Page 1 of 16 Jun 1899 Issue of New Bethlehem Vindicator in New-Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 16 Jun 1899 in New-Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The New Bethlehem Vindicator.

Browse New Bethlehem Vindicator
  • new-bethlehem-vindicator page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • new-bethlehem-vindicator page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • new-bethlehem-vindicator page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • new-bethlehem-vindicator page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 16 Jun 1899 New Bethlehem Vindicator in New-Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - June 16, 1899, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania I Independent in established in new june 1 drug j a or Fihar opposite head of a Wood 8t Day or Al National Bank Abst of King drafts of Tho United slates All class is bought at highest loaned on approved be payable thu overt Altimae feasible All or express would be pleased account wit i open Lisa done in in pc rec done Ana Guaran Pillow ladies awful town of wiped out of a 25 per cent new struck and about 300 building were number of dead estimated a at least june Tornado struck the town of in Washington and wiped the placed out of sex Herman is a place of about 300 in the Northern part of Washington it is on tha line of the Minne Apolis and Omana new june describable sad Are the scenes of Deso lation wrought by the Tornado that i bar and 12inch v v Jujj Jug pm Jujj making a specially of swept out of existence the working Pic or kelp from Iron nil in granted by Manu to amalgamated Iron v and steel at wage Confer ence Here came to an the net result is that the Iron and steel workers get a general raise of 25 per cent for some a summary of the increases in the scale follows boiling rate fixed at per ton of a 1 410 muck or pud dle Mill who previously received a on eighth now get on seventh the base Price of scrapping and a sheling men get 25 per cent Advance j on a 1 410 greetings of the Colorado regiment returned to Barracks in Manila last As the ragged and Dusty men marched past the the fashionable gathering place for they were heartily lieutenant went Edge at the War department received the following Dis Patch june adjutant Washington first Lieuw Nant Richard West surgeon died Here at 4 Oclock this of typhoid Captuo Mckiou at a cablegram Bushling on Sand j was received at the Navy department Bottom receive an Advance of 25 per from Captain the naval officer cent on a 1410 the following branches Are raised Iii the same proportion of 25 per cent heating prosperous Little City of new Rich out of 500 houses and store comprising the fully 300 were wrecked by the storm or de it Royell by almost every family has one or More members among the injured or and Little groups were seen everywhere search by the Light of lantern or for loved ones who May be buried in the piles of debris on every with frantic Energy the search had been conducted and 54 bodies had been although the number of dead certainly will reach 100 or these for the most been taken to the Catholic and congregational j although in the very j Edge of the storms miraculously j escaped its in these temporary the sights Are such As to touch the hardest As the grief stricken living recognize in bodies horribly mangled Dis the remains of missing dear the wounded find temporary asylums in the uninjured dwellings on either Side of the path of where doctors and nurses from nearby cities and town Are doing heroic work without sleep or As Many As possible of the whose chances Forree Overy Are considered Are being sent to the hospitals at Paul and Minne Apo where they will have better Degnan of the Church of the immaculate in describing to approaching storm and the immediate said in part i was standing the porch of my which is some three blocks West of the Omaha with my Little pointing to the threatening Clouds i said to him those Clouds Are that was about then i heard a fearful it was like the panting of so locomotives on an up i said to the boy there is the in the Southwest was a great Bis King Black the Apex in the the funnel in the far ahead of the the air was full of flying bedding Aud i told the boy to Aud warn the people in the houses Between us pud the from All sides the people crying for i took them and some people from the Parish schoolhouse and hurried them into the cellar of my they begged for absolution and i Knelt Down Aud gayest to even As i the great Black Cloud of destruction was upon the out of the general and terrific Roar i could hear Tho crashing and hissing As House after House i ran out Aud was struck twice by pieces of flying then the storm was i immediately began the work of it was god keep me from seeing the everywhere au8 Calls for help were the wounded cried out for Pray i gave Thor absolution while As sisting in the work of catholics and protestants prayed for it was the average resident of new Richmond who estimated the loss of life most claimed that hundreds were missing who were in the ruins and there in Ciner one such is who owned the columbian located on main his estimate of loss was 400 june Mes Sage reached Here from new Richmond asking for doctors and saying that the storm struck that and a Large number were killed and the i Railroad officials endeavoured to get out a special but on account of the Sev eral washouts were unable to do and the doctors and Many others were drive i if across the country As fast As horses could safely Cany three travel ing men who drove from River Falls to Hudson were struck by the storm and the Rig was torn to Tho one named Vollman having one of his legs june a terrible Tornado formed in a waterspout about four Miles South of Hudson of Lake it was witnessed by hundreds of people and seemed to follow the Lake and to be making directly for the but about two Miles South it veered to the East and left the Lake and crossed the it was about 20 rods wide and destroyed almost everything in jts several families escaped by getting into a Quarry and Nowith Wisconsin june courier from Boardman reported that the whole town has been wined off the face of Tho while no definite news can be obtained at this time of it is presumed that Many were injured and possibly it is known that Dave Hefferon is severely injured and sunday ballplayers at at the close of the tall the sheriff roti fied the players of both teams that tha owe Teufler arrest ordered them to at the Joil this they did and registered and released for a Justice steel plate and tank Mills also 10inch hoop and Cotton tie at the conclusion of the conference of the con thanked the workers of the committee for their gentlemanly de business astuteness Aud for the fact that they recognized the manufacturers As friends and no longer As president Shaffer of the amalgamated responded in a similar complimented the manufacturers upon their fairness toward the interests of the in command it announcing the sudden death of Captain Henry Nichols from Captain Nichols was the commander of the Monitor Mon store in Jeffries the unus cd out Tho Eto Venth Soutul of their Al put at new new june Jef at the Arena of Tho Coney Island athletic Defeated Robert Fitz worlds Champion in two classes middleweight and heavy 11 rounds of whirlwind he was never at any time in serious Aud after the size up in the earlier rounds of the took the he had the australian whipped from the ninth Siler acted As referee the decisive round follows eleventh up but assumed tin joftril3 a Bandini of Livi Huntly Wintink for i knockout they clinic Ltd three Comini to close quarters put two hard riches Over fila so Nadinic him and then straight left to Tho following with a left on the Fitz crowded trying his right for the but full but succeeded in blocking californian right Jeffries then assumed the hrs restive met it the station by the chief of police May present cred a Toals at Bellamy United states minister to Stanton Secretary of the and their servants arrived Here by the Southern Storer was received at the rail Way station by colonel chief of police of who sainted the min ister by touching his the British in whose care the interests of the United states Spain were confided during the hostile was not represented of the arrival of the the party drove to the hotel de where Storer prob ably will remain until their new quarters Are ready for Storer Likely will present his credentials when a Day Aud hour probably will be fixed for an audience with the Queen met death in James jabbed Hia left to a loft on the jaw from Duz Iid who stood in the Middle of thu Jeffries looked at him a second Anil then he had him at his mercy Swunk right and left to the Point of the jaw and went Down and relinquish ing tin championship to the time of eleventh round 1 minute and in 35 of the receipts at the big fight Friday night Fitzsi Ioinous the Island sporting club Aud the Only democrats vat ii to Harris number kor Sutrina court Juno the demo cratic convention was called to or Der noon today to state i Liing and a temporary organization was formed by tiie selection of William Brinton of Lancaster As temporary Charles of will la sport will be permanent the avowed candidates for supreme court judge Are George Allen of judge Harmon Yerkes of Dewitt of judge Smith of Wolver of judge Bechte of ton judge Ermentrout of a judge Krebs of Bower of judge Stewart of John Ilc Coughy of Larue Munson of judge Mayer of judge Ken Nedy of judge Mestrezat of Levi Mcquiston of William Trickett of judge Al Bright of Dickinson of judge Lynch of Luzerne and a judge Samuel Gustine Thompson of a successor to of wan elected president tic Pennsylvania june at special meeting of the Hoard of directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Cassatt of Thi City president to succeed the late James Mccrea of first vice was chosen a member of the Board of directors to fill the vacancy created to Cas Aaita election to the presidency report of chief sur Peou Ltd Picott for the month of at among the reports submitted by general Otis concerning the operations of the army in Manila is one from colonel Henry Lippi chief surgeon of the for the Mouth of colonel Lippincott said in part the Long list of engagements be tween our troops and the filipinos Iii using through the Mouth resulted in the following casualties to our com Mand 6 enlisted died from 2 enlisted 18 enlisted total casualties for the 596 total casualties since Privato Cooney i died in at commanding at informed War department of the on june at of private William company fifth of intestinal transport front at san the trans port Steamer Charles Nelson arrived Here about 31 Days from Sev eral discharged soldiers from the Philippines were of to Clear out the Dehes to raid Tho Hole la tile june Hola in the forbears a Refuge for out promises to be cleared of its Des Perate the daring robber baud which looted the Union Pacific express at Rock Creek recently and escaped to the fastness of their Dens in the Ohio in the Wall in spite of the fact that they were closely pursued Plain and Are to be systematically hunted to their to this purpose the several Railroad managers with interests in this state were Organ izing it was expected 200 men will be engaged in the big Man papal Delegate for Canada at clerical ii Citta Dino of Genoa says the Pope Lias decided to establish permanent apostolic delegation investigation shows the statement of ii Cittadino is arrangements to that Are in und if car ried out it is understood monsignor the apostolic Delegate to who is now in will be a apostolic Delegate to from at arrived Here from the headwaters of the Stewart River Tell of a number of deaths from starvation among the they sacrificed an Indian girl to appease the great and troops went from Selkirk Barracks to arrest scurvy was prevalent among the miners on the Stewart Aud Zelwyn and three deaths have Rich Gold de posits were found of the upper Fannie announced at new the pastor of the Avenue Baptist announced that he would resign the pastorate of that Church immediately to a sept the presidency of Brown univer Blankle at the will Iam formerly Profester of fue ology of the free Edin to and president of the pan pres Fly Erian aria Coj is Hott to cars for the the care of the Finger nails should be an important Parton the daily toilet if the ends Cythe fingers and tha nails get cleaner wish that la Luna reported assassinated by the guards of 3 ends again proved their Fay Between mud who seemed destined so Wai bitterly opposed to peace and death play a Etiore one of the chief Flag Huluc j near june reached i Here believed to be that general Lucia and his lieutenant Pasco on Juno were assassinated by some of again aides guard at the Headquarters of Luna and it went Tonga isl to Tho Alipino Headquarters to Confer with got into an altercation with the Captain of the guard and one of them Drew a the guard then killed Lena and Ramon with their general Antonio Luna was the bit Terest foe of peace with whom Ameri cans had to and it wag hinted that his death was brought about by Waguiu whose offer of peace had been opposed by the fighting i Juliu was an and his death will leave Agu Maldo Aud his followers free i to treat with tha even the rank and file of the filipinos Hope the i report of Lunas death is As they see in it an Omen of i june follow ing cablegram was received from Geum eral j june j adjutant Walii Wikton j Law tans troops had severe engage ment today with the enemy in Strong entrenchments at the crossing of the sea Pote near Cavite prov he has driven the enemy with heavy our casualties Are some the insurgents in this Southern suction were not molested until they threatened an attack in Strong Force on they Are now scattered and in it is doubtful if they a Iuka a further june filipino occupation of the province of Cavite was broken and the americans got control of the important Coas t towns of Para Narno and Las awhile a Long line of insurgent trenches facing our South line was the in surge Mility As 000 be having the majority sliding away under cover the night after fighting the americana All some others came to meet our troops with protestations of the thirteenth infantry lost one Man killed and six the ninth in Fauty one Man killed did five the fourteenth infantry three wounded and the first Colorado Volunteer regi ment 11 saturdays work was the hardest our army had the Battlefield stretched out across the entire isthmus from la Gula de Bay to the while the troops were the army gun boat in the River near shelled the killing several of the Monitor Monadnock and the gun boat Helena shelled Parana no and Las the rebel sharpshooters kept in hid ing until the american lines had passed and then attempted to pot stragglers from the thanks to their poor marksmanship this was without the whole country proved to be a succession of Small with Boggy ground Between the thick and Bushes in the which added to the difficulty of the but gave shelter that saved Many from the enemy our men threw away their Coats and even stripping to the Waist and trusting to Luck for water could not be obtained and there was much discomfort after the canteens were at the outset the the ninth infantry Aud the Twenty first infantry forced the line of insurgent wheeled to the left and drove the enemy toward the during this Mauff Iunce the filipinos in concealed trenches on the right opened an end lading out the partly owing to the High had few the ninth infantry crept around to the flanking the driving out the filipinos Aud killing Many of the Colorado regiment advanced to the two companies encountered trenches on top of a where the filipinos stood Waist High above a pouring a Volley upon the and the Colorado troops charged and drove them lieutenant colonel Moses being wounded in the England newest sow Utah Yurt and control the ton Aitt by virtual control of the Chat has added a Rich i or Rolu Nial it May us Mildest ardent expansion its to know that the1 United states has lost just so much Liy allowing this which i might have been acquired without opposition by the native govern to slip through its hut i lie authorities at Washington j were not tight they knew of tin anxiety of tie Island chiefs to lie Iune i dependency of a great naj but evidently the policy of the administration was against taking stir a for Many years the germans have had their eyes on the Tonga hut tin Tongas dislike German they have been Imp missed by the subjects of Tho Kaiser Aud threatened in Many ways until they have turned to great Britain Cor at time of the annexation of the Fiji group by great Britain in 1874 it i was proposed to include the Tonga and Sui Oak groups with them in a i South Pacific Tri insular the idea was not lint the necessity of being prepared to keep a watchful on a flu irs and to i forestall any aggressive movement on the part of Germany has never been i lost sight of for a this Tonga comprising some of a total area of about i ire lies Between Piirala on were Iregi the piled to j in of tissue by a d was tie fruit into to the pile of each of separately a crate Twenty to one Hundred the oranges Are not Broant from the Grove o the but rest a Day or two la that there they Are lattice where they a sweating1 process before ready for Shl Manl general tin shop a slate Fai Mouri wholes col bist ail Norwood sewing machines Good Cream Best in the snarl Complete ready Ichardson Esiline dress go in Tail Fraade suits Kohoe Sci Iii King of less 13 and degrees South Lai Tiuli and the meridians of 11and 111 de Grees West Lioy Are about 350 Miles South Southwest from the samoan and from the Fiji Thi which was some x xxx at Tiu tinn of Captain Cooks visit j has been of Hie decrease and Xiv by a late estimate now includes Only about of whom 300 Are principally British and German with a few Ameri the Laud is very hut the Cli mate is enervating aul not attractive to the better class of europeans for permanent trading Conge this fit column advanced about one and a half Miles toward where the americans found a Strong Trench on a out of which they drove the Fili pinos by hard the enemy tried to flank the Dis mounted troops of the fourth accompanying major general and at the same time they made then Only throwing a skirmish line to flank the fourteenth but they were easily the american artillery coining to the Crest of the Hill and shelling about 8 Oclock in the afternoon general Wheaton headed by general in his White clothing and of a big Black was a shining Mark for the enemy circled to the South of lao encountering a Large Force of filipinos in the shelter of Tho general Tawton had a narrow in Tho first Volley of the enemy horses of three of Hie staff officers were shoe from under the Colorado regiment bore the Brunt of this attack and dispersed the hardly bad they finished off that lot when Large Force appeared in the which he ninth infantry and a part of the regiment drove by this time nearly Tho whole division was and in stations Timve been established on Sev in the meantime general Wheaton j eral of the islands for a great Many the Clinef Art files of Export Are m co nut Cotton and vessels with fresh such Las and is Raulte As May of the South Pacific whaling Vioet spend the quiet season at Anil i when Good sheltering harbours Are the one at on j when we came to new Bethlehem we hoped in our Hopes More than res for which we Are truly thankful to our Patroi and we shall use every Endeavor to me continuation of the patronage so Liber ally now to Call your to the Large and varied Stock of general Mere Handiii the North Side of being the Lar Gest and Best in tin whole South pacify i Cut one in King Turbou who rules Over this ancient Island came to the throne three years when he was Only in years he Lias progressive ideas and is said to have inherited much of the ability of his George Diibon whom lie succeeded on the George i was a remarkable it was to who brought Tonga to its pres ent state of and it is owing to his Energy and ability that Tonga Lias been preserved an inde pendent kingdom and has not been gobbled tip by More powerful a Young King George surrounds him with Sofii Etliong of Tho pomp of when be appears Jin pub wears a military Snow Van tils a Tyre bold sailors and Are proud reals All of which we Are Selling at the very oar store is Well stocked and goods we Are Able to compete 5n goods with and solicit the Public inspect ill j you Are invited t o Call Anc i we31 treat Yon right i Swartfager d

Search All Newspapers in New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the New Bethlehem Vindicator Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The New Bethlehem Vindicator?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection