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   Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1890, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                                V. J .J. 1 L TIOGA MAY 1800. NO. XVI. of them l.bwl I frit awed OA I at tbe rouM tvtn JOCKO'S LITTLE it on ISSING rrf M rrubbtiw LITTLE COLO DOLLARS. Trvttf Dun'l ulat OF lutvly WH 1ft of H of Bill- of COUNTY. PA. ft in lail u Now I cwild of all Uiat yvu with I HI rial for hot dtwovtrv ht-r Itr-autifut hair torn off winga rtwcued or dlo CTiO at the reside ii Feny annfl if conage it Thf W' rtlnJ Month aclLiady nml him s I at rcnr. Hut itnrt- line for ness not .ceuta. dress as well as ehe was ti IH to yearly advcr- l tmtfl at th6 option -of rcarastisurc witft i Ml U y ur Uiil gold be SL. Bended.11 Nearly all the.gold dollars- in I ence kave been turned into articles ol otttie in- jewelry or are in private desks or JLecumsen-' compared reausjto e kept ai keepsakes. This able-.'- As gho did by degrees I drevr tin- nutster 1 her'story from her.'--. It seemed that on the previous after- AKDS. sound of driving' tacla' la tliouithtbe house is j4aci the oiiien are tbat harbinger of He looks for papery lioofcs -and that all trere there before. went out visit her father's She wished to sonie on grave far that terrfr fcly fatal when taken in tirae-and giTcn a fair BuValso for forma of and Scaltr DiseascA as White Swellings. Fever I And sigbs to find them oti the .desk or in the I it for as drawer no T Office in Cameron JMW Tetter. _ cles. Erysipelas and..kindred AU crusty. trauWcsame' eruptions readily to Itacurative powers. It invif- oratea'the blood and pro- motes all the bodily fuactiona. It is the onjy not she JSne eastern tailoring-at fair ff blood and farur sold Jby gistg. under a potftlTre goamn' will do aU.that ft is recommended to. paid JF morrow she They passed the .sonw fibbers from the -orange trees sind the little Jaict'-tlifTn grave as we eiikrantced in every cftfie. fiance in lier ey et h L_ So holds hfe tongue aid iS tea. K. I f _ of f of Plain away t' h' J.. r dona. L _ _ Gmr flfcat and GEO. W. n all dfflk' Opposite the Coles oods J6e could tow the fear and gflghg the ner m holding H about was .brought e I ti d 1 toofc-Henti hand -and it. She actually kind of bead LUpon'iny I made v J wanted foo5 and on I to tell was. the and began to make. 6omepf'the broth that she used to cook very did nbi feeein have forgotten all about it. At irate the broth was not rior I could drifiktnuch of Friehtand- flSvayi r _ tr-' qxucit sa'w her biff 'knife-which was d Irnsw it was tha onelw thai imr H 1 apd with H of the waseo _. L t -f. _. ..-v lib tnrt i belie ve t hat the baboons are almost w i 11 -n -i' r tOoruggled but it was of no TJSO _ _ t_ wf' leiCKrapbic s centuries ous race of people that 'built the huge mounds of earth .that are met witH everywhere-iu the Atlantic coast gold dollar as 'a -medium rt bf exchange has beep by its' em- Bmiai sizej being so diminutive that 1-fee totwm- -cbfitmuiOlv -idiriiwd leaL it throuh the seams -of the ockefe March tTnited authorJzeii by. r had parsed to .his restlong cenLaries-before came the home of modern-Ted Lathe ths received a cpld shoulder its inconvenient size. their great 6 ordMCd to iKhTier.iand consequently J ana WKW fi Df all the men. of i TinWh into VSLuJUaky AiUV'.cx illf j nAirfl.P-nfl.TYJTlPQ Phfi 1 n trpm wholly i OR JM3Vtf.-H-- V1V had written '-H message the L r -1 j.-iri i f 'C--' thefiTorite 4 hTaitit buiit in f he b OS. V FV ji _'- tj HP w 111 n c LJ 11 to ii one sixty-three millionaires- territory between JDobb'a a distance i hio 'ii.irlv .if hii'i Uo tho eyes ami Bulpbnroiis big -cage h-tc The Japanese government has coined I top of the monkey's ouo da.i. worth ofnrckcl five-cent j monkey had synipg Ius The people like and -the coinage will be continued. The government of Cpre'a has bought a pose. of. getting out more-gold. for about a washings already-produce the monkey got his tail loose by- blequantity. I.tho iiulliug It loose. There near ca-okatoo spit out a A f u' J j__ i i _ T_ '_ i t it rested against the l it and pulled Sfc m with his sharp r- the foundation walls of can and in MdicuUijg jn thelpcalitirmpnkersaid nothing but .sucked the -v- j.. i _ i v _- -v7-.- ecrDBri I j i _ T-.-V. theicu gathered of 160 -f _-wJLJ I j F TOr little contyta eJT i'.- L r .-JT w f H s x cafe tl certain disease TO a u can DT nonr. u j the1 He never Mred of L -i m h'' V _ LH- 'I n 4. T i i i I ii 2 ii i' j s- _ 'f I'-- ..f fi Jw I Imi of H j borne J -of as I Godl .1- i J 830 40 50 AT 415 ilia flung her septne4 .in 1 L' b- I -1- forgotten n. L l K -T- ___ her. tp I andbliofeeiier' lest Ishotildadd to ABOUT THE went on Jier _ J _ b j_ _ but she or tow to t-ouctt eliliw tne _ ta _ 4. 1J J 1 r 1 Jl. has the rt WJ2ELSBKO l 215 1150 1157 that OB. can now. 5 35 J willbetere a in I tire Coast a r settisg-forth his the He v irmdei th1nV tne Streak ddefi transmittfedrfrom one 1 1 h-- t 'Th -L 4.'.- arei -mm 'M- _ to one remarkable into laiio arScles of Jrbbf.gold L F L I u L A I J j _ L Bdthe of eartli were the unds great irijiiiy XXf Jflni 12 CeoarKua Jersey Shore oe IfTcnfc 91 worth or wCulh you can get oJ me at andI wacmut the safe ar- t _V ___ rivAl of lateV 345 900..... foronytbing fritboot JWrectaH 'inclosed the -with the r TTpndrika .'dragged -W J 'r _ bat thjin the i the pole is poldex it 'is nol always the fact that warmest flow- water is 6-r-S -I fc I 3 10 -i stnps of of 'which she had a wound waa ouibelves put in a tlwbaboohs easily a knob of. rpck.to the trimlrof ths tree on rf- The mere-presence of waiin water does not necessarUy-show .that1 a i. T ir 2 03i 3 Knoiniie fii 8 ts7 7 Ccra-snesqae -12 8 15 10 53 SSlill U S 6 ST Potter Brook 8 SMI S3 1 19i 3 II' 0 Elmer 11 40 c .1 3 Ooi 'J 15.45i 8 55 KJK CKAXCH.-A-Itrain.leaves Bflrtl I T T T T T f j kruiuui iuc lit HoO I Arrives at at p. m- HcturriiDgw It leaves T- at. SonicrvUie at flU'-i L FT for be able to ten us where away. For of Crevasse. holding tbc. end '.ot is a change in cur ci Stella krff an Honr TTO ooarohed and eca. scanning the walla of rock for any pos- to cave. In could find none. I applied to oldlndaba- but his foresight at fault t AU tould eaj wnsthat tttid Wiss the tmd that tho -n-as Hidden in bafc-where-tfao to the top-of the amphitheatre. There from the tree to her U. fscendm- that bethnght her of letting fdr Iier faint hope that some searcher miht Br thlstimaHrTidrilm tv era balxxuitt- vibratory as Videnccd by own anchorage olf Cape and R.S Rebecca Fla. Anchor- ed on the northern edge of the riding to the wind with gen- tic cnrrentj the latter- would suddenly beaamu itronir swinff until but n o v.-hich clostcre-'l denlr if JVT. nprt i j nu is stern to to .remain timet aud then the current oaki-rlhe wind would mi'F. I ia.LJhe nes fa'ut- 'nonhc rohi rifc- upoi. the Signal 1 a. the next' miles V be camevircraftirine J -L dreds of miles m either direction. .This telegraphic by the moHnd-buHders is greatest wonder of the Wes the borses wereMa apdf and -the who sSt a -tuugH board beneath Nor -is r was as i _tho fertilp of iho J unkempt thejr forests haTe grown so that between many of the stations the line of per out tne mounos ana earcn- tSe works are there-to-sliowTforthemselveSj j far is asked Tis he came opposite me. vAbout five miles. ration Islcut the Ime is out of J is the I get -there sert and'believe.that the -thousands of. mounds in line from. XJhicagq to Mexico City beyond a doubi j the sky seemed on signal stations in the first andr 4 the baick of the north -wind that -jjlew fiercely over the I'll go thougu.V_he ejacu- lated after havinjr considered a mo- am afraid Without The clouds were skimming across telegraph system. A 3Iodern-Romance of the East. A Greek merchant ol Alexandria in ment. Then he alighted from the and commenced fmng.a broken strap i f at.lc to pcrsounlly to his irlcnt for- his nt in C to 1 -.t from the wagon box. Where are bound iosed his escape _ j a' ri J _L b I _ __ j of ino'ta tienhl the i_' b served follw of food of .Baris henceforth tomeSt cases t. A nian -died -re- It wasextr convened ground that 'only living people were received. When transported to the morgue the also the morgue The present archbishop of wh'c nsed-tpbeaa ardent -ontfe betook himself for a few Bays to a -YorVshife village which boasted agopd Qt- and put up 'at a 'clean bu' r esfe hotel. His grace on his orriva. informed the landlord whtf he on leaving wrote a check for bis and handed ilto- his host. The land also at they ill fte i t. fcow I and Tlift fully wbmd that v the ivith the and coarse 5f thft prospective wished to make himsell _. f with .the 'gang.U might Well for i _ jm JB a lew -J rjejiboirfnis perspn. you .know I iam siorry to _hear K L. J ___f_ _ that they are -liable -to t. driob to which I myself have never done. In fact the Total... Abstinence sbclety at dear old m- .'-1 T n tinued the reporter thoughtfully. repeated iheKerr lander with some surprise. I shall take no gun. In I expect to do'no asked what name is answered his grace- .said tbi Jandlonl as he pocketed the I mean a resamed porter in an- apologetic carry-revolvers- 4 tt I had sui 0 voting man. habit of into general -ct is fnJ1 'ti pro 'o i C. -close conn before us v-rr-ri wall the T to Smith county he as he -iong of tho Vofor ie TOU prtidvou were the arch bi VXKTI6RX. V. C. H It. h a to the lor -i pornt In Beading. I P.iK. K. port and GARDNERS I M E t pirkU fctv TM on A pith J in n Wk np Shell and Tut and Clains 1 kuow. i ll T f T THK mikkr If for niftit mart 4k Mil u vtik to A gWO W t B r ''V w rxm   

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