The Argus and radical. (Beaver, Pa.) 1873-1903, October 15, 1873, Image 3

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-.Now this Is what I call comfort," said
Madge Harley as she eat down by her
neichbor's fire one evening; "here you
a re at your sewing, with the kettle steam
ing on the hob, and the tea-things on the
table, expecting every minute to bear
your husband's step, and see his kind
;ace look in at the door. .th ! if my bus
bud was hni,,,like yours, Janet."
"Be is like mine in many of his ways,'
isid Janet, with a smile, "and if you will
allow me to speak plainly, he would be
still more like him if you took more pains
to make him comfortable."
“nat do mean r cried Madge; "our
btim Saab clean 'Our's; 1 mend my
husband's clothes, and cook bis dinner as
carefully as any one in . the parish, and
yet be never stayeat home on an ,evening
while yon sit here by your cheelitil are :
Dight after night as happy as can be."
"As happy as can be here °newt:A," said
her friend gravely; "yes, and shall I tell
yeti the secret of 'it, Madge !"
"I wish you would." said Madge, with
a deep sigh; "it is misery to live as I do
Dow."
"Wrll, then," said Janet, speaking
5 ],-)wly and distinctly, "I let my husband
Fee that I love him still, and that I learn
every day to love him more. Love is the
chain that binds him to his home. The
wrir:d may call it folly, but the world is
cot my lawgiver."
"And do you really think," exclaimed
Madge in surprise, "that husnands care
for that sort of a thing ?"
"For love, do you mean ?" asked Janet..
"Yes; they don't feel at all as we do,
Janet, and it don't take many years of
married life to make them think of a wife
as a sort of maid-of-all-work."
"A libel, Madge," said Mrs. Matson,
lauzhing, "I • won't allow you to sit in
William's chair and talk so.
"Na, because your husband is different,
spa values his wife's love, while John
cares for me only as his house-keeper."
don't think that," said Janet. "al
' though I know that he-said to my hus
band the other day that courting time was
the hapieat of a man's life. William re-
minded him that there is greater bappi
ress than that, even on earth, if men but
give their hearts to Christ. I know John
did not atter his opinion, but he went
away still thinking -of his . courting time
as a j too great to be exceeded."
"Dear fellow," cried Madge, smileing
through her tears. "I do believe he was
very happy then.' I remember I used to
listen for his steps as I sat with tey dear
mothei by the fire, longing for the happi
ness of seeing him."
"Just so," said Janet; "do yln ever feel
like that now."
Madge hesitated.
aetly."
"And why not?" .
O. I dont know," said Madge; "mar
tied peaple give up that son of thing."
"Love, do you mean ?" asked Janet.
"No,but s what people call being sent
mental," said tits. Harley.
"Longing to See your husband is a
proper sentiment."
"But some people are ridicilouily fool
ish before others," reasoned airs. Harley.
"That proves they • want sense. I am
not likely
. to approve of thakas William
would soon tell you; all I want is that
wives should Ist the: husbands know
they are still loved." .
"But men are so vain," said Madge,
"that it is dangerous to show the much
attention.
Her friend looked up, "0, Madge, what
are yon saying! Have you, then, mar-
ried with the nntion that it is not gond
for John to believe that you love him?"
"No, but it is not wise to show that you'
rare too ranch for them." -
"Say I and him; do not talk of husbands
in general but of yours in partieula?."
"He thinks quite enough of himself al
ready, I assure you."
"Deli!. Madge: said Janet, smiling
"would it do yon any harm to receive a
little more attention from your husband!"
"Of course not. I wish he'd try," and
Mrs. Harley laughed at the idea.
"'Men you don't think enough of your
selfalready? and nothing would make you
vaip, I suppose?"
Madge colored, and all the more when
she perzeived that William Matson had
come in quietly, and was now standing
behind Janet's chair. This of course, pat
an end to the conversation. Madge re - -
liretl to her own home to think of Janetli
words, and to confess seared) , that they
were wise. •
sours passed before John Harley. ,re
turned home. Re was a man of good
abilities, and well to do in the .world, and
having married Madge because he truly
loved her, be had kxpeetet to have a hap.
P 7 home. But partly because be itai
r served and sensitive. partly becanee
Madge feared to make him vain, they bad
grown very eold to each other, so "cold
That john began to think the ale;honse
More comfortable place than his own fire.
aide.
That night the rain feU in torrents, the
'winds howled, and it was not until the,
midnight hour, hid arrived that Harley
left the public-house and hasteueld toward
his cottage- He MIS wet .through
. when
he at length crossed the threshold; he ;
Was, as hegruffly•muttered, "used to that;
but he was not used to : the tone and look
with which his wife drew near to weitom
him, nor to find warm clothes by a crack
ling fire and slippers on the hearth; nor
to hear no reproach for ,lato
,houre, and
neglect, and dirty footlparks as be sat in
his nut-chair. Some CianL.l had some
to Mtdge be was very sure.. She w?re a
"Welt, no, not ex.
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-, it ,_ .,, ,. ,
a neat linen collar.ronad the neck, and a
cap, trimmed with white ribbons; on ,her
beats.
• "You're smart Madge," he ezcl4imed at
last; when he had stared at her for some
time in silence. "Who has been here s
worth dressing for tonight?"
"No one until you came," said Madge
bait /aughin:T.
"I Nonsense; you didn't dr:•ss for
me!" cried John.
"You won't believe, perbapP, but I did.
I have been talking with Mrs: Matson
this evening, and she has given me some
.very good advice. SO now, John, what
would . you DO For support"
John, who was wont to steal to the
shelf at night and content hititself with
anything be could find, thought Madge's
offer too excellent to be refused, and very
loon a large bowel of chocolate Was steam
ing on the table, Then Lafarge sat down
for a wonder, by his side and talked a liti
tle, and listened, and looked pleased, when
at last, as if be could not help it, be Bak, *
"Dear old Madge!"
That was enough; her elbow somehoW
found its way then to the arm of his great
chair, and she sat quietly looking at the
fire. After awhile John spoke again:
"Madge, dear, do you remember the
old days when we used to sit side by side
in your.motber's kitchen?"
"I wag a younger man then, Madge,
and, as they told me, handsome; now I
am growing older, plainer, .quller, then —
then you loved me; do you love me ett://?"
She looked up in his face. and her eyes
answeredhim. It was like goihg back to
the old days to feel his arm around her as
her bead lay on hiwlthoulder, and to bear
once again the kind words meat for her
ear alone. .
She never once asked 'if this would
make him "vain;" she knew, as if by in
stinct, that it was making him a wiser, a
more thoughtful, more earnest-hearted
man; An when, after a happy silence,
he took down the big bible, and read a
chapter, as he had been wont to read to
her mother in former Vines, she bowed
her bead and prayed.
Yes, prayed-L-for pardon, through the
blood of Jegus Christ—for strength to fut.
fill every duty in Ohfuture—ifor the all
powerful influences or the . Spirit, for
blessings on ber'hillbaid evermore.
She prayed—and Amin ea in.—
lire OnlitDiA- CONNEVICETY IN' tbN-
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A correspondent of:the Boston Post has
been looking ettlitg`brpcjiofthe, Onedia
Community which is located at Walling.
ford, Connecticut.- No one could possibly
read
_his dactiptt - Ir of theft little.
,?ett le
nwit. wilhout, feeling that so ai social
hsppiaaatt goes they hive4,l4coeii *lady
to ixiireei(k) 4CP(.0 4 7 Pig_ For
ttertsr_luriPlind,4. wttlt .ull4Poll , t at
chards sud llowerbede, while-dm Material
Judd:stria Ofibe people were - conducted
In s . perfectlygppbinted' silk regtory; tea
tilled to the thrift and industry of , the
community. The social -, ptingiplia of
theme people, - however, SO: Alien
client-the -ordinagy- Christ/age- ;who has
laieiPazi , Weir
results. 'his corradpondent Interviewed
one of the th'i'ac**4oo444 so
far u we can - judgelrt.ni-bis=tiondi expo
"hien of- : thei' . Oottimunii"diiititiiii,'' we
should say' that its itictitie is' not- very
mtiCh nsore immoral that t the 'Votmen
thebiy of connubial life. The' curious
feature of tbertinedia religions and 'Phys
ical law is that Common interest of all in
lands and property extends to women.
If John Smith weds Sarah Jones sbeitt
mire his wife than any member of the
community who 'takes s fancy to her.
We extract a few
~sentences
.whicb. seem
to embody the pith of the (Media doctriae,
as set forth by one of the chief apostles :
Our doctrine is that the whole matter
of love and its expression should be" 'sub
ject to enightened self control. We re
gard it better in the early stage of pas
alone' experience for the young of both
_sexes to associate in love with persons
older than themselves, and if possible
with those who are s2iritual and have
been some time in the *Wool of self con
trol, and are thus able to "make - ,safe and
edifying. It is well understood . by physi
ologiats that it is undesirable for persons
of similar characters and temperatures to
mate together.: - We have discovered that
it-is nndesireable for two inexperienced
and nnspiritnal persons , to rush into fel
lowship with each other; that it is far
better for both to associate with persons
Of mature character and sound sense. If
you take an interest in this matter, sir, I
can explain further by-saying did alacitht r
general principle with ns is that is not de
sirable for two persons, whatever may be
their standing, to become exclusively at-
Vithed to eseh other, however popniar
this say be with sentimental people ger,
wally. Another principle with us is that
perilous shall not be obliged to receive,
under any circumstances, the attention of
those whom they do not like. The great
aim is to teach every one self.control; and
this leads to the great happiness in loie
and the greatest love to all."
It is 'remarkable that there' should be
any body of Americans, however sisal 1,
who can thus make a practical denial of
the Christian belief in the sanctity of mar
riage.
Yet these people do it, and 'there
huibands take, an infinitesimal share' in
their wives without y apparent stump
tibility to . that (feting which • prompts
other men to, murder the violators of mat
monial s.ill9tity.
ARGUS AND RADICAL : WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 170.
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ATTORNEY. AT . LAW,
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our. action. !Rev O. H. - Ewing, HS* realtl4
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Philadelphta. _ ,Printed explanations z otike Wig
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SAMUEL C. HANNICN,
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calls and terms
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