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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 December 1902

"MVP IN THF SIMSHINF" Ao Elequenl Sunday Discourse by Dr. Chapman. Filth Produces Men. ind Their Llvlnr In the World If Contending For the Fllh--Keep-Ing in the Love of God. s New Yornc Cirr. The following nor mon, entitled "Live in the Sunshine?' haa been furnished for publication by tho dis tinguished and eloquent evangelist,' the Rev. Dr. .1. Wilbur Chspmnn. It tm nrf.ai.hpn fmm tUm t.v " W in the love of Cod." Jude 21. Jude'i is cne of the briefest of All the letter in the New Testament, containing only twenty-five verses. It is. perhaps, the last of the epistles. Though the date is not definitely settled, it was probalilv written after the destruction of Jerusalem, when most of the apostles had finished their work. There is a most delightful spirit of humility in the letter. The writer called himself a servant, and the bondsman of Jesus Christ and the brother of James, and that is a, beautiful modesty, for, in fact, it is generally believed that he was the lord a own brother an...

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. — 18 December 1902

Published Every Thursday.1 B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSliURG, PA. DECEMBER 18, 1902. Published Weekly. 51-00 per Annum in Advance. .uiriHrni.iu uat. IVr s.i'iiiri' or K lines H times It N. Per utiure euoh mibse(urnt lnertion.... W. AH H.lvei-ilt.'inent Inserted for lesa than three month charged by the square. ' "s inos. rtinos.M vr (' io.r.iiir!h col. mm ( m-hn f e.tlumn ' );ie Cnli'.tm . .i.v. I fc.ii.uo. t.va . . ;s.i. io. ix). soon , .. 10.00. I Ni.OO. I 7.1.00 Noti'tui: Inserted for less than It. Profowlonal Curds one yearA. tin: confession of DAVID LEWIS Tin: oTi:i HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Continued from tlrsl puue.) bersburgUitner was accompanied by a young m m who I think was called Hendricks, very unlike another of the deputies, who as sisted in bringing me from Me chnnicsburg to.Carlisle, his name I caunot remember, though I shall not forget him if I was to live a thousand years, as I was very forcibly struck with the con trast of character between th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 December 1902

FULTON COUNTY NEWS.' IN DARKEST IRELAND. Mr. Hugh Sutherland's Master ly Presentation of the Irish Cause. The North American Is .pub lishing a series of letters by Hugh Sutherland on conditions social, industrial and political as tlioy are in Ireland. The first ar ticle) was printed December 8, and -was followed by others which, for graphic description and masterly presentation of facts, have no parallel in recent newspaper writing. They will continue until the subject is fully exploited. Mr. Sutherland is fa miliar to newspaper readers. As Commissioner foi- The North American to the Boer Republic in tho concluding days of Kru ger's Presidency, as a staff cor respondent for the same paper in the mining districts of Penn sylvania, his work attracted wi 'dest popular interest as well as tho closest consideration of the students of economics, political and otherwise. Mr. Sutherland is conservative and of the widest intelligence. His articles are of unique interest, as they are char act...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 December 1902

ift KWi life NPpNP III -fr- mil--- -i I II I " CANTIQUE 0 holy night! the stars are brightly shill ing. It is ihe night of our dear Saviour's birth! Long lav the world in sin and error pin ing, Till He appeared, and the soul felt its worth. A thrill of hope the weary world re joices. For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn: Fall on vour knees! voices! DE NOEL. o O night when Christ night divine was born ! Truly He taught us to love one another; His law is hive, and His Gosne! is ljeace; Chains shall He break, tor the slave is our hrotlicr. And in ills name all oppression shall cease. Sweet hymn of joy in grateful chorus raise we, T.ct all within us praise His holy name, Christ is the Lord! then ever, ever praise we; Ilia power and glory evermore proclaim! CALM ON THE LISTENING EAR OF NIGHT. Glory to God!" the sounding skies The Green Man wnlked bac into the hole, And rvter was left alone In the quiet forest; It seemed stiller than ever now. He looked hnrd at the gros t'ben In Ills...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 December 1902

BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS Of America Use Pe-ru-na For All Catarrhal Diseases. Woman's Benevolent Association of Chlcaito. Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh, President Woman's lienevolrnt Association, of 327 Jackson . Park Terrace, Woodlawn, Chi cago, 111., aays: 'I uttered with la rippe for seven weeks, and nothing helped me until I tried l'cruna. I felt at once that I had at last secured the right medicine and kont stead ily improving. Within three weeks I was fully restored." Henrietta A. S. Marsh. Independent Order of Hood Templars, of Washington. Mrs. T. W. Collins, Treasurer I. 0. O. T., of Everett, Wash., has used the great catarrhal tonic, I'eruna, for an aggravated case of dyspepsia. She writes: "After having a severe attack of la (mppe, I also suffered with dyspepsia. After taking Pcruna I could eat my regu lar meal with relish, my system was built up, my health returned, and I have re mained in excellent strength and vigor now for over a year." Mrs. T. VV. Collins. If you do not de...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 December 1902

1 Brick fur sale at Morton's yard. If yon are not a subscriber to tho FuUou Couuty News, begin with tluj new year. A one-dollar bill will bring it into your home wry week throughout tho en tire year, VM'A. Don't be imposed upon by ta king substitutes ofTored for Fo ley's Honey and Tar. All dealers. Mrs. Mertie Ilarr of this place Vii.i s this method of announcing that she will take a limited amount of plain sowing, and do it at a plain price. For instance, aprons nvulo for 5 cents. A kidney or bladder trouble run always be cured by using Fo ley's Kidney Cure in time. All iVuh-ra. There will be a local institute at McNaughton's schoolhouse on Dee. 2C, l)t2. Questions for dis cussion : 1. What is Your High est Aim As a Teacher, iu Your Method? 2. Tho Value of an Education. Jl. Discipline iu the Schoolroom. There will be some literary work. All friends of ed ucation are invited to attend. James P. Keefer, teacher. Foley's Honey and Tar positive ly cures all throat and luug dis eases. R...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 December 1902

VOLUME 4. McCONNLLLSHURG, PA.. DEC EM HER 25, 1902. NUMRER 15 DAYID LEWIS. TIk Noted lllaliwaymnn and Counterfeiter (Continued from lust week.) It is but justice to Sheriff pit ner, and Mr. llendrick, to say, that in conducting me from, Car lisle lo Cham bersburg, they treat ed me as well as I could expect, particularly the latter. In the afternoon of the same day that I was lodged iu the jail at Cham bers burg, whore I was shortly after my confinement gratified with a visit from his excelleucy Gov. Findley, who opportunely had arrived at Chambersburg nearly about the same time. He condoled with me on my present misadventure, and after the jailer and spectators had left the room, we had a private interview, dur ing which we conversed freely on different subjects, not necessary now to mention, but any person will wrong Ilis Excellency, if he supposes the'eonversation related to an office. He never promised mo any such thing, nor did I ask one of him. His Excellency did not remain wit...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 December 1902

POWERS WILL ARBITRATE 0 Great Britain, Germany and Italy Send v Venezuelan Answer. 'BOSUN'S REPLY IS UNSATISFACTORY. Dm t Iti Reaalrttntats SiM to B An Apol tr Fro Castra Asks Amend tor the Arreit ! Coasals and Sicklag f Legation ' Eattaadt Chief Coacera la lor Adequate OaaraalM Hay Will Ask Allies ! Recede. Washington, D. C. (Special). Secre tary Hay has received partial responses from the Governments of Great Britain. Germany and Italy respecting the pro posal to arbitrate the Venezuelan dif ficulties. Great Britain is favorable to arbitra tion with proper safeguards. Germany accepts arbitration in prin ciple, but finds a multitude of small ad justments to be made before entering into the agreement. Italy, as the junior partner of the Dies, declares that she is favorable to arbitration, but will be bound probably ly the action of the senior partners. As far as England is concerned, the safeguards referred to are believed to relate to the question of guarantee, which is full of dif...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 December 1902

"SECRETOFHISPKESENCE" Sunday Discourse by Rev. Dr. J. Wllbui Chapman. (attrnttlv Meitife Suiicsted by One ol th Most Beaullfnl Expressions la (he Bible. A'fiw 0iiK Cm.--Iho distinguished vangelit, I lie Kcv. ih: J. AVillmi- Cliap man has never delivered u more eloquent and convincing message than in contained in the following sermon, entitled, "The Secret o( Ilia l'l-csi-nee.'' It was preached from the text: "Ho that dwellcth in tltn secret place of the Most High ohnll abide under the shadow ot tin; Almighty." IVnlm x.ii.: I. To mo thin in one of the raott beautiful expansions in nil the Bible; beautiful he rn two it is poetic, tint more than that ioi the reason that it holds up before in one of the ere test privileges that can eomf to the children of God. There is n difference nf opinion as tc who the author of the I'sahns may be. We net into the wav of thinking that David wrote everything in the Psalter, but Moses is the author bore. The Tal mud nvribes not only thin one to him bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 December 1902

i ULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. DECEMBER 25, 1902. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIIV KRTIMI NO BATES. I'rr vriuart or lines :l times l !0. Per si) .Hire oa.'l) sul..eolleiit Insertion.... to). Al! i.uv.Mti-tMiieuIs inserted for les than ! i;e i.niii;.tM ehurKod by the square. :i moi j ttmos. 1 yr. ('n:-i'.)'!'!'i coUmn I.V"i. I f-D.llO. .'- 00 One -Viif c.l'.imn ,'"."i. 40.00. t"0O One ;.i.'imn U. I W.OO. 7... (Hi Nothinr: Inserted f,r l?ss than 1. Provisional Cards one yearlft. Tin; CONCESSION or DAVID LEWIS TIIK NOTKI) HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Continued from tlrst patfe.) what was fining on, and discover if I could which of the inhabitants had the m ist money. According to the talk of those I met with in the taverns, I was led to believe, that the three richest men in that part of the country, were a Mr. Shnrp, David Sterret, and an old gentleman of the name of Keehan or M 'tveehan. From i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 December 1902

.FUIJON .COUNTY NEWS. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. . At I.BHt IHn Auhes Will Kcptwo After Numerous VtclsHltiiiicn. To the tnin'd that can stop long enough in Ibis ago of hurry to think of tho past the imposing cofOMdny of depositing tho re mains of Christopher Columbus in the special mausoleum prepar ed for them in the Cathedral of Seville is an event of interest. It was appropriate that in this cer emony the coflin containing the remains of tho "Admiral of the High Seas" should bo borne by Spanish seamen and that one of tho chief dignitaries in the pro cessiou was the Minister of Ma r'mo. Tho remains of tho discoverer of tho New World would appro priately have found their final resting place at Havana but for tho war which rolled up the last part of Spain's map of posses sions. Among the questions that were passed upon by tho Peace Commission that met in Paris in October, 1808, was the disposition of the remains of Columbus. The Duke of Veragua, as the lineal de scendant of the great navi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 December 1902

LAUC1I IT Don't put on your far-off glasses hunting lion in the. wy. Don't go prolmi; 'round for troubles just ignore them, day by day Don't go sighing: "Yes, 'ti pleasant ju.-t at present, hut ah roe' There's the Borrow of to-morrow win-rw will all our sunshine he?" If the mt is in the future find has been then all the while We can keep it there hy laughing till we make the other smile. If the worst is in the future, let it may there; fur we know That to morrow s always threatening to bring u no .mil no, But to-morrow with iU sorrow never conies within our gitc, For all time i mil a pageant of these busy o!l In-dit) Let the worst stay in the futuru where it has been, all the while! We can keep it. there h" laughing till, the others start to smile J A TRAGEDY T1IK uiiiht express was making its customary pause at tiruti thaiu .station while the en gines were changed for the next long run, 1li() miles, to Yolk. It was not ft crowd" d train, us I easily perceived wheti I alighted villi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 December 1902

. A Kaln tii Uau. "During my en life I have exper ienced many kinds of showers." said the enptaiti of an English steamer, "but it remained for me to feel the effect of a rain of hats cm the trip down the coast from New York, to Baltimore. One night, when about ten miles off the Dela ware, we were suddenly being struck in the face and on ov.r head and some times on our bodies by myriads of birds, as we supposed. VVc were not long, finding out that the attack was from beats of bats, if I may apply that term. It was Willi difficulty that those on deck could protect themselves from injuries from their sharp, finlike wings as they flew about in all directions. We ran out of the flock during the night, but next morning we captured a number on deck, where they had fallen exhausted. I took up one which had under its wing an in fant bat which it had carried far out to sea, and during the time it was beating about onr decks against the rigging, boats and smokestack this tiny infant had held o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 25 December 1902

Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Horace N. .Sines of Dickinson College, is spending his-holiday H it AWAY. 'y biUl l,uUll"m vacation with his parents. Mr. llc"clt visi'J P. parents, and Mrs. J. Nelson Sijxs. Don't be Imposed upon by 1a king substitutes offered for Fo ley's, Money and Tar. All dealers. Campbell Patterson, Clarence Trout, Mis Alice Dickson, and Miss Irene Trout came up from Philadelphia to spend Christmas at home. A kidney or bladder trouble can always be cured by using Fo- ixy s Kiuuey l urc in tune. All dealers. Harry Irwin of the Williamson school, is spending the holidays with his arents, Mr. and Mrs. .Ino. A. Irwin. Miss Minnie Keisner of the Millersville State Normal is spending the holidays with her parents in this place. Foley's Honey and Tar xsitive ly cures all throat and lung dis eases. Refuse substitutes. All dealers. The Editor and family very much appreciate the thoughtful uess and generosity of Mrs. John Tice of Kuobsville in sending as a Christmas pres...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 January 1903

T ' 9 '3 i "STONING JESUS. Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. Chapman. J. Wilbur A Plea for a Pilr Consideration of the Claims I the Rellfloa of Christ Anything Is Better Thsa lodilference. ' New York City". The' following sermon entitled. "Stonine Jesus." nm lireached tiv th am tiy th great evangelist, the Kev. IT. i. Wilbur Chapman, from tlio text: "Then the Jews took tn up stones again to stone Him " John x: 3 31. The shining of tho sun produces two effecti in the world, one, exactly the op- Iioiite of the other. In one place it en ivens, beautifies and strengthens; in the others it deaden, mars and decays. Ho it is with the Gospel of Christ. It is unto wrme "savor of life onto life;" unto oth ers it is "a savor of death unto death." 8o it was with the coming of Christ into .the world. He brought to light the truest affection and the deepest hatred. Men loved darkness rather than light, so Christ's coming into the world could only disturb them. t If you go into tho wood on a summer's day,...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 January 1903

r t FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. JANUARY I, 1903. uoiisnea vveeKiy. ji.ouper Annum in Advance. AOVKKTtSISO RATES. Per square of 8 linen 3 times. '1 SO. ISO. ban Per square each subsequent Insertion All advertisements inserted for lent ed fur three month charged by the square. H mew, I limn, I yr. One-fourth column. One-half column.... One Column ..tlH.Ort. . . .(. ... 40.01). fJO.OO. 40.00. 56.00. . .00 M.00 7.V0O Nothing Inserted for Icaa that. It. lTofesslonal Cards one yei- i tft. THE CONFESSION OF DAVID LEWIS THE NOTED HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. (Continued from llrxt pe.) mid night, and suffered the most excruciating pain from a lacerat ed shoulder and bruised body, lay on the damp earth until day break without any mitigation of pain, or relief from sleep, appre hensive that the dog was mad, 1 endured the utmost anxiety, ter ror and suspense for nine days; after the termination of that pe riod my fears ar...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 January 1903

4 FULTON COUNTY NEWS. LOCAL MISCELLANY. Happy New Year ! Learn to write 1903. All the heroes don't draw pen sions. Pepper aud salt are always in season. . Even happiness may become Z monotonous. o A girl may lose her appetite without being in love. The one-legged man buys his shoes at so much a foot Many a man who dresses well is not a credit to his tailor. The man who sets the pace gen erally has a large following. It cannot be said of the mathe matician that he dosen't count. The doctor seldom tries to cure people of the medicine habit. Even the patent medicine man isn't in business for his health. Absence may make the heart grow fonder, but so do presents. Great personages are generally disappointing at a cross range. Take care of the pennies, and k When doctors disagree it gen tly takes an ftutopsy to decide. ou may burn your books, but mylthe smoke will come in vol- whi of tnan may wear a smoking . quep V.thout having clothes to 3'.rn. The average boy outgrows his trousers fast...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 January 1903

OLD TIM& DESTRUCTION The Amhui came down like the wolf on the folii. And hi cohort were gleaming in purple and moid; And the nhcen of thiir spear was like tarn nn the sea, When the lilue wave roll nightly on deep Galilee. Like the leaven of the foreat when summer lit green. That iiu.it with th?ir banner at uai weri :cea ; Like the l"ao of tlic I'o.-cU when autumn had biawn, That host on the morrow Jay withered and trown. For the anr.c! of death prrad hi wing on the I)I:ih;, And breathed in the fj.-e oi the foe aa he p.iss'd ; And the eye o" the r.locpcr wjx'd dead!; nnd ehill And their hearts but unco heaved and fotcver giriv aliil. 7f LIVING CHESSMEN By George Ethclbcrt Walsh. "J" I HIS happened before you boys were born." Uncle Harry asserted, stretching himself In th; easy chair. "It was when I was quite a youngster myseli. I didn't have as easy a time of Jt then as boys of to-day. I bad to earn my living when I was thirteen, and before I was sixteen I had been around tho wor...

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