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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - August 8, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania R emf it Ai the of eur and i w the forerunner Otina n to and an All it feeling even comes Lic fire the herbirn1 by its prompt stimulative on the drives the malaria ont of purifies the up the and restores Doc at Cor belts drug oratory As it flows in the Halls of Tell from if you Are buying you fms nuke sure of their being Linen or not by it very simple moisten tip tip of one of your fingers and then on the if it Otto through at once the fabric is but if it a Cotton several seconds will elapse before the threads Are sat to dumb Dallob Steep the dandelion Flowers in boiling water for five then Strain off the pressing the Flowers sweeten to taste and add Brandy in the proportion of a pint to every four Gali ions of put in uncorked bottles j and keep in a Cool place until fermentation draw off and one cent a word to sell cof baking Liberal grand Union Tea 33 Long sell 10 shares of Stock in the Hawthorn pottery for particulars address Joe 17 Hazel nov5 for a 10 Boom House for Sale on East main Street inquire at this Sale Cleveland Cha inless bicycle of last inquire at this that Beautiful Loae comes from the varnish in anguish floor paint costs 5 Cente More a quart sold by Moore a the publisher of this paper is Able to make the following unheard of offer to to a new subscribers to the hindi and ail old ones paying one year in and fifty cents he will give the illustrated life William bound in written by the noted author Murat hoi and which Sells through agents for to agents getting us two new sub scribers at we will present a copy of this valuable j Addison physician Otter on the Day or 308 Broad new rheumatism backache dropsy gravel fenners kidney at backache cure All bladder and urinary first National Bank of new president asst Geo t Tismeu anneal talking draft Points of the United Sites Muf All Clra government bought m highest hone loaned on approved Toney received on do Pait payable or allowe1 on time my made on All acc Wible All i transacted through mails or express would be pleased you open an account with open n to 4 kidney cure repair and Exchange writers camb serve you or 1tpbihter humorous and thrilling speeches appear in the congressional strange request of a pleased him to read about dead the late Cush Man Davis by Champ very Many estimable Persona fallen into the error that the congressional record is Dull and profitless on the few publications afford More valuable instruction or More pleasant and no for it contains the results of the literary and Legal investigations of 450 senators and assisted by i secretaries and other to say nothing of an occasional essay by the president of the United Cabinet ministers and Heads of depart the record contains samples of every sort of oratory Ever devised by the wit of hupa in it May be found speeches put Tneia to sleep As surely As opium and others which stir the heart like strains of martial funeral people chuckle when they peruse this letter to a representative from one of his constituents Send me some i like to read about dead congressmen in asking for congressional eulogies he had no idea that he was preferring a request for specimens of exquisite yet that was precisely what he was in a recent Magazine article Thomas Reed says the funeral oration must have had and did have its origin in far no time i has Ever been and no time can Ever be j when the closing of life will cease to be its great in Congress the funeral oration still and much eloquence still pervades the Halls when death of course there is much uttered which makes the judicial but there is also much which is worthy of the which after Are themes which involve All of this world and All of its with All the possibilities of the land across the barriers of which the dead Man has been Cushman the funeral orations in the Senate touching the life and character of Cush than Davis of Minnesota were of an unusually High order of speak ing of the Mimer us deaths in the sen ate and of the High character of Sena tors in senator Hoar of Aiassa Chusett said the As its name has been from rhe with few exceptions an Assembly of old in tace course of nature Many of its Arnern Berd die in that has been True of 38 senators since i came to the Capi a yet larger die soon after they leave of the men with whom i have served in this chamber 53 More Are now Mak ing in All enough and to spare to organize another Senate to that number has Beun added every vice president but upon those who have diet in office eulogies have been pronounced in this chamber and in the the speakers have obeyed the Rule demanded by the decency is of funeral de Mort is Nisi not Ilie command born of a i tenderer pity for i Parce sep Ulto in with j scarcely an the portraiture have been True and j Soldier and i speaking of the relative merits of the soldiers and statesmen of the one i hand and of authors and poets of the senator Hoar uttered these i philosophical remarks j of in this great Century which is just when j our this infant has i been growing from its Cradle to its still Youthful the greatest i place for a live Man has been that of a j Soldier in time of War and that of a j statesman in time of Cushran Davis was he did a mans j full duty in no Man values More j than i do the function of the Man of no Man reveres More than i do the Man of Genius who in a Loving and Way writes the history of a great or the poet torn whose Lyre comes the inspiration which induces heroic action in War and but do not admit that the title of the historian or that of the poet to the gratitude and affection of Mankind is greater than that of the Soldier who saves nations or that of the statesman who creates or pre serves them or who makes them i have no patience when 1 read that famous Speerli of he and Tennyson being on a when he modestly puts Tennyson title to the gratitude of Mankind far above his then prime declared that Tennyson would be remembered Long after be was forgot that May be but whether a Man be remembered or whether he be whether his work be appreciated or whether his work be known or unknown it the time it is is not the test of its greatness or us value to a Mot to be there have been soldiers whose courage saved the any in great decisive Battles when the Fate of nations Hung in the yet whose most enduring Vioti Muentz was the column of smoke we pfc my when their death shot there flare been statesmen whose silent influence has decided the Issue when the country was at the printing the ways of whose service history takes no the great Ohio six Imperial was j Savid to Freedom by the almost unnoticed action of a single with All respect for the Man of i win Are not yet quite ready to admit that the trumpeter is better than the i Soldier or Painter greater than the i i in speaking of senator conversational Powers senator no spark from him was Ever a cinder in the Eye of his a Mot worthy to be remembered and to be quoted Long As out literature defense of funeral Henry Cabot Junior senator from gave this reason and excuse for the funeral Ora Tion in general said one of the Wisest of hath this that it the Gate to Good Fame and extinguished i con meant More by envy than the Mere jealousy of one Man toward an he we May that general Lack of just appreciation from which every Man of especially in Public often suf fers in his and he rightly says that death open eth the Gate to Good which is but another Way of declaring that it is the first attempt to do Justice to a mans career and it is a common error that especially those spoken in the freshness of Are necessarily As Little to be believed As the epitaph held by lord Byron to be typical of false this error Springs from another equally that criticism Means fault whereas True which alone is of consists quite As much in pointing out beauties As in enumerating therefore it Fol lows that the Eulogy fulfils the kindly function of the other having been already amply performed during the lifetime of him whose Virtues Are celebrated in a funeral thus the balance is made and in the two combined looking Down Long hence with Calm and patient will find the Man and do him f in the first burst of sorrow Eulogy is history can be trusted to set it at the worst excess of Praise is a Good for the chances Are very great that the living Man in his Public life got less Praise than he was entitled to and far More of misunderstanding than any one even if he did not endure in his Public service the worst forms Chi my and detraction he is certain to have suffered by comparisons made with a past which never whose Trail ing Clouds of glory Are often conjured up by the envy of which Bacon Speaks in order to make the living Man of the moment look Small and so it Tuny be said that men act wisely to speak Well of the newly for there by they do More than testify to their inasmuch As they in some de Gree help to set the balance straight and thus give their mite toward the advancement of the final senator Daniels to illustrate senator Davis Fine literary senator John Daniel of a master in the Deli Cate and difficult Art of Cicero and Patrick said respecting his Good taste in the fit Ting application of the Fine thoughts of he Seldom need so ready were is 1 May use his own language in reference to an other and say these emblems of is Industry Are Woven into his Stylc like the bees into the Imperial purple of Nap Okons Coronation senator Daniel evidently takes no Stock in the theory that lord Bacon wrote the shakespearean for he says those who have amused themselves in Reading the curious books of the which make laborious Effort to show that Francis Bacon wrote the shakespearean As Well As who find in the masters work inherent evidence of his will sympathize with Davis Sharp re Buke of their heresy where he says kidney diseases Are the Mart fatal of All do or Money l contains remedies used by Emi nent physicians As the Best Foi kidney and bladder porch jury and comes some and says that Here is proof that soak Speare is a Mere alias for Francis it is difficult to touch or let alone this vagary with any one is inclined simply to protest in the words of Shakespeare epitaph Gool Frond Lor Lesus Sake to the dust Encl used and puss deeming All secure against dese cration worse Tolian that which the poet Davis As an senator Davis greatest oratorical performance was his speech delivered on the Field of Gettysburg july at the unveiling of the statue erected by the state of Minnesota to commemorate the charge made there by the first regiment of Minnesota infantry volunteers on july in one sense it was a funeral from Mitch i quote the following excerpts How lovingly Enro bed in her Imperial Mantle of Golden reigns Over this delicious landscape the Refulgente Armor of War now rusts beneath our the Cannon that we Lee Here in position among the ranks which sleep in the invincible array of death Are silent peace now holds an unbroken Sway Over our dear and yet 34 years ago today she fled affrighted from this the fiery chariots of War were reaping Bere her Fields and were gathering a Harvest of men into that Tabernacle of never ending rest wherein All grains and fruits and Lowers and men and All it Lig things must be garnered at nearly men fronted each other neither waged a War of foreign they were deeply rut that brotherhood was an Assurance of fraternal reunion at Somo time when War should cease and the Resistless forces of reconciliation should assert As they have thanks be to him who he of funded and protected this Champ Clark grand John John j j Joseph i Clarion Petit i i j i j j new Clarion i i i i i West i i traverse i i i i i i j new i i Merryman 1 j i i i j j i j i r How Chloride of about a Coupe of in a Basin of water is an excellent thing to remove mildew from Muslin to leave the a tide in about fifteen i William the actor whose recently so curl a denies i that lie is going to marry Julie opium actress who has just 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