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WILMINGTON, DEL.. SATURDAY, JULY 31, m.
PRICE ONE CENT
VOL. IL—NO. 5
NEW STORE ! NEW GOODS!
GR3&T REVOLUTION IN PRICES,
DA COSTA & CO.,
S. W. Cor. Third and Market Streets.
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
Have .lurl opened their new store with a complete assortment of Fancy Ocods, Notion*.
Ladles Under garments, Straw Hats, Flewew, Ac., Ac.
•* i
LOOK AT OUR PRICES.
Ulesclied Muslins 1 yard wide. S cents; Tsble Linen 37* cents; Table Oil elotha 60 cents:
Linen Towe.s 10cents; NapkinsBcents; Bordered Handkerchiefs from 0 cents
—je Handkerchiefs from 28oents up; Children's striped hose » cents and
nwards; Ladies Hose from 10 cents up ; Oehts K how from 8 cents
up; Hip uore Corsors 43 cents; •1.00 Woven Corsets for 60 cts;
a beautiful Corset for tl.OO; Shoe Laoos 4 cento per
dozen ; 12 dozen Agate Buttonz for 4 cents; Clark's
• ■' ' Spool' Cotton 8 pouts j Pins, 14 rows 3 cents; Shirt
yjslsts, LadWs aprppjjjBlMa Alapacas, Ribbons, Ruohlng;
GOLD PLATED AND JET JEWELRY, AG.,
up
and a general assortment of goods, all to be sold at very low prices.
«F*l.adles itjdlljpa^outo|^give^ut^KcalM)efi)remftkiD^
je9-lmd*w.
SPECIAL
BARGA1NS
WILL RE OFFERED FOB THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS IN
IMILLINKRY.
IN IzADlEtr' LINEN'
AND LAWN SUITS.
TRIM MED up IN THR LATEST STYLES AND FASHIONS.
: ' IN LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
IN LADIES' i :
La<]'6&' Wbi e Ovsiskirts and Dasqae
tents 1 Diossfa sod Cleans, In Cbildreo's Diesis and Capes, la ft?al Hair
SwHch* s. la I ara>olB ai«d San Uml rellsf, In French and Domes ic Coreels. As
the tttotk is uuimnliy large, ai d 1 have de'ermii ed to clo'e it out.
F. L FRANK.
Ml MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL.
Philadelphia, I
Uallimore
m
K. M.
31, 1ST 5, J
Trams will leave Wilmington as Ibllows :<br
Philadelphia end Intermediate Stations,
7 00, 8 10, B 21,9 47, 10 30, a. m., 2 00,418,7 20,
9 80 p. m.
Philadelphia and Naw York, 131 a. m.,
to 02 A m., 0 20 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 12 02,2 09, 10 02,
a. m., 12 SO, 1 23,6 20,7 10 p. m.
Trains for Dolaware Division, loave lbr:
Harrington and Intermediate Statlau, S 00,
ft 9i a* nis 6 40 ps m. ,
OelmHr and intermediate stations, 5 00. 9 25
a. m.
hUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and lntermudiate station.,
8t0a J0..44K,6 30p.m.
Philadelphia and New York, 131 a. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1362,103 a. m.
further information panengon are re
to the time tables posted at the depot.
H. F. KENNEY. Supt.
For
tarred
may 0
CHANGE of HOOKS.JSgMB
-WllsMlNGTON A|ftK9B
VK8TEKN K. tt_Oommelicing Menda^
ttpiembor 14th, 1ST4. Trains will
allows: .
Leave Wilmington 1ft 30, a. m., and 0 30
1 Leave Laiidenberg ft 4* a. au, and 13ft p-1M*
Arrive al Wilmington 1 bo a u». «uu 9 lo p.
(
leave as
Arrive at Laurieuberg 1216 and
p u.
CONNECTIONS.
.. wiimlmrton. with F., W. A B. and Del
ware R R. Tralne. AtLandeuberg with
TmmSuei.nnre Railroad Abo, Sunday
•" IOU * , SAVID e SoNNEi.L : ?Supt. y
rains
linger.
eitlO

yOU PjlIIiAhELPHIA.
^ TirOTBXPSDAlLV.
COMMENCING JULY 1st, 1W5.
, T j. Qn and after THURSDAY,
BflOW JULY 1st, the steamer
8 . M. FULTON,
Wl Leave WUrolngton at 6:30 a. m.. and 1 p. m.
Lem* Hook et7:20 a. m.. and 1:66 p. m.
Leave Cheeter at 7:4ft a tti and 2:10 p. m.
Returning, leave PhU»delphUat9;3#a. m.,
*Fari%m'Wll>nln*ton Wets., return trip
t * C Fa{e'trorn'Hook or Cheeter 20cts., return
trip ticket, iiocts. , _ _
MTFrelght taken an heretofore.
■^Parties shipping carriages are notified,
that the lma wUl not be rtoponalnle f^r acy
damages aftc landing on the wharf atPlill
**55?. Taggart will forward them at Ship
pars' rlakTl requested to 00 ao.
Clvde's steam Line*.
l«O.V BTKA-MsUIP E.INB 8 .
FOR BOSTON, PheyIDBNOB and Naw
a'tiuianii gtateS. EVERY WEDNESDAY
Atflr SAT0Rl5AY, from Pier No.3 Norib
" F03 dHARLEBTON. 8. O.,
Pier No. 4, ebote
Wliarree.. ,
r.VERY FRIDAY,from
hi mi streoL
For
VaIk VERY WEDNESDAY ANDSATUR
I'A V, from Pier No. I, above Market street.
FLU NEW YORK,DAILY, iVoibfiret wharf
..plow Market Btroet. Oheapeat
aelphta and Baltimore. Havr.-dc
ustoiH, Delaware Cite, and later
iued i ute point* FOB FREIGHT
UR PAtifiAGE, »tate-rou»
ply to
i GO., Agent
accumedatlons, at
WILLIAM P. CLYDE S
N». 19 Heath Wharves, v
TMXLQHft.
A GOOD FIT,
WELL MADS,
BEST GOODS,
1111
At cash prices to suit the times are being
made at short notice by
N O . 189 MARKET STREET,
Where he keeps on hand a full line ot al) the
latest styles or goods and best quality, and he
feels confident that by strict attention to
business he wlU give perfect satisfaction to
all his old customers and friends, and thank
ing them for past favors, he solicits a co *
tiuuance of the same.
1 > 8
JJOW TO SATE Mosey:
CALL AT THE BOSTON ONE PRICE
CLOTHING, CLOTH AMD MER
CHANT tailoring house,
Where you can buy 26 pe
any utber bouse in tho City or State. Wo re
corn our Foreign end Domestic woolens di
rect from the mills.
tar A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED,
or no sain.
Thankful lbr past patronage, we still so
licit a continuance or the same.
FERDINAND CARSON, cutter.
Formerly Seventh « King Sts.
"d Tel1 selected
ffook of Cloths, Caslmer, Doeekln, Ac—
Retalltaby tbs yai d at wholaaalo prices.
No. 267 Market ot., Wilmington, Del.
r cent, lees than
The Ajargest Clothing Mouse m the Mate
De-W OLF'S,
NO. 808 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
Having enlarged my rtor., I have now t,
band Ute largest and beat selected
stoc* of clothing for Geuts and
Boys tathef late which
PRICES TO SUIT ALL,
A separate apartment for
Youths' A Boys' Clothing
go assortment of GENTS' FUR*
NISH1NG GOODS on hand.
at
Lar
PHILIP BONNER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. M King; gtnet, Vlualagtra,
Dal.
Haring a long ezperleno* In
the tltuug ana catling, I feel
confident that by keeping __
**- nothing bnt tbe beet and JR*
latest style goods, and airing tbe biulnetemy
undivided attention, thnt pet feet satisfaction
will be given to those who will favor me with
their patronage
Feeling thankful to my many Monde and
customers, for pari favors, I would respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same, anl
nothing will be left undone to give perfeot
satisfaction in every respeot. apre-Sm.
JOBS H % M UHLHA tTSMMt
NEBGHAR TAIL.OH,
No. 416 KIMO STREET
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Finely selected stee* of Spriug an
Goods soiistanuy on hand.
jpm oit is,
Merchmat Tailor It Clotbler,
No. 120 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
$5 TO $20SSf^ > .«^?k':
ing paople of both sexes, venng and Old,
make mere money at work for us, la their
localities, during their snare momenta, or all
tba time, than at anything elae, we offer
ployment that will pay handeemeiy for
every hour's work. Fell parUeulan, terms,
sent free. Send us your addroae at
. Don't delay. Now la the time. Dent
foi work or businese elsewhere, nntU
.relearned wbat we offer. *0. IT»
Portland, Melne.
em
wiii / ate 7 , -7- ■ , mmi

Bu CUIT, CAKE AND CRACKER
BAKERY,
CONFECTIONERY, AC.
_ ' '
' °J <2 Tatnail Sts.,
Wilmington, del.
»rssh Bread sad Oakes furnished dally.
Taylor'* Cracker artd flue Confections, rap.
« S* 6 or reU11 > i0 01t r °r CouutnC
at reasonable rates.
Great Keducuon la Tom
loffhr to thepobiiotn#
Largest STOCK of TEAS and cor.
,K ® 8 ™ the erry,
5b«ta s"J priSy* ret 'llfi PbiMolpb
NO 7™
NO. 6 WEST FOUBTB S1EEE),
Boot and Shoe store
r.om Third and Washington to tna
K w. oar .itb a Washington sts
TbMkW ™to.liberM»r ro ^ 0Uto
past, he would resjieotmilyMk MsfSsndato
call upon him at his
. ■ ** w »»*»»
k !SP 0,1 a fuU supply of
i??h?ioSStVitor'^«»d OhUdres-s shorn,
ST-Oostou work a speolalty. Ropairing
promptly and neatly done.
k.fp'K.Vyt.d 0 ''JSSMiSSSa;
>o« ones, o^e him soS*''* s msny I
mar29-im. I. J. NICHOLSON, I
Seventh end Wssbington Sts.
G HOC suits AND PROVISIONS
. WBOLMSALM * MM TAIL
TEA AND COFFEE STORE.
NO 0 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Where tbe pnblio will he rapplled with tie
chespeet end flnoet grooelres In the city.
A large udortment of pare splaee
>l-t constantly on hand and dle
poeed of at reasonable prices.
he
M
WM.
. PIERCE.
G. W. BUSSELL'S
NEW GROCERY A PROVISION SToRB,
NO. US WEST FRONT 8TREE1
(Adjoining the Clly Hotel.)
set/abuT mM at <dia lowest me
angS
JAMBS A PLUNKETT, -
Notary Public And Con
veyancer.
offios in the telboraph build.
1NO, SECOND STORY,
(Formerly occupied by tho late Jas. McCabar
A D ^*8TISIN0 : Cheap: Good : SyttOar
aX atics—*A 11 persons who contemplate xuk*
£Si C S trt S U S 01 neWi P*P«r* for the loser
tton °f advertisements, ehoaid send ti
Q®p* P. Rowell A (Jo., 4i Park Bow.
NewYorR, for their PAMPi^LEl* BOOK,
(ninety-ieventA edition,) containing lists of over
newspapers and estimates, ,allowing the
"rtgeaents taken for leading pa
tremendoos reduo
JAMES SMITH
No. lOGIhlplty Street,
WILltlRGTOir, DBLAWARB,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, Ac.
jSSBStT re, F® oUull f 'owra tojiv
AMOS O. PX&KINS,
Has opened the old stand at
No. 8 East S econd H«rsis»« r1
LIQUORS—BEST GRADES.
ssp2d-lv
I F YOU are desirous of having a good fit
or of getting tho pest readymade geode
JOHN S. MORELAND'S
BOOT & SHOE
emporium, .
N, W'» Cota Fourth <t Poplar Streets,
Wilmington, Delaware.
There yon aremeaanred but onoe, yet tho St
Is perfect In custom work.
No vexatious second trials or dlssgreeablo
salesmen. Give him s csll and be la&rted.
J^EMOVAL.
I. J NICHOLSON,
Would take this methodof informing his nu
merous friends and customers, that he has
removed his
.....
,hSum
. iv-aeto,'
and bom but the beat
ins
JJIRAM YERORR,
Saddle and Barnes*
Maker,
05 Shipley Street,
(Above Fourth,)
WiLwrnoTon, Dilawam.
Fancy and plain harness of all kinds promnt
y made to order. Everything In the hafncH
no kept on hand and cold at reasonable rates
Repairing of all kind* neatly, cheaply and
no kept en hand and ae
Kawuringof aUkinda __
quickly done.
•pedal attention paid to dollar and
flmmg. Also, a fell Una of collars, |
eaddlea, whip*, blanketa, coven, a
Ao., kept on hand, and none bn
material used In the manufacture o
AC.,
mater
dee, i
rimiueainthemauuf8ctura of.au artL
and perfeot satisfaction guaranteed.
•eplft-Iy
TAYLOR ACADEMY
(Founded by T. CLARKSON TAYLOR
A SCIENTIFIC, CLA8BI0AL
AND COMMERCIAL INZTITUTION
lB7*For hath eexaSnACO
Blflbtb t WOLIsASTOll ST*.
Wilmington, Delaware,
copra Ninth month (Sept.) 6th, li
r department reeel,ee pupil* betw
Number of etudenta year Juat closed 60.
•end for a circular
JelllydAw
WUlr
P
7
' j *. Taylor
Principal.
FOR RENT—AT A low RATI, A
fix room HOUSE near tha Delaware
Junction.
a
4 n.**o. M. BRAMBLE
near the aonift pin
ChristianaBd*, June N,It.
f WE CAN MAKE HOME HAPPY.
_
**•..*•
*" d £*"$
TFm'atSS.irt!J a
-
*
^Than the weal h we d thus command,
Thougb we have no means to porchase !
Costlv Dictates rich and rare—
For the wells to cold end bare -
We can hang them o'er with garlands,
For flowers bluorn avervwhAiw
n0Wer# Wo0m ® verywbere *
We can always make home cheerful,
If the right course we begin:
We can make Ita inmates happy,
And their truest blessings Win :
It will make the small room brlghler,
It will let the sunshine In.
We can gather round the fireside
-•' When the evening hours are long;
We can Mend our hearts and voices
In a happy social song;
-We can guide some erring brother,
Lead him from the path of wrong.
Wo can fill our homes with music,
L Aod'wlth sunshine brimming o'er,
it against the dark Intruders
_We will firmly close the door—
Yet, should evil shadows enter.
We must love each other more.
_ , .
d roni 11 ! 8 J rea,ure * tor tho lowly,
Which the grandest fail to find;
* * chain of sweet affection
Binding friends of kindred mind
We may reap the choioeat blessings
From th8 poowot lot aaaigned.
-
! F#r *he Republican.]
I EVERLASTING PUNISHMENT.
_____
I
W.r*„ n. .. ,
oLIlLi 11 neceaaoHly in
the e *erlastlDg conscious suffering
. of those who may fall under the inflle
ll ®" does It come within the range
of posihlllty that ev-rlaatlng untonecious
"ff f he punishment preacribed by the
divine lawgiver? In the solution of these
Questions, the Hible and common sense
-.alone must be our guide. Human there
I f ies i Lamed by worldly wisdom, howevor
Ingeniously and adroilly they may oe
woven into the web opdogmatlc theolo
ly, no matter how learned or eloquent
thelr advocates may be, nor what amount
*f seal they employ in their propogatlon,
fteymmt be weighed In the balances of
Tofinlle and eternal truth, (the word of
God,) and commend themselves lo the
judgment of intelligent, reasoning men.
There can be bo "'tribute of Deity, nor
administrative act of the divine govern
meat, which shocks our reason, conse
age, however bearnmiily wreathed It may
i, be with laurels plucked from the wisdom
of the schools, however bold and blatant
its claims to.eeclesiastical authority, still
it must "Speak as the oracles of God," or
take 118 proper and legitimate place a
™ "km - And If
fact that the conflict now being waged is
between truth and tradition, needs no
argument to prove. The babbling con
fusion of seventeen centuries has pro
duced an appalling state ofludlfference.
thoughtlessness and partial bliudness.—
Men know but little and care less, for the
teaching of the Bible, unless It sanctions
their peculiar notions which they recelv
ed bytradltlon from their fathers, Hence
the Bible, the word of truth, can only be
found by uncovering and bringing it out
from beneath the accumulated eeclesias
r f U ^an,° f .. fni 18 , 18eventee " cent "
iMhinfM £ * thW ° Sy ' u ii t.
t. I . f -- fa -.?! bl8 betm A* 8 * a .. bel ! ey ? u
s, then It must speak for ltoeljand when
it speaks, it will commend Itself to
--vman. routciouce in the e^hl ot
Pfd' The Bible then must be its own
interprater; Its harmony must not be bro
neither indeed can it be, when left
Interpret ltoeif. All that is wan l og on
our P a rt, ls au earnest, honest, diligent,
patient, and prayerful investigation of Us
divuieteaebings. "The wisdom ofthe
world Is foolishness with God," and yet
tbHIooltobness presumes within itself to
of Q-od, DOtkDow
foolish hearts are darken*
,? w en * , . h8 .. J,lb ^ b ? •*? , ln -
terpretei-,"Everlostlag Punishment is a
revealed fact, around which there can be
P° snablguity of meaolng. No meaning
, C . retle " n * £T
I^ t ^na T ti b l . 1 ** cr ®d precincts. The
wS£ n l tbl "J*® 0 *? 011 ? *• •['*** " k '~
We propose then to show that the "ever
lasting punishment," in tbe text quoted,
is in perfect harmony with man's con
al make up, and the very law ot
hit conscious being, for, be 11 remember
ed that all the elements of big conscious
and material being, existed beforeGod
saht, "Let us make man." Mark this,
mlo was made, and made of materials
alaady existing, "made of the dust of the
E r fl"* ?ow will any man in the ex
«r««e of enlightened reason, presume to
defy that man is a creature made of
ifrft? Then man's "foundation is in the
duft," if tbe testimony be true, then,
wtere man's foundation Is, his identity
U)M be, then the breath, or spirit ofUie,
by which man became a living soul,can
not porslbly be the msn himself, for,
"when God gathers unto hirnsMf hla
split, or breath,—which be gave mau—
thm man shall turn again to dust. Here
tb<(>, la no ambiguity, man is a creature
maie of duet, and the withdrawal-of bis
S i, or spirit of life, by God, only
him In his original condition be
e was created, hence the divine an- L
nout cement Is found to be In peifecthar
moty with man'a constituted make up.—
"Dial thou art, and unto dust shalt thou
retire." Such then, is the divine lesil
mow In regard to the creature called In
the Bible, man, but what a strange in
comprehensible creature man is, In hu
theological tradition. Now, If the
elements which enter into tbe constltu- Is,
tionsl make up if tbe first man, existed
befoie he was created, in an unconscious
A.
less
a
Mate, how then can they be otberwlae
than unconscious, when they ate return
being, he could never have been punish
ed With nnconeaaueneM as the reeult of
hi* disobedience. Then It follows as a
1 *8 l0 » 1 condnslon, that If everlasting life
be an everlasting blessing, then everiaet
!
solved, returned condition to which God
very Dtture of tnlngs, end by express
^ W evifri«tl^» D nnn| U .h l n,» m8 n Bnt DOt
everlsMtiog punishing, not
lasting inflicting, or an eternal process of
dying J 01 n *w reaching death. No,not
a "7 amount of pain, orauflaring,
"Dost thou art, an! unto dust abalc
™ t0 £"-' "The soul that slnneth, It shaU
" For W *S M of * io ' *• de » lh "
Qod wmembereth our frame, that toe
are out dtmt."
Now, we cballeoge the combined wig-
dom of the Christian era, to prove trom
* be bible, that the death ban presented,
•* notthe penalty of the divine law, and
»"d further, that our Lord Jesus Christ,
neTOr auffered any other death fat the
redemption of bis people, and that be
cause he lives again from that death,
his people shall live again also,
by a "resurrection at the last day,"
and that the everiaatln
the fiually impenitent, when the Lord
Jesus shall be revealed from heaven in
flaming fire, will not be everlasting "con
sclous suffering," but "everlasting de
atruction from the presence of the Lord,
and from the elorv of hla no war " cf
which destrartlCsoA.mind^emorrah
are the dearly expressed acrlptural ex
amplea; and did God
an eternal overthrow," by
turning them to ashes ? He did. And
did ha authorise bispiophet Haiachi to
send hla warning message of trutb down
the ages, to the eflect that, " i he day of
the Lord Cometh that shall burn as an
oven-, and the proud, yea, and all that do
wickedlyshall he stubble, and the day
that cometh shall bum them .... ..'.i. the
Lord of hosts, that it shall not leave
them neither root nor branch, and they
shall be as/tes under the soles of vour
feet," and when yon have found the con
sclous os/kes of the Sod<.mltea, you mv
reason about the everlaatiDg conadoue
suffering" ot Malaehi'a ash beta. Hat
God Illustrated the condition ofthe final
Jy impenitent by that of "thorns." "stub
ble," "taros," "ebafl?" He has. And
were hla resources so limited thst he could
find nothing but combustible tbioga to
UluaMte an indestructible, Immaterial
mythological and fitlsely called immoital
soul? Nay verily. And this is the rear
ton why there,Is an eternal discord be
tweeu God's tru'h, and human tradition,
The Bible says, the defined penalty of
aoul tbac sliA, fl f,h vfhall die : tradition
denies this bfi® ying-the body Ses to
dust," "but the soul can neve* never
die," and to cover up, and hide from
view this palpable contradiction, they
have Invented a spiritual dea.h theory ,
Which Christ never suflered, to redeem
bis peeple from. Then, the Christian
may fall asleep in Jesus, and never die :
but tbe man who falls into, and- uder
tbe dominion ofdeacb, as the penalty of
God's law, must eternally abide under
that penalty and "not seellfe,"—he must
"be as though he had not been "
Hla punishment, now prospective when
Indicted, will have been a tMng o* the
past, a completed, finished, final state of
Unconscious dust,and the eternal harmony
ofthe divine attributes, stood nncballeue
ed and uuimpeaehed, the admlratiou and
loylng adoration, of all IntelUgent crea
J|0U ' A «d now wo aolemly ippeal to all
Bh0 have any interest In tbe momentous
Questions, to tell us, If It be dangerous to
tell men that they aredyiog mortals, and
that God has sworn by himself, that he
has no pleasure in tbeir death, out would
rather they would turn aud live ? Is It
dangerous to tell the world that he gave
W s only begotten Bon that whotoevefb^!
Ueveth in him shall not perish but have
everlasting life ? Is It dangerous to tell
them that Jesus rays, "This Is tbe will of
him that sunt me,that every one thst seetb
the Son and belisveth lnhlm that sent
him, shall not come into condemnation,
|^ut u passed from death unto life?" Is it
dangerous to remind them ofthe promise
of Ins coming again to receive In person
the fulfillment of his Father's promise and
Oath, the throne of bis father David, and
'beir final possession with him of the
jcingdom appointed him by the Father,
that, according to the promise of God,
ebristiaus are looking for new heavens,
and a new earth wberln dwelletli Right
eousness,? Can this be heresy? Did them
doctriues "Originate in hell?" as has
been said of some at least, Oh show us
if you can, tho reasonableness, of ever
lasting "conscious suffering" ol myriads
of beings whom God passed by when be
choose tbe elect. Show us If you please
how a "dead soul," when auimal life be
came extinct is capable of consciousness?
just let us know how there can be "no
continuity of life lu death" aud yet
(he Ego bate a continued conscious
existence, apart from its material form,"
and then lastly, tell us hew It Is that the
material form of man may remain In
tact while his Ego is entirely unconscious
of all that transpires about him?
And if bis ego can lose its consciousness
under temporary mental process of the
brain, by wbat process of logical reason
ing can it be demonstrated that when
the brain ceases to perform Its functions,
by reason of death, that his ego Is not
then In a state of unconadonsneaa? Wbat
L this ego ? Is It the spirit, over which
Solomon says, "man bath no power to
retain lu the day of death." If man be a
Creature made of dust, as tbe record
clearly shows, then his ego, bis Identity
cannot be a separate conscious thing from
himself, hence, when man iieth down,
and rises not, till the heavens be no more,
hla identity, his ego, must be where he
Is, and hla resurrection must be one of
personal identity, and upon this fact,
his Ego is dependent for Its future con
an ever
but
thou
of
I
The editor of the Eastern Shoreman
was presented last week with a cucumber
4 feet 8 inebea Jooa, weiffhin# ft iha in
r, . „ _ - "•
.a Fete ^ S- F "i"R*nd P. 0. Pennell an
[ hea PPl'cants for the office of Register
*?A Chancery and Clerk oftbeOmhaw
Court > for Sussex,
The first annual fair will be heM m,
<-be grounds adjacent to Bridgville on the
J8tb, 20th and 21st of OcnSr
grounds, containing20 acres will be^en*^
closed with a hlghboirdfenm BuImI
l 0 * 1 the society purposes will be
acted. • po * e,wm be
. , , ....
A mission station has been eetebllsbed
L" Frederi . c * b ? the . Baptlets. A lot has
b9e, U>u r cbased aud U held In trust by
f be Hom0 , l ltl " l ®A, Society until so eh
5L me ** tbe bulialng can be erected
thereon -
The Peninsular New says'
It is now begln)ng In come to
many who (Milder themselves
Republicans voted fcr Ponder torGoveN
nor In 1870! Borne of these hsX ttaoe
succeeded In obtaining lucrative nfllmn
under the Republican administration!
r„ . , . .
f^?^.?. CA rfiVr]l A ,, fllie I '? 0 ? , l* r , 0f ■ bort
i? 08 ; IbeJ. R. Adkinson,
4" n , C ^ bjr Dl,T,d ^ of ""fcrti „
^bdnesday evening, for parties Uviug ln
Phllttd «>PbU.
Peach Brandy.-! The Peninsular
NswssUys: "
The d Miller* of Kent and SuMexcoun
ties are making preparations to *ork up
portion of the fruit cron into brand v
There Will beg ffir^SibSrf
rlei this year than usual.
,- ;
A Minature Jbw.-Hssrlnir some tolk
on tho street about that llttlepupbelong.
ingto undertaker Russell, vre railed on
him and asked to see thslwonderful dog.
He asked us Into the house, and up m
the second story this Llllmitlan was
stowed away lu s box, by the aide of hla
brother and mother, fast asleep. Mr. R.
picked him up, and said It Weiehed bnt
two and » hart ounces, and Was Itut •»»
en days old oil Thursday. It was black
as a coal, as pretty as a picture, aud cate
allsIgnsofhealtbandaloDglireofuse
fullness. If Mr. R. succeeds In raislhs
him he will Ifideed be a curiosity lu the
dog line. If anybody hu got s Pud' that
beats this one we would like to case on
* "
•*» ro h« sisnwt, uy
**d
Falnsor olarrbsa, * 0 ., for one hundred - -
"»•*** r*ai»dy, tbla
SJllot athandKlnf " M * rl *" *'
*'
G. 8. Humphrey, the popular hatter
210 Market street, has on band the laig
eststockof fine bats and Ceps to be found
the city. Bought low for cash, I am
offering decided bargains to buyer* of
hate, cape, fornlshlng good*, umbrellas
A large lot of men and routha'
hals at half price and less, at G.
phrey's, 216 Market street
The place to get bargains In mod hnnt.
and shoes Is at! .1 Niehn!«mtSw
corner of 7th and Waahington
„ , _ , _ ngion streets.
»**?>»»». .
Diarrhe., UtmaUiv, andciwl«ra w.Wnl
guarantee tt a ran remedy and one or lm
"am exoeUenee. Depot 4th and King,
sclous enjoyment. lo conclusion, If our
earnest and zealous brother
of the Delaware Avehublaptlit church,
feels persuaded that he can sustain the
view of "everlastlpg conscious suffering"
as the penalty of the divine law as the
teaching of the bible, and Will consent to
a public discussion of the same, we will
be pleased to Introduce him lo • chrit
ttan minister whose advantages enable
him to control his tongue by the action
of an intelligent brain, and whose schol
arly attainments are In advance of either
the "painter In the cellar, or the shoe
maker In the genet," rns whose cre
dentials may not have the endorsement
of creedology, hat only tbe signet
despised Carpenter of Nazareth, whose
disciples and followers consisted ot a few
illiterate fishermen, taxgatberers and
common people, aud y»t "never man
spike as tbb mad." And daring the
"m* mene mighty, not
many noble, not many wise men after
the flesh were called/ hut tbs " weak
God chosen," to brlhg to naught lbl™>«
jhat are, that bo flesh shall glory
presence." What wonder then, that at
the ewly age of twelve years, tbe doc
tors of Jewish divinity, were confounded
by toe wisdom of this Hebrew boy, they
knew net, that "in him was hid all
the treasures of wisdom, and knowledge,"
they confessed his wisdom, but were
&"SL 0f w ! ,ere h® obtained «, It wee
bidden from them, though they
expounders of Jewish raw. And Is it
too bold a declaration to say, as It wu
then, so It is now, and so It will be until
he "thoroughly purges his floor, sod
gathers the wheat Into hi* garner afid
burn* ap the chaff with n^uenchable
fire." Babel will "ever be learn lag, yet
never be able to come to tbe knowledge
of the truth," tbe simplicity of the gos
pel falls entirely belowthd rirngnof hiT
man wisdom. Wayfaring men, thongh
tools, need not misapprehend the truth,
hut the wisdom of tho world with all its
boasted research, has never yet found
out God, never yet apprehended his
truth, nor believed Ms word. And men
had just ss well htiot tip tbe old Oriental
wine bottles, and fill tilum with
of a
In
wersthe
Jtompt tomafo the
creefls utter the same sentiments, it caa
net be done. If ft cah, in' importunity
Is now respectfully offered. 1
Your* in the love of truth,
Stewart Carlisle.
STATE MATOOW.
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that
was
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B.Hum
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