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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - October 28, 1904, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
It t i new Bethlehem vindicate Independent in in new october 19 a Paris de Himes writes an interesting account of his european i editor vindicator the passing aspirations of Idle minds Are sometimes Many times of a Summers have i dreamed of the old quite often have i been Here in fancy fickle dazzled by the intense Gay Ety of parisian standing speechless in the notre smoking a contemplative Cigar in that worlds champs and after years spent in the Caterpillar period of my existence has dissolved and emerging from the solid i see this wonderful world in All its to be Iii the anxious mom ent arrived the Gaug planks were with drawn the Tings pulled the monster Ocean liner from the pier the band of deck played while every Eye gave evidence of a As much Fine Linen and headdress fluttered in the at Sandy Hook we dropped the sent Outor Ait Devoirs and then goodbye to the nine then the delights of sea the invigorating warm fishes playing in the laughing Waves of Rainbow and then at eventide to recline indeck chairs tet Patete while Moon comes out to Bathe in water and after a final promenade on deck we say Good night to the Moon and the undulating whence comes those thousand throated Waves that Lull one to sleep at out of the Ocean in our own Little friendships develop that May last a life the Ocean liner of Torday is a Little fortified City with its dining Barber Post Public Telegraph and places for games such As ship quoits shuffle boar Jaud Many quiet nooks for those sentimental souls who say Sweet press much clothing and Divide Mie ship Blanket by there was an amusing rela Tive to these lovers of astronomical two persons in dim Outlin against the Canvas covered Compass 01 the poop of the vessel at an hour when the seamen clean the deck by turning 01 the the unsuspecting seamen i not observe the students of astronomy have lost the thread of the but nest morning i bad breakfast in Ray state on the bed Star line it is convenient to speak four French German and i could Converse in pitch Quoit in play shuffle Board in and do either in the after nine Days of this pleasure afloat the Lighthouse on Bishops Rock in dim outline toll of Laud and an old English returning after Many years in a declared he could smell the roast beef and Plum pudding of old Eug we called at Dover then continued through the North sea until we caught sight of Flushing and the Dykes of i went aft with an arc Stu Dent for a better Aud As she hurriedly sketched windmills with their fan like the Low houses re tiled Aud defined it All Vutuc rapturous enthusiasm that i fancied that we were coasting through the dutch the rounded tall and Majestic formed a perfect continuing Down the River so Wielde Wear Rived at that quaint pre rare Fin it Way for its indefinable Charm by the Small hol Landish fishing hamlets had no difficulty and after refreshments at the Queens hotel we took in Antwerp by night with the person previously mentioned who Speaks French with that delightful English accent so tantalizing to the True such a quaint City is narrow Twenty feet in Width with walks on either Side with Tramway its queer Little dutch build Ings with the second Story extending in to the Street so far that in Many the streets Are kissed but for a moment by the Sun at High How of ten we burst Forth in rapturous expo Sion Sof Delight to see people driving along in carts drawn by and when we stopped to bargain with Street vend uncouth women in wooden we enjoyed it More and and then near Midnight a funeral passed with gilded Hearse looking not unlike a huge casket of solid the i was caged with an English daughter about and an old a Friend of the Askey totes As i sat opposite miss she smiled so warmly that i lowered uie but when aunt Ophelia closed in upon us i saw it was stowes Ophelia Aud irvings aunt Charity were mutes in you Are from Yon Are proud of i a wonderful do you have such remarkable railway facilities in America when i replied that the entire train didst weigh so much As one of our Pullman she collapsed of course youll Stop off in everybody visits Brussels it is a Lovely delightful but i prefer the Lake Are you going to England then do not miss the Aud How very Beautiful they Are just now when the leaves Are changing i adore the autumn now just see those rows of Trees Mark ing the National How Beautiful they and thus she rattled on Aud on tin i we reached Brussels where i met a Relieu Brasseur and my Ameri an friends who had preceded me from Brussels is a miniature Paris with Broad boulevards and magnificent the Palace of ustice overlooking the City is tie larg St building in the in the grand remarkable is he interesting hotel de a gothic the facade of which is richly decorated with and everywhere Gold is used for exterior decoration in Avioli America knows Noth ing of architecture seems to be a lost Here we see erected Ages before Columbus discovered Amer standing today firm and in Majestic grandeur Walls and ceilings painted by the old masters three Hun dred years paintings As True in col Oring As though born of modern Brussels is of Peculiar inter est As the shop windows Are to be carpets and laces ind Escrib souvenirs on the women in wooden shoes sell their wares from carts drawn by Towser leads a dogs life in to those who have Cramoy i can say the scenes relative to Brussels Are True to spent an evening at grand opera with my Bug Lish friends and heard carry in in and the old in next Day a party of Nineteen English visited the Battlefield of when the Brake drove to the hotel for perched High above All others was that same old holding the Only vacant seat for i be gods i did not think the fates so old Wellington had it we Are on the Here of the right stands the Bouse where Cue of Napoleons ances tors further of the left is the mansion where the Duchess of Rich mond Banquete the English officers that memorable night before the continuing out the Avenue Louise and through the Beautiful Park to Sto Piug at the unpretentious House where Wellington slept the night before an interesting letter from the late pastor of the dear editor having become settled in our new Home it May be interest ing to our friends to know something about this part of the is a town of sixteen in seventeen Hundred situated about 45 Miles South of Buffalo on the Erie it is a picturesque built Over the Hills and in the the streets ure lined with heavy Shade which now present a Beautiful to various colors by the late according to a Geo logical Survey marked of the school we have a Elevation of 1884 we have a system of Public including in this place a train aug kindergarten and vocal Western Kew York is noted for its Fine crop of apples of splendid indeed i have hover seen anything like there Are thousands and thousands of which will scarcely bring Loc per Bushel in the buyers come in and buy them by i knew an Orchard the other Day that will yield 300 bushels to sell for Farmers who pick barrel them deliver them can get scarcely 75 cents per Cattaraugus is a there Are no licensed houses and never can Joseph the original owner of the land on which the town is put a restrictive clause into every to the effect of any one guilty of manufacturing or Selling intoxicating liquors on his property should forfeit the Aud it Shook revert Back to the original the result is the place is characterized by High intellectual and moral i have never been in a place where of Many Labouring men own their own and have them nicely Furu she with the necessities and comforts of life i although May not til Way especially when there i licensed towns around yet i Huv not seen any intoxicated Man on the Street Swincel have been Althoff prophesied in the Mcginnin that the town would die without License towns won outstrip to the it has forged ahead of All others two firs class hotels manage to take care of the travelling Public in a firs class Man and do it without a Monu ment ought to he erected in this town a Large Parade was the feature of the officers elected Ane Punxsutawney chosen for reunion the seventeenth annual reunion of the 105th Pennsylvania Kuo Wii us the wild cat held at Reynoldsville last october Torrate mutts made by a number of old the most enjoyable Rouni Nii the 105th Evir the old heroes registered at Gibsons store and the members f the 105th were Given Beautiful souvenir All old soldiers were Given badges by there were 207 soldiers 125 members of the 100th and from other regi at noon the soldiers formed in line in j rout of hotel Imperial headed by drum marched to the Reynolds Ark where a free and Good dinner was Ives to to the old soldiers Aud their three Hundred were Iven five dinners the woman Relief corps had charge of the 2 the old veterans and sous f veterans formed in line of fourth Between and Grant when the line was formed it was made in of Keystone one Hundred and fifty old two drum corps and Siree sous of Veteran Punxsutawney and a tall Yho Aud several carriages in the rear with old soldiers not Able to stand vile Blip list and re Pouden to by Dull on behalf of veterans Captain of and lawyer w m advertised the duty assigned after Irett Lenieux had acquitted themselves creditably Goheen of a to Bethle and several colonels and Calta his tried to outdo each in the Keystone bid was present and Siiter tuned tiie audience with four or live Glass works first Glass j Good prospects for profitable the new Isth Lahihi window works started on midday with full j everything started off Ikic i lock work with an excellent Quality of the men i ure All jubilant Over the prospects for i j he a business Meetin was held in Cen Tennial Hall immediately after the the following officers were Ile eted for ensuing year Levi Bird of Pittsburg Vic Epresi Thomas of Punxsutawney recording of Praia Good several improvements have been factory since lust been made Twenty feet room for a number of if paid in a0 Tore wholesale and retail fall and Winter of Brookville of the eighteenth reunion will be held m october j a Large crowd attended and enjoyed the Camp fire in Centennial Hall in the which was presided Over by j Levi Bird the address of Welcome was delivered by a i pastor of the Tgu made on thu the tank has Tua Iii additional skilled gatherers j Natt Eners and and the widening of the main which will give better Light Aud ventilation to the work1 men who work up against a Furnace of j while vet Early in the season Aud j in the face of a reduction of almost 20 j per cent off last years the work men Are looking Forward to u very lava Oracle 1 the age of j there is a new theory Exi aut it is possible to determine the age of i fishes especially those of us cod the periodic by counting growth of the the Scales of the fishes Are first carefully then lab Ekil and returned sea for future j in some cases a study of the reveals chooses so that the rings we had with the custom the the Only remaining Ture is the old bed and a chair which Wellington used while writing his Dis i sat upon it and really Felt More but whether the Tion came from the chair or the old maid i cannot we purchased the usual souvenirs and ascended the lion Monu a Mound of Earth three quarters of a mite in circumference the Summit of which is readied by 236 Stone on the top stands the British lion with his defiant face toward from the Summit of this our guide pictured the armies in Battle it was realistic the charging the plunging cavalry and thundering artillery around the hush Tuout and then that yet immortal of the old Aud the Iron Duke had conquered the Man of Desti we descended to the museum to Napoleons spurs and Kettle i burning candles adding to its another Day in Antwerp and i come to Brussels by rail it is these Little railway opening at the withal Road stalls or Compart mating about eight Pawn Gen v to the memory of Joseph plumb who dared to put in such a restrictive editor would you like to hear something amusing from the chapter of a ministers diary Welt it the other evening there was a feeble Knock at the door and a bashful looking Young Man a and managed u inform the that he wanted to get married and that his intended wife Aud her parents were waiting they were invited now to 10 marriage Laws of new York Are quite different from Penciu no License is but the minister must ask the prescribed by and these must certified to by the Bride and m the presence of and sent to the state dept and re cooled after the necessary papers were Lillei out i had the parties take their posit no upon the and commenced tin All went Well till the place where the Groom presents the then the Groom Felt in his Pucke for but the where Vam it first in to one his face grew redder Aud that it or wat it totally where was it hid Ding now into his inside con now his Vest then his 1 pants but no the Tipu was getting his i prospective Mother Law ventured u help him out and maybe you left it in your other coat or perhaps you Itte our new fall dermis in s Bex Bitch Tox and in sult hats arc shapes and shades in and i in Plain and fancy Caps fur boy san Phi Isizal a ivs Sii pc fall mens agent for Wanamaker Browns made to or Der ind Muy relics of the after left it of the table but he had it just he by this time Groom was getting and we which we lunched at the base of the Here i proposed a Toast to the British lion and an englishman neatly j responded with one to the american i dislike to leave you at bloody Waterloo while i am Here in the Bright prettiest City in the but you May Hoar from me very of eighth How to cure corns and soak the Rorn and bunion warm water to soften then pare it Clown As closely As drawing blood and a possible without ply chamberlains i cum v a1 Corn plaster should be worn a few clays to protect it from the i hesitate about buying it am a Genera liniment Forb Prius i Lamen Mand pain Bahn is j by some seasonable it May be a Piteau of Supe Rilous to urge people at this season of the year to Lay in a Supply of chamberlains cough it is almost sure to be needed before Winter is Ami much More prompt and satisfactory results obtained when taken As soon a cold u contracted and before it has become settled in the which can Only by done by keeping the remedy at hand this remedy so widely known and altogether that m Forence to Cor it is for Salii walk Are always right thursday on the above we will display for ens Wear new sult Sof the latest fall Coats for ladies misses skirts in endless silk silk i v a highest Sra be of millinery Art and 1 in addition to our Large Stock of ready Tower we have with us a Salesman from the cloak and suit with Sam pies of the latest will Al so have with us on this a Cutter 7 from the Desbecker Block tailoring company to take orders for mens overcoats and rain in our millinery department have a City designer and everything entirely no Lei fall is Here and so Are the walk Over shoes in All the newest the latest lasts and All the Best leathers for fall and Winter if you have not Al ready purchased pair go the shoe Man and have your feet put into a pair of the Best shoes on the shoe kidney cure kidneys and bladder Foley Honey heals lungs Aad Stopfel my Ati Uii when in try they Hare ii and do vigor to the whole All or lot my Immi in arc properly their per or 6 Send Tor sold it Wal
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