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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - August 18, 1899, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Lad us str toilet St Tioel a shop opposite Litt cd of Haiti Street Day or std asst j Mattery b maeral banking drafts de Points of the United slates Europe Gold coupons and All Bonds bought at highest in loaned on approved ived on de Ops payable interest of time made on All accessible thro Ach mails or express would to pleased with open Parlon near shun to be and sati fac Martin in the latest style and Sailani shop near the Martin hot will Trade for come a Kilili pm a to loan by 88 n Oascar publisher Independent in established in nswbethle1 August Taro men ambushed Dreyfus wooded Man yet Fri in the haying bean shot in the ca3iblkperier faces 3oma of Sis statements in Testi Mony before the Drayfus Courtr artial la by replies from tie for Mer president of France Dre Fua Hare slapped the general had he referred to his alleged relations with accused kans dramatic demand on the former Gator of statement of the imminence of War with Here our Bill Fulcd in at two men ambushed maitre counsel for and one shot was hitting Zambori in the Bacic Labori fell in the he is stall maitre Labori left his House alone for the court at about 8 Oclock this morn his residence is situated in the suburbs of the about a Quarter of an hours walk from the the route being along a solitary Road beside the River he had reached a Point half Way on his when two who had evidently been lying in wait for rushed out of a narrow Lane and one of them fired a single shot from a the murderers were Only a couple of Yards behind their victim and the bul let struck maitre Labori in the the wounded Man uttered an agonized cry and fell Flat on his the murderers immediately fled through the Lane from which they had emerged and about Coolock it was announced that the Bullet had entered the stomach that there was no outward and that the physicians believe that Labori will die from the a later Story has it that Labori was shot in the Temple by a Man who fired a revolver at him outside the and that the miscreant was a the Drey fans constr Marcial was resumed it is understood that even a More thrilling incident than that which ended saturdays session was expected by the counsel of Dreyfus and would have occurred but for general Merciers Dreyfus intended and had actually declared his determination to slap Merciers face before the whole if he brought up the Story of the relations of Dreyfos with some newspapers have acted As go Between Lor Dreyfus and the at tache to whom he is alleged to have made treasonable Mercier abstained from All reference to the buc despite the people in the court thought for a that dreams was about to strike until a Captain gendarmes took him gently by the Arm and pushed Hun Back into Bis minister of War when Drey fus was had spoken nearly four hours in ruthless denunciation of who had listened unmoved until Mercier concluded by saying that if he had not been convinced at the guilt of and if the letters conviction had not been for tined since he would admit he had been Dreyfus jumped to his feet and shouted that is what you ought to the Podence burst into a wild whereupon the Ushers called for but Whan Mercier replied that he would admit Dreyfus was innocent if there was any the prisoner shouted again Why dont you then that is your at this there was another outburst of Casimir Werier then Rose and dramatically demanded to be Cou fronted with general Mercier in order to deny some of his colonel Jouanet ordered the court to be adjourned until today at for the and As Mercier turned to leave the court the audience Rose enemas be and hissed and cursed those at the Back of the court standing on chairs and benches in order to bettor hound him the Gend armes placed themselves Between the general and the who showed a Strong disposition to maltreat the former minister of general Mercier hurried out of the courtroom through a Side amid fierce denunciations from the Casimir Perier said that neither he nor the Cabinet saw the dossier till a fortnight after the Coupe nation of for the Honor of the magistracy and the Honor of the express Dent i feel compelled to speak the truth in defense of an innocent this declaration uttered in a vibrant rising till it broke with there was on outburst of applause in the the president threat sued to Clear the court if the Demon stration was proceeded with Hia referring to a Facer to refresh his memory As to a Bat speaking with of that motive Feol the presidency had Tesi that to i Tadjem to the contemptuous Itwari his excuse for furnishing the judges with the secret dossier unknown to Wasimi Sperier had Cut this ground from under him and Bis excuse had he with a most sensational statement i know that general lament has said that francs were Bant from Ger Many to assist the Causa of this was but it was like a Boulevard so feeble in its form if hearsay gossip in Stead of Businesslike evidence that it Only of of of of con tempt and murmurs of Merciers discourse was simply a Long interrupted by the Reading of Many he concluded with the impressively stated conviction that the court of cassation was wrong that ma1tbb Esterhazy could not have written tha Bordereau that Dreyfus alone knew the facts that Dreyfus alone was statements of general Mercier before the court martial at Rennes regarding the imminence of War Between Germany and prance i cites Only ridicule the general opinion is that the former War minister ought now to be judged from a Patho logical View the sem official newspapers declare that there was never any idea of War and even had count von the German ambassador in been a charge affaires would have been empowered to hurry on the embassy shoot ing of leading counsel for resulted in general merrier be ing let Down when on the in the confrontation by Casimir As Labori was especially pre pared to crosses mine it was believed by crash the would be murderer apparently chose that Day for his court adjourned a Short owing to Tho and then de the other attorney for Lemercier Down not being pre pared for that part of the Demange was deeply affected by the attempt to assassinate his colleague and was quite unable to do himself Casimir Perier declared that Mer Ciers Story told on the witness stand saturday of the imminence of War be tween Germany and prance in 1884 was grossly and complained of the action of the then minister of War Mercier in moving troops to the Frontier without consulting when general Mercier was in reply to the president of the he reit Rattu his belief that major count in spite of the letters own was not the author of the Bordereau the witness was written on tracing paper and wus found in an Billot and of Pauoine declared they thought tha prisoner Hanotiaux also tile he was so were the Otner officers of the Catho Lic total abstinence speech made by archbishop the second Day of the Twenty ninth convention of the Catholic total abstinence society of America opened with a memorial mass at the catedral of the holy name in Honor of the members of the order who have died during the Bon Tine business of the convention was taken up when the session was called to Philadelphia was chosen As the next place of meeting the feature of the session was an address by archbishop in which Tho prelate eulogized Mca Aguon 3es Sonies of who Haa been prominent in Catholic Temperance work for a and who was the suggestion of archbishop ire that a history of the Catholic total abstinence Union be was adopted and a committee of five was appointed to prepare history and report at the convention next archbishop Ireland was elected a Mem Ber of the a Temperance song and hymn for Nae in juvenile branches 01 the was ordered at a later session the report of the committee on resolutions wag All the National officers of the Cath Olic total abstinence Union of America were reelected they Are As follows Bishop Hartford first vice Washington Philadelphia Sec Ond vice Walter Chicago third vies Leo Nora Louis new York deaths from the there were s3 deaths from the plague the Lait week and 25 news cases were Bon to Cleais tha for cleaning carpets drug Zgta that Are i Ife to see the president Mckinley agreed 70 visit com Mottoa consisting of Dora nor Robert fit Caira Josd intr want to Fly Mabury to will arrive a com of governor Stone of Robert Pitcairn and Bigalow of air1 Irod Here to invite president me Kinley to attend the reception to a tendered the tenth Pennsylvania regi ment in Pittsburg upon tha return Home from the 38the president accepted is invitation and will leave Here arriving in Pitts Nea St Day even there will be a and the entire state militia of Pennsyl Vania will be in Pittsburg on the of placed in a body Benui the Tymn for the bar races of the Tody of colonel late commandant or the tenth regi who died at seamy Orr ured at Wash and placed in a vault to Tho arrival of the regiment from Sou when b military Fune ral will take it was first taken where services were the next Day it Lay in state for a time at Washington and Jefferson a Large crowd was at the station when the remains on the streets the local organizations had formed into they were Templeton Post the a members of company tenth regi ment Camp sons of and Demolan knights tem of which colonel Hawkins was a the procession moved in the follow ing order company seventeenth c pain High Rogers general John a chaplain Joseph colonels Glenn and Captain Wallace of Battery major John lieutenants my Duncan and Hawkins of the pics Borg knights the committee appointed by the hits Borg tenth the local organizations in the order and 2cc Farmer members of company tenth the Hearse followed the knights tem the pallbearers were knights Joseph Frank Harlea Bartberger and George when at last the House was reached the company p detail again acted As brigadier general Wiley and the other officers were the tetto enter the they stood at attention at one Side of the Pat thu other organizations took up their place by the then the pallbearers carried the body into the the spectators Baring their Heads and then falling Infin the the casket was deposited in the and grand prelate Boyla of the Short but impress Ive but did not linger Long the the features of tha colonel were easily but it was the robot looting form a he appeared when be his troops nearly 16 chaplain inn Ter was daring the terrible and pathetic and comforted them in their he took supper with the family and told them of the death of their loved services were held in the the attendants besides the Mother and John Aiken and and colonel Captain lieutenant Best Ana some the Brothers of the deceased were also chaplain the serv Henry tem pastor of the first United Presby Terian Church and Chan Iii of the seventeenth regiment prayer was offered up by the tenth in which he asked the divine favor on the stricken family to give strength and Comfort in it was a fervent and Beautiful he then read a scriptoria and the ceremonies were eluded with tha Benediction by Bev hob80s praised pointed out Tho Good work by a brother inn of con str for Richmond Pearson Hobson Waff heard from by the Navy Dejak Maizit f or the first time at any length St Acefie was assigned to duty in charge the Span ish ships raised Manila therbor Aud now undergoing ibs report is unusually Deal ing in general Suchias Che need of a Large dockyard the increasing at Manila and the Prospect that Manila trill succeed Hon Kong As the Emporium of the the value of chinese labor branches of Industry he also said the ships which Are completed win a Worth to the government at amt contemplates trying to Raiana three More Spanish vessels now Erthe Bottoni of the letter was add esd to Bear Admiral chief of the Bureau of and la at july he shows fitting had Coss a net gala to three yeas Ste of Oradat few the Tufti was fights in rebels severely whipped in 5ev fetal end defeat Uada attacks a two Mateo occupied by troops Fosse of United states troops from four Miles Northeast of a Iolos and from about six Miles Northeast of j encountered a body of mate Dat about half Way Between Bustos and in the engage ment that ensued the filipinos were severely ponia hed and the americans lost one Man the insurgent Force a believed to have been under the commend of Gen eral Pio Del and to have had in View tearing up tie railway at boo ave Tad about three Milna Northeast there to i sunday the aggressive in the neighbourhood of the they unsuccessfully attacked san on the Bio near which is garrisoned by two companies of the Twenty second the Ameri cans had one a and two privates a similar affair took Ulace at Grin four Miles West of where another Garrison is stationed As a safeguard against a possible attack upon the a special train took reinforcements to Malolos and just North of a a by troops of general Samuel tongs with the object of the of tha enemy near san Northeast of tha Juan about ten Miles from resulted in the occupation of san the american loss was three killed and is including a lieutenant the americans approached san Mateo in three with 15 men of the Twenty Fth infant advanced from five Miles West of san Captain with 100 men of the fourth and Captain formerly lieutenant Rommel of Tho twelfth new York Volunteer with 280 men of the Venty first and Twenty fourth infantry and the fourth approached in two columns from the Job Josjor Cronin experienced Many difficulties arising Froid the condition of the country and failed to effect a Junction with Captain Rivers West of san As had been Captain took an outpost of the out my two Miles South West of san he Rifen in coup Tere Strong resistance among the the enemy firing from excellent Posi having failed to connect with major Aud seeing that was already occupied by the Captain Rivers covering Nis withdrawal by a heavy he lost a sergeant Captain on found the enemy strongly entrenched on the far Side of some Rice about a mile wide Aud covered with deep pushing Forward rapidly he routed the filipinos after about minutes fight ing and then continued the March upon san which he entered without serious major Cronin entered the town our men were exhausted by the heavy Twenty three of the enemy were known to have been this is the first action in which colonel Burts coloured troops Partick they behaved their leaders having difficulty in holding them general Young accompanied Captain was under fire throughout it is Esti mated that enemy numbered be tween 200 and 400 while theses Sumanth duri ing Calulot along the the Tro org saw a group of 60 filipinos outside is town under a Flag of who were in White held up their hands to signify that they Wera in Captain with a advanced cautiously to a Point within 200 of picked no guns and fired a dropped into the unhurt on the movement the at this the Fili pinot ran word Lhasa received from lieu tenant of the United state gunboat with 14 members of the Crew of the was captured by the insurgents last april near Baler on the East coast of which comes through Spanish is to the of 2ect that and his men Are at in tha province of South the Westcoast of All but two lieutenant Gillmore is Al ices red a House and a servant and is fairly losses of general Macarthur in the reset tattle beyond san Fernando were killed and j29 the under colonel participated in the and had the insurgent loss was 100 killed about 300 the rebels have been driven and apparently abandoned their Sac Wear they blew up Otis z8potgd the following daisies thirty Finith near Sam Fer a ado Wogner it Arav avers de ssh bib their ii toilet carrots Are advised to be Frealy eaten in summer As they Are thought to be a remedy for freckles Watermelon juice is said to be Sot Only very soothing and agree Awa to the Bat a complexion be Antler and Complete remover of cleanliness of the skin has a great effect on the general and it is Well known that if Ona Haa been exposed to infection the Best thing to do by Way of precaution is to take a hot Bath immediately for Gray hair an English writer advises to Wash the head with Claret and take Iron Aud Burgundy As a a lotion which in designed to keep the complexion Clear and free from spots a made by mixing two drams of tincture of Benzoin with one pint of Rosewater Rice Rice pudding in its simplest form is Tat it is often spoiled by Tho addition of Aggs and properly made it should contain Only sugar and Nutmeg in the proportion of Cue Narter of a cupful of Rico to two quarts of tha remaining ingredients being added to suit individual it should be baked in n slow for Feliy two and u a yellow Uniat forms Over the it to Rit Irre flu 1 icy cold it i Tuti Ililau soothing and Healing properties of chamberlains cough its pleasant taste and prompt and Pei Maceol have made it a great favorite with the people for Sale by decorative Frozen mixtures of All kinds Are now the fashion for women country lunch the ice Ball is one greatly favor in form it a a Small Ball made entirely of Ica at the top is an opening through which the soft custard is poured and then again Well every color in Cream a but Pink is the tint it is served on a pretty ornamental mat of White the guest cracking the Ball a if it was an showing the Beautiful tint be Neath another Happy thought is the rain a delicious combination in form of a in which All the hues Are charmingly very pretty idea for the formal dinner the Retreat Belt the latest Belt clasps Are the tiniest affairs according to the jewellers this is due to she new fashion in in and when any is is the merest the designs of these clasps Are indeed two diminutive daisies with Diamond centers represent one of another consists of two very Small hearts paves with and a third shows coiled serpents beautifully jew eled with red and Green pearls and diamonds Are favor Ite stones for the enrichment of Gold which come in both solid and openwork notice to we hereby request All persons whose subscriptions Are in arrears to make pay ment of the same during the present the Money is Dow due us and we Are badly in need of we Are unable to Send a collector and we Hope to receive the Money without being gift to that we Are putting in machinery that will very ranch improve the vindicator and the Money is needed to pay for dont disappoint Bat let g have a remittance at the aider part of some philosopher says the con tinted Roan is never poor the Discon tented never that May be All right As far As the Man himself it Bat if s discouraging to be a member of a con tented poor mans consumption Warners White wine of tar the Best cough remedy on cures a cold in one Day if taken 25 and agents Jln Tedforh life and of Admiral the worlds greatest Naral by Murat the lifelong Friend and admirer of the nations biggest and befit Book Over 6co 8x10 inches Ocary 100 pases halftone Only enormous Biff commissions outfit Chance of a write the 3rd floor Caxton fond year mow that never wholesale Gener dress capes and lace Jet Iii 9 j on Rofot aftsff11 we oame to new our Hopes it which we 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