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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 November 1900

(I L, h: i I; it OLUME 2. McCONNELLSLiUKG. PA., November IVOO. NUMBER 7. i FROM CHINA. fl-y lutciestinn Letter from 5 Ida Dcnvor Lawton. writer of tlio following let IdaC. Lawtou, is a daughter J. A. Dcavor, of Warriors 4 Huntingdon county, J'u. fed March 0, 1884. His wife preceded him somo ton years, ..there was left to survive fl,I(laC. and Olive O. The j went to Kansas to live with 8uclo, and died there. The cue left of this family was j ghe graduated at Williams , and took the first hon i her class of June, lshli, t ysville State Normal school, jgust of the same year, she j for Chingkiang, China. t being there over a year.she aarried to Rev. W. W. Law of South Carolina, and for (ho had to pay back to the jodist Mission fc-liK), being ist year's salary, and $."m is. Consequently she is in itptist missionary work with jgsband at this time. I Shanghai, China. 1 August 20, niOO. ki Fuiknd: iaro stiJ waiting and wond jwhatnext? Since the Min I affirm that the government ijand not the...

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. — 1 November 1900

7 THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. All the companies but one have now irrmnted me concessions demanded by the striking miners In the Unzleton district, and there were tnanjr parades and other demonstrations. Governor Roosevelt celebrated the torty-thlrd annlversnry of his birth by Campaigning through New York. It has been finally decided that the Fassale county (N. j.) authorities have JurlRdlctlon In the case of Jennie Bos ichleter, who was killed by knock-out drops. $ Minister Conner preferred charges of rownrdlee against C'n pt u I n Newt T. Hall second in command of the Marine Corps during the sclge of Pckln. Julian T. H. Arnold, son of tho poet, Bdwln Arnold. Railed for London from New York n prisoner on the charge of embezzlement. Capt. Wm. H. Tendleton, who killed Wm. I). Francisco In Richmond In self defense, was exonerated by the coro oeer's Jury. Professor Wltthaus reported that ho Tound nrsenlc and mercury In the stom ach and Intestines of millionaire nice. One man was killed and t...

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. — 1 November 1900

7 THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. All the companies but one have now irranted the concessions demanded by the striking miners In the Hazleton district, and there were many parades and other demonstrations. Governor Ilooaovelt celebrated the forty-third anniversary of his birth by Campaigning through New York. It has been finally decided that the Passaic founty ( N. j.) authorities have Jurisdiction In the ruse of Jennie Bos ehleter, who was killed by knock-out flrops. t Minister Conger preferred charges of rownrdleo against Captain Newt T. Hall second In command of the Marino "orps dining the Beige of Pekin. Julian T. II. Arnold, son of tho poet, Edwin Arnold, sailed for London from New York a prisoner on the cluirgo of embezzlement. Cant. Wm. B. Pendleton, who killed Wm. I). Francisco In Richmond in self defense, was exonerated by the coro neer'B Jury. Trofessor Wltthatis reported that ho round arsenic and mercury In the stom ach and Intestines of millionaire Rice. One man was killed and th...

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

THE REALM OF FASHION. L.i. ntv. No wnmnn ever vot f mitf lllrt wW"- Tho coin 'mionts Kw In favor as the t l(ot mnkliiK them do In vn- ilTRACTIVK HHIBT WAIST. ;SJ beauty. At tli( moment jdiI figured French flannels, i wiilst cloth, embroidered ijawl cashmere nro nil shown, j, (he Hiuiic materials Id pin i it Jud.ill the niiiko of tufl'ota mid a. Tin1 May Miuitou design II j hire lin ludi'S nil the latest )niul is made from Henrietta jlilne, with the IlKiirpN mid vol i darker shade. The deep, turn ilar I exceedingly smart, nnd jp floi'vos nre n feature of (ho raM" shown. i,t Is seamless, nnd meet the ju, I lie fitting Indus entirely Islit'd by shoulder nnd under us. The fronts nro full, gutli i both neck nnd waist, nnd rcry slightly for n short space V of tlio eentre. Tho collar Is ToWtlons mid 111 ladled to tlio Hie sleeves nro one-seamed nnd illy full. Thoy nro gathered lie upper und lower edges, nnd ichetl to the cuffs nt tin; wrists, BLOUSE WAfST. lap over nud close Invisibly. t t...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 November 1900

i ,...i-rlty.-No woman ever yet t w ti;P . , .... ! l,ny shirt waists. The cotn- I ' nil irrnW 111 fnvnp na lin .U Ml U' " ' l, for ninklntf thorn do In yn- ATTRACTIVE SHIBT WAIST. nd beauty. At tho moment ll ami llRiired 1' rcneh flannels, ,i wilft cioin. eninromoreii ita ntitl cashmere nro nil shown, i is tho Mime materials In plain mil nil tlie ratine of tulleta and is. The May Mantou design II- 4 here Includes till tlie. latest mid Is iniule from Henrietta ,lilnp, with the llsrtiros mid vol i darker simile. The deep, turn- liar I exceedingly smart, nnd top flreves are a tent lire of (lie Mists shown. Kk Is seamless, nnd meets tho .Bis, the til tint; lieiiiK entirely Midi liy slKiuhler nnd umler- sjfj. The fronts nro full, gath t both "c k nnd wulst, and itry slightly for n short space If of Hip rent re. The collar Is u sections and ntlaehed to the Tlie sleeves nro one-sonmed nnd ally full. They nre gathered the upper nnd lower edges, nnd k'hed to the cuffs nt the wrists, BLOUSE ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 November 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. VV. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 1. 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVIRTMINO HATHH. Per ixjunre of S linen 8 time (I no. Par Mjunrf! enoh mihKetiUf-nt Innfirtlnn .... fto. AH AflTertlHnmoDtn Innerled for Ivm than three month oonrxed by the mqunre. H mo. (1 mow. I yr. One-fourth column iTS.no. ISMin. jSuiiti One-hnlf column i!M. 4o.no. Num. One Column 4(i.(io. M.ou. ib.m. Nothing Inserted for Inm thnn $1. 1'rofeiwlonBl Cnrd one yeitr V. A Familiar Tragedy. "In our office, "'said a clerk, "it is clear that a tragedy has been enacted. The hero I '11 call Drown, lie is a big, raw-boned farmer from Vermont,ugly aud awkward and always horribly dressed, but a great hustler. He doesn't smoke or drink, has no bad hab its, the boss is proud of him, and and ho's sure to get along. Ilia age is 2.7. Well, it acorns there was a girl back thero in Vermont whom he was 'stuck on. Six months ago he bought a 200...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 November 1900

JON COUNTY NEWS. )ATH AT A WEDDING. ... Trmardr of th Wm.r Ba. tw- - the historic Incidents clus. . about 8outli Carolina's exocu Union, Mrs. Ttinildt-us Morton IP The Ladles' Home Journal ...hncklWJ tragedy that occurred lotrnrl the close of the wnr. This .jeJciitn 01 me uuu)iiiHr or uov '. pickens Iniinedlately after her ',lft to Lleutennnt Le Uochelle. afternoon preceding the even ;Jtlie nmrrlnge the northern army ,hclllng Columbia, but prepare " for the wedding continued. 14Hy the guests were all assem . md the clergyman was proceed ,ltj the solemn ceremony and had ijUfd the right hands of the hap i!r when suddenly there was an j crash, and a ball from the ene fwnon penetrated tho mansion Mnt In the mlddlo of the mar- .chamber, scattering Its death a, mlMllos in every direction. , were screams and a heartrend in. mirrors crashed, the house i women fainted and walls rock- lid IT Tien the first confusion was over. discovered that in all the crowd .ne person was Injured, and that b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 November 1900

Let me to-dny do something Hint shnll .nice A lit Hp sadness from the world's vast store. 'And mnv 1 hp so favored ni to make Oi joy's ton scanty mm n little more. Let ihp not hin t. by nny saltish d-ed Or ttimipl'tlt" wool, tlir hnti l n( foe or friend; Nor would I pins, nnxcfin s, worthy need, Or sin liy silence when I should defend. However nv ,v;ro lie -,nv worldly wealth. Jrft nie avc sonu'liiing lli.it sluill aid my Kind. A word of courage, or a thoii'dil of lirnUh, Dro'ined as I pass for troubled hem-Is to find. Let me to-niullt look hnclc n-nss t It r span "fwixt dawn nnd dark, and to my con science say Because of some (rood net to beast or tnnn "The world is oetler that 1 lived to-day." Kiln Wheeler Vileo, in tlie New Vork lonrnal. Mrs. Thistlcgrow's Sir!. Gu Ho'jn W!, tney Clsilt. "I sighed us she UlO'.lgllt of tilt? Hiinii lie Hindu in 1 dreiful worried r. mnt ii an If 'twas inc. I'd tell her il was nil a mistake in the llrsi place, nn I n ii r v. in tin- nun on n. Kilt I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 November 1900

1 -'nn. UiicB to " 4enrnea insr jjiurej China. Many e e that tbe nucleus o" .,11 Imbedded amid tho ( that urent reninn of ,1, may n(t fec bo henlght- ra:ly supposed. ; ho pres- trap a. to make, tise of ono 3;ChiiiCRfl lnuusi.ry, is one, jhin:: I hut Is only known j!ry. Millions ' have been tllj;fd countries In futile preserve this fruit. -Tbti mown the secret for .;f and millions more. , n! used In tho effort to ,.-:i: the recipe. j.cii'i worth of diamonds m;y V'"11' fro,n ,hl' S-oiilli jioril mill's. .irr cuts dried fish and ywirst bread nnd IniUer. 1 Voltaire who said : -V whose bowels arc m easy, regular move- ry morning are mild, hctous, kind. A Mo ::r mouth cames with ice than a 'Yes' from i of one who is con Voltaire's testimonial Jue of Ayer's Pills. ,C. Ayer Company, 950 L.0WC11, SUM. Aycr's Hiir Vigor Ayer'.i Cherry Patoral A)cr' Comacune i-IIGGEST CFFER EVER MADE. (rut w will eii .o any , o, . I tmimnnt of tbo hunt iiuMlcin a ruontlio tmr.it how 1 1 mak .lion auiiHtf coil ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 1 November 1900

Z No Shotless SIioIIm for suit) lit Hob." lnwon'g. , 0 Miss Katharine Iloirmr Cook U at present the guest of her mint, Miss Seylar, of rittsburg. Anything in reference to candidates In published In this paper at ten cents a line. Mis Mary Hazol Skinner will enter the Elocution School of Prof., nyron King at rittsburg at an early date. No other pills can equal DeWiU's Little Early Klsorg for promptness, certainty and otllclency. Trout's Drug Store. Money to loan for clients In sums of not less than ,00, on first mortgage. Apply to M. 11. Shafiner, McConnolls burg. There will be a local Instltuto at Pine Grove school house No. 1, In Taylor township, on Friday ovoning of November Oth. The best method of cleansing tho liv er is the use of the famous little pills known as DoWitt'sLlttlo Karly Risers. Easy to take. Never Gripe. Trout's Drug Store. Brewer's stock sale Tuesday amount ed to about $100.00. The sule was fair and square. Everything thut was put up was sold unless notice was giv...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 November 1900

ji 'AA i t 'i t -1 r OLUME 2. AcCONNELLSIiURG. PA., November 15, 1900. NUMI3ER 9. mm mm. mm : n licorno Jackson I ,d wards. , Friday morning, November death again visited tho jmuity of New Grenada and ,;ed for its victim, George ,nn Edwards, a highly re ted citizen. Mr. Edwards boon in For health for sev months; but for a few weeks , to his death had been able -i, about except a very few iix-foro his death. )f, Edwards was born at Fort l0tou, October 14, Ib'.ft. His removed soon tliereafter jew Grenada, near which c he has resided ever since. ns married in tho year lstil liss Mary Keith of New Gre j, To them wero born two iron ! Howard, of New aada, and Mrs. Anna ' Dot r, (if Philadelphia. His wid jidtwo children are all the -.ivora of his immediate fam- His brothers and sisters ull oiled him in death. irmitfli his death tho widow .lost a good husband, the chil ;ialoviugaud generous fath Jie community a good citizen, the Independent Order of Fellows a consistent mem He had been a me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 November 1900

7' NMNLEY AND ROOSEVELT ELECTED. tfandard-Bcarers of the Republican Party Will Kav8 a Big Majority in the Electoral College. IMMENSE YOTE POLLED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. New York, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Maryland in the Republican Column West Virginia, Delaware and Nebraska Too New Jersey, South Dakota, Michigan and Other States Which Were Strongly Contested Cast Their Yotes Against the Democratic Nominees. Tho latest returns show Unit McKln ley hns carried 23 States and Urynn 17. The President lias again been suc cessful In every State which ho won In 1896 except Kentucky, which ling re turned to the Democratic column. In addition, he has c.irrled Kansas, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyom ing, which declared for Bryan In 1896. Ills electoral vote Is 292 and Bryan's Is 155; McKlnley's plurality, 121 as compared with 95 In 189(1. McKlnley's estimated plurality of the popular vote lu 721,291. His plu rality In 189C was 601,854. New York. In GreHT New York the Democrat ic majo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 November 1900

THE REALM OF FASHION. . rtltir -Vrt cn'.f Vnf ,l,.lt,.1 r0rit i .' " 1 ' ,mnll ly '""'"c perfectly nioili'l wl"' cnHditnnn'n riio smart .May .M. niton io- boy s coat. Illustrated combines elo- ;A siinpliclly, mid In adapted J velvet una corduroy, nil ol materials are in vogue. As tmvevcr, It Is made of beaver ,,1, in himlvr's green, mid is i niili tailor stitching ninl :,iii:!iinit Willi of the same Vie mothers Include tin; silk u,n If economy must bo prne- other ways, as nothing else ll:o coat, to In slipped on si ml :, i?i'. frmils ntiil hack nro loose flt- Uix stylo, hang stylishly lie ,lioiilders. The underarm src provided Willi undorhips toiien fnr n few Inches nt the ,li to allow gronter freedom, i stitching of the back holds rlapln jilnoe to the son in. Tlio ont laps over tin1 right In liMsti'd stylo, ninl Is hold by . . i i ..H .... .i nt mnnuca pcari iiiiiuiiiM mm dIps, a second row of bullous jjifii on tlio left front, 1'ock ins.'iii'il and tlnislied with laps, lull l)i de...

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. — 15 November 1900

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 15, 1900. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. ADVBHTIHINU KATU. Per qunre of 8 llnm .1 times fl BO. PerHqutkre euoh Milmequent Insertion.... fc. All advertisement inserted for Itms thun three months oeurited by the miuiire. m 8 iiioh. flinos. 1 yr. Oiie-fcmrtli column llMm. f-n.ii7(iiii (T One-hnlf column gft.iio. I(i.i). fto.iin. One Column 4u, Mi.00. 75.(10. Nothlnir Inacrted for lew thnn II. Frof VHsionul (Junta one year n. ' BEAUTY. '"- Bnty m born of th world' dnttra For th wtnderlnff water, the wanilMlnf fli Under the arrh of her hurrying font Bin hu trodden world full of blltcrfwcet. The blood of the violet U In her vrlnai Her pulse hu the piuwlon of April mint. Out of the heart of a aatln flower God made her eyellde in one aw?et hour. Out of the wind he mudo her feet That thejr might be lovely and luring and fleet Out of a cloud he wove her hair Deary and black with ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 November 1900

T0N COUNTY NEWS. 3 OF JUSTICE. pOUT WITH A LIBERAL HAND " By JUDGE HOKE. (,trt Coimlnr the Cane of Arl. fen, tirnernl find Man, and 'L,. of I Without the AM nf from Hl Lawyer. ;pyr1ftht. 1!00, by C. D. Lewis. -iifere enso," Sftld Jtnlffo Hoke, tilled tho court to orilor, "np 'to roe ot nn,y 09 tho Jt'KHlly 'judJ only Jofitlce of the peace fur .mq of Colli C'liuck, but to every , ,t,ose dlwrln'H w,1 cnrrlos a pun s mppowl to hev the sand to tnke jfUisclf. It Is tho enso of Arizona rersus Tote the Half IlreoU, 'to Is the cotnplninnnt- I son lie's n-ycr yore to gab fur him, but won't hov no tnlkln to do. ,toi bPRln nt tho bnRlnuln. Arl- jjiti dtrlKPS mm town h yenr URO. ,. i yell like a fog horn and he n 200 pounds. He wonrs two lind a knife, and he bites the ,1 a dozen beer Dottles to show t wm born In a cyclone and cra- j, i hurricane. Tie was slr-ed up ! hid man, and fur months and Si be' b'n cock ot t,lfi walk. I remember thnt he's killed ony . lint that wns bokase everybody jrej h...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 November 1900

THE BFST OF LIFE. Vint, tilt life' hont in roolod, 2'hn hrndlonir rush slimed to a imVl pnoe, . .And n ry purblind pusion tliuL hits ruled Our nniaor yrnr nl but Fr-uri iir in vain, nnd, wp.ny of the race. We pnrn tin more ho lino or who win -AIi! not till nil the best of lil'o KL'tiiis past The host of life begin. . To toil f,r only fame. Jlimilf luppiiiKi und tho fiitli.' gusU of praise, Tor plncu or power or goM to gild a i mime Above Hip grave whrrclo All pntlis will bring in, were lo lo-c oi-.r lny-- We, on wh'nio earn youth' passing boll lias tolled - Jn blowint hubbies, rven na chiblivn do. Forgetting we i;iov old. Tut the world widens w lien Such holies of trivial f?:t in tlmt ruled us lies Uiukori nniotig our childhood's toys; for then Wo win to self -control! Anu mn.il oiii-m-Ium to i .tin i )i...l , and tlure 1 iso I'pon us from I lie v.v.l mid winiUe-i height ll:oe eleuier tliongliU that aru -unto the soul WhuL .slurs are In the tnVht. Tim Sp.-i tulor. rccooccocooccooooc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 November 1900

A. 1 . 1 jyou send me anything Osgood as Aycr's,' I shall might afford to experi ith shoe polish, but I ..A uinn't evnerimpnf v medicine which means " 1.1. or heaitn to me. J, C. Ayer Company, rtiiriJU I Aycr'i Hair Vigor . i I A -.... M .. ti. .. f i o;" -iimy i ciiura Cu 7" v-omatone IRONY OF FATE. a Arllnti, Who t First, RerelTeil Scant Ar-preclntion. ii article on "The Art of the In Pearson's there Is an inter- ; reference to the early struggles nam artists. J. F. Millet, the French painter of peasant life, :tance, only reached a moderate ,l of comfort toward the end of '!, Since his death his pictures sold for enormous sums, "IAn- Mng bought by his country for !. Can we nccount for this? Mll ii an artist consistently true to If, never turning aside to do he considered was below tho ird be had set for himself. It frequently happens that men of ; personality produce work not ilood by tho average man, and Ii the largest buyer of pictures, lows that tho artist is left to j heart ou...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 15 November 1900

HM '.. Hi'lnz's nnnco moat, und iiwoet mul sour pickles, at KoImhsou'h There will not be nny prondiln hi r vi-! in me j n'HiijMirian church in this place next (Sunday. Tim Central IVrinn.ylvatiia Confer inoo will meet ut ClianilxirHliurtf on March 1.1, IW.U, and Bluhop Foss will preside. Mrs. S. n. Woollet of tho Washing ton House lias the thanks of the celt tor's family for a half bushel of must delicious pears. The largest boots wo have seen this season were those sent the editor's family by Mrs. A. V. H. Soudors. They made delicious pickles. Thank you, Mrs. Soudcrs. Miss Salllo McKlbbln, one among Union township's most worthy young ladios, has a very nieo position in one of the departments of tho Soldiers' Orphans school at Jumonvillo. Tkuax Shopk.-Oh Tuesday Oct. 30 at the M. K. Pursonago in Throe Springs Pa., Kov. W. .1. SheulTer united in marriage, Mr. Joseph Trunx and Miss Klla Shope, loth of Knid. Howard Mellott who has been living in Harry Lasher's house back of the Reynold...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 November 1900

Wilt IK 4 i 3t A in , LUME 2. Tlie I'aiiidc. jubilant did our people feel Jfthe result of tho last election Republicans that they had .fied Pennsylvania, and the locrats tha they had carried jton county that tho only way wrk oft the accumulated en jiastn was to have a torch it parade, bo tho hat was sed around and men of both ties chipped in until there was je enough to hire tho Mer- rsburg band, give something to roWD boys, buy somepine.aud r for some torches that had u left on Albert S toner's ;.Js four years ago. 5n Friday a good supply of rich e was brought in from the autiiin, and placed on the pub square for the grand bun tiro lurdity evening. Saturday rniug came, and uotwithstand .there is a rigid borough law .just allowing cows to run at j;e on the streets, not one siu kuot of that piuo was in sight. Tlie Republicans said tho Dem ats had contributed a little aey toward getting up the iw, and then had stolen the jctogot their money back. Anybody who knows anything vat tho com...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 22 November 1900

. u.i aimrV ffT wwv-tMaJJ1 "" ' PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY NEWS IN BRIEF. TJio murder of Ixiiilne Krnal and th turning nt (hp stake of her murderer pave) revived the movement in Colo rado for the reinstatement of capital puntahment In that State. Two freight trains wero In collision on the Baltimore and Ohio, near Ohlo pylo. Knglneer Charles Walters t killed and Brakoman Geo. H. yunnU fcadly injured. No clue has Iipcu found to the where about of Miss Anna Klizabcth Lump kin, who disappeared from her home in Richmond a week a ho. Attorney for Kudyard Kipling Htied nt an Injunction in Now York against It. F. Fenno & Co. for Infringement of patent. Tton Hlgnnbothani was acquitted at Wheeling, W. Va., nflor Irial on Ihe oharge of killing Mayor Iicprlest, of Wulloden. Governor Tyler Issued n proclumii tlnn ca II i UK an extraordinary horhIoii f the legislature to meet on Janu ary 23. Lampson .Sherman, a l)rolher of ihe late John Sherman, living in Pes Molncs, la., was paralyzed. j Superint...

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