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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - June 2, 1899, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Dent try of tile Pollo patronage parian or of Lee in drag i is you Clotet o Independent in established in Ippu new Assembly presbyterians meet in adjourned to of Day or a Fri articles of agree Over first a asst m King drafts of the United states All bought at loaned on approved Ueo sit payable or title j a accessible through mails or express would be pleased account with open c done and Guaran Pillow to it of like ladies Seend Ingdon Frek our shop every tuesday j the Ano Berof Good come John i Cha Sec Clifert and Wank Lak be of Eircel to the new York for principles of Faith affirm i by singing Blest be the tie that the one Hundred and eleventh annual Assembly of the presbyterian Church adjourned at Minneapolis sat urday afternoon to meet next year in Friday after an Exchange of greetings the general Synod of the reformed Church in session at a report from the committee of Bills and overtures was read in the Presby Terian general and commendation of the brotherhood i of Andrew and Philip were recon in the matter of numerous overtures in favor of changing the e method of appointing committees it was recommended that a committee of four ministers and three elders a appointed to consider the matter and report to the next a Resolution was introduced in which the Pintye Btu Congress was called upon to promptly Espel in accordance with article Section 6 of the National the Resolution the Assembly called upon the same body to Amend the National Constitution and submit the same to the Legislatures of the states defining Legal marriage to be mod Gamons and making polygamy under whatever Guise or pre tense a crime against the United punishable by severe including disfranchisement and disqualification to vote or hold any office of Honor under the United states or in any state or territory it was the committee on Sabbath Observance offered and the Assembly adopted an additional Resolution calling upon Oil office bearers and members who Are employers of labor to exert themselves to reduce the amount of Sab oath labor and to condemn that policy of management which makes its obligatory upon the labourer to choose Between dismissal and sunday labor Herman expelled about two years for alleged by the session of the fifth Avenue Church of new will have to go to the new York Synod for Relief the judiciary committee appointed to hear the matter recommended that the judg ment of the Synod be reversed in so far Only As the Synod instructed the Presby Tery of new York to remand the Case to the session of the fifth Avenue Church with instructions to try wars Wiak in an amended including the misuse of Money for missionary the Case was remanded to the Synod to be proceeded with Accord ing to methods and requirements of the in respect to the Mem orial of the Avenue Church ask ing that the Case be sent Back to the committee reported that it was not within its authority to decide such a but left it to the which had not May Case of Arthur professor of Church history in Union theological was placed in the hands of the presbytery of new York by the Generd Assembly of the presbyterian after a tumultuous Aud some times personal for such Dis position As in its judgment the peace of Church and the purity of the doctrine May thus a hoped avoiding a heresy when the Bills and overtures commis report was announced by vice a pro found silence fell Over the and the packed Wallace Radcliff chairman of the took the speakers plat form and read first that part of the re port on which All members of the com Mittee it was a review of the and the statement of four Funda mental doctrines of the Church which me Giffert history of christianity in the apostolic age is held to nest Radcliff read the majority this which was ultimately loft the matter to the discretion of the new York the minority read by Ben Jamin Lewis Hobson of made it mandatory upon the new York presbytery to appoint a committee to Center with Molj Iffert and if he would neither modify his views nor peaceably withdraw from the proceed against bit in accordance with the pro visions the Constitution of the that would have meant a heresy before taking up the de Bate the whole Assembly voted for the preamble on which All from this scene of unanimity the aspect was soon changed to one of tumult the preamble waa frequently spoken of As a magnificent new confession of a doctrinal deliverance that the Presby Terian Church is still theologically sound to the the preamble follows in full is a fundamental doctrine o the word of god and the confession o that the holy spirit did so control the inspired writers in their com position of the holy scriptures As to make their statements absolutely truth that is free from error when interpreted in their natural and intended a seeming discrepancies and contradictions in the Bible Are to be re ferretto the limitations upon human to hold that holy scrip tires Are in any respect historically in accurate a to oppose the teaching o the chapter Section 4 which declares that the authority o the holy scriptures for which it Ough to be believed and depended wholly upon the author thereof and therefore it is to be received because it a the word of is a fundamental doctrine of tha word of god and the confession of Feith thai the son of the Sec Ond the being very and eternal ged one an to the fatter the Fol stint Ion to the to Pray and bless the elements of bread and no teaching which declares that the lords supper was instituted in any other manner than by the direct per Sonal act of the lord Jesus is in har Mony with the truth of the holy scrip or Loyal to the person of Jesus is also a fundamental Doc Trine of the word of god and the confession of Faith that god justified men by imputing the obedience and Satis faction of Christ to they receiving and resting upon him and his righteousness by which Faith they have not in themselves it is the gift of thus receiving and resting in Christ and his righteous Nesses the alone 1 instrument of any teach i ing which in any Way modifies or be i Little the essential act and exclusive necessity of Faith in salvation is Disho Noring to the word j and sacrifice of Jesus i this Assembly enjoins upon All ses Sions and presbyteries loyally to defend and protect these fundamental dec lines of this confessional 0binson the resides Over the general Assem William held reelected principal May Robinson of Allegheny City was unanimously elected Moderator of the Gen eral Assembly of the United Presby Erian there were Only two candidates for the Robinsons opponent was the Williamson of Robinson was escorted to the where he was greeted by the retiring and to the William Reid of who Las held the office of principal clerk since was unanimously reelected and Wallace of Pittsburg re Jeiven no opposition for place of ecord May the ses Sion of the general Assembly of the United presbyterian Church the report of the committee on the state of Reli Gion aroused much the re t among other things said the increase in membership has been last years percentage of it was so pitifully Small that it has been there were 954 More removals than were reported last from the years 1860 to 1865 was the nearest period of the Church history in which so Small a percentage of gain while the Imes of commercial perplexity through which the nation has passed have Usu ally been seasons of exceptional spiritual the report the matter was referred to a special the report of the Allegheny Semin Ary stated that the attendance had aggregated 68 it deplored the action of the last Assembly in forbid Ding members of the seminars mid dle class to preach during the memorial services were held in the Shields former presbyterian Clergyman Boc tue a priest of the Protu taut new May Bishop Littlejohn of the protestant episcopal diocese of Long Island sunday morn at Garden raised to the dignity of a priest of the Church Harles Shields is 74 years of age and was formerly one of the Best known minis ters in the presbyterian he was one of those who sited the application for a License for Princeton and whose actions the new Brunswick presbytery Shields then resigned from the ministry of the presbyterian Church and from the he was at one time Moderator of general reformed Church Leberman and Stein elected vice May the National Synod of the reformed Church or Burum of and Stein of were elected vice reports were read f Nijiu Echo treasurer and different classes in the Twenty one standing committees were appointed and fraternal greeting Tele graphed to the presbyterian Assembly reports were heard of the work done at educational institutions at she the Board of foreign missions reported having liquidated All debts and the Board of Home missions reported a liquidation of american sunday Shoota a Tremond anniversary Celebration closed at May Dia mond anniversary Celebration of the american sunday school Union came to a close Here last night by a rousing big meeting at the Academy of Morris Jesup of new presi Dent of the presided and made a Happy addresses were also delivered by of this William Dodge of new Ensign of King of Newell Dillison Brooklyn and Henry of the exercises closed with the singing by the great audience of my is of thee and the in the afternoon a meeting was held at the presided Over by John vice president of the addresses were the of new Jacobs of Chi the Henry olay of this and the 0 of the Tery where Scotts guns were planted against the filipino trenches in the first Days fighting at nearly 300 soldiers lie buried there on s Bleak Mound surrounded Rice rough boards we Riding the which Are ranged in five unbroken beyond these Are Block houses and Bamboo which were mown Down by shells from the Ameri can similar services were held Over the dead in the Pace cemetery in the after colonel Deuby was the orator on this the Graves were Deco rated with a vast Quantity of magnify cent High mass for the dead of the roman Catholic communion was celebrated at the Poco cemetery in the Ora Tion were delivered by fathers to Sinuon and chaplain Stev Enson of the Idaho a Metho and Peter a congregational of most of the business places in Manila were closed in Observance of the the american and Many foreign were displayed at hair the Graves of soldiers and sailors buried at Cavite and Iloilo were also decor sett May order was is sued reestablishing the philippine it revived much of the tapanian system not conflicting the Borer eighty of the United Captain Tilley of the signal of with a detachment made no of other members of the landed at Job on the Island of to Pink up and repair the the natives had a White Flag flying Orer tue Cable House when the party landed the were no sooner on Shore than they were fired upon by the they at once took to the water and a number of them were picked up by a but Captain Tilley and two native men of the party Are the approach of the wet season in the Philippines finds the insurrection seemingly taking a new lease of All along the american lines the rebels Are showing More aggressive activity in their guerrilla style than at any time before since the fall of they keen the United states troops in the sleeping in their cloth ing and constantly on the Alert against dashes upon our outposts and they make life warm for the american garrisons in the the bands of general Luna and Gen eral which retreated toward Tarlac when they feared they would be caught Between general Macarthur and general have returned in Force to their old trenches around san where there Are daily col opposite our lines on the South protecting All the Way around to Sau Pedro the filipinos have three rows of trenches most of the Dis reports from prisoners indicate that the insurgents construe the negotiation to mean that the americans Here hat enough of the Kli pinos Are also encouraged by the belief thatch americans Are preparing for an interval of inactivity during the wet this period is sure to be followed by much thousands of scarce that were under cultivation last year have not been slowed this year and the government will probably be obliged to Ous auda just As it fed the cubans the United states army has organized a system of distributing Rice at Malolos and some of the smaller towns where filipino stores were captured but the hitter will soon be the United states transport Morgan which arrived Here from Sau Francisco with 000 recruits for various sailed for Iloilo with troops As it was impossible to take to Spain the remains of Spanish general Mon who was fatally wounded in a re cent engagement with the filipinos the Island of and who while being brought Here from Zamolo Anga on the transport Leon it was decided that the interment should Tak place in the funeral took place hundreds of Spanish soldiers and civilian attending the services in the Cathedra and following the cortege to the Grav with wreaths and May filipino com missioners left Here by special train they will be escorted to their line under a Flag of it is i Pecten they will return president Gonzaga of the Philippin previous to his departure said we greatly appreciate the Kourtes shown we have spent some Tim with your incidental considering the american j its principles impress us the plan of government offered the Philippines in a Good colonial but Why should a nation with your Constitution seek to make a Colony of a Distant pople who have been so Long fighting again Spain to secure the same rights your Constitution gives you fought the game Bat the in America when you fought against in the fighting at sail Fernando wednesday 60 filipinos were killed and Many were the americans had two men killed and 12 the War department on saturday made Public the following dispatch from general commanding at Manila May two battalions Twenty third infantry Wicen the regiment lost a Man killed Corporal Jacob Landis and seven the report to could but the and Bept Tifal face which looked oat at him from the enclosed photograph won his scribes the fighting in considerable de heart at he promptly Cut off a but the to the positions big Button from his uniform and sent it of copied Are so minutely local la Char to miss Powers along with a Little ctr that it Bard to follow the later he sent her one of his photographs loveseats of the it is that the main Advance was toward Caloocan and that the tenth captured the Phineas hos Lital and both of which the insurgents were by Gallant charges across the open Only slightly supported by Field colonel Hawkins Speaks in High terms of the gallantry of the officers under his pm Maud and of the coolness and Intel Igent responses of the enlisted men to ill Calls made on he mentions tar conspicuous major sell of the Engineer who applied tar duty on the and also mentions y name the following officers first lieutenant blame company h first lieutenant George Coni any Aud Captain company who was detailed for ser vice with company the companies engaged in the Forward movement were the h and the others being on guard duty in the walled Dewey slow of blvd he would Beach new York about october May Admiral Dewey cabled the Navy department that he will Stop at various places on his Way to the United states and will reach new York about Eagle Badees issued for Thom be inured for plus a Mullah pre scribed by May direction of the District county Detec Tive Kershner swore out warrants for the four Philadelphia and Reading rail men who were censured by the coroners jury for causing the disastrous wreck at the accused Are William Engineer of the first Section his Magee James and Engineer hurry Orrell of the Sec Ond bail in was de they were arrested and gave members of the jury expressed the desire that the manslaughter proceed Ings be brought against the the other Legal remedy is charging them with a the it of March says the penalty shall not exceed Fine and imprisonment not exceeding five train master who also will be prosecuted in Phila be with Bis autograph on of coarse Mies Powers was that Button she holds a the choicest of her she has a Long Gold Chain fastened to it and wears it she no longer envies the Bottons of the other for she has what she regards As the finest relic of the War owned Snall Occas contain tinged win Engineer and Medicine did Rabb Knet exp ram on alternate Engineer Humphrey who runs the new York express be tween Boston and one of the fastest trains in the a a somewhat remarkable Railroad three nights a tuesday end a Mon Ster locomotive at the rate of 70 Miles an the other four Days and nights he is practising and on his Boine in Hariga a doctors years ago Brackett began rail loading a a freight he waa advanced to and for four years shovelled Coal then he waa Given charge of a Sand and hauled much of the dirt on which the Fine Resi Dences of Bostons Bacic Bay District arc about 18 Yeara ego he was promoted to passenger Engineer on the reported the Sanu Mii Conini Lowlon will approve from the May via May samoan commit Gion arrived Here on May it first sitting took place May the commis sinners were in gigged in conferring with the chief William nothing was nude but it waa reported they will uphold the action of Admiral May following cablegram was received at the Navy de dated May via Auckland Badger arrived on May the Philadelphia will leave so As to reach Sau Francisco about june commis Sion May desire to return on the Badger the Baptist women Baptist Mission society Iti eucled san May proceedings of the National Baptist conventions commenced with the opening Mission of the women Baptist Mission International grand May International conference of the Young mens Christian association opened a special reception was Given last night at the furniture exposition building in Honor of the naval heroes Admiral rear Admiral Higginson and lieutenant commander Holt Toh Genor Castelar May Don Emilia the distinguished Republican orator and is Dewey Best in quiet Spanish troops withdrawn from Zexa Boranga after Battle with i Sorgente with severe loss to Spanish loss nine 27 among commanding general Montoro died from buried Here insurgents used artillery and am munition captured from expending major part of conference followed Between Gaa Arai who went from Manila to with draw and latter stated to Jim would not oppose Landing but would accept conditions in Spanish troops drawn now Here depart for spam to Feste attack by inserg6tttiijii in j about Issaan mar Case int Erica St Lull i Here la a picture of Mies Marie pow tha pretty Illinois High school girl whose photograph Admiral Dewcy and Aires so her photograph stands 30 the admirals dressing Case in tha Cabin of the and he is quoted As saying of it every morning when i i look it the picture instead of at the t have Cut Ina Elf three times she will be the death of me How Admiral Dewey Cornea to have miss Powers photograph is a pretty lit he the Young lady is the Dang tar of a Well to do horse breeder of de during the War she envied the Girla who had friends o Brothers in the National guard regi eat drag to will the the High it presence of Imp with some in test which with iodine careful St Factor be lancet the de to locked Timsah up with Over them to eight and i know said i i had a detective at his Oslej each window one on the the Chimney so eng1neek film Pokky Jonaton and Albany and since then e Baa been running the fastest trains f that although he Hae stuck to the engine he Baa always bad a liking or the practice of he Exilina How is became a physician with it ceasing to be an Engineer a Fol o is after i get through the Public school course i kept on after became n fireman i read the medical and when i waa put on fast Iraina and had to work Only three or our Days a week i found i could St end medical Lect Tea in Boston on off i got my diploma in want a very Young saw Bones 14 Yeara new bet prepare and Cut Fine Suffle Chect Rhu Barb to measure one put it in a Large Saucepan with one scant pint of Angar and simmer gently until rub together one and a half cupfuls of one Tablespoon Fol of nne Teaspoon Fol of on Quarter of a teaspoonful of bait and one Tea Apiou Fol of baking mix to a soft dough with turn ont on a soared Board and Roll ont in a thick Sheet which will Jnet fit tha top of the sauce Lay it carefully Over the cover closely and keep where Tho Rhu Barb will Jnet trimmer for half a lift the cooked crust to a deep dish and porn the rhubarb serve hot or if the Terra Cream with aprons at Fine Muslin with a sort of Fiche trimmed with lace and Inser Tion a knot of ribbon on one Are being worn by Yonng Girla in the afternoon in Paris when assisting at the 5 beae aprons nearly cover the skirt they Are Vandyke or scalloped round the Edge and have tha appearance of being a White Muslin dress Over a slip and bodice of when we came to new Bethlehem we k our Hopes have been More for which we Are truly thankful to and we shall use boat imitation of the patronage so bestowed we wish now the your attention to the f and varied Stoeff of prom tie jewellers Pink Coral stick Ping Ara attractive French Gray is very popular in the new Silver Belt clasps tinted pearls Era much in Evi Dence in pins and Pink Coral and pearls figure in combination in some Dainty Little the popular Pina for the Back of the skirt Are ornamented with ats Jade or a very attractive necklace consists of est event be Reen each of which pierced disk of crypt adv Sou of which we Are Selling at the very oar store is Well stocked and we Are Able to compete in prices Sig oods with and solicit4he Public g you Are invited to Well treat you big hts

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