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Title: Harper’s Young People, April 6, 1880 An Illustrated Weekly Author: Various Release Date: May 12, 2009 [EBook #28777] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE, APR 6, 1880 *** Produced by Annie McGuire [Illustration: HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.] * * * * * VOL.
PRICE FOUR CENTS. Tuesday, April 6, 1880.
Copyright, 1880, by HARPER & BROTHERS.
$1.50 per Year, in Advance. * * * * * [Illustration: JIM AND CHARLEY IN THE WOODS.] A RABBIT DAY. BY W.
STODDARD. -Jim,- said Charley, -has that dog of yours gone crazy?- -Old Nap? No.
Why? What’s the matter with him?- -Just look at the way he’s diving in and out among the trees.
He’ll run full split right against one first thing he knows.- -No, he won’t.
He’s after rabbits.
We’re ’most to the swamp now, and Nap Wed Apr 05 01:16:40 2017 2 knows what we’ve come for as well as we do.- There was no mistake but what he was a wonderfully busy dog just then. It looked as if he was trying to be all around, everywhere, at the same time; and every few moments he would give expression to his excitement in a short sharp yelp. -He means to tell us he’ll stir one out in a minute,- said Jim.
-It’s a prime rabbit day.- -Are there more rabbits some days than there are others?- -Easier to get ’em.
You see, there came a thaw, and the old snow got settled down, and a good hard crust froze on top of it; then there was a little snow last night, and the rabbits’ll leave their tracks in that when they come ou...

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