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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - June 23, 1899, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Memo Tepi done in in rotator o Teeth kinds of Dent try the Pablo patronage Illiams Liberty r office la Drtiz Olaf Hyena 6ibf i gift of perfumery and toilet a next Independent in established in new june tenth this week starts for Home from the the cells or hair Cha latest shop opposite Buddle Ald at Bend of Nln a Kew Bethlehem Bank Wood i to 5 and 7 to 9 eur ended Day or patronage attorn Mew Clarion announce input from Manila Titan the Pennsyl Antans Are to leave More soldiers will be sent to hot the will Start from Manila for Homo on the transport sen Ator this the United states transport which sailed from san Francisco May 24 with men and 75 under the command of brigadier general Fred has arrived Here after a smooth one private died after the transports the troops brought by the transports will go to the Island of Negros to re Lieve the California who arrived on the Aud general Grant will probably be the generals Hale and Funston desire to accompany their regiments june battalion of the fourth which left i where general Wheaton is in monday to recon outer towards Peres Des where it was believed most of the rebels who escaped from Paranaque and Bacolor had in the rear by apparently Friendly this brought on a Sharp lasting several resulting in five americans being killed and about 25 being the loss of the rebels was very the battalion soon exhausted its am munition and about in the after noon general Wheaton Aud his with the second two Moun Tain guns and one held went to reinforce the troops general Wheaton was fired on in a Road and had a narrow later the third battalion was ordered to the front and formed on the Las marinas heavy firing on both sides the artillery being freely the enemy was located m the Woods of acclamation for judge of the Superior court Aud representative William Creasy of Columbia was the unanimous Choice for state after making these nominations the Conven Tion i the nomination for supreme court j Hij occurred at nor judge is equivalent to an election by reason of the fact that the two arc to be elected in november and no elector is entitled to vote for More than it Bangkok i the congressman expired Sud Denly of heart been in poor Het Tetli for about a after hav ing the is expected that governor Stout will june to appoint judge Mestrezat to the vacancy Renzo his sixth term j caused by Tho death of judge Williams trom the sixteenth Ohio i to to j Cue disc night about 7 Oclock j this will create at his Elm try iome Uear claire1 the state a vacancy on the Bench in Fayette vile o his death was sudden and county and give the governor u com was caused by heart a year i Mou pleas judge to the gov aug he suffered a severe attack of error tendered the vacancy on Tho us had a and since their his health Prenie Bench to David Watson of has growing steadily but j Pittsburg and Exco Gressman Simon i his Leuh at the time was not j i attention Given to arid increase of Fri i articles of agree office Over first a l Broad National Bank of new micral Bank intr Dufla Points of tie United suites til Contis Bui Klit at lil beat loaned on approved by inuits or express car fill would be slowed live you open tin account with open to 4 ton Noril Lino dour in in Burin a near Shufu pc in the latest style and shop cur the Frei Bethlehem Agency of whom he Lias since held the place open and there is every reason to believe that to will make the Mestre zat appointment i the report of the resolutions commit tee wus read by Charles Donnelly of i the report follows j democracy of Pennsylvania in p the Creel Silver louder and Man expired apparently in j sketch of j Juno convention Akuin new him our Mau Richard Parka Bland died at his Fidelity and Devotion to the sacred Rifle in of the people True to the Faith my a Rinchley of i Homo car peacefully Aud j our party 113 declared in the platforms of our without apparent i several National and proud of Bland returned Home when con our matchless William Jiin Zinss Joress adjourned in March and suf realize that the issues involve in the feed a relapse from an attack of la i for More than two months he j f sir maker Ork done and Gui Pillow it tide to look ukr a prices Are leaves our shop every tuesday returns on the i Hoa u Humbur of Good Hacks and he will Trade for come soon John Fairmount very one gun of the sixth in an advantageous did great the fighting was still in Progress about five at which time Tho Ameri cans had secured a Quantity of filipino arms which had been abandoned a the Tho scene of the fight was Over 20 Miles from major general at on monday telegraphed to Washington the following deaths Sirice the last weekly report debit is from Roui wounds in Charles company third infantry George twelfth infantry Mark company sixth artillery John Pri fourteenth from typhoid George company Twenty third in Fittry june Charles de first artillery Charles first South from company third from Fred War company twentieth from William company twentieth infantry third thu following additional casualties were reported under Date of june 18 fourteenth at june Thomas Corporal John Moore company Cor poral David Dagne company Nel Sou Lamorie fifty first com Pany Walter first at Cayuta and june Benjamin slight Charles slight William first june 10 James fourth at company second lieutenant How Ard moderate John severe Senor Bren slight moderate Henry Moder ate Harvey lower severe Portroy Moder ate company William moderate company Thorn bal moderate company Arthur slight William severe Arthur Rose slight Charles moderate company Corporal Charles first at com Pany Williaim slight Norman mod Erate Samuel moderate sergeant Avery fore sixth near los Pany ninth at Zea Pote River company George slight George a moderate Drayton slight Arthur company k Miles neck and severe John slight Patrick Multi moderate Mcgrillis severe Michael my Lerate first lieutenant James alight sergeants Krank moderate Geotge moderate Cor George severe of our state from la publican mis Ralland Cor denounce the wholly unnecessary increase of Public officials and Petty clerkship in the several departments of the 1 state government and the and unwarranted increase of the pay Ine it of political obligations in this manner i out of the Stilto Treasury has unread created a deficit of Over crippled the Public i robbed the Public schools und Enos i Sously increased the burdens of the individual believe that the most careful j provision should to made for the care of the i unfortunate insane of cur and contend thelit the cases of the poor und the Allric tells i of far greater importance to the welfare of the Commonwealth than in the creation of new offices and Tho in Creole of official denounce the in Lecer haste i displayed and the disrespect Shmon the pea pie by in the appointment to to prevent a full investigation before a jury of his plead the statute limitations us inst the most serious charges of in this in the unwarranted reduction of the appropriation to Public schools and his unauthorized had been confined to his Home and his veto of the constitutional amendment res Clu to he has violated the usurped health had gradually tie authority nowhere and perpetrated he would not survive the at Wro Urh the people and the state that Tacil foul Tho and showed his demand his thorough knowledge of his heartily approve of the course pursued by those members of the democratic party in the House and Senate m the last legislative who contempt in for purity and of the third of this Bland suddenly grew and his who were in were summoned Home and for the first time Tho Public was m corruption and Public and Cor menu i formed of his critical their Devotion to duty and the High Standard i from time to time after then the a of Reform to which they have committed the showed signs of but honesty in the conduct of affairs and against 1 democratic a political Ive arc a the with he continued to grow sunday Aud monday he presented an improved condition and afternoon Strong Hopes for his recovery were about 10 Oclock tuesday How to fell asleep and continued in that condition until Richard Parks Bland was born near in the grou River to came to mis Souri when about 20 years of age and five years later went to the acc to Utah he practice Law there among the miners and had ample Opportunity to study thu Mineral inter ests Aud thu relative output of Gold Aud there to absorbed the doctrine of he returned to mis Souri in locating at in Phelps and in 1809 removed to his late in 1872 to wus first elected to Congress and took if entrusted to the people with the Opportunity und to administer the Treasury after clean Puiul Simul Bussius for the advantage of of the and prompt in and charitable appropriation moneys due the inn hold them in the Banks Are committed to a thorough purging of the list of clerks and Oilie als in the several departments and the elimination of All unnecessary reduction of salaries and the expense of the departments which have so enormously in creased since the administration of governor favor i revision of the tax Laws or the state in the interest of the people to the end that corporate property May pay its due that municipal franchises May be valued and assessed As any other form of and that no interest shall be fax his seat in ill 18 but that All shall stand on an j Bland commenced his work for the favor tin form of property with Vahik favor a Revi Rizun of mint Ninino its simplifying tin Nice he Odom voting und protect int Tho voter fraud and favor of the Constitution so is to re Ijiro a a Tsimal registration of Votra in the and we denounce us Vurnor Stone for by to interfere without with thu act parsed for that und thus attempting to prevent the people from passing upon this important demand the Immy Liaty prosecution of those found guilty of actual or in the election Ufa United states in Viator by a eur Minileo Ftp the Dollar Aud the unit of after passing the House it was amended in the Scionte by Seii Ator Allison and i inn As Tho Bla Dallison it vetoed by pc Sidcot Hayes and passed by both houses Over Tho Iii 1894 tie Republic a Defeated him for Congress by a narrow but the Silver Cham Pion Rucle Ted two years later and again in before the Chicago convention no Man was named ofte Iier As a Candi Date on a free Silver but steadfastly refused to push his hold ing that the cause was too Preat to be pointed to investigate the made und imperilled by personal when if found guilty by a trial before n we j Brylin Vitus Lobody was More demand Lowed by it to the full penalty no Are opposed to All combinations of capital calculated to produce Mono or restrain us Benr inconsistent with the spirit of free institutions and if their establishment cannot be constitutionally pre we hold that they should be so Reju and limited by proper thac individual Effort and Opportunity shall not be democratic party pledging j itself Ted its candidate to a faithful Obedi i ence to the Constitution and the to the support of nit measures intended to secure fair and honest election to promote efficient and econom ical administration in state and municipal i affairs and to prevent the use of Public Money legislation or patronage for private Calls upon All Cood citizens to Lay aside All other questions and unite with it in an Effort to save the express our Earnest j admiration for and Devotion to our present rep1 i resent Tive on the National j James who through his Caa i Wise and prudent advice and Preemie j Energy and reunited our party without Hope of has spent his times and substance for the welfare of our for which our party should hold him in grateful ardent in his support than Silver Blaud never accepted a Railroad pass or any other present Tor his political Early in while in the capacity of a schoolmaster on a vacation was visiting the ladies Seminary at he met Virginia daughter of general whom lie later Bland is still though she has been the Mother of ten for whom Are pay and rations at we Ana rejoice in Tho patriotic Devotion to Tho cause of our in the War with of Tho Brave and Noble men who per led their in veil and shed their blood in order that a conflict waged for Homin Ityl Sako might be brought to a speedy and triumphant the report was unanimously How to Chicken end Clam quart cof thicken Stock with the i to taste add bilk to threes army bit ions aft tint mister Ling jut tenth at june Odiehl received a letter from lieutenant which read As follows War june j mayor Pittsburg my dear Johnston of the adj taut generals agrees with to that the tenth must be mustered out in san Francisco or lose both travel pay and ration allow and according to the Law on the subject would have to mustered out at the state probably Damp Meaux or the loss to taking into account both travel pay Aud ration allowance a As follows 82 cents for every 20 Miles 03 cents first sergeant second first lieutenant colonel River to this place where there were receptions and a about 4 the party will leave Springfield for by special South june president besides participating in the commencement exercises at mount Holyoke College tuesday by j awarding Tho diplomas to the among whom was his miss Grace accepted in a Brief Adi dress Tho degree of doctor of civil conferred non him by the j Holyoke in conferring a degree non Tho followed closely after Smith College at Day night informed the president that they had voted to Confer non him Tho degree of i Juno was Given up almost exclusively by the president and party to the com1 a ercument exercises at Holyoke Here the president the diplomas to the graduating j governor Wolcott addressed and i in stir president of the Board of also Mouv a miss Grace Niece of the was one of the nil at ing and this which is tlu1 primary cause of the presidents together with the fact that the president of the United states honoured the town and College by his brought i Large crowd Aud there was much Siasu on Tho part of the caul the College at on j Dent Mckinley participated ill a and the Ivy exercises at Smith and later drove bunt the City about noon Bethesda of j the Eastern of which i Mckinley is a presented her a Loving cup at the resilience of Cao Tain later on a Triin to the j top of mount Tom was where j luncheon was about Oclock the party Are due to it South Hudley to attend of a Midsummer nights dream by Tho seniors of mount this is to be Given at pro sect in the Center of the i Ideal spot for an out door at about m Oclock tie president will attend the glee club concert in College on sunday morning a Largo crowd congregated about the residence of where the distinguished guests being and by Tho time the purty was ready for the Short walk of two blocks to the Tho streets were crowded with it was an orderly decorous and hardly a word was spoken by them Dur ing the entire at Tho second congregational where the Whit Ings ii much larger crowd had and it was Only by deviating and entering a Side door that admission was a very seat was occupied and Many extra chairs and the congregation Rose respectfully when the president entered Aud remained stand ing until lie sat the presidents Pew in Tho body of the Church was besides him by Allen and i Tho president sitting j thu the others in the a Pew further i they were Aud Abner my Aud George und Frank Tho misses Duncan and Morse and the presidents phys Mckinley had remained at Home with Edward pastor of the delivered the preached from the romans and delivered an inter Esting discourse upon the duties of he detailed what he considered to be the duty of the individual in the use of education and re and spoke of the duty of Tho nation in Tho work of building up and raising to a higher spiritually and Tho people in our far away after the return to the Whiting Resi Dence lunch was Aud at Oclock the Palace electric car Rock Rimmon was and thu including All the was taken Over the trolley line to South to at tend the baccalaureate exercises at the Chapel of Holyoke College about 4 this was the first time presi Dent Mckinley had been to South had which is the real destination of the trip and so no made his first Bow to the Little College fraternity on to he is to share honors with governor Roger und deliver the degrees to the graduating class of which his miss Grace is n As the seniors marched into the pretty Little Chapel before Tho arrival o the president they made a very pretty each Clad in Cap and they took front seats in the Center while president Mckinley and the gentlemen of his party occupied seats on the the including decided that the Day was too warm for them to enter the crowded so they were driven to the residence of Byron Smith near and there they had a Light luncheon and at the close of the exercises rejoined the gentlemen at Tho special upon the platform the College choir was a generous sprinkling of seniors in their Black Caps and gowns contrasting prettily with the Cool sum Mer dresses of the after the president had been introduced by the president of Tho College he entered the Tho congregation remaining standing until he had taken his after no Organ prelude the College choir Sang an and Jacobus of the Hartford theological Seminary read from the scriptures the tenth chapter of Lukes the musical part of the program was followed by Jacobus then delivered Hia baccalaureate a Washtub half Lor Dovirn Kino and Story of Clein Entler Onci More the to com visit of Graver aul it Ichard Watson Gilder to a Humble cottage in teen ton which is Home of Ellen Clementine recalls the half forgotten Fame of the poet at the this the name by which la Warth was known quite As thai of which she to her ilm vans Lif interest for All without any in tin Way of wealth Iii she Devil Opp her native Al Willty amid great hardships and she born a fit Salt this How let hour in with chopped und i after this i them in a at a Small jest before they j breadcrumbs Over i any he dub of the design of the mans deep religions seels ser his profound Able him to live enjoy the presence of new new in on May she was the daughter a re ii Rinler Irani ii when she was 7 years Garnr of toil in n All the cd ipalion she received the ability t when she was Inmar ried a knt Ishmail Nan Mil Joseph Llo was a the couple went to traion to after modern inventions Ittel supplanted the old methods of ratico Prii icing Iio Worth found himself out of employ he turned to tie Lua Clini shops for the Mitis to obtain sustenance for the which by thnh time contained several earned the Toul if Clair then followed the Daili of live of her cd Ihlen in int Aucy Ami tint practical blindness other Iio wart i thus was Forchi to be tin bread Winner of the it was then that tin voting wife called into Power Lier latent of she wrote by and her Muse of human its simplicity and her hog rapier says while at the a idea tit for the robing of verse would come into her duly keep your hands in the pleaded the if the hint the Wash ing was hut the poet finally hit upon a Happy Compromise Ami tool care to Liepp near at hand a Pendl Ami a slip of when once the idea i wits poem would come Erthe clothes xenon tie Many of her Beautiful lyrics were suggested while she was at her so Cream in new i a Palace of a Palace it t Salt is to be the it traction Vicli will in tile feature of the i u t Ern Ioui talk exposition to be hold in Salt Lake City this and which will be so Mariun t for Salt Cut jul w of the worlds fair Bush Ohms in rid g which were of wooden Frame i it covered with or i it the worlds fair buildings wore Beau j Xiv t if i w the Salt Enlace is to he tin main j of Tho the the Entla Yon can plainly Yosry great vast a to Jwj Otloe to the i Fnu Yre the Mim to new Bethlehem our Hopes have been for which thaanum and we shall use every continuation of the patronage sos y a by we your attention to t varied Stock Hott to slate the Turki feb Coffee Emryed 8t the Wai Dorf according to come Mesa direct acid All of which we Are Selling at our store is we Are Able to goods with and solicit utahs Salt Colorado and new Mexico will be invited to place their products on exhibition the Palace will be erected tills it will cover Over three fourths the acres allotted for the expose Ilsc Salt will be applied f a Spray great a pvt you Are invited to

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