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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 October 1885

waatui ( w i.a. wM i u wttkm 0 nUfm & emt ($mM?M? 4 v VOL. XIV. STANFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1885. NO. 67. f'ubifahoit Tucmlava ntitl Ba.OO XElt ANNUM Wsanpsld strictly In adrance. I( e bass to wilt any time. 83. BO will be charged. V. P. WALTON. It FORTUNE-FAVORED. HOW JOHN JACOB ASTOR LAID THE FOUNDATION OF HIS WEALTH. Uouniuis MisrUey ns an IuTcslor A l'ortuimtn Permit Mrs. Mackey'a Annual Ksponilltures In J'urli Tho Old Mmi Talks. Now York Graphic J Bpoatrinc of John Jacob Astor tho first, I can not help realizing tho momory of I linvo hoari hliu and my father when I was i bojr. "People think," said tho old man, "that I havo had an oasy tlmo of It, but that'i a mistake. Sly early Ufa was a hard strugglo, and even my own brother rofuioi to lend me money. " Tbli brother was a butchor named Honry, protty stall off, with a itall In tho Daro market or near market at It got to bo afterward called and writhed undor John Jacob' borrowings. One day, when tho latter wont to him...

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. — 23 October 1885

Stanford. Ky., October 23, JLS85 W P. WALTON. The investigation of the charges against Dr. Chenault, Superintendent of the Lux ington Lunatic Ajylum, has cloed after apparently developing tho fact that Dr. F. O. Young has been at the bottom of the proMCUtion?, not to tuy persecutions of Dr. Cbecault. A Comoiiaiioner told us that the Dr. had counted on the pssitioa and has ueter been Mtiefied with the effort of Goy. Knott to let him down lightly by giving him a commissioner's place. Daring the invtigtion, Commissioner, W. LiRue Thomss, refused to testify as to Dr. Youny's reputation, while one witnes, Mr. A. C Q lisenhjry, said tht "bo bad been to Lnciter and talked to a number of citizens, who give Dr. Young'd character for veracity a bal nam; and that he would not bjlieve Young oa oth from what he heard." . The Stanford Interior Journal announce that it will have nothing more to do with advertising 0Rcnt, as it haa found them to ba frauds and cheats. With ft few honorable exception...

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. — 23 October 1885

Stanford, Ky., Ontobor23, 1885 I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. stall train going North. lUr.u, south . U o r. v. Kxpmstratn" 1 81 aim. ii ii Norh.. The jot Is calculated on standard Urns teat Ii About 30 bitnutea faster 2 03 A.M. Llxtie I'drtman went to Lou'avil'e Weil netday, MlM Lui. McKissr.v it atayinc with Miis Rabra Pennington and attending the meeting Mux W.H to to attend tie tnairiatze of Miu Ollie White to Mr. Lewia IJxiker. Mn. Mack Hurra an Is out again af tir lil long confinement from a fall but he '.ill be'on to 11 atifl uejked and perverse inerticn. Mn. V. II. Hinots tared to Kanea City jettrrJay for b!a wife-, who has been there for several weeks t Ultinp hrr aister, Mr. V O. Paik. Miu. O. J. Cnow and Miss Minnie Crow came in yeatenlay to subscribe to th piper for Mh Arm, ho in attending ' Caldwell Itinlittltc, Danville, and aighe for her old friend.thn Ixrr.itioit JouiiNAL. Cait. I. X Coi.n hi been promoted to iinK(r conductor on the Main S'cm and hr and h'a handeome wife ha...

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. — 23 October 1885

I 1 lournal A SECOND MARRIAGE. IDemorest's Monthly. Ills parishioners svatahei tho Rv. Mr. Brown with peculiar interest as bo loft tiio grave yard, leading his two littlo Rlrls by tho hand. They wontlereJ, knowing how luudli sho had boon to him, bow ho would enduro (he terrible blow of his vrlfe'a death. Ills face wa like marble as tho coflln was lowerod into tho grave; there was no outward sign ol anguish, but no uuo doubtod for a moment that he sulTered ksonly. lie bad Nson rather a mystery to his congregation always; but they know him to ba capable ol deep fooling, in aplte of his coU, impassive manner. A noisy, iloruon.strn.tlve show of grief would bare been Inipasitblo to him. Ho was a man o great tranquillity of mind, and with little energy of disposition. Ho took all that Providence sent ulm very dutifully, without any effort to change or amend it, no matter how objectionable it might lo; and he possessed in perfection tho art of "putting up with" whatsoever befell lilm. Ho ....

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. — 27 October 1885

j weekln mm 9t ntefio t" uttfttai VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1885. NO. 68. jmMSlMhlj) $nicrior$otmutl Puhlithett Tttcmtav find Friday 83. OU XX2Il A.IV3VUIV1 W nn patd strictly In airanco. If we has to wait anr titan, $3.00 will be chard.. W. P. WALTON. A FAMOUS CONTEST. Chlcftjo Hcriilil.J Tbo history of the famous yacht raoo of 1851, by which tho notod "America's Cup" wm won by tho yacht America against tho whole Heat of Urltlth yacht's li a. inoit one, and it Is tnoJo all tho uioro so from tho circumstance that in all theia thirty-four years English yacht bulldor havo not boon able to produce nor English sailors Mil n yacht floet enough to wreat the cup away from IU cnptom. AnJ what odds oven greater lntorost is that in most of tho rncos of into years for its the fninoui old craft which originally won it in 1851 has vnteruJ tho listi and honolf oully Tanqulshod tho crack vowels tout over to seize It This proros conclusively thnt in the scionce of ship inodollng...

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. — 27 October 1885

is a Stanford, Ky, October 27, 1885 V7. P. WALTON. An iffort Is now bsing raado to add to the glory of Gen. Grant by detraciing from the not Terr delectable memory of Andy Johnson. Chauncey Djpew says that the latter thought scrioutly of recognizing the members from theSiuth and the democrat of the North aa the Congress of the United States, but that Gon. Grant promptly nipped the deolgn in the bud and that he la therefore responsible for the overthrow of two revolutions instead of ono. Depew claims that he git this Information from Grant, but Grant's testimony, taken at the Impeachment trial of President Johnson refutes the statement. He swore at that time that Johnson never proposed anything of the kind, though on pne occasion he Icquired, "Why should I not recognlie the democrats of the South and North as the true Congress if they are in the The newspapers are lboded with the pros and cons of the question, out me discussion cm do no good. Grant's should be eati'fied with the laur...

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. — 27 October 1885

Stanford, Ky Ontobor27, 1885 L. 4 H. LOCAL TIME CARD. stall train going North- ...... - 1 S3 r. m. ' noma .a........... .11 so r. x. ciprtt strain" boulb .. 1 M Ai V. ii it Norh,..raM.....n...,nuM j oo a. Ma Tbe jot li calculated on standard time, Bolar trails about 90 minutes tuUr LOCAL NOTICE. Buy your cchool bobki from Penny St McAllster. McUonrma A Staoo nro headqunrtera for amunllicn. Gtf.sn at all pries at McUoberta A SIhrr's, from $2.60 to 5100. CoMrLETK flock of school books and ;bool supplies at McKobsrt & Staid;'. Watciiks and Jewelry repaired on short ootlco and warranted br Penny A BOY the Haw Hog Kttnedr, the oril nal and only Renuine, from Penny A corr.crx stock of jewolry, latent stylt. Knckford watches a specialty. Penny A MorMlstsr. PERSONAL. Dit AND Mus C. A Cox aro at tbe Myeri. Dn EnwAiin Alcoiik, of Hmtonvlllf, wai in to pee us yetcrdr. Mit. ani Mm. W II WiiKnnirr went lo Louiavillyeter(ly. Mn R. O. Evans, of Dinville, spent a day or two with Mr. 11. C. Brig...

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. — 27 October 1885

Jrm Interior journal BEFORE THE DUEL. N. O. Times-Democrat From Maupassant. In socio ty they used to ponk of liltn as "that handsome Signoilea." His title wa. Viscount Gontran-Josoph da Slgnollss. Orphan and master of a largo fortuno, ha made a conspicuous figure in tho fashionable world. Ho had a flno appearance, n good a facility of spoecb sufficient to gain him the reputation of a nit, tome natural grace, and an air of noble reserve, a brave mmtacho and soft eyes just what woman admire. Ho was In demand at receptions, a desirable partner in a waltz, and he inspired tho men with that sort of smlllns confidence enjoyed by men who energetic faces. Ho was suspected of having bad some of those amour which aro supposed to do crodit to a young bachelor. Ho lived happy, quietly, in tho most absolute good moral standing. It was known that bo was a good swordsman and a bettor shot. "When I have to fight," he woull say, "I chooso pistols. With that weapon I am sure of killing my man." Now, ...

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. — 30 October 1885

j eekln blossoma and delicately tinted lilacs recent ly carried nt a New York wedding cast $50. At another wedding soon to occur the bouquet will be of orchids and white lilac-", the cost of which will be more than $100 Still another bride haa expressed a desire to carry a bouquet entirely fashioned of or chide, and the Horint haa been given a carlo blanche order. The ephemeral trill 3 will be very expensive. Another Li dm. on Conuuctous. Sympathetic Friend Can't you do a little Bomethiug for Conductor Smith, Brown? He has Just got to work again after a three months' illness and is very hard up, Brown Certainly I will. I am always glad to help a fellow-being in distress. I am going up tho road to-morrow on his tralu, and I'll pty my fare on tho car in-stead of buying a ticket. Dr. Sturtevant, of the New York Experiment Station, snya that careful experiments have shown that unripe tomato seeds will grow and give a gain of fifteen days in earllness over ripe seeds from the Bame plants...

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. — 30 October 1885

Stanford, Ky.,- October 31), 1885 W. P. WALTON. Late dispatches from Virginia indicate that tho democrats hare everything in shape for a glorious victory over Mahone, the flesh and the devil. John S. Wise has abindined all hope of being elected Governor. Mahone is still working night and d&7 to ave the Legislature and his work has stirred up the democrats all over tho State. He now recognizes his mistake In inviting Foraker to speak in Vlrginin. The mere announcement of the invitation has done more to rally the democratic forces tban even the Fitz Leo calvary parades. The fact that the Governor elect of Ohio was elected bT means of the bloody-shirt cry renders him especially obnoxious to the white men of Virginia. 'Wherever bespeaks tho democratic clubs will turn out, bearing on poles shirts dipped in blood and his first speech will make a thousand new votes for the democratic party. We sincerely hope that the democrats are not over sanguine and that the dear old State will be r...

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. — 30 October 1885

J N Stanford, Ky., A vi:r.Y heavy ruin night and veatrrdsy. Ontobor 30, 1885 L.iH. LOCAL TIME CARD. riall train go..ig North Bouth (Cxnrea strain" Houth " " " Horn, fell t 55 r. w. mm -li no r. m, -.-...... 1 32 At M, J V4I i Jil Tbtave It calculated on standard Urn. m Is jbout 20 Dilnulo faster, Bolar LOCALNOTICES. Buy our school book from Penny A McAllater. McItoDRUTt) A Stacio are he ndquarters for amuoition. Guns at nit pricea at McKoberta A HtagR'a, from ?2.50 to $100. Com rurri? atock of school book and school aupplle at Moitobarta A Statin'. Watch eh nnd Jewelry repaired on eliort notice and warranted bv Penny A Bin the Haas Hoc Kemedv, the oriui rial and only genuine, from Penny A A complete tock of jewelry, latent style, llorkford watched a specialty. Penny A McAlUtor. PERSONAL. Mn. P. Smith, of Harrodsburp, was the RUtnl of Prof. Abner Rogers this week. Mil. V R M( Itoiirirrn went to Lou laville In attend the marriage of Mr. Sidney Muir to MissSira Burpe. M cmiis J. V Bito...

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. — 30 October 1885

V: Bobbin's Wtt. In a celebrated slander buU in the Lin-cola Circuit Court aad at the concision of atk eloquent pech mvle b U. Brtdlar, Hon- Fox Bobbltt ap pUmhd by lappinir on (he table with bU finger. His Hjnor, Judge Owsley, vn promptly ordered the clerk to enter up a fine against tho eKqicnce lotinif lawyer for applauding in the court-house. In a few minutes hotfcyer, the judge told tt lawyer to Etsnd up and(aked him what he had to eay why tho fine he hod awsa.d against him should not stand. Bobbin said: "Jlty it plene your Honor, I hope I have much to any why you wont lot it stand. In the first pUce I am a threat lorer of eloquence and whenever I hear a good speech, no matter when, where, nor br whom, made, at Us conclusion I am wrought up to such a hljth pilch of enihu aliam that I can not refrain from applaud iug and at Crab Orchard, when we have nn eloquent preacher there, I often applaud him in cHurch by tapping on the bench with mj fioger. It ie all right in inc, but would...

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. — 3 November 1885

A Stiunue Qitowrit or H.uu on a Course. Two yeaw ago Wm. A. Walter wi b.iriolin the Stonn Chapel cemetery, in WoMojck Vlley, Huntington county, V. The other day the bo ly wi exhumed for Hntcrment. When the coffin was reached the digger discovered that it hid Hprun at the jilnt. and out of the orevi cei hatr protruded Oa opening tho et the h tir on the held was found to mea ure eightoen inches, tho whisker ilght inches, notwithstanding tho baily had been cleanly ehavod when prepared fot burial. A almulur instance orcurrcd in lSb2 at the Camilla cemetery. Upon exhuming the remain of Jacob Cresawell, i..tt(!tnn. which had been buiird for ten year, had hnir on It ten or twelve Inbei In length a firm at during life. Demolished. -General W. H. Bhattuc. o' the dio ft MiVairoippl Kailway, ha practically demolished the publisher of thu bt. Louia lltgiter In hi eult againtl them for libel. The Register people printed chargeB which they must have known were fale, a they were groa imputations u...

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. — 3 November 1885

Stanford, Ky.,. Novembers, 1885 w. P. WALTON. Gen. Geohoe B. tbe distinguished soldier and atatoaruiin, died suddenly at hU home at Orange Mountain, N. J., last weetf, of neuralgia of the heart, aged 69 He waa n graduate of WeBt Point and eerred with distinction in the Mex ican war. Resigning his commission in the United States armf ho became chiet engineer of the Illinois Central railroad and afterwnrda ita president. At the opening of the civil wir, he was commiiiioned a Major General of Ohio volunteers and placed in commind in the Department of the Ohio. Ha was mado Major General in the regular army May 14, 1SG1, and in several engagements in West VirRluia receiving n vote of thanks from Cjogress. On July 22, the day after the FeJeral de fest at Bull llun, he was plncd in of the Division of the Totomac, and Bhortly after the Army of the Potomac and on the retirement of Gen. Scott was made Chief of the U. 8. Armies. He opened tho campaign against Richmond and subsequently much din...

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. — 3 November 1885

whin ntmor$ournal Stanford, Ky Novombor 3, 1885 I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. stall Ualnrotn North. MHHNMNUHMIMl 1 DO f M - BOUth tttwW 30 P M iprwilraln" Mouth MMIItMMHI 1 J At Hi " " ' Norn i , 2 05 A Mi Ih noro la calculated on itandard Mine, Bolar tme la about 20 minutes faster, LOCAL NOTICES. BtJY your school boolci from Penny A McAHiter. MuIloneiiTs A Htacki nre headquarter for atnunltion. Guns at nil prices nt MoKobert & Mnw't, from $2.50 to $100. CoMPLvre atock of rchoo. bookn and chool ouppllrw nt MoRobtrta & 8ten'. Watch ka and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A Buy the Hum Hoir HemHy, the original and only genuine, from Penny A ooMPi.irrn nock of Jewelry, latent ityJc. Ilookford watches a apecialty, Pen ny A ip4llMtr. PERSONAL. Oi.v C'tTiPMAN.C(l. M II Crump and M.J MrRr were here Kridnf en route In Lntica'er o mtH'ei In the Owaley Rtflee. Cm. Saviui. A Walton, L F. Hubble anil H, C. Koflnan, of liinoaster, and Col. It. P .lacoboatd It iberl Hardi...

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. — 3 November 1885

7 journal WEALTH OF URUGUAY; AN OBSCURE COUNTRY GROWING INTO COMMERCIAL PROMINENCE. A lMtA of OrcHt Natural Itrinurce A l'o lblo lllvnl of tho United Stuto Ail- tnntnscsof lu Uruguay. CurtU' Montevideo Letter. Tho great wealth of Uruguay li nt in cattle nnd shoep, and Its chief ox ports are wool and boaf, but the agricultural resource of tho country will bo tho basis of iti future grontnei', ani it will enter into compotltiuti with tho Unitod States in supplying the world with bread-stuffs and provision. When a total population of only 500,00';, including men, women, and chlldron, carries ou a foreign commerce of nearly $53,000,000 annually, or $10,003 per capita, it can bo Inferred that thero is enorgy and industry at work, ani a productive field for it toongagoin. It is claimed that Uruguay has greater ''natural roiourcsi than any othor South American country, and it Is probably true. It U also claimed that the profits on labor and capital are greater thero than on the continent, ...

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. — 6 November 1885

VeeUii mmt & nkiw Tmn unfit 7 VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1885. NO. 71, SmMfittwliIn $nf eriorlonnral i'MOI(hcif Ttimtilnxin anil Ifrtitav 8U.OO lJQlt ANNUM Wtim paid itttetlr In Jtdc. I( wa hT. to wilt anr tlmr, 03.00 1)1 he charaail. W. P. WALTON. HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. XotcmW Rot in the first anow tome 'JO elaya earlier than tte uuiiu wont. Haying been nlmfnt for several elaja I hayo not had opportunity to note pawing event. Col. Wenthtrfonl lias returned (rem hit Teias trip looking well. There Mtmi to be nn tinrral anions our people and a deposition to lojk tjwards the Went. During a late rUItntlon among the districts I found taj old friend, E. Tarrant bending hi power to the elucidation of the hidden mraterlei of educational lore and apparently enjnjlne his worthy work. I struck him for n letter to the Inteiuou, but he claimed that the uinu who honcatly discharged tho office of a teacher did hi whole dutjr and hod no tltue for other UulneA generally 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. — 6 November 1885

Stanford, Ky.,- November 0, 1885 W. P. WALTON. TIIE DEMOCRATS Win in Now York and Virginia by Largo Majorities, Whilo in tho Othor States Thoy Thoir Usual Voto. 'jKalionc Cleaned Out, Loci;, Barrel. Stock and (JLOHY UKODU1I roil ONE WAY. The ele:tion news is almost 88 good as it can be. New York re electa Hill Gofer, nor by fully 11,000 majority, whlla gives tho gallant FiUhngh Lee 30,000 Wwe, auJ elects a over tho little renegade, legislature S3 overwhelmingly democratic, that Mnhone, tho untcrupulotn eoamp, and trader in the honor of tbe State, 1b buried bo deep that he will nevor raieebia dirty head again, much less aspire to hoes tbe grand old mother of S'atesor to represent her in the U. S. Senate. The honeet people ol Virginia have galledunder a yoke of degradation that he has with the tbe support of the Arthur .aid or negro votes, administration and the help of men as low in the political icale as himself, been hlfi fn fane unon them, and they deter- mined that they culd free...

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. — 6 November 1885

Stanford, Ky., Novembor 0, 1885 I. A .LOCAL TIME CARD. Aall train going North ......- 14 " ' Boath..... strain" Boutta... &xpre .-. ii ii worn, Knohdy line Levi's. LOCAL MATT Ens. , Its r.u. 11 so r. x. 1 M A.M. ... .....m 2 vO A.M. IhesuOTeli calculated oa standard time. Bolar tmeU about SO utnuUa fatter, LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your school booki from Penny & McAlUter. McHoiieiiTuA 8TAno are headquarter for amunttion, Guns at all prices at Mcltoberta & fltairjr'i, from $2.50 to $100. CoMTLCTE atock of school hooks and echool euppllcs at Moltoberta A StacK'1' Watcheh and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A BUY Uip Has Ho Remedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny A coMri.rTE stock of Jowolry, latent style. Rockford watehen n specialty. A McAliKtfr. PERSONAL. Maiiiiie Nf.wi.aN Is vtaitinc relative ai Lmcmtrr. Coi. John 11. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, attended court this week. Mas W (1 WVlci went to IxinK Ion WeJneml.iv ti see Dr. J. V. Uox, who is quite i...

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. — 6 November 1885

jk loatnal 33C UP HILL CHANGES. From Frjtestantism to English Ritualism, Brother Baukm, is your God God? or do the elements of change reet with the conf.&Mton and even church organisations were repudiated 07 the Evangelist years ago, and the cw.it change of the "Mountain Evame lilt," mpccifully, augtreatii tbe abiTO The Mountalu Apoitle, you know, onie veara ago Marled out from bluegraas plains to evangelize and convert the hea then world, that is, the hilly country of eastern Kentucky, with a sort of picked up, aii going Protestantism, trimmed with a (tee rose-water gospel, which doctrines the Evangelist like the good Biptiit did bis immersion-' sprinkle" though all his ser mons in the hilly Gentile world, being professedly guided by a revelation from an unerring God, who is all love and nothing else, "praise the Lord." Our "MounUin Evangelist," in his good work did go, and preach, just aa the Lord told him to do, in all tho nations of this mountain OU3 country, and the Evangel...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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