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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 May 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRA8KA. f-W-MM:-H-:S-MWM"HH? BRIEF TELEGRAMS. i HM-I-M-J-H-X-H-K'MK'M Boxer troubles aro growing In Southwest China. Tho International Sunday school lesson committee adjourned to meet at Buffalo, in Juno, 1904. The -vages of 600 men In tba Mich igan Central shops we'ro Increased from 16 to SO cents a day. The storehouso of tho Grief Broth ers Barrcll Manufacturing company at Cleveland, O., wob destroyed by flro. Governor Bliss of Michigan has given uotloo that ho will not Interfere In tho matter of Sunday baso ball In Detroit A dispatch to tho Dally Express from The Hngue says that Queen WUhclmlna 4s expecting an heir to tho throne. Tho good ronde association of Iowa was formed at n state convention which adjourned at Des Moines after electing olllcers. Stewart 1 Mooro, genernl freight agent of tho Northern Pacific rail way, died suddenly of pleurisy, at his homo in St. Paul, Minn. Flvo of tho largest coal companies Bt Jellio...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 May 1903

TO" s. rt I t?" y v Ik ,Sf A7 7 1 H AROUND THE WORLD. After Six Months of Traveling by Sea and Land With Its Opportunities for Observation DR. HORN SETS FOOT His Journcylngs Having Exalted the High Opinion of That Land of the Free He Had Ever Entertained The Great Steamer Cedrlc In Which the Rctnrn Voyage Was Made Incidents of Voyage. Nkw York City, April 20, 1903. After a four days' sojourn in Lou don, the largest city on earth, 1 was leady for the three thousand mile journey across the Atlantic ocean. Leaving Euston station at noon on Good Friday, April 10, by special train, Liverpool was reached at 3:30 o'clock, where the mammoth steamship "Ced ric" of the White Star Line, the largest steamship ever built, was waiting for her London passengers. The train halted alongside the floating giant, and in a few moments we were on board. At 5 o'clock the floating city with its 5200 passengers was loosed from her moorings and, by the help of tugs, was pointed towards New York. Saturday mor...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 May 1903

TOc IDeralfc. PUIJLISIIHD FRIDAYS. s SOLD IN ALL BEST PLACES, JAR VIS 187 7 BRANDY Dv T. J. CKIMIMS. i I Kntored at the pontoflice at Alliance, Nebraska, (or transmission through the mail, at Mcomltlasft itwttur. ADVERTISING R ATI'S Diitlar pr ulngle column inch per month 5 Huine local, per line ftmt iomrtioa . to Each snbtoquttnt inwrtion, per lino .05 Legal notice at statute ratas. g- T IIsam in tho Official Publica tion of Ho Duttt county and It circula tion is nearly twice that ot any other Al liance paper Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Intellectual llcnniiium'a. Prof. Martin lljaYtmaiin. uf Btrlln, 1 ,s written a book in which ho points 1 nit r notkanblo intellectual ronnis i,iPio in fi Mohammedan world, as indicted in tho InctoftHlntr number nnd . ci'hitlon of Arabic newspapers. Importing Canadian 5lielllili. Lob iters aro bo Bcnrco along tho Now England toast that tho imports of tho live fcheltrtsh from tho Canadian mar Itlmo provinces promise to bo larger Minn ever...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 May 1903

t '. k if- for rv, If " 1 1 -. HEMINGFORD. Victor Johnson left for I'nrk City, Montnlia, where his father nnd two brothers Hve, Tuesday. He expect to be gone until fall. Mrs. McCnndlcss and Mrs. 11. K. Johnson have had .severe attacks oft ho grip this week. Quite a crowd of people congregated at the depot Saturday evening In the hope of gaining a gllnipwj of President Hoosevelt. Tlio train ran very slowly und the president of all the United States stood on the rear platform, t laughing and bowing to the people. He seemed to be hi the best of spirits and not at all weighted down with of ficial or any other troubles. Long live Theodore Hoosevelt, president of the United States. Mayjhe complete his 'present olllcial term and another on top of it If ho docs in the next ten months what lw will have opportunity to do. Amos Abley came up from Denver Monday to visit with his parents and brothcr.for a few days. Miss Grace Wheeler and Mrs. Anna 1'ierce drove to Alliance Saturday. , Miss Nelli...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 May 1903

v .1. .!. i .Ul SSJ"U7- WAl ilk. .Ufr..k.Vl7 .frftffifwVWW w i sSs I y'iV'' '& I j-4- . t -ih-t A. A V "v r'-' .? v. 4-.' r ! 1 ; Vis 'Si -J :v.s. s u 1- .. i. ft at ; .. . 'C- v k -J'- .. v. '- i f v. Ms.- " -.Tr. -3 -wr- -al- V .vM. .v. .&. .vS. .v.M. .&. .vM. .v&. ai it. !4i. NJV4 .l..l 'V, -fc5SH 'i(fcifci4feifc1 J....Vlt..4.N"&..i4. !.. ?WtJi.to.iiAk.l4t.' .WWVVuwwwwwiiirv V .." ".w- -W- -,.;, ;,, ftA 7! ij'-'yCr ' .' i.9 Vi, t ,' .' 4 ' T!V ' - ' v1- '..-" . -!. .'v.' V ' -.". "C- . C;TT ? , , T.'"' 'i 4 --.' p, " ' 'C S' n Cash or Ci-eciit j 1 1 BOOT NEED TI MOM 1 fiw '111 t Y? No matter what others say and do, WK S1ILL SKLL hURINll URK ' We Put UP the Holler, And we Put Prices DOWN. If you will remember, President Roosevelt said about these words in his speech to our citizens last Saturday: cYou cannot believe a man when he says he will sell you $5.00 Worth of goods for $2.50 In the first place he is a knave to make the offer, and you are not wise in acce...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 May 1903

PROMINENT PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE PE-RU-NA. ;M-H IH .-M-.-HM I 1 C I II C I M W THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.:: . J-. tea i v. IjYf I n 52U ROBERTS .Jflffi I Robert R. Roberts. M. D., Wash- mlWml. ; ington, D. C, writes : ! C-SgjJf- vfA) """? M ! " Through my own experience as ssISSkL )JkJ4 Llm ' i well as that of many of my friends ', '$rZ&M mwfo ItttrrrtC I and acquaintances who have been ! "j rrT3wW' (if Wl , cured or relieved of catarrh bythc J PJIgn -rTjlff " Ml j use of Hartman' s Peruna, I can con- ', WrtWwT (III ill fldently recommend It to those suf- ! yLfitfr .dvI oy$Z JM (m terlng from such disorders, and ! a tf vfc fll Jsf ', have no hesitation In prescribing it ! &!sy 'zsj'jI I to my patients." RobsrtR. Roberts. 'w'Muiiwn A tubTANTW increasing number f- of physicians prescribe Peruna in x their regular practice. It has proven Its merits so thoroughly that even the doctors have overcome their prejudice against so-called patent rnedicines and recommend it to their patients....

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 May 1903

i CASH m KING VA V ' , i K MI7TA VECTaDWWWCOiK -SHH B5OCSWV5' 3Kr HtO!lW itSGKBQ!;5ijatKM2r; I I Swanliolm Go's prices have begun to tell. Each day's sales far eclipse the preceding one. We have been compelled to increase our force of clerks. No wonder. LOOK AT THESE PRICES. iMBMBtoSB&SftH s & T 4 '1 Dry G-oods Dep't Special sale of Lailic's skirts while they Inst. $2 50 Black Percale, Si 50 S5 skirts, S3 50 S7 Circular Flounce, S5 00 All the atcst les 'Mm MfflmtiM7 l tmlMmimim " 6?9 Crash, Linen, Duck, Pique, litem inc, Basket Cloth and Pine Silk Skirts Denims At Surprising; Low Prices. Grocery Department Permanent Prices Standard prints pur Vurd 3c Fancy prints per yard 4 L. L. muslin per vard 4c Cotton challics per yard 4c Bleached muslin per yard ... Hope muslin per yard Fruit of the Loom per yard. Lonsdale per yard Lawns per yard 6c, 8c and ioc. Ladies black lace hose 19c 5c 7c 7c Come in and see what Cash will do. 17 lbs. sugar for Canned Corn 15c Tomatoes per can 15c ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 May 1903

The Alliance Herald. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF DOK BUTTE OOUNTY V AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC 5 PAPER IN THE COUNTY. :::-k:-s:-s-:-s? The Herald has the $ largest oiroulation v up riT alliknoe paper J FRINT8ALLTHE NEWS. X :,hh-:5h-:'!:.sj VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1903, NUMBER 20 c . Jftfit T to, ' Sili . ,. ' r ,v s - lr 2 r .; 1 I ft w re GET YOUR SEED POTATOES From us. One car of Northern Minnesota, Ear ly Ohio pure seed pota toes are now here . ORDER QUICK For they are going-fast ALLIANCE Grocery Co. Take Warning. It coming to our knowledge that parties being infected with scarlet fever, have, in order to avoid quarintine, concealed the fact, thereby scattering the disease and "endangering life, we deem it necessary to give this notice and say from this time on the law will be enforced to the letter. The fine in such cases is from Sioo to $200. Aayone found covering up a contagious disease without reporting same to health officer or family physici an w...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 May 1903

AROUND THE WORLD. Ehcounter with a Cobra Which a Cingalese Cap tures by Placing a Basket over Its Head, A HERD OF ELEPHANTS SIGHTED BATHING In a River of Ccylon--Crocodllcs nnd Serpents Very Snmcrons, CUcr Thirty Species of the Latter Being, Found In the Islund"Ilcnutles of the City of Kandy and Ccylon'csc History. Concluded from lust neck. But it was not to last. I, becoming slightly suspicious, inquired: "Are there any poisonous snakes through here?" In a twinkling of an eye enme the reply, "Yes, big cobra a plenty." This sudden infortnktion reduced my temperature as the cool chills crept over pie, anticipatory to a surprise. This was not a condition conducive to the recalling of poetry, unless it should be the following from a masterpiece) One impulse from tho vernal wood May teach you inpraol jiiunr Of moral evil and of good Than all tho sages can. The impulse I had from that vernul wood was reactionary, butit taught me more of myself, thereby sustaining tho poet's assertion. Su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 May 1903

T H tr t ! i i :; Interesting from Stnrt to Finish if You Like Real Good Tilings. The story is interesting, tho characters arc real people who do and say what real folks would say and do if thrown into the pathetic, the passionate and the comical 'Situations with which the play abounds. All together it is a play full of laughs, laughs that come natural. At no time is the play funny to those playing it, tho fun is visible only to the audience. They know things are progiessing to the end desired, iut the perplexed German baron, the lovely Virginia girl, and those who are seeking to make true love run smooth and those who are trying to prevent its running smooth are always most seriously and ear nestly amusing to the audience. M. liagerty has returned from his west ern trip. John Qurran was in from the ranch Wednesday. . James Soukup and mother were down from Lawn yesterday. J. A. Kime arrived Thursday from Streator, 111., for a few days' stay. The city is putting in tiling on the stre...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 May 1903

HEMINGFORD. IKolth L. Plerco Is fully nutlinrlrrd t fco licit RUlMcrt)ttons nnd Job work niul collect and receipt for nftmo, and irunsact nil otlior business In connection with Mt iimltlon ns an accredited representative aftld patter. Tho third quarterly meeting far Hcmingford clmrpo will be liuld nt Mnrslaml Saturday nnd Stindny, Mny 8 and 0. Quiirtcrly conference will be held Saturday afternoon at 3 o.cloclc. Rev. J. A. Scamahorn, P. B., will be present. U. P, Oilman was up from Alllunce. Tuesday. P, 11. Fitch wunt to Alliance Monday night, returning Tuesday. MIm lllanch Foskct went out to, tho ranch, Saturday, to visit a few days with her1 brother. Marshall Sheldon vUlted Alliance, Monday. L. 8. Wright Is tho proud father of a daughter, born May 1, which date Is also tho unnlvcrsary of Mr. Wright's birth Ttiis little lady will bo called Luclle. E. P. Waldon, while returning homo Friday evening, had the misfortune to bo thrown from his horse Into a wire fenco nnd sustained some ve...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 May 1903

- Zhe Iberalfc. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. - V, i". JAR VI 1877 BRANDY SOLD IN ALL BEST PLACES. By T. J. O'KEEFE. Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. &; i f " ft' -'. Cpf I If. .. t .. &: ':' 4i A3to ST5 s I , I t S5t " ' r .50 .10 .05 ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month..... Business locals, per line first insertion Each subsequent insertion, per line j-egai nonces ai statute rates. t KT The Herald is the Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Atfc4tM4A&AAWrWVrrWTWV'3'rS The Central Nebraska Real Estate Comp'y ?! LOOATED AT fi CANTON. Being off our usual beat last week, no news was sent, for which we have had to take several severe scoldings. There has been been some very sharp trading going ou this week in the way of horse swapping. Arthur Bass trad ed his fine saddl...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 May 1903

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Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 May 1903

9 fi lM if is I v i-'' ' 'ft. . 5 i, ',.' R- :&': . & &'V 'If 1 t-'M , i ' V ;5 .-r ' L J. .'' H ... f I 4': - DON'T THIS LOdK L iV tk E A COOD THING r if THIS PLAY Was given in Slieridan, Wyo., April 23, asrj a benefit for the B. P. O. Elks' Lodge, No. 520, and the following is what they have to say about it: "We, as a Lodge do hereby recommend the New Dominion" - '. i, : . r r.MIB.T' VTVTTV - ' ", T'Fr 'H V ' r --yA-vvvN The Play is a Cracker Jack And if you want full value for your money you don't want to miss it. We broko all pre vious records of the town by $300.00 and everyone was pleased and so you will be if you attend. d- -f.j3,L1 G.ngh.jroL.O' ul EzJJrwQ '. -- ' 'O Presentin Clay for the first time in Alliance Clement's Popular Character Study, H E ': !-ff K-n3S2rrnrirj3 cm iwiimB'CTfwiMipT'vf.i.;1 -.-nr,, nsn3 BSadUBKnKZaCSKX!KatSIXlREa mmtmiMaMMmvBmmwmmmjKmmmnmwmtMiMajsmvmmmtimmmMMmmMimKmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmtmmmamm DOMINION smwssssmssisssssssssSBSSmsSSnssss PP t Mv...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 May 1903

H&gfefe i I MlfflMffT! RSH LtftilM& 3CIAUX&ji,w. ,...-. Can you do it at a credit store where their goods are marked HIGHER to cover their losses? You have been wanting the lowest prices possible. HERE THEY ARE. GET YD MDNE7 W U Illl'Lm 1 G v .? v.r-.r i,- Grocery Department 1 7 lbs. stiRar for $i oo Canned Corn gc 15c Tomatoes per can 1 ic 15c Culled corn 3 for 2$c 15c Pumpkin 3 for 25c 35c Err plant 3 for 50c 25c Strawberries per can 19c 20c Apricots per can - :5c 15c Blackberries per can 10c 15c Raspberries per can 10c I2c Pears per can 8-ioc I2c String Beans per can gc Oil sardines 5c Mustard sardines 10c Salmon per can ' 13.15.20c 15 Saner Kraut per can 10c 4 packages Soda 20c Search Light Matches 3 for Joe Quaker Oat Meal per package, toe :oc Gloss Starch 4 for 25c 10c Corn Starch 4 for. .- 250 15c Cold Water Starch 10c 5c Yeast Foam 3. for...- 10c 5c Pcarlinc 7 packages for 25c All Best laundry soap 7 for 25c 60c Jcllcy per pail 48c FLOUR. Patent $1 00 Straight Gr...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 May 1903

r The Alliance Herald. :-:!:::.e :: OFFICIAL PUDLICATION .!. OF BOX DUTTC OOUNTY .1 AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC ?. PAPER IN THE COUNTY. - i ni4 nnnnku nno inn w LARQEOT CIRCULATION V OF ANY ALLIANOE PAPER J FRINT8 ALL THE NEWS. :K-:xj:::::.vs.:. :k:hs:'H'k$ VOLUME X. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1903, NUMBER 21 u P . iS 1 ? G: i' B r t 7 J1 t l( J.'Tf f Potato R.ii sers! We have a few bushels of pure Early Ohio, Minnesota Seed Potatoes that we will plant on shares with good re sponsible parties. Call and see us. Raymond & Quivcy L lllds for Hoard Wnntcd. folds for running a dining hall in con nection with the Alliance Junior normal will be received until May 16, 1603, at 6 p. m., board to be furnished for ten weeks, beginning June 8th for from seventy-five to one 1 undred persons. The committee furnishes rooms, table"!, chairs, range and water supply. The committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids. W. V. Norton, Chairman of Committee. Special Notice....

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 May 1903

JWSV t 1. ADDRESS OF W, G. SIMONSON At the Meeting of the Stock grower's Association, Tuesday. TALKS INTERESTINGLY ON FORAGE The Range and Meadow Must be Pre served and Improved How This May be Accomplished A I fa I fa , Oromc and Other Grasses. Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen: Heretofore such has been the. abund ance of our pasture plants that little thought has been taken for their pres ervation and Improvement. Pastures have been so managed us though the grasses could take care of themselves and the ranges have been so over stocked with tho Idea that the forage supply was Inexhaustible. Disaster lias followed In many sections and one of the greatest problems now beforo tho department of agriculture Is to dis cover methods of restoring tho ranges. To wholly roplacc the forage plants of this region which by time and adapta tion have become indiglnous to these alkali Is yet in tho experimental state, yet the importance of the move Is so great as to call, 1 bcllove, for state ap propriati...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 May 1903

(J f Mr V ' s- V J.- -V v t DOCTOR ENSOR ifZMP Bndorses the Catarrhal Tonic Pc-pu-na A Congressman's kefier. Dr. J. F. Ensor, Postmaster of Columbia, S. C, late Superintendent and Physician In chargo of State Insane Asylum at Columbia, S. C, writes: "After using your Per una myself for a short period, and my family having usca ana are now using the same with good results, and uoon the Information of others who have been benefited by It as a cure for catarrh and an Invigor ating tonic, lean cheerfully recommend it to an persons requiring so effective a remeay.-ur. J. tinsor. Hon. C. W. Butts, ex-Member of Con press from North Dakota, in a letter from Washington, D. C, says: "That Peruna is not only a vigorous, as well as an effective tonic, but also a cure of catarrh is beyond controversy. It is already established by its use by the thousands who have been benefited by it. I cannot too highly express my appreciation of its ex cellence. "C. W. Butts. Dr. K. Robbins, Muskogee, I. T., w...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 May 1903

HEMINGFORD. IKelth L. rioho U fully nuUiorltwl to -licit itutoort)tluiiH unci Job work nntl eollwt and recoltit for nmo, mid trnnsnct nil otlior buklnus.0 In connection with III poMtlon ns nn AOcrcUlleUrepriMciitnthcof this pii)cr. Clmncollor Andrews is tho man who wns dismissed from Brown university because ho advocated the double stand nnl hi 1800. Ho 1h n intin of forceful clmrnctor, it good spouher nntl nn au thority on uiluoiittotinl matters. Next Wednesday evening, May 20, Is the ovoninff on which ho will deliver his lecture, "aolf Culture" Frank Itavntt wus in town Wednes day. Kuiniut Johnson was In Hoinlngford Tuesday for a few hours. Hoiin To C. 1!. Wlltsey, a hoy, Tues day, May Vi, Miss Clraue 'Wheeler went to Alliance Tuesday evening and Mrs, Johntion went Wednesday evening. The wishbone social given by the Christian Kmleiivor society at the resi dence of 15. E. Johnson Tuesday even ing was a very pleasant nlTalr, there beluga large attendance. Ico cream and calto wore se...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 May 1903

f- AROUND THE WORLD. Indian History Sketch Preparing Readers for A rtides to Follow. THE LAND OF THE VEDAS, ITS MYTHOLOGY And Religions, ttrahmanlsm, Hinduism Three Hundred Million People Speaking Sccnty-clglit Languages Aryans Act on the Principle That To the Victors lielong the SpoilsIndian luiuslons and Government, and Modern-India nKIng Buys Grecian Wife tor BOO Elephants. Benares, India', Jan. 22, 1Q03. ' entered tho Punjab and foiiRht bis way For tbc benefit of tbosc who may inch bv inch until Victory perched up not be conversant with Indian on his banners. Afterwards one of history, I shall make a few historical ! Alexander's generals, Solencus, led an allusions as a preface to my tour north ward and westwaul in order that each reader may take renewed interest in this most interesting quarter of the cradle ot civilization. India, the large peninsula in the south of Asia, is limited on the north by the Himalya mountains; on the east by Burma and the bay of Bengal; on the south...

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