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Drunken JraJen Soldier Attempted UC tt d to Compel the IbeVomnn theWuman iheWoman
Woman to Leave a Table T btC Whtre Whrc The JshoVo TheWus b bWo
Wo Wus Vo Drinking with hh Actor IOU and ad d a Flabt Flabtfollowed FIbtiolowed Plihicllowed
followed iolowed In Which William WIlam JJIcCanlly JJIcCanllyVn 1 1tCaol 1tCaolhot MeCauIIy MeCauIIyei
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wtM w bad ad a a leading lear rate re re In Bartlett BartlettHy Baret Bartlett4Ys
Hy 4Ys s comedy A Woman Jn n th tl the Cat CaswM e Catw
wM w k played pr6 oer ay64 at at Davis Da1i Theater Tter last lat al nlllt nllltW Uht Uhtw4 tu tuW4
W4 W thot het o and a iJ iMtantly IUAty killed kie 1 lh Ri the B So e c
o o 04 d Av A Aveaue Mie Cafe Cfe here thl tkta morning morningM momhagu morhgMcCu1Jy
M McCu1Jy CuUy u and alt inl three thre associate ufla one onehetoc oneM oneb4g
hetoc M Thorn Tm Thomss Finn of o Plttabwrg Plttbrg entered entereddM enteredrlort tev
O dM retort rtrt aid ae at down dwn at a table tbe where wherews w wherews rf
ws ws seated e a youn yong young woman WOnf Mtoa I Dorsey DorseyDrew DNe DNeD Dote71kw
Drew D The TI young yng men ordered der wine wln and andlovftod an andnVIod
Iwe lovftod Miss 1U Brown Dn to drink ernk dr1n with 1th tham thamSIM th thamaccepted
SIM S accepted oo and an all was wa going gong happily happilyintlt happly happlyatt tppilhitfl
intlt att Pert Newman Xewnn drdMtd cr6 in a corpo corporals Cr corpoila ¬
rals uniform entered He le seemed to be beIntoxicated b beaxietod
r waor steme
Intoxicated the table where wherethe wherelb
txte Walking WalJng to 0 tht tbe whre
the 1 lb young yows 0 men and Miee I Brown Drwn were weresealed werete wertsted
sealed sted te he Sttttated Su that tht Miss MS f Brown Brownshould Brwn BrwnWS Browna3iouM
should WS crow crc cro over to another table tab and amitake andke 1 1take
take ke lunch ln with wih him hm Young Yong Finn Fnn asked askedNewman a aekedNewman keI keIX8wman
Newman to t be seated Hte at their thr table tab and andbe an andhe
be foetabie Ib Newman flew fe Into a fit f of ofrage ofnEe ofge
rage nEe ge and an picking pckin up a a a wine 1ne bottle hurled hurledit hure
it at Finn Fh but bt missed miMe him himShot himhot hrnIioi
Shot hot Through the Jlcnrt JlcnrtThe Jtnrt JtnrtTe JlenrtThe
The Te young yotnl men mtn all arose aro and MeCautly MeCautlybeing Mecaullybeg rcCuly
being 1 1 neareat Irtt Newman Xewmn attempted atompte to pre prevent prevot preVeNt ¬
vent him picking piking up another aother bottle At Atthis Atth Atthis
th this Newman Xwmn pulled pule a JScallber 3cUber revolve revolvefrom rtohe rtohefom revove revovefrora
from fom his h pocket pket and fired fre the bullet bulet pen penetrating pt peflfttratlnK ¬
etrating ctrUn XcCaullys culys hoart hort Newman Cl ewnian ran ranfrom rn ranfrom
from 1 the cafe cae and WM Wa soon Bn in a I a rowboat rowboatbeaded r rowUoatheeded Uat Uatbde
beaded bde for the Ohio shore The police policefired 1Uce 1UceAri policetIred
fired Ari folly forty shots at him while whie he was wasJn wal wa waIn
Jn J the th crXt eMt but all al went wide of th thmark thJlrk the themark
Jlrk mark and al soon ln he was hidden hiden in willows willowsB wiows wiowsI
en B I the opfHMrtte ofte shore and has ha ha not yet yetbeen yetbeen et etIn
been In captured capturedNewman Cpurt cipturedewman
Newman ewmn ewman Is the son of wealthy wNllh3 parents parentsMoCawlly parentseYlr parentsNaCaulty
MoCawlly eYlr was wa twentyeight years ors old His HisgUte He Hetre TileCte
gUte tre name nme was W wa Will 1 Mackey Iacke and ho hoformerly horeJtrly hormerly
formerly reJtrly rmerly lived Jved In New York at 2S3 2 3 3Fifth East EastFifth EJt EJtPtth
Fifth Ptth streot His 1s Philadelphia Phiadelphia address is isnot Ist Iset
not et t known k nm but his hi friends here have havewired havewlr havewired
wired wlr officials lclaJs there to locate lote his parents parentsJIte parnts parntsHI parentsJug
Jug HI remains will wi be b sent Snt to Philadelphia Philadelphiatomorrow Phiadelphia Philadelphiarn
tomorrow tomorrowNONPARIEL tamorrowNONPARIEL rn rnorrow rnorrowNONPARIEL
Derelict Derelct Towed Tovd by Steamer Until Unll Gnle GnleForced GnleForced GaleForced
Forced Her AbnndauiiiPiit AbnndauiiiPiitNew UmndollpH UmndollpHNew tbaiidoiiiiutp
p New York Oct Oct 7 7The The British Brtsh steamer steamerKnight steamerKnlsht steamerKnight
Knight Templar Ttmplar Capt Finis lms which hlch ar arrireti arrn arrInd
rInd rn tonlclt toIh from rom North Shields re reports rerts reports ¬
ports rts that on October 1 she sighted shhl > the theMbandotiod theaLnlolo thetbendoxiud
Mbandotiod aLnlolo British lrlthih ship Nonpareil Xonparel of o Lon London Londn Lundon ¬
don dn which left It New ew York on September
10 1 for Sourabaya Sourba Java and ld was aban abandoned abannud abandnod ¬
doned nud on September 21 Capt Finis sent senta
a boat bot to the Nonpareil Nonparei and it was wasthought wa wasthought
thought possible pssible that she could be towed towedInto too towedInto
Into port There was only fourteen ourteen inches inchesof Inchesof Inchesof
of water in her hold holdA hol holdA
A A volunteer ounte r crew was called cled for and andalter andafter andater
alter jMittlng Jttng them aboard abard a hawser was wasiwssod was1O waslseod
iwssod 1O to the vessel Ol She was wa towed twed from fromC tromt
C t p in until unt midnight mIdnight when the weath weathor weatho weathu
or o u became Lume very vtry squally > twly with heavy ho rain rainAt ran ranAt rainAt
At 2 2i 3S 5 a a m October Octubtr 2 the hawser part partt parttd partud
td ud t > d The Knight Tumplar stood by b until untildaylight unt untildaylight
daylight d lght when it was decided decied to take off offthe ol olth offthe
the volunteer crew ere and scuttle the
th Huntetr sutle yes vescol yessul 3 3Ju1
col Ju1 She was set et afire and In a short time timera8 timewas
tme tmewaR
waR > ra8 a a muse IY of flamas fam0 It I was thought thoughthttt thoughttMt thoughtthct
tMt httt she would eventually enmtualy sink as the theMilter thewater thewsior
water was wa as washing around the hatches hatchesThe hatche hatchesTh4
The T Nonpareil NonJluel was fired fred directly dlrcty in the thetruck thotrck thetrack
truck trck of vessels v ls bound to and from Eu Eufpe Eurv Euiupe
rv iupe fpe and about abut 13W 13 miles mies from New NewYwrk NewYuk Newvrk
Ywrk Yuk vrk She was a a new ntw ship and was laden ladenwtth Jadln Jadlnwh ladenwith
with wh ea oe esie e oil oi Her owners owner were the theStandard theaJn theStandard
Standard aJn Oil 01 Company The crew of the theNenwireli theNeRpr theesreLt
NeRpr Nenwireli esreLt U vus o as taken off of by the steamer steamerGlengnll steamerGlchU steamerGlengohI
Glengnll GlchU which whih arrived nrvud here September September3d
3d 3 io from Beyrout BeyroutTRAIN Btrout BtroutTRAIN BeyroutTRAIN
Uurliuelon lurUUclOI finployc EIploc Vbo Shot Albert Ihert II II1oone I TIPooue
1oone Civeu leu lveu I Iraf Iraft > raft for S500 S500St 800St S4OOSt
St St Joseph Mo Oct Ot 7 7The The Burling BurllngtoH Burlng Burlngtou Burlington
ton Railway Ralwl has his sent to Express Mes Messenger Mesener Ies Iesnger ¬
senger nger Baxter BIter of Kansas City a warm warmletter war wanuletter
letter letor of commendation emmendlton for his courage courageous courageOiS courageous ¬
ous OiS act in frustrating frstratng the holdup near nearCouncil nearCouncl nearCouncil
Council Councl Bluffs Buffs by shooting shootog and killing killingone kiing kiingone killingone
one of the robbers The letter Jeter also con contained contlno contamed ¬
tamed tlno a I draft draft for 5 5u0 < X as further evi evidence evldOlc evidonce ¬
dence dOlc of appreciation appreciaton Baxter Baxte will wi also alsoprobably alsoprobbly alsoprobably
probably probbly be b rewarded rewldcd by b the Adams Adam Ex Express Express Express ¬
press Company by whom he was employ employed employtd ¬
ed edThe td edp
p The dead train robber has been iden identified Identfed Identitled ¬
titled tfed from a photograph photogrph as Albert Al rt H HPoone I HPoone
Poone Poone of Topeka Kans Kns by Mr and Mrs MrsL MrsI MrsL
L I Nay of South St Joseph The Nays Naysare Naysare aY5 aY5are
are very er positive posive In their Identlilcatlon IdentlilcatlonThey Idenll1calon ldentlflcationThey
They The say s they tey have known him for twen twenty twenty tweaty ¬
Resolutions of Colored UelhodUta Arouse ArouseS Aroulc Aroulca
a Hitter Debate DebuteHamilton DebRteHamion DebateHamilton
Hamilton Hamion Ohio Oct Oct 7 The North Ohio OhioAfrican OhioAfrlmn OhioAfrican
African Afrlmn Methodist Episcopal Eisopal Conference Conferenceyesterday Conference6sterday Conferenceyesterday
yesterday adopted adolte after afor a sensational sensatonal de debate debtf debite ¬
bate btf a report declaring delarn that the sources sourcesto sourcesto sourcesto
to which many of o the clearest cearet heads and andtruest andtruoit andtruest
truest truoit hearts heats of both races have hopefully hopefullylooked hoptl hopefullylooked
looked Jooktl for a solution soluton of the socalled socaJed ne negro negr negre ¬
gro gr problem pobem namely the church and fnd the thechoolhouse thellolhouse theschoolhouse
schoolhouse llolhouse seem from present preent facts and andindications andinitons andIndications
indications initons to give gle ultimate ultmate promise of ofhot otbut ofhet
hot disappointment dlippolntment and utter uter failure failureBishop taiure taiure1Ilhop failureishop
Bishop 1Ilhop ishop Grant Grnt of Indianapolis Indianapols discuss discussing dlsCU9S dIscussg ¬
ing g th the report rport said sld I am am an American Americancitizen AmericanShtjzn
citizen ltzen this Is my m country I am not 10t go goMround goJg ¬
ing around to ask the white people what whatthey wha whatthey
they are going goln to do with us We have havereached llavt havereached
reached rweht tho place where we can say sa we weare weare weare
are considering enalderllg whether whether we will wi let the thewhite thewhie
white whie hite man mln stay a ay in this country or not notnrnrcir not notnrnlllr notnrnrgir
nrnrcir nrnlllr Art rt GIlt Jilt J 1 mice Itlre Arrivr ArrivrNew Arthpew irrlvpNew
New ew York Oct Ot 7 7Amonl 7Among Among the passen passenger DtSSCn DtSSCngel pasacauers ¬
ger gel uers who arrived arr today on the steamer steamerL steamerL steamerLa
L La L Touraine Terlne from frm Havre were Messrs Ie s J JW JAJxander Sw
W Alexander AJxander Alexander Altxandtr Harrison Harln and andAnders andAdors andAnders
Anders Zorn three tbr painters who
Zr pinters are un undor undlr Under
dor engagement enlfg ment to Andrew Anrew Carnegie to toact toao toact
act ao aa s Judges jugts at an exhibition thblUon at PitU PitUbwrg Pl Plttsburg
burg N Among mong the steerage steerse passengers psener was wasRobert wasRebr wasRobert
Robert Rebr Bull Buln Buhlsan an who claims Ialmt that he is an anAmerican anAmericn anAmerican
American Americn cttiaen ctan but has ha lost his papers paperslie paperste papersTie
lie te m II spuist > iH throe thr months monhs In fighting fbtng with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the Boers n and was WI captured capture by b the Brit BritI Bri BritIsh
Ih I h at Jt Johannesburg Johannbrc He was released releasedand releaed releaednd reteaedend
and nd permitted prlt to leave the country countryKolllnc countnUulhu countryltulllnc
Kolllnc Uulhu Ittll 11 JImi JIII leu Arcnn A t1 Itcilnrtinii ItcilnrtiniiDanvtlK UNIfIIQI ItciIsrtlotDanvifle
DanvtlK Pa PI Oct Ot 7The employes emplo es of ofthe otth ofthe
the th Danville Dtut1U Rolling Roln Mill 11 held a I meeting meetinghist meetn meetnJ meetinglit
J lit night Dht and decided deJt to accept aCept the i iCeCt per percent e eCCJt
cent CCJt cut in their ther wage war against aalnt which whichthey whih whihtt whichthoy
they tt struck trck last week 1tek The puddlers Inddl rs will willrow wi wiltrow
row re be i Paid > ald 3 a ton for thtlr ttti work In lnJrtead Ino Intid
Jrtead tid of o 1 th the Jrc lbrice > rioe formerly toruty n iW Id and a aproportionate nPtrdontl aproortlontt
proportionate Ptrdontl cut in wages will wt be h made madeIn male maletR madeIa
In the t th other departments dClrrlenhi The T Th reduction reductioneu rfuctln reductionaets
aets 1 eu several erl hundred hundre men n n The Te 7 7were ftra ftrawere fr frWWw
were Martttd Iru today te and an work ork will 11 be b re reearned r reautnd
earned 1 iomorrov iomorrovIlrlplnkM WMrrO WMrrOltlllll tontorroWlitiIiuisiu
IlrlplnkM ltlllll XVuniNitV uuns tu Awful A wfnllnll wfnllnllYork vIssI Ilmli IlmliNew 1hn I I INew
New York Oct Qt 7Mrs Mrs Mr Caroline CaoJDe B Eea Eeafcr El Eu14x
fcr r of Lynbrock LrDrk L I 1 elghlyow ehht11 years yearsof yearsf tan tano
o of f ag ai1 age was burned brn to death d th today t She Shewas SheW Shevs
was W vs inarm trl a 14 cad d almost aJmot hdpUM h and ald hired llredwith J1e hiredwIth
with Uk her h daughter dal h r at a hotel botel About Abt Abtelk 2ocIock 2 2oclock
oclock elk In the morning monng the aged le woman womanIt
It I suppe J iupicd to have gene Into th j hall hallway hdlwa hiattW ¬
way W wa irf i the UI hotel h C frenj from her room Zm and an j in insome Inme insome
some me manner rnMr set t her h r clothing clothlC on fire fre from fromthe fromthi fromtin
the thi gas I jot jot1uUoiifd j jlclol lot1olouied
1uUoiifd lclol d bv b Ilnlluff Jnllul Cuiiurd Catiurherp CatiurherpBolfutie 1 < < Coru CoruBuffalo < rue rueItale
Buffalo Itale N N Y Oct Ot 7A A special apal to th thCe the theCHte theCerer
CHte Cerer Ce r4er from tJf OJean Oin nays sey y that tht the te th family familyot famiy famiyor familyDt
ot Clark Ca Weaver WOlo of Knappa nl1 Creek CreekoonuUUng Creekoonsbttjng
oonuUUng oflltnl of f Mr r and Mm 11n W Wave av vr r and andtheir anitheir
their four children chidren and al three thr children
from r the famll tame tamhies of neighbors 1lhor ate canned cannedoern ennll ennlloerl cannel00CM
oern oerl for dinner dluu and an w wlr were r all 41 immediately tmm hmmedfetJ hmmedfetJS lley
S taken violently hdU m i their tR lr symptoms indf indfoutinsr Indl Indltttl md mdeating
eating tttl t po4eoninK > 0Mlnf o4ttontK Harry Hur Weaver Weaveryear nine nineyear nineyears
year year or age will I probably protbj die dl < The Theera oUt otbcr6 oUtera
cr6 era are rc apparently VVlnty recovering rterlnl recover1n
American mrrlceu nle ritixeat rIIXUt ClttzeaTreated Treated TrrlUe with wih Inslcaltr Inslcaltrat 1UI 1nd1guiiat
at Constantinople CenttBRtuople Protest ProtestJackson rrtrt rrtrtJ IrateaIJackson
Jackson J ckon Mtefc Oct Ot Senator enator Mc McLaurtn 31cLaurin 10 10Lurin
Laurtn Lurin letter lter gives he out the te following foUowlns Interesting Interestingletter Inter intereetthgletter tlg tlglter
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Unite Unltt Sutn Sutt Jlt Smite enau and a Ju judge < Jj at a Uv ly u 1 well wellI ni tht thtI
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tb tie tas United CJtH lUlu I tawred gwr4 a ptup plp VU1Prt rt 4i apee e1Ud ed to toJohn WJen
John Jo lUjr n Iia and al la I l Lol 1es4on dea I bad it I ricned ct gse4 Mr beu G GaI w wnewt
newt u tw al aI ake ftvyttlr Ir aPK lgaed < CB 4 by the tt TwWk TwWkta T11 TsrttksssI
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the MOW U erdaD4 stSak drtil and at the te lame tme t P Wfttn Wfttnwt rn rn1t
wt 1t arrlwd art at a CoutamlMpIt ClutHple oar ou paaport ppr were wereMM W1eaU1 t
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taut h and al there tr three II of car 0 party ptt paud pU oat oatvKfe olt oltt outWMJ
vKfe WMJ t tee of o Z IB were ff rs held ba buJ bask V clv CIW gI0ia a into tnt the theats4s th thI thsiM
ats4s iM I e t peltce Jl ue a4 ut b hlnww hsnftd rrid away to th te poll pollMitten pUf totIee totIeestalk
mUl Mitten vitVrat ltlt any 111 qeonleaa IUtO sutioa ar iptanatioM upuUOM and andmere anden anderr
mere en tNn tt mrefctd Nlr saC b kel b14 W ap > p fr lese r baunt bauntW h011 b3imiw
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wbs be came am me to oar relief nle and re were 1 sent ant away awarWe awa awayWe
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JkdlgjMty Jalct Ko 0 laws lw bad b1 tees u visited leUtd by b MS 1 far farwe lorwe tsrwe
we bad h not y t t totteUd ttd feet fet ca C Turkish Trlh sell i Ad Aadwith Adwith
with properly rprl al alCe sIxued < a 4 purport ppr we do dc not nCt fel felh feel feelke eel eelMfcr
Mfcr h ke dropping dppluc tte 1 th matter cne auer without wthot appealing ppulu to oar oarKB wrrmnmtl nora
KB a comronent rmnmtl fr for or any recount ncnn that tat may J1 be b bad badI ha haI
I write tb4i tl to t know I If you ou will wi not undertake undertaketo uderk
to t dod 4 acne me ezplanatlen eplJtlen and an 1 I If possible able enter eutr a aclaim aclaim
claim le lee or this tll lndlalty tnlly It U I net nt only oul offenilve orerin orerinI
10 oi I ta te t thus thu dealt delt with wit bet bt a slap elp In the thee th thetue
fu tue e of oar olr own corernment rOYtment since tlue they reu rfuld refused d to tohsfier toMer tohener
hsfier Mer a properly Prpr signed patsport pUpr The Te gestleman gestlemanwMb ftSeJn ftSeJnWh est1enuen est1enuenwith
with Wh ne ta I trm troD rent Texas Te and an appeals appala to t his h Senator Senatorwhite Suatr SuatrwhIl Senatorwhile
white whIl I to t you 70UOr youOar
0 Or Oar r companion cmpolol In trart tanl trarel equally eual feel eel the dl dlwtrtety cUruy die dieuertesy
wtrtety ruy to t us u and to t our or government EOyenment and will willverify willverify 1
verify TerU the truth trt ot the t abate abn statements tteentl while our ourntnwl or ourwnssl
ntnwl 1 in Constantinople Cttnope will wi bear br witness 1te to the theIMimky tbeI thei4tastty
IMimky I pi I trait tt you will w1 gl c this thl same me eonaW eonaWerattefl enl eunaldSFSUeL
er SFSUeL erattefl aid af any aD sdTlee yea fe may see s fit t U t give glrer ctnw giveor
w r a say y personal prDat effort e you may choose chO to make to tobate tohle tobase
bate hle the matter rter righted rlcbte will 11 place plac me under undermay underessay
may mR obligations o latonl to t you 10I I hope hop to arrive ae In Sena SenatoMa Senatobia a ateA
toMa teA by b the 10th ot October Ootr at which bleh time tme tim I Ishall IIbal Ishall
shall Ibal hope Ip to t heir hea Iron tm you JOu Tours most mot re reaperttully r rlpnul yespcctfuhly
St Louis Merllnc This Thi Week ecl eeIc to Be tho thoMont thoIot theMost
Mont Iot Iniiiortniit IIPorl lt Since Sllce 1S10 1S10St IS1O3t
St 31 Louis Luis Oct Oct 7 1Nxt 7Next Next Wednesday Wednes ay the theAmerican theAmorlcn theAmerican
American Amorlcn board of commissioners for for foreign torcgn forcign ¬
eign cgn missions will wi begin bgin its Is ninetieth nineteth an annual annual anfoal ¬
nual meeting metng at Pilgrim Plgrim Congregational CongregationalChurch Conge CongregationalChurch atona
Church Curch this city The meeting meetng will w1 be b In Insession Ineeslon insession
session eeslon three thr < e days President Samuel Smuel B BCapen BCpen BCapen
Capen Cpen of Boston will 1 preside Between Betweentwo Detweentwo Betweentwo
two and three thre hundred hundre corporate corporte mem members membcrs members ¬
bers returned foreign foregn missionaries and andworkers andworker andworkers
workers worker In home fields felds and their wires wiresofllcers wiv wivesofilcers s somcer
ofllcers omcer of the womens mission boards and andtheological andtheloglca andtheological
theological theloglca students will wl be present prset in inaddition Inadditon inaddition
addition additon to many prominent Congrega Congregational Congrea CongreatonaJ Congregational ¬
tional tonaJ ministers and ad laymen from dif different dltt different ¬
ferent t rent parts of the country countr None one but butcorporate butcorporate butcorporate
corporate members membrs of the board boan are al allowed aJJowe alloived ¬
lowed Jowe to vote at the te annual meetings meetng al although a although ¬
though the others mentioned m ntone are entitled entitledto entted enttedto
to take in the
part programme programmeThese progamme progammeThele programmeThese
These Thele will il be the most important of any anymeetings an anmeetngs anymeetings
meetings meetngs ever ver held by the board boar since Its Itsorigin Is Isorl Itsorigin
origin orl ln in 1810 180 owing owln to the famine in inIndia InIndia inindia
India and the crisis in China China where wheremany wheremany wherentany
many workers have been killed kied and much muchproperty muchproperty muchproperty
property belonging belonJtng to the missions under undertheir undertheir undertheir
their control destroyed destryed Matters relating relatingto relatn relatnto
to the work In those and other oth r fields 1elds will willcome wi willcome
come up Uj for discussion dlscufslon and action 3Ction and of officers orfcers officers ¬
ficers fcers for the ensuing year will wi be b elected electedThe eleted eletedTe electedThe
The Te present oflletrs otClr It I is believed beleved will willall wl willall
all be b reelected The annual reports reprts will willshow wi willshow
show the reeecte boards bards financial fnancia condition cndition the thebest th thbest thebest
best it has been ben In many years yearsARMY year yearARMY yearsARMY
Services Over the Uiinmlns UI lnln of Lieut Col ColJ ColJ CoiJ
J 31 m Lnncnntcr LnncnntcrSpecial InncnterSpecial bancaMlerSpecial
Special to The Te Washington Wastlngton Post PostNewport POil PoetNewport
Newport News Va Va Oct Oct 7 7The The funeral funeralof funerAlof funeralof
of Lieut Lleut Col Co 1 J M I Lancaster Fourth FourthUnited Fourthlnled FourthUnited
United lnled Status Stat Artillery Artler who died dIe at Fort FortMonroe FortMonroe FortMonroe
Monroe Monroe Friday Frlda night took place this tis aft afternoon ar a t ternoon ¬
ernoon eroon from rom the Catholic Catholc Church at Old OldPoint OldPoint OldPoint
Point Comfort all of the officers and andtroops andtroops andtroops
troops at Fort Monroe turning turing out to hon honor honor boaor ¬
or the memory memor of the deceased ecened officer oliicerSeven olcer olcerSeven officerSeven
Seven batteries bteries of artillery arUler under Cal ColGunther eol CalGunther
Gunther commandant at the fort escort escorted escorted ¬
ecort ecorted
ed the remains fo 0 the church and ad after afterthe afterthe
remans ater aterthe
the service serlco escorted the coffin cfn to the theWashington theashlngton theWashington
Washington steamer aboard of which whlc it itwas i itwas
was placed placedA
A large number numbr of people peple friends frends of the thedeceased thedecease thedeceased
deceased decease officer ofcer were at the pier when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the remains were wlre put aboard the boat boa All Allstreet AUstre Allstreet
street stre < t car cr traffic tmle on the point was wa stopped stoppedduring 3topp stoppedduring d dduring
during the funeral Mrs Lancaster
funeral Mrs Lancastlr ac accompanied a accompanied ¬
companied the remains remain to Washington Washingtonwhere Washingtnwhere asblnt asblntwhere
National Natonal where the Cemetery Interment Interent will wi be in Arlington ArlingtonNational Ar1n3ton Ar1n3tonNatonal ArlingtonNaUonal
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pointed pointe lieutenant leutenant colonel only a n short shorttime shorttme shorttime
time tme before his death He was wa appointed appointedto
to the Military Mltal Academy Academ from Kentucky
in 18S7 187 and served with wih distinction ditncton dur during durIng during ¬
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Say boy 0011 said the rising r1 Jng young dra dramatist dnmaUst dramatiat ¬
matist as he came into the club and sat aatdown satdown t tdown
down In an m easy elU chair walt w1It till you hear hearmy heormy bearmy
my new ne comedy comedyAre comedyAr comedyAre
Are you ou going to read re l It ItT asked some someone someone someone
one tentatively tentativelyNo tentatlvel tentatlvelNo
No Ill tell it to you ou It wont take takefive take11c takelive
five minutes All the nets are short shortSomething shortSomathlJiJ shortSomething
Something like a fclzh I h o of relief r Uo was wasbeard wasboned as asblan1
beard beardThe blan1The
The curtain risen on the first nst act act dla dlacloelng tils tilsclOtlna disciocing
cloelng a lady lad giving me a fiftydollar fiftydollarbill ty ollar ollarhili
bill billWhether
Whether ethcr It was BIJ caueed cnu ed by astonishment astoniahmttntot
ot dUb dU1 disbelief lief or perhaps both bo b certain it Is Isthat Isthat Isthat
that an excIairaUon akin to Phew Phewcame PhewIcame Phewcame
came from rom the crowd crowdYes crowdye crowdYee
Yes ye Ill explain A A vaudeville actress actresswith aCtreslth actresswith
with lth a generous angel behind her gave gaveme gaveme gaveme
me a commission to write Tlte a sketch and andto andto andto
to my delight accepted pted my terms term which whichwere whc whcawere 1 1were
were 0 on acceptance and 5 5 u J on produc production proluetlnn proluction ¬
tion I read the sketch to her last Sat Saturday Saturda Saturday ¬
urday urda She was vas as pleased and nd planked plankeddown plankeddown plankeddown
down the first installment on the spot I Iput 1put Iput
put the bill in my pocketbook That night nightwith nIghtIth nightwith
with Ith the J2 2 I had in change I enjoyed a aglorious DoClorIous aglorious
glorious dinner and a good seat at the thetheater thetheater thetheater
theater Then I went home and slept the thesleep thesleep thesheep
sleep of the satisfied That act I have haveheaded havehe haveheaded
headed he ed Anticipation Anticl aUon for you ou cant con conceive coneclve conceive ¬
ceive what I didnt expect to do with that thati thatYes thato thatYes
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Yes hat act must have been especial especially ¬
ly pleasing to you ou said afd some one I 1suppose Isuppose Isuppose
suppose you lost the bill after all allNothing allNothing allNothing
Nothing so common as that contin continued continued continued ¬
ued the playrlght for act II discovers me meat meat meat
at breakfast on Sunday morning with the thebill thebill thebill
bill still safe in my possession After Afterworking Arterworking Afterworking
working an hour or two I determined to totreat totreat totreat
treat myself to a princely repast and andwith nndwith andwith
with that purpose took a car to One Hun Hundred Hundred Hundred ¬
dred and Twentyfifth street I live In the theEighties theI theEighties
I Eighties you ou know After regaling my myself myEelt rayself ¬
self with all sorts of delicacies which I Iwashed Iashed Iwashed
washed ashed down with a bottle of wine I lit lita lita lita
a cigar and called for the bill It amount amounted amountccl
ed to J110 110 I threw the fiftydollar tlttydollnrblll tlttydollnrbllldown bill billdown billdown
down carelessly on the table as If I was wasused wasused wasused
used to such trifles and the waiter went wentfor wentCor wentfor
for change changePresenU Presently he returned with withthe withthe withthe
the manager The latter was most polite politeand politeand polUeand
and apologetic He was extremely extremej sorry
but they were quite unable to change a abill abill abill
bill of that large amount at that moment momentHad moment moment1lad
Had I not something smaller I felt Jn Jnmy inmy n nmy
my pockets as a bluff but I knew perfect ¬
ly well that I hadnt a cent besides and
I told him so There was a pause while while
he looked loo fod me up and down and then
thinking to allay aUa my perturbation which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was more apparent than real said You 4Youieednt Youneednt Youeednt
neednt worry sir Any time will do
Will ill you please give me your name and and andaddress andaddress
address I handed him my card and he
bowed me out of the restaurant
I confess I was half amused amused and half
frightened rrl htened and didnt know whether to
look on that fiftydollar bill as a bugaboo bugabooor
or not However I determined to have haveanother hllveanother haveanother
another try t and If necessary necessa fifty more
tries to change it I then walked into a acigar acigar
cigar store called for two cigars cl lIrs bit the theend theend theend
end off one lit it and threw the bill on
the counter The face of the man behind
the counter when he examined the bill was wasa wasa
I a study He looked at me and then at a the
bill again and said abruptly I cant cantchange cantchange cantchange
change that I explained it was all I
had He sighed as he saw me puffing the thecigar
Hcnr cigar 1 T find had just liar taken toVn nn up nn1 and said oif1 Well iru irulet
let it go I suppose youll oull be passing here hereagain hereagain hereagain
again soon I assured him I would and andthen andthen andthen
then walked out outI outI outI
I felt now as if a cordial would not be beout heout beout
out of place so with the laudable inten ¬
tion of drinking a creme de menthe and andmaking andmaking andmaking
making another attempt to get my m bill billchanged billchanged billchanged
changed I strolled Into a hotel on Seventh Seventhavenue SeventhIlvenue Seventhavenue
avenue I met the same fate her here for forthough torthough forthough
though I had the drink I craved for I mill millpossessed till tllIpos tillpossessed
possessed pos essed the bill intact and was under undera
a further obligation obligationAs
As this creme de menthe tasted dis distinctly distinctly ¬
tinctly tlnctl morelsh I tried another at a sa saloon saloon saloon ¬
loon In Eighth avenue which I swallowed swallowedbefore swallowedbetore swallowedbefore
before tendering payment Again did I Ifind IIInd Ifind
find my m credit good though you OU perceive perceiveI
I never asked once to be treated treatedAs treatedAs treatedAs
As the two cordials seemed to satisfy satisfyme satisfyme satisfyme
me I was struck with a sudden fit of gen generosity generoslt generosity ¬
erosity eroslt or shall I say unselfishness A Acandy Aca Acandy
candy ca I store was handy and as my peo people people peopie ¬
ple were by the seashore I thought to send sendmy sendmy sendmy
my sister a large box of chocolates I en entered entered entered ¬
tered the store chose chos the candles and or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered the box to be sent to a hotel at At Atlantic Atlantic AtJantlc ¬
lantic City 1 waited till the package was wasdone wasdone wasdone
done up and after writing the address I Ionce 1once Ionce
once more threw down the bill The man mandlnt mandlnt mandint
dlnt know whether to smile or to cry but butit butIt butit
it ended up In the same sweet way I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was to pay pa when I passed that way again againBy againB againBy
By B this time I was beginnIng to be the theleast theJfast theleast
least bit sick of this bill business espe especially especially especiahiy ¬
cially as a horrid idea struck me that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the bill might be a bad one In which case caseI
I realized my summary finish I reassured reassuredmyself reassur reassuredmyself 1 1mselt
myself however as its genuineness must musthave musthave musthave
have been tested for It had passed througn througna
a good many hands Dtj D Dermtnng minlng there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore to dismiss the existence of the bill billfrom bllltrom billfrom
from my thoughts I walked down Eighth Eighthavenue ElghtaVenue Eightiavenue
avenue thinkIng thinkln of a new plot which I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had in mind So o engrossed was as I In the thedetails theetalla thedetails
details that I inadvertently hailed a car cargot cargot cargot
got on It and never considered for a mo moment moment memeat ¬
ment my position until the th conductor conductorcame c conductorcame nductor nductorcame
came around for the fares I stared at athim athim athim
him blankly blankl and then said meekly meeklyIll meeklyIll
Ill have to get off Ive only got ot a fifty fiftydollar fiftydollar fiftydollar
dollar bill1 bill The man stopped the car carand carand carand
and as I stepped down he viciously rang rangthe rangthe rangthe
the bell twice and said In a loud voice voiceWhat voIceWhat voiceWhat
What tell are you giving me meI meI
I suppose any an sane person would have havenow havenow havenow
now given up the game as useless I Ididnt Ididnt Ididnt
didnt for I was pretty nearly Insane Insaneand Insaneand insaneand
and I was more than ever determined determinedto determinedtochange determinedtochange
to tochange change that bill Another hotel loomed loomedIn
In the distance I would put a bold face faceon faceon raceon
on explain the matter and ask them to todo todo todo
do their best for me I did I went wentstraight wentstraight wentstraight
straight to the th manager explained the thecircumstances thecircumstances thecircumstances
circumstances showed him the bill and andoffered andoffered andoffered
offered to buy a dollars worth of o any anything anything anything ¬
thing in the house If he would change it itHe ItHe itHe
He smIled and said he was quite unable unableto
to do so but expressed his wlllllngness to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help me on my way wa if I needed It It I sank sankmy sankmy sankmy
my pride and asked ke for the loan of five fivecents fivecents fivecents
cents for car fare He handed me a quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter Impulsively I offered ofter d to treat him to toa toa toa
a drink He declined with thanks telling tellingme teUlngme tellingrae
me he would accept when I returned the theloan theloan theloan
loan loanRed
Red In the face and out of temper I Iboarded Iboarded Iboarded
boarded the first car I came across acro s and andstood andstood andstood
stood outside smoking savagely The Theconductor Theconductor Theconductor
conductor must have noticed my demean demeanor ¬
or for he ventured to ask me what the thematter thematter thematter
matter was I told him and added that thatit thatIt thatit
it seemed absolutely Impossible to set et a
50 30 bill changed chan ed in this confounded confound d city cityon cayon cityon
on Sunday I had no sooner made this thisremark thisremark thisremark
remark than a curiouslooking under undersized un undersized lr lrsized ¬
sized colored man whom I had not no noticed notlecd noticed ¬
ticed before but who was standing also alsooutside alooutside alsooutside
outside interrupted blandly with I think thinkI
I can accommodate you And Im blest blestif bllstIt blestif
if he didnt pull out a roll of bills big bigenough bigenough bigenough
enough to choke a goat goa and count out outfour outtour outfour
four tens one five one two and three threeonedollar threeonedollar threeonedollar
onedollar bills apologizing at the same sametime suretime sametime
time that he had no smaller change chan e De Despite De Despite Dcspite ¬
spite his color I could have embraced embracedhim embracedhim embracedhim
him but as the car had now reached my mystreet mystreet
street street I simply thanked him effusively effusivelyand etruslvelyand effusivelyand I
and almost ran home That act I dub dubRealization dubRealization dubRealization
Realization You can count on your fin fingers finfers fingers ¬
gers how many things I realized that thatSunday thatSunday
Sunday Sunda on the credit of my face faceSuppose faceSuppose faceSuppose I
Suppose you found the darkys bills billswere bUlswere billswere
were forgeries hazarded one or his lls lis listeners ustenets ¬ 1
tenets tenersNot hn tenetsNot L I
Not on your our life They one and all allwere aUwere allwere
were as good as gold Act No o III wont wontbe woutbe wontbe
be so Interesting to you ou perhaps but butyoull butoull butyoull
youll oull find It instructive and may help helpyou helpou helpyou
you ou further to digest that good old prey proverb IImverb preyerb ¬
erb Honesty Honest is the best policy 1 got gotup gotup gotup
up early earl the next morning and went ent up upto upto upto
to 125th th street a again ain I saw sa the manager managerof
of the restaurant and paid my bill He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was delighted dell hted and Insisted on treating treatingme treatingme
me The cigar man nearly had a fit fitand fitand fitand
and was wa generosity Itself with a present presentof pre3fntof presentof
of a good cigar The Seventh avenue ho hotel botel hotel ¬
tel man thanked me the saloonkeeper galoonkeeperadded ealoonkeelleradd saloonkeeperadded
added add another drink to what I had adnl adnlready al already a aready ¬
ready had the candy man asked me to totake totake totake
take a sample of some extra fine comfits comfitsand comfitsand comfitsand
and the manager of o the Eighth avenue avenuehotel avenuehotel avenuehotel
hotel declined to accept the 25 5 cent3 but butcontrarywlse butI butcontrarywise
contrarywlse added to the generosities generositiesI
I had received in the restaurant and sa saloon saJoon saloon ¬
I loon loonThe JoonThe loonThe
The denouement came when I chanced chancedto
to meet the little colored oddity on ondressed onEighth
j Eighth avenue wahkiz alklnt with a tall fint fintdressed finely finelydressed
dressed white woman I raised my hat hatand hatftnd hatand
and when he had passed I pointed him himout 1Jnout himout
out to a policeman policemanYes p policemanYes llceman llcemanYes
Yes said the man in blue hes a acharacter acharacter acharacter
character Kind of body bod servant Been Beenin DeenIn Beenin
in the th family turnl for years y ars Heaps of money moneyThats mon moneyThats y yThats
Thats all but It that comedy ccmed hasnt hasntgot hasntgot hasntgot
got money in it It may ma I never write an another another another ¬
other line lineFrom
Baffled HamedPrem Baffledprern
From Life LifeMrs LifeIrs LifeMrs
Mrs Irs Dimpleton DimpletonI I am to seethe doctor doctortoday doctortoday doctortoday
today aid I know he will Insist on my mygoing m mgoln mygoing
going goln abroad abroadDimpleton tbroadDlmpletonXo abroadDimplatonNO
Dimpleton DlmpletonXo No be wont I met him himyesterday himyesterday himyesterday
yesterday and told him that if he sent you youabroad youabroad ou ouabroad
abroad 1 couldnt pay his bilL bilLWork bilLr bill billrk
Work r rk and Play PlarFrom PIa PIam PlayPenta
From m the Detroit Free niL FresaYou niLYou PrruYou >
You musicians ought to lead a a very veryhappy veryhappy veryhappy
happy life said Tenspot to a cornetist cornetlsLI
I dont ate why wh whDont
Dont you why even V n your our work Is Isplay isplil Isplay
play plil
Dr Talmage Talma Tells of Hear Heavens Hearenfs lleavens ¬
ens enfs Wealth of Beatitude BeatitudeA BeatitudenOME
lt IgaishabhtantsaniTheir Inhabitant nntl Their Interest in ta Tbo Those Thate6111I Thoseitiii e eStill
Still Fighting the Battle auleof of SJalrntloB SJalrntloBMilHeitH BlntloBlUlIIlon airatloaMillions
Millions of ofSoais SoaU Son I Hove Gone to Augment AugmentIt AugmentIts ucmeJlt ucmeJltII
It Its Splendors 3lea lor and ta Fill It Matchle MatchleRealm IatchleRealms Iatehless IatehlessRealms
Realms ofEverlaillne of Enrlul cJ Jor oTThc The Gather Catherine GatherIRK Gatherlug ¬
IRK Place of orille the Departed DepartedDr DepartedDr DepartedDr
Dr Talmase devoted his sermon of yes yesterday yesterday cs ¬ I ItenIay
terday to a description of the glories of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hereafter basin basinb his speculation on onBiblical onBiblical onBiblical
Biblical statements and the effect of a acongregation acongregaUon acongregation
congregation of countless souls about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the throne of mercy mere He took for his histext histext histext
text Rev xxIJ xxl And I saw a new newheaven newheaven newheaven
heaven and said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The stereotyped st reot1 > ed heaven does not make makeadequate makeadequate makeadequate
adequate Impression upon us We Ve need needthe needthe needthe
the old story told in new style in order orderto orderto orderto
to arouse our appreciation I do not notsuppose notsuppose notsuppose
suppose that we are compelled to the old oldphraseology oldphraseology oldphraseology
phraseology King Kln James transators did didrot didDot didnot
rot exhaust all the good and graphic graphicwords graphicwords graphicwords
words In the English dictionary I sup suppose suppose SUPpose ¬
pose if we should take the idea of heaven heavenand heavenand heavenand
and translate it into modern phrase we wewould wewould wewould
would find that its atmosphere Is a com combination combination cornbinatlon ¬
bination of early June and of the Indian Indiansummer Indiansummer Indiansummer
summer In October Octobera a place combining combiningthe combiningthe combiningthe
the advantages of city and country the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets standing for the one and the thetwelve thetwelve thetwelve
twelve manner of o fruits for the other o her a aplace aplace aplace
place of musical entertainments entertalnm entertainmentsharpers entertainmentsharperspipers ntsharpHs ntsharpHspipers harpers harperspipers
pipers trumpeters doxologies a place of ofwonderful o owondertul ofwonderful
wonderful architecturebehold the tem temples temples ternpies ¬
ples a place where there may be the thehigher thehigher tImehigher
higher forms of o animal life litethe the beasts beastsWhich beastsWhich beastswhich
Which were on earth beaten lashwhip lashwhipped lashwhIpped lashwhippod ¬
ped and galled and unblanketed and andworked andworked andworked
worked to death turned out among the thewhits thewhltA thewhite
white horses which the Book of Revela Revelation Ree1nUon Revelatlon ¬
tion describes as being b lng in heaven a place placeof placeor placeof
of stupendous literature literaturethe the books open opena
a place of aristocratic and democratic at attractiveness attractivenessthe attractivenessthe ¬
tractiveness tractivenessthe the kings kln standing for the theone theone theone
one all nations for the other all bo botanical botanical hotanical ¬
tanical pomologlcal ornithological ar arborescent arborescent arborescent ¬
borescent worshipful beauty and gran grandeur grandll1 grandeur ¬
deur dll1 r
deurBut But rBut my Idea now is to speak chiefly of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Improved heaven People sometimes sometimestalk sometimestalk somctimestalk
talk of heaven as though it were an eld eldcity elr1clt cidcity
city clt finished centuries ago when I have haveto havoto haveto
to tell you that no city clt on earth during duringthe durlnJthe duringthe
the last fifty yean has had such changes changesas chantSas
as heaven It Is not the same place as aswhen aswhen aswhen
when Job and David and andPaul Paul wrote of ofit oCIt ofit
it it For hundreds and hundreds of years yearsit yearsftI yearsit
it ftI has been going through peaceful rove revolution reoJutlon rovelution ¬
lution and year ear by b year and month by bymonth bymonth bymonth
month and hour by hourt hour and moment by bymoment lymoment bymoment
moment moment it is changing changl g and changing for forsomething forsomething forsomething
something better A way back there was wasonly wasonly wasonly
only one residence In the universe unlveraeth unlveraethresidence universetheresidence the theresidence
residence of the Almighty Heaven had hadnot hndnot hadnot
not yet been started Immensity Immensit was the thepark thepark thepark
park all around about this great resi residence resIdence residence ¬
dence but Gods sympathetic heart after aftera mitera
a while overflowed in other creations and andthere nn nnthere andthere
there came aU through this vast ast country countryof countryot countryof
of immensity Immenslt inhabited villages whia whiagrew whl1grew whihgrew
grew and enlarged until they joined each eachother eachother eachother
other and became one great central me metropolis me metropolis metropolis ¬
tropolis of the universe streeted gated gatedtempled gat gatedtempled < d dtempled
templed watered inhabited One angel angelwent angelwent angelwent
went forth with a reed we are told and andhe andhe andhe
he measured heaven on one side sld and andthen andthen nd ndthen
then went forth and measured heaven on onthe onthe
the other side and then St St John tried to totake totake totake
take the census of that city elt and he be betame betmmne
tame e so bewildered that he gave it up upLittle up1lule upLittle
Little Children Everywhere EverywhereThat EvenwblreThat EverywhereThat
That brings me to the first thought of ofmy ofm ofmy
my m p theme themethat that heaven is vastly asU improved improvedin I IIn
in numbers Noting little under this head headabout hendabout headabout
about the multitude of adults who have havegone havegone havegone
gone into glory during the last hundred hundredor
or five hundred or thousand years ears I re remember remember remember ¬
member there are sixteen hundred mill millions mHlIons millions ¬
ions of people In the th world and that the thevast thevast thevast
vast majority of people die in infancy
How many children must have gonj son Into
heaven during the last five hundred or orthousand orthousand orthousand
thousand years ears If London should add in inone Inone inone
one generation four million population populationwhat populationwhat populationwhat
what a vast increase Inc ease But what a mere merenothing merenothing merenothing
nothing as compared with the five hun ¬
dred million and the two thousand mill
Ion the multitude that no man can num ¬
ber that have gone Into that city cll Of Ofcourse orcourse Ofcourse
course all this takes for granted that thatevery thatevery thatevery
every child that dies goes as straight into
heaven as ever the
light sped from a astar astar astar
star and that Is one reason why wh heaven heavenwill heavenwill
will IJI always be fresh and beautiful heautitulthe heautitulthegr beautifulthegreat the thegreat
great gr nt multitude of children in it Put
five hundred million children In a country
and a It will be a a blessed and livejy country
But add to this if you ou will the great greatmultitude greatmultitude greatmultitude
multitude of adults who have gone into intoglory Intoslory intoglory
glory and how the census of heaven must mustrun mustrUn mustrun
run up upI Many years ago a clergyman
stood in a New England pulpit and said
that he believed that the vast majority of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the race would finally finaUYbe be destroyed d troyed and
that not more than one person out outof of two twothousand twothousand twothousand
thousand persons would be finally saved
There happened to be about two thousand thousandpeople thousandpeople thousandpeople
people In the village where he preached
Next Sabbath two persons were heard heard
discussing the subject and wondering wonderingwhich wonderingwhIch wonderingwhich
which one of the two thousand people peoplein
in the village would finally reach heaven heavenand heavenand I Iand
and one thought it would be the minister ministerand ministernnd ministerand
and the other thought It would be the theold theold theold
old deacon Now I have not much ad admiration admlratJon admiration
miration for a lifeboat which will go out outto outto outto
to a ship sinking with two thousand pas passengers passengers passengers
sengers and get one off in safety sate safey y and let letnineteen Jetnineteen letnineteen
nineteen hundred and ninetynine go to tothe tothe tothe
the bottom Why Wh heaven must have been beena
a village mae when Abel the first soul from fromearth tramearth fromearth
earth entered it as compared with the thepresent thepresent timepresent
present population of that great city cityFind cltyIFind cityFluid
Find Perfect Knuirledse KnuirledseAgain luoled luoledA ICuuuiwledgeAgain
Again A ln I reirark that heaven has vast vastly vastl vastly ¬
ly l improved in knowledge Give a man manforty manfort manforty
forty fort or fifty years to study one science scienceor
or all sciences with all the advantages of oflaboratories o olaboratories oflaboratories
laboratories and observatories and philo philosophic phUosophie phtlosophie ¬
sophie apparatus and he will be a marvel marvelof manelot marvelof
of information Now into what Intelli Intelligence intelligence Intelligence ¬
gence must heaven mount angelhood and andsainthood andsainthood andsainthood
sainthood not after studying for forty or orfifty orfifty orfifty
fifty years but for thousands o ot year yeardstudying yearstudying ear earstudying
studying God and the soul and immortal immortality ImmortalIty immortalily ¬
ity and the universe How the intelligence intelligenceof
of that world must sweep on and on onwith onwith onwith
with eyesight farther reaching than tele telescope telescope telescope ¬
scope with power of calculation mightier mightierthan mightierthan mightierthan
than all human mathematics with ith pow powers pO1en powers ¬
ers > of analysis surpassing all chemical chemicallaboratory chemicallaboratory chemicallaboratory
laboratory with speed swifter than thantelegraphy thanteleitraphy thanteiegraphyi
telegraphy What must heaven learn learnwith learnwIth learnwith
with all these advantages in a month in ina Ina ina
a year in a century centu in a millennium millenniumThe mIJIennlumThe millenniumThe
The difference between the highest uni university unIversIty Un Unversity ¬
versity on earth and the smallest class classIn classIn classin
In a a primary school hool cannot be a greater greaterdifference greaterdltrerence greaterdifference
difference than heaven as It now la and andheaven andheaven andheaven
heaven as it cnce was w s Do you not sup suppose suppose suppose ¬
pose that when Dr James Y Simpson Simpsonwent Simpsnwent < n nwtnt
went up from the hospitals of Edinburgh Edinburghinto EdlnburhInto Edinburghinto
into heaven he knew more than ever the thescience theScience theacience
science of health and that Joseph Henry Henrygraduating Henrysrnduatlng Henrygraduating
graduating from the Smithsonian Insti Institution Institution Institution ¬
tution Into Intohenven heaven awoke into higher higherrealms bgherrealmR hIgherrealms
realms of philosophy and that Sir Will Willlam WUJlam Willlam
lam Hamilton lifted to loftier sphere un understood understood understood ¬
derstood better the construction of thehuman the thehutnan timehuman
human intellect and that John Milton Miltontook Miltontook J1tontcok
took up higher poetry in the actual pres prescrtc prescr presOtiCe
crtc cr OtiCe of things that on earth he had tried triedto triedto triedto
to describe When the first saints en entered entered entered ¬
tered heaven they must have studied only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the A B C of the full literature of win wisdom windom Is Isdom ¬
dom with which they are now acquainted acquaintedAgain acquantedAgaln acquaintedAgain
Again heaven Is vastly improved in n Its Itssociety ItJJsCicleb itscociety
society During your memory how many manyexquisite l11anyexquflte ruanyexquisite
exquisite spirits have gone into it It If you youshould youshould ou oushout
should shout 1 try to make a list of all the genial genialicvlng genl11lclftng genialle4ng
icvlng gracious ctoU blessed sculs culs that you youhave 70Uhave youhave
have known it would fee a very long list listsou 118tsou listeous
sou eous s that have cone one into glory Now do doyou doyou doyou
you not suppose up = e they have enriched the thesociety thesociety thesociety
society Have they not improved heave heavenYou 7 7You 1Yoc
You tell of what heaven h aen did for them themHave thenHave themHave
Have they done nothing for heaven Take Takeall Taleall Takeall
all the gracious souls that have gone out outof outot outof
of your our acquaintanceship and add to o them themall themall themall
all the th gracious and beautiful souls that thatfor thattor thatfor
for five hundred hundr d or a thousand thou and years have havecone haveone havegone
cone one out of all the cities and all Il the th vii 11 ¬
lages 1n and an all the countries of this earth earthinto earthinto I
into glory and how ho the society of heaven heavenmust heavenmust heavenmust
must have been en Improved Suppose Paul Paulthe Paulthe
the apostle were Introduced Introdu Into your youroctal yourfoctal yoursocial
social octal circle on earth rth but heaven baa baaadded
added alt the apostles Suppose Suppo Hannah HannahMore Hannahrore IliUhIUthMore
More rore and Charlotte Elisabeth were intro introduced Introduced Introduced ¬
duced Into your social c1n1 circle on earth earthbut earthbut uth
but heaven has added all the th blessed bl Sed and andthe andthe I I Ithe
the gracious and the thehol holy women omen of the thepant thepact I Ipat
pant ages Suppose that Robert McCheyne McCheyneand MeClicyneand Chcyne
and John Summerfield should sh uId be added addedto al1dedto addedto II IIand
to your earthly circle but heaven has hasgathered hilsglithered hissgathered
gathered up all the faithful and earnest earnestministry earnestmfnfst earnestministry
ministry mfnfst of the past There Is not a a town townor tOwnor I Ior
or a city ct or a village I1I S that has so sola1pro improv improved improceel ¬ I Ied
ed in society in the last hundred years as asheaven abheaven asheaven
heaven has Improved ImprovedAugmented Impr improvedtnguuomateul I Incmentecl
Augmented Henrcns Glories GloriesBut lories loriesBut lI I IBut
But you U say m Has not heaven always alwaysbeen alwaysbeen i ibten
been perfect Oh ye yeti but not in the thesense thpfcrue thesense
sense that it cannot be augmented It IlI1US IlI1USbeen has hasbeen busbeen
been rolling on In grandeur Christ has hasbeen ha hasbeen s sbeen
been there and He never changes changethe changethesam the thesame
same sam yesterday today toda and forever glo glorious 110 110rious gb gbrious ¬
rious then and glorious now and glorious gloriousforever gloriousforever lorlou8 lorlou8toreer
forever But I speak now of attractions attractionsoutside attractionsoutside attractiorsoutside
outside of this Ihls and I have ta t tell t > l1 you ou that thatno thatno thatno
no place on earth has improved in society societyas socletas
as heaven has within the lost seventy seventyyears seventyears seventyyears
years ears for the most of you within forty fortyyears fortyyears fortyyears
years within twenty years yea within five fiveyears fiveyears fiveyears
years within one year In other words wordsby wordsby
by the th accessions from your own house household household household ¬
hold If heaven were placed in groups groupsart groups groupsan groupsan
an apostolic group a partrlarchial group groupa
S a prophetic group group of martyrs martyrsgroup martrsgroup martyrsgroup
group of angels anJ then a group of your yourown yourown yourown
own glorified kindred klndreJlhlch which group would wouldyou wouldyou ould ouldyoU
you choose You might look around and andmake andmake andmake
make comparison but it would not take takeyou takeou takeyou
you ou Ions to choose You would say Give Giveme Giveme Giveme
me me back those whom I loved on earth earthlet earthlet earthlet
let me enter into thehr society societymy my par parents parents parents ¬
ents my children my brothers broth rs my m sis sisters sis sisters siatern ¬
ters We W lived together on earth let us uslive usBve uslive
live together in heaven Oh is It not a abeautiful abeautiful abeautiful
beautiful thought that heaven has been beenImproved beenImproved beenimproved
Improved by Its societ societthls this colonization colonizationfrom colonizationfrom colonizationfrom
from earth to heaven heavenAgain heavenAgain heavenAgain
Again I remark that heaven has great greatly greatly greatly ¬
ly Improved in the good ood cheer of an announced announced anrmunced
nounced victories Where heaven rejoiced rejoicedover rejoicedover rejoicedover
over one on soul It now rejoices over a hun hundred hundred huntired ¬
dred or a thousand In I the olden times timeswhen timeswhen timeswhen
when the events of human life were scat scattered scattered scattered ¬
tered over four or five centuries of lon longevity Jongevitr Iongevity ¬
gevity and the world moved slowly there therewere therewere therewere
were not so many man stirring events to be re reported reportec1 reported ¬
ported In heaven but now I suppose suppose all allthe allthe allthe
the great events of o earth are reported In Inheaven Inheaven inheaven
heaven It there Is any truth plainly plainlytaught plalnltaught plainlytaught
taught In this Bible it is that heaven is iswrapped Iswrapped iswrapped
wrapped up in sympathy with human his history hlstor history ¬
tory tor and we look at those inventions of ofthe otthe ofthe
the day daat at telegraphy at swift communi communication communication cominun cominuncation ¬
cation by b steam at all these modern im improvements Improvements irnprovements ¬
provements which seem to give one almost almostomnipresence almostomnipresenceand almostomnipresenceand
omnipresence omnipresenceand and we see only the secu secular secular secular ¬
lar relation but spirits before the throne thronelook thronelook I Ilook
look out and see the vast and the eternal eternalrelation eternalrtlation eternalrelation
relation While nations rise and fall fallwhile tallwhile fallwhile
while the earth is Isshaklng shaking with revolution revolutiontelligcnce r1volutlondo
do you OU not supp suppose se there Is arousing 10 10te1lgnce latellgenee
telligcnce going up to the throne of G Gd Gdand Gedand d dand
and that the question Is often asked be before he hefore before ¬
fore tqe tI throne What is the news from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that worldthat world that rebelled but butIs butis butis
Is coming back to its allegiance alle iance If min ministering mlnIstt mm mmistering ¬
istering Istt > rlng spirits according to the Bible are aresent aresent aresent
sent forth to minister to those that shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be heirs of heaven when they the come down downto dawnto downto
to us to bless us do they the not take the thenews thenews thenews
news back Do the ships of light that thatcome thatcome thatcome
come out of the celestial harbor into the theearthly theearthl theearthly
earthly earthl harbor laden with cargoes of ofblessing ofblessing ofblessing
blessing go back unfrelghted Minister Ministering Ministering Inister Inistering ¬
ing spirits not only onl but our loved ones onesleaving onesleaving onesleaving
leaving us take up the tidings tidingsSympathy tidingsInpnlb tidingsSympathy
Sympathy Inpnlb with Mortals diortalsSuppose MortalsSuppose UortaJIISuppose
Suppose you were ere In a far city and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been there a good while and you ou heard heardthat heardthat heardthat
that some one had arrived from your our na native native naLive ¬
tive place placesome some one who had recently recentl seen seenyour seenyour seenyour
your family and friends frlendsou you would rush rushup rushup rushup
up to that man and you would ask all allabout aUabout allabout
about the old folks at home And do you younot younot younot
not suppose when your our child went up to toGod toGod toGod
God your our glorified kindred in heaven gath gathered gathered gathered ¬
ered around and asked about you to ascer ascertain ascertaIn ascertaUt ¬
tain as to whether you were getting along alongwell alongell alongwell
well ell In the struggle of life to find out outwhether outwhetber outwhether
whether you OU were In any especial Ptcil1l peril perilthat perUthat perlithat
that with swift and mighty mlght wing they theymight theymight theymight
might come down to intercept your perils perilsOh perilsOh perilsOh
Oh yes es Heaven is a greater place for fornews Cornews fornews
news than It used t to < J be benes news sounded soundedthrough soundedthrough soundedthrough
through the streets news ringing from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the towers news heralded from Wie me palaca palacagate pala palacagate a agatl
gate Glad Gl d news Victorious news newsBut newsBut newsBut
But the vivacity and sprightliness of ofheaven ofheaven ofheaven
heaven will be beyond all conception when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the final victories come in when the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church shall be triumphant everywhere everywhereOh evernvhereOh
Oh what a day ap In heaven it will be when whenthe wIlenthe wizenthe
the last throne of earthly oppression has hasfallen hasfallen hasfallen
fallen when the last chain of serfdom is isbroken isbroken Isbroken
broken when the last wound of earthly earthlypain earthlypain earthlypain
pain Is healed when the last sinner Is Ispardoned Ispardoned ispardoned
pardoned when the last nation Is re redeemed redeemed redeemed ¬
deemed What a time there will be in inheaven Inhe inheaven
heaven he en You and I will be In the pro procession proce procession ¬
cession ce slon you OU and I will thrum a string in inthat 1nthat Inthat
that great orchestra orcb stra That will be the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest day In heaven since the day daywhen daywhen daywhen
when the first block of jasper was put putdown putdown IUtdown
down for the foundation and the first firsthlcged firsthrsed firstImlaged
hlcged pearl swung If there Is a differ difference dlfterenco differcacti ¬
cacti between heaven ht > aven now and heaven heavenas
as it was oh oh the difference between betweenheaven betweenheaven betweenheaven
heaven as it shall be and heaven as it is isnow Isnow isnow
now Not a splendor stuck fast fast but roll rolling rollIng rollIng ¬
ing on and rolling on and roiling up and andidling andlo11lng andtoiling
idling up forever forev r forever forverNow for foreverNow ver verNow
Now I say sa these things about the thechanges thechanges thechanges
changes In heaven about new Improve Improvements Improvmfnts Improvemonth ¬
month in heaven for three stout reasons reasonsFirst reasonsFIrst reasonsFirst
First because I find that some of you youare youare youare
are impatient to be gone You are tired tiredof tiredot tiredof
of this world and you want to set et Into Intothat Intothat intothat
that good land about which you ou have havebeen haveb havebeen
been b en thinking praying and talking so somany somany somany
many years ears Now bs patient I could couldsee couldsee couldsee
see why wh you would ould want wy to go to an art artgallery artgallery artgallery
gallery if some of the best pictures were wereto wereto wereto
to be taken away this week or next week weekbut weekbut weekbut
but if some one tells you ou that there are areother areother areother
other beautiful pictures to come comeother comeotherKeusetts comeotherKensetts other otherKcnsetts
Kcnsetts Raphaels and Rubens other othermasterpieces othermasterl otherniasterp5eces
masterpieces masterl eces to be added to the gallery galleryyou galler galleryou galleryyou
you would say I can afford td t wait The Theplace Theplace Theplane
place Is improving all the time Now I Iwnt Iwrnt
wrnt you to apply the same principle in inthis Inthis inthis I
this matter of reaching heaven and leav leaving leaving learlug ¬
ing this world Not one dory Io Is to be besubtracted besubtracted besubtracted
subtracted but many glories added Not Notone Kotone hotone
one angel will be gone one not one hierarch hlerarchgone hierarchgon hierarchgone
gone gon not one of your glorified Iorltled friend trlcndgone friendsgone a agone
gone By the th long practicing the music musicwill musicwIU musicwill
will be better the process processlJnwUJ Ion will be long longer lon loncr longer ¬
er the rainbow ralnbo brighter the coronation coronationgrander coronationgrander coronationgrander
grander Heaven with magnificent ad addenda addenda nildenda ¬
denda Why will you complain when you youare youare youare
are only waiting for something better betterWelcomed betterVrlcomed betterVeicotuieui
Welcomed to Elysium ElysiumAnother ElyslulIIAnother EiysluuuuAnother
Another reason why I speak In regard regardto regartto regardto
to the thechanses changes In heaven and the new newImprovements newImprovements newimprovements
Improvements In heaven is because f fthink rtl Ithink
think tl nk It will be a a consolation to busy and andenterprising andenterprising andenterprising
enterprising good people ople I see very pry well wellthat welltrat wellthat
that you have not much taste for a heaven heaventhat heannthat heaventhat
that was as all done and finished fir shed centuries centuriesago centuriesago centuriesago
ago After ytu have been active forty or orfifty orfifty i ififty
fifty or sixty years it would be a shock shockto shoe shoeto shedto
to atop you OU suddenly and forever but buthere buthere buthere
here is a progressive ro relistve heaven an ever everaccumulative everaecumulaU everaccumulative
accumulative heaven vast ast enterprise on onfoot onfoot onfoot
foot there before the throne of God Ag Aggressive A Agresslve Aggreselve ¬
gressive knowledge knowJ ce aggressive goodness goodnesaaggressive goodnessaf goodnessaggressive
aggressive af grefilve power pow r aggressive grandeur grandeurYou grandeurYou grandestYou
You will not have to come and sit down downen downcn downcn
cn the banks of the river of life In ever everlasting tverwlasUng everlasting ¬
lasting Inoccupation Oh busy men I tell tellyou teJlyou tellyou
you of a hwtven weven where there Is tomethin tomethinto something iomethlnarto
to do That Is the meaning m nlng of the th pas passage pas passage passage ¬
sage They rest not day nor night in inthe Inthe inthe
the lazy sense of resting restingI resUn
1 speak these words on the changes in inheaven inheaven inheaven
heaven and th the new improvements In Inreaven Inreaen inreaven
reaven also because 1 want to cure some eomeof someof om omot
of you Y of the delusion dtlu lon that your departed departedChristian departedCbrItlan departedChristian
Christian friends have gone into dullness dullnessand dullneJ5and dullnessand
and silence and unconsciousness They Theyare The Thear Theyare
are ar in a a stirring picturesque radiant radianteveraccumulative r radianteveraccurnulatie dI4nt dI4nteveraccumulaUe
everaccumulative scene When they left lefttheir Je lefttheir t ttheir
their bodies they only cot ridjof the last lasthindrance Jnsthindrance Insthindrance
hindrance They are re no more in Oakwood OakwoodLaurel OakwoodLIlurel OakwoodLaurel
Laurel Hill HUt or Mount lount Auburn than you youIn youIn youIn
In holiday attire having seated Jl yourself yourselfat your t t1t
at a banquet can be said d to be in a dark darkcloset darkcloset darkcloset
closet where you have left the old ap apparel 11 11parel afeparel ¬
parel that was not fit fit to wear at the thebanquet th6banquet thebanquet
banquet A soldier cannot use a sword awordantU swordantli word worduntil
until he has unsheathed it and the body bodyof bodyof bodyof
of your departed was only the heath of a abright abright abright
bright and glittering Utterlnl spirit which God has haslifted basUfted ha halifted
lifted and an ta swaying Bwaln in the heavenly heavenlytriumph heavenlytriumph heavenlytriumph
triumph According to what I am telling tellingyou teJlln teJllnyoU tellingyou
you at present your departed Christian Christianfriends ehrltlanfriends ChrIstianfriends
friends did nut go so much Into the com company company cornpany ¬
pany of the martyr and the apostle a 05U and andthe andtlus andiha
the prophets and the potentate of hens heaven h hensen v ven ¬
en en as into the company of gntndfa her and andcrandmotber tlndJrmdmolher andgrandmother
grandmother and the Infant slater that thattarried thattarried hinttarried
tarried just lone enough to absorb yourtenderest yourteriderest your yourtenderest
tenderest affftUon and all the homo 1 mft circle circleWhen elr elrWhen cIretWhen
When they landed 1 it wax 1U not as you land landIn landin
In Antwerp or Hamburg Hambur or Havre wan wandering wanderJnr wandering j
dering up a a strange wharf looktoff 1 k1Dr at atJ
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strange faces asking askln for a strange hotel hotelThey hotelThe hotelThey
They The landed amid your glorified relatives relativeswho relativeswho relativeswho
who were awaiting to greet them themWhere themUhtre themWhere
Where Pamllir I Jollier tpt r Acuin AcuinOh tgttinOh 5uln 5ulnOh
Oh does not this bring heaven nearer nearerInstead nearerInstead nearerInstead
Instead of being far off It comes down downjust downjU5t downjust
just now and it puts its arms around our ournecks ournecks ournecks
necks and we feel eel its breath on our ourfaces ourfaces ourfaces
faces It melts the frigid splendor ef the theconventional theconventlonll timeconventional
conventional heaven Into a domestic domesticscene tomcstlcscene domesticscene
scene It comes very ver close to ua Jf we wehad wehad I
had our choice In heaven whom would wouldwe wouJl1we wouldwe
we first see Rather than look at the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great potentates of heaven we would wouldmeet woull1meet wouldmeet
meet our loved ones I want to see Moses Mosesand Mosesand Iosesand
and Paul and Joshua but I would u ugreat LIgrtat agreat
great deal d al rather see my father who whowent whowent whowent
went away thirty years ago I want to tosee tosee tosee
see the great Bible heroines Deborah Deborahand Deborahand Deborahand
and Hannah and Abigail but I would wouldrather wouldrather wouldrather
rather see my mother than to see the thearchangel therchangel thearchangel
archangel archangelI
I do not think it was superstitious superstitiouswhen supersUtiouswhen superstitiouswhen
when one Wednesday night I stood by bya bya bya
a deathbed within wlt within ln a 1 few blocks of the thechurch thechurch
church where I preached and on the thesame thesame thesame
same street and saw one of the aged agedChristians agedChrl5t1ans agedChristians 1
Christians of the church going into glory gloryAfter GloryAttet gloryAfter
After I had prayed with her I said to toher toher
her We Ve have all loved you very much muchi muchand muchand
i and will always cherish your our memory In Inthe Inthe inthe I
the Christian church You will see s e my myson myson myson
son before I see him and I wish Ish you youwould I Iwoulll Iwould
would give him our love She said I Iwill I Iwill Iwill
will I will 111 and in twenty twent minute she shewas shewas I IW2S
was in heaven beaventhe the last words she ever everspoke everspoke I
spoke It was a swift message to the thosKle3 thesJde3 thescies
sKle3 If you had your choice between betweenr5ding betweenrdlzmg I Irdlng
r5ding in a heavenly chariot and occupy occupyIng occupylag
Ing the grandest palace In heaven and andsitting andsitting I Isitting
sitting on the throne next highest to the thethrone thethrone thethrone
throne of God and not seeing your de departed departed departed ¬
parted loved ones and on the other hand handdwellln handdwelling 1 1dwelling
dwelling dwellln in the humblest plac place lac In heaven heavenwithout heavenwithout heavenwithout
without crown or throne and without withoutgarland withoutgarland withoutgarland
garland and without scepter yet having havingyour hlliinbyour havingyour
your loved ones around you OU you would wouldchoose woulclchoose wouldchoose
choose the latter I sky s these things be because becaUse because ¬
cause I want you to know it is a domes domestic dom domestic s stic ¬
tic heaven and consequently It Is all the thetime tiletime thetime
time improving Every one that goes up upmakes upmakes upmakes
makes It a brighter place and the attrac attractions attractions attractions ¬
tions are Increasing month by month and andday andday andday
day by b day and heaven so vastly more moreof moreot moreof
of a heaven a thousand times more of ofa a aheaven I Ih 3heaven
heaven h aven than it used to be will be a bet better bettcr better ¬
ter heaven h ave1 yet I say this to intensify intensifyyour Intensifyyour intensifyyour
your anticipation anticipationiomlaf nntlclpaUonIotu anticipationozn1ug
iomlaf otu of Judgment Jud euC Dny DnyI Dut DutI
I enter heaven one day It Is almost almostempty aJmostempty almostempty
empty I enter the temple3 of worship worshipand worshipand worshipand
and there are no worshipers I walk dom domthe dOlmthe downthe
the street and there are no passengers passengersI
I go into the orchestra and I find the in instruments Instruments instruments ¬
struments are suspended in the baronial baronialhalls haronlathalls baronialhalls
halls of heaven and the great organs of ofeternity oreternity ofeternity
eternity with multitudinous banks of ofkeys otkeB ofkeys
keys are closed But I see ee a shining shlnn one oneat oneat oneat
at the gate gatea a az though he were standing standingon
on guard and I say Sentinel what does doesthis doesthis doesthis
this mean I thought heaven was a popu populous POJJUlous popubus ¬
lous city clt Has there th re been some great sreatHave greatplague rel1t rel1tplague
plague sweeping oft the population populal1ol1Hae populationHave
Have you not heard the news saja U 3 the thesentinel th thsentinel thesentinel
sentinel There is a world burning burJ1ln there thereis thereis
is a great conflagration con agratlon out yonder and andall andaU andall I
all heaven has gone out to look at the theconflagration theconfiagratlon theconflagration
conflagration and take the victims out o othe 0the othe
the ruins This Is the day for which all allother allother allother
other days are made This Is the Judg Judgment jud judment judgmeat ¬
ment This morning mornln all 11 the chariots and andthe andtbe andthe
the cavalry cavalr and the mounted infantry infantryrumbled Intan infantryrumbled ry ryrumbJed
rumbled and galloped down the sky sk Aft After ACter Aftor ¬
er I had listened to the sentinel I looked lookedoff lookedotr lookedoff
off over the battlements and I saw that thatvhe thath thathe
vhe h he fields of air were bright with a blazing blazingworld b1nzlngworld blazingworld
world I said Yes yes this must be bethe bethe bethe
the Judgment and an while I stood there I Iheard Iheard
heard the rumbling of wheels and the theclattering theclattering
clattering of hoofs and the roaring of ofmany ofmany
many voices and then I saw the coro coronets coronets ¬
nets and plumea and banners and I raw rawthat sawthat
that all heaven was coming back again againand againcoming
coming to the wall coming to the gate
and the multitude that went off in the themorning
morning was augmented by a a vast multi multitude multitude ¬
tude caught up alive from the earth and anda anda
a vast multitude of the resurrected bodies bodiesof I Iof
of the Christian dead leavln leaving the cemc cemcteriej cemetents
tents and the abbeys and the mausoleums mausoleumsand mausoleumsand
and the graveyards of the earth empty emptyProcession emptyProcession
Procession moving in through the gat3 gat gatAnd
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up and try to plunder the city cityA cityA
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A Speculation In 1neee Vn te Paper with the tbaJouriifflOlQclel theJournal
JouriifflOlQclel JouriifflOlQclelParis Journal OfflIi5 OfflIi5Paris
Paris Utter In Pall Mall Zsil Gazette GazetteSome GazetteSome
Some interesting details are furnlniwd furnlniwdby furnlnndby
by M Vandcl one of the principal mem ¬
hers of the staff of the Journal Olflckl Olflcklrespecting Oificieirespecting
respecting Saturdays Issue of that pap papewhich papwhich
which contained the list of the prize win winners iiuitiers ¬
tiers of the Exposition The number beat beatthe beatthe
the record for the Journal Olllclel a as re regards ragards ¬
gards size It contained 352 pages of read reading readlag ¬
lag matter One of the numbers pub published published ¬
lished last Juno had reached its 288 pages pagesand pagesand
and involved the authorities by reason reasonof reaiouuof
of its bulkiness in a curious dilemma dilemmawhich dilemmawhich
which had to be avoided In connection connectionwith connectionwith
with last Saturdays issue The paper paperon paperon
on which the Journal Ofllclel Is printed printedcosts printedcosts
costs the state about one centime and andquarter e equarter
quarter a sheet and as each sheet makes makessixteen makessixteen
sixteen pages an easy calculation shows showsthat showsthat
that the actual cost of the paper for each eachcopy eachccpy
copy printed of the Issue of June 20 i0 was wasabout wasabout
about twentytwo centimes and a half halfor halfor
or four sous and a halt By law the Jour Journal Journal ¬
nal Official has to be sold at u a sou so sothat Himthat
that the loss on every copy disposed of of ofthis ofthis
this particular number was considerable
Matters were complicated however by a
further consideration The number was waano wasno
no sooner published than there was a awholly awholly
wholly unexpected demand for it It The en entire entire ¬
tire stock was sold at once and there therewire therevere
wire clamorous and seemingly endless In Inquiries inquirles ¬
quiries for a further supply On the oth other other ¬
er hand the copies mysteriously disap ¬
peared as fast as they were carried away awayand awayanti
and complaints pour poured d In from those par particularly partieuiarly ¬
ticularly Interested that It was Impossible Impossibleto
to obtain the number for love or money
The explanation was simple though It Ittook ittook
took a a little time to find it out Some Somewideawake Somewideawake
wideawake persons had discovered that thatthe thatthe
the number was so bulky that to pur purchase purchase ¬
chase it for or a sou and to resell It aa waste wjutepaper wastepaper
paper was a speculation that left a small smallmargin maii maiimargin
margin of profit Hence the avidity with withwhich withsihich
which every obtainable copy had been betnsinpped beensmnpped
sinpped up To avoid a repetition of thin thinexperience thisexperience
experience a subterfuge was retorted i iIn ti tiitt <
In the case of Saturdays lams The list listof listor
of prize winners was pot included In the theordinary theordinary
ordinary issue but was published In u usupplement asupplement
supplement forming legally no part of ofthe ofti1e
the olMcIal paper and for which in con consequence consequence ¬
sequence the authorities could charge the theprice thepmlce
price they llkeda price that was fixed at ata ata
a franc
Visitor Have a Proprietor interest la laConrthonne inonrthonse
Conrthonne and Library LibrarrFrom LibraryFrom
From the Chicago Chronicle ChronicleOne ChronicleOne
One of the odd features of the gr great greatarmy at atarmy
army of visitors which Inundated the thedowntown thedowntown
downtown streets last week was the fact factthat facthat
that those who crew weary tramping ov over overcobblestones r rcobblestones
cobblestones and car tracks seemed to tofeel tofeel
feel that they had a perfect right to sir sirdown su sudown
down and camp on the steps of the pu pulio pun punlie
lie buildings Very few of them rested reatwlon restedon
on the steps or in the entrance to th thoffice the theoffice
office buildings or stores They appear appeared appearcii ¬
ed to reel they would be Intruding on onprlvat onprivate
private property But the county btiW btiWi
ing iwlth with its broad flight of step on th the
Clark i street tide and the public library
were taken possession of at once All
day long rows of sunburned men women womenanO womenanti
anti children sat on the steps of th thc thcounty
c county ° Vnty building and n < watched with fasci fascination sst ¬
nation the th panorama of city life moving movi1m
beiore them Some had glazed satchels satchelsothers
others had canvas telescopes containing
not only their clothing and effects but
their lunch Children were fed on th the thetCp
fiHitlfed tCp tired men lumbered peaceful
iith Ml thIr 5 W bent backs against the br brl sJ sJmemorial
pillars and their
wives watched with star
ing eyes the curious sights of the street
Ihe library building containing the
memorial hall was even more of a fr <
headquarter for the horaele homeless The Thecrage av avhagiaarnier
crage hagiaarnier farmer does not K0 to a hotel ur uat l
the last moment until it Is time to go t tthe
bed tie he fears h will have to pay r
the room all the time he h wandering on
lln llntr the streets tr < Vrls and lli this would be rank neu
sense n
Therefore he has no n plac place lo r rthe eec
his weary bones until nightfall extent
the cow hard steps of the publl public buiJ buiJUy
irigs anti there he camped with hi fern
Uy every day dayThe dayThecblneic
The Thecblneic Chine e Tong War Vari In ban Franelico FranelicoFrom FrazelscoFroi
From Froi Harpera Weekly
At last the Chinese Minister at Wash ¬
ington Mr Wu Ting Pang gent hta broth brotherinlaw brotherinlaw ¬
erinlaw Mr Ho Yow to the x scene ne of ttt ttttrouble hj hjtrouble
trouble Mr Ho was peculiarly fltt fitted 4 4the to tothe
the tank He was a modern Cblneft fr frthe h1time
the full sen sense He wa was a lawyer yraduat yraduatQl
Ql an English college wa was a ilteratui a ill illwrote i 1 1wrote
wrote the English language more fiu fluent it >
than mos or hi his countrymen were abi able
10 handle the Mundartn character Ut Utrides liiridts
rides thte accompli accomplzabryzents bm < s t Mr Ho w Wa
a diplomatic and hi liii natural adapuWJi adapuWJiIn adSotabihl
In this regard had been cultlvur eft hy tb tbpractice the thepraotice <
practice entailed in a lengthy r roy < iaese < fet > at attite
Uw legation at Washington sir Hi Hicame If Ifearns
came to San Francisco o ice V vca sooiu
Six consul generals had be been < m dartog tfc tfcan thpreceding
preceding three years sent by Pekin to
uan an Francltto to Kettle th the trou Irouim < > an anea ani anieach
ea each h had been succe SUCcesitely ively recalled av avwe a
we the situation unchanged Thewhon Thewhonof The whole wholeof
of the merchant and general bu businsu businsuclass ln lnctoi
ctoi class wan reduced to the hut strai trai
Clothing slipper llpp r cigar manufacturer manufacturermembers Li Limembers
members of the Bam Yup had gone tnt tntbankruptcy into intobankruptcy >
bankruptcy by wholesale and many <
Chanta bad failed the baa to o thin cli cliaggregating class classaggregating
aggregating million Many regarded U Use Usetrouble s strouble
trouble aa beyond settlement wer were px pxIng paeZlag
lag the effects rm which It was impo8 Impossible lbl to toK 1 1sell
K sell l and were leaving for China there to toresume toresume
resume permanent abode Within fthotn fthotner hotb hotber
er twelvemonth It to unquestioned that thirthfc thatthe
the wh whoi < of the substantial body of CM CMn ktsinest
n nest on thl this coast would have been out o othe othe
the country leaving only the laborer laborerswho
who were employed by the whites

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