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DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
Mrie ffM
BOB govmhoh
[JOHN W. HALL,
,'rOE COWORBB
EDWARD L-. MARTIN,
[fob shhrifk,
•JOHN PYLE.
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worn COBONER,!
JACOB BUTZ.
FOB RATE SEN ATOM.
J. Wilkins Cooch, of Pencader, Hd.
Charles H. McWhorter, of Bed Lion.
FOB REPRESENTATIVES.
James W- Ware, of Wilmington.
Dr. Swithin Cnandler, of Mill Creek.
William Dean, of White Clay Creek.
John Doran, of Christiana.
Giles Lam been, of New Castle.
Edwin R- Cochran, of St. Georges.
William E. Riggs, Sr., of Blackbird.
FOB LEVY COURTS COMMISSIONERS.
William R. Bright, of Red Lion.
William Polk, of St. George's.
William A. Morrison, cfMill Creek.
William L. Wier, of White Clay Creek.
James T. Taylor, of AppoquiBimink.
Henry H. Wells, of Blackbird.
Notice to subscbibeba—T hose of our
suoscribers who are indebted to the MeRfir
xng Herald, will oblige by an early re
mittance.
The Morning Herald
la published every morning, (Snnday ex
cepted) and delivered in tbe city ol Wil
mington and surrounding places for six
eente per week,payable to carriers. Mall
snoecflptlons. postage free, three dollars
per annum.
M10.0'Brun A Co., Publishers.
So 609 Shipley street,
Wllmlngtoy Del.
WAJUMUtlTOH. Pel.. Pet. IB, U7I.
TBJS UMAX'S OF ASIA,
The news from Asia lest night, wu to
the effect thet the Russians had accepted
Yarkand; that the Afghans, were amuk.
tag themselves with artillery practice in I
tha Kybet Pass,—and that an English ar
my of 35,000 man, were gathering at Pe
rikumr, on the frontier of Afghanistan.
Tbarn signs all denote war, the occupation
of Yarkand by theRussians at this time
«m only mean, an intention to control the
aaaftrn passes of the Hindo Koeeh Moun'
kaipa, which lead directly into Cashmere
at yonr maps. Aa the combatants
....ffiffiat be fed, and that no wheat of any sc
••ant, grown in the region where tbe fight*
ing, if there is to be a fight will take plaee
—the supplies on the one hand must come
from South Eastern Russia, and.the grains
districts of British India. Tbia will cause
a still greater demand on part of England
for our breadstnffs. Who could have
foreseen half a century ago, that right in
the heart of Asia, a great contest would
takeplace between two Christian nations;
before the 19th century closed.
Unless a systematic precision be obaerv,
«d in svery movement that is made on
railroads, and especially on those ove r
which nnmerous trains are constantly
pasting and repassing, such catastrophe
as that on the OldColony Railroad in Mass
achusetts, on Tuesday evening, will be
of frequent occurrence, and the unexpect
•I appearance of a car on a wrong tuck
will bs a never-falling source of disaster
and death- A carelessly managed road
in Massachusetts counterbalances the mor.
tality of a week of yellow fever in New
Orleans or Memphis.
Although the fever epidemic has abated
very materially in New Orleans, there i h
yet another terrible enemy to be confrent
—starvaiion. The distress among tbe
poor in that city is very great. It appeal,,
to the sympathies of all. We of the Norib
who have abundance, and who have been
spared the visits of the pestilence, have
broad occasion for gratitude. Let us dis
play it by again opening our hearts and
purse-strings to the suffering people of the
South.
Simultaneously with the accounts
getting of the movement of the Anglo.
Indian forces against Alghanistan, comes a
report that the Russian army near Con
stantinople has been ordered to stop its
Northward march and hold the line of
Tchatataldja. The eastern question again
looma up portentously.
The best sand paper in the world is
made in the United States, a fact which
Europeans are only beginning to properly
appreciate. Recently large orders for this
material have b.-n received from abroad.
Some of tbe b ,nt is produded in Phila
delphia.
P. K. A. Ball, on November 8.
we are
w
m
by bank manager*
Hie practice
of endeavoring
Ifby
tor
1 indii
latter making more money out of tbe bank
between some Saturday night and the
lowing Monday morning, by ope *
manication between the hired
and the bank vaults. If bank managers
were as prudent aa they ought tobfj" they
would have no baaementto , let, nor any
aobterranean apartments for any purpose
com
'
It requires on pvt of a i official, tbe
cheek of Croasdale's i>rasa monkey, to
plead in abatement of a mechanics com.
plant at low wages that they have doubled^
in pending power in ten years; if so why
sir official do you grab double ►alary now*
for the some work yen slid ten years ago*
Answer! _ •
PEN AND SCISSORS.
If a ltdy meet a lady *
Walking ob the street,
They will smile and kiss each otter,
They're so glad to meet ;
Then they'll turn and watch each ether
Nearly out of sight, <
And eaeh will way, " That awful dress,
Ain't she a horrid fright."
David Davis wears canvas-back pants. ;
Japan aupplles London with lead pencils.
Tbe Washington Police Department has
telephonic communications.
A Carlisle man removed bis • fireboard
when out flopped two big owls.
In tbe ease of two Michigan bands the
judges decided that neither played best.
Wanted, a teacher who will keep order
or break heada.—Kansas Advertisement.
A fresh cut watermelon is good for fever.
—[ Medical Exchange. Bring on your fever.
Christopher Mann, of Independence Mis
souri, Is 105 years old, and has a ton aged 8
years.
Paris has 05,000 houses, London 460,000
more than Paris, Berlin, Vienna and New
Tork combined.
At Chicago on Thursday, Hopeful, Ranis
and Great Eastern, trotted for a purse of
83,000. Hopeful won in 2.1734 ; and 3.17.
Three-fourtbs of the liquorice nannfsej
tured In the Uhlted Sta'ea Is said to be pre
pared In New Jersty. Spain and Asia
Minor furnish the rest.
I.! t.
At Long Point, Tex- ; Ibethblo. ed people
pnt bells upon the necks of their Children'
to keep them from getting lost In tbe high
weeds that surround the town.
■•Oi
Clara Lonlse Kellogg carries a trunk full
of old corsets around with her because she
knows that If she throws thrm aside tbe
size of her walet will be known to the
anxlone world two hours af*er.
Miss Freyre, daugter of the late Peruvian
Minister at Washington, who died the other
day, bequeathed 850 for masses for tbe re
pose of her lather's soul, and (50 for the
repoee of her own, besldee $4,500 to cbariU
able Institutions.
No family, writes a Lancaster county doc
tor, should be without onions the whole year
round. Give children of all ages a few of
them raw; do not miss treating them with
a mess of raw onions three or four times a
week. Beet worm remedy ex'ant, besides
their health-giving qualities are not to be
surpassed.
If people care anything about knowlrg
whether milk is .watered, all they have to
do Is to dip a well polished knitting needle
Into a deep vessel of milk and withdraw It
Immediately in an upright position. If the
milk la pure some of it will band to th#
needle, but If water has been added, even In
small proportions, the fluid will not adhere.
Go to tbe P. K. A. Ball on the 8th of
November. — ' - -
TO THOSE W1NT1HU CLOTHES.
Quinn and Adam both learned the same
trade; but Quinn ould beat Adam at tai_
loring, and give him odds every time. If
anyone chmbts 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 Quinn
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
the times, is the the rule with
Wm. H. QUINN,
Merchant Tailor.
No. 122 Market Street.
mean
The Best Quality of MEDICINES
at Williams'
Proprietary
The Most Reliable
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES ,,&c
AT WILLIAMS'
A fine assortment of HAIR, TOOTH and
NAIL BRUSHES,
At Ninth and Market.
A choice Imported Key West Pride of Key
West or Grauley Cigar,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong
and Pure,
at Ninth and Market.
AT WILLIAMS.
Fine American and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth aDd Market.
"Get the Best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goods, Accuracy in dispensing, and
Reasonable Prices.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
mays tf Comer Ninth and Jfarket.
W
*
meQtcalJ
L FIT B>S
MATIC BE!
IB
la
care fheams
the
cine. Suffering end money saved by nseing
in limes 1 Bmeoifeerthat Dr, Fitlar Is
6 V On n 4
40 yean to Inm era line of prectloe* Cure
a^rwsted. Adjrto«^^,tt0oWhFGfrir
■ .■ bt* .n.ti nv-ge..) ad' '.'.I. _ '■
It
rtl
Rt
e?aegSgr
By It-.great and thorough Mood-purifying proper
ties, brTPlerec'a Golden Medical Discovery cores
all Han, from the wont S a«W» to a comnion
Rtateb. Plank, cr Eruption. Mercurial disease,
and tbeir effects,'am eradicated,
,th an^round onjUtgtlon estab
^ hl'.zl. in short, all diseases c:u;-i i v bad
blood, areConquered by this powerful, purl lying, and
^Especial??hasn^nlanlfcstcd its potency in cnrlig
Tetter, Bose link, Bolls, Carbuncles, Bon I/M,
Scrofulous Sons mad Swell lues, White Swelling*
Goitre or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands.
if you feel duU, drowsy, (leWlimrad, have sallow
cob-r of ft'in, or ydlowlih-brown spots on face Or
body, frequent headache or dlralneap, bad taste In
mouth, Internal heat of clfllH alternated with hot
tow spirits, aud gloomy forebodings, Irregular
e, ana tongue coated, you are suffer lug from
liven or "UlUsusacas." In many cases of
CoMptslot " only part of these symptoms are
experienced. As a remedy for all such cases, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has no equal, as
tt effects perfect and radical cures.
In the cure of Bmacfcltto, Severe Coughs, and the
early stages of Consumption, It has astonished tbe
medical acuity, and eminent physicians pronounce
It the greatest medical discovery of the age. whBe
It cures the sev ~ ' " - ^ -
and vigorous
Uahcd. i>n
appetll
• r
stem
and puiiflev the blood. Bold by druggists.
B. V. PIERCE, M.D-,rrop'j-World's Dfrpeasary
and Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
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PELtIIS.1
,c
THE
composed of cheap, cnihftana nuiicy ingret
T iktojCTMJc'ly : rcsetablc, no particular caro Is re
quired while using them. They operate without dls
Ted* la the Meath, HtUoue etteokv. P»ln In rtjjloii
ST Kidneys Internal Fever, Bloated IbeHnn nbaiit
Stoaweh, Itwh or Bleed to Head, take Dr. Pierce'.
Pleasant PurcaUve PeUeta. In explanation of the
remedial power of these Purgative Mela over so
irlety of diseases, It maybe i»M. that theli
action upon the animal ccooiyy to anlvereal, not .
They are augar-coated and Inclosed In glass bottles,
always fresh and reliable. This la not the case with
pills put up In cheap wooden or pasteboard hoxea
For all diseases where a Laxative. Alterative, of
Poroatlvc, la Indicated, these little Pellet# will give
"ect eallslketlon. Said hr dramgtota.
CE, M. D- Prop'e, \V onTs Dlspeksarj
groat a va
tbe moat
and Invalids' II
alo, N. Y.
l" '■
* requeni nean
J " \ A §7 ache, discharge falling into throat,
sometimes profuse, wutery, thick
mucous, purulent, offensive, etc.
In others, a dryness, dry, watery, weak, or inflamed
eyes, stopping up, or obstruction, or the nasal pas
sages, ringing lu ears, deaftiess, hawking and cough
ing to clear the throat, ulcerations, scabs from ulcers,
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
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
produces radical cure* of the worst cases of Catarrh,
no matter of bow long standing. The liquid remedy
may be snuffed, or belter applied by tho use of Dr.
PntBci's Douche. This li the only form of tnatru
ment yet Invented with which fluid medicine can be
carried man cr apd peufectly applied to all
parta of the affected nasal paaaagcs, and the cham
ber. or cavities communicating therewith, In Which
frequently exist, and from Which
the catarrhal discharge generally proceeds Its use
Is pleasant and easily understood, from directions
accompanying each Instrument. Dr. Sage's Ca
arrti Kerrudy cures recent attacks of "Cold In the
lead-' by a few applications. It Is mild and pleas
ant to use, containing no strong or caustic drugs or
poisons. Catarrh Remedy and Douche wild by drag.
gtnto. R. V. PIERCE, M. D., Pr< .p'r.W orld's Dis
pensary and Invalids'Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
sores and ulcers
r
In
ol
to
Black and Fancy
Silks.
We are now offering an elegant line of
Black Silk! i
From 62J4 cts. to $2:25
of the most <lur» hie colors and be-t shades
at 62J4 cents at.U upwards. GOOD, ALL
WOOL BLACK 0\Sri MKKE, Ht5ucciit:
and upwards BLACK AND COLORED
ALAPACAK. of tht newest shades at very
low prices. Bargains ft) HOSIERY,
GLOVEB, Ac. KID GLOVE:;, (every pair
pair warranted) very cheap.
Buyers may rely upon getting the best
goods at the lowest prices, at
CAHPBELL'S,
210 MARKET ST.
mariltt-ly
_ WIN H> AND LIQUORS.
J UST RECEIVED AND FOR HALE IN
LOTS TO SUIT.
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
—CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
— do CLARET WINE.
—do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY.
FRANCIS KELLY & CO,
108 MARKET STREET.
Jyl7-tr
JOHN F. BETZ
Gaul's Brewery
PORTER,
ALE,
BROWN STOUT
Brewer and Dealer la
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
CALLOWHILL AND NJTW MARKET ST,
in
PhUadel dia.
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PJ
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J t JSMCMJWK, MUSIC tXPBM, MO-,
A GOOD 7U OCTAVE ROSEWOOD
PIANO POB 8U6 CASH
All lnatrumenta guaranteed tor five
aprffi-lyr
years.
y\
JOHN O'BYRNX
Attorney and Consellcr at L«tf
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w
IK*
814 Walnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
CUlaentMWfMwmm Saving law b**l*ef
in PmtiutbJpiihv. or the adjo.u.ng conutie
lu Pennsylvania, will have It promptly
and properly attended to, by ommualcu
ting with him
*4
tan
IOKI
and
B U. JORDAN, LATH DIM 1
DAVlKABOh, sole principal
printer of the
GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM,
729 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, has just
tsened a new medical work,
PKACIIgAL OBSERVATIONS.
on meant., n.nvous and acquired debility
a pamphlet ot great Importance, In which
OB Indisputably Is shown bowlost i»>*ith
can be regained, also a essay on marriage,
should be read by all. Can be bad, price 26
cents In postage stamps, post face,
addressing tee auther, ,_,
Db JOBDAN
162$ Kilo, rt .Trent, Philadelphia,
Where he may be ekcrtill vaulted.
by
Pa.
MEDICAL.
E. F. Kunfcel' Bitter Wine
1 r * T _f* r
, B, K, XUnAelia oelebtated Bitter Wine 01
Iron will ellectua.ly cure liver complaint,
jaundice, dyspepslu, jt ibtflo or nervous
debility, cnronio dlfirrhoeu, disease of the
kldneyaaud all dlteustb arising from a
disordered liver, atomac-h or intestines,
auch aa constipation, JL,iuience. inwaru
plies, fullness o» blood to the head, acidity
of the Stomach", nausea, heartburn, dlsgvs.
for R>«<1 luliuees or weight In the atomarh,
sore eructations, sinking or fluttering at
the pit of the stomach, swimming of the
head, hurtled or difficult breathing, flutter
ing* at the Heart, choking or suffocating
sensation when in a lying posture, dimness
of vUslou,dote or-webs before the sight,
dull pain In the head, deficiency of ares
piratlon, yellowness of the akin and eyes,
pain In the side, back, head, chest, 11m bs.
-eta, sudden flushes ol heat, burning in tht
flesh, constant imaginings ot evil aud great
deyresRion of spirits. Price fl per bottle,
Beware ot counterfeit*, Do net let youi
druggist palm off some other preparation
of Iron he may say lp a good, but ask lot
Kuukel's Bitter Wine ot Iron,. Take nc
other, hunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is nol
sold in bulk—omy in 81 bottles. K. F, Kun
kel, Proprietor, ho. 259 North Ninth Stree,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Bold by alldruKElsts.
TtyeWormllemoTed auv<
Bead and all complete. Is two hours —
No fee till head .passes, neat, pin and
stomach warms removed by Dr, Kunkel
26. lorth Ninth street,.PhUaknlpniu, l'a.—
Bend for circular. For removing seat, plr
or stomach worms cal! on your druggist
and ask lor a bottle of Kuukel's Worm
Syrup, price 81, It never tails- Commac
sense teaches It tape worm be removed, ah
othet werms can be readily removed,
E. F. Rankers ustral &E. F
Kunkel's Shampoo for
the Batr,
.The best and cheapest Half Dressing anu
Hair Cleaner In the world., 't hey remove
daudrutr. alley Irritation, soothe and oooJ
the heated scalp, prevent the hair from
falling off, and promote the growth In »
very short time, They preserve and bean
Miy the hair, aud reoderit soft and glossy.
They Impart A brilliancy and a sll.y ap.
pearesce to braid and wiry hair,
hair dressing they are unrlvadeu; eradi
cate dand uff and prevent baldness. Tht
Shampoo cleans the hair, removes greece
scruff. Itching, eruption, Cures headache
caused by beat and fatigue. Kunkel's
Shampoo and Lu.tral restore hair to a nat
ural and glossy color, restore laded, dry
harsh and wiry hair. Price per bottle 81
Ask your drnggletfor them or send to K. F
Knukel, Proprietor, Sq. 269 North Nlntbj
and as
From the Earliest Ages
SCROFULA has been the bane, and as It
were, the curse of mankind, Moses, In the
loth coapter of Leviticus, lays down very
explicit rules on this disea.e, So terrible
and loathsome had llbeen considered then
that a person known to be Infected with 11
would not be allowed it mix with society
The Jews regarded itasa divinelnflictloi:
and believed there was no cure for It; It
was then tbe sins of a youth ora deviation
lroui the paths of virtue wbi-c punished a*
long as life lasted Happily In our day
thesleoceof medicine hus been developed
the great storehouse of Nat ure furnishes i.
remedy the disease is stripped of its ter
r .°. r .^ y ., l f 1 '., ,JKe of. theHA MA KITAN'8 ROt/l
AND HERB .IUaCEs, and the victim o.
Scrofula. Ulovrs, Sores, Pimples, Blotches
Titter, etc,, can be restored to Round health
In a few weeks. That there are thousand:
now whose conditions are as bad as thoei
ol ibe dark ages we are well aware. Mam
now tail to find a cure as well as they .dll
then. To all such the Samaritan's Kco.
pjtd Herb Juices will prove a happy boon
eradicating all Impurities from the blood
and making the complexion bright sad
nealthy; A few bottles will remove pim
ples or blotches, thereby doing away With
cusmetlsn-nd powders. BOOT AND HERB
JUICEB $1.25 per bottle; Bent by express
to any address; -
DEBMOND a GO;
16 Race»iveet Phtindelnhia i.
Refrigerators,
water Coolers
Clothes Wringers.
And a full line of
In
i
Constantly In stook.
times.
Prices to snlt. tbe
H. F. PICKELS,
NOS. 7 A 0 E. FOURTH ST.
Wilmington, De'
exchl£g d e. 8tOVe8 b ° nght ' 801(1 or
ootl9-tf
ft;
Main Office, 2 East Second Street.
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Coal pat in Cellars free of charge.
J. B. CONROW A SON. Proprietors.
The Best Coal ever Sold in
City
Put in O&Xlara Free of obarge
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OAk AND PINE kINDLJN3 WOOD
EK0CH It 00RE, Jr
Fourth fStreet Wharf
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JUST RECEIVED*
THE
Singer Manuf'g Co
•>
HAVE JUST SENT TO THEIR OFFICE,
No. 424 MARKET Street,
WILMINGTON DELAWARE,
°f f b e Llg At RMoning, Lateat Improved FAMILY MACHINES
mSi J cot w 1, . h8 ^"ding tbeltimea are hard, over 70 families were
made nappy within the last nonth by buying the
World Renowned Singer.
If yon want a MACHINE, don't fall to secure a SINGER.
Hundreds ef people who have other kinds that do not suit for
exchangr d them for th«-<INGER.
J„ he MkCHINKls now sc.l'ng for Just onehahfhe orletnal r-r Ice for catli
or on easy terms for mjnlhly payments. Don't fall to see the SINUEU at. ° 0 '
various rev .sous, hive
No. 424 MARKET Street,
A J. V AN DTJZEE, Agent.
NEW FALL STOCK <1878!
COMPLETE.
;aas
NOW! AS
LARGE AND
!
AT the;
MODEL TAILOR STORE
SAs any other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly to Or
der Work, and do not carry
Ready Male Tailoring Business. Our Prices are as
are to be found anywhere.
1 ask the con<
or dissatisfied wiih lH
on a
Low, Material, Fit and Workmanship considered
Heaatily thanking the Public and our friends for their patronage,
tinuance of the same. I guarantee no one shall be ashamed
Luits we turn out.
as
Yours Truly,
FERD- CARSON,
No. 223 Market Str't
NOW ON
HAND
A FULL LINE OF THE LATEST IMPROVED
Stoves, Heaters and Ranges.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE LARGE
STOCK OF
SECOND - HAND OFFICE AND PARLOR
STOVES.
In good condition which is being sold CHEAP.
House Furnishing Goods.
AT THE STOVE AND HEATER EMPORIUM OF
H. E. PICKELS,
7 & 9 E. FOURTH STREET,
i
Old Stoves taken In exchange.
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