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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - January 17, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new . Samuel Moore a Rop a. New Philadelphia. Ohio �?1or-�? a a a a a Quot a the land of dreams. J am going to move to the land of dreams As soon As Ever i May this sneaking Over by night me seems and leaving at Peep o Day. Is one of our silliest human schemes so now i am going to stay Why Waken at All to my exile Long to faces unloved and cold. Where never my lips can lit to a song where Ever my heart grows old when its just As easy and can t to wrong to live in that land of Gold i was there last night for an hour or two it the sweetest i Ever passed. I sat in the Garden again with you and my breath came thick and fast. When you whispered blushing that now you knew the meaning of love at last. But then the Sun like a meddlesome Clown. Climbed grinning above the sky my Castle in dreamland came tumbling Down. And tumbling Down came in just As t Bent for a kiss to Crown my longing with none to spy. And that is Why i am bound to go and rent me a dream House there for there you la be waiting for me i know As blushing add fond and fair and Well 1 be and love in the dreamland glow. The Width of the world from care pc. F. Law Numis in America. Lawrence Lovejoy. A Romance of English life during the free Trade movement. Jay Frank .7. Mai tin and w. H. S. Atkinson authors of a the Miels of Good a it both stories. Copyrighted 557, by Frank j. Martin and now first published by exclusive arrangement with the authors Cha Ter . But the flame in love Joys heart had been turning brighter and brighter. A absence makes the heart grow fonder a was his sex in Prience. And he had grown bolder too so much so that learning where she was visiting he told her father that he would like to drive Over and bring her Home. To say that Maggie was surprised would but poorly describe her feelings As she saw the Rector drive up in his gig and. When he told her that he had come Over purposely for her her wonder increased. At last they were Bowling along the coup Fry roads in the soft May evening. They talked commonplaces for a few moments and then relapsed into silence. The horse seemed As though he would give his master a fair Chance for without a word he slackened his Pace to a walk. Lovejoy took the hint and opened tire. A a Maggie a said lie a a can you guess Why 1 came Over to bring you Home on the first night of my return a a indeed no a she replied a a unless you wished to give your horse a Little a a of no. Hero could have waited until to Morrow for a Trot but i could not wait a moment longer than necessary to see you Maggie. Do you know that i have loved you for nearly two years dear that during All that time it has been my Only great trouble that As an honorable Man with love for you and esteem for George i could say never a word no. Maggie and until my dying Day my lips would have been dumb to All the world on this subject if you had not yourself broken the engagement that existed betwixt you and George Foster. I respect George and would be the last Man on Earth to vex him but of i m afraid i am somewhat selfish let me Hope pardonable Toad am overjoyed that now i have a right to plead for your love. I say i am Joyful to possess that right. It is for you to Complete that Joy or consign me to a lonely and disappointed life. Maggie May i even Hope to have my love accepted and to receive Ever such a Little of yours in return a not word said Maggie. Her pretty eyes were downcast watching her hands As they Lay clasped in front of her. She had never known what a lovers love meant until this moment and now she Felt too supremely Happy to speak. She must hear some More of the Rector s love making first. A Maggie have you nothing to say to me i am Only a sober country Parson but i think 1 can make you Happy. Let me try und do you try to love me he was driving with the left hand the right one he Laid in both of Maggie a and so they neared Mill Hill. It was dark now and they went straight to Maggie s Home. He had to lift her out of his High gig and As he held her arms with her face so very near his he whispered a my answer dear a it came a i love you i think i have loved you for a Long he lifted her Down then and folding her closely to him printed a kiss upon her pretty lips murmuring almost involuntarily a at Darling a to love und to cherish till death do us part v a chapter Xii. Deeper in the Mirk. Percival arrived in London tired out and somewhat surprised his Valet who had been in the undisturbed Possession of his masters rooms for nearly two months. He went straight to bed and slept until late next Day. When he awoke he Felt angry with himself and All the world beside. Hero was he a wealthy baronet and landed proprietor who ought to be living in Good style at Trio family mansion forced to keep in retirement and comparative obscurity. A to what gulfs a single deviation from the track of human duties lead3.�?� is what he thought in reviewing his past life. In Plain hard sounding English he was u murderer. Not that he Felt particularly regretful on account of the murder or the eau so of the murder but Only for the effect As it concerned himself. He blamed himself for having played his cards so badly. It was very awkward for him that he was known in two a a sets of society. Among the a upper ten thousands lie was recognized though Only by very few As sir James Douglas Percival and was supposed to be unmarried. Ills gambling associates Only knew him As Douglas a the follow who married that actress he half suspected that his lawyers Seal Seal knew More about him than he cared to imagine but so far As he was positively aware Only Randolph had known him in his double character and now he was Well dead Percival hardly knew what to do or How to act and us lie sat and thought matters Over his Case seemed to grow More desperate. He might be arrested for the murder of George Foster if not for killing Randolph. Then there was his wife. No lie could not bring himself to make a full confession to her and make her mistress of Percival Thorpe. To hated George Foster with deadly hatred dead or alive but the passion for his sister grew stronger and stronger and was gnawing his very soul. He would make Rachel marry him by Hook or Crook or he would die in the attempt. Here his cogitations were Cut Short by the arrival of a visitor who must Sec sir James Percival and see him alone. The Man was shown in and was the worst specimen of a villain Percival had Ever Secu. Clad in the garb of a country Man with heavy boots a Smock frock and rustic hat it was still easy to Sec that he was no genuine countryman. A sir James a commenced this unpleasant looking character a a you Are Likely to need my services and As what i have to say to you is for the present strictly a a triese trinkets Are Worth about �200.�?� private. I would recommend that you lock your door and give orders not to be a i am at a loss to know what has Given Rise to the necessity for a visit from you my Man a said sir James a but j suppose you have some Good reason. Robert a he added to his Valet a do not show any one in Here this when they were alone the villainous look ing visitor went on a a my name sir James is Abraham Hawkins better known As Abe Hawkins. Twenty years ago i was a Bow Street officer and m that capacity Learned to disguise myself when necessary to a Down highwaymen and burglars. Owing to some Little irregularity i believe on my part 1 resigned my position and tool to making a living the Best Way i could. At the present time i sometimes work Tor the Law and again for the Law breaker. The Bank note with the largest face value catches me every time. Proceeding to business you will notice that i have Here the Blunderbuss laying the article mentioned on a table which shot Young Farmer Foster and Here is the stiletto which killed or. Randolph. Here also is a silk handkerchief marked j. P., found within live Yards of where George Foster fell and you will perceive that the same initials Are engraved upon the handle of this Sharp Little toy. Now j. I. Did not As no one knows better than i do shoot Young Foster but he did Stab and kill Randolph and it would look dreadfully suspicious if i took this Blunderbuss and handkerchief to the police stating that i found them together close to the spot where Foster was found shot. Let us have no secrets sir James. I shot George Foster and shot him for Twenty pounds Given me by the late or. Randolph. I dogged your footsteps for three Days so that win you should be alone with Foster i might shoot him unseen and so have the suspicion thrown upon you thus placing you at Randolph a mercy. Well you know How the scheme worked. When you galloped Oft on George festers horse i resolved to see the game out if possible and myself near dead to keep up with you until you should meet Randolph who i knew was keeping you Well in sight. Now my dear sir James Pray Pardon my familiarity with Fosters horse the Blunderbuss handkerchief and stiletto hands off if you please sir James 1 could make out a pretty Good Case against j. P.,?�?� Percival was All of a tremble. He was both frightened and enraged. Yet what could he do he was quite powerless and entirely in the hands of the wretch who had thus cornered him. So he answered not a word. A now sir James a continued Hawkins my sole object in life is a s. D., and a very moderate sum usually satisfies me. I overheard or. Randolph demand a thousand pounds from you for hush Money which was certainly outrageous and showed a greedy disposition on the part of or. Randolph. For two Hundred pounds i will Bury this Small lot of trinkets have the horse taken Home quietly and never let you or any one else know that 1 am aware of the existence of your wife. How is it a a fall right a groaned Percival. A a but 1 have not finished yet a a said or. Abe Hawkins. A pour out some of that Brandy before we go on with our Percival filled two Large glasses with the fiery liquor and passing one to his visitor drank the other himself at a draught. A Well we have disposed of a couple of Hundred pounds sir James. Now there is Only one Man who is Likely to cause you any trouble provided he is still living which i have Good reason to believe is the Case and that Man is George Foster. There is just one Way to get rid of that difficulty. I can show satisfactorily that Foster was in weird ale on the Day of the shooting and had some hot words with Randolph who was a perfect stranger to him in regard to the age of a horse. What would be easier to assert than that he murdered Randolph on his Way Home was wounded by Randolph in self defense Rode Home to Mill Hill and fired a pistol within hearing of his House As a Blind i can manage to hide a pistol within throwing distance of the spot and when the officers come to search they will find it sure. Does this Settle another Hundred pounds sir James a a yes a replied the baronet gaining courage a i see no better plan. Make the Best of the Job and the Money is a very Well sir. You see i am the doctor and you Are my patient. Now i want to cure you thoroughly while i am about it. From what Little i have heard and seen there Are two ladies in the Case. It is desirable to remove one to make room for the other. I will show you a Means for removing the lady who is m the Way and also help to a Movo her which proceeding will leave you free to act As you May deem Best with the second one. My fee for this last proscription will be two Hundred pounds. You perceive my dear sir James my entire charge from beginning to end will be five Hundred pounds while or. Randolph asked double that amount of Money for half the in his desperation Percival was glad to have this Opportunity bad As it was of ridding himself of All hindrances to taking Possession of his estate. He even thought it might Lead to his securing Rachel Foster As his wife for when Hawkins proposed the plan of having George Foster arrested the thought hashed across his mind that Foster would then be in his Power somewhat and though he did not know exactly How it struck him that he might then be Able to can or frighten Leachel into marrying him. So he answered a very Well. Hawkins you Are a scoundrel by profession it seems and you shall do this work but remember i am now a desperate Man and if you play me false i wont answer for the consequences. Here is a Check for two Hundred pounds and i will pay you the other when you show me that your work is done and Well he out the Check for which Hawkins gave a receipt and the latter left the House promising to return in one week. When he had gone taking the Blunderbuss Etc., with him Percival breathed More freely. A it is a bad business from beginning to end a Soliloquy sized How but though i am entirely at the mercy of this Hawkins he will he far less expensive than Randolph. Once Lucy and Foster arc out of the Way i will take Steps to prove what i told that cursed Hay seeder that a neither he nor any other Man shall prevent me marrying Rachel when my mind is once made a chapter Xiii. Hawkins Den. Or Hawkins left his country garb at a Low tavern in Long acre and then made his Way from the West end of the City to the extreme East. In passing through tit great israeli Tish Emporium for what americans characteristically Call a notions a he came across our old Friend Teddy Hudson who periodically replenished his pack with Needles knives toys and other Knick Knacks from the stores of hounds ditch. A hello my Chicken a exclaimed the expo ice officer a and what brings our one armed hero from the Green lanes of mid Shire to the bus thug streets of London a a Well if it Ain t or. Hawkins a said the somewhat surprised peddle. A Well you see or. Hawkins i have customers As near As Edmonton and by the time i get around that far from Birmingham i generally find my pack pretty Low so i just spend a Day in London to fill up. Hounds ditch and London Are my markets and i visit them both just twice a year. But in a glad to see you sir. How Dye do a a Why i can t say that there a much the matter with me Hudson. I saw you was just going in this shop when i came up. How Long will you be getting through your business there a a ooh of matter of half an hour a replied Teddy. A very Well then a said Hawkins a will come Back before then and wait for you Here. You la take dinner with me in my Bachelor lodgings As in be had a Little Good Luck to Day i will get a meal fit for a King. To Long a it should be Here remarked that Teddy Hudson had not the remotest idea of the manner in which Hawkins gained a livelihood. He Only knew that Hawkins had stayed at his Mother s cottage for two or three weeks in the summer of two years before stating that he was a convalescent in search of quiet and fresh air. The fact was he was Lii Diug from the officers of the Law until a Small storm should blow Over so Teddy always glad to meet a face he knew especially in the great City and pleased enough to save a shilling by getting a Good dinner for nothing willingly accepted Hawkins invitation. True to his word the latter was waiting at the shop door and led the Way to a narrow thoroughfare thronged with Low foul mouthed jew dealers in second hand clothing known in the London directory As Middlesex Street but familiarly called by the lower classes of the East end a pct Piccat they finally dived into a dirty passage and up a flight of rickety stairs pausing at a door which Hawkins opened by Means of a Large key. The room was furnished with what had been elegant furniture but dust filth and general neglect had spoiled its Good looks and it now appeared in its True character a Low bachelors Den. A a 1 done to wonder you get ill and fall sick sometimes living in a place like this a a said Teddy. A for my a i must have plenty of fresh air and if it came to a Choice of sleeping Here or in a barn i should choose the barn in a a a Well every one to his taste old fellow a replied Hawkins. A a my business is chiefly in this part of the town and a business before pleasure is my motto so Here i live from Day to Day. But As we two have no particular business we will to pleasure right away. You see i have kept my from the capacious pockets of his coat he Drew two or three bottles of wine a cold roast Duck some Ham pickles and a loaf of bread. He then produced plates Etc., from a cupboard and the two set to work at the viands. But Teddy could not drink wine so Hawkins pointed to a barrel of a a in the Corner of the room Wycich Jutt suited the peddle. Hawkins was very talkative and led Hudson on to talk about the per rivals and Perciv Althorp. He always made it a Point to learn All he could of any of the lambs As he called his victims probably from the fact that Hegener my fleeced them pretty considerably. This time however he got to know nothing beyond what he already knew and soon became so full of wine that his worldly Wisdom failed him and he began to a give away his own schemes. Teddy drink his usual dinner pint and was therefore sober As a judge while his Host took him into his Confidence As Only a Drunken Man can. Hawkins remarks were very rambling and disconnected but the peddle heard enough to know that he meant no Good to the parties whom he mentioned. He heard such remarks As a we can find a judge and jury to hang Foster a a ooh yes her Ladyship is mad raving mad doctor Leadem s is the Only place for her a a five Hundred pounds live Hundred pounds a Good weeks work Abe old boy Well skin sir James a Little before we re through with at last to rolled of his seat in a Drunken stupor and the peddle who wanted to be out on the Road before night propped him on the bed and left him. Hudson hardly knew what to make of this strange acquaintance of his and he resolved to ask a venerable hebrew who stood outside the door sorting dirty handkerchiefs to enlighten him. A a of of my Vriend i bed yer yer done a know mister Hawkins a a weeping Rebecca i done a know ser help me Bud yer mister Hawkins yer Selve Bud in yer nod led me Dell yer my Vriend mister Hawkins is a Clever Gendleman Thad Sall a has this was poor satisfaction for Teddy but it con tinned his already half formed opinion that or. Hawkins was not exactly he resolved therefore to turn out of his usual track on leaving London. Having just come through Sta Shire it would hardly pay to traverse that county again so soon yet he could not think of leaving George a delightful Sabbath. Sermon by the Rev. T. Do Witt Talmage d. The Sabbath should be a Delight a Day of Joy and rest the savings Dank for the storing of mental and physical forces. We a is or. Leadem at nov a Foster to the tender mercies of Abo Hawkins and perhaps worse than he so to walked Down to the Haymarket in Whitechapel and begged a ride in one of the empty Farmers carts which he saw by the name and address on the Shaft would pass right by Mill Hill. Lie travelled All night and in the Early morning had the satisfaction of seeing George and putting him on his guard George thanked the old fellow for his trouble and gave him a Good breakfast and a Crown which was More than Teddy could have earned in a Day with his pack. The peddle then returned to London in much the same manner As he had come and once More started on his legitimate business. Abe Hawkins slept pretty soundly after the peddle had left him and waked up about the same time that Teddy was eating his breakfast in George Foster s House. His first thought was for the Check which he luckily found All right in his pocket and then after shaking himself he drank a deep draught of the ale which he had discarded the previous Day. He now Felt ready for business and addressed himself to the task which he had resolved to carry out that Day. A a Abe my boy a said he a a we must make a Hundred pounds before this time to Morrow. It s Nasty work dealing with women but we must take the Good with the bad. There a Many a worse Way of making a clean Hundred. Here we go now a so saying he locked up his Den and made his Way to a livery stable where he hired a Saddle horse. He Rode pretty Fust through Islington and Stoke Newington and in about an hour came to a Village not a great Way from the town of Enfield where he turned if to a Well Gravelled Carriage drive at the end of which was a Large red Brick House. The House had no doubt been originally built for the country residence of some London merchant though it could hardly be that now As the windows were All barred with Iron while the one door was of massive proportions and Well studded with Iron bolts. Fastening his horse to a Fence railing Hawkins rang the Bell and was admitted to the House by a vicious looking Porter who first peered at him through a very Sarnau piece of Glass let into the door. A a is doctor Leadem at Home a inquired Hawks of the Porter. A a yes sir a answered the Man. A a if you step into his study i la Tell him you re in a moment or so doctor Leadem appeared. A Good morning or. Hawkins Good morning a said the doctor. A a what a the Best news to Day a a Why the fact is doctor a said Abe a i have another patient for you if you can make room for her Worth twice As much to you As the old Man i brought you last week and you arc to have a Hundred and fifty a year for him. By the Bye How is the old cuss a a too Clever too Clever for my liking a said the doctor. A i m afraid i shall have some trouble with him when the inspectors Call Here. I can to get him raving any Way at All. Still we May manage thin in time. But who is the lady a a the lady a replied Hawkins a visa Nodi lady Percival of Perciv Althorpe although she does not know it and certain parties do not wish her to know it. The Price you can fix yourself with sir Jumes Percival who i will bring to see you As soon As we have her Ladyship safely ensconced Here. You understand there is nothing the matter with my lady Only she is in the to be continued. How paper is made. The materials ail chemicals employed at the present time. The chinese Are generally believed to have been the inventors of paper. They used Rice Straw or rags of Cotton or Linen for producing their paper Stock. Modern nations followed their example but made few innovations on the ancient processes until within the last forty years. Since then every decade has witnessed great improvements in this Industry. New methods processes and machinery have been perfected new material brought into use and new and multifarious forms of the manufactured article now enters into the economics of modern life. Rags Are gathered in All sections of the world for transportation to the United states but they no longer furnish the main Supply of materials used. Paper fibres Are procured from old rope jute Butts Straw of the various grains from Many grasses and Reeds and from the Wood of the Cypress Pine Poplar Sycamore Bass Wood and other Trees. Mills of extensive construction and capacity prepare the Liber Stock of paper makers who Purchase it by the ton in bulk and then work it into whatever shapes their business requires. As it costs far less to carry chemicals to the Forest than it would to haul the logs Wood pulp establishments Are generally located near the source of Supply. The principal chemicals used Are Lime Potash soda Ash and caustic soda. These Alkalies dissolved in water to produce the cooking liquids have been used in capacious wooden tanks in which because the temperature could not be carried above boiling heat it was necessary to continue the cooking from t to to three Days. The Advance of invention has lately rendered it possible to largely decrease the time required for this purpose. The demand for paper in All forms for old and new uses is practically unlimited and is being daily augmented. In no part of the world is there a greater variety of vegetable fiber than in the Southern states whose Cane brakes swamps forests and Cotton Fields can furnish an almost inexhaustible Supply for an indefinite period. The Cotton plantations alone could probably Supply every pulp Mill in the United states with a product cheaply gathered and manipulated and containing a Long substantial and Fine fiber. Verily this is an Agub of wonders and what further Progress the next Century May produce in the Art of paper making As Well As in the materials employed in its manufacture we dare not even Printer. For Berry cakes for Tea or breakfast take one scant Tea cupful of sugar a piece of butter the size of a Walnut on o Ipi us of sour milk one egg. One Small teaspoonful of soda. Use sufficient flour to make a moderately stiff Batter and just before putting into hot Moulds it in a pint of whorl berries or biackbjvi�4. About fifteen minutes. A a Bright versus a doleful sunday was the subject of Rev. Or. Talmage s recent Sermon in the Brooklyn Tabernacle. After expounding appropriate passages of scrip Ture he gave out the hymn a Welcome Sweet Day of rest. That saw the lord the text was a and Call the Sabbath a de Light a Isaiah Viii. 13. Or. Talmage said there is an Clement of gloom striking through All false religions. Paganism is a Brood of horrors. The god of confucius frowned upon its victims with Blind Fate. Mohammedanism promises nothing to those exhausted with sin in this world but an eternity of the same passion Al indulgences. But god intended that our religion should have the grand characteristic of cheerfulness. St. Paul struck the keynote when to said a rejoice evermore and again i say this religion has no spikes for the feet it has no Hooks for the shoulder it has no Long pilgrimages to take it has no funeral pyres upon which to leap it has no juggernauts before which to fall. Its Good cheer is symbolized in the Bible by the brightness of Waters and the re Dolence of lilies and the sweetness of music and the Hilari ties of a banquet. A choir of Szraphim chanted at its induction and pealing trumpet and waving Palm and flapping Wing of archangel Are to celebrate its triumphs. It began its chief Mission with the shout a glory to god in the highest a and it will close its earthly Mission with the ascription a hallelujah for the lord god omnipotent reign eth a but men have said that our religion is not cheerful because we have such a doleful Sabbath. The say a you can have your religious assemblages and your Long faces Aud your sniffling cant Aud your psalm books and your bibles. Give us the sunday excursion and the horse race Aud the convivial laughter. We have so much Joy that we want to spread it All Over the seven Days of tie week and you shall not have one of our Days of worldly satisfaction for religious 1 want to show these men if there Are any such in the House this morning that they Are under a great delusion and that god intended the fifty two sundays of the year to to Hung up like Bells in a Tower beating a perpetual chime of Joy Aud glory Aud salvation and heaven for i want you to carry out the idea of the text a and Call the Sabbath a i remark in the first place we Are to find in this Day the Joy of healthy repose. In this democratic country we Ull have to work some with hand some with brain some with foot if there is in All this House a hand l hat has not during the past year been stretched Forth to some kind of toil let it be lifted. Not one not one. You sell the goods. You teach the school. You doctor in the sick room. You practice at the bar. You edit a newspaper. You Tan the hides. You preach the gospel. You mend the shoes. You sit at the shuttle. You Cipry the Hod of bricks up the ladder on the Wall. And the one occupation is As honorable As the other provided god Calls you to it. I care not what you do if you Only do it Well. But when saturday night Homes you arc jaded and worn. The hand can not so skilfully manufacture the Eye can not see so Well the brain is not so Clear the judgment is not so Well balanced. A prominent manufacturer told me that he could see a difference Between the goods which went out of his establishment on saturday from the goods that went out on monday. He said a they Are very different indeed. Those that were made in the former part of the week because of the been previously Given were better than those that were made in the latter part of Tho week when the men were tired the Sabbath comes and it bathes the soreness from the limbs quiets the agitated brain and puts out the fires of anxiety that have been burning All the week. Our bodies Are seven Day clocks and unless on the seventh Day they Are wound up they Down into the grave. The Sabbath was intended As a savings Bank into it we Are to gather the resources upon which we Are to draw All the week. That Man who Breaks the Sabbath robs his own nerve his own muscle his own brain his own Bones. He dips up the wine of his own life and throws it away. He who Breaks the lords Day gives a mortgage to disease and death upon his entire physical estate and at the most unexpected moment that mortgage will be foreclosed Aud the soul ejected from the premises. Every gland and pore and cell and Finger Nail demands the seventh Day for repose. The respiration of the lungs the throb of the pulse in the wrist the motion of the Bone in its socket declare a remember the Sabbath Day to keep it there Are thousands of men who have had their lives dashed out against the Golden Gates of the Sabbath. A prominent London merchant testifies that thirty years ago he went to London. He says a i have during that time watched minutely Aud i have noticed that the men who went to business on the lords Day or opened their counting houses have without a single exception come to a prominent Christian merchant in Boston says a i find it done to pay to work on sunday. When i was a boy i noticed out on Long wharf there were merchants who loaded their vessels on the Sabbath Day keeping their men Busy from morning till night and it is my observation that they themselves came to nothing these merchants and their children came to nothing. It does no to pay a he says a to work on the i Appeal to your observation. Where Are the men who Twenty years ago were Sab Bath Breakers and who have been Sabbath-"1 Breakers Ever since without a single exception you will Tell me they have come either to financial or to moral Beggary. I defy you to Point out a single exception Aud you can take Tho whole world for your Field. It has either been a financial or moral Deal cation in every instance. Six Hundred and forty physicians in London petition parliament saying a we must have the Sabbath obeyed. We can not have health in this City and in this nation unless the Sabbath is those in our own country have Given evidence on the same Side. The Man who takes Down the shutters of his store on the Sabbath takes Down the curse of almighty god. That Farmer who cultivates his ground on the Sabbath Day raises a crop of neuralgia and of consumption and of death. A Farmer said a i defy your Chris Tau Sabbath. I will raise a sunday so he went to work and slowed the ground on sunday and harrowed it on sunday and he planted Corn on sunday and he reaped the Corn on sunday Aud he gathered it into the barn on sunday. A there who says a i have proved to you that All this idea about a fatality accompanying Sabbath work is a perfect Sham. My Corn is garnered and All is but before Many weeks passed the lord god struck that barn with lightning and away went the sunday crop. So great is the moral depression coming upon those who toil upon the Sabbath Day that you May have noticed if you have not i Call your attention to the fact that in Oasis where the Public interest demands Sabbath toil the moral depression is so great that there Are but very few who can stand it. For instance Tho police service without which not one of our houses would be Safe there arc very few who can stand the pressure and temptation of it. In London where there arc 5.000 policemen the statistics is Given that in one year 021 of that 5,000 were dismissed 523 were suspended and 2,402 were fined. Now if the moral depression be so great in occupations that Are absolutely necessary for the peace and Prosperity of society i ask you what must be the moral depression in those cases where there i3 no necessity for Sabbath work and where a Man chooses worldly business on the lords Day just because he likes it or wants to add to his emoluments during the last War it was found out that those Public works which paused on the seventh Day turned out More War material than those which worked All the seven Days. Or. Bagnall a prominent Iron merchant gives this testimony a i find we have fewer accidents in our establishment and fewer interruptions now we observe the lord s Day Aud at the close of the year now that we keep the Sabbath. I find we turn out More Iron and have larger profits than any year when we worked ail the seven the fact is Sabbath made ropes will in and Sabbath made shoes will leak and s. Ath made Coats will rip Aud Sabbath made muskets will miss fire and Sabbath occupations will be blasted. A gentleman said a i invented a shuttle on the lords Day. I was very Busy so 1 made the Model of that new shuttle on the lords Day. So very Busy was i during the week that i had to occupy Many sabbaths. It was a great Success. I enlarged my buildings i built new factories and made hundreds of thousands of dollars but i have to Tell you that All the result of that work on the Sabbath has been to me Ruiu. I enlarged my buildings i made a great Many thousands of dollars but i have lost All and i i Large it to the fact of that sunday i will place in two companies Tho men in this Community who break the Sabbath and the men who keep it and then i ask you who Are lie Best friends of society ? who Are the Best friends of morals who have the Best prospects for this world who have the Best for the world that is to come Sabbath morning comes in the household. I suppose that the Mere philosopher would say that the Sabbath Light comes in a wave current just like any other Light but it does not seem so to me. It seeing As if it touched the eyelids More gently and threw a brighter glow on the mantel ornaments and cast a better cheerfulness on the faces of the children and threw a supernatural glory Over the old family Bible. Hail Sabbath Light to rejoice in it. Rest comes in through the window or it leaps up from the fire or it Rolls out of the old Arm chair or it catches up the body into ecstasy and swings open before the soul Tho twelve Gates which Are twelve a it Earls. The bar of the unopened warehouse the hinges of the unfastened store window the quiet of Tho commercial warehouse seem to say a this is the Day Tho lord hath rest for Tho sewing woman with weary hands and aching Side and sick heart. Rest for the Over tasked Workman in Tho mine or on Tho Wall or in Tho sweltering factory. Hang up the plane drop Tho adz slip the band from the wheel put out the fire. Rest for the body for Roe mind and for the soul. A Welcome Sweet Day of rest that saw the lord arise 1 Welcome to this reviving breast and these rejoicing again i remark we ought to have in the Sabbath the Joy of Domestic reunion and consecration. There Are some very Good parents who have the faculty of making the Sabbath a great gloom. Their children up against the Wall of parental lugubrious Ness on that Day. They Are sorry when sunday comes Aud glad when it goes away. They think of everything bad on that Day. It is the worst Day to them really in All the week. There Are persons who because they were brought up in Christian families where there were wrong notions about the Sabbath have gone out into dissipation Aud will be lost. A Man said to me a i have a perfect disgust for the Sabbath Day. I never saw my fat her smile on sunday. It was such a dreadful Day to me when i was a boy i never got Over it and never those parents did not a Call the Sabbath a Delight a they made it a gloom. But thiere Are houses represented hero this morning where the children say through the week a i wonder when sunday will come a they Are anxious to have it come. I hear their Hosanna in the House i hear their Hosanna in Tho school. God intended the Sabbath to to especially a Day for the father. The Mother is Home All the week. Sabbath Day comes and god says to the father who has been Busy from monday morning to saturday night at the store or away from Home a this is your Day. See what you can do in this Little flock in preparing them for heaven. This Day i set apart for you know very Well that there Are Many parents who Are Mere butlers of the household they provide the food and raiment onco in a while perhaps they hear Tho child read a line or two in the new primer or if there be a Case of special discipline and the Mother can not manage it the child is brought up in the court martial of Tho fathers discipline and punished. That is All there is of it. No scrutiny of that child a immortal interests no realization of Tho fact that the child will soon go out in the world where there Are Gigantic and overwhelming temptations that have swamped millions. But in some households it is not that Way the Home Beautiful of Ordinary Days is More Beautiful now that the Sabbath has dawned. There i9 Moro Joy in the a Good morning a thiere is More tenderness in tiie morning prayer. The father looks at the child and the child looks at the father. The Little one dares now to ask questions without any fear of being answered a a done to bother me i must be off to the now the father looks at the child Aud he sees not merely the Blue eyes the arched brow the Long lashe3, the Sweet lip. He sees in that child a Long line of earthly destinies lie sees in that child an immeasurable eternity. As he touches that child to says a i wonder what will to the destiny of this Little one a and while this Christian father is thinking and praying the Sweet Promise flows through his soul a of such is the kingdom of Aud he feels a Joy not like that which sounds in the dance or is wafted from the froth of the wine cup or that which is like the a crackling of thorns under a i got a but the Joy of Domestic reunion and consecration. Have i been picturing something that is merely fanciful or is it possible for you and for me to have such a Home As that i believe it is possible. I have a statistic that i would like to give you. A great Many people you know say there is nothing in the Christian discipline of a household. In new Hampshire there were two neighbourhood so the one of six families the other of live families. The six families disregarded the Sabbath. In time five of these families were broken up by the separation of husbands and wives the other by the father becoming a thief. Eight or nine of the parents became drunkards one committed suicide and All came to penury. Of some forty or fifty descendants about Twenty Are known to to drunkards and gamblers and dissolute. Four or five have been in state s prison. One fell in a Duel. Some Are in Tho almshouse. Only one became a Christian and he after first having been outrageously dissipated. The other five families that regarded the Sabbath were All prospered. Eight or ten of the children Are consistent members of the Church. Some of them became officers in the Church one is a minister of the gospel one is a missionary to China. No poverty among any of them. The Homestead is now in the hands of the third generation. Those who have died have died in the peace of the gospel. Of is there nothing in a household that remembers god s holy Day can it be let possible that those who disregard this holy commandment can be prospered for this life or have any Good Hope of the life that is to come again we ought to have in Tho Sabbath the Joy of Christian assemblage. Where Are All those people going on the Sabbath you Sec them moving up and Down the Street. Is it a Festal Day people might ask. Has there been Somo Public edict commanding the Jie Ople to come Forth no. They Are Only worshippers of god who Are going to their places of religious service. In what delicate scale shall i weigh the Joy of Christian convocation it gives brightness to the Eye and a flush to the Cheek and a pressure to the hand and a thrill to the heart. You see the aged Man tottering along on his staff through the aisle. You see the Little child led by the hand of its Mother. You look around and rejoice that this is god s Day and this the communion of saints. A one lord one Faith one Somo familiar tune sets All the soul a quiver and a quake with rapture. We plunge into some old hymn and All our cares and anxieties Are bathed off. Tho glorious gospel transports us the spirit descends Jesus appears and we Feci the bounding spreading electric Joy of Christian convocation. I look upon the Church of god As one vast Hosanna. Joy dripping from the baptismal font Joy glowing in the sacrament a cup Joy warbling in the Anthem to it pc Ting against the Gate of heaven with a hallelujah like the voice of mighty thundering. Beautiful for situation the Joy of the whole Earth is mount Zion. It is the Day and the place where Christ reviews his troops bringing them out in companies and regiments and battalions. Riding along the line examining the Battle torn flags of past combat and cheering them on to future victories. Of the Joy of Christian assemblage i remark also to arc to have in this Day the Joy of eternal Sabbatise. I do not believe it possible for any Christian to spend the lords Day Here without thinking of heaven. There is something in the gathering of people in Church on Earth to make one think of the rapt assemblage of the skies. There is something in the song of the Christian Church to make one think of the song of the elders before the throne the harpists and the trumpeters of god accompanying the Harmony. The Light of a better Sabbath gilds the top of this and Earth and heaven come within speaking distance of each other the song of Triumph waving backward and Forward now tossed up by the Church of Earth now sent Back by the Church of heaven. A Day of Ull the week the Best or Emblem of eternal the Christian Man stands Radiant in its Light. His bereft heart rejoices at the thought of a country where there is neither a coffin nor Graves and his weary body glows at the idea of a land where there Are no burdens to carry and no exhaustive journeys to take. He eats the grapes of Eshcol. He stands upon the Mountain top Aud looks off upon the promised land. He hears the Call of the eternal towers and the tramp of the numberless multitude with sins forgiven. This is the Day which the lord hath made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it. Oye who have been Hunting for sunday pleasures in the streets and on the River Bank and in the houses of sin i commend to you this holy service 1 do not invite you to Swallow a great bitterness or to carry a heavy Yoke but i invite you to feel in body mind and soul the thrill of Joy which god has handed Down in the chalices of the Golden Sabbath. With what revulsion and with what pity we must look o it on that Large class of i it or sons in our Day who would throw discredit upon the lord s Day. There Are two things which Christian ii eople ought never to give up the one is the Bible and the Ether is the Sabbath. Take away one and you take both. Take either a and Farewell to christianity in this country Farewell to our civil and religious liberties. When they go All go. He who has Ever spent sunday in Paris or Antwerp or Rome if he he an intelligent Christian will Pray god that Tho Day will never come when the Sabbath of Continental Europe shall put its foot upon our shores. I had a Friend in Syracuse who lived to be one Hundred years of age. He said to me in his ninety ninth year a i went across the mountains in the Early history of this country. Sabbath morning came. We were beyond the reach of civilization. My comrades were All going out for an excursion. I said a no i wont go it is Why they laughed. They said a we Haven to any sunday to yes a 1 said a you have. I brought it with to Over the a there Are two or three ways in which we can War against Sabbath breaking usages in this Day and the ttr3t thing is to get our children upon this subject and teach them that the Sabbath Day is the holiest of All the Days and the Best and the Gladdess. Unless you teach your child under the paternal roof to keep Tho lord s Day there Are nine Hundred and ninety chances out of u thousand it will never learn to keep tie Sabbath. You May think to shirk responsibility in the matter and Send your child to Sabbath school and the House of god that will not relieve you. I want to Tell you in the name of Christ my maker and my judge that your example will be More potential than any instruction they get elsewhere and if you disregard the lords Day yourself or in Anywise throw contempt upon it you Are blasting your children with an infinite curse. It is a rough truth i know told in a rough Way but it is gods truth nevertheless. Your child May go on to seventy or eighty years of age but that child will never get Over the awful disadvantage of having had a Sabbath breaking father or a Sabbath breaking Mother. It is the Joy of Many of us that we can look Back to an Early Homo where god was honoured and when the Sabbath came it was a Day of great Monse cration and Joy. We remember Tho old faces around the table that Sabbath morning. Our hearts melt when to think of those blessed associations and to May have been off and committed Many indiscretions and done Many wrong things but Tho Day will never come when to forget the Early Home in which gods Day was regarded and father and Mother told us to keep holy the Sabbath. There is another Way in which we can War against the Sabbath breaking usages of the country at this time Aud that is by making our houses of worship attractive and the religious services inspiring. I plead not for a gorgeous audience chamber 1 plead not for grained rafters or magnificent Fresco but i do plead for comfortable churches Homelike churches places where the Church go ing population behave As they ought to. Make the Church Welcome to All however poorly Clad they May be or whatever May have been their past history for i think the Church of god is not so much made for you who could have churches in your own House but for Tho vast population of our great cities who Are treading on toward death with no voice of mercy to arrest them. A when the prodigal Homes into the Church do not stare at him As though he had no right to come. Give him the Best seat you can find for him. Sometimes a Man wakes up from his sin and to says a a in la go to the House of god a per haps he comes from one motive perhaps from another. He finds the Church dark and the Christian people frigid and there Are no people on Earth who can be Moro frigid than Christian people when they Tryand the music is Dull and he never comes again. Suppose one of these men enters the Church. As he comes in he hears a song which his Mother Sang when he was a boy he remembers it. To sits Down and some one hands him a Book open at a Jerusalem my Happy Home name Ever dear to a yes a he says a i have heard that Many he sees cheerful Christian people there every Many a face a psalm of thanksgiving to god. He says a do you Havo this so every sunday i have heard that the Home of god was a doleful place and christians were lugubrious and repelling i have really enjoyed myself a the next Sabbath the Man is again in the same place. Tears of repentance Start Down his Cheek he begins to Pray and when the communion table is spread to sits at it Aud some one reaches Over and says a i am sur prised to find you Here. I thought you did no to believe in such a nah who says a i Havo been captured. I came in Ono Day and i found you were All so Loving and cheerful Hore that i concluded i would come among you. Where thou guest i will go thy people shall to my people and thy god my god. Where thou Diest will i die and there will i to a you can to drive men out of their sins but you can coax them out you Cau Charm them out. I would to god that we could All come to a higher appreciation of this Sabbath heritage we can not count the t measures of Ono Christian Sabbath. It spreads out Over us the two wings of the archangel of mercy. Of blessed Sabbath blessed Sabbath they scoff a great Deal about Tho old Purit anic sabbaths and there is a wonderful amount of wit expended upon that subject now the sabbaths they used to have in new England. I never lived in new England but i would rather Trust the old Purit anic Sab Bath with All its faults then this modern Sabbath which is fast becoming no Sabbath at All. If our modern Sabbatise shall produce As Stalwart Christian character As the old new England Purit anic Sab autism 1 shall be satisfied und i shall be surprised. Of blessed Day blessed Day i should like to Dio some Sabbath morning when the air is full of Church music and the Bells Are ringing. Leaving my Home group with a dying Blessing i should like to look off upon some Christian assemblage chanting the praises of god As i went up to join the one Hundred and forty Aud four thousand and the thousands of thousands standing around the throne of Jesus. Hark i hear the Boll of the old Kirk on the Hillside of heaven. It is a wedding Bell for behold the bridegroom cometh. It is a victors Bell for we Are More than conquerors through him who hath loved us. It is a Sabbath Bell for it Calls the nations of Earth and heaven to everlasting repose. A to when thou City of my god Small i thy courts ascend where congregations Neer break up and sabbaths have no end a a japanese Tea House. Monkey intelligence. Pleasant sights Anil scenes in the of the Mikado. The pretty Tea House quite enchanted us. We began by admiring a rough curbed Well in the court Yard with a queer parasol arrangement of a roof High Over Tho Well sweep and passed to the pretty Garden that was All Cool Green Shade at that late hour in the afternoon that we saw it. The stairway was Steep and High As All stairways Are in this land of Short a it eople but at the top we entered upon a Long dim corridor with a polished floor of dark Ikeyaki Wood. Our rooms were at the farthest end of Tho House overlooking a third charming Garden and each Little room differed in the Beauty of its wooden ceilings its pretty recesses screens and irregular windows. The Charm of that teahouse however was a Little inlaid who for artless ways and general winning Ness can not be matched in Japan. Upon our arrival she helped carry our traps up stairs and then went into the most native raptures Over our rings hair pins Bead trimmings and belongings. She clapped her hands in ecstacy her Bright eyes sparkled and she showed rows of the most dazzling and regular Teeth. We noticed then that she was rather Nice looking and had More wit and animation than any of the specimens we had encountered before. When we ate supper sitting on the floor around an eight Inch High table with Little Tatsu presiding and waiting on us we discovered that she was really Beautiful but it was her charming frankness her simplicity and naturalness added to her quickness and Grace that made a Complete Conquest of us All. After that we let none of Tho other maids have a turn at waiting on us although they sat quietly on their heels in the room to be ready at Call. It was Tatsu that to called for when we clapped our hands Aud the whole staff of maids answered a Whei Hei a in chorus. Tatsu enjoyed it immensely too and went off and arrayed herself in her freshest Blue and White Kimono patronized the Best hair Dresser in town Aud came Hack with gorgeous bits of Crape and Gold Cord tied in with the Butterfly loop3 of her Blue Black at work. Humble workers. Good stories of a Young Chimpanzee and a Cutrali Baboon. A young1 Chimpanzee that accompanied to or. My lust return trip from Antwerp would examine the construction of a padlock with the interest of an Amateur Mechanic and once passed a whole hour in the vain Endeavor to solve the Enigma of a baby rattle a perforated Shell enclosing a number of Metal pellets. After scrutinizing the Marvel from All possible Points of View he made a cautious attempt to open the Shell with his Teeth but the reprimand of a Spectator at once made him relinquish that plan. He then deposited the Shell on a Rug and turning it Over and Over frequently stopped to listen As if comparing the results of his various experiments. My cute Baboon too will examine a picture Book Page for Page and occasionally use his lingers to verify the impression of a striking illustration an expedient which apparently fails to dispel the illusion of a looking Glass for after the experience of a Hundred seances he still persists in making a grab at Tho empty air behind the Frame in the obstinate Hope of corroborating the material existence of his Doppel Ganger. After thoroughly familiarizing himself with the contents of my sitting room he has ceased to overhaul my shelves but the introduction of any novel object at once re excites his curiosity and for similar reasons the wary four handers of Tho South american tropics promptly emerge from their hiding places at sight of a speckled dog a zoological phenomenon too wondrous to be ignored from motives of discretion. An unfamiliar sound the tinkling of a Eow Bell in a new Clearing or Tho whirr of a Buzz saw is equally sure to attract the attention of the four handed aborigines. They will pursue the strolling Bell ringer for Miles and often Stop to compare notes in a sort of solemn whisper. A popular science monthly. Forced to marry. A extraordinary specimen of european roil tape anti tyranny. The unyielding Quality of european official red tape compared with the Domestic article is elasticity itself is Well illustrated by the enforcement of a Rule of Tho danish state railways regulating the employment of guards at Crossings. Every one who has travelled in the North of Europe has noticed the enormous number of Liard houses along the railroads and the fact that women usually signal the trains. As a measure of Economy Man and wife Are employed by the state the former As a track Walker and Tho latter As a guard. The rules specify the relationship to exist Between these two classes of employees and rules Are made to be obeyed. When it happens that either die the survivor has just six weeks in which to find another partner. Neglect to do this is disobedience punished with dismissal. The employment of brother sister or servant to fill the vacancy is not allowed. The guard or track Walker must marry in six weeks or leave. A Case of this kind occurred recently near Tho old town of Kibe on Tho German Frontier. The stricken widower petitioned the government to allow him an extra week or two alleging that his work of walking All Day along the Railroad track did not give him a Chance to look for a new wife but his request was refused As in itself an infraction of discipline. The hapless widower had Only six Days of Grace left and went skirmishing with such Energy that before the end of the fifth to had a new wife flagging the trains. In. T. Sun. A wicked Coal Detler a motto a the lighter the weight Tho Tho interested people. Advertising a Patent Medicine in Tho Peculiar Way in which Tho proprietor of Kempis Balsam for coughs and colds does it is indeed wonderful. 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