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VOLUME X.-NUMBBR 510.
STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1882.
NEW SERIES-NUMBER 10.
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Stnu-StUffhlu interior journal
W. P. WALTON, . - Cihtor ami Proprietor.
T. R, WALTON, - - . . Business Manager.
suimckiition, $2.$a 1'hic annum,
Invauiahlv in Advanck.
TO.DAT AND TO-MQRROW.
Though aliailawa rolw lli Vr lo-tLjr,
An J lurm oar Joy to aorrow,
Yatatl tha cloud will l.reak away
Anil htlnf Ids tun bftnarro.
Then vhf ahoulil ai.y one lank ),
Anil rooutn tJi hi tlrpartnl,
Wn"f n Jul Wyond u, f jm r l.l,
From which th Iraraara atartnl.
Tliua In imraVtrlnf of J tin.
May mM iltf of Mrrow,
tlut a an thU nl lirln no If in,
Ko Joy will mm to-moiro,
Atfllirarfa mVj thf wldi fctUa peaata,
To hwa thai had lan titan,
Ytt t will htlnj in trlghtpr boura,
In thouihla of ml and linnn.
nMU Villi W UVJTIHI IV 1
Whatatcr may Wfall ua.
nil Jaf ami ttttllk ara pail,
And anjel. honia abatl rail til.
: Slating. '
Mo'lhar, may t p dawn to aialaf
Yra, to J Jarlloj Julia,
II u I don't jau try I ha tifaia I,
l'ei It will luraly fool j ou.
Jauai'tou mala th lightning wlilil
Toahow jour aprlnir rouarlt,
Tha bo J a will aro a loollah r
Slrlch-rlillnt on hir luitla.
) Sqvelch Him.
A. now "crank," ai ho styles him
self, baa arrived In tho ctym His
name ii Pilchcr, and Iio haili from an
interior Kentucky hamlet called Nich
olasvillc. In reality this individual
ia Fresh, tho American, tho seventh
on of tho seven tli eon of Awful Qall,
tho father of Cheek. Hrothcr Pilch
cr come with tho Avowed intention
of clirabln g tho ipino of lira, Uarncs,
tho clerical crank from tho mountains,
lie Bays that lUrnrt is a fraud, sham,
an impostor, and that ho (Pilchcr)
fcelt it his bounden duty to tho public
to expose tho father of tho faith euro,
to show him up iu his truo light, as it
were, and rid the people of a danger
ous hypocrite To do this thing,
Fresh, tho American, considers it no
cemry" to publish a paper called tho
"Crunk," and ho promises that a jour
nal of that sort shall Iks iisued next
Monday, from the office of Slrdtct. It
will be sold ujwn tho Btrects, and
right down In tho bottom of his heart
Mr. Fresh thiuks, liko Mulberry Sel
lers, that 'tliero'a'milliona in it." Pil
chcr, alias Fresh, is not a crunk, as
ho wants tho politic to bclicvo ho is.
He is rather a weak minded, spindle
shanked, red headed little Tittlebat
Titmouse, sighing for notoriety ami
seeking therewith to rnalo enough
money tp keep himself pern,taratiy
before tho public. Iu a published in
terview recently, aud in a conversa
tion yesterday with an Anjut man, he
expressed the opinion that Barnes is
doing what ho is only far tho sake of
notoriety. That may all be true, and
tho Argus doesn't doubt that it is, but
suppose Dames is trying to gam nolo
riety, what is this ambitious kidling
trying to do? He seeks notoriety far
more than Ikrncs. lie is pining fur
a. little cheap celebrity. He is dying
to have tho public say: "Pilchcr, of
Nicholaavillo, is tho man who cxjwscd
Barnes, tho evangelist! Ho is a smart
fellow. There ho goes, look at hind"
But tho public will never say thU of
Pilcher. Ho is not a smart fellow.
Barnes may bo a crank, but ho has
nioro souso in tho end of his littlo fin
ger thauUhis ruraliitic smart Aleck
has in his wholo vcoinpostion Sun
day Artjus. .
A Senator kuown . for his judicial
anu moderate temperament, said hut
night that in his opinion both parties
were going all to pieces. "While,"
said ho, "tho Senators speak much
mora hatefully of one another within
theirowirparty line than they do of
their opponents, I havo never seen u
timo when there was so little etjirit du
coris. Tho fact tVihcro are aro no
distiuctivo principles loft to cither
party r' Politics havo degenerated into
mere poroonal intrigues. If tho South
breaks up. ns now seems likely, it
will lio impossible to keep tho two
parties, together much longer. N.
V. l'veiiing Posl,' Jan. 0th,
If wo nere cnllod iinoo-to designate
a name that convoys u meaning inoro
dishonorable than dishonor, tuoro do
praved than depravity, more imfiiin
ous thuu infamy a namo that, pro
nounced in heaven, would thrill tho
celestial hosts with horror; that utter-ed-'on
ea'rth, would fill mankind with
loathing; that, spoken In hell, would
cause every devil in tho infernal re
gions to blush with shame tho name
would 'bo' s8tophoufi. Burbridgo.
Than aural our happlnaaa
jja kair-o-cllpa-J lif )rigw,
'Coq'kVf, abl kcpooioaalaalrwi
i Thlljontnaa coral to-mormw,
Arfj atllllo biptrul ttflha tail'
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Oration by Robert Ingersoll, at the Orate of a
Chihl at the Request of its Mother.
My Fiubnm I know how vain it
l to gild a grief with word, and yet
I wih to tnko from overy gravo its
fear. Hero in this world, whero life
and death aro rqiial king, nil should
ho bravo enough to moot all tho dead
havo met. The future has been filled
with fear, stained and polluted by
tho hertlea pat. From tho wond
rous trro of lilo tho buds and blos
soms fall with ripened fruit, and in
the common IkmI of earth patriarchs
and babes sleep aide by side. Why
should wo fear that which will come
to nil that is ? Wo can not fell. We
do not know which is the greatest
blessing, life or death. ' Wo can not
say that death Is not ns good. Wo
do not know whether the gravo Is the
end of this lifo vr tho door of anoth
er, or whether the night hero is not
somewhere else a dawn. Neither can
iwo tell which is nioro fortunate tho
child dying In its mother's arms, be
fore its lips havo learned to form a
word, or ho who journeys all tho
length of lifo's uneven road, painfully
taking tho Inst slow steps with stall
Every cradle asks us "wheuco?"
and ovory cofiiu "whither?" Tho
poor barbarian weeping above his
dead can answer the question as in
telligently and satisfactorily as tho
robed priest of tho most authentic
creed. The fearful ignoranco of tho
ono is just as consoling as tho learned
and unmeaning words of tho other.
No man standing whero the horizon
of life has touched a gravo has any
right to prophesy a futuro filled with
pain and tears. It may be that death
gives all there is of worth to life. If
those who press and strain against
our hearts could never die, perhaps
that love would wither from tho
earth. May bo a common faith treads
from out tho paths between our hearts
tho weeds of selfishness and hate; and
I should rather livoand love whore
Denth is King, than havo eternal life
nhero love is not. Another lifo is
naught unless wo know and lovo again
tho ones who love us hero.
" Thoy who stand with breaking
hearts arojud this gravo need havo no
fear. Tho large and the noblo faith
in all that is to be, tells us that death,
oveu at its worst, is only perfect rest.
Wu know that through tho common
wants of life the needs and duties of
each hour their grief will leiscn day
by day until at last this gtavo will be
to them n place of rest and peaco
almost of joy.
Thero is for them this consolation:
Tho dead do not suffer. It thoy livo
again, their lives will bo surely as
good as ours.
We have no fear; we arc all chil
dren of the samo mother, and the
samo fa to awaits m nil. We, too, i
havo our religion, and it is this: Help
for tho living, hope for the dead.
. a i a .
Shaving in Old Timks. Shaving,
in the olden days, was a lengthy op
eration, and English barbers devised
various methods of amusing their cus
tomers whilo awaiting their turn.
They generally provided somo musical
instrument, such as a guitar or zith-
ern. Iu old pictures tho shaving basin
fitted into tho chin. Until a recent
!eriod barbers we re wo'ut to bleed a
patient, and oven extract teeth. In
London the familiar barber's polo,
with its red spiral coil of color, is a
reminiscence of tho stafT the surgeon
gave his customer to grasp while he
was being bled. The tapoor bahdago
was twisted around tho pole,"" (vhich,
whcji not in use, was placed outsido
tho door. This staff was bv.order left
outside a surgeon's door as a sign of
his profession, and for convenience tho
painted polo was substituted as a sign,
and tho right to uso it was extended
to barbers nbout the year 170Q..
That Hank OAsmnit. "Trust our
Cashiorl" said tho Bank Director;
"why, 1'vo absoluto confidence in him,
II doesn't belong to the church,
doesn't teach n Suudny-scliool class,
isn't even a temperance man. Thero's
a Cashier you can rely on. He's a
man who likes, abovn all things, to go
fiihincr. and Sunday you'll find him
starting out with his polo anda'bottlo
of whisky, and he vents his propen
sity for wickedness by lying about
what ho catches "Boston Post.
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Tho editor of a Texas exchange
says ha does not liko turkey; that if
ho can't have 'possum to celebrate with
he don't want any at all ; but his
neighbors still continue to lock up
their turkeys altor dark. Some peo
plo don't beliove everything they road
ilia uewspaper. The editor, cau't
play M'possum" on thorn that wa
Formerly this fenrful malady was
tho ecourgo of all countries. Only a
few generations aluce it was so preva
lent and fatal that nnn in six of tho
wholo population of the civilized
world died from it; but tho great dis
covery was mado that tho human ays
tern could bo protected against tho rav
ages of this malady, and an enormous
experienco of tho usefulness of that
discovery has proved its great valuo
and almost stamped out tho disease.
In tlioso countries where vaccination
has been most fully practiced, stnnll
pox is nlmost unknown. That socie
ties should neglect so efficient a pre
caution against so loathsome and dan
gerous a diseaso can be attributed on
ly to tho fact that tho protection of
vaccination has been so complete that
thero is not enough knowledge of the
horrors of smallpox left iu the popu
lar thought to stimulate men to guard
themselves and their families against
it. We aro in a fair way to know
more about it, since thero is now
smallpox in sixteen States, aud a new
impulso will necessarily be given to
the uso of the simple and efficient
Prcsedcnt James Buchanan's bach
elorhood was the result of a foolish
misunderstanding. While a success
ful young lawyer iu Lancaster ho be
came engaged to a beautiful but some
what domineering girl. Somo legal
business sent hira into the neighbor
ing county, whero ho remained for
several days. When he returned ono
evening ho found his ofiico filled with
importunate clients, and tired and
hungry as ho was he attended to their
business. Then hurrying to tho home
of tho angel of his dreams ho found it
closed and dark. Next morning ho
repeated tho the visit, and although
ho saw Miss at the window, he
was told by a servant that alio was
not at home. He walked away and
never approached the house again.
Neither could subdue prido enough to
make or seek an explanation. The
young lady shortly, after died, and Mr.
Buchanan never attempted to win an
Tho Stanford 'Intkiuok Journal,
ono of the very best county papers in
Kentucky, has been materially im
proved' recently. Ita enterprising
publisher has enlarged tho paper,
which is now printed in quarto form,
semi-weekly, and it is gotten up in a
style that reflects much credit on tho
proprietor, as well as the town and
county in which it is published.
Hero's hoping its usefulness and pros
perity may continue to increase.
Col. Mcllenry's ukaso has had
nbout as much effect as a pebble
dropped in mid-ocoan. It throw up
a little Republican spray, a harmless
wave circled out a few yards and dis
appeared, leaving the Independent
movement as motionless as a painted
ship on a painted ocean. Kentucky
Mahones die in tho borning. Courier-Journal.
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Statistics furnished by the Superin
tendent of tho Census of 1880 show
that tho nativo population of New
York city is 727,629 and tho foreign
born population 478. G70. Ireland
heads the list of foreign-born residents
with 198,595, Germany coming next
with 153,482. Of tho native popula
tion 18,952 nre colored.
This is the season of the year when
the mince pie comes to town, and tho
citizen comes down after dinner try
ing to pry a raison seed out of a hol
low tooth with a buck skin mitten,
and ho ste ps in a drug storo and or
ders .another box of thoso powders for
indigestion. Pecks Sun,
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A fashion paper tells lis that silken
hosiery is now all the rago in Paris,
"with insertions of portraits and me
dalions of point lace." Fancy glanc
ing at youcjady-love's stockings and
fiudiugtho portrait of somo other
Tho abundauce of herring ova
spawned upon the coast of Labrador
has been reported by a trustworthy
observer to bo so great tint he has
seen the shore covered with it to the
depth of two foet for several miles.
Fifty-four niilliou yards of cotton
and woolen goods, or enough to wind
a bandago arouud the earth; and then
stretch a yard wide awning across the
United States, were woven ia Lewis
ton, Me., duriug 1881.
Father isObttino WfLi.. Mr dsuah
ten aijr, "How mucL better father Is sines
he used Hop Hitters." He l getting well
after LI long tuflering from a illteaw de
cltred Incurable, and we are so i;lad that
he uaed rour Hitters. A lady (u ltoches
ter, N. Y.-lhlc Herald!
She fetched Him.
Women sometimes havo great prcs
enco of mind. A jailer's wifo saw
that a prisoner had got between her
husband and tho unlocked door and
was going for it like a Scotch (errier
for a rat hole. Sho know she hadn't
the strength to ceizo and hold hlin,
and besides ho had a knife, so sho
didn't try. But sho stepped into a
sido corridor near tho head of a flight
of stairs the prisoner had to de
scend, yanked off her ho.ipskirt, and,
as ho passed, flung it before him.
Tho way ho turned handsprings and
somersaults down these stairs was a
caution to cats, and his frantic strug
gles after ho reached tho bottom would
havo attracted folks from a dog fight.
When tho jailer carao up, the fellow
had got so entangled that ho was ab
solutely helpless, was doubled up in
terribly uncomfortablo ways and was
choking to death, and so completely
wound up that the jailer had to cut
him out with a hatchet, and it took
half a yard of court plastor and a pint
of arnica to make him at all comforta
ble. Boston Post.
0 mt m
Mhannkss of a Kich Man. One
of tho smallest pieces of sharp prac
tice we havo beard of lately was
caught up by the Cashier of the Na
tional Bank. A well-known farmer,
iu good circumstances, had fur some
time been in the habit of coming in
and naking for a sheet of paper to
writo a letter. After writing the let
ter ho would ask Mr. Andrews to give
him an envelope and also address it
to a certain party. This he did at
various times. Andrews noticed that
when the postoffico presented a bill
thero were several extra stamps charg
ed for. An investigation finally led
to tho discovery that tho aforesaid
well-known farmer was in the habit
of dropping the letters in without a
stamp, and the card of the bank and
the familiar handwriting of the Cash
ier caused the Postmaster to stamp
the letters and present the bill to the
bank for payment. Fiemingsburg
It is one of tho sweetost tests of
frcindsbip to tell your friend of his
faults. If you are angry with a man
or hate him, it is not hard to go to
him and stab him with words ; but so
to love a man that you cannot bear to
see the stain of sin upon him, and to
speak painful truth through loving
words, that is friendship. But few
have such friends. Our enemies usu
ally teach us what we ore, at the
point of the sword.
Quite a largo business has been done
in Maine the past season in the ship
ment of young spruceAusMto Kansas.
Trees from twelve to eighteen inches
ia height aro selected, packed iu hogs
heads or crates and fowarded by rail.
l ne spruce ta tound to take more
kindly to tho soil and climate of Kan
sas than any other evergreen, and
grows very rapidly, making efficient
protection against high winds.
The lato General John B. Houston
used to tell the following: "Bur
bridgo had just examined a report in
the case of a Confederate prisoner, and
turning to his adjutant said : T can
find nothing against this man. Have
him released.' The adjutant replied :
'General you are forgetful ; that man
was shot two weeks Bgo by your or
ders.'" Lexington Press.
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Mr Gladstone i said to have one
faculty in a great degree that of mas
tering the contents of a book by glanc
ing through its pages. It is claimed
that ho can master any average book
in a quarter of an hour. He has a
sort of instinct which leads him
straight to its salient points.
a a J I. j .
A new theory of tho so-called fas
cination bf bird by snakes is that the
birds mistakes the snako's tongue,
which the reptile keeps in constant
motion, for a lively worm, and watch
es it with tho expectation of devour
ing it .. ', , ' .
Tho whipping post bill was killed
by an appeal to prejudice. In tho
barbaric days of yore prejudice was a
powerful engine, and it seems to still
hold its power in the Kentucky Leg
islature. Lou. Democrat.
At a masquerade: "Was it the
loud beatiug of my heart, my darling,
that told you who I was dear?" mur
mured he. "Oh,. no," she replied, "I
recognized your crooked legs."
When you have a secret to commu
nicate to a pair twins, bo sure you get
them together, for you will find it dif
ficult to tell them apart.
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A coal fire is a great comfort, but a
nutmeg olteu suggest a grater. De
troit Free Press.
There aro several marked peculiari
ties and coincidences in tho year 1882.
It you add the first two figures togeth
er tho sum is 0; if you add tho last two
tho sum will Ira 10. Then if you add
tho last two sums together tho result
will be 19. Now, if you divide tho
third figure by tho fourth you will have
4. The fourth figuro in the year is 2,
and two times I is 8. See ? Then if
you add together tho first and lost fig
nres you have 3 ; and three times 2 is
0. Now, then : G times 8 is 48, and
5 times 0 ii 30. So subtracting first
figuro of tho year from the second you
have 7; but if you subtract the
third figure from the fourth you will
have a lovely time explaining how
you do it. But 7 in 11 you cau't,
and twice 1 is 2, and once 2 is 2, too.
These interesting and instructive com
binations of figures of this year may
be carried out by an ingenious person
to an almost indefinite extent.
Which is the Weaker Sex?
Females arc called the weaker, but
why? If they aro not strong, who is?
When men must wrap themselves up
in thick garments, and encase the
whole in a stout overcoat to keep out
the cold, women iu thin silk cresses,
say they are perfectly comfortahlel
When men wear waterproof boots
over woolen hose and encase the wholo
iu India-rubber to keep them from
freezing, women wear thin silk hose
and cloth shoes,and pretend not to feel
cold. When men cover their heads
with furs, and then complain of the
severity of tho weather, women hang
an apology for a bonnet at the back
of their heads, and ride or walk
abroad in the northeast winds, profes
sing not to suffer at all.
The following is recommended for
inflamed eyes: Borax,half a drachm;
camphor water, three ounces. The
above simple prescription is in com
mon uso by the highest medical au
thorities. It makes a wash unexcell
ed for tho treatment of inflammation
of the eyes. In using it, lean the
head back and drop throe drops in the
corner of each, and then open tho
eyes and let it work in. Use it as
often as the eyes feel badly.
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"We find, on looking over the tab
u lated returns, that of all recognized
professions the one least liable to in
sanity is that of literature. Accord
ing to the returns thero are, this, year,
139,143 men and women engaged as
authors, editors, journalists, reporters,
translators, or in other literary work.
Out of these, twelve only are return
ed as lunatics." London Paper.
d-- 1 1
The new wedlock association ought
to pray for cold weather to make the
matrimonial market lively. Matri
mony seems very rose colored, but
Llttla ha racka, who to marrlaga uplraa,
Oltlmaa when hla maalaarnqulta alack,
Of ftttlnf upearljr and miking tha Area,
Or, warmlsf told feet with hla hack.
Two women called on a Maiuo den
tist simultaneously, one to have all
her teeth extracted and the other only
three. Tho deirtiat mistakenly put
the latter under the influence of ether,
aud reudeiul her toothless. A jury
will estimate the damage.
If Guitoau should bo acquitted, ev
ery man in the country who desires
thereafter to do a mean act will awear
that he is "inspired." Savannah
News. It will hardly be necessary
for him to swear to it. Lou. Dem.
Young lady, (caressing a spaniel.)
"I do love a nice dog." Dandy,
(near hy.) Ah 1 would I were a dog!"
Young lady (sharply.) "Never mind,
Tho politician of tha Insect world is
the flea. Ho is over itching for place,
creates no end of disturbance, and you
never know where to find him.
Mrs Livermore u lecturing ou
Tho By of Today," who is in front
of tho church wattiu,; fur "Tho Com
ing Girl." (Daubury Naws.
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Are blacksmiths win live by forg
ing, or carpenters who do a little couu
ter-fitting, uuy worsu than 'men who
sell iron and steel?
A robber who wm seized fur rivaling
snuff, said that he wai tut aware of
any law that forbade a man to take
The watchmaker cau't afford to do a
cash business, liocauso he makes all
his profits on time. Wit uud Wis
dom. -.. a a
Some are born rich, others achieve
riches, while others become bauk
cashiers. Bioomingtou (III.) Eyo.
" a a.
A joke is not sodurable as a church
bell. After told a few times it is worn
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Bureau Sets, $20, $25, 830 and up.
Parlor Suits Seven Pieces,
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direct, for cash, in car-load lots, aud consequently obtain the largest discount and
lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t "first-class Goods a: Seasonable FricM
the 13 est is always the Cheapest." Bespeotfully,
GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanfoid.Ky.
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