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VOL. 5 NO. 57. MAYSVILLE, KY THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1886. PRICE ONE CENT.
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"WE AT WAIT I F01U"
EVANGELIST SAM JONES ANSWERS
A Ornnd that L Powerful In It
ltcmimliiK". Ixiglrnl In IStery Argumentative
l'i I nf, nml Highly
Six Ilioimiu'il Pouftlo 1'iei.oiit.
Cincinnati, 0., Jan. SX. Riv. Sam Jones
had atiothor tremendous crowd in Music
Hall which filled tho bnll'from stage to door
thcro being fully six thousand people
Tho Interest in tbo meetings is still
and Music Hall will not bo able to hold
tho crowds if It continues.
Mr. M. J. Maxwoll led tho cliclr nnd after
tho rendering of "Bouluh Lnud''Rov. Dr. W.
M. Loftwich, of Nashville, Tenn., delivered
nu eloquent prayer, lull of power, and
prayed tor blessings upo i every church nnd
upon all uv'iubcrs, and that tho end may bo
the reformation of tho strongholds ot sin in
Text : "What wait I fori My hope is in
"Brethren, I want to cnll your nttentlon
first to the very practical wny this question
Is put 'What wait I tor? I want to get
very closo to you, brethren, iu tho text. 1
want to go down on your side and talk on
your sldo awhile. I know men will think,
aud I know men will roason, aud I know
men will weigh thought nnd weigh reason,
and welch logic aud weigh conclusions 1
know you are a man, nnd I know you have
a right to think. I want to get on your side
aud talk with you nwhllo on your side of the
question, and now lot's answer this question
from your standpoint. 'What wait I forf
"Well, there's a man over youndor, he
says: 'I'll tell you what I am waiting for.
I want tlmo to consider this question. Th n
is a momentous question. It is tho biggest
qucs ion of lime and of eternity. 1 don'
liko to be hurried into a thing liko this. 1
want tlmo to consider and to think over
this question. I want to weigh it, and when
I co into it I want to go in to stay, and I
don't want to bu uurrlod into it iu excite
"Well, brethren, let us see how much this
weighs with a scnslblo man. 'I want time
to cousidor.' Consider whatl To consider
whother it Is right to do right? Whotuer it
is wrong to do wrong? Tlmo to consider
whother it 1b better to be good than bad? To
consider whether it Is better- to go to hell
than to go to heaven?
"Ono man says, 'I'm waiting for tlmo to
consider. I'vo soon for some time I ought
to do right and ought to quit wrong, ana 1
wished mi nv n day iu tho past I was a good
man. I'vo been ash tmed of myself in the
presence of my wife aud cbildron, and I'm
sorry to-night 1 oint a good man, but I'm
waiting for tlmo to consider.' 1 cun tell you
In a inluuto I would rather go to heaven
than to bell; rather be a gcod man tbau a
bad man; rather be a good 'father than a
bad fathor. I don't want any tlmo to consider
a question like that.
"If you want to drink whisky, and play
cards and go to the theater, and dnuce, and
kick up tho dovil generally, you stay out
where you arel You hear me? Ain't that n
"I know some churches will compromise
with you pretty low, and somo will let tho
fenco dowu pretty low for you.
"One day I was travollng, and on the
Journey tho train stopped at a station, uud
on tho platform thero woro three ladles; and
as the train slowly rollod up aud then
stopped, thoy woro within throe feet of mo.
Ono lady said, 'Are you going to the ball
this ovenlug?' Tho young lady asked said,
'No, I ain't going.' 'Why, why!' add tho
other. 'Ob, yes,' she continued; 'I forgot
you woro a Mothodist, and you Methodists
don't havo many privileges or lib'rJm. '
Said tho other, 'No, it nlu't bocnus3 I'm a
Methodist I dou't go, but it's because I just
dou't want to go.' Tho other ludy said,
'You Methodists don't havo any privilege
at ail; why, our proachor and our church
dou't caro how much we go to bulls.'
"Thou tho train pulled out from the station,
and I was so glad I just wanted to go
right out on top of the car aild halloo out,
"llurrih for Mothodisml' 1 hat's the way 1
felt about it.
"Whenover a Baptist, or a Presbytorlnn,
or a Catholic, or an Episcopalian, or a Chris
tian iu any of tho churches says: 'Why, our
churcU don't object to dnuclng and car
playing and liquor drinking,' you can just
tell tiiat member of tho church I say ho lies,
and tells a lie as black as boll I There isn't a
church in nil this laud that names the mm
of Christ that has not pronouueed agaiiibi
nil those things. Hoar that?
"You take the Episcopalian church: I told
them out In St. Joe nud tltey'ro mightj
nice clover people, too they too., a hand In
tho moetiug and tho roctor was out reeulai .
'You talk about boing tho church of God,
nud you've turned out to bo nothing but
Go J Almighty's crochot society.' I woke
them up there.
"Hear mo: If I belong to any church calling
itsjlf a church, aud it dou't objict to
dancing, theater-going, card-playing uud
members, why, I wouldu't
stay in that church long enough to get my
hat I'd just run out bareheaded I If I am
'going to be a Christian I'll bo ono from hea'l
to foot, through nnd through. I um not
now, nud, God helping mo, I'll never be a
of humanity romlnd mo of a
hungry man, who is tnkeu up to a table
loaded with overythlu? gool. You nsk him
to ent and ho says, 'No, I aiut tltton,' and
you asl: him why, 'Because my hands nro
dirty;' nnd you 6ay 'Hero' wntor, wash
them,' nnd he'll say, 'No, I aiut fllten.' And
he stands there and starves to denth.
Brother, come up abd join tho church. 'I
nlnt fitteu.' 'Well, come up and get lltten.'
Aud ho says, 'Woll, I aiut flttcu to got lit-ten.'
What nro you going to do with a case
like that? What nro you going to do with
tlilH follow? Friends, lot's ho sensible. Your
Very unfitness makes a foundation plank
upon which you cun walk to Christ, aud,
bear ma to-night, tho fact that you ore not
fit is tho only thing about you that commends
you to God at all. How fool.su men
nr . Jesus Uirist never enmo to call tbo
rig;jt'oaw to ropeiitaucj; hi cauw to catl
ners. If you aint fit, I'll make you lit. If
you are fit I havo no uospol for you.
"Auotbor says, 'I nm waiting until I get
fit Tho Lord knows I ain't setting auy
fast. I nin't going ns I usoi to be. I
want to know I'll got through beforo I start.
I am afraid to Btnrt because I can't got
through.' Well, lot's look at that in a common
sense view. Somo of you go to
Now Yor.! ovory threo mouths. Do you
wait beforo starting until you know you'll
get through! How do you know you won't
dio on tho road, or how do you know you
will get to Now York? Somotlraos trains
havo been thrown off a bridge down to tho
river far below. How do you know the
train you'ro going on won't meet that
"There's a poor little sinner; ho wants religion
enough ueforo he starts to tHko him
through. If you hid enough religion in
you to tako you through before you started
It would blow you to pieceu, my friend.
"Hear mo, friends, Thirteen years ago 1
didn't have steam onough to start, aud I had
to pinch it along with a ctowbnr, but I generated
grace foster thnn the engineer did
stoani after I started. I hadn't run ton miles
to glory beforo I was blowing off.
"All you need to do is to get steam onough
to start w ith If vou pull out tho throttle on
your will and start to glory you won't be
running many hours until you'll havo to
" 'Quit wrong and do right,' Unit's enough
to start with. I alu't w.titlug for tlmo to
consider. I ain't waiting until tlio church
gets right; I ain't waiting until I got fit, but
I'm going to start rlgbt uow. That's tho
"You must have hopo. Hope is not in
anything on this earth, but it is in God. A
man is as strong as tho thing ho commits
himself to. If I was to start across the Atlantic
in a paper box I would not get any
further than tho box kept out tbo wot, 'but
if I started across in ous of grand old
steamers, with their powerful engines and
the intelligent captains, I'll have all tho
powor that is in them witu which to get to
"I put my hopo In God, and there shall be
my fuith forever Amen."
NOVEL OUTRAGE BY TRAMPS.
They Wild u Wnto in mi und I.onvo Hint to
Prenn While l'hcy Sldop Comfortably.
New Yohk, Jau. 2S Tiiree tramps from
the uqueuuet committed un outrago on u
night watchman at bing Sing, which was
as novel as it was atrocious. About 11
o'clock John B.'.ym, watclimau at E. G
Blakesley's& Cj. 'a foundry, went into thi
yard aud was confronted by threo meii wlu
said thoy worked nu too aqueduct Tuov
asked for a drink of water. When they baa
drank ho said ho would show tuom tbo way
out, aud went ahead with the lantern.
Whllo passing tbo furnao the watchman
was und warued not to uwku mr
noise. His bauds and anus were secure..
bound and he was led out to tho yard, vbor
he was tied to un old hoisting crano bn.i .
and foot I'ha men theu whispore. iu h
ear that If thoy heard anything out of nw
thoy would como back and club him. 'in
men theu1 stretched themselves outonth
floor iu front of the furnace, whero U.o
slopt all uigut At 7 o'clock thoy untio..
tuo watchman, who was so benumbed witu
tho cold that he o u!d scarcely move, and
sayiug to him that they were much oblige-i
to him for keeping ro quiet thoy took their
departure. Bayiu dragged himself into the
boiler room in a half frozen condition. A
man answering the description or ono of tho
tramps was at Tarry ti wo, but he
prov.d his luuoceuco nud was discharged.
Its Only I' tun ill o Student Abandons lu
all for Cnue.
New Haven, Conn., Jan. "8. Tho Yolf
law school mis just lost tho ouly femalo stu
dent, whoso unmo was over entered on its
rolls' of membership. Her name is Miss
Alico Jordan, and sho has for the last threo
mouths been a member of tho junior class,
coming thither from a small western village.
Tho olllcers of tho school held a inostin.
recently and decided that no dogreo could b
awarded Miss Jcnlan on account of her box,
and learning this fact tho youag lady notified
'tho faculty of her withdrawal Witu
the exception of tho art school, no depart-men
of Yalo has heretofore over received a
female pupil, aud Miss Jordan's withdrawal
uow leaves tho university iu its tormei
Went to tho Pen.
PiTTSiiuno, Jan. 28. Milton Weston, the
Chicago capitalist, convicted of murder in
the second degroe, enterod tho crimiiia.
court accompauied by bis brother aud
daughter. His counsel at once informed
Judge Bailoy that Weston was iu the hands
of tho court The court thou directed tlnu
Weston be conveyed to tho Western penitentiary
and there confined for tho term of
Qvo years. Mr. Weston bado farewell to
his friends, and In company with a doput.'
sheriff was drivon to tho penitentiary. All
legal proceedings havo beeu abandoned, nnd
tho efforts of his counsel will bo directed
toward procuring a pardon.
Clinrced With Murder.
Nabhville, Tenn., Jan. 28. Dotectlves
have returned to tho city havlug in custody
Bill Brown and Bob McLean, colored, who
nro charged with murder. A boy named
Nosbey was also brought in as a witness.
Brown is a brother of Bon Brown, who is
wautod on the same chargo but who has not
been foupd. It has boen thought for
days that tbo mutllatoJ body found near
Holls Half Aero last Monday night, was
that of Frank Arnold, tho mulatto who
mysteriously dlsappoarod sovoral weeks ago,
and the invests above reforred to nro in
connection with that trial.
New Yohk, Jau. 28. At tho nunual
dinner of the Droo'tliu It 'form Ionguj It) v.
Henry Ward Boucher presided, and said ttia
Idoas of tree trado were stoadily gaining
ground. Henry Goorgo said that ns it was
absurd to tax men for bringing wealth Into
tbo country, so it was absurd to tax tho production
ot wealth in the couutry. Monouro
D. Conway, Joslah Quiuey, David A, Webs,
and other also made free trade speochoa and
letters of regret were rocoivod from
Carlislo, Hurd, Springer, Tucker
TEE MIDNIGHT OIL.
BURNED BY THE SOBER HEADS OF
THE OPPOSING FACTIONS.
for the T'nipoMO of DovUInc by
Wlilvli the Sqimbhlu Muy Ito
Ainlciibly AdJiiNled Ions Miulo,
Columbus. O, Jan. 28.-The Indications
arc that notwithstanding tho wild talk from
both sides, tho senatorial muddle may bo
adjusted on n peacenblo basis. Tho cooler
beads on both sides spout tho entire night In
nn endeavor to come to au amicablo agreement
nud tho result was apparent, when directly
nf tcr the Di'iuocratio caucus, a proposition
for a settlement was adopted nud
st over to tho Republican camp. This
proposition which has beeu previously given
In theso dispatches, providos for tbo appointment
of n committee of six, thre Rj
and throe "Democrats, to go to Cincinnati
aud tako evidence iu tuo Hamilton
Tho Republican members of tho sennto met
In tho chamber aud alter tho reading of the
jonrual there was au informal couicrence,
which ended in Senators Ford and Rannolls
boing deputized to prepare a reply to tbo
Tbo Republican senators havo just sent
a communication to tbo Democratic caucus
that thoy have no proposition to submit
looking to o compromise, but that they are
wilting to appoint a commlttco to meet aud
confer with a committee of Domocrats.
No rospouso has yet boen made by tho
Democratic caucus to tho Republican suggestion
for n joiut committee of conference
The Republicans In order to prevent any
posiiblo disturbance by outsiders have decided
to demand an exacutivo session immediately
upon the reassembling of the senate.
The cumm.ttees on compromise held a
joint meeting at 12:30, aud immoJiatoly adjourned
for un hour. Tiio following are the
memoers : In behalf of tho R. publicans
Senators Ford, Pavoy, Dow, Priugle and
Runnels. la behalf of tho Democrats Senators
O'N id, Vuu Cloaf, Lawrence, Sulllv.iu
aud DodJ. The prospects for an amicabhi
termination of the trouole aro now consl'fr
Tho joint commlttco of conference reassembled
at 1:30, The Democrats submitted
two propositions, tho first contemplating
tho appointment of the special coin in it too
for the trial of the Hamilton county cases,
aud the second, providing for tho approval
of tho journjl as kept from day to day by
Clerk Valluudiguam siuco tho commencement
of tbo trouble. It is understood that
tbo Republicans readily agreed to the first
proposition, but strenuously rosisU tho second.
Nothing further has boon heard from tho
committee but Senator Eggles, Republican,
who baa taken u loading part iu tbo movement
toward harmony expresses the conviction
that a satisfactory understanding will
bo reached. Tho corridors of tho state
houso are fast filling up with a throng which
contains not a few tough looking subjects,
but the with abalfdozeu
stalwart deputies nro stationed at tho senate
doors und o.ily senators and nawspapor rep
resentutives are grunted admission.
THE PACIFIC CABLE.
l'roject of a Cnlilo from Shu I'rnncUco to
SAtf Fuancisco, Jan. 28. Tho Hon. Ran
dolph.Want, solicitor general in Loudon for
tho Now South Walos government and commissioner
for that colony to the colonial exhibition,
which opens in London iu May, is
uow in this city and will romaiu until his
colloague, Sir Alexander Scuart, arrive,
from bydney, about February 21. These
gentlemen are lntorcwted in a propose 1 cable
liuo'dlrect from San Francisco to Syduey
and New Zealand via Honolulu, Now Caledonia
aud the Fiji islands. Mr. Wunt represents
au Eugliaii syndicate, tho member-of
which aro sal l to bo prepared to furulsli
tho cost of laying the cable, estimated hi
$10,000,(Xhi, as soon as they are assured of receiving
a reasonable subsidy from all til
So far thoy havo received assurances or
liberal support from Hiwnil and all t.ie
provincial governments, Australia aud New
Zealand, excepting Queensland, with tho ox
eoutivo of which negotiations nro ponding.
Tbe commission will nsk tho United States
government for a subsidy iu the interest of
tho commercial relations between thi
country and the Australian colonies. Mr
Want says tho cablo will able to carry
messagoj for a fraction over lifty c?uw n
word, while tlu charges aro now $'J.W t
IN THE ROCKIES.
Terrible Snow. Slide Narrow Kscunes
Denveh, Ccl., Jan. 28. After nino days,
telegraphic communication has been openon
to Silverton. Railway communication i
prevented by enormous shdos in the uppe:
part of the Amini.s canon, which haw
wrought much daniago at tho various
mines. Tho oro houso at tho Logal Tondei
tunnol was crushod, and two men narrowly
oscnpod. The boarding houso uud other
buildings nt tho Copper King mi no, ou Rod
mountain, were demolished.
The boarding houso nt the stamp mill of
the Sampson mlno'wns swept away by a
slide, but tho inmates miraculously escape,
Tbo oro houso at tho Mount Eaglo and tho
buildings nt Mineral Xing nro wrocked. Tho
Montozumas tunnel house nnd tho buildings
nt tho Jennie Parker mine on, Sultan mountain,
woro wreckod by a slide. There is
much suffering for food among tbe horsos
and pack animals, and starvation is imminent
uulosj supplies can bo convoyed thoro.
Washington, Jan. 23, Tho signal corps
itatlou at Wash Woods, N. C, reports:
American two masted schooner Jennio
203 tons, Cnpt Dow, ono Indy, flvo mou,;
cargo guano, from Clark's Cove, to
N. 0., came ashoro ono mile north
of llfo saving station No. 7. Vessol nnd cargo
total loss, All hands saved by crow ot
Ufa saving station No, 7.
Slick Work of ii Gnne of Hunk Swindler
St Louis, Jau. 28. Tho work of a gang
of bank draft bank forgers is nindo publlo
bore. A gentlemanly looking man ot
ago and good address cnlhd at the lithograph
house of August Gast & Co., this city,
December 15, i-ad represented that ho was
about to establish , the Mount Vernon National
bank tit Mount Vernon, Mo., and
wanted somo blank drafts, checks und other
bnnk paper printed. Tho work was douo,
nud tho drafts, it seems, were tilled out aud
taken to Nebraska towns and placed ou do-posit
with tbe banks of theso towns for collection.
'Th?y purported to bo drafts of tho Mount
Vornou National bank on several eastern
banks, the most botng ou the Chusj National
bank of Now York, and tho Maverick National
bank, ot Btstou.. By this moans tho
depositors becamo well acquainted iu tho
national banks, nud in uearly every coso
succeeded in obtaining a loan troui tho bank
ou tho deposited araft as security. Tuo
drafts were bent oast for co lectiou and
wore protested. The Mount Ver'uou National
bank wus found to bo a myth.
Gnst & Co. wero next caihd on, aud after
their explanation tbe matter was turned over
to tho pohcennd;governmeut detectives. This
was sovoral days ago, and as yet no arrears
have been nindo. The amount obtained by
tho swiimlers is not yet known, but will
probably reacu 2j),000. Banks nt Boatrico,
Platte, Harridge, Lincoln nnd other towus
and cities in Nebraska wero victimized.
TEXAS JUSTICE FOILED.
A Stun Guilty of Invent A Hopo A .Mob.
Hknuiettk, Tex., Jan. 28. Tho preliminary
trial of A. A. Steagle, of Cloy county,
chargod with living iu adultery with bit
daughter Mollle, who gavo birth to an infnr.t
child a fuw days ago, has taken place. Tho
evidence suowed that ue had lived in adultery
with her for live years, and was tho
father ot her babe, aud that he killed tho
child by breaking Its neck. He had
medicaid to bis daughter, from which
It was inferred that ho polsouad nor.
During tbe triul the crowd brought a ropo
Into tho court room for tho purpose of
lynching Steagle. The crowd kept quiet
until utter the trial when tbeolllcers started
with him for tbe jail. Ono of the crowd
arricd a roo with a loop iu ono end nud as
oon as Steogle stepped out of the court
bouse dcor, nu effort wns made to lynch bim
but tbe rope man was caught, aud Steagle,
seeing the iutentiou, run with lightning
speed to tho jail, begging for admission
wh.cu wus qu.cxly given him by an otllccr
who chauceu to be there.
'fne olilcers uiruwl upon tho crowd, brandishing
their pistois in tho faces of tLo mob,
tbreutuniug to Kill tho tirst mau who pursued
the prisoners, 'ihooillcjrs;coutiuued to
bacu with their pistols uutll' they had
reached the door of the jail, nud there stood,
with pistols in hand, deiyiug the crowd to
take them away.
Great excitement oxists, and it. is thought
another attempt will do mado.
AN INVENTOR'S PARADISE.
Tlioiuu A Kdlton I'urcliiiHCA a I'aluce Iu
New Youk, Jan. 8. Tuomas A. Edlsou
will bo married in tuo sprint: to au 0'iio
'ady, nud ho is rapidly but qulotly making
arrnugonieuU for that event Hi has just
bought tho houso iu Llowoilyn park on tho
side of Orange mountain, which was built
by Redder, tho deiaulter, who compromised
with Arnold & Constablo for $4uO,000 and
rfod to St Kitts, whero ho still remains.
Edison has bought the mansion and fifteen
acres of grove for 300,000, and will build
near tho house a largo and completely
equlppod experimental laboratory.
Eight mouths in tbe your he will live at
Llewellyn, the other tour months in Florida,
where ho is constructing a wluter
aud laboratory. These he has mado in
Bath, Ma, and shipped by vessel reudy to
60 1 up, with fences and docks complete, and
from Now York ho has sent furniture, machinery,
dynamos, engines aud olectrlcul apparatus
for a perfect equipment.
The Florida hcadquat tors will be at Fort
Feyors on tbo Cnloosahatcbio river lu tho
everglades wlthiu tho tropical legions, 200'
miles bolow whero tourists visit Gen. Hancock's
daughter was boru there duriug the
Seminole war. Edisou will take his family-and
workmen dowu ovory winter.
N'egroci Who Knrn Fifteen Centt a Day
Atlanta, Go., Jau. 28. A condition of
ilavory is reported from Montgomery
county, this state. Briddock & Bridges, of
that county, largo
employed men in Greenville,
South Carolina, two mouths ago, promising
them fair wages. When they roached their
destination they found themsolves forty
milos from a railroad and that thoy could
only earn fifteen cents a day.
Nine of tho men left for Barlow, tho
nearest railroad station, having pawned
bats and shoos for food. They wero pursued
by Brlddeck's in on aud with clubs and
pistols woro compelled to return. Logau
Walker was ono of tho men most seriously
hurt. Ho mauagod to got word to his
brother Alfred, who is ono of the wealthiest
negroes in Groonvillo. Tho Groonvillo
nro getting up a fund for couusel to
froo their brethron from tho Moutgomory
THE WATERS CAME.
Inunduted for JHilo A Lous of 8330,000
lo Orulu nud Wheat.
Stockton, Cal., Jan. 28. Tho San Joaquin
rivor has been gradually rising for tho past
week. About one-fifth of thisc.ty Is covored
with ibu Moss tract, comprising
about 8,000 acyia of wheat lnnd, wns flooded
by tbo glvlug away of a flood gato. Tho
damage Is is imated at $75,000.
At Hubert's Island, which is protected by
loveos, tho water rose nino feet abovo tho
level of tho laud Tho pressuro was too
groat for tho lovoo, and a break occurrod
through which tho wnier rushed, soon converting
m.Olid ucres of wheat luud nud
orchards into u inuiaturo lake. Tbo dam-
ago is nf a.0,000.