John D. Orrill Jr.

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John D. Orrill Jr. - : KAVANAUCH CAMP-MEETING. CAMP-MEETING....
: KAVANAUCH CAMP-MEETING. CAMP-MEETING. CAMP-MEETING. XJX, XA.YsJIAUGH'a DKTiJtTrXK TKXACHISQ sjro raxroo ma coxaas jjix ooxxs. ' (Special to the Cbanar-Joarasl.1 Cbanar-Joarasl.1 Cbanar-Joarasl.1 Bxaxs'a Statioos, Aug. 20. -it -it wee jwtth regret that we thla morning aaid farewell to Dr. Kavaaaagh and bta accomplished wife. It waa expected and hoped' that he would remain with us until the dose of the meeting, but he was called to Frankfort to preach there to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow i Sunday). We are proud to claim Dr. Kavaaaugn ae a Kentocklan, although for fifty-two fifty-two fifty-two years he ' has made hie home upon other son, or, as be remarked, "the country lying west of Indiana and extending to Texas hsd been his circuit for fifty-two fifty-two fifty-two years.' Ber. D. Welburn, " of Jefferson vliTe, Is la attendance, and delivered the morning sermon. sermon. Dr. Welburn is slwsys aa Interesting speaker. and few men possess aa equal amount, of general. Information Information with hlm.,-1 hlm.,-1 hlm.,-1 Certainly when "the end comes." ha win have the pleasure that few will enjoy of looking back upon "a life well epeat." The afternoon sermon wes preached by Ber. Mr. Morrison, a rising young minister of Westport. . Not one of the minor features of a camp-meeting, camp-meeting, camp-meeting, or. In fact, of any religious service. Is the music It would be a very unlnteresU lag church service that, waa lacking in this particular, and, without doubt, the singing of Miss Mays, ot Covington, haa added to the attractions of each service of the Karanaugh camp-meeting, camp-meeting, camp-meeting, and much credit is dne her for the service she so willingly rendered. 1 am requested to mention a loss that occurred occurred at this place two summers ago la July, 1879. Mr. J. D. Orx-m, Orx-m, Orx-m, of the O. K. pork-houae, pork-houae, pork-houae, while la attendance at the camp-meeting, camp-meeting, camp-meeting, lost a esne, which Is described to .me as follows: "A crab apple stick mounted with steel point. At the bead wee aa dght square heed of German allver, on the top . of which wee lncTtbed the Initials J. D. O. these Initials being almost worn out. The cane had peculiar peculiar knots, there being a center ot solid wood, counter sunk around in many of them." The cane Is prized aa a keepeake, and Mr. Orrill Is wining to psy three times Its veins to any ooe who will return it to him at O. K. pork-house, pork-house, pork-house, Louisville, Ky. The attendance to-day to-day to-day was excellent, and others are expected to arrive this evening to remain over Sabbath. A large Attendance la expected to-morrow. to-morrow. to-morrow. A special train will leave Louisville at half past. 8 to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow morning; retumlng, leave here at 6 in the evening. To-dav To-dav To-dav closes an Interesting and successful week here. , The Mlssee Care, of Portland; Mr. C H. Bliss and Mrs. Tkheaor ars among the number number la attendance from Louisville to-day. to-day. to-day. Guxss Who.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 22 Aug 1881, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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