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THE HERALD
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VOK SOTMHOS
[JOHN W. HALL,' .
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fxoB oowobms;
'EDWARD JL* MARTIN,
or strssxx.
County fWUt*
|xob shbrixf,!
:JOHN PYLE.
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TOR OOXOKXR,
JACOB BUTZ.
; FOB,'statu SKNATOBS.
J. Wilkins Cooch, of Fencader, Hd.
Charles H. McWhorter, of Red Lion.
fob representatives .
James W* Ware, of Wilmington.
Dr. Swithin Chandler, of Mill Creek.
William Dean, of White Clay Creek.
John Doran, of Christiana.
Giles Lambson,ofNew Castle.
Edwin R* Cochran, of St. Georges.
William £. Rigga, Sr., of Blackbird.
IWBUVT aOEBTS COMMISSIONER*.
William B* Bright, of Bed Lion.
William Polk, of St. George's.
William A. Morrison, cf Mill Creek.
William L. Wier, of White Clay Creek.
James T. 'Taylor, of Appoquinimink.
Henry H. Wells, of Blackbird.
Nexus TO BUBSCBIBIBB—Those of our
bserihers who are indebted to tbe M®bn
h»® Hebald, will oblige by an early re
mittance.
su
As Horning Herald
: (I
la published every morning, (Bundey ex
eepted) and delivered in the city ol Wil
mington and surrounding places for six
eenta per week, payable to carriers. Mall
subscriptions, postage fiee, three dollars
per annum.
««o. O'Btbne A Ce.. Publishers.
No 606 Bhlpley street,
Wllmlngtoy Del.
HWUpillMlTea. Del.. Oet. I6.1B78.
A TYPICAL CASE OE OrEBJfBBIOB
The daughter of a poor man named Wolf
was walking out on Sunday afternoon in
ipuy with tome children of her own
agey the being about fourteen. It appear*
they Were met by some larger girls among
whom was one Mary O'Donnell; the latter
aayi that the Wolf party called them some
which Is, however, strenlonsly de
nted. The result of the wordy squabble, If
any, was that Mary Wolf was thrown Into
A ditch, ftall of water, near the rolling mill
over Third street bridge, and narrowly es
caped drowning, beside* ruining har cloth
ing. The O'Donnell party werebroug h
before the Mayor who Inflicted a line oi tl
ud costs, which, Judging the whole msttert
In the light of our peculiar summary juris
prudence, was correct.
The O'Donnell party went before one of
our Xsqnlres aad made charge against
Mary Wolf, and a poor orphaned female
ehOd, far.dbuie, Ac. They were mulcted
la flues and coats amounting to $18. This
Is absttedbeyond measure. If the jadgment
of the Mayor was correct, that of the Justice
Was sheer Injustice.
There mnst be something frightfully
wrong and oppressive, In either our laws,
or the administration of them, when two
decisions on ths same Issue, and with the
same parties, so directly In conflict with
each other, could be given. That a poor
mu whose daughter's dothlug were mined
and herself nearly drowned, would be sub
jected* to pay such a sum as $8 (Wolf's
share) for words spoken In wantonness, Is
a piece of legal tyranny which we donbt
could occur elsewhere. Consider what t8
means to a poor man earning tS per week,
ud a dependent family—It Is a greater
mulct than if one of our leading citizens
were fined $1,000 for some vagary of the
tongue! The Justices of the city, as a
rule, abuse their power over the poor.
Their jurisdiction for slander, or words In.
citing to a breach of tbs peace, should be
clearly defined and limited. We read every
now and then of cases of clear oppression
of the poor. We bave one piece of advice
to those, who are In like cases are made tbe
victims of Justices' law, to refuse to pay
the fine, aud throw the responsibility of
Imprisonment upon the magistrate. We
are of the opinion that Judge Wales, upon
habeas corpus, would teach the Esquires a
llttla law, tinctured with mercy. If poor
people who hays been fined by magistrates,
will give us ths tacts, we will at least lay
them before the public.
Thb increase in our commerce is shown
by the fact that the total numoer of vessels
boarded by our revenue marine cutters dur
ing July, August and September, at Bos.
Ion, Newport, New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore was 5(82, against 3364 at
the same ports.during the corresponding
period of 1877. The greatest iucreaae
at Baltimore, where 815 vessels were boar,
dad in tha last three months, against only
800during the corresponding period of
last year.
P. K. A. Ball, Nov. 8tb.
Bntterley copies old pictures, 802 Market
strut,
BTAKV BY TUB MUKICZPJLITT
outlined he Every
Evening, which? foreshadows a movement
to create efcxodkitebsien Uo manage the
A plan h*s
' It is vlry true 1 that
tract the bai&s,
, aicTwefi deserve^
It is also equally
rater
the commipion
hiaglven nails
the praise given to it.
true that the management of the Water
Department of this oily, is costly beyond
ail reasonable hounds* The entire btasi
ness of the department could be admipis*
tared by the Chief Engineer, end a person
who would do the brrahds, end kelp with
the accounts in busy season's of the year;
By continued pressure upon Council, this
reform oould be had. In so far as the gen
eral wasteful mangement of municipal
bodies are concerned, Every Evening is
right. We are at all times disposed to
join our efforts wi'h if, or any other ex
ponent of opinion in promoting economy ;
but we would prefer infinitely the leaks of
urban administration, to the surrender
any municipal right ;to a commission ap
pointed by the Governor, Legislature, o r
any power not flowing directly from tax
ables oi the city. The municipalities
have ever been ; at once—the cradle oj>'
liberty, and the sturdy fo# of oppression
SBy movement, to impair the entire and
absolute municipal rights of the city of
Wilmington, is a step towards Legislative,
and Executive dominations, sure to end in
misrule, and which evexy intelligent stu
dent of the history of liberty will con.
demn, and if he ife a lover of freedom will
resist Constitutional liberty is an out
growth of townr, trace its history, audit
may be read, in the acquirement from
Baronial or Regal power,of chartered priv
eleges, bought with the capatilized wages
of industry, or won by the good pikes of
the burghers. Were it not for the citizens
of the Flemish, and French towns, and the
train bands of London, and other English
cities, self government as it exists would
be an unknown quantity, The retnrn to a
citv government, appointed by the Execu>
tiveof a State, is going back in principle,
to the Feudal thrall from which our antes
tors emancipated themselves* Stand by
the Sovernginity ol >l.e municipality :—it
is true-political wisdom to do so— If you
you do not like your Councilman you can
turn them out,not so with a comm ission.The
Water Commission did well—if it had
not done so,where was the remedy ? Think
of that feature of commissions, they are
accountable to nobody after their appoint
ment we mean practically so; and if one
appointed for us proved to be wasteful or
dishonest, we might fret and fume, but
you Id not remedy tbe wrong. We eonjnre
the people, to permit no invasion of their
municipal rights, it might be temporarily
beneficial; but in the end, would be sure
to produce the usual crop of evils, along*,
side of whieh, those we now complain of
would be trival. Enforce economy, and
reform from within, this is wisdom ; any
other course mnst come of gross ignorance,
oi the philosophy of municipal govern
ment, or a a desire to destroy urban indes
peadence, for personal, aggrandizment 6r
profit.
*l(j
The editor of the London Troth is him-:
aelf a Jew, and a very able one, and he
makes the 1 ' following remarks: "I have
never understood the touchiness of the
Jews at being called Jews, even when the :
term Is used rather.as a designation of
race than opprobrionsly. I see nothing to
bt either particularly ashamed of, or to be
particularly proud of, in being a Jew. In
Eogland Jews have a great advantage over
Christians, because, while they have the
advantage of being Englishmen, they also
have the advantage of belonging to a pow
ful fraternity, bound together like Free
masons, ever ready to support any of it*
members- No people are more exclusive
than Jews, and no people have more
marked traits of character. Let an Eng
lishman and a Jew have the same fortune
and the latter will spend more than the
former. Out of business they are more os
tentatious, more liberal and more charita
ble than Christians. I would rather, with
an eye lo my own interests, do business
with a Christian than with a Jew; but
were I a beggar I would rather beg of a
Jew than of a Christian."
WASHINGTON LETTER.
From our Special Correspondent.!
Washington, D. C., Oct. 12,1878.
Your correspondent was one of the over
sanguine Democrats who looked for a
mere complete overthrow of the Republi
can party in Ohio, Indiana, and Iowa, on
Tuesday last, than came to pass. To be
sure, that party last two Congressmen in
Iowa, one at least in Indiana and three in
Ohio, and the Democrats have the Legisla.
ture of Indiana, against the most indefensi
ble gerrymander in Federal history. All
this is glory enough, but not as much loss
as the Republican deserved, nor as much
gain as the Dem jerats had a right to ex
pect. We should take to heart the lesson
, _ . , J , 1 • XT
of October aBd make sure work in Nerem.
ber.
In both Pennsylvania and New York
there is an excellent chance to gain mem.
ham oi the House, and good
be gone by careful fltteoti
laiures which will alect
of Cameron and
pradly, should
~Br*f of the more p
may
Un
1 t0
<mw- ^
be beaten. Re
prominent
»«•"
Republican
raise the bloody shirt daring the Fall cam
paign^ and he did It in n way that deserves
rebokewhils he waa citing against tfa«
whole South one act of yiolsnce ths air of
New York was foil, as it never before had
been .-"at crieabf mdfcff r The pages of the
New York da/lifis were full of tbs details
of crimes that sicken every one. No fair
man will hold : thf-.State pf New York o 1
tbs North ifippneible for these crimes and
sar that their people are worse than ethers*
No fair man Will say of the South, either'
that her people should be specially con
demned because of the case cited by Sena,
tor CcnkHng. He went too far, and de
serves rebuke, and unless I am much mis
taken, he will receive it in the November
•lections. '■ 1
Qf Cameron's chances no one speaks
hopefully but himself. The praise of
Grant, to the effect that Cameron was the
most satisfactory cabinet officer be had, is
raise, and will hot aa
mator ss 'much as it
not, in itself high
sist theatnbitious
was expected to do. Besides, he was not s
satisfactory Senator, however well he may
bave suited his Chief when in the cabinet.
There is discontent in Pennsylvania.
There seems to be no doubt that tbe cabi
net yesterday agreed that the estimated to
be sent to ths House for the expenses of
tbe varions departments during the next
year should be very much less than any
which bays been sent in since the war. The
reason given was that the receipts of the
Government were falling off. The real
reason is that the people will no longer
stand the extravagance of the past Com
mittees of the two Houses Bhould be ap
pointed as soon as Congress meetj to ascer
tain in what way the greatest amount of
reduction can be secured without interfer
ing with the workings of tbe government:
The regular Committee of the House to
which the reduced estimates will be sent
should examine them with care, is the ad
ministration is quite capable or trying, far
political effect, to bring about reductions
in departments where reductions should
not be inade
Speaker Randall should exercise the
greatest prudence in the selection of his
special committee with a view to saving at
least fifty million! in next year. It can be
done, and safely- Dow.
TO THOSE WANTS AO CLOTHE*.
Quinn and Adatn bolh learned the same
trade; but Quinn could beat Adam at tai
loring, and give him odds every time. I f
any one doubts this, call upon him. We
mean
Wm. H, QUINN,
Thh Merchant Tailor;
No. 1.22 Market street.
You will there find a choice and well
it
selected stock of all kinds of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
W uich 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 tbe enforced economy of
(be time*, is the the rule with
Wm.H, QUINN,
Merchant Tailor.
No. 122 Market'Street.
:
a
Quality of MEDICINES
AT WILLIAMS'
The Most Reliable Proprietary
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 Ambrican and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
"Get the Best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goods, Accuracy In dispensing, and
Reasonable Prices.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
may8 tf
The Best
Corner Ninth and Market.
WINJEW AND LIQUOR8.
J UbT RECEIVED AND FOR BALE IN
LOTS TO SUAiV
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
—CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
— do CLARET WINE. .
-do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY.
1 EtA.\< IN KELLY & CO ,
10$ MARKET rtreet.
a
R [TWIT'S^ 111 ?"? can engage m
-DrjQ A $6 to $20 per day made by any
worker of either sex, rightlt their ownlo,
allties. Particulars and samples worth $6
free. Improve yonr spare time for the
buslnesa.iAddresa rtinson a ;Oo, Portland
lfatns
JOHN F. BETZ.
Gaul's Brewery*
PORTER,
ALB,
BROWN STOU1
Brewer and Dealer In
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
OAL LOW HILL AND NFW MARKET 89.
Fhlladel ure.
SMMwaawai
PROFESSIONAL,.
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sarr music.
T. MMCZZEK'B, MMMJO KTOSM, BO?
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.411 instruments guaranteed for fire
aprI 8 -lyr
years.
L.
Attorney and Conawileret Lew
81-4 Walnut Street
PHILADELPHIA.
Cltlaansoi Dataware having law busln*
i Philadelphia, or the adjoining eonnt
Pennsylvania, will have It promptly
to, by commufiica
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D lt. JOKLANLAT* »H». JOBOAN
DAVIEASON, sole principal and pro
prietor of the
GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM,
IM ij "• [I 11 ■ ; \ A ■ s'*7 I j tJ1£
720 Oheetnnt street, Philadelphia, has Jnst
Issued a new medical work,
PRACiiCAL OBSERVATIONS,
on mental, nervous and acquired debility
a pamphlet of great Importance, in which
on Indisputably Is shown howiost health
can be regained, also a essay on marriage,
should be read by all. Can be had, price 2ft
cents In postage 'stamps, post free, by
addressing tne anther.
Dr. JOJtDAN,
1625 Filbert street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Where he may be candllv suited,
MEDICAL.*
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E. F. Kunkel' Bitter Wine
ol iron.
E, F, Hunkers celebrated Bitter Wine ol
Iron will effectually cure liver complaint,
Jaundice, dyspepsia, canonic or nervous
debility, chronlo ularraoe-t, ulsease of the
kidneys and all dUeases arising from a
disordered liver,, stomach or Intestines,
inch as oonstlpatl'on, fl.tulence. Inward
plies, follne88 oi blood to the head, acidity
of the stomach, nausea, heartburn, dlsgusi
for food fullness or weight In the stomach,
sore eructations, sinking or fluttering ai
It of the stomach, swimming of the
head, hurried ordlfflcult breathing, flutter
lags at the heart, ehoklng or suffocating
sensation when in alylng posture, dimness
of vlsslon, dots or webs before ibe sight,
dull pain In the.heed, deficiency of nres
plratlen, yellowness of the skin and eyes,
pain In the side, back, bead, chest, limbs,
etc., sudden flushes of heat,burning In tbe
flesh, constant Imaginings of evil and great
depression of spirits. Price |1 per bottle,
Beware of counterfeits, Do not let your
druggist palm off some other preparation
of Iron he may say is a good, but ask foi
Kunkel's Bitter wine oi Iron. Take no
other, Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is not
sold In bulk—omy in tl bottles. K. F, Kun
kel, Proprietor, No. 26!i North Ninth Street
Philadelphia, Pa.
the
Bold by all druggists.
Tape Worm Removed Alive
Head and all complete, In two hours.—
No foe till head passes, - beat, pin and
StomaCh warms removed by Dr, Kunael
25, Torth Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hend far circular. For removing ssat, pin
or stomach worms call on your druggist
and ask lor a bottle of Kunkel's Worm
Syrup, price H. It never tails* Com man
sense teaches If tape worm be removed, all
other worms oan be readily removed,
E. F. Kunkel'* ufltral 4E. F*
Kunkel'h Shampoo for
the Hair.
The best and cheapeslHalr Dressing anu
Hair Cleaner In the world. 'J hey remove
dandruff, alley Irritation, soothe and cool
the heated scalp, prevent the hair from
falling off, and promote the growth in
very short tlme, They preserve and beau
tify the hair, and render it soft and glossy,
They impart a brilllanoy and a sll«y
pearence to braid and wiry hair, and i™ „
hair dreeslng.they are unrivalled; eradi
cate dandiutr and prevent baldness. The
Shampoo cleans the hair, removes greece,
sortlff: Itching, eruption, Cures headache
caused by heat and tatlgue. Kunkel's
Shampoo and Lu.tral restore hair to a nat
ural and glossy color, restore faded, dry,
harsh ana why hair, price per bottle 11 .
Ask your druggist for them or send to E. F
Kunkel, Proprietor, No. 259 North Ninth;
*|reet • t *bU«nV?t*ih1p ***
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From the Earliest Ages
SCROFULA has been the bane, and as It
were, the curse of mankind, Moses, In the
13th chapter of Leviticus, lays down very
explicit rules on thlB disease. Ho terrible
and loathsome hod It been considered then
that a person known to be Infected with It
would not be allowed ti mix with society
The Jews regarded It as a divine Infliction
and believed there was no cure for it;
was then the sins of a youth or a dlviatloi.
from the paths of virtue were punished as
long as life lasted- Happily In ohr day
the slence of medicine has been developed
the great storehouse of Nai ure furnishes s
remedy, the disease is stripped Qf Us ter
ror by the use ol tlieSAM A ttITAN'SROO'J
AND HKRB JUICES, and the victim oj
Scrofula, Uljers, Bores, Pimples, Blotches
Titter, etc,, can be restored to sound health
In a few weeks. That there are thousands
now whose conditions are as bad as those
ol the dark ages we are well aware. Man*,
now tail to find a cure as well as they dll
then. To all such theRapaaritanfs Koo
and Herb Juices will prove a happy boon
eradicating all impurities from tie blood'
aud making the complexion bright
healthy; A few bottles will remove pim
ples or blotches, thereby doing away
oosmetles snn powders, ROOT AND HERB
JUICES $1.25 per bottle: Sent by express
to any address:
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and
With
DESMOND Sc CO:*
16 Race**reot PhliadelDhla P.
Refrigerators,
water Coolers,
Clothes Wringers.
And a full line of
Constantly In stock. Prices to suit the
times.
H. F. PICKELS,
NOS. 7 A 9 E. FOURTH ST.
Wllmlngfton, Del.
N. B.—Old Stoves bought, sold or taken
In exchange. octlO-tf
Arctic lee and*Goal Co,
Main Office, No, 2 East Second. Street.
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Coal pat in Cellars free of charge,
J. B. CONROW & SON. Proprietors* !
The Best Coal ever 8ol«l in the
City
Put in Cellars Free of* oliarge
ALSO
OAk AND PINE kINQLING WOOD
ENOCH * OORE, Jr
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Foarth atres*. vVh irf.
JUST RECEIVED*
THE
Singer Manuf'g Co,
HAVE JUST SENT TO THEIR OFFICE,
No. 424 MARKET Street,
WILMINGTON DELA WARE,
The largest Invoice of the Light Running, Latest improved FAMILV mACHINBI
ever brought to this market, cotwlihstandlng the;tlmes are hard, ovei 70 families vert
made happy within the la.-t month by buying the
World Renowned Singer.
If you want a MACHINE, don't fall to secure a SINGEB.
Hundreds ef people who have other kinds that do not suit for various reasons,have
exchanged them for theMINGER.
The SINGER M tcHINK Is now seil'ng for Just onehalfthe original price for cash
or on easy terms for monthly payments. Don't fall to see the BING Eli at
Ho. 424 MARKET Street,
A. J. VAN DUZEE, Agent.
NEW FALL STOCK 1S78!
NOWl AS
LARGE AND COMPLETE.
AT the;
MODEL TAILOK STOKE
WAs ar.y other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly 1° ^
der Work, and do not carry on a Ready Male Tailoring P.usine.D. Our Prices are
Low, Material, Fit and Workmanship considered as are to he found anywhere.
Heaatily thanking the Public and our friends for their patronage. I ask the con*
tinuauce of the same. I guarantee no one shall be ashamed or dissatisfied with the
Luils we I urn out.
at
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 T# THE LARGE
STOCK OF
M • rt . \
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. F. PICKELS,
7 & 9 E. FOURTH STREET.
aeplft***
*$• ® M Stove* taken in exchange.

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