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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 9 November 1899

!ON COUNTY NEWS. in nii: COUNTRY. iin hnullnpr In tlic buckwheat ,ai the lit'lil uiion uic ii 1 11 the MVolli-n xtrrutn U rimt-ing U v t!io limn above uio mm; Tlic ripened nut it ore. fallintr A ml the liunjiry peacock's call ins: he breaUfu.it thatthe gander yrb-. cm! n) . While llic'i"lri'el(4 gayiy chatter A." it nothing were the mutter, And the jrcildiler's getting flitter t ; I ; very day. ult. are In the imsturo t!n cows wind O rr the leu: ' jhc swaying limbs lire uaked V' '-. the jrtveti leaves used to he; i l ti. .....,, M..u if.. nil it. flutter. !i in in ... ... ...... - , S' ilH the bubbling; ti i;ile-buttcr, the wond sitinke In her nostrils bid her eyes; . Ou the line the witsh is (lenniinp, (jOm the steps the ilot; is drcainin;;, ,s 5 And, above, u lutwk is sercainiiif; il As it (lies! ;'t I Tii lia r's lot is htippy, 4 Ihr fiirmer's dream lire sweet, I it c'm money in his poekels j I his bins me full of wheat 1 il'ree from nil the eily's clamor I.v live defy in;; tri-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. — 9 November 1899

trwooeojciocMf. I IBM AGRICULTURAL " Caeitmbara For rirklea. Tattled cnnnmbers are sold by count, atad 1'ie small ones are generally pre-fen-red. Henoe clone picking and fre lnt pioking, bo as to prevent any from growing too largo, in nocessary acare large crops. Sometimes, bovever, a stray cucumber will hide wader the leaves until it has almost ripened its seeds. It is astonishing Biow thia lessens the yield of the vine. 1'ct it is not to be wondered at, for the perfection of seed in almost nil plants exhausts their vitality very rapidly. Thecuoumber vines should be hnudlod carefully so as not to loosen the roots which some of thnm send into the soil from the joints. These are great helps to the vine. If the vine is turned up to see what is under it some of those ids rootlets will be destroyed. Ciaae of 811-eaki In Hotter. , An authority says that- streaks in m Iratter are generally caused by uneven Malting. In tho farm dairy the bent -way is to sprinkle line salt over the bntter w...

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. — 9 November 1899

;v " "" ' 1 . . - itr ths Nickel. . naelnff. Auk Tour yi'a can save 15o by Investing c .n toll you Just now you cou gei fan J"8 paokage oi "u iross j . inn nankaire of "Hubln- J"'kt" March, with tho promhimi, two p fcl Shakespeare pAnals, printed In tbniittful color, or one Twentieth H Olrl Calendar, all for 5c Ask your e ffor tbis starch nnd obtain these I Christmas presents free. I Jorothy Ilowmnn, a California woman 'f fclexiw, bas recently cllmbml to the l jif tiio volcano of Popocatepetl. Mie utb lite first woman to reach the biuinlt cverlooklng tho crater. Im.f 1 I :WrSpit "1 Smoke TnexI.Mli Amy. 1,1 ft ti,vo easily and forever, be nieff 'l':'U or l:ia, nerve ond vltror, tnlie No-To-,M! irmiiW-worlier, that malic woak men ,!SA!1 husclstit,tooorl. Curegunrun ' toiikli.t nud samplo free. Aildress iKoi&edj Co., Chicago or Mow York, j 1 1 li. Juubert refer to Joseph Chum- IV "the wicked Naumun." 10 ! :5a Can't Catch the i Wind in a Net" 01 r en you cure catarrh by local !"l'jb...

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. — 9 November 1899

Additional Local. Goldsmith Hip Tailor, l'repar lo gvo thanks. Autumn liriiles are blushing. I'owdrrvd Siitfiirut Kobinson's Gro cery. All the boros nre not In South Af fien. It 1ops not tako nn athlete to run up a bill. Thanksgiving month, turkry nnd pumpkin pie). Many a follow has a hot tlim with .cold ohhIi. Hoti'l kppprr Cioofjjp Ilixson bus the largest porker In Kvptrtt. It's the short jrlrl ou)Ptimp draws the loutf beau. "VVomen iu'f th Bait of the earth. IlonU'tTiber LofH wife. TIip more you think of somo people tlit less you think of them. Homo people who trust in providence ventnally lose their credit. The rejected lover U lo n!ip lip on the peal of wirtliii bells. A (food second hand oran for sule fit a burjjnin. liujuii'e at this olllce. Everything conies to him that waits with the exception of weulth. Everything may come to the man who waits, but most of us ure. poor waiters. Some men are so superstitious that they object to lending money ou Fri day. Chestnut eaters shou...

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. — 16 November 1899

McCONNELLSBURG, PA., NOVEMBER 16, 1899. NUMBER 9. pLUME 1. ARK ABLE EXPERIEN CES s Kerlin Tells of the N.ar iw Escapes He Has Had From Shooting, ' fcKTERHATURHL WARNING. Ml His Bedchamber Was Filled ptb Spectral Illumination. I 'old friend Jimmy Kerlin, of Uidiro, was in town last Friday. - iph about seventy yearn of uge, :the activity and mental vigor Vl niuch younger in yearn. .Tim- !' had some remarkable exper n his time, and it is very inter to have him relate them. Among ytfher things he has had some !oiapes from death by being (rung in the hands of others. up quit' a boy he and his broth-, fuel were gunning for pike in a lond. He was on one side and t cm the other. Samuel tired a (lio the 'water and the ball glane fil' just missed Jimmy's head, another time ho and Robert n were Hunting in .luniatu They discovered evidences them to believe that a large s near. Separating they spent tne looking cautiously for the jrheri4-bang! went Vaughan's lr. Kerlin who happened to be (Tang o...

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. — 16 November 1899

THE NEWS. The Pacific Blsmttt Company, controlling the cracker bakeries oil tho Pacific const, fca filed a ilmd of trust for H, GOO, 000 to the Produce Exchange Trust Company of New ' fork. . Judge Betts, la the Hnpromn Court in Kingston, N. Y., Rare permission to Attorney ' General Davie to lake proceedings for the i annulment of Ramapo Company' charter. ! The New York Alumni of Ht. John's Col li lege hold thnlr annual reunion nt thn Hotel Havoy and decided to contribute 10,0,0 for j Improvements at the college. , i Men of the Tennessee Regiment who nr- i tlved Saturday at San Francisco from Manila complain that toe provisions ran short ou J the voyage. j , Sixteen thousand pounds of powder In thn I California Powder Mill, ut Soma Cru. Cal., , exploded, killing the night watchman. A swindler representing himself as thn 1 agent of the Travelers' Protective AshocIr- ; (Ion found a number of dupes In Norfolk, Assistant Secretary, of the Navy Allen, In 4 his annual report, recommended ...

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. — 16 November 1899

WHEN YOU'VE LEFT ME. n loft me, day nl8lt ver (jolnn rlKht; . . Ms rlpplln sontf fctitit nil day low, ir i Iibv felt snd knew 'l - tn- vinl V titiit life of all's bereft mo Tii'n you ve leu me ijinu you've left mel f' i yrtu've loft m", then t say, c rwet old lovln' wny: ' tarter if she knew how I (it her ere she said iroodby? it icier If she sow nnd knew I my hinrt win brenkln', too?" 1 1 of r!1 tlmt hour fceioit uio ' Inn nlie left me ha a nil- Jelt we? " A Novel Complication That Ended in Lovers' Meeting. i ftif 73n quite comfortn v I I Ida 11 yi " m..... 1.1- T ' nulra.l I v?vJ Crawford, of the iif News, as he threw a vN- r u & oross VttU" Vi.4 tlolcur'a feet. , ?- li I "Perfectly, UV thanks!" jwo men occupied a sheltered , It the cliffs at Hastings, closo "iMPalaoe Hotel, and Crawford, irrauging Vaudeleur's rug, Imseif iuto a grass chair. to!elenr olosed his eyes restfully. '"'.ed pale and thiu, and his left a eling. V a Teirmomeuts Crawford burst . ti ; t i jove! isn't thi...

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. — 16 November 1899

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG. PA. Thursday, Nov. 16, 1899. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. WHEN 1 HAVE TIME. Whefi I have time, ho many things I'll do To make life happier and more fair For thoHO whose.llves are crowned now with care, I'll help to lift them from their low . dexpulr, When I have time. When I have time, the friend I love ho well Shall know no more thene weary toil ing dayH, I'll lead her feet in pleasant paths ul wayB, And cheer her' heart with word h of sweetest praise, When I have time. When you have time, the friend you ho dear May be beyond the reach of all your sweet intent; May never know what you no kindly . meant To fill her life with sweet content. When you have time. Now is the time! Ah, friend, no longer wait To s...

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. — 16 November 1899

ON COUNTY NEWS. sowim;. ti ttiv wt'd of corn nnd wait n jjiwliUe. i. lite iow fallitiKnndtlieicoiiiira.v It. gleam , Kt. iu hiding place, lleor the Snd scream ' (je wild tempest sweep o'er mile s iw mile en lundncape. WaUih the raln n cloud vial ,,. fty above It, and the fitful beam 'I'hnlltfht thwart the field until a f"ienm 1i:0it pwn nhoot up to greet thy i'kimi!t. li,to! Ood" iniiuole In wrought v6ii: more ',. Jf from death -from Iosh, moHt ' jrondrous gain; 1,hlrnfleld glitter with Its golden -jtoro rjriiie same land where late the itorm and rain "m the bare, brown earth. Thy m lowing e'er, OKie but to wait and pray lest fulth q.ihould wane! )niou thy seed of love, O heart, 1 hud wait! I. igh It Ho hidden, though thy n loubts and fear r( ,iiper to thee 'tis lost and thy sad ars J lithe icebound soil or bitter fate, t" the eed will live; spring sets Ml .ho gate s,te wide open. See, though hid , ' tor years S sWk the light of love! Its tin ' Jer spears )afclailden thy sad eyes at...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 16 November 1899

V..M AT-i-tT-r-r -r-r ?M m j Ll a yn n a (ttttmntc sa p Designs For Costumes That Have Be- come Popular in the Metropolis. Hi Yonx City. (Special). The deepen), pitfall in the path of the ama teur milliner in the messincss of pre vailing styles. Amateur milliners A riCTUREKUE MOPE!.. tend to messiness, and when the pro fessionals lean that way also the re sult is something to admire "wonder t" is the original meaning. In their search fur the piotnresqne the new hats are piled so high and swathed so deep with superfluous or naments that all the by in mo try of the head and figure is lost in these monu ments of misdirected industry. While the large toque with rolling nnder side of its wings dyed pale bin. On a picture hat of black velvet the chenille braid is used as a trimming for the high, straight crown, which is ban ded alternately with white chenille braid and rouleaux of the velvet (six bands of each), and also for tha under side of the brim, rouleaux and braid being placed in t...

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. — 16 November 1899

; ( . Hiding Mnr. of I be Endless ChIO Starch .!, pirohaae of "Bod Cross" and jrr' flMit" staroh. make H Just Jnu money. Why, lor only 80 you . 1 -1 to get one Urge 100 package prwo" starch, one large 100 pack l')HHb(iief Bent" March, with the IB, two 8hakespeare pnnels, print ''live basutilul oolors, or one Twen !tury Oirl Cslendnr, embossed la k your grocer for this starch and 'j benutlfoi Christmas presents free Atrar.i-e organisation which should tine Its runiliimwiilHl law Hostlnnnco ,sslv sating would do nwny with 'r port of the ordlimry slcknws 'rBOUK who ebould live up to tho y i fuse r Teller In Tom. wroiviLL. F"-: Tetferine fuiore tbnn its weigbt in gold 'One application cured me of "i my toes of seven (7) yers I Jcbn M. Towles." It cure "F diseases. At druggists 60 1 box, or by mail postpaid from fltiptrine, Havsnnah, G. '' tnlTaraal Relief. ' ejor "Now, Mr. Duoltttle, what ' n learned about your topic, the r T" Mr. Doolittle "That svery c believe It harmoolrve exactly ?h...

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. — 16 November 1899

Additional Local. ( !(i(lsmit1i the Tailor. Tin- AIIcmimh I'.vi'iiiiijj Mirror wiih liiiriicd mil. (in Tuesday evening of last week. 'I'lie i!;int, was worth 1,(MKt, and there win $l,00i) Inmirn nee. All kiniU of Htoves lit V. IT. Nes bit's. Cull, examine them, ami yet prices before you buy. IIpv. Hickle will )reaeh at New (Jre l) nd a. Bethel Chureh, Sunday evening, November lie is the suecessc)r of Hev. Dresslerwliowase.ulledto Selmyl kill county. A (food second hand orgim for sale at a baiyuln. Inquire at this olliee. Out of nearly 1(MM tvaehers In the liuhlic schools of l'ittsburjj forty-six reHqulnlied their positions this fall by reasotis of matrimonial or other in tentions. Governor W. A. Stone issued u proclamation November 3d, joining l'resldent McKinley in recommend injf the people of his State to set apart Thursday, November IliH.h us a day of praise and thanksyiviny to Almighty (iod for the many and substantial blessings of the year about dosing. Kresh I'ruues, Peaches, ...

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. — 23 November 1899

Jttltoti mm VOLUME 1. CHARLES SIPES DEAD. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., NOVEMBER 23, 1899. NUMBER 10. I imuble Young Man Pusses Away lit Aspen, Colorado. to, th fviinn (IlllnolN) Diilly Jourmil of fovfm'ier 17. Aw news of the death of Charlie ti was received In this city, Thurs f by his brother, Harry. It will be Bmbered that a message had boen felved the previous day announcing 'critical Illness of Charley, and his ther Stahle started at once for that ,ce, but will not see his brother In again. She death of Charley will be learned )i extreme regret by many people In city where he was well known. P a nuinlier of years he worked at 3 tailor trade In M. I). Marr's store I also worked In other places. He '! a quiet, hardworking young man, lone Whom It was a pleasure to jt, (. he made friends wherever he fl. It is Indeed sad to think that g cut down in the prime or life and none of his relatives were with at the laHt. His death comes to as a severe shock as they had no latton that he was so seri...

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. — 23 November 1899

THE NtWS. The Executive committee of tho National Republican League will meet ln Wushlugtim Deoemlier 11 to tlx Upon the time ami pluce for the convention of 1900. Twenty-live hundred Chicago members of ton Knight nml Ladles of Honor have sc. cedert frointluit organization because of dis satisfaction with the management. In a fight between Captain Elbrlrige Bol ersou and Captain l)ll Pulley on b lioKt ut Belfast, Me., both want ovurbourd, nuil Ilol crmin wns drowned. It Is reported thnt If the vote of Louisville Is thrown out Governor Bradley, of Kon tucky, will refuse to recognize due be I as Ills successor. A Oi'rmnn grain iltaU-r him bought sovernl hundred thousand dollars' worm of South western wheat for shipment to I'.urnpc. Chicago engineers nre designing tlin 8, 00,000 onrthquuke-proof steel palace for the Crowu Prince of npan, Dwlght L. Moody, the evangelist, arrived lit bin home In Massachusetts, and bis cou dltlou bait liuprovud. The Household Economic Assoolutlon was esta...

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. — 23 November 1899

m OLD MAID'S SECRET. 1 1 ko-Be(eKKe!ea m AKY JONES was an old maid. What causes bail led to tbat result it boots not here to Bay, but the fact remains tunt sue was a spinster of 1 the mature ago oJ P I sixty years. But A "in a to re" was , a never the rifrht 1 arp'y ' Ml8S Mal'y But was right She From bor bad been docile, pliant, and , i and now at sixty she sun .hardly grownup. Bhe was i , even dainty, to look at. ! white hair was arranged as t had been at sixteen, and l'-d on readily now as then. " rf Joues livod in a dowdy 'jibrtrb with only one servant, ,tn her herself Betsy Mills. ''fj was, bo report Baid, tho ' of a sea captain, and bad 3'nghl up for a lady;" but : new much more of her than ;lsy Mills wus oloBe, and Miss I not given to gossip, but, as t ynrlauco went, "kept bcrsulf "t womon lived in ono of those 6 four-roomed, semi-ilotaohed ' ideaces" which abound in ,,sble subtuhs, with an unin viting strip of lawn and oyster ,) f i-out, and an equally uu-i:lug-rlddeu plot b...

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. — 23 November 1899

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Puck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 23, 1899. Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. Prompt attention will be given to applications for ad vertising rates. Job Printing of every des cription executed with prompt ness, in a workmanlike manner and at consistent prices. I)i:t.y." I saw u sweet young; mother with Iter lirst horn at tier hreust: "And whnt'n the Imli.v'snatiH'V" I ii-Uod Of Jier so richly Messeil. She looked lit me with pity, iih Sly proudly poise,! her head: "We mil him Dewey, sir, of course," In teniler tones, she said. I met a dainty little rirl Who led u kitten by a strintr, And ns I stroked her head I asked: "What do you mil the pretty tiling She looked at me with wide blue eyes, And as she went her way, "I call my kitten Dewey, sir," I heard her sweetly say. I met a curly headed boy Who had a brindle pup: "And what's yourdofry'snimie I asked As I held the creature up. He. (jazed at me in wonder,...

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. — 23 November 1899

I ION CJUU1N 1 I INLWO. ntr. nviMi win:. ith bilbe UIoll '".V '") l'1 "ie c' feel Iht sweet warm breath, '' Rtrnnffo thrill o'er me piisws, V tnd I know Unit this 1ft denth. .fcldHtteuiionthptwuHiirc, wnrccly . friven ere I trt lierroBy, dimpled lliiffcrs wander i'er ir.y ehiM'k of hiiow. ''".pnsxlrttf through the wntei'H, but a nlUlesHs'd whore appears - beside me, husband, dearest, let te kiss away thy tears. ls' tle with thy ;rief as Jacob strove, 'foiii midnight until day; X'i;ly h ave an angel's blessing when i (,v vanishes away, jjj Hih babe upon my bosom, 'tis not bntr she can be there, low to my heart she nestles; 'tis ''v' je jK-arl I love to wear. s ofter years beside thee sits anoth f , r in my chair, ,h hrr voiee be sweeter music' and ly face than her's less fair: 111 herub call thee father, far more til; (autlfvil than this, . i thy first born, oh, my husband ; nv jrn not from the motherless. , h,t sometimes of her mother you 1 '' ill call her by my nuine ils r her from...

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. — 23 November 1899

NEW YORK a Designs For Costumes That Have Be fl come Popular in Nbw Tobk Citt (Special). There lias never boon season when so many summer gowns, or rather the iityle o( gowns associated with the summer BOUSB OOWH OF PRENCn TLANNBIi, TBIMUED WITH VELVET BIBBON. Mason, hare been made np for winter wear, deolarea Harper' Bazar. The light silks are to be used all through the winter of course not for street wear whils some heavy silks, satins, crnpoos, are trimmed with white lace, ad have quite as light and airy an effeot as though they were intended to wear in July and August. For street wear, black and brown a warm shade of brown are considered especially fashionable oolors. The most stylish house gowns are made of French flan net. But never before at this time of year have so many light grays and tan cloths been made np. Indeed, all the tyles of dress this year are on a most elaborate and ezpeusive scale, and it requires considerable thought and in genuity for the woman with a moder a...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 November 1899

NEW YORK. I Designs For Costumes That Have Be come Popular in the Metropolis. . Nw York Citt (Special). There iu nerer been season when so many ninmer gowns, or rather the style of gowns associated with tlie summer SOUSB OOWy OF PBRKCn TLANNEL, TBIMHBD WITH VELVET RIBBON. season, hare been made np for winter wear, declares Harper's Bazar. The light silks are to be used all throngh the winter of conrse not for street wear whib some heavy silks, satins, erepons, are trimmed with white lace, mad have quite as light and airy an effect as though tbey were intended to wear in Jnly and August. For street wear, black and brown a warm shade of brown are considered especially fashionable oolors. The most stylish house gowns are made of Frenoh flan nel. But never before at this time of year have so many light groya and tan cloths been made np. Indeed, all the tyles of dreas this year are on a most elaborate and expeusive scale, and it requires considerable thought and in genuity for the woman ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 November 1899

tr n ickel. JuiTliiB. Ask yoof fcsn sm 18a by Investing ,on Jh. how you can got ' act: ago of "Bed Cross" "flOo package of "Hubln t'J, wltli the protulums, two henro panels, printed Id polors, or one Twentieth ""-.lnr, all for Sc. Ask your IMarch and obtnlu these las presents fton. b. I.d'M, formerly of Yale, pie the chair of phlloso 1!tv of Tokyo, Japan, hue ' .nngnllleent houses In the (' 1 t dy," 7 Mr. Thorn (on r,i-rleg with ItidiKeaitoli and ..all llv- remmlleeas wall ah I ty.l-Wn., wlllioilt avail. I "fyiier Jyppl Iteinedy '"llsereri m. It I a grand J end it n worthy 'if a trial v' fc t-ere-l , ftiiNTON. Atlanta, G. (i i at all drtnutlaie, or sent bill Tynar Dyspepsia ti.ii St., Allium, Or. '''Vtoit belle, shook hands ' during his visit to the 1,1 f outworshlped U other ' y framing the glove which . ' ids Itss do not stain ': . tho kottle. Sold by nil Wrai Dewoy In Atlanta, ,l biin with a valuable auto- ' 'l by Admiral Farrairnt, In ."trace: "That youug I)owey .ohnp." '-I Any ...

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