JOHN W. HALL,
EDWARD L. MARTIN,
FOR STATE SENATORS.
J. Wllkina Cooch, of Pencader, Hd.
Chari** H. McWhorter, of Red Lion.
James "W. Ware, of Wilmington.
Dp. Swithin Chandler, of Mill Creek,
William Dean, of White Clay Creek.
John Doran, of Christiana.
Giles Lambson,ofNew Caatle.
Edwin R- Cochran, of St. Georges.
William E. Riggs, Sr., of Blackbird.
FOB LEVY COURTS COMMISSIONERS.
William R. Bright, of Bed Lion.
William Polk, of St. George's.
William R. Morrison, cf Mill Creek.
WiBiam L. Wier, of White Clay Creek.
James J. Taylor, of Appoquinimink.
Henry H. Wells, of Blackbird.
" the Horning Herald
la published every moraiDg, (Sunday ex
oepted) and delivered ip the city of Wll
- mfngton and aarronnding places for six
Ogata per week', payable to carriers. Mall
subscriptions, postage free, three dollars
Gxo. O'ByRNE * Co., Publ! hers.
No 509 Shipley street,
Notice to SUBScRiBitBav—Those of our
subscribers who are indebted to the morn
iwa Herald, will oblige by an early re
Europeang well acquainted with China
•gree in asserting that (he Chinamen feel a
profound indignation at 1 he way in which
their unhappy countrymen,deluded abroad
by foreigners as coolies, have been treated
Exaggeration is impossible in describing
what these poor follows suffered in Peru,
Cuba, and the Isthmus of Panama. Id
tha former country, when employed in the
Guano Islands; they began work while the
stars were yet shining, and did not finish,
till the stars were again visible. They
worked Sandays and week days alike,year
in,year out. At the Chincha Islands they
were entirely under control of a German,
one Kossnth, a man precisely of the type
ofLegree jn^UncleTom's Cabin." Th' B
wretch, to use the expression of a witmss
oi the spot, an old Yankee Captain, "Cut
them to pieces." Hundreds perished by
suicide, throwing themselves on the jag
ged rocks. When it happened that a man
girvived the term of his agreement, he was
turned adrift, worn out and wtthout a i*dL
The Chinese Government some time ago
Bent an intelligent officer to inquire into
the matter, and collect tacts as to the treat
ment of Chinamen in Christian lands, and
there is good* reason to believe that the
new diplomatic relations into whiqh the
Emperor's Government' has now entered
are largely the result of that officer's re
The Pima Indians ' in Arizona seem
likely lo be driven, like the once peace
able and friendly Nez Perces of OregoD,
into a war against the whites. They are
not a warlike race, and loDg before th.
United States acquired the region now
known as Arizona they dwelt near the Gila
River, and lived on the produce of the soil
cultivated by their labor. Their reserva
tion of 64,000 acres—not too extensive fo
a tribe numbering 4,000 persons—is the
most blooming spot in the Territory, made
* so by the toil o f generations of Indians.
coarse speculators covet it, and with a view
apparently to good the Pimas into hostil
ity have bgen diverting the waters with
which the Indians irrigate their lands; for
in Arizona land without irrigation is worth
It has been the boast of the Pima that
their tribe never killed a white man, but
they can hsrdly be expected to remain
friendly while they see their fruitful acres
made barren by th* white man's malice
recklessness. The indications are at pres
ent that the army will soon have another
job in Bunting down Indians, that srpiy
contractors and traders will have a chance
to make some money, and that fayored
land sharks wil I h aye an apportunity to gob
jbi« the Pima reservation.
■Iris estimated that the contributions
from the north in aid of the yellow fever
sufferers has already reached fully $1,000,.
030. Il ls a magnificent sum to be gath
ered in small donations from a generous
people, and it ought to be a bond of union
BOMB of Ut angry conflict.
The connection between the whgle fish*
ery or any other fishery and yellotr ^ ever
does not teem dear at first mention; but,
according tcfsome authorities, the former
has a very important bearing on the lat
ter. Readers of Jules Verne's "Twenty
Thousand Leagues Under the Seas" may
perhaps remember that part of the voyage
of the Nautilus in which she came upon
several groups of manatees, or sea cows ;
herded together—beautiful and offensive
animals, from 18 to 21 feet long, and weigh
ing at least sixteen hundred weight each.
I told Ned Land and Consell that
provident Nature had given and inportant
roje to these mammalia—that they, like the
seal", are designed to graze on submarine
prairies, and thus destroy theaccumalation
Of weed that obstruct the tropical rivers.
'And do you know,' 1 added, 'what has been
the result siooe men lisve almost ©nlirly an
nihilated this useful race? That the pu
trefied-weeds have poisoned the air, and the
poi6eped air causrs the yellow lever that
desolates beautiful countries. Enormous
vegetation are multiplied uhder the torrid
seas, and this scourge is irresistibly devel»
oped from the mouth of the Rio de la Plata
Terrible as yellow fever now is, it wo.uld
be infinitely worse, according tq Toussenel,
were the seas to be cleared of whales and
seals. Then the ocean, infested with pulp g
and medusai, would be a storehouse of in
The opinion was expressed by some
physician several weeks ago that the germs
of yellow fever though liable to adhere to
.leather mails bags, are not likely to be
transported in circumstance which recent
ly occured in England makes against this
view by proviug that, at all events, the
germs of another infectious disease are
conveyed in that way. At the postoffice
at Quarndon, near Derby, the letters were
assorted in a room where two persons were
lying ill of scarlet fever, and the result was
a general outbreak of the disease in the lo"
cality. The probability is that as[ the let
ters conveyed the infection from the sick
room in the postmaster's house at Quara*
don to other houses in that place, it was
also in letters that it was brought to Quarn
don from some other point where it Was pre
vailing, and naturally enough it first broke
out in the postmaster's family.
Partripgb shooting will be next in or
der, the season, commencing with the first
of December. In consequence of the mid*
ness of last winter, these fine birds will be
very plentiful, especially in the upper
counties of the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Cecil and Kent counties abound with them
and are of course a favorite territory for
It is. snoteworthy fact, and indicative
ofihegeneralimprovement in the times,
that real estate in New England, and es
pecially farms, han, within the past six
months, appreciated greatly, there beine
in several of the States constant demands
for such ii are ofany value for agricultu
to those wanting clothe?.
Quinn and Adam both learned, the same
trade; but Qainn canid beat Adam at tap
loring, and give him odds every time. I
anyone doubts this, call upon him. We
Wm. H, QUINN,
The Merchant Tailor;
No. 1.22 Market street.
You will there find a choice and well
selected stock of all kinds of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which by the artistic employes of Quinm
the Tailor, will be fashioned into garments
sure to improve the appearance, and pro
mote thecomfortof the wearer.
, Prices to suit the enforced economy of
ibe times, is the the .rule with
No. 122 Market Streep
N*w Cahtlb County, Sept. 17,1878.
Upon the application of Rev. Patrick
Riley, Administrator of Mary A. McCul
lough, la|e of Wilmington Hundred, in
.™d County, deceased, ll is ordered aud di
rected b; the Register that the Adminis
trator aforesaid, ilYe notice of granting oi
Letters ofadminlstratloa upon the Estate
of the deceased, with the date of granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to be
posted within forty days from the date of
such Letters, In six of the most public
plaoes of the County of New Castle, requir
ing all nersons having demands against
the estate, to present the same or abide by
an A ct of Assemb y in snch case made and
f irovlded. And also cause the same to be
nserted within the same period in the
Morning Herald, a.newspaper published
in Wilmington, and to be continued there
in three weeks, (e o d)
Given under the hand and Seal
ofOffl' eof the Begisteraforesaid,
at New Castle, fu New Castle
County, aforesaid, tae day and
year above written.
1 S. C. BIGGS, Register.
Noticb—A ll per'Ons having claims
.against tile Estate of the deceased must
present the same duly attested to the Ad
ministrator on or before September 17,1879,
or abide the Act of Assembly In such
case mafle and provided.
I nuts, Chicago,
Address, Wilmington, Del.
B b. FIT B'« YEG
t of one of Phila
DYJ*ls tim pe
_ tWfSiiia's oldest physi
cian s, and Is guaranteed to cnre rheuma
tism, neuralgia, sciaUcfo pain, Backache^
thenera'X^Xlfyltii tCs tisu
gy M ift aia a h ' Mi t r
the only phystclaD In Amerlra devoting
40 years to this one line of practice. Cum
warranted, Advice gratis. 15 South Focrt
Dy Its groat and thorough blopd-pnrlfying proper
ties. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures
nil Hurnon, from the worst Scrofula to a common
Ll.tcti, l'naplc, or Eruption. Mercurial disease,
Mineral Poisons, and tliolr effects, mp eradicated,
and vigorous health and a sound constitution estab
lished. Eryalpclos. Sult-i-houm, Fever Sore*. Scaly
or Rough sum In short. aU diseases caused-by bed
blood, arc conquered by this powerful, purifying, and
Especially has it manifested Its potency In curing
Tetter, Row itaeb, Itolls, Carbuncle*, Spro Eyes,
Nerofuloua Sore, ond Swellings, White Swelling*
Goitre or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands,
If you feel dulL drowsy, debUlUted. have sallow
color of skin, or yellowish-brown spots on face or
body, frequent headache or dizziness, bad tasto In
tnoutb. Internal heat or clillls alternated with hot
flushes, low spirits, ana gloomy forebodings, Irregular
appetite, and tongue coated, yon arc suffering from
TVrpid Liver, or "BUlougnew." In many cases of
> Elver Complaint " only part oftliese symptoms are
experienced. As a remedy for all 6uch cases, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery bus no equal, 09
effects perfect and radical cures. _ ,
In the cure of Bronchitis, Severe Coughs, and (he
early stages of Consumption, it has astonished the
medical (acuity, and eminent physicians pronounce
It the greatest medical discovery of the age. w pile
It curcs-the severest Coughs. It strengthens the system
and pnrtfles the blood. Bold by druggists.
v. pierce, M. D., ProD'r, Yi outl's Dispensary
and Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, M. Y.
No neo of taking the Urge,
composed of cheap, crude, anrt
Tbps?Pellets are scarcely larger than mustard seeds.
Bclna entirely vc^etoWN no particular care is rc
of Kidney., Internal Fever, Illoatnd reeling nboul
fitomnch, Ituah of wood to Head, take br. T'lcree i
l'lonaant Purgative lteBctn. In explanation of the
remedial power of these Purgative Follcta over s o
fiTeat n variety of diseases, It may lie raid that
uctlon upoa tie animal economy |« univenalr not a
gland or tls.no escaping their sanative Impress. Age
does not impair the properties of these Pellets.
They are eugar-coated and inclosed In glass bottles,
tliclr virtues being thereby presemd unimpaired fol
any length of time, In any climate, so Jlj^rthey are
always hesh aud reliable. This Is not the case with
Dills put up in cheap wooden or pasteboard[boxes,
For all diseases where a Laxative, Altcratlvc, oi
Pargattve, Is Indicated, these little Pellets will give
the most perfect satisfaction. Sold by d»ngglst».
It. V. pierce, M. D., Puopt<lW orld's Dlspeasarj
and Invalids 1 Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. •
K 1 \ 'bW ache,discharge falling into throat,
BBMk sometimes profuse, watery, tliiclf
4*^ mucous, purulent, offensive, etc«
In others, a dryness, dry, watery, weak, or Inflamed
eyes, stopping up, or obstruction, of the nasal pas
sages, ringing In ears, deafness, hawking and cough
ing to clear the throat, ulcerations, scabs from inters,
voice altered, nasal twang, offensive breath, impaired
or total deprivation of sense of smell and taste, diz
ziness, mental depression, loss of appetite, indiges
tion, enlarged tonsils, tickling cough, etc. Only a
few of these symptoms are likely to be present In any
case at one time.
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
produces radical cures of the wor6t cases of Catarrh,
no matter of how long standing. The liquid remedy.,
maybe snuffed, or butter applied by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Douche. Tills is the only form of instru
ment yet Invented with which fluid medicine can W
carried HIGH UP and PERFECTLY APPLIED to All
parts of tlx; affected nasal passages, and the cham
bers or cavities communicating therewith, in which
sores and ulcers frequently exist, aud from which
the catarrhal discharge generally proceeds. Its use
Is pleasant and easily understood, from directions
accompanying each instrument, Dr. Baoe's Ca*.
'tarrh Remedy cures recent Attacks of "Cola in the
Head " by a few applications. It is mild and pleas
ant to use* containing no strong or caustic..drugs or
poisons. Catarrh Remedy and Douche fcold by drug,
chits. Ii. V. Fierce, M. J>., Proptr,'World'® Dis
pensary and Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. .
WINES AND LIQU ORS.
J UST RECEIVED AND FOR BALE IN
LOTS TO SUIT,
-HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
—CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
- do CLARET WINE.
-do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY.
FRAN ns KF.JLI.Y & CO,
103 MARKET STREET,
JOHN F. BETZ.
' BROWN STOUT
Brewer and Dealer la
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
OALLOWHILL AND NFW MARKET <91 f
Black and Fancy
We are now offering an elegant line of
From 62)4 ctS. to 82:25
of the most durable colors and best shades
at Ul'A cents and upwards. GOOD, ALL
WOOL BLACK CABjHJMERE, at60 Cents
and upwards. BLACK AND COLORED
ALAPACAH, of the newest shades at verv
low prices. Bargains in HOHIERY,
GLOVES, <tc. KID GLOVES, (every pair
pair warranted) very Cheap. ...
Buyers may rely upon' gettl
goods at the lowest prices, at•
210 MARKET ST,
ut! tbe best
F BE'CEER'S, MUSIC STORE,
a-.~» »i sAms ti si w
* or T.''?u 0 TO,Vi™c'iaH WIXJI '
PI AMO FUlt *185 CASH
A 1 Instruments
AND SHEET MUSIC.
guaranteed for five
jroHjro'BmNE, • - t<
Attorn ev and Consell®rat Law
514 Walnut Street,
P tilUA I 1ELPHIA.
j)itp ware having law business
Ela, or the adjoining couhtles
In Pennsylvania, will have It promptly
aud properly .attended to, by eomniunloa
ting with him lan.
I |K. JUHIIAS, LATS HIM JORDAN
U DAVIB&sUN, sole principal and pro
prietor of the
GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM, t
729 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, has Just
Issued a new medical work/ '
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS. ''
on mental, nervous and acquired debility
a pamphlet of great importance, In which
on Indisputably Is shown howlost health
can be regained, also a essay on marriage,
should be read by all. Can be had, price 26
cents In postage stamps, post Uee, by
addressing tne anther,
1625 Filbert street. Philadelphia, Pa.
Where he may beoandllv snltedi
.-,i.n j. a i r,
E. F. KunfceL* Bitter Wine
la AH 1 * tfwiO I r
E. F, Kunkcl's celebrated Bitter Wine ol
Iron will effectually ohre liver complaint,
Jaundice, dyspepsia, cnronic or nervous
debility,chronic ularrnoea, disease of the
kidneys and all diseases arising from a
disordered liver, stomach or Intestines,
gnch as constipation, flatulence, inward
plies, fullness oi blood to the head, acidity
ofLtaestomaoh, nausea, heartburn,disgust
for Food fullness or weight in the stomach,
eructations, sinking or fluttering at
it of the stomach, swimming
.hurried or difficult breathing
ings at the heart, choking or suffocating
sensation when in a lying posture, dimness
of visslon, dots or webs Defore the sight,
dull pain In the head, detloleney of nr as
piration, yellowness of the skin and eyes,
pain lu the side, back, head, chest, limbs,
etc., sudden flushes or heat, burning In th*
flesh, constant Imaginings of evil aud great
depression of.gpiriu*. Price Dl per bottle.
Beware Of counterfeits. Do net let your
druggist palm off some other preparation
of Iron he may say is a good, but ask for
Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol Iron. Take no
other. Kunkel's Bitter W ine of Iron Is not
sold In bulk—oniy in SI bottles. E. P, Kuu
liel, Proprietor, Mo. 259North Ninth Stieei
Philadelphia, Pa, Bold by all druggists.
Tape worm Removed Alive
Head and all oomplete, In two hours.—
No fee till head passes, beat, pin, and
stomach warms removed by Dr, Kurtkel
25, .forth Ninth street, Philadelphia, Ph.
Bend for circular. For removing seat, pin
or stomach worms call on your druggist
and ask for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm
Hyrnp, prloefl, It never falls* Commas
sense teaches If tape worm be removrd.all
other worms can be readily removed.
E. F. Kunkel'g ustral & E. F>
Kuukel's Shampoo for i
The best and cheapest Hair Dressing and
Hair Cleaner in the world. T hey remove
dandruff , alley Irritation, soothe and cool
the heated scalp, prevent the hair from
falling off, and promote the growth In a
very short time, They preserve and beau
tlfy the hair, and render it soft and glossy,
They impart a brilliancy and a siUy ap
pearance lo braid and wiry hair, and as a
hair dressing, they are unriva led; eradi
cate dandruff and prevent baldness. The
Bhampoo cleans the hair, removes greece,
scruff; itching, eruption, Cures headache
caused by heat and fatigue. Khnkel's
Bhampoo aud Lu,tral restore hall' to a nat
ural and glbssy color, restore faded, dry,
'jh and wiry hair, Price per bottle>$l.
Askyour druggist for them or bend toil, F
Kunkel, Proprietor,No. 259 North Ninth;
ot-eet "Miadelnhle "*
From the Earliest Ages
SCROFULA has been the bane, and as 11
were, the curse of mankind, Moses, In the
13th Chapter of Leviticus, lays down very
explicit rules on this disea.se. Bo terrible
anil loathsome had It been considered then
that a person known to be infect ed with It
Would not be allowed U mix with society
The Jews regarded It as a divine Infliction
aud believed there was no cure for it; It
was then the sins ofa youth or a dlviaUuu
from the paths of virtue were punished as
long as life lasted. Llapplly in our day,
the sience of medicine has been developed
the great storehouse of Nat ure furnishes a
remedy, the disease Is stripped of its ter
ror by the use of theSA M A KITAN'S BOOT
AND HERB JUICES, and the victim ol
Scrofula. Ulcers, Sores, Fimples, Blotches,
Titter, etc,, cau be restored to sound health
In A few weeks. That there are thousands
now whose conditions are as bad as those
Of the dark ages we are well aware. Many
now fail to find a cure as well as they did
then. To ail such the Samaritan's Root
and Herb Juices will prove a happy boon,
eradicating all impurities from tie blood,
and making the complexion bright ami
healthy; a few bottles will remove pim
ples or blotches, thereby doing away with
cosmetics and powders, ROOT AND HERB
JUICES 11.211 per bottle: Sent by express
to any address:
DESMOND A CO:
16 Kac**-*reM Hhlituielnhla P.
i i r
Aud a full line of
Constantly in stock
Prices to suit the
H. F. PICKELS,
NOS. 7 * * E. FOURTH ST.
W i 1 m lngtpn, De!.
N. B.—Old Stoves bought, sold or taken
in exchange. octlfatl
Main Office, No, 2 East Second Stre
* W .1 /
Coal put in Cellars free of charge,
_ J- B. CONBQW & SON. Propriet or,
The Best Coal ever Sold in tlw
If I,-*/. 11! I «
e >. *«
-i J sir/
Put Oollara Free o*- ©lia,r«e
OAk AND PINE liNDLfNG WOOD
Fourth Street Wharf
Singer ManuT^g Co
HAVE JUST BENT TO THEIR OFFICE,
No. 424 MARKET Street,
The largest Invoice of the Light Running, Latest Improved FAMILY MACHINE
ever brought to this market, notwithstanding tbfgtlmes are hard, over 70 families wen
made happy within the last month by buying the
World Renowned Singer.
iIf you want a MACHINE, don't fall to secure a SINGER.
■ i - iiv- i— ' r J' fl / \J M x r I
Hundreds ef people who have other kinds that do not suit for various reasons,!™
exchanged them for the SINGER.
The SINGER MACHINEIb now seil'ng forjust onehalf the original price for
on easy terms for monthly payments. Don't fall to see the 8INUEU at
No. 424 MARKET Street,
A. J. VAN DUZEE, Agent.
NEW FALL STOCK 1878!
LARGE AND COMPLETE.
MODEL TAILOR .STORE
As ar.y other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly !<> O'"
der Work, and do not carry on a Ready Made Tailoring Business. Our Prices areti
Low, Material, Fit and Workmanship considered as are to be found anywhere.
Heaatily thanking the Public and our friends for their patronage. I ask the cow
tinuance of the same. I guarantee no one shfdl be ashimtfd or dissatisfied with the
No. *223 Market Str't
Lnits we turn out.
ALWAYS SELECT TBS BEST,
READY for immediate usxl
Is endorsed by every PHAOTTOAL PAINTER.
COVERING ci?A0ITY * DOBABILITY
EXCEED ANY KNOWN PAINT. Building.
ainted with our Prepared Paints, if not satisfao*
.lory, will be Repainted at our Expense.
D. H. KENT <6 CO., Agents
pOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
, 1810,000 drawn every 17 days.
1 Prize of — —
1 Prize of
1 Prize of
2 Prizes ol f 10,#80 —
10 Prizes of #5.000 eaoh
Prizes of *1.000 each
Frizes of #500 each
Prizes, amounting to (Spanish) 1760,000
Information furnished ran. Orders
Ailed. Prizes cashed. Spanish Bank bills
and Government* purchased.
TAYLOR A CO., Eankers
11 Wall St. New York,
DELIVMHMU IS FOUR CELLAR.
WOOD BX THE OORD OR CARGO.
PON DER ^TOWNSEND,
FOOT OF FOURTH STREET,•
,*r-CTp town office, No, t Ailmond'
QN RECEIPT OF
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES.
, V „ V! jamesabro*
»1 Market St. Wilmington. Deb _
-saMss? i tjttixs.
Don't fail to call on
No.I Sent Fourth «tre«k,
outfit and terms free. Address i
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