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'THE MOKNING HERALD
ONE CENT
WILMINGTON. DEL., MONDAY NOVEMBER 4 1878
VOL. XII NO 13
i
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING
NOW IS YOUR TIME!
riVEHUNI RED THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH
OF FALL AND WINTER.
CLOTHING
MANUFACTURED BY US THE PAST FOUR MONTHS ALL
manu a ^ nd FA s HIO N A BLY CUT ANOWELLMADE.
WE SHALL SE1 L CUR GOOD i TH IS FALL
F rom 1A to 15 Per Cent Lower than Last Year.
We still adhere
NEW
wntch has
toour Votto, "SMALL PkuFITS AND QUICK SALBS,
made us the leading and
POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE OF PHILADELPHIA
1
.rHl.fl ArKNOWI Eh»EI) LEADKhH OK FASHION, We have brought Good
Goebs and L.nv Crlce uibi Philadelphia 1 he people apprecia e it. The last two years
our citizens have bem better dressed, aud at lower priots, thantever be*ore. Aiy cue
doubting this, let them drop In any hour ol the day, and see the rush tor the Hew * all
Clothing.
A. C. YATES & CO
LEDGER BUILDING.
•J
Corner Sixth ad Chest"ut Streets, Philadelphia.
OUR CHILDREN'S aSD BOYs' DEPARTMENT, 1.26 Chestnut Street.
§
«h YOU CAN'T STOP US!
M
WE ARE BOUND TO
P
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HALL'S
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vn
;h
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CO
FOR
Ox
3 BOTTOM PRICES *
CD
Ju t received a Full Line of Gentlemen's, Women's An-1 and. Chll- ^
drea's shoes which I shall sell at the Lowest Possible *
have maraed down to meet the times. I am bound to take the lead this -
fall. Call and be convinced as to caeapness, We will not, be underso d
g
p
a
Mieses' Shoes, *1.00 and up.
Woman's shoes 1.U0 "
children's " 40 "
- Also a Full Lino of Lsd'ea', Misses, and Children's full dress Shms at Cfi
C+ ihT Lowest Pies ble Price fcr Casn. Keinembar thoPlaeo 6tT Maiket J
Blreet, W limlngton, Del , nearly opposite the Clayton House. •
4 Men's Boots,
' Men's Gaiters,
Boy's Boots,
(2X0 and up.
l.'li "
J.rO
<D
3
GO
J. Hall, Jr*
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CD
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LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
A Great Sensation Produced,
by the
Grorgeous o( Display
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
AT THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE
OF
NATHAN LIEBERMAN,
h.k. COR.FIFTH & MARKET Sts.
Ihls Store Is unequalled In Ihe Riate, being perfect in every df ^11. and prloespe
cu srly attracttxe 'otrose who study/ conomy. offering nothmvbutthe ^"'^d most
. eslrable goods at the very minimi* prices. We have tbbl largest a sior iment ^°rM«n e
Boy's and Children's Clothing In ifemtvi re if the Latent Styles, aud ai .lie Dowosi
Pi Ices, which the few lollowlug prices will show.
MEN'S STRONG WORKING PANTS
«• •• *• SUITS
•• BUSINESS
•• FINE DRESS
,87 np
*3.00 np
H.'O up
12 On up
BIT'S SUITS "g
" PANTS •:* "P
CHILDREN'S PANTS _ '7' up .
Call and examine our Fearful MARK DOWN Prices at
th® Great Clothing Emporium of __ ' _ __
NATHAN LIEBERMAN,
from
»■
S.E. COR FIFTH
All goeds warrant!d as respreseted.
NEW FALL STOCK
NOW AS
LARGE AND COMPLETE,
AT
COHEN S TAILOR STORE

It Is a fact. It isa fict. that A, Coher, N. E. Cor. Second aud Market, has a fine stock
of Foreign and Domeailc Goods alwa; s on hand. Also a One stock of Gect's Furnishing
Goods. Give him a trial. Cleanin ', Dying ar.d Repaying ueatly done, Orders by mall
promptly attended to,
Yours Tj uly,
A. COHEN.
MERCHANT TaILOR
N. r, *er. Second and Market street*
CLOTHING HOUSES.
f
irand
display
AT THE
BOSTON
ONE-PRICE
CLOTHING
HOUSE.
213 Market
AMD
212 Shipley sts
• I
WILMINGTON DELAWARE.
THE LARGEST,
the best,
THE CHEAPEST
DINE OF
CLOTHS, CLOTHING
AND
Gent's Furnishing
GOODS.
Ever shows in this Market.
THE STYLES WILL PLEASE,
THE PRICES WILL SUIT.
THE GOODS WILL CONVINCE
That we can and will sell ihe BEST
GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
Our goods we warrant in every inetanoe
to bejuBt exactly what we represent them
to be.
STYLISH CLOTHING
For Children, from 4 to iO years of age.
STYLISH CLOTHING
For Boys from 10 to 16 years of age.
STYLISH CLOTHING
For Yonth's from 15 to 10 y*ars old.
STYLISH CLOTHING
In all grades for Men from the Cheapest to
the Best Goods tn tne Market. Also a?
Immense line of
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
This Department 1 < stocked with the FIN
EST GOODS in the Market, lucludlDg
Underwear, Neokwear and Hosiery.
Our Custom Department.
Attracts great atiention at this Season, be
cause of the line display of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
as well as the ARTISTIC STYLE of outling
and making ol garments by onr practical
cutter,
Mr. J.H. SHINN.
W eordlally Invite all lo call and ex
lu.mense stock and learn tne
very low prlcat. Remember our motto;
"ONE PRICE TO ALL"
m e our
V .E. HOLMES,
PROPRIETOR.
I ,
Jesus
faith
or
the
nut
with
we
Ing
DOt
With
that
us.
CLOTHING.
New Styles Ready
GENT'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING.
all
We suall be glad to have the peo
ple of Wilmington, call and seethe
LARGEST.
BUST.
HANDSOMEST
In
ises.
by
tut
who
ing
foil'
be
as
only
her
the
the
the
but
la
be
lic
>i
c
is
mid oheupest st ck ol Fine and
Medium Grades ot Gent's Youth's
Boy's and Children's tiloth'ng that
wrsavtr manufactured.
WAMMAKER & BROWN
OAK HALL
6th & MARKET STS.
THE HERALD
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 4 187*.
brajidyWipe (Hill Quotations
W. C. Pennypacker & Co
•>
(Successors to J. E. Price & Co.)
Best Patent Flour..
Choice Family Flour
Choice t-upernne...
Brab. per ton..
...t6.76a8.tC
... f> 00a6.76
... 4 OOan 10
i6.eo
Corrcoted dally.
We ara paying to-day lor choiee wheat
*1.02; choice corn, 46 cents.
Adver. W. G. PENNY PACKER A CO.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
nurlf*'. ..4 34 a. m. I Sun sets.., 4.64 o, m.
Moon S3ts... n „,
...,.130 a. m.
HIGH WATER.
Delaware B. aak water...3.2B ». m
8 54 p. m.
New Csatie....™...
7,47 p. m.
Wilmington.
8.17 p. m.
.7.33 a. in.
.7.53 m. m,
TUX WEATHER:—To-aay it will be
cloudy and colder.
Lookout for all sorts of devices aud
frauds to-merrow. Opon your ticket and
see that it is right. Do not be satisfied
with the heading; read it and be cer
tain.
BISHOP BROKER'* Bt PLY.
BISHOP LEB's CHARGE OF DESPOTISM IN
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH REFUTED.
It will be remembered that on th
• veiling of Sunday. October 28, Right Rev.
•Bishop Lee, preached in the St. ndrews
P. E. Church, and during his discourses
spoke in very denunciatory terms of the
R imiah church, and characterized it as
a soul crushing aud soul blighting despot
ism. Right Rev. Bishop Becker at one*
made public his intention of replying
aud the announcement that he would do
soat 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon was
sufficient to draw an immence audience.
Tne church was well filled long bifir
the services began, and at 3 o'clock i l
was densely packed, and every foot < f
standing room occupied, while many *ere
unable to gain admittance. The prepond
erance of the audience was protestants.
and many of our most prominent men
.were present.
In snbstance the Bishop spoke as follow-;
One of 110 mo.*t widely received principles
of common justice demand* tb»t no one
should in condemned without a falrkearlog
aud an obvious consequence of that pr nol
pie is, that the testimony of an enemy is
hardly ever free from bias arising probably
In many cases almost unlnviiiDgly, yet sure
to present ltselt when occasion offers. Ou
this account we find ourselves obliged to re
pel what we know to be calumlnes against
thatchnrch of which we are, however u»"
worthy of the dignity, acting In capacity •!
Bishop and pastor. In a sermou or discourse
delivered by the Protestant Episcopal Bishop
of Delaware, Right Rev. Alfred Lee, Bishop
ol'tbe Angllcau church, we werepaln.d to
read the following wor is:
"TheD, when we corns t* those who pro
fess to be tbs followers of the Lord Jesus
Christ, our attention Is, in the first place,
arrrsted by that Immense body which owes
allegiance to the Roman pontiff; a body
which comprehends perhaps nearly one
half (he might have said two-thirds) oi the
/.omiual Chrlstion woild. Now I would not
say a word to hurt the feelings of a sincere
follower of the RomWb faith, yet in speaking
of the subject Lorn this point of view. I
cannot but characterize the church of Rom*
,.s a soul-crushing aud soui-blighting des
I otlbw; (hard words those) as something
which substitutes for tne faith of the Lord
faith ; a paganism, ostensibly <n the name of
Christ, with i he Virgin Mother, saints and
angels substituted In His place . with con
science denied lte rightlul place In the j
breast, because men are by It denied the
guidance of their consciences. I will n t
dwell at this time any further upon the j
tecullar features and characteristics of the i
toman delusion, but call your attention to
those Oriental churches which to a greatt r
or less degree are Involved in mueb of lg- :
norance and superstition, but which, unlike 1
the church of Rome, have never declared
themselves Infallible, which have never
taken up a position out of which they can-i
nut retreat and have never anathematized
!
In advance, however, of taking Issues
with each and every assertion or proposition
herein made against the "Reman Chureh," (
we beg to be understood as distinctly avow
Ing the fact that no personal feelings are
herein involved, and that the gauntlet was
DOt cast by us, but on the contrary, "as j
much as In us lies we wish to live at peace |
With all men," Rom. XII. 18, while we wll-;
llngly accord to our venerable opponent
that regard for bis sincerity which he grants
us. Yet we arc by no means loth to rep 1
assertion by argument, Ignorance by know!,
all those who differ with them."
edire, and talsebood by truth.
The first charge unde against tbt Roman
Church by Bishop Lee is: " I cannot but
characterize the Church of Rome, as a soul
crushing and soul-blighting despotism."
In order to repel the attack, let us reason
somewhat In the principles at stake and the
consequences flowing from such false prem
ises. And to commence, no one dentes that
Jesus Christ founded a church, or a body of
followers known for the first time at Antioch
by tbs name of Christians, Acts XI 10.,
tut who were in realltv the dicipies of our
Lord and His Apostles. We hear all those
who now call themselves Christians speak
ing frequently and with great respect of the
Church.
Now that church which Jesus Christ
foil' ded for the salvation of mankind must
necessarily have a continuous history; mutt
be able to ehowher perpetaul. visible unit/
as a permanent body from the present time,
going hack through tbs centuries to the
time of such alleged foundation. But the
only church which can stand this test his
torically, Is confessedly the Roman Church.
Therefore she Is the Church of Christ.
That Church which can historically prove
her possession of the name ol Catholic from
the earliest period of tbs recitation of the
Apostles' Creed, is the Church of Christ.
But the Roman Church has not only from
the time of St. Jerome and St. Augustin
the possession of this title (of which they
boasted of full proof of apostolic origin)
but from the earliest times, Therefore she
la the Cburcho f Christ.
That church which for the space of six
teen centuries was confessedly the true and
real possessor of sacraments and jurisdic
tion, faith aud authority, must necessarily
be the Church of Christ. But the Roman
Catholic Church was the possessor of juris
diction, legitimate sacrament and true
orders for sixteen centuries even by the con
fesslan or admission of our adversative,
Therefore she is the church founded by
Jesus Christ. Now, this church having the
title which cannot be refused her, as the
mother Church; of being One, Holy, Catho
lic aud Apostolic, Is the Roman church.
She cannot be, she could not become a des
potism .
Consider briefly that no one who believes
the Scriptures of the New Testament can
deny that JeBus Christ founded a corpora
tion of men whom He called Apostles. We
know who they were. They were a visible
hodp of meD, twelve lu number, having dis
tinct names, and much ol their natural In
clinations are pictured to us In Holy writ.
To one of these, Simon, son of Iona, He
made promise when he first saw hlui :—
■'Thou shalt be called Rock, (Cephas,) "t.
John I. 48. Notice the fact that Chris
uses the tu'ure tense, "Thou shalt be called
Uepba-" which is interpreted Peier, that is
>i rock. Our Lord lor the space of three
years tauebt tt)ig His chosen school, work
ing inUtides to prove His Divinity; teaching
hem His doctrine; manifesting His author,
ity. They were just ns truly a society, «
body of ni n chosen lor a definite purpose s
emp ritlo'i to cou ltiue Hi- work among
men as cau be coucdv d» Now, let, us take
asy corporation, and let li oe as human as
you please, cau It not show forth bs cre
dentials, its actual exlsenee, its »or- at
any given time and Us his ory. Take any
ho<rd incorporated at any In d-flultt- pasl
time; although all the members who flis
c imposed It, se lor example, ot the oldee
board in the city, or a railway company, ru
i-ven ol the trustees of ihls churcti building
though now dead, yet we cannot only
actually tell either one by one, who they
where, and what they did, but we can and
do exercise their authority. It never dies
How much more then can the divinely In
corporated society know as thu Catholic
Church men die. She is the body mystic
of Christ, "who is yesteiday, to-day and
forever."
She pledged he<seif to remain always. S
Msti.h XXIII 20.
Now the Catholic Church thus conceive'
is la defectible {Other human soclcth • marf
corporations many years ago have ceasru
to exist—lor ihey were only human This
corporation has an UBdylDg principle em
bodied in her. She Is a government given
:o iho world by Jesua Christ for Its salva
tlon. She Is a spiritual government, nob
claiming to
men by the power of faith Inspired by the
Holy Ghost. It is thoroughly true that her
power does not come In any shape from
the people, hut tioiu Jesus Christ who gave
it. in the Sacrament of Holy Order. Tet tin re
there is much wuich is Republican in her,
since her priests are chosen and, whom
Bishops ot'ft'prcrvlnae, or even^bytbrfvoice
of tlielr fellow priests and aliraya approved
or confirmed lu their soes by the successor
of St, Peter, who In turn Is elected by Car
dlnals choten for that purpose, Is there in
all this any despotism, that a corporation
should be able to petpetunte ltselt! Dors
she either compel, or attempt to compel
any men by civil power to become a mem
ber of her body, or if a member to remain
one hour sgalnst his will in her commun
ion Where I* the the despotism? Only b.
who desires admlasiou,believes uudoubtlng
)y every article ot her crew, is accepted.
Should any of her members, lay or cleric
cease to believe all her doctrines, or doubt
to
I
Heb. XIII. 8., and with which
the secular sword rullug
the truth of any of than, y<-t, whilst he
keeps hla unbelief on doubt h dden In them
hU own breast, ha Islet aioue be m*y
be Indeed a hypocrite a bad man hut if
he publishes bis uub liet, or attempts to
piopagnte It, or acts in a manner utterly
inconsistent with the faith and practice ot
the Church, be Is cutoff.at once by bis own
act, and has no more, any direct rights un
til he repents. Where,we asked In all this,
Is despotism? Has not the Church, the
rights granted to any and every corporation
—to state namely, her own laws, an ohoose
her members, and designate their qualiflca
tions? In what sense lhen can.the be called
despotic.
I would wish to call attention to the fact
that there is not now, unywbets a govern
ment which deserves the name of Catholic,
There Is no despotism to force men to bo
Catholics Consciences asd truth are the
only chains which blDd ns to the Cburob,
is uot every Catholic, hi a and woman, a s
nor all cleric and Ny perfectly free to 101
low their owd passion eveo if they! pltise •».
who binders any, or ciu binder them from
acting as they please. Can a government
be rightly called a despotism in any true
seuse, because it urges the necessity ol the
observance of law! Is the Judge who pro
oounces sentence upon a criintn 4 convicted
of tresssp-eslug laws lending the con
science, as they do, a despot? Or Is the
Sheriff, who in the discharge ol his painful
duty, Is obliged to hurl a fellow being In o
eternity in vindication Of the majesty of
the law to be culled "a sou! blighting and
soul crushing dtapos/'and for a much high
er and stronger reason was It uot allowable
lor 8t. Paul, acting In his high capacity of
executive officer in the church to anatbe
mat'e '.and deliver over to Satan the incest
uous Christian. Was he a despot, or did
he crush right mtaded chiistlans when he
rald: "Thou h even we, or an angel from
heaven should teach another doctrine than
that which you have received, let him be an
atLamatizm! Have we lost the use and the
sense of words in such a fearful manner that
the baby like utterance of complicated
thoughts and views should be substituted for
the divine authoritative teaching of Hun who
promised to be with His Church all days
even to the consuqi Ion of the world! Or do
the words of Christ: '.'He who hears you,
hears me, and he who? hear me, hears Him
who seut me,'" convey '**.® Idea of dsspoU
Ism! Was Christ a fietpst, lo the odious
sense in which a naturally good word has
been employed- despot meaning only SUf
with supreme authority, when he saia:
Unless be hears the Church' lit him be to
you as a heathen! But the only church
which tver did declare clearly unwaver
ingly a r d indisputably what men are to be
lieve, is simply that Church agaln-t whieh
our jealous friend raises his feeble Y>ice and
pronounces her a "soul crushing
and soul blighting despotism."
Or to make the matter still clearer, and use
a comparison Inadequate indeed; can the
State of Delaware, In any true aense be
called despotic because she allows no man
within her borders, to violate her laws with
impunity ? Can the Oonernment of the U.
8. as now constituted, be called despotic,
because It allows no insurrection against
law and order? Those who wish to rebel
may rise and go away whither they please,
but they eannnt remain wither her Juris
diction In rebtllie. The charge of despotism
against the church Is as thoroughly gratml
ious ss any slander can be, and proves that
he who made the charge knew not of what
,he spoke.
Let me urge upon B shop Lee that It Is not'
to# late for him to become a Catholic, md
leavethat Church, wb eh isone ota gnu.'of
those which are evan# cent; and in this re
gard the opposite oi the Catholic Church,
wblchbaaalways been -table, and will n> V*r
This |)o-ltlon w-s su t lined by
I
^
„ , _ . Iir . T » wnir a rurr PHTA
BAYARD IN 1 HlLADLLrlllA.
„„ . . _ ._
Hon. Thomas k .Bayard deliverer am ad
dre6s ) n the Academy of Music In Phllartsl
h( F.iday night to an .udlancenum
1 ,, ,
government wȤ'JlJL . g
.V"*' 'l!**LViorThS Dresent business
the leading remedy lor the present business
in depression._ M _ _
Slturd ev „ Dl0K siess-a. A. H. Weld,
Jil3( , 8 L * alul B cooper drove over
Newport and awabeued that quiet little
0 p t , greenest of Grec-n
'1® * *
ok a Bpeeuies.
(joe ol t he movers lu the temperance
„ or u of Wilmington who has for a consld
, r ..p me been lecturing about the country
I .an ev pel. with a young lady and *1000
I (rr> m Colon Bridge. Hs Is a married man.
pas* away.
,u>iierous passac-s fnm sclptu.c.
ACt'UrCli raid the Hit lit Kev. ■' paakrr,
i.'unded by'Jetus Christ, could not be des
potic, and ju.-t as toon as It b-came a
* Soul crushing, and soul blighting despot"
he Lord would withdraw his smiles.
The B hop conclud'd altT showing
p 'ctlons an 1 weakn^ssci lo the
many tm
outsld' sbtw ies t"-day which did not ex
i iolie Church and entering Into
st in tin
n ab'e a' d leng hy argument, to move
■n-i'in- oil uuchrts
hat i lie chare,. ,v
mi faith »»•'
J.tOH.
NEW Mi. -
ITS DEDICATION YBBTURDAY— INTE1HST
1NO r.XXBCISES, AND LAKOB ATTEND
ANCE.
Yesterday morning tbs new Mt. 8sb'm
M. E: Church, betwnn the Middle Depot
and Rising Sun, wasiiidicated 'o the service
of the Lord. Long before the hour of ser
vice large numbe.rsof persons could be seen
wending tbelr tfay towards th# charih,
,nd by 10.30 o'clock evsry available spot
Inside was occupied.
The services of the day opened with a
love fea-t, ' wWeh was held n 9 b'cl"-k
it, 10.30 o'clock the ded lea ory c-rvlce*
took piaee, Rev. R. L DawGieli. O. D.,of
Bahlmoro , delivered r.lo 1 dedicdtion.s»ermon f
hi aa able an int-in-atinn mauuer.
At 2 o'clock iu the. alt : noon the Sunday
School held tbelr riuiiion, at T o'clock In
the evening tno regular S"rvices took place,
A description oi t.lic building has already
appeared in the Her\i.d.
The services were of an Interesting chsr
acter.

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