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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - June 30, 1899, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Independent in established in new june give to xxx Crosslyn South of the and whenever to car came along with a non Union Crew the passengers were asked i to disembark and wait for a car manned this Means officials Hope i by a Union in most cases the to reenlist passengers did As nonunion conductor Tuider took Dwight bade teem touching followed Laurente tale Mcradu Atel to Lead cd Rulau at new president t Mckinley religious thought president and party left for gleaned from the of All in Jesus he lieu Ami Earth Are brought in drag Lafayette fa6t and toilet a u prot Lieut Mckinley was in coins Nunica struck Over the Bead with a club and won with Secretary Alger regard lib he and the Tuo Torman driven up Roc Keport the general on the w Oage with the and he was promptly Timothy the venerable retire near the or Hait Stylo shop opposite Iea Denee it Hewi of Fialon Street Day or Bonaire and Wood us m attended Day or night a Clarion collections Fri of agree Over Firat asst june impression prevailed at the War department that Large proportion of the volunteers i May be reenlisted if some arrangement can be made whereby the men can be allowed to make a visit to their friends and relatives in the United the idea is to reenlist them in Tho Philip Pines and give them a furlough to Rei turn to the United this Furj Lough would be for at least four More than of which time would be required to make the round trip from i Manila to the United general i Otis has been forming four Skeleton i regiments the president Mckinley was in confers ence for a time with Secretary Alger j respecting the Best method of carrying out general Otis desire to maintain at least throughout the Rainy an effective fighting Force of no less than men in the in the Gen Kerala last which was received he asked for an effective Force of this Hist estimate will oblige the War department to secure More general Otis sick report and his casualty list make it evident that provision must be made at once to Supply a shortage of about 15 per cent in Hia the officials were caking into consideration the Assurance of the medical authorities that no diminution in this disability rate could be expected during the wet but that the conditions May grow even worse As the season and Many of these men will have to be invalided Home to the United it being demonstrated particularly in the typhoid that convalescence is rare unless the patient leaves the thus the department pushed it to the As a Rule the old men were glad the strike was though there was some grumbling because the nonunion men were it is predicted that All the nonunion men will be Gud to leave the City within 30 though the company imposed As one of the conditions of Tho agreement for the Settle ment of Tho trouble that All the new men should be treated with consideration by the old the agreement provides for the hear ing of grievances and a resort to arbitration in Case the men and the com Pany cannot and it also provides for the reinstatement of practically so per cent of the old men at the a Seetot those who have been guilty of being placed on Tho waiting fever raging at ing president of Yale preached his last baccalaureate before the graduating classes of the Aca Demic and scientific the occasion the fiftieth anniversary of president Dwight own gradual Many of his old classmates were in the the graduating class occupied the greater part of the body of Bettell All of them wore the academic and with them were Many visitors from out of president Dwight address was largely of a retrospective and personal a the close of the Sermon president Dwight addressed a valedictory in the most solemn and impressive manner his thirty three since cases and five Deal outbreak i at Santiago de thirty three cases of yellow fever with five deaths were officially reported since the beginning of the present one of the death i occurred in the fifth in the other four fatal cases were Captain a popular medical for three Days the cubans have been conducting a patriotic the festival of san in Honor of the Victory won there by the american troops Over the the Cele has been remarkable for the absence of the american Flag and for the nonparticipation of the better class of the cubans one spaniard was nearly killed by the president attended i together righteousness and peace before tear lob meal no or p brushing Jey Laid tie Cornerstone of new m11u of the ber Kihler Cotton i Delalli of the president and Mckinley and our Cut Liz on Citize Villip is political the source of our it is our strength an our it on party returned to Washington Mckinney a condition was said not j to j june j Mckinley and party left for the hissing mines not to him who is ton last night owing to the indisposition j humbled by any Way or by any of who has a president Mckinley Laid the Corner Stone of the new Mills of the Berkshire Cotton manufacturing company North june president Mckinley Mckin Ley and their friends had a rest Ful the Early hours were devoted to read ing the papers and walking in the i spacious during the Forenoon the party took a returning m time for i later the president and among i kingdom of god and fill them general went to a Ball the Law a that what is is will find Itaw Jinto this Law acts As the Chissi of the Tco Tor on the Marble it moves then and changes were a magician or woman where tears and Strong Fesefe the Only company Yon per Sonal history after ahm Fiat and should Yon Man or Generi washing women o a Happy out care or a corresponding change in the physical lines of would if a Perton in in base a Gek that bit to Irin who Humblet Iii most Hev Dean i in the and on the Denver j the heart u 6trong the resignation if spirit of self sacrifice were what it should there a 3 hat displayed by Tho Christi Antof Tho j palpable transfiguration a i Tho nations of the Earth would be soon Cuce n Toje magnetic it Paul what Call the of Par will be under the necessity of keeping r sunday up a steady flow of recruits from the j Mckinley uni United states if general Otis desire 13 Guj Day the min members of president voice often choked with he advised the Young men to Lead Christian and Itiat even their trials would prove blessings from the almighty to tackle the to be complied t the recruiting reports rated an ability on their part to Supply men a More than 1 it is to meet general Otis needs in the while As for the j the department has assembled j recruits at san Francisco ready i for transport As As ships can be j asked about the question of for tonal troops in the Philippines secret Reat evil but Ulieru is a danger fronting a to it is that of cutting Down the that Law is creative and pcs agora George cos new shop Slat Boofing work we the general and the president later had a consultation and the general left for new june presi Dent and party Are he guests of on the Way from Spring Man to change Hia naj Field to this place the a Brief Bim to True Stop at famous for its whip r Here the president was Given magnificent whip and it Kin aug its Pincu with other of the whole meaning of the incarnation of Clorist and his redemptive work i Ley received several bouquets from the Young women of the Normal Bishop Samuel Chi Mahler sch of hell Tel religion a commonly taught Iann Fairmount store retail new Bethlehem after a Brief Stop at where i a process of the kept the president and All his party in doors Alm stall of the fore but it cleared up in Tho afternoon and Mckinley attended services at Tho congregational j where the Penni preach cd on tie War for righteousness and his argument was that a struggle is necessary the presidential party attended the sunday school inn Jedi Long said All the troops general exercises of Otis needed would be sent to but i Atchly general Otis had up to this time the platform with who trained from asking for besides a of the sunday Little could be accomplished during the Rainy season in the Way of Active Cam number of governors of and Othera will attend the Chi Cago at Secretary Easley of the civic federation of under Whoso auspices a conference will be held in to con Sider trusts and combinations and legis lation for their received hundreds of letters from prominent men All Over the accepting invitations to be present at the among those who signified their intention of the Sermon and sat on j attending the conference in or who will be represented Are governors Pingree conclusion of these exercises Al banking Points of the United states old coupons and All Donsa Bonds it highest Triy loaned on approved be fit on Deposit or Tiaris St allowed on time o on All oct Tasile Points Alec Brough mails or at would be an account with Opu i one to Parrot near Shumi itt at the the president returned to Plu Ketts House and in the afternoon he took a Carriage ride with his the balance of the afternoon was passed in a quiet All the party Are enjoying very Good except she contracted a cold on the trip from from which she has not yet Alger not to the Demon station was fully As great at Adams was president and Mckinley took kit ridges to plan Ketts the remainder of the party Dent Mckinley and party enjoyed a Steamer ride Down the River to this Plisco where there were receptions and a about 4 the party will leave Springfield for by special South Juno president besides participating in the commencement i excises at mount Holyoke College tuesday by awarding the diplomas to Tho senior among whom was his miss Grace Awe Ted in a Brief address the degree of doctor of civil conferred upon him by the Holyoke in conferring a degree upon the followed closely after Smith College at North the trustees of which on Mon Day night informed the president that they had voted to Confer upon Liim the degree of mysteries Are being gradually you need not wait for the completion j of the j Kansas trl Linte of our As an honest Uijun you would not withhold from a fellow Man but a j be to him from do not j the tribute of your life that is due from you to Milton the a eel of i when our life seems empty and j we need christianity will j make a Man but it will make Lim Christ is or we have found him or i Hoyd j j Only when we realize christs Sicri icing love for is individually can we be lifted ont of a life of selfishness into a one style and atals fisc shop near the Lartin hotel y Agency Biff Isiais Piaker Tundra work done and Guam Pillow to look like ladies prices Are Pur shop every tuesday returns on the june Otis detailed report of the conditions exist ing in the Philippines was considered very satisfactory at the War it is Fiken to mean that general Otis will not now prosecute a Campaign on i account of the Rainy except j where the insurgents make it necessary j to defend the territory now in Possession of the United that portion of the dispatch telling of among Pipinos that the present policy of the j United states will not be upheld was j regarded As of great it is i believed that when Tho filipinos see there is no Hope of their recognition by the United states they will give up the the absence of any suggestion As to More troops being needed was taken to mean that general Otis did not believe they could be used to Vantage at the cablegram said june adjutant j Rainy Little Inland campaigning possible in we occupy Large portion tagalog lines stretching from inns South to san Fernando nearly go and to eastward into Laguna in surgent armies have suffered great losses and Are scattered Only Large Force held together about in tar Lac province and Northern their scattered forces in bands of 50 to 5uo in portions of Luzon in Vite and Batangas provinces could june i semble possibly though the Railroad sized from recent defeat mass of peo ple terrorized by insurgent de sire peace and american Protection no longer flee on approach of our unless forced by but lately Welcome them no recent burning of towns population within our lines be so indicated to Xot unfriendly to at sunday Secre tary Alger returned to the to callers at his House during Tho evening the Secretary talked freely re Garding his announced candidacy for senatorial honors Aud of the pm Ted statements of Tho probability of his leaving Tho Cabinet because of is Alli Ance with governor it has been is opposed to the administration of president he made it Plain to his Nuest Vouers that he did not propose to resign on this As he does not consider his candidacy for the Senate any reason Why he should not continue to hold his position As a member of the governor the Secretary is for president Mckinley and All the Cassatt in full elected president of com i Uii Siml jul elected president of the Pennsylvania the corporation which operates the lines West of Pitts a Missatt succeeds the late Frank and this action places him in control of the entire taking up land in Tivai Cassatt was also elected president Tion extensively kept out Manila As of the Chicago r of Good come Johw much As As City population be great to be cared natives Southeast Luzon coming to drive out insurgents Only Hope insurgent leaders is United states they proclaim near overthrow present administration to be followed by their Independence and recognition by United this is the influence which enables them to hold much con and Louis railway the Panhandle route to succeed Charles Pugh and Shortridge were elected directors of the Cumber land Valley Railroad to fill Tho Macau cies caused by the death of Frank Rico Sou and major Breiman at the War de of Roosevelt of new Stanley of Kan Sayers of mount of Fancher of Thomas of Tanner of Mclaurin of Mcmillan of porn Tor of Nebraska and Lee of South Dakota John professor of political Columbia new York professor of political and expert in trusts and combinations for Industrial commission president commercial travellers National league Francis president National exporters association Max pres ident Board of new and Henry statistician interstate Commerce commission members of the interstate Commerce Bersoff the Industrial Willis j president Northwestern travel ing mens association James Odou president International association of machinists attorney general Davies of new Rucker of South Hicks of Monett of Douglass of Remley of Davis of Bellinger of South Bishop of Taylor of Indiana and Goddard of Kan commissioner of labor Thomas Rixey of George Secretary and treasurer of International society of machinists a governor Hoard of president Farmers National Congress John chief Bureau Indiana Rich Ard professor of political econ University of and John commissioner labor in acknowledging the receipt of an invitation to a Secretary of Sterling Morton of be Lyman Abbott and others wrote letters of attorney general Mousett of Ohio fears he May not be Able to be present on account of having to attend the but he says he will try to be present and participate in such a Way As i May be Able along the lines that i am especially interested Kauts acts this prevents such Ashful Slove Tor dam i threatened by the wishes of tenth i Idionea Maui Tention prevails j apartment received the following Nunt remains Trade with Juno Fairmount Prabhi pity civil government remains not in our former source of insurgent Revenue now interdicted not certain of Wisdom of this As people in those ports Are with out Supply of food Aud merchants suf Fering losses meditate although insurgents reap Tho courts Here in successful operation under direction of Able Fili affairs in other islands comparatively quiet awaiting results in All Oswego anxious for Trade and repeated Calls for to the legislature to represent the North troops am giving Len District of Cayuga attention to Jolo archipelago and Paha wan our troops have worked to limit of Volunteer organizations called in re who now occupy adjutant major first died at 1 this morning Brights Dis ease ill three Veteran editor at Ira editor of the Cayuga aged 08 Brown was City editor of Tho Utica Herald for Sev eral years and afterwards editor of Tho Sweeto in 1872 he was elected Pacsy Pansyl p transports re a Beeper May go to june tary of gave indirect co Ufler Nat in to the report that general wheelers to be assigned to duty in returned srem Liora say they want to re out it san june executive committee in charge of the arrange ments for the reception of the tenth Pennsylvania volunteers held another meeting yesterday afternoon in the of fice of mayor representatives of nearly All Tho towns and Bor Ongos interested in the Home coming of the soldiers were quartermaster Nelson Kusk and Henry former tenth expressed Tho opinion that the boys would prefer to be mustered ont at ban but if the citizens made proper arrangements 90 per cent come to Pittsburg in a body after mastered after some discussion Over the mastering Cut Point mayor Diehl thought it advisable to appoint a committee to meet the Secretary of and the president to ascertain can be done toward bringing june Admira Kantz reported his arrival at san fran Cisco by Telic Hapli to the Navy depart Bat made no report on Sar Noan this probably will be commit Ted to the his official superiors arc fully satisfied with his conduct while at the Admiral retain assignment As o the forces on the Pacific am the Philadelphia will be retained in though necessary repair Aud Docking will be made at there was a disposition in All Diplo Matic up garters concerned in Samoa t accept the action of the High cominis Sion As mainly because the commission had been on the ground had heard All the and was presumably Best Able to determine the Means of adjusting the Many conflict ing the Secretary of state received a ois Patch from the Bartlett Tripp United states commissioner at saying that peace had been restored in Tho Island the commission had sustained the decision of chief Justice Chambers in the contested Case of the election of the King that Malietoa Tann has resigned the kingship was to be abolished and a provisional government Admiral Kantz first action upon arriving at Apia was to decide that chief Justice Chambers must be the commission having found that Chambers decision was it follows that Tho admirals action was also Cor and so the talk of preference of claims against the United states for damages resulting from his action will come to Dejaml for there is a demand in this age for a Faith to inspire courage of con that pales not nor faints under any circumstances and that demands loyalty to truth above every other con trim Bill Christina Christian strength comes not when the san Ehinea and daily work is like an unbroken song of but when the heavens and the storm and there is no music in the air except As to make it Kansas Down of the Golden when religion and Art go band in hand Down into the Sam to provide the Model dwelling and the Public Park and there minister to the souls needs with a sane and practical gospel of human and divine love and we May Hope for the dawning of the Golden Robert co Grega of Follett secret of a True Mother is one of the holiest secrets of Home god sends life of Helf Only then can a j have Power and effectiveness in Chrisi tinn evil when tin evil spirits come knocking at the door of on or rather when they Force open the door without Knock As their custom to want to to Able to summon him who alone has the Power to gently Rind silently expel John Church of new oar it is our duty not Only to be Good and do while we but to live is Long As we can with that object in it is our duty to throw every safeguard lives of doing on utmost to banish diseases and pestilence and not attributing to Providence that which can justly charged to neglect and indifference when a Man claims conversion and follows it up by restoring ill gotten Hia net produces in effect which amazes even the must sarcastic and hardened there is nothing to Norwood Good lick Cream Complete pm realy Ichardson artiest line c in torn tailor made is can do which will cause others to Bej Heve in the sincerity of on repentance i and the Power and truth of on holy re Ligion More than i Henry j Una Vernal christianity pertains entirely to mans the Lack of individuality is j the cause of All social More of j the Universal individuality would end so is there strife Between the Sony within the Man and the Man but when Universal individuality is trained this and All the Happi Ness possible opens to George i Lilun of tic the idea of the perfect is in some sense present in All when the vision of Liberty Dawna fully upon some that Scal is idealized As a a no a the a a it Means that there is above Man the finitely and in Man Tho the of Tho Ever becoming life of the Peoples and in Lorn in Mcna there is n cellar in every mans life he can go there if he he can go Down into that Aud close the i vex shutters and bar the windows and Bolt j is a Froian in s when we came to new Bethlehem we hoped oar Hopes have been More for we Edh we Are truly thankful to o and we shall use every Endeavor to continuation of the patronage so ally we wish now to v your att fiction to tie and varied Stock general All of which we Are sell org at the our store is Well Are Able to compete to the City a without losing Many Bea Tifal things into Many Noble no Bleesing is Rich Al than that which he bestows in a Mother who has sptes Jeong Wel Saiid Sai the meaning of j her Twefi it is so so dark that does j not alter at All the fact that there is a parlor in that mans that it is Fairi y ablaze with Sunshine and that he j ought to be living Jame a plot re of heaven is a real not the Nir Vana of the not the thought land of the not the in definite universe idea of the modern but area place and it is bean Tinl beyond All of Lan Guage to described in heaven every you Are i at
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