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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 7 November 1884

Semi VOLUME XIIL J. VeeUii PROPOSE TO Imtetiif 0 mtfti&L And in many instances less than cost. We have $ 6r$$( Wefffife of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, to sell in this way. Remember this is not the tajl 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 will be given to any man who wishes to buy the entire stock. The Socittf Column. The LouinTllle Gmmnetal ,nta It strong when It colli tho twople who affect not to like newspaper notorietr hypo-alter; but It it tererthelew true that a ureal. majority of people are eager to aee their names In print. The ittutngtr wn among tin firat of the Kentucky newspaper to start a society column, and as much care and time ha been taken In nUt...

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. — 7 November 1884

Stanford, Ky., Novembor 7, 1884 W. P. WALTON. ST 31 PRAISE THE LORD ! Iho People Havo Spoken iu Thunder Tones Against Fraud and Corruption, And Mado Grover Cleveland Their Honored Prosidont. The South. New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Indiana Qive Him Their Votes, And Sovoral Othor States Havo no Doubt Done- Likowiso. JL Famous Victory for Honesty and rarity in onieinl Lire. Pcoplo fcInt5 PbhIihb or TrnlH. XouisviLLE, Noy. 7, 0 a. m Tne following are from this mornlnR'a Courier Journal: Bojb, we have got them thin time dead sure. They may kick and tqueal aa much as they like, but I bare seen, the official Tote of each county in the State of New York and I tell you Cleveland and Hen drickabave a insjority over Blaine and Lo gan. Utterly uesigncu are nu oiner his natchea to the contrary. Bet every dollar yon have got on what I tell you, but make your bets that Cleveland will receive the electoral vote of the State of New York aad will be the next President of the "United State. O...

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. — 7 November 1884

Stanford, Ky., Novoralor 7, 1884 nuv uiiny, LOCAL NOTICES. your school bookn from Tate & HEADQtTAnTEiM for nohool books at Mc- Koberts A SHrjiV. Nuwakadis of ready mixed paints for wiring trad at McKiiHTt c Wati'iim ntl Jewelry repaired on ahort notice nhil warrnnted by Tate & Penny. A coMri.KTn "lock of jewelry, latent stylo Itookfun! watches n specialty. Tato & Penny. Dot'ni.n ami single barrel ihot guns ranging from $3 to $100. Also ammunition of nil kind at McKoberts & HtaggV, PERSONAL. CtU S. M. Huiuibtt, of Inncster, wan here yesterday. Mias Pauline UiiiM&i has fjone to visit friends in Allantn. Dit Joiti M. Fict.ANi), of Louisville, It at liouie for a few day. Mim Mattie Huovvn.oI Lsncter, is with her sister Mr. Gee. II. Ilruoo. Mn Joan A. llAi.Dr.MAK, of the CW iff'JournntMfcil up to Crab Oiolinnl Wednesday for a few days viwuliuii lhrw. Cait. V. J. Wash, formerly with t!il paper, showed his handsome face here yesterday, licit now connected with the K. C....

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. — 7 November 1884

-OV I 3tanford, Ky., - November 7, 1884 WASHINGTON LETTER. To the Editor of Thejlntorlot Journal. AVAntN'QTrts, Niverabsr 1, 18S1. It is an odd fact that the bent sign or the approach of the gay Rcaon in Washington ia noticed at the auction Bslei. These competitive entertainment nre very popular in this city and draw big crowds. They ore especially diverting to cerlaln claws of women who love n tjtrgaia as mucn bs uicj do a bonnet, but they nre also a Bource of N excitement and interest to the very large number of people here who eke out an In-come by renting rooms, or takinz boarders. There is hardlf a patallel in any other city of the country to this, in this respect. A reasonable etimato would say that at least one half of the domiciles of nre occupied by more than one family. The principle reason for this is found in the fact that incomes are usually small. A clerk with a salary of $1,000, 31,200 or $1,400 and an incretiin? family, cannot afford to rent ft good house fir their e...

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. — 11 November 1884

Semi VOLUME XIII. MTm'H? mk, 47W VW - I -.. ..- ,SH r 'I' '!!' B WV IB A f i 1 Sl2 &4M, j.w. PROPOSE T Iniefiof EJ Jumftt HI And in many instances less than cost. We have $j5$Q Wefftll of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, to sell in this way. Remember this is not the 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 will be given to any man who wishes to buy the entire stock. The flerr Wiinkh in Jtrstit. The Jaraey of tlila ieon is almost an entirely new garment. It li made of Jer-ht webbing, and i unlined, bat there are tttmi in it Juit like any other lra body, nnd the webbing li a cloter fabric, and makes no Indiscreet rerelatiom of the underwear aa formerly. It ii customary...

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. — 11 November 1884

58BlttHiinttrioronrnnI Stanford, Ky., -November 11, 1884 W. P. WALTON. TiuiiEfeeniB now nothadow of a donbt that tho democracy will reap the fruits of their Glorious victory of a week ago. The country is to be congratulated that after 24 of extravagance, corruption in hiRh places and a rtendy effort to keep up hate, vc arc to return to democratic aimplicity in government and the melhcda to Jong Igcored. The Solid South nrraycd against the Solid North will be known no more, but North, South, Esut and "West will be united and henceforth labor together fcr the common good of the grcateft country on the globe. Cleveland, in every position to which he ha been call. ed has shown himielf strong, capable, hor eat and unflinching in his effort to bring about reforms nod as President he will uso cvercreater ciTorta for the restoration of National honor, for the rtcitabliahuient of honesty and integrity in office and for a thorough reform iu our governmentfll affairs. "We'ehnll have no nioie w...

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. — 11 November 1884

f y. Htuiford, Ky., . - Novoinbor II, 18M l.&N. LOCAL TIME CiflD. Mall train going North. ..12 4,1 r. u. " Couth 1 ftfl i. ii. Exrrnilraln" Houth ....., 1I4a.u. " ' " Norn 1IU,ii, JlienlwTclicalctiUUtl on standard time, Molar lltnol aloiit 20 mlniitos faslor LOCAL NOTICES. Drv your fchool book froui Tnt & enny. IlKAlMllTAUTEIlsforrciiool boot nt Mn. Roberta t'cSYncgV. NkwuKbiIch of ready mixed pninls for eprltiK tra Jc at MoKotwrta & StiggV. VATCitm nnd Jewelry repaired on ahort notice nml warranted by Tsle & lVnny. A ctMij.KTi: s-took of jewelry, latent tylo Jtockford walchea n iecially. Tate & lVnny. DuriiLK and Inj( barrel idiot j;tiiis rannlnit from $.'1 to $100. Alao of nil kind at Mcltobcrta & 8laifu'.i Fiitr' Fm!! a man that he did not havn hia Dropcrty in-mired, adnr it I iw lieen bimisd. Tlie only tuiin Id secure indemnity mmlrwl tioh Jos-aw, imiiK)!K tlie fire. It would k iw wr Up, tn on 1 1 without delay, on Jno, M. I'IiiIiih and art iiwnrancfi, Ji...

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. — 11 November 1884

Stanford, Ky., November 11, 1884 ftibltKhcd Tticmtavti Fridaw, sa.oo rEii ANNUM Whenpafd atrletly in adTanre. If wo hare to wait ant time. 83.80 will be chareed. All a Muddle. What a jumble i the otory of ft day. John McCiNlouch broken down in Chicago, Fiank Chanfrnu dead of paraljahj in New York, Fanny Ellter dying in Vienna and Mary Anderson celebratln; her nineteenth birthday again. What an old world of of surprises and contrasts it is. Otto Gerbcl hangs himself in St. Louis garret with his uuependers because ho did not have enough money to buy a Joaf of bread or a rope, and Mi. "Wiltz kills himself with tho extensive "limited express" becaute he is worth only $200,900. Nana, the drayman's datiRhter, Bella herself to the millionaire's ron for a handful of dollars, and the niiilionahe's daughter ives herself away to tho for nuthinsr. A Brand son of Hour? Caly is shot dead in a drunken row in n Kentucky rumshop, and a son of Patrick Henry Is arrested and fined as a common drunkard ...

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. — 14 November 1884

fr.r fkm VOLUME XIIL jfEII' l CUE AT ,jj iiyM -"' - ittrw ,,- -,HH j. , 1 ltt t f&9 PROPOSE TO wi titefiof lonftmL And in many instances less than cost. We have $Sff Wft& of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, to sell in this way. Remember this Is not the 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 will be given to any man who wishes to buy the entire stock. A Car-Tart Romance. "1 wtat a bw and 1 don't want it," aald a yotwg rllow to a Mloon lui last tight. "Htra's the last nickel I'm tot in ike world, but that Uo't whj I hat. to girt it up. That aleksl rained .." "It did?" queried the bukeeper, "Ym, It Hi raiher a girl that tred it did. DaVt 4kme what tier anr was, fo...

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. — 14 November 1884

s Stanford, Ky., - -November 14, 1884 w. P. WAITON. The Springfield Republican says: "The renabllcarjs must give it up. Qrorer n.nUml ! vlpcted the next President of tke United States and will bo inaugurated on the 4th of March next. The candidate ad campaign of faleehcod fall together in .mutual ruin. The grand old part' we use the words In no satiric sense which tassoverned the country for twenty four years, saying the Union, freeing the slave and retrieving 'financial disaster, goes down, not in honor and honorable defeat, but in disgrace and behind a corrupt, venal and shifty leader. It fell when it nominated Blaine and before a vote had been cast. When it ran up his name to the mast head it insulted the honesty and decency of the xxmatrj; it mistook the whoop of the Chicago mob for the honest convictions and the sober character of the people of the United States. By the same act it both necessitated and it defied revolution and revolution has come. TueSt. Louis Olobt Democrat, ...

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. — 14 November 1884

4- t 1 i ir Stanford, Ky, Novombor 14, 1884 .V. lOWi J7tf CiRD. Uall train .. going North. ja 5 p.m. ii Houlh .. IMP. M. Expreaitraln" Kouth.... 1)4 a.m. " " " Noth ., 1 u i,n, Tb above li calculated on standard time, Molr tlniel .tbodl 20 nitnnle faster LOCAL NOTICES. Ui'v your school book from Tnte A onny. Heaixitahteiu for ichool book at Mo-Roberta A Slagg's. NErrakade of ready mined paint for 'BpritiR traie at Mcllobert & Stagg'. Watches and Jewelry repaired on abort notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. A complete stock of jewelry, latest etylo. Kpckford watche n epeclnlty. Tate A 1'enny. DoviiLn and single barrel ahot gun ranging from $3 lo $100. Alto ammunition of nil kind at McKobcrl A Stagg'a. PERSONAL. Miss Kate Wheiihitt, of Lnncatter, ie visiting here. MlSH MATTIE NON.Vri.LEY I TillInB Mrvl. V. Niinnelley. Natii. Woodcock, the prince of com tflerclsl tourist, in in town. Jin J OrTENiiEiMEit, of the Lincoln Lnd Company, U bsck from Xew York. M. L P.JIuviiLE, of the La...

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. — 14 November 1884

H. Interiorlohrna! Stanford, Ky., - November 14, 1884 ruhUahcA TietW AT a.oo rErt and Frtaay; A.NNTJM. When paid, itrlctlr In advance. If we have watt any time, 83.00 will be charged. OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. ITo the Elltor of The Interior Journtl. posing academy and edkge for oarryiaf oat the glorious wefrpriac. AlreeV ha the capacity ad doeflitay f the race .beea triometwaUy ViasScatel. and aftfaoBffc the laat Mtmror of the atfrMcUe4 people wyfcwaYfroai eerth With HHfe psneaal beaefit, yet he goes with the assurance that the sn on whose early beams he has been permitted to gaze with hopeful glad cess, will shed its noondif splendor pa tae g'tn" eratioo he leavee behind him. The brief and limited acquaintance re ceatly acquired by the writer with the alfctM f akta qa'tattda ia bur oa country haa given U an absorbing ioterw. The educational enterprise amon the nxroes is our Slate is yet in its ia thUtrue in our cjunty. We nam bor no sixteen district it) the county representing probab...

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. — 18 November 1884

Semi 111 III itfeffo lonftral VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 303 ' CLOSING OUT SALE ! i . ..r f,. .j&JF iJi Wi HaydGn ii. ui In or to Qf Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Goods, etc , etc., at and below wholesale cost. A greater portion of the stock is New AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the goods are of superior quality and style, adapted to the requirements of the best trade. The. unseasonable goods in stock are selling BELOW FIRST COST and induce purchasers to buy and carry over for Spring and Summer use. Ctseat SEgaliaffi Hg itec!in a limited amount of tail-end and slightly damaged goods, sold regardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale i& strictly for cash and no accounts will be made. J. W. HAYDEN. CaAB Orchard, Kov. I7.0s raetat occasion, apeaklcg from hew? (which U not rsxg nliad m Itgal rldtDC.) la a I said that "Crab Orchard nu th. town whara mm Mighty b...

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. — 18 November 1884

Stanford, Xy., November 18, 1884 The W. P. "WALTON. CLEVELAND. Tlioy Could Not Count Him His uui. Averacre Official Plurality in New York 1,107. Last Shadow of moved, Doubt Ro- A3BHK flIH. BE OUU XEXT rilESlDZ.NT. The gony la t lt over, the official count of New York has been completed and the Cleveland electors have been. shown to be chosen by a plurality of 1,096 for the lowwt to 1,230 far the highest. This rcRult wukn6wn the next day after the election, bat dying men will catch at straws and the republican leaders hoped against hope to find Bomethinu in the official canvas of the vote, which would give them a chance to cry fraud and eventually succeed in ob taming the electoral vote of New York for Blaise, but the work is finished, the last hope is gone and the rascals reluctantly acknowledge at last that they must go. It is judgment day for them for they know that when the books of the government shall be examined by dem6cratic experts, they will show a mass of corruption, thiev...

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. — 18 November 1884

f i J iwffillccftlfij ntenorjournal j Stanford, Ky., November 18, 1884 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CRD. Mall train solng North... .13 r. u. Hoitih... m.1 M p, u. Eirrrstraln" Houth.... . I II A.M. Norh .. 1 J..M. Tbe store li calculated on standard Unit, Holar tlmt t about 20 mlnntM fastor LOCAL NOTICES. UUV your school bvoka from Tate it enny. HKAixjirAriTKiis for chool book at Mc llobcrUu'iHUjui'j. NEwakide of ready mixed palnU for iprinjc (ra Jo at Mcltoberta A HIibrV. WATciieh and Jewelry repaired on bort notice nnu warranted br J ate ft Penny. A complete atock of jewelry, latest Ptyle, JCcckfonl walchea n fjitclalty. Tate A Penny. Dounr.n and elnpln barrel ahot un rangini; from $3 to $100. Alo ammnnl. tion ol all kinria at .MoHflbcrl V StaRgV PERSONAL. Mil. C. K. Gk.nty bai removed to I'arli. M. I'r.YTO.v, Kscj , went to London $ 'Ana Annie Lauiiik Hanky Is friends t Shclbr Citf. .Mns. John W. Holt Ins returned from a rWt to her mother In .Missouri. Mk.CS. Ha Lusir and wife,,o(tClar r...

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. — 18 November 1884

Intcriorlonnwl Slaarord, Ky., November 18, 1884 tubHltcl TttOHitavB and Friilav$ AT 3.00 PER ANNUai advance. " JT to When paid strictly la will be charged. watt anT time. 83.80 ML SALEM. LINCOLN COUNT). A little two-year-old child of Geo. McAnnlch died near Mount Salem a short time since. After nearly nine years absence in a scorching climate, in a land of bright promises and uncertain performances, we osce more make our bow to the leaders and writers of the Joouhal. We haye but HlUe to note, however, of news except that the people appear to be atill in a feverish Htate of excitemtnt over the election news. The great changes which have taken place in our long exile have been sufficient to have astonished even Rip Van Winkle himself. Hills have grown into mountains anu ine lauu nss cuiujru - hue. So miny new house hve bsen put up that it is sometimes difficult to tell whether we are in the town or country. Mount Salem, owing to superior rail facilities of surrounding towns has not gr...

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. — 21 November 1884

' . Semi Hi imfefi mtfnal VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, NOVEMBER -21, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 304 1) k CLOSING OUT SALE ! - "N. - i Ji.W. Hay V In order to v J! -' ' L STANFORD. IKTZ". upfJuD fllry froofls, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy A greater portion of the stock is New AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present sea-Km's trade, and the goods are of superior quality and style, adapted to the requirements oi tlie best tt&de. The unseasonable goods in stock are selling BELOW FIRST COST and induce purchasers to feuy and carry over lor Spring and Summer use. fee&t Bargffiias ffeei in a limited amount and slightly damaged goods, sold regardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale ,is strictly for cash and no accounts will be made, J. W. HAYDEN. - fci K jNMrfatt the rpoblcao8 scqnletea' in tbadsftat of Mr. Maine, it it well they, bould know wby ,tlra claim jof IJIaUe'a election . wM ih pf4 . .ill. ike hM(Meh. a I 41 W 1 It appear tua National...

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 November 1884

Scin4MtdflBintoioronrnal SUaford, Ky., November 21, 1884 W. P, "WALTON. If anything were lacking to prove the entire unfitness of James G. Blaine for anr rafu1enca or trust whatever, it is more Uaa farswhed bj his blood r birt speech Made at hie home In Maine Tuetdar night inaaawtr to aserensde. Like a whipped car ht howled out his denunciation of the SoBtb, to which he attributed his sole cause of defeat and used words of reproach toward it that none but a vile, wretch would applj. A thief at heart, scoundrel br nature and an arrant coward, when he can not hide behind other mea's backs, he shows himeelf in his bitter speech to be an incendiarj, willing ad ansions to excite the colored people of tk South to anr deeds of violence that .lkey ir their bliedaeea and Ignorance may trnggest. A deeper dyed, more disgusting a d baser scamp does not exist to-day than Oasaes O. Blaine, upee whom the good of the country have forever put the veal of condemnation. We dislike to spsaL of a fallen...

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 November 1884

f I 4 I JtmrfiittcehlfiSntcnorlournul Stuaford, Xy., Novombor 21, 1884 j' . I. iN. LOCAL TIME CWD. lUlltnlngoln North... (1 r. m, South 1 M r. m. Kicre strain" Bouth ... l it a.w. " " Norn ... . .its a.m. 'fnaator It catcnlatel on standard Hint. Bolar timet .ibout 20 minutes fsiter LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your echool book from Tate A enny. Heaikjiiaiiteiw for echool books at Mc Roberta &8iaV. New akades of read mixed palnta for pring trade at Mcltoberta k Btagg'. Watches and Jewelry repaired on abort notice and warranted by Tale A Penny. A. coMrurTE Mock of jewelry, latwt Style. Itcckford watchea n ipecialtr. Tate & Penny ' Douiile and alnplo barrel thol gao ranging from $3 to S100. Aluo amtnunl. (ion of all kind at McRobert A BlagjcV PERSONAL. JoiKJB J. M. went to Louta- Tllle.jeaterday. 11. H. Jenks, Chief Postal Clerk, was here Wedneodar, Mn. Matt Woodson returned yesterday from a vlitt to Loultyille. Mn. Will Ciuhj has our thanks for a bis budget of Philadelphia paper. Mua J....

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 November 1884

bk Stanford, Ky., - November 21, 1884 rubli$hcd Tucflrfw and Frtdau; O.OO IER ANNUM When paid strictly In France. If we have to wait anv time, 82.00 will be charted. The Widower Presidents Though there has been until now bat one luchthr President, Buchanan, the White House has been a half dczen times without a mistress in the accepted sens. President Arthur is the fifth widower the White House. Jf tTerson was the first who entered the ExecutUo Man. Bien atone. Hts wife died but a few years after their marriage, her daughter, Martha Jefferson Randolph, dividing the social honors with Mre. Madison, the wife of Jef- lemon's Secretary of State, who herself came four years later to the place of honor ami wm a brilliantly succewful that she has been spoken of as ''the only woman of absolutely social gentm that ever occupied the White Hotm Another widower who occupied the tWhite House, and the next in order, was Jackson, no became such under the most painful circumstances, and under circum...

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