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Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1899, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania A -t J j c i jg Si NO 1899 TIOGA PA 81.50 per year If paid to ad- per year Chere arc beauty smiles nt harvest on the j and IB beauty In the is beauty the IB beauty in Uic light that the out of heaven over all the landscape i MMT11- the sun shines on i morning I ca at a r i fe AND V through without their getting their UB we may Jf waters is In the where the is beauty HI the sunSet with beauty past o'er wire to tile The fight kept bq and I fancied that the or rather intuitions served had gathered what men he could me was plainly of Spanish cutting his way out My and there never Vas a tation at u gambler He had used a simile that lokl me he was being a natural gambler another by instinct at a moment of greatest l called general my I dug the noise flaw a army us never a sound of fife nor drum D O r might match en- countered Captain of rain Taking time bx ran the Rifs mammoth P of gunboat ironclads started out the so that v I would like to play against that i impudent what do you V by union at our turned in once on the bare So the falling of the approach of age and the There beauty in the as she garlands eiirth with r No discontinued until all ar- are unless at the option of tbe publisher BUSINESS 1 i MI i m i V I had before me the prospect of a captured soon into a pro found but I kept one t J Bui a than the evor know 9 tlm sunshine mountains in the There in in the rainbow as it gleams above iuf IK in the sculptor's vision frozen into accustomed concealed for use in case J si of tho I and a by more he commanded tlie north to Pennsylvania her armor am iyg ready for Old victory over the bama was of due to the l l JIL refuse to from port to port nnd the last yard grimly Id the s r AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT young officer rode our singling me out from the be- 1 U H Office over Mathers Preserving of the a specialty Ail work to give MERRICK TOUHO AT S in Packer's block 1894 Because n 1 to 3 p 9 is beauty in the artist's rapture on the vas a beauty divine than art can ever tell is caught f on the In the ing the sunshine on the How a golden weh is spun the peaks glisten from the yet pun fc their yet in but their facer so They are of the they are of the Vi will arouse it JOHN Merchant to come i i I am up tti ab as ready-made clothing is Shop over RAILWAY GUIDE New York Central It Bost If TOU flo not Obtain all the you expected from the of writes the doctor It Probably is some with iren- system may Tie easily Ho Army of easily it under pretext of it I him to i be one of those would make f F vH p J great to honor in order to cover tHe and for nf the sake would scern to rob most me if he could win uu ui down at arm's a u n far ahead of cavalry charge at Beverly tho first great saber IIB things in the i i Kunston Both met the heroic souls at the destiny at charged the my with n handful of of ternal union did not in a wound which put him on a leg for the rest of his career I i he would not be accountable to the end of the century wooden lejr ho at the head of j for it My judgment was cor- would witness a of detachments on the LW AM rect A of cards was gates representing some old to and was killed while with the looking soldiers and sailors and the muster of we sat down at a I to equal fifty dollars against the major's army in the the game to be tlie best four games in to win FLEKT AT The -OM in the renter Tith low to cross the enemy's country to ii the main a hero of The f i A R hris had a an meteoric stamp Unknown to career No other Vie than la his brigadier's -in IIH sir left us command on the field of rnn the slir by and oii the n and men HJcniiiNt her 10 2 and an- ordered hist plank of her and oi with to The major won soldiers into a at one bhaw h th eal you are win in ternal AVar the lines of tbe enemy Top v t i to well The cards well for r X m Dfi by J p I I I HUDSON RIVER R Condensed Time in effect June ri I GOING SULTH j i W A M A M T M SUDDEN CHANGES 1 rose bed the next disgruntled Lyons Dundee EUlUnd S 50 4 7 it US 4 7 S 11 lit r XK N fled myself and been her breach of faith the Hue of at bultom y IU 14 H IU a S 8 54 tJ if 35 in ij yo W general I out of the window and plumbing while on my that I might see an enemy coming SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS to that might have no time to ask after my saw only a KEPT or hot air ber of made graves I liad hath etc finished I to the d L J 4 I I I J triven attention All work tent and the general 7 7 Siate Jersey Shore Williams Philadelphia 7 41 7 of aU kinds personal staff seated at breakfast A part of your patronage respectfully solicited 6 50 25 7 1 9 2 9 45 Wellsboro Pa Sept 1 u ou 3 15 lu ai W W MILLER Cashier 4 iu 7 s p M f M A ii To my the ate in no reference garet Beach When breakfast was over Ke ordered Walter to ride to and direct them to get ready to in Two hours I the permission to the ana ut a iu p m Additional train leaves at a ra for ahO all on que Valley except Sunday A M I1 Jersey Wellsboro arr Stokesdale Junction b 4 31 4 P 1 f I Dundee it is the put upon you mere u yuu me some information 1 if not with for theit with Yes Sun a battle n 14 L hi i l JiHi A i as he dealt the I saw him In closius The dors and swept that seventies a of hedged in with rows of infantry placed a knave on the bottom of the men partook of the of a bayonets The bold troopers made a than a The stampeding tho Confederate in- he dexterously turned it for the card It would have been a case of and fo notice the das were to the fant FT and ridin so close to the of the to stir up teries as to pass unharmed under said other than It well have range where the do you know wreath on your cap I ought to United after i ut iu the in the hours that uproar Farnsworth the ride and so into the Bursting two it off his finger and handed it to I rose to go he feeling In his pockets and drawing out ten lar confederate bills must have States t is your commander doing in this is for you to find t t ov that back It s a ex- 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 and against the letter the general use it to two confederate on And I am sure YOU would not use insult intimating such a course I tell I'll stake Tlie of Honor to ed officers privates In by ftf of July those little serpent eyes appalled mastering my and imitating his own cool 1 fast and the pepper ff an invitation a morning repast were HI you showed The a sardonic and assented He laid the letter on the beside it I placed the As be- the games were four major won three straight t playing at corners in the of war had gained the 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 his gallantry with the crimp He be- nre came the toast at theaters and all pa This Bank tn a sells drafts on In vain the tried one road after another AU were roads the confederates were to cap- ture and us we entered last files were but a few to our off to the we lost no i us The was coming and the and evidently made up his was not only trick at cards lie knew how to now I am obliged to to MEDAL OF Tlie O A the I blush at confessing My interest in cards had me to become expert at a different person I assure to be stopped of who took his place at the Jf MtT ahead Foiled natL J the J bead of the and horse he ns this war brins about and to all at on time deposits uy dues to and general to return the and whose the rest of soon a hundred paces man your 1 were from New With H of ent jmd Huth plantation distance we w marked by and nn s his Hank on as literal ne e an a re consistent with safe between himself and his figure a silhouette against n of on tbe horizon The brim of 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- letter overbore the re- arr I w EXPERIENCE setting out VTe were halted on a hillside flapped with the trot of his the skirts his overcoat be perhaps ex- animal was con- changed at that two do not make one I won the fourth game the fifth the'sixth a fourth lead inji over tn our The were all back in the the up his to a few in advance witli a I was on my the ground was in M Auburn N V Sy Fulls 4 ID a in HI at his or lowering it to that sputter peculiar to a- horse trotting- a good road The came the nir WMS and thr Heath makes his 1 I made no the a hand of and court cards that filled my -.1 tune of which war in the west red slopes of etery by the of the who things a of ami attacks led by never surpassed ill the personal displayed The mannered to keep Imt moving the line or the will march at U imt proud out carry the marks of tires us those which at at and n nid world of the -t i Tb n t n sro n nf is SO n is isn Mt ami j upon no L i Its AT Tlie of nf with the of y K by u er- the the I-y t le to about biui the ed In the n bold mice a between always carried cards in my saddle had won a than thick with bright points pot of fractional from ing it ini I glanced at the to of on the lower country light The had n wny nf he rodr up at the at a bright stnr in I had noticed when on one of nnd in a very he rising nnd smiling urbanely up tbe letter and it A rnr nf jit The I States fop snip df having time Thn is devoted to telling runny stories The 1 but tho junior editor of The Woman's Journal tn mv plan of in tion with friends attending the national convention 1 iu and tlie so de- of it unt tin lt bo 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 i ti IL F gt A popular Ely's Cream Balm to tho south look On every a nf to rnt IIR up There of the for the but hero there the Rhond on ns tlie looking for At Wilton rode up nnd in n clump of ou rond and a f down tho mountain niv irr as an I k 1 lir sn rr 1 o as -j f i IM tho him back hi a s hi s t tn Alan with fine of his That if yon won't 1 U Pill him I have u hn was vn inly to him nnd the mayor nf in to torti over the States troops at for n sideration the I it till you in a position and as fur the permit meTto make yon a loan on 11 months after a nf a treaty nf peace the United lie niter with of almost inn led me into m IM r Quirk thought a froni thi idols nf fell i and burst to of battalion of and i of br la with by Sheridan's victorious troopers in MT it in- the last battle of the army at iiii ptc the be of f i- In front of thf f the n V mail ust liU Over his 1 1 of Th no iny tlie match on I it to the A cor- ner had when thaD quickly into tho arid blew out the tin er Army of the arc not in but they valor riot In these bin the old known for ft fart tlie b what their and Hiit veteran can jisk for more Harry did t do in thf li M L i iHil i H iu ill Effort 1 M f M l1 M nr 8.10 IV J P M- M li HMO 1 ft IU We must halt for I riti ns leap to tho from in- for his on V Kor an but if you know a bank tail s yon can have dr for making that the tin IT of the in or L equaled i itself bo provident this if you live near a lake or T of tails for and satisfactory material yon can for i If It should fate to live In n nf the ry cat tails do not f V fall of COLD i 1 12.47 r i f trf RLV Rtw 1 4.11 L A G A R D X E R Q GARDNER They did not thr at or never have dia- ti i i I i the so on Tf ie men arr The rnn tit no J nt one on the science of if danger I can ho in tho handle of the every principle n wnorl beside laid Irom Julius to the he nn In turn into don't Ihnt either of them paid to the from Ii went inlo bivouac of on to 1 i n was so much smoke there must t my Ci n is the soul of He you like to see the I wish vou to sre I if V Rec GCD v o u 4 B T- I f- FI m m m T- w rro nnd men preserve in the hope AVorn i nil i i P K V r M njr tbc companion of Barf ford nt a The out in sharp aq ri then cut rny above I i 1 h n n pile fnr n before I it ia your but the property of prisoners of war U to receive receipt for He wit down nt nnd wrote me a virtue of him the I little of with it When he called the it was doubtless to him to to It this that rnr to TIP a of mv life MH I u T down in IT in Anil tn dr l will what Funs n t a m iuh t t n r-n T nih n Vr i inn nt bnt IP the winter is over and can br 1 Woman's Homo Companion Her nt tirst on board hv a of At ns horo of wbn of by ou ii s of tho hiyi inc thp bv and V V 4 T i of p d P.M to L A mfn Sack of Hint c of down into bed of yonder you No I I never Jt Io me that I hut I waft br he in fl I the for me to read It tras the general's you that sayp anything like if a On Gen staff and don't know ball I n in the he of n She Iti nnd in Rome to rido the of tho hr at o hi I I I this Tipon way of itli nft plain nll If in of her It nnd 1A it 70 until 1 i Train m at K mli Traio T P B B fc IK K i C- A P A- R B T ill Hi His opened tbe letter and held it be- fore my eyes If it was not Into I a of 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