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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 December 1885

? II" L' .ii Semi S Inlenorlounral GEO. 0. BARNES. 'I Believed: Therefore Have I Spo ken." 'Praise the Lord. God U Loreand Nothing Elao," SlIAHJEHANrORK, INDIA, Not. 10, '85. Dear Interior: -Ai I wm thinking orer the formuU la "our beautiful Com-moo 8erlce,"I wm impressed, in a way which I wish to jiut oo record, by these word: "The bod of cur lord Jnui Christ, which wis given for the, preaerre thy body and soul unto everlasting life." All familiar with the Church of Erglaod atrvlcia, nt occe recojntzi the words spoken by the Priest, m he gtres the bread to the communicant. The particular words that gave me new H,ht were: 'Tretem thy body." What connection bu the "broken body" of our LORD Christ with my body, so that Ills becomes a "preerTer" of mint? "He poured out Ills soul unto death." That (area my soul. Hat hu His body, by the same heavenly logic, a direct communication with ailncT 1 belters it hs. And if so, what un koown blwine l'r children of the Father turn their backs upon...

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. — 22 December 1885

I - i . J Ji.S( 1 1 mm0 mJm t T W JBIMY AND THE DUKE. IKnnuyK. ?lM.Try, Jimmy was rng;od and dirty and Alone, but no Rclon of royalty over carried hi bond hlgbor, or vroro both bun Is in his with mora unconcorn thau did Jimmy that dny. What it overybody else was riding on the beach gue he'd bad of bin own that morning, and could give tbe best of 'ora pointers on the uanogoment of a sail-boat any day. At for drivingbah I hadn't he two goal lost of his own, nod "whew wl if that Isn'tft tunv out, now!"1 and Jimmy stopped stock-still to gaze. ,. A socond look told tbe wholo story. "It's tbe duke!" be exclaim!, in that tone of awe which overy sovereign citizen of Americi uses when speaking of rank. "I beard he'd como to tbe boacli, and that' him, sure as fate. Well, if that ain't a clippcrl" Two coal-black bono in glittering barrios dancod beforo the natty road-cart, and were deftly driven by a rather bored-looking, young man in a cool, baggy coat and straw hat, while upon the slightly 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. — 22 December 1885

Sent Veekln nitfiot Jamf rod r VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1885. NO. 84., Santa Glaus' Headquarters. fj Grand Display of Appropriate and Useful Holiday Pesents at the til w Wit ll f f TOfl i i'leaae accept my most sincere thanks fur the liberal patronage you lmvo ' given mo during tho past year nntl I kindly nsk n continuance of tho Ptirno for tho coming year I shall emlenv jr to keep a Complete line Hardware, Groceries, NlovcH, Orates, Sail, lame, Mayfield Elevators, Corn Spel lers, traw isuxxers, Also Hie best XMown i the market, Oliver and rJHic Imperial, steel. convlnw My business will ba conducted m trial with either will you. A heretofore, and to those who prefer piying cash vr.ll make a liberal ,t thai will enable you to buy as LOW from me as any one. With my beat wishes, I remain W. KC. W. H. MolvlNNEY, Salesmen' John URionT, Jk ) GREAT BARGAIN STORE. Sjich. an Array lias not been seen in Stanford lately and the Prices ae so Low that the poor as well as th...

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. — 22 December 1885

Stanford, Ky., ... December 22, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Afxsh considerable discusiion the Morrison bill for a change o( rule KOTernine the Heme was pa"ed br the decisive vote of 226 to 70. The opposition was led by Randall rnd Hoi man and they made a gallant fight. The distribution of the power of the appropriation committee was the main point of dlicuswton, the minority con-tending and very plausibly that such a siep would lead to greater extravagance in appropriation since no especially set of men would be responsible for the amount. As nas been said not only good faith with the continued ascendancy of the people but the democratic party nqulree that the House and the democratic Administration should exercise the most rigid economy consistent with the efficient conduct of the Government. Prodigal would and ought to wriously damage the democracy, which is p'.edged to honest economy and reduced taxation. The Levington Obtentr, which has watched the cotme of events in the Eutern Lunatic A...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 December 1885

lntmor$oiirnal Stanford, 'Ky December 22, 1885 . G. WALTON, - Uuslnqea Mnnagor. I. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. M til train going North ., ... .. l M r. . Boutb UlSr.M. Ctprnituln;; Bouth...... .... l 82 a.m. " " " Nor &....,......,... 2 OS A.M. the It calculated on standard time. Holar (a la i bout 20 minutes tuUr LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your tchool book, from Penny A McAllMer, Wxtciim and Jewelry rep.!rt?d on nhort ootico and warranted by Penny & McAHa r. Bdt the Haas Hog llcmedy, the and only genuine, from Peony AMcAW inter. A oosirtKTK atock of Jewelry, latent rtyle. Kockford watchea a peci)ty. Pen oy A McAHrter. PERSONAL. Miw. John O'IIkkn went to Loalavllle yetUrday. Mrs J. tt. Duke U in LouUvllle on a vinlt to relativee. Miw Lula McKinnky went to Richmond yeeterdny to Walt lelattvM. Mm. Btakk Fibw, of Crab Chcjiird, hu been Tiding Mr Dr. J. O. Carpenter. Mn. Titos Phelps, of Madfeon, la vieithxr hiadauuhler, Mr. Hxhard Cobb, Jr. Mr. and Mm. Harry Kamey. of Lexington, hare ben...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 December 1885

q - At 44,00 TEJ .PrUIH W it irmly In advanc. 1 1 w ...n'anT Uui. f a.rt will b cnaraed. W. P. WALTON. A STORY OF FREDERICKSBURG. Herbert W. CoUlngwood In Now York Sun. (t was aftsr the battle of Fredericksburg The ground was strown with the fallen riily lay in. ranks, on the side of the hill WitkUuer front to us; and bo could A stone to the nearest rank, so clow Had the pushed their way to the frowning edge Of our rifle pit In the lait mad charge, When tliey struck our lines like an angry sludge, And fought up undor ttw.vary guns . Till the' bhM Una wavered, and turned, attd broke, And stragglers sullenly disappeared Behind tlio mantis of pitying smoke. Thero was one tall man in the nearest rank, So tall he had towarod abore tho rest As we watched him bearing the tattered flag. Ho lay with a rifle ball through his breast , We thought him dead, bat he turned at c last, hlmsolf on hU elbow there, And looked down over tbe bloody field, Then back at us In a fierce do'palr. Wo saw him f...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 December 1885

S .n; 'JHctlily .3 lutnor ItmriwI FRENCH ELECTIONS. INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF THE WAY THEY CONDUCTED. Ailrftiitngot nttil Dtsailrantnget, n Com varatl with thn Sjttara Ilero Inrf nn Ordarir r for wane of a Solemn Duty. TThooJoro Biagtoa's TarU teller.) Tha French cltitm Ii now on tha list n( Totflr, and be has hit alecioral carJ which be procure! nt tba a r's "ofilca. Wo shall noW.folloT.hliB to tha ballot-box. If lis wishes to ten ooo of tha Jtttlgai otaloctton ba must bo at tha polling pttiae a llttla boforo S o'clock, tba hour at which. at wo have aoen by tha lector! eard, tho voting boglns. Ha will, tberafora, go to tba town ball, or to the publlo or to tba mayor's private houa, or to the porch of tho church, (or nny of tasw plow may ba tba spot, but not to a corner liquor store, or a tavern or sotns other low resort, at la alinoit always tba re,M In America. Ha will find policeman nt tba door to keep order, tba mayor, with bit bat olT, sitting behind long tflblo. A Ilka hlmtol...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 December 1885

u w j, IIM w" " a aaaaatsi ! . T' K - . - INGERSOLL'S SPEECH. OMINATING BLAINE AT THE CIN' CINNATI CONVENTION IN 1876. A . Brother' Solicitude and Auxlety A Vulture FearedThe Fatuous Speech Hastily Scribbled at Night After Long rrocrattlnatlon. (Cor. CtereUnd Leader. I Up to 1ST0 Ingeraoll h4 ba limply a jwisoonbly tuccetsCul Uwyer of Peoria, 111. Bo wat ona of the Republican delegates to tbe Cincinnati contention ot 1873, and a strong Blaine man. He arrived In Cincinnati with soreral other Illinois delegates sororal days before the conrentlon assembled. The city was full of people, and they wero having a high old time. The Blaine men bad meeting! erery day, and did srerytbine in their power to 'boom" their candidate It was flnaUydocldoi to have thol nominating speech made by some Illinois'? man, and the IllinoU delegation settled upon IngarsolL 'There was present In the city Bob's favorite brother, who died a few years later, and at whoso grave the groat atheist delivered his world...

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. — 25 December 1885

t - ( v JJ Semi 0 Weill mtefiif mtfturi a VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1885. NO. 85, I'ublltheil Turitu niul ! yn -AT 83 I'JSIt ANNUM, CrfVHII. It li undirttood If we credit tint 11.60 'Ill be ex- ptcted toil demsndtd. W. P. WALTON. Christmas ,60NNET. HEN tho high Son of Clod would com to earth To overcome this rut- thor of Its woo, And deal to kill lt fit Hi and fatal blow, lie sought uot robo of atnw nor throno or vrealtli. Hut rie to tnaubood from a iicoaatit btrth. Tba WW l IaM hero cattlu bloat and loir; 1'IcamU it tbi traclou Lonl o( Ileiwcn ao To phWR tho world w Ith Heaven's holy mirth., VIiom. earn tint lr, wbowoTo flrt gladly 'u , Tho token of n cod within our racol Tbiuy arc not monarch, iroud In to-art and r fu(V. Hut bejbcrrU, ItatculnR to tho harmony Of aufft I votcci. Ho tnuA huinblo l Wliosti Onl v ill rUn on 1 hia Ioto embrnco. n ,, HUM Aim viuyaui, 1C I Gk0. 0. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. God Is Lovoaud Nothing Else." StuiueirANrsSK, Ixdia, Not. 17, ...

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. — 25 December 1885

r Stanford, Ky., W. - December 25, P. -WALTON. . i Either Minnie Wallace Walkup is a very bad woman or she is pursueded by a villainous fate which seems destined to engulph her. In August last she was mar ried in Covington, this Bute, and went with her husband to live at Emporia, Kansas. But before the usually honeymoon period waa over, the husband sickened and died in such a mysterious manner that the bride was arrested and lodged in jail for poisoning him. Her trial was a long and bitter one and she escaped conviction br the skin of her teeth. 8be and her mother then went to New Orleans and they were lost sight of for several months, when fate again brings her into notice of an unenviable kind. The husband bad an insurance on his life and some other assets which would go to ber and their prospective heir, but his relatives are trying to keep her from getting them by attempting to prove that while In ia.il, she bad repeated inter course with a son of the sheriff and the turnkey. Mr...

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. — 25 December 1885

?!! Stanford, Ky Decomber 25, 1885 1 "i1 1' - ; ; B. O. WALTON, SiMlnonB Managor. I. N. LOCAL TIME CAM. Mall train nlrI North ... . I (3 Ml, " " ooutb ii is r. x. - uiMiuN,tl MWMXIWIIMO 1 Ah M I. II 11 Noth 05 A.M. Ttat kOTi le calculated on standard time. flolsr Iras U ibout 20 mhmUe AteUr A0M NOTICE. Buy your school 'booki from Penny h McAIUtw. , WatCKW Unci Jewelry required on short ootieo tod'wirrDtd " br Penny A McAlis r. Boy! tha Hm Hop; IUmedr, the oriitl oat kod only genuine, from Penny AMcAl Uler. A complete dock of jewelry, latest style. Rockford watche n specialty. Pen ny & McAlUter. PERSONAL Mr. E B IIay&em Ii back from Te-x aa. MlM Molue Fife, of Richmond, ia the guest of Miw Kate Hall. Juixje R. P. Jacobj and W. F. Efana, of DanTllle, were here yeaterday. Mim Miknie VanAiudaij of Har rcdtburg, b visiting MIm Sue Rout. Mm. R J. Stadek aod wife arc visit ing the family of her father at Boeton, Ky. Mihs Hoe Wade Beazley, of Louisville, ia spending the holidaya wit...

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. — 25 December 1885

loarnal A FOOL'S CHRISTMAS. CfttWkts watcbod them tOl they turned too cornor and the fluttering ribbons of the ioV bkie drc were lost In tho distance It was most pathetlo to benr John Kollor fell of tlintrldo afterward: "I nover saw any human beln' as happy as that boy. Krery squir'l that crossed the road pleaiod'hlm. "Every bird that flow over our bend doHghted him. He made that little fox in his pocket bark a hundred times, I reckon, and he said he never had luch a nlco ride before Ton my word, I couldn't keep the tears out o' me eyes to 8oe him so happy and know where ht was goln' 'I, dot't too how, them 'Carson cUldren' rauM send him away; I really don't. ' If Tie had been mean or stubborn or ugly in any way I could understand It; but Davywhy, Davy was as sweet-tempered and kind a critter as over wm born. Wouldn't harm a fly, , Dklnt.know anything but good; didn't seem to' uavVeTsr heard thero was any bad in tho world.'1' af tcf tliey roachod their destination that John .Keller ...

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. — 1 January 1886

I V- weeklo Fresno county, California, It almost twice nt largo na tbo state of Connecticut, four times at large as Delaware, eight times as largo nt Rhode Island, Jmt tho size of Masacbutotu, end oxcoods the entire stats of New Jersey by an nrea of 5W square miles. A Curious or Cotton. (Chicago Tribune 1 Tho Hon. Thompson Hlrd, coinrulni loner of agriculture, has in bit ofllco auoxtonslvo curiosity in tho way of nn agricultural which wiu grown on tho place of ex-mayor Hcborteu of this city. It is a cotton plant, hybrldiwJ, nbout fourteen foot lu bight, and I all to bo capablo of produc ing four balot to tho aero should n successful culture of It bo nccoiniill'hod. Tho by which It Is mature 1 it nt follows: Early In tba inorniug boforo tha blossoms oiwn tho stamens of tbo cotton blossom oit taken out, and tho pistils of tho cotton nro hybridized by tho pcllen of nn okra blossom. The hybrid Izsd blossom is then by cloths to prevent Insects from doing harm. At soon as tbo boll is form...

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. — 1 January 1886

Stanford, Ky., i V January 1, 1880 w. P. WALTON. Tnz ngony la over, the Legislative offl cershave been nominated and elected, the biennial infliction is liere and may he Lord have merer upon ut. Hon. Charles 8. Offatt, of Baurbon, le for the second time the presiding officer of the House, receiving 51 rote in the caucus, oyer Mr. Spalding, who scored 23 Mr. Owew, who was understood to be a candidate, w not put in nomination. Mr. Oflatt k a fine puilamentulan, with much expert- nr. h&Tin? served two other terms m a member of the House. He is 29 jean old, brainy and promising. Tho clerkship was won by Hon. Green JR. Killer, who received 49 totes to Col. E. Folk Johnson's 35. Keller made an active canvass, visiting all the members at their homes, while John-on treated to his record and fitnees for a reelection. These latter coant but little it seems. It is the batton.holder who wine every time. Mr. Keller is a competent and clever gentloman and having had experience both as a membe...

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. — 1 January 1886

StmichIijnUrioronrnal Stanford, Ky., January 1, 1880 - - i E. O. WALTON," Business Managor. ,1. AN. LOCAL TIME CURB: Mall train going North. ........... .. 1 &S r, at. Bo uth .. .WIS P.M. Eiprt strain" Kouth,.............-...... 1WA. at. " " K9fAi.mM.imw.iiMMI 90 A. M. lbs aove la cateuUud ea standard time, Bolet tatlt about 30 minutes fatter LOCAL NOTICES. But your school booka from Tenny A McAltxter. WATcnaa and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted by Peony A MeAlta Boy the Hum Wot Raraedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny A OOMPi.rns stock of jewelry, latent style. Rockford watchee a specialty. A McAlitter. PERSONAL Mibs Emma Dodds, of Boyle, it visit log Mrs. Porter Blagg. Mas J. T. O'IIrrn returned from her vMt to Louisville yesterday. Mb. Geo. II. Shuck ha gone on the the road temporarily for Buell A Bona. Mn. and Mrs Wm.Aviies, of spent the holldaya at her old home. Miaa Lahiia LiNDiNBKBOXn.of Lou Isvllle, is visiting her annt, Mra. Cath Bal-ley. Mum Mo...

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. — 1 January 1886

Interior onrna! JEWEL OR PASTE ? J. 8. Winter In Harper's Baxar. Shortly after tbe terrible tragedy took place in Warnecllffe barracks, which as I recounted In "A Regimental Ghost, " re. suited In the deaths of two of the most popular subaltern' of "tho Dlack Horso" better known as "Rap " and an official announcement appsared in The Oacttte to the effect that Lester Brooke and D'Arcy de Boltngbroka had been appointed to fill the two vacant places. In official language it ran thus; "Loiter Brookes gentleman, to be lieutenant, vlea Christopher McKtntle, deceased ; D'Arcy de Bolipgbroke, gentleman, to be lieutenant, Tico Douglas Graham, deceased." Naturally enough, the officer ot tht Black Horn looked forward with a ood deal of interest to the advent of the two now tubalttrns. " Brookes proved a rattling good fellow, handsome, and a good all-round man be-sides, and as little given to display ot hb vast' wealth as it Co had come Irfto th sorvice with an allowance ot but 200 or 300 a yea...

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. — 5 January 1886

$nkior$oratI VuhUttUctl Tuftlau Mini Frttlav -AT tgtJJ 13ANNUMi OAHir, It li understood ir we creJIt that 11.50 will be ex peeled and demanded. W. P. WALTON. of CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. lion. F. F. Uobbilt spent Sunday at horns. , Oils J. NewUnd ii to be seen busy eyery ly on tha street with tho feitie and fickle taxpayer. Payne ha renteJ property In Barbourvllle. and will move LI stock cf goods thither in a short time. Last Saturday wae our municipal flee it tion: itama chancre were made in the hoard of trustees without excitement or Interest. ' Ittv Green, of Louisville, has accepted acallby the Ihptist chufch here,and nlll in fill that pulpit on each first and third Sun of "the hoya" have "dworn oil" with the beglnnlnc of the year. It is devoutly hoped they may hold out with the year. There is nothing doing here in the way of trade in live stock, notwithstanding Mr. R. Ii. Ward and Dab Land are live men in the trade. Dr. Joeph B. Graham, Stark Fish and other have erected a d...

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. — 5 January 1886

Stanford, Ky., January 5, 1880 w. P. WALTON. TAinro bis cue from Mr. Cleveland, Gov. knjtt hM sint hU meeeaRe to the Legislature in ft dtcuuieiit nearly ai long. It ie strange that our alleged great men can not expreea themselves in fewer words. An apprcntlcesbip as prK,Bl,uer uu vvt which believes and enforces the maxim that "brevity is the role of wit," might help such fellows amazingly. Bat the governor's meAsige contains much that is worthy of consideration, besides Its statis tics, and our legislators would do well to digest it carefully and adopt moet of the suggestions submitted. The Governor launches forth after congratulating the body upon the favorable auspices under which It meets, both in State and National aflairf, into the glaring and mischievous defects of our financial system. He pre-tents a table to show that there wai an actual deficit in the treasury of $203,185.52 on the 30lh of June and that unless some-thing is done It will have grown to by next June, due to ba...

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. — 5 January 1886

SeiMctitli! $ntmor imtal Stanford, Ky., January 6, 1880 , m E. O. WAIiTON, - IMWHtMiinasur, l.tfN. LOCAL Uall train going North -(.! l'a r. m. DVUlilHIMMMHH . .- in r. m. Br rts(raln" DOUth f ru aim. !f fi Xi Of II MMM a 00 A.M. The jovi li calculated oo standard Hint, Boler tratls about 20 alBul faaler L9CAL tfOTICEi. Boy your School bool" from Penny A McAlIefer. WATCBfcR nod Jewolry repaired on nhort notice and waniuwd br Penny & McAlis But the ITm ITog Remedy, the kod only genuine, from Penny Aoompletb etock of Jewelry, latest rtylo. RocWord wttchee a upecUlty. Pen. ay A McAIlMer, PERSONAL Editor W. B. HAwarortD, of the Junction City Uerohl, wan here yMterdey. Mr. 0. B BARMtTT. of the McKlnney neighborhood, bee nioted to the Cpt. RicbVidt' piece neir town. Dr. IIuou Kkio Km been appointed by the State B lard f Health a local member for this county for the ensiling two yearf. MlM NAUNKRLECAMrBlXI,0f DiURh' ten College, relumed ywterday after days' eUy with her lunt, Mra. J. 8....

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. — 5 January 1886

HER BITTER ENEMY. rspne?r" In New York Town Tories. L A decided sensation mi produced la Philadelphia social circle recently by the return, to life, so to spoak, of the boauttful Jeislo MonerlelT, daughter of Mr. Anthony Moncrlolt, the Philadelphia tanker and well known traveler and dllottanto. The young lndy's exceodlng grace and beauty, her rare accomplishments, together with tho romarkabla and almost incredible ad venture the has gone through, promlso to make her the belle of the season. If her joalout, doting parents can bo porsuaded to spare bor to society. Her adrenturoi indeed are almost as strange as those of Casper Hnujer, but not nearly so sad in tbolr course, and happy instead of traglo in tholr end tag. It tnakoi one almost shudder to think of what might bare been the sequel of her long imprisonment beneath an impenetrable incognito, contrlrod with demouiao art, but for the sudden accldont which terminated it; but as it is, she has burst upon bor parents and society like...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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