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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 October 1900

VOLUME 2. AcCONNELLSBURG, FA., October 18, 1900. NUAtBER 5. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS. $ and Ends From the Reporter's Note Book. While about her work Monday jorniug,Mi's. Hannah Goldsmith .truck her "crazy-bono" against ie sharp edge of the cupboard J fainted. Through the prompt Airts of her daughter Maine she tjs resuscitated, but she has not ;lt well siuco. We have on our desk a sample (the ore from the farm of Dan ,1 Covalt, Esq., of Thompson unship. The Squire has about renty-five tons out, and wo are iformod that ho expects to make ; shipment this week. The ore ht has been leased on some of righboring farms. The report1 jat the vein is found ' on the ist side of the Ridge seems to incorrect. We received by mail on Tuos iy flour for a mess of buckwheat akes from Will Peck's new mill Gem. This mill is a common lble enterprise, and will be a .rent cou venience to the farmers -.that region. "Will is a genius; id it would not be suprisiug to arofliis having added an at ichment by which b...

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. — 18 October 1900

THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. The anthracite miners' convention. In session In Scranton, adopted a reso lution to accept a ten per rent. In crease provided It wns coupled with a six moiit.hu agreement, the abolition of the sliding scale and tho redress of other grievances ly the operators. The Supreme Castle. Knights of the Golden Ragle, In session in Youngs town, Ohio, elected officers nnd delect ed Buffalo for their next meeting place. John Hnnlcy, of Jersey City, drank carbolic acid on tho grave of his first wife In the Hudson County Catholic Cemetery. He may survive. Joseph Moreland, of Morgantowu, was nominated for Judge, of tho Cir cuit Court for the Second Judicial Cir cuit of West Virginia. Mrs. M. E. Holt has boen lying In a comatiwe condition for 60 hours In Dover, Del., from Inhaling gas escap ing from a heater. 1 Charles A. Naulty wns sentenced In Newark, N. J., to thirty years' Im prlHonment for killing his stepmother. The American liner St. Paul report the French liner l&...

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. — 18 October 1900

THE REALM OF FASHION. v.,ri City. Hint tor how 1 .r wardrobe Ih Incomplete i fl"' ,liat ''llu ," ,"lllw'' jej C1TKEI) CAcB. strf wear nntl till tlmAn oecu ,liifh menu removing 11m out- . t.... M....t.... jTPl- He smiiii. ..in,) .uiimioii UlllSIIIlieu u a mi mc (e.ihiros mill Is comfortable lit m. linio that It Is easily made, m, llie material Ih doe colored jrnl cloth, with yoke of (larkor mil trimming of embroidered v, while tli en po Ih lined with .iffi'tn In light shades, lint cloth - color. (Imp d'eto, Henrietta or v wiic oiin lie substituted, with amine nml lining preferred, pointed yoke nml high, flaring :rpnit together, but 111 sections, allow of n perfect lit. The 1st makes tlio enpe proper Is 1 imuiiil lu backward turning forming nn Inverted plent nt ;Tebnck. Knell pleat Ih stitched re length one-liulf Inch from to form the nnrrow tuekH. -its are then laid narrower nt and widening tow. rd the but iltre pressed and tacked on the f id to position. The cape por- ittadied to a ...

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. — 18 October 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEW Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Oct. 18, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIHTIHIHO HATER. Per ftqunre of R linen time tl R0. Per wjunre eoh ubnequent InHortlon.... AO. All advertUemeuui lnnerted for ten than three month oearKOd by the square. 8 mow. 1 1 moll. I yr. One-fourth column Iin.oo. I'JO.OO. HoToo! Pne-hnlf column !.OD. o.io. fto.no. One Column 40.00. W OO. 7H.00. Nothing lnnerted for lem than tl. Professional Cards one year (ft. According" toLnw. The following-isclippcd from Croke Jame's "Curiosities of Law and Lawyers" "If a man were to give to another an "orange, ho would merely say, 'I give you this orange,' but when the trans action is intrusted to the hands of a lawyer to put it in writing, he adops this form: I, A. B., here by give, grant, and convey to you all and singular, my estate and interest, right, title, claim and advantage of and in the said or ange, together with all its rind,...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 18 October 1900

iLToN county n.:vs. flflonn Afrlenn CnMniK, , t!,,. In;::::!" HUTili' . i of tlio '' of tin' NU'''-. "' ('mint do 1 T,.H;it RliN wctipy flip most p!;; "'. Tlw.v nre nt rcRiiliir 'S (iffu: i''l ''P ,n ,hl' tf"il. In ij"0f n:.rlii!-:i 1'l'OM1 "'I" lmrriHi? '.j ti,cy nm'i't It Willi pviilu am) nl,:..' N'ollliHR IS I'Cl'llMIMl to Ui(ne '.,'ciiilo lii'' nil vo. If 0110 of '.. n liii'vlwr.ie lrc.M or onm .p.iiii 'iinui:i '""1 oxproKsos a do- -j o lif v" """inn iiuiKi frivi' 11 . Men nro nino mioriiu'oii, iiioiikii . nr ' ri'llKl"11" 1'!I". mid tlloy nio Oi'itib iih fiiKcrly ns t lie f-lrls. B((jC cunll oiioo trli-il to wivo ono '.yte victims, liut ItiHteml of llinuk Hm, the innn rcvllod lilin mi Mttcr W intiTforliiK nml "colilcd tlm liy lfrt to lii'iii'tlly for iloliiyliiR to out 1,e "cntenco thnt tlioy jpily stopped lil month by kllllnj? -5, worst liifiilt which ono wonmu offer to another In to hold out tho -n lmiicl l front of hor with tho In- nod mlddlo lliiBor forming tho lot- V, This...

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. — 18 October 1900

- ' i A WOMAN'S SONC. I. JiHTnoTHAt, Poxo. The world in adrcitm and pale with (lie moon; Two petrels on ?U1 wind take flight: And you lirenthe a word t'lrouuli tho fragrant iii(ht. The lisp oF the wind nnd the (tea-wind's tune; , And the star nnd love are alight, II. TlrtTTIAL Soxd. The niril are nested o safe and warm; The beaches are drowned in n Hood of white That drivers the rng9 of yon spray tossed height: In the shndow you fold me in vour arm; And the slurs and love arc alight. 111. f'nAW.K SONO. The p and tho mglit mid the world are nl rest; The limiting are hidden from mother iliht V.y soil, warm wings; with my heart nil's right ; for my lialie, my babe is asleep on my breast; And the stars. and love mo alight. Virna Woods, in the Woman's Home i'ompa:iion. SKE DID NOT CARE! By Morice Gerard. V9999999t9999999WA lit KOBF.UT HAUUIXnilAM snt adding up accounts at t lie (j I library tiibli! of his luxurious flat la Maddux Square. The lniiulli! of the door turned nnd John Frevllle...

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. — 18 October 1900

I cwtl of VI ft. ! there are ruins which are known as the castle of i Although cyclopean walls openings are found, and the ifh At uu lc' fc Bun, tfd iOr me iwiiklm w a, pi- t Hlftny ait:nwiuB(oin Ultra htful whether the identtflca- 'H P,ace houl( continue to Dr. Dorpfeld has been U with funds to undertake a borough expiormiiou or me , kU hitherto been attempt- lnn years a no he examined jjof Ithaca and fixed on a site s,r part or it oai since , the conoluslou that the resl- t'lymcs is noi 10 oe round tit la the Island of Leucadla or Hon and near the town of Len gth wme have Identified aa the L, Kerlcun. Lucaoia, it will Lnbereil, ha poetic associations jon of the runs tmpno com- ulclde. wae passionately ,1th r bnautiful youth name! md M hc fHlled to obtain u nf affection she Is said to have herself from the promontory belief tnat inose wno icon ,p would be cured of their love, 3troyel. npliartiiit Hon Mnuater. ,aquarlum of the Calcutta zoo- iDfiety Is a monster crao, re quired In th...

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. — 18 October 1900

C'barllo Irwin in still a very sick boy. No Shotless Shells for salo at Hob. inson's. A fine lot of Lamps and Jardon nierres at Irwin's. Merchant W. R. Speer, of Saluvla, was In town Monday. You want to have your sale bills printed at the NEWS office. Henry Watson, son of Barber Isaac Watson, has been critically ill for several days. Merchant T. B. Huston at Clear Ridge has Wen very poorly for several days. Irwin sells the Norwood Sewing Machine for eighteen dollars. Call and see them. The teacher's of Ayr township will hold a local Institute at Laurel Ridge Friday evening October 26th. Irwin sells Pratt's Food for Horses, Cows, and Poultry. It will pay all farmers to feed it. A teacher's institute will be held at Center school house, Thompson town ship, on the evening of the 20th Inst. Irwin has just received new Prunes, Cranberries, Heinz's mince meat, and Sweet Pickles. Call and try them;they arc elegant goods. Watson Lynch who spent the past three months in his uncle George's st...

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. — 25 October 1900

jftitteit VOLUME 2. DEATH RECORD. Persons Who Have Been Called to Their Final Reward During the Week. M('K . On las t Fr i (1 ay a 1 i t tl i) son, tweuty-threo months old, of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Mock of Tod township, dind of pneumonia, and vas interred in the yard at t;ie McConnellsdalo church Sunday morning, Hev. Smith conducted tho services. Pix'ic. On last Thursday even ing another light went out in our community when the spirit of Nettie ft. Pock, daughter of .las. and Sarah Feck, of Belfast town ship, passed from this earth nev er more to return. Miss Feck was born May 10, lHfl, and died October Is, 1K)0, M that dread disease diphtheria. She was a most exemplary lit tle girl and was exceedingly intel ligent, being already possessed with an education far surpassing most children at her ago. She was an active Sunday school worker in the Methodist church where her loss will be felt almost as heavily as at her home where she is survived by lier father and mother, one broth er u...

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. — 25 October 1900

rpW Hlili'.M- Kbr. t THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. At the coinmcnmrnl Ion dny exor cises nt Princeton Bishop Satteiloe, rands nu clooucnt address, firmly sus taining the foreign policy of the ad ministration, n ml the degree of t.tj.U. was conferred on Secretary of State May. 'The Jury in thp case of Henry R. Youtsey, tried In Georgetown, Ky., on the charge of being n principal In the murder of Governor Goebel, found him Builty and placed his sentence at life imprisonment. Fourteen persons comprising the families of Thomas Miller nnd Andrew Hennswllch, were made seriously nick In Reading, Pa., by eating toadstools for mushrooms. Both houses of the Kentucky Lcgis lature passed the non-partisan election law nnd Governor Beckham will sign It. While his wife was sewing nnd sinn ing, John PfuilTer hung himself tn Chl cagu In her presence without attract ing her notice. John Dona I) and John Ford were killed by an avalanche of dirt and rock In the Excelsior Slate Quarry, near York. A daring burg...

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. — 25 October 1900

Trj E.BT& Op f shion. t York City. Whether a girl or does noi. Mii goir t-n p .1.. 1.1 nil wear, as well as folf n liULil- JI19SRS (Apr:. irivi'liiiB ii"1' lo "''1' ,)V,'l' ipnvii she wears lo Hit- Inl'iirmnl tat vl nil young people enjoy, j ruh', (lie material chosen Is y.fn (1 clolh, lilalu outside, plaid n, mill Hie cape Is iinlined, but prolty evening wraps In the sauio If model ran lie made of lighter ilr;i) (i'cte or even cashmere Immtiglinut tith soft sill; and in--1 nlili wool wadding, If a seiini jilc nt tin- buck. To cut wit limit ;,n lift y right inch goods will be yi. sniml May Manlrm model illus . j cm without a seam, and is A Willi simple niaelilne sliteh :ho fruiiis being iinderfaeed Willi Mil, nil outer c : os turned tinder. Ii,hk1 Is tlie latest style, and lianas .fully over the shoulders, at the lime thai II Is entirely prnctica jilrau he drawn up over the liend , required. The high foliar Is rut liium that are curved to fit: the i ami Unit Hare becomingly when...

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. — 25 October 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. THE FALLS OF NIAGARA, PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION. Have SixtvTwo licscciHlitnts. I Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Oct. 25, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIHTIMNO BAT1H. Per ftqunre of 8 linen S time II SO. 1'er nquure each nulmeqiinnt Insertion.... fx). All advertisement Inserted for lew thau three month oeurifed by the square. 8 mo. ft mow. 1 yr. One-fourth column fhYiio. t'jn.no. fan'iin. One-balf column ss.no. 411.10. Mum. One Column 4Q.U0. W ot). 7H.00. Nothlne Innerted for less thftn II. ProfexHlonal Cards one yeur IS. Cultivating Huckleberries. Blueberries or huckleberries as the several varieties are known in differrent sections of the coun try, have been found growing wild for so long- a period that their improvement by selection and plant breeding has been en tirely overlooked. Recently, how ever, the Maine Experiment Station has been investigating the subject, and the conclusions they arriv...

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. — 25 October 1900

T0N COUNTY NEWS. THE TASK. ."Tnk" I'' " nd wri,e UkbiriK 1,"'F' OTi,fl"''1 "! ll"P"rt '':.mtm "" ' 'J' I j'lnc" "' '"'r r"' m,,'," j alien. I". 'l"" my '"lit tl,' iIH in Iiuiy li HUR(iKOXTJlUEAI). MATERIALS THAT ARE USED TO SEW UP CUTS AND WOUNDS. "l,m" "tumn nicht, task Hint tiiim 1'iiiist mt, Ui. u I, hint il In', front iiiin( ilrcum of hnrt ... ..mnti Tin; I..vcfraiiiiilet I irinn i-uvt iruu win-. Itui" linton HL-ulluril In C'oRinnpoIlhui. HE SECRET SERVICE. Work of Heading a ci- .. ......I. of 2.000 Wonla. ,u.m 1( jroviTimicntH ninko uho of mi i - their eiplicretl coiiiiiiunlcii- ,fitli their ntJt'iits nlironil, other iinrv of Mliiieriiis nun worus, iiiki !-fniexeluHlvely words. Of cotirw, jly proMt'iK that iiectln Hulutlon ;natcbi'9 f i'11" klml to uwvr the key tuimber or key wonl. tlmt I" uocoinpIlsliiMl, thu lo ir Is WW though K''''M'Hy very Iiidifil It Is illlllcult to cotioolvo sore tiresome, licntl splltthiK piece "ft limn cltlier to cipher or tlccl , dispatch of Homo l.i'...

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. — 25 October 1900

BY THE STREAM. The mmlifilit Meat between tlie Wves Anil flnketn on the utrenm; The lift In miimown dart about Like mlmdown in a dream. fieynnd the allude the clnver-rn-!.! I quiverinu with Die heat. But here the water ripples cool About the children' feet. 1'he leaves atir softly overhaul; The ahadowa Verne toward nom. and they will have to leave their play And go to dinner noon. Katlmrine Pyle, in Harper's tlazar. tk MIDSUMMER DAY'S DREAM. J lt.T Marian C. I.. Uneven. . ADCi: started violently ns her eyes fell on I lie plo turn, well placed in the gallery, to catch t lie eye even of n careless passer-by. To catch It. nnil to Imld II. with Its warmth mill depth of coloring mid Its quaint lone, like thnt of a Ynlks Lied. "St. John's Kve In Norway." Madge would have known It at a glance, without that laliel on It. Kor nil Instant she stood staring. Then, rather that her limbs failed under her tlian that she desired to nit down opposite the picture. she dropped upon the bench In-fore ...

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. — 25 October 1900

j of Pernio, now ,n Pari, determined to keep level jili private use which will ,t glnre the time, not '.run. but at twelve other jrtra acros9 the world. ti MP ln the morning ho '1 to tell to a second how ' ! wagg'ns. 'ron Washlnft ,"fekln, irom Yokohama to n Ia Pnrlo. TnHnn iburl. Vienna, or Bomhay, to L, samarcand. piwiiil" Ty Komi. MUrpa of Macon, Ua.. are to ' ptnslvo but highly Inetruc- m the snnpe oi a complete , trolley line about a mile -jtb car win accommodate i6nger, and la complete in inciufiins electric lights, li to be located In a prl- ,ria lroil"cf at Ilia Inrl t p.; iri'nnneitr ami (wo nolil w.'- I., clip I..,..-... ',"nf Anl at the'I'HrlB Ki(m. . MrNclll Ubb)-. of ( hli-auo, ,.' fjcplli-ncu auil superiority of .J; f,.l. Here In America, ttio irtnd h lwB'" '"'en if eniriiioil the liik'hi'Kl standard of i ct'l. nl !n Hi' ir"iervBt inn of Meats, ,tivalle rio t thnt. Ilm protluc. U NUI A' 1 .1 ly have rerolvetl (n (lni Pt rvi'ry Exposition held In ,' smuriiirtntt the imj...

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. — 25 October 1900

9 4Ai)lMirMi No Sliollcus Shells for Halo at Kob. lnson'g. A fine lot of Lumps and Jardon nlerres at Irwin's. Mr. Ri'llloy Daniels of ThompHon township lias purchased h nice piano for his ion Hoy. Irwin sells the Norwood Sowing Machine for eighteen dollars. Call and gee them. Mack Shull, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Shull, of tho Crossings, has entered a business collide In Pittsburg. Irwin sells Pratt's Food for Horses, Cows, and Poultry. It will pay all farmers to feed it. Money to loan for clients in sums of not less than $500, on first mortgage. Apply to M. R. Shafiner, McConnells burg. There will be preaching services at the home of Mr. Chrlstaln Martin in Ayr township next Sunday Morning at 10 o'clock. Irwin has just received new Prunes, Cranberries, Ileinz's mince meat, and Sweet Tickles. Call and try them;they are elegant goods. No other pills can equal DeWitt's Little Early Risers for promptness, certainty and efficiency. Trout's Drug Store. Miss Clara Hite, of Baltimore, is t...

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. — 25 October 1900

if. A.v I 1i J fT ml ' liif- I i 1 in No Shotles SlitllH for sale at Hob. inson's. A fine lot of Ijiunjis mill Jardon nierres at Irwin's, Mr. Rcllloy Daniels of Thompson township linn purchased h nice piano for his son Hoy. Irwin sells the Norwood Sowing Machine for eighteen dollars. Call and soe them. Made Shull, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Shull, of the Crossings, hus entered a business college In Pittsburg. Irwin sells Pratt's Food for Horses, Cows, and Poultry. It will pay all farmers to feed it. Money to loan for clients in sums of not less than V00, on first mortgage. Apply to M. H. Shafiner, McConnells burg. There will be preaching services at the home of Mr. Christ ain Martin In Ayr township next Sunday Morning at 10 o'clock. Irwin has just received now Prunes, Cranberries, Ileinz's mince meat, and Sweet Tickles. Call and try them;thoy are elegant goods. No other pills can equal DeWitt's Little Early Risers for promptness, certainty and efficiency. Trout's Drug Store. Miss Cla...

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. — 1 November 1900

V ti trill OLUME 2. AlcCONNtl.LSBURG, PA., November 1, 1VOO. NUMBER 7. a 1 FROM CHINA. ,.ry IntcrtUig Letter from 1 Ida Dcavor Luwton. ..writer of tho following lot- Ida C. Lawton, is n daughter I- J. A. Dcavor, of Warriors Huntingdon county, Pa. ;pd March 9, 1881. Ilis wife ,recoded him some ten years, there was left to survive , idaC. and Olive C. The -went to Kansas to live with Ancle, and died there. T he mcleft of this family was She graduated at William s- I Pa., and took the tirsthon- ,, her class of June, ls)t5, at Wille State Normal school. Iigust of the same year, she 1 for Chingkiang, China, jr being there over a year, she 'married to Kev. vv . v . Law- of South Carolina, and for she had to pay back to the odist Mission $400, being irst year's salary, and 7w .1 i s,;s. consequently sno is in tiptist missionary work with lusband at this time. Shanghai, China. August 2(, 19U0. tut Fiuknd: aro still waiting and wond- whatuext? Since tho Min- i affirm that the government and ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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