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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - July 14, 1899, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Riik time Liberty Art c of main Day or a and Wood ral tended Day or a Patron sgt Independent in established in new asst j time general banking j of the United states coupons and All b bought at highest Ned on approved is d Monde Ops payable or on time Hii Innelli mails or would be pleased with open line Dout in the part Ora Isth Elalat style and Satis fac a car Themi Ortli hold building of a number of Good and e for come Fairmount Bank and Esa balms to loan w experience new officers received appoint men from the several Pennal Valdaus in the list also some from Ohio an West Virginia colonels of the Bugl meats balled in the july president announced sonata appointments the Volunteer the former service of each officer being some of those named were to be majors David fourth Penn Sylvania John Biddle second Pennsyl to be Captain Charles Sec Ond Charles first Ohio the president announced additional appointments to the Volunteer among them the following Howard formerly second West Virginia Volunteer to be to be first lieutenants Zau formerly first West Virginia Volunteer Granville formerly Pennsylvania the president confirmed and commissioned the officers recommended by general Oti for the thirty sixth and thirty seventh Volunteer regiments now being organized m the the colonel of the thirty Smith regiment is Franklin Bell Captain seventh Cav Alry and major assistant adjutant Gen eral of the colonel of the thirty seventh regiment is Robert lieu tenant first the rest of the except some of the second lieutenants to be appointed in this Are either Volunteer or regular army some of whom served with none of the officers Are from the tenth Penn colonel Wallace is a Captain in the regular he was severely wounded while fighting with the Montana regi ment Wuthe colonel Bell had been appointed lieutenant of one of the Volunteer regiments in this july s has been raining and storming almost constantly for two Days and the country along the american South and bylines is liter ally the soldiers Are suffering great the thirteenth in Fantry at is in the worst being practically sur rounded by the Bridges that were used for supplies have been washed away som of the companies separated by streams six feet in Many cases themen Are sleeping with three feet of water be Neath their which Are elevated on Cracker the company when preparing the stand knee deep in some of the roads leading to Pasay Are simply and the Rice Fields on All sides Are one great a High wind blew overseer artents of the second Reserve Manila Bay is impossible of navigation by either launches or canoes and no ves Sels Are leaving the the United states transport Centen Nial is ready to sail for son Francisco with discharged but the latter have to sit around the water front All drenched to the waiting for a launch to take them to the the River Pam and Alt the other streams Ore and the City streets at Low Points Are covered with july via july filipinos in Jeri nil have been the medium of communication be tween the american authorities and the military leaders of the insurrection in Cavite which for some rime promised to result in bringing Over a prominent general and several Hundred of his followers with if the negotiations had succeeded the outcome would have had a great for other defections doubtless would have were the generals name Given it might in his to a Fate similar to that which has befallen other filipinos suspected of friendliness to the he had foreseen the failure of the insurrection and advised Aguinaldo to make but it is understood that he has sent word to the americans that having sworn to support the i Surrec he must remain Loyal to the similar negotiations Are said on Good authority to have been conducted with a member of the so called filipino gov who himself took the Initia some form of Money consideration figured in the discussions with his at brigadier general Joseph Wheeler was ordered to report to general Otis a Manila for service in the philippine july president appointed the following colonels of the Volunteer major James first cavalry Captain James first better known As colonel of the fourth immune Cap Tain Edward who was colonel of the second new York Volun in the War with Spain Captain sixth cavalry Captain Luther seventh cavalry major will Iam Captain Cornelius Gard nineteenth july order con Taining tie general rules prescribed for the recruiting of ten Volunteer regi Jents to be known As the Twenty Sistini to thirty fifth regiments of unite states As promulgated from the adjutant generals provided that applicants for commis officers of the regular be required to pass a Satis factory to Nie Tiu and Capac Ity to it troops sad v must have had service dirring the Spani Bainer Hie states of Michigan and for the thirty first fort the states of Indi Kentucky and for the thirty second fort the states and territories embraced in the department of the for the thirty third fort Sam the state of for the thirty fourth fort the states territories embraced in the departments of Colo Rado and for the thirty fifth Van conver the states embraced in the department of Columbia and each regiment shall of one one lieutenant three one with the rank of two assistant of whom shall have the rank of and one that lieutenant 14 Cap two of whom shall be available for detail As adjutant and quartermaster first lieutenants and 13 second total number of officers in each 50 total number of enlisted men in each to applicants for original enlistment must be Between the Ages of 18 and 33 years height not less than 5 feet 4 not less than 120 nor More Thuu 190 tenth boy Gallant Contention p religious True regiment to enter Pittsburg in military closing Endeavor meetings held at curl to Ujj appointed second leu to naut 111 the new Volunteer july presidential appointment in the Volunteer army announced included the name of Carl Young of the tenth Pennsyl Vania to be second the president appointed the follow ing lieutenant colonels of volunteers major assistant adjutant general of now serving in the Captain Herbert who was colonel of the fifth immune regi meet during the War with Captain John Brereton of the Twenty fourth Captain tenth in general Otis cabled the following two Veteran regiments will enlist about Yon con appoint 11 second lieutenants for first and nine for second regiment to recruit in the United All other officers regi ment styled first and second Philip Pine United states veterans Volunteer adjutant general Corbie cabled Gen eral Otis that these designations could not be allowed for the philippine regi and in order to save confusion they would to called the thirty sixth and thirty seventh United states Volun Teer among a Long list of the officers announced was Harry Cap Tain seventh Ohio appointed first Roosevelt left for colonel Hawkins to quient to mastered then put on trains and May visit the tenth com Mittee had a successful visit to Wash the committee paid a visit to the War Secretary Algor being they saw adjutant Gen eral mayor Diehl read the resolutions under which the committee was he asked that the tenth regiment should not be formally mustered ont until it reached Pittsburg that the members should be Given their travel Sheldon walked Moro than three Miles to preach sunday than j Street Kodet Rorers Esche tred Bauduy the dig Christinn Endeavor Convent 1 tile Ineil j of All i greatness re faithful Jumes i Iii had been mustered out at san but that the citizens of Pittsburg would defray Sill expenses of bringing the corp Niaud across the to that the government would not suffer by a Penny in the that would be false said general and i would be Dic table if i were a party to an animated but Good natured Dij Cussion followed Between general Cor mayor Diehl and governor Tion at Detroit ended monday Rioual everything Iii poses immortality upon it closed amid scenes of impressive attending the utterances of the last word by the president and Secretary in each of the great tents following responses from each state and country and last exhortations from Bishop Vincent of Kansas and evangelist Chapman of new there were Junior Endeavor and mis All i on the on the Cal ten Chonea i the noblest it lint of i Advance v j country in n i who stands that tires up d directly Tor i Wise Aud w 1 i Spett tue Power of Talieh j always for the Best principles without Regar Tweto to Lihi is Are Dascil Ami pay and allowances the same As if thew Sio uary rallies in each of the hip prison work conference and creat a prison work conference and great Farewell gatherings in although Many of the Christian eur Deavor ers in Detroit utilized the Street cars stud by a considerable portion refrained from Reading the sunday news few of the pastors who occur ii pied the various went j to the extreme of inconveniencing diem selves by walking Long As did Charles author of in his who walked More Thuu i Tell Yon the Best we can i three Miles to preach from the text Wiir twin Tor All to arc to nah general Corbin finally we will Muster the regiment ont at san fran put the men on Board the trains you will provide and have paymasters on Board Witlox them and pay them eur route to make this plan Success Ful of course there will have to be an amicable understanding or arrangement Between the officers and the but i think there will be any difficulty about the members of the committee agreed that general go bins suggestion was a Good and that there seemed no who it work Admira Bly the committee took leave of general Corbin and walked Over to the White House and after a wait saw the presi mayor Diehl read the resolutions adopted by the committee expressing the Strong desire of the people of Vest Era Pennsylvania that colonel Hawkins should be made a brigadier general be cause of his Success in the Philippines and in recognition of gallantry of his the mayor followed this with a few remarks along the same which governor Stone earnestly the president said he Felt he could assure the committee that colonel Hawkins would at least receive the Brevet rank brigadier general before he was mustered but before the question of mar aug him a Fulbri Tatlier was decided it would be necessary to consult the military records and Confer with general on whose recommendation action must to a Largo extent he also said should like to have the Opportunity to take the hand of every member the tenth regiment and of is our master All we Are Breth Ren to a congregation which entirely exceeded the capacity of Bethany presbyterian Sheldon spoke optimistically of the signs of t he especially the awaken ing of the social better relationship Between employers and federation of the movement toward civic righteousness and an Awakening to the stewardship feature of the christians As to his time Aud the features of the afternoon crowded meetings for Lue Naud Wim Tuu and a Sabbath Observance thirty five Hundred Ticu filled the floor and galleries of Light armory at the mens the men Sang with Fine enthusiasm acid a very Large proportion pub lid pledged that the occasion would lie with them a landmark from which would Date a better Secretary Baer conducted the site tag and Wilbur Chapeau of new York preached Ironi Job in be shall be driven from Light into and be chased out of the tie thine brought out Beij the fati of the persistent Iii her As compared to that of the wife of pres heat presided Over two mens meet which filled tin Woodward ave nue Baptist Joseph Walker of led the last night the evening worship in 31 protestant churches of Detroit and Windsor took inform of consecration Nuy were the pledges of More exalted Effort for Flor coming year Aud More Earnest the capacity of the churches was new Bethlehem Fillol he had h conform Nice presi Dent Volunteer governor a Josevelt of new who came to for a conference with the president at the letters returned to new York sunday the conference was wholly on the organization of ten new regiments of the president asked the governor particularly As to his opinion on the officers who were to fill the Lead ing after a general consideration of the matter at the afternoon con Ference the discussion was resumed in the the names of nearly 100 men were taken no and considered with great later the governor said the president unquestionably desired to make All appointments strictly their though the governor did not As Sert that the appointments would he made regardless of appeals from those interested after his Secretary Alger was not invited to the victims of Texas Estinia Tell t7 my property toss belief work in the flooded District has been three Relief trains leaving Gal Veston and ban Antonio prob ably negroes Are now being fed and will need to be sustained for some time by the Relief All sorts of estimates Are made As to the amount of the Cotton an estimate of 50 per cent is considered con this would be a Money loss of the loss sustained by the destruction of other Stock and Bridges will be while the loss to railroads probably making a total of owing to the exaggerated reports circulated As to the loss of life in the re cent the news has made a Spe Cial Effort to secure the facts from each reports received from 13 Conn ties showed a of 37 lives from reports from Sealy that a White woman and a negro woman died there from the heat and there Are Soo negroes at Sealy at the Point of rations will be sent by the first it Hearne a Mas meeting of the Citi Zens was held arid committees appointed to request supplies from the governor for immediate intense suffering is said to exist in this Raleigh to undergo july Cruiser which was with Admiral Fleet in tha Battle of Manila is to undergo Eit Enave every member of the other Volunteer i Aud Tolu attention of the crowds to regiments who have been on service in the f consecration was in the Philippines and assisting in the work there beyond the time required of them by the terms of no finer instance of heroic and self Sac Rifi cing has been known in the history of our the president then inquired when it was expected the tenth would reach Aud on being told about delighted his visitors by Iuo Cating a purpose to be there if pos governor Stone again brought up the matter of colonel hawkins1 and introduced lieutenant Mccormick of who assured the president that there was on file at tie War department a recommendation from general Greeso that colonel Hawkins be Given recognition for Gal the president promised to look fully into the question and to Chinmu ulv1 so largely general Otis by Cable with Merit tins will be distributed Pressie in the greatest the convention saturday agreed upon a memorial to the House of representatives of the fifty sixth Congress respect fully urging the expulsion of representative Roberts of Utich and requesting the submission to the state Legislatures of a amendment to the National constr making polygamy under any Guise a crime against the United punishable by severe penalties including the Resolution solemnly declares the conviction of the to be that the seating of Bri Gliime Roberts of Utah As repro from that state in the fifty sixth Congress would and would generally be understood to a co donation of the crime of a blow it the Sanctity of the marriage and a peril to the purity and integrity of the upon which our new census Utt Thez Tua for this him of out delay and assured his callers that if it was found favourable to Confer on colonel Hawkins the rank of brigadier general it would be though he explained that As the number of Briga Diers was now Complete it would be immediately followed by his Muster before the audience with the presi Dent closed mayor Diehl presented to the president Easton of Pittsburg Asau applicant for a captains commis and Teagarden of Waynes Burg for a assistant quartermasters commission in the new Volunteer regi the president said the colonel who is a Pennsylvania command one of the new regiments to be mobilized at Camp colonel Bells regiment would be up of men from Pennsylvania and Mary land and the president suggested that Easton and Teagarden should apply to colonel Bell through the War depart governor Stone said that he would Supply All the arms and equipment the members of the regiment would require to replace those they would have to give up when mustered out at san it is the intention to ship these arms and equipments to where the boys of the tenth could get them on their Way they will thus be enabled to March into Pitta org in full military and christianity has Beena mighty fac Tor in this worlds both As a restraint to destructive passion and an inspiration to noblest what the Sun is to our solar that christianity is to our modern civilize Chi to make life a a Man need not retire Sroaf life to prepare for let him live a mongols actuated by the loftiest in tills Way he will draw the strength and sweetness of life into this own Only to Pourat ont again Over Bis fellow tics making ills life a or Georgo b vec to secure Tjie signatures of several Mil lion Universal peace was the keynote of one of the greatest meetings of the held late saturday after noon on the Broad lawns of Belle the cites big Island of All the half score of addresses Mode to the accompaniment of the peace Between men Aud nations was the continuous Bur the speakers were from All sections of the world and included James Myrsell of John of Delegate Mazzaroni of James of Way Laud Hoyt of William Patterson of president fran Cis Clark and Tressider of at the conclusion of the speeches the peace memorial of the Christianen Deavor society was thousands of signatures the memorial expresses Abhorrence of favors an International tribunal of commends the present International peace conference and appeals for immediate consideration of the question of arbitration Between this nation and great the memorial will be presented to Congress and president and it is aimed to att Sich Over signatures to saturday evenings meeting consisted of state rallies held in various churches about the that of Pennsylvania was held at Woodward Avenue Baptist and was largely two More victims tier chef Hebe tie trite woman car wit ii she is to Nisito a web j Martin Ami Smith expired at in Rio received near at the second victim of the on the Bedford Aud Cleveland trolley line Yai motor Man Earl who died Satur Day City he terribly crashed and and there was sever a possibility of is Hie remains we retaken to his Home in in Yahola they were placed beside those of his who was killed while Riding with another Clarence b assistant Gaetin Tenden of the Xvi nut in is can hit be mans Opial phys us she up m Cul Ture Kansas Anil in will to nil souls until Makis of All that they Are Capa Milf in each Case is some thing Man Puiul a Vorlyn tinman who sounds tin worlds is the Aiau whose dream is Init peril than the thing Hozore his Latte Congre Kansas in unlit to Iju you must Glrst show Yoi self True to great principles principles Are Universal and Ilo not apply to any particular sect or Ai j War and so Long barbarism remains upon j this planet Wyr will but when barbarism is and its doom is Ireail War will also in Almli by Universal i George Sas i the Irp Atcitt the greatest if tar Are j those fought in the on the stint j Ami in tin nud Itji stands pledged to give Victory to the Ninn t is ready to do what lie inn with sch weapons As lie can get hold i Canden it tie Clu Icli would lie false to its j Trust if it did lint punish nil j but in the method of this punishment it May lie the apparent cruelty of the Mode of punish mint is due to the times and method of appreciation is tin noblest Monu ment that love Jaii build to recognition expressed in and deeds of affection rewards a Intro Bel Ter than of Dost heart is that which serves its age but never earns a tin of the restitution of All things makes clod it de clares that then is no foe which his love cannot t is in inspiration to struggling for it drives away doubt and despair and fills the soul with Hope my Harry Ihde and self a Man May cast out the Devil of j drunkenness and live a lift of sobriety i for but dreadful is arc con sequences of drunkenness in Wen bet i Ter for thallium that i should Conj under its but with the Hope of than that lie should become subject to tin devils of Pride i and self Jeorgia new re riots j As Ench one of in upon the i sunlit storm Cloud after thu Sjonna is see a different to in j gazing upon the character of Chris to each sees something there which oth ens see something which goes straight Home o his own some tiling which creates tin closest Bond of when we came to new assume no risk i Chanier Hiing i Ali oct f film Money if you Are f satisfied after using it a everywhere admitted in i Tom most successful remedy Mesuse for Lionel complaints and hat never it is Norwood sewing 1ac Good Luck Cream Complete Richardson in dress i i an i sympathy Between Christ and j Xiv j j Coni Ninn Hrinke in j i i Clieve thoroughly in common sense in it is very True i that when emotion knocks at the door common sense is Apt to my out of Tiu 1 Ilose the windows of your j souls Anil keep common sense let put Awny childish tilings and keep common in our i must outgrow childish flail asks us to wait for that is j James a Ellston Neil j Hal Igioia is the moral nature of Man finding its correlative in the infinitely j sociology Ami religion Are come lug and to arc timing that to in religious at All we have to lie honest and just Bei fore we Mala any claims to Loving j Wiliom we have not we must j love our neighbors whom we in pc this is precisely what Christ sonic people dont want to give up their but they find it hard to make it love Christ making his Peoples Mana of tale to the value of a Man to society tie Ponds very largely upon the sort of vision that gets hold upon he takes targe views and attempts great things will accomplish great things Aud be ennobled he whose views Ore narrow and who undertakes Little things will Dwarf his Powers and accomplish eur Raeter determine Arndt of Tysl i Bethlehem we our Hopes Moret for we Are truly thankful to Ott and we shall use every Endeavor to continue fiction of the patronage so 1 ally we wish now to your attention to the Large and varied Stock Gall of which we Are Selling the very our store is Well and goods key we Are Able to in goods with and solicit the Yoi Iare to t you vib

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