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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 January 1900

Mrrzr?o fuaci - , rtTiri ahott falter down cJrnw Tfill-y . il battle tarrlsd Into long: 'fin Ihnlr headlong obarR th ,tT'r(l horsnmeo rail, 'log rooks repeat thnt fading , l?Ms wlinra eaiiles hover, day- j,j,.lriS IHO Ull'l lBnF itpi, Sling ononis speed tbe musical 1 1! t,ta " ainons of the Trumpet to th , i.mkel your splendid robe out- ,' JW, lovely Bluter, for your " y Brother' sakel 1 iwerd Runs have spoken; we ionquere.1; they are broken, ii 1 1 of morn before ttie morning ln iM ,ar mntntn-nsli for neighbor In a 1 " , thmider-rlRnd, aodilun turf beneath a stormy ',!', Ing, round whose enimmbered bo uuoounled dond were drifted 1 to set Its haughty folds so t"f jod hor drooping vesture wltU . i. rnor's lieedlasa gesture, , ii t: "Yn, and should my 'brold n, ifr. bs spread, ."tlidrsa ol my glory lie about it nnd Bry: "I thtul oues who followed where Tbelr fans In the grass: lift tbHlr draggled plumes to ,, bem as they pans. , mal mighty Brotbor.tbou dld'st r' mm nn esiltt other """...

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 January 1900

FULTON COUNTY NL:VS. Published Every - Thursday. 13. VV. Puck, Editor. ' McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Jan. 18, lwo. Published, Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vert i si mr rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in ar workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. REST. . ,' IIV KATlIKIt UY AN. My feature weuried, nud my hiiuds lire tired, My H(ul oppressed And I desire,, wlmt I huve limit desired - Kent - only rest. TIs hurd to toll when mil Is almost vulti. In burren wiiys; 'Tlx hurd to sow -und never imrner (train. l In hurvest duys. The burden of my days Is hard to beuv. Hut (i(Ml known liesl; And I have prayed but vain has boen my prayer For rest sweet rest. "Tin hard to plant In Snrlntf and never reap The autumn yield. Tis hiird to till, und 'tis tilled to weep O'er fruitless Held. And so I cry u weak and human cry, So heart oppressed; Amkso t ntk-h a weak and human nIkIi . For rest- for rest....

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. — 18 January 1900

WI ON COUNTY NEWS. WASH DAY. ry. how do inuwin' (l.v! ijah, fetch do rope! uim, pit de laundry lye , bur ob yulhir Hon). dat Jumpin' fr de rails, o"t no tinio to pliiy, rs i on llllin' ii ill- pails, HII',' din am wnshin' day. Iiey, fetch you' ma de blue, i stop u-diggiu' ,lh't: y, what (im All to doV in to df Kernel's Hliirt, i to face lit thunder frown hab'iiim take off pay; yt'ing is upside down Sf din am wtishin' day. (band, you s a lazy conn, o dat bawngry look! '""J want you' grub at noon I , . 'se got to Im do cook. i h sprawl out on do groun' i;u puff yo' dirty clay; i no place fo' men aroun' ! dis urn washin' day." liieahfonkss in war. t lecture iu Providence, K. -i other evening Mr. Charles is Adams of Boston called ion to the striking similari- f.wemi the tactics ol llie h in the American lit 'Vol u id iu the War of and Ctios they are pursuing to- South Africa. Mr. Adams A this characteristic "bull- P'Jness;" and ho claimed ill ae cause of American iude . nee in 1775 and ...

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. — 18 January 1900

. ... NEW YORK FA2fflON& II Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in the' Metropolis. t Nw Yoiik Citt (Spooial). There -are so many way of finishing off a bodice at the throat nowadays that i the only difficulty is which to choose. From tailor-made suits up, every kind of costume has it neck arrangement in laco, lisse, chiffon, satin, sillt or combination of all of these. Iti the cut on the left ire have a dainty decoration for the throat io Alenoou lace. The design is known as the "Lonis Quinze" that tncmaroU hav ing supposedly worn cravats of this style. The stock has a foundation of white satin covered with the lace put ou plain, bat frilling about the upper edge iu a very graceful way. This frill is much deeper in the back than iu the front. The jabot of very wide lace is draped most artistically and apparently held in place by a couple of small diamond buckles, .Sometimes the cravat is a combina tion of cravats, such as the one in the centre c f the group. There's ...

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. — 18 January 1900

V held Hint. on whlnh th liouse- f!il)ui linsrn, IK in ana. " .... . ilrlng don nlealy, so that th wear ' ij.eral may be the admlrntlnn of all. ol fulling Ik a small matter, anyone nl il.jan do tbat, bnt to have the linens 'Ml tbat flexible nnd rIomt appwir ''Blter being Ironed requires a fine 1! y of starch. Huhlngcr's new Inunrlry starch, n't Cross" and "Hullngr's Best" m i are bin latest Inventions and the " atareh ever plncel on the market; Jt: starch mndo by a nnw mnnnfna j' but a now stnroli by thn lending and n'lnnufnoturcr of line laundry starch United H ate. , now mnthod ol (titroilimln this n (with tlml'mllcua Chnln Starch Hook 111 la yon to Kt one lurtto lOo. paokniTH ,'eil Crms" rlnrnli, one lnr 10. puck ,,(f "nnDlnRnr'a Reft" atnp'h, with tlio tO tru, two beautiful I'.liiikii.pcnni jj' l, or one Twentieth Century fllrl cnl- all for Jo. Ask your Rrornr. '".IHehmond I.Mi'oinnllve Works h.i.i re- ,nn order fruin the Chenpenke anil Jlnllroail for tweuiy-llve coiicoIIiIiiumI...

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. — 18 January 1900

(ioldyinith, the Tailor. Canned Corn, Feus, Peaches, Peurs, uml Tomatoes lit ilohinson' Croocry. Don't forgot the I'iblo Normal con ducted by F.ldcr .1. Kurt. Miller at the Mel 'onnollsdulo church next week. John 1). Rockefeller advises young men to keep a careful record of ull ex penditure and receipts, ho that lit the end of every year they niay tell wheth er they lire Having enough to provide against the inevitable rainy day. "It in." be says, ."the best means of checking foolish expenditure. Most anyone," he adds, "can make money, but onlv a verv few know bow to save It." The Ladies" Home Missionary So ciety of the Presbyterian church will give a Colonial Supper at the home of Miss Mary Pittmitn on Thursday even ing, January 'St. The public tire in vited. Isaac Morgnt of llt.ni oik has le cently purchased Thompson Pick's livery at that place. Thompson is slowly regaining his health, being able a few days ago to take a short drive. George W. Cooper has sold his ho tel property at...

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. — 25 January 1900

ff. cay I ton 'S )LUME 1. McCONNLLLSBURG, PA., JANUARY 25, 1900. NUABER 19. "lISS. ELIZA COOPER. OSt.tie ago of 87 yours, o montliH, lays, Miss F.ltzu Cooper, the !c rvlvor but one of ono of tlio old jllles in this community, passed i ie goeneg of earth ut her home 'towmihlp, lust Suturday even- iar ' father, J'rasmus Cooper, was t i Ireland In 1770. Arriving at I of manhood, he came to Amor Dr d chose McConnellsburg us his ' About the beginning of the i! a 802, he was muri-led to Miss tontgomery, sister of old Jim 11 ntgomcry, one of the early mer of thia place. Mr. Cooper til. Bed a tract of lund near town, e farm occupied by Mr. John U;i;:id It was then, after putting up now the log part of tho house l y farm, that he and his bride (housekeeping. In 1824, he ad ;i present stone part of the build- , 1 i-. and Mrs. Cooper were born, children:' William, in 1H03- jjvKS3; Mury, born in 1H05, grew "l( wa8 marri.id to John Logan, ; er of the lute Thomas Logan ' g. John M. Sloan. They re...

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. — 25 January 1900

THE NEWS. A report comes fr.nn Chicago that as result of I ho reran t agreements of the trunk Una officials, separate city ticket offices will be abandoned In Hiltlinore, Philadelphia and other chins, ami Jolut oMces will bo substituted. Tbe tobacco growers of North Corollna have agreed to mil none of their product to the American Tobacco Company for Bvo years. A. 8. Van Wlekln it Co., nonl miners at Oolernlne, Pa., have advanced the wage of their men two per cent. It Is reported thnt forty thousand miners In the anthracite region of Pennsylvania nave decided to strike. Thomas McDowell, the llrst mayor of Sac ramento, Cal., died nt Suth ltiver, N. J., aged eighty-three. Henry Hmith died In Rockbridge county. Va., aged elghty-ulno. lie bad HUH descen dant. f (,'nptnln Charles I.. Htnelo. of the Eigh teenth tufuutry, died at Fort Ilayurd, New Mexico. Home Egypllnn cotton wits received In South Carolina, tho llrst ever sent to that 'state. Me. riyun made another move at Norfolk In the ...

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. — 25 January 1900

A WOMAN'S PROBLEMS. tiiffiirs a ' nlesred away, Tt1,rnl,l,irn H 'i,ln ipljts .1 to thick "Hwust """i1 prepare, 'i oK illrni'tlom, nlt.,j roll! she fuels niM. raado seteotloos. '",isMiirs m nlenreu away, s tlint I nppur will "i word changed Ml-t.tt for supper?" 'tt It, thm eometblng new, .(!, and thoa begins prrp rmloa. Whsn snpper thing are cleared away, Again n-r mind li worried. For then thinks ot breakfast time, When meals are often hurried. Bhft ponder o'er It long nntll The qnestlon I dualdud. Then bustles 'round till she makes sure That everything's provided. That "womiin'i work In never done" Has often been disputed, But thnt she's worrie I la a (not, And cannot be refuted. The worry over whnt to est! ' Is greatest of time questions. And Rind she'd he It tome one else Would make the meal suggestions. fittaburg Chronicle-Telegraph. )fhl,f II bjcrkn nrn tlallT wet luvt. ( sprlntr from old regrot; ia e innt nnto our ears r, ess the wast of rears ,r,i'.a "f '"'-'"I speech , ' won...

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. — 25 January 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. STAGE-COACH DAYS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. PliCK, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Jan. 25, 1900. How the Bedford Stage-Driver Managed ! the Judge, i . FROM THE PEN OF JUDGE HALL. I 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 workfnanlike manner and at consistent prices. A MISTAKE. It costs nothing to bo ordinar ily polite, even under adverse cir cumstances, and it generally pays. A passenger in a sleeping car, who was tired and sleepy and wanted to go to bed, called to a man who had just entered the coach and was hurrying through it: "Say, isn't it about time to have these berths made up?" "What do you take me for?" angrily replied the other, stop ping and coming back. "Do I look like a sleeping-car conduct or?" "No," rejoined the tired pas, senger, looking up at him, wear ily. "You do not. I beg your pardon. My ...

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. — 25 January 1900

Son county news. lH AND Til KIR CARE. ;inur msikcs the family Hit- $om more pleasant in the evenings of .winter than "i of liyht from well cared simp. Not just one in a iroon'i, 'round which the "family' gather, getting in flier's way nud light, while fners are dim and dusky, fc cr three, that shed am jht around. Kerosene is it is the cheapest illumi an has ever known, in pro 3 J to its candle power, and fough one of the "detosta-1-pnopolies" everybody is a;k i . . e is no economy m using It Ripest quality of kerosene, ft still less in poor lamps or ones. The illuminating Of a lamp is in direct ratio lis" of the wick. A tubu per an inch and a quarter ieter will give more light Jgas jet Two of them will ate a room well. Student "iare excellent to read or j,V as they are nicely adjust )cus the light upon book or 1-i Do not let cheapness ou in choice of a lamp so its ability to give light, uhoosing a lamp, take one a broad base; it will be 11 lily overturned. A large H'i desirable. The...

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. — 25 January 1900

V? TlTTTTTT TTATT7 (I Designs For Costumes That Have Bo 1 , n . . i . it ivji. i: Nkw Yobk Citt (Special). The shape, material and trimming of jack ets are the topics tbnt are uppermost in the feminine mind to-day. i Two popular novelties appear in the accompanying cut. One in iu dark lrown olotb, criss-crossed with nar row linen in white braiding bordered with yet narrower lines in black far. These cover the sleeves, lattice fash ion, as woll as the jacket. The fronts jare tight-fitting and have a line of scallops down the middle. The hnsqne is scalloped as is the high, rolling collar with its finish of narrow black fur at the edge. The other jaoket is in bright blue cloth uud its front fastens over a narrow vest-like piece in scarlet cloth, stitched in dark blue. JACKET NOVFXT1ES Continued upou the shoulders this est expands into quite a shoulder cape. The foundation of stitched cloth is fairly concealed, however, by the broad innor facing of ermine. Ermine forms the very high col...

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. — 25 January 1900

J It! iecpteble ;i),l M.r oo; tliejr all the . Inn thiy RPt them. Who in thar filil r-funo Mich works it art when nn Ri-t thmn for almost nothing. Sur irrooer for it coupon bonk, which T'il l yon to irot onelnrRS 10c. pnek '' "licl Crosa" ntnrch, ono lnro Me. "" IB" of "HoblnRiir's Host" starch, with fwnluma. two 8linUoparo panels, ihS In twelve bnmitlfiil color, n nnt An'ii lll. or ono Twnllth Cunttiry Girl ' t'jar thi flnent of lt kind ever printed, i:K ' H 17.13 March 25 was the beRlmilng nl "i-anl year though Jnnimry 1 was uni fy fflcoKalwl as N,sw Vrart Day. " twomnrTrWoxt HI.Ib ltilll.'an Club. f'W Voi hnn nnilrtnk(n to mi tlint the " 1 1 1 ii law U enforced on Sunday. Ho; h" )l F ft 'die Time By The Forelock. ' ' Lj'f .n ntf n7KM overtakes you. Zl ihtt tired feeling, the f&tt rheu " pAin, the first utarnings of impure ,rt .Tuinifest, Uhe Hood's Srsp V' tnd you 'axil rescue ymir health And REV. DRJALMAGE. THE EMINENT DIVINE'S SUNDAY DISCOURSE, "'tir.f.. t Ktrlous sickness....

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. — 25 January 1900

Goldsmith, the Tailor. Sliukcr'n Dried Corn at. T'oblnson's (jfroe-ry . Cnlifornlu I'eiiehcn lit ('.('. Itcndcr'n for li cents a pound. Tlie potato crop tlie past HeHHon was the largest sinee 'IK!, but ryo fell olT over IS million Imshels. Go to V. liender's for l'dikes Best CofTcp, 23 cents a pound. Head not much at a time, but medi tate as much an your time and capa city and disposition will tflve ou lea vp, ever remembering that little reading and much thinking, little speaking and much hearing, Is the best way to become wise. H. H. Minnich, who has been living on tho Runnel farm on tho turnpike at tho foot of Sideling Mill, will remove to Kverett In a week or two. Mr. Minnich last week lost a very valuable horse, tho result of a kick. Don't forget . the Colonial Supper given by the Young Ladies Missionary Society at Mary I'ittman's Thursdiiy evening. Vou can get your supper at any time after live o'clock as long as there Is anything left to eat. LOCAL FARMI RS' INSTITUTE. Thero ...

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. — 1 February 1900

mm McCONNELLSBURG, PA., FEBRUARY 1, 1900. NUMBER 20. J ME 1. Kl PHILIPPINES. letter from charles t W1SSNER. ISLAND OF CEBU. Z of Its People. ReliRlon, :ind History The Para Jise of the Orient ;;h the courtesy of Sena mder, we are permitted sh the following letter , Yissner, a former resi iiia place, now a memher my H., 19th U. S. Infan i writes from Cebu, or it is sometimes given on i, under date of October a. bag day has passed mdo my last note. We ila on the Indiana for the ' Cebu, one of the most it of the Viscayan group, r it. on the map. 4H0 E. of Luzon.) We skirt ialand of Panay and several days at Iloilo, 2st city of the island, only two points on that nl ns we lay in the har ouldhear firing at the i almost every hour of . The 1st battalion of nessee Volunteers were j our Hrrival that they company us to Cebu, and turrj to Manila, where uld embark for theStates. dent thing I ever heard md there. On the second ur stay in the harbor, the iee boys had all their bag board and all ...

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. — 1 February 1900

THE NEWS. The bill providing for separate cars for Whites nnd negroes on the railway passed tho Virginia Henuto without u dissenting vote. Tho governor's approval Is a fore gone conciu-lon. In a collision lietwnen n special pnsenger train ami a freight train at Wayeross. Gu., fifteen passengers were injured. The Phllndclnhla coroner's Jury found four persons responsible for the dnth of Miss May Blblghuus In thn opium Joint. Tho Caniijoluirle (N. V.) Nntioiinl Bank suspended, and E. J. Graham, nntlonnl tank examiner, wan placed In charge. Hlx hundred operative nt tho American Hide aud Leather Company' tanneries iu Lowell, Mm., went on a strike. James and Am oft Pierce with arrested In Cheater, I' on suspicion of having mur dured George D, Eyre. Frederick Lempke, a Christian scientist, committed suicide by thrusting hi head Into red hot stove, HU thousand dollar' worth of diamonds was stolen Trom Joseph K. Davidson & Ban in Philadelphia, The third dynamite outrage In Leadvllle, Co...

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. — 1 February 1900

t, lolJ i n'ir tresms, my boy. for yooreyestosee, iu tm to worm or jot 0VE3 THE WAY. Mod of tbeOught-to- in tin Hunt that your feet will tn.U (;lxim on the wayside of lnr.r'l to grace your head 112 to crown you ns you puss. i irbln cnt)easr.rt broad estates, ' 01 Its to every wish fnlflll. 1 i hi"t nt the castle gates J and cnger to do your will. 'jjllrg springs to renew your lei tot your least re- fc-ifnl stiiilei .;,to fun y with love and ruth, , jbft lUal LSOSSUin lino iiw woo. !01"fi(5woo.' tinging with songs of Hk ti:nrituoiu feast where I 1 1 are Diet '4 '"c THE FARMER'S To (treat yon with tanderand honest words. And never a theme that you might re gret. Ah! over the way of your dream It lies This land of the Onght-tn-Be, so fair; This parndliie of the eloudloss skies, Where the Boat and Right nrn every where. Tonr childhood Urea In thin happy land. And the lored one lost In the year ago In the glow of Its glorious sunlight stand And tenderly beckon yon thero, 1 know. What ear...

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. — 1 February 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Lvery Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Feb. l, 1900. COUNTY CENTENNIALS. SOME VALUABLE HISTORICAL DATA IS GIVEN. 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. visit the schools. If a man would start out totisk the tirst thousand pa rents lie met how many of them visited the schools attended by their chil dren during the past year, prob ably not more than tifty could truthfully auswer in the affirma tive. The greatest drawback to the public school system today is the lack of interest shown in it by parents. They imagine that when their little children are bundled up in the morning and headed toward the school room, then and there their responsibility ceases. They are willing, for some inexplicable reason, to turn the early life for the schooling ' ...

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. — 1 February 1900

ilJLTON COUNTY NEWS. UASI KOAI) MAN'S PRAYER. ka o!d railroad man was con JUid, so the story goes, and r nslu'-A to load In prayer. Tlys Hhc way he worded it: "O Lord, j.W that I have flagged the dev Jif t up my fet from the rough 'ld of Bin, and plant them safe st! the deck of the train of Hal Hou. Let me use the safety hp of prudence, make all the iplings in the train with the iong Jink of Thy lovo, and let flantorn be the Bible. And, Evenly Father, keep all switch closed that lead off on the sid U fn, especially those with a bliud JL 0 Lord, if it be Thy pleas have every semaphore block 'h tg the lino show the white "(it of hope, that I may make ( run of life without stopping, id, Lord, give us the Ten Com iidmeuts for a schedule, that en I have finished the run on ledulo time, pulled into the Qat dark statian of Death, may u, the Superintendent of the ip4vertie, ? say 'Well done, thou Id and faithful servant,' come ' h sign the pay-roll and receive j ?r cboek for eternal happi- ...

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. — 1 February 1900

7 2 '"M' v'i';'".! i7-s'yTT'; v-.-'::?". Z'-'Z-- NEW YORK FffllOM g Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in the Metropolis. I Nuw York Citt (Special). "One i always hearing of that amateur mil linery genius who takes a few notes through the shop windows, goes home, investigates the family scrapbag and 1 CAtXINU GOWN OF Ht'MtEItnY CLOTH AND BROWN VKLVBT. produces therefrom a confection be tide which a Pariaiau novelty seems positively shabby. One bears of such Wonders on all sides, but it has never been my luck to see one of these torapbag reincarnations that was not Uamally home-made in every feature," laid Mary Dean, the fashion expert, are from the very first showing of the coraiog season's wash shirtwaists, the first one being a particularly desir able model. It has fourteen box plaits on the front, a French back, with Ave box-plaits down the ceutre, aud the new Dewey collar. The new V or fau-shaped tucking is illustrated in the second one, the front having two bias clu...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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