Leiper, J. H.; Crowe, S. J. A Sabbath Manual. Pittsburgh: United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1895. First Edition. 
Maroon cloth, worn at the spine ends with 1" split in cloth bottom of spine, 6 x 8 3/4 inches, 153 pp., light pencil marks, binding a bit soiled. Good. Hardcover.
The authors were the Field Secretaries of the Pennsylvania Sabbath Association, a society dedicated to keeping the Christian Sabbath (Sunday) holy.
"The design of this little book is to furnish the friends of the Sabbath, especially those who realize that its safety, if not its integrity, is seriously endangered, with a Sabbath manual, to which they may refer for statistical and other information as to a hand-book."
Chapters on the following, in relation to the Sabbath: the Bible; Our Country; Railroading; Business; Testimony of Physicians; Testimony of Statesmen, Jurists, and Theologians; Sabbath profaning Newspaper; Change of the Day; History of the Defense of the Sabbath in Pittsburgh and Allegheny and the First Years of the Pennsylvania Sabbath Association; Sabbath Laws; Incidents; "Sunday Trains"; and an Appendix with Sabbath Law of Pennsylvania; Members of the State Association.