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Title: Harper’s Young People, December 2, 1879 An Illustrated Weekly Author: Various Release Date: March 4, 2009 [EBook #28246] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE, DEC 2, 1879 *** Produced by Annie McGuire [Illustration: HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.] * * * * * VOL.
PRICE FOUR CENTS. Tuesday, December 2, 1879.
Copyright, 1879, by HARPER & BROTHERS.
$1.50 per Year, in Advance. * * * * * [Illustration: FEEDING THE TWINS. A QUEER PAIR OF HOUSEHOLD PETS.] THE TWINS. Young bears have always been great favorites as pets, being playful and affectionate when kindly treated.
They can be trained to perform all kinds of amusing tricks; and their antics when playing together or with children are very laughable.
They have been taught to execute difficult parts in theatrical displays; among other things, to ring bells, pretend to fall dead when shot at, beat the drum, and go through the manual exercise of the soldier with the musket. Wed Apr 05 01:17:11 2017 2 But though playful and harmless when young, they can not be trusted when their teeth and claws are full grown.
Then their good nature can not be counted on; and many instances have occurred in which they have repaid friendly confidence with sudden treachery.
It must be said in their favor, however, that their wildness is often the result of bad treatment or thoughtless teasing.
There is a story in print of a planter in Louisiana who once picked up a young cub that had either been abandoned by its mother, o...


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