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daily evenbto bulletin.! Deering: Camg Meeting.
MONDAY'EVTiJNING, ATO.1 14, 1882.
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year cdsts So, and for six months but S3.
Ourfriend Myall, we're pleased to 'say,
More popular is growing,
Because front out his heart he keeps
The milk of kindness flowing.
His hangs outside the door
In such a friendly way,
A country hull' in passing by
Paid him a
Ho met hisfriendly visitor
At threshold of the door,
And bowing said, "excuse me sir,
This is no china store."
A merciful, man is merciful to his beast
even if it be a borrowed one.
The fair at Cynthiana begins August
22nd and continues five davs.
Mr. Bendel has been ..appointed. S
the.Kentucky Central rail way.
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It .is whispered" that there is some probability
of a marriage between Craddock
and Lydia E. Pinkham.
The fete at Meudell's Gardens this evening
will be as enjoyable aa any given
this season. Don't fail-to attend.
Isaac Magoon,. engineer, at Trenary's
Mill, at Manchester,., had his leg. broken
last week by being caught in a belt that ho
was adjusting. He was otherwise seriously
On Sunday there were fifty-two car loads
of visitors vdeivered by the Kentucky
Central at Deering Camp-grounds. The
crowd present was estimated at-six
According to an exchange, green com is
half ruined if you cut it from the cob, and
to get the. full worth of the corn you must
eat it direct from the cob All of which is
good to know. - "
Tjie remains of Mrs. Ann Miller,
were brought., to Maysville on
Saturday and interred at the cemetery.
The deceased was formerly Miss Ann Pel-ham,
and at one time lived in this city.
The Bracken Bulletin say's the recent
seasonable weather has greatly promoted
the growth of the crops, A heavy yield
of -corn is now assured, and the tobacco
that succeeded, in. making-a stand is also
growing w.plh . . - ." . .
To-morrow the Feast' o the Assumption
of the Blessed Virgin Mary is & holy day
of obligation, upon, which all. Catholic? are
expected to assist at mass and icease from
unnecessary servile work. Mass will be
held at St. Palriclc's Churcht 6, 8;30, and
10 o'clock a in.., ...
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Robv McCall has re&urnei
to the Bonanza1
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A the fhira Clerk;
moted'to seeona - p : J
Sermons by Revs. Brewer and Dodd.
Interesting Family Re-union.
A Batch of Camp Currentcy.
From our Special Correspondent.
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:Phe1devoti0naimlki& ledlbv the
.Li'n. w'fnnfe'i r " 4 ,t
Xft &H' &$ Bishop H.
preached "atf ' exc'eiientermOnf omihe
words, "The spirit itself beareth witness
with our spirit, that we are the children
of God." Rom. 8:16.
At 3 Dr. T.- J. Dodd preached.
Text: Ephesians 4:19.
Rev. S. F. Brewer preached at night to
a very large audience; This gentleman
was once a lawyer and has profited by his
legal. studies. He has made a fine impression
here as a scholarly polished gentleman
and as an excellent preacher. The
text and general treatment were as follows
iGomB'nowihfl lot us
tV jOfc . 9 I1".. .w k. m H . .. & - . k '
ttwthet liOld1: houfeh:vnas flrnafihA?aq
I scarle"t?they Bhall tfel as ivffite .dsV'show ;
shall be white as wool.
Isa. 1:18. The christian religion is the
product of the divine. mind, and is the
highest and most perfect system of formulated
truth krfbwh to the moral world. It
is the .result of infinite reason, and is addressed
to man as worthy of his profound-est
Its claims to rational consideration.
1. As the product of this highest reason.
Two orders of reason.
The infinite which" deals with universal
facts, and arrives at infinite conclusions.
The fkiite reason being in possession
onty of partial fact, arrives at partial conclusions,
hence the' pfofouudest conclusions
of men are-partial and imperfect.
The Diviriemind being in possessionfpf
alt facts waf given us in -the gospel a perfect
system ot truth. The follies
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It condemns Christianity without investigating
its claims. .It regards. it as unworthy
of the cptfsidei? ation
Truth should be engendered though legions
should 'opp&ae if. Ytft it. is not true
that Christianity ii without bleadvocktes.
:Inl.thte cijiptureAfiyehave. MqlesMniel
and Paul great intellectual luminaries of
Ehirosopfi gives us Newton,
astronomy, Hersdhell, metaphysics, Des-'
.cartes and Bledsoe' law, Blackstone, and
ip'ljiysic To christians arefouncfin
Infidelity in possession' ef partial" facts
does not hesitate to SrawThlinite conclus
. ions. They talk of God, immortalily, -and
eternity as profession of till facts.
Infidelity is the product' df diseased
morals and not d healthy" '6r"ain. The
gospel is sufficiently supported by proof
to commandepjSroHatibn'oftlie rational
mind. : - ;'r
It prom'iseS'the greatest benefits to man
hence should -be profoutidly 'cbnsidered .
It cleanses the soul from grief.
It breaks the power -and dominion of
sin. ' ' ,
Removes the- penalty Its superiority
to civil pardons.
Its exalting effect upon the sane.
It ihta tharhioiijr with the
aimtfaml'pufposea of God.
It intiures to him everlasting; . glory, and
vn. An Jirivttation to 'corifabration
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"Gdme3"ljsb us reason together.". The
thQufehtoW .., .
V AireVonitioh 6f hurmVnrationality
and TeapQn8ibilityt:v ,; , - --2.
Object W It ill b be
exemplified iri this life.
4. The superiority of the christian faith,
to the Christian
'hearB tfib voitfe'of Gbd'speftkhi .from" the
an'd tmhVhBmiS& affifliah
jm possession Bf norfeKthred from
'rmafidfia audMtiona. that
sweep the horizon oTthaE myaFerious and
IllberettltofitJcebWiic.'. 1 ,
1. The apirituaVtransformatidn.
liketoHe! ' "re-a? llk'd 'tofiakWrStellb'e
&M&'mttU snbVr, Hk0 bdl:
how it enters into the warp and woof of
man's spiritual being., .... :.
2. This change is to be effected in the
1. Man is conscious of the presence of
sin and impurity. -
2. He may. he cqnsqious'pf ..pardon and
purity. . v - ., ; : Ki Ih
Can the unpenitent give a reason at the
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and its cognate blessings ? Can he give, a
aaiiaiaccory .reason ioi comraiuing soui
suicide ? God cannot saVe the impenitent
andf unbeliever without falsifying his word
and were he to do that he would cease to
A pleasant episode in the form of a reunion
took; place on the grounds Saturday.
The four Dorsey brothers,- with their families,
met together after some of them had
been separated for about thirty years.
Thos. Dorsey and family,' Carlisle, Ky. ;
Robert S. Dorsey, wife and two sons, Indianapolis;
Jerry S. Dorsey and daughter,
Columbia, Mo. ; Franklin E. Dorsey,
Norborne, Mo. ; Col. Parks and other relatives
composed the group. All felt grateful
to God for ji is kind providence over
them in bringing$hein "to enjoVeach
society WeYsft m'ahf "years' of
ThOfDeoDle cam,throucrhotit tha d.iv on
:'SatfoV Ataiight there were .abftut 1,200
people on the grounds. Several hundred
more than ever before. On Sunday trains
ran from Covington, Lexington ancl Maysville.
At least 5,000 people were on the
grounds. . ,Ata.thella. m.,. service itJs
estinlated that there "were presenr about
At 3 p. m., 800. Ttte orBer
and attention at both services Were absolutely
The management and the committee
deserve great praise for the way in which
everything has been conducted.
This great, religious gathering has been
productive "of great and listing good. The
social features have been pleasant but
incidental and subordinate. The calcium
light of. eternity will "reveal the' results
gathered from'the here
in the master's name.
Buckeye State Sunk.
Qn Friday afternoon. at Louisville, :the
steamer Buckeye State was swept over.the
darcPahd'. broken in tw,o She is'so bajdly
injured "she will have to be wrecked.
There were about thirty- passengers on
board but all escaped without injury. The
Points About People Here and Elsewhere.
Mrs.- Cook, of Lexington, is the. mother
of twenty-three children. ' .
Mr. C. N. Ironside, of the Cincinnati
Cinvntta. (avnrail flio Rhllarin with ii'rnll
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Mrs. Dr. C. O. Wright and children
and Mrs. D. K. Cady, sr., are visitingMrs.
Lou Ross. :" -.
Mr. W. R. Tate, of Cindinnati, is visiting
the family of Mrs. J. S. Chenoweth, of
Mrs. Barbee, of Danville, is the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. S. B. Alderson.
Mr. J. H. Garrett, formerly of this city,
is now in the lightning-rod business at
Mr3. Thos. H. Ryan, Miss Mary Bishop
and Miss Nellie Corbett, all of Cincinnati,
are visiting friends and relatives in this
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Rand, of Lewis
county, were the guests of the Central
Hotel this morning. .
Misses Alice and Florence Young, of St.
Louis, are visiting Mrs. Jerry F. Young,
of this city.
Mrs. Pattie McCowan and Mrs. Margaret
Glass, of Georgetown, Ky., are the guests
of Mrs. Henry P. Chenoweth.
Col. W. S. Rand, Mrs. Lucy C. Henry
and her daughter Miss ICate, of Lewis
County, left last week for Canada and the
St. Lawrence regions.
Mrs. Garrett S. Wall and children left
by the Bonanza, on Wednesday, for Edge-wood,
on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad.
They will be absent until September.
The Bracken Bulletin says: Miss;TBelle
D Phister and Miss Sophia Albert, two
handsome young ladies of Mavsville, arc
in the'eity, the guests of the family of .7 no.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Robertson left last
week for the White Mountains of New
Hampshire. Miss Mamie Pearce
boat was an old built nearly I panied them. They VflT be" al.se.nt for
a dozen years ago, at a cost of $40,000", and
was owned jointly by Captain James Reese
.of Pittsburg; Capt. Honshell, of Cincin-
nati.; T. T; Johnson, James Essinger afid
Mr. Schudewald, of Ashland, O. She was
235 feet long, with thirty-six feet beam,
ancLsix feet hold.nd had full length cabin
ancUtexas.: "She was a; gobd? 'freight boat
and had been a number of years in the
trade between Pittsburg and St. Louis.
The Buckeye State was valued at $12,000.
. James Mullins, Sr., James Mullins, Jr.,
SVilliamMoore; 'Benjamin Belcher; James
Bentley, and A. J. Sloane, who were convicted
some time ago in the U. S. Circuit
Court at Covington, for violating the Internal
Revenue laws, and sentenced to pay
a fine ot $100 and be confined in jail thirty
days .were; hrbught before U. Si' Commissioner.
YV.siAdair Saturday indfning and
dischargeo. Theyhadservedeuthe thirty
day3 confinement in Castle Gauit, and not
having the requisite means with which to
settle the fine, they took the insolvent
debtor's oath and were discharged as the
ffifrffrifpAwKiadretf il mt&ifoti
Pennsylvania street, Indianapolis, Ind.,
until August 20th, after which she will be
at her residence southeast corner of Fourth
and Limestone streets, this city. Catalogues
of the Institute can 'be obtained at
J. James Wood's drug store.
Jay Hubb;ll will have to revise his
"voluntary subscription" circular to me4t
thtdemand8toJ .the. 250 additional clerki
figiir'illu'Mtratiii; the turpitude of sin lately appointod.in.the pension offico.
Maysville, Ky., Aug. 12, 1882.
To Jos.'F; Brodrick, Agent 'Equitab'e
Life.1 Assurance Company, JN". Y. :
DeAr Sir A few days ago I forwarded
papers proof of the death of Henry C.
Campbell. To-day I am in- rereipt of
check for the amount, and while it is not
large it will help the widow. I have been
a policy holder in the Equitable for many
years and have been of opinion for all
those years that this is the best life' company
in America, and would recommend
it to all persons wanting insurance, combining
a profitable investment with life
insurance. Very respectfully,
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"Morris C. Hutciiins,
Attorney for Mrs. Campbell.
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. Corrected dolly by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
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