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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Sweat Spring! Mining tad Froepectiag Oompiny Incorporate!- At announced in the last Issue of tho Herald, the Sweet Springs Mining and Praspcctlng Company met at tho city hall Wednesday night and was finally and completely organized. The first thing done by the director! wan tho Incorporation of the company, tho capital stock amounting to ft,420, half of which has been paid, la now deposited In thu bank and It at the disposal of tho finance committee. The incorporation paper have been inado out and Kent to tho county re corder at Marshall, who will duly 11 lo and record them and return them to tho secretary ol thu company, who will forward them to Jefferson City, aud tho Sweet Springs Mining and Prospecting Company will then be an assured fact, and with a capital stock of &i,4'J0 wo will soon have oil or gas spouting from tho earth, or clso somo of our oldest inhabitants will miss tholr guess. New and crmanent officers were elected as follows: President an...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

MARSHALL' REPUBLICAN. It Ths Ua-te-Dats aad Fifty Yean k&- (tram Rluo lick.) Tbe up-to-date and fifty years ago service held at the Blue Lick church last Sunday aoralBf proved a sue ceea. The service was opened by the pas by the pat tor, Rev. H. J. Btelnbam mer, by readlaf a let sob from Flrit Kings, which was followed by aa essay read by Mlea Virginia White, subject: "Early aad Modern Worship of America." Then an address was made to tbe young people by Prof. 8lelnhelmer, which was very appro prlate for the occasion. Then fol lowed a select song by the Blue Lick choir with Miss Maude White presid ing at the organ. Also a solo by Miss Stella Brlsto, and a duet by Miss Brlsto and Prof. Stelnbelmer, of Mar shall. Miss Nortbcraft as organist. Fifty Years Ago' was well reprt sented by Grandfather Luce, he being the oldest member of tbe Bluo Lick congregation. Those In attendance from Marshall were Misses Virginia Stelnhelmcr, Stella Brlsto and Miss Nortbcraft; Miss Maggie Bennington ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCALJN irtlEF. Ben Striker spent Wednesday with hit brother, Will, at Nelson. J amen Wlngfleld, Jr., la out again after a severe attack of tonsltltls. Suits from $20 up at tha Krum mel Tailoring Establishment. Drs. Morrli 6c Morris make calls to all parts of city, day or night. ltt-2w Miss Nannie Dooley returned Tues day from a visit to friends nearOrear vlllo. Misses Mala Fitch and Loula Ward, were guests of Mrs. N. M. King Mon day evening. Thomas Gwlnn left this week for a visit to his brother, William Gwlnn, at Enid, Oklahoma. Jacob Kink and son-in-law. Ed Shan non, left this week for Oklahoma on a prospecting trip. WHITE PINE SHINGLES, U Crone Lumber Co Rev. J aims W. Laugh) In, D. D., the guest of Dr. W. II. Ulack, left Tuesday for Chicago. Drs. Morris and Morris, headquar ters for osteopathy. Office 'phone 380, residence 378. 10-: I have a few thousand dollars home money, to loan at five per cent. 10-41 J. W. Dkvant. Mrs. Walter Robertson, of Kansas Ci...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 .Short Talks, on Advertteirio U Rv rhAriA Ai ictin RaI . ByXharle5AustinBat.i?J Urn. . The best paper in a community always bring ample returns to ita advertiser. The best paper covers the cream of tho trade in any section. Mark Twain says: "Behold the fool salth: 'Put not all thine eggs in on basket,' which is but a manner of saying, 'Scat ter your money and your attention;' but the wiseman saith: 'Put all thine eggs in the one basket and watch that basket' " "Which tho same" applies equally to newt papers. Put your ad. in tho best paper, and then watch the paper and the ad. Have n sys tem of checking the returns received, nnd be very sure of this much: If the ad. doesn't pay, the fault is in the ad. or the goods, or the store not in the paper. It will do no good to advertise something that nobody wants. Find out what there is a demand for and advertise that. You can create a demand for an article if you have time and money enough to keep up a continual hamm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. JTuJnrHogtonJtonte.. (IHK.AT TltAINS. 'The nurllngton-Northcrn Pacific Kxpress," Kansas City or Denver to Puget Sound, Portland, Montana, Washington, entire Northwest. Dally through train of coaches, chair care, tourist and standard sleepers and din ing cars. No. 15: Morning train, Kansas City to Nebraska, Denver Bnd Pacific Coast, via Scenic Colorado. Weekly Cali fornia excursions personally conduct ed. No. 2.1: Latent night train, Kansas City to Denver: night train for Ne braska, Omaha, St. Paul. No. 21: Noon train, Kansns City to Omaha, St. Paul; through sleeiers. No. Ml Famous Chicago HII: dining and buffet library cars, chair cars, sleeper. No. W: St. Loulst Fast Night Kx press. No 12: Fast morning train Host. Write for descriptive matter, rates and Information. I.. .1. lllttCKKIt, I W. Wakki.ky, T.P.A.,SilMalnst., Oen.Pns.Agt., Kansas City, Mo. S. I.ouls. llOWAItll Kl.t.lOTT, General Manager, St. Joseph, Mo. California 8hort Line. The Union Pad lie is p...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

' MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 Collrga Bred Women m Wives- Hprlngfleltl (Mum.) Iteptilillrnn Tho Northwestern university at Kvansvtllo, III., In a co-cducatlonal concern, and It wan to a class In this Institution that Professor J. S. Clark talked last week of how poorly the modern woman compared with her mother and grandmother, and how generally tho college-bred woman failed an the manager of a household, llo concluded his remarks with tho following: "You young men who aio looking for wives among the college bred women of to-day aro on tho wrong truck. If you ever do get one, God help you." Hut this reckless Instructor should not Ihj too severely criticised, even though he does throw mud at hit own o.nployiueiit. What he says Is no inoro than what wo hear said every day or two from successful business men and others regarding the higher education of men. It Is the voicing of u fulsu Idea us to the object of ed ucation, which turn pervaded tho whole community, anil which college men luivo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

16 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN! The Modern Union of MtMouri. Tbe Modern Union of Missouri, a fraternal benefit order was organ ized Thursday, May 16, at the new K. P. hall, with 54 members. Mr. Sequist, the conductor of Lodge No. 1 of Kansas City, was here and helped Mr, La Count Coil, the or ganizcv, to install the officers which were elected as follows: Mrs. V. K. Mansur, president; Miss Lena Minder, vice-president; Miss Klsic Ripley, secretary; Mr. Dave Nooc, treasurer; Rev. Wil liam N. Mitchell, chaplain; Miss Stella Broiles and Hugh Donel.00, conductors; Mr. Elbert Mouda, guard; Mr. Henry L. Hall, sen tinel; Drs. V. K. and Mary L. Mitnsur, Medical examiners. After the installation of officers, the team of the order, under the leadership of Mr. Luman B. Halt, gave an initiatory drill, which was very successfully rendered. The order voted to rent the K. P. hall for the ensuing year, and will meet tbe second and fourth Friday nights of each month. Mr. Coil looks hopefully forward to a lod...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

MARSHAL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. MAY 51. 1901. NO. 17. STEAMER WRECKED AT iOONVILLE. She wm Valued at Five TbouMod Dollars One Mas MM&f. The steamer Lurtine, with Cf.ptain Farris commanding, ami employed by Contractor Reynolds of the "river route," was wrecked by an explosion, which occurred on hoard the bo.it while anchored at Boonvillc lost Tuesday niornhiK. The gasoline tank had been leak ing, and when a match was applied to the generator, the esc iped oil took fire and soread rapidly forward and soon reached about one hundred kegs of powder, forty cases of dyna mite, eight cases of fuse and nearly one thou sand detonating caps. The explosion fol lowed, demolishing the little steamer, wrecked a ferryboat, damaged many buildings on the water front and set fire to a mill. Captain Harris and his crew were' on Iw.trd at the time fire was first discovered. All escaped except one negro, whom the crew have been unable to find. It is supposed that he was...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

2 MARSHALL KtHUiJLlCAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntcred at the I'oatofflce In Marshall, Mo., as sction(-clatH mailer. TKKMS: 11.00 I'KH YKAU IN ADVANCK. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAHSHAM., MISSOURI, MAY 31, I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (l-'oniu'rly Orcnr .V llimtiT.) ottliv ovi-r Hunk iif Hnlliu MARSHALL, MISSOURI. DRIVEN FROM HOME BY THE REPUBLIC The following is one more of those "bright editorials" which appeared in last week's is sue of the Hoonville Advertiser under the head of "Sharps and Flats" by L. Y. S. "And now Bryan, Stone. Crow, Shackel ford, H.dl, Meriwether, Robb, Wctmore, Van diver, Cochran, Hohenschild, Stahl of the Boonville Advertiser, Akeof I ronton Register, Mctjuitty of Kocheport Democrat, Fisher of Farmington Times, Moore of Charleston Kn terprise, Graffis ol Sedalia Sentinel, Wnlden of Hrunswicker, the editors of Joptin Globe, Morgan county News, Tuscumhia Record, Rolla Sharpshooter, Dick Speed of Nevada Mnil, Malonc of Brook field Budget, Bradshaw of West Plains Gaz...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 MISSOURI EDITORS. j RepoMicaa Party asd fa MUaioa ia MMourL Html Ohnlriimii T.J. Akin lu I'ollllrnl ltt-vlw. Tlmt political parlies should exist and their organizations lc maintained under a Republi can form of government like our own. is admitted hy all. Political parties should not le and ate not the product of prejudices, sec tional or racial; hut should represent well defined policies ol government, and the results they have produced when put into practical operation. Thiit.thcy arc capable of contributing to the general prosperity of (he country and ol affecting the business interests of the people has becen demonstrated by past experience. Hence, it is important to every individual citizen to support and maintain tlmt political party which, while in powei, has secured the gicatc.st good for the greatest uumler. It might be staled that there cm lc but one correct solution of any great question, and that the wis dom of exH.arit'iicu has taught us that the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

4 MARSHALL v. REPUBLICAN. la Honor of Mis MefcMe. One of the moat thoroughly de lightful social functions of the month of May was the reception given by Mrs. D. C Gore Frida evening to a large number of Mar shall's young people in honor of Miss Katharyn McBride, of Paris, Mo., who is at present the guest of the hostess. The decorations of the house, while simple, were very pretty and effective. The arch of asparagus fern, combined with honeysuckle and fragrant syringa, in the recep tion hall was especially attractive. The parlors were done in American Beauties and ferns, the dining-room in white peonies nud pink carna tions. Punch was served from a vine wreathed table in the bay window o( the west parlor, which was ef fectively and prettily draped with clinging vines, honeysuckles and cut flowers, making a pretty bark ground for the four fair young girls who presided. They were: Miss lone Rogers, in a becoming and girlish costume ot yellow or gandie; Misses Lena Page, Maude McClure ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

51 MARSHALL RfcPUULlCAN. 5 V Decoration Day in Marshall. Decoration Day was duly observ ed in Marshall, many of the busi ness houses closed from 2 to 4 in the afternoon and scarcely a family in our city but was represented, and if any thing a larger number than usual joined in the services at Ridge Park at 2:30. The music was led by the choirs of the different rhuiches and was very excellent. Rev. J. F. Kem per gave scripture reading and prayer, followed by an address by Rev. C. B. Thomas of the Presby terian church, in which he touched .upon the fact that memorial day was organized in the Southland, when a few ladies decorated the graves of the dead soldiers The custom became wider spread and thcG. A. R. took it up, after which congress set upart a day making it a legal holiday and to-day it is al most universally observed in this country. He urged the importance of keeping the day from degener ating into a day of sports nnd pleasures, but keeping it as a me morial for the dead. Th...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

6 MARSHALL KfcFUbLlCAN. COMMENCEMENT EierciKS of bc Marshall High School The graduating exercises of the Marshall High School were held in the'opera house Thursday evening, May 30th. An immense crowd of relatives and friends filled the house, each full of interest for the large class who had reached a period in Hfe'so important' The stage was beautiful in its decorations of palms, carnations; houeysuckles and roses, which had been managed by a committee from the junior class, composed of Misses Rachel Van Dyke, Iva Hahn, Maude Bryant, Messrs. Emraett Smith, Charley Bradford and Percy Neville. Promptly at 8 o'clock ihe exer cises opened with the following program: oviTturv-"Tin iypy Quw-n." Pram I.udinrr Ariui DmiriMii! Ilnml I'. Vlliy. Home II. I''iiim1.:iit. M.VIIcy. Jwph li. A. Uoimnl. Prof. Olio mint-r.ccoiiiinil. InviK-ntlim Hvv.J. K. Kfinix r Plnmi Ihwl "l l.'KIMr li'Ainnr," I Itfiimiil iv Vlllmc aSfU? Mnry Ih-rtfnml Floy M.v-r. I'IniiirHUlWHnluUn IVnlh" t. Ki-tti-mi . , .MIm U...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

MAKillALL KthUbLlGAN. 7 Eatertsiaed by the Home Department The Monday Club was delight fully entertained Monday afternoon by the members of the Home De paitmrnt. As it wait the last "Club Day" ol the year, a little surprise had been arranged by the ladies of this department, which Droved a great success, and all laughed and had a good time. The first exercise on the program was a piano solo by one of Mar shall's most talented musicians, Mrs. Knight. Dr. Mansur then read an excel lent paper on "A Resume of the Year's Work, with Suggestions for Another Year." At this juncture a note was hand ed tn tnc president, Mrs. Hardin, which conveyed the news that a delegation of notable womcu from foreign lands were in town to visit the far-famed Monday Club before they would sltcnd the "Interna tional Conference of Women's Clubs," to convene in San Fran cisco June 4th. The program for the afternoon was dispensed with it nd each lady was called on for a talk, to which she responded with a few w...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

6 MARSHALL v. KthUbLlCAN. Why Break a $40 Plate Glass $ to Steal Shoes? 9fr? Our UM upt-clsl In cheaper than ?fih? T Menltntf nml better limn others ? qj? mU for more money SJ( MYERS & BELL CoHNKH MTOHK. MAMSIIAI.I.. Mo LOCALJN IRIEF. Mli Nellie Hoo In visiting friends at Columbia. P. II. Ilea returned Thursday from Kansas City. W. O. Sellers, of Wanamakor, was a visitor Saturday. Miss I'earl Parrlsh spent Sutday with friends at Malta Bond. K. V. Headen, of this city, will spend his vacation at Lexington. B. B. Ilarnum Is In Oklahoma thU week looking after real estate. Mrs. J. P. Fulkerson, of SaltSprlngs, was In town shopping Saturday. Martin Gauldln left Sunday night for St. Louis on a business trip. B. D. Martin and II. II. ItnlT spent several days In Chicago this week. La Croue Lumber Co. Treat Customers Right A.lllngn and Harry iIopklns,of this elty,itH'iit Sunday ut Arrow llock. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Allen, Sunday morning, May 211th, 1101, a son. Miss Helen Williams, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

MARSHALL KUrUbLlCAN. 9 LOCAL IN IRIEF Miss Florence Ewing left Friday for Blue Springs. Dorn to Mr. soil Mra. Ed Maddox, May 23rd, 1901, a bod. Will Hancock, of Blackburn, spent Friday In Marshall. Joe Wronker returned Friday from a business trip to Joplln. 8. P. Houston and wife, of Malta Bend, sicnt Friday In Marshall. 044 Six Mill Work, La CretM Lumber Co. MIh Louise Bryant left Wednesday for a visit to friends at Columbia. J. W. Wheeler, of Miami, attended to business In Marshall Saturday. S. M. Steele and wife chaperoned a fishing party at Halt Fork Friday. Mr. JohnT. Long I vllllng her daughter, Mrs. Henry Sparks, at St. Louis. Mrs. P. II. Franklin left Friday for a visit to Mrs. A. A. McGeauhy at Fulton. John Wall, of Norton, and George II. Noitlcy, of Blue Lick, were recent visitors. France Mitchell, oneot the students of M. V. C, ha returned to his home at Odessa. Mrs. Lee Hnlllday, of Fayette, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Redman on Yerby street. R. E. I Smith accompanied J...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

10 nAKilALL v- KLfUttUCAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Phil Tucker, of Slater, u In Mar shall Tuesday. O. N. Prouty left Monday morning for a trip In Kama. Hons Latimer and Oscar Page left thin week for Kaunas City. Hoy Oauldln, of Slater, was the guest Sunday of Tony 11 aeon. Lawrence, son of ltev, II. T. Whar ton, has been quite sick all week. Mrs. W. G. Durrett, of Orearvllle, was a visitor in Marshall Monday. C. II. Parnswnrlh and wife verc guests Sunday of friends at Slater. Mrs. Mary Davis returned Monday from a visit to relatives at Hlackhurn. jk Crosse Lumber Co. Caty Largest Stock. Hov. I). C. Motion tilled his regular npHlntment Sunday at Ml. lA'onard. Nat U-onard returned Monday morn lnr from a visit to hit family nt Kan sas City. Miss Maude Newman Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. V. Johnson, ut Ver sailles. N. .1. Smith, of Kansas City, visited his son, T. S. Smith, at Ml. Uonurd this week. Miss Louise Minor, of Kansas City, cume down Sunday for a visit to Mar shall friends. Arthur S...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 11 LOCAMN BRIEF. James Irwin spent Wednesday In Kansas City on business. Born in Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lyd don Thursday morning a daughter. Judge William Buih and daughter, MUi Bettie, spent Sunday In Nelion, J. W. Robertson Is spending the week attending to business In Kansas City. Miss IVarl Morris left Wednesday night for a. two weeks visit to friends at 8 later. L. I. Vlley Is looking after his butU ness Interests at Sour Lake, Texas, this week. William Hcrryman, of St. Louis, Is In tne city visiting bis sister, Mrs. S. T. Hunter. Cecil Wilson and wife, of Kansas City, spent Sunday with J. It. Thomas and family. Binder Twine 8 cents, at N. Y. Racket J. L. Woodbridge and son, Ned, spent Thursday llshlng at Lkrolne, Cooper county. Miss Kthel Jones, of Odessa, Is the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Harry Jones, on Highland. Mrs. Robert .Campbell, who has been seriously III with rheumatism. Is very much better. W. II. Fletcher and family spent Wednesday afternoon ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

12 MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. THE BRIDE AT LAST SAID "OBEY," Bat it wm Only After Ui Groom Hud felted Hit Mat tad Started to Leave- In telling about "Some People I Have Married" In the Ladles' Homo Journal for June, tlio ltev. I). M. Kteele says: " Helng an F.plscopnllan, I always use the printed service of the Prayer-Hook. In this the greatest Klickler In to 'obey.' One day a couple came to me, bringing ait witnesses the parent of Itoth bride anil groom. F.verythlng proceeded smoothly to the point 'love, honor ami obey when the brlile refused to say the last. I re Itemed It and waited. Attain she re fused, and I shut tip my book. Then there wait a scene. They talked It over, and the more seriously they ar gued and discussed the more stub bnrnly she refused. The parent be came angry'i the groom excited, and the brldo hysterical. To humor her he joined In the request to have mo leuve It out. liul I liked the fellow and decided that a little sternness from me In the present might bo a favor...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IS Bad for the Oetopattors. Chicago Inter Ormn. General Fubston, writing from the Philippine to a frlead In Kansas, says that during the expedition which resulted In the capture of Agulnaldo he helped to est an octopus. He Is particular In explaining that It was the real thing a devilfish with eight arm, each about eighteen Inches long. The monster had been left In shallow water at low tide, and, as the party had been subsisting on a diet of rice and snails, It was really b windfall and godsend. Not since the late Dr. Livingstone, after year of experience and observa tlon In the depths of darkest Africa, wrote home that the lion, which had been represented for ages as the mon arch of wild beasts, possessed jutt pluck enough to attack a sick or dis abled elephant, not enough ' prevent him from turning tall when confronted by a tiger, and scarcely enough to stand his ground at the approach of man. has the popular faith In notne of the most Interesting chapters of ...

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