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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - August 4, 1899, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Law is on thais Independent in established in new August Wood us ki4jto9 or night a banking drafts United states Miall Bonds bought at highest on App Ved be mde Opaitz payable on time Lyle malls or express would be pleased open done in the near Shu Mafut and sat Afao Martin hotel f Good John 4lftbenela the cause of he and to be Pennsyl of the Penn of Iva la Reg Lieut j died in Only of Board of the Enro Ute to Cluj Wii ii from death of Noreil two Days after Tuo transport from cancer of talc j Only Way to remedy Cleveland Sale Boycott i severely at in the fact that big crowds were upon the there were no outbreaks of and apparently very Little at Tention was paid to the big Consoli dated which ran on All lines on schedule of the South Side Aud out Broadway to Newburg the cars were run practically Bat tha East Side especially Thosa run Ning to the were Well Patron though they carried fewer Passen Bowel was the Carum of the re Gers by far than i Alt were embalmed on Board the ship Here for shipment to Peru the ship bearing the regl ment Ham bringing the a Swift Kace to the coast adjutant general speaking of the fear of to ride on the cars am sections of the City at Pennsylvania committee trying to beat the transport to slow raising of North journey of the tenth Pennsylvania escort committee Duronte to Sau fran Cisco has been made through to this Point under the most auspicious circumstances and of schedule the escort committees race to reach the coast before the senator grows More exciting and the transcontinental trip is being made in almost record colonel breaking a Mil of 82 Miles was made in 92 a Speed of 45 to 50 per hour in maintained con monday was the anniversary of the Battle and the committee celebrated the chairman Muehl Brouner ont Obertson of now whose major Harry 0 led Tho regi ment in the which drove Back the Spanish made the principal other addresses were made and patriotic toasts were the Only woman on Board is John Insley of who is Mak ing a trip of Miles to take Home a private William Insley of company c was a student at the Hahne Mann medical when the War to wanted to but his parents so he dropped his medical studies and went to greens Borg to enlist in the the physical examination threw him As is height and weight were not in requisite but he and another rejected Man to so his Mother Hearda there drank All the water they could just before the state of affairs is Likely to continue for several weeks or months unless a settlement is the Only Way to put a Stop to it is to declare mar tial that will require or soldiers and every Street will be everybody will be required to remain in doors after a certain and All who Are out after that time with out a permit will be but mar tial Law would pot an end to the trouble the Only exciting incident on the South Side was the Holdup of a Ioe Cream Wagon by a crowd of who took from it a four gallon Freezer full of they offered Money for the but the Driver refused to accept business agent Pratt of the Union of the big consolidated strikers issued a statement in reply to the intimation that there was a breach Between the strikers and the employees of the Little the latter have organized a separate Union and have decided not to take part in a smoothy he accused certain of the Little Consoli dated employees of trying to head off a strike of those and he intimates that it is unwise to Divide the funds and energies of the two apparently the strikers have the sympathy and Active cooperation of Al the labor organizations in Tho City and not Only Are merchants being punished forr Diug on the Tabooed but they Are warned against Selling goods to other people who do on the threat of losing the Trade of Union in stances Are Given in which druggists have refused to sell Medicine to people who were accused of patronizing the big Aud physicians have been boycotted for Riding on the cars while going to see their the Boycott is most severe on the Sudul dealers who do business on that Are populated largely by Union men and their a number of these merchants have published advertisements offering rewards ranging from to for reliable evidence that they or any of their clerks or rela Tives have rid Dou on the cars since the strike Aud a number of communications have been sent to the papers by butchers and others protesting their innocence of the charge of having patronized the Railroad the Boycott of the troops aroused the ire of adjutant general who ply at Adverse winds and Worms May also add to the Al the Pittsburg committee reaches san mates 61 with the people of the opinion was expressed that the i nearby towns other than Phoebus had j throng the Gwen b reported the appearance of infection or suspicions the people for Miles around the Home were very much but no restrictions had been placed on the departure of the Sev eral Hundred visitors at old Point com but Pett swill exercise careful supervision of those who May so a to avoid danger of their communicating the this will apply also to Appy Aso o the soldiers stationed on the government reservation most of whom hat proceed to Battery been ordered to was dins official report of his examination of existing conditions at the soldiers Home reached was dated monday and notes the fact that the doctor has seen All the cases of suspected diseases at Tho he sums no the history of the contagion a follows Early in july an old entered the Home for a shortest soon Aften Vard appeared at the Shere he informed the in charge Chat he Sereno Virom san via a transport to Anc them thence he started for Mefy via san beat his Way to the Home on a freight train and entered with his he complained of dumb chills and fever Vii prescribed he mingled freely with the inmates of the Aud a Short ago Digap from this As a possible cause the outbreak is As follows preceding Fri the 27th there had been noticed nothing of a suspicious the death rate was Bat 011 the 21st and 22d there became ill Dar ing the with Sharp or less a High some eight or ten the first re Guantt of Philadelphia expect to participate in the reception the tenth regiment Aud its officers Are busily engaged endeavouring to arrange for the trip of the colonel commander of the regi is now on and is out of the this leaves lieutenant colonel Good in and he said in Philadel phia on Friday that he thought that administrator from a disinter ested Power stated that no Gater ment under tripartite Atiee Mollt Call Ever Kut roly homed Kilt Long of at Sau the Call published the report of the tripartite commission Send to it said in part we 1mvo the Honor to submit Here iss Stoi with to the of our three attend the representatives Che enclosed draft of a from the Veteran corps and regiment Ami amended version of the will be act of Lii preparing there Modi Itea Tiunis Ami amendments our method had been to consider first what Are the evils which caused the recent troubles in and the general conditions of Thi which Are the most Likely to remove or minimize thuse the chief evils May 111 our Opin grouped under four Heads which appear to inevitably at Tenil the election or u Kinsiu Samoa and his efforts to exert his which Are due to the rivalry of Fortuen nationalities Between themselves ii to Iligir disposition to take Wyldes in the regiment would be Able to participate in the reception of the death of Ina Ersoll noted attorney a victim of heart Brief sketch or july funeral exercises Over the Tody of the late Rob Ert Ingersoll were held at the Ingersoll summer Home at Dobbs this John Chirk who was for sent the Vine upward nature in essentially demo satiated this divine Nati life to a greater degree than o Minot new York no risk chamberlains Rhea fund your Money if you Are after using it it is everywhere admitted to be the Masi since Esbel Rem for Bowel complaints and the that never it is Many years a close personal Friend of Nuiver and thus increase the import ii Ernei of the dispute which colonel read the Eulogy delivered by Colone Ingersoll upon his brother kid path also read my the last poem written by colonel and afterwards made a Brief major Smith of Dobbs i warm Friend of the great ont Tor and read other selections fun men of unusually Good these noted As had occasioned no alarm until about when a death of the Man becoming distinctly yellow some time prior to on or about the Saine Day another one died having attracted particular at Tention he also turned yellow autopsies were held of both by the Resi Dent it was then or a Little later that the Telegram was sent Yon asking for an i found there was inmates and that 25 had been taken ill since the 21st third class of evils hav their origin in to fact that for Many there to no Law or government in Samuy Thor Linn native a Tom of tilde the murder and other str Ous crimes have remained unpunished a Persona o and the Iiri int court and the nominal government at Muu Imu been equally powerless to in hew ovum Jinni i Deen a funny in Ingersoll i in any july insufficient t punish people who interfere with the he threatened to invoke the Aid of the a number of ministers preached on the strike last at the first methodist episcopal Rev Louis Albert Banks took occasion to denounce the violence that Hau taken place and condemned the proposed boy Cott As highwaymen hews loudly applauded by the Large Cou Grega Tiou some of the people clap physical examination Aud were Aci their hands and others pounding Young Insley has been Aud i on the floor with when the a his Mother feared he would not come Kate spa Agtie daughter of Salmon Chase expired in tier Kate Chase wife of a former governor of Rhode Island and the daughter of the late Salmon governor of United states senator and chief Justice of the United states supreme died at her Edge in Washington she was 69 years for about three months she had been suffering with a complication of liver and kidney Trou but had consented to medical treatment Only ten Days she grew steadily worse until the end at the bedside were her three Daugh miss Kittie who lived declared than there is a state with her of Narragansett and Don Aldson of the funeral arrangements have not been but the Ramins probably will be interred at her fathers old Home unless she went after july tenth Cort committee left sunday morning Over the Panhandle to Welcome the i tenth regiment when it arrives at Sau i senator Charles Muesli Brouner headed the i the delegation occupied the Pullman j car which was decorated with Long streamers bearing the i scrip the Pennsylvania escort to the i tenth Pennsylvania Voluz in the party were colonel Reid Connellsville Pitts Burg Joshua Greene county George Paterson Juniata county John Lus Grapeville canons Burg Monongahela Brighton mayor Greensberg Lucien claw greens Borg Captain Lloyd John private Arthur com Pany pleasant private John company Wayne Borg news paper and Samuel Myers of the Union Pacific Railroad Charles Traver of the Chicago and and Raymond Jones of the Pennsylva Nia company also accompanied the the escort committee held a final meeting saturday night to arrange the details of Tho the first Case of private John Bush was discussed and it was decided to take him with Tho committee by personal contribution of Plause had subsided a aged member of the he Orch went Forward and delivered a Short endorsing what the minister had he then called upon All who endorsed the sentiment expressed to and the whole Congre gation stood no and remained standing for some peace conference utahn also on Tho port sooner Almu one Dolfl at sail the untimely arrival of the United states transport having on Board the regiment and two batteries of the Utich completely destroyed All the arrangements which bad been made fora Royal reception Ana an enthusiastic Welcome to the fighting volunteers returning crowned Witler their Only okie Man died on the Hancock after she left he was private Richard Ralph of Battery Utah a and he died of typhoid at i dont think Yon will see any of us returning to Manila very said colonel in response to a ques he further said in part just one Man Bone Iceland Olga at the the International peace conference met for its Fiul siting when it was announced 10 states had signed the arbitration con 15 the other two 17 the declaration prohibiting the throw ing of projectiles or explosives from i stakes of Moses 16the declaration prohibiting the use of asphyxiating gases and 15 the declaration prohibiting the of i expansive shortly before he was stricken his wife offered to have his luncheon sent no to him to his room so that he Ivou not have to walk Down stairs to Ali dining room he laughingly r plied that while he did not feel quite As Young As he used he guessed Lio a not yet an invalid and he would Down with the As he finished speaking Aud was about to Rise he fell Back into his chair a physician was immediately sum but when he reached the House to found that Ingersoll had almost the Viliy Sickau Dii not give the cause of but the family believe it wus ii to apoplexy Ingersoll wife and two Daugh ters were with him when he Robert Ingersoll was bom in ores his fathom was a congregational Dur Gyman of sue Liberal views thut he was persecuted of and in his Early life Robert g Ingersoll imbibed a intense hatred o calvinism which with his growth and finally Madu him aggressive opponent of All Gem rally received form of by the removal of his family to Tho West Luj Jerrolls boyhood was spen partly in Wisconsin and partly in til he studied Law and in partner ship with his brother began its practice in in 186 he went to live at and there Laid the foundation of a lucrative in Isles he became Captain of the eleventh Illinois and after the War was Over he began to be heard of Astin orator and Campaign in 18ig Ingersoll proposed the name of Jennies blame in the National re publican convention in a speech so Elo quent that his own hitherto some what extended to All parts of the As lawyer Ingersoll had been connected with the most famous Modem he defended Star Home Case and was associated with others of National the Best known of Ingersoll lec Tures Are to be found in Book they Are the ghosts and some Lor the he was very and in order and Square be support of the the Pope a which waa promised Coop recalled the fact that he had Many times performed the function i if arbitrator and assured her majesty in spite of his present abnormal Posi the Pope would continue to seek the advancement of Baron de stall delivered the Farewell thanking the representatives of foreign he said the work a while not to Complete a might be was Wise and revolutionary pensioner new one of the 16 daughters of revolution Ary soldiers on the Pepion died at aged is was robbed of All of his effects in a san he will make an Effort to find some Trace of Nis tenth Ned was increased making it Over mkinl6y president to oct Holic summer when Bis wife at hotel Clinton coun Mckoley Tud sunday Asho had intended but instead remained at the hotel with Sanday to engage in our death Roll in the Philippines from gunshot accidents and disease is a including the tick and who Are we dropped All told 204 of the Han cock Are More than 100 wounded sol the yellow epidemic at from that and ten oct nored in tace 9aldlen born Aew part tents 60rbin said they might reach Frisco sunday or soon Al rat of Philadelphia May Ati Tad the reception it plots bar if from the Yete Rao item Vincnt May be july adjutant general Corbin was seen and asked if he could state just when the transport with the Pennsylvania Royten Teers on should reach san Oprah Cisco on its trip from after examining same he replied a put that is a hard question to a the transports Malfa the trip Between these Points in30 but a expected matter sometimes delay we Sadie tenth Pennsylvania 4o Manila it made that non and it req i month an thase tier Goa Kopd should within so speedily f you i promised my Mother that my wife should be a Good and a Domestic can you Cook i she swallowing a great Lump in her can you make Good bread that is the fundamental principle of All i went into a bakery and Learned How to make All kinds of she under her and can you do your own dress making am comparatively a Pooi and dressmakers Bills would soon bankrupt she i can make everything i especially pattern you Are a he with in come my arms Walt a theres no she coldly its my turn to ask a few can you saw Wood and carry in coals my i should have that can you make your and other wearing apparel but that int to the can you build a dig weave carpets i am not a neither am l it has the most of my life to acquire the education and accomplishments that attracted you to As soon As i Jive Laa Raed forc Nunt of the customs regulations has allowed to scr i Ploua to numbers it army a native population rent by p a tical factions and ready to Bot i one tin other and to meet the first of these have temporarily abolished the kegs ii and recommend that it to Persia youth abolish the action we Lifavi taken in the matter does not appear to have aroused any hostile among the in the place of the w propose to create a system of native government analogous to that which works successfully in the Island will lie divided into certain administrative districts corresponding Asne url As possible with those recognized by samoan for cab of which e chief will be and these chiefs will meet annually at a place in a native Council to discuss such matter As interest and make mendacious to the administrator Audi j native courts vill be allowed to punish minor crimes according in native Laws and and every provision has been made to secure to the samoan population Complete Independence Aud we that the Aune which produced rival will Louy j continue to produce rival chiefs will claim the Post provincial government and create continued Dis perhaps the evils which it id least easy to cure Jire the second Thost which arise from the rivalry and Mutual hostility of the different natio Ali this hostility permeates All departments of from the very commencement of the late contest for the kingship it was no More than native quarrel Between Mataafa and on the one Side were ranged one nationality and the of and on Tho other bide two nationalities with their and the con test was prolonged and not allowed to reach its natural we do not think it will Ever be pos sible to do away with this state of things under a tripartite adm Nistra and we take this Opportunity of recording our opinion that the Only Nat ural Aud Normal plan government for these islands and the Only system which can assure permanent Prosperity and Tranquility is a government by one the commission expressed the Oai Niou that their plan cannot remedy this but will tend to improve we propose to of Unity and Ern ment by t who to chosen from some disinterested he will be assisted by a coun cil of delegates from Tho three govern who might exercise such con Nilar functions As arc necessary in to propose to give this administrator Large measure of author if exercised by a just and capable should enable him to put an end to Many we propose that the administrator my three delegates should form a legis Active Council and we have introduced nto the act several clauses giving them Power to modify a rioting to Hope to create a greater Larmony among the White residents by abolishing consular the third class of evils arises from he lawlessness now prevailing in Samoa outside the for Nany years there has been no Law in Good Nofe Cream Best Market hew an when we came to new Bethlehem we our Hopes have been More for which we Are truly thankful to o and we shall use every Endeavor continuation of the patronage so i ally wish now to your attention to the Large y i varied Stock of vhf iese and native institutions permitted chiefs to commit crimes with theft and Oiler offences were left unpunished and Trade owing to the difficulty of of ording planters adequate Legal protect in their dealings with the a orig we Hope to improve this state of Kings by giving the chief Justice an in urged jurisdiction Over All these o As to include All cases Between a Ives and As Well As the of crimes committed by natives against each we have Felt it our duty As soon As Laa Raea an we Nave Felt it our duty professions you speak of i will f to Deal somewhat severely with the in my a and she Artno and Tho disconsolate Yang Man want to the Dearest Cigar store end a with which it j it mum Oval car to Tiu Lill por tation of arms and ammunition into we therefore feel it essential that customs regulations should begging Eutzly enforced under the supervision of the base Terr of the of which Are very our store is Well stocked a we Are Able to compete in is goods and solicit he Public f you invited to Call g Well treat you

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