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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 August 1900

Y TALMAGE. DIVINE'S UNIIAV iTtliiii Krlhlr R1c1ii ..trtrin""" From Itorlin, ,'hl D. V. ie American cnurcti rinind tnnny of hi . pnllll e traveling tliroiiKli .Vulinal methods, he cnlcu hj,irii and times liielicr np ,'ng. religion. 'J he text K U'lmt elinll it profit n I jain the whole world and j,tsof Hi1" Iiohub of (!od, hut . extPiHi ' iuihiiichh iicrn ,,nflili"'i ''' enmmed from '. to Sutnnliiy ninht in tmr In ninny "'' families ik'wt tabic and the ton cliil qm't ions of loiw ami ,t fvrry l v n m k ' 1 1 n yonrarlf: . Tahie'of tlii? Wlin t. ii the Vou would not think of in! of (renter value for (hut mine You would not .,. that which cost you $10 hud n property that wan ',t vou w.mld not sell it for ii intelligent in nil mutters ,$f. Are you ns wise in l pprtn'ii to the matters of j'fjut ailapted His instruc . tiMininees of those to ,'jnlif. When He talked to 4 'okc of the gospel net. ,iJ to the fanners, He said: .,t forth to sow." Wiien lie ,.Kilier(N. 11 told the pnra (:tirr'. A...

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. — 23 August 1900

. Ill' !ti"'iii'iWtiiuini1 ' ,amiinMi'ViJftu I load Hofttettar ad this week. K. M. Hwox, f Slpog MIUh, was a Mct'onnollnburjr vlnitor last week. IVerloss Ilorso and Cuttle Powder at Hoblnson'B. 10 cits per lb. A marriage llcenno was Issued re cently to Martin Shtves anil Myrtlo Ward, both of Thompson township. Henry Long, llustontowti, who has boon confined to his bod for two weeks with typhoid fever, is reported to be In a very precarious condition. J. Nelson Si pes, Ksq., and Prothon otary Frank p. Lynch were In Phila delphia and Atlantic City last week. They returned home on Saturday evening. Rev. P.. P. rtoberts, pastor of the M. E. church, of Hustontown, was present at the reunion of the Hot fam ily Monday. He spent u portion of the afternoon in town. The family of Samuel Hot., sr., of Tod township, held an old-time family reunion Monday at tho Kotz residence which was attended by nearly all the nwuilierg of tho family and largely by neighbors and friends. A live weeks' old dau...

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. — 30 August 1900

V 1 y h u m a, . ' . f ' . ..Vtti McCONM:l.i-SI'.UNu;l'A., .Vkum 3o. M"n NUMBER 50. rn a . ! I ! I i b IT TIIK IIID-SON l,(t; Ol K schools. Waterfall. Scott Cieenland, 'J; Winogardnor's, Isii Slovens, $21;! itj ,.., . ...... ......-.. t berry (.re.lOlmor Uclman.24: An liiUicstlnii Pkcfcli .f PaV- s. "ll V.'iiit.. i ,.,.n. t 'arriot iosnoll, ! from llic Onakvr City . t - 11 list-.;. town, V. (i. Wink, s-oJJ. Till iMI'SOV. I'ii "-i(,i s, Malaohi Litton, Th-mais i:. Truiix. I). T. Hum l"i't, .1. II. Mrewor, Ccorge W, W ....r und Tciiclwr, - v.. .utter !'(. -- i - . . Yiv Scott S. 1 !an i. '"-). .Inlin Klir.gei . T. Mellott. iukI win in ni'" is '!"rea II. I! I f WIS. 1 n I or. ,..s Mo;:d"Wgroiih ::(): l-ianc nun, , l il II!' ll' M s. i. !ivf s Mlshop. ,. M. I : 1 1 1111X11. ;tirs lli'ris. .Irv.a. ,r s-v, Sprint: house I (). Wihlc. ''(). I In' khiil. M.-llntt. .?-': Webster S!l.Ii!i Hard, : num- rt Mollott, !?2. ; Corn rTniiix. :Laurel Uidire, UKU-'AST. Abnor Lr.ho. .1. 1'. p,vd T. M 11 ...

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. — 30 August 1900

I ixmiii THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. It la not believed that the coal op erators will attend tte conference at Hasleton, to which they have been In vited by the t'nlted Mine Workers. Correspondence recently discovered In the Philippines and given out at Washington shows that the Filipino planned two covert attack upon Manila. A successful test wai recently mndo of the navnl torch at Atlantic City. N. J., tinder the supervision of the Gov ernment officials. Margaret Mlnnehim, a former nun, committed suicide by Jumping over board from the French liner L'Aqul tulno at xea. National Association of Mexican War Veterans will meet In Cincinnati on September 13 and 14. The Municipal League will hold It annual meeting In Milwaukee on Sep tember 19. 20 and 21. St. Louis shows a spurt In her efforts lor a world's fair next yenr. There were several race riots In New York. A terrific Btorra U reported to have raged at Cape Nome on August 7, re sulting In much loss of life and the de struction of many...

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. — 30 August 1900

g lTg Op fg4IONl. xt city. Shnllow square ,1,,. feature of the In test .., The clilc May Mnn- ftrnTPIl h"" use UJ I. il l! M's FANCY WAIST. sml also the siiinrt effect w bnuils of narrow black dcsltiu, which Is suitable maw and odd waists. Is u a moili'l of white tafl'eta luce, but would be effect- nf the pastel silks or in veil ullar wool materials. The imperfectly fitted IIhIuk, be usual pieces. The yolk faced onto the back, but irate In the front, where It to the right shoulder nnd looked over Into place. The r l gathered at the front. K collar and ugulu nt the It It plain across the shout tack and drnwn down nt The shaped collar Is laid Aa aud closes Invisibly nt fe the full waist closes nt front, as does the lining, but ire concealed by the folds, nock Is fitted with a dart Into the throat. The i to otic piece, the outer iinjt only to the elbow," nud j heed on to elbow depth. ill wnlst for a woman of 'K four and one-quarter material twenty-one inches tw and three-eljihts yards ...

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. — 30 August 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Feck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday. August 30, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIIVKKTIHINIl RATKS. Ir luinnrn or llrn-o S times f fin. ler square euoh sutmcmienl Insertion.... H. All advertisements inserted for less than three months ceurged by the Houuro. S nniN, (lint in. 1 vr." ...IMI. I f-.li.iai. Tkioni. .. . am, 411.1m. rxi.oi. . ... t .. I Ni.UII. 7.MNI. line-fourth column.. One-half column f ine Ctllllllltl Nothinir Inscrterl fur less thnn ft. Professional Cunts one yuur 5. Illshop IStrkrr of Indln. Indln 1m nn Immense aggregation of peoples of most diverse type, Inn gun ges and governments. Our church began missionary work In the north west provinces In 1KTi7. Ir. William Itutlcr wim the pioneer nml founder of nil our work In Unit vast peninsula. In infill several men went lo his assist ance, among whom wan ltev. Kdwln W. I'arker, who after all thcHe year of con tinuous service was elected by t...

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. — 30 August 1900

V -... c,( )UViv m;v: V .VtiMiniiiiii ,. n ;i .Moment. v! t M I.! KV IV IV All TV indd's IihIiiui :i i m Uu .i-till,,'V "i"ans ' ,,,,!( (runs or 1ln iH'i-in.i- J jps of i'irtiliciili)iis. It. t!"' ,lt,li'it' sirtiHi'ry - n lf ln-sivy men. lx'itvy ,s )usivy bullorks und lioitvy .'j'andiiinnmiiitroii. Tlie n'uns, , V,V, 'l lDTlfT Villlp'. !m just ',jn(lfiat,vul'.1 lvive vi'ovt'd ' -11)11) in South At'ricn. Hut ivy briKiul? n.H yet never llficlmnce of distinnisli- liilllSt'lf' ,jtSihl thiit the eye is the (lW.f llie soul. If this he , the I'lephmthx' eye is his '.; Tlie hulloek'.s eye is f v soft brown, ntid full of ' irot, the nnittiiil itself is ',nis nmi' 1 I It fulls lothe H 1 41 i tile li i- Cu st;,ildil!r .in ;i I'i l ! H i H I Vthle tun." Iii's r.HM'tii ImI of few men to i"i',y thiit they lire mi .!' );'i'lin of 'f he ;ood for- i.v i..m..i;.mi t. v. devoid of intelli- ,,,ail feel in ii th;m even the slice'. ui the other hand, i'! ill, nitr-lilf" f' ' no ('"" -t m'cius t contradi...

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. — 30 August 1900

TRUTH Think not, O seeker sfter Truth Thy path with nnei strewn will he: th nHM strewn hull, smiling luat menus srasn thy hand, And cheer thee by their sympathy. Tlmt smils r eacr as thine own With wy shui linil Truth Hum mnyst find, And bid Ions cherished error flee, And loose the chums of creed that bind. Knv, nerve thy soul to meet rebuff, 'to lonely plod thy weary way; Ta hear the acorn and bitter sneers, And ell that trie man'i constancy. W....U......U.. VI. A NIGHT OF Vp y an Officer of the t.V.U...V.WU.. n.VYELINO the road from Car rolltqn to Golden, 801UO years ogo, I found myself overtaken b y night Id a lonely In rt of the route, with a howling Ktorm coming up from the west "bH . that rendered tho - - ----- wny darker and gloomier at every step. The horse I bestrode was a powerful nnlmul, but had beeu ridden hard dur ing the dtiy and was exhibiting signs of gre.it fatigue. I was not In the best of humor. I ' had n greed to meet the Chief of Serv ice at Golden, o:i tho foll...

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. — 30 August 1900

mit-Y OP ENGINEERS. fnltifnl ntllromd Harriett of All of Tbom. W. Rpgm.who wa killed In "t 0f the fat bound mail tralu ' yke Bbore at Westfield on iltofl lOCOluuiivo engineers in . . .t,. nnnntrv H Winn Ifi aft 01 jW of the Lake Shore for o 'Don ana '; "jujuu iu r iha nfflrlala nt iha tin. .'(tc u " ' 'IB wl0 cul(l wal'e the time ' ireful, conscientious work. Mn railroading as a fireman non the State line work train ol j Buffalo & State Line road, af j (steaded to Erie, and called ' j,lo & Erie, and finally merged Lake Shoro & Michigan ,a in 18C6 he got hla step and ,w throttle of a switch engine at Lrt The next year ho ran the ! . nil r 1 . IfjiD al olivet vjuctt, unu ua 1 1K9, he went on the road aa a i nagl'neer. In 1880 he was pro- j passenger run, and up to luiely end Pl'c1 the passenger jot the Lake Shore In winter and j,,, Regan came from a family ,.jnWr. His brother, Thomas L fcu the opposite run on the jjloa train, nn uromer, jame-B x who died a short time ago, ...

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 August 1900

I. MMtlt'ujhAFkMJitK. .11.1, , .ulmr,.(l Iluad IIosUjIUt ad tlus wwk. Judgo liuukUy was a callir Tiuis lay. You I'tin liny nt lowest fash jn-lw cloiin Timothy Hrod nt Invins. l'wrloss Hore uml (initio l'owdi-r at Robinson's. lOcts )or lb. Nat Wiflhurt, of HurrUonvilH,HKiit luHt Saturday In this place. Mr. Lewis Mellott.of Ploasunt Kidge, dropped in to nee us while in town last week. Mr. Sander W. Cllno, Kort Little ton'f JuBtioe of tho Peaco, spent Tues day in town. Miss Jessie deliver, of Huck Val ley, has sooured a nice position In a telephone exchange at York, Pa. Samuel Hockonsmlth brought his danghtor Sadie to town Tuesday to take the eastern stage. Miss Lois Caldwell spent last Saturday anil Sunday with Miss Mary U. Skinner at Hig Cove Tannery. Prof. I). C. Stunkard recently broke the bowling record at the Hedford Springs with a score of 244. While chopping limekiln wood last Saturday, Mr. Otlio Summers, near town, had the misfortune to cut his foot almost severing two toes. W...

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. — 6 September 1900

3LUME 1. ? --- : - " TIHIM V YliAKS AGO. jirls Vh Attended .Mi s.SUr i rctt'x School in IHTO. MCCONNELLSBURG, PA.. September 6, 1900. NUMBER 51. 'llinissuo of th(! Nows of istOtli, wo published the fcalxmts of the. boys who jdnl Mrs. Stcrrott's school i;tho winter of 1H70. In iftt'ticlo we promised to Ml St tho girls in our next issue tnsinessciilliu' us a way from tho matter has beeu nog- nv persons have had such an jerii'ticons Mrs. Sterett that filing the primary pupils town for a period or thirty- years, and that in the same V Unliko many others who grown old in tho work of $!iing with a broken down nus system, and an irritable Vr, Mrs. Sterett, to the inf linr last work, maintained Lmminiitv of temperament i " consecrated love for her 'k to such a degree that mom- is cherished in the hearts t i i.. ii. T IlUlllircus in iuMin, lilt; .irest of whom have grown to iDod aud womanhood, while tlio number, are found jkl pareuts of the sunny faced jivn now taking their initial (as under...

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. — 6 September 1900

THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. Governor Roosevelt has granted Mayor Van Wyek, of New York, fifteen days additional in which to file his an swer to the charges that he was Im properly connected with the American Jce Company. Musician Henry Vance, who deserted to the enemy In the Philippines and was enptured, was brought to San Francisco to serve n sentence of ninety years' ImprlRonment. The contractor erecting the new Federal building In Chicago signed the agreement of the union and dis charged the non-unionists. The Otter Creek Lumber Company's plant, near 1'nrnons, W. Va., was de stroyed by fire, the loss being about a quarter of a million. A report recommending the restric tion of brokerage was made at the convention of Are insurance agents in Milwaukee. The residence of Rev. F. J. Cobb, of Statesvllle. On., was struck by Wght nlng and Mrs. Cobb was killed. Charles Moody killed his father while the two were working In a coal mine near Belleville, llltnolg. A number of arrests were made In...

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. — 6 September 1900

THE REALM OF FASHION. k city-' "J10 01 "n"cc ' omiy becoming llinn Iho y " C.fmH Tim nvfml. , IIJ 11111".' Mniilnn design here lllus- inllaptiil to miiiiy materials, "Ivor in'""'' effective '". " taffeta win' applique ,M embroidery. The model " , ,h ti,r (hawing wn made Is ;!,flilrt of figured black silk 1 waist made of rend.v tucked r ...,nin while. The lln. MP 111 ' " " , ,m Mitlii. l't "10 rovers nro ,iih blnrk panne, which ndds 0 till1 ftll'C'l. MI1I K, antrlion the waist. Is finished -ii.. if henvv orentn lure. 'ri"4'!- - ,,,,,...,,, l, luted linn""" Uditwly attractive for gnrden .nd lufornini rirmun inn bint from l'nrls tells or taf ,iirlilil l.v embroidery Into nlJ and sliver Tiueiius nr iu luf beneath ninv he Lfcntrnstlug material, but Is ff et i VG 'I' 11 'il'i""""n alTi as chiffon, moussoiiiio nnu itJlts' WAIST Wllir BOLF.l'.O. it this bolero for n lady of me Ue three yards of material mdc luclies wide, or one mid ;(bth yards fifty Inches wide, m and three-quarter yards of...

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. — 6 September 1900

" -flu S - . -- FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Sept. 6, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. AIIVKIITIHINII 11ATRH. Per Wimrp of M lines a limes fl Ml. Per Hcpmre cneh sutisciiucnt. Insertion . . . . ho. All itilvcrtiMftiicntH Inserted for lean than threft mouths ccurgcd by tho sipmro. f Ine-fonrth no, nun.. cine-hiilf column Ono Column .1 inns. Hiiioh. 1 yr. 7. i r ( k ). 1 if ji i. in fcti 1. 1 i" , . ftlll. 40.10. Nl.oo. .. Ki ll). I NVOO. 76.011. Nothing Inserted fur less thnn l. ProfcKslouul Curtis uue your IA. 1 1081 MINIli It Reformed the Man Who Found It. i By A. D. ' "It 1h rather a peculiar cnsc," ho be gan. I Broiled wisely. ' Every ono thlnkR his case peculiar. In reality It teener ally proven unuHunl only to tho ono conoerneil In It. My iNjok was turned, fuou down, on tho window sill. I wan ready to listen, )ut Alyn did not go on at once. lie Hat quietly giulng out of tho window across the ri...

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. — 6 September 1900

jON COUNTY NLW5. j .bll'l'fl U Sit l"'ll'!U't,i ill ( H)(i(l Umt 111 tl' ut'cmnf. s nr ,ilv niiulc nf WIil'I'c it .1- .r,)i'iiti'(Uy ".vithout, iipjvuciit (v;iti""lloW(,v,,,,,,,'l"''sl,n,!'1 nut i'y ti'dicck tin' im jt,i dttitck, but to uscoi't.iiti ',!S0 rf I'll' 1 rouble;. Tt is hiU'Wl' tiiilt il''i:l't tlisi'llsi1, vstiiiii of tbo liver ;n.ul coixli ;llTi'i:k'(l by or aflVi'tinu' tin; ulatioti of tlmbloiiti prcdisposi; ,s('l)l('i'i1i considcrablit ,tv i l'ri'(UCMi tly Ml lest tin (.ll.-.tH of tilt .n crniin.nt. At t'i" cni! ,,f ivory sis si'll it.' I ;M ess. t.lic sil',firt('l s .'mi .1 ' i w ,r,( mi s of l !r. purty in pnv.-fi at ti men up, I'n.in tin.'. i mvii ) -; met points of view, tlie results of the session Tlie most familiar basis r coin parison of one party, or one ses sion, wit), another is that of tlie anp'-op nations I low iihr-Ii is it eostinv' to "run theoverniueiit?" f there has been a considerable increase of appropriations was it justifiable, or was it extrava-f-...

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. — 6 September 1900

I? A TWO-STORY FARM. BY LEWIS B. MILLER. $ INCH dinner was over, I.0111 IMg glns. n strongly built, eonrsely c I n il, cheorf ill looking young fallow of twenty-four, wns start ing to bis work n Kii I n. He was riding one horse, bareback, nuil leading n not her. Heelng his wife In tint iloor of 1 lii? log, farmhouse. Willi tin- baby In her nrnis, lit! en lied out: "I'm going to plow In the buck field the rest of tin dny, Niinnle! Don't you bother about the cow If I'm n little Into getting home! I'll milk them after upper!" "Turn out ns enrly no you enn, I.em:" fclie culled buck. "All right!" he Answered, cheerfully. Waving his hiind to the bit by, he rode nwoy across the Held, whistling, while the hiiriiess cbiiins Jangled a loud ac companiment. At the further edge of the cultivated bind be stopped, got down, and put the horse to n turning-plow that had been left sticking in the ground. Let ting the plow slide ou Its bar, he fol lowed a rocky rond over h bill until he cnine to culti...

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. — 6 September 1900

9" DRJALMAGE. DlSiOl'B-SK. Th, Harden ot III Ring Christ . -.l fine. Tl, Vln. ,nd Fruit nf KollKlon levolion irnrrriHiit i'h.i t(;T'. ' '"H ""'"ion Ilr. ,pd(N fi'" n linltiiiR )l' in '..,. ihinnuli til1 vnllcys of Swilz l utiin ' l'nv" H''irc(l ., Hno'ii ini'l nidinii of a Riirdcn ,r Tin' 'Xt ' rioti f Sulo I i nil nunc into niy i;.-irilrn." I,f i civil t imeiii. Ve liuve in ,', vlivt'mi "mi buhl imntrrry nnil .' jntlMilicvi" mid rnpttiruiiH lyric mmimI "lid iiwtrurtivo nana I ,l'.vlii.ihil iwiiIiii; tlioiiKlitn cx i ,tvl mm t" Kiilrinn tlmn thai ,,inif'rv, more liolil than that ,J nunc trrrilile than that nf 'orf natural than that nf WnnU nrnrc inipii'-'i''in'il than th.it. of ,)rc ti ml r than that, of (.'owner, ,i lliin that of Spenser. Thin ,m bniiR" " t'1" nem of the ', ii iiunni't, ami it wcnvcN the ( jmlfliii'iit int" it" itarlnndx and ,-t,nil liariiKinie in its rhythm, ml thi book touched it nmkeH I frum the plain atonm of the ' thnhin(t ll""r to the ilniitilitcra r hlhiiK t...

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. — 6 September 1900

lie ad IIoHtcttcr sd this week. You can buy nt lowest cash ricu clean Timothy Seed at trwlns. W. L. Moseby, of Well Valley, was nt MoConnellsluirg last Saturday. PoerloHg Hoi-go and Cattle Towdor at IiobtnHon'a. lOctgperlb. We regret to record the Bovere Illness of Mls Flora llann, of Webnter Mill. A new (ace, that of another little girl, graces the home of Mr. Peter Kirk, of the Tannery. WANTED. At the Fulton County News ofllce, a bright boy or girl not under xixteen years, of age to learn printing. Miss Minnie K. Mock, of Tod town ship, began her work on Monday as teacher of the Grammar school at Shade Gap. Mr. HalHey Hyorn, the fashionable tailor of Webster Mills, will remove to Hancock, Md., to assist In the es tablishment of W. D. Myers. David Powell, of Thompson town ship, lost one of his best horses. It was In the Held at pasture and during the severe storm was struck dead by lightning. Next Sabbath Ilev. I'. 1. Koberts will preach his farewell sermon at Bethlehem in the morn...

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. — 13 September 1900

?. I X. ' V r r' i ; m :.: : IS v' . OLL'MK 1. i. soon i.KAVii i vi in it. ; i ocku.k wismaiu wi.dding. lYcCONNLLLSI3URG, I'A., Scptcinlvr U. Fxx. NUMBER 52. SCHOOL TAX. i Mi:i u I II I v. two. s: aim i) wok.si: imax iu im'. ( ii,Miiitli litis liMKiU'cd iii lliisl ,,n tin- cw Town of V InJbcr. A wedding, which iitti-iiclod an unusual amount of attention. took v kvwm i!.-iiiii''.. j place Ml the bride's homo in the 'l'iist Silt unlay Mr. Harry H. j iiiet little village of Harrison Hiitli disposed of his house- j ii!e, I';,., at lSl.Ven o'clock, oil tfoilsal public sale and in j Tuesday evening, September -I. future Will go lO v ina ,. new town in Somerset v, to lake personal charge ,i business of the Twentieth rV Tailoring firm. Mr. ,iitli expects t make that Pa. hislioine in the future, hav jirliased a lot on the Mid where ho expects to erect a jnir house and storeroom ;l a low weeks. iiif.' Mr. Ooldsmith's rosi h(ro ho made many friends ref to see him leave. lie ;,itliis place from...

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. — 13 September 1900

THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. TTie Went India hurrlra.no which wept the coast towns of Texas nnarly entirely destroyed tho city of Galvo ton. It is estimated that 2000 people pttUfhea, and tne property loss will rnn up Into the millions. The towns f Sabine Pass and Houston also mit- fered heavy liwsrB. In Galveston 4000 nouses were destroyed. The executive board of the United Mine Workers left It In the hands of President Mitchell and Secretary Wll Bon to order a strike If the influences nald to be nt work to bring about an adjustment of the pending differences tlo not Kuccced. Maria Pnntollo. a little 8-year-old Rlrl, saved the Chlcngi express from a bad wreck lit Hound Itrook, N. J. Shi removed a largo tie from the trade while six men stood Idly by. The excursion steamer John Endleott struck a sunken rock off Minot Light. Massachusetts, and foundered, but all of her 600 passenger were safely taken off. Customs oftlrlalB In New York seised the trunks of Mrs. Elizabeth Shnniihan and Mrs. A...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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