Looking Back: Nov. 14, 2012
125 YEARS AGO
November 19, 1887
A glib-tongue sharper was on the street last Wednesday selling jewelry. After about two hours, the sharper had exchanged a lot of brass chains and worthless watches for about $100 of the crowd’s money. Those who were bitten have gained something in experience; the fellow was a most practical teacher.
A couple of dogs got at George Hinkle’s flock of sheep, killing two and mangling several others. The damage was appraised at $9, which will be paid out of the town dog-tax fund.
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