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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - May 17, 1894, New Philadelphia, Ohio . Sa3iuki. Tio Ork proper. New Rillma Depilla. Ohio. The Thorn tree. La ramped Thorn tree in a pasture Bare with leakage scant and Sere stretched it gnarled branches to the restless air year after fruitless year. Year after year a Check ered Shade it cast on each stray passerby and braved with rugged strength the Winter blast As unafraid to die. To summer Robin yet had built its nest where every Twig grew Strong with rugged life lest in its tender breast the Thorn should kill the song. It bore 5ome sparse sad apples darkly red strange As a soul born mute a a ashes of life a our Sweet Elaine had said the Only dead sea fruit there was a fancy in our gossip Rife of Romance but a bitter part that the tree s thorns had wounded its own life draining to death its heart a our merry maid then with a rough Branch crowned. With rain of singing words. Pulled the dark fruit and cast it on the ground to woo the Wincer Birds. Then All at once upon that Mountain place a Vesper Thrush began Iii hymn los sweetness fuel Ting in our Maidens face. Making our cold eyes dim. S. And that strange to it e put on a Grace divine. Accepting so its life of loss As if that one Bird note had been Tho sign and Blessing of the Cross. A Millie w. Carpenter in Springfield mass Republican. The olo Mill mystery by Arthur w. March int b. A. Author of la Oadley s secret a Tower a a qty Liose hand a a visa a a alf., a. A Madeline copyright ise by the author chapter Rhu. A Why a asked the a a h e a wily serious or to desperate Wii at is it now to a Nuotio what is suspected except by you a a you Don t mean that unkindly i Hope though you Are Strance to me to nit Fht a he. Said. A How can i he anything else than suspicion is this do for a moment. There was the Parrel with or. Coode the break Iii into the Mill the finding of the neckerchief tin taking a of the papers the it discovery of that steel bar wrap i d in out of the missing papiers the Elijht and now the a unwilling Furness to a any Ini Elligs Ible use ont of a i did t say there was any tin will in a Ness a said Mary Fri Bened by tile Sla of Eric if Aeo undulation of facts. A no you Dill not say so lass i know. Hut eau i Sui p use you would not have been ready Enous a a with to lug sex Juilana Tion if be had Ives you one that i have said has Fri a a lit Ned you and you Are Pale at the Mere mention of these facts. Hut i have not wished to terrify 3�?Ton Only to try and let you see How other people will look at them when they Are tile firl Hunt a her head and Bilu clip in affixation for a Minnuti. Yet thinly inc deeply and intently. A a Hon she lift etl her Fae and looked at la r con Anion. A when they Are known. Vill they Ever be known she asked in a v a Iee that was unsteady and Low. A wily need they be known a a what do Yon mean a asked the Man by Way of reply. A most of these thief is Are known Only to you a she said. A Why then is it to speak of them Shenben lorring a Rose from his chair Aud Wall Cal once or twice with Hasty by up and Down the Littky room. Then he Sto ted by the Side of the Rirl. A you would live me continue to keel All this As a secret a be Aud Bent Over Lier As he spoke. A you hav said Yon Are our Friend a Tom s Friend and she looked up in i face and spoke in a plead in 4�?T, tone. A can Yon not to this out of your Friendship i Kustiw he has never done what is said Aii Ainsil him. I know it i feel it in my heart. I would not ask this if i did not know that Tom s heart in this is As innocent As my own. Lie Ernul not do such a . J Here eau he no harm therefore in not Onerea Sinif the Dittli Nelty of la Vii if his innocence. Yon Are not Lound to speak out what you think. A or. To Orrin a do help us. Forcio s Sake help us a she Rose at this and standing by him took his hand and carried it to Lier lips and looked Init Loring a into his eyes. A do Yon know All that you Are asking my to do a he asked Rathur hoarsely. A i am asking you to help of who is inn octet from the dangers of injustice and wrong a she said. A what if he be guilty a he asked. A then think what i Atli tining. I am Liol Ping to Sui at Liberty a Man Olio could do such a deeds Liis and to put you into ins voice Sank to a whisper As he said t his and los eyes avoided her troubled gaze in tir a moment. A a Ribiat is asking met Ltd do what frightens me a he said a Elf i know that by were innocent a if i knew it i say if All there to me a it wonk he Dill Erent. Hut the fear that you whom of All women on this Earth i would give my life to keep from danger might possibly have to encounter such a risk stays me. If lie is not innocent. And my silence to him at Liberty i am the instrument of putting you into tile Power of a Man who could do a deed of this awful Char Atma a i am not afraid a said Mary with a smile which was clock pint of Lier Eon Rideno it in Lier lovers innocence. A so you need not he a a you do not look at Toliese facts As i do. No Mary it cannot he. It Itil i know that you would not be endangered i cannot keep silence. Listen my belief is this he went to the Mill wishing to convince or. Code of his innocence of the Lluu Hargis in hey discussed it Kari eled and probably in sudden Tierce and violent Wrath he struck the blow Lii Eli proved fatal. I will not i tui to save j oni Roylance subject you to the risks Early sudden Vici Lenee might mean a a would Yon rather that an innocent Man soft Erbil a no Only i would rather that the a holc Case were fully impaired into and the truth a Lyon Are Liana very hard to move a she cried. A Elf i am hard it is for Yon a a he said bonding Over her. A you know wi13 i live taken this interest in Tom. It is not for him or for his Sakti he is no More to me than the Click of a Slit to. It has been for 3 of and for von alone my lass. Uriu know How i love 3 of 3�?Tou know i am a Man who never changes and that that love i will never alter. It is m3�?T life. A lieu i saw Liim neglecting 3�?Tou, i said never a word though i hated Liim for the misery i knew he was causing to 3 of and i would have hounded Liim from the place. Hut i Lichi m3�?T hand for your Sake. Lass. I had schooled m3�?T.self till i could wish and plan and scheme for 3�?Tour happiness even with another Man. I meant Well l�3�?T Tom and then that ugl3�?T business of the sick fund Money cropped up. I smoothed it Over a for your Sake lass not his. Then the rain accounts were wrong and i tried to make things Rig lit with or. Coode. It was never my fault that things went As thc3 did. The moment there was a Chance i meant Tom to come Back and still it was All for your Sake Mai 3�?T. I we Ould have done fift3�?T times a3�?Tc, five Hundred times As much if it meant 3onr happiness. For i loved 3�?Tou, my lass ahas a lass has rarel3�?T been loved in this he stopped As though his emotion had overcome him. A this will be for m3 happiness a said the girl awed by the strength of passion who Ali had inspired Tho Many a Tuortu. A nay nay if Tom has done what i fear he has it might mean not happiness for 3ou but constant danger. There is but one thing that would let me do w hat 3mu a what is that a cried the girl a Quick eager Light flashing from her eyes and ill mining her face As she Rose and stood by his Side. A if 3�?Tou consent to have his guilt or innocence left unsettled by keeping these facts concealed you must be read3�?T to accept the consequences of leaving the Issue in a what do you mean by consequences a asked Mary. A you must act As if he could not prove his the Many a voice w As hoarse and hollow we Ith nervousness As he said this. A Well what does that mean a a that in the first place you two must keep then came a Long silence. The girl broke it. A you mean that the Price of Jour silence is to be our separation a she spoke in a hard Clear cutting Monotone. A i mean that if he cannot prove his innocence i dare not Trust 3�?Tou to his keeping a answered Reuben Gorringe. A is there an3�?Tthing More a a i love 3�?Ton, mar3�?T,�?� he burst out. A i love you with All 1113�?T heart and strength and soul. I will give up my life to make 3�?Tou happ3% if 3�?Tou Are parted from him i can offer 3�?Tou a shelter in 1113�?T heart. Yon shall never know a Sladow of care or miser3x i will give up 1113�?T life to 3�?Tou, my love. Trust to m3�?T Darling and i swear Thatje of shall never repent Ile Shook with the Force and Rush of la is passion and As he Bent Over the girl the sweep of her hair As it touched his face made him tremble with excitement. A would 3�?Tou marr3�?T a girl who cannot love 3�?Tou, and who might grow to hate 3�?Tou for the Vanlier in w Lii Ali 3�?Tou had won her consent a lie knew from the words that she had seen his purpose. Hut he cared nothing for that now. A i love 3�?Tou,�?� lie said. A such love As mine must find its counterpart. Hut i care nothing for that. I love 3�?Tou. That is Enovich for me. Give me 3�?Tour-self. Let me have 3�?Tou with me always. To be Able to see 3�?Tour face to listen to your voice to try and w in your love. That is enough. My god i would be Content to marry 3�?Tou though 3�?Tou hated me like sin or mar3�?T we As silent doubted lie self or answer would be. She began to feel that there we As something Slie did not understand something that w As not on the surface. A i cannot ans we or now. Give me not because she doubted we hat her hut instinctively time to think and leave me now a she said. Reuben Gorringe took Lier hand and pressed it to his lips and w Hen she did not seek to we Ith Druwe it his heart beat Quick with exultation. Chapter xxii. Tom s statement. All that night l\iar3�?T wrestled we Ith the problem Wlinich Reuben Gorringe had her. Strong As her Faith in a Jim in a innocence was what Gorringe had said had been sufficient to make her understand the extreme danger in which he stood and the dire need for his having a shrewd and Clever Man to defend him. She saw too what a vast dil Terence it we Ould make if the evidence we hich Reuben Gorringe alone we Cre kept secret. Yet what a Price w As that asked for silence could she pa3�?T it if there we Cre no alternative if no other me ins remained for saving Tom s Good name and Honor silo we Ould do it. Hut there w As no time in which that yes a said Mary again in the same Low trembling voice. A we parted at a spot close about three quarters of the Way to pres bum a it must have been so Mew Here about ten of clock. I we As Home this Side of Midnight and in be never seen her since a a what a cried Mary in a very different voice. A a in be never seen her since a he repeated. A i hurried Home said a few words to my father to prepare him for what he we Ould hear of m3�?T running awa3�?T from the charge of theft and we Ith Savannah for i knew it must All come out and got away out of the House As Quick As possible. I thought 3�?Tou Milit be coming and i Dur sen t face 3�?Tou�?mad though i we ask and i rushed Back As Quick As m3�?T legs would take me to Hesburn. Hut i could see nothing of Savannah. I lingered about the streets All through the night until the Dawn ii and with the earliest train we As aw�?Tu3�?T to Manchester. Hut i saw nothing of her and have seen nothing since. Liat s the truth lass on m3 Honor. The telling had been painful enough for them let oth and at the close mar3�?T remained buried for a minute in deep thought. Then she lifted her arms suddenly and threw them round the Man embracing him with such passion and Fervour As he had rarely known. She Clung to him thus until she recovered her self command. A time s ncarl3�?T up a said the police sergeant at this moment and without turning his head to look round. This served to quicken the girls thoughts. A there Are some questions i must ask a she said. A we must try to keep Calm. How came 3�?Tou to place a Small steel bar behind the books in 3�?Tour parlor i found it on the sunday after you had gone awa3�?T.�?� a a Small steel bar a he said. A there s not such a thing in the House that i know of. Where do 3�?Tou mean a she told him All except Liat she had found blood stains on it he repeated his denial of any knowledge of the thing and was full of Surprise at what she said. A did 3�?Tou Ever get hold of the paix is relating to that mouo3�?T affair a she asked him. A one of them was around the a i never saw them except in or. Coodey a hands on frida3�?T afternoon. Certainly i never took a it is strange very Sti Ange a a replied mar3�?T. A another thing i told you that a witness swy oars 3�?Tou we Ere close to the Mill on fridu3�?T night. You we Cre seen breaking in somewhere about ten o clock and that a handler Ltd Hief of 3�?Tours was found close 1 3�?T the Verv spot. Can 30u suggest an3�?Tthing a to show Liere tins mistake can be cleared up a a certainly i can. Savannah herself will Pic voc that i w As not near the Mill. I did not leave her on tile Hesburn Road until past ten and then id six Miles to w Alk Back to walk ecu Bridge. That is Clear a and the neckerchief a a i gave it to her a he said a i gave it to her some da3�?Ts before one night when w e were walking together a he made the confession shamefacedl3�?T and reluctantl3�?T�?�?oaud she had not returned a Lyon gave it to Savannah a cried mar3�?T, somewhat excitedl3�?T. A shut if 3�?Tou gave it to Savannah now came it in the Mill that night a she asked. A it is reckoned As proof of 3�?Toiir having been there at a wrong time on a w Rong errand. That about Savannah a Tom looked at his companion and his face was Pale. A i have been asking myself that question Ever since 3�?Tou told me 3�?Testerdav a a cheerful theme of a discourse by Rev. T. Dewitt Talmage d. D. The position the Church of god should occupy it should to the most cheerful spot on Earth and ought to be ahead of the times. Issue could be put to the test. It was at Manchester about the Scarf having been found a he said. A a in a sorry to interrupt 3�?Tou two a said the police sergeant turning and coming to them a but time s More than a Good a 3�?T, Tom then a cried the girl throwing her arms around his neck and kissing him passionatel3�?T and hastil3�?T. A keep heart dear and w e la soon have things All cleared. Gucki bless 3�?Ton, sweetheart a and with a smile of Loving Confidence she hurried away. The chief to bought in her mind was that at last All fear of Savannah a influence was at an end and being a we Oman that Assurance gave her infinite pleasure. Then she puzzled Over we hat could possibly be tile meaning of that neckerchief being found where it we As. If it meant anything serious to Savannah she would be sure to deny that Tom had Ever Given it to Lier. The same reasoning applied to her evidence about their having been together in the evening and until so late and Mary pondered Long and anxiously Over the Best w�?Ta3�?T of approaching the girl with the View of getting from her the truth. To be continued the most hopeless feature of the whole plan that she had to sa3�?T at once what course she would take. It was not to asked be a last and desperate course but she Lead to judge for herself we hat we Ould be the pro Balile results of a trial in Bioli the evidence w Ould be produced and to decide before it could be tried. Oat of All the confusion a thought one determination came. She we Only see Tom get the we Hole of the facts from him and then tr3�?T to judge of the chances. Karhu the next morning she w ent to the Pollee station and succeeded in making arrangements to see him before the Case came on before the magistrates. To her disma3�?T, however she we As not permitted to see him alone. She spoke to the police sergeant who was to he present asking him to leave them to Geilier. A we Are lovers a she said simpl3�?T and Slie looked so piteous that the Man a who himself we As unmarried and in love was touched. A i must carr3�?T out m3�?T instructions but a and Heie he looked cunningl3�?Tat h a re a i Ain t got c3�?Tes in the Back of m3�?T Lead and Ali spering ainu to thus Mary gained her w�?Ta3�?T despite the Law and we Hen the lovers met the3�?T had an eager whispered conference. She told him we hat Reuben Gorringe had said about a lawyer. Then she questioned him. A you must Tell me we hat passed on that frida3�?T night a i told Shii i would rather not mai�?T3�?T,�?� lie answered. A shut 1113�?T dear i must know. It must All he made known. You we ill have to account for All 3�?Tour time on that frida3�?T Tom Luing Liis head As if ashamed to speak. A a you la hate me lass we Hen 3�?Tou know and May he turn from to and then i won t have a Friend left in the whole blessed w a Tom Tom done to even lint such a thing. Who should be your Friend if not i 3�?Tonr promised wife Tell me a i we As wit i Savannah All that Tho words came out slowly and rc-luctantl3�?T, As if dragged against his will. A with Savannah a cried mar3�?T, in astonishment. A Mfd Best Tell 3 0u the lot m3�?T lass and then 3�?Tou la see Why i be been ashamed to mention it. After 3�?Tou and i parted and i had promised to Stop which Simi face out the matter of the Money i meant to keep m3�?T word. I did Fli deed a mar3�?T kissed him to let him feel that she believed and forgave him a i waited a bit and then started to go to tile Mill As i told 3�?Tou i we Ould to live a talk Over Hie matter w Ith or. Coode. I was going there we Hen i met Savannah. I Don t know How it is but she has alwa3�?Ts had a sort of influence Over me. I Don t know what it is. When i m away from her i can to understand in3�?Tself but we Hen in a we Ith her silo eau make me do pretty much we Liat she a she shall never do that again. Tom a whispered the girl pressing his Arm. A silo stopped me going and made me go w Ith her instead. We stayed near her cottage for a time and presently we walked aw�?Tu3�?T�?i Don t know Liat time and went along the Hesburn Road Lialf-w�?Ta3�?T to tile town i should think and then we Ell i can to Tell 3�?Ton All that passed. I done to rightly know m3�?Tself, i fanc3�?T. Hut the old idea and longing to run awa3�?T came Over me. Silo said she knew about therobber3�?T of the Money and that i was disgraced if i sta3�?Tcd in the place and we Ell m3�?T lass it la Hurt 3�?Tou to hear Mesa a it ma3�?Tbe but you wanted me to Tell the truth she made me Promise to go away we Ith her for Good and i we As that beside myself that i w As hot and Cager for her to do a what then a asked the girl who was trembling a in dread of we hat had 3�?Tet to come. A i must have been mad lass i think. An3�?Tw�?Ta3�?T, i did just we hat she told me and asked never a question. She told me to go Back and get such things As i cared to have with me and then to walk Over to meet her at Hesburn and to go on to Manchester by the Early morning Tracq a a a sizing up the guests. Why a hotel clerks desk always commands a View of the Entrance. A did 3�?Tou Ever think w�?Tli3�?T every hotel office faces the Entrance a queried a Veteran clerk for the reception of guests addressing a we Riter for the Washington . A Well it Isnit Mere Accident i can assure 3�?Tou, but the main idea of the arrangement is to give ample opportunit3�?T for the clerk to stud3�?T the people who come into the House. Every stranger is an understudy and to make just one mistake in a a sizing him up might mean serious trouble Liere is the Man who should not he trusted for a room if he is we Ith out a trunk. Then there is another who can stand double rates for the Best rooms and is sure to we unt a Bath while another will never want to Kotlier with such lavator3�?T nonsense As can 011i3�?T be found in a tub. There is tile Man who wants the cheapest room in the House and is willing to put up with annoyance to get it. Another has a literav3�?T Genius and w ill Burn Gas with an open Lia Iid and 3�?Ton we ant to get him in a room w Ith but one Jet. All peculiarities the clerk is supposed to divine and in order to do it �?~1 3�?T sight he wants to get a View of the guest from the time he enters the door till he reaches the counter for 3�?Ton can Tell character 1 3�?T a Many a swing or appearance a Little Way off that could not so we Ell be detected w Hen he is w within a foot of 3�?Tou. A takes brains to be behind a desk a Well i just Tell 3�?Tou 3�?Ton have it now. It does take brains and not alone a Diamond shirt pin As some unsophisticated people Florup Power of the whale. A interesting study of the horse pow or of the w Liale has been made 1 3�?T the eminent anatomist. Sir Avilliah Turner of the of Edinburgh Scotland in conjunction with or. John Henderson the equall3�?T eminent Glasgow shipbuilder. The size and dimensions of a great whale stranded several 3�?Tears ago on tile Shore at Long-ridd3�?T, furnished the iiecessar3�?T data for computation of the Power necessary to propel it at the rate of two Elve Miles an hour. This we Hale measured eight3�?T feet in length twent3�?T feet across the flanges of the Tail and weighed sevent3�?T-four tons. It was calculated that one Hundred and fort3�?T-five horse Power was necessary to attain the Speed mentioned. Volcanoes for Sale. According to an advertisement contained in the danish government Gazette published in Copenhagen two big volcanoes Are for Sale. Thc3�?T Are situated in Iceland and Are the principal attractions of the Island. The owner asks for them the sum of four Hundred dollars apiece not an excessive charge for an3�?Tone who May have use for railway mathematicians calculate that a train we hich can Speed at the rate of 85 Miles an ii our we Ould require from 72 to 75 seconds in we hich to a pull up or come to a standstill. It we Ould re quire nearly a mile in w Pali to Stop. On the sunday morning just previous to the fire we hich destro3�?Ted his Church. Rev. Or. Talmage took for the theme of his discourse a a cheerful Church a the text being selected from Solomon a song iv., i a behold thou Art fair my follow ing is the Vernion a higher criticism sa3�?Ts that this Book of Solomon s song is a love scene a forlorn Maiden sighing for her Beau. If so it is an unclean and debauched utterance inserted in the pure word of god and is not fit for common Reading. My opinion is that it is an inspired ode setting Forth the feeling of Christ to Ward the churl and of the Church to Ward Christ. Christ is the bridegroom and the Church is the Bride. The same we ords we can utter to Day truthfully whether in regard to the Church of god in general or this Church in particular a behold thou Art fair m3�?T the past week has been one of prolonged congratulation for that we a have for tw�?Tent3�?T-five 3�?Tears been permitted to associate with each other in the relation of pastor and people. When i came to hrookl3�?Tn i found a Small band of Christian disciples who for various causes had become and , until they stood upon the Verv verge of extinction As a Church and the question w As being agitated from time to time w Hether it would be possible to maintain a Church life longer. Indeed had not those men and we Omen been consecrated and Earnest they we Ould have surrendered to the Adverse circumstances. Tlic3�?T marshalled a congregational meeting and gathering up All the forces i possible they cast Nineteen votes for a pastor All of which i am happ3�?T to have received. It w As not through any so Virit of personal courage or reckless adventure that led me from one of the warmest and most congenial pastorate in Hila Delphia that a Man Ever enjo3�?Tcd, to this then most uninviting Field hut it was the feeling that god had called me to the work and i sure he would see me throng i. I have thought that it might he profitable to us to state briefly Liat kind of a Church we have been tr3�?Ting to establish. In the first place i remark that we have been to 3�?Ting to build Here a Christian church�?distinctivel3�?T such in other words a Church we Here we should preach the lord Jesus Christ and him crucified. M3�?T theolog3�?T gone into five letters Jesus Jesus tile Pardon of All offences. Jesus the foundation for All structures. Jesus the Balm for All wounds. Jesus the e3�?Te-Salve for All blindness. Jesus the guide through All perplexities. Jesus the Hope for All discouragements. Jesus the Reform for All we Rongs. I have Faith to believe that there is More Power in one drop of the blood of Jesus Christ to cure the woes of the we orld than in an Ocean full of human quackery. Jesus is the a in and est note in an3�?T mlnstrels3�?T. He is the brightest Gem in au3�?T Crown. Height overstepping All height. The Center of Ever a circumference. The circumference to every Center. Tile pacifier of All Terhi Lonce. The Umpire of All disputes. Jesus Jesus at his table All nations Are to sit. Around his throne All we Orlds Are to revolve. He is to be the irradiation of the universe. Jesus Jesus it is that truth that we have tried to preach in this Tabernacle. Do you ask More minute a what we a believe i can Tell 3�?Tou, we have no di�?T3�?T. Withered juice less theology. We believe in god the father almighty the maker of heaven and Earth the deliverer of the distress a Ltd the Home for the homeless the Friend for the friendless. We believe in Jesus Christ Able to save to the uttermost pardoning the guilty imputing his righteousness to the lad lever. We believe in the hoi 3�?T ghost the comforter the sanctified cheering up the heart in life s ills and kindling Bright lights in every dark Landing place. We believe that the whole race is so sunken in sin that nothing hut the omnipotent Arm of god can Ever lift it out. We believe in Grace free Grace Sovereign Grace triumphant Grace eternal Grace. Be believe in a Bible authentic in its statements immaculate in its teachings glorious in its promises. We believe in heaven the abode of the righteous and in hell the residence of those who Are their own fre Choice refusing the divine inero3�?T. We believe in the salvation of All men who accept Christ by Faith be they sprinkled or immersed w worship tho3�?T in Cathedral or log Cabin believe thc3�?T in hrcsb3�?Tte-rianism or episeopac3�?T, dwell the3�?T under italian skies or in siberian Snow storms he Uliey ethiopian or american. All one in Christ. One lord. One Faith one baptism on the wa3�?T to one heaven. We built this Tabernacle for the purpose of setting Forth these great theories of the gospel of the son of god. Would that we had been More faithful in the pulpit would that we had been More faithful in the Pew i remark further that we have tried Here to build a Church distinctively unconventional. Instead of asking As some people Are disposed to do. How other people do it we have asked the question How people do not do it. Imperious custom has decided that churches shall be angular cheerless glooin3�?T, unsympathetic forgetting that what men Call a pious gloom is impious and that the it eople Are the most comfortable and that this is the most Eli Eie it service we Here the people Are made most sick of sin and most anxious after Christ and heaven and so we Call the architects to Geilier for our first Church building and said a give us an Amphitheater a that is a Large famil3 Circle gathered around a fireplace. For Many 3�?Tears we live Felt that an Amphitheater avas the Only proper shape for an audience room. The prominent architects of the eountr3�?T said a it cannot be done. You need a churchly and so we had plan after plan of chnrehl3�?T buildings presented a it it in due time god sent a Man who grasped our idea and executed it. So far from being a failure it satisfied our want and All our three churches w Ere built on the mph theatrical plan and scores of churches All Over the conntr3�?T have adopted the same plan. And. Or Brethren and Sisters we a fail in our w Ork just in proportion As w e tr3�?T to be like other churches. Be believe that god intended every Church like ever3�?T Man to be individual gathering up All its peculiarities and Idio-s3�?Tncrasies, and hurling them All toward some Good and grand object. In other words no two churches ought Ever to he just alike. Here is a Church for instance object is to prepare philosophers and artists and critics for heaven. God Speed them in Hie difficult work Here is a Church on the other hand that to bringonl3�?T the poor into the kingdom of Lesus Christ looking not after the Rich. God sgt eed such a Church in its undertaking hut there is a larger idea that a Church ma3�?T take bringing in the Rich and the poor the Wise and the ignorant the High and the lows so that kneeling beside each Oer shall he the Man faring ever3�?T da3�?T, and the Man who could not get his breakfast. God Speed such a Church of my friends w e need to break away from slaver3�?T to ecclesiastical custom. We dare not sing if any Lindy hears us. We dare not preach unless we have rounded off our sentences to suit the criticism of the we orld. We dare not for Church until we have examined the fashion plates and w Ould rather sta3�?T at Home than appear w Ith a coat or a hat not sanctioned by custom. When will the Day of deliverance come to the Church of Ockl when instead of a dead religion out in of a cat Falque of pomp and insincerity we a shall have a living bounding sympathetic glowing christianity i remark further that we have tried Here to build and to conduct a cheerful Church. While asyl of know we have not held Back the terrors of the Law and the sterner doctrines of the gospel we have tried in this House to present to this people the idea that the Gladdess brightest happiest thing in All the universe is the Christian religion. There is so much trouble in the world men have so Many anxieties toiling men have so Many fatigues orphans have so Many desolation so for gods Sake if there he any Bright place on Earth show it to them. Iet the Church of Jesus Christ be the most cheerful spot on Earth. Let me say that i do not want any body to come whining around me Alx it the Christian religion. I have no Faith in a religion made up of equal parts of we Ormwood vinegar and red Pepper of the religion that is presented to us to 1x5 a depression we we ill get along better without it. If it be a Joy let it Shine out from your face and from 3�?Tour conversation of a Man comes to my House to talk of religion w Ith lugubrious countenance and manner full of sniffle and dolorous Ness i feel like saying to my wife a you had better lock up the Silver before he steals i have found it an invariable Rule that men who profess Faith Iii the lord Jesus Christ priding themselves at the same time on their sanctimonious Ness aug Aye a turn out badly. I never knew an exception. While those w to Are Hie consistent the most useful and the most , have perfume in their conversation and heaven in their face. The happiest cd Kristians i have Ever know a have been from sixty to eighty years of age. By that time people get Over the Shams and Pic tenses of society and have no longer any patience w Ith any thing like imposture in religion. Of Christian How dare you be gloomy is not Godys our father is not Jesus Clorist your Saviour has not 3�?Tour path All through life been strew n we Ith mercies Are you insensible to the fact that there arc glories awaiting you in the better land a do ologies of celestial worship eternal Chorals tearless eyes songs that resound under air Ches of strength and Hosanna that clasp their hands at the foot of the throne is it nohring to you that All the Hills of Hix Iven Are Radiant with the faces of those who have gone up from you and who Are waiting your coming ready to keep we Ith 3�?Tou eternal Holiday ? is there nothing in songs that never cease in hearts that never ache in splendours that never die to Makeya of glad then take no Moi a mercy at the hand of thy god give Back the marriage ring of love that Jesus it on your Finger in the Day of 3�?Tonr Espousal Plant no More of the Flowers of heaven where there ought to be nothing but Nettles and nightshade we try to make this Church a cheerful Church. A Man on saturday afternoon stands in his store and says a How shall i meet obligations How can i end in a this new disaster that is coming upon me who goes Home. Sabbath morning finds him in the House of god. Al a rough the song through the Sermon through the prayer tile lord Lesus Christ says to that Man a to Man i have we ate hed thee i have seen All thy struggles. It is enough i w ill see thee through i will stand Betws Een the a and thy creditors. I will make up in heavenly treasures what 3�?Ton have lost in earthly treasures. Courage Man courage Angels of god i command you to Clear the track for that Man put your savings Over his head with your Golden scepter strike for his defense throw around him All the defences of eternity a what is the Conse it Nenee that business Man is strengthened. He goes to the store next Day feeling that god is w till him and ready to deliver. Al hat same sunday there is a poor old we Oman in the Church hearing the gospel. Of How shrunken she is she wears the same old dress she wore two in Tyr years ago. How faded it is. And now out of Date she sits and listens As Well As she can. Her eyes Are so dim she can not St get half Way across the Church. Her ear is so imperfect that she can Only catch a note of the psalm or a we Ord of the preacher. Some one sitting next to her gives her a Hook and finds the place flt in her. She says. A thank you miss thank Yon a she Linchis the Hook close up to her eyes and we Ith a voice All full of tremors sings Jesus Lover of my soul let me to thy bosom Fly. While the Billows near me Roll while the tempest still is High hide me of my Saviour hide till the storm of life is past. Safe into the Haven guide a Gill receive my soul at last. And Jesus says to her a Mother Are von w eary a and Slie says a yes Jesus i am very tired a Jesus says a pm outlier Are y of poor a and Slie says a a yes i am very poor. I cannot sew any More i cannot knit any More. I am very poor a Jesus says to Lier a a Aio Hier would 3�?Ton like to rest a she says a a yes lord that is what i want rest a a courage Mother Quot says Jesus. A a i will see thee to rough a she goes Lime. The next morning in the tenement House some one dwelling on another floor comes to Hor room and knocks. No answer. I he door is opened. She is dead the night before the chariots of god halted at that Pillow of Straw and Jesus kept his Promise. He said that he we Ould give her rest and he has Given her rest. Glory be to Iod for the height the depth the length and the breadth of Snell Christian Comfort of that we might Milit live such Joy As that which inspired the men at the Battle of Lenthen. They were singing a Christian song As they w ont into Battle. A general said to the King a a shall i Stop those people e singing a a no a said the King a a men that can sing like that can i would that we Chad a singing Church a Joy Fol Church a jubilant Ehui of a comforting Church for then we a we Ould have a triumphant Hureh. I Rmark. Further that we have Here tried to build a Church a Reast of the times. It is All Folly for us to try to do things the Way they did fifty or a Liun dred years ago. The Milit As Well he blowing we Atli Elijah s crooked stick. Or go into Battle with Saul s Armor or prefer a canal boat to an express train As to be clinging to old things. What we most need now is a Wideaw Ake Church. People who Are out in the we orld All tile we cell jostling against this lightning footed Century come into the Chireh on the Sabbath and go right to sleep unless they have a spirited service. Men engaged in literary callings All the week Reading pungent Sharp writings. Cannot lie sex Pic cited to come and hear our ecclesiastical humdrum. Of a Man stays at Home on sundays and reads tile new spat is it is because the newspapers Are More interesting. We need my Brethren to Rouse up. And Stop Hunting with Blank Cain Bridges. The Chireh of hid ought to he the Leader tile , the inspirer of the age. It is All Folly for us to he discussing Obi issues arraign ing Nero hanging Absalom striking the Fhil Stincs with sluicing a s of goad when All around about us Are iniquities to he slain. Did i say that the Church ought to he abreast of the times i take that Hack. The Chireh of god ought to be a Earl of the times As far in Advance As the Cross of Christ is ahead of All human invention. Paul was a thousand years ahead of tile Day in we hich he lived. The swy Ift flt a ted years that have passed since Luther died have Notye it come up to Luther a grave. Give inquiry four thousand years the Start and the feet of christianity Are so nimble that Ifyu of we Ould hut give it full swing it we ill catch up and pass it in two in funds. The Church of god ought to be ahead of the times. I remark further that we have tried Here in the love and fear of Jod to build a Church that we Ould lie characterized by conversions. I have heard of very Good people who could preach to for Fly teen or Twenty years and see no conversions but we have Faith. It takes a very Good Man to do that. I do not know How a Man can keep his Faith Kovel use of rubber in Rule is. One cd Tho novelties in the rubber Trade is a reversible Rug or carpet. Vol Kun own now a Man can keep is latin a a o i up if souls Are not brought to the lord this consists of a thin Sheet of Perfi Jesus Christ. That Church that does not bring men and we Omen to the feet of the Saviour is a failure. I care not How Fine the building or How Sweet the music or How elegant the preaching or Liow elegant the surroundings it is a failure. The Church of god was made for just one things to get men out of the we orld into the kingdom of heaven. The tendency in churches is to spend their time in giving Fine touches to christians already polished. We keep our religion too much indoors and under shelter when it ought to be climbing the rocks or hewing in the forests. Then it we Only be a Stalwart religion a robust religion a religion Able to digest the Strong meat of the w Ord instead of being kept on the tiap and Gruel of spiritual invalid ism. It is High time that we a throw off the sunday clothes of sickly sentimentality and put on the workday dress of an Earnest Active christianity. Here is Hanxi Klys ii Here is new York Here Are the United states Here is the whole we orld to be converted. It is eighteen Hundred and ninety Foury ears since Christ came and yet Europe Asia Africa North and South America Are still a evangelized. More people Horn every year into the we orld than Are born into the kingdom of god. At that rate i ask any one who can do a simple sum in arithmetic to calculate when this world will be brought to Jesus. At that ratio never never never and yet we know that it is to he brought to Christ. Hut the Church we ill have to change its tact and take a we Ider sweep w Ith the gospel net than any it Hasyn it taken. I believe that the great masses of the people Are now ready to receive the gospel if we give them a Chance. A boy goes along the Street at night and sees a Fine House beautifully lighted up and hears music and he says a i we ish i we As in there but i have not been invited a and so he passes on. Here is a Church of god lighted up we Ith festivity and holy mirth and the world passes along outside hears tile music and sometimes we Isles it we As inside but says Liat it is not invited. Of invite Hie we orld to come in go out into the highways and Hedges. Send a ticket of invitation printed in these we ords a come for All things Are now some 3�?Tears ago two Hundred men we orc buried in the Hartley Colliery of England. The Queen of England from her throne telegraphed a a is there any Hope for the men a after awhile the answer came Over the we ires a a no Hope they Are Here is a whole race buried in sin and darkness and we of. The question that thrills up to the throne of Jod to Day is a a is there any Lope for the men a answering intelligence comes Hack from the throne of god thrilling through the world s darkness thrilling through the we Orivs we of. A yes Hope for one Hope for All whosoever will let him come. And the spirit and the Bride say come. And let Liim that is Athirst come a we have had conventions All Over the country discussing the subject a a How shall tile great musses be brought to Christ a Al hey live passel splendid resolutions at the close of the meeting a a Long list of eight urn or fifteen have been Reail and then the presiding officer Lias said a fall Hose in favor of the resolutions for Ute conversion of the world purifying the cities and re deeming the masses and making every thing All right say a May a a say a to Tousand voices. A fall opposed a they Aye is have there the world is converted. A we do not seem to get along by such a process. If this world is Ever to be Bro tight to go Ltd it will not be by the handful of ministers we have in this country. It we ill 1x5 by tile great masses of Cliris Tian men and we Omen disc barging their duty of the private Church Mem Ier so ii of tills country would hut put on their Armor and go Forth i vie Lieve that in fifteen years this whole land would he redeemed for Christ. Would god that All the jux a Ople were prophets i am never afraid to hear a Man say that he is going to Prea Eli. Of lie can not preacly people w ill not go to hear him. If he eau he has a message from the almighty and i would have him deliver it. Look out How you interfere with him. Since we have been together As pastor and people How Many live been promoted to the glories of heaven. They died sweetly calmly As Only christians can die. They have put Down ii the staff of their pilgrimage they have taken up the Palm of the Victor. The lord Jesus has swung his Arm through this Church a Good Many times. He has been up and Down All these aisles. He has taken the Little children the dear Little children. He came Down into the Garden to gather the lilies and the aged As Well. One who sat right there so that when i used to reach i could almost put my hand on ills head when i came Back from my summer vacation was gone. Do How the glories of heaven shone around that old Man s face As he sat there Sabbath after Sabbath gone now. Happy spirit Happy we Ith All those who have passed the to Oil. One army of the living god to his to Miniand we l of in Art of the Host have crossed the flood. And part Are crossing now. I thank you for All your kindness for All your syn input Hyp for All your Pray ers for me As pastor. It is a sorrow to me that i am to 1h�?~ absent even for a few months. I have worked to the full extent of physical mental and spiritual endurance for this Church. Now we Start out on our two Enty sixth 3�?Tear. How Many of us we ill close it Here i know not. Rut living or dying let us cling to Christ. Of that ail the people we Only love him i w ish that i could take this audience this morning and Wreath it around the heart of my lord Jesus Christ. Do he is such a dear Saviour he is such a Loving Jesus he is so precious he is All the world to me. He is heaven to me. He washed away my sins. He comforted me in Days of darkness and trouble. He is mine. Of blessed Jesus sweetest sound i Ever heard or Ever expect to hear is thy name. My closing prayer this morning is that god will have mercy on the it lying population of our great Citurs. And that the whole Earth will put on Hilt Lal array for the coming of her lord. Ride on King Jesus ride on let a the third but a of Israel. From everlasting to everlasting and let the whole Earth be filled with his glory amen and amen Mohs Medan worship. Ated rubber cloth similar to that used in the manufacture of boots the yarn is first forced through the Little holes and then automatically spread on both sides of the rubber sheeting. The result is a Rug that has exactly the appearance of Roquette or other pile fabric we Hile it much less to manufacture and is reversible As Well As durable. As jute As a filling is entirely dispensed we Ith the Only expense is for yarn and . Louis Republic. A foolish question. Pat had called on the doctor. A Well Pat what can i do for you a asked the physician. A Faith sure if i snowed Thot id not be paying Yez two dollars for telling mc.�?harper�?Ts Bazar. Any one who has suffered from a chronic disease for Mouths or years having sought in vain for Kielp from the a Hyp Sie Iaus near at hand and perhaps has also tried to find Relief in various so called Suie civics that Are continually being advertised May be cd Cusil for doubting somewhat at first we lither the skill and experience necessary to successfully Cope with their Case is to be found anywhere and even though they Grant its possible existence they might still to slow to believe that such skill and experience can be made available in their own orcs by any method sufficiently thorough and comprehensive to conquer their ailment. That this is the Case however is an established fait and is being demonstrated every Day in Tho Prai Tico by correspondence of l is. Beekman so Pixley of 21 West l�?~22ud re new York City. Any chronic i order no matter of How Long standing is satisfactorily treated by their methods and their Many years of study and practice in this special held should encourage Tho afflicted to write them with Confidence. Their individual statement Blank fully exp Laius big their method will be sent on application. Their i Lan is interesting and Complete Tho fact that All the medicines prescribed Are compounded under their a personal Fujier vision has undoubtedly contributed Laid gely to Tho Success they enjoy. Willie a Uncle Tom the old Shanghai can to Fly a bit he is too heavy for his Uncle torah a Otlien of what use Are his wings Willie a Willie a i suppose they Are Only Good for him to Flap in hot we Eather when he wants to fan Western american scenery. The Chicago Milwaukee so St. Paul Ray has How ready for distribution a sixteen Page portfolio of scenes along its line half tones of the size of Tho worlds fair ii Oxx folios lately issued. They Are Only Lea cents each and can be. Obtained without delay by uni sitting the amount to Glo. Ii. Heafford general pass. Agent Chicago 111. Positive made that dessert surely took a great Deal of pains a said Ergo. A Why sol a a because the Jiro of of the pudding is in Cating a a he replied Asho doubt d up with the stomach traveler. Ija Dies can permanently beautify their complexion with Glenn s Sulphur soap. Rills hair Aud whisker Dye 0 cents. Done to blame the Cook \ if a baking powder is not uniform in strength so that the same Quantity will always do the same work no one can know How to use it and uniformly Good Light food cannot be produced with it. All baking powders except Royal because improperly compounded and made from inferior materials lose their strength quickly when the can is opened for use. At subsequent baking there will be noticed a falling off in strength. The food is heavy and the flour eggs and butter wasted. It is always the Case that t 3 consumer suffers in pocket if not in health by accepting any substitute for the Royal baking powder. The Royal is the embodiment of All the excellence that it is possible to attain in an Basok Cly pure powder. It is always strictly reliable. It is not Only More economical because of its greater strength but will retain its full Leavening Power which other powder will until used and make wholesome food. No More Piovia it is when coining Golden sentiments that a lady ought to purse her statesman. The markets. Flour. Wheat no. Red Vinter. No. I Northern Corn no. 2. mixed Western. Kyeu Western. Pork new mess. Lard prime Western. Butter Western. 5heese�?stateeggs Western. Cattle native steers. Sheep poor to prime. In xes. A Leveland. Flour country xxx White. Minnesota patents. Amber. Wheat no. 2. Corny no. 2 oat s no. 2 butter Choice to fancy. Cheese York state. Ohio. Eggs strictly fresh. Potatoes. Seeds Timothy. Clover. Hay haled. Bulk on Market. to Choice. Hogs. Cincinnati. Flour family. Wheat no. 2. Corn. no. 2 it vet no. 2. Hogs. Toledo. Wheat no. 2 red Winter. Corn no. 2 Oats no. 2 Buffa . Beeves Best. Good by tellers. Sheep Best. Fair to Pood. Hogs yorkers. Heavy prudes. Pittsburg. fair to Pool. Sheep bust. Fair Ito Pood. Hogs yorkers. I Philadelphia a. I . Wool Eye Stern. Unwashed. New Youk. May 14. $2 to h 4 to i gom 4 14-f 3t a red 41 Isit a it i i to to l l of fat 4 h a to 17 11 12 4 47 to 5 50 i Iosh 3 Carfl 3 75 so 4 .50 it .50 a. 2 70 55 v in 57 41 so 45 a he in 41 13 cd 17 12 13 9 of 12 to h 104 70 to 85 2 to q o 20 5 75 to 5 90 to .50 9 12 .50 13 k a in of .3 25 4 15 5 25 so 5 30 o of h a it to .54 42 h 4 >4 40 6i. 40 i 5 p for .54 4 25 la 5 25 ,5g> b 9 .5g 4 Jiff 40 3g so 374 i 40 la 4 go 4 of la i 2.5 4 15 la 4 25 3 25 do 3 .50 5 .30 la 5 40 5 40 la 5 45 a a a logical in into. Teachers now Johnny we have heard How this penniless boy who started out As a Rai 1-splitter, grew up to be president. What lesson do we learn from this Story Johnny that we ought to split rails and get to be Tribune _ �100 Reward �100. The Reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one Treudt d that science has been Able to cure in All its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall s Catarrh cure is the Only positive cure known to Tho medical fraternity. Catarrh Beluga constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the , and giving the patient strength by building up the Constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much Faith in its curative Powers that they offer one hand real dollars for any that it fails to cure. Treiul for list of testimonials. Address f. J. Cheney amp co Toledo A sold by druggists 7.x. All s family pills �?~25 cents. kind of cake did you say that was Maria a asked or. Hingiss. A a that Spouni cake a ooh ifs certainly heavier than would you like to a shake Quot , in the sense of getting rid of it instead of having it shake you of course you would. Then use lost Ettory a stomach bitters Aud give it Tho grand and final this Standard Medicine eradicates it Root and Branch and fortifies Tho system against it. Most cafe Tual too is the list tors in cases of dyspepsia,, nervousness rheumatic Aud kidney complaints. Jilson says Tho armless Freak who plays the piano with his foot comes nearer having music in his Solo than any Man Las yet heard courier. Which will you be a farm renter or a farm own Ner it rests with yourself. Stay where you Are and you will be a 1011101 All your life. Move to Nebraska who of Good land is cheap and cheap land is Good and you can easily become an owner. Write to j. Francisci. P. So t. A., Burlington route Omaha neb., for a descriptive pamphlet. Ifs free and a postal will bring it to you. A there Are times a said the Man with the oratorical manner a when we of Ltd a whelmed with humiliation at the powerlessness of the he Iovu a it nays very True a was the reply a i am often made to feel a indeed la a yes. I have a four Yeai old daughter who asks in Layons cards. Yon can obtain a Jack of Best Quality playing cans by sending file eco cents in a postage to p. S. Frustis on l in ass. Agent c. B. A y r. K., Chicago 111. A Yoe say there is absolutely no foundation for the Story that she writes j Velry. What makes you so positive a a live seen some of it.�?ijnffalo courier. 4 25 i go i do re go .5 20 5 35 19 14 go h Taah to 4 .50 4 to 4 to i to 5 t5 5 40 24 20 Many children a As Well As thousands of grown people have been cure Ltd of scr Fula and other blood diseases by taking or. Pierces Golden medical discovery. Every disorder that can lie reached through the blood yields to its purify ing qualities. Eczema Tetter boils carbuncles and the worst so Romulous sores and swellings Are tier mane utly . Tues. Harris Quot of Wakefield latin Sussex o., va., writes a about four Cair ago my daughter. Helen Harris was afflicted with eczema in a distressing form. She tried medicines too numerous to Niom Tion. But they did no Foo Ltd. I told her that would write to or. Pierce which i did and after a few months Quot Uso of his medicines i believe your Midi miss hauui8. She was entirely cured. Cines Unco Iua led. Mas. Ino. Ii. Hin arson a widow living near Wakefield. Va., a few years ago was in extremely bad health and used your proprietary medicines with tddres5the. horsepower stacked a saw m ill self feeder. Or an As Thev Are the 3 esl Imam a Imoene Miami unlike tile dutch process no Alkalies you a other chemicals Are used in the preparation of w. 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That was done to typify the purifying of we hat he said saw and heard his deeds and his walks. Then emerging from the water he dropped his from his feet and going to a Distant Corner of the mosque stood facing Mecca the holy City of the Mohammedans. Standing there he began to mumble a prayer. After a few moments he keeled Down still speaking and bending Forward upon his hands Laid his forehead upon the floor. Afterwards he raised his body and head erect and then stood up As at first this routine we As gone to rough wit i three times not interrupting his words Only changing his position at regular intervals. After he had finished his prayer he picked up his slippers and came to the door dropped them on the threshold again thrust ills feet into them auf walked Sway a St Louis rep Blyn. Makes hard water soft a Pearline. Every woman knows just what that Means to her. 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