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BY WINDER LEWIS.
Turk and dreary are his plofidtngs, dull
uud weary are his hoars;
1 one and dismal are hU shadings, plotted
'nealli some tinsel bowers
2'.at but lures his weakene'd soul, rreys
upon his Mring life,
) ds hts dream unveil a sunshine cursed
by every wantou strife;
rfVd to him Hope mocks to-morrow,
doubts its beauteous azure sky,
l.nrttires up somo bitter anguish, prays
the iauely victim die.
t see how golden were his locks, once how
bright Ulscheerless eye;
e l.ow brilliant were his words; now
they court a mournful sigh,
2 hat but names the broken heart, speeds
the arrow ou to death,
I ,...<on'd by a glided hell—aye, it floats
upon his breath—
•(July one penny, If you please;
hunger to appease!"
7nus he pleads to every stranger, falling
humbly on his knees.
A'unis are blowing cold and fast; frosts ol
winter chill the night;
3 very courtier makes his haven; every
den has dimmed its light
► .ettiebeacon by theway.save theengle
an l the shade,
■y hcrediis outcast and the bottle meet to
meet to share the spoils of raid,
ad the world from quiet slumber ne'er
wakes to hear the cry,
the fiend has conquer'd alt-'Let
tl.elonely victim die!"
t
tis m;
V hen
3 irkrest deep overtakes the scene, hideous
night unmasks Its form;
1 cry step is falling heavy, wades the out
cast through the storm
'ThatdoM chain hU timid soul, send him
reeling to the ground;
ro In snow and ice to iie till the guards
man make his round.
And to him life is a dream, false in all that
tears his name,
1 left from every honest heart that does
spurn bis daily claim.
q
— Baltimorean.
OUB MIS1ATVBE eOSTBB.
t and crumb cloths, elegant
and see at McBride's, 728
drmrgc
s. Call
Z'.rrket street.
in the journey of this world the man who
rs right is uoi apt to get left.
Physicians recommend Dr. Bull's Cough
( ■ rup when all other medicines fail, as a
• -.'.tin cure for Bronchitis.Sore Throat,aud
(. rtighs or Colds of long standing. For sale
1 . ail druggists.
vakl a New York dry goods dealer:—"01
lose money on every piece of
t rose goods; but, my dear madam, we sell
t th enormous quantities of them. 3\ill
lm political economists explain '
'• He eelle shoes lower, cheaper, than any
1 cdy else in the citv." " Who is he V
' Why Daniel McCusker, 216 West 2d ft.,
t. be sure."
A good hotel at night is like a railroad
1 r . -full of sleepers.
Felt
ns
!
«- urse we
; o to O'Connor's new establishment. No.
! : .t3t 3rd street, over Dubcll's hat store.
-ells a stvlish aud good fitting garmeut
y from 10 to 12 per cent, cheaper than
» > other tailor.
John Henry, said his wife with stony
■, " 1 "saw you coming out of a
Viis afternoon."
obdurate John, " you wouldn't
i ■■ 'rtty
-' Well madam."
i on
i i lied t!v
1 ' » me stay in there, would you 1"
r Clayton Vasscy, No. 404 Kiug street,
> t a id in a lo. oi ladles' gold watches,
f' i jewelry, gold and silver lead pencils
.*; 'i everything in that line, suitable fo:
t ' . istmas presents.
Mrs. Partington wants to ;knew why the
r ; fain of a vessel can't keep a memorau
i n of the weight of bis anchor, instead ol
v • ghing it every time it leaves port.
heap! extravagantly cheap !! All shapes
c 1 sizes of ladies' ielt hats at 30 aud 40
c . for sale at 121 Shipley street.
' he fellow who lectured on Butter, doubt
1. . thought he was making a "spread"
U 410 King street, can be found the
) .st stvles of well made furniture, which
S .elling very cheap. Th' above is the old
*■.• and most reliable establishment in the
t e and is kept by J. & J. X. Harman.
A Tittsburg man has all the doors in his
'.se opening outwards, so as to be pre
ed for either a family row cr a fire.
Moreland's store is on the corner of 4th
t '. Poplar Sts. He has on hands large
r k cf shoes, which are selling low
Aeason is a historian, but the passions are
1 -76.
The cheapest shoe store in the city is at
b, -.nth and Poplar. M. Danahc-c.
A Minnesota farmer says: "We raise
! hundred bushels of potatoes to the acre
which wouid be a big thing, if we
also raise bags enough'to cat 'em all
f. !)'
»
I ot prices a; Fennessey's shoe empor
b 'i. 221 Market street White kid slippers
6 peclalty
j. 2 pair of shoes.
I can t. Abijah." she answtred. when he
i - rcil to escort her to the piano. "Can't
, ,de me '" he exclaimed indignantly . "the
«' G yon can't." and the next moment his
( ai tails vanished through the door
'chn Green. Cbl West Second St . ts sell
1 . boots and shoes at a great reduction.
3eds renovated at Adair's. 4th and Kuu
A most useful holiday \ reseu
\t Rawlings. TV. T.. a fe'tlcw standing on
depot platform of the Union Pacific
1 'mad accidentally shot oil his rifle The
1 i went through a weather-board, through
a ' in's coat tall and between an invalid
1. I and her little daughter. Amid the
s rsstion the fellow looked at the weatlur
i rd and said, "It's a d—d smooth hole. "
f-ir a pair of while kid slippers for balls
r parties, go to Fennessey's, 221 Market
i • et.
r
T he Marquis of Bute has planted
|L..;>e vinrs on his Cardiff estate, ;o -ee ii
g d wints c innci 11 made in Wales,
\ iool in a high position i- like a mar.
oi he tow of a high mountain—ivery.
tt " g appears sm.ill t ■ him and he 'pin..!
■ta-si to eier^loiiy.
,M>(
DEATHS.
ROBINSON.-Iu Philadelphia, December
7th. Samuel Wbilldtn Robinson, In the
Kith year of his age._
MARRIAGES.
pkNORMANDIE—PIPER.— On Wednes
clav, Dec. 1st, at the residence ofN. H.
Clement, Esq., Brooalyn, N. Y„ (the brides
l>rother-in-law)by Rev. John \V. Chadwick,
Thos. A'. deNormandle. of Wilmington,
Delaware, to Mina Pirer, of Brooklyn,
N.Y. __
STATK5IENTS.
STATEMENT SHOWING JHK VALUE
O OF THE PKOPERTY BELONGING
TO THE BOARD OF PUBUC EDUCA
TION. REAL AND PERSONAL, AS
APPRAISED BY MESSRS. JAMES
BRADFORD, JOSHUA T. HE ILD
AND MAULON M. CHILD. IN CON
NECTION WITH THE COMMITTEE
No of School. Where situated, Amount
No 1. French St. above
Filth,
Personal property
consisting or fur
niture, apparatus,
books, Ac.
No 2. 11th and Washing
ton Sts.,
Personal property.
Furniture, books,<xc.
535,000 00
4.902 SO 839,982 50
20,000 00
011 50 20,911 50
No. 8 Jefforson St. below
Third,
Personal property,
books, nirnl
do..
No 4 Washington
below Third.
Personal property,
books, furniture,
4e.,
513.000 00
ture,
65 00 1S.S85 00
St..
10,099 00
1,648 50 19,848 50
No 6. Walnut St., above
Third,
Personal property,
books, furniture,etc
No T. Fifth and Pine Sts,518,OKI 00
Personal properly,
books, furniture,etc
No 8. 7th and Spruce Sts., 15,000 00
Personal property,
books, furniture,etc 767 00 15,787 00
No 10 Adams and Eltn
Streets,
Personal property,
nooks, lurnilure.ete 961 00 13,961 00
No 11 Olh and duPont sts. 12,000 00
Personal property,
books, furniture,etc
No 12. Brandywine Vil
lage,
Personal property,
books, furniture,etc
No 13 Lord and Pine Sts.,
mot owned by the
Board,I
Personal property,
books, furuiture.etc
No 11. Claytnont
Lobdell Sts.,
Personal property,
books, furnlture.etc
No 15. 3rd and Harrison
streets,
Personal property,
books, furniture,etc 1,683 00 21,883 00
No 16. Orange near 12th
tnmuwneu uy board)
Personal property,
books, furniture, etc.,
No. 17. Over Eleven'll bt..
hridge, (not owned
by Board.I
Personal property,
books, furniture, etc,.
Three story brick build
ing, with frame front
situated on 2nd near
Washington street.
New lot on Walnut St.,
between 12th and 13th
Streats,
Other personal property,
consisting of furniture,
books, etc., in high
schools.
Furniture, etc.. In Board
Boom,
18,000 00
82(1 32 18,620 32
713 00 18,713 00
13,000 00
725 50 12,725 50
12,000 00
940 50 12,910 5"
451 00
and
13,000 00
773 50 13,773 50
20,OK' 00
j
,
I
150 00
92 00
3.000 00
1,-00 00
87 50
•370
-
457 7
8228,475 00
21,694 95
--
825(1,170 52
|
27.000 00
Cash on hand Nov 72. 75
Deduct amt. mortgages
against property,
*223,170 52
James Woolley, i
vv. J. Morrow, i
Chas. Baiki>,
com.
IVM. H. CLOWARD, See'y and Treas.
Wilmington, Del.. Nov. 72nd 1.-75.
HOLIDAY GOODS.
Holiday Goods!
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A>' EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT
-OF
BRONZES,
FRENCH CLOCKS,
JEWELRY,
SILVERWARE,
-AND
FINE OIL PAINTINGS,
—AT—
i
C. F. RUDOLPH'S
I
i
231 MARKET ST.
i
New Caatte county,
fS-BI'.AJA'IIN 8IORKIN.-S*
' Subject to the decision of the j rn o< ratio
Fwly. M ViA-U
J10R8HERIFF
OK
amusements.
PERA HOUSE.
0
(WILMINGTON.)
MONDAY EVENING, December 13,1875.
THEODORE THOMAS'
GRAND CONCERT.
—BY—
SIXTY DISTINGUISHED ARTISTS.
Only Appearance of
THE CELEBRATED CONTRALTO,
Min e ANTOINETTE STERLING,
WITH THB
UNRIVALLED ORCHESTRA
AND OTHER EMINENT SOLOISTS.
PROGRAMME.
OVERTURE, Consecration of
the house, op. 121, - BeetiiovbN
PRELUDE, | Adapted for Orchestra
CHORAL, by J. J. Albert, Bach
FUGUE,
ARIA. "Quando Mlro,"
Mmc. ANTOINETTE STERLING.
INTRODUCTION,
NUPTIAL CHORUS,
MARCH TEMPO,
• Mozakt
3d act Lohen
grin, - Wagner
INTERMISSION.
RHAPSODIE HONGROISE,
No. 14,
CHORUS of Happy Spir
its In Elysium.
DANCE of Furies,
Flute Obligato by MR. CARL WEHNER.
SONG, 'When theTldv Comes in,' Barnby
M me. ANTIONETTE STERLING.
Schubert
Liszt
Orpheus, Gluck
SERENADE,
Adapted for the Orchestra by Theo.Theraas
OVERTURE, Zaurpa,
Harold
NOTICE.—This Is the only organization
which when travelling give their Concert*
with the same number of artists, and In
the same style of perfection as An New
York, Boston. Philadelphia, 4e. Doors
open at 7 15- To commence at 8 o'clock.
Stein way 4 Sons' celebrated pianos are
used at all the Thomas Concerts.
dec6-7t
CONCERT
OF SACKED MUSIC
WILL BE GIVEN IN GRACE CHURCH,
Under the direction of C. B. Rhoads, assis
ted by some of the best musical talent In
the city.
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, Dec. 8, 75
at 7.15.
The following Is Ihe Programme :
Organ Solo—Junjumann*E. II. Muhlha -
sen.
Chorus—Grace Choir.
Ave Verum, NUlard. Miss Lizzie B.
''I Will Arise," V. Gabriel. Mr. H. F.
Pickles.
"Soltlv Now the Light of Day." Abbett.
Mrs. Wales and Mrs. Stoue, Messrs. W.
W. Lobdell and George W. Stone.
"I Know That my Redeemer Liveth,"
Handel. Miss Alice A. Evans.
•'Grand Old Ocean," Millard. Mr. Chas.
F. Williams.
PART SECOND.
Organ Solo. Wagner. Mr. E. J. Muhlhau
sen.
"Heaven and Thee," Gugllelmo, Mrs. S.
A. Meealllster.
"Father I Bend to Thee," Himmel, Mr.
H F: Pickels.
"Rest in the Lord," Millard. Mrs. Wale6.
and Mrs. Stone, Messrs. Lobdell and Slone.
"What Makes the Spring," Abt. Miss
Evans and Mr. Williams.
"Farewell," Graham. Mis6 Lizzie B..
Keene.
"Good-night," Gelbel. Misses Irene Haw
kens and Ida Carswell.
Concert to commence at 7.45 o'clock.
ADMISSION
To be obtainedd of R. R. Robinson and W
if. hillnnv.
dec7
23 cts
O'"'
EAN TO OCEAN.
along the route, Yosemitc Valiev, Big
Trees, Mining Geysers, Chinese Quarters.
California staging. Lakes Donner and
Tahoe. An ILLUSTRATED LECTi RE at
the ijFERA HOUSE, under the auspices of
the
DEL. INSTITUTE OF MECHANIC ARTS.
U. P. ■(' C. P. RAILROADS SCENERY
THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 16.
by Prof. J. K. Taylor, who a companied the
N. Y. Editorial excursion 'o California, etc.
the past summer.
Many of the views were taken expressly
FOR THIS LECTURE.
they will be illuminated by the Oxy-Hy-!
drogen Light, and developed bv one of the
Double sjtereopticons in use. *
ADMISSION..
No extra charge for reserved scats.
Tickets for sate at Bouahmnr.. Thomas A
Co s, James A Webb's, Jas. Bradford s, E.
Bringhurst A Co s. H. Brlnghurst s, Smith
A Painter s. Robelen's. Mrs. Bancroft's ;E.
Molnall's and deNormandie s.
Tickets exchanged for reserved seats on
and after Monday. Dec. 1.3th. at 9 o'clock,
at Boughman, Thomas A Co's.
35 cts.
dec-5
Q.RAND OPERA HOUSE.
ALEX. CALHOrS,
J. J. Sri.LIVAN,
Manager.
- Director.
Two Evenings,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DEC. luandll.
GRAND MATINEE,
SATURDAY'AFTERNOON at 2'$ o'clock.
The Peerless Commedienne and Vocalist,
HISS
KATIE PUTNAM
And her Unrivaled Company,
FRIDAY EVENING AND SATURDAY
AFTERNOON.
In which characters she is acknowledged
without a rival on this Continent.
SATURDAY' EVENING,
The Beautiful Military Operatic Drama, the
. -
Dauglllf i OI llie Regiment,
Charles Dickens' Sublime- Creation.
The Old Curiosity Shop !
KATIE
Little Nell, with song*.
The Marchioness.
w iih songs and dances,
PUTNAM.
I'rldi the Glorious 21st.
Josephine, wit.i songs. KATIE PUTNAM.
To conclude with the Amusing Comedietta.
To,,-* , i, .- , T ,r pi-tv 1 vc
Lau.a. with songs. KATIE PITNAM.
Full particulars in programmes.
Matinee—Children. 25 cents, Adults, 35
and 50 cents.
ments can be secured at Boughman A
Thomas', commencing Wednesday morn
is g, w ithout extra charge. deo4-4t
The Little Rebel!
ADMISSION,
33. 30 Bad 73 CIS.
-i
R IDGE'S FOOD IS THF. ORIGINAL
IDGE'S FOOD IS THE ORIGINAL
hCooked) food of its kind. It does not cause
acidity nnd wind. Guarantee,! purity; re
mains unchanged. Is put np in sizes to
anlt alL Sold by lUugglsts everywhere,
d«cl-f
FAIRS.
JUR8T GRAND FAIR
—OF THE—
AMERICAN RIFLES
AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Commencing NOVEMBER 24TH, 1675.
49-Several new Features will be Intro
duced. Valuable PRESENTS to be given
away each evening.
Admission,
nov. 23-1 dec 8d
10 CIS.
Jj»AlR.
TO BE HELD BY
THE TAYLOR MISSION BAND
-AT THE
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS,
DECEMBER 9th & 10th, 1875.
- 10 cts.
15 "
dec9 2t
SINGLE TICKETS,
SEASON
PERIODICALS
pLEASE NOTICE
THAT YOU WILL FIND
Books, Magazines, Newspapers,
Blank Books, Writing Paper,
Fancy Papers, Envelopes, Initial Papers,
Slate Pencils, Lead Pencils, Steel Pens,
School slates. Mucilage, Ink, Penholders,
Dominos, Checkets and Boards,
Back Gammon Boards,
Dice and Dice Cups, Lotto (tames.
Base Balls, Croquet, Pocket Knives,
Wallets, Stationers Hardware,
Drawing Materials,
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF STATION
ERY,
AT E. S. R. BUTLER'S
No. 41M> Market Street.
Aug.Z7tf.t
THE HOUSEKEEPER,
A Journal of Domestic Economy,Published
By CHARLES F. WINGATE
No. 52 John Street,
New York.
Sept. 18-tf
ENTENNIAL NEWS OFFICE ami
Stationery Store, 607 Market stre-t
Daily and weekly papers, magazines.
Blank Books
Memorandum Boobs,
Packet Books.
Albums,
Pens and Ink,
and all kinds of stationery. Weekly pa
pers and magazines to subscribers at pub
lishers prices. oct28-tf
c
Slates,
FINE ART MAGAZINE FOR THE
YOUNG.
A
ST. NICHOLAS For 1S76 !
After two years'of prosperity, unexam
pled In the annals of Juvenile literature,
iljring which St. Nicholas has consoli
dated with itself all its strongest competi
tors, the publishers find themselves In a po
sition to promise that the Third Volume.
beginning w1th the number for November,;
1S7.5, in its usual attractions for Girls and
Foys. surpass even the preceding volume,:
in addition to eontributous from
THE FIRST WRITERS OF AMERICA,
There will be Stories, Poems, and SUetoties
by some of the Most Prominent English |
Authors. Arrangements have been made
for a very interesting scries of papers ou
WINDSOR CASTLE,
By Mrs. oliphant,
Treating of Its History and the Child-Life
of successive Royal Generations.
CRHISTIXA G. ROSSETTI
Will contribute for the new volume.
LOUISA M. AL'"OTT
...... . .. ll>r . . ..
2 ^ Marione s Birthday Gifts, and
other short stones.
Some articles on Astronomy for Y'oung
People have been promised by the popular
English Astronomer,
RICHARD TROCTOR.
There will bo a continued story of Life in
Iceland, by
i
BAYARD TAYLOR.
In the November Number, the opening of
the new volume, will begin an
AMERICAN SERIAL STORY.
"IHE BOY EMIGRAST9,"
By Noah Brooks,
Giving the adventures of a party of boys In
The California Gold Mims, lu ihe carls' days
of Ute gold fever.
J. T. TROWBRIDGE.
Author of the "Jack Hazard" stories, will
contribute some highly interesting sketch
es ol adventure at "Bass Cove."
"TALKS AVITH GIRLS,"
By leading authors, will be a prominent
featnre of the new volume. Especial atten
tion will also be given to
INCIDENTS OF AMERICAN HISTORY,
With spirited pictorial Illustrations,
The various departments, "Jnek-in-the
Pulpit,'* "The Rindie-Box," and "Lettcr
Box," and tae "Pages for Very Little
Folks ' are to be more attractive Ilian ever.
The Fren-h, Latin and German stories,
for translation, w hich have proved so pop
ular, will be frequent iu the new volume,
Some of the finest works of the greatest
painters of the century have been engraved
expressly for st. Nicholas, and the first
artists of the day w ill contribute fl esh aud
original drawings for the Fine Art Magn.
zlne fur , ,h<? Ytou:.g. Definite annouuce
mentaof many interesting and novel fea
tures will be made in the December num
her. -tst, Nicholas will couiinue under the
successful editorship ol
MARY MAPES DODGE,
And no efforts will be spared by • Jitor and
publishers to maintain and tn-rease the
attrac lions and value of the magazine
subscription Price. S3.ft> » vear; Single
Numbers. 25 cents: Round Volume-, 44.09
eacn.
These volumes begin with November,
The two new ready for 1874 and 1ST* are ele
gantly bound In red and gold, and form the
handsomest gif books P r children ever l»
;
sued. We will send i.ic mag.-zlue one ;
year, b-gluning November, 1>75, and either i
of the volumes bound as above, post paid,
fort7.90: or, a subscription one year,anil
the two volumes, for flO.ue. All newsdfhl
eraand booksellers will receive subscrip
tiona and supply rolumej n» the abeve
irate*. tH'RIHXIiB ACO.,
744 and 7» #. I.
*
CIOTHISG.
gPECIAL NOTICE
NATHAN LIE BERMAN'S
' CLOTHING HOUSE,
AT B. E. COR. FIi-TH ANtt MABKBFTSw ,
isjoweratocked with
OVERCOATS AND StIITS I
!
FOR
MEN AND BOYS.
This la the statement of our case. Antici
pating an unusually brisk trade this sea
son we have made arrangements and nun
ufactured over 3,000 overooata which Is
more than 6 times as many manufactured
by any other olathing Itbuse to this city,
and therefore we have
THIS DAY, SATUBH4Y, DEC. 4, 1875,
OVER 1700 OVERCOATS
In our house and wa thus commence a
GREAT CLEANING SALE
Of Overcoats and Suit s and make a clean
sweep of all this clothing,
and others with a SMALL
THE FOLLOWING J is A LIST OF OUR
PRESENT PRICES:
MEN'S OVERCOATS,
lorinc.rly sold at J 5.00 now $ 3,76
7 00 • 5 00
»50 "
, some at COST
PROFIT.
M
7 60
10
8 00
12
950
13
10 00
on
14
1125
44 60 "
1175
15
1200
18
14 50
20
15 00
22
10 25
25
19 75
28
2100
26 00
BOYS' O VERCOATS,
formerly sold at t 4 50 now J 3 60
" " 8
5 00
7 50
8 Oil
8 50
700
» .VI
10
kJ
of
IS
" 10 nij
" 12 lie
" 16 00
15
18
We havtf immense largo lots of Children's
Overcoats Vltli or without capes, the pri
ces ranging At'om $3 SO to 913 OO. Suits
lor Men, Yogi the', Boys' and Children in
proportion. iRemember the sale will com
mence Saturday, Dec. 4th, 1875. The store
will be open *early and cluee late ; about
ten salesmen .will be In attendance, prompt
and polite attention will be given to fail
no customer anall go unaupplkdif any rea
sonable deduction will induce him to buy.
That you may never have another dm nee
as our necessity Is your opportunity.
Signed Uuarantix given with every Rale
returned If the goods are not eat
r
for
not
auu
the
The
call
and
an
they
Wh
fb
fully
as
ness.
tls
pose
of
ami cash
lsfactory.
XATHAX UCBERJtKAA'g
GREAT POPULAR CLOTHING HOUB*.
•S. E. Corner Fifth ahu JLahkki .S t ithEf*.
Wilmington, Delaware.
SELLING OFF
Below Cost!
All
for
TO CLOSE BUSINESS.
The entire STOCK OF READY'-MADE
Men's Youth's and Boy's
south
CLOTHING!
Citj
or
they
of
said
said
the
goods
such
said
costs,
or
such
or
sold
upon
pent
made
1
To be 60 i d Regardless of Cost, at
De WOlf's,
308 Market Street, 308
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
oct19 ly
M IXES dc LIQUORS.
I N STORE THE FOLLOWING
WHISKIES:
Hannlsville Pure Rve, 1873.
A. OverhoJt A Co.'s i v ure Kyt, 1873-72*73.
Hyatt A Clark's (Sherwood i Pure Rvib'Wc
W. A W. iIXL) Rye and Malt. Is89.
Having stored the above Wliiulalos priOj
to the increase of tax, they witl be solo
without any advanoe In price.
FRANCIS KELLY,
No. 103 Market St.
N
aug 23- tf
for
and
Jound
•>r
after
ind
to
If
reside
shall
and
• 'rty
UR SELECTIONS
0
or
OLD RYE WHISKIES
ARE UNSURPASSED.
We have In stock:
MOORE'S 1966, 1868.
SHERWOOD, 1868, 1884,
DOUGHERTY, 1869,
HANNI8VILLK, IO
JOHNSON A SON, (BOUBBON) 1868.
Champagnes, Sherries and Port at
duced prices.
P. PLUNKETT A CO.,
106 Market Bfreet,
aug28-tf-t
join f. im,
GAUL'S BREWERY,)
PORTER, ALE.
BROWN STOUT,
BREWER AND DEALER IN
BARLEY, MALT and UOPS,
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WANTS.
W ANTED.—A young nrnn ,, ,T
At
^ ANTED.
A FARM OF ABOUT
1 <0 acres,
Cl'OX
WITH A DWELLING
The vicinity of this clt
If.
!.«■ paid promptly Ifthe price ' r
Address. W. HARDCA8TLEi
dec8-tf 019 Waitin', c
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ttOR RENT.-The r 0 „„
Apply n to farm ' Contalnl:i ^ b ^u
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t1e C ^°o m n mUtee f ° r
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FOR SALK.
V
OR SALE.—Lot of K'oe r*l,l#.r i —
make room fur oyster's, n rOv
_ outers*
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NOTH LS.
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N OTICE.—The annual meet lug flf .
„ Mary's Beneficial Socieiy „'ni £ e .
on Wednesday evening Lee 0t li(
past seven o'clock. A full" Iitie a, at tu
revested.
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N OTICE.-I hereby warn «,
against negot atiuga n 0 ir
payable to the order ot'J, w ?'-'F
daied December 1st, at lour momiis i
have not received value ti.ercior 1 ' a *
Wilmington, iia,' 1 ^ 1 Rl '
pe:son
(13-6t
a.
special NOTICE to l
kJ PAYERS.—Tim under*'
of County Taxes having gni"
months ago that the taxes v
payuble nt that date, and wh
than one-twentieth of tue tax
paid any attention to sari notice ui'JiiZ 1
tors for their own protection will' be oft
»«B?fa5SS , SIR?!i i aS^
swwr *•** "*
'JI-yty T 4
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due
not taci
f :l
JOS. L. CARP
. GIVEN,
'-"EP., Je. ;
f '*ilectors.
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r |'AX PAYERS TAKE NOTICE I
The inderslgned receivers of City
School Taxes for the city of Wllmin-toV
for 1875, give notice to lirsous "rto C
not paid their City and School l ax tu-'n
auu lraVe had their bills i resented «
toey are required by law te cui! and 'settle
the same in o days from doliwrv c
The teoelvers request all hi,
call at their office No. In East 8
and settle without delay ; they L..
an bonds to the city, the money
them and they are responsible for n an( j
they hope those that can pav will he nriima
Wh He. perhaps, some that "cannot pay g
(Jbce, will call andmakesomeatrnt]t'tnjeii!i
fb nay when they can. and wa most resijwi.
fully ask you to give this your attends# *
as to avoid trouble, costs, or unpltasml.
ness. The city needs money and renatii
tls to collect It or pay it, and what wc : pro.
pose to do is to collect and pav i'.
The receiversalso g'
of lots In the 2d, 3d, 51
:1
;
Otis »
txth street,
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iy
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ve notice ;
...., —,„th; 7th, stl.,
wards that they cannot find trie
. auumbrr
inn ami ;i,
.. - o.iuerud
All such peraons owning raid lets will
please call and settle or » e will
for taxes aud costs.
Ofllce No. 10 East Sixth stroc-t, betvesi
Market and King. Hours from 7 ro b o'clook
every evening, and on market mornings.
EDMU.sD PKOVOBT,
Receiver Northern District ilncludlug ail
north of Sixth street.)
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EDWARD FARMAR,
Receiver Southern District ilndaillng all
south of Sixth street.)
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J^OTICE TO DEUNtiUENTS.
Acditok's Orra
8>C East Sixth Star.or,
Wilmington Delawake.
Notice Is hereby given, by direction of the
Finance Committee, that all Gills dar the
Citj- on January 1st, 1875. must be paid on
or betas* the first day of Nov
they will be placed in the hat. of the So
licitor for collection, by virtue of section Ti
of the City Charter, which Is as lollaws:
"If the amount of said biil be uot laid
within 6o days alter such presentation
thereof, it shaft be the dot. of the Mayor of
said city to issue a warrant directed to the
said City Auditor, commanding ltlmtoitvy
the same with all costs thereon, upon the
goods and chattels of such o« uer, and l< no
such goods aud chattels can be found within
said city sufficient to satisfy said debt and
costs, then to levy the same ou thegroinoi
or buildings of such owner fruntiiip' ttpon
such s'reef as afoirsirid, which sitid«r- ws
or buildings, or uny part thereof, si- s
sold by said City Auditor at publh auu
upon ten GO) days' notice iu two uc
pent published in said city."
The bills of delinquents
become overdue, proceeJi
menced w ithout delay,
made as herein r ovided. ,
WILLIAM H. GP.ii 1 j :
Cltv Atnhtor.
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■er.'.ber sezl, or
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f 'i
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"rk
IVlllg OI;ft:..i
jjs wl: I !-<■ ecia
unless pav'd '
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N otice to count) tj.
Notice is lieri.b> gir rii the a.
indebted for County. State ar/.l r i i
•oudorNori: 1-rj
Tilt
,v r t'lil
i T
for the year 1875, fur the s ,
District of ii iltningion Hnm.reii.i'ta
and Settle the same. The Collectin' .r:
Jound at his office, corner of Eignts -oa
Shipley streets, or in the evenings at o.s
zesidenee.8u5 W est Fouith street.
Duty of C( llectok.—I fanv per-on t»a
•>r neglect t» pay their Tax wiililtitraus.
after this notice, the Collector nut!
ind collect the same with eo-t aceorotw
to law
If the owner *f any Real Eslalesr
reside In the Hundred, o: I
shall t>e the duty of the Coikclo.' '
and collect the same off the persons.
'rty of the tenant thereof .—Issactjr
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LEWIS AlcCAi
Tut
Coll
200,000 POUNDS
0F
JONES' I. X. L. MINCE MEAT
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Hasl'ern sold, giving entire s
'It Is ttie best rec, mini-' dm.
Itnve. A trial U all that is 11
convinced. Made by
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R. H. J0N ;

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Manufacturer of Mln«e Meal. frSa ,jot.
raach and Apple Butler, also, t
a, nr- ^I , tfr-Pf-t.
IMO. 715 ShipiCy .
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