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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 December 1903

I 50 t Hair Falls " I tried Ayer't Hair Vigor to stop my hair from falling. One half a bottle cured me." J. C. Baxter, Braldwood, 111. .Ayer's Hair Vigor is certainly the most eco nomical preparation of its kind on the market. A little of it goes a long way. It doesn't take much of it to stop falling of the hair, make the hair grow, and restore color to gray hair. .i.Mstei.. knuntM. If your drupelst cannot (tipple yon, send us one dollar and we will express juu.uwbvir. nv Bur. .no KITf IDB tUlQlfl i jour nearest express omce. Address, Speaking of Trained Pigs. : Owing to Its obstinacy and aeemlnf stupidity the pig is usually classes among the dull animals. This, how ever, ts not a just estimate of its In telltgencc. "Learned" pigs that could pick out letters of the alphabet hav been exhibited at fairs. Throw a pig Into deep water and It will begli swimming ' ashore at once, which If auua. emnrjxj . more than most men are able to do " In France tney nave Deen trained tc hunt for truf...

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. — 30 December 1903

J Wreck . Ohio Rah. . 7 klcadc t lerriricle. tea Mr, fo- V 3 tnr.. .ill!? til Intra i- .iint lio.d our h.ippinns! mile, . .(n. a row IJropwd from her ha" word, a look, a f inrae are to rp" ' " An air nalo "r ton's at the edge of town Mi .'XdUfc'lltoiikTntinHtrin TO. an of, Washington, Jj. C, is spend ing his holiday vacation here. Buy one ! What? Taylor's new up-to-date atlas of Pulton county, lidco $2.00. --v , Mr. and Mrs.'-M' W. Tritle of Waynesbortf have beon visiting Rt their parejfts duriug the holi- Many presents are packed in Fort Bedford Coffee worth more than you pay for the entire pack age. Mr. Geo. C. Scott of this place, who was critically ill a few weeks ago, has so far recovered as to be on ,ho street again. Uncle Sam Bender of this place is to be congratulated on an increase of pension from ten to twelve dollars a month. Fort Bedford Coffee costs you only lc a pound more than other coffee and is better, and also con tains a handsome present. Mr. Will Hoke of Saxton d...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 December 1903

30 of louc 1 . ,1 - . -r i.. v r M Wreck . sr Bplcadc lerrific.le. liea Ml". I'lnNKPi, 4 1 1 to- " ... v- lnrneJ s .V - 7. ;iflf tll. na am It A .mile, a ; J., Dropped from b . ord, a lop' i hpe arr . .alo b ""-rtou's at the edge of town. McNaughtouiJohnHton.Ksq., p- or. Washington, l). C, i.s spend ing his holiday vacation here. Buy one ! What ? Taylor's new A up-to-date atlas of Pulton county. l'rico $2.00. ' V.Mr, aud MrsA W. Trifle of ? gf Wanesbory have been visiting .! l$,JreJts during the hoU- days. Mauy presents are packed in Port Bedford Coffee worth more than you pay for the entire pack- ago. Mr. Geo. C. Scott of this place, who was critically ill a few weeks ago, lias so far recovered as to be on t,ho street again. Uncle Sam Bender of this place is to be congratulated on an increase of pension from ten to twelve dollars a month. Fort Bedford Coffee costs you only lc a pound more than other coffee and is better, and also con tains a handsome present Mr. Will Hoke of Saxton...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 January 1904

5 pve ourselves to tin pmctice ot tne ore feood of man VOLUME 5. Our double trouble im und Iber -hv doubt ia not etale of eqitilin iMoit on mwaru trip lie, it. rnnaeet for dmiM. if nnv , 'win ne Hhnll knir Hi d 11 Hie now?" of pray tliink fl' reality J v ( ,i tinl" m 1'ut your 11! II V . LT II II II 1 7 0M RClAl REVIEW. CoodMoos. weekly review i of i.r.i h to n McCONNELLSBURG, PA., JANUARY 6, 1904. ON THE MEDITERRANEAN. Miss Alice Wlshart Continues Her Jour ' ney to India. CHRISTMA' IN ST. PAUL TRIP ONE OF INTEREST AND PLEASURE Ha Her First Experience with Seasickness la Crossing the English Channel Olimpse of Paris aad Marseilles. Marseilles, France, Dec.4. We reached here from Paris last night at eleven and 1 m trying to get this written so I can mail It before I sail to-day. We are at the grand hotel Du Louvre a-el- ite-la-Paux. Now isn't that b name? My! but it is fine here! "V From London we went by ra.1 to Dover (noted for its whte cliffs) and took a steamer across the English...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 January 1904

i I Ha- Yargo fiistcr J Ar- I'iiitc to rc- lifc. Nel 1; oil the own Mcth I Burlington, Vt Jloinr Viscontcnt the I the XTily hurt as Vcar accident Vrnpany has pur l properly of the fll Company, the Vis extcrjded iu- h tlic 1'lllVlT- ulvaflaijc i)f Y'i of the lvho was to 1 l.i- llnnd Valley A., resulted in mil the injury Tlic fire in Chi fof John C. I'iit- j ui v-na i iwi 11.3- j 1 tenth lloors of yw York, ic Iprnpcrty. I riiilc Mooily "i Avenue fi man (I and .Jobbers. (known as liter, died ijr a con t express rdoncd by 24 years in " f tlie Ediiar have-'accepted a years old. confessed icity in the Youngblood murder at , Lot. . Fred Tabst. head of the Pabst trewing Company, died at li is home in iilwatikee. Three men are in the Newark City Hospital as the result of a tire in their ime. The Morning Star Thresher Factory, apoicon. t). was humeri down. be National Kollmsf Mills, at Mc- esport, have resumed oncrations. The Clyde Stcainshin Cor.inanv has lemanded in New York $105,000 for im...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 January 1904

SIRE METHOD WITH DOUBT A BrHllaat Sunday towi By Rev. Dr. C. T. Qoodell. 0e Not Be Isssatlewt Wltk II. Oily Coallant ( Jnav Tewatd Ik Llhl Ysa It U. HiooKt.Y!. N. Y. Sunday Bitrniiifr. in ihe Hns Place M. K. I'buica. the f!ev Pr. Chnrle T.. Oondell preached n "A Sure) Method Willi Donlit." The text wm taken from Peniel v: 16, "Aid I have heard of thee that I Hon canst make iater pretattnn and dissolve doshts." )r Uoodell mid; IP Daniel were alive ts-dnv. with hit ability to dissolve doubt iiniinraired nd unimpmched, he mould he the busies! man of hi time. And vet ms is nt mora aa e of doubt time any nthei which nreeeded it. There waa infidelity hundred Tram ato ia ur auiversttiet and a flippant skepticism iiuom eililr-ut ed people which ia now quite outgrows, hut it will alwava remain true that every generation muni untie i tn awe doubts. The feneration ia mnde nw of the inrli viilual and Ihe area' iincali'ina of the soul arc personal 'Miex'ietia. The? mat h wroiiiht nut lor tin- iu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 January 1904

r- rr -n V X FL i. TON COUNT V NL'Vo. i'jblished Every Thursday. B. .'.. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. U-CONNELLSBURG. PA. JAN3ARY C, 1904. Published Weekly. SLOOper . Annum in Advance. AliVSHTIMKO KATBR I'er a.fuitre of lino 3 time II 60. I'er frjuure e:iob sulMeiiinini Insertion.... 50. All ailvi'rthomeiits Inserted for ICM than three month ''Irirced nv the squire. jf mm. mo. T yr. 'i.ie-fonrth i'ol;imn. ti'i-finlf column.... 'm Oilman .i.vm. ljn.no. tM no . ii.cm. 40.110. 60.00 .. 40.00. I 66.00. 75.00 M'tihln Inserted for lew than II. IVm'evdormi ('iirdBoni year6 Look Out For Pneumonia. Pneumonia, which has been claiming so many victims this winter, is now looked upon by physicians as a communicable di seise, and liealth Commissioner Uosley of Ualtnnore says that people should exercise the great est care, particularly those who are suffering from colds. In this connection it is well, says Dr. Uosley, to keep in mind three ex cellent rules: Avoid undue exposure to cold. Cold and d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 January 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Some Ingorsoi watches are pncUoil h presents in Fort Bed ford Coffee. Alex Sloan of this place, spent a few days in Philadelphia last week. Did you get one of those lovely Plush ChataKlne Bags m your pack of Fort Bedford Coffee ? Mr. L. (J. Mellott and family of Cameron, 111., are visiting the former's pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Mellott of Licking Creek township. Try a pack of Fort Bedford ColTee and get a handsome pres ent in every pack. Misses Myrtle Snyder and Minnie Smith are visiting the Soldiers' Orphans' school at Scot land and friends in Chambers burg this week. Happy Boy! Uis mother bought a puckage of Fort Bedford Coffee and secured a knife worth 25c. Long and short slabwood for sale at Spangler's mill at Knobs ville. 3t. Mr. Nathaniel H. Peck, of Am bridge, Pa., is visiting his mother Mrs. Nancy Peck, and other rela tives and friends in thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 January 1904

r X) r THE rTLLJr WHO CAN WH-STLE. The fellow who nn whist! when the world it going wrong la tli fellow who will make the most of lit'; No matter what may happen, you will find him brave and atrium He's the fellow who will conquer in the trife. The fellow who can whistle when the whole worlil seern.-i to frown It the kind of man to stand the bittle'i brunt; Tie' got the proper metal, and you cannot keen him down, For he's jimt the aort that'l needed at the front. The fedow who can whistle ii the fellow who can work. With a note of cheer to vanquish p'.oi ding care; II J aoul is fined with music, and no evil shadow lurk In tin active brain to foster grim despair. The fellow who can wliwte is the "tramp" card of the deck, Or the "whip-hand," in the parlance of the atreet ; No petty care nor trifles can his buoyant snirit cheek For ft unny heart can never hr.rv feat. i!t oa Tlie fellow who ran whistle- he naturii a p. an, And he cheers hi lulling fc.Io.v -men ft'ong, There is no room f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 January 1904

...... -3ritrw;w-""ifmTPwt-w'i.' r V -Tf COMMOOfltflE NICHOLSON OF OUR HAVY Recommends Pe-ru naOther Pro minent Men Testify. Commodore Somervllle Nicholson, of tho United States Navy, in a letter from 1837 II St., N. W., Washington, D. C, says: "Your I'eruna bns been and Is now used by so many of my friends and ac qualutances aa a sure cure for cntnrrh that I am convinced of Its curative qualities, and I unhesitatingly recom mend It to all persons suffering from that complaint." 8. Nicholson. Tho highest men in our nation have given Pernna a strong endorsement. Men of alt classes and stations are equally represented. If you do not derive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Ve runa, write at once to Dr. llartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. llartman, President of The Iiarrman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. Art Your Druggist for a free Peruna Almanac for 1904. New Club Shot Gun Shells Are "Crow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 January 1904

rr: .Ml ill HamiicissCr:: ) rjb Nauglo of Saluvia, Is suf fering from an attack of grippe. Hriclr for sale at Morton's brick yard at the edge of town. Miss Lydia Mann i visiting friends in Tyrone. Fort Bedford Coffee co9t- you only lc a pound more than other coffee and is better, and also con tains a liiiud some present. Twenty-five thousand more pension certificates were grant ed in 100.1 than in 1902. Did you get one of those lovely Salter Topper shakers in your Port Bedford Coffee? Rev. Shull will preach at Si loam at 10 o'clock next Sunday morning, nud nt Asbury at 7 in tlie evening. Many presents are packed in F.irt Bedford Coffee worth more than you pay for the entire pack age. Mr. David Gordon of Thomp son township called at this office a few minutes while in town last Saturday morning. This is a good time to sub scribe for the 1 ulton County News. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. Mns. Charles Spencer of Dott, with her two children, spent Rome time recently with her pa rents...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 January 1904

niton- 0wtf 1 VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., JANUARY 13, 190. NUMBER 17 mm. CAPITAL CITY OF GREECE. The Classic Beauty of lis Ancient Archi tecture GRAPHICALLY TOLD BY RUTH WEST. Modern Athens Scrupulously Clean, Which Is Speaking Volumes of An East ern City. A short distance from the tem ple of Thesiutn is the Areopagus, a steep rook, approached by a flight of steps cut in the rock, where the tribunal of the Areopa gus. sot in the open air. It was a this hill that the Apostle Paul ' preached his discourse begin ning, "Men of Athens, I perceive that in all things you are too su perstitious." Leaving the Areo pagus, we weut ou to tho Acropo lis, up the steps and through the Propylaea, the gateway, con structed also ol Pentelic marble, and of the Doric order, begun in 437 B. C. Turuiug to the west is the Temple of Windless Victory, a charming little temple of twen ty three feet in height, with four columns of Ionic Architecture in fruit. The frieze of the north and west sides were car...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 January 1904

fIFTY PEOPLE DROWNED Terrible Disaster Off Coast of British Colombia. HOT A WOMAN OR CHILD SAVED. JKoaottr War Sattbcs Deadlight and " SM Is Fleeded All Ibo Passengers Wk Tck la Ik Bails la Hope al Safety Prcfshed-SoM Aftar Tas Fro Port Tewsead Reich lb Steamer It Ooti Down. Tort Townsend, Wash. (Special). lifttwo lives were lost in the sink ing of the fine new steamer Clallam in a storm that swept over the straits of Jnn de Fuel vilh relentless fury. The vessel was a regular daily passenger jacket She made moderately good progress across the straits, bound for Victoria Island, until oft the entrance to the harbor was abeam. Then terrific cross-sea was pelt inn the 'vessel, retarding her progress and snaking life uncomfortable for those aboard. Little fear was manifested, fcomever, until word came up from be low that the vessel was leaking. Inves tigation showed that the waves) on the windward side had stove in a dead light, through which the water rushed In volume, resisting all ef...

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. — 13 January 1904

"HIDDEN TALENTS" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon By Rev. Dr. Henry C. SwenUel. Drawl a New Ltuoo Frcm Ike Parable A Periea Without a Or.'evaact. ' BnooKLTX, N. Y.-Dr. Henry C. Sncnf ael, rector of St. Luke's Church, preached Sundny morning on "Hidden Talents." Ho took his text from St. Matthew .xv:18: 'He that Imd received one tnlent went hhI digged in the enrth, and hid his lord's money. J)r. Swentzel said: God ho'.ds the cornucopia of infinite and omnipotent love. With open-handed en- pnaitu Ha iti.nm... 'I r. . S . . lie nuis 01 ma boundless wealth throughout the length nd breadth of the whole creation. From myriad pulpits nature preaches eloquently of the divine philanthropy. The universe is not only a vast workshop, but a mag nificent tileasure limine for enjovmenr Kverv field is designed for a harvest, all the forests resound with symphonies and oratories; everywhere are mines of riches waiting the toiler. (Joel's plan includes II the best things for the multitude, and serves nis mi...

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. — 13 January 1904

.Ft.. TON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. JANUARY 13, 1904. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVBIITISIHO RATH. Per 'iuure of S linn .1 time II M. Per ju ire eneh Autweqiient Insertion..., 50. All ilvi"rt:i-menti Inserted for leu than three months charged by the Square. 3 miH. tlmiM, I yr, . . . wm. I I30.no. I f.tn oo .. . -j.mm. io.no. WOO .. .. 40.00. I M.00. I ? 00 One-fourth i'l'inn.... Onti-hillf ((;llllf)ll One Column tfothlnir Inserted for lew than II. Professional Cards one year! ENGINEER BLAMED For Wreck on the Cumberland Valley Railroad on New Year's Day. 1 he Coroner's jury, empanell oil to inquire into the cause of the wreck on the Cumberland Valley on New Year's day, m which throe passengers lost their lives, and several others, among 'whom were Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lake of this county, were injured, tin ished their investigation last Thursday, and tixed theblameon the engineer of the passenger tr...

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. — 13 January 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Brick for sale at Morton's brick y urd at tlio edge of town. Some Ingersol watches are packed as presents in Fort Bed- ford Coffee. Undertaker Johnnie Martin, of Whips Cove, was a visitor to the County Seat on Tuesday. Mr. Lewis Yonker one of Beth el's prominent citizens called at the News office a few minutes while in town Tuesday. At Bed ford t hey have a girl so modest that she will not have her photograph taken,- because it would be developed in a dark room aloue with a man. Did you get one of those lovely Plush Chatalalne Bags in your pack of Fort Bedford Coffee? The farmers in Morrison's Cove, who have erected silos are said to be much pleased with their ensilage; they say it beats the old way of feeding corn and fodder. The man who avoids the job of shoveling snow iu this world by makiug his wife doit will probab ly land some time where he would...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 January 1904

NIGHT AND DAY 11i innocent, twrel Uy i d'.iJ. Dark ninht lu slain In r in her bed. O, Moors arc ,n tune to kill as to wed! Put out t.ie light. Mid lie. A sweeter linht tin n over r.iycl Krom tnr of he.ivn or evp of mini lias vanilud in 1 1 r unknown shade frbc'a dead, she's d.'.id. s.i.d ho. MARRIAGE OF THE TRUE STORY OF A STOLEN BRIDE. Ey J. H. EMERY. 3lf)((3tr'l "' (How arp ynuVi. said I .'2 l. as wong na mij was 5 I announced. jw "Hn aV answered Wong. kAXX clnsping Uis own slender bund.' by nay of salutation, tint not removing the closely fitting .kiill enp that bid hit nicely braided queue, for Wong wan too well versed In Oriental etiquette to ever lift bis bat. "I Ming I.lchee. n few." continued Wong, sinking slowly Info n chair. "Miss Elhry like l.lcheeV" producing box of selected nuts from the loin;, telde sleeeve of bis stiffly quilted gewu. "Since I've learned to eat them, yes." X answered, ncceptlni Hie gift, and breaking the thin shell from a pulpy, raisin -line nut. "Now...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 January 1904

Iff";ry,-T- Mother tt m mAitii was troubled with consumption for mny yesrs. At list tne was given up w uis. she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral snd was speedily cures." D. P. Jolly, Avocs, N. Y. No matter how hard your cough or how long you. have had It. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is the best thing you can take. It's too risky to wait until you have consump tion. If you are coughing today, get a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once. Three tltes t ISc, Mb, II. AH ersfflrli. Contnlt Tour dwtoi. It he STS than do as h. aara. If h. tells jou not to lake It. than don't take It. He koowi. Lhti It with him. We ar. ermine. J. C. AVER CO.. Lowell, Kill. The American and H: Oyster. The oyster in his ehiry i a rich. dark-colored, shapely inhabitant of salt water. He is plump, but not swelled up. and has a delicious, incomparable salty flavor, which nobody who really knows him and has the taste to appre ciate him would ever dream o( spoil ing with crude condiments. But rarely will the oysterman send such...

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. — 13 January 1904

Dr. C. Swallow senta Cluist mas letter and a bauk note to each of the widows of Methodist preachers in central Pennsylvan ia con ference, also one to the aged ministers. Fort Bodford Coffee costs you only lc a pound more than other coffee and is better, and also con tains a handsome present. Iiuth, eldest daughter of ex President and Mrs. Clevelaud, died at tbeir home in Princeton, New Jersey, last Thursday morn ing, aged 15 years, after a few Mrs. Phoebe Card. PIkedo, wife cf Mr. Johu Bawl of Belfast township, died at 4 o'clock la?t Sunday morning, aged about 54 years. Mrs. Bard's health had boon failing for several months, but it was not until last Monday a week that she became confiued to her bed from a violent attack of pneu monia which her waning vitality was not able to withstand, and death came as before stated. Mrs. Bard was a daughter of the late Theodore Mellott, who many years ago was a prominent WcrHnz Night And Day. Tin! iniMO' iir.d mightiest Ut ile filing ihiit i viw ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 20 January 1904

1, VOLUME 5. McCONNKLLSUURG, PA.. JAXUAHV 20, 1901. NUMUElt 1 COttltftl LAST STAGE OF JOURNEY. Constantinople to Beirut Stdrm. in a Furious MISS RUTH WEST LANDS SAFE. Lasl of o Interesting Series of Letter DIs. scribing Her Trip to the Far East. Lands In Sunshine. The series of letters by Miss Ruth West, u rand-daughter of Rev. Win. A. West. D. D., pastor of the Presbyterian church of this place, descriptive of her jour ney to Beirut, Syria, has, no doubt been road with pleasure and profit. Wo hope our young people have turned to their ge ographies and found the places named, and have been led to seek additional information; as they may also do in the case of Miss Alice Wishart's letters. Both of these young ladies are well kuown here, and that lends much local interest to the article. In addi tion to the fact that Beirut is now the home of a sou and grand daughter of Dr. West, the same v. as the place of residence of the late Dr. F. Trout during his stay in the East many years ago....

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