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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 January 1903

1 THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME Are Never Without Peruna in the House for Catarrhal Diseases. ..insai . PM Hit. AND MRS. J. 0. ATKINSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO. jiartman received the following letter: II' wife had been auflerinff from a com- I'll ot aisesjges lot tne past twenty- buV86 oad baffled the akill of some ' , Vat noted physicians. One of her ClrcVibles wait' chronic constipation of mv "' stalling;. J t wasaBing through that most whicHi?'?' ne ' n woman yrJT In June, 1895, I wrote to OI nher case. You advised a couiise and Manalin, which we at nre y, fenced, and have to say it compli ely 7M-1 k Ck. Cl., V.R..U .kLi k- would have been dead onlv for these won derful remedies. "About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which had been of twenty-five years' standing. At times I was almost past going. I commenced to use Peruna according to your instructions and continued its use for .about a year, and it baa compretely cured me. 'Tour remedies do all that you claim for them...

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. — 1 January 1903

Brick for sale at Morton's yard. Harry II. Castor of Waterfall, while iu town last Saturday, add ed his name to our rapidly grow ing subscription list, and a dollar to our fund for paying expeuses. Tho civil engineers who are en gaged in running the lines for tlic proposed Bedford and Ilolli daysburg railroad have about completed the survey between the latter town and McKee's Gap. The ladies of the M. E. church of Warfordsburg will hold an oys ter supper for the benefit of the church at the vacant houso of Mr Win, P. Gordon, on Friday aud Saturday nights, January 9th aud 10th. Sale Register. Wednesday, March -1, Tobie Glazier will sell valuable personal property at his residence near Webster Mills. Friday, January 9, S. W. Kirk, administrator of the estate of Zephatha Moates will sell at the residence of William Weaver in Thompson township 2i miles north of Hancock, all the personal property of the deceased. Sale begin at 11 o'clock A. M., sharp. fiends Should Never Ache. Never endu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 January 1903

1 VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSUURG, PA., JANUARY 8, 1903. s NUMBER 17 I m i DAVID LEWIS. Tlic Noted Highwayman and Counterfeiter. (Continued from lnt week.) In the evening I repaired to tbe house in which I was born, situ ated in Hanover stroet, nearly op posite Dr. Foulke, and so strong was my affection for the natal spot that I stooped down and kissed the sill of the door, on which I had frequently sat by the side of my mother, aud enjoyed the innocent sports of boys older and bigger than myself,, who ' played around us iu the street I was anxious again to see the draw-well which stood in the street a short distance from the house, and expected to find the same bucket hanging in the well, from which I had often, unknown to ray mother, allayed my thirst ; . but finding a pump in its stead, I drew up as much water as cooled my parched and burning mouth, which 1 drank out of the hollow of my hand; but alas ! it could not .quench the consuming fire that raged in my bosom. The scene brought to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 January 1903

J the day coim thf O an i Ze r j Usp I c t .vt- f . STIR UP PUERTO CABELLO Qcrmagt Land Marines and Seize the Custom House. EXCITEMENT IN VENEZUELAN CITY. Th People Prepare to Dcleod the Town From tfca Invaders Calmer Feeling Prevails Wfcea l Becomes Knows Thai Iht Qermans Only Wasted la Clear the Port Arbitration CoamlssJoo. Laguayra (By Cable). The Germans suddenly landed a force of marines at Puerto Cabello and took possession of the customhouse and wharves before resistance could be offered. The ex citement of the inhabitants was intense and they prepared to defend the rest of the town. Streets already had been barricaded when it was announced th.it the land ing; pf the Germans was only a move ment taken in order to clear the port of small craft and render the blockade more effective. This had a calming effect on the people, who at first be lieved that the allies intended to oc cupy all the customhouses in the coun try. The revolutionists are active on the outskirts of Puerto Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 January 1903

"NO DIFFERENCE" Sunday Sermon By Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman. Csplaloa For (he Beaetlt l Uarafeaerat Maa Ooa of Iha Moat Dlfflcalt State tenia la All Ik BIW. Nr.w York CrrT1. The following timely and interesting sermon is one of a scries S re pa red by the famous evangelist, the lev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, it in onti tied "No Difference," and was preached from the text: "h'or there is no difference." Bom. iii: 23. This ia one of the moot difficult state inenta to receive in ull the Bible, and 1 can well understand how the unrcgenerate man would resent its application. 1 can hear him any, "What! no difference between the man who has fallen to the very lowest depth of ain and wretchedness, and the man who, boosting of 1iht 'morality, baa awerved only a little from-the path of duty and the law of God?" And the answer to , this question f both "yes" and '"no." There is a difference in hcinousness and degradation wide as the poles, but "no difference" so far as guilt is concerned, for both hav...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 January 1903

1 V au y f V, P V a 1 r ' ?' Vcg. He Nev r ic d .V I; UtjTQ.Y COUN TV-NEWS. Published Every Thursday. i 1 - . - i .I, B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. , , . A c CO N N E LLS 13 U RG , PA. JANUARY 8, 1903. Wished Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVKKTMINO IIATKS Per ,jiKtrc of s line 3 times 1 rs. Per vnmre e;ieh suhvernipiif. IiiMettlon ,V. All udvriN.'ni.-tir'. inserted for less tiian I l.iree month ehnrced by the square. ii nun. Hum. I r. ri.). I tio.00. ,0 ;.".(. I ohm. 1 M io , i.OO. I IW.00. 7VIO ':n- fmlrMi e,i unTl. On-h:iif rol'itnn.... One (.'nl-run Nn,Mntr Insert od for less thiin $1. Professional Cards one year I.V Till: CONFESSION OF DAVID LEVAISJ TIIF. NOTED HIGHWAYMAN AND COUNTERFEITER. t;oiiiiuuril from llrst ptiirc.) v.onriotl body, to the damp and unwholesome air to which I must expose myself, from lying on odo of tho stalls in the open market lluc- 1 entered with considerable reluctance, as I disliked to bo in debted for a shelter even for one night, to a pla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 January 1903

1 FULTON ' COUNTY NEWS. i (Onnllmipfl frmn First PokO . ' . " AI'HIL. 2; At McConnellsburg by Rev. Dr. Wm. A. West, Dr. John W. Mosser uud Miss Elizabeth W. Fishor, both of McCotmellsburg. 8. At tho bride's homo ia Ayr township by Rev. J. L.' Grove, Mr. Jacob Martin Myers of Mer-cersburg,-and Miss Mabel Ken dall of Ayr township. 15. At McConnellsburg by Rev A. G. Wolf, Edgar Moston and Rebecca Walker, (colored). 10. At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mellottof Ayr township, by Rev. Lewis Chambers, Mr. John Hendershot aud Miss Jes sie May Mellott, both of Ayr. 17. At McConnellsburg by Rev A. G. Wolf, Mr. Gilbert B. Mel lott of Ayr township, and Miss Lottie R. Whitfield of Union. 22. At Hustoutown by Rev. J. R. Melroy, Mr. Edward J. IIoo ver of West Superior, Wis., and Miss Millie B. Mathias of IIus tontown. 23. At McConnellsburg by Rev. A. D. McClosky, Samuel C. Yeakle of Hancock, and Miss Ar belia Summers of McConnells- ' burg. 24. At the residence of David...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 January 1903

TELL. THE GOOD. Had I the gift of tongues, Shakespeare' A thousand thaugliti com flocking to mj Den. A seraph's voice to nrnke hear'n find again, I could not tell the good I've found in men; Their kind (lecd have been numbcricrj; yet till I And myself sometime recounting ill! Had I the harp of Orpheu.4; a command Of all the language men understand. The kind act that I ace on everv hand I could not even catalogue; vet till Sometimes, forgetting thin, 1 name the ill! THE UNSPOKENJWSWER. A REVELATION OF A WOMAN'S WAY. 'V x v "L OOK hero, rlliy." observed Guy Maxwell to IiIh chum, wltli that air of superiority wmcti was peculiar to liini. meros only to-morrow :eft, nud I must arrange, to huve a few minutes with Miss I.yltleton. Nhe's til sort of a Kill who would ma!;e ti fellow : real good wife. I rather think she likes r.n and the fart that I inn heir to a baron, ctcy. with a rood income attached, will Jinve some, weight. I iuteud to have u try tomorrow." '"'guy Grant blew out a cloud ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 January 1903

Coughing "I was given up to die with quick consumption. 1 then began to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I improved at once, and am now in perfect health." Chas. E. Hart man, Gibbstown, N. Y. It's too risky, playing with your cough. The first thing you know it will be down deep in your lungs and the play will be over. Be gin early with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and stop the cough. Terae alias l Uc, Mc, II. All IranltU. Oonenlt yonr doctor. If he aya take It, then do aa he un. If h tana joa not to tka It, then doot take It. He knows. Lm, tt with him. We are willing. t. C ATKK CO., Lowell, IH. Cm Vwrse Than Useless. Few among us arc wise enough to Vnow when he has said enough. It was one oi our homely old philosophers who' said: 'When you've struck ile stop boring. Many a man has bored clean through and let the ile run out at the bottom." There is a world of wisdom hi knowing when to stop, especially in our efforts to aid others. Many a hint may be accepted where bald advice meets only VVf.en...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 January 1903

p V 1 iridic fir salt nt Morton's yard. Captain feklnirer spent -a -few hours iu town Monday. Harry Ott made a' "business" trip to Everett last Friday. Walter Smith, of Kminaville 8 pent a couplo of days last week nt McUonncllsburg. Attention is railed to the adver tisement for "Men Wanted" in another column. '. U. Scott Deuisaf'of Burnt Cab ins, spent Friday night at Mc Counellsburg. Mrs. Geo. W. Reisner is visit ing her pareuts and other friends i:i Philadelphia. Mr. John KnautT and wife of Foltz took dinner with Michael Knaufl'and family on New Years day. Malachi Litton and Samuel L. Simpson, both of Thompson, spent New Year's day in McCon nellsburg. Miss Lula Snyder of Tod town ship, spent the holidays ia Allen town with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Kapp. Rev. I tanglier 'h appointments for Sunday, January 11th, are: Autioch, 10 a. m. ; Oakley, 2:30 p. m. ; Mays Chapel, (5:4.") p. m. A well attended watch meeting was held at the Methodist church Wednesday night. The services w ere impress...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 January 1903

. ' a t ? ; f ! VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSBURG, PA.. JANUARY 15, 1903. NUMBER I 8 it i i r ni n DAYID LEWIS. The Noted Highwayman and Counterfeiter. (Continued from lot week.) After this, McGuire was dis patched to Bellefonte to recon noiter and seek out safe and suit able objects of plunder. Assum ing the appearance of a gentle man, he was dressed out in the best, clothes we could furnish, and in this character entered one of the shops with the pretended view of purchasing store goods, while his' chief intention was to gain information' and make his obseivation of the premises, par ticularly as to the manner of se curing the store At night, and the vigilance or carelessness of the owner. On his return we con sulted together about the danger we might be exposed to in case of a failure and apprehension, and linding that Governor Findley grew more unpopular every day, and his chances of success weaker and fewer, we were pre vented by fear from an open as sault, lest if caught in the act of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 January 1903

tISTRESS BY BLOCKADE Tkc Foaa Sappfles of Cat Off. Veoeiodant ACCOMMODATIONS FOR COMMISSION. BdM Aarttsstdor Witt Likely Prttldo Over lk Ceafcrtace Oemtni Fear that lbs Fardfa Stfrhxts la Vcaeiaela Mar Not Be Sal Aflar Mttlater Bawta'a Departare A Larfi Oatkerki Sees Mtalttcr Bowca Off. Washington (Special). A cabelgram received from Minister Bowcn at the State Department conveys the informa tion that he sailed from Laguayra for the United States Sunday, and he should be in Washington within a week or to days. The Minister also stated in his mes sage that considerable distress is be ing felt through the operation of the blockade in the cutting off of food sup dies. While arrangements have not yet been made for the meeting of the Ven ezuelan commission, some attention baa been given to the subject, and it appears that the United States gov ernment will be expected to provide ac commodations for the body. It is probable that accommodations will be procured in one of the hotels here, f...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 January 1903

UPPER AND NETHER SPRINS5 Sunday Sermon By Rev. J. Wilbur Chap man. Aa OM Testament Story at a Parallel to Illus trate Ibo Oreat Blenlofa Wo Receive from Our Heavoaly Father. Naw Yobk Citt. The following ocr mon if one of a aerie prepared some time ince by the Her. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, the distinguished evangelist. It ia entitled "The Upper and the Nether Spring," and was preached from the text "And he gave her the upper apringa and the nether springs." Joshua xv.: 10. Halt way between Hebron and Beershe ba there inc stood the ancient city ol Pebir. ItYas the city of brnine and book and the centre of intellectual culture of the olden day. At the name point now may be seen a. rude assemblage of atone hovela, many of which are half standing, but the othcra are entirely broken down. One of the names given to thil city, being translated, means the City of Brooks, or of learning what Athena waa to Greece the city of Debir waa to Southern Pales tine. It waa supposed that all the reoords ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 January 1903

i.i 7 rULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. Y. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. JANUARY 15, 1903. Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. ll.VfttTI.Hiyo BATES. Per injure of lines 3 times ler Hiuure e.ieh subsequent Insertion... All uilvertlsements Inserted (or lens three months ehurifri! . the square. ,l SO. 60. than :4 mo, i timos. I 1 vr. r,e-fturth eolutnu. One-lmlf enln'un.... One Column ..liMm. . . .YllO, ... 40.00. .o.oo. 411.00. 56.00. twi.on M.00 7S.0O Nothing Inserted (or less than II. I'rofi'Mlunnl t'ards one year &. WEEDING THEM OUT. "I smile over it even now," de clared the vrll known minister of the (tospel, who was in a reminis cent mnnrl, says the Detroit Free Press. "It was my first church, and I was ambitious to make a good showing. Wo were sidly in need of a new church, and I deci ded to make an attempt to get one. The congregation was not a wealthy one, and I fully realized that it would be a difficult matter to secure the nee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 January 1903

FUUTQN-COUNIY...NEWS. LOCAL MISCELLANY. Some people have new leaves to bum. Spring election Tuesday, Feb ruary 17. Tho bootblack never shines in society. Looking glasses are flat but never Hatter. No mau is too weak to turn over a new leaf. .The weather man began the now year right. Friendliness is never allied with flattery. Even a light lunch may be heavy after it's down. Sackcloth and ashes improve an icy pavement. The organ gr inder is always do ing a good turn. It's a good thing to be resolute iu your resolutions. Too many people keep their charity in cold storage. A man must be rather loose in his morals to get tight. It's a wise fish that knows when to keep its mouth shut. Tho value of money is most ap preciated when you have none. Iu the matter of new leaves, one good turn deserves another. It doesn't' make a furnace ashamed to heap coals of fire on it. Strangely enough an engine can't get up steam unless it is coaled. Filthy lucre must resulc from the fact that money is oft...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 January 1903

1 . r "Si- A ,. .. HEALTHY WOMEN . Praise Pe-ru-na as a Cure for Golds and a Provonfive of Catarrh. Mrs. M.J. Brink FIRST STAGE OF CATARRH. A Serious Mistake Which Thou sands Are Making. The first stage of catarrh is what is commonly known as "catching cold." It may be in tho bead, now, throat or hmxx Iu beginnin-yia sometimes so severe a to cause a chill and considerable fever, or it may be so slight as to not hinder a person from his usual business. In pciliaps a majority of cases little or no attention is .aid to the nrst stuijo of catarrh, and hence it is that nearly one-half of the peo ple nave chronic catarrh in soric torm To ncclect a cold ia to invite chronic 1 catarrh. At souu as any one discovers 1 which gradually grew wor.ie until my the first symptoms of catching cold he I throat was sore and raw. Ordinary retr.c should at once begin the use of J'erurj dies did no. help me and couth remedies accorjing to directions on the bottle. I nauseated me. HraJing an advertisement ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 January 1903

I FARM MATTERS. a ? Sheltering Cattle. ' I feed cattle of all ages, the bulk, however, being from one to three yearn old. One of the bet feeds I can get 1i two parts corn and one part onts for the first thirty days. Thereafter I begin to decrease the proportion of oats until the fourth month, when I feed my cattle on a full feed of corn. My belief Is that It Is the best to leave out the oats as soon n the cattle are In condition to stand a full feed of corn. Corn alone fattens cattle most rapidly, and puts them In a marketable condition quicker than any other food or combination of foods. I usually feed my cattle about four months. For roughage I use oats and flax straw. I have never tried cottonseed meal or any of the gluten feeds. As to shelter, I hove large, roomy, well ventilated houses. The cattle have free access to these, and go In nnd out at their pleasure. P. E. Thelps, in Orange Judd Farmer. An Ineipenslv Feeder. After the syrup has been made, pour It Into an ordinary frui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 January 1903

II rick for salcat Morton's yard Mr. W. F. Hart of Need more spent trfew hours in town Tues day. . Mr. Denton lleudershot of Bethel spout a day ,r two in town this wook. Charlie McGeehe aud Andy Fore of Burnt Cabins spent last ' S.iturday iu lowu. Mr. L. C. Kelly and L. K. Cliuo of Burnt Cabins were among the visitors to tho county scat Tues day. : ' " Holy Communion at Big Cove Tauueiy Ev. Lutheran churv h Jan. H, 19t:i, at 10 a. ni. Prepar atory service Jan. 1", 12:30 p. tn. IJuck Valley. (;ir young folks are making pood use of tho snow. Di'uth. visited our community last Friday ,riud called away Mrs. Stephen Mtllott. Mrs. Mary Davis has recover ed from her illness. Mrs. Mary Brady was visiting friends in the Valley. The protracted meeting will be'in at the Christian church "on the 15th. It will be conducted by Rev. A. Ii. (iarland. Miss Clara Sharpe of Locust (I rove was visiting in the Valley last Friday. Nathan Spade has - gone to Hyudman where he will be em ployed in the mines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 January 1903

(Ia aim tv n VOLUME 4. McCONNELLSBURG, PAM JANUARY 22, 1903. NUMBER 19 DAYID LEWIS. - The Noted Highwayman and Counterfeiter. (Continued from lata week.) Before the separation of my companions, we had previously agreed upon meeting together at the Bald Eagle. I found them there waiting for me with impa tient auxiety, and after account ing for my detention we stole a canoe and proceeded in it until within a short distance of the Big Island. Here we put to shore, and wearied with carrying our stolen burthens, we burned a part of the goods of Messrs. Hammond & Page. The smell drawing some persons to the spot, a discovery took place, which ended it the ar rest of M'Guire. Connelly and I now separated to wander in the adjacent hills, each taking his rifle and fixing a plan of firing and whistling, as the signal for find .ing one another. The next morn ing we crossed the river, got our breakfast, and run some bullets at a house close by; we now start ed for the Sinna-mahoning; and rea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 January 1903

DROVE GERMANS AWAY k Veaeiuelan Bombardment That Turned Out a Failure. DNLV THREE MEN WERE WOUNDED. feather Skilled Fori Sin Carlos. Which Com aaoaaaads the Entrance lo Maracaibo, and Alter aa Hoar'a Excbaoge ol Shot and Shell, Retired The Commandant Claims He Forced the Warship to Retire. Maracaibo, Venezuela (By Cable). The German cruiser Panther shelled Fort San Carlos, at the entrance to Lake Maracaibo, for one hour. The fort re turned the fire with four guns. The I'anther withdrew in the direction ol Cu racao. Fort San Carlos is 22 miles from Maracaibo. and commands the entrance i f the lake or inner bay. The correspondent here has received 1he following letter from General Bello, the commander of the fort : "Sunday afternoon at 12..10 Fort San Carlos was attacked and shelled, without any provocation on o-.ir part, without previous notification or the delivering of n ultimatum, by the German cruiser Panther, which tried to force an entrance. After a fight lasting an hour, durin...

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