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Digital Library @ Villanova University
Northern Illinois University
v. 5 no. 120
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Good News, v. 5, no. 120, August 20, 1892 (Issue)
August 20, 1892
During the dry season of 1872 I was spending a few weeks at the little town of Amherst, on the coast of the Gulf of Martaban, at the mouth of the Salwan River.
When the men entered the copse they found both Harbish and me under the dead tiger, and had dragged us out, as they supposed, dead, too, and indeed I doubt if any two rash hunters ever bearded the tiger in his den as recklessly as we did and lived to tell about it.