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Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1899, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania A -t J j. c i iiiiffl jg Si NO. 1899. TTTTTff TIOGA PA. 81.50 per year. If paid to ad- 81.OO per year. W- Chere arc beauty smiles nt harvest on the j and IB beauty In the is beauty the hillfl. IB beauty in Uic mOtUed light that the a-beauty out of heaven over all the landscape i MMT11- the sun shines on -tfie i morning. I ca up-lit at a itmif r i fe EDITOB AND V through without their getting 'their..... UB. we may Jf waters is btrautj- In the where the cloudi is beauty HI the sunSet with beauty past eJtpreasion o'er wire JHurried to tile. tfefr-JBttaolc. The fight kept -would bq .and I fancied that the gen- or rather -toy intuitions served had gathered what men he could me. Jierante was plainly of Spanish cutting his way out. My and there never Vas a Span- tation at wqs'uot u gambler. He had used a simile that lokl me he was fnmil- ..being a natural gambler another by instinct. at a moment of greatest l called th.e general. my. -col I dug the noise flaw a phento'm army us never a sound of fife nor drum. itjiJiatJl D O r foruys-ou Ulelr Uolh uiirt Kllet might Un-ir match en- countered Captain Urown of the'fcon-. fftdw'uty rain ArkansaH. Taking time bx Hrown ran the Arkan- Rifs thrwifrliN-two mammoth P of gunboat R- a-nd ironclads wbeu'ho started out the voHsr'I wnij so that v I would like to play against that i impudent what do you V _. _ surrouirded by. union sci- at 'our tnorn'nff turned in once on the bare So the falling bairteHs of the approach of .age and U-ns the There beauty in the as she garlands eiirth with flowetw... r' No advertisement- discontinued until all ar- rearages are unless at the option of tbe publisher. BUSINESS 1 i MI i m i V I had before me the prospect of a south- captured soon into a pro found but I kept one t J JfrA Bui a boauty encliunting than the BCOSQIIB evor know 9 Uijtia tlm sunshine mountains in the morn- There in bwiuly in the rainbow as it gleams above iuf IK ln'oyty in the sculptor's vision frozen into accustomed t6 concealed for use in case J si of tho __ I and oapturcdj a wiitfoti by more mnrthan he commanded fajul -took tlie prixo north to Pennsylvania. rveting her phu.o armor .am iyg hei- ready for Old 'Winslovv's victory over the Ala- bama was of eourse due to the l l JIL IIIHIII tJLis refuse to from port to port nnd frotlUht.' the last yard grimly IMMOJC- Id the figure- s tlog r Mil- AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT. young -confederate officer rode up'to our singling me out from the' be- 1 U H. V- Office over Mathers. store.Wellsboro. Preserving of the a specialty. Ail work war- to give GBO.IY- MERRICK. KOB'T TOUHO. MEHHICK AT. Welleboro. S in Packer's block. 1894. Because IHf- _ tbe-fatfir n ifijts -V 1 to 3 p 9. is beauty in the artist's rapture on the vas a beauty tnore divine than art can ever tell is caught f 1Trom on the jnountains In the morn- ing. 3ht the sunshine on the How a golden weh is spun 3'er the peaks ttiat glisten from' the yet unriseu pun. fc their yet in but their facer briphu Jdfks so snuwy1 They are hiirli priMLs of the they are prophuts of the Uenfer Vi will arouse it healthy.activ- JOHN Merchant to come -shlil i i whiuh I am up tti Jj'ficUH ab as ready-made clothing is ottered- Shop over Agitatw RAILWAY GUIDE. New York Central It rs'freV. 2Tfto Bost Advico If TOU flo not Obtain all the you expected from the of ttxe writes the doctor abuur It. Probably thorc is some with iren- system wliicU 'may Tie easily Ho iliu yauntr -'Hid striiK- of-tliV .Army of ihe easily it under pretext of yuiidttiiif it I hadjudged him to -L- i be one of those mep.who would make f F vH p J great preteTTsfons to honor in order to cover tHe blackVst and for nf the uoMe appparanue' sake would scern to rob most me. if he could win uu ui ti'iuvfi'i down at arm's leuffth a u n far ahead of a.dt'spomte cavalry charge at Beverly tho first great saber HHKBISffl. IIB things in the tasliloii i i Kunston. Both met the fateVof heroic souls. at the destiny at Haperstnwn. charged the -ideti. my with n handful of of fva- ternal union did not dn-am. in a wound which put him on a leg for the rest of his career. TVith'flfc I i lifVM. AKKANSAS. -CAPTAIN he would not be accountable to the end of the century wooden lejr ho at the head of j anvoiic for it. My judgment was cor- niout would witness a raUv of Kilpntriek's detachments on the LW AM rect. A dirty-pack of cards was pro- gates representing some old to Ulcljntoml and .was killed while with the guajrd looking soldiers and sailors and the muster of we sat down at a I to nlp-p chliimn equal to-a fifty dollars against the major's army in the the game to be tlie best four games in scsien to win. FLEKT AT The -OM in the renter Tith low to cross the enemy's country' to ii yJth the main was'Yrnl a hero of The f i. A. R. hris had a mnrvelous. an meteoric stamp. Unknown to career. No other Vie than la he'received his brigadier's -in IIH sir. left us. star.and command on the field of tHj- PiinnK IIIT rnn the fli-ci slir Nt-rnck by T.'l 1O and woiindfd. killvtl Jiiul ivuundpil oii the rif-M. n frnnM and K.OOO men HJcniiiNt tlMM-. rnMit her 10 2' and ..enjlureil fen- an- jtjisyllish ennse' Goner.il ordered Farns- tii-e .'hist plank of .her lm.ll and 'oi 'unLT4sted with to The major won tw.o these'riiimx .soldiers into a. Tra- AtfflWtiffi wiUi deelc. at one sjnsle bhaw. h th eal' -hope you are' pointst forcing- win in ternal -union. AVar militftry li-fe the lines of tbe .enemy Top v t i to Lojirrstroot i-ti well tiiis cessfpn. The cards ranv well .for 2S 'r. X _ii m -J- Dfi. by J. p. Co.1 I I I HUDSON RIVER R. Condensed Time in effect June 1H99. ri I GOING SULTH. j i W 'A. M. A. M. P.'Mv T. M. SUDDEN CHANGES. 1 rose fromjmj- bed the next monjiug- 'disgruntled.' Lyons Jjresdeti........ Himrods......... Dundee....... Waik4ns StatioTl. Xawrenceville. EUlUnd........... Knoxvlile......' Weattielcl.............. UlysaeB.4____........ Junction.- Wellfiboro S 50 4 'l.T 7 -VM it US 4 4n 7 4o U7 S 11 lit r. XK N rather-have fled myself and been sliot-for than_report her breach of faith the Hue of paredtu-do timiinjr. at bultom prices- y IU 14 H IU a ii4 4o S 8 54 tJ if. 35 in ij yo. W 7-U3- general. I -looked out of the window and plumbing while pljtting on my ciothcSl VishJT that I might see an enemy coming SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS to OCCUP-V that ire_ might have no time to ask after my saw only a mim- KEPT COXSTAXTLY-ON HAXD. -lieat or hot air ber of rtewly made graves. I liad hath ro'.ms. etc finished flressinff I to the mess- d L J-- _-L J. J--1- L_ 4 I I I _ J triven rrcaupt attention. All work tent and fotnfd the general 4i 7 7 5-5 Siate Jersey Shore............. Williams port........----- Philadelphia 7 41 7 5U Eepairine of aU kinds on-fihort personal staff seated at breakfast. A part of your patronage respectfully solicited. 6 50 25 7 1 OSJ.1.801 9 2 9 45 Wellsboro. Pa.. Sept. 1 u ou 3 15 lu ai W- W. W. MILLER. Cashier 4 iu 7 s p. M. f. M. A. M-'r. ii To my the geiieral ate in silencer-ma king- no reference to'Mar- garet Beach. When breakfast was over Ke ordered Walter to ride to ftv -eSeers and direct them to get ready to in Two hours. I the general's- permission to -with the ana ti.6u arnviujf ut n.-io a. iu. p. m. Additional train leaves rnrnintf at Oi'JO a. ra. for Lawrenueviile ahO all on Cowttnot- que Valley except Sunday. A. M. I1. Williameport Jersey bbore -frhrte Htm. Wellsboro arr...... Stokesdale Junction. b 4U 4 '31 4 j- -_ P Lawrenceytlltv 1 f I Dundee it is the Jonune.of put upon you. mere u yuu -favor me some information 1 if not incunsisterit with for theit Cemeter with Yes. Sun .Ttinn a battle uritho'ut n. 14 L hi i l JiHi A i _. _ _ as he dealt the I saw him In ttte closius The dors and swept wit'h' that seventies a of hedged in with rows of infantry placed a knave on the bottom of the men partook of the rharTicter.. of a bayonets. The bold troopers made a than a festivMl. The stampeding tho Confederate in- he dexterously turned it for the .trtiinp card. It would have been a case of and fo notice the das were r-lose to the fant FT and ridin so close to the bat- of the to stir up ineinories teries as to pass unharmed under said other than It mifrht well have range where the jrimsfbore. do you know wreath on your cap. I ought to United States-wnUorin after lack-.t-r in.- i. ut iu the iield. in. the hours that uproar Farnsworth the ride and so pti'uck tleepor into the ene- Bursting thVoujfh two it off his finger and handed it to I rose to go. he feeling In. his pockets and drawing out -two' ten dol- lar confederate bills. must have States t is your commander doing in this is for you to find t t. ov that rmff back. It s a AVitHout changing- ex- z_ cept .a wickeder gleam of his he drew a it at your breakfast morn r sufficiently I was familiar with this mode of extracting as I had seen _ to the rinff and the-bill against the letter the general use it to ag-ainst two confederate on oompuision. And I am sure YOU would not use compul- insult bv- intimating such a course. 'I tell Ifll I'll stake Tlie t'nlted Stnten of Honor to oilloerH. ed officers -find privates In InHti- tnted by nctK ftf of 'July those little serpent eyes appalled but11 mastering my and imitating his own cool 1 break- fast nrst and the pepper ff an invitation -to a morning repast were _. HI Ml-.-ll you showed The nfajor a sardonic Mephis- tophelean and assented. He laid the letter on the beside it I placed ihe the -bill. As be- the games .were four TtLe major won three straight t playing at corners in the of war. had gained the verVroart bv which He lowered his act of I in f he fell dead full stretched on the ground. iu .his body. The its meteoric hero ID front of Richmond in a u d boy of t'ho his gallantry with the crimp. He be- nre came the toast at theaters and all pa This Bank tn a htrafc sells drafts on In vain the g-eneral tried one road after another. AU were guardtd. advancdnjr roads. the confederates were marchinfr to cap- ture and us we entered last files were but a few humlr to our off to the we lost no i _ us. The nigh't was coming and the and evidently made up his was not th'e only trick at cards lie knew how to practice- now I am obliged to own- to MEDAL OF Tlie O. A. the palliating1 I blush at confessing. My interest in cards had me to become expert at -The a different person. I assure to be stopped bvtbesound of who took his place at the Jf. MtT ahead Foiled natL J here- the J bead of the and xvhose horse he ns this war brins about. and prutnnT to all busineRS at IOWPFT Intrrefst prtid on time deposits. j- tickew uy ttrst-class dues to and general to return the and whose the rest of soon placpff a hundred paces man. your sintl 1 were from New With H of ent jmd 3'oHfl irrowih -ot Huth plantation. distance we -vvdre p-reatl w prud- marked by and O-IVP nn nrilpr'ftir s hofore his Hank ikiw lnj-iinew on as literal ne e an oruer a rcsi I'Ciore re consistent with safe between himself and his figure a silhouette against n of on tbe horizon. The brim of VI- classmat'PB at West served at the same I said to myself. in -5 r must say except for innocent no use Igr them. I must noTT confess to one exception. My dewre to get possession of the in- criminating1 .letter overbore the re- wv.- Perm-Van arr. I w. EXPERIENCE setting out. VTe were halted on a hillside P-e- h'13 flapped with the trot of his the skirts his overcoat be _trealed perhaps ex- wliile animal was con- changed at _ that two wrong's do not make one rig-In. I won the fourth game .the fifth the'sixth a fourth lead inji over tn our rertr. The were all back in the the p-eneral tmuallv throwing- up his ht-ad to a few rrxls in advance witli a ilchl I .was lyinjf on my KtonKirh CJTI the ground was in M. Auburn. N. V Sy Fulls. 4 ID a. in. HI at his or lowering it to pivc that sputter peculiar to a- horse trotting- along- a good road. The stnrs came the nir WMS and thr Heath makes his Morg-antown's 1 I made no the Hcaoh jdnntation a hand of and court cards that filled my oppon- -.1 tune of batik- .which war in the west. red slopes of Marye's beiLihts. etery 'vvriv rhai'irtMl. nnder or- by the hiT'ttV- of the who things a niatifr of ami Tin- t'nnnnis attacks led by Nfipcdeon never surpassed ill the personal '-nurnce displayed. The ront'ederatcy sdmelmw mannered to keep ihe Imt wavt- moving alonp the lirin.ir line IHMP ihe Imnd or the vereni'iF.whn will march at Philad-'lpliia. cmitcut. U' imt proud. out carry the marks of tires us lierec those which raLred at Ilonnliiio arrti at Saduwa. and n. nid world of the c.'Dtury. -t i Tb n t n sro n nf BoStnll is SO n is isn .Mt ami jourual- j upon liavinir no L i frit-ers. Its GEXKiiAL J.VTLK AT Tlie of dl-elvlon nf ekunifi-HU'n. with the of y K by u er- elrninic roiiuinu the the crnteM. I-y t le ndil to about biui the quot- ed In the teiU killrd n volley- bold mice. a between always carried cards in my saddle vuioch. had won a than -usually thick with bright points pot of fractional currency.and wnsrak- varying1 from ing it ini wlieir I glanced at the Sit-ins to Uie-Jaintest plimmrr of inlont on the lower country light. The pcneral had n wny nf lonk- he rodr. up at the licni'-ns. nflt'ii at a bright stnr in tl'.c AIpha I had noticed when on one of uijrht fornvs nnd in a very britrht he rising nnd smiling urbanely. MPfhank up tbe letter and stufTed it A rnr nf jit The I niT'-d States fop th'1 .snip df having time. Thn is devoted to telling runny stories. The 1 't'litJibuti liil iHTto lieell aihdiiir woiD'-n's f-luhs. but tho junior editor of The Woman's Journal. hapfw'iied tn mv thi1 plan of Teiitagon in conversa- tion with friends attending the tvcent national wnniau suffracre convention 1 iu iJrand and tlie iJea so de- of it wmilTl unt tin lt bo triotlf1 frntlTnrniirs. Jarksnti pnnrd iiim mi ami if could semi him more IVLrrnnis was t they Imm se nf startin u eali witli on in her ont ronnccTions lit anri Auburn UT with PhllHdvU.hja i ti. IL Braucb C25 F gt. A popular Kotile Ely's Cream Balm to tho south. look On every roorl a nf comJnp to rnt IIR up. There of the be'sern for the but hero there the Rhond on iThclr acrniitrrnirntsaml ns tlie looking for At tjiat mgmcnt Wilton Snafflr rode up nnd in bohiml n clump of undprbrush. ou rond. and a f down tho mountain irorn niv irr as an I k hnvn 1 lir sn rr 1 o t-ast as -j f i IM tho him back hi a s hi s t tn roTm'Tnhor Alan with fine of his vfMi mirul ink- That if yon won't 1 U Pill _ him I have gnrofully u hn was vn inly to rntrh him. liorsc nrarlv nnd scTvcd the Irttrr wrotf mayor nf in Mnrrh. T.it arrrptirtfe to torti over the I'nited States troops at for n mn- sideration. the I 4fKeep it till you an.- in a position and as fur the permit meTto make yon a loan on 11 months after a nf a treaty nf peace betvvron the United PfatesanH Confrdprate lie deolined niter with wetl- nssnmt'd rxpresmnn of almost inn. Tin1 jjuanl led me into m IM r Quirk thought 4ook a inalcfi froni tinip. thi' rt'lJIlirv tin- idols nf IIIUHIUI fell' i and ridrrs burst likr to tin- lu-ad of battalion of and i iht- horiziMi of 'W'lH'li tfic-fc about-to br nvorn'ni la vinir with by Sheridan's victorious troopers in MT rtliiirb. it wjis in- the 'last battle of the army at iiii ptc italdf lliat the be haili-d of f i- In front of thf f the n iillfliws V mail ust liU.' ucv Over his d-'iid 1 '1 of Th no iny tlie match on I -appfiod it to the jiaprr. A cor- ner had when Ik-rante cnmc thaD. tliat quickly into tho arid blew out the Siiii.ii tin er Army ih.- d.....Is of the tvai arc not in but they sliow valor ii- riot In these bin the old known for ft fart UmL tlie b _ ___ __ what their wnti. and Hiit veteran can jisk for .more Colonrl Harry did lirid t do in thf 'li Ilu- M L i iHil I'l i H iu ill AAltttOAD Effort .1 M. f. M. l1. M. fcjav nr 8.10... IV J A.M. P. M- M li HMO 1 1.0- ft IU We must halt for fr'unston'n I riti ns leap to tho from thnn in- liill. for his on V rioofl Kor 'oailiors an but if you know a bank tail s yon can have dr for the'tn'-re making. that the tin IT of the in Julv or Au- L equaled 1'J- i itself. S'i bo provident this if you live near a lake or T of tails for and satisfactory material yon can for i If It should r-iiT fate to live In n serUon nf the ry u'licfe cat tails do not prowt jiubstitnie tin- silk'fruni milkwecU f V KmlMT tin1 fall of COLD i 1 -r- 12.47 r i 'f trf niHl RLV HiiuTn Rtw. 1 4.11 L. A G A R D X E R. Q. GARDNER They did not RCO thr RtnfT enpaprd at or never have dia- ti i i I i bill the FmeraJ so on Tf ie men arr fnst llxatVnn scxin heariTig. The ronrral rnn tit no J wiw -road liiiii nt frtnrr one on 'the science of urtfl dnrame if srrntinc danger nrnnuply fiugxr I can frtnl ho CTCW-docs in tho handle of sud- the inUex. every principle dmly roniinc n tnirk wnorl beside laid dou-h Irom Julius tJicsar to NB- the he nn ordrr In turn into don't Ihnt either of iitiV them paid Tnuch nttentioti to the from Ii. went inlo bivouac. thoritieK of thfir dnv. Waitn on to .1. i ___ ithotat n nowTt was so much smoke there must smnc t. 1-mnintaincfl my Ci n -Heath is the soul of He Rrnilctl kncVrHnply- you like to see the I wish vou to sre I if V Rec GCD. Urnth ntrain. thflt v o u 4 ff----'--- B T- I f- FI _ _ m_ _ _ m m _ m. VtlillVOK T- Crnud w rro pnstod. nnd tlio men or- preserve in the hope AVorn i nil i i .iA- P. K. V. r. M njr tbc foliowinir companion of Barf ford. '1- nt a The rnfip out in thfr Rftnic sharp X-ey aq ri rifle-ball thrt jnst then cut rny twjir above ftftr I i 1 h n iiiji M-ii rinr n fliKi pile fnr n before I hnc3 it ia your but the property of prisoners of war U utrcl to receive ntul receipt for He wit down nt nnd wrote me a fftxl virtue of hnnrlrd him the I little TTopo of ntvnr with it. When he hnti called the plinrcl hnck it was doubtless to tnstrart him to rnPke n- ptvt-e.xt to It tvnfi this that rnr to ntternpt TIP rlcFtrurlion. a monient of mv life MH I u k.H T. down in iituilly tlnnl IT in Anil njrs tn dr. l tli'-y will lujrst what Funs' n thr.t t MnnilM. a m iuh t 1m t n r-n T nih Lvtlf. ivli.i. nini'l n Vr i uliich inn nt. bnt IP the' winter is over and can br ..s.j 1. _ Woman's Homo Companion. Her Olff. to- f-T rhildn-n JnVt Inunrhrd nt Tj-rv thnn tirst rrlh on board ndtnvtM1. hv a porintr of rirls. At tin- Inunrhlnc. ns horo of slnirr. -ArmUt'On-1. wbn th- of rvkrtt'p by If.i ou nrriri ii s of tho hiyi. inc thp flntrn bv tlu- and V V 4 T. i of p. A.M. d 2-OOi 7-art Forlc J'ct P.M to L. A.OARDSKR A mfn Sack of Hint c of down into bed of yonder you fblkiw. No I I never Jt Io me that I hnrl hut I waft ftwafepnerl br ronreivahlc nniw 1hnt he hc-nrd in fl fipht. I the. for me to read. It tras the general's peculiaribold hnnd. you kncrw that sayp anything like if a jcplpndirl On Gen. staff and don't know hand- ball I isnw n 'Hp-ijre cinnrlinp in the frnnt he Qfnirp of n wcimnn. 'She finrrjiTip Iti. nnd in Rome pnr- to rido nrourni the fl.'ink of tho dcrntfs nhriicvcr hr at CotlrFlnirc. o hi I I I this Tipon. brincinc ArrhJMead's way of rhnnre. itli nft plain frollt nll t.hp If lif- in evorv 15nr of her It detmrtp nothinc nnd 1A it 70 until 1 i'- i Train m Uetttrninfr at ftSO. K mli Traio T. P. B. B fc. IK. K. i JtioctJon C- A P. A- R. T7nkm B. T ill Hi His opened tbe letter and held it be- fore my eyes. If it was not Into I a pli.mppc of tho ernJ ftlready in the Kflddle riding ftmonp otir men. InsplTlng'thetr. with pwm- flftfl gathering thrm together in It's to haul a big load up J big hilljl wbeeU witli MICA Axto fin lit Two oiBcc.m the tMclcfri b the the general the ca.nte the bent.formation tcrs the tinted made ft Walter WBS trtlh stick- bound for tty horws fo ft lip- there waR no opportunity tb ft Muff I wtlntinp. while I separated frotn them hy prcpocfUon 1o turo over a commaTtd for could not read in nay life hnt-c t had oceaitfon to ratich effort in marking toy MaJ. Co.JEt0ukft.Mid Ma4-.il of own men to fcfllow into the of go to Ton to try- to get Into Tine. T fioithed but then ft troop of firing their In A derive pointed teeth i w to j.lia not whnt in the of hrflven ttrc you surpriwc vl nt mf- stnrt- csl onv Kicippitfl npnin. Tnst quick nt'niv thoiiipht wri's mail' sufi'tcif-T'il tv Tns i i P wntchitijj to permit pntworJ on Captain of the Soroml Mirhipnn. without n word ftmJ rnterwl thr rwm ----_. 1 had left fit RtaMti. ont hte wnr ftt ftflbpr -it tlio Vnrfinoe that of find on-1 of an hour Bailors were n rhnnre fo fnr nR ho couJ'l. of crimmnml. At Sheridan f-hnnrfl with his mnin linf. po inlo tho find UK- McrrJ- 4 and tho onomr nnd rnn from the mac. ill llvo Klnff At in MnruhorlUi nf It-ilr Is pas- of fpnO of nnd wonrw It thflTi nT'.vihinK One dnr f-hf T f of nfckrd UK- klne if thmiclit fthe to whltf drfsscs. Thf fcins n-pllfd ihnt h'o would like1 think tho innttf-r In to Alder's fierfp mt-ick in the Oonfed- depend ft emte so himself Hnt the In hla memoirs ami -the and Kllet were for frfqtjrnry of of of irhlrh vs-nn for him ft tcnp monts. and 03od from 1lio the Volunteer tire and thrir Ctifth- Inp In person torpfnlo thft tninpwlo 'fttid el- all the time within from JSO TJ 6t e f rmii her royft 1 thnt hip Vinstror 1n tbf contained be fownd Tho box three white biii H tn There T 1 i ni ii i ii UBIIII ii.......... ordera about ball go ftcmth with the U from Ihe-Terak Hotieer- the was the nde exploits of to of tlic .ram he of Headache. 1 jf W.. thrmiph his one Kill n rrf 1-maked f -Win yon of of Aa I wa Jackson fanfry number of tiulAUf Of of the cut
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