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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 September 1899

1 FULTON COUNTY NEWS. OVER-EDUCATION. EVE OF A FARMER'S LIFE. LIST OF JURORS. THE DUNKARDS. a k'heir Peculiar Habits and Customs A Society That Has For Its Aim j. the Bettering of Mankind. I The religious sect known as largo number of whom are en- Ogod in agricultural pursuits in jancaster, Lebanon, Franklin, Cumberland, Dauphin, York and other counties of the State, and who, like tho Quakers, are known to be tho most conscientious, jieacoably inclined and order lov ing people of the counties in which they reside, are quite nu merous in Lancaster county. The : following account of their habits, religious customs, manners and j daily habits will be read with in- ierest: Dunkards do not swear, they j affirm. Thoy do not go to law I wlt'i ecch other, for after (Matt. xviiith) the case comes before the ' church and a decision is given by ( the members in council that is based on ecclesiastical law no , pourt will set it aside. Being j pa-combatants, they aro not ;,?ound in tights or wra...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 September 1899

FARM AND GARDEN. lrinrln l'tnillr? For Market. Dressed fun In should always look nice and plump aud should be packed in nice cleanlinen. Plumpness ap peals to the appetite and neatness in spires confidence, both being points worth looking after to buildup a first class dressed poultry trade. Virtue of Huttermllk. The growing practice of utilizing the waste products of all mairufao tures ban brought out the fact that buttermilk possessos many unsuspect ed qualities. A medical paper says its reputation as an agent of superior digestibility has beootne firmly estab lished. It is, indeed, 'a true milk pop tone that is, milk already partially digested, the coagulation of the coagulated portion being loose and tlaky and not of that firm, iudigesti lile nature which is the result of the action of the gastrio juice upon, sweet oot,V milk. It is of great value in tue treatment of typhoid fever, and, lieing u decided laxative, it may be turned to advantage in the treatment of habitual constip...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 September 1899

n rnrtjf -afr la IUood Dep. ,,HV il-od fcvpni ft clean skin. No Fvimmit it. Casearet, Candy tethar- 1,1 n vour blood and keep it clean, by ' tir i tie laty liver and driving all im i',13 f i -u the body. Uegm to-day to i,,l j)ii;i, boilf, blotches, blackheads. 'tat. tn klv biliotia complexion by taking "tret a Iicnuty for ten cent. All drug (Vlatutaction guaranteed, 10c,26e,50c. a't i-...,,.. v-....tA win anTMA Hi the H-potflii Op-irit llnuso. New inrS, In No tttr fur ttie llrst timo lu 15 yearn. ' 'r l more CaUiri-'.i In this aor-tlon of the Il'iri- thm all nth nr rti -eases put together, tlt.il t!i'lt few (irWM siipisjseil to b- 'llf. nr a arvent many years doctors llnni-e'l iralnoal iIIkci and jiresnrlbed i ifiii'ilie, ninl bv ronsf-antly Tallin til 1 lth Im-iu treatment, iironnunretl It lu. Tf-r. S"i'-ni'e lins nriivn etatiirrh to be a ( tnt'niinl disease and therefore requires le: tuK.M.nl feaiment. HMl'a OaUrrh Cure, ojfa l.tn-.-d hy F. .1. Cheney Co., Toledo, i,1k thp nnlf cn...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 September 1899

4 1 FARM AND GARDEN. wrr wtt or wtowr - I'mparlnc Von I try Tnr Market. Dressed fowls should Always look tiiee aud plump and should be packed ia nice cleanlinen. Plumpness iip jioaIs to the appetite and neatness in pirea confidence, both being points rortu looking after to buildup a first class dressed poultry trade. Ylrlne or Buttermilk. The growiug practice of utilizing the want products of all wairufao lures bss brought out the fact that buttermilk possesses many unsuspeot d qualities. A medical paper says its reputation as au agent of superior digestibility has become firmly estab lished. It is, indeeda true milk pep lone that is, milk already partially digested, the ooagnlatioj of the nagulated portion being loose and flaky and not of that firm, indigesti Me a are which is the result of the action of the gastric juice upon sweet mows' milk. It is of great value in the treatment of typhoid fever, and, being decided laxative, it may be turned to advantage in the treatment of habi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 September 1899

"Mr, f,J. itifr fa tllood Deep. !),-1 "d Hno a clean skin. K n'tMi v t ur blood snd keep it clean, by Tfc ii ;i 'tie Uty liver sod driving all im f"o the body. Begin today to diii '" boils, blotches, blackheada, it au kly bilious complexion by takinf oriftK.- beauty (or ten rent. All drug C JUuactioD guaranteed, 10c, 26c, 50c. Fonir Nevada will apponf l tho 'l pi!!tHi) lip ira llotmiv New V iirS, lu No II). r rr the Hrsl time In IS yenre. ' f i more VmtnrvU (n t.hi mir-tlon of ths O'fy Him, a!! pther di eaea put bHfetlier, pttl tlif I ant few ycir waa fttin08id to bo b. Knr n Brent many year doctor atmirrd It a lorM diHeaae and fireaprfbed ,.i Vnidi(--f nnd bv i:onantly fnllltitf to flth lo'-il treatment pronounced it lu SfieiicM lina jrvn eatirrli to he a ip.tutinni divaae and therefore requires tntlmri! tri'aiment. Hrtll'a (Catarrh ('ure, Otfnc I ni -'d by r. -I. Clieney A Co., Toledo, the Tilv rnn.Utiitlnnal t-uru on the i i taken Internally iu doaea from i, cm to (i t-aiKHMif ul...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 September 1899

FARM AND GARDEN. j fll )H l 1 CX X t I'Mparlng Pniitlrr Pnr Mnrkrl. Diessed fowls should nlwnys look nice ami plump aud should be packed in nice clenilinen. Plumpness np jieAl to the appetite and neatness in wpires conBdnuce, both lieiuff. points worth looking after to buildup a first class dressed poultry trade. Ylrtnen or llurtennllk. The growiug practice of utiliziuj? the want produots of all wainifae 1ures has brought out the fact that linttermilk possesses many unsuspect ed qualities. A medical paper says its reputation as su usent of superior digestibility has beoome firmly estab lished. It is, indeed, 'a trne milk pep tone that is, milk already partially digested, the coogulatia a of the coagulated portion being loose and tlaky and not of that firm, indigesti ble ua';ue which is the result of the notion of the gastrio juice upon sweet milk. It is of great value in tue treatment of typhoid fever, and, Ijeing a decided laxative, it may be turned to advantage in the treatment of...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 September 1899

mm VOLUME 1. AcCONNELLSBURG, PA., SEPTEABER 28, 1899. NUABER 2. :N OLD LANDMARK I DISAPPEARS, J Building That Has Run the H Gamut of Business for i Over a Century. Last work John Shoots com "cnccd tearing down a building iat has boon a notable one for a "imber of years, not that it pos 'rnsed architoctual boauty to any marked degree, in fact, it was Kthoroftho ugly duckling or--; or was pretentious in any re iract, but yot it managed to hold pelt ready, like a good couvoni d harbor for the embarking of Mmerpus enterprises. Its prin pal room lias been occupied in palmy days as a store room, "Boring establishment, jost of- 4 io, printing office, coach shop, Mhool room, band room and in cent years as a earriago shed, ip one living to-day knew it as a mw building. Some remember t from a venerable one down to ,tural decay and final demoli nuti. Quito a number of citizens iTa past generation started in Merchandising in the building ll question, the first of whom 5 U have any trace, althou...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 September 1899

i 1 1 1 i! ;3 5 - f f ; ' i i 1 f r i it ( tC n s . His Release Decided Upon the Government. "WITHDRAWS HIS APPEAL 'T Action t the I'muicU of Minister Cna an Kxrltetneiit In rrl-Tti Aatl-ISrevfua l'apsra Attack President l-nnWI, but Fall lo lauia Trouble II Will l.r franc. Frl, (By Cable.1 The ronnnll of ir.lnln tr decided lo pardon Iireylu Id principle, 'flie pardon will take effect In a few Any. Dreylu has relinquished hi appeal for a reversal of the judgment of the court-mar- ll In (aid that Dreyfus will be seut abroad before the roniultntlon of hla pardon, In ( order to avoid demonstrations. . The official announcement wa made lu tlii form, In order to avoid demonstration any kind at limine and lu I'nrle. Hut the pardon of breylus In not merely Imrnl ueot, but win actually signed. Measure bave been taken In Ilenues lu connection ulth It, and It will hare a good tfluct neu trally. 'i'li decision of the Cabinet to pardon I'reyfua created less iutt rest lu Tarls than would tba resu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 September 1899

r mmm 4 .A-A A-"- TO THE CAOTOFS MOUTH, g A Tale of the Sepoy Mutiny. 11V t. J. DEESTON. 1 r OILED iu bis at tempt to escape, Major Arthur Fitz ge r a 1 d-Lascelles nut nenr to a corner . 1 1 1 kSwS of t,,e l,,l,aeon n,m llsfojrl watched the toran- tulas, Dome" em- id hairy legs, regarded mo ,or. Tlioir name was legion. Upon :fv projecting nugle, from floor to lug, hideous, fot, loathsome, tbey ; led patiently. vlond by the Major, with chiu rest- jnpon drawn-up knees, nat Color jeani.Tohn Haltiwoll. Thin man foo'evos for the tarantulas; his ,) was introspective. Strange rep ,'.J crawled over bis motionless foet, , 1 be heeded them not. At times , ' companion swore, loudly and ly;'tbe Color-Hergeant littered . -word. Occasionally tbo former ' bed and Htamped round the dis- Apartment; the latter never raised bear, oe dungoou was subterraneous to a ixteut of ten foot. High up on ids of tbo room an opening re bliDg a balistrarin admitted cross of feeble light. The massive I were mncid w...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 September 1899

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. .Thursday Sept'k 23, 1899. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. EXPANSION. Met a fi-llor t'other inornin' Most amiisln' Hort of cuss; Uuil a ciw'u.s Htylo about him, CWt'nly couldn't well be wiihs Ishvb: "Where you luiil fin, jmrducry" An' he mulled in a knowiu' wuy, An' replied In foreign lin-jo: "1'orto Klco, U. H. A." Keen u feller down on Hrondwny, With a shoekln' lieud of hair, An' a lot of tropic Knrments, An' a moHt outlandish uir, "Whur's ho filling" a feller shouted; An' lieforu we'd time to nay This jcro huuthen turned an' ann'r'd: "Iloneyluler, L. S. A." Met a feller here on Olive, With a nomber-e-ro on; Had a lot of tdinfjy whiskers, Nearly all his clothes wuy. pone. Stopped an' ast me fur a qua'ter; Hays: "My home is fur aw...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 September 1899

IJLTON COUNTY NEWS, ublished Every Thursday. HE LONGED TO LEAD. Tin-re was a man who prayed For wisdom, that he mlyht Sway men from ninful ways I And leud them In the light. Hi nlirht he knelt and asked the Iiord let him guuie tne mniui norue, And every day he rose again To Idly drift alonjj. One of the many common men Who form the common throng. jYeaf after year he prayed I For worldly utrunKth to lead; jYear afU'r year the Lord . Ila worshiped fulled to heed; pr,y r for leadership and light rattled off by rote each night, ynd In the morning rose again j- To merely drift along. Ono of the muny common men t Who form the common throng. One day the man who longed J To lead In men's affairs Itesolved that he would add Hard work unto his prayers: dav he strove w ith all his might, cnelt and prayed for help, ut night And God iraveeurand aid, for then He ceased to drift along A cipher with his fellow-men, But came to lead the throng. SIHLE RAILROAD SION. EXTEN list Wednesday's Philadelphi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 September 1899

8 Rwref Corn Kinlili-r. It properly cared for, tho fodder from sweet com ia as much better for "took a is tlio grata for eating as oomparod with ordinary field corn. Yet as the orop is never all ready to gather at once, it is the general prac tice to leave the stripped stalks stand ing nntil they dry, whioh will bo very quickly after the breaking off of the eiir ail m its air to the stalk. The small nub bins, which are generally the third cars on stalk, are worth more to ro with the stalks for cow feed thau they are to sell or to cook. Vtlllie Your SUream. There are few farmers who do not possess running water, a spring or n pond upon their lands waters which could be made to produce not only n luxury for tbe family but would turn out big iuterest on the investment, it allowed to. An unfailing spring, so often used as an appendage to the dairy, could bo made to "double up" by using it for a small trout preserve, which would supply the choicest of fish, not only for the farmer's priv...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 September 1899

I-.. Dealer For All n' Foot-Fese. . r to shake Into your shoesi rests ;Ct I'lirin t'oriin, liiinlons, Mwollon . lot. i nllous, ActalnK, KwentiiiR Kwt ' Krowtii Nnll. Allen's Kool-Knse w or tight shoes ens y. Atall druir . Kl !" uot, Vft cts. HnmplH miilltjl rA'lis Alleii H. Ulmatrd. lHoy, N. . I'll ! .lure of Wales still finds It accessary t calm. t'lSMilr la Blood Deep. I blood means a elenn skin. No i ." rjtl)out It. Caacarets, Candy Catbar '," tn your blood and keep it clean, by 'tun tlte lany liver and driving all lm """'i from the body. llcin to day to ."" 'fcimplea, boils, blotches, blacklirads, i'I sickly bilious complexion by takine I,: it l.enntv for ten rents. All ilruff- tli,. (tufn-Jtion guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 00c. 1'"' a Tenia's new laboratory nn Pike's , " a Iodic, wooden structure, with a bis: ;"'T , MK Itawnrd. !). -''"'laoVrsnf tills nuper will be pleased to "' 'isi there Is nt limnt ono dreaded dls "" I it science haa heeu able to cure in all Iniim e..i.UhatlA:Urrh....

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 September 1899

F ULTON COUNTY NEWS. Local Correspondence. NEEDMOKE. News is source, and work plenty. Tlio preaehlnur services at tlio Hup list church Monday and Tuesday lust wero not well attended owing to the stormy wenther. The meetings were conducted by Klders Alderton, Palmer and Funk. Quite a number of our people start ed to Trough Creek last week to at tend the annual iiuptlut Association. Some of our young folks attended the big meeting at Oakley last week. Mr. and Mr. I). It. Myers, of Knobs vllle, spent axl Saturday In our vil lage. Dennis Hart, wife and daughter Glenna, of Hartford City, Indiana, spent a part of last week visiting friends in this community. Mrs. Mollie liege, of Franklin coun ty and Mrs. Duffy, of Webster Mills, were visiting hew. Mr. W. F. Hart and family of this place spent Sunday with Mrs. Hart's sister, Mrs. .1. (!. Mellott. Aaron Garland will soon huve his new house completed. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Hart are both on the sick list. Those without "The Fulton County News''...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 October 1899

0111 I 1UME 1. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., OCTOBER 5, 1899. NUMBER 3. mi pin A POINTER. on re a few sellishcreatures midst who do not feel very iha toward Tim Fulton y News, nor its editor, jjho for the past sixteen tp have lost no opportunity ig about liis llnancial ruin, i sake! of lillin? their own , and to carry out their jlfish schemes. They may t) disturb your confidence financial condition of TliR and the stability of our pa- Now, do not bo alarmed, iw paper is hero to stay, (u will get every copy you Kiid for, or may hereafter i r. The people are with the jjftpcr, and there is not the iartlcle of clanger in its be g financially embarrassed. lind Words. i. i I Bright und Neat. hew Tppor, Tub Fulton Co-units, h. W. Peek editor, made j to the imblic last week. It Is und, neat. Fulton Democrat. i; Eight Pane Pnpcr. Fulton County Nfwh is a ;per titurtpd in McConnellsburg W. Feck, formerly of the Dem j It Is a neat eight puge paper, variety of Interesting matter, f Fujton" will certainly...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 October 1899

THE NEWS. JUrtholomn Kost, the Austrian accused effthe murder of hi llsnce, Mary Vodlcka, io Uoraiany. left Chicago lu charge of de teetlvet, who will ink i) him to Berlin to BRr the ebnrge of murder. A Chicago delegation, bended by Mayor Harrison, enllod on Aduilrnl Dewoy In New 'York, and nvlted him to coma to Chicago lu hi own time. , JVer. Kbeuizcr Krskluc, pntor of Ilia Dig "Hprlog Presbyterian Churcb, lu Carlisle. Jau celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of lila ordlnntlnn. Tbeolty of Now York was Invlably deco rated for the marine pageant In honor of Dewey. Governor lloosevclt officially wul 'mard blm to the State, and General Mer- jrltt, a commander of thn Department of the iXasl, paid blm an oftliilnl visit, Oruernl Mies and the Washington committee also vlstted blm. National Commander Minir, of the Grand iArmy, In an address in veterans at Topeka, Kansas, characterized ibosn having chnrgo ( thn Dewey paredo III New York, na narrow-minded blunderers. Captain Btreeler, who fo...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 October 1899

f V A I3y Cy War man. 00TOOT!" It was a black night. The porter, in response to the push bell, hurt just csuie back with Iho cigars, ami nt tlio sound of the two short 1)1 no ts of thu whistle he shot n soured look nt his m a s t e r. Mine host, tlio general m n n ''looked the man in thu eye for u " nt, and thou, ui the speed of the "'did not slacken, said curtly, wav ,.lm owny: '"l'.riilire watchman I" i, tuoracnt later our train BiioUed Igli a deep (Mil, roared across a PM bridge aud swept up the slope to (.tent. ''otice how thnt portor shied when ''"ugine'ir iiiiHwercd Iho watchman's ' asked tho manager. ?e had nn experience, years np,o, , train robbers, and this porter . over boun able to live it dowu. I , on the llaunihal aud St. Joo at ; t:lme," ho weut ou, iliridincf his es between me, his cigar and the l..t recorder over Hie back window, iv pressed the button ugaiu and the if responded instantly. Tho ninn moved h i h tliiinili slightly and ?"'!rtor pulled the blinds. 'I vera...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 October 1899

PULTON COUNTY NPWS. H. W. I'i-ck, l-Jitor. McCONNLLLSBUKG, PA. Thursday Oct. 5, Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be jjiven to applications for ad-vcrtLsiiu- rates. 1 Job Printing of every des cript'on executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. i)i:.ii(H:i.v ri(: mi irnx;. J They are always so styled in tin ; laws incorporating them, lmt for j hiwity's sake1 they iire common ! ly fulled "turnpikes." These facts may he known to many renders of IVnuo Opinion, hut to others they may perhaps be new. Now let us plant ourselves at the went side of the Diamond in Chambersburg and start for .Hod ford, and see how many Taerus and former Taverns we cau"spot out" r.s we go and count up at the end of our journey. On our left when; the Central church stands, was the "Fruuklin Hotel," (he eastern end of a block of three-story brick buildings which extended from tho Diamond of the Tuscarora mountain, was Heaver's, a we'll known pl...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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