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daily evening bulletin, ! Peering Camp Meeting.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUG. 9, 1882. : 1
kossek & McCarthy,
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meeting, The contract provides for fifteen
Mr. Charles Chappel, who-lives near
Lewisburg, had both of his feet crushed
Monday by cars at Marshall's Station while
loading wheat on the train.
Messrs. B. F. Thomas & Co., of the
Coonville rock quarry have contracted to
furnish eight hundred perches of stone to
be used in the construction of the jail.
Col. W. W. Baldwin estimates the
damage to the Maysville and Lexington
Turnpike by the recent storm, at $1,000,
which is much less than was at first
Marshal Ed. Fitzgerald went to Rip -ley
on Monday, and brought back Wm.
Marshall, colored, indicted at the last October
term of the circuit court for burglary.
Marshall had been apprehended by
the Ripley officials.
The Aberdeen Reed and Cornet Band
will give a moonlight fete next Saturday
evening at the grounds near Esquire
Massie Beasley's residence , There will be
good music and all facilities for dancing.
Everybody is invited.
At Frankfort, on Monday, Ed. McElroy,
colored, had a disturbance at the polls with
another negro. In an attempt to arrest
him Bud Egbert was shot and seriously
wounded. The crowd fired on McElroy
and killed him instantly.
The East End Reed and Cornet Band
announce another moonlight fete on Thursday
and Friday evenings at the grounds
adjoining the Presbyterian chapel and the
residence of Joseph Deiner in East Maysville.
The usual good time may be looked
The open air concert by Haucke's Band
takes place this evening at the foot of Sutton
street. The programme is as follows :
March Mascot Krai
Polka Leaf by Loaf. Ripley
March Unique.,??. ,.A.Mi ,M. E. Sims
Grand Fantuzla..: ..f....;..n.........'.Meyerbeer
' "Signal GaUoppr.. .....V'.Freider
Monday's and Tuesday's Proceedings
Sermona by Revs. M. D.
Reynolds, J. K. Deering, W.
T. Rowland, W. F. Taylor
and Dr. Hendrix.
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The smoke of battle's cleared away
And peace relgt.s everywhere,
So let us buckle down to work
And boost the Maysville Fair.
Everybody there should go,
The people big and small,
For you can bet it's going to be
A for us all.
; Col. Baldwin' expects to clear $5,000
on fifty acres of land in tobacco, cultivated
partnership with a tenant.
The body of Wra. Restorton, who was
drowned from a balloon, at this place last
Saturday, was found on Monday, near Dover.
The Maysville Fair Company have secured
Haucke's band for the apyroaching
Gail Notes General and Personal,
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2.15! .Prayer isihat passionoMh
Rev. M. D. Reynolds, of Maysville, Kv.,
preached at 3 p. m.
Th.e words that I speak unto you, they
are spirit and they are life. St. John G:3.
The speaker stated that in order to a
correct understanding of these words it is
necessary to know something of the audience
addressed. Words taken out of the
time, place and condition of their utterance
are, not unfrequently, misconstrued.
Especially is the danger "of misconstruction
from this source great in what may
be called the discoursive or sermonic portions,
of. the Bible. Here an andenceis
addressed,.and to look at- the discourse
without the audience were rule
of !rcorrjefiCihterpretiti6n. The; audience
was in Capernaum. It had gathered about
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1 Uhnst, not because of a belief in his mi
Tney were oread lovers nearly, always
hungry. This appetite was made the basis
of a teaching of spiritual import.
Christ preached Himself unto them as
the "bread which cometh down from
Heaven." His discourse was figurative.
His figure based on the fact of bread. The
words of the. text being in this discourse
are to be intrepreted in a figurative sense
revealing or pointing to Christ as the
source of spiritual life.
There is too much emphasis sometimes
put upon biblical criticism. The words of
the bible are often magnified above Christ.
.They are only important as they reveal
Him. God wants us to thinjcof the words
of the Bible as John thought of Christ.
"He must increase but I must decrease."
The language of the Scripture is td be lost
sight of in the full presence of Christ, whom
it rd veals ". ' ',
The remainder of the discourse . was
in answer to the question ":what is the
life which Christ gives?"
There were in this sermon gems- of
thought and many passages of exquisite
Sermon at 8 p. in., by Rev. J. K.
Text: Come. now "and let us reason
together, saith the Lord; though your sins
be as scarlet, they shall be as white as
snow ; though they be red like crimson,
tney shall be as wool. Isa. 1:18 He stated
that Isaiah, the author of this text, lived
in the midst of a people degenerate and
almost wholly corrupt. The language,
however, was not to be confined to them
but is applicable to all sinners. The subject
was treated under two heads. 1st.
What does it mean ? 2nd. What does it
The text demands that every sinner shall
consider and reason in regard to his sins
both in relation to the law and the effect
on his own life. Sin separates the soul
from God. Parties estranged to be reconciled
must be brought together. God and
the sinner must come together and reason
about the estrangement. This reasoning
about his sins leads a sinner to see them
as never before. When the sinner meets
God and confesses his sins then the text
requires that God should forgive him.
It promises the pardon of the greatest
sins. Red is. the deepest coor, hardest to
be removed,'! yet tins-is' to j)eVmade white
as snorwf No cplbr deejberjthan red, nothing
Whiter than 'snow This'liows God's
willingness tov forgive the greatest of sinners.
rK, i ,. - - TUESDAY. & ' ' '
Morning worship was conducted by the
Rev. W. T. Rowland. The devotional
meeting was led by the. Rd v. .Jos.-Rand.
At this meeting many witnesses bore testimony
for Christ. "
The .aged and thoyoun alike spoke of 4 five cents,
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the preciousnessof the religion of Jesus.
This religion does effect the lives of men
now and is still a power in the world.
The testimony of such persons would be
received in any court of justice respecting
worldly matters. It is equally credible
The sermon to the children was preached
by the Rev.W. F.Taylor; text, Keep thy
tongue from evil, and thy lips from speaking
guile. Psalm 34:13.
The speaker referred to the philospher
who orr ered respectively the best and the
worst dish when expecting guests. In
each instance tongues, and nothing but
tongues, were served up. The servants
explained when an astonished inquiry
was made that the tongue is both the best
and the worst thing in the universe, for,
therewith we . bless God and curse men.
use of the tongue Was made 'to
represent backbiting, lying, swearing. 2.
The best use singing and praising God.
At 11 a. m., Dr. Hendrix preached from
the words, But ye shall receive power, after
that the Holy Ghost is come upon you;
and ye shall be witnesses unto me bot'hjm
Jerusalem, and in Judea, and in Samaria,
and untd the uttermost parts of the earth.
Acts l:S-Treated substantially as follows:
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The creed'of everv branch- of fChrist's
church and of each believer is, "I believe in
the Holy Ghost." This creed was early
formulated. He'deprecated the prevalent
custom of using he word it with reference
to the holy spirit. This word is never
so used in the bible. Gibbons reason for
the spread of Christianity were cited and
raculous power which fed them, but be-'shown to be insuffkiint since all these
cause tney "did eat or the loaves and I requisites were -possessed by the apostles
fishes." It was composed of a thriftless,
ignorant, hungry set, before whose eyes
the loaves and fishes were tar more important
than the supernatural power of Jesus.
"What was Christ to do, then, with such
an audience? Evidently to lift their minds
out of this groveling state and to turn
them away from the body and jts appetites.
who were destitute of power until they received
the fulfillment of the promise.
Learning, splendid music, all appliances
inadequate to accomplish the work of
saving souls unless the Holy Spirit works
in convicting and converting power. The
ancients supposed fire a secret from the
Gods. The secret of all the churches success
is the fire of the Holy Spirit. This
power manifests itself in a witnessing
church. The symbol of this fire among
men is the human tongue. The human
tongue must be moved by the Holy Spirit.
This gift of power is bestowed upon us in
answer to prayer.
Rev. W. T. Benton and family are visiting
Rev. W. W. Moore, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, Millersbunr. Kv.. Rev.
FLEMING COUNT V.
The election passed off quietly. In the
Flemingsburg precinct Henry's majority
is 50. The whole democratic ticket was
elected by about 250.
In the county Henry has 800 majority.
All the democratic ticket is elected by the
Rich Reid 2M
T. J. Henry v 997
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-l"A. kj W CutiMiMnti at 4u
W. T. Field 90S
J. R. Minor 800
P. H. Clayton 101
G. W. Jordan .... V1U
W. Q. Mo.Vtee 1,250
I. H. Klllpatrick ay
G. BPoage 801
Jaa. A. McOaru ..,.......;. ,.1,301
Geo. Honston 1.287
Henry Metcalfe 1,W6
Jas. Heflerman 87Q
Jas. B. Gulp 1,815
H. M. Hargett 0;
For School Tax 1,192
Against SchooTTaj; .....,.f...?.r..j?..:.c..i:r..7..... 521
Shelled oats declined eighteen cents at
Lexington. Wheat sold there at eighty-
R. D. "Wilson was elected County Clerk
by a majority of 53; Bullock the Democratic
candidate for Assessor was elected
by 125; Hull Democrat was elected
Sheriff'.; Fryer, Republican was elected
County Judge by 150, and Si J. Pugh Republican
was elected County Attorney.
Sales or Land.
The following changes in the ownership
of land have been recorded at the office
of the Clerk of the County Court, since
our last report :
Dennis Lane and wife to A. Hunter, lot In
Washington; consideration SS50.
L. U. Blatterman to J. R. Sousley, two lots
and buildings thereon, on Fifth Street, Maysville,
Ky.; consideration 81,600.
Points About People Here ami Elsewhere.
Mr. Henry Smoot, we are glad to say, is
Miss J. R. Parke is visiting friends at
Mrs. Henry Green, Miss Sallie Kane,
and Miss Maggie Green, are visiting at
Miss Lizzie Clark, of ciiicinnatti, left for
Flemingsburg this morning.
Col. T. A. Respess and Mrs. A. C.
and family have returned from
Miss Bodie L. Montjoy, of Lexington,
Mo., is visiting Mrs. Anna L. Montjoy, of
Major Geo. T. Browning, formerly of
this county, died last week, at St. Paul,
Minn. His wife who died a few years ago,
was a daughter of the late John A. M -
Lexington has subscribed al out S40,C09
for the establishment of a watch factory
It is said that the Rev. R. M. Gano, of
Kentucky, has just, made $40,000 in a land
trade in Texas.
W. W. Chamberlain, Tilton, K., iW. Jas. The wheat crop of the United States is
Mann, Carlisle, Kv., Elder Waters of Ar- now estimated at 300,000,000 bushels.
Col. Flanagan and wife of Winchester
are enjoying the social and religious features
of this meeting.
Arrivals to-night: Rev. S. F. Brewer,
Louisville Conference, G. W. Overstreet,
Willimastown, G. C. Kelly, Covington, E.
H. Pearce, Versailles.
Messrs. Brooks & Parker are talking of
starting two street omnibusses to run from
the cemetery to the west end. The enterprise,
it seems to us, if properly
and conducted would be a profitable
one. But Messrs. Brooks & Parker ought
not to make the mistake of charging too
high a rate of faro. At a low price the
omnibusses would be filled all the time,
otherwise they are likely to le empty.
The Boston Herald is of the opinion
that General Butler can have the Democratic
nomination for Governor if he will
take it "straight," but that there is likely
to be opposition to his desire for nomination
by the Independents, with Democratic
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Corrected daily by G. V. Geiskl, p;rocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone S 7 25
Maysville Family 0 25
Maysville City 0 75
Mason County 0 25
Kentucky Mills fl 0U
Butter, lb 2925
Egg.s.$l doz M - 15
Meal peck M
Molasses, fauoy.... 80
Coal Oil, $ gal. 20
Sugar, granulated ID - U
yellow Tfl B .'.... 9W
Hams, sugar cured $ tt a
Bacon, breakfast V lb - M
Hominy, $ callon.,.. ., ui
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