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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 May 1900

X by t hvinK bel'n pursued MX H . . . j (Vt.) hunt" Kn" lwo nounus I j i in a nov l manner. 1 ho anl- ,a being htn It d'13'16'1 n,;,',fl3 ttlG r'' fk In front of a fast movinij "Vha fox barely simceeileil tr F , other sldo of tho truoli l-'S ' .!.( 1,,,.. 1 !)0TS were not so fortunato wund were so eaor for thr-ii lat they did nt llCGt' tl10 train, ' tt w-tc killed- A Qnr Oallor. Ilpr in Cnssell's Little Folks irtory of a runaway hlppopoin itosc keeper iucceodej in reeap .,him In an unusual manner. In ,,i when Mr. A. D. Bartlutt was o(the Zoo the hlpponofarnm onen ,l to break out of liln home. It ni its freedom very properly to . , friendly call on Mr. Hartlett. ,u not pleased to sen this fcngo a oat of bounds, and nop.t for one elephant keepers to come nml '., t. To this man the "hippo" extreme dlsliks, and when onted to It, It turned and chased Aay flew the keeper at Iho top ) speed toward tho hippo's den I beast In hot pursuit. Tho keop ,;ted throiiRh the gato, and boiled (Stairs ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 10 May 1900

7 Twrlcss Horse anil Cattle Powder at Robinson's. 1" cln jut lb. Go to C V. Hcmler'n for canned (roods nnd fr'nh Groceries. The Salvation Army people will hold religious services In the school hUH6 In the MeadowgroundH, Satur day evening, May 10th. When you want a pound of good coffee go to C. C. Uender's and get "York's Favorite." A daughterwas horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. William Hutrrbaugh of Tod town ship, on Tuesday. V. Logan Sloan has been assigned a lucrative position with the Standard Oil Company with orders to report at IMttsburg to-day. County Organizer M. It. Shnffntr will be at Spring House Valley school house next Sunday afternoon at half, past two to organize a Sunday school. Mr. Isaac Culler, of Thompson township, purchased at the adminis trator's sale last Saturday the Jacob F. Garland farm near Needmore for 1110.0o. Martin L. Peck, whose saw mill near Hancock was burned out recently, has replaced the destroyed and damaged machinery and Is row at work again. It will take him...

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. — 17 May 1900

Jit!t0tt mm OLUME 1. GENERAL ASSEMBLY,, L; AT ST. LOUIS THIS WEEK. Court of Final Appeal. Ceneral Assembly, the ' .t indicatory of the Presby- Church of the United w which meets iu annual .j,D,atSt. Louis, Missouri, iv.oousists of 0:5H Commis nn equal number of miu .r, and elders from each pres vry.pach presbytery sending miuister and elder for every utvfour ministers in the sbjtery. Every Commission fliether ministerial or lay, .;i have a right to deliber md vote ujion all questions jog before that body. The eral Assembly shall receive issue all appeals aud refer which may be regularly ;ht before them from time to ifrom the inferior judica s, They shall receive the rds of every synod, approve ensure them; they shall give radvice and instruction in all ..-j submitted to them in L'ormity with . the consti ! n of the- church, and they constitute the bond of union, .correspondence, and mu ;confidence,among all chureh- ITutho General Assembly also ags the power of deciding in juntrovers...

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. — 17 May 1900

7 RIOT IN ST. LOUIS, STHIKK OF stiu:kt oak mi:n I HIINt l.T.SlN 1THI.IC t llilllS. f CAR SYSTEM IS TIED UP. 1'ollr Vainly Try lo Protect Non-I'nln" , ICniployes-Ktunes, Micks and Hcvolveis Hgiire In Hon-Strike Is IIriortrd Have Seriously Interfered With tlx Mailt. St. Louis, (Special.)-One of the biggest street railway strikes In tlio history of tbe country In on In this city. Of tbe 8,000 employee of the fit. Louis Transit Company, the corporation control ling all bnt one of the trolley linen In the lty, It lo estimated that 8,3ii"5 belonging to the Amalgamated Association of Street Cur Employes fanve quit work. Tbe employe of the City and Suburbnn Hallway Cunipnuy, the only Independent line, are nlso on a strike. Violence ran riot from early morning un til late At night and several persons were curt in street lights resulting from attempt! to move cars with non-union crews. Tbe demands ol tUu strikers are substan tially as follows: All conductors, motormen, grip men and nil men em...

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. — 17 May 1900

lurj lanyl Allll dm I ,t I)U boJ;j i. Itiru it IM (Of I' dlipl HI" I irfJi ,Co4 i otlf M1 It it i ,m' i IS"! bio1 oofl: ill A FOOL THERE WASi ItT A, 1, ...nln la R001' 01(1 '"v.. . " I . KI118 ami n merry wiKiir. '"linkwln tlifl rare ol.l way, i'rtfw l" evor tb9 WOrlJ d '."'Lit tha motlinr-ln-Uw, '1'"' r rnuii w Ills funny pray. p ...1.-st liroulit n loud fcufTnvr i other fools ' It doe to-day. -Ion ntl.1 1 1)0 mnv SPt m"ry ... .till the centuries ,) SW" WATEnnoi;cr. Till It seemed Hint in llfo lie coul.In't be Kravo, The KIiiii onught a gllinmor, and to him ho strode: "A tunc In your eyel What means It, you knavo?" Ob, low sank the bond of the Fool on bis lirwvtl. "Your pur. Ion, my master," 'was this Hint lis said, "Minn eyes do but wnter llio plant of my jBHt- Iq the cot over yonder tny bubo llath doud." '"'hasn't neeu noticed that Is, as In tuo J0'""' of th0 ,uuny man' ., fool ono day was exceedingly 'J'i'ildlnks was a rnre suenaas. atlJ bells and bis touch.. of ,1m nl of llumor...

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. — 17 May 1900

7 w 'mihu FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, May 17. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AOVBIITIHINCI VATEH. Perwinnre of I? line 8 times $1 50. IVr wiuiire eunh Hiihseiiueiit Insertlmi Ni. All mlvertlwineiilM Insertrri for lew limn three montliK orurKud by the wimire. 1 mos. n mo. I yr. fie.im. 7Mi. Ono-fourth eolunin. One-lmlf rolmnn. ... ( Hie Column 40.H0. .. .. Nothing Inserted for less thnn $1, 1'rufenxlunnl Curds one year ih. A TRAM I AM J A (HKL to ;rii r. COMK The unhappy termination of a correspondence between a Cham bersburg girl and a man with no visible means of support, butwho hoped to marry the maiden, says the Valley Spirit, came when the lliee drove William C. Miller, a German about 24 years of age, out of town and served notice on him that if he returned he would bo locked up in jail. Rosa Dunkel is the name of the girl. She is employed at the mill of the Chambersburg woolen company and is...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 May 1900

lT0N COUNTY NEWS. l)KSK S1IOK Cl'RV!" ltl)(lUf,, th civil oiifriucors of I pim,sylviium railroad claim 1 ,a'm.wstniWit line from the Htizin luu"'l or tlio ixirtiigo , joWi) t" Altooua is next to l ,ssibility owing to tlio to- ' ,i(.al coiulitiaus which ex ;J)0 Pittsburg Tost Hays thoy dmit that something will have ,')b(,(l.mo before long to re '.tlie prosaut tortuous line ,re frequent congestions of Se occur. They arc now ,.'ning for a load to extend Jupiutnenr Oresson down Hlidaysburff to Mt. Union , Huntiufrdon, conuectiug at lalUr peiut witn tll lnaiu and shortening the route be- nui .k.ixiT nnrl Pliiliiflplrillia nri!,UL"fi' 1 ral miles or more, besides ;g an easier grade than the Shoe grade now used. h a lino would follow the Jun- , river for a considerable ms ec through a beautiful valley, I, magniticent scenery, and jd besides reach valuable rttime deposits which huud sofcar loads of stone are pped to Pittsburg daily via the liamsburg branch and the inline Valley Spirit. 0IXT...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 May 1900

7 THH ElS)!TS op fskjion. New York City (.Special). It is re marked that the children's clothing it decidedly dressy. Frocks in their waist ornamentation ore very ornate. FnOCK FOB A, CUILO. Little girls' dresses are not gener ally cut with skirts in shape. .This is done only when the skirt is entirely pleated in narrow, lingerie pleats, whioh are stitched down about one third of the skirt, and then allowed to Tall loose, giving the necessary ful ness to the lower part. Dresses are shorter than they were last season. There has been some attempt made to introduce trimmings Bt the extreme edge of the skirt, bnt sntiu is the material of this frock, tho skirt of which has n deep shaped flounce edged with chiffon frills and headed by several bauds of white lace insertions. The no-collar vogue appears in a third bridemaid frock model. This also displays the bolero, without whioh so few costumes of whatever sort are seen nowadays. The bolero is cream colored guipure embroidered in dead gol...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 May 1900

-ill yon charge me for 1 : Tetterine? 1 know 11 to j Teine,ly for the cure of ftm"nl wonld like to .Jo Mrs. Emma l'ltira- i n't Kef-p 1 ' nt M S.vnunali, (in., for a l os. ,t jf.w Kascnllonar. '"new cxcutlonor, Joseph L ,trong man of an athletic . of the best known ath l city. He 1" a nephew of Lutioner and obtained the 'nit nineteen competitors. lirop. ...er. been getting the drop . Uont has a dron too Lj nobody ever Knew him to liquor nimseu: l-ieirou fMrrM Arlieanu Hum? trvoursnoeS Alien s r oui-r.nsi-, a . ibe leet. It makes tlKht ot Inlrary. Cures Corns, llunlnns, ..ions"'- old by a" druifRlcts . m m. Kamnle sunt I'llKK. 'j 8. Olmsted, I.eKoy, N. V. Wntis Long-lHstanco Anto ,1T . thn nam" of a million mrMi'iitly Incorporated ill KIIk- I. l f,;n,rSnnlllin,T nympiur ,-nii'irmi IH1tflllUII'KUllllt,it-'iti';iiis niimin- I.juid, cum wind colic, aic. n Iwtiln I .h, 168,000 InlinMtnnts whleh the Miami 50,000 Mexicans. ilievel'iflo's Cure for Consumption ill lor eouirlis anil colds. Jo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 17 May 1900

OUR NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. NEWS GATHERED FROM OUR NEARBY EX CHANGES. OrMsonlu Plsputcli Ileleu, tho four year old dangli tor of Mr. nud Mrs. John Uar ron, of Kock hill, was so badly burned Monday morning that death relieved her sufferings tho same night. Tho child was in tho upper part of the houso and secured some matches, with which it was playing, setting lire to its clothing and wheu discover ed, was all in a mass of ilames. Dr. Tltish was summoned and did all iu his jiower to relievo the child's sufferings. (irccncustlc 1'rcss. An accident out of the ordinary happened near Greeucastle a few days ago. in which a little daugh ter of John Shinham lost three fingers. The little girl was play ing about a lawn mower when one of her brothers moved the machine, the sharp knives of which cut off three of tho digits. She had unwittingly gotten her lingers in tho way of the knives. A doctor was summoned who dressed her hurts. Shippeiishurg Chronicle. Young girls who think it great sport to...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 May 1900

V fniion firh Coittifg VOLUME 1. LETTER FROM WISSNER. i,!!, JOHNSTON, OF THIS PLACE, RE- I mm i VERY INTERESTING LETTER FROM THE PHILIPPINES, San Nicolas, Pkovincf, of l;,iL-, Island of Cehu, P. I. jIy i)KAK Paul: I was indued fased to hoar from you. I eu lSC the diary of Alexandre Eri- a corporal in the Rebel ,rmy- From papers that were rvenme to translate I learned at he was a man of great bra- ry aud had been appointed orporal because of his conduct r, battle. Ho was killed in a iirmish on Christmas day. Iiis little book was found on a person. The first entry xaks of hi taking part in the Ittleof the 1-th, 2lst, and up to ;ie 22nd of September, at eight 'clock in the evening. The last atry speaks of his going out to Luton Christmas morning It as his lust scout. Peace to his .shes. As I sat by the window of our irrucks, looking across the Ltrcot, I noticed a man with a aud on his arm and "that re minds me" as Kipling says, that Pedro Luga" is a married man. lis wife is about li) y...

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. — 24 May 1900

WILL BUYJSLANDS. STATE IIKPAKTHKNT WANTS DANISH WtST iniii:s. TO TAKE THE INITIATIVE. 'Officials in Washington Tell Why Other Preposition Fell Through Kliir ' Denmark Was Apprised of tha 1'lan Made by 1'rlvala Parties to Get Ilia Territory. Washington, (Special.) One of the moll Important results of tba exposure ami sup pression of the schemes for tbe purchase of the Danish West Indies through private per sona sod syndicates Is that the United States Government will shortly mako to Denmark proposition for the purchased the Islands, the negotiations to he solely between Secre tary Hay and the Danish Minister ot For eign Affairs. It wss ascertained from official sources that the I'nited Ktutes will take the Initiative on the suggestion of King Chris tian of Denmark, and will endeavor to have an appropriation nt this session of Congress for the purchase. Another important development of the re cent transactions Is that It has been demon titrated to the King of Denmark that he was the v...

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. — 24 May 1900

V THE LIVING VISI0NOF THE CARDENS. And Iinrn yon loft me like a drnnm lli.it failing Leaves sweet, uncertain memories behind? And ra the dusk wings ot the Twilight shading your Mill sweet eyes your Hon with klssns kind? OH, then, to Twilight be my soul's uphralillng, Hlnco 'npftth her wings no rosy rHt I And; And 0 "1B Night, whose dnrknes buna uuil bar All save 'he answorlesg and lay stnrsl But now you stood with dewy, lifted laslie And saw the soul 111 I.ovn's iingnrdnd eye; Dut now, tumultuous its a torrent dunlins, I hkw the red blood to the dlinplos rlsel j0r Thought was Love, end as the lightning flushes And tnlft-Mlumns the rinrltnetm of the skies, flo Bmhe'l I,ove' thought beyond the heart's control fair f nee to face, and uovellod soul to boI. Io-nlKht the llftht from your dear windows streaming f Mnkea nil the gardens limuitlhil; to-night Soft eyea with love benenth your glance nra beuinlng And Hps nre fain to kins your baud ro white. But who without, lu darkness there, Is...

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. — 24 May 1900

I FULTON COUNTY NEWS. nisi y won a iil-shand Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, May 24, 1900. Published Weekly. -1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVCKTIHINO KATB4. Per Knimre of 8 lines 8 times II RO. Per square eiiuh wilmeuuent Insertion .... ho. All udvertlsements Inserted for less thnn three months oenrtfed tiy the sijuure. One-fourth column.. One-hiilf column One Column A moH. fl mot. . . as.no. I 4o.ni. .. 40.110. .. (.(. Nothing Inserted for less than I I. Professlomil Curds one year W. Dr. J. C. Stever, of Throe Spriugs, will remove to Altoona about the 1st proximo, whore he will open an office at L'OOG Broad street, and conduct an institute for the euro of chi'onic diseases with the Robert's Lymph treat ment. , Sunday was a record-breaking day at, the Everett Furnace. The amount of iron made was 215 tons. ' During the week previous 1,295 tons of Bessemer pig iron were iast. This is the largest week's work ever done at that furnace. A new c...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 May 1900

;Jton county news. HIE HORUOKS PAllTV. .., out lvKiiliir printed liiviiu ' . I.l.ln. ti'rliilicl! Hull!" wild Unl, foiitoinp llSiv "Jink llUu Hd ''" -Well. Wl"lt 11 " loiui ieu ia '" They're nleo. Ciiu't .Iuck ;lt?" " uli iw. So,t 0'' Co,l,(1' ''yl,,'. " M MintiKti letters. The only thin ,, i,ir mi Ih x'h. lie's iiiirtleulnr- ' rturt on c's. Ho'M St only three. b(. they'll' polio II lid lio comes to n ji wild tin1 Hpellliil, book nays uhu be ban lo put In nn '.' To prove lt just lnolc lit tlie lnvltiitlon. Uriiil mamma-" Urn. Slww took the Hlieet of folded T I.,..'.. ..KKi.lx.li.twill lillll.l ljir irOlH J.l'lil ulliniiviLiiru iiiiiiii ill looked ttt 1110 Iiiviuiiiiiu nun ni .iinine nilfll eNelteiiieut nmoll.H 111.! all nii'inlieiB of I"''" family. ' vltailui) wiih printed very neatly .u Jiuary type nnd read iih IoUowm: Miss Callii' Wells rrtiuxtM your prxsxnex at thx Party of Horrors to bx givxu ut lixr lionix Saturday al'lxrnoon, . June 8, 181W). 2 to 5. .lu'iv." nald I.Ida nnd Ho...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 May 1900

Nbw YohkCity (Special). The now Harper's Bazar kimono, may be treated effectively in foulards, wash Bilks, India weaves, or lawns. The fulness WITH HITFLP.S. of the skirt may be pleated or gathered into the yoke. The design provides for two box-pleats on each side of the front, and three similar pleats in the back. It consists of one-half of yoke, full sleeve (to be pleated or gathered into armholc), band for sleeve, aud wide collar-baud passing about the ueck. Where ruffled trimming is pre ferred, these bands may be omitted, f the garment is to do service as an iu valid s wrap it may be lined through nut with veiling or thin flannel of con trasting shade. Where lawn, cotton srepe (a very serviceable medium), or Persian figured foulard is to be em ployed and the garment is to be used s a cozy lounging-robe for summer wear, it will not need to be lined. An rndleaa variety of pretty effects may be scoured in kimonos by introducing yoke and bands of plain color with skirt and sleeves o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 24 May 1900

H fornlfh Claan Cars, "'.j .mDany which under- ; " rry rattle Is bound to pro- tb'lt R Illll I IUICUH!IJ Willi rattle diseases, and If it if3 M,-li ruttln thDf h,.A oar ""' "u ,,vfr" have been hauled, wlth ' ! disinfecting them, It Is ,'Jtlic value of any rattle which o rVmrr f Tll1i.r.l He bupieiwc - j D the case of the Illinois fjullroad comnanv v... Harris. . - mncr chlmnev fifty .-jo bm " ' r... . ,1 d perfectly lirepruui. I ."!!7trt Arheanil llnrn? Inl-'1 ... r..T- a LlOt IB" '"".....',. llnnlnn. f I,!? Smarting " Hwentlog Knet k.T- u Nold bv all druW K 'Weto.' Hnmple sent FKLK. ... 1'ilvMsity. nt Miiiumtown. i,t., TS" L ' r.. wnmnn Htii.lnntR nil t lilo vogue nt Harvard and Ilrown t.it L ifk o' rcT!M I-Ann,.ss Dt r .i.ih.ii nnv cilhnr dvo anil urn - ,,, r ... t iinur Kr,,l,, demnntl ,n Brnzll. ,fe pnid. l.nt tbolr life In a hard tit often n .."" ""J ipttlmt. . rlr1 In One Iv. 1 r. rirniiup T.iitn All vi'lUnnd in in.ni.iy If It fails to euro. dubious vessels, the completed vntf...

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. — 24 May 1900

7 Dr. West preached in the U. P. church lust Sunday evening. Peerless Horse and Cutllo Powder at Kobinson'a. lOctu per lb. N. 11. Hlxon, of Crystal Springs, offers a reward of $20.00 for tho arrest and conviction of tho person who set fire to Town Hill In brush Creek town ship. Danlal Truax who left the county twenty two years ago and Is now a prosperous citizen of Nebraska will keep in touch with old friends here through the columns of the NEWS. Tho horseshoe Is busy once more. As belt buckle, brooch or stick pin, or scarf pin for gentlemen, it is a popular design, llut be certain to wear the ends upward or the stylo will be lost. One of the latest fads in New York is the substitution of old-fashioned knockers for door bells. The older and more battered the knocker the higher the price it commands. The Shlppensburg News, of which the late John C Wagner was editor and proprietor, has been sold to Mr. J. C. Fleming and Clurence Grove, and the new proprietors will take pos session on ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 May 1900

1 JWtot CI OLUME 1. jm lit " M S TO BEDFORD. st Friday morning, Mr. and g . Woollet, of the Wash 'nHiiUHO.tind Mr. and Mrs. M of the News" left MeCon )Wfr for ii drive over the .pikc to 3?o Iford. Tli (3 dis ! is thirty-four miles. The station is Harrisnnvillc, six . jffjiy, and under ordinary im.4;m',s if ono covers the ice in an lnur and alialf, lm M that In: lias lost no time. 5 second six miles brings ono ..f C!l.l..l!n. TTill Itiniln. and it takes another hour i half to make that. Two s f down hill brings us to vaine's eld hotel stand in ,iv minutes, and we halt for r. The place has changed , hist wo stopped there; and J, inquiry, we iounu our lanu- I . .it A to he iioiio omei uiniii our A of boyhood days James maid. Forty years ago, had his home with Jacob ,cf Belfast township, and is $ inhered by the middle aged of that section. He moved Macks" from Everett last ;md with his wife.a daugh f D. S. Mellott, and their v of pleasant young people, arc wull (ualified to cater to ant...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 31 May 1900

TWENTY-TWO DEAD. TK.N Hllllt:, 1HH.VK lOI.UKKD Ml 1K1I1I1 OK DIMAN1 KR. CAUSED BY FIRE-DAMP. Kspluslun Orrnrrrit In Oumnorll Coal Mlnrs In North Carnllna -Tli uprln fnont Was Ainoni Thmci Wlm Lost ThrlrMvr-s-All ttmlles. With Hw :. rrptlon, Herovrrril. ltalelgh, N. t, (Bpf-Hal). - Twenty-two miners, ton while and twelve nngroem, lout their liven In an explosion at Cumnook Coal Mine, Chatham oounty, N. ('. The ex plo sion Is mppoiied to have been caused by a broken gunze In safnty lamp. Fort or fifty men were la the mine at the time. The accident wan In what In known as the Kant Heading. Five were brought out alive from the Kant Uaadlng, whjle nono of the men In the other parts of the mine was In jured. Within an hour after the explosion the Work of rescue began, and tiy daylight all the bodied except one, that of Him Meintyre, bad been brought to the top. All the bodies Here horribly burned. The scenes at the entrnnce to the mine, where many of the widows and children of the dead me...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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