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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 October 1884

Semt VOLUME XIII. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KOK ntliSIDENT, ' GHOVER CLEVELAND, OkNkwYork. FOll THOMAQ A. HENDniOKS, OV IXDUNA. FOll CONOMSS, GOV. JAMES B. MoOREAHY, OV MlDISOX. Oeiobtr. Perhaps the awt tublla and winning w peel of October ia ita rrnote. In cferjr other month natura 1 at work, from the flwt of NoTmbr, when the wintry atorma aet in, and the Grat anowllke fall, marking the flrat taj;ei of preparation for the apring that lie beyond, to late September when the late ripe apple are gathered from the tree. Krerjr other month hat ita apeclal work in the economy of the year, but in October (here ian pause. The work of the year h been accomplished and that of the next U still to be begun. At no other aea eon ia there auch a huth,auch alienee in the wooda,auch brooding pease orer the meadow and the wide aurface of lake and rirer The peace and rent of a Babbath are in the air, aa If nature had closed her workahopa and locked the door of her nuniberlev activltlea, and turned from work ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 October 1884

Stanford, Ky Octobor 21, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Ik nn addrffs (o tbo democracy, the National Committee urgt sit to renewed and mjr. "We may confidently expect a majority in Ohio for Cleveland and Hendricks in November. West Virginia hue, by itj rplendid and decisive nmjority for a democratic Governor at the October election, already declared Ita purpose to giro its electoral vote for our candidates in "November." Of the extraordinary and disgraceful methods employed by the BUiac manager to carry there States it tells this o'er true tale: "They expanded not lees than Ave hundred thouand dollar in Ohio and more than one hutdred thousand dollars in "West Virginia in (heir political work. They did not use money only. They called from every Stato the officeholders beet fitted to do the work at which they were put. They crowded thcae two States with euch men. They employed in political jobs the men engaged in the postal service of the United States. It has been openly charged, without denial,...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 October 1884

. 0 4 7 Stanford, Ky October 21, 188-1 I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train going North 12 45 p, v. Hatith IMr.xi. Eaprcsslraln" South .....! 114 a.m. ' Norb n I iM.H. The above li eletiltd on standard time, lime I .tbout 10 minutes Tutor UUY enny, Holac LOCAL NOTICES. your hcIiimI lwka from Tale A UK.iNitfAUTriM for rchool hooka at Mc- ltobcrtaOiHtanRV. NEwakadea of ready mixed paint for iprlnjr, trade at McKoherta A, HtagirV Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice find warranted by Tate iSt Penny. A comi'Mttk stock of jewelry, latent stylo. Kockford wntches n fiieolalty. Tate & Penny. JJouiiLr. nnd cinjile barrel shot guns ranginif from $3 to SI 00. Alao anitnunt lion of nil kind at Mcltobcri & Ria'h. PERSONAL anii Miu M. I). Klmohk wctt to Lotilnvllle yesterday, Mil. Jas. T. Ciuim came uj) from Sunday to see hii friends, Mis Jennik Dc.ncax, of Iinoaaler, is with her siler, Mm. It. C. Warren. IIdn.JammII McCkkauy nnd J. M. 8ihatain, C'jni;reiional aspirants, are in town...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 October 1884

""'""' '-i-L-li Randolph (Mam.) Cor. N. V. Sun.l Tlio attention of the struiijror In this old town is oftfln attractotl by small, one-story buildings, fifteen by twenty feet, attached to many of tlio cot'.ae.i of tho mechanics. Although too substantially built for woodsheds and outbuilding, tby nro now usod as such. Tliey belongel to an interesting era in tho history of tl.o manufacture oi boots and shoes In eastern Mn3sacliusotts, before the advent of machinery and boforo tlio bringing of it into lingo stoma factorlo left the little shops of form ir days to do iugloriout duty ns hen-houses or rubbish bins. Step back over the pathway of time - thirty years and pay a vhlt to ono of those shops. Say that it is n cold, frosty night in tho fall, fir tho men workol in the evening when thi weather was cold. Tho ruddy lUht gleams eUeurfully through tho tattorcd cur.'alns, and we hoar sounds of laughter und tha click o) lianituars as wj draw O.i unterlng wo find ton or twclvo workmoti seate...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 24 October 1884

Sam - Itetli JSfis r V mmiim urnfuai VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., FEIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER 296 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Wm tfll FOtt PUESIDENT, anpVER CLEVELAND, Or Nkw Yonic. FOn THOMAB A. HENDRICKS, Or Indiana. FOH COMJItKSS. GOV. JAMES B. MoOREAIlY Ok Maiiok, FROM THE LONE STAR STATE. To 111 Editor ( ILr Interior Journsl. Covz, Cohykll Co., Texas, Ocr. 20 -It la Impossible for me to lei! 7011 wht a welcome ylsltor the JouiifUi, is to us. Often our friend ceetn to for(f t ua and neglect to write, but the dear old horns piper nwyi coruM to hind and if you could tee how eager we are to run to the Rain to Ret It flrat, I am sure you would think your labor to make it a "uom" paixr wan appreciated by at leaat one family. I hare now Wen in the "IV ne Star Stnlc" four montba and I cvi aw u re you that the "lone" part of it i often felt br your humble (errant. For the Drat time in my life I know what it ia to be lionitlck. However 1 aui very much in love with Trine. We have s...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 24 October 1884

Stanford, Ky., October 24, 1884 W. P. "WALTON. An additional batch of "My dear Mr. Firlier" lellei. written by Mr. Blaine, is giTtn to the public and they ebovr even than cier the base methods of that unworthy person. It will be remembered that while Mr. Blaine waa undergo ing trial before the U. S. CongreM on the chnrres ccntcrrtd In hie letter?, he waa stricken down one Sunday just aa he ped from a church at Washington and it wao telegraphed all over the country that the great and good man had eutTered a vero It was believed by many then and the belief ia confirmed now, that Mr. Blaino w Bimply o that the investigation would be suspended. It had the deeircJ effect for it waa suspended mnd no further action taken in the matter. That he was anxious to compromire with Mr- Fisher his urgent letters written while prostrated on his alleged sick-bed prove, Sor such italicized expressions occur as "I want to tee you on important business. Come directly to my hoiue. Come this week. Come to...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 24 October 1884

4 fr i i - " I HtauforJ, Kfr, Octobor 24, 1884 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. N. Mall train going norths...... 12 45 r. u. ' Houlh .. 164 p.m. Ex dim I ml 11" Houth..,. 114 A.M. " " Norh Its a.m. The iltore It calculated on stan dard time. Holar time I about 20 tutnulos faatar LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your nchool boolta from Tnte & enny. for rchool books at ASUcr'i. NKtrnXidiM of ready mixed paJnta for tprlng trale at Moltobcrta A Btagg'a. Watoiirs and Jewelry repaired on abort notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. A coMrr.rrrK Mock of jewelry, latent ityle. Itnokfonl watchea a specialty. Tate & Penny, Douni.K and pinple barrel (hot guna ranfjln? from S3 to $100. Alan of all kind at McKoberia & BlagR. PERSONAL Juikie J. M. 1'iiii.MiM went to LouiK' tille yeaterday. V. Vs. Vaiinon, Ekj., ia back from a legal vlflt to Loularille. Mu and Miw T. H. Walton went to Louiafille Wednesday. Koirr. (. HAir. la learning tlio bank ing buine In the Farmer National. Miw.Ueo. H. Hiiuok returned with...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 24 October 1884

pfc ABOUT CABINET UOMES. DOMESTIC LIFE IN WASHINGTON. When nntl to Whom the Freshlontlnl AiU vlsers nml Their l'ainlllei Aro "At Home)" Tlin l'nmlly Arrangements of Mm Secretaries. VVflshington Cor. St. Louis Xotwltlistandiug tho hot wavo whlcb has been recently liovoring oTer tlio country, particularly Washington, tho preparations Tor tho return of society to Its home nml Its iionnnl condition goes forwarJ. Through tho resldonco portion of tho city thoronre scones of renewed activity, ltosldencss that havo been closed begin to look ollvo again. Along tho avenues nnd the prlnc'pal sticots, where are residences of Cabinet officers, Senators, nnd people prominent in the locial nnd pollticnl world, there nro to be iocn evidences of rouiruliiR vitality. Carpets that havo been in retiromoiit tho summer month1) now mnko their nppearanco Inside yards, nnd tie soun 1 of the Is hoard by Iho Costly hnnclngs which had baeit wrnppod and protected from moths duting the Ions summer months nro bol...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 October 1884

9emt Heetto fi? .. . 4S V'v. r mum mtfn VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 297 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ron rmaiDENT, GROVEIl CLEVELAND, OrNawYoax. FOR THOMAS A. HENDEIOKS, Or Indiana. KOIl CONUMMS, GOV. JAMES B. MoOREARY, Or Madison. Done Sugar Coating. Trlpletl, of the Frnkfort Capital, the Colgan of the Kentucky preM, bis resolvtd to call things by ttxir English names here after in conducting h! persons! column. He sr of his put performance: ''I've eugr coftled rronal until tbejr looked llkept loci l for a cmdjr iund. l'r manufactured enough satin and diamonds Ince I're been in this 'jvcrnonal' buslne to make a canopy from here to China and pare It with solitaire. I're done more than a milliner, made more beautiful dancen that) old Prof. Wailell, ded more hair than a barbei; in fact Pre done ererthlngl I're changed regular piano-keys into row of pearl teeth; ov credacroi of freckles with the blom of youth; mide grey hair black; in vie black hair bl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 October 1884

Btanford, Ky., October 28, 1884 W. P. WALTON. The Impression eems to prevail that the Troiwitlon for the people to rote the bond Bubecriplion for tbo Chesapeake & railroad is ne of the pet schemes of tliia paper. Such is by no means the case. "We took no part in the meeting which originated the scheme and were not present when it was adopted. We can always be eeunted on, however, to advocate any enterprise that we believe will increase the wealth of the county by developing her neoutces nnd civing greater value both to her landa and her product. We havo atadicd the plan proposed and have failed to discover wherein the county can lose by the investment. We aro only asked to loan oar credit to the railroad company, for which we are to be fully secured by the first mortgage bonds of a railroad that is destined to becomeone of the greatest trunk iinca in the South. The L. & N railroad ia mortgaged to tho amount of 550,000 to lhemilo an J vet its first mortgage bonds are above pa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 October 1884

1 w t 78 '8 .11 Stanford, Ky.( Octobor 28, 1881 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North .... U 45 r. at. ' ' Houlh . 1 M p, M. ExDrc strain" Mouth 1 It a.m. " " Norh - 14S a.m. Tnaabovoja calculated on standard time. Bolar tlmel .ibout SO minutes falter LOCAL NOTICES. Huv your school book from Tale & ennf. IIea ixjtTAUTr its for school booka nt Mo Roberta ASUekV. New flXaden of ready mixed paint for "pring tra Je at Mcliobcrta olRg . Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. A compute Mock of jewelry, lalcet style. Heck font watches n fptcialty. Tae A I'ciitiy. Douiii.e and tingle barrel "hot guoa t rauglnir. from S3 to $100. Alan of all klnilrt nt McKoberta & Staee'. PERSONAL. ' Mn. and Mum Titos. Mi.tcai.f bate j relumed Irom a visit to his father's at .NicholMvillb. A letter from Xishville states that Itov, II. C Morriaon in down with the fever, it is thought. Joixib J. 8. VanWimcle and H P. Jacobs, I , of Danville, were the onl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 October 1884

bt A PROVERB VERIFIED. JOHN U SULLIVAN A TOTAL WRECK. Tlio Champion l'uclllst Hcportcil to it Surry Plight, tlio llraiilt r Ilnblta of Intoxication. -3"''.',- Tn i , ,,,ri i iii I I ' i to Ho III Boston Cor. frt Paul 1'loncor Press. Every tlog lins his tiny, is an old saying, nnd John L. Sul.lvnn lias soon his hostility. Hum has got tho best of him and is rapidly knocking him out. bulllvan'j) tour through tho country was ono glorious drunk, which culminated in tho Mitchell flruco in Now York. Although nt tlint time ho promised to "swcnr oil" and keep sober, ho has not kept his word. For two or three weeks, while tho disgrace lasted, ho abstained front all intoxicants, but ho has now gone back to his liquor worse than ever. At a a recent sparring exhibition given In this city Sullivan was so drunk that he was unlit to appear, but did so nevertheless, lie mado n poor showing, and would hav fallen down at ono tlmo bad ho not beec held up by his adversary. A fw nights since bo attonded ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 31 October 1884

Petit WeeMn Stitefio I " 9 WCfJtW VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1884. NEW DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Jf- ron rnnsiDnNT, GHOVER CLEVELAND, OrJfBvr York. FOR THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Ov Ikuuka. AT Li 10 II, HKlf H. AOIUIINS, W. II. FLKM1N0. I1HTMI0T KLK0T6H, Flrtl IlbM J!o;J, tf UcCrnclen County. Hecond Cromwell Adair, of Union Couuly. Third-John 8. Ubt, of Logan Comity. FourthHaw II, Ilerry, l Nation Countjr, F. llullltt, Jr., or Jefferson Couuty. tilxth Llle T. Applet, of I'e ndlotou Co. Hevonth Ira JuIUq, or Franklin Countjr. Klgbtb O. K. Iloblnaon.ofrihslbj County. 8. Havags. or UojJ Couuty. TeutU John I'. talysrs, ofMoriuiCout ty. Eleventh Jlollln Hurl, of Adair County. XOK C0NUUBS3, GOV. JAMES B. McOREAHY, Or ManiaoN. Iteatrlce One!, named the beautiful pur rlciJe, was the daughter of Francesco Cencl, a noble and wealthy Itotnan, whose conduct, aftei hla inarrifttfo, toward the children of hi tint wife km shocking in extreme. He procured the assassination of two of hlf son...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 31 October 1884

Stanford, Ky., inois and Iowa, vavo. Octobor 31, 1884 W. P. WALTON. The newa comes from New York that the Blaine republicans despairing ol success thero hayo resolved to abandon the State to the democracy and apply the money which was to be expended there to an attempt to purchase New Jersey, Connecticut and Indiana. This means, that tho tame detestable methods used in Ohio are to be rasorted to in those States and that deputy United States marshals of the low- ost class are to guard the ballot box in tho interest of the republican party and Me that democrats are bulldozed and terrorized into not voting. Money will be lavishly used, but the prospect is that it will be in vain. Hendricks has on two occasions carried Indiana and he is more popular and beloved there now than ever, whilo New Jersey promises to remain true to her record and honor her noble son, Gov. Clove-land, with her electoral vote. Our prospects are bright all along the lino and if the people are permitted to express...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 31 October 1884

i m tk m Jj jBcmHfiB whin ntcrk$oraI Stanford, Ky., Octobor 31, 1884 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CiRD. Mall train going North.. 12 4.1 r. u. ' Houtb...... .... 1 6(1 p. h. Kxpreailraln" Koath...... I II A.M. " " Mora..., 1 15 A.M. The abore ! calculated ou standard time. Bohr time 1 About SO rulnutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. IlUY your echool book a from Tate A enny. Hr.AiQi;AnTEns for ichool book at Mc-' Roberta &Slw'e. New nkadea of ready mixed paint for iprini; trade at Mclloberla A Btagg'i. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. A coxtrMTTK etock of jewelry, fateet (lylo. liockford watche n rpecialty. Tate A Penny. Douiilk and tingle barrel thot guns ranginc from $3 to $100. A loo ammunl 'lion of all kind at McRoberla A RlaggV. PERSONAL. W. T. QIIEK.V, of Bell county, wai was hero thin wto'c. Mro. M. A. Hock nit went to Knox, rllle, Tenn., ywlerday. Mhi. L. G.Ei)EU.H, of Alum Sprira la vl'ltms Mr. Oeo. II. Bruce. Hok. IIaiirimm Bailey, of Shelby, la he...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 31 October 1884

fife Interior Joiirnal MW II A3I rSlTlllESTOllY TWO BROTHERS' DIVIDED HOUSES, Ifcn JJiiror Kmult of n I.cgncjr That AVna Intriiilril to Conciliate A Grnulto State llrntlierly Itor and tho Outcome of It. ltjrts llmtcli N. II.) Cor. Chicago Inter Ocons, "3hmy arc queer folks iluwn Lord lit New honost, but eccentric, mid ono lm to b nmoug thorn but n llttlo vWille to obtain n na-.v glimpse of human nairre. The other tiny I a riding by nn aM Itoutip, niul inquired why half of it iyua imitUod white ami tlw othor half red. Tin; two colors met at th j mlddlo of tho frciit door, and gave the building u most trrf king and unique appearance. "lint i an old story," said Undo John. It lLat home four or fire generations twrw lorn, married and died, and so far a ww know, llrect hnpplly enough. Tho lat solo ouiMrvfisu tuan who had two childivn, lioth sens. Thoy grew up (in tl o old arm, mid woro no m:tl kindly dtspesed na could bo Fr iwentv yenisthey lived happily innrritxl and reared fumilloi. an...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 November 1884

f ? ffis&'tw tyW? M? VOLUME XIII. Mai weekta & m mfeftn TTPmiso mm m mil 2r vrCa iMsgm Iw" " Hnjn jw V22?5V Km ftCcy Wtrm flft H aMmMmmumMMMMmmmMmMmM'a ' 1 . f And in many instances less than cost. We have $ W&fli of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, to sell in this way. Eemember this is not hc tail end of a stock of goods that we are closing out, but the largest and most desirable stock of goods ever offered in Central Kentucky at cost. Purchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy. Come at an early day or my entire stock may be closed at wholesale. Liberal discounts wiil be given to any man who wishes to buy the entire stock. PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. Tbcra will bo a Hop at tbe Paint Lick Ilolel Friday night, 7lh. and great are being wade. Admission 1, la-din free. LttUton Rice returned Sunday men-tag with bis pretty bride. He bad a tweet smile all orer bia fact and looked m big tun flower...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 November 1884

Stanford, Ky.,. November 4, 1884 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. raF FOR PRKSIDENT, GROVBR CLEVELAND, OyNitwYoBK. TOR THOMAS A. HENDBIOKS, Op Indiana. ' KUKrrona fob statb at labor, BEN 8. HOBBINS, W. B. FLE1IINO. DISTRICT ELECTORS, Boja, efMcCracken County. Adair, of Union County. Third-John 8. Rbca, of Logan County. Fourth Sam B. Eeny.ot Marlon County. Fifth-J. F. Bullitt, Jr., of Jefferson County. T. Ablegate, of Pendleton Co. Julian, of Franklin County. Eighth O. N. Roblnaon, of Shelby County. Ninth 8. 8. 8Tage. of Boyd County. Tenth John P. Salyera, of Morgan County. Hurt, of Adair County. FOR CONGRESS. GOV. JAMES B. MoCREABY, Op Madison. FOB MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, JOS. A. COHEN, Op andbrs. To-day's battle ot the ballots closes a political campaign, which on the part of the enemy has never in the history of the country been equalled in filth and vilification. They ransacked the official life of GroTer Cleveland and failing to find aught that deserved censure, raked up t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 November 1884

t T above U calculated on standard tliao. Urn t about 20 minutes faslor PERSONAL. Mina May Helm liai returned from Louiarille. Mtss Judith Kino, of Crab Orchard, it riallinic Miia ilhotU Hall. ' .Mils IJrrriK I'akso.vb, of Lowentlm Aoadetnv, l on a visit to her parents in this county. ' -Mil O. J. Ciiotv has gone to Okolona, Mim., to collect for the Wrought Iron Ratine, Co. Miss Lizzie and R,g Wilson re turned from a two weeks' visit to Lexinjf. ton Saturday. 8 Stanford, Ky., - Novombor 4, 1884 Buy enny L.&N. LOCAL TIME CRD. Kail train going North- 12 43 p.m. ' Houth ....lMr. u. Cxrrcolralu" Houtb.... ..... 114 a.m. " Norh 143 a.m. Solar LOCAL NOTICES. your Fohool book from Tnto & HnAiHJiiAUTEiw for school books nt Mo- Robert A 8tagji. New akadea of ready mixed painta for aprioK trade at McRoburta A Htagg'. "Watciim and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. A comi'I.etk dock of jewelry, fateet atylo. Kockford watclica n specialty. Tate A Penny. Do m...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 November 1884

$ntcrior$ounrcI Stanford, Ky., Novombor 1, 1884 THE USE Of fAlTH IN SALVA TIQN. Dn. J. W. Cox. The following seruiou was delivered to the Christian cburcb, Stnnfonl, Ky., on tho second Lord' dajr in October, 1884 It is published at the request of a number of brethren who heard it. Con cl tided from last Issue. II. In order that the proper use of faith may be clearly perceived, I call attention to the following statement of tho inspired apostle: "Fpr the Son of God, Je3us Christ, who was preached amonjr you by us, even by me and Sylvanus and not yea and nay, but in him was yea. For all the promises of God in him are yes and in him amen, unto the glory of God," 2d Cor. 1:20. Perhaps the following ia nearer tho thought of the apostle: "For all the promises of God have in Him tho yea (which seals their truth) and in him the amen (which acknowledges their fulfillment) uttered to the praise of God by our voice." This ia one of the most rt twit a ml Inn a nf (Kb wnftl nf Onil. Tt run. Chri...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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