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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 June 1900

... i .t if. iittl' ,J -muh, hj : On ic i-uum r Wll- juii nam vnii n nrnnrlv ro. ',, for leaving the door open?" v I ran. r,l,L 1 II oi thP exact tones and th fr( "Wall I m'lcM 1 r8. " mil j VU " , an office boy who leaves i i " . i . j i, . r opfO lOnuuuaiij, uuu ii yon Irb rn to make that speech It tarMlnly " ft nciP to i w ".".:. -roni I.MiH.'.lle, ,j i,kf off ;) laMt &0o- box ol It URS "'II'CU IUB til II lUUg skin liiseuse, which dooto in Mm isiled to cure. Maj the .... liva nr.a and continue iiijiin' -w : ,iuch blessing to humanity. t .. ,i to. . ji : . - font""' u,u' "rBB""-" vi ;l ,0m J. T. Shuptrine, Havan- pi.iali rroverb. ltfH uncomplimentary to tht , re common in Spain: "A .. 'ikf i Dxvement should be well 1,4 on to keep in order." "A .jiliKe a oanuie; iwim ner necK tift her to be good. Bewari woman, and do not trust a ;." "Crying In a woman and lid a dog. Ih all a sham." "A sn on his own dunghill, but itklf everywhere." (This in ,( to tbe supposed garrulous ,j inq'.i...

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. — 14 June 1900

Mrs. Julia Roofer of Welmter Mills has been very seriously sick during the past week. Every body can afford to smoke now. Hobinson lias reduced the price of cigars. If you want something nice for a lunch go to C. C Mender's ond get a box of fresh boused Mackerel. Miss Minnie K. Mock was elected teacher of the grammar school at Shade Gap, for the ensueing term. Mrs. Waltz, the aged mother of ex Prothonotory James I'. Waltz, still continues very 111. If you want something fine for breakfast go to C. C. Bender's and get a package of Malts' Breakfast Food. Mr. Joe P.Hege of Dickeys Station, few days ago had the bad luck to lose thirty-live dollars in cash. Joe got the empty purse, but no money. Mr. J. H. Mellott, who lives on one of tho Rhea farms in Franklin, is hav ing a fine sheep pen built. Dock Is a pushing fellow; and all that Is needed to show this is to simply go around where he is at work. After June 1 the law prohibiting any prize or premium, or promise of such, in packages of...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 June 1900

V 4 iri .i u i, m i'9 VOLUME 1. McCONNELLSUURG, HA., June 21, 1;00. NUABER 40. PERTINENT PARAGRAPH S. i- d Ends From tho Reporter's Note Book. rs Jennie FinilT luis been friends :it Newton 11am adttriujr t1 rilst tru lil-ys- ir, G. K. Dvmlnp and two ,,,t,,rs, Lena and Mildred, quests f Mrs. A. II. Cun . in ILigerstown, over Sab jLshippeusburg Chronicle. ; Robert Spoor's now store line is completed, his old 1 '.,f crouds lias boon transfer- to it, and much now has boon j. The people of that soc ,.an congratulate themsolvos av'mg such a nice storo in r community. t Tuesday our old friend :PyS;ildkeld of Licking Crook ship rounded up his eighty vonr. Harney looks like ho tlive out his hundred years. ivsliiseyo is clear enough o shoot tit o head oil' a squir iiharitlo without the aid of :acles. nil Chambersburg Register: Fredrick Gross aud wife of mni'llsbusg, Fulton county irui'sls of his son Samuel ..of near Clay Hill on Sun- sst, Misses Catharine and 0 NYsbit, of McConnells spent Fri...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 June 1900

THE NEWS. Justine Keogh, In White Plains, N. Y granted a decree to Mm. Brennan against her husband, glvln her ton thousand dol lars In lieu of alimony, nod (1)0,000 as guar dian for their son. The New York State Bureau of Labor Sta tistic reports an Increase of 02 unions and 8,152 members In labor organizations during the three months ending March 31 lust. Charles K. Lanrtls, of Vineland, N. J., the founder of a number of Jersey towns, cut off bis sons without dollar. The will Is to be contested. Mr. Robert Garrett, before sailing for abroad, Insisted that the Cunard Steamship Company sign a contract not to bury her at sea. The stone bridge at Newport News, built by C. P. Huntington at hi own expense to snkeassfe crossing, hat been completed. Judge John F. Metzger, of Willlamsport, Ta., was attacked In his oflloe by ex-Dls-trlct Attorney Edwards, whom he bad of fended. Three men were killed and fourteen per sons Injured by an explosion or gunpowder Jn a manufactory of fireworks In P...

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. — 21 June 1900

4 14 REMINISCENCE. . . i. i.i n rod on the lonir. dusty ''llstotbofmrrylnif mnrt; ! arlsom otlha languorous jm onnntrnte e'en to the heart, ul.ii memory, distant and dim. nl8 i"r" - oe--it unuMmd tu 'rowuluK so "Sfrtia over the fence. i(rr pnusoil, nnd there canie to a. 1 nlnna of Ilia l.lrtli- , fuce tUHt was geatla ond li'iNt nd kindest on earth; ., miiibliniJ garden, tho nook wkoro '0Jmot future Immense; Klines hung over the fonce. louroey. Airnin to the strife, 'J, ld the toll of the day, .nbtieodor, with momorles rife, 'Jubrougli the nlr seemed to stray. .( hud a mennlDR which no one tlrttMiediili features so tansn, r-Iuino In fanny would ewently re- ",?.(roffl over the fence. w Wasblni?ton Star. it. 1 ' t . -.1. LjOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCO in o 3300200COOOOOOOOOOOCO ISCOUNT TET erslleld was re markable for tbroe tilings, bis iutouso bashfulncss, bis in decision of chnrac tor and bis abuor rani It small bands ami foet. On tbe latter lie particular ly prided himself. a the most eligi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 June 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday, B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, June 21. 1900. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIHTIHINU RATKH. PT luiunrn of H llnna 8 times II BO. l'r Hquttre mwh miliHeuueiil ItiMertion.... M). All ul?irtlemHtH Irwrrtetl fur lew ihtin three mouths crurtted by the nquure. It hum. mow. r7iijv.urT'SMi." . . .. II'.IKI. I yr. Mum, 7.uu. One-fourth column. Oue-lmlf uoluuin.... One Column Notliinu Inserted for lew thiin 91 . 1'rofnN.slouul CimW one yeur W. MY MORNING M1NSTKEL, In sackcloth clad, from li 111 and plain, The day udvanceH, bathed in tears; Hut music stirs my slajrulsh cars, A robin singing In the rain. I rlso, and in the dull gray light I see him, from my window-scat, The leafless branches 'noath his feet Half hid by lingering mists of night. Against his draggled front, forlorn, The chill March breezes moan and sigh; But still, with head uplifted high, He carols bravely to the morn. Then I, who listen, fool a ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 June 1900

1 .,.( L TON C 'V MAYS. h0w mormons propose. I Mother Acts When Asked to ' urr Daughter In Marriage. .. . . .. ,,,s inl"n fli'BcriMCB Kmpiiiiiiuiy i fho sa B' nni' ,iuard 1,1 a Mormon ,,,,(,1,1 during a slgninennt vlHit tl.t. elilt-'i's of the church. U:low ji fxtract: wpe mpn wc-ro iiRhcrod Into tho One was tnll antl of BtrnnR, marked features nu'l tllriilflol l,nrffi The others wore stout und "i af" ,:,t ''''' r"M-vous 'n manner, :b,'r(. V,n'iitly. 'tl'.i) J ail'nn for a foiniiil Intro '.jj.f' ill' . these motioned Int-im-Ifnty town ril mo und said. "Ih sho V Lord's people?" -In woman offered them chairs wjth i-M Inclination of the head, that at have been taken either for nn ,r0r (or an Invitation to he seuted. VU she afraid? I could not tell. , men P"''1 attention to the In Hod for the moment and ignored presence. They had come upon j and Important Imslness, they ninced, anil would Ktate it at once. ias tlielr duty to bear a menage lor, one that specially concerned y,,,," said th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 June 1900

7 THE EITi, op fAHION- Ne.v York City (Special). Thf new shapes In divss sloev. lire legion. The foundation or basis of most, of the iH)iilnr styles l: n trim shape, on Ifjiriicr's Haznr. WHAT THF, LATEST FASHION FDICTS . ' URf'RKK AS TO HI.KEVES. raslnc tliu ii rm like it 1 'lis, tijrht slove, either tint ninl snuir. It' the arm if) 1I 1 1 m p. or wrinkled 'ts wliolo length, if over-slender. The best of the Hum mer models tire lined with a firm but thiu pliable silk, ninl have ns n rule mi uiidor-iiriti pleee. The sleeve is made with two seams. The majority of sleeves arc t Ijrlit up to die top of the nrm. There they ex pand somewhnt. to nllow of lining prop-p'-'7 ndjusted to the n"inhole. nnd nny extra fullness Is taken tip by short d:irts, which lire pressed ihil. The bot tom of the sleevo extends beyi ml the wrist, whether It Is cut. in points, rounded, timed or i;iniply left plain and straight. Tito Clmrmlng Summer CoMnme. ''Ktick things nnd shirt waists are what very seriously...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 June 1900

J u r.. nn erf "1 1 ti .T0 ('A il.V c' ttl Hi el ll ef.J s. il.l, it i iini in'i SOI to ai.i em rne ful icoi 4 )f m t it own ids!' etty IMal siti In l ust ir." use, the text oiiai ' win ne1 111 Li tl i't A of t! IU ml. ill If a of n'liii' niU' can II' ker. sou git! leir ke vegf una-' 9 0" ihUo I rim u'tq I on if the l .oil "f lo tM wur I the a of to tn id 1 irtr ught 1 w1' tha G fact i couh ,nerl ltfl ill (lit, f, DR. TALMAGE. t,lxET iivim:m DIBCOI KSK. Chrlrt Oar llefns 4 Mrssagc IJlM lll,M Tlioe Wlio Art wdW"' Horrow. icoryriiiiii i"M ! '.-Dr. TnlmnR.., ii ' ,ion thi wwt, Riven n preaorip- 'all rlivine sympathy for nil who jit. 'jj' A"" disciples went linp'on i:nssination liad just ft I" appew n l'cveneniitl kmi Hirod ordered the death of ' tclt smritiong prophet. John ,'wt the (ironp of llie 1 iwi-i iilcn ' J. intn oi ief nnd dismnv. 1 hev , 'rp utterly defenseless. There iUlhori'y m " . "mi vrt irrirf niuxt nlwnys rind ex , there he no humAn ear to ,(,, the ngonied soul will cry...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 21 June 1900

rverloss Ilorso and Cattle Powder at Koblnson's. 10 ct per 11. Advertise tlcHlrint; a chanpo In mutter, should Imnd In ropy not lat er than Monday. New Riihneribei'8 are being added to the FrLTON Cot'NTV Nrcws subserlp tion list every day. Still them's room for morn. Correspondence Hhould not reach us later than Tuesday noon. If It is to reach us by Um western mail It should pet here Monday niht. Dr. I'. E. Stivers has boon appoint ed by the county Commissioners of Washington county Md. vaccine phy sician for the Hancock district. The H. A O. Uailroad has disposed of its stock in the Hancock Hrldge Company to a Cumberland bank. The amount of stock held by tho railroad was t, ooo. James Mann, nijed 82 years, died at his homo near Hancock oy Monday morning of last week and was buried at the Tonoloway Baptist church on Wednesday. The ladles of the M. E. church of Knobsville will hold a festival in Euro's grove, Saturday evening, June 2.'l. 1'rocccdH for tho benefit of the church, Every...

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. — 28 June 1900

V Jttlt0tl RlL McCONNLLLSBURG, PA., June 2H, 1900. NUMBER 41. Oi.UMB 1. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS, md Ends From the Reporter's CAPTAIN SKINM.R AI'l'OIN I I I). sLlelie Stouteaglo, of this been elected teacher untaii' Home school, Peters ,l,ip, Franklin county. rryA. Thompson, Editor of (.folio Times, accompanied sister Minnie, spent last diiyiiiid Sabbath in Phila- ,s A. ' Irwius residence m greatly improved in ap- .noeatid convenience, by the atioii of fresh paiut and a miivli. ssrs. Doyle and Sliimer are jmucli to the appoarauco K'. Johnston's residence and building by putting on a ffivsli jiiiint. ,Cancer which was removed k breast of Mrs. Rhoda sii few years ago seems to ,'inrits appearance again, ni; Mi's. Truax a good deal Vriufl. It is hoped that in way its growth may be ar i and lier liealtii fully re-1 a lvL'isuer, of the firm of ,t& Father, of this place, I'hty good looking boy, but her evening he had an at- if toothaclu', earache and igia, uud the liberal poultice d made h...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 June 1900

REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. Soma Stirring Scenes in the Quaker City. Mckinley and roosevelt, svll Bad Rom Bap of Avoiding Momlnatloa He Keeelve an Ovation In tk Convention Ball A Fir of Criticism la Also Heard MeRlaley' Nam Evokes Great Eathnslasra Woleott Rvlvr Party's Racard-lcnator Banna' Wl. com to th Delegate. Philadelphia, (Special.) Without a dia aeotlng Tot th Republican National Con vention rati fled tk nomination! of William McKlnley, ot Ohio, for President, and of Theodore Roosevelt, of Nw York, for Vioe f resident ot the United State.' The nominating speech for MoKlnley was made by Senator Joseph B. Foraker, of Ohio. Seconding speeches were made by Governor Roosevelt; Benator John M. Thur cton, of Nebraska) John W. Yerkes, of Ken taoky, Governor Knight, of California, and Governor James W. Moont, of Indiana.. Roosevelt waa put In nomination for Ylce Ptesldent by Col. Lafayette Young, of Iowa. The nomination waa seconded by Butler Murray, of Massachusetts; Gen. James M. Aafaton,...

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. — 28 June 1900

, WAKING AT NICHT. f.,t( HP l0ne "'f'1' ' ,( I had no eyos; "tare with all my might, J- blackness round me lies. , 1,, tlio faintest sound. V I .imiri with either r-nr. K'iUt " Br"Un'.1: y if 1 could not hear. ... 1 L.1,1 f.t IVlff oiril conies like a aigh 1 ... .i.rknraa rushing imxt. M1 .1.. minutes passing- liv: tip luo .u. thouglits in people' heads, nhev're sleeping in their beds, rattle out nnd fly away I CUT OUT FOR it- VLAHENCE ARNOLD whs com- . . i......n Aftitr nti nliaiiriftA nt elglit years. My father hail ln Clarence's guardian, and iiTfd with tin all his life up to 3, he took a notion to travel all s, olrllliicd. ana not a small por- L .he uncivilized world. r. . . ,iu..,. ..... t. i nrctty Jessie Mason, now we cinrence on the morrow, ami gl) ly giving a description 01 j the following manner: . awfully jony, gooii-nnuirea, baiiilsoiiie, flirts desperately ,'wnVt tease." '. ... ...... tlw, nffnnt ... jpoo Jessie. She opeuea wtuo ( brown eyes and looked at me most comica...

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. — 28 June 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Peck, Editor. AkCONNLLLSBURG, PA. Thursday, June 23, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AUVCHT1MNU BATCH. Per Manure nf X line" 1 tlniPx (1 ISO, Per mi unr ech milwetiuent InNrtlon.... fto. All litlverMMmiM'iit, limertetl for U'nm Ihun three moutha eeurtfeU by the miuure. H I11US. AlllOH, TlS-oi.Tficiim. , . . UIS.INI. 4tM). . .. U. I U.M. I yr. Nl.lKI. 7ri.ui. Onivfourth column. One-tmlf column .... Oiie 4 'ulttiim Notlilnir Irmertpd fiirjoHN ihiin 91, Prufetwiouul Curda one yeur tft. THAT (.OWN OF FINK. "Oh, wear-th lit gown of pink," said ho; "When I am it, there seems to roine That drowsy, easy, summer hum Of bees that lose themselves In sweets, And, on my vision, there retreats A flitting bird across the blue; The summer is a part of you, And, if you wish to well please ine Oh, wear that (own of pink," said he. "Oh, wear that gown of pink," said he. I wore it when I sat beside His couch, and life ebbed like th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 June 1900

TON COUNTY NEWS. ! THE CREED WE ALTj NEED ,E MAN WITH THE HOE. Unit DinV';nt From the One In Markhntn'i Poem. WS9 nn IntolllKont-lookluK ninn, rtssol, clean shaven, and scorn 1 quite at liome miild tho hand niirrnunilliiKS of the hotel In f thf reporter met him. That he sa,l clmnipnKne ,or illnner was ,nt In the gparkle of his eye y siipprflnency of hlH Rpeech. Icrli hart told the reporter he , prominent Illinois farmer, nnd : be a S"(l l,urty Interview. I" ho sold when he hud settled mlk, "I""'K "ho ' 1,1,(1 tno ''ltl .Hires In my fnee?" , rrporter dlil not reply, heraiiHe ,',.ujht the mnn was Rolnn on with I marks. k tou, do I? he repeated. reporter hastened to annum mm as far as he could Bee he did not. I scorn to he benriim on my buck ,-don of the world?" n carry It very IIkIUIv if you aM the reporter, aid you Bay thnt I was dead to -e ami (lesi)alr, a thliiK that Loot nnd that never hopes?" (unless I was a liar, ventured jorter, mid you think that anyhrfriy had odRml let down m...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 June 1900

THE SUMMER WARDROBE. apple) nioMnni. and PaBodll Linen Among til Seaeon' ftoveltle.. Linens Brc decidedly the mode this summer, nnd surely nothing cnn lie lovelier than the "bloom" linens, whose names of apple blossom, daffo illl, wild' strawberry nnd hawthorne reveal the secrets of their exquisite tones of falut pink, soft yellow or tender greeu. But with all this poesy linens have a strength of texture which wakes them capable of with standing any amount of hard wear, nnd with much I tie stitched trimmings, or cuffs and collar of guipure Ince, form an effective costume at little cost. Home of the new organdie muslins are veritable things of lieanty, and nt conveniently low prices, while, there Is a dainty charm about a white mus lin with openwork stripes, where the pattern consists of a cluster of pink roses caught together by bows nnd trailing ends of pnle blue ribbon. Any oite must full a willing victim to a cool looking all-over design of maidenhair fern In freshest green nnd w...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 June 1900

jJALMAGE, rx""77viE'S S'fDA' tlrtl in1 - . ... OrlBi" if All BooksThe l7eo',"", From 0ot, ,s D. C In the grmt con- JlVrittinnity and agnosticism Am taken a decided atnnd, 'mn declares hia unwaver ,,he divine origin of the fecrip- .Matthew vn, 16, Do men 4,ol thorns? !, country. Not in any ooun- 1 ...i. thorn lAceratc h.ir. l!!!iliiil together never yielded u the master of ant and po- on HIIHI" ei-inua. mini wimi, 1) know-that you cannot get ' picifant and healthful and t which if bad. If you find 'L beautiful cluster of grape. it was produced by a good 'ad not from a tangle of (Jan- hj'yiells good fruit, healthfil? iiruiti spienmu iruii, you win accnclucion it i a gocd Bible, 1 trguments of the skeptic JEm he tries to show it ia a bad F vtrboard. other grape of thorns? inn iiflil goud results? Miepticn 'nWnienee declare that th-i Hi- rook. They read the stu y Aiiination of the Cnnniiiiici Ktncient war and of the h' ill and .loshua. and they come a.ion that the Hible is in fa ction a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 28 June 1900

Uoud Hostottcr ail this week. A larire assortment of Fire Works fortho Fourth at Irwln'n. Mr. Daniel 11. Snjtli-r, of elfant township, lius 1mij in poor health for soma timu. Jacob Dold's mild cure Hams, Break fast Hiu'on and California Hams at Irwin's. Peerless Horse and Cattle Powder at Robinson's. 10 cts per lb. Potted Ham, Chipped Hoof, Corned Heef, and Veal Loaf 5 to 25 rents at Irwin's. Next Sunday morning, July lst.Kev. Hughes will preach at Asbury at 10.30; at Kbene.er at 3 in the afternoon, and at Slloam in the evening at 7.30. Rogers, the ( 'h ambersburg photogra pher, will be at Malloy's Gallery all of the wwk beginning July Hth. Dont forget the date. George W. Park, of Libonia, recent ly purchased six properties, in all containing about 100 acres, In Lan caster county, between Paradise and Gordonville. Shlppensburg is not quite so proud of her new bUm1 lockup. A drunk placed therein lately unscrewed the lock with his pocket knife, walked out and then telephoned to the ch...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 July 1900

if i 1UME 1. McCONNLLLSBUKG, I'A., July 5. PAX). NUMBER 42. RTIKENT PARAGRAPH 0. ill Ends From the Reporter's Note Book; , liu,r lloko, a firtiitr Mc- ;sbur?rlHy, 1ms boon fpnnt- I iUCl'CilSU OL nil. m jr ....... to!,"'' M 11 y(,ar Congratu- wiitcr works company bo-,-e operation Monday ij. Tlic.v are laying the ,Ki depth of about three ,,;, the middle of the Tliey begun at the west f Water street and huve sixteen men employed at cent an hour each. They countering limestone rock 1 U have to do a good deal of '2- other day a horse beloug Lewis Chirk, of Belfast ip, was found dead in his .niiij,' become entangled iu mimer and in his strug iKi himself to such an as to cause death. The mis a Treat assistance to ;i'k iii maintaining a large ;;ml lie is soliciting the aid ,lib.)rs that he may pur- c.iitlier horse. f . ..... ... . A, tilU'.lllV --HI1 Uil., US .Miuy o of Tod township, was l the rows to'pasture, she ;iun two monster rattle Instead of fainting, or : away screaming, she atheved...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 5 July 1900

THE NEWS. Rev. V. I). White, of Staunton. Va., disappeared from Alexandria, where he liad been In attendance on the Chesa peake Presbytery. There la no due to his whereabouts. A public reception was given to Gen eral Wheeler In Chicngo. where he ar rived to take rommand of the Depart ment of the Lakes. Lightning killed George Shlpmnn at Dublin. Ind.; Henry Hrown at West Manchester. Ohio, and Richard Winkle at Chilllcqthe. A cavein at the Columbia workings, near iHtryoa. Pa., entombed a number of miners, who were rescued with dif ficulty. Eight Lithuanians, members of a secret society, were sentenced In Potts vllle, Pa., for being Implicated In a murder. C. J. Cedar, a painter, fell from the roof of the new Presbyterian- c hurch at Newport News, Va., and killed himself. Mrs. Pauline Cony Aubrey, daughter of Chl'jf Justice Fuller, was married at Mayne-Staye to Dr. Samuel M. Moore. Colonel Noyes declared martial law at Dutch Harbor. Alaska, until he had recaptured a number of runaways....

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