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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - January 9, 1903, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Disposal of the dead a problem in cities Page of the records of London and Paris contains examples of the desecration of abandoned and there is hardly a City in the old world that has not disturbed at least one of these resting places of their Chilom in our towns of rapid the cemetery of today becomes the heart of a Metropolis tomorrow the Demoli Tion of graveyards in new York and Boston has been a frequent occur rence until it fails to attract at when the Colon cemetery of Havana became the cubans found it necessary to Clear it of and promiscuously shovelled them into common it pre which now Are annexed to new and constitute the geographical Center of the enlarged might increase in population if it were not for the proximity of vast and dreary enamel a Law to Public health provided forty years ago that no grave be dug or opened South of eighty sixth and that no cemetery be opened in any part of the City and county of new this should be enforced and applied not to greater new York but to the Terri tory within a radius of 1uo Miles around every populous people who insist on their inanimate bodies inviolate should have them carried to a distance where they can seated an aspect so ghastly that i neither inconvenience nor injure the Wood concluded to cover the pit and who need the and Are reopen it Only for the next overflow natural heirs of the famous of expected in about five j rite Rural like mount in certain cemeteries of Lon Auburn Greenwood new corpses Are buried in standing and Laurel i postures because no room is left to could be transformed admirable Lay them bodies of the poor monuments of architectural Beauty might remain generally Are packed Over each other in and the Trench is kept open i others might be replaced by Trees spot of those upon whose dust they the loth to desecrate the grave of a have until in the poverty Corner of with suitable tablets to Mark the Calvary cemetery this has been the customary treatment of the remains of where Calvary harbours eighty corpses to j adopted a similar and thereby every living the Convent have made the cemeteries of Constan ent villages of Elmhurst and i sinople attractive to once parts of j Windmuller in municipal scientific men Are rebuffed by Sultan a very Fine sermons to the Surprise was manifested at the i banus to defray the sex information received from reuses of the Liy was or Nople that the Sultan of Turkey had j he re turn pm to again refused a firn in or Permish As the representative of Sion to an american name Banks to several american include excavate Tel a Mountain at out nine hours ride Northeast of the of Vrh Ere a tradition of the country has it that the Tomb of Abraham is Diere arc two of these so called Tombe of Abraham in this the one Banks desired to excavate an the other Southwest of Babylon where tradition says the Tower i e Babel was inter est is a cached to both places owing j to the re ins of buildings of an ancient j natives of it 13 sail that people and to the traditions 5nvesteu Banks Consul at the them by the arabs and but j Cit of Bagdad to Inri rred the is do not believe that i of the either Isth site of the Tomb of Agrait at the University locating the last resting place that it is problematical whether of the patriarch of the children of j Banks will Ever secure permission to Israel in the Cave of near excavate in any part of the ottoman in where Abraham although the Sultan Lias Al in is he applied to Porte for to was made by the it is the religious associations of the Tinb of Many if the believing thai the is the place Olthai in second Kinaj in the is really site of the burying piano of Abra in addition Tho of the 3ody of priest unearthed after four thousand the German Oriental society has seen most successful in its explorations at abuser in and most interesting were distributed Imong the Berlin museums during the North of one of the most important discoveries was perfectly preserved Mummy of Jen pm he High priest of the who 3ied about years before the body was found in a family Ivsich also contained the remains of Ais priest and Reader and their Only three tombs of such an age have been found in Good preservation Dur ing the last and this is the first time that the contents have been brought safely to Jen Lay in Ais coffin enveloped in a Brown Linen just As he had been placed there years in accordance Svith the fashion of the he Small Side and a longer tuft on his and his eyes Are made to appear unnaturally Long by Means of the careful application of the which is Large and parted Down the has a bluish tint verging on and must originally have been the color of Lapis in imitation of the hair worn by egyptian the Mummy was lying slightly on the left As egyptians sleep to and the head rested on sup port As is still in use in the the eyes Are turned toward the rising two staffs were found beside the and a Little wooden buried his wife two years ago who is a graduate Rorri made of ways been cordial toward exploring especially those from and at present a party of told of school shrewd answers Given by tots in sex the word govern was on the Board and the pupils were asked to name derivatives governor seas and there were Many who could give such examples of its Bates is Crane is but when governale and ungovernable were mentioned there was no proper example of their use As the children seemed j to have no acquaintance with them at at last one held up a hand and said with i know Gaston is Gaston was the Defeated candidate for governor of Massachusetts atthe recent on another Day exercises in draw ing being in one child was told to draw a person sitting in a when called up some time she showed a sketch of a or a very Small standing at the Side of a As tall Only As the seat of the said the Why you make this person sitting in the As i told you to said the when you called me up was just going to Bend transcript forts to from the i German scientists Are at work not Sultan of Turkey to excavate the or or City of Chaldee on the Western ban of the it is said that John Rocke Felleti contributed to the fund which far from where Banks desired to sex there Are now some Sis europeans in the Buddhist Priesthood in rapid Progress being made by the South ies in 1000 there were Between the Progress of the during recent years is one of the wonders of the Between 1sso and 1900 the population of the South increased j but in the from to or 44 per same period the capital in 1s90 and 1900 the South gained s3d Cotton against a gain of in the Cotton but in the same period Southern manufactured and min eral products increased in value from to or 157 per farm values grew from to farm ing is As is shown by the fact while the acreage in increased in the two decades but 12 per the crop increased s2 per the average per acre is nearly two bushels higher than the average for the whole the Hay and oat crops about and the Cotton output increased Over 99 the value of the crop of Cotton in seed was the Rice and sugar crops much More than and the product of Southern tobacco is 70 per cent of that of the entire the Rural population is accordingly fairly and its gain in numbers Between 1890 and 1900 was much larger than that of All the rest of the United 1880 there were 161 Cotton Factor to Mark 1ngalls his Friend seek for a Stone such Aske the grave of the late John Ingalls at Vernon cemetery will be marked by a native Bowlder deposited in Kansas soil in the glacial according to an Dis Patch in the Louis this will be done in obedience to a manufacturing increased from to but Oil rolling furniture and other woodworking Mills have also sprung up As if by an epitome of the manufactures of the South shows manufacturing establishments in with a capital of against establish ments in with a capita of the value of product has grown from to the mining output in 1900 was against 646 in the lumber Industry has also increased this Industrial Progress has resulted largely from the expansion of j the railway systems and the improve ment of Harbor Southern ports increased their exports since 1sso by per this being a sequel of the increase of Southern railway mileage from Miles to a growth of 143 per the growth of but 98 per cent in the rest of the As a lantern to show us the Way to an other our ground in the cemetery should have a i hate these Obel urns and Stone and should prefer a great natural Rock one of the red boulders known As tha lost rocks of the porphyry from the brought Down in glacial a Small surface smoothed just Large enough to Garfield at the Republican National Conven Tion in 1s80 the Elaine half Breeds to use the nomenclature of the Day and the Grant 306 in hugged each other in a death crushed each other and Garfield scampered off with the nomination for when leaving Washington to attend the convention As Leader of the Sherman Gar Field was asked by John Randolph Tucker of Virginia whom Are you going to nominate Garfield is said to have loved they Wera far asunder in but there were love and affection and intellectual kinship Between the virginian and the Garfield put his Arm around tuckers shoulders and whispered keep your eyes on and so it Garfield became president and Blaine took the Secretary ship of to keep his hand on the Helm his friends to watch the peril j Vian guano his enemies re letter to Rich mond letter written in the Senate chamber make a Tablet in which should be in at to Ingalls in the letter Fol lows the cold wave has passed off and the morning is like the world is so Lovely at its Best this lifers so delightful that i dread the thought of leaving i have seen and experienced so Little of what May be seen and known that it seems like closing a volume of which i have Only glanced at the title what an uncivil Host life to invite us to an entertainment which we Are compelled to attend whether we like it or and then to unceremoniously take us by the Arm and Bow us out into the Stormy and to go item bling about without so much sorted the Bronze letters of our and nothing a Stone such As described is now being the melted place the Coin in half a Walnut Shell and fill the Shell with a mixture of three parts of powdered one part of flour of Sulphur and a Little Well Light and when the mixture is melted it will be seen that the Coin is also the Shell not having sustained any the receiver is sometimes As bad a the actions Are crystallized when the tide is the boats Lay stranded on the tangled with dark and Green a desolate and dreary As far As the Eye could reach the tide was How changed the View when Day is done the boats Rode gayly in the their White sails nodding As in kissed by the setting Sun the tide was thus Many a in want and woe lies stranded on the Barren Shore but god is god More take for we know the tide is com Lar Ana lifted from the rocks and Shoals we sail upon the sunlit sea Leht opens on eternity Sweet rest for weary the tide is Book of Comfort for quite a successful business by pre paring obituary albums has been built up by a new York he has daily newspapers from Dif Ferent cities of the and clips from them obituary then he approaches surviving relatives to see if they will not buy an album prepared from these and the letters of condolence they May have to has fixed prices for everything each obituary clipping is 5 telegrams and cards Are 10 cents John Mackay has two of three albums prepared from the notices about her there Wera Over clippings about Sam Uel Babcock and Bert Reiss were also subjects for voluminous the average Lake Trout lays eggs each and the a greater there Are More things done without motive in this world than Are dreamed of by the police International lesson comments for january i subject Christi in 113 memory g3 commentary 011 the Lay the epistle to the philippians was written from just be fore Pauls release from his imprison it is full of tender affectionate thin Shureb very dear to Paul several times they sent him Mousy to relieve his our lesson is a vivid picture of the possibilities of Christian Liv if its teachings were carried out by All Christendom the millennia glory would speedily be and the kingdom of Christ Avold be victorious in the this epistle reveals something of the character of the Church at Paul wrote nothing to by was if their great love for the apostle had caused them to Send Epaphro Litus to Rome with gifts to purport him in and Paul sent this letter of them when the Messen Ger we see the peace and Jov that filled the Sou of the Areat Anict How important that the same labor together in Christian work avoid All dissensions there is much differ ence of opinion As to whom the apostle Here some think Epaphro Ditus is others think the elder or Bishop of the Church is and that Paul is urging him to Hep the women just named to a reconciliation of their differ still others think that the Xor re which Mentis Yok Efel should Here be rennere1 a proper help these Joeln Euodias and they from the earliest times women have rendered valuable assistance in the propagation of the the gospel opens wide the door of Chris inn activity to Bishop of pome shortly alter the death of a ctr Nyrl tic wrote an epistle to the Corinth is Lieh is still the Book of the Register Book of those whose citizenship is in heaven Luke 10 20 anciently free cities had a Roll Hoole the names of All those having the right of Citi exhortations to the whole Church Kei Oice in the True Joy pan Only be found in the Al even in the midst of afflictions and there is a Joy in the end this but this is not the believers Joy towers above All external Circum and May always even in the most distressing tote Niay and should 1 this verse is a Joy is one of the fruits of the spirit 5 3 it is the natural Resur of peace with god i the nature of the christians Al not in the 2 in this his his the christians Joy should lie 11 oort is 2 the Way to god is always there Are a Nav benefits to be moderation mild the word Means it is the erace which is slow to take offensend Swift to forgive which suffers wrong rather than those who Are expecting a Saviour from whom they need clemency May Well show All men that they Are of a like Christian does not exact All the claims of Legal equity is Superior to Legal enact should be evident in dealing with All should be practice As conscious of Tho near Advent of it is a sorry spectacle when christians a peal to the civil courts to Settle their Dif in nothing be Sec 6 there is a care of Diligence which is our and consists in a Wise forecast and due but there is a care of which is our sin and and which Only perplexes and distracts the by the True anti dote is that constant prayer which carries great and with no to supplication presents specific to the thanksgiving which should accompany prayer is and should cover Al past prayer makes known our desires to god and casts our cares and burdens Ripon peace of this follows As a natural it is the rest and Confidence which god gives to those who sur Render All into hi3 see John 14 27 119 165 20 shall keep at a watchman guards a the heart is the seat of the of the desires and the even our or Pur Are to be in order for us to be the Happy recipients of gods love anal favor it will be necessary for us to tale the course Here outlined by the ability to discern truth from error is Here Freedom from freshly impurity which defiles body and it denotes in every part of whatever is spoken Well of among Zooi let your thoughts dwell upon that which is Virtu Ous and in tins verse we have the science of Christian these things the apostle is so conscious that in All these things he Lias followed that he does not hesitate 10 commend i life to them As worthy of what they saw in him was he same As they had heard from thankfulness for the gift sent rut 1 there need proof of their regard in the Relief sent by awoke in the apostle a holy they in their like a tree putting Forth fresh they had helped him had ceased their care of but they had for a Long time lacked an Opportunity of manifesting i have the apostle does not say he had not Heck in but he had Learned to Reret adversity with that cheerfulness Ivsich the Grace of god in the heart can i know he had been in poverty and and Azain he had abounded with he knew the two and was not cast Down in the one or elated in the he took whatever came us from the i can Paul from knowledge to ability came through Faith in thought wronged if preaching was not at Lorimer Tremont monday at the monthly meet ing of the congregational Leon Vincent spoke on Kings of the colonial giving a history of the Mather family and their he the puritans were always craving Tor learning and and that they had no sooner landed in America than they began making the continual studious Ness of the said is what makes new England today the great hive of books and be sides studying the puritans spent their spare time in persecuting Here tics and drinking Strong but the Only habit of the three that has Clung to their descendants is that of thy sermons were and in an hour the minister usually Only got started an old record says Hooker preached two hours and seventeen minutes while not feeling How Long he would have talked if he was in Good health a har Vard student wrote of a minister that preached to the students he preached two and much to out he had to the people paid to hear sermons on the tacit condition that the preacher would speak a certain length of the and Lence would look at the san Glass w Sec that they got their moneys Vincent said Cotton Mather probably the smartest boy in the and at the age of eighteen he had received his degree from his own president of har the subject of his thesis was Vowel Points Are divine in people in these Days did not consider fasts As great at one fast certain men prayed a number of and then biscuits were distributed and three different kinds of liquor were Cotton Mather went fishing one Day and fell into shallow Mather was very and As soon As he got out of the water he May god help me to know what is tha meaning of ail this he spent three Days in his room trying to make his peace with Boston the railroads of Australia there seems something wrong with the not Long ago the state railway authorities in had to investigate Case of a guards Leav ing Bis walking along the foot clambering up the and making a furious assault upon the the train going at full Speed All the they Are now inquiring into another curious in this Case somebody forgot to fix the coup Lings Between the engine and Tho when the signal was Given the engine steamed out of the station by leaving carriages and Passen Gers in the station Mas porters and spectators but without the engine ran for six Miles before it was discovered that it had nothing behind it the most Dis quieting feature of the incident was that it passed several signal boxes without receiving any warning to now longing for which suggests an old but hardly complimentary when the Frost is on the window and the pail is when Tho Little icy Needles come from every breath that chilblains make us faint and cold feet give us its Safe to bet that we All for Slimmer Days for while we sweat and fume around in Gauzy sum Mer its easy enough to get cooled As everybody knows but its different the Tho world is full of and Tho weather is As hard As a pair of loaded we May talk about our and about our Springs and but Tho Balmy Days of summer Are Tho Daya that suit us All among the Bleda shot recently near waa a Stormy petrel is there no Symbol of the land to a floating some Strug nothing to break the solemn round expanse of this awful Brave ship to bail upon the unknown track Brave souls that dark Brave hearts that Toi gins though storm and quid turn not let us go Aith i Row fearful is this scene yet Many a time in London town Ivo known an More amid and faces dark have Felt such la Artacho an one knows not what loneliness Akin in that White of hungry god where William Ordway tossed Coin for a about two years ago a Boston Beauty was beloved by two one a the other a both had asked her but she knew not to which one to give her Accident brought the two to Gether at a dinner party and the lady frankly told her swains she could not decide Between and with a she asked if either had a Silver Quarter in his if so they might toss up and the Winner would no sooner said than done and the Coin rang Down on the Tho lawyer won and she mar ried in twelve months he died and recently the Ladys friends received cards announcing her marriage to the the idea of Maurice Grau toils a Story about n sheriff from Dawson who crossed with him from Europe a smoking Cabin group was ii Cussins the eccentricities of the american Cli this was resented by the Sher i dont he Why americans persist in talking against their own it gives persons on the other Side a very wrong everywhere went i was asked about the intense cold in the i contradicted of i have there nearly All my and i assure you that in Winter it is Seldom More than 71 de Grees j add son physician cwt for Ampter or Adarve diff Takeh 4 embalm 80s Broad new d satisfactory Venice in All kinds of Dentler try a of the Publio patronage the dental Parlours above drag a to in of twixt Fern scaly eau Lustra in hair tonic to True valor knows when to will font person Mil of m thin or to this information strictly eau lust ale hair tonic is a scientific Thrett fails to strengthen hair i luxurious win brings the dead hair we Truthy Scalp 6 s5 a 16 51 a Scalp ointment sew Teeth extracted wit Loul Gold porcelain 23 Yean in Craig near the up i physician and j office in citizens National Bank Wood office hours front 8to 10 to 3 7 to 9 All galls promptly answered Day or surgeon for Pennsylvania j Road physician Calls answered o ice in Corbetta drug Corner Broad Lafayette hair and Sculp hair separate for and 124 13th insurance Andrews Wood a ten i firs class write or Call at my Lime i Blake firs class service guaranteed new at several desirable properties 1 Fly of her on West end of pen n of Licet i Kair omit my joining new Bethlehem Borough and Glass several dwellings and vacant lots in new Kei Lehem and South All of which will be sold on easy also n Hue farm of 125 acres in Porter Clit i Iii All underpaid with Iron Ore Ami also h Beautiful level farm Aorta in Uin Feltone Clarion adjoining the Village of Public Roui from new Bethlehem to Carrion divides the Fin buildings plenty of Good capable of for further particulars enquire of West end of boart near the cleanings in Tho inn Lars of Are Cornell univer Siiss to sinter shows 290s students Liverpool Ikis just if Eivia its first consignment of mahogany from aus denies Slio Iris ends Send is naval sin Lrons to and to cipro Are Twenty one Hoys for every seventy nine Able seamen in the British Channel two women tramps passed Ali Rouslin a few Days Riding on the Iron rods under a Box the duty on automobiles in Russia ranges Between eighteen and rubles to nce Ordino to the railway Bridge at Lias a can washed away by a in dded in the River duo to heavy from military service on payment of a sum of Money is to be abolished by the next Spanish All the Coal mines West of Green River in Kint Wifky Pur chased for by a beaded by Pierpont according to a cablegram from Lon England is about to follow the Lead of Belgium and France Aud have an automobile rail in 4dd Iro Ensrud cd making while outliers make Needles and 10t4 nearly All arc married or there were thirty nine plus Makins plants in operation in Ohio during the past employing hands and pay Hiff out in of thu Sive of salaries paid office there is much anxiety Felt in Mexico among the including the wage earners salaried Over the Cost of which is consid ered entirely out of proportion to the in loan by the new Bethlehem building and loan shares instalments si00 per month on Eack l for further Call on John dealer in pianos and organs and other musical up Odate in an australian theater recently a Man arose in the front Row of the Gal Lery during the third act and remarked this is a bad and the act ing is even worse than the tha leading actor came to footlights and retorted youve no right to in if you dont like go out excuse rejoined the Mal t have Tho right to criticise what i have paid if i buy a Pound ii butter and find it is bad i say i have bought shillings Worth of this and it is an i want my Money at this Point a Stal wart attendant language and smash ingot furniture eventually the Champion of play goers rights emerged triumphant from the holding a shilling on he exclaimed its All right Ive got my Money the play now pro Medicine As a profession for women is constantly growing in popularity in women now holding medi Cal degrees in great Britain number More than Petroleum has been Dia corred about forty attention Given to tuning and regulating of pianos by who has been in the employ of the Lester piano tha last two Kew Chichester English pennyroyal pills chxche9ters xxx lots in sold metallic sealed with take no re Toie Dan from to Claona and Butof Yard or in stamp for and for Kumf by return Salin ail chios Steb 81o8 attn Lorron Railroad Al Buffalo in a oct May Eastern Standard ii stations c s Assi i o z 15jf9 00 ii 9 2i 11101 9 40 f 1122 4 18 summer Villa Fuller Keyno Levile do Penn Flold Orlf Woodar 11 4sj 1 13i 6 Byj ii 55i 1 25 6 4u t i 1 5b a2 stations f h Emilli Iii 1 i m Driftwood m 6 h i do k 6 1 3 Reynold still i 14 1 s3 35 Brookville i 15 s 0 1 Summerville i 7 30 f9 k 12 7 47 f9 w k 25 hat Thorn 7 j2 28 Oak 22j if7 s8i i be Milchem 8 01 9 w red pm Teaburg a 831 8 10 233 806 330 1530 15 05 5 12 527 k 43 800t 880 6 16 6x2 685 ass f641 84a 714 725 it 60 700 7 42 4 80 f8 12 k 500 5 is ssi 835 Sag 5il 818 Gao marked run Dally of daily uncut Sun i sunday f Tiff aut Tonat train on troll troja Between bed Bank and per time and Oona olt ticket

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