfT. _ T2UBUBKX.— A t hre e stair Brtek House jTwith six rooms. No. 411 Vest Front St., near Hartai dpi'** VprtohfcN. Rent only $12 per month. THOS. IlLALLY, Sept.23_ ffil Market 8tree|. TJOB HEOT, <*«,. 1 bon*. Id IH, W.U J? "■ p "'°' ""'"'«!'oil»ebt, Pennsylvania House, Front and King Sts. sept.22-8t* - to . FOR SALE. F OR SALE.—Lot of nice cider barrels, to make roqpi for oysters, apply at SepU4-tf 4U5 MARKET ST. F OR SALE—Five litters of thoroughbred Berkshire Pigs; also fifteen Shouts of same stock. WILLIAM DEAN, sep20-Iw Newark Del. P >R SALE — The contents of a grocery store, at Fifteenth and Market streets, sepia,tr D. KERBAUGH. P AR RALE.—Vain able form In Brnndy wfhe Hundred, 6 miles from the city of wnmlngton, containing 78 acres. Sold on easy terms pr exchanged for city property. J - A BOND, Real estate Ment, seplU-tf _ 902 Mark et street JUNE BOOTS# AND SHOES, AT BEEUCED PRICES. AT S. E, COB. 7th AND POPLAR STREETS. BOOTS, SHOES AJfD GAITERS. Custom work made in the bestatyle at moderate prices, Public patronage solicited, sep 16,1m MICHAEL DANAHEeT THH M—NlffG RBmm is the only Meralnt Paper puhUsfaed in a Tilhtiof Delaw 'ere. AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM It will pro**of great value to the Merc»p v tile portion bf the community, The Hbrald contains all the latest Tele' graphic News, bright and newsy ioealg pointed and pithy Editorials, a full line of Correspondence, and a.varlety ol Misccl aneous matt , : "IJj j — - .lit i-j U i r THE MORNING HERALD la published every morning, (Sundays excepted), and delivered in tha city of Wilmington and surrounding places for six cents per week, payable to the Carriers. Mail subscrip tions, postage free, THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, O'BYRNE BROS., Publishbrs, NO. 509 SHIPLEY ST., WILMINGTON, DELAWARE ex HADDOCK, PLASTERING AND CALSOMINING, asg20-ly Eighth and Shipley streets. JOSEPH L. RILEY, SAIL AND AWNING MAKER, 8. E. Cor. Fourth and King Repairing Promptly attended to. STREET, pepIO-ly gOSTON BROWN BKEaD IS VERY GOOD FOR DYSPEPSIA. 2,006 LOAVES ARE SOLD EVERY DAY BY JACOB STUCK, And at the Branch Store, S. E. Cor. Third and Poplar Streets. Aug.28-lmf JOHN H. RBED, N. E. Cor. Secosd and Orange Streets. PICTURE FRAMES, of all styles made to order of Walnut Gilt and Imitation. ' LOOKING GLASSES, SQUARE AND OVAL at the lowest pri P c?s° T ° GRAPH FBAME8 - aug. 23-ly WILMINGTON SOAP WORKS. J. A. Wilson & Co., ManuIUctureroI Family and'Botlet SOAP, Third St., bet. Spruce and Church aug 23-ly gABY CARRIAGES, Cheap! Cheap! Cheap! LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY. ADAMS * BROTHER. 606 Market street, Wilmlngtoa, augQR-ly JOHN L. MALONE, MARBLE YARD, 8. W. Coa Delaware Av. and Madison St. WILMlHOTOfJ, DBLAWARB. aug tJ-tm JJAVE YOU HEARD THE NEW* oro 8emng LA ' f^ 1 ^ REPP goods ALL WOOL CASHMERES." 18 BLACK ALAPACAS, r ° m 75 WmU 40 ?I " 50 all wool empress cloth 0 J10 ° wWSMjSSsfe notions. Don't forget the place, * U " 01 X 'a-Fine"2^\ tr< ^ t ' WihMInitoi^ei U'-maim " uent bl *ek silk ii from aoplOtf I WAFTS. IRL WANTED for Co^ 4Mpt.lt* " U11 Market^ • i, yoTicl^r^v ,y N OTICE.—At the l..r^rr^ **»• ACmMRrerw of the Wlinii? ee| li» l lnca Fund Bootota, u wa , solved to pay to depositor ',1/ "'""oo , annum, calculated.monthiV being; allowed on fractfon, & , n ° < commence at the beginning or l V noi '5i cal year, and that tife Treafu™i h ? of the Increase of (hi ram n ^ fraat three, j^onth. before , th^'S Wilmisgtok, Sept 20th, is?-, 1 sepM.tf ■ jrrMsum W.fe aj VIOTICE. 1\ "PEACH CRATES" •- "i ' for 8> u BT H. W. CAUSE MANcrAcn-.,. Foot of West Street, «... aug2S-tf to .Wilmington, j, fJ»AX PAYERS TAKENOTIcir"' 1 '" CITY AND SCHOOL TAX Fog H oSayshwxss: n®. io East sixth strew bet ween Market aud Klne mi*..., ' alter the first day.* hours of fi and 12 In themmnuk. tWw oelvlng Taxes, Snail taxes pa there will be a every-dollaffai io flu r. ill p* PUrpossjJ liiemonth.fji "of fiveaTi )n tbe firat dfcy jo* aftBXSgagS 8Liis.il be lncrraseu by titaSdSi?on tom oo the a inbunt thereof w * Receiver Northern DiSJrmPfmB® North of 6tli street,^' 1 w Mji| Pf Cbunty fgiffEt'VftZ months *go that the fit payable «tbit date,and. than one-twentieth of the paid any atten Hon' ti) said ifotiee'Ko lorstor thefr.own protection white* to enforce payment according Ui law « gives the eol ectorg. power to colled hpiM." aay8after t,ieyr ^' cc l ii< ire 1,2 e #611 Vi "Were dtie Ffrfoaoii Ion loft rapi Ik aug23-tf m. J^OTICE. All persona are cautioned against rw Ing pr negotiating the following Com from County Bonds of New fusticl* us the same have been paid: Coupons from No. 31 to No. 5C for W April 1,1871. ' Coupons from No. 57 to No. 121 forflii April 1,1871. ' Coupons from No. 31 to No. 56 for S3),I October 1,1871, ' Coupons from No. 57 to No. 1*1 for ffij October 1,1871. fa -i mil hsvt rcrui fmeni lilroa m WM. HERBERT. Treasurer of New Castle Couoq I-'l sepiO-tf i, jy OTICE TO DELINQUENTS. ArDITOR'S Ol-'FIR] 8'/ 2 East Sixth Street, - Wilmington Delaware. | Notice is hereby given, by direction nil FlnanoeCommittee, that nil bills dull City o» January 1st. 1875, must be paid il or before the first day of November aal.| they will be placed In the hands of tin# Heitor for collection, by virtue of secltal of the City Charter, which is as follow,: I "If the amount of said bill bo not J within tit) (lays after such presentai thereof, it shall be the duty of the Maya said city to issue a warrant directed to I aaid City Auditor, commanding him ton the same with all costs thereon, upoo 1 goods and chattels of such owner, and if I such goods and chattels can be found (rill said city sufficient to satisfy said debt* costs, then to levy the same on thegroiul or buildings of such owner fronting w such si reel as aforesaid, wbicli said grail or buildings, or any part thereof, shill sold by said City Auditor at public antra upon ten (10) days' notice in two ne»ra pers published in said city." , The bills of delinquents having long* become overdue, proceedings will beta inenced without delay, unless payuitiil made as herein provided. WILLIAM H. GRIFFIS, I City AuilllM pre Bell, f tana] [on, sep20-if fOIT, J^LOYD & SMITH. Front and Pine Streets, Wilniln;ton, Wj ware, Wholesale and retail Dealersitl ALL KINDS OF BUILDING LUJiBE !• pers Pie Cedar, Cypress, White Pine, fipl'b Sawed Shingles. Bangor Plastering Lath, German Bevelled Siding. White Pine, Virginia and Florida I Flooring. 8PRUCE AND YELLOW PINE ® & SCANTLING A SPECIALlH All orders by mail will receive P**, attention. «P M | 'lie Ny f 1 ' Il N P'O' Pit h'H "iiiing h J)LI1ASE NOTICE THAT YOU WILL FIND Books, Magazines, Newspapers, Blank Books, Writing Paper, , Fancy Papers, Envelopes, lullii" 1-1 ["Ills, I* fil'd ['""V" Slate Pencils, Lend Pencils, Steel Pe»V School Slates, Mucilage, Ink, I 01 - Dominos, Checkers and Bonrcw. I::: Back Gammon Boards, _ Dice and Dieo Cups, Lotto Gamej; Buse Balls, Croquet, Pock« Wallets, Stationers Hardware, . (fr || Drawing** 1 ' OF STATIC file AND ALL OTHER KINDS ERY, AT E. 8. R. BUTLER'S No. 490 Market Street. ! - > [ u,ll Aug.27tf.t QYSTERSI OYSTERS I! SPECIAL NOTICE. I liave made arrangements tiles, hotels and restaurants "'' 1 " T BES'T OYSTERS THAT COME Whoiesaloandr^Wliolo^f and fresh every daj.^y "ijiiri-d <-i, -D'lltA "ii •epao-tf Ti-, " Hens C; ""liiltit "111- of Gi'on