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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 January 1886

; jftmT' Veeklii titefiof lamf mI VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1886. NO. 88. d i j l'ri'i'a7ict Tttftlnva run" I'rtitnw ' -AT- 3 lnAMNUMi It li aidenttod If w. credit that $1.50 will b z CI peeled tad demanded. t W. ALTON. A - Wf H LGiEO. O. BARNES. .PraiSe tho Lord.MOod is Lovfiand Koth 1 ( ing Else." t IFufrrnqunir, India, Not. '21th, lSS.I. I V fcONINUKD VKOsf LASI IMUE. jAn Indian Hotel ! generally an enlarged 'MaVbungslow," which, "in my time" wan thVoBljr accommodation known to the larger cltlea. A larse houc icintltr furnffhcdi.wbere the tourUt found hit own bedding or had nonrj a full corps ofjDaliJvo Htiialt; and a book where one recorded the amount paid and any satisfactory or the reverae, were the oalf MqulV.tw. Tae modern "hotel" S- only tblion an enlarged ectle. At the "Km-)re-"we aiw no landlord, but the were at our dltpoial and answered every call my promptly. Food excellent and pleatllnl. jlbard 3 (fl.5QJJjrr diem eaokif Not dear anywhere but, on the c...

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. — 8 January 1886

l . Stanford, Ky., In his wratn "All newepipere are liars." calm we shall move hie majesty January 8, 1880 W. P. WALTON. The London Echo, taking n its text a TTriirranh rmblijbed in this psper under a miiconctptlon tn regnrd to the increase of the public debt, firs oil a column of excoriation of the democratic party, which it claims is Incapable of managing nnythirg properly. The debt was decreased over $9,000,000 in December w we stated in a subKq'aent iwue, o Mr. Dvche's old political stump speech was delivered m our fint statement wa, at half cock. The arraign ment that he makes of the democratic has been repeated so often that it has b come a miserable old chestnut, which the people repudiated very properly in the last Presidential election. Wa regret that we inadvertently gave occasion for the get ting off of the diatribe, which every repub. lican stands so readf to fire off. Before the pension raid on the treasury is through, every person who ever sympathized with the Union ca...

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. — 8 January 1886

Stanford, Ky., January 8, 1880 B. O. WALTON. - BuBlnoBO Manager. LAN. LOCAL 77 CW0. Mull train going Horth ............ 1 65 r. x. Bouth ..IllSr.M, Eipmatraln" boulh.... - is. At at. " XlOTA MMM...M..... V3 A. M. Tbs jot Ii calculated on standard time, leasts about minutes faster OMt NOTICES. BoUr Boy your school booki from Penny A McAllster. ... , , . , WATcnra and Jewelry repaired on short notice wad warranted by Penny A Boy the flaaa Ho llemedy, the or!-al and onW genuine, from Penny AMoAI Acompuete stock of Jewelry, latent style. Bockford watcbe a specialty. McAllster. PERSONAL. Mat Woowoh haa gone to LouUtllle. Miss Camiie 8onnEii ia the guest of Mn. W. 0. lUner. CArr. J. W. Rose, of the Oreembnrg Branch, was here yesterday. Mr. Tom Mmcalk his gone to Cin cltuutl to Increase his stock. ahdMiw OeoroeR Ewoliman were la Loulsslllo this week. B Mb. F. A IJoKis is now a drummer for Brlnkley & Orubb, Loulstllie. Miss Jzrr Davm Hosseli. went to Piqua, Oblo, yesterday to ?lelt rele...

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. — 8 January 1886

Irarnal ANNICE'S DREAM. IMrs. Harriett PrescottSpoltord. I. You would bars known from looking at her that all this luxury was inexpressibly attractive to her, that th presenoa of women, all of whose beauty wai heightened by every art of the picturesque; of men either of splendid bodies, spleniid souls, or splendid achievements; that feasts where fruits and flower and wines, which were the visible aroma of fruits and flowers, con-coaled the grosser side of banqueting dances, where the dances seemed only whirling flower.", that, in short, all the dally life of the Downs was something which, If she bad pictured the heights of possibility, would yet have exceeded the picture. .She was an objsct, of beauty herself piquant beauty, dark but clear with no color except under, exciteteent, with great gray eyes that sometimes' seemed blue, with outlines fins as a gem', a carmine curve of a rooutb, over pearls of teeth, and hair as black and as long as a Carthaginian's. "She is like a picture b...

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. — 12 January 1886

Veekhi KjZ Semi ttieftot lumf iwl Xpx. xiv. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1886. NO. 89. nf eriorournal I'liMs'ievf Tufitavntittt Wrf ata -Ar ea PEHANNUM, CASH. It understood l( ws credit that f 1.50 will be ei peeled and demanded. m Heo. O.T5TRNES. 'Praise th'e Lord, God is Lovowd Notify ' tog Hie." FcTTinuiORH, India, D(0. lit, 18S.1. rnojf last issue. TJie) Elation, like Cawnpore, has H anil lis RhaUly "well," where oae party of the murdered fiiBttWes were throws In bear One enclosure now the church being erected on lb? spat where the vlotlini were shot down and sabred, by order of the Nawab, who hftd mounted the vacant Ihronr, which be inkt nUtak'enly .hoped to bold, upon the throw BrilUh authority. Vain hop?! A?eiJ moaiba more and he i hlmielf a hunted fugitive In turn. I counted the children mentioned upon the tueaierial . crwiabofe' the fatal well.'1 Seventy Ix little tat alone. Seining record, when om thinks (t orcr. cren a little. Using on the rwy spot, recall everythi...

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. — 12 January 1886

I Stanford, Ky January 12, 1886 w. P. WALTON. It ought to b"a plain imposition to sensible man that If the Board of Com. miratonera of the Pemtcntlarv is to bo held responsible for in coaduct, it should have the appointment of the warden. Strange to ear, however, it hid not, the law calling for the election of that officer bv the Legislature, which rarely regards fitnew as a requisite. Though it has not the right of appointment, the Bmd can relieve the warden, nd it did when it found CapU 8auth thoroughly unfitted for the p itlon both as a disciplinarian aad ai a niana.er of such an institution. It had reached auch a con dition of aithinew that It was frequently spoken of at the "Black Hole of Calcutta," and was In every w a shama and re proach to the State. The Biard secured Capt. E. H. Taylor as wardan and in a short time there wis a ompltte change in the place, and at prestn', everything considered, it Is as neatly kept as any Imtltu Uoa of the kind in the country. The most scept...

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. — 12 January 1886

Stmt IcchluJjntertorlownal Stanford, Ky Jnunary 12, 188G E. Qi WALTON, -""Business Manager. t,AN. LOCAL TIME CURD. lle.ll train fetBg North- l M r. x, Bouth... -U is r, . GiprMitrkm" Houtb. HIMIt(IXMMMltHI A Oi A. Ma ii riorHa u v5 At w Thekwove U cklcuUted on standard time, Bol.r ine Ii 4 bout W minutes fuUr. 0C;tt NOTICES. Boy your school booln from Penny A McAlialer. Watches and Jewelry repaired on chort nolle aail waannled br Penny A Boy the Ha Hot; Kemexly, the nod only Kenuiue, from Fenny AMcAl liter. A courtrrr stock of jewelry, latent style. Kockforri watche a upocislty. Penny A McAlteter. personal. Mks. J. I. McKi.hnky, the oeteM, of Richmond, 1 at Cpt. George H. McKin ttj'e. Mr Hoiit. 8 Litle Marted to New York veeterdav to Uy in bin vtock for hla Kanat store. Du. Wilson, formerly of this place bat later of McKinney, his moved his fain ily to rcrryvllle. We re Kret to learn that II. 0. Jone bat nold hla interest In the firm of D. 8. Jonti&Soa with the intention of goin...

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. — 12 January 1886

Sou Interior rarnal HIS INTENTIONS. ElUbe(h Wgelotr la Frank Leslie's.) "Your garden ipot is good for sore ejres. Such a tight of harivomo blows! I can't gat by it anyhow. Caddy always retti fight by a garden, but somehosv her plarnts were always kind of divlndlin', and blowod feeble and sickly, if they Unwed at all. Sootaod as It there wiv'ii't auytblng in this world for Caddy. Well, tho .Lord doos try Uissaiuur' "A garden usedt a great deal of walohtn' and tend In'," said handsome Widow Maxey, sitting on her porch, in tho cool of the day. And then she closod her lips so tightly-, that they seemed to como together with a soap. Whou she spoke again, it was in a softer 'tone. "Won't you come In and rest a white, elder, and let un pick you a plnfciwsyl hYou know I nerer 'Could say no to you, said Elder Whttwell, wltha little laugh, as he opened the gate. The Widow Maxey khew Tery well that Eliza Ferris aBd ter sitter, Abby Ann, were watching, from behind their closed blinds, acroU the...

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. — 15 January 1886

9emt WeeUn lit ef lit fonfimL VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1886. NO. 90, y Jftitwaierf Tttfdav and Friday -At It ti understood If we credit that H.M wilt U and demanded. W. P. WALTON. Geeye 0. Bents. Ttie Indian IftVnf, published at Calcut. ta, hat thla to wy of Mr. Barne in con nectloa with the Ljcknow Deaabra meeting: " A notabW feature of the recent gather tag waa the preence of the Kr. Q. 0. Darsei, the celebrated "Mountain Efange lilt" ol Kentucky. Mr. Barnra is a man of striking presence, of utronjt of tuptrior gift ai a speaker, and of re ligteuTlewa which are to completely oat of Um with the mui of evangelical teachers thai hie presence U sure to be quickly recognized where'er he goee. Ills fitst lit tie talk waa on ttraight MtthodUl liner, and dillTered in Methodist phraseology. Ills' wond waa a etatement o hia is which he told of hia conreraion and entire aancllOcatioo, but added a third blesaiog, the dlacotery of the gcopel of At the next meeting, or rathe...

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. — 15 January 1886

,,M Stanford, Ky January 15, H W. i. WuVON. 1886 ""'We are under constant obllgationa to Hon. J. B. McCrearv for many publlo documents, Including tha Gongreuional Btcord, '(he contents of which are at this time of xtraordiBarr Interest. We only wleb We had at our disposal the time necwsary to perose these documents thoroughly, agjhey much -instruction . . 11.. . . .' I public aiUtrs, which is neeuea dt too many jDf ui. The meagre telegraphic reports of the doings of Congress, furnished by the daily preae, though q'lite acceptible as well as interesting, fall far short of bffurding that information which Is to be derived from the debates in Con grew, as in the latter is contained about all that is known by our ablest statesmen concerning the subjects discussed. It la due to Mr. McCrearv to say in this connection that his courtesy pad kindness to us la'by no means exceptional, as the official record alluded to shows that he baa been duly attentive to the interests of bis constituents....

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. — 15 January 1886

r i k I I I in 6rabs9Fi rv'i' .- 4tH.WK j Journal Stanford,, A. B. O. WALTON 1' ' " F9fl I - J?' Ch. kjftvs M salsuhUJl me UAUutftSAJjEeSW, Boy MeAltyfr. January 15, 1886 Business) Manager. l.i.L0AL TIME MM. Melt UitattH IS I V Kxpre strata" it forth.......... .. 1 M r. m. OQtn , t 13 P M mini hh 1 32 A M l4 tMIMWW V9 A If M sUadsnl time. Holir 0C4& ffOfCES. your hdmi Dewi ironi reuny i WAMtt) nod Jewell? rehired on short notice and Warranted by. Panny A McAII BctftheinMaHotf. Remedy, he original and'oplr genuine, from Penny . , 'A OeMrtKE stock of Jewelry, latent style. ,1Wckfard watches n specialty. Penny A McAlteter. PERSONAL Mn Wm. McCokmacic J suffering from & serious brain trouble. ' Miw Jamis Leavel, of GwanJ, of Mis. J 0. Carpenter, is re prted very til. Mia Daisy Buknside returned from UMMter last nUM, trier week' risU to Her grant mother. IdTa Katie LcaAN.ihe'MUHncr, has been confined by Uluee at her borne in tbe country all week. ' Mr C. O Asuley, representing S. ...

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. — 15 January 1886

bL journal . APPARATUS 5a Inter Ocean German Translation. L "I will tell you of tha cats o( which 1 tpoko, prorldd you will bold your tongu about it," raid the doctor, drawing bis Injj book from bis pocKet, ana Milling nun-Belt with tht air of a proftssioaal tory. toller. "The lady who wu the patient In tho caso ti still ftUre and one of tha women la the city. It would never do for aa indiscretion of mine to bo tho moans of eallgdUalng bar as to the facts wbteb, up to this time, wa hare carefully kept from her." Tha speaker was one of a party of four geatleaien gathered about a lavUbly spread table in a private room of the Vier Munich. Tall, and with one of those hugh beads so characteristically German in type, Coroelitu Scboro, of the royal obstetrical clinic, would have been a noticeable flguro in any assemblage. Superbly furnished, brilliant with light, and fragrant with the delicate aroma of Bordeaux and Bargundy, the room wu a picture of cheerful and convivial comfort. Outside ...

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. — 19 January 1886

I Hlll ntrfiaf 4 1 Stems lonfiwL. VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1886. NO. 91. n n ' il 3nttriorourna! ntbUnttta Tunttttv Mini ViIit -AT fta rim annum, cash. It ti urtsrsteed If ws credit Out f MO will be ex-'; pcted aoddsmandtd. W. P. WALTON. Atlantic Monthly.) Native writer have suggested a t toe' between peculiarities of ollmaU find th msmul tWraontatlon noticoablo In St i'ttsrsburz.' Kora woath summer rnges wttti aa almost tropical beat, driving tb wealthy to hIr cool country residences, but leaving the poor afoot on tbs Mistering granlts pavements of th sun-tormented city. At midday, when tbs streets eom to run with liquid fir., when scarcely any pedostrians aro abroad, and aTn Um policomin bai mired to enjoy tbs lumryot shads, you may mo tbo droshky driro stinging to hit post of duty, tbo carter urging on his equipage,' tin vendor offering ' bb warm with tbe cry which la a tbrisk; and tbs beggars, sesloMi' by pUntltuds of rags, await ins tbslr copott at ths bias...

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. — 19 January 1886

i -S: V tV Stanford, Ky., January 19, 1880 W. P. WALTON. - TnK retirement of Got. Cartln from the Commltlee on Foreign Affiirs, and the appointment of Perrj Belmont to the position is pretty generally condemned hjr tkore who lore fair play and dielike to ho a faithful old statesman aaubbcd. The N. Y. Sun can not let the fact pass without a word of honor for this reterao frem those will show, for he oflered a resolution requesting the Assistant Secretary of State to report to the Senate the number of notaries public in commission in the Commonwealth. The Talue of such information is not readily apparent, but it shows he was "lhar," attending to his business, which the "dirty dude" was not. Grubba evidently didn't know the old msn was loaded, or he would have known belter than to have monkeyed with him. The Senate republicans, who seem dis poeed to pick a quarrel with the President in regard to certain removals, had the laugh turned on them the other day. They thought they had tho dea...

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. — 19 January 1886

. 3tanford, Xy., January 19, 1880 C. O. WALTON, BuBlneaa Manager, '!?' l.AXHOCAL TIME CARP. Mall train gelsg North-......- ' South Kipresstraln" Houth.-,...M.-....... J1 I(9ZBM.tHWtMMMMIHMt - 1 M r. m. .! 15 r. m. J. T. Harris, Col. V. G. Welch's. t 1 (2 Ai kt. 2 03 A.M. fa a jois Is calculated ob standard time. mt U A boat M minutes fuUr,' Bolar LOCAL NOTICES. Boy jour school booki from Penny A Mc A lister. Watckim and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A Bor the Haw Hog Remedy, the and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl A cosfrrxrE Mock of jewelry, latest style. Hock ford watches a specialty. Penny A McAllsier. PERSONAL. -Cot W. LaKok Thomas, of ton.'ls intown. Mrs 8MiTti Lxlng Inwm went to Loulr vllle yesterday. Mhs M. M. Uayden has gone lo Tesaa to spend the winter with her sister. Joixjk OwBtEY went to yesterday to be present at the rale of eight hogsheads of h!i tobacco. Mn. Smojt Straus hu arrhed to take the position o! salesman with D KIsm. Mr. Fed Jacob wil...

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. — 19 January 1886

7 In'tri" losnml RISKS A MINER RUNS. A LIFE LOST FOR EVERY FIFTY THOUSAND TONS OF COAL. The CMr Cnuaea of Fatality In tho Mines A iel St Oloftor Light After an Kleetrlo (Scriinton (rv) Letter. For every 60,000 tons of coal mined in the) anthracite regions ono human lifo is lost This is at the rato of fifty lives a month or almost an average of two a day for ovary worklnjr day in tho year. "VVhon "tho price ofcoal is adjusted for tho season tho cost of production and transportation is all carefully summed up in tho estimates, but this one factor of tho cost of human lifo in mining tho coal does not get into the calculations, and is never reckoned in tho prlco current. Tho chief causes of fatality in tho mines aro explosions of gas and falls of roofing. While the most dreaded form of destruction, that of explosion, does not appear from statistics to bo tho most fatal aamerleally,Tyet'it is attended by a 'fact Stat'odds to the melancholy of tho fato of iis victims. Every lifo lost in n...

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. — 22 January 1886

"i Semi VeeUi! fSSr, mfef iif limfimL VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1886. NO. 92. nleriorloumal VubUthcd Tttenlaua ami Frittitv -AT a I'EnANNUM, CASH. in It U uaaVstooJ U we credit that IJ.JO will U toil demanded. W. P. WALTON. 4 National Bankrupt Law, It it Mid tbtt Senator Brck will Intro or dues a bill for a bankrupt lair In the Sen ate liurlOK the present session of Congreu. The country dose not need a binkiupt law and If Senator Heck I guilty of such an In discretion we intend Joining the It In It crueade against him. There It not an argument In faror of auch a law, but there are scores against It. rhe fellowlnz from the remonstrance of the LUtIHc Board of( Trade embodies iomeTlsorouibut not orerdrawn language on tbe'tublecl: All our bankrupt laws are repudiation lawr: Jaw for partial repudiation, it is true but nevertheless repudiation lawi. They are Uwi under the corer of which one who baa obtained the money or good of another under promise to return or pay for...

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 January 1886

4 Stanford, ifr., "January 22, w. P. WALTON. Eehatou VoonuEEa is in favor of admitting into the Union of States, Dakota, Montana and Washlmjton together. He thinks they most all come in soon and as to Dakota it will be hard to prevent her admission, as she has a voting population ol 80,000. The Territory bas an area of five times that of Kentucky aod South Dakota I will be about as large as Ohio aad I. Montana bis a voting population of 20,000 aid Washipston a voticg population of 40,000. There are not fifteen Congressional districts in the country with the population of Washington, and not a hundred with that of Montana. Dtkota is republican. Montana is democratic Washington is cloee and mar be won by either party. If she comes into the Union by democratic votes, under democratic administration, our chances la the new State will be all the better. It seems to be much the best p)an to take in these three Territories at once. They are entitled to it and politically it will be aa fair...

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 January 1886

n A" 4, X Btinford, Ky., January 22, 1880 G. O. VAJiTON, BuilneBB Managor. l,i LUCAV time CARB. Mall train going North. 8outb. Bipreaslralu" Mouth, Morh... ..-. . 1 65 r. m. (iilJ 13 F. M ... 1 2 At M. the . Itcaiculattd on standard lira. tie It iboot M minute fastir. COCiT NOTICES, Holir Buy your school book, from Penny A tfcAllster Watches and Jewelry repaired on abort notice rvd 'warranted b Penny A Me A Ik tr. Buy the Hast ITotz Remedy, the and only genuine, from Fenny & A comtleije stock of Jewelry, lateet rtyle. Rockford watchw a specialty. & McA.Ur. PERSONAL Mr. R B of Lindon, la at the Mrerslloure. Dn 1. 8. Bobdett, of Brodhead, the occullet, la in town Charley Cox, of Columbia, la on a Tiiit to relattres litre. Mr J. C. THOMreow. the Lancaster jeJer wan here tilt week. SJudoe J. B. Dennis, of Mt. 8.erllnjr, wat here yeaterdar. Be it itill In the baggy buiineM. Mr. John 17, Jorra, of Kismet, Tenn., wu here yeterdy. He eT that he it prospering at hit new hose. Mr N. A...

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 January 1886

U Interior Journal LITTLE JIM'S CHANCE. Darid Lowry In The Current "What do you see, Jlmf 'You let Jim alone. 'E cooins out 'ero to cool 'self. Best mind your work. It's soan too much tolrao Jim's gotten, 'n' If e 'ad, you'ro too big a lump for little fellow o' Jim's sort best take ono o' your aoleo. Leastway, let Jim alone now." ."I wasn't goln' to hurt him. Can't a fellow ask him what he's lying oa tho bank for, looking up at notbln'l" "No, 'o can't. Noun o' ye cau't while I'm about I know 'ow ererybody deviU Jim. 'E's put on 'cause 'e's small. I got eyes. I can see. All you boys makes fun o1 Jim. Don't you mind them, Jim. You toll mo if they bother you hnny more I'll put a top to't. Look at whatever you lolko I'M stan between you hand them lubbers." Tho boy classed among the "lubbers" slunk away, and a little fellow, prematurely aged with work and care, rose, up slowly from the cinder-bank. lie was asslng bis defender in silence, when tho workman said, in what was meant to be enc...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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