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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - August 11, 1899, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
New August fro he if state hawkins1body to be placed in Tow Lutu he kept in a vault Mcnuer until the Public expected to Roach plot spurs Ogden of governor gages formerly a Pitts Burg newspaper Man of formerly of whose is Captain in the tenth colonel Henry fran of the Pittsburg a member of governor stones and Jumes Camp Bell of the Philadelphia has tily embarked and were alongside the extending a warm greeting to their fellow pennsylvanians and Wel coming the Brave lads Back to their native ont of respect to the dead regimental there was Little cheering or it stated at that colonel Hawkins body would lie in state in Washington and Jefferson College of it will be kept in a i other noisy the men vault under guard inight and Day for three until the return of the tenth when there will to a military the entire first Pennsylvania a Ripide will ordered quietly expressed their Delight at the first glimpse of the Golden Lako the Oregon and Nebraska the Pennsylvania prior to sailing from voted in favor of being mustered out in san t i lieutenant colonel who is on monday general Longstreet nov in command of the in the con so of an said the boys Are All of to viewed the tenth Pennsylvania and Nebraska i after the masonic services i bet Back Home but their Joy is at Ssan the body of colonel Todar the escort of lain lieutenant Sheri Iff Clawson of Greensburg Aud j Cramer of Juniata was started for it May reach Pittsburg j it has been decided that the tenth i regiment will return to Pittsburg Over the same route that the escort commit tee came via j Omaha and i chairman Muehlbronner Hus received i a letter from stating that j no change in the route could be made if j the rates decided upon Conse Quenila Tho request of company b to j return Viii Salt Lake City and Denver i will have to be j it is possible that the invitation from h the exposition society and the Peun syly a embarked he Sank steadily and his Yania society of Omaha for the regi ment to Stop there fora Mil be the escort committee is now engaged in making commissary j As hot Are to be served the Meu i in is intended to leave Here on the same Day As the Muster i which has been fixed for chaplain Hunter being Enro Ute Home tinged with sadness on account of the death of colonel the colonel was a most kind and considerate who took a keen individual interest in his men and it is Little wonder that they feel his loss a personal colonel Hawkins was a sick Man at the beginning of the Campaign which ended in the capture of the regimental surgeon had advised him to retire for rest Aud medical but the colonel peremptorily declaring that he would go wherever his men when Tho final Volley was fired at Colouos Hawkins was right in front of Tho firing urging Hia men Onward and encouraging them with his exhibition of personal after that decisive Battle the colonels illness a beef us of bravely declared his innocence when tenth reception death at sea was not tenth regiment on Lahd san with the remains of colonel there were no services in the tenths Camp but Many of the boys at tended services at the Camp of the Sec Ond next door to the where Charles Edward Locke Locke was formerly pastor at Brimstone in Pitts and went from there to Jar thud through the streets of to the Model Camp for the reception accorded the soldiers from the Keystone on the March to the Presidio was similar to thut riven the Nebraska and Utah boys who had preceded thousands upon thousands of people lined the streets through which the boys were to the usual med Ley of steam cannons and fire drans taws All Olaf is at highest tin approved posit payable onetime or express would be pleased Irith open Cju done in to Dhu Amoc there he was chaplain of1 works accompanied them All through the Secona out he later came i for to san where lie Hus a Large san Ciobot containing Tho remains of colonel hink j taken ashore yesterday Ceres p t d flags wave Cost anti As the the business Section of the lower Market Street was packed with people and As the Pii Rade swung into that j thorough flare a went up jew i of Good or coat a Moriea Betit Lilg colonel the senator sailed from Manila on july with 38 officers Aud 721 enlisted the transport was at Nagasaki on july when colonel Hawkins was taken ill with cancer of the from which he had been a Sutterer during the greater part of us Campaign in Tho and for which he had undergone treatment in the military hos Pital Ai his illness continued during the following july when the senator was at and two Days later he passed away at colonel Hawkins illness dated from the Battle of when he exposed himself almost recklessly in the Dis ease Breeding he was respected and loved by every Mau of his is death is deeply mourned by the his body was placed in a hermetically sealed and on the sunday following his death impressive funeral services were con ducted by the chaplain of the All of his men being in the remains were placed in the Stern of the vessel and Lay in attended Day and Naglit by a guard of Honor Dur ing the remainder of the after the death of colonel the command of Tho regiment was vested in lieutenant colonel like the dead is popu Lar among the enlisted and made a Good record in the of the 759 officers and men whom colonel Barnett brought to Sau fran three Are privates Iii the sixth a soldiers marched Between the lines of spectators and it seemed us if every piece of Bunting Aud every Flag in the City had been the examining officer very Hanh to Tho but he yield up a rattly knew to thing of Tho Maui our lorder eau in audient Capi Tal of Brittany was never less never More than on the Mern doable Day of the opening of the Drey fus it was expected that the Dreyfu unites and would shun each other and put no at different but they have tacitly agreed to sink their differences in each others Corn colonel Jou Aust in a stentorian voice declared the trial begun and ordered the accused to to brought All eyes were turned upon fresh complexion astonished Oll the figure remains clean he entered with measured his Mode of saluting the court was Jerky and very but his fingers betrayed his voice is not but it was out of practice for five maitres Labordiz and Demange appeared As counsel for the prisoner and i major Carriere for the Back of the stage Hung a Bei fore which the witnesses take the j the official list of the members of the i court martial is As follows colonel director i in the Engineer i lieutenant colonel director of school of major de Breen of the seventh regi ment of major prof Tuet of the tenth regiment major Merle of the seventh regiment of Captain parfait of tha seventh regi ment of Captain Beauvais of the seventh regi ment of after Jouanet was seated he Gas the order to bring in the the door opened and Captain Alfred Drey preceded and followed by a Gen emerged into the his features were deathly Pale and his Teeth were set with a determined but not defiant he walked with almost an elastic and ascended the three Steps leading to the platform in front of the there he Drew himself up brought his right hand sharply to the Peak of Hia or military giving the Mili tary showing that years of incarceration of devils Island and Terri ble anguish of body and mind has not impaired Hia soldierly instinct and the prisoner then removed his Kepi and took the seat placed for facing his just in front of his counsels table and with his Back to the behind him sat a Gen Darme holding a sheathed Saber in his apparently with Al most immovable features and seemingly almost without stirring hand or to continue prepare Sam of Money All the Money needed for the transportation and reception of the tenth Pennsylvania regiment has been members of the executive committee in this Vicinity met in the mayors pri1 vate the object of the meeting j was to get the views of the different members o the committee As to How far they would go with relation to the As colonel Hawkins i death was liable to make necessary borne director Bigelow was one of the speakers at the he said that colonel Hawkins was beloved by All and that he should have a funeral that would be in keeping with his record As a to that the funeral would be in Washington and not in this and that it was More than Likely that the remains would not even be brought to this to said the funeral was an entirely different matter from the and that As it was the desire of the dead colonel that the buys should March Down fifth i Avenue in this City he thought it was Nebraska fighting regiment the record of the first Nebraska la a philippine Campaign is an extraordinary when the regi ment sailed for Manila it was after months fighting Lui lets Aud fever had a Large number had barely 400 men we left on the Urfrig Mau done for the been Kiki in kinks the rest were in the ims Jials the Home Are expected Ami the people of the state Are in Jiardini to rive the volunteers a the Omaha exp will set aside a Zhuli Usk during which tie re turned heroes will be feted and fond your to after using to be the most 2 for Bowel that never fatal Load up s you grease the was with m Asia f j Fiat Reaa avg Pis on As 1 i Uxmal Btl Sitio City had been brought into i scarcely even moving his from hotel windows and business during the whole course of the pro houses streamers of Bunting were thrown to the Breeze and in some places strings of Twy Bells had been suspended from windows to add to the three heavy one Light Bat Tery and Tho regimental band of the third artillery came first in the followed by the Nebraska and then came the led by lieutenant colonel a Louel Barretts draped in crepe out of respect to the memory of colonel Haw commander of Tho who died at sea Enrooth caused a hush to fall on the the were a sturdy lot and presented even a better appear from a health than did the Nebraska boys and Thoss from but they ascribe this to the tonic effects of thu sea air on the voyage and to the fact that they were off the fight ing line for some time before departing from the they were attired in Blue uniforms and curried their blankets and rifles and their spick and Spau appearance warranted great Tho soldiers accepted the attentions showered upon them plodding along with even step and Only occasionally looking to the right or the expressions of gratification which their sunburned faces bore and an occasional cheer were the Only signs they permitted them selves to show that they appreciated the demonstrations of a grateful the pundits of an admiring people could not dissipate the discipline of a and Oce is a member j years Venice in Uncle Sams of the Nebraska regiment who was left behind at Yokohama when his ious sailed for this port on the a dozen stowaways were also j concealed in the hold and were soon j brought to Light after the senator left j the senator had Good trip from with the exception of the sad illness and death of the regimental com Mander there was no sickness barring few casts of seasickness and half a dozen cases of at bight of All the invalids were Able to leave the bunks and line up on the main deck except one poor fellow who has developed symptoms of appendicitis and who will be operated upon in Hospital when the tenth Pennsylvania left for the Philippines last year the Muster 850 Twenty four were killed in Battle or died in the Manila and the rest of the sick and to the number of Are on she Hospital ship which will probably arrive Here within the next few the quarantine officer boarded the sen careful inspection passed i raw transport had off the Fofi som was decided that not be landed total Aud the loss of their commander Hung heavily upon the attic Flag of the shot riddled and almost a wreck of its former excited More Admira Tion Tau did anything As soon As the color bearer came into carrying the Dingy and frayed piece of a if than any which had been Given the rang out Aud reverberated along the throngs who had gathered to Welcome the sol tiie ambulances of the Pennsylva nisus brought no the rear of the regi bearing the sick and following the came Battery c of the third artillery from the the Parade was reviewed in Van Ness Avenue by general and in the reviewing stand with him was the com Mittee of pennsylvanians who had come from the Keystone state to extend a Welcome to their returned As the troops passed the reviewing stand they could not suppress a and it was returned by those in the waving handkerchiefs and arrival at the Presidio the work of going into Camp was taken a witha and Early in the afternoon the boys were comfortably Here they will remain for Gereral until mustered when they i be taken Homes the whole course of the pro except when he entered and left the after the formal which occupied a couple of colonel Jou Aust began the examination of Drey fus respecting the famous and what Dreyfus did with or could have known of its when wearing Rose from his seat for he stood holding Hia Kepi in his before he looked colonel Jou Aust straight in the face during Tho whole colonel Jon Aust began by saying it results from the documents just read that you Are accused of having brought about machinations or held relations with a foreign or one or More of its in order to procure it Means by delivering it indicated in the incriminating to commit hostilities or undertake War against i you that Yon we be allowed to state during course of these proceedings anything that appears to you useful for your Dreyfus replied with a vehement declaration of his repeating Sev eral times i am innocent in a voice which quivered with the agonized manner in which he uttered his protestations of innocence had a most painful and must have evoked the sympathy even of his most i Votor ate colonel Jou Aust submitted Dreyfus to a rigorous More in the style of a prosecuting counsel than a and made gestures of impatience at some direct denials which Dreyfus gave repeatedly to the judges the prisoners voice resounded frequently through the courtroom As he energetically replied my Colo or to questions put to after the court had decided not to adjourn on account of the absence cer Tain the clerk of the court was ordered to read domes Ohe Villes Bill of indictment of which he did in a loud Dreyfus mean listening unmoved As the old charges against him were colonel Jon Aust then handed the prisoner a Long slip of non which the Bor Dereau was pasted do you recognize this document Dreyfus then with a passionate outburst my i Ani in i declare it hero As i declared it in am a victim1 his Oise Here was choked sobs which must have stirred every Spectator in the voice of the prisoner did not seem it resembled she cry of a wounded As he ended his re with the five Yearsin the sly my my i am innocent innocent colonel Jouanet then Yon deny it Dreyfus replied yes my colonel Jou Aust then read the Bor and afterwards a Kea Gaui Aio Dreyfus a series of questions regarding the documents it contained Cap Only just Aud proper that his wishes in this respect should to carried he said that it would be a Mouth before the soldiers would get to this and Llie or Klu nmn ant of the crack regi that As they were All heroes they were Mem wl1 such n reception entitled to a tit Gallant deeds to its credit War Bigelow remarks met with j approval of the other members of Cluj Isom i lie first gun of the filipino re and it was decided to go on j Volt the Nebraska troops herein the slut Nebraska Volunteer that there was no question that the Rei the Ceu Tiou should be gone on As Tini nebraskans marched triumphantly boys in the regiment expected Uncle j Severn a towns at the head of tie that it would be a great pleasure to their i american forces nebraskans pre Cpl friends and he said that a j tatty the flight of the filipinos before committee of resolutions should be apr driving Aguinaldo and Bis and on motion of one of j Collinet to san and 10 appointed this committee to draw no resolutions to be presented farther North at the meeting of the general commit Tow Kaus Van of the famous today colonel George Battle at and Nebraska us Ere on the firing line in the Skir hitch1 mishes which followed the wily plea colonel j for a truce by tie late general it May be remarked in passing that the Nebraska volunteers May have found inspiration in tie fact that the regiment took the name of that other regiment which was enlisted during the sixties and fought to bravely at Shiloh Over 30 years along with the memory of the first and Erst among its martyrs will Al j i wholesale and retail Samuel Moody and mayor tee Pees dents tribute Han who had k Ullh Fin president went for a Long walk toward the accompanied by Rixey Mckinley health continued u she went driving twice wit the 51isi the presi dents who has been confined to her room with a Colin for four re the president Sain that he had heard with great regret of thu death of col Onel Wii Osu gallantry in Philippines was so marked a to com Mand special mention by his in period the president expressed Dee sympathy with thu family of Colone Hawkins Aud with thu men of the regi Mentho so conspicuously commanded the Deer Hunting season will open one week from next and presi Dent Mckinley will have an Opportunity of enjoying a some of the finest Hunting grounds in the Adiron Dacks Are within a few hours the president had a Call from Richardson of West an old Farmer 7d years who walked All the Way from his Homo to the a Dis Tance of to shake hands with the president of the United Mckinley greeted him warmly and talked with him several tiie others who called on the gains for information said to have a Virea out Taegue Astasof Jozic saws be of a promo Cairo Spain at but to yens gave president was governor Smith of who came Over of a Steim Appeal of Aguinaldo appealed to the Powers for recognition of Fili Pius Independence in a document dated from july and signed by it was received by All tie foreign consuls in with the request that they Forward to their respective nod saw Atlantic governor Stone and attorney general Elkin arrived Here and held a Long conference with senator there was an exo dus of Pennsylvania politicians from this before leaving Many of them confirmed the statement that senator Quay had agreed upon Buenten ant co Onel Barnett for state Hay Brown for Justice of the supreme court and Josiah Adams for judge of the Superior Cut try left iter troops d and third left fort for Seattle Erronte to five other troops of the third from fort Ethan Allen will join the com Mand at the mounts of the cavalrymen company them in specially arranged Stock no Dea Faa or new Farer advices to the surgeon general of the Marine Hospital Sarics state that there have been no naw cases of yellow fever at Hampton or Points in that Vicinity and no deaths from that Freedom and Freedom is living i Accord with the holiness and 3ova to move in the realm of truth Means a Teller tool Liberty Isno Tanenb loss intangible and it is a Sweet the soul May know it As tha Violet knows Ibe breath of Fiat for mid goo assent or Congo Navy truth Piatt it Ca acct do Tot Tats alerts Al Boja Sithes Sie of lace major Wallace ways stand tie name of colonel John no More pathetic incident at the filipino War can be re called than the death of that Brave officer while leading his regiment in a Al Torous Clargo a Short distance cast of Malolos on april Stotsenberg had just returned from a visit to his wife and daughter at a one battalion of the regiment had been sent to the Relief of a detachment of the fourth cavalry which had been but major Milford found the enemy too the colonel waved his sword and Rode at the head of the two remaining battalions on to the a Bullet pierced Bis and the Gallant officer fell life less from his while his Yelling like charged on to the two companies which have most distinguished themselves Are l of Omaha Aud d of Captain of company the Thurston is Wallace son of the collector of the port of Cadet who has been prominent in Nebraska for Taylor has recently been promoted to the rank of major for Gal it was in the Advance on Malolos that Buck Taylor outdid All his former which have not been his the thurs ton was detailed to take Trench held by 100 whose were picking off our men in a tantalizing the rifles numbered about 40 at that and they Tore away after Taylor like a lot of they were on the and still the insurgents stuck to their with guns for a hand to hand Battle Buck and his younger sergeant Herbert fought Side by each club Jing his when the fight was 70 dead filipinos Lay around the and nine of of therl Fles were some dying Taylor shot through the he was taken to Arr where the surgeons fixed aim so Tliatha week roster a s killed in the regiment were Geigk and almost the eat i ties stoves meat largest Strosc and an when we new Bethlehem we our Hopes Tia Veleen More for which Are truly thankful to 01 and we shall use every Endeavor to continuation of the patronage so libel ally Wei know to your attention the Large and varied Stock of of which we Are Selling at the overbid our store is Well stocked an Day we Are Able to compete i priciest Aai goods with and you Are invited to Well treat you m Affifi
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