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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 November 1899

AT lukels, ., having. Ail: yonr (run save 15a by Investing tyon 'ot how you can get 'back,,' of "Bod Cross es loo pnokuge of "Hubln- U'.jh, wltli thoprorolums, two DVEvspeuro panels, printed In (colors, or on Twentieth """"si,dnr, all for 5?. Auk your ,f b.starcli and obtnln these "0,,ltin pusents fioo. hi . "n I.n-M, formerly of Yale, vln lpl- the chair of philoso- lty of Tokyo. Japan, has ,,l,ia(!nlllcent houses in the t. 1 g-Kl'My y" Mr. Thornton oirul im-lnr with Indigestion and 'y m toll UiK rrnoillei)(ia well a II Vsi :im. without avail. I ' Tyii.r u Dvapapal Hainrdy ni. It In a grand sjikI It as worthy of a Wlul 'Iref; Secured. . ii I TiickkTom. Atlunta, Oa. liii. e, ot nil drtuftlsts, or nt ijm,IiI by 'I yimr Dyapepsla w'; Ad PL, Atlautu, tia. """'ioBtoH belle, shook hands "e,1,rcy during his visit to the ,m m outworshlped all other i by framing the glove which IOUI lie I- ted. "Via Inn do not stain '."' the kottlo. Bold by nil U ui:t f'!dm1ral Iwy In Atlanta, 1 him with a v...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 23 November 1899

Additional Local. (JoMwiiitli tin- Tailor. Thunksulvliifr next, Ttiursdny . New yiiixU lit Irwin'. Country dried M'ii'lit's at Ilobiimon'n (iroi'cry. Huy yonr fruits and cannrd jcoods at Irwin's for ThunksKlvintf day. Irwin in unpacking loads of Holiday goods. Dont forget Irwin's storo when out shopping. Irwin's Is the plaeo to buy lumps und all kinds of lamp fixtures. Thoughts arc turning toward ( 'lirist mus. Tho iH'st thing to lean on is a fat purse. Somebody will have to eat crow for Thanksgiving. It's the man who drinks that gets a bead. The price of paper Is udvancing in great jumps. Buckwheat cakes and sausage are with us once again. Thero has been a feeling of snow in the air. The first thing to leurn in golf is bow to pronounce it. Kveryone fancies bis or her individ ual trouble to le the worst. A rabbit in the pot is worth a dozen in the bush. Kven the people who don't believe in signs will shy at "Paint." The man who boasts of being self mude assumes a deal of responsibil...

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 November 1899

c 4 CM 0111111 OLUME 1. AcCONNELLSBURG, PA., NOVEABER 30, 1899. NUMBER 11. GATE. ioval of the Toll Gate from je Top of Cove Mountain. 1 SOME REMINISCENCES. A - 11-1.-1 ... f 4k lHill urlth Ana tu a r.tJUtil uui ui luo noil mm vuo S of Mrs. Binkley's Bedcords. t . kl ring the Autumn the Chambers 'V H,iii Bedford Turnpike Company d a new toll house at the East Iff town to replace the one near bimnlt of Cove mountain that had ie ho much out of repair that the v 1'any both from wisdom and policy d on ' erecting a new building ir than put about the Hamo ex j on the old structure. The old thouse of tribute has long been W evidences of decay, and well , for nearly a century, a keeper C'Jcen Ingoing promptly from Its Qs demanding the price from the ijer who will always protest, either pis or mentally at the exaction. 1 1, hrnpike, with its gates, will soon ' khhig of the past. One cauHe after "'er i constantly reducing travel, "the railroads revolutionized the iug system. Stage coaches, con...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 November 1899

THE NEWS. I.juls A'um'. I'll F rt M nro nf.lllcry Dinn, l uilei'. a iy knowlod of what lie did tthetlmi hl a leiirt I or hiving killed Annie llonodh-t. He nduUtcd that blood stained jlutlitu foial In liU box at t'.ie fart W bin. Ellery P. In f ia n. ex-U lil'd Mate dis trict atturmy, a i.l hlilu partner ami ter mor aislitmt, H trvey K. NiUt, w-)r h-ii-tenoed lu Piillalolphla to Imprisonment fjr two year n:id nit in tilths. The uew battleship K intucky In hor offi cial upend trial off tlio Mass icliututU const, made a record of over 111 knots au hour gainst tide, wind aad heavy hoaJ una fur bait the course. Harearit Bill Aithonv, the marine who announced the sinking of the Milne, com mitted suicide lu New V -rk, William Hummed. uccucd of tbo murder of hl.4 wife a:id chlidriu, .n arrested uear Wl linuisport, l'a. John Tatoa, a waiter. wa fatal 'y stubbsd With an umbrella lu a Chicago restaurant. John U. Hkeltou, found ir of the ltlchinond Mica Works, died In Ulchtnond,. Va. E.I Lucky ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 November 1899

10 p ' 'ISi BREAKING THE WISHDONE. H i1 it'll V&pN vVfW vXkV' t? ) When to Loio the XVl and "When to 7 'in la rt jj. . . o- pfyOOOOOOOOOOOOGOCO a'oful Thankssfivina S 0 Do 'pi. t q ''"(Dy Moriori Harlar.d. ft ie r.. O in: OC00000300000000000 ' fr-"3HE faot was we hail nsvor spent "a Tnanksgiv. iug" iu the country. .And in town the -Pilgrims' holy day has de geueroted into an 'Arry aud 'Arriet "blowout." J. It wan deoided in 10':tuncil to hie us in a body to a """box among the lulls, where jilt fejoyed 'our idyllio summers, 111 ' keep the hoary old festa as ,)M'ro-RaphaeIito aquarelles tell 1 '! tild bo observed, ""'tell two days before the im 11111 Thursday. Allthebotterl It ! tlfve been all tho best had tho tue d off until we were actually e'b bd could read "Snow-Bound" ie 'Sag logs answering roar for md "grond old harper" Biniting l" !'feing the oaks and hickories tlieve. "iIHfk tha 9 o'clock train from tho '"'ywas Crowded, mainly with iid oondition.of men. Each ITel jas presu...

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. — 30 November 1899

FULTON COUNTY. NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 15. W. Peck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Nov. 30, 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. TIIANKS;iVIN;. For us, O Lord, tin .veur has brought Its Modin mid harvest glory; To - us, , through changing .seasons, taught, ', ., , , ., Thy truth, In Gospel sti')'..: : Again mir voices joiu in ong, And bring their glad thanksgiving To" thoe, to whom all years belong, To Thee, the ever-living. We oft have sung with joy-crowned brow Of Thy new love a-ispr'niging, And Homo who joined our nongs ure now Amid the angels singing. Hut friends below and friends above Unito lu glad thanksgiving To Thee, whom all Thy children love, To Thee, the over-living. ' Thy power in prayer we oft 'have felt, Thy sympathy most tender, And seemed to see, us wo have ...

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. — 30 November 1899

1 N COUNTY NEWS. ! (.li ri.R'S LEARNKIl TO rt COOK. Ll to 'liavo old fashioned thing, Ike Hominy and ifrm-n; .&1 to Imve just common nonp, ptinde out of pork und benns, w .its bouillon, consomme and ViniiH miide from a book, ibt bu feu nnd Julienne, Hlnce my uuhli'rH learned to cook. id to have a piece of beef just 'irdlimry meat bkled pi:s feet. Hpnreribs, too, (lid other things to eut, 'now it'tt lillet, und ragout, and of mutton braised, earoiii an grutln, and sheep's 1 Uolumlaised, lVersailles-a lathis and i la that, isetbread a la Dleppolse It's fcotiffh to kill a cat! jlio I suffer deeply I invariably pok frere delighted 'cause my duugh- er's learned to cook, ye a lot of sulud things, with freeing mayonnaise, te of oysters, Blue Points, frio-h-J a dozen ways, ange roly poly, Moat, and peuch jbcrintrue, alas, i to wreck a stomach that Is ijaado of plated brass! "od old things have passed away, "n silent, sad retreat. IJ'loU ct hlghfuluting things, but otliing much to eat, I...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 November 1899

4"NEW YORK $ . : III Designs For Costumes That Have Be- r la come Popular in New York Citt fSneoian. Tha newest and oddest fad in lint trim .mings seen at the lata Home (Show is ,the strings, wbioh rustle their reap pearance recently, beginning with the jldck velvet ribbons, changing sud denly to white chiffon and now seen in all colors. Some of the handsomest XH VAVORITB BONNET WITH STRISR 8RKN AT THE HORHB SHOW. are of turquoise blue chiffon or gauze, the bright rose color, the deep purple or the opaline tints, especially in green, wbioh blends so well with any bat. These ties are really streamers as well as ties, and are very long, with bandsomcly trimmed ends. Many wearers allow them to bang down the front of the go wn in straight and grace- IN VIOLET CLOTn. ETON JACKET fal folds, but the fad is to tie them ' tinder the chin. This is not becom ing to all round faoes, however, and the possessor of snoh a face preserves the fashionable fad of the tied bow by draping the strings ov...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 November 1899

j. th mmity. I U.i.Hcrald: Papa Gruff -Oftlelgh nsked mo for kL,V Ethyl Gruff "And .J WJ nun, pupa, told him your momcr In the dishwater, but giving him my foot." n 1, ' i.ert do not always get ''" rtn-i id rbt Nickel.. r!,'m bnvlug. Ask yonr surd I5u by Investing bee ou Just how you can get HoknR of "Bed Cross" g- 10o package of "Itubln at, with the premiums, two Wfera panels, prlntod In 11,11 lolors, or one Twentieth j'-k idar, all for Sc. Ask your roialareU and obtain these 1 C'aa presents fioo. tl,..'. n boon more loyally and 1 stained In their work than Jr' ho married the winsome sll'r Margftson, of Norfolk, c pllng of 24, without uuy fame, est 4 ' l'a This. n ndred Dollar Reward fir ''h that cannot be curid by Ion . Kt eY Co., Prop.. Toledo. O. il, bed, have known F. .1. Che n iMi'M.and believe lilin tier .. all buHlnflpN trnnpact.lons , 'e to carry out nuy obUtta-lc- llrm. '"I .holcsate Druggists, Toledo, u IL ' OjW Mabtim, Wholesale in.j x Ohio. - ire I taken Internally, art...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 November 1899

Additional Local. COUNTY I M TU t i l .. December,, t I.I5 IS'l'l. I NHTIU'l'TOKH. 1W. I. 1). (iivsh, J)r. A. U. 1 Ionic, Dr. (!. M. 11. lkK Dr. .1. l liar ton. DiKKCTous' Day. Thursduy u usual w ill In- Directors' Duy unil many Interest inn it ml timely topics nre down for 'discussion ly di rectors unrl tciichers. Lkitvhks. Monday rvi-niiitf "The Man of Nerve,'' ly Clitirles K. Odeti. Tuesday evening "The ('online Man," by Hon. (!. A. (icarhart. Wednesday evcniiiK "Sunshine in Labor," by llev. Thomas McClary. Thursday cvcniiij); "The House that .lack iluilt," by Dr. Ward Hcech er 1'iokaril. Tim finest lecture, course ever booked for Fulton County. .1. S. Arnold of National Hureau. Tickets at Troufs. K. It., $1.2.".: (). N. It., X cents: O. N. (!., 2" cents, Children under twelve years of into excluded unless accompanied by older persons. All people are invited. Kespectfully, CI, KM ClII.SNUT. There Is quite a good deal of soft coul coming to town just now. llun of mine brings 4. (M...

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. — 7 December 1899

Alton Coutifi Will McCONNELLSBURG, PA., DECEMBER 7, 1899. NUMBER 12. 'OLUME 1. OMERER-SI PES YVF.DDI N(i. HvHte Affair thut Oceui ' ' Palmyra Last Night. red in I the Wxon (Illinois) EvpiiIiik Telegram, of lovember III. U house of Samuel .T. Comerer of tyra last night was the scene of a ty private wedding: his daughter, 1 Minnie A. Comerer, becoming tho of Calvin O. Sipes, of Galva 111. f immodiate friends of the fumlly present, among the relatives be Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moses, of Au l, and Mr. and Mrs. Albion Seavey rairleville. lo ceremony occurred at 8 o'clock, ig conducted by Hev. A. R. Bick ck. The bride was attired in a f pretty traveling costume. After esbments the happy couple went to home of the bride's sister, Mrs. A. 3eavey, in Prairieville, where they t gue over night, taking the 2 passenger train this morning on Illinois Central for Galva, where ( will make their home. ' jolly crowd of young people from myra were at the depot and made r departure a pleusant and hilar l on...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 December 1899

J THE NEWS. The engineer, conductor and the entire rew of the Phlllipsburg local tralu In the wreck on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Wentorn Railroad have been suspended. Of the lx persons killed In the railroad Wreck on tho Lackawanna, ot Patorson, N. J., four were members of the family of Alex ander Craig, of Hcranton, la. Three men were Injured by tho premature discharge of a nun while a governor's salute was being fired at tho unveiling of a Span ish gun at I'lttsburg, Pa. Henry Klinder and his son Frederick were 1eld for court nt Napoleon. O., on the chnrgo of murdering the former's second wlto llvo years ago. Exercises were resumed at Virginia Mili tary Institute, which had been closed on ac count of tho typhoid fever epidemic. William Thomas, a desperate character of Phoebus, Va.. was shot by rollcomau Mastln while resisting arrest. Arnold Tucbsobmldt, of the Vnltcd States internal rovenuo ofllco In bt. Louis, was nr rcntcd for embez.lctncnt. William Doekhnm, a boy of twelve y...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 December 1899

INE THE RED CROSS NURSE. rnlfxw of the Admiral" are ringing everywhere; .! ...plmidlts of the Generals are sinelug In thn nlr: L ', 'men who sniled to dink their lives within thn Merrlmne, 'dauntless they Hint even death was fearful to nttiv-k!) - hard murines whose tnetin knew no sluntil for retreat Linua rain of Manser bullets and the drench of troplo heat, nuIVoiiKti and ready riders In their resoluto advenes, laku our dally records a continuous romance. ,r ,."ry them In our stories; we chant thorn In our verse; k let as slug a stanza for the tied Cross army nurse. -'"'nils In the foremost battle, slio Is In Hie rearmost tonts, iml wears no weapon of attack, no armor of dolense. - (Ms brarer than the bravest, slio Is truer than the true, asks not If tho soldier struck for red and white ami blue. asks not If he fell beneath the yellow and the red; ttl Is mother to the wounded, she Is sister to the dead. victor's cheers ring In her ears, but those she docs not hood; , 'victim's moa...

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. — 7 December 1899

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published Every Thursday. 13. W. Veck, Editor. McCONNELLSBURG, PA. Thursday, Dec. 7, 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.' "NOW I LAY Mi: DOWN TO 'SLEEP." Night's suble vobuti tucked in the day And silvery utars bi'jran to peep, When kneeling down, I lisping pray, "Now 1 luy nie down to sleep." My altur then my mother's knee At thought of whose deur name I weep Those were the words she taught to me; "I 'pray Thee, Lord, my soul to keep." How many now, grown gray with years, Ere of sweet sluml)rrthey partake, Forget to say, oft-times with tears, "If I should die before I wake?" From infancy to wintry age, While life endures, we suppliance make. And ever thus, the child, the sage, "IprayThee,Lord,my soul to take." Whitticr At Home. The first ih.stallmontof a .sorios of le...

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. — 7 December 1899

-J. TON-COUNTY NEWS. oysC. FOR THOSE WHO -( SUCCEED. g for Mioho who Hitci'ci'cl: (You there!) ft whole iuccpssful orow, ' I In of the strong, iirrolo Htrlpp, U a song for you. Uio Is there here In this whole vlde throng hose honest oar I cun nhig my 2 song if, (Stand up!) irfc's my nillllonalre: ' " l(yaw here!' ' 'd sir, your wealth 1h great, It ell you have scooped your for- iune, man, 0 the loosened grasp of fate, live picked up gold an the long fears roll, (while picking up gold you have Iropped your soul: (Go hack!) re's my wlde-hrowed sage: I11- . (This way!) thousand years of lore! )man, 'tis a goodly heritage, you need a little more; ave garnered all thoughts from 1 he four winds hlown, , j forgotten meantime to think 'our own; (Sit down!) Ije's my artist friend: (Step up!) have given dreams to men, ivorld of dreams you have bod ed forth i chisel, brush and pen; Gu've lost the meat of the tough forld's strife, missed the juice of the vintage flifo; e(Step down!) ithat old w...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 December 1899

M YORK f Designs For Costumes That Have Do ll come Popular in tho Metropolis. ! Nkw Yohk City (Special). A.s time goes on it in made manifest that the power of the fancy theatre waist has not been lessened iu thesmallestdegree by our long familiarity with its charms, c THBATUE BODICB. nor will the shadow of the shirt waist diminish iu the least during the win ter. The former tried and true friend in every wardrobe is putting out some amendments on its previous condition. That is to nay, it is arriving in the shops made of satin or the very soft satin surfaced silks that have suf ficient body to stand faucif ul stitching. This ia pretty and commendable and the effect is very like the sketch of a bodice given here, the original of which wus of black peau de soie, hand painted in design of iris in the natural color of the flower. The collar is of shirred chiffon and a similar finish is at wrists. Scores of the silk and flannel shirts just out of tho workrooms show how they have shed th...

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. — 7 December 1899

lie 'it. Vhole '" truth I is It. Acre's nothing lYidforacough ughing. trnv. At r;cre s nothing 82ood for a '" h as Avers try Pectoral. 'ei, 15 cent size is just right "; rdiniry, everyday cold, w ent size is better for the bronchitis, croup, grip, p . Knew, The dollar size " est for chronic coughs, iumption, chronic bron ('thtni, etc. ,m idlnic tha Ulaphaut. not 1 in the Indian army are fed ur. When mealtime arrives I,iwnupln line before a row il ood. Each animal's break )il iB ten pounds of raw rice, ur'i Are two-pound packages, bo. wrapped In leaves and tied Ais At the command, "Atten- elephant raises Its trunk, ut(,ige Is thrown Into its capa tid t 1 By this method of feed : ! Ogle grain of rice Is wasted. ' -f Conlldmiutsa. J'he apt? Letty I don't bout that. But I do ltnpw t:it( if the lights are a bit low. rvifcNTiy on the tiEXS, Liver Dowels K THE NYSTFM iite EFFECTUALLY nil1- , nrmj ........... Sria effects ll'itNWINt - M ANT D By B!ApGfSYRVP(S. !,i W yw voluable CAS('A v""m ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 7 December 1899

Additional Local. (iolil-miitli, the Tnilor.. T,Yv Date, Macni'oiii und New Crop MoIuhkph lit Koliinwnii's. Kliler Core, of Virginia, reHrlii'l nt iv'iM'dinorc Saturday nnil Knnila.v. l'ap Mnvni', of fort Littleton killed a porker lust Thursday that weighed Mil pounds. M'ih .(t'ssic Kendall has lieen tiuit 111 for several days. Thomas Ti'iiax, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Aimer Truax, of lielfast township, had the niisfortuiie last Sunday to have a linger cut olT. We do not have the eireuinstances under which it happen ed. Hats, caps, underwear, shirts, col lars, culls, gloves and neckties at ('. It. Steven's, Merchant Tailor. The Quarterly Conference will meet in the M. church on Friday, Decem ber Hth at 3 o'clock. The I lev. K. N. Yoctini I). I)., will preacli at 7 p. in., and aaln Sunday at 7. p. m. You will lind every tiling up-to-date In ('. U. Steven's new store. The Johnstown Democrat on lust Saturday say s a (leal is on foot for tin? sale of the ( oniincreial Hotel in that city to Me...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 December 1899

1111011 C V; 01111 DLUME 1. McCONNELLSBURG, PA., DECEMBER 14, 1899. NUMBER 13. (S "HANG ME, JUDGE," r Zimmerman, The Veter an Horse Thief, Gets His Sentence. i i " " an week n; the Nkws publish iketeh of the ciiwi' of the aged oted horse thief, l'etcr Zimnier Ht Die time of his arrest. A il from Indiana, I'u., of Deccm- says: unusual scene was enacted In i White's Court in Indiana coun--day. Old Peter Zimmerman, - i head U us while ns snow, and bowed with the weight of "5 V, was arraigned for stealing a . He plead guilty and then told remarkable eoreer in crime, veteran hud spent forty years of !e in prisons in various parts of untry, and grew reminiscent as nnnerated the penitentiaries in he had been conllned. en asked by the Court what J lie done, he replied smilingly: g me, Judge; that sentence would l'keeplng with my long career of :k." n the old man, turning to his as led counsel, said: "I never could the impulse of stealing a good ) and if liberated will certainly It the offen...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 14 December 1899

THE NLWS. A scheme Is on foot to divert Western grain hlpmcnts from tho seaboard cities of Nnw York, Baltimore and Newport News by an aUI-water routs to Montreal. It In proposed to erect Immense grain elevators nt the hitter dace, and build n Meet of steamers to curry the grain abroad. Itev. Dr. 8. C. Hmlth, pastor of the Peo ple's Church, at Ht. Paul, Minn., lias mad nnother vigorous protest agnlust women as wage-earners, particularly In tho factories. l'rof. M. F.dwln Dolmont, a fortune-toller, whose iiunn to Inquiries caused scandals In the vlllngn of Clyde, N. Y., was mobbed fcy tha villagers. The Standard Stool Company- works at Lewiston. li., employing U.fiOO men, will be fjreed to olos dowu because of scarcity of fuel. Mr. John Packs, of Gettysburg, whoso husband killed himself, 'made four unsuc cessful attempt! at suicide. More than thirty men were killed by the explosion In the Carbonado mine, ueur Ta fomi, Wash. t It la now regarded M certain that the Canadian steamer Madu...

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