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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 February 1900

ttg ft mtitmi McConnellsburg, pa., February 22, 1900. NUMBER 23. WE 1. adiesturn. l,,,:'jilVr:.HirTHE EARLY eloc op THE. TURNPIKE. nips is r wh, son nior; Ki.rrv (;iri.s. Reminiscences of u j M.iceon the Turn- the l oot of Sideling II ill. 'traveled across Sideling i,i from sutuvia u ,j ,l fai the turnpikcVund do you ke ua n In the pike just as , tr,f io laHt fields and enter the Lj.r? Coming down the lp i id reaching this point you Itruck with the grand pros f . Jyou. To your right lies 0 k-kinu- Creek valley extend- i Pc'.'j"tac, a distance of twenty-live -miles, over the if Licking crecK, milium., th state of Maryland; I,, i F the amo valley ",ukkbove forty o , over -Iiik the wS.i r ion c ive lect 'ki )0 extends miles, to the townships of und the eastern part county, drained iv tne Sreek emptying at Mount LttllfV being broken a lit- by un almost imper- ler shed. As a back ground, o the height of more than feet the Scrub ridge, the .1. .. nl 1. T U in, anil income uun while the va...

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. — 22 February 1900

THE NEWS. Tbe took Committee of the Methodist Zpheopnl Church, Ht Its session In Chicago, fixed th salaries of the cfTootlvfl bishops at 4,760; missionary bishop 4,60. Surrogate Fitzgerald, In Now York, dc elded thut thu Vanderbllt flvc-mllllon trust fund la not exempt from the Inheritance tax. , C. B. Mnrkle ft Co., nnthrnclto oonl mine operntors, have Increased tbe wages of tholr 1,800 employes flvu per cent. Mrs. Thomas McKenn, of Philadelphia, ling g von 'J5,(X)0 to tlio University of Pennsylvania. Hnlt wan tiled In tho Circuit Court In Frank fort, Ky., Iy lovrnor Tnylor to enjoin Deckhnra and Castleman from exorcising the functions of thu respective offices they claim. Peokhnm nlso II led n milt against Tnylor. Judgo Tuft, la the federal court silting In Cincinnati, decided that ho hnd no original jurisdiction, tint that thn oiiso might ln car ried to tliB Hn promo Court on writ of irror. Flood dlil considerable damage both in Now England mid tho South. Towns In Ver mont, Massa...

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. — 22 February 1900

Si I mm THE OUTf OSJ AJ VALLEY FOQE Well sun are fur who slcln by slda iMeot death wiul shout and fllerj But whnt or li!rs "rho mutnly rtlod With never a comrade near? Wll sunn r thv, the first who (ell Alone their buttle linn; Tlmlr enrl tholr children' children tell, Their grave 'tis grown a siirinel But he who died by nlsht, nlone, An outpost In the Know, (rusting, unknown, on bronze or stone) Fought butter than we know. Aye, he who wMohed thro' his long night, And unseen Hosts dolled II tonjtht end won the nobler tight, In tne darker death he diod! General' hone, with the empty sad die, holsters and pistols, the cofnn borne by Freemasons, the twelve principal mourners of the household, the Masonic Lodge, the corporation of Alexandria, the farm hands, and other men nnd women of the neigh borhood. The Be. Mr. Davis read the service of the Episcopal Church and made an address. The Masons performed their rites, aud minute OSOO'JOOOOOOOOOOi fftitort's Last tj ears. fib- V.: Wife at M...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 February 1900

( FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Publbhcd livery Thursday. H. W. i'l-CK, liditor. McCONNilLLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Feb. 22. 1900. Published Weekly. jS 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be jjiven to applications for ad vertisim,f rales. Job Prinlin, of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a.workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. A SON(; ()!' .MISTI:!! SATAN. Siitiin never eome Will a 1 ;i tir iti er de drum, Will ile blown' er de Initio lio'n; Tin lies 1 1I y (), Km ho eref) up blow, Mn ho leave no truck, I nk' a rabbit In tie snow; lint he yot you who' en you lio'n! I e up en it way At le brenkin' er (le iluy, de lurk done llylit in de co'n! I'.n his lit' his hat Whar ile winner at, F.n projiek i-oiin' Twell in? lay liim Hat En he goi you, sho' oz. you bo'nl () sinner, come 'Ion;,' Ter de pospel song- Don't wait fer ile. lmjjlo ho'n: I'er Sat i n lay low, Kn he ereep up slow, I'.n he leaven no track, Lak' a rabbit in ile snow; Hut he not you sho' (v. you ho'n! TR...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 February 1900

"; I LION c "lUAJ I iKiiLAN I) VALLEY d STUDYING OUT OF DOORS. iat In Being Done for School Chil dren in Washington. i:inl)clli V. Hi'own titllH tlie i t ml- if St. Nlclioln about tlio outilimr lite that (ire pursued by the hi-IiooI- klroli of Wnalillieoli, I'. ('. 1 lie lilrcn ir tlie national capital mo tog to l'arls lu InrK" niniibers by kl(i!iii)!!. lVrliapn you would like t-e n few of them before tliey Hct I on tlielr lone Journey. NtMcral !reil pictures hove been tnken, f, S-eBciitin all the pnules. and hIiow- (the pnpllH at neth tlielr imloor anil lof-tloor work. I)o you ko to an out- th: Sonr nrliool? If you eonie to Wash. 1 , ton, you will find elanHeH KtudyluK "''tits n ml nnlnialH, liUtory, coverii iflfat, (seography .sclenee and art, and fvhi" on t lii h work in the parks, ,lr' Q, woods, IlliriirU. public bllllil )V. i or art galleries. Suitors 'rom dltl'ereut pnrta of the 11 itod Elates nru freipiently surprised icr the eoursc of their Rlhtneelnj;. to " (o ziernHS IhcHp...

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. — 22 February 1900

NEW YORK FASHIONS. Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in the Metropolis. M mit that there's raoro of it to get out of shape, and disorderly generally. On thing, we munt be careful in "Snvf York City (Special). This eity in the point where all milliners Ct their lirnt selection. Th new f M'niNO MODELS FHOM PAHIS. O- Empire. 2. Trlnnon. 3. Chautilly. . liner. 5. Dlreetolre. style indication already approaching is leaving on one Ride toques, borots and round bats of the folded and cum bersome o I'd nr. Theae will be re placed by picture hats, which in point of style will astonish the world by the time the early season begius. Marked favor is bestowed on all sorts of head wear approaching the Directouo and First Empi.'e styles either in shape or mode of adorn ment. , These will be huge straw affairs 'with wide brims, filled in between and on top with magnificent flowers, pre ferably roses. Lots of lace, with strings tied under the chin and flow ing over tlio front of the gow...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 February 1900

r-7 m tiiiucc CLI L t IftLmftULi fJJNETn DIVINE'S SUNDAY PIl-COURSE. XVhnt llallgliiil noti For Hi 'i'extinn of numan Tlfc llxllcion I illumeCare or the Jlealtn tr I lirli'lrm KiilV. m c l o! an lloly noi ' ilturs or mur Its wulli ' m Is n God ilnfyliip sue ' fti callgrnphy In every '' nil nlivuinlnvlniil if, . li. C Thin sermon of Dr. r' ij rfut nit gospel for thin llfo h" I nut and utiows what religion r"lli iirnl'inentlon of enrthly exists !t.I'Ul:'i tel., 10, "Wltli long nr i'ty turn." Ii iiin m:take of lit frlonils rellg 1 kmi i'h:iily nsaoi'liiU'd wltU sick 1 (.rnv'j iir'ji. The wliolo subject 'lVoopin I odorous with chlorlui fcllci mM. Thero nro people wlic :5,,nn.' fin wonl religion with- iiif In It the clipping chisel of thf l(. ct(i. It In higli time that till! ,., nu.mvij nud tluit religion. In ilntf rimroseoted a hearse tc tfin JniJ, should lio represented v Jut ,M Lloh too living ro to trt 'In. ff 'ron' wilitmctlnu from Milt y . Is i glorlons addition. It U 1: curative,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 February 1900

Goldsmith, thu Tullor. Prime CUmr Heed at Ii-win'H. Kltvtion rpturns next wi;k. If you want anything repaired, send postal eard with mi mo and address to II. U. .1. II. Dlnley, Amaranth, Pa. Watches, clocks, and sewing machines repaired In the best munner. Refer ence if required. Satisfaction guaran teed. Prices reasonable. Light re quiring of every description. " Yon can bny at Irwin's Canned Corn at 8 cents a can; 12 pounds Hominy for 25 cents; the. best Vunllla Syrup, 30 cents per gallon; IIein.B Sweet Pickles, 10 cents per dozen; cocoa, 10 cents per box; 0 pounds Flaked Oats, 25 cents, and all kinds of Groceries at lowest cash prices. Miss Mary Selsor of this place is quite ill from something like a partlul paralysis of her entire nervous system. It Is now seven weeks since she was able to walk across the room. Kegular services in the Methodist church next Sabbath morning, and in the evening, at 7 o'clock, I lev. Mr. Ash will preach in the Presbyterian church. If your items are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 March 1900

Alton C0swSg McCONNELLSBURG, PA., MARCH 1, 1900. NUMBER 24. ;SR KILLED. 3 J5 ERAKEMAH ON A r;s .f.!am Boemer For cfi::s Place. ipr,f Shannon.Illlnois, J MrR. Adam Boemer in place was killed on sti-ai Hallway on Friday ult. He 1 supposed to rk ly a low bridge, and r until they reached a a in.Oy was thrown off the centrifugal force In in.T the curve. Gazette gayg he was a r road and wag braking cl of an extra freight out ,!,! passed through Ga ,a at 12:05 a. m. It was mil? had reached Kant ;w !)i akoman wag mi mgh search of the train londuetor Frank It. Me et the train. ThlB fall e location of the broke , watt dispatehed along a orders to the traln rators to look for the Johu Ivery, night ope jrtfti;o station Instituted I Home three hundred ,he station lying paral n;k tho man was found nwai d, apparently dead, le a closer examination A that the man was dead rently been so for some I cold and stiff. Short end brakeman was pluc ne of the early morning en to Dubuque. Later returned to Ga...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 March 1900

THE NEWS. At a big moellng of B er sympathizers In Detroit It Wus decided to on II n conference la thnt city fi.r the purpose of Instituting n movement for mediation nnd arbitration of the Brltlsh-D er war. Manrlen IMIIugo wound up n spree In Philadelphia by IwnplDft from tlie Chestnutf Street Bridge Into the river. Hj wu Usbed out. Tho two-mnst-rt schooner .lime C. Harris whs wrecked off Cupe Hunry. The ore w of three- was saved by tlio Oregor. Inlet lite savers. Mrs. Jessie .Scully entered suit In FhII Itlvor, Mush., for divorce fro.n her husband, who lind been lior grandmother's coachman. Notwithstanding n rnlu nnd snow storm, Dewey Dny wiim enthusiastically celebrated at Wheeling, nnd thirty thousand people crowded tho streets to catch u glimpse of (ho Admiral. Wllllnm II. Jackson nnd Jnmes Cnry, both colored, wero sentenced to thirty days In jnll lu Winchester, Vu., for passing counter feit money. There wore Bimplo but Interesting cere monies nt thn driving of tint llrst spike ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 March 1900

J rsTf THE FAR OESICN. hoof. i,tr, M (.rh't'nff. .,,1 of Onldt .Oir-nil of gold vlllpw, iOV,' f" 1 nnt lorn tlio wuvlnnl "IS, 'Plhn Death In I he !""" nlR'if. DHn mvh nnd fiillliiit tl rtt, fluns blent nnd nieaninlt', Orlnf nml rn-t nwrniliw". TrnM, hope nnd hold till thrimd. Entile nml itoI-I tlin thranri! Follow. Tim ilnrlc olmll Blow, And the Rind pnttorn liow la Its comiltn-. rout Wheolor. lio. 1'JB Win ; L rl)1 t J 'IIk, 1 'lUivf v"dl. o U ! Ul. urm. F,J :,'ljl 1 t.L HOST OF THE VAN VLEETS. NCIKNT n 1 weather-beat e n , the Jiou.se of tbe Vn Vleots stands on n Mil. It wns r;.o;y tnnnsion ia thtj days R"ie ,y, sod, nntwilh etnnding ft hint of ,ilnpiilation here in d there, it null vrul oiut of renpeotahil ro modern houses ""xi .... i it lint, little hv wu' iinoney has slipped "lot's grusp until there riftinc sum nnd the it old-insbioned to I N. Hlil 'llii; ;ili h 1" i. Hit, e Van Vloct lives in 'ly t too with hor one ser 11011 .English mastiff, but , r solitude is enliv ''k1'1 a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 March 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, March 1. 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. "HE LEADETH ME." WrittPii for Thb Nrwh by Luuru S. In pastures preen? Nut aiwiys! Some' times He Who knoweth best, in kindness leadcth me In weary ways where heavy sliadowsbe Out of the sunlight, warm and soft and bright, Out of the sunlight, into darkest night, I oft would faint with sorrow and af fright, Only for this ! I know He holds my hand! So, whether in the green or desert land I trust, although I may not nnderstand And by still waters? No, not always so Oft-times the heavy tempests round mo blow And o'er my soul the waves and bit lows go. Hut when the storm beats loudest, and I cry Aloud for help, the Master standoth by And whispers to my so...

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. — 1 March 1900

CON COUNTY NEWS. WOLVtS IM DENVER. (rn of That Town Chases In a ii'ficy Two of tha Beaata. tclliiiK ft"'' exceedingly novel jvint was one of the Incident of Jt life yesterday within the mu llTilta of Denver. The hunter ii strange chaao wn.8 Norrls j, editor of Mecca, a weekly eper published In this city. Two knd lively prairie wolves, which hed on the car tracks near the t avenue entrance to City Park, Klmrod SpriRK's quarry, fcg renldea on Park Hill. Just be trie rastornmoBt bounds of the fH left home for his ofllce 7 30 o'clock In the morning, lu re u, te a Colfax avenue car. rnwrod the point on the track I a stop ta made for the accom 'Son of visitors to the park, tho 'was startled by seeing two big, jrolvcs trotting between the rails Shim rst ha believed himself the vie- a delusion. It was too late In ty's growth, he thought, to henr Olf's Ion howl In the streets of nr. But Just then the pair of I hnltcd and howled as one wolf, prl&g concluded they were real, 'an old hunter,...

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. — 1 March 1900

NEW YORK' FASHIONS. 1 ij Designs For Costumes That Have Be $J come Popular in the Metropolis. Nhw Your Cirr (Special). Tho ewest head-dresses adil not height, bat breadth to tbe wearer. In oonse qaenoe, they are not so generally be- Mm 0k. SMART TIKAD llRKSKS. coining, but a change is what fashion in ever after, evea if it bo a change for the worse. The upstanding sprig of tuaideukair aul ivyiugroeu velvet, so novel bnt a few week ago, uor Hud themselves displaced by the regu lation clnssio chaplet of ivy, such at bound tba head of the victor in tho Olympian games or the winner of the prize in a pooni-oontest. ltosa nnd geranium loaves also appear in this tame chaplet fashion, and one merit of the wreaths is that they may be worn with the hair dressed either in Grecian or up-to-date Parisian mode. The first figure in the cut shows the effect of this broad head-dress. Upon ing. Tho first is in cream ponge silk, with insertion and lace, and is worn over a colored silk; the other is in...

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. — 1 March 1900

if tt Do Things by Halves. ftiiws the condition of txe&lth could be de ns hdf-sick and half- You may not be ill I) go h bed but too Hi to be luippy i km' in your home or your business. ,.bc uhi!!y tuetl ? Your dragged fet'inq b d"e Pr blood And y-ltkt. Ilskt yw blood rich by us I'fd's S.irsnprilU. It uvrlts to k'tn; thtrt is nothing like U. I jfl' Feeling - "My husband l itme heme from tvorh so tired fie ''imffy move. Ik begin Uking 'itjirsjtpjrill "d it cured him. It '' fy aH't headidics." Mrs. A. J. ! , V Oih St.. FaU ver. Mrs. i. jpiiHrtirc Il7r III : thi-nun lrrltntll( t'u I'fc'ilc i- Liki"wft!i'"ii.(j'' Mr'niipariiia. sfetluiial Beverage of England. I : an enormous Increase In tiro pt ion of whiskies Imported .cotlsiul and Ireland Into Eng Jf tne present r.te of lucreaan iphlt tride Is maintained, Eng rlll presently havo adopted fas tlw national beverage.. He-dig ground aa the people demand Jng stronger. Tho dlscuRslon of Itlvc mi rlts of the whUkien has cut !! Interesting ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 March 1900

lilt. hLVtrai. About six thousand men employed In the (trim I to qunrrbwof New Kngliind tin ve struck for 3 ixt dsy and an eight-hour day. At Burr, V(., irhore two tliuuaud tnenae em ployed, a Oomproml-e has been off. -etc, I. The biifn of J.'H. Whet sell, near Martin burg, W. Vs., wns destroyed by an luoen diary flr. Farming Implo.nout und stock were uIho lost. Id IllrlinioiKl William Miller, convicted of the inurdnr ot Beverly Cur s.hin, was sen tenced to eighteen years In the pHiiltentl.iry. llev. F. J. Brooke, of Ktnuiitori, Vii., Iiim accepted n mil to the Second Presbyteilan Church of Alexandria. A passenger train was wrecked nu Plain ville, Ut. Two tr.iliiuion wiTj killed und nine passengers injured. John K. Mnhrer, olio of the pioneers of At lantic City, died on rallroud truln near Niagara. Charles H. I.iiIr, of Chicago, shot his bro th fr and fain s stcr-iu-liiw while Intox untod. Another shipyard luny b established la llii.'hmoud, Vs. I'nusuiilly heavy und 'deep snow storm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 March 1900

THE OLD OACUERREOTYPES. , BT JOB LIHCOLH. in tbtmill 1 1 found thsm, locked In tlm oailar chsst. 11)111 ,i,jtt IT - . " Linj ns , ' . uuai coats Rny with stripes, iKUarrnotynK). fcr the fiowomd (towns lla folded, wlileh n I the qnwir old Jnekots and tli walVci ''"ly to'l ol i worn-out fashion ttitw.) old u.ik " nlnt Httls folding esses fastened with tiny hook, I'Cm.lnKly to tmpt on tn lift up tlio latch nnd look, Sines or purple velvet, odd little frames of irold, -.fcllnfj tho laded faces brought from tlio dnys of old. ' knrlnii And grandma, taken vr o Ions bro, i. antlrnn's honnt a marvel, RrBndpii' Pollar a show; liter a tiny toddler, with Hons on her nnby hnn1s '"'lolmi Ut nono should notlflo in Rllttorlnn, glided band. J ills and nneles nnd consin, n stnrehy nnd stilt nrrny, er nn( lirldni, thon bloomlnc, but now no wrinkled (ind gray, a tbrouuh the misty Kinases they gam nt mo, slttlnn liarn " Bolus tho quaint old cases with u smile that lit bnlf n tear. d ill) smllo no more, ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 8 March 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS, j Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. - ; j AcCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, March 8. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per . , Annum in Advance. 'Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad v'ertisimr rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. "TOK PARTY" Till: I.ATI.ST. The, town of Dushoro may bo on top of tho Alleghonios, and ru ral as to some things, but it is not altogether behind in novelties. Tho latest in that direction was a "toe party," which took place in the town hall last Friday night. This is the way it was done: A row of pretty young women were drawn up on the stage behind a curtain, and one by one stuck a bare foot under the curtain for the inspection of a number of young gentlemen. Then the toes were auctioned oil' to the highest bidder, whoso privilege it was to accompany the owner of the toes to lunch. The toes brought all the way from S?5 cents to 5. In so...

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