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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - May 12, 1899, New Bethlehem, PennsylvaniaS threaten or new Reading of the Defini thai adopted by european diplomacy in in dealings with the chinese got emment for territorial concessions and it in a change due solely to weakness of a once powerful demonstrated in War by the its moral of is still open to despite its general acceptance by governments where morality is supposed to Center the growth of the National wealth during the present it is sex will break the it estimated by careful statisticians tha if the rate of increase of product to during the past two years is maintained the total accumulated Wealtia 1900 will not be far from or More than double the wealth of great in 1860 the wealth of the United states was Esti mated at a More than five fold increase in forty years is a record of wealth producing unmatched in ancient or modern that turned Hin sad lord Kilt know meeting his grief stricken eyes with cold Gray the room is Ower warm for he in a Low with a Strong and they made their Way quite disturbing exciting no a to the first to be Chat Tell on the following at a Ter past Frank Armathwaite Back to the and was shown pack la t t 1 straight into the study where lord Kil with a dark travelling cloak on the table beside was he meted the Young Man with a warm grip of the hand and a rather grim a so you have not decided to desert me after he in a subdued with a sort of cheerless satisfy non Are to take a i am prepared to do whatever you at that moment servant appeared and informed his master that the Phaeton was at the he and signed mat Waite to pass out Feiore they went along the crossed an got into the perfect it is indeed an iconoclastic invasion of modern financial methods into a romantic relic of old English history that would convert the estate of Warwick into a business Corpora its ancient believed to Date in origin from the time King has been visited by innumerable tourists and is associated with repeated visits of the fam iry is of proud and ancient but financial difficulties Are supposed to have forced this ingenious resort to repair the exchequer of a House that must have funds to maintain its the proclamation addressed to the people of the philippine islands by the american commission was framed in a spirit of Wisdom and to makes Clear the Beneficent intention of the United and carries Assurance to the filipinos that they will be granted civil and religious lib erty and All the Kindred blessings of enlightened elementary schools will be and the used of higher education will be Public works will be and taxes and other revenues will be applied to the economical conduct of the philippine go whose establishment and maintenance is tha Pur pose of the United the ethics of wills have been curiously illustrated in heir Meyer left to the town of Stettin 000 to build a the Munici pal on ing the usual was informed by the minister of the Interior that the emperor refused his consent for the As the will violated a moral duty toward indigent rela who had been excluded from All benefits by the will of the the town was therefore called upon by the minister first to indemnify the needy relations of the the paternalism tendencies of the Kaiser Are without but the wonder is How he finds time to attend to so it came into Armathwaite As they drove along rapidly in the dark Ness that this Mournful and mysterious Jot Mev was like a pilgrimage to fetch Home die they skirted the head of the Lake and went fast along the other 51 twas a cold hut very eyesight was Good enough for him to make our Thara vehicle some Dis Tance ahead of and going m tame was Cro Monts Orrik it with a very sudden pull to allow a figure that to Boring suddenly fro the Wayside to get in Frank told lord Kildonan m a Low Roice what he and obeyed his direction to drive More the pause made by the vehicle in front was the Short est possible acting under lord Kil Donnas Frank allowed the distance Between them to increase until the Norfolk cart was undistinguishable in the on the outskirts of Brank Bome just where the first few straggling houses there was a Bend in the Road round which the cart disappeared Al when the Phaeton had passed Bend in its it was much closer to the which had to allow temporary passenger to for the Driver was again Slacken ing Pace Frank drove following the which stopped at a Little Here the Driver got out and went while another Man took his and turned the cart round to drive Back to Mereside As the Phaeton drove that it was Grosmont Groom always acting in acco Darr have the Money for a fare about no offence to you i know and i know the House you though you do get me to Stop in the next i knows Eui by the and when i bring Reglar swell tip toppers this its always 82 blink Street they though its Only Young uns As gives the ill take your and give you a Sovereign As a retaining said lord will restore will it not when i re i will give you another Sovereign to drive me Back to Lime Are you ready to wait under those s this colloquy took two or three and when lord Kildonan and Arma Thwaite returned to Blank tie per sons whom they were pursuing had Digap they walked the whole length of the Street looking for As the Eab Maui had luckily Given them on address which lord Kiwo Nan assumed to be the one of which they were in for a Long time they looked in such houses As still retained traces of figures on their shabby seemed to have been numbered and then renumbered at there were lights in a few win but there was nothing to guide them i their at last they heard foot Steps coming quickly along the Street on the opposite Side of the Man who by the glimpse they caught of to be and of the so called respectable crossed the almost brushing past and went no a narrow court or passage which divided one of Small houses of the Street from one of the in the lost in the people leave All of we extract from the Chicago Tribune part of an interview with two Railroad men about the articles left in trains by careless it will be seen that where heedless Ness on the part of some persons puts a Strong temptation in the Way of oth ers and incidentally the Reader May the give of plies warm Al who take it perfect Foi Tiffi Hood a lilt Core let Grill cathartic to with Loubet greatly resembles her in her charitable she disposes of Large sums Geta hint As to the advisability of hold ing his Tongue when he finds his purse or other valuables missing the agent of the Illinois says that a pocket Book containing sum of Torii by was turned in by a train the same Day a woman identified the purse by stating that it contained some old which she the prop erty was turned Over to and she was scarcely the office when an other woman appeared and asked for the same it turned out that the first woman had heard the second who was the real bewail her the same time mentioning what the among the and is Tor at the a regular vols the n in the lost 210 a car a Ltd Candy constipation it a a druggists refund Collis Huntington is it Fine and has a More thorough knowledge of navigation than most Amateur out of tune and stores ten evenness aft ecu Flanos Sweet the girl had a new she was a musical and it was As Nice a piano As could be when she lord the Kil retention of the Spanish dependencies will not Call for Issue of govern ment says the new York com Mercial for the excellent reason that Cost of administration of the Cuba and Porto Eico will be made a charge on the revenues of those Cuba Porto Rico Are already in a fair Way to be when order is restored in the Philippines this will be the Case in that there is no occasion for alarm on this the islands in question will be earned for the Benefit of their inhabit and under such government the people will be Able to Bear the Cost of Kildonan the doctor whipped up the Del past the Sta Tion and the two gentlemen then alighted and after having Given directions 1x the a fellow Northern or in whose discretion his master had con to drive straight Back to crags without any lord Donan led the Way into the station by n private and went straight to the station masters where they could wait without fear of being Frank went to the and looked through the Glass of the upper panels at the groups of passengers gathering on the platform As the Liverpool train was brought Crosmon was there among the earliest pacing up and not with the sauntering tread of the Ordinary but with the restless strides of a Man whose journey is a the station master himself had brought lord Kildonan two and had re served compartment for him and his companion exactly opposite to the room where they were still watching at the saw Crosmon suddenly Short in his looking along the platform in the direction of the agents he saw a tall Shab Bily with a Limp in her Cross the platform hurriedly from the booking office mid get into a compartment by her Franks heart seemed to leap up As he recognized the lady Kildonan must have got wind of her husbands in tended and invented an ingenious trick As a Reward for Crosmon stood still until the woman closed the door of the compartment upon then made straight for the nearest firs class Carriage and got the guard was cry take your seats the doctor Felt windows of the Large House there was not a single lord Kildonan gripped his companions not nervous Excita but with the satisfaction of disco led him up the court in the rear of the the latter was so far ahead of them already that they had Only time to see pull a which gave a single like that of a Small turning the handle of a door in the Wall of the big disappear through it rapidly and without lord Kildonan and Arrn Thwaite came up to the by a Ray of Moonlight which pierced into the narrow and showed the Woodwork to be shabby and they saw to the 1ft of the door a Small barred window no Ligpit in which suggested a watchful Eye be and under the Bell the number s2 in very Small Kildonan pulled the opened the and walked in Armathwaite with a sense that All his Youthful nerve did not enable him to put on so bold a front As the old Scotchman seemed to Wear with were in a Stone paved with nothing to distinguish it from the Kitchen in trance of an Ordinary private straight in front of the door was a Pas Down which lord Kildonan promptly proceeded to make his Arma who was heard a step and a mans voice saying i be your both gentlemen saw a Little with a Baize apron innocently occupied in Brush ing nothing could have seemed More genuine than this diligent Manser vants Surprise at the intrusion of two but for a certain look of shrewd inquiry in his Little Black which the f Oil til if a Mill Book thereupon the listener hurried to the claimed the and gave a vacant lot As her Street i have 110 said that she was an adept at that the Porter on a Chicago and Alton train once handed to the baggage agent a Long Sid pocket from which were taken a an annual he was about to Lay aside the when be was impelled to look and fished out three one Hundred Dollar the pass gave a clue to the and the Book was returned to him before he had discovered his at another a inter one of our men picked up a pocket Book from a coach we Fig ured that a thief had extracted if from the pocket of a Ami finding nothing in bad it into the it Cou tailed papers by Wieb we located the owner in All Iowa and i wrote him and asked him if to had los anything answered that he had lost Bis with certain papers Aud forty dollars in two i wrote him that we bad the Book and but no i searched and researched for the but it was not to be and i returned be Book by he acknowledging the Antl said i think you Are j the poorest detective i Ever for j my Money was in the but j you were not Able to find one Cep Tacle in the Book had escaped my notice and it Coutain Djujie two Twenty Dollar general agent Sadd of the burling ton relates that a passenger left a bos of cigars in the rack above the the Man who occupied the next As one of the company detectives afterwards took the Box and gave had it properly set up and ready for use there was probably not a happier but As she Down to play a look of discontent and wonder spread Over it was but this new piano was certainly our of tune certain notes sounded like the hammering of a piece of that would never do she play on a piano like that she under stand for certainly that piano had a very Sweet tone in the so the piano Man was sent Foi in great and Carne to see what the trouble very much astonished he his angers Over the and gazed curiously around the thatis a most curious and impertinent thought the As she watched his fingers moving Over the but his eyes wandering searchingly from one piece of furniture to finally he left the went to a stove in the tucked a piece of paper under one and went Back to the strange to every note was As Sweet and Clear and full a could have been and was not a suspicion of Dur ing the cold weather a stove had been placed in the not standing with certain vibrations of the piano it was made to and there followed a Little of coming simultaneously with the striking of the keys on the sounded As if that instrument had produced the disagreeable that is All right said the As he left the Only it was a stove needed instead of the Etc Eunce is drive not Only Aptt Torii simplicity of to the known All True and by the a assist one in imitations the fobs a Cal which Given to the name at of the As it acts on the in bowels without ing and i in or pleas the ban Man you administration far better than Ever were under Spanish they Japan is anxious to convince the civilized world that it has become the equal of Occidental nations in the Way of industries and progressive with that end in View the government of Japan has decided upon an International to be held in to which All countries will be invited to Send delegations and while the proposed worlds fair is intended nominally to give Japan a Chance to show what she can there can be no doubt that she More study close Range the Industrial achievements of other for reason it would be for in uniting exhibitors from of lord Kil dorians hand upon his and in a few moments had taken their the journey to Liverpool occupied four hours and a knowing in what part of the train the two Persona on whose track they were had they found it easy to watch them into a close and without being to take a at Sam themselves and direct the Driver o at a Little As the woman crossed the Frank watched her and his spirits Rose higher and higher As he noticed again the Light Limp in her and grew every moment More certain that lord or his own for every ones had been and was Fol owing the wrong they were driving Down towards the through a Low part of Liverpool along dark streets lined with Small Nar Row of evil aspect and evil the which was some distance in front of stopped in a Street As dark and narrow As but in which a few larger than the with doorways that had once been imposing and told that they had formerly occupied a better position in the Frank noted that the Man and Wom an they were after dismissing the cab which had brought walked slowly in and began to glance behind them from time to they suspect they Are being followed whispered with lord Kildonan Shook his sus visitors did not fail to Arma Thwaite would have been completely uis concerted but for lord tossing the Man a said members and turned again to walk Armathwaite with a Flash of intelligence suddenly grown a suspicion which had occurred to him be fore by the time they had reached the end of the dark he knew info what kind of House they had and was prepared for the sight which met their eyes directed by the sound of voices Vrzich broke upon their ears they pulled open a Baize covered swing door on the left at the end of the they entered a the Atmos phere of which was almost unbearably containing four or five Small card with hardly a glance atthe play ers in this room and without releasing the Young mans lord Kildonan crossed the room to a before which Hung a thick raising they passed through the apartment they now entered was much larger than the in addition to Small tables in two of the it contained one Long upon which the deepest interest of the Assembly was Evi Dently Armathwaite Felt the elder mans ship Oniris he looked up Quick and Felt As if he had been turned to following the direction of the old mans he saw his face set and livid with sullen anxiety and de standing among the onlookers on he opposite Side of the lot the but an insignificantly dress d she was sitting next but one o the staking her watch no the with the stolid steadiness of an old the thickness her As Armathwaite he saw two steel right eyes Flash like Sparks of Light underneath the thick Black Edge a saw two Cora red lips tightly in spite of his in spite of his it was he who and not the older Man by his when he recognized in the one person in the crowded room whom on careful inspection he have chosen As the Ideal representative of the Pas Sion for the Well disguised but unit to the who turned it in thence occupant of the so come seat sent his wife to the described the property raid Tot j All passenger agents agree that there i is a class of people who Are always last to leave the a this is especially noticed on suburban they go from one end of the train to the looking in seats on both sides of the it is impossible for the trainmen to be always on the and presumably Many Are lost that can never be talc la they were talk Reg about the recent and some one stated that his morning train had stopped every half mile on its Way to the the fog being so thick that it was to see either of the railway that nothing said another Man who was of the Down in Lincolnshire the fog is sometimes so j the reply thick that the Driver has to get out and Lead the fits Ness after firs Days Cerve the Tittle Minuter the Auld evil William tie older members of i Smejc he was too in the pulpits of other although of All persuaded to Rema Only in Scotland and Are now included in Fieg United original which reminds the sensible fair do you like our country literary am delighted with fair american then you Are not going to write a Book about us he 3 there then there was a s but an then trial which took then a or Donald an myst Douts o Donalds 5 Pinion is a habit with the people who fre quent this he in the game with his stick he directed the Driver to turn the next and then he and Armathwaite got wait Here for said lord we May be some Man looked Down at him singly by the Light of his and Shook his i rather be my fare its the san to Herald Ive Del fat parties hereabouts tha have stayed and when they Mista Kable face and form of lady Kildo secret was out she was a cot from not from but be cause it was in her bred by generations of fast living whom nothing but Laws of and the occasional Happy of a possessor of the estates who was free from the fam ily stopped in the race of her fathers strange injunctions her few Etith t6 go abroad her cd Stansted idl was with her Brilliant steel the formidable nature of the Competition which our steel makers Are now offering toward the British steel Trade is most strikingly set out in an article prepared by an expert for publication in London and transmitted to the department of state by United states Consul Parker at the expert shows that England is de in its supremacy As the Iron master by two conditions the exhaustion of its own ores and of the cheap foreign ores it has been so largely us the rapid growth of american it is this second Factor that is Natur ally of absorbing interest to Ameri cans in the estimation of Consul tar1 he directs special attention to the mean that have enabled our steel men to bring their ores Coo to Soo Miles to the blast Cany the finished product 500 Miles from the Interior to Tidewater at new York and thence transport it a distance of Miles by sea and compete easily with British homemade the expert believes that the most remarkable of these Means is Gigantic scale upon which american Iron making plants Are built and commenting upon the British experts Consul Parker says he in continually being asked by British manufacturers whether the american Competition will and if so where they can buy the the shipments of steel so far he have give in general satisfaction As to there has been a strange com plaint that it is too which Means that it is better than the manufacturer accustomed to employ for a Given product Sale women understand what Tor tire constantly on their feet whether Well or to smile and be agreeable to customers fail Down some feminine backaches aches count for the must keep going or lose their to these Pink hams help is a to her at will bring her advice of All miss Nancie writes a letter Pink Ham from which we quote who i had been in poor health for some Vav i doctored and took got no and i could not walk More Thane Osife at a i followed Youria ing Lydia Pinkham blood in connection with the Pound and began to from the i stranger to pain and 11 there is for i have fore using be said too miss Polly writes just monthly my duty to what the world is out a fleeting show to which All Are admitted free but ii

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