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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new pm Rudelph a times. Samuel Moore proper. New Philadelphia. Ohio exasperation. To timid love i wooed with Zeal and fire Iler family sought favor with her sire by gifts of books galore and walking Sticks and Silver match safes till i did perspire discussed the daily news and politics. In trembling love i sent her Mother cowers at vast expense exerted All my Powers carried her packages and held her shawl and talked about dyspepsia. Hours on hours played checkers with her brother Young and Small and wearisome. Walked with her Uncle took her aunt to drive made presents to the Cook the Gardener. And a Neath the weak Ning Strain knew with the shrinkage of my pocket Book a loss of flesh and reeling of the brain. What mingling then of happiness and ire of Bliss and rage when my throbbing desire i panted Forth and she with downcast smile murmured with tender color mounting higher a yes Dearest yes i be liked you All the a Emma a. Opper in judge. A vial wayt�?T5 wife a sister. By Marion Harland. Copyright 1890. Chapter . A now that the Strain of Tho week s suspense and sittings is Over and the result of our joint labors is a pronounced Success i am a Little tired. The Spring is a trifle crude As yet too a Sho subjoined speaking Toro glibly than usua1. A by the time the Sun reaches the tops of the Trees we begin to feel the Dew fall Llster we must go in a March took Tho handle of Tho wheeled chair from her. A that is too heavy for you on the thick grass. May will you abide by the stuff until i come Back on every other afternoon Homer had come Down at live o clock to roil the Carriage up Tho ascent. Llster Lay among the pillows her eyes again shut and the reflection of Tho Happy secret upon her face. Hetty walked mutely beside her. March liked the Fine Reserve that kept her silent and forbade her to risk another encounter of glances. Sho was All womanly refined in every instinct. Crushing the Young grasses with foot and wheel and bowing under Tho stooping branches they made their Way to the Gate in the parsonage Fence. Homer shambles hurriedly Down Tho walk to meet them. A a now who stammered laying hold of Tho propeller of Tho chair a a in a a bin Yore sooner but i bed to go Down town on an arrant a a a that Sall right a a said March Good Nat redly. A i was Lippy to bring miss Wayt up Tho Hill. Good Bye Queen Mab May i have Tho Honor of taking you to my Limo studio to see the picture Whf a it is varnished and framed a she replied by a gentle inclination of Tho head and the same joyous ghost of a smile. She was like one lost in a dream so deep and delicious that to will not Movo or speak for fear of Awakening. March raised his hat and stood aside to let the Carriage pass. As Hetty would have followed his offered hand barred Tho Way. A Mono moment please who said in grave simplicity. �?o1 have to thank you for some very Happy hours. May i also thank you for the Hope of Many More 1 should be sorry if our acquaintanceship were to fall to the level of social conventionality. To have always been intimate with our pastor s family and mean unless forbidden to remain Truo to time honoured if he had alarmed her just now to would prove that to was no love smitten boy but a purposeful Man Olio understood himself and was obedient to Law and order. Hetty gathered herself together to emulate his Tranquility. A i especially want to thank you out of her hearing for the great kindness you and your sister have showed to my dear Little invalid. She will never forget it nor shall i. It has been the happiest week of her life. I think hut for your offer to lend her books and mrss Gilchrist s Promise to keep on with her painting lessons that the end of our sittings would to a serious affliction to her. Please say this from to to miss Gilchrist also Good evening a lie ran lightly Hack to May and a the to had not obtained permission to Call but neither was it refused. Iio liked dignity in a woman. As he phrased it a it furred the peach and dusted Tho Iio was entirely willing to do All Tho wooing. May innocently applied the last touch to his unruffled spirit in their family confabulation in Tho Library that evening. A that Hetty ailing is Ono of the most delightful girls i Ever met a Sho As Servator emphatically. A in what respect a inquired her judicial Parent. �?o8>ho Lias individuality and of the Host sort. 8ho is intelligent Frank spirited and with these Sterling qualities As gentle As a Saint with poor Little Hester who must be a great care to Ono so Young As Hetty. 1 mean to do All i can to brighten Tho monotonous existence Tho two girls must Lead. From All i can gather without asking impertinent questions they Are thrown almost entirely upon one another for entertainment and happiness. It is an oddly assorted household taken As a a talking of originality a observed March after a meditative puff or two a you have it in the Niece. It is fearfully sad that such a mind should to crowded into the body of a Dwarf. Sho dotes upon books. If you will look up a dozen or so that you think she or miss ailing would enjoy i will take them Over 11 is mothers attitude changed slightly although her face was unaltered. She seemed to hold her breath to listen her whole inner being to quicken into intensity of interest. March stretched luxuriously upon the Rug in his usual Post prandial attitude Felt her sigh. A do i Tiro you Mother dear a he asked. A never my boy a nor Ever would although within Tho hour and with a Throe that tested her reserves of fortitude Sho had surrendered Tho first place in his heart. Tho blow was unexpected. Tho Orchard paintings and her children s interest in them had seemed entirely professional to her. March had sketched dozens of girls and fallen in love with none of them. With All his warmth of heart and ready sensibilities he was not susceptible to feminine charms. As a boy be became enamoured of Art too Early to have other flames. Perhaps with Fatu Ity common to mothers she reasoned that with such a Homo As his to was not Likely to to tempted by visions of Domestic Bliss under a Vine and Fig tree yet to be planted. It is a grievous problem to the maternal intellect Why men who have the Best mothers and Sisters living and eager to spoil them with much serving should be the earliest to marry out of certainty into hazardous uncertainty. When the judge had Gono to a political meeting and May to entertain visitors in the drawing room mrs. Gilchrist divined Tho purport of the impending communication. Her fair hand grew Clammy in toying with Tho Short Chestnut curls in Tho silence through which she could hear the tinkle of the Fountain on the Lawn Sho wet her dry lips that they might Otbo Unready with Loving rejoinder to what her idol was preparing to say. Sho knew March too Well to expect conventional preamble. To was always direct and genuine. Sho did not Start when to spoke at length. A Mamina Darling a a yes my a it has come to to at last and in a i surf tired As it was Plain to see where to got his dislike of circuitous methods. A is it mrs. Wayt s is s Tot a it is Hetty ailing. She is a True Noble woman. I shall try to win her love. Should i succeed you will love her for my Sake will you not a a you know that 1 will. But this is sudden. You have known her less than a fortnight. And dear it is out of the fullness of my love that i speak i am afraid that Tho family is a Peculiar one. Be prudent my son. You arc Young and life is Long. I can not Bear that you should make a mistake Here. Should this Young girl to All that you think oven All that i Hope to find in Here it is Best not to Force her decision. Give her time to study you. Take time and make opportunities to study her. I ask it because you boar the names of two honorable men your father and mine and because it would break your Mother s heart to see her Only boy to Drew her hand to his lips Tho High bred hand that would always be Beautiful and held it there for a moment. She had his pledge. Hetty had followed Hester into Tho House. It was half past five and there were strawberries to to capped for Tho half past six dinner. A parishioner had left a generous Supply of Southern berries at Tho door while the girls were out and taken mrs. Wayt and her Little daughters to drive. Aunt and Niece sat Down at a table drawn before the dining room window and fell to work. Hester a High chair brought her tiny dexterous fingers to a level with Hettye a. Tho task went Forward with silent rapidity and neither noted Tho direction of her companion s eyes. Hetty seemed to her dazed self to Bear about with her the charmed atmosphere of Tho Nook under the King Apple tree. The mingled hum of bees and sighing wind and Bird Noto sounded in her oars like the confused song of a sea Shell. Now and then a Ray from Hazel eyes flashed athwart her sight. Brain and heart were in a tumult that terrified her into questioning her identity. I he winged boat a of fancy was a novel Craft to our woman of affairs. As novel was the self absorption that made her Uno servant of Hetty s Brilliant eyes and musing smile. As Tho Dainty lingers just reddened on Tho tips by Tho fruit picked off and cast aside the Green a Caps a Hester s regards were fixed upon the Anak of Tho Orchard and Holty s strayed continually to Tho same Point. Both looked Over and beyond a figure creeping on All fours Down Tho Central Alley of the Broad Shal Low Garden occasionally crouching Low As if to crop the grass of the Borders. Perry studying his latin grammar in Bis Mother s chamber above awoke Tho taciturn dreamers by a shout a hello Tony what arc you doing there a lie turned his head not his body to reply a a now Jess looking fur something i a you la drop yourself some Day if you done to watch out a Hester s unmusical cackle broke Forth. A does to look More Liko a praying mantis or Nebuchadnezzar a Sho said to her co worker. A the reminds me of a funny thing i Hoard a Man say when 1 was a child of a picture in my catechism of Nebuchadnezzar feeding in Tho pasture with a Herd of cows. He said it was a a Fine study of comparative Tho advantage would be on Tho Side of Tho cows if Tony were to take Tho Hetty could not but laugh with her in looking at the grotesque object. A a Short sight is a real affliction poor fellow it is to to hoped that he has a dropped nothing valuable. I will take Tho bowl and a Caps into Tho Kitchen when i have Laid you Down upon Tho lounge. Your poor Back must ache by this Slio lingered a few minutes in the Kitchen to make sure that every thing was in train for dinner. Her practical knowledge of All departments of House winery had already gained for her Mary Annas profound respect. The Cook recommended by mrs. Gilchrist was a tidy body a capital worker and As she vaunted herself a one As took an entrust in any family she lived a i ast that pore innocent Feller if there was any Parsley in the Sho chuckled to Hetty. A a and to said head fetch me a Bunch to Garnish me dishes. But i be Niver Laid eyes onto him since. I mistrust to Don t know one Yarb from another. Is he a All there a d be think Mem a a the is not Quick but to is not an idiot by any Means a returned Bis patroness. A who is a faithful honest would read and discuss of the pictures to would paint with her looking on. I am not Beautiful or accomplished a she said humbly. A but 1 would make myself More worthy of him. I am Young and Apt. I would m Ako no mistakes that could mortify him Fie should never to ashamed of me and of a she stretched her arms involuntarily As if to draw the unseen nearer to her heart a How faithfully i Rould serve him forever and Tho flight of fancy had indeed been fast and far the tinkle of Tho dinner Beh in Mary Annas vigorous hand ended Tho fond foolishness abruptly. It was Tho careful House wife who asked Lier soil with a guilty Start a what has become of isomer and Tho Parsley Quot a her first step in returning was upon something hard. She picked it up. Down to Jericho. Horseback ride across Jeli Sophat Tralley. The 4. Cut so at the Plain of Jericho the lloy of Jordan and the dead sea Rev. T. Dewitt Tail Mage a fourth Sermon on the holy land. Isomer met his Young mistress at Tho backdoor. His weak furtive eyes Wero uneasy before she accosted him. At her incisive Tono the red rims closed entirely Over them his hands Grimy with groping in gravel and turf fumbled with one another and his Loose jaw dangled. The fourth of or. To Almagor a series of sermons on the holy land was preached sunday the eloquent divine taking for Feis text Luke x., 30 a a certain Man went Down from Jerusalem to following is the Sermon it is Tho morning of december 5, in Jerusalem and we take stirrups for Tho Road along which Tho wayfarer of old fell among thieves who left him wounded and half dead. Job s picture of the horse in the Orient As having neck a a clothed with Thunder a is not Truo of most horses now in Palestine. Their is no to under on their neck though there some lightning in their heels. Poorly fed and unmercifully whacked they sometimes retort. To americans and English who Are accustomed to Guido horses by the bridle these horses Aid this afternoon that of the 0rienl guided Only by foot and a a isomer you you had been out to do an Erra id. Do not leave the place again without letting me know where you Are going and for a now who began wretchedly a you was t at Homo in 1 thought a a i forbid you to think 1 will do to thinking for this family. You Kivow where to find me. If you had nod you ought to have waited until i got Back. 1 mean what i say a lie shifted miserably from one. Foot to the other and As she passed him cleared his dry Throat. A now a Spose mrs. Wayt was to Send me out in a hurry a a Tell her that you have my a a now a she looked Over her shoulder at him impatient and contemptuous. Iio had never seen her so angry with him be fore. Lie plucked at Tho battered brim of an old military Cap clutched in Ono hand. He had found it in Tho Garret and believed that it became him rarely. A i was a bout to say As i bed loss what i Hod a a i found it. Not another word there is no excuse for you a chapter v. Or. Wayt availed himself of an Early Opportunity to make known his intention to Tako no vacation that year. Iio a doubted Tho expediency of Midsummer absences on Tho part of suburban while Many residents of Fairhill went abroad and to fashionable resorts in America in july and August a respectable minority was Content to remain at Home and some of the vacated cottages and Villas were taken by City people to whom Tho Breezy Heights and shaded lawns were a blessed Relief from Miles of scorching Stone and Brick. Iio a foresaw both foreign and Domestic missionary work in Bis own Parish a to said to Bis session in explaining his plans for the summer Campaign. The Resolution was politic and strengthened his hold upon Liis new Chargo. Not to he outdone in generosity the people redoubled their affectionate attentions to their spiritual loader. Fruits Flowers and All manner of table dainties poured into the parsonage cat i arcs came daily to offer airings to mrs. Wayt and the children and on Tho fourth of july a pretty Phaeton and gentle horse were sent As a a gift to Tho mistress of Tho manse a from a dozen prominent parishioners. A verily my cup run Neth a real tear dropped upon or. Waytus shirt front As he uttered it faltering by on the afternoon of the Holiday. Yet he had been repeating the words at seasonable intervals and More of less Mois tily since tie hour of the presentation. The Gilchrist were upon the Eastern pc Randa the empowering vines of which were beginning to Rustle in Tho sea Breeze. All bad Arisen at the pastor s appearance and March set a chair for him. �?o1 have thought sometimes that i had some command of language who continued unctuous by. A to Day 1 have no words save those Laid to my use by Tho Book of books. A my cup run Neth it is not Ono of my foibles to expatriate upon the better a Days that Are no Tho trick is common and cheap. But to you my Best friends i May venture to confide that my dear wife and 1 were brought up in what i have since been disposed to characterize As a mistaken since Tho unselfish Saint joined her blameless lot with mine she has never bad a Carriage of her own until to Day. I can receive favors Dono to myself with a Manly show of gratitude. Appreciation of my wife makes a baby of f to be continued. I a i forbid you to think. Fellow always thankful for a kind word very industrious and perfectly truthful. To think a Groat Deal of Homer. I saw him in the Garden just now looking for Tho Parsley. I will find him and Send him in with it. Done to sugar the berries we do that on Tho table. Keep them in a Cool place until they Aro wanted for she strolled Down the Garden walk singing Low to herself the catching tune to which Sho had set the words the Gilchrist had overheard Tho sunday night of their first Call a to life and love of Happy throng of thoughts whose Only speech is song. Of heart of Man canst thou not be Blithe As the air is and As Freo a Homer had vanished from the main Alley that led directly to the Orchard yet she walked on Down Tho whole length of it. Blazing tulips had supplanted faded hyacinths the faint Green globes of Snow Ball Bushes were bleaching hourly in May Sunshine and Breeze Tho Lilac hedge lining the Post and Board Fence at the Bottom of the Parson ago lot was set thick with purple and mauve and White spikes. A such a dear old fashioned Garden a Hetty said half aloud. A it reminds to of the one to had at Home a leaning upon Tho Orchard Gate Sho abandoned herself to reverie. The Robin s whistle in Tho Apple tree was Low and tender Fleecy Clouds Drifting toward the West began to Blush on Tho sunward Side the blending doors of a thousand Flowers Hung in Tho air. Tho word a a Home took thought backs thoughts of the Only Ono Sho had Ever had and Tho Mother whose death lost it to her. Since then she had stood alone and helped weaker people to stand. A great longing for rest in a love she could claim As All hers drove tears to her eyes. Tho longing was not new but the Hope that softened it was. Hitherto it had been linked with her mothers image Only. Sho wanted her now As much and More than Ever before but that she might sympathize with what Sho began to comprehend trembling by. Her Mother would enter into her trembling and her Joy. Especially if Sho had seen what Viletty never could describe a a look the memory of which renowned the shy delicious shame expressed in Tho Blush March had pitied while rejoicing in the sight of it. Such a boundless Beautiful world opened to her while she stood there looking Down the blossoming vistas of Tho Orchard solitary yet comforted Sho would give rein to imagination for that Little while. It could harm no one even if it were All a chimera that would not outlast Blossom time. And must it be that what had glorified other Deso Lato women a lives might bless bars. Spring comes to every year however Long and cruel May have been the Winter. Recalling March s prophecy of future association Sho dared dwell upon visions of his visits of the pleasant familiar talks that would make them better acquainted of the books they a smokeless powder. By eng Lisle a new explosive invented scientists. A new explosive in Tho line of smokeless powder has recently been invented and patented by sir Frederick a. Abel of London and prof. James Dewar of Cambridge England. The authors say the gelatinous explosives produced by combinations of Nitro cellulose and Nitro Glycerine with or without other ingredients exert great disruptive Force when they explode and Are therefore not suited for ammunition purposes. The present invention relates to an improvement in the manufacture of such explosives whereby we moderate Tho Force and rapidity of their explosion giving it a propulsive instead of a disruptive character so that they Aro adapted for ammunition purposes the permanency of the compound without change being at the same time secured. For this purpose to Combine Tannin with the Nitro cellulose or Nitro Glycerine or with both in either of two ways. We either dissolve the Nitro cellulose such As gun Cotton or pyrex line by any of the known solvents such As acetone or acetic Ether and we add the Tannin ingredient to Tho solution or to first dissolve the Tannin ingredient in the acetone or its analogue and use this solution As Tho medium of incorporation with the Nitro go Accrino. To thus produce a compound which when the solvent is eliminated by extraction with water or by evaporation or both is a Tough hard substance that can be granulated or otherwise treated for use As an explosive. Instead of employing Nitro cellulose alone in forming Tho compound As above described we employ with it various proportions of Nitro Glycerine and we thus obtain a compound of soluble Nitro cellulose or of gun Cotton in soluble Nitro cellulose with Nitro Glycerine and Tannin in a gelatinous condition which May to roiled into sheets drawn into wire or otherwise treated for use As an explosive. With Tho compounds produced As above described May to incorporated various proportions of oxidizing agents a such As nitrates of potassium sodium ammonium and barium and Oxidizable substances such As lamp Black or Graphite and hydrocarbons such As Paraline Vasylino and naphthalene cellulose fatty oils and fats or Nitro derivatives of hydrocarbons. Tho proportion of Tannin added for the purposes of our invention May to varied. In treating gun Cotton Alono we have found the proportion of ninety parts of gun Cotton and ten parts of Tannin to give Good results. In the Case of a compound of inn Cotton and Nitro Glycerine we have employed Tho following proportions with advantage per per per cent. C tit. Cent. 55 35 40 .5 55 4 .10 1j 20 nitroglycerine. Gun Cotton. Tannin. Under the term a a tanning is to be understood any of the substances that Are sold commercially under Tho name of a tannic we prefer however to use Gall tannic acid for Tho purpose of our american. Voice make equestrianism an uncertainty and Tho pull on the bridle that you intend for slowing up of Tho Pace May to mistaken for a hint that you want to out Gallop Tho wird or wheel in Swift circles Liko the Hawk. But they can climb steeps and descend precipices with skilled foot and the one i chose for our journey in Palestine shall have Tho Praise of going for weeks without Ono stumbling step amid Rocky steeps where an Ordinary horse would not for an hour maintain sure footed Ness. There were eighteen of our party and Twenty two beasts of Burden carried our Camp equipment. We Are led by an Arab Sheik with his Black nubian servant carrying a loaded gun in full sight but it is Tho fact that this Sheik represents the turkish government which assures Tho safety of Tho caravan. To Cross Tho Jehoshaphat Valley which if it had not been memorable in history and Wero Only now discovered would excite Tho admiration of All who look upon it. It is like the Gorges of the Yosemite or Tho chasms of the Yel love Stone Park. The sides of this Jehoshaphat Valloy Are tunnelled with Graves and overlooked by Jerusalem Walls an eternity of Depths overshadowed by an eternity of architecture. Within eight of mount Olivet and Goth so mane and with Tho heavens and Earth full of Sunshine we Start out on the very Road mentioned in the text when it sa3 s a a certain Man went Down from Jerusalem to Jericho and fell among no Road that i Ever saw was so Well constructed for brigand get deep pulleys Sharp turns caves on either Side. There Are fifty places on this Road where a highwayman might sur prise and overpower an unarmed Pilgrim. His cry for help his shriek of pain his death groan would be answered Only by Tho echoes. On this Road to Day to met groups of Mon who judging from their countenances have in their veins the blood of Many generations of Bob roys. Josephus says that Herod at one time discharged from the service of Tho t Milo forty thousand Mon and that Tho Groat part of them became robbers. So late As 1820, sir Frederick Iten Niker an English tourist was attacked on this very Road from Jerusalem to Jericho and Sholand almost Iain. I there has never been any Scarcity of bandits along the Road we travel to Day with Tho fresh memory of some recent Violenes in their minds Christ tells the people of the Good Samaritan who came along that Way and took care of a poor fellow that had been set upon by villainous arabs and robbed and pounded and Cut. To encamped Lor lunch that noon close by an old Stone building said to to the tavern where Tho scene spoken of in Tho Bible culminated. Tumbling in Tho dust and ghastly with wounds Tho victim of this Highway Rob Bery Lay in the Middle of the Road a fact of which i am certain because the Bible says Tho people passed by on either Side. There were twelve thousand priests living at Jericho and they had to go to Jerusalem to officiate at Tho Temple. And one of these ministers of religion 1 suppose was on Way to Tho Temple service and to is startled As he sees this bleeding victim in the mid die of the Road. A to who says a hero is a Man that has been attacked of a Why done to you go Home a says Tho minister. The Man in a comatose state makes answer or with a half dazed look puts his wounded hand to his gashed forehead and drawls out a what a a Well a says the minister a i must hurry on to my duties at Jour Salem. I have to kill a Lamb and two pigeons in sacrifice to Day. I can not spend any More time with Tho unfortunate. I guess somebody else will take care of him. But this is Ono of Tho things that can not be helped anyhow besides that my business is with souls Aud not with bodies. Good morning when you get Well enough to sit up will be glad to see you at Tho Temple. And the minister curves his Way out to Ward Tho overhanging sides of Road and passes. You Hydro Crit one of the chief offices of religion is to heal wounds. You might have done Here a kindness that wound have been More acceptable to god than All the incense that will Smoko up from your censer for the next Throe weeks and you missed Tho Chance. Go on your Way exec rated by the centuries. Soon afterwards a Lovito came upon the scene. The Leitos looked after Tho music of Tho Templo and waited upon the priests and provided the supplies of Tho Templo. This Levito passing along this Road where we Are to Day took a look at Tho mass of bruises and lacerations in Tho Middle of Tho Road. A my my a says the Levite a this Man is awfully Hurt and he ought to be helped. But my business is to sing in Tho choir at Tho Temple. If i am not there no Ono will carry my part. Besides that theroman not to enough frankincense for the censers and the wine or Oil May have Given out and what a fearful balk in the service that would make. Then one of the priests might got his breast plate on crooked. But it seems too bad to leave this Man in this condition. Perhaps i had better try to staunch this bleeding and give him a Little stimulant. But no Tho ceremony at Jerusalem is of More importance than taking care of a Man who will probably soon be dead anyhow. This Highway robbery ought to be stopped for it hinders us Leitos on our Way up to the Temple. There i have lost five minutes already go along you boast a he shouts Asho strikes his heels into the sides of Tho animal carrying him and the dust rising from Tho Road soon hides the hard hearted official. But a third person is coming along this Road. You can not expect him to do anything by Way of alleviation because he and the wounded Man belong to different nations which have a nominated each other for centuries. The wounded Man is an israelite and the stranger now coming on this scene of suffering is a Samaritan. They belong to nations which hated each other with an abjuration and malediction diabolic. They had opposition temples Ono on mount Ger Zim and Tho other on mount Moriah and i guess this Samaritan when he comes up will give the fallen israelite another clip and say a Good for you i will just finish the work these bandits began and give you one More kick that will put you out of your misery. And hero is a rag of your coat that they did not steal and i will take that. What do you dare to Appeal to me for mercy a hush up a Why your ancestors worshipped at Jerusalem when they ought to have worshipped at Ger Zim. Now take that and that and that a will say the Samaritan Asho pounds the israelite. No the Samaritan rides up to the scene of suffering gets off the beast and Steps Down and looks into Tho face of Tho wounded Man and says a this poor fellow does not belong to my nation and our ancestors worshipped in Hundred of for Pisgah of for Cor nations of Antioch and St of for enough different places hut he is a Man and i judgment Day bringing that makes us by hers. God pity him As i do a and he gets Down on his Knees j or i a straighten out his limbs to see if any of his Bones were broken and says a my dear fellow cheer up you need have no More care about yourself for i am going to take care of you. Let me feel of your pulse lot me listen to your breathing have in these bottles two liquids that will help you. The one is Oil and that will soothe the pain of these wounds and the other is wine and your pulse is feeble and you feel faint and that will stimulate you. Now i must got you to the nearest a to no a says Tho Man a i can t walk let to stay Here and a nonsense a says the Samaritan a you Are not going to die. 1 am going to put you on this beast and 1 will hold you on till i get you to a place where you can have a soft mattress and an easy now Tho Samaritan has got the wounded Man on his feet and with much tugging and lifting puts him on the beast for it is astonishing How Strong the spirit of kindness will make one As you have seen a Mother after three weeks of sleepless watching of her Hoy Down with Scarlet fever lift that half grown boy heavier than herself from Couch to lounge. And so this sympathetic Samaritan has unaided put Tho wounded Man in Tho Saddle and at slow Pace Tho Etem Porizek ambulance is moving toward the tavern. A you Foel better now i says Tho Samaritan to the hebrew. A yes a he says a i do feel a Halloo you landlord help me carry this Man in and make him that night Tho Samaritan sat up with Tho jew giving him water whenever to Felt thirsty and turning his Pillow when it got hot and in the morning before the Samaritan started on his journey to said a landlord now i am obliged to go. Take Good Caro of this Man and i will be along Here soon again and pay you for All you do for him. Meanwhile hero is something to meet present the a two Pence he gave the landlord sounds Small but it was As much As ten dollars hero and now considering what it would Thero and then buy of food and lodging. As on that december noon to sat under the Shadow of Tho tavern where this scene of mercy had occurred and just having passed along Tho Road where the tragedy had happened i could As plainly As i now Soo Tho nearest Man to this platform see that Bible Story reenacted and i said aloud to our group under the tent Ono drop of practical christianity is Worth More than a Temple full of ecclesia stoicism and that Good Samaritan had More religion in five minutes than that minister and that Levite had in a lifetime and Tho most accursed thing on Earth is National prejudice and i bless god that i live in America where Gentilo and jew protestant and Catholic can live together without quarrel and where in the great National Crucible the differences of sect and tribe and people Are being folded into a great brotherhood and the question which the lawyer Flung at Christ and which brought Forth this incident of the Good Samaritan a who is my neighbor a is bringing Forth the answer a my neighbor is Tho first Man i meet in trouble Quot a and a wound close at hand Calls louder than a Temple seventeen Miles off though it covers Nineteen acres. I saw in London the vast procession which one Day last january moved to St. Paul a Cathedral at Tho burial of that Christian hero lord Napier. The Day after that at Ila Wardon in conversation on various themes i asked or. Gladstone if he did not think that Many who wore under Tho Shadow of false religions might not nevertheless boat heart really Christian. Or. Gladstone replied a yes my old Friend lord Napier who was yesterday buried after to returned from his abyssinian Campaign visited us hero at Ila Wardon and walking in this Park where we Aro now walking he told to a very Beautiful incident. He said a after Tho War in Africa was Over we were on Tho March and to had a sol dior with a broken log who was not Strong enough to go along with us and to did not dare to Olavo him to be taken care of by Savages hut we found we were compelled to leave him and to went into to House of a woman who was said to to a very kind woman though of a race of Savages and we said a there is a sick Man and if you will take Caro of him till he gets Well we will pay you very largely a and then we offered her five times that which would ordinarily to offered hoping by the excess of pay to secure for i n great kindness. Tho woman replied a i will not take care of him for Tho Money you offer. I do not want your Money. But Leavo him Here and i will take care of him for Tho Sake of the love of or. Gladstone turned to me and said a Cdr. Talmage done to you think that though she belonged to a Raco of Savages that was pure religion a and i answered �?o1 do i May god multiply All the world Over Tho number of Good Samaritans in Philadelphia a Young woman was dying. She was a wreck. Sunken into the Depths of depravity there was no lower depth for her to reach. Word came to the Midnight Mission that she was dying in a haunt of iniquity near by. Who would go to Tell her of the Christ of Mary Magdalen this one refused and that one refused saying �?o1 dare not go a Christian woman her White locks typical of her purity of soul said a i will go and i will go Sho went and sat Down by the dying girl and told of Tho Christ who came to seek and save that which was lost. First to the forlorn one came the tears of repentance and then Tho smile As though she had begun to Hope for the Pardon of him who came to save to Tho uttermost. Then just before she breathed her last Sho said to the Angel of mercy bending Over Hor Pillow a would you kiss me a a i will a said the Christian woman As Sho put upon her Cheek the last salutation before in Tho heavenly world i think god gave her t be welcoming kiss. That was religion. Yes that was religion. Good Samaritans along every Street and along every Road As Well As this one on the Road to Jericho. But our procession of sight sores is again in Lino and Here we pass through a deep Ravine and i cry to the Dragoman a David a that place do you Call this a and to replied a this is the Brook Cherith where Elijah was fed by Tho and in that answer he overthrew my notions of the place where Elijah was waited on by the Black servants of Tho sky. A Brook to to had meant a slight depression of ground and a Stream Fordable and perhaps fifteen feet wide. But Here was a chasm that an earthquake must have scooped out with its biggest shovel or split with its i ghost Battle axe. Six Hundred feet deep is it and the Brook Cherith is a River which when in full Force is a Silver wedge splitting the mountains into precipices. The feathered descendants of Elijah a Ravens still Wing their Way across this Ravine but Aro not like the crows we supposed them to be be. They Are As Large As eagles and one of them could carry in its beak and clinched claw at once enough Ford for a half dozen Elijah. No thanks to the Ravens they Are carnivorous and would rather have picked out Tho eyes of Elijah whom they found at the Mouth of his Cave on the Side of Cherith waiting for his breakfast having drunk his morning beverage from the Rushing Stream beneath than been his builders and purveyors. God compelled them As he always has compelled and always will compel Black and cruel and overshadowing providences to carry help to his children if they Only have Faith enough to catch the Blessing As it drops from the seeming adversity the greatest Blessing Al said a i ways coming not with White wings but a i at Black wings. Black wings of conviction fallen bringing Pardon to the sinner. Black wings of crucifixion Over Calvary bringing redemption for the world. Black wings of american revolution bringing free institutions to a continent. Biack wings of american civil War bringing unification and Solidarity to Tho Republic. Black wings of the resurrection to an entombed human race. And in the last Day when ail your life and that the greatest Blessing we Ever received came on Tho wings of the Black Ravens of disaster. Bless god for trouble bless god for sickness bless god for persecution bless god for poverty you never heard of any Man or woman of great use to the world who had not had lots of trouble. The Diamond must be Cut the wheat must be threshed. Tho Black Ravens must Fly. Who Are these nearest the throne a a these Are they who come out of great tribulation and had their Robes washed and made White in the blood of the but look look what at four of clock in the afternoon bursts upon our vision the Plain of Jericho and the Valley of Jordan and the dead sea. We have come to a place where Tho horses not so much walk As slide upon their haunches and we All dismount for the Steep descent is simply terrific though a Princess of Wallachia who fell Here and was dangerously injured after recovery spent a Large amount of Money in trying to make Tho Road passable. Down and Down till we saw the White tents pitched for us by our molesters amid the ruins of ancient Jericho which fell at the sound of poor music played on a a ram a Horn a that ancient instrument which taken from the head of the Leader of the flock of sheep is perforated and prepared to be fingered by the musical performer and blown upon when pressed to the lips. As in another Sermon i have fully described that scene i will Only say that every Day for seven Days Tho ministers of religion went round the City of Jericho blowing upon those rams horns and on the seventh Day without the Roll of a War Chariot or the stroke of a catapult or Tho swing of a Ballista crash crash crash went the Walls of that magnificent capital. On the evening of december Tho Goth to walked amid the Brick and mortar of that shattered City and i said to my self All this done by poor music Blest of god for it was not a Harp or a flute or a clapping cymbal or an Organ played at the sound of which the City surrendered to destruction but a rude instrument making Rudo music Blest of god to the demolition of that wicked Placo which had for centuries defied the almighty. And i said if All this Washy the Blessing of god on poor music what mightier things could to done by Tho Blessing of god on Good music skillful music gospel music. If All the Good that has already been Dono by music Wero subtracted from Tho world i believe three fourths of its religion would be Gono. Tho Lulla Bys of mothers which keep sounding on though Tho lips that Sang them forty years ago became ashes Tho old hymns in log Cabin churches and country meeting houses and psalms in rouses version in scotch Kirks the Anthem in English cathedrals Tho Roll of organs that will never let Handel or Haydn or Beethoven die the thrum of harps the sweep of the Bow across Bass viols the song of Sabbath schools storming Tho Beavens the doxology of great assemblages Why a thousand Jericho of sin have by them All been brought Down. Sorted by Tho warmth of our campfires that evening of december 0, amid the bricks and debris of Jericho and thinking what poor music has done and what mightier things could to accomplished by the blessings of god on Good music i said to myself ministers Havo been doing a grand work and sermons have been blessed but would it not to Well for us to put More emphasis on music of for a Campaign of old when rain is costly. It is just after theatrical companies Post their Bills. A brain May to Good for Farmers at times but it is bad for theatrical agents a said one of Tho latter during the late Rainy season. A a big rain storm who continued a Means the destruction of anywhere from si.000 to $2,000 Worth of posters especially if it comes in the Early part of a weeks engagement and strange to say it usually does Como at just such a Timo. This is where we lose. A it costs us from s400 tos of per week to Bill Good out of town stands. That is supposing to have no rain storms. But those Aro things you can to calculate on. When the storm comes the papers Are washed away and Thero goes our Money. A i now do Bills and posters Cost Well that depends on circumstances. Each theater in a principal town sends out about two thousand lithographs for windows and these Are Worth from 3 to 15 cents each. Then Thero Aro Tho big sheets the qualities of which depend on circumstances. They Cost any where from 75 cents to $2 apiece. A but then there is no end to the Bills that Are used and the costs Are various. No Small part of a theatrical company a expense is Tho matter of providing the Bills and it is especially so in a Rainy season. At towns where pieces have a Long run the expense is a Good Deal loss than ordinarily but under any circumstances Thero is a considerable in. Y. Mail and express. A Jack a what Aro you doing now a Bill a manufacturing porous plasters Over in new Jack a what did you go Over there for a Bill a the mosquitoes perforate my plasters for Herald. There is Moro Catarrh in this Section of the country than All other diseases put together and until the last Fow years was supposed to be incur ble. Fora great Many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it inon Rable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hall s Catarrh cure manufactured by f. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo Ohio is the Only constitutional cure on the Market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a Teaspoon Ful. It acts directly upon Tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer Ono Hundred dollars for any Case u fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo o. Bold by druggists 75c. A Nix a Man reaches forty to begins to look around for the names of men who distinguished themselves after that Atchison Globe. Perbix so electric soap does not Chap the hands being perfectly pure. Many people afflicted with Salt Rheum have been cured by its use. Preserves and whitens clothes. Have your grocer order it and try it now. Many a woman who resolves when she is married to make Over Hor husband ends by Bonig Content to make Over Hor Burlington free press. If you Are tired taking the Large old fasl toned griping pills try Carter s Little live Fash _. _ or pills and take some Comfort a Man can t staud everything. One Pill a dose. Try them. A level head. The t i a brigade of mount a cavalry charge of for an army of Martins and Aries orchestral Batons lifted to marshal All nations As Jericho was surrounded by poor music for seven Days and was conquered so let our Earth be surrounded seven Days by Good gospel music and the round planet will All to taken for god. Not a Wall of opposition not a throne of tyranny not a Palace of sin not an Enterprise of unrighteousness could stand the mighty throb of atmospheric pulsation. Music i sounded at Tho laying of creation s Cornerstone when the morning stars Sang together. Music it will to Tho last reverberation when the archangel s trumpet shall Wake Tho dead. Music let its full Power be now tested to Comfort and Bloss and arouse and save. Now on this Plain of Jericho the Sun is setting making Tho mountains look Liko balustrades and battlements of Amber and Maroon and Gold and the Moon just above the crests seems to to a window of heaven through which immortals must to looking Down upon the scene. Three arabs As watchmen sit beside the Camp fire at the door of my tent their Low conversation in a strange language ail night Long a soothing rather than an interruption. I had a dream that night never to be forgotten that dream amid Tho Complete ruins of Jericho. Its past grandeur returned and i saw the City As it was when Mark Antony gave it to Cleopatra and Herod bought it from her. And 1 heard the hoofs of its Swift steeds and Tho rumbling of the chariots and the shouts of excited spectators in its Amphitheater. And there was White Marble amid Green Groves of Palm and Balsam cold Stone warmed with sculptured foliage hard pillars Cut into soft lace Iliad and odysseys in Granite Basalt Jet As Tho night mounted by Carbuncle flaming As the morning upholstery dyed As if dipped in the blood of Battle Fields Robes encrusted with diamonds mosaics White As sea foams flashed on by auroras Gay ties which Tho Sun saw by Day rivalled by revels Tho Moon saw by night blasphemy built against Tho sky ceilings Stellar As the Midnight heavens grandeur turreted Warehi voted and in Ter columnar wickedness so appalling that established vocabulary fails and we must make an adjective and Call it Herod in. The Region round about the City Walls seemed to me White with Cotton such As then us describes As once growing there and Sweet with sugar Cane and luscious with Orange and figs and pomegranates and redolent with such Flora As can Only grow where a tropical Sun kisses Tho Earth. And the hour came Back to me when in the midst of All that splendor Herod died commanding his sister Salome immediately after his death to Securo the assassination of All Tho chief jews whom to had brought to the City and shut up in a circus for that purpose and the news came to the audience in the theater As some one took the stage and announced to the excited multitude a Herod is dead Herod is dead a then in my dream All the pomp of Jericho vanished and gloom was added to gloom and desolation to desolation and woo to woe until perhaps Tho rippling Waters of the Fountain of Elisha suggesting it As sounds will give direction to a dream a i thought that Tho Waters of Christ s salvation and Tho fountains a open for sin and uncleanness were rolling through that Plain and rolling across that continent and rolling round the Earth until on either Side of their Banks All Tho thorns became Flowers and All Tho deserts gardens and All the hovels mansions and All the funerals bridal processions and All Tho blood of War was turned into dahlias and All the groans became anthems and Dante s a a inferno became Dante so Edivina Commedia a and a Paradise lost was submerged by a Paradise regained Quot a and tears became crystals and cruel swords Camo out of foundries glistening Plo shares and in Roy dream at the blast of a trumpet have j the prostrated Walls of Jericho Rose but again. And some one told to that As these Walls in Joshua a time at Tho sounding trumpets of doom went Down now at the sounding trumpet of the gospel they come up again. And i thought a Man appeared at the door of my tent and i said a who Are you and from whence have you come a and he am Tho Samaritan you heard the tavern on the Road from Jerusalem to Jericho As taking Caro of Tho Man who fell among thieves and i have just come from Healing the last wound of to last unfortunate in All the and i Rose from my Pillow in the tent to Greet him and my dream broke and i realized it was was Only a dream but a dream which shall become a glorious reality As surely As god is True and Christ a gospel is the worlds Catholic on. A glory be to the father and to the son and to the holy ghost a3 it was in the beginning is now. And ppr Arall via world with rec advantage of presence of mind in an emergency. During the late strike of the new York Central Railroad the militia were ordered to Boiu readiness in Case of a riot but they were not called out. In an interview gov. Hill said the troops were not to be called upon except in Case of an emergency. Tho emergency had not Arisen therefore they would not to ordered out. Iio remarked that this was the first great strike with which he had had experience and he did not propose to lose his head the Only Point at which there had been serious trouble was at Syracuse and there a Deputy sheriff had lost his head and precipitated an encounter. The strike continued several weeks and Thero was riotous action at various Points along the Road but the civil authorities were Able to Cope with it without calling on the militia. Tho test of a Man s real ability comes when an emergency arises which makes a Hasty Call on his Good judgment and discretion. The Man who retains his presence of mind maintains his equipoise and exercises sound discretion at such critical junctures is to be relied on Aud will be put to tie front. Men with level Heads have the staying qualities which do not falter in the face of danger. Otis a. Cole of Kinsman Juno 10,1890, writes a Diu the fall of 1&s8 i was feeling very ill. I consulted a doctor and to said i had Brights disease of the kidneys Aud that to would not stand in my shoes for the state of but he did not lose courage or give up he says a i saw the testimonial of or. John Coleman 100 Gregory St., new Haven conn., and 1 wrote to him. In due time i received an answer stating that the testimonial that he gave was genuine Aud not overdrawn in any particular. I took u Good Many bottles of Warners Safe cure have not taken any for one gov. Hill is accounted a very successful Man he is Cool and calculating and belongs to the class that do not lose their Heads when emergencies arise. 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