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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 27 November 1902

. mm I I 111! II A nervou8, irritable mother, often on the verge of hysteric, is unfit to care for children; it ruins a child's disposition tvnd reucts upon herself. The trouble between children and their mothers too often is due to the fact that the mother has some female weakness, and she is entirely unfit to bear the strain upon her nerves that governing a child involves; it is impossible for her to do anything calmly. She cannot help it, as her condition is due to suffering and shattered nerves caused by some derangement of the uterine system with backache, headache, and all kinds of pain, and she is on the verge of nervous prostration. When a mother finds that she cannot be calm and quiet with her children, she may be sure that hercondition needs attention, and she can not do better than to take Lydia E. IMiikliani's Vegetable Compound. This medicine will build up her system, strengthen her nerves, nnd enable her to calmly handle a disobedient child without a scene. The childre...

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. — 27 November 1902

r r-T . r " Next Saturday afternoon and evening will positively close the H. C. Smith auc tion. There is still much goods and it will be sold riegardless of value. Goods sold for a mere song last week. mm r 1 rv n i 1 1 15 rick for sale at Morton's yard. Miss irvie Hull of Poughkeep sie, N, Y., is visiting her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Isaac Hull of this place. Mrs. Abner McLucas died at her home just below town lust night. More extended notice next week. Foley's Honey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse substitutes. AU dealers. The Ridley Park correspondent of the Chester (Pa.) Republican says that a baby girl arrived at the residence of Prof. Geo. Gailey Chambers, Sunday morning 16th inst. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and colds : reliable, tried and tested, safe and sure. All dealers. Thompson and Steach last week painted, grained, aud pa pered the hall iu Charles B. Ste vens' house. This week they are painting Jacob Hykes' new house iu the Shatluer Extensio...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 December 1902

Atom VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., DECEMBER 4, 1902. NUMBER 12 DAVID LEWIS. The Noted Highwayman and Counterfeiter. (Continued from laxt week.) After joining the band 1 was pre vailed on to go to Chambersburg to procure paper suitable for the purpose, from Mr. John Shryock who is concerned in a paper mill near that place. Owing to my suspicious appearance or some regulation among cautious and honest paper makers, Shryock refused to sell me any, and in con sequence of his refusal I was obliged to go to a paper mill in Virginia carrying with me a sam ple of Shryock'8 manufacture, which I picked up oft the table while he turned round to speak to some person who had entered the apartment. Having procured a stock of paper made agreeably to the sample furnished, I returned to my comrades in the mountain, where we went to work, and' had struck a number of impressions of different denominations. As is usually done among counter feiters, we made an equal divide of the false notes and then s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 December 1902

A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION Tb'rrteess Persons Killed and a Number Seriously Injured. BOILERS HURLED THROUGH ROOF. Swift ft Co't Establishment la Chicago Wreck t4 Adjoining Structures Torn and Twisted 7 the Fores at the Explosion The Em ployes Whose Csrtlessncss Caused the Disaster Also Perished. Chicago (Special). With a deafen ing report a boiler in Swift & Co.'s plant exploded shortly after to o'clock a. m. Thirteen lives were sacrificed and scores of employes, visitors and others were injured. Huge boilers were sent through the roof of the structure and hurled hundreds of feet. Nobody within the boiler-room survived to tell the story of the accident, and it may never be known what caused the explo sion, A careful investigation, how ever, convinced the experts that the explosion was the result oi carelessness on the part of an einplove. whose own life also was sacrificed. Five minutes alter the explosion nothing of the building hut a pile of twisted iron, bricks and mortar re mained...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 December 1902

"A CHANCED NAME" fia Eloquent Sermon by Rev. Wllbar Chapman. Dr. J. Some Contorting Lessons From the Story ot Hit Aofeland Jacob Every Act Shapes Oar Character and Name. Nkw York Citt. The following ser mon, entitled "A Changed Name, had hern furnished for publication by the dis' tinguished and eloquent evangeliat, the Hov. Dr. Wilbur Chapman. It wnf prenchrd from the text: "And lie anid unto him. What in thy name? And he laid Jsrah." Genesis .?.: 27. Thii i n angel's question to a man from whose embrace he was trying in every possible mnnner to break awny. Locked together after the manner of an cient wrestlers they bend first this way and then that, and the angel cries, "Let me go, for the day breaketh." Jacob re sponds, "f will not let. thee go except thou blrcw me," and then the word Of the text were KUen. "And he said unto hint, What is thy name? And he Puid .Jacob." Jacob might have answered the question in different way at different times. He mitfht well have said at oue time,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 December 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. DECEMBER 4, 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVBKTISINU BATHS. IVr siiuure or f l!r-S time I! W. Per Sijuure eneh Miihsenuent Insertion ml. All iniverl.M'rr.erts Inserted tor lens t i.in tlireo iuodiIir dunned by Hie square. 3 mos. llnioi. l fen -fimnli I'.i'imm.. One-half column "ie Col'jU'ti HO ). 40. U0. I" HO fift.00. " 00 Nothing inserted for lew than II l'rofeion:ii Curdfc one year .. Till: CONFESSION of DAVID LEWIS Till: NOTED HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Continued from first puge.) life in winch I hud bceu so loti engaged, make a provision for my self and family, and follow some industrious mode of livelihood. But. my scheme was frustrated by my own folly. Having taken with me a black bottle tilled with whiskey to refresh me in my (light, as soon as it was emptied, I put in it nearly all my notes, which tilled it up to the neck, and about twenty miles fr...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 December 1902

FIJI TON COUNTY NEWS. FREE FOOD FOR A YEAR. Twelve Young Men Start on a New Diet on Monday. Twelve young meu In the Gov ernment officers at Washington, on small salaries, will be given free board for one year, starting with Monday of last week. This will bo done by Prof. Wiley, chief of Iho Bureau of Chemistry of the Agriculture Department, who Is to test the physiological effects of the use of preservatives on meat. Tho work to be carried out to decide what ground there is objections of tho German gov ernment to American meats. Tiie twelve young men selected are volunteers, and all are young and vigorous. Each has pledged himself to abstain from food and drink except as permitted by Prof. Wiley. Six will be fed on "pure" foods untreated meats aud vegetables, while the other six will partake of the same fare submitted to chemical treatment. This ar rangment will continue for two weeks, and then the government boarders will change their diet, at the end of another two weeks reversing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 December 1902

HER HOUR OF A RO.WANCti OF BY MARGUERITE STABLER. 6t SAT, nn teiru AT, Mollle," said Nolan. In off hand manner. that's that fellow iu the leggings lolu' up here?" The sun had passed the meridian, ad the shadows were begiuulng to full on Nolan's Hide. The hop-Held code of courtesy demands thill wheu u man la picking vltli a "lady" lie give her Always the shady side. Hut Nolau. Iu tils perturbation of mind, forgot his. manners. "Xothln'," mum lutl i IT'Thoi ly from Molllfi, feeliug the ruys peltintc down upon hnr head, and remembering the tuougtuf illness of the fellow In the legging in pulling the fullest vines down on her side. "Say. Mollle," ask"d Nolan, persua sively, after a half-hour's silence, dur ing which tluie several couples lunl changed sides so that the girl might Lave the. benefit of tTie shade; "what was he hangin' round you all luortiiu' for?" "Xothln'!" The black eyes wei stubbornly glued to their work, while beads of perspiration stood out on the round, tunned cheeks...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 December 1902

CATARRH OF LUNGS. A Prominent Chicago Lady Cured . ' by fe-ru;ha. f Mis Mjggir Welch, Secrclury of tli Bftsey. Hon Kdiicattonnl nnrl Itoncvolent Society, write from !W8 North State street, Chicago, III., the following glowing word concerning Pertina: i "Jmt tall I caught the most severe cold I ever had in my lite. 1 coughed night and May, and my lungs and throat kecsme ho aore mat i was in great distress. All cougb Miss Maggie Welch. rrtnediea nauseated me, and nothing af forded rue relief until my doctor said rather in a joke, '1 guess Permia is the only medicine that will cure vou.' , "I told liim that I would certainly try ( -it , and immediately sent for a bottle. 1 found that relief rime the first day, and ai 1 kept taking it faithfully the cough grad ' ually diminished and the soreness left roe. 1 It is fine." MugKie Welch. I Address the l'erunn Medicine Co., Co Innibus, Ohio, for free literature on catarrh. Never Heard of Her. On a crowded trolley car the othci morniiiK two m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 4 December 1902

Hr ick f or sale at Mor U n 'a yard. 1 Dr. Stevens is wearing a very pleasant smile it is a boy. Don't be imposed upon by In king substitutes offered for F ley's Honey and Tar. All dealers. Mr. Wilbur Orissinper is sintr 'ing "A clinrgo to keep I have," it is a boy. A kidney or bladder trouble ran always be cured by using Fo ley's Kidney Cure in time. All dealers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Pleasing or of Whips Cove spent a few hours at the county seat on Tues day. Foley's Honey and Tar positive ly cures all throat and lung dis eases. Refuse substitutes. All dealers. , An anti-cigarette orator prv diets that the cigarette will be ex tinct in ten years. And by that time a good many of the boys who smoke them will he extinct also. McConuellsburg boys take warn ing. . ' As soon as you decide on the date for your sale, send it to us and we will place it in the sale register both in the News and the Democrat, and you can send us the list of articles for your sale bill later. Wanted. One or two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 December 1902

C0wnf VOLUME 4. McCONNI-LLSHUUG, PA.. DECEMHEU 11, 1902. NUMBER 13 FARMERS' INSTITUTE. At iMcConnellsburR lust Wednes day Evening and Thursday. As waa previously announced, four farmers' institutes were hold in the County last week, the concluding one being held in the Court House at this place Wednesday evening and Thurs day. The following is a synopsis of the proceedings taken from the minutes of the secretary. The meeting was called to or der at 7 o'clock by J. F. Johns ton, and llarry E. Seville of this place was introduced who deliv ered a carefully prepared oration in a very creditable manner. V. H. Stout, a Schuylkill coun ty farmer, was next introduced, and while, as he said, the audi ence lost some of the best things in his speech from the fact that ho had come away from home and had forgotten his manu script, he entertained the audi ence in his droll way for forty minutes, and gave a good deal of practical information. The next speaker was Super intendent Charlie Barton wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 December 1902

THOMAS R REED DEAD ExSpeaker of Honse Expire at Arling ton Hotel, WiKhinrloo. WAS ILL LESS THAN FIVE DAYS. Aatfcor M The Rale Wbkk Bear flit Nim Aad Wkkh flirt Aatocralk Power To The Speaker Froa Fenaer'n So To A Mlfaty Power la Shaping of Oar Legls brio. Washington. O- C, '(Special) Ex Speaker of the National House of Repre sentatives Thomas Braokctt Reed, of Maine, died at 12.10 oclock Sunday morning at the Arlington Hotel, where lie was stricken suddenly on Tuesday night with what was believed to be acute gastritis. Mr. Reed's condition lecame worse Saturday nurnirg, when signs of blood poisoning reappeared. On Friday night he was attacked with nausea, which was taken as a svmptom that Bright' disease had dc. doped, and all of Saturday he was in a condition which hi physicians knew meant an early dissolution. At timej Mr. Reec. spuk.1 and seemed to be in a cheerful frame of mind but it was easily seen that deatn was approaching. At midnight a consultation was held, participated i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 December 1902

"ME PEARLLY GATES" Sstiday Sermon By Rev. Chapman. J. Wilbur SrilHant Deicrptles el Int Celestial City la Wbkl Tberc Is Neither Slcksesi er Sor row, Death aor Crylof Xkw York City. The Rev. ))r. .T. Wil hnr Chapman, who has recently resigned: the pastorate of the Fourth Presbyterian' Church in thin city in order lo ilevotc him ,elf to evangelistic work, linn prepared the following wrmon for the press. It in enti tled "And the Twelve Gate Were Twelve Pearls," and won prearhed from the text, "And hnd a wall great nnd high, and had twelve gate, and nt the galea twelve an uria, mid name -written thereon, which re the name of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel." Revelation xxi.i 12. When La Fayette Inst veiled this coun try the people gave lihn a royal reception. A fleet of vessels went, out to meet him. the band played "Hail to the Chief," and the national music of France, and it is told that he waa unmoved. . As he rame u shore land and water trem hled with the power of artill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 December 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS, Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. DECEMBER II, 1902. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. tlVKHTINI!U RATM. lVr ...mure of line 3 time II lVrs,tmre fiM'h sutweuneni Insertion.... w. All uiivi rusiMin'iits inserted for leu than tiree month elmrired ny the square. 3 nios. AmnH. 1 yr. O ie-fMtirt.li (Mhnna. (lite-tmlf 0,,1'imn i )ne l'o! -inin .HMD. . JS.IM. .. 4O.0O. 100. 40 IX). MOO. 76.no 60.00 Not hinir Inserted for less than l. ProN-HMoniil Cards one year. Tin; com rssiov OF DAVID LEWIS TIIK NOTKO HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. ' (Continued from Mrst pace.) imprisoned on the charge of pass im; counterfeit money. I could (jiisily have made my escape from the jail of Bedford, but Samuel . Riddle and Charles Huston, Es quires, the lawyers to whom I gave the balance of my money to clear me, flattered me with such encouraging assurances of ac quittal that I was induced to see it out. After remaining in jail a con...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 December 1902

FULTOiJ COUNTY NEWS (Continued fnim Klrst PiikcJ) that all trees should be spiayed at least, throe times during the season. Li mo every seven or fight years, and inauuro every four, years, were recommended M r. Seeds next gave his lecture on "The Value of Fertility and the Cheapest Way to get it. " He iu handling his subject, told his auditors of his own experience with a poor farm that he bought in Huntingdon county, and claim ed that vegetable matter in con nection with cultivation is the cheapest road to fertility. To reach this result, the cow-horn turnip and crimson clover were nsod, bringing up the soil to the proper mechanical condition. It was also recommended that all manure made on the farm should be applied .direct to the sod as soon as made and left lie for a year, if possible, before put ting to corn, spreading the ma uuro as evenly as possible. v THURSDAY EVENING. Prof. Bute was next introduced and gave a talk on Agricultural Education. The speaker in show iug the valu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 December 1902

OLD-TIME FAVORITES. AUF WIEDERSEHEN t t B Jamai Kaeaell Law-all. The name of thi poem is German, and mean the im at the French "Au revoir-' (till i aee you attain), a parting phrase devoid ot the aolemmty of the h.nglisn word "farewell,'' and not quite equivalent to tlie once, anil sometime even now ao'em-i good bye." It n pronounced approximately "Owf vce-dcr-sain. The little gale wax readied at last, Half hid in lilaca down the June; She pushed it wide, and, a she pint, A wistful look ha backward cut, And said ''Auf wiedernthen!" The lamp's clear gleam flits up the stair; 1 linger in delicious pAtn; Ah, in th.it chamlier. w hoe rirh air To breathe in thoujiht I sciioe'.y dale. Thinks ihe "Auf tviederselieu!" Sweet piece of bahfill maiden art! The Kniilisli word had seemed too fain. Hut lues they di-v us heurt to heart. Vet held in tenderly apart; . She said "Am wii-derseheii'." IN THE TRACK By Albert - 1AM what uiauy people would call a "crank" about the suit water. Anions the ple...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 December 1902

"Til I'roof of the Pndclln Lies In Ik Kilting." Th doctors are dumbfounded, the drug giftta astonished, and the people excited and joyful over the wonderful eures and tremendous, stiles of the great remedy, 8t. Jacobs Oil. Every ease of hheumatism nome of many, years' standing hits given way to this powerful remedy. Thousands of certificate like the Itilotving on be fin nished aa to it value: Oeorue Neleyer, Publisher of the Chillon, Wis., ,:Yolltsbote." used St. .Incoha Oil for "almost unbearable (tains in the back, which had completely prostrated him." A few application cured him entirely. Mrs. Fred, liberie, Helluire, O., win for long time aevcrely troubled with Kheu matiam. St. Jacobs Oil instantly relieved nd entirely cured her. Hev. Dr. B. Pick, of Por heater, N. Y., auffered ao intenaely from Rheumatiu pains that he waa unable to preach. Sev eral applications from a bottlo of St. lambs Oil "relieved him." F. Radder, Cleveland, Ohio, says: "Two applications of St. Jiteobs Oil ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 11 December 1902

Uriels for sale at Morton's yard. Mrs. George VV. Parsons of Port Littleton, spent last Thurs day at McConnellsburg. Don't bo imposed upon by ta king substitutes offered for Fo lly's Honey and Tar. All dealers. John K'reps, the well known Mercersburg liveryman, was in jured Saturday morning by one of the large shutters at Kuhn's drug store falling on him. Mr. Kreps is 'confined to his bed as a result of the mishap. A kiduey or bladder trouble cau always be cured by using Fo ley's Kiduey Cure in time. All dealers. Two hundred and fifty sheep we i e driven out of Trough Creek Valley week before last. One of tin; dealers said that there had been more driven out of the val ley this fall thau there would bo next. Foley 's Honey and Tar positive 1y cures all throat and lung dis- eases. Refuse substitutes? All dealers. A new flim-flam game is being worked with a marked $." bill. One man passes it, another comes waiks, floors of cars and public along and passes a 1 bill, claims i paCes. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 December 1902

VOLUME 4. McCONNKLLSHUKG, PA., DKCEMIJEU 18, 1902. NUM11EK 14. DAYID LEWIS. The Noted Highwayman and Counterfeiter. (Contluuetl from liwt week.) . After remaining in Bedford jail for someiime, and finding tho usage not such as should be given to prisoners in our condition," I determined to escape, and accord ingly put tho 'convicts and pris oners, who were confined with me, on a plan to got off, which succeeded to my full expectation. Wo let out all the prisoners that would go, excepting an ordinary fellow," that had robbed a poor widow, and who, I was determin ed, should be left behind to take care of the Jailer and his family, whom we had locked up in the' same apartment lately occupied by us. Connelly and myself proceeded along the mountain to Dublin Gap in Cumberland county, where we came across an old acquaintance, and remained there a few days, aud then wont to Petersburg in Adams couuty, where we pro cured some clothing and other necessaries, having left Bedford in a very des...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 December 1902

WARSHIPS BOMBARD FORT Retaliation for Seizure of a British Merchant Steamer. Bid POWERS ARE FORCING WAR. Attboagh President Castro Sends Word Grant tag the Satisfaction Demanded lor Insult to the British Flag, th; Warships Open Fire Before Acting Consul Volkmir Has Time to Deliver the Venezuelan Message. Puerto Cabello, Venezuela (By Ca ble). The British cruiser Charybdis and the German cruiser Vincta bom barded the fortress here at 5 o'clock p. si. and quickly silenced it. The bom bardment lasted tor 45 minutes. The fortress is composed of Fort Solano and the Castle Libcrtador. After the firing ceased the Charybdis sent ma rines to occupy the' castle. The fort ress was almost demolished. Three persons were killed, one of them being a German resident. The commander of the Castle Libcr tador has been taken prisoner. The cruisers are still here. At 7 o'clock Sunday morning the Charybdis and the Vineta arrived here searching for Venezuelan gunboats. The two cruisers sent their boats in...

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