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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - October 7, 1904, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania New Bethlehem Indica Independent in established in if pm new october impost opposing1 hosts near Mukden Are drawing closer Forward movement by Oyama Rutlan soldiers of the ordered to word at Petersburg from port mishes Are frequent flight Long Between Japan Ese Advance guards and cossacks on the South front of general Kuropat Kins army reported in dispatches to the russian War office is regarded As indicative of the near approach of a general Forward movement by the forces of Field marshal it is estimated that since the Battle of Liao Yang of the guards stationed in Western Russia have been ordered to the far no word has been received As to the condition of affairs at port oct advices front far East describe a series of skirmishes on the Southern front of general Europa Toms the Only importance of which lies in the fact that the japanese Are show ing a disposition to press Forward and feel out the russian Gen eral Mistchenko cossacks in every Case drove Back the opposing the activity of the japanese out posts is doubtless intended to screen movements of their and there fore May be regarded As precursory symptoms of final preparations for an which probably will begin within a 1 a special has brought to the emperor general Kuropatkina full report of the Battle of the who submitted to an declares that the main army is concentrated at tie pass and that it is not Likely general Kuropat Kin will make a determined stand at guards ordered to the general recently appointed to the command of the Sec Ond Manchi irian will be received by emperor Nicholas Peter Hof it is understood that the Whir division of the stationed at is under orders to go to the with the second division of the guards and the Rifle Bri Gade of the guards stationed in and around will make Al together about guards who have been ordered to the far there were recurrent rumours of the fall of port but they have not the slightest japanese Lega ton has Given out a statement deny ing the in French newspapers charging that the missing French and German naval attaches at port a thur lieutenant de cd Verville and Captain von were assassinated by the japanese while leaving Portarthur on a Chi Nese the statement says that no such junk has been captured and that the most careful inquiries at Tokio and elsewhere have failed to disclose the whereabouts of the at the japanese it is Are using the utmost efforts to locate the two but unfortunately without official report at following offi Cial report has been issued the manchurian Headquarters reports by Telegraph that a body of scouts sent by our Advance detachment on of a company of infantry and a troop of attacked and routed a detachment of the enemy 60 occupying path 13 Miles North of Liao Yang and nine Miles West of the Mukden while further recon loitering in the a Force of russian Cav 230 attacked the Japan Ese after fighting for some time the japanese the enemy loss was about we sustained no the state of affairs at the front of our army re Mains the Tage blasts correspondent in the far telegraphs from Mukden that the japanese apparently Are to longer advancing but Are preparing for defensive to the morning posts correspondent at Muk chinese organized regular Are fighting Side by Eide with the japanese on their West South of plots the emperors visit to Odessa shortened by fear of current Here say that the czars recent Jour Ney through Russia was one Long race for i his Odessa was shortened for fear of the of Odessa asserted that discovered four plots to Laa authorities of the police department absolute denial of the Story published a authority of polish that an attempt was made to blow up the train on which emperor Nicholas was travelling Dur ing his recent visit to Southern girl leaps from High aged ended her life by leaping from Bridge into the Ohio a distance of 100 rights of land Oftle issues statement concern ing Homestead commissioner of the general land office has issued the following statement intended for the Protection of old soldiers contemplating settling on Public lauds Luxor nation has been received at the general find office that designing Persona Are circulating reports Indiana and perhaps else where to the effect thai old soldiers Are to enter Public in Western and rec Ivy Patent therefor residing upon or cultivating the As other persons Are required to this report is the Only favor Given to old sol Diers by the Homestead Laws which is not of Inthou to Oiler Parsons is that of being permitted to make his first filing through an agent and to have the time of his service deducted from the live years which Homestead in try Uon Are required to reside upon the this latter privilege is in cul8ertson Orr Limitone township loses one of its most influential Culbertson whose death occurred september at his Home near Green was born March his life of 84 years was spent upon the old Orr Homestead a ism which he his Samuel came from West Moreland in the year and settled upon the tract of Laud which converted into one of the Best farms in the we gather the following from the Pittsburg times of the Culbertson one of the most influential citizens of Clarion 27 011 his farm near limes he waa born March and had resided his entire life old his Samuel Cul Bertson Orr removed from hannahs Westmoreland in to the which has been the Home of the Orr wan connected with the presbyterian Church at Rehoboth and Greenville Aud served As As an elder for More than 50 he was married has first wife being miss Nancy sister of Charles ii or of Chicago and a native of West Moreland his second wife was miss Susan of a sister of of he is survived by his second wife and six children Edward prominent business Man of Daiv Alaska Margaret of Washington Aud James at Home Robert of principal of ninth Ward Joyed by All soldiers who served for school William professor 90 Days in the War of the of Tacoma Hiiro after Urey have resided upon the1 land for one the Only sol Diers who Are permitted to acquire of mathematics of the Tacoma High the Grandfather of Culbertson Orr to lands without establishing a i was Robert Tio settled at bonafide residence and having a Home thereon Are those who made entry of about he served throughout the revolutionary War on less than ice acres under the Home the Frontier under George Rodgers Stead Laws prior to june any j Ozark hews taken prisoner and held Soldier having made prior to i b tue briti8h for three years at Detroit that Date of less than Ico acres entitled to enter so much lands when added to the Ian 1 and during us is Ali Hannah Stowit was captured and burned ready make a total of Ico by the Samuel tha and making such in father of Culbertson was then but a try he receives Patent without having to reside upon the Small child and was carried away from the burning town his mothers rests at remains of senator Hoar committee to the last services Over the body of United nobody to postmaster general dead was taken ill one week ago with heart 1 thorough airbrushing should be indulged in twice a if hair be cleaned daily and the Seal the hair and head will keep clean much j if in addition to Scalp Massage we postmaster general Payne died to nest our hair a soft rubbing with the j s of our hands it will be much 3 Day evening at he gradually Sank lower and there was not the slightest he died it his apartments at the Arlington hotel and at his bedside were his and other and his Pantor and the presi Dent called at the apartment at the Arlington shortly before the Aud j to jail acids if and then Morgan to Plain interest in new Steele senator George Frisble Hoar of Morgan appeared As a were held in this the place of j witness in the suit of Oleary of his and several Hundred of the Chicago against a local broker to re senators former townsmen followed cover for loss on Northern a the body to the place of its burial in Stock in Steele sleepy hollow in the for said that on or about May 9 Morgan est Parish Church a service of held about of stocks Ture song and prayer was of the Northern he declared conducted by the the that this had been purchased because Loren j the concern wanted at no the pastor spoke no words of Eula he was there any agreement be Reading instead James Russell i tween Morgan and Hill poem on two of concerning the control of the senator hours favorite i said that Union Pacific kindly and abide with interests were Large holders and that were Sung by a at the he understood Harriman was the grave Brief services of burial were representative of those and held and the body was committed to it was also understood that the Loeb were interested in the Steele declared that there had wish Japan been no conferences Between j p Morgan and Loeb police suppress Antiwar demons Raj with respect the filing of the Price Tion at of Northern Pacific and that poles and Morgan co had no interest in the jews of this Cit demonstrated against Hollines of pc marched through carrying sleeve said so far As he know flags and banners with ha3 Boen no Elvarda med Antoniet meaning prior to a 9 of toe All Success to on May 3 he said a conference it came to a hot fight Between the i took Pia Ceto Public police and the and for a time at which k was Thal it looked As if the policemen would j Tlle Northern Pacific Board have the worst of when they were reinforced by two regiments of cos who succeeded in putting an end to the though Only after Serj eral persons on both sides had been killed and the russian papers have been instructed not to men Tion tha sculptor Bartholdi oct Auguste the sculptor of the statue of Liberty in new York died at his residence on the Rue the cause of his death was tuber cd Ana he had been bedridden since last was to be left to As near As he could recollect Harri Man and Schloff attended that con j there were others but Steele could not remember their Steele said that Morgan had also fixed a share As the Price at which shorts could this Price was fixed because it was thought to be a fair valuation of the some seasonable it May be a piece of a perilous advice to urge people at this season of the year to in a Supply of chamberlains it is almost sure to be needed before Winter a much More prompt and satisfactory results Are obtained when taken As soon As a cold a contracted and before it has become settled in the which can Only be done by keeping the remedy at this remedy is so widely known and so altogether goo that no one should hesitate about buying it in preference to any it a for Sale by Cor v better than the question has been asked what Way Are chamberlains stomach and liver tablets Superior to the Ordinary cathartic and liver pills our answer Are easier and More pleasant to take and their effect is so gentle and so agreeable that one hardly realizes that it a produced by a then they not Only move the bowels but improve the appetite and Aid the for Sale at 2o cents per bottle by t furnishes either the Pittsburg times in connection with the vindicator for Only was much the funeral services will be held at Johns Church and the funeral party will leave in a special car Friday afternoon for and the burial will be in the cemetery at the Home of the first assistant postmaster general Wayne is now acting head of the de dyes from if a pm until of Coal is subjected to iry do Stilliion and the products and residual treated Cornil Cali by the i Aud he will Issue an order processes for obtaining the closing All pos offices in the United states a portion of the Flay of the heres Fine a Wel Todo Texas far has been sentenced to 396 years in the he threatens to get even with the prosecuting wit Nesses when he gets pie cause and Jack your crust is getting pretty your excuses for not bringing Home More of your my Coal tar it will enough Magenta to color Roii Yards of Vermilion for Aurine for 120 Yards and Alizarin sufficient for 155 Yards of red How to cure Corni and soak the Corn and bunion in warm water to soften then Pun it Down As close la us possible without drawing blood and apply chamberlains pain Balm twice re Libino Viirre of Rousky for five minuets at each apply a Corn plaster should be worn a few Days to protect it from the an a Genera liniment for simians lameness Iid pain Balm is for Sale Corbitt utter to new Bethlehem Glass new j dear sirs of a j Cottonmill at he dont to sue his name in had two offers of 500 Gallons of i took the and not hed i have got three quarters skinned if hed i taken the j the was full Falon the i was is per cent the Fulli Seasun j paint was Adu termed 0 per cent the Short measure paint was adulterated 4o per besides benzine in the of Dunt j i Tiow Bow j Devoe leadnndxiik1 want sold in tin town it dont pay to Monkey wit i j Evoe costs than any of not j by the of by the and that lung to reckon Ujj by the Louis r Moore a grinder sell our Little our new fall derbies ure now Brighton and priced Aud in soft hats we Are showing the new shapes and shades in Champain Iii and Serge in Plain and fancy president Caps Tor boys and parsifal Caps for a new shape for Earl fall mens agent for Wanamaker Browns made to or Der walk overs Are always fall is Here and so Are the walk Over shoes in All the newest the latest lasts and All the Best leathers for fall and Winter if you have not Al ready purchased a pair go to the shoe Man and have your feet put into a pair of the Best shoes on the shoe the eating of fruit which is neither Green nor Over combined with 3 the drinking of plenty of pure j 3 is a thing after disagreeable tasks the hands g Wil not suffer thoroughly cleansed i wholesale and retail treated to cold Cream and soft regularity in the taking of whole some meals would do much toward Imp proving ones and complexion j i Worth of Genera merchand1 in taking inventory have set aside fully thousand dollars Worth some worn and some s damaged by goods Are ail Selling less than in 58 jacket suits c than half m a i i i i 42 ladies jacket lbs on the ital quads e t you ill in non 18 silk shirt on the 25 ladies skirts 100 pair of childrens 15 and at per 36 mens and boys of Coats at 50c on Tri Worth of mens Ari boys suits and Pant at one third off t marked hats other goods placed on s j Foley kidney cure makes kidneys wid bladder Sigil heals Longs t Strong in dolt vigor to t try when in try a who Soldi

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