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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 December 1899

L... . . ... M irl'lpml Mottllr. I a ilocldedty humorous side ''pre a-iionally comes to light ltt Won with the undertakings of al corporations, but the action enterprising city fathers of a (''.Hungarian town Is certainly I; The mayor and whole town y consisting of eight members, i' themselves Into a band of forg i4 carried on a thriving business town hall, manufacturing paper (jnrreat in Austria, which they ''Ud pretty extensively. A work Veil fitted with the necessary 'tents, was fixed up in a cellar 'town hnll, and they actually set ! ien to guard the door while they "t work. This remarkable state "irs existed for over a couple of ''when the business was detected, ' yor and councillors fighting like 1 lonal brigands on being ar- F!; . ; JloTT News Will Travel. ' ilfl on a visit to the south re '.si obtained a box of your Tut v't rocommended for all skin (lis l. I flud it to bo a innrvelously N niiig. I wish to get somo more, 1 (ulil like to establish nn nuoncy itir its sale. I'lo...

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 December 1899

Personal. MlssUuth liurfss, of V'oit r,(i(lcn, 1 has beon HiM'iiilinjf the hili(l;iyn with : Mlsn Hens Trout. , I Miss IMx lloliinson of t'liihwlclpliia ; ciuiip homo to Hpond ( nrixtmus wnn tier pti rents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rob- j inson of this place. I Hurry Dawncy and daughter were : gupsts of Mr. and Mrs. Abrum Kim- y an last Friday. I John Oukmun and wife spent last j Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .John Strait, i Miss Kloise Trout of tlm U. S. IYiv lon otlloe, Plttsburd, Is visit injf her mother, Mrs. K. C. Trout of near this pi ace. Miss Mamie Skinner, of St. Joseph's Academy, . KnmiilHhurg, Is spending the holidays with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Geo. V. Skinner at Hit,' V'Uve laiinery. ICdward Kelsner, James Kendall and Misses Gertrude Hoke, Hhinrhc John ston, Minnie lie-inner and Gertie Sipes, "C. V. S.N." students from this coun ty, are all home for their holiday va cation. Mrs. B. O. Cattlett, of Thompson township, has been spending 'several days with her daughter, Mrs. A. V....

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. — 4 January 1900

Cottnto McCONNELLSBURCj, PA., JANUARY 4, 1900. AE 1. NUMBER U. ODAL STOUTEAGLE. i last Saturday afternoon I at the report of the sud Mrs. Emma Stouteagle . While It was known by ,to friends that Bho had llcatc condition for Home rsons knew that she had :'he bunted late cause of her uvullont arising from con- aglo, the second daugh id Mr. Jame H. Woodal, ihlp, wan born August 30, married to W. F. Stout i place, August 11, 1897. jgsesslng the educational jf m&uy, she was endowed th bo many noble qualities mind that she drew to her circle of appreciative y age she joined the Luth and remalnod therein a iber until her marriage, tiBforred her membership church to which her hus ?d. "r lng preamble and resolu d at a special meeting of chool Board of the McCon , E. church, express the t only of the church but comunity. , In theprovidenceof God, i called to mourn the loss ed sister, Emma Woodal and whereas, she was a liber of the Methodist lurch, an efficient teacher f School, an earnest...

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. — 4 January 1900

TKE NEWS. Eugene L. Packard, of the HnMnsnn In estment and Security Company, of New York, wn sentenced to eighteen months 1 prlsoumout In Sing Sing for unlaw fully lining the malls. , Judge Sanborn, of the I'nlted States Clr fiult Court lu St. Paul, Minn., discharged triw KHvm of the Northern Paelllo Hullroud Company. By th.) will of the lotn Daniel Sharp Kurd, of the Youth's Com pun Ion, the Baptist Social Union comes Id for a large bequest. The stock and plitnt of thu Charles Helscr Shoe Company, at Hanover. Fa., win de stroyed by lire. John T. Whitehead, a weulthy Virginia farmer, died at lilt home, neur Bay View. Charles L. like, one of thu orlgtual Free Boilers, died lu Bt. 1' nil. Mlnu. C. B. Turner was murdered at liU borne, near Ferguson's Wuurf, Va. Comptroller of the Currency Puwe nay the general financial condition of t tin country Is sound and stable, and there la nothing to indicate a recurrence of the recent flurry. . A strike ot miners In the bituminous ooal regions o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 January 1900

i New Orleans W as Saved E Episode of General Jackson's If (, 'it, ni.; I taj "ass BY CLINTON ROSS. 5 I..; HE proper stato- msnt to begin my laid is that I, John Fairbank, was an artillery captain u u 1 e r General Jaoksou in December, .1814. That was the time when General Jaoksou came to New Or citvwhinh was scarcely In, than Washington had t British burned it; for at ships of war of his esty were standing to- They were bringing ''Srs, who were mostly wars fought in Enrope j.Kn; men who had de m, bo were ofllccred by ur-.egy and experience, u. had seen us run at r and had burned the jton,'H yen know, and neral Jaokson will save .tnoiuolle, who was the ," I, or any other man, Mj adomniselle Mario de jfc'htorof n titled emigre, .r- r, bad but a slighting t .-a simple. New England !: captain of the poor '"'cry, a I have said, ihii. flght notVi Captain you care?" said I, no j her too lanoh of rny i.'i' because yon aro a Viuse a littlo girl down m.t." She Bpoke very oy yon know. And she...

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. — 4 January 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. VV. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. CONUNDRUMS. statics runi.ir. schools. Thursday, Jan. 4, 1900. 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. I-LICITINC SYMPATHY. A. CAMPHKl.L MCKIIIMN. Oh! why this remorsefulness, This strange hallucination, As the waking from u dream, I pray? Speak! ye cursed reflectors Of a horrible vision, Rreuk this soul-scorching gleam To-day. Why should I be punished By. such terrible torture, And suffer agony untold, In sorrow? Most horrible existence Where pleasure- ift Mowers Their sweet petals unfold To-morrow. "Come weal,-come woe," For I am desperate, My heart is now aching, And tender. I entreat your sympathy, And kind commiseration, For unfortunately breaking My suspender. JOHN HOKSi: 3R YLARS OLD. Over , in the delight...

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. — 4 January 1900

fjLTON COUNTY NEWS: KWJRO CENSUS I KIURI.S. iie of the most interesting alations the national census of SJ;t yenr will make, will be the ;s given as to the condition of k colored peoplo in the South. ( data to be collected will re- largely to the ownership of estate by the colored race, . ithor it is mortgaged or free iebt and how the figures com i with the returns made in ) and with State reports coi fed since. In this way it is ex i, kid to show what material jresa the colored iicoplo have ' during the present decade , what neighborhoods have ad , (ed more than others. jtqq hints of the situation ec i been given in Virginia, one ,he Southern States which j collected and published sep . ely the assessment returns rhe two races. The figures in that State at least that jolored race is making stead 5ogrosa in the accumulation roperty at the same time that ercentage of population is de sing. In 18'JL', according to e returns, the colored people irginia owned 2.75 per cent, e acres in t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 January 1900

r V NEW YORK FASHIONS. i I m y I 1 1 New Yokk Citt (Special). With tho coming of the rndo blasts of win ter tbe veil becomes an important ad junct to the toilet of all lovers of trim nesi. ' Women deolare that it is impossible Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in the Metronolis. , . , don't gasp with horror, for it in not one of those wicked-looking reptiles made of frivoloui tuetallio-eolored paillettes, bat a very up-to-date and lovely ornament, having the flexible, tapering body covered wholly with breast plumago from a pheasant. Hhe had a whole family of them, some covered with the blue-black raven feathers. Theso tho blonds usurp, and a number are mado with tho rich mottled plumage of tho breasts of wild ducks. "Whatever one's prejudice may be, the serponts are already vigorously adopted, aud so entirely fascinating did I think mysolf with my new coif fures that I have had my picture taken in every one just as tho hair-dresser completed thorn, in order to have an a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 January 1900

A iu,mr (-hrlataals. rf nwDiipers Just now are ihA Incidents of the Boers, most far from flattering. On of felateg that In a Dutch church la not Ion rro ther appeared I itolld-looktng fnrmer'a wife, broujtht her bahy Into town ctened. Before loafing bomu had written the names It !orldrd to nv the Infant on one lj.per and tho list of the house , i ulreroent" on another, and ,c t carefully folded and put in ,j 1 leather pnrso ahe carried. ti proper time arrived the fond .iandert tip a slip of paP" t ' .Iter, who rend nnd reread It, , i remarked that Koftle Itljst nernhrr KomftJIt were rather c, - for tbo child, and ones ijfcht prove nmbarraaslng to the . V at omo future tlmo. Then , atlp of pupor was produced InatlOBi followed. Itoioa anil Violets. ent 'of-the awtetcst rosn lie ' ixlous and tlio humble violet be scowling up at you from , ' ( eyebrows when you l.now j" flowers Brut tlielr fellows are 1 to the dcuilly mlfnihrs for M ra and ai-nnts. The delicate T' lit (w An Vwir Ktdnei-...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 January 1900

i GoldHinitli, the Tailor. WANTFI). Farmer to take chure j" of stocked farm. Small family prefer" red. Apply to ' M. It. SHAKKNKIt. I Hcourinir brick at Itobinson's gra- 1 eery . WKLLS TANNERY. THOMPSON. Miss8 Jtino aud Elsie Sheoder, two of Everett's accompli shod young ladies, visited A. S. Groi'ti land and Mrs. W. II. Baumgard nor a few days last week. Miss Bearl Kelly, of Philadel phia, in visiting her sister. Mrs. Meridetli. Miss Lizzie Uelsel, daughter of Albert Uelsel, of this phu-e, mar lied Samuel Wor.thing, of IIo)) well. They began housekeeping with the New Year. May happi ness and prosperity go with them all through life. Mrs. J. 11. Alexander was tak en ill on Sunday. We have not learned whether she has fully re covered or not. Uur teachers of Tso. 1 school had an exciting time the other morning. A pupil outside the building gave the alarm of lire. After some hustling the llames were extinguished. Had not wa ter been so near, the township would, in all probability, have...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 January 1900

Jhlfon a; .UME 1. McCON N H LLSBU R G , PA., JANUARY 11, oo. NUMBER 17. IMXLSM K(i SCHOOLS. COON DOM: (iOXK. i There Every Day. t ry --Alius Elsie (ii'catlicaJ. ( Class, liessie Cress, Lily Jose Houpt, licssle Kodcay, loettger, Josephine Kunyan, lder, lOilgar Alexander, Wal- , Alvln Class, Oscar Cress, Grlssinger. Daniel Grlssing- ler Hayes, Oscar Lynch, Wit. Paul Shinier, Kussell Stevens, lble. nedlutc Emery Thonius. Sheets, Clara Doyle, Annie Mury Kelley, Nellie Dchart, ays, Ilutli Koettgcr, Ooldie Knnle KeiHiier, U-ah Cooper, atson, Laura Wanner, Joe Walter Lynch. Max Irwin, llder, Harry Comerer, Kills outlier Black, Henj. Shinier, Johnston, Itussel Hunyan, 'Rider, George Siiinmers. nnimar L. II. lhlc. jliimer, Nellie Sheets, Minnie 'Susie.' Black, Olive Cooper, byle, Grace Shinier, Hessie illian Grlssinger, John Keis llleld Doyle, Holmes Thom.i lrlco Trout, Henry Watson, ays, Clarence Seville. '. ' . - imANT-WIIU.E. :es.. . idnesday morning, January J, Idtev. K. P. Koherts at th...

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. — 11 January 1900

THE NEWS. Charle Tracy, confidential bookkeeper fur F. B. Buy ley St Co., of Chicago, ha been mining for nearly a month.' The strike of the girl at the Allen A Gln ter Tobacco Work la Richmond, Vs., wu amicably arranged. Major Taylor, surgeon In charge at Hono lulu, reported six deaths from buboblo plague up to December 16. Qorernor Roosevelt pardoned Chlara (Mgnaraln, who was serving a lite aeutenoa lor murdering her husband. The account of ex-County Treasurer Her shey, of Lancaster, Pa., were found to be ,100 short. Peter Dunkle was arrested noar Hencek, Ind., on the charge of murdering May Wol Wlg In 1984. F. Blanchl A Co., wholesale dealer. In mil llnery gooda In Now York, made an align ment. B. B. Wyatt, of Roanoke, Va., was ariested on a charge ot felonious assault on Mr. Thomas N. Simpson, of Newport News, who had been kind to him when he was sorely In need of food. Edward Doyle, of Chicago, bnssued John Robson, a Board of Trmln operator, for 4000,000 damages, several times t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 January 1900

:E GREAT SETTING t. OF EVERLASTING HILLS. I)Y 1IAYDEN CAR RUTH. SRI .rt VEN in theuncon ventional West, the freedom with which the deni tens of the place came into the of flee and pied tho type was some thins rather re markahlo. Colo- I CJ 1 .... UVl D1UUUUI C A ; t , pressed the opiu , Ik'J ion that we . tie it together bo it wouldn't i A touchy," and we really ' ggestion serious attention. " ash did not often disturb ''It his conversational dis ''' sometimes rather disoon- fl were forced to bear the "ta nnmerous stories, most residents being immune ,.' renetitions. His idea . be that nothing was too o-, especially after he had r of paying something on ition an adroit operation (ted in turning in a quar "' elderable flourish and bor- a dollar the next day. "' after having performed !.rt of this transaction, he .'..h Toot into the capacious i t nail told a story of one .-, a former moro or less 'i lident of the towui -I had r stories of Hendershot 5 tr. Bush and Abner Black ' am ino...

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. — 11 January 1900

1 T FULTON COUNTY-NEWS I'ubli.slied Lvery Thursday 13. W. Feck, Kdilor. , McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Jan. l i, 1900. 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. tiik littli: coi n irv i-aimk. If just a littlo iinptT- it isn't up-to-date; It lmwn't any supplement or colored fatiliion-plate. It eotnes out every Friday, unless t in forms are pied; The outside is honip-prinled. with boiler-plate inside. H hasn't any eahle direet from old Uomhay, Hut it says that "Colonel Bruirsjins is in our midst to-day." It doesn't seem to worry about affairs of state. Hut it tells that "Joseph Hawkins has painted his front Kate." . U never mentions Kramer or Joseph Chamberlain, lint says that "Thompson's grocery has a window pane," And that "the Mission Workers will give a festival," And "there'll bo a temperance lec...

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. — 11 January 1900

. LI ON COUNTY NEWS. JS START IX LIFK. p t , ,, rony THAT A DISCUSSION ON nn.lGION DROUGHT OUT olTi-d n Clirlxll'in mill nn loll ;; and n Maui Uoiiuirkiitilc Colncl i co, uki! !ic Nnnullvo I'nlntrd 'til an Writ. t question r.f rcli;:lon came up the day lu I 'no lttin.v Men's Luncu iV- and old rarmesnn, who la senior li! cu of 'M. IVciinla's church iiml fore constitutes himself a do- I ir of tlie In llli, remarked, "You v uy tvlnit yon like, Koutlemeu, but I, Iglouii niiiii Is 1110 iipt to help ,wlio need It tlinn mi Intldel." '"m a Una believer lu Chrlsllnnl - foiiiarked Uilson. who has miido a ; in or ho In the Sun uiji dtirlnK the Sew yearn, "but I take exception It statement. When It conies to ii.lR n fellow who In down, It's (1 ; an even tons between n Chris- Hid nil Inthlcl. You doubt It?" be ''':)ued dm l.e saw old I'arniosnn ) Ills head. "Well, to prove what i 1 will give you an episode In my Ife. 1 came to New York In 1873 I I no capital but n country made ,. if clot hen and...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 January 1900

V NEW YORK FAgfflONg. 1 II Designs For Costumes That Have Be ll - come Popular in the Metropolis. New Yowc Citt (Special). Very long trained skirts are demanded for home wear. Tea gowns, and all gowns to be worn for formal occasions and strictly for the bouse are always more graceful when they are made long. The present idea of the dressmakers seems to be to make these skirts and the same idea is carried out in soma of the street gowns with a silk drop kirt that only just touches, but is finished with two or three accordion pleated ruffles. The nnlined skirt itself has a faoing sewed in with the tiniest of stitches, that must not be allowed to show; the facing is deep i 1 .'r. -fl DRRHSY TEA OOWN. enough to make the skirt hang well. The idea is that when the long skirt is lifted there is only to be seen the silk under skirt, with nil its frou-frou of ruffles. For light gown the ruffle should be edged with lace; the effect is very dainty and atlraotire. One beautiful tea gown is iu t...

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. — 11 January 1900

!i-Mit, Hurtling Erxrma. l,Eirr.nWo'l with A painful skin Mi'l ftir all othsr remedies rthe futher trriten: "Hend me ,ra boxes of Tettorino for my On HiRliter. It doe ber more good t ijtbiriR we ever tried. Yours, S. l'orter, Lynclibiirjr, S.O." a' .gists 50c. box, or postpaid by ia! huplrine, Savannah, Oa. Hiitlns a ahMrtt. S)y experience with a twelve ertrlned shark camo to Boatmnn "'Johnson and Bob Bnrnard, re ' lie San Francisco Chronicle. 6 "were fishing hctweou Mission , ad Goat lslnnd when they saw .'irk. It followed thorn perslat 's''nd once when It canio boldly !fhe boat the boatmen not upon It ir, stretcher and Raff. A blow ,Jb big brute's tall came near it the Whitehall. . Barntird escaped belnfr drawn Into the u.h olnklng thn gaff into the ' 1 the shark, which sot off at a ( speed, pulling tho boat attfir r It was wo wenk from tht blown "nm loss of blood that It win !: conquerod. In the IlKht the t P' n broke one oar and a strnfr'uar. t '-!M.... -- - - ZlKf of the "Paddi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 January 1900

JAMAl.'Y OI K I 1'KOCl I D- , im;s. A I UNDID I.Ki'lSl.ATOKS I'XION. K I AKKIJSV1LLK. WKMNTIOIl M ILLS. ( lolilmnit ii, tin1 ( IlllVI'S lit, I'OSl Til ilor. lit Itiiliiiisnn' Tin' wverul fourth of Fulton I'niinl.v eonviMM'd nt t,lu Court lloiwc on TtU'x iliiy, with I 'tcsl'lcnt .Inri-rn S. Mil'. Sv(ivc ttiul ttif Assoi'iutc .? ml )''. on tin- Itl'lH'll. Tin- folloviii; liquor liei'lisi'.-t were Jolm W. Funk. Met 'oiiiicIIhI.iii. (icoro Kexrotli, McConnt llslnir. Jolm K. K)cck. Burnt f'uliiiis. Wlllinn Mcdowan, lliirnt Ciil'iu". U. W. iliirnctl. Fort I.iUli'ton. First unci linul account, of W- ' Woodcock, UHsitrncc of I-. l-on & Co. ( 'onllrmcd. First and tliml iiivount. of Kilns M. Morcret, iidiniuistrutor of the I'stiite of Mrs. ilia Mi-Kit, late of Hrush Crci'U towns'ii'i. There lii'ititf excep tions the snnie was continued, und S. V. Kirk, Km.. was uiipointed auditor to dispose of exceptions and make distribution. First and tinal account of . Aimer Mellott, administrator of t...

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. — 18 January 1900

1 " ' )LUME 1. ANNY ISO Yl'ARS OLD. Uborland county will ho 150 old next Saturday a week, g been organized January 5)0, In the matter ol ago fcrland stands sixth among .unties- of Pennsylvania, iolphia, Bucks and Chester ' bunded iu lOn;!, Lancaster in I fork in 1741) and Cumbor- 1750. Cumberland coun- Fulton's grandmother. Ful- aving been formed from rd, April 19, 1H50, and Bed- rom Cumberland in- 1771. irland in, addition to its it limits originally embrac- territory of Franklin, Ful Jedford, Somerset, Blair, lgdon, Juniata, Perry, and f Miftlid. Bedford is the f of Huntingdon (1"h7), feet (1795), Blair (140), and 1(1850). For some time It tor of forming another jfrom Bedford and Blair een ugitated to embrace ions Cove. It has been however, that this cannot 6 on account of its eouflict ii constitutional provisions ze and proximity to other seats, SCHOOL RKl'ORTS. nnell-.burg - II. K. (jrcss. y Saville, Harry Crissiug I. Patterson, George Gris Nathan Evorts.Sidnoy Git tabel Kendall...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 January 1900

THE NEWS. District A (torn 07 Andrews, of Westehestew county, N. Y., announced that he would bave i'rof. Morrison arrested on thn charge ' of murdering hln wife. Mr. MrK. Iiigwll announced that ho would , ntlra from the presidency of fhe Chesapeake nd Ohio, but will retain the presidency of the Dig Four. lr. I'.llsalicth J. French, of Philadelphia, prominent woman physician, died lit her daughter's residence In Boston. lr. .1. C MulhHll was found dead, shot through tho heart, In hl office In St. I.ouU. Supposed case of suicide. In a collision between Ice yacht on thn river, nnnr Ited Dunk, N. J., several men and (wo womon wnra Injured. It in reported tlmt there will I hi 11 n advance Of thirty to thirty-five cents per ton on bltu oilous coal freight rate. The funeral of Ilev. Ir. E Iwnrd MeGlynn tM oondnnted from Ht. Stephen's Catholic Church lu New York. Many thousands took a last look at the face of the popular priest before the body was hurled In Calvary Cem etery In Ilrookiyu. T...

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