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AN ANGRY ELEPHANT.
A STORY TOLD bV JAMES INGLIS IN
"TENT LIFE IN TIGER LAND."
Breaking a Victim's Skull on Hi. Knee.
Hurled Into a River with Stow Pan in
Hand-Rushig Into the Jungle-Sen.a
tions of Suffocation.
"Tent Life in Tiger Land." by the Hont.
James Inglis. is the best book of hunting
adventure we have seen for many a long
day. Imagine Allan Quatermain in rc:!
life, and you have Mr. Inglis. Ilis
stories of what he and his friends actu
ally did in the jungles of an Indian fron
tier- district outdo in graphic power and
exciting adventure anything that Mr.
Rider Haggard has imagined. Mr. In
glis is a trifle prolix, but his pages will
simply be devoured by boys, and read
with eager interest by children of a
larger rowth. The story of the hunter
impaled on the horns of a buffalo bull
and carried about for days until the rot
ting flesh dropped maggot eaten from
the bull's horns is one of the most grew
some horrors ever printed in the English
Iere is a sample of one of Mr. Inglis'
stories describing the escape of one of the
author's friends from the attack of a
"Run, run, sahibs-the tusker has
e 'must,' or mad. He has broken
We all started to our feet. George
had just gone down to the bank of the
river to where the cooking was going on,
which lay nearer the mad elephant's
picket. By this time the terror stricken
servants were flying in all directions.
The huge brute, with infinite cunning.
had all along been making mighty efforts
to wrench up the stake to which he was
bound. This at last he succeeded in
doing. With the first desperate bound,
or lurch forward, the heavy ankle
chains, frayed and worn in one link, had
snapped asunder; and with the huge
stake trailing behind him he charged
down on the camp with a shrill trumpet
ing scream of maddened excitement
and savage fury. The men with the
spears waited not for the onset.
TE DESTROYER AT WORK.
One poor fellow, bending over his pot
of rice trving to blow the smoldermon
embers of his tire into a flame, was seize
by the long flexible trunk of the infuri
ated brute, and had but time to utter the
terrible death scream which had startled
us ere his head wassmnashed like an egg
shell on the powerful knee of the mad
dened monster. He next made a rush
at the horses, that, excited and fright
z ened by the clamor around them, were
straining at their ropes, and buried his
long blunt tusks in the quivering flanks
of one poor Caboolee horse that had
s led in vain to get free.
All this was the work of a moment.
Poor George, whowas bending over some
stewpan, wherein was simmering some
delicacy of his own concoction, was not
aware of the suddenly altered aspect of
affairs till the huge towering bulk of the
elephant was almost over him. Another
instant, and he would have shared the
fate of thehap less mahout had he not,
with admirable presence of mind, deliv
ere& the hissing hot stew. with quick
dexterity and precision, full in the gap
fng mouth of the furious brute. His
- next sensation, however, was that of fir
ing through the air, as the brute with
oneswin' of its mighty trunk, p ropelled
him on is aerial flight, and he fell souse
in the middle of the stream, with the
saucepan sill tightly clutched in his
. Over the river we could see the infer
nal brate who had thus scattered us in a
perfect frenzy of rage, kneeling on the
7shapeless heap-of cloth, furniture, poles
and rones, and diggin his tusks with
savage fuyinto the hagig and can
vas in the abandonment ... mad. uncon
trollable rage. We had little doubt but
that poor Mac lay crushed to- death,
smothered beneath the weight of the
drus animal, or mangled out of all
to humanity by the terrible
assthat we could see flashing in the
clear moonlight, It seemed anage, ths
agony of suspense. We held our breaths,
a ad dared not look into each other's face.
Everything showed as clear as if it had
beeni day. We saw the elephant tossing
the strong canvas canopy about as a dog
would worry a door mat. Thrust after
thurst was 'made hv' the tusks into the
foldzs of cloth. Raising his huge trunk,
the brute would scream in the frenzy of
his wrath, and at last, after what seemed
-an age to us, but which in realityr was
but a few minutes, he staggered'to his
feet and rushed into the jungle.
IN A VERY TIGHT PLAcE.
.-- Just then a smothered groan struclk
like thejineal of joy bells on our anxious
ears anda muffled voice from beneath
the folds of the shamiana in Mac's well
known tones groaned~ out: "Look alive,
youfelows, and get me out of this or
In trying to get out of the way of the
Irlrst rush of thie elephant his foot had
caught in one of the tent ropes, and the
whoe falling canopy had then come
bodily upon him, hurling the cam p table
and a few cane chairs over him. Unider
these he had lain, able to breathe, but
not daring to stir, while the savage beast
had behaved as has been described. His
escape had been miraculous. The cloth
had several times been pressed so close
over his face as nearly to stifle him. The
brute in one of its savage, purposeless
thrusts had pierced the ground between
his arms and his ribs, pinning his Afghan
choga, or dressing gowvn deep into the
eart'h; and he said he felt himself sink
ing into unconsciousness, what with ten
sion of nerve and brain and semi-suffoca
tion together, when the brute had hap
pily got up and rushed off.
"How did you feel?" I asked.
"Well, 1 can hardly tell you."
"It must have grazed your ribs."
"It did. A fter that I seemecd to turn
qduite. unconcerned. All sorts of funny
ideas came trooping across my brain. I
couldn't for the life of me hel) feelino
cautiously about for my pipe, which ha3l
dropped somewhere near when I trippedJ
on the ropes. I seemed, too, to havxea
quick review of all the actions I haid
ever done, and was just droppimig o-i : o
a dreamy unconsiosneCss, aft orpuln
a desperate race against Oxfordl wii hLu
ol crew, when your v'oice::reucd I ~ to
snation once mnore."-PahdG
Never to Co Again.
A fact in relation to the di'h of c
WVarhington, not genera!!y i:i:( . ::
bestzated. Thei day Mcr 1u: h
clock in the Mdasonme ?ia' l.A
dria. of which lhe w-as a N!sr
at the hour anid minute of bo
Then the (cioek was stoed:c.::::d i
-nes er been permine-d t-' ra:. -ra
-the hands been moved sinc'. - i.i
The following alliterative cout. i
"Begot by butchers. but by bishops b'red.
Hoff high his honor holds his haughty
Every t'ord in the first line begins with a
b, and in the second with an h
aFirst Kentuckian-Say, Colonel, there's
a crowd o' young women, arnd singin'
"Would' I were a bird!" Second Ken
tuckian-Well, I kin finish the feathers.
You git some tar to stick 'em on.
It is supposed that when he received theI
fatal cup Socrates uttered that now world
renowned expression, "Gosh! -all hem
'br are br!w n:rt.s in the world today,
ro : ::ih:ta".et. hide tnem:
i'!- pre t:: ~: ei:a~: on the old highway.
i:t h st i.ed ;:r"e! oh:--h~
h. n,:2. n!.t"lace '4 he W O:aD who knows
r. i t t-.i' where not even', pity .lows,
witti a prou~d blut broi:en beart
:r. troten ie::risn thei. world 'dy.
. * i t ::" .,:td: at t!:,Se h.trn. though
:!- t 'r t ::It ' tali,.
evs t ie r.::..a we o ,
: t*w ,it h:'ou:.;h hiis sent. tliand he
.n i: int a b~roke n he art
HI 1.0 and Youti: Wtrt after
I i :: : su ra :mti: r.i t,;: wor!i goes round
.td :: i fu p our ar t .
it vetr as weil as oie: ti:e grotnd
Th.re.a ds :: :.*n.: n iherrt.
-John Ern.t Mcan :n Ncw York Mercury
The Spartana and Musie.
The favorite probLI m of thinkers and
teachers, since thought began. has been
to find sone engine of ecucation which
should reach the character as effectually
as the ordinary means of training touch
the understanding; and in thu opinion
of- many, not uen alone but nations,
music was such an engine. "It is music,"
said the Spartans. "whiich distinguishes
the brave man from the coward." "A
man's music is the source of his courage."
It was their music which enabled Leoni
das and his three hundred to conquer at
Thermopyke. It was music which taught
the Spartan youths how to die in the
wrestling ring or on the field of battle.
These claims are audacious surely. Yet,
when we consider how the rhythmical
tread of the brave man dii:ers from
the agitated sharable of the coward,
how music is the art of human joy, and
how joy and repose of mind are the main
elements of manly fortitude, we shall at
any rate admit that there is a strong
afinity somewhere: our only difficulty
will be to aclmowledge that music, de
liberately applied, could ever be the di
rect cause of these reputed results. To
achieve the end desired Spartan boys
passed their youth in learning tunes,
hymns and songs: this was their solo
mental culture. They were taught to
dance and keep ste p to the measure of
the songsas they sang them. And, grown
to manhood, now perfect warriors,
marched into battle with smiling faces,
crowned with flowers, calm, joyful and
serene, and, intoning their songs, moved
steadily thus into the thickest of the
fight, undisturbed and irresistible. The
band that leads our armies to the field of
battle nowadays is a scant survival of
Spartan practice, yet even is this music
by proxy there are many elements of
incitement to courage.-The National
A West Viri!nita Diana.
The most ce ebrated hunters of the sec
tion are Bob iLSti::u. Jile Daker. a
womaananl Louis Chitiester. There is a
law to protect de.r. lut it is not observed.
Out of season vefnison is cied mountain
mutton. Jule li:;ker is the wie of Joan
Baker, and lives near the mouth of
Black Water fork. She can handle a
Winchester wit:: the dexterity and pre
cision of Old Leatierstocking, and hun
dreds of deer and bear have falien vic
tims to the unerring bullets from her
rifle. Bob Eastamau says he saw her
plunging down the mountain side
through six inches of s::ow one day,
with two rities and a bear trap strapped
to her back and followed by six dogs.
She ran three miles to a peit where she
thought a deer in full chase would cross.
and she got there in time to see her hus
band kill 1im. She is a big, black haired
woman, very industrious, with :: heart
as large as her foot. and she is the mother
of seven children. She is not pretty. A
few months ago, for a silver uollar, she
carried a *slise. weighing over 100
pounds seven miles for a:n cngih:eer. .It
is said that on one occasion she carried
a sewing machine from Grafton to her
home, a distance of sixty miles.-Balti
A Dog T~hat "1?inkd.
It is a auxr wvehoio-ieal fact that
ighly br..'. .t.i- ..n'! pointers. with
their'ineitinzts v~cil de-:ei'ed. often be
comei frightened at 1h. trrt re.al opera
tion of the- pixnti '.; tistinct ::td z:grver
recover from: i. .i* heal iort--man had
a wvell bredi. ticney 1i di;reel set ter which
he raised with dtue regard for his fumure
usefulness in the field.i and at mnatur-ity
started out to give him a trial on game.
True to his nature the do" galloped over
the fields in the rmerry stfie of his trained
ancestors, and coinng suddenly upon a
large covey of birds tie st ped at die
scent of tho brds in o ience to his
The dog had never seen a game bird,
and the odor of the cover rose so thickly
about him that he was fairly intoxicated
with the delightful sensation of the
"point." He shivered i his excitement,
and so pronounced was the effect upon
him that his hair rose with his sensa
tions. Presently the birds began to rise
with a noisy whir, and the unexpected
sight of quail and the noise they made
gettin~' away so alarmed the dog that be
turned tail and ran off to hide in the
bushes. Since that time the dog's fear
of birds has been so great that lie always
runs away from them. He will hunt
diligently to find birds, and he will make
his point after they are found, but the
moment lie stops to point he recollects
his first birds, and with the most abject
expression he steals away from the
object he hus worked so hard to find.
This peculiarity is by no means uncom
mn, :md sportsmen nave named the act
"binking. "-Chicago Tribune.
S that misery experienced when we sud
denly become aware that we possess a
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The stomach is thie reservoir trom which
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out the whoie system. Among a dozen
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mental power and a bilious temperament
are subject to Sick Headache; those,
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while the thin aad nervous are abandoned
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$00 a month each and their board.
The Same John.
Marriage is not transformation. John
will be as cross when he is hungry, as
glum when distraught with business
anxieties, as uncomfortable when his
collar chafes his neck-in a word, as
human and as fallible a John wedded as
single. He is a good son and brother,
yet betrothed Mary has heard him speak
unpatiently to his mother and tartly to
his sister. He will, upon what ho reck
ons as sufficient occasions, be both pert
and petulant with his wife when once
the "i.e v chv" has worn off. Were this
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smoke more than is wholesome for nerves
and nocket. Bills are never presented
to cherubim at most ingeniously ineon
venient times, and seraphim have no
natural but thin skinned conceit that
will not brook wifely criticism.-Marion
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TWENTIETI[ SESSION BEGINS, MOND)AY, SEPTEMBER 3,1888.
S. A. \CUTTLES, A. . is. H. C. At.SBROOK.
The course of instruuction, embracing ten years, is designed to furnish a
liberal education suited to the ordinary vocations of life, or to fit students for
the Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior class of colleges.
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The most approved text boous are used. The blackboard is deemed an
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of each pupil. In all work done, in whatever department, and whatever the
extent of ground covered, our motto shall always be THOROUGnNESS. To this
end, we shall require that every lesson be lear,ied, if not in time for the 'class
recitation, then elsewhere. No real progress can be made so long as the
pupil is allowed to go on from day to day reciting only half-perfect lessons.
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Intermediate Department (2 years' course)............................... 2.50
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and Shelis. Sc., and V
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\ ith many thanks to a generous pub
soliciti ,till their kind support, we at
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IF YOU WANT
MEN'S, LADIES', AND
Marine Stationary and Porta
Mill Machinery, Cotton Pres
boat, Machinists', Engineers'
Rt1?epairs executed with prompiness
East Bay, Cor.
To The People of Clarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
LIDDELL & Co.'s
Engines and Boilers.
I am sole agent in this coun ty for
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
Corn Mills, Pulleys, Shaft
t!.. All this machinery is direct
from the factory and will be sold at
the Factory's Lowest Cash
Prices. It will be to the advantago
of purebasers to call on me before
W. SCOTT HA RVIN,
Manning, S. C.
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