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Those who got their grip-sacks out
And softly sped away,
To Cincinnati's big parade,
On Exposition Day,
Have gotteu back and from their lo6ks,
We very greatly fear,
The only sights that mauy saw,
Were sights of lager beer.
The board met at the usual hour on
Thursday evening, President Pearce, in
the chair, and all the members present
except Messrs. Hechinger, Pearce and
The monthly reports of the city officers
were presented as follows :
Fines assessed by mayor Sl92 00
Fines collected by marshal 174 (JO
Net wharfage 2C0 55
The following claims were presented and
J. Brophy and others, work 239 11
S. Creighbauin, watching bridge 15 00
Charles Dawson " " 13 50
John Coffee, breaking rock 0 00
J. Caiman, breaking rock 0 00
J.M. Lane, rock 2 45
Moran & O'Brien, rock 10 05
W. O. Brlen, rock 9 GO
John Powers, work 45 Oi)
J. Fitzgerald, jr., work 22 50
J. Fitzgerald, sr., work 29 00
M. Conner, hauling 1 25
Collins, Rudy fc Co., lumber 5 2S
Win. Wormald, coal 28 56
D. F. Bendel, groceries 2 00
A, C. Respess. hauling 0 00
Airs. S. A. Mills, boarding paupers 104 90
H. Januar y, relief to paupers 10 75
E. E. Pearce, money advanced 12 CO
Thos. Graves, work 14 00
A. AfcCormickt lumber 1 00
Republican, advertising 5 00
E. Comptee, whitewashing 2 50
Ed. W. Fltzgeratd, hauling dead animal.. 75
Gas Company 230 55
J. Aikmau, work J 56
Total .S839 71
To settle with Heflin further time.
Chute at bridge further time.
Repair of upper grade further time.
Tanyard sewer further time.
It was ordered that tho sum of $303 95
be paid to the Historical Society, it being
the interest on the Greenwood fund.
The committee on the removal of the
water trough in the Fifth "Ward reported
progress and were granted further time.
The committee to consult with the fire
companies about the sale of an engine was
granted further time.
Bridge committee further time.
Building permits were granted' as follows
: J. A. Diener, coal and ice house ;
Pearce Brothers, frame office; Henry
Dersch, frame blacksmith shop; Mrs.
Fannie Campbell, addition to dwelling ;
W. H. Poliitt, frame dwelling; Frank
JMiller, frame dwelling.
A complaint about a moonlight fete
given in the 5th ward by Hester Stanton,
colored, was referred to the mayor and
Mess:s. Dawson and Mathews resigned
as members of the bridge committee. Mr.
Alexander wag appointed To fill'Mr. Math-
Mrs. Harvy S. Sullivan, of Springfield,
III., is visiting her mother, ftirs.'PMoran,
otthis cityr T jfLV&VtXVtXI
More About Stmctiflcatioii.
Maysville, Ky., Sept. 6, 1882.
Ed. Daily Evening Bulletin: permit
me to say to "Unsanctified," that by a
careful reading of Psa. 14, that he will
find that David did not include himself
in saying "There is none that doeth good,
no, not one." But the fools, who say in
their heart there is no God, verse 1 and
workers of iniquity who "eat up my people
as they eat bread, and call not upon
the Lord,"" verse 4. But in verse 5 the
Psalmist sayst "That God is in'the generation
of the righteous." The true interpretation
of the Psalm quoted from, is
that God in vain looks among those who
in their heart deny his existence for righteousness
or goodness, but does find a generation
of righteous persons among his
people who believe in Him. And in Rom.
3:10, St. Paul makes the quotation from
this Psalm to show that those (Rom. 1:2, 1)
who had known God and had become
vain in their'imagination, and whose foolish
heart was darkened were (Rom. 3:10)
not righteous, no, not one. The apostle
and Psalmist each speak of the same class
of persons but neither of them includes
those who are God's accepted people; they
are those who are included between verses
10 and 18 of Rom. chap. 3. (Read these
verses.) Now as to the Apostle Paul personally,
I think "Uusanctified" misses the
mark utterly. St. Paul describes man in
this epistle in three different conditions.
First, in his natural, and acquired corruption
of heart and life. Second, in his
awakened state, realizing his sin, corruption
and danger, not able to find relief
from inbred sin and acquired guilt, doing
what he saw was wrong by an irrepressible
force within him, and not doing what
he saw was right, because of a want of
power. St. Paul here is simply setting
forth in the fir3t person such a condition.
Third; he then brings up the condition of
one who has passed from that state into
sanctification. Chap. 8:14. "There is
therefore noiv, no condemnation to them
who are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after
the flesh but after the spirit. For the
law of the spirit of life in Christ Jesus
hath made me free from the law of sin
and death. For what the law could not
do in that it was weak through the flesh.
God sending his own son in the likeness
of sinful flesh and for sin condemned sin
in the flesh, that the righteousness of the
law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not
after the flesh, but after the spirit." Now
I ask, what is the " righteousness of the
law ?" Certainly, just what I said in my
last, to love God with all the heart, and to
be cleansed from all sin. There is St.
Paul's description of a christian. For how
could Paul have this awful corruption,
condemnation and body of death, and be
free from sin, anjl be dead to sin, and
alive to God at the same time, and as he
says crucified to the world? in Gall. 0:14.
The fact is unsanctified people have
been trying long enough to find a palliation
of their yet inward unhoiiness in
this ficticious representation of St Paul's
sinfulness. It is a slander on this holy
apostle. The life and work of Paul shows
that he was not, after becoming a disciple
of Christ in either the first or second condition
described, but in the third. As to
Christ being the holy one, of Israel and
holy one of God. If his holiness excludes
others from being holy, then it is wrong to
sa v the angels are holy. He also say3 scri
The Holy Ghost. The Christ is called
the holy one eminently. Through him
holiness is possible to men. So of the
Holy Ghost, it imparts holiness to them.
If unsanctified will notice closely he will
finxl out that these descriptions of Christ
and the Spirit are used iri reference to
their relation to man as a sinner to whom
they come to make him holy. But is holiness
necessarily an immortal state ; then
why did not holy angels who fell
in it, and why not Adam, for he was
made in the image of God, which St. Paul
says consisted in righteousness and true
holiness. But from this Adam fell, unsanctified
atti ibuted to the pure ? old man of
whose hair was whitened by so mauy
years of loving service, language he only
quoted from other intelligences, instead of
using it himself. But we believe that God
is the only being who is holy in Himself.
The holiness of all finite beings is derived
from Him. Christians derive their holiness
through Christ and the Hdly Spirit.
It is sai"d that God only has immortality,
yet we all believe in our own immortality,
God is the living G.od, yet in Him
we live. -Now whysuduld a 'man be taken
to heaven as soon as holy ? does not this
world need holy men and women, is not
a pure man a better representative of
Christ Than-an impure and corrupt one?
We dont know whether Enoch .and Elijah
laid claim to sanctification or not, neither
They doubtless were holy before translation,
else they could not "have been received
into a holy heaven, isow as to
the idea that death is to finish the work
of our purification, it seems to me, that
would be giving death the power that the
gospel of Christ has i. e., to purify. I fear
the old idea that matter is inherently evil
still clings to our unsanctified brother.
There can be no moral evil in that which
cannot think, and will and have affections.
The body does not do either of these.
Our corruption is in our spiritual nature,
not in the physical. Where the soul is impure,
the body is its instrument. When
the soul is malle pure by the application
of the blood of Christ by the Holy Spirit,
the body becomes its instrument for holy
and righteous acts. I am sorry that
sanctified" is hopeless of being sanctified
in this life, for I have no hope of that
work being done for him after this life and
therefore he will never be fit for heaven.
I don't believe in either a first or second
class purgatory. I don't find in scripture
any warrant for the belief that death has
anything to do in relieving the soul from
sin. A man sanctified before death remains
so after death, and one unsanctified
before death remains so after death. 1
John, 1. S. This is the last difficulty.
The apostle John was here combating
the notion of a sect that believed
and taught that when a man became
a christian that whatever he might
do he was necessarily sinless, that sin by
him was not sin. Therefore though they
went to great excess they claimed they
were still in a state of j ustirlcation. Hence
he says if we say we have no sin the truth
is not in us, that is, if we make our religion
a cloak to cover our sins, the truth is
not in us. Now he says of these people,
chapter 2, 10. They went out from us because
they were not of us. But to his
brethren "he says: I write to you, young
men, because ye have overcome the wicked
one. Surely if they had overcome the
wicked one they were holy, sanctified. I
have pursued this subject much further
than I intended, and here I shall stop and
decline any further notice of the difficulties
of "Unsanctified," referring to a small
book on the subject written by Rev. G. D.
Watson, D. D., of Newport, Ky., and sent
postpaid by the author for 25 cents.
Qamp Meeting Correspondent.
The Yeoman in speaking of the
of the Maysville fair says : - i
It is one of the most attractive programmes ;
we have seen durlnz the season. The classes.
are very numerous, and the premiums unusua
liberal. This fair will be very largely attended
as its first season was a pronounced success.
A number of geutlerneu trom this city, Including
the governor, will probably go clown and
spend a day or two with the enterprislug Mason
The Kentucky Central Railroad will run
a special train from Mavsville, on next
Sunday, to Mt. Sterling, beinir the occasion
of the dedication of the Catholic
church there, under the personal supervision
of Rev. Father Jones. Fare for the
round trip $2. Trains will leave Maysville,
G a. m. returning, leave Mt. Sterling
5 p. m.
Higgins is quite an amateur in music,
and the other evening iavored his friend
Spriggins with a rendition of an operatic
gem. Spriggins thought he would say
something pleasant, so he remarked, ''Hig-gins,
my bov, vour voice ought to be cultivated,"
And Higgins didn't take it the
right way at all, and they don't speak now.
Corrected daily by G. W. Geisel, grocer, Second
street, Maysville, Ky.
Limestone 8 7 00
Maysville Family 0 00
Maysville City 0 00
Mason County 0 00
Keutucky Mills 6 75
Butter, ft ft 30
Eggs, ft doz - 15
Meal ft peek 30
Molasses, fancy W)
Coal Oil, ft gal 20
Sugar, granulated ft lb lxA
4 A.fttb H
yellow ft tt 910
Hams, sugar cured ft to 13
Bacon, breakfast ft lb - 1(
Hominy, ft uallou 0
Beans ft gallon oo
Potatoes ft peck 20
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