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PHILADELPHIA SEW*.
Wilin' IS CENTENNIAL tilt TES
ylLia >
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of
the Union BekgUe,' whhfriobk jflaeq^yester
J iv, a resolution of'censure tffc* ptesents4,
directeI against thijCoiiitnlttee of sixty-two
The churee iu the rcj^ilutl&ii preferred
agal«t ifie Committee, were lo the effect
that the latter had exccedwl its autlioritv in
condemning General Bingham, as unworthy
I 'fef Aupport by Uie rank and tile of the Re
publicans.
. At this meetlfi? L. C; Perkhis, President
of the Building Commission, presided, and
Robert Gray, a member of the Pilgrim Club
fr .,j ; ftnd signer of their addresses some weeks
' since, wa* influential as a participant. One
^of the gentlxynen present at the meeting,did
*" 'hbtvote, although he spoke in favor of the
./Authority:of the Conimi'.tee of sixty-two,
Aid expressed himself as willing to sustain
thefr'Jtiport:. He declined to vote because
• 'JMT'was absent when the Committee was
f jinauimously appointed, and he did not de
to mix up In the fight. A vote was then
b utaken ont'ie reso'.iitfon. aud was found to
s'and as fojlows: aws-7i.oa.vs 8. The action
«f the Cpmmittec of sixty-two was therefore
TH ffffect, sustained, and theho])es of General
Bingham and friends, who have agitated the
.matter,«iuk lower than ever in the* Slough
or Despond, lfais pot known as yet, what
action wilf lie taken by the political
Hi
t.
vam
pires who support Bingham and his claims
to the clerkship of Ihe' Quarter Sessions;
.hut Quit )i|s imbecile efforts to atttfih dis
tinction ju this hattls have lowered him in
the estimation of the masses, and conse
quently sealed his doom,!here cannot be tlic
possibility of question.
. ■ ' TIIE SXABBJ.V9 OR WALES.
Maurice Slattcriy, who s'abbedthe color
ed man Wales on Saturday .uiglit last,.was
brouglit before Magistrate Kermedy toAkiy,
afidWas eotirthittedjit default of hail. It
will be renteniheftd that' this-affsirtook
place in a Third street car, shortly after the
-mass meeting on Satqtday night,
the assault was ut»|>rkvokcd and
ous. Tlie wherealtouts of Slattcriy -luive
been well known to the jktiice here, buj it
was not thought politic to arrest him, in
view of the fact that he commanded cou
siderable ward influence among Republican
repeaters. But when the people began to
complain that the commission of such an
outrage in the heart of tlie city, at so early
an hour of night, indicated a rottenness in
the local administration, the police authori
ties became alarmed, and quite speedily ar
rested the assassin.
There are few hopes entertained of tlie
recovery of Wales, and, ns the deed of hits
antagonist will be nothing 6hort of murder,
it will he interesting to watch the progress
of the ease, and keep guard over tlie politi- j
cal rounders w ho w ill exhaust the cnevelo
pedia of rascality to set the murderer free, j
and that
d murder*
AKlilVAL OP MR. MOODY.
Mr. Moody arrived in this city yesterday'
morning, and at once became the center ed'
religious attraction. From the moment of
his arrival, Mr. George II. Stuart was in his
company, nor did lie qnit the celebrated
preacher during the entire day.
Your corrcsdondcnt called on Mr. Moody
in the course of the afternoon and had a few
moments conversation with him. The Rev
eroed gentleman possesses all the vitality of j
his former years of clerical usefulness, and !
something of which he would ever remain
proud, and seemed to think that if his i
teaehings should never again call forth eon
trition from the multitude, at least would
his expetienees and conversions abroad, en-1
title him, in the autumn of his life, to aj
blissful contemplation of his earthly str.i-i
i .i," Mr '^ od y was a skcd whether:
he thought any difficulty would he experi ;
enecd by his "backers in securing for him I
a place in which to regale the religious elf- 1
ment of the town, and, at the same time, to i
convert the pagans and infidels, which |
swarm here—fromother cities of course. (.')!
He replied enthusiastically that he was con- i
fident of success. "Philadelphia," said he,!
•is the best place for nte now. The rough
clement is coming here, and accumulating
voice, will he none too much for the salva- 1
tion of this bleeding eitv." I
"Do you not anticipate opposition?" I,
asked him.
"Well, I don't know," he replied,
"But," (this after consideration,) " should
any opposition to my preaching in this eitfy
atise it will only do nte tlie more good,
Christ was among the persecuted, you
know : their chief in fact, and ill would it
become me to flinch from my imperative
duty though the forges of all' liell tiufj'ed:
their seething venom into my face. No,sir;|
I defy opposition, and I'll preach to the sin-1
ners to save their souls, even with the devil
endeavoring to throttle me."
"Where will you quarter yourself?" I
asked.
Oil, anywhere. It makes no difference
to me where I am or where I may go, so
long as I can confront the [lower of hell.
n'o I m at h °me—that
is, at cleaning him out."
"Have you selected any building?" was
he next question
"No, not yet'; in fact I don't think
there is a building in the town large
enough, aud if I'm right in this conjecture
I'll have a building tiuilt. such a one as the
Hippodrame iu New York; and then I'll
preach to the people and save them from
ihe flumes of hell, while inv Lutheran
friends are howling without, just trust me
lor that, ' paid the sanguine gentlemen in
conclusion, " and give my love to the peo
ple of Delaware througn the columns of
your pretty little paper, and tell them that
tre long I'll give them a call."
ees.
I
THE LAST OK TIIE GIHAItltS.
Mrs. Caroline. E. Gtrard Peale, a niece of
Stephen Girard, the once famous Philadel
phia millionaire, died in this ei,y yesterday,
aged 87 years. She was noted for her
charitableness of disposition, and won many
friends in life by her patronage ofthe local
institutions of learning ami culture.
FERIOU8 IIJ. X ESS OK JUDGE It HIGGS,
Judge Amos Briggs, Associate Judge of
the Common Pleas Court, of this city, made
somewhat conspicuous
country some time ago by his supervision of
the Gerdemjin case, hurst a blood vessel at
a late hour last night, and it is nit believed
that lie will revover.
throughout
tlie
A PACT.
The Heiiai.d low contains more reading
matter in a single issue lit tin attv three ot
the afternoon papers combined,
tained to a larger circulation In Wllniing
ton titan any other afternoon paper and
Is increasing in circulation daily. Adver
tisers will make a note of this and give their
patronage where it will do them tlie most
good.
It lias at
WHAT MR. Towssisp THINKS ok the
aefr4;r-tkvaHti»}rbMoME pvnoent
criticisms.
Mr. EoitjoR—X fay your paper that a
wonderful achievement has been performed
... - '
by my friend JteyaeWti, as your paper
states, in sending* load of smock peaches
in a reffigeTatiWg ear with four tons 6f Icy
to Boston. How in the world did these
sharp Yankees go to look at the arrival of
smock peauhes in su^i weaticr with the
precautions of (bqrtons of ice overhead!
It must be a joke ; fpr no Yankee, I think,
is green enough to be-taught wasting his
time about a car load °f smock peaches.
For the last two weeifl I have been eredi
blv informed by a peach dealer in Balti
more that they have,been shipping smock
peaches in bulk; that is spread some straw
or hay in the bottom of the,car and then
pour the peaches fri, as is done with pota
toes; and further, these- cars, so loaded
with pea lies, were sent not by fast Hue hut
by the ordinary feyight line-west. But now
to THE Herald the astonishing fact
tliat iuy,frieti(l Reynolds has succeeded, in
last week's frosty weather, in shipping a
ear load of smock peaches to Boston in a
refrigerating ear by the aid of ionrtons of
fate, an 1 the beauty of it-jq.that the Yankees
tttrned out by thousands'to witness this
great feat in fruit shipment. ,1 will suggest
to friend Reynolds after the excitement
ceases iu Jlostqiy- if lie will faavc his car
load Of smoefcs jnit' under some shed and
keep the hunker overhead 'filled with ice,
he might bring'tJiIS ear, of smock peaches
to the Gsntennldj, JFalr and exhibit it to the
gaping crowds ; this ear of smocks all but
equals the Nahant snake story.
R EE PIC ERA TIM! SMOCK PEACHES
n
comes
ragb & Elwell, of Philadelphia, at 955.
This yacht has been used at Barnegat. The
steamer Violet carried down quite a num
her of persons front this city to he present
at the.sale.
Samuel Towxsenb. .
Townsend, October'5, 1875.
. FAKEtlJfiJfL l'EACUES, OH!
■ The Philadelphia Telegraph of last even
.fhgsays,:
The peach season is about over, the re
ceipts now befog bl* a very trilling charac
ter. During the season, which commenced
yq July 28,-and closed on Saturday, Octo
ber 2, the total receipts aggregated 8,172
eat Joinls containing4,088,000baskets. New
York and Philadelphia received the largest
portions of these immense shipments.
. A aorEnSSTEST SALE.
The Relief Light-ship, No. 18, was sold
at public auction at the light-house, by the
mouth of the Christiana, yesterday, under
the direction of Capt. White, the Light
house Inspector. The purchaser was Mr.
Flanpigaii, of Philadelphia, the [trice being
91,220. A yacht, was also sold to Dar
ALirsi - MATT EES.
Rainy weather in prospect.
Hard times make the tliieVes active.
The very best Rio coffee, teas and spices,
at Middletons, Fourth ami King streets.
"'all paper and window shades at A. B.
Jones, 618 Market street,
Strickland, at Fourth and King, has fresh
oysters attv way you want them
' '
" e "°ul<l call your attention to the as
"'Cut ol tine paper hangings at Jones',
Market street,
"Time to think about winter bonnets and
new furs."
Just arrived, especially for the fall trade
a full line oi Merino underwear for ladies
and gents, nt Frank's 511 Market street
A specialty in Gent's fine French calf skin
1,00ts (i,r 91 and upwards, at Taggart's, 795
Market street.
A bridge 2,100 feet long is bein'* built
across Bear river, in northern Utah. B
, , e .
,,
Oysters in every style at Allen's, 10, East
Nmth 8treet - Fresh everyday,
Gov. Tilden tells the New York farmers
that, the tax bug is a worse enemy to them
than the jiotato hug.
A full line of ladies merino vests, larges
stock in Wilmington, at Frank's, No. 511
Market street.
,.n,„tt,i.,.„ ,.r . - ,
'if! ',, 0 f ,* ® Womans Jourml
l ^ allopitca at AVoreester. Look
'" r 00111 stll 'kenow; ( fellow citizens.
' 111111111 ,)U N a bronze stand, lamp or a
oari ' la - u wdtip lor 99 cents, worth 91.50 at
tke Boston 19 cent store, eor. Eighth an It
Market .treets.
Great inducements offered for the next
thirty (lays in pianos and organs, at Robe
len A: Pro's, 710 Market street,
them.
A night's sleep reduees the human weight
a l„ mt olle 1)oun ,,_ b
T)ln ... . ...
Hie bt. Jolm's ladies restaurant, 405
Market street, has been remodeled and fitted
u h 11,1(1 is llow opened wnh all the dclaeies
01 llle season.
Hie Stovepipe Guard, of Jersey City, has
08 members,
The first balloon assentiou was made in
London iu 1798.
Go and tee
It you are going to paper, go and select
from the large assortment of fall styles, at
Jones', 618 Market street. octff-lni
The largest and cheapest stock of ladies
and childrens merino underwear, at Frank's,
511 Market street.
Aha, a financial crisis in Berlin !
for another Jaw breaker in German.
(io to iiuxhauni, the clothier,for your fall
clothing, Third and Market street.
A pistol tight recent ly occurred in Kansas
City, and a local paper remarked, "then the
schuctzcnfcst began."
Now
On Monday, the 11th of October, I shall
open my new store, 607 Market street, with
a choice stock of dry good/ and trimmings,
of tlie very lwst makes and qualities, cost
ing over 825,000, which I shall sell for the
very lowest cash price*.
American girl is dead. She was valued at
925,000.
M. Aisherg.
If you want to he suited go to to Bux-'
haunt, the cheapest clothier in town.
Third aud Market.
Universal love is like a mitten, which fits
all hands alike but none closely : true affec
tion is like a glove, which fits one hand only
but fits closely to that one.
We would call the attention of our read
ers to Bowman's advertisement.
General Grant's dinner, given at his Long
Brunch cottage, in honor of his daughter
Nellie and her husband, is said to have tost
81, .500.
JOTTIKOS ABOVT TOWJU.^
e)* n switch at the
Lanea*ter pike, caused a runoff on the W.
& K. railroad, by whleh eight cure Mid the
locomotive of a freight train was thrimn off
the track. No serious damage were done.
The locomotive has since been got on the
t J^ tgaiUi a „ a to being repa
city. All trains were delayed,
of passengers being made at the wreck; but
* Tac k * 6 now clear,
" 11 1 la r d & Creese's Variety t roupeoft his
cl y> here last night for Middletown,
ifhw,they appeared inoueoftheir pleosam
entertainments. The troupe is composed
entirely of home taleut. They will repeat
their performance again to-night.
Mr. Lee, the Clerk of Council, yesterday
found among the odds and ends of his of*
flee, the seal of the "Wilmington Spring
Water Company." It bears the date of
1804, which was before the cltyowuejl wa
ter works and when the town was supplied
by a private corporation,
Isaac P. Russell, an employee of the
Harlan & Hollingsworth Co., fell dead on
the4ailroad early yesterday morning, in
front of the II. <5: H. ear shops, while walk*
j„jr i u to his day's duties from his home in
West Wilmington. When he left his home;
Mr. Russell was in apparent good health',
and as liale and robust as usual. It is sup
posed he died of heart disease, but we could
not learn that he was subject to it. The
Coroner will inquire particularly iuto the
causes of death. Mr. Russell was about 45
or 50 years old, and butlt the first residence
in the late Dr. Brown's new suburb. -!
T l,e following changes in the- time table
0I1 the Delaware railroad will take place
800n . The morning accommodation train
north will reach Wilmington in time to con
nect witli the train from Baltimore to
Philadelphia, which leaves Wllmingt'ofa
9:47, and will also make closer connexion
with the train for Baltimore at 10:02 a. in.
The mixed train leaving Wilmington about
midnight and returning at 9:10 p. m., will
be withdrawn, and a train lcavingW'ilming
ton at 5 a. in., and returning at about Op.
m., will takes its place.
The following is the amusement pro
gramme at the Opera House so far as i6 now
known: On the 9th Frank Frayne will ap
pear, and will he followed on the 11th by
George R ingold under the management of
Jarret & Palmer, of New York, and J. T.,
Ford of Baltimore, on which occasion the
"Lady of Lyons" will'he presented. For
the 13th, Charley Shay's Minstrel Trupe is
billed, and on the 14th the Mexican Opera—
a juvenile performance. Buffalo Bill and
Texas Jack will appear on the 10th, and on
the 18th Kelly & Leon will be with us.
This evening, Rev. W. Swaye, of Boston,
will deliver a lecture on the "Good old
Times," at the Unitarian Church. Tke lec
ture will begin at 8 o'clock. There will be
a prelude of music, which will prove an ac
ceptable feature of the evening's enjoyment.
The Wilmington and Western railroad
depot is a bright and cheerful station.
The repairs to the City Hall are approach
ing completion.
O'Tool makes a good chief of police.
Mr. W. S. Pride has resigned the secre
tary and treasurysliip of the Quickstep base
ball club. He made an excellent oflicer,and
the club regret that his business will not al
low him to continue. Manuel Riehenberger
has been elected to the position.
Another experiment in sending peaches'to
Liverpool, by steamship, appears to he a
success. The quantity sent is not stated,
but there was an eager demand for the fruit
a* good prices.
The horse disease is not a success in this
city. Owners of animals were frightened at
first,but there now appears to he no cause
for serious alarm, although it will be well
fortlie livery men and others to take proper
precautions.
ired in this
an exchange
Ir
at
DEATHS.
FORD,—Oct.. Oth., Cecelia, youngest daugh
ter of Titos, and Mary l ord, age 1 year
2 months 2 days.
WANTS.
W ANTFIIJ— 50 Hoys to sell the Morning
Herald, which will have a lull ac
count of the Middletown Fair. Apply at
the Herald office.
\UANTED—Two men to serve the Morn
}} ing Herald 011 routes partly can
vassed. Apply at the Herald office,
\\J ANTED — An energetic young man
1T on commission, to canvass 011 a paper
nnd engravings. About 925 per week
he made. Apply before noon.
OLIVER BRADEN,
Delaware House.
can
sept.Kl-tf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
THE STOCK OF A PICTURE STORE
Consisting of
OIL PAINTINGS,
CJIROMOS/
ENGRAVINGS,
FRAMES,
Ac., Ac,, Ac.,
Together with Work Bench nnd First
C.ass Tool Chest, will he sold at Public Sale
at 61(1 Market street, (Masonic Hall) tills
THURSDAY EVENING.
at 7,30 o'clock.
G
hand opening.
OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
AT
DeWOLF'R,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR,
310 MARKET STREET.
Consisting of a full line of English Worst
ed, American and Foreign Cassemeres, and
and a large assortment of fur beavers.
Having succeeded in securing tlie services
of a first-class cutter, and superior to any
that I have had iu my employ, I tun now
prepared to furnish my customers with
GARMENTS MADE AND CUT IN THE
VERY LATEST STYLES,
and at prices much below former rates, and
less than tbs goods can be bought for by
the yard and made up.
All I ask is an examination of my stock
nnd prices.
No misrepresentation nnd a perfect fit Is
guaranteed.
oetS-lymws.
J. DeWOLF.
1 JOR SHERIF'F of New Castle County,
BENJAMIN MORRIS,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
laity. Bept.23*tf
- FOH HEiTT
pon ■ff$v4\-X , ( £ /ee-stl
Brick House
nt St.,
t only
K.LALLY,
arket Street.
112
Wt-lf.i'?
-T-r
FOR pajue.
/
F OR SALE.—Lpt Pt »lpe elder barrels, to
make room for oysters, apply at
4w MAltKKT ST.
Sept^4-tf
i.osr
mu i
OST—A rsnuill d>lu# enamel loeket, the
finder will- Twelve a suitable' reward
op returning the antae to the United States
~T-'l T T ~^l- — yi -r ni I M t f ' ! !♦ -
VOTIftH
-3t
: i * .4
•J^OTICE.
All persons are oautloncd against recetlv
lng or negotiating the following Coupons
from. County Bopdsxtf New Castle County,
as the snitiehiive 1)een paid: - "
Coupons fioiil No. 31 to No.fid fovJ#Vdue
Apr(t 1, 1871. . , A
codpons from No. 57 to No. 121 for 113/ due
April 1.J87L /
Coupons (tom No, 31 to No. 56 for |30, d ue
October 1,1871, , . .,. *
Coupons from No. 37 t<j ,Nq. 121 for 915, due
October 1,1871. " ,
WM. HERBERT,
Treasurer of New Castle County.
sep£0-tf
L.
N OtTICK.—At tllfe last stated meeting of
tbe Manager* of the Wlimlugton Sav
ings Fund Society, It xfits on motion, re
solved to pay to depositorsSU percent
annuMV,' eiilenliireil Hfolithlje p9 luxe
being allowed on fractions of a month, t*
commence at the beginning of ttfo next fls
ctal year, and tliHt the Treasurer give notice
of the increase of. the rate of iuterest at
toast three months before the end of this
year. "
WlLMlNGTO#, Sept 20th, 18751
! ALBuriT W. SMITH,
scT20,tf Treasurer W. S. F, Society,
per
rest
J^OTICE TO delinquents.
. AL'DITOK S Ql FtCE,)
P/, East Sixth Stkeet, V
WlI.MINGT-ON DeLAWAIIE. )
Notice Is liereby given, by direction of the
Finance Committee, that all bills due the
City on January 1st. 1875, must be paid on
or before tlie first day of November next, or
they will be placed iu the hands of the so
licitor for collection, by virtue of section 78
of the City Charter, which is as follows:
"If the amount of said bill be not paid
witnlii 00 days after such presentation
thereof, it shall be the duty of the'Mayor of
said etty to issue a warrant directed to the
said City Auditor, commanding him to levy
the same with alt costs thereon, upon the
goods and chattels of such owner, and if no
sueli goods and chattelscan be found within
said city sufficient lo sutisfy said debt and
costs, then to levy the same ou tlie grounds
or buildings of such owner fronting upon
such s'reet ns aforesaid, which said grounds
dr buildings, or any part thereof, shall be
sold by said City Auditor at public auction,
upon ten (10) days' notice In two newspa
pers published in said city."
The bills
of delinquents having long since
become overdue, proceedings will be com
menced without delay, unless payment be
made as herein provided.
WILLIAM H. GRIFFIN,
City Auditor,
scp20-tf
T
'AX PAYERS TAKE NOTICE
CITY AND SCHOOL TAX FOR 1875.
The undersigned Receiver ol Taxes lor
the City ol Wilmington, will beat
No 10 EAST SIXTH BTREr.T,
between Market and King streets, on and
alter the first day of July, 1875, between the
hours of 8 and 12 in the morning and from 2
to 6 In the afternoon, for the purpose ol re
ceiving Taxes.
ten ull taxes paid during the month of July
there will be a deduction of five cents on
every dollar; and nil taxes paid on or alttr
tlie first day of August, Including tlie tiist
Tuesday veplembtr, shall be payable
without ■>. dsd'ittlou or addition ns ufore
said, andal 1 taxes unpaid on tlie day next
after tlie first Tuesday ot September shall
be increuseu bj the addition of flvepercen
tum on the amount '.hereof.
Eil.MUNh PROVOST,
Receiver Northern District (including all
North of Otli street.)
EDWARD
FARMER,
Receiver Southern District (including all
Soutli of Sixth street.) nug. 23-tf
S PECIAL NOTICE TO COUNTY TAX
PAYERS.—The undersigned collector*
of Comity Taxes having given notice three
months ago that the taxes were due and
layable at that date, and whereas not more
-ban one-twentieth of the tax-payers have
laid any attention to said notice, the collec
tors for tltclr own protection will be obliged
to enforce payment according to law, which
gives tlie collectors power to collect with
cost In ten days after they receive their
duplicates.
JOS. I,. CARPENTER, JR.,
A. GIVEN,
nug23-tf
Collectors.
VTOTICE-Mr. FRAK 3IORSE Is the rogu
i.V lnriy authorized agent of Tim Herald
iu Wilmington. Persons wilt therefore con
tract with hl» for advertisements, and no
one else, _
JOSEPH TOUT
Has ngain opened a Conl-Yard at West
and Water streets, which he intends to run
In connection with his yard at Orange and
Water streets, where persons in want'of
Coal can be supplkd with the celebrated
ENTERPRISE, which gives more satisfac
tion than any other Coat In the market.
Persons leaving orders at either yard will
receive prompt attention.
sep28-3m M JOSEPH FOUT.
^ItOUND THE CORNER.
OYSTERS! OYSTERS!
Having iiddod an oyster bar to my place
I ttirr'preparcd to furnish the finest oysters
in the market. You that are fond or a Pail
drop in nnd see for yourself. Families sup
plied with tlie best, at reasonable prices.
Send to any part of the city. Please louve
your order at No. 3 West 5th street.
Respectfully,
CIIA8. B. CHANDLER.
oclc-2t
G
RAPES.
5,000 lbs. for salo at 3d street Market by
JOHN BOWERS, and
octU-8t
gUTTER! BUTTER!
A few more customers wanted for
HILLEGA8 A CO.
BRANDYWINE HUNDRED, BUTTER,
Received every Tuesday and Friday, nt 3d
Street Market. '
oetfl-lm
1IILLEGAR A CO.
QYSTERS!
Families and parties supplied with Oys
ters on tlie most reasonable terms, by the
quart or gallon, received fresh every day.
Hoping to receive a shnre or your patron
age, I shall endeavor to please.
oct2tf
OYSTERS!
ALLEN,
101 East Ninth street.
P IANO AND ORGAN TUNING, Church
Oragnas, Cabinet Organs. Melodoons,
Pianos, nnd all kinds or musical instru
ments tuned nnd repaired; new Bellows and
Reeds made for Cabinet Organs and Mels
(icons; 20 years experience. J. H. Bleyer
410 Orange street. oct6-8m
AMVHKnjEJSTm.
G
a .
EVkiiliJo, OCTOBER ilth,
MONDAY
FinLaffPOUraACHlH Wilmington of
MB. GEORGE RIONOLD,
fti^eihlftent fentlfch 'Actor.kltpported
, , Comblitalfoifc Company from
BOOTH S THEATRE, N, Y.,
ani> _
FORD'S OPERA HOUSE,, BALTIMORE.
Embracing the Popular Comedian
MR. C. B. BISHOP, __
M.:.
Bulwer Lyton's Beautiful Drama, the
hAtoV OF LYONS.
Seats secured at Boughman, Tltomns &
Oo'fl Bkbk Store. oeUi-5t
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I SLOCUM.
GRAND OPERA .HOUSE, WILMINGTON.
FOR ONE NIGIIT ONLY,
Saturday, October nth, 1875.
Col. J. tlOUMBH Gsovek.
Sole Manager.
The Wonderful Frguk Frnyne.Riflc Team
and Dramatic Combination.
FRANK FRAY1
■ ' 1 1 '"('nic*'
iad Shot,' 1, and
WILLJ^UTPLL, of America.)
MIS8 .CLARA BUTLER FRaYNE,
(ThelrSlvorltriVocatistic Actress.)
LITTLE FRANKY; FRAyNE,
(Tito 5 year old actor and •'Dead Sliof'Jr
JAMES W. BtTTLER,
(The Daring Frontiersman nnd talented
Actor.)
FEED. W. KNIGHT,
(The Original "Comanche Fred."
The educated English Mastiff—"JACK,"
And the real Indian Pony—
"HACKBERRY,"
Sopported by a full and efficient
h
DRAMATIC COMPANY.
The Drama of "SI SLOCUM" Is from the
pen of the celebrated author Cllftoh'W.
Tayleure, (Author of East Lynne.)
PRICES 25 and 59 Cents.
A limited number of reserved seats nt
Uougltman & Thomas, 25 cents extra, , ,
oct5-it
C. C. DUGANE, Agent.
LICENSE APPLICATIONS.
N OTICE-I, SARAH SHEARER, in com
pliance with the 'requirements' of the
act of Assembly, in such cases ntnde and
provided, do hereby gave notice that I shad
pply in writing to the Court of General
Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery of
th« state of Delaware, in and for the County
of New Castle, upon Monday, the 15th day
of November, A. D., 1875, being the first day
of the next November term of tlie said.
Court, for a license to keep nn Inn or Tav
ern on Delaware street, in the city of New
Castle, in School District No. 45, New Castle
County and State of Delaware, with tlie
U'lvilege of selling intoxicating liquors In
ess quantities than «*nc quart, to be drunk
on the premises, and the following freehol
ders recoinmcud the said application to wit:
Joel Pedrick
Lucien M Chase
John Platt
James Wilmot
Wm Holschuniakor
John Kelley
SARAH SHEARER.
a
John J Black
A C Gray
Albert (5 Nowlnnd
Ferdinand Leclilcr
Georg* Gray
Thomas Earley
oct6-3t
N OTICE-I, CHARLES CANNON, in com
pliance with the requirements of the
act of Assembly In such cases made and
provided, do hereby give notice that I shall
apply I 11 writing to the Court of General
Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery of
the State of Delaware, in and for the County
of New Castle, upon Monday, the 15th day of
November A. D., 1875, being the first day of
the next November term of the said Court,
for a license to keep an Inn or Tavern in
South Wilmington, Soutli E. Cor. of Heald
and Apple streets, in the Second Ward,
city of Wilmington, New Cnstle County,
and State of Delaware, witli the privilege of
selling intoxicating liquors In less quanti
ties than one quart, to bo drunk on the
premises; nnd tlie following freeholders re
commend the suid application, to-wit:
Daniel Callahan
Richard Booth
Amos Eastburn
Timothy Futty
John Kelly •
John George Hey
his
Hugh x Quinn
mark
It F Townsend,wit
H B Mclnttre
Robert H Taylor
Daniel O'Byrnq
B F Townsend
William L Heal
octi-tf
Michael Kenny
Samuel L Fell
Robert L Pyle
Nicholas Jenny
Joshua Baker,
John P Ernest
David Williams
James Quinn
Robert F
George W Powell
Henry Lentz
James McHugh
John Hammond
Titos R Lully
Gamble
CIIARLE
im
JOTICB-l, WM. L; GILBERT;tii compli
ance with the requirements of the act
of Assembly, in such case made and provid
ed, do hereby give notice that I shall apply
in writing to the Court of (>*ner* 1 Sessions
of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the State
of Delaware, In and for the County of New
Castle, on Monday, the loth day of Novem
ber next, A. D. 187o( being tlie first day of
the next term of said Court, for a lleeuso to
keep an jnn or Tavern at the S. K. corner
of l ront and King streets, called the Penn
sylvania House, in tlie Second Ward of the
olty of Wilmington, county of New Castle,
in the State of Delaware, aud to sell intoxi
cating liquors in less quantities than one
quarttobedrupkpn the premises, nnd the
following freeholders recommend the said
application, to wit:
Charles E Spark*
Michael Kenney
John F Bush
Joshua Baker
James Christy
William H Beeklcy H Kienie
Joseph Stoecklc WC White
Nicholas Jenny Charles Cannon
Win H Thompson James Quinn
Richard Booth ■ Daniel O'Byrne
J G Hirzel Michael Kane
M Alsbet'g Charles Waly
Samuel W Schultz George M Eneas
octti-st WILLIAM L. GILBERT.
NNON.
Is
Anthony Seitler
Daniel Callahan
John McCaflery
Theodore Schmitt
Andrew Grotz
N OT wi? 7J' j,A ' BOERS, In compliance
with the requirements of the act of
Assembly in sueli eases made and provided
do hereby gi ve notice that I shall apply in'
writing to the Court of Oenerul Sessions of
the I eace and Jail Delivery of the Stnte of
Delaware, in tend for the Countv of New
Castie, upon Monday, the 15th day or No
v-ember, A. D., 187./, Itelng the first dav of
the next November term of the said Court,
v,. ie ei i 1Ke . to k® p P' in t" n or Tavern at
7 f Si street, in the Sixth Ward,city of
2^» ton - Ne w Castlo County, nnd
l D i eltt .'f' 1 ' rp f. wlth the privilege of sel 1 -
thSn eno ,Cat 1 '9 U0 . r * ln lc(i s quantities
than one quart, to be drunk on the premi
ses; and the following freeholders recom
mend the said application, to-wit:
•J: l( ' ob , , L r T nar , William Schneider
Henry Schneider Frederick Waltl
'{ 0 {] n W° r lb Manslll Carherrv
•fo i Dogherty William B Bityiig
W 111am Doran John McBride
Peter Itoss CJ ' wr?i? a8 iS , te "' art '
mnTe&ln* bis x fe^ss
fsw 8 * s 2 s&~
William Janies Forrest 1 orregt
octj-tf
J. A.BORE8.
2LH
VJ OTICE—I,—MARGARET Bn^
provided/ <te J}f ,e *Vi8iv* tiotie'e tl n?'!' i ln
th ^« t ^L£ 8l iKSlli e J n . n . nd foptliefen!
!(
of
of the next'November'tern?'of J!" 1 ^
Uourt for a license to keen an Inn
ern At No. 14 Maryland A VO nu n ! 1T «'
Tenth Ward, city of WllmlnetJ 11 U
Catjtle County, nnd State of
the privilege of selling intoxffiin'
less quantities tlinn one mi h 'i 1111
drunk on the premises; and the
freehdldci's recommend the said nl,''!,"
tion, to wit: lu "PPlie
Hi
ill
Philip Pfunkctt, , Miles Bnrke
Fergus Kelly, William Wtilst,
Bernard McKenny, Andrew Cuiiii
HCmi' lhisey, hi: ■ 'Mark Atnm '
Thomas Ames, .Tnines-Mcntiltv
Martin McDonogh, Thomas Alclk,',.,..,
John Rtiinke, Ledrts A. r.vVu- 8h '
It. C. Show, Patfipk Cahill '
l'.ernnrd Fltnn, Samuel lloilev
I Thomas Cahill, , Mfohiiel Mnlon'm
I William Dorsey, John Guthrie "
Robert Cassidy, Patrick
octo-tf MARGARET BVlg
•VTOTICK-I. JOHN KKEOANThi ..
J. 1 . ance with the requirement,,f 1,1
of Assembly In such eases made iu„t 11
(led, do hereby give notice that I
iu writ ing to.th? Coartof<lenemlKc"«i2 l
the Peace and Jail Delivery.of u„, g, "
Delaware, iu and for tno County 0 f v
next November term or the said ('»
a license to Jtflep au Jnn or Tavet-n ar',!
Rlfditg Sun Hotel In the City of l
New Castle Comity and State of Ltcl'iS
wijli the privlltjgft,of selling Intoxic
liqltors In less quantities than onequarl
be drunk on the prenilses, atid tin' full,,
itig freeholders rfhortimend the sitidatqdj,
C B Weggenmnnn,
#tlt
Giles Lamhson
John Kelly, ,1 . ,i. James Wlltnot
JamesOntll, .-wan Herbert
Robert Murray, > 'Ferdinand I.t-Vk^cr
Thomas,Fatly, JlioJ Black 1
>V HolMittmakcr, ACGrav,
Rouldin, George ilewiett.
■ ■ ''" i: oc3 3t
N otici.- i. hugii McGovern', i„„ )I0
plianee with the Fcqulreinelils of n
ofthe act of Assembly in such oases luaj
and provided, do hereby give hottoe that
slnilf apply in writing to tlie Court of (ten
eral Sessions ofthe Peace and Jail Deliver
of the State of Pelnwah*, In ami r,, r tj, 1
County, of Newcastle, Upon Momluv n
15th diiy of November, A. D., 1875, boinen
tirstday ofthe next Novemlu r term urn,
said Court; for a license to keep an Inn 0
Tavern known as the preen '1 roc Hotel a
the city of New 1 Castle School District
45, New Castle Hundred, New Castle count]
State of Delaware with the privilege of sell
lug intoxicating liquors lit less'qiiiitiliil,
than one quart, to be drunk on tlie , a nn-g
nnd the following freeholders recuimnca]
the said application, to-w It:
ACGrav
James Wlltnot,
John J Black,
John Keegan,
His .
Patrick X Flncgan,
Mark
John Connelly,wit
C. it. Weggenniain,
sept27-3t
Robert Murray,
John Carlin,
George Gray,
Giles Lamlisnn,
John Camtihei!,
His
John X Weldon
Mark.
J. Fagan,wit
VTOTICE-I, JOHN HARTMAN, in cm
lV plianee with the requirements of tb
act of Assembly In such eases made nn
provided, do hereby give notice that I shtil
apply in writiD
Sessions of tlie
tlie Ktateof Delaware, in and for tin* Count
of New Castle, upon Monday, the loth dayo
November, A. D., 1875, being tlie first day(
tlie next November term of tlie said font
for a license to keep an Inn or Tavern j
the northwest corner of Lovering aventt
and Riddle's Rond, in the Seventh Wait
city of Wilmington, New Castle County,an
State of Delaware, witli tlie privilege ofscll
ing intoxicating liquors in less <tuantitll
than one quart, to be drunk on the pren
ses, and the following freeholders raw
mend the said application, to-wit:
William Barry, B Frltsch,
Andrew Stewart, E. H. Runtford,
Hamilton Stewart, Jos. Flanagan,
Thomas J.jllowen, John Donohue,
Ezekiel Wecker, A. Fendler,
(.'has. S. Welde, John VVter,
William Hamilton, Adrien Hagues
Wm. C. Foord, Roger Donohue,
Philip P. Tyre, Charles Dougherty,
Louis Bartholomew, James Mat iganin y,
H. Ahrens, Michael Collins,
Samuel B. Bayles, M. L. Lichtenstein,
Wm. J. Bullock, B. F. Perkins,
Fredrick Schmid,
oct'-'-tf JOHN HARTMAN,
g to the Court of Genet
Pence and Jail Delivery
VTOTICE-I, BERNARD BONNKR i
1* compliance with the requlreiiMisi
the act of Assembly in such cases ttiaitw
provided,do hereby glveHoticu that I®
apply In writing to (IteGourt pfOeitcml^
skills of the Peace and Jail Delivery of a
State of Delaware, in and for thc County
New Castle, upon Monday, the Mill tiny
November, A. I)., 1875, being the first
the next Noveiriberterm of the sniilCoui
for a license to keep an In n or Tavern 1
the southwest corner of Fifth anil 9l ir |"
streets, being 640 East Fifth street, In n
Fourth Ward, city of Wilmington, >t
Castle Cou'. ty aril State of Delaware, »
the privilege of selling intoxicating HOT
In less quantities ttuiui one quin t, to I
drunk on the premises, and the fullo«' r
freeholders recommend the said iippHeaLi
to-wit:
Robt. Carswell,
Asher B. Logan,
James C. Bartley,
Henderson Scott,
Francis McMonagle, Frtlncls Kelly,,
W. P.Karr, JMift flutlOldc,
Bernard Donahoc, . Win. Robhe-m'.
Henry E. Albert,
Jas, A. Hurt,
Daniel Regan,
George H. F ( ! x '., mr
Alexander It. '" ,J
John Morrow;
BERNARD BONN®'
John T. Barnes,
Joint McGoitigal,
Patrick Houston,
Thomas Mitrtha,
T. B. Kelly,
John II. Rlgney,
Alexander J. Hart,
Thomas B. Eaton,
JamcR McCoy,
John Flanagun,
oct2-tf
\70TICE—I, ANDREW WILHKI*;
i> compliance with the loquiremenw'
tlie act of Assembly In such cases iimmj* ,
provided; do hereby give notice t»
shall npply In writing to tlie Court' ;
ernl Sessions ofthe I'eaco and Jail I* a . 1 ,
of the State of Delaware, In awl
County pf New Castle, upon Moiidny.ra ( ^
K "1ffllies''
III IN U W UllMIL, lljMtll ivi«Mi * | , jl
day of November, A. D.. 1875, being; JJJJJ
day of the next November term ,
Gourt, for a license to keep an Inno'*!!-,,
at No. 411 Shipley street, in the Ihl ™. w
city of Wilmington, New Castle (.oujjjj.,
Stntfe of Delaware, witli the P ri ' Lit!
selling Intoxicating liquors In less 1" (()
ties than one qimrt, to he drunk®''
premises, and tlie following freeboW;
oinmend tlie said application, to-" lu
Charles Schmith, 1'. B. Foniian.
A. Hlcta, Samuel Cu|b' rl '
P. Iaimhert, James ClarKE
Nathan Ltclicrman, Conrad Kcueri
I.eontird Hanuinn, Henry Grebe,
Herman Lange, George Flo'
William Relchinann, Robert Tnylott
Mielinol Megary, John Badetj
K. .1. McManus, Ttiomas J.,, r V,nucie
Joltn ltrady, Christian Witt' 11
Jacob Hamtnel, Joltn Moretn,
E. L. Rice, P. Monnghitn. . j|,
septKl-diwI ANDREW " ILH^
QOAL HODS! COAL HODS!!
ASH RIDDLES! ASH
[tlDlJ-®
WOOD SAWS! WOOD SAWS!
A large variety, for sale cheap, 1 ' 1
ABR0'
Hard"' 1110
204 Market Strec''
JAMES
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