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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - November 26, 1897, New Bethlehem, PennsylvaniaOf w facts and recommendations from Secretary Algers annual army condition and free culty of men to fight the of Tho ordnance Point can accommodate More cout and har Bor Are much too suggestions and recommendations of import Ance Are contained in the first annual re port of general Russell Secretary of just submitted to the the Secretary quotes with approval a terse official statement of Tho condition and needs of the army prepared by major Gen eral Nelson it is urge that to recommendation concerning two additional regiments of artillery by considered favor ably by Europe league combination thu United Liuigi acc Raul the Mii Tor of foreign when Mak ing an Appeal to All in his annual add Russ before Tho austrian and Hungar Ian to join closely for the vigorous defence of against Tho United states the Tomt petition of transatlantic said a turning Point has been reached in european development which Calls for the unremitting attention of Tho great problems of material welfare which become More pressing require to be taken in hand the destructive Competition which trans oceanic countries urn carrying on requires prompt and thorough counteracting Meas ures if Tho vital interests of Tho people f Europe Are not to to gravely Compro the Martenn of discusses the speech of the austrian it says that Tho project of a european com Mercial the United states discussed and agreed upon during re cent conferences at Homburg and general Ordway general Albert of the United died at Tho Hoffman new York the end was hastened by grief Over his Bottina Tho and the excitement of a reconciliation with a feud four news has just been rec ived of a tragedy at Bayou la four a thur and Edwin and Lawrence and Edwin had a Street Flucht As a re sult of n family with shotguns and All four Are Japan from Japan comes news that the Japan pm government has demanded the sum of in Gold from by Way of Kindom Altir in connection with the emigre Secretary Alger in his has de parted from the usual custom by reproducing in full the reports of ing generals and Heads of bureaus and contenting himself with Brief the Secretary does not indoors general Miles splain for a increase in number of the Only recommendation of Rhess this lint which receives the explicit Sanction of the Secre tary is that for two More artillery although the desirability of further military divisions in Alaska is and Alger recommends the revival the Grade of and urges while it Tachis be Given rank and pay of and that such attaches at legation be Given lieutenant colonel Secretary says that the military Academy at West 1oint accommodate Moro if provision is made Tor two More artillery the army absorb More of the does indo Sethe recommendation Tho that Largen appointed from state which would give ninety More a nuts than Oliero Are but recommends that the Tercsi sent be authorised to appoint bin cadets at Urgo each which would increase the present hum Bic the surgeon general recommended a return to former practice of providing Public quarters for a number of Pinarr Icamen Tho does not the recommend the amount for Tho improve ment of Rivers and harbours during the los Al june was the estimate submitted for the ils Ual year ending june for continuous work authorized by Congress and thu Secretary of War is Tho estimates for River Anil Harbor improvements submitted by Tho chief of in said the greatly exceeded former with the exception of Waterways and harbours where there is a Large traffic or immediate improvement is imperatively needed j am convinced the estimates Are largely in excess of what they should be at a time when the demands upon the Treasury Are As great As it is therefore recon meal Uil that Tho amount to Psi appropriated a largely reduced below Tho estimate for fortifications of the fiscal ending Juno or in excess of Tho appropriation for thu fiscal year end ing june Secretary Alger urges that thu estimates of the Gwen of ordnance ice the Secretary recommends an appropriation of for experiments with Mili tary balloons and for systems for the harbours sew Boston and san army department expenditures for Tho fiscal year ending june Wero the appropriations for Tho present ils Cal year Aro Given As while Tho estimate for the next fiscal Vearis the news under the proposed agreement Between thu Initta Groat Britain nud can the state will suspend Seal ing on the 1ribilof islands in return for the suspension of Pelagic sealing by the Gary expressed gratification at the comments on his recommendation for the establishment of postal Sav Ings veterans in Volunteer soldiers Homes have taken which show they favor the control of the Homes by the War de employees in the topographical Bureau were Laid off because the Board of apportionment reduced the the Secretary of the Treasury has issued a to employees to the effect that til irks receiving a stated salary who be a Jeet to pay their contracted for the necessary support of themselves and their without presenting satisfactory reasons will not be retained in in this United states circuit court at to judge Foster refused to an injunction restraining state insurance commissioner Webb Misail from examining the books of the travellers insurance the suits of the new York life insurance company Exail were dismissed on motion of the company a woman College building was received and dedicated by Brown and the Cornerstone of a Chapel was Laid at Welles a boiler in the engine room of the grave elevator works in totally wrecking a one Story Brick building in which it was located and fireman and Patrick u boiler beneath its while playing with matches the three tear old daughter of Frank of ate the Sulphur off u num Ber of she was taken sick and died in great the the University of Harvard played on Franklin resulted in a Victory for the Home team with a score of to an immense crowd witnessed the six of members of the family of William of have died of malignant diphtheria since october the victim was who leaves a baby n week John a youth of Nineteen shot and killed George Hart at who was engaged to marry Burgesss disguise himself As a Cowboy and tried to frighten who killed the supposed a sensational occurred at a it to Moody shot himself the head in bed in his room at Bis boarding was of the bes known men in about two Mouths ago Moody married miss Maggie tie two quarrelled and the wife wont to her parents House to spend the when Moody awoke to killed a robber who was carrying Hejat from a barn in was killed by two men who had1 been to watch the he proved to by John postmaster of thu when his rooms searched a Quantity of stolen goods was the magnificent new Anchor line Steamer Bluff one of Tho bluest Anil newest boats on the lower left Louis bound for Kow or with forty passengers tons of was burned to the Waters Edge at Morrow have secured Tho contract for tobacco for thu italian about fifteen million pounds of dark tobacco Are required for next at Tho Allen near while gambling for a coloured Man named general was stabbed and another coloured Tom was arrested for the and while be ing to Millican by a posse was taken guards and Strung up limb of a tree the vigilantes an said to have been coloured William years of and Andrew aged of Long were found dead in a cat boat on the Beach near Squires on Pecos ii the about half filled with Coroner Nugent summoned a jury rendered a verdict of death by Snow storms have Mode some of the Mountain roads in Vermont Well nigh in and Many drifts have been a of Neenah failed with liabilities of Edward head clerk Lithe Ameri can Book shot himself in the now York offices of the leaving no explanation he died cents the leather belting manufacturers association at its annual meeting in new York City determined to Advance the Price of belting Twentyfive Par because of the duty placed on hides by Fannie Eagle Horn and Eliza Indian were arrested on complaint of superintendent Pratt of Tho Indian and in on the charge of a mysterious tire broke out in the girls girls started the lire with the intention of ing Down the because permission go Home had been refused to Arthur member of a Well known new Haven was arrested in that town for swindling an eng Lish artist and two Young society women of City out of Bonds and Money in glittering but bogus the George rec Tor of the Little Church around the Cor the protestant episcopal Church of the in York famous for years for its Many theatrical died at the adjoining Tho the jury at in Tho Case of Beasley against chief Justice Snow of the Tennessee supreme returned a verdict in favor of refusing to allow Beasley damages for per Sonal injuries As Secretary of agriculture Wilson made in address at Tho meeting of Tho National Grange in the Ameer of Afghanistan is quoted in in interview As denying All responsibility for the recent uprising of Tho tribes on the Frontier of British general lock Hart has announced his terms of submission i to the Fridis and Given them a weeks i Grace in which to accept general Vellieux has been appointed to inquire into the charges brought against i comte Esterhazy in connection with the i Dreyfus Case in opposition to this cuban Tariff being made autonomous has developed in Herr a wealthy citizen of has been condemned to a years imprisonment for Lese Tho offensive words Wlinich led to his arrest and conviction Wero spoken in his own House while he was one person was killed and Many Ore wounded in Tho capital City of by Tho police in suppressing a riot Between austrian Christian socialists and social advices from All Over the Argentina tto Pullo indicate that the country Una it most excellent wheat it is estimated that there will surplus of tons about bushels for great fire released from the cuban Cabanas reach new 150 warehouses burned with a loss of Melton tale of about seven acres in All or them emaciated from Long confinement and Captain la Bortle horror of Nineteen in a spa Lith de tuned to death without a new York City the five Mem Bers Crew of the alleged filibustering Schooner who were released after Nineteen months confinement la Spanish prisons in arrived in this City on the Ward line Steamer broken in health by their Long confinement and the treatment accorded them by their and Clad Only in the rags which they have worn since they were captured Over a year and a half they made a pitiable spectacle As they walked Down the gangplank of the Steamer and fell into the arms of their who had been waiting on the lock for the five Are Captain Alfredo of Kew master of the american Schooner competitor and a Citi zen of the United states William an englishman by but a naturalized citizen and mate of the competitor Owna a Kansas newspaper Man and school teacher who sailed on the competitor William Cook of the competitor and a native of this and Charles of the competitor and a British Trio other two members of the competitors Crew who Wero captured were Bedea and Delcado Massa was tried and acquitted on the charge of but was kept in prison As a witness against the latter is still in Cabana of the five men who returned Young Mel ton was in far he went away of the competitor a robust and weighing 165 he returned and he weighed just 100 pounds when he and was so weak that he could scarcely talk above a his hands and he looked to be nothing but skin and in this condition lie was sent away from with no clothing but a White flannel the trousers which he wore when he was a thin jacket and shoes and his Teeth were chattering with the cold As he stood on the deck of the sur Toga when she hauled into her i of the first men aboard the Steamer was n j who quickly stripped himself of his 1 and covered the shivering Man i with William the Cook of the com was in almost As bad j the others say that his sufferings have affected his Minrul he is a physical wreck and had no More clothing than i Captain Laborde was in Fatrie Good j although he has aged very much since he went is thirty nine years but looked fifty five As be walked Down the his and bean were Brown when he went they Are now streaked with Captain Labordo walked with the hid of a his left leg is rendered so by two of paralysis which he had while in Tho men gave Tho first connected account of the competitor Ozua told the Story a follows Tho expedition had been nearly landed on the Shore warning of the approach of the Spanish gunboat Gora was Trio competitor put to i but was a shot Over out decks showed what Fate was store for the Small boats were t hut and the seven men left on Board jumped into them and started we were one after an by boats from the after being landed we were turned Over to the our arms were tied at the elbows behind our backs and the cords drawn till our elbows and our shoulder Bailos were nearly Dis to were taken to a prison near where to were kept munic Mlo for six Days in dark there was no furniture in the neither Bod nor were fed once a we were not allowed to see the three of us Wero put in a cell six feet by where we were kept for three weeks without stepping out of it then a list of Spanish officers was handed to us from which we were ordered to select one to defend us a our trial for i we took the he came to spent just one minute in asking us it we were guilty or and we were tried without an defence beyond a Short general speech by the of Fleer for were sentenced to i we then thrown into i separate cells for another six Days then began the work of the United states government in our and in were removed to Cabanas where we have been confined i have spent Tho time in one Largo room with about forty other prisoners of All from the murderer to the the room had one Small window and one we were i never allowed to go killed while playing Little Charlie Wilson with shot by Iilo two Charles Wilson Willie both living on the Black Kock near played Willie is seven years old and Charlie was a few months in someway Willie secured an old gun and said he would to the Hunter and Charlie could be the Charlie gave a War whoop and began to preparatory to scalping the Willie levelled his gun at the make believe Redskin and pulled Tho Charlie dropped to the ground riddled with he died almost Melbourne a a great Llroy broke out at and in a Short time did enormous it started at the warehouse of Crai in the heart of the a Strong wind was and the fiercely fanned flames rapidly swallowed up building after the burned Section included Many of the largest business houses in Tho buildings were completely it is estimated that the loss will reach the Trade in soft goods has received a scrip own hundreds of employees of All sorts have been suddenly thrown out of kill a during a performance of wild beasts and their Tamer in a Village near the lion Tamer was killed by a lion and a panic ensued among Tho eight persons being crushed to death and Many others seriously fainted seeing the murderer Thomas alias Henry Tho on legged murderer of news Hoy William was hanged at William who witnessed Tho fell in faint a Tho trap was Vinace t7 fire since the great London forc of loaf started by an explosion a control after Llou Rii and a half Church badly England by had a Blaze Friday afternoon bigger and More destructive than any recorded in its annals since the historic fire that followed the great plague in streets a Quarter of a mile in length were 150 great warehouses were 300 important firms and hundreds of minor ones were burned out and damaged at a loss Esti mated at close upon seven acres were burned the vicarage of famous Church of cripple was and the Church for its associations with the poet caught fire and was saved with much difficulty by the principal damage was done to the Tho old the baptismal and Milton the warehouses gutted or Laid in ruins number fully they were with merchandise for the Christmas Trade and employed Large forces of clerks for Tho Holiday it is estimated that the number of persons thrown out work is at least this is regarded As the most serious aspect of the Many of these persons lost Al their nearly All the British fire insurance companies Are and fire insurance shares were practically unsaleable on the Stock Exchange after the fire was Well under Early 300 Telephone wire slave deep thus interrupting communication with Many of the big provincial the fire will cause an enormous Advance in the Price of Ostrich which Rose 30 per two Feather Lorms alone have lost the flames broke out just after they were fanned by a Strong wind fed by the inflammable stocks of fancy and Light were soon gain ing rapid they owed their Ori Giu to the explosion of a Gas engine at 30 Ham gel on the premises of Brown mantel the Interior Secretary bum an review Oliu of the Interior la his annual submits estimates aggregating for appropriations for the Ileal year end ing june he says thai pension claims Art awaiting and it is estimated that forty or fifty per of these will be tonally if they Are rapidly adjudicated they will swell the pension Roll from to How these claims Are adjudicated and first payments made the amount of the pension Bech Tabt of is Emob Roll will decrease possible to or theil St in considering Indian affairs the Secre tary says that in the Indian territory Ledd Iugan inns have absorbed great to the exclusion of the common and government by Ati Indian aristocracy is practically to the detriment of the from to by permission of the Indi Ion have settled sin the but Are merely tenants by to government for the Indian territory willbe says the until Congress shall provide for the establish ment of a single uniform for the entire Indian territory that will place All its inhabitants in Possession of the rights american the Secretary asks for such As will enable people to reap the Bene fit of the deposits of Asphalt and Gils onite on reservation in he recommends that the period for the allotment of lands to uncork Puhger indians be extended beyond april the time which has been Setfor opening the speedy legislation for the coming twelfth battleship this Large factory was crowded with girls when the fire broke Anil it was install Lac to obscene of a the frightened with Many Rushing to Tho roof of the building and crossing to other buildings Ami effecting their escape while the flames were pouring out of the in less than a Quarter of in hour the flames enveloped the adjoining and thence they leaped across the Street to Aji enormous which wus alight in less than ten minutes for four hours and a half the flames had their own Way and it was Only after More than a Hundred engines had wonted an hour that the chief of themire brigade sent out the signal that the lire was under con this was at that time a rough estimate placed the loss at when the Good news became generally Over 150 warehouses and Orso minor structures bad either vanished or remained Only in blackened a chaos of fallen girders and smoking piles Brick and so the great fire at Black friars a few weeks when Mill ions of dollars Worth of property was similarly destroyed through the inefficiency of Tjimis a vent has Awak ened London to the fact that it is far be Hind the and that its government in the practical work of extinguishing Jirus is a partial and May Well take a Lessan from new was slow in getting to and was a noticeable Lack of cohesion among Tho to one was but this was principally due to the fact thit the firemen have not half the go and Pluck Tho american men and prefer to work in absolute our biggest the Towa thoroughly tried by a government Jour to of a two Days trip at the United states battleship Tho first of the new seagoing battleships to be built for the dropped Anchor of torn Staten and later steamed up to the Navy Yard at where she was moored to the cob the ves Sel had just returned from a forty eight hours cruise at on her final accept Ance trial the Iowa is not Only the largest and most powerful ship about to to added to the Active list of Tho but during the trial trip proved herself to under Ordinary if not in Speed and lighting ability to any vessel of her class in any of the navies of the the trial trip was made according to agreement Between he builders of Tho ves Sel and the government officials to deter nine the condition of the Hull with its Var ious machinery boilers and besides the turrets and Thi apparatus for working and Tho electrical appliances for discharging the rifles in the larger to clean Benares Benares which is so so expensive and so much used Nowa Days is not an easy thing to clean unless one has the Knack Ami the knowl the Best cleaner a Lemon juice is to say a halved from which the juice has been pressed for cooking dipped in very Fine Bath Brick sifted Ami then rubbed that is what is used in a Good Deal of the Benarta brass in this coun try has been and in that ease a Little soap and Wontor and a Good rub with a piece of Chamois leather u the Best competitor Crew in pursuance of instructions from Spain Captai general Blanco released from Ca Bana Alfredo the and Charles bar Ona Melton and William members of the Crew of the american Schooner captured in by the Spanish gunboat Mesa Gera on a charge of they were handed Over to Tho american and British and immediately took passage on Tho Steamer Saratoga of the Ward Lino for new drowned while George and Homer aged seven teen and wore drowned while skating on big Stone one brother broke through Tho ice and the other was dragged under while trying to save germans lil in Chi Diede chs takes Possession of Liaochou considered an act of it Lori to the murder of and no Rel oct blvd ski Chou with to Carrlton once skedaddle Over the China by commanding the German Asiatic upon arriving in Kiao Chou on the Shantung whither he had been ordered for the purpose of of taming satisfaction for the recent murder of two German found three forts occupied by chinese hear ranged his ships opposite the forts and trained his runs upon then he sent an ultimatum to the chinese calling upon him to evacuate the forts in three after which he landed 600 men with six who marched toward the the chinese watched the sailors and marines for a few moments until they be came convinced that the foreign devils were advancing and Thorn the three a garrisons bolted across the1 Hills be Hind the the germans quickly occupied the positions and hoisted their which was saluted by the the chinese general and his family alone did not and it is said that they received German official chinese Here consider that j by Landing an armed Folie l Turing the has but they do not believe that the Pekic government will treat British and a Medlar warships have been ordered to Proth Leto Liaochou Uay to watch it is said that the Region a Liaf ensely Rich in min the Harbor is one of the Best on the is believed that the Ger mans intend to stay it is now asserted Tufit the murder of the two German missionaries near was not the work of As originally but was deliberately planned by i plug Hing governor of prior to his departure for of which to has been appointed Shantung is one of the largest coast provinces of and about a third of it forms a very Large Peninsula jutting out into the yellow this Peninsula gives Shantung an unusual of sea the great canal from Pekin to hang How passes through the if Germany were permitted to possess self permanently of a Harbor in could hardly make a steamers in Kin Chou Bay Are hardly More than a Days sail from the port of Pekin on the or from Shanghai on the it is True that Shantung abounds with but Little has yet been done to develop the mining census is and Lack of sufficient time j in the past two or three enumerations is the Secretary recommends Tia the pub Lic Hinds be extended to and land offices be created that Tho granting of rights of Way Tor and Telephone lines the construction of roads and trails be specifically that provision be made for the incorporation of municipalities the Legal and political status of Tho native population be and that Complete territorial government be established and representation in Congress be damages for blacklisted Kutch my was Keit out of Rusid must 1uy him Fred a blacklisted freight train Friend of and a former member of theamore can railway was awarded a verdict for damages against the Chicago and Northwestern rail to averred he was put on the blacklist of every Railroad in the a score of similar it is will to begun by Lormor who assert that every Means of gaining a livelihood taken from them after the through the powerful Vanderbilt influence when the american hallway Union Mon were called out to support Tho Pullman strike in Etc hmm gave us his All Tho strikers were when they applied to other roads they found Ali or names on a after struggling two years to obtain steady Ketcham entered suit against Tho railway company for the ease Hus been on trial for Throe and has been closely watched by railway employees and officials All Over the the main question before the jury was whether the corporation had entered into a sons piracy with other and similar corporations to prevent Ketcham ing a a Louis paper telis of wild As steer that tried to butt a locomotive cd the tracks in the suburbs of that the Story smacks of the Chestnut about the Avory of the Bull that tried to do the same and whose owner remarked that while the animal had plenty of its Lack of judgment was lord he will probably be Chin ads gov Baron according to an eng Lish Tobe the next Cral of and the Earl of Aberdeen will not to succeeded by the Duke Oil eds As was reported some time lord Ash Bourges chief qualification Foi his new is a of niacin i Ashbox Foxe which has made him popular with events most vehement of his political is now lord Chancellor for and will probably be succeeded in that of fice by Gerald at present Secretary for the bight honorable Edward Baron was born in Dublin id he entered parliament in 1875 and in 1877 was Irmo attorney general for ire he was the chief spokesman Foi the opposition from 1830 to lied Irish questions Wero under he received his title upon the of lord Salisbury to of flu in 3s85j was made Lori Chancellor of Ireland Apost Wuich he Given a second Salisbury again became Premier new Jersey gamblers defeats court Kerages to order recount on Antoum Bllou justices Van Dix Brand the new Jersey supreme denied t application for a recount of the t the ant gambling amendment to the by the which it written by Justice rear even tha unanimous sentiment of the in the opinion no View is expressed As the Power of the court to order a inc our it is that the matter of Haing a recount is not a matter private i individual but is Ona of pub and concerns Only the governer this leads to the conclusion that the Appl cants have no standing in the Opuni goes on to say that the be inf Oneo Public the legislature had a Riff to say How Tho vote should be canvass find a proclamation of the result made the Tho canvass been made and the governors Tion having been issued in Nacorda with the result of the a u now the new Orleans Picayune says that a girl in tammany Louls i has broken the record for sheep in this part of the country there Are some pretty Good records for the she Arloff of to a state Kkt Lerond chairman of the Railroad in an that attorneys of railroads la that state 1 at once 111 o a Bill attacking the cods Tittl Ftp Ltd of Tho state assessment of gently under this i valuation of Rel Roada in the creased thirty million Tai state and county Inzes about i tha railroads will also attempt to collection of this of Tho from the Naso Smunt is Burden Omo an4 legally

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