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THE EXTERPKISE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20;; 1889.
A womwn jjiujovorjt .
"A oilier wnn'lei fill ii vvrv hi
bn n uiaileaiitl mat t( by h lly In iis
c mi iiv l)ixeie iHHteii-d' tit rl'ititlti-H
nii'in ii.T Hinl for nevn jmr. site wuh-
HO 'll lt Hl'Vert"! H'-'" '-"it 1mi" "iI
org m - were umleriiilne'l himI de -ih
sneiiieil lTinil"fir. Sh- b'twlimf iih h
limilnot ir. Kin' N- li-"ovry lor
Ciiiiiiiultliti nri'i v. iin'On rvlii-ve I.
Oil luklit first alone til it lie nI It nII
nielli. nii'l lr.ii one li I ImIihh b n hi
r 'iiliuiv ii'ir'd. II' r iiaoe is Mr.
Lith r i.-t u. " Time v.rln- . :.
11 ck & Co.,i.f 8hel.y, N. C Oc t h
free lrll i mm tin Ht Ail tits' tlrtig tnu. 2
The Population of Wellington
Is admit 8,000, awl we woulil My Ht taint
Oil half un troubled with some nff. Wlun
of the throat hihI IihiiH, hs tlmaf com
plaint nre, ut-t'oidiiig to vtnilHlii'H, inure
Diluteroll limit oilier. . Wh would ailvife
all our nail not to iiglcl : the iiiior-
tu.titu I'm full , in llmlr ilriiiritHtu mill lift M
lioitle ol Kemp's Biilaam for tliiMlirixtt and
lunifM Trml size tree Lara bull lei 80o
ami $1. Sold by nil druggists.
KiK-klPii' Arm in Nil
The l-il salve) m 'lie ..orld l"i .
bm'wh, sole. ulri. wilt , riie tin,
........ lulllir kIiuiiium! I, ..til,, l.illll
rut no hihI all akin Piuiitmiii. itml nwi ".
j rnn i. pil' t, or no m m (inre.. '
gunniiiteml loijtve i,ei'ii'l sulinliu li"
lumiet ri'lllmleil I'l u e i! feiii cei '
Pin Sie Uv IViMn-tai iV A'l iilif
Chuop Whuopinm Cough hihI hrml
Oil tl- iiiunid il it It -i-ll'-v. il by Sllllolt'
Cure. Mihl bV K. D, Fil.
1 he Verdict Unanimous.
W t). Mill, llrnygiKl, Btpm, linl..
ti"l II : , "ln ii-i-' inni. ii Eli circ
111 t. la Ht ll.e Vfiy t-rai lelueilt . Ev rv
lull Iv olil lly given relief lii vei.V
CiH line. Ill ll to k Mix I'olt C llll
wa.uur ! i if riieiiiuii ol' 10 yea
lHiiilnt." A'uhIi in II ire, ili'iugl i,
JMlV II-. O., utllitns; 'Ml e lii-fl. -' Il
I' X ill olrl.e 1 lc eAi-r Iih lull-' In
in v ill) ye .rt exiwl uue, it En rtrm D t-ter-.',
I lioosamls n OHi-iii imve Hilileil
llii Ir H a miiiIii) , o ill t the verdict I
U nniM'Ottit tint Rl'ttric Hint-is ' tin
c re all iiiue ol iliu i.vi-r, killing
or lilniKl. iMiiy li a t a hi ar a uume
k( A lama' ilinjraiore J
Detroit , Mich., Marcli 8, '88.
W. II. II II & Co
G'tiitleiiieii 1 bail a vi ry hevere at.
t ick of rneuiiMilaiii. Alter laklnK a
(at lo.eaol your Ar-tliro-ilion i-H.ob-tium
l iMllef. IJive taken uue 1)01 tie
ami ml alillOt entirely mired.
M. A Carp ill, (135, Br ng street.
K ir ile at Felt-'a (lien nore.
I'hk hKV. Oko. (1 I'hayhr, of Rnnr
b hi, linl., iyF,"Hn Ii uiy-ell anil wife
o " i ir liven CO SUILoU'a'JoNIUMPTIOH
i tny K. D. fU.
A Grateful Clergyman.
Rev. I'lio. Klcliey, formerli preaidlng
Id. r i'l the North hi N. Y. Confer
enea, iilviii llua oplpuin of a popular
reined : "I have Inuo" V-ni Werl'a
, t 1. A
li'.i'i f r the Iuiik". I avereuoinineiiii-
I ( a veral of toy tileuda who ai
hi 0 -r " K from is iiinplion and aliiut
nlrciil 'Uit b "Detlia have rollovteil lt
ti-e. I aui of tne oi'l'iioit that U taken
in i nun li iiild afl'e'la t'ert In cure
t'ii dcea l illaea-e. I f i.ull urgH all
u bn ire auOerlnK h to nf ami throat
trouble t try It. Trial -Ue fiee. E.
W. Adain' the Leaning DruK18'-
Knirliah .Spavin Lii'hiient removes all
Mini, "lift, or Ci'Iouh d Luiiii and
lilHiillahea Irom honwa Kloo'l tipavln,
Cnma, Hiima, 8'eei.ey KluK-Done,
H ll ". Bpnlua, all Swollen Throat,
Cii'ivha, K'O. 8ave$S0liy m-e tif one
tioMle. Warramed. S Id by w . E
A latno, UrugisUl. Wellington ,0.44 201
A Nasal InjkcToH fr-e with enrli
bollle ol Slilloti'a Catarrh Keitiedy.
l-i.-n ftOttent. Sly 1-3
Sold by V. D. Kelt.
Bangor, Mich., March 21, '88.
To whom It may roncern :
filial tooertlf) thai I have auflereil
all winter with aevereattai'kof rheu'
million, ami was about 10 nek to be ie-
lieved from my nulilon, a I was not
able to work. Aftei trying tua y rein
Cille an I getting no relief, I li HlH'S
Ar-thio-iibon-l-a ailverlliei. 1 anaoii
our .iruiifl-t to orcli'r aotne lor nie. I
couiiiii'iii-eil tHkhiK It aa per 'MrcO'loun
ail l received good renulii. frnlli It Willi
In one week. After taking three Itol
ties I am hippy in ay 1 am nearly
cured. ltl gb I i-IihII coutlnii'
rotakM A' thrn-phou-l a until I ilrlve
t iac.e.e out of uv ywtein. I can
a irulnlv recoiniueud If the bert rem.
s ly forrlieiiuiNilaiu thai I know of and
eamiot aay too much ! f ivor or it,
M . Iteiiiington,
AerniC.A vv.M.B K.
Sold by Fred. D. Felt.
For DTartcraia and liver eomplalnt.
mu have urlnied trit-iranlee on every
h title of Shlloh'f Vitalixer. It never
fulla to I'lire.
Bold by F. D. Felt.
The HancUc mest lady
la Wellington remarked to a friend the
oiher dav llial aha knew Kemp's Balaam
for Hie Throat ami Lunas wss a supeiior
remmlv hb It atiiDtied her couvh InntHnlly
wli-n oilier rough remedies had no efliirt
whatever. Ho o prove litis aim convict'
you of It merit, any druguiai will give 'ou
. .,.,,.u iu.nl.. trau I.nron .Ira K0 cenlf
and one dollar.
' Drttroli, Mich,, March 13. '88.
W. n. Hi II A Co. : .
, Omitleiiieii I have for years been a
sulf.irer from clirnnlc rlienniaiUni at
tl'iiea vrv everelv. During a latest-
tack I have experienced more relief
from laklugnne bottle of voor Ar-tbto-
ph'in-l-H than from anv retnetU I have
hitherto used. It action hbeen
promit,sud without an derangement
or tne Htoinirn or ntner orssns. ism
so much pleased with It anion that I
shall imntiniie It ne when I have the
nld trouble m combat sgntn, and recom
mond It to my friend In like affliction.
. Rennet fully yonr,
8. 8.Rohlnon.lS BralnsrdSt.
BolflbyF. Felt. r ' . ;;
' t ... .1-, ! ; i
' Snnm'a; -Cobb will Immediately re?
Ilnve croap, whooping cough and bron-
ehltl 1 - - -1 ...,-. ..
r, . l . n. v nt , . f. -, ...i .'
' sota oji.o.i en, .
WK0TE IN THE DUST.
Ta'mase Preaohoa on '
Literature of the Dust."
Christ's Itohuk. t i (ha narls unit Phari
sees Ilia l iiinpHM on fnrtlia Hru
eutmt Wnmiu Who Hail Hliineil
Against Moelctr-A Glo
rious Kiauinle. "
The subje t rt Rt. Dr. TaNnse's recent
sarmiin at tbe Brooklyn Tubci'inicle waa
"Ti.e Literature of the Dual and hli U-xt,
Joliu vlli, 8: "JiiHua ntfUiol duwn ami
wrote on the rou id." Dr. TalmaKe apuke
A Moliammrdun nmq'ie stnnds now
where once atood Iloroil' temple thoacene
of my t xc. 8iiliimon'a lemiilu had tnnd
here, but Nebunliiiilin czir thU'idored U
down. Z imbubi'l's temp e had atnod ther.i,
hut thai had been pr 'Mrmed. Now we
tuk" nur pi. re in a tnmple I hut Herud b lit
bw-aune he waa fond ol g'-eat aruhlteoturu,
and he wmiteil the p ecclliiir temiilea to
e m liwIjriiliU'iint Put ei(hl or ten modern
ralhi'il ula li lier and they wuuid not
equal Hut Htruclure, It. covered nineteen
acrm. 'I here were ninrbhi pUliim support
Inirrniifs of cedar, mid silver tahics on
rlilclt atonil irolilHii ci m, and there were
carvliu.' ixqi'l-ito ami Insrr p'lnna n
i-l ciiilciit. ulituriii)! I.nlu iridoa and ornn
mental K'ltewn.va. Tbu bulldltur of this
temple ku t ten thomand workmen bu r
fo ir-aix yema. In that s'upondntis
plla of i uip and muKninrouce at
Chi'iat and il liati'tilinr throng stood
about bint, when a wl.d disiurbunoe took
plain. A ifrnup of men are pulling and
I'ualilnir hIomi a woninn who had onnmlti' d
the worst crime a tninst oc:otv. When they
have hrou 'hi tiur In frout nf Chrixt, they
ask that He aentenne her to deuth by stou
imr. Tlii'.v aid a ci'll'cil. mrrcilos Ulln.
g n"oim cmw'l. Thev wiint to "nt, ChHat
into contrnversy and public r prnh 'niton.
If Heny"l,nt. her die," thu w'ill chur.i
Him with cruelty. It lie l"t Ihtkci ihov
will charre Him with liclutr in I'oiiip'lcliy
Ith wlrVdnea. Wh c'ntver way Ho doe,
thoy would howl at Hlin. Then occurs a
enno which tui n t lnvn u.llcletitlv re-
Ciirdcd. Ho leaves the I mnun nrlieiich on
which He wit alt tin r and eoea down on
oue knee, or both knem, an 1 with th f re-
flncur of Hi rluh hiind Hi bciins to
write in t'io dint of the fl mr, word
after word, lint thoy uro not to bo
divert-d or hindered. Tliey knpt on de
miinrlln r t'mt He settle this case f tran
trrrs lnn untl He looked up end t Id them
that thoy might themselves begin the
woman's aasHasinat'on, if the oomp'alnant
who had never done anything wronu hltn
self wnu'd op-n the fir a. 'Oo ahe.ul, but be
sure that the man who flings the first mis
sile la immaculate." Tlion He re uined
wrlilm with His linger in the dust of the
floor, word after word. Instead of looking
over His shouldor to see what Hi bnd writ
ten the acnun lrels skulked away. Finally,
the whole place Is ole tr of pursuers, an
taconist and plaintiffs, and when Christ
bas flnl hed this atrantre chiroirrnphy In the
dust, He looks up and finds the woman all
alone. The prisoner la the only one of the
ooiirt room left, the Jnlges. tbe polloe, the
pm-ecutlna- attorneys having c'e irod out
Chrlt Is victor, and He -ays to the woman:
"Where are the prosecutors In this easel
Are they a'l gone! Then I discharge you;
go and sin no niire."
What did Christ write! I have alway
wondered what Christ wrote on the ground.
Fordo yot realise that la the only tlma
that He ever wrote at allt I know that
Enslbtus aaysthat Christ, onoe wrote a let'er
to Abgarus. th" king of Edessa, but there Is
no (rood evldenoe of such a correspond
ence. The wisest being the wirid ever
saw and the one who had more to
iv than any one who ever lived,
never writln? a bonk, or a chanter, or
a page, or a imraTanh. or a word on parch-mr-nt.
Nothlnrhut this llterntiirenf the dust,
snd one sweep of a brush or one breath of a
wind obliterated that forever. ' Among all
the mils of the volumes of the first library
founded at Tbohes there was not oue ai-roll
of Christ Among the svnn hundred
thousand bonk of the Alexandrian library,
which by tbe Infamous decree of Caliph
Omar were used as 'sot to beat the f or
thousan d baths of the city, not one sen
tence had Christ pnned. Among all the
Infinitude rf volumes now standing in the
libraries of E llnburgh. the British fus"nm,
or Berlin, or Vienna or the learned renos'..
totiesofall nations not one word written
directly by the linger of Christ All that
He ever wrote He wrote in dust uncertain,
shifting vanishing dust
Mv text a' He stoopel down and wrote
on the ground. Btandlng strulj'it un a man
ml ht write on the ground with a stuff, hut
If with his fingers he would write In th"
dust, he must bend clear over. Aye, he
must get a least on one knee or he can no
write on the around. Re not S'irprlsod that
Hs stooped down. His whole lire was a
stoop'nT down. Btooplnr down from castle
to burn. Biooning rt'fen from celestial
tiomag to mohocratlo Jer. From ee-ldonco
above the stars to where a star had to fall
to deslirnste Hla landing p'ace. From
heaven's front door to the wort Vs back a: its.
Fmm writing In round snd silvered letters
of constellation and ga'axvnn the blue scroll
of h"aven, to writing on the er mn l In the
dust, which the feetnf tbe crowd bad left In
Herod' temple. If in Ja"uary you have
ever stepped out of a prince's conaer alory
that had Mexican cactus and msTnnllm In
full bloom. Into the outside air too be'ow
sen, you may get noma Id a of Christ's
ehange of atmosphere fron oe'e' Ul to tor
reatlal. How many hoavens there a -a I
know not but there are at leant three, for
Paul was "ctuiifht up Into the third
heaven," Christ cam down from highest
heaven to the seonnd heaven, and from
second heaven to first hauven, down swifter
than meteors ever fe'1, down amidst stellar
splendors that Himself eclipsed, down
through cloud, through atmospheres,
through appalling apace, down to where
there was no lower depth. Frora helnt
waited on at the banquet of the akin to the
broiling of fish for his own breukfast na the
bsnks of tbe lake. From emb wmn I
chariot of eternity to the saddle of a mu'e's
back. The homage chorublo, snraphlo,
archanvelio, to, the paying of slxiy-two
and a half cents of tax to (tesar. Fr m
the doathless country to a tomb bnl't
to hide human dissolution. The up-llf ed
wave of Galilee wua high, but He had to
come down, bofort, with His foot, He could
touch It, and the whirlwind that rose above
the billow was higher yet, but He bad to
come down before, with His lip. He oou'ld
kiss It Into quiet Bethlehem a stooping
down. Natareth a stooping; down. Deitth
between two burglara a stooping down,
Yes. It was Inoonsonance wlih humiliations
that bsd gone before and with aecf-abnega-
Mods that came afur, when on ttmt meinor
sb e day In Herod's tetnnle He stooped down
sod wrote on the gi'jund. Whether the
words He was writing were In Oruolt, or
Latin, or Lobrew, I ean not aav, for He
knew all thone laniuagea. But He la still
Stooping down and with HI floger writing
ea the around) in the winter In b ttersof
eryataU, In the spring In letters of flowers,
la summer In golden letter of harveal,
In .sutumn In loiters of Are on fall,
en leaves. How It would sweeten up
and enrlph and emblasou this world
oould we see Cbrim's ciligrapiiy
all over it This world was not flung out
Into space thousanda of years ugo and then
left to look out for Itself. It is ll 1 under
the divine cure. Chrlil never for a half
second tukea His bund off of It, or it would
soon be a shl-wrocked world, a defunct
world, an obsolete world, an abandoned
world, a dead world. "Lot there be li ;ht"
was said at tbe begiunlug. And Chrlat
stand under the wintry skies and sayai
Lot there be nowfl kes to enrich the e.u-th;
and under the oiuudu of spring anil says,
Come ye bio moms and make redolent the
orchards; and In - September, dips the
blanches Into the vat i f buuullful colon
and swiugs theiu in the busy air. "W.tlioui
Him was not any tmng made that waa
mode." Christ writing on the ground.
It e could aoe Hla hand In all the parsing
seusnns, how it wou.d Illumine tl.e world!
All voi'duce and folmce wo Id be alle;orlo,
and again we would bear Him any as uf oil.
"Consider the lilies of the Held, how they
grow;'1 and wo would not hear t ie whistle
of a quail, or tho cawing of a raveu, or the
rounduluy of a broiviitiirosher, without say
lu , "Behold the f.w.s or tne air. they
gather not luio barns, yut your Heavenly
F.i.her fned uh th;).u;" an I a ilouiiiilo hen
of the iiumyurd could nut cluck for her
brood, r el w o wo ild heur Christ! saving as of
0 d 'How ofton would 1 have g ilhur'd thy H
oiiildren to eihor. evon as a bun gathered
her chickens undur her wings ;" and through
the redolent ho l"es we would heur Christ
saylii'.', "1 a n the rusuof Bliurou;" wo could
not dip the Siiasonlng from tbe suit collar
without thinking of the divine suggestion
"Ye are the suit of the earth, but II the salt
have l.'t Its savor, It Is til for nothing but to
be c.ist out and trodden under font ol inon."
1-et ua wane up trout our stupidity and take
the ivlmle worl i as a parable. Then If with
gun and pack of hound, we start off before
duwn and see the morning o 'tningduwn off
the hills ti meet us we would cry out with
the evangelist ' The duy spring from on
high hath visited us;" orc.ufhtln a snow
turm. while slru gling homo eyebrows and
In '.i d mid up irel ull covcrud with Ibe
whirling Unites we would cry out with Da
vid, "Wash mo ami I shall be whiter than
snow." lu a picture gallery of Europe there
is nn the c-illng an oxu,uisiie fresco, but poo
p o having to look straight up; it wearlod and
Uit.ied them, ami bent their tioc'cs almost
b wind eudu"ui'0i so a groat looking glass
wus put nour the II sir and now vl lur only
uoud to look easily down Into thl mirror
uud tho see the f osco at the r feet And
o much of all the hoaieu of Hod's truth Is
lyflocUxl In this world aa in a mirror, and
the thlnva that are uhove are copied by
Ihlngi all around us. What right have we
to throw away one of God's Bible, ave, the
flrt Bible he ever gave the race I Wo talk
about the Old Testament and the New Testa
ment, but the oldeat Testament ouutalns the
lus ons of the natural w rid. Borne people
like the Now Testam tut so well they dis
card t e Old Tesisiueut Uttnll we like the
New Tenement and the Od Testament
to well aa to depreciate the oldest;
namely, that which waa written be
fore Mo'ea wus put afloat on the
bout of leiivee which was calked with
asphaltum;or rej wtthe (leoesls and the
Kevelalion that were written ounlurtea be
fore Adam lost a rib and gained a wlfet No,
no; when Deity stoops duwn and write on
the gro nd, let us road It 1 would hsve no
loss appreciation of the Bible on paper that
comes out of the pup -r mill, b it 1 would urge
appreciation of the Bible In the grass, the
B ble In the sand hill, tbe Bible In tbe
geranium, the Bible in the asphodel, tbu
Bible In the dnst. Borne one ssked an
ancient king whether he had seen the
eel pse of the sun. "No," said he, "1 hsve so
much to do on eart b, I have oo time to look
at Heaven." And If our faculties were all
awak in the study of Oud, we would, not
have time to go much further than tbe first
grass bla le. 1 have no fear that natural
religion will ever contradict what we call
mealed religion. I beva nosympathy with
the followers of Aristotle, who after tbi
telescope was Invented would not look
through It lost It contrail lot some of the
theoii'Sof their great master. I shall bj
glad to put against ono lid of the Blb.e the
nilcrocoie. and against the other lid of the
Bible tbe telescope.
But when Chriat stooped down and wrote
on the ground, what did he write! The
Pharisee did not atop to examine. Tbe
cowards, whipped of their own consciences
fl.xl pell tnell. Nothing will flay a man like
an aroUHOd conscience. Dr. Blevens, in his
"History of Methodism " says th .t when
Her. Benjamin Abbott of olden times
was preaching, be exolalmed: ''For aught
I know there may be a murderer In this
bouse " snd B man roe In tbe assemblage
and started for the door and bawled aloud,
confoa ing to a murder he had committed
fifteen years before. And do wonder these
Phsriaoes, reminded of their- sins took to
I heir heels. But what did Christ wr.te on
the ground! Tbe Bible does not state. Yet
ss Christ never wrote any thing exoept that
once, ynu can not blame us for wauling to
know what He really did write. But I am
certain Ha wrote nothing trivial, or nothing
unimportant And will you allow me to say
that I think I know what He wr de on tbe
giouudl I Judge from the circumstance.
He might have written other things but
kneeling there in the tempte. surrounded by
a pat of hypocrites, who were a self ain
inlnted constabulary, and havlcg In Hla
presence a persecuted woman, who evi
dently was re'-y penitent for ber slus. I am
sure Ha wrote two words, both of them
graphic and tremendous and roverb -rating.
And tbe ono word w Hypocrisy snd the
other word waa Fo.givenesa, From the way
these Pharisees and scribes Vrcated the
premises and got out into the fre.b air, as
Christ with just one Ironical sentenoe,
nnmiiakod thjm, I know thoy were flrst
clasa hypocrites. Il was than as U la now.
The m 're faults and Inconsistencies people
have of their ow n, tbe more severe snd oen
snrli'U are they about the faults of others.
Here they are twenty tut men arreatlng
and arraign ng one weak woman. Magnifi
cent bii-ineM to bee igaged In I They wanted
the fun of seeing her faint away under a
heavy Judicial sentence from Christ, and
then after ho had been taken outaids
the cltv and fuaieiied at the foot of a preci
pice, the Berth s and Pharisees wanted the
satisfaction of each coming and dropping a
big alone on ber head, for that waa the atyle
of capital punlihmenl th it they asked for.
Home (icop e have taken the responsibility
of saving halt hrlsl never la ghed. Butt
think a He saw hose men drop every thing,
oliHgriued, mortified exposed, and go out
quicker than when they came In, he must
have laughed. At any rale It maaas me
luugh to read of It All uf lhee libertines,
dramatising In llgnaUou sgalnst Imp inly.
Bliud but leuturiug un niilc. A flock of
erows oo their way up from a carcass de
nouncing carrion. Yes, I think that one
word wrilteu on the ground that day by the
linger of Chrlat was the swful word Hypoo-
risy. But I am sure there waa another word
In thai dust From ber entire manner 1 am
sure that arraigned woman waa repentant
Bhe made no apology, sad Chriat lu no wie
belittled her sin, Bui ber supplto itory be
havior and her tears moved Him.and when He
stooped down- to write on the ground He
wrote that mighty, that Imperial word For
givenes. Wben on Bloat God wrote tUe taw
He wrote It with linger of llghtulng on ta
ble of stone, each word cut aa by a chisel
Into the bard granite surface. But wben He
writes the offense of this woman Ho writes
it In dust so that It uau be easily rubbed out,
and when aha reiieuta of It, oh, He was a
merciful Chrlat I I waa reading of a legend
that Is told In the far east suuut Him. He
wus walking through the treetsot a oily
andHesawaurowdaroundadeaddog. A- J
one man said t ' What a loathsome object Is
that dog t" y Yes," said another "his ears
are tnuuled and bleeding." "Yes." said
unother, "eveu his hide would not be of any
use to the tanner." "Yes," said another,
the odor of his oaroas Is dreadful." Then
Chrlat. standing there, said: "Hut pearls
onn not equa tho whiten ss of his teeth."
Then the peop'e moved b ' the idea that any
oueould It d anv tnlng p.easanf, concern
ing a deal dog. said; ' Why, this must be
Jem -of N.nareth."
Keprov id and converted thoy went away.
Surely this legend of Christ la good enou h
to b true. Kindness in all 111 t words and
wa.s and bubit'. Forgiveness. Word of
elevon lott'i-K, and some of them thrones,
and some of th un palm branches. Better
have Christ uMuj clo-e to our names that
on iv u-d, though Uj write In dust than to
have our name out into uionumen ul granite
w th tho leitrrs thai the storms of a thou
sand year can not ob it rate. Bishop
B tuin .'ton had a book of only th ee leaves.
Tbe first leif was bluer, the sooond leaf
red. tho tli'rd leaf while. '1 h block leaf
suggeoed sin; tho red leaf atonement; the
white leaf puritlottlon. That is the whole
story, i o I will ubu.id.iot y pard n.
I must n il forgut to say thut a Christ,
stooping down, with His finger wrote oo the
ground. It is evident that His syrop ithlcs are
with this psuilout wo nun, and that He has
no sympathy with her hypocrit'ed ' ursuers.
Jiut i p.msite to that is the wo Id's habit
Wbyiil lu'lthi's ) mcletn 1'h.irl eos bring
oue of their own nu inner to Christ for ex
coriation and capital punishment I No. no;
tin y ovurluoK that In a man which they dam
node in "-n'nun. And -o the world bus hsl
for off' ndln . women mj mrge a'td objurga
tion, au mr Justoi i off uue she becomes an
cutcuu while for m m wh ise lives have been
sodomiu for twenty years, the world swings
open It doors of br lllautweloome, and tie y
may sit in l.cgislulures and Bo atea, anj
Parllain 'ntaur on throne. Unlike the Christ
of my text tho world write a uian'a misilo
me uror In du t but chisels a woman's offei s
with great oa Pali iiou luoff.iecubletitti b e.
For foreign lords and princes, wh ise names
can not be mentioned in r. spuclable cticlos
abroad, b 'cause tuoy are wul.dug lax iretti.s
of abomiiiatlon, our prluc ssos of fortune
wait and at th first buca sail out with them
Into the b ucanesa of durkneaa forever.
And in what are cullod ulgher clrclea of
i-ocl' ty th -re Is nuw not only the Imita
tion of fordgn clre.s and foreign man
ners, but an Imitation - of foreign dl
fOluteness. I like sn En tllshman and I
like an American but the sickest creature
i n this earth Is an American playing the
Englishman. 80, lot y need to be recon
structed on this suhj't Treat thorn alike,
matcuilne crime and feminine crime. If you
cut the one in granite, cut them both in
granite. If you write the one In dut write
tbe uther In dust No. no, say the world,
let woman go down snd let man go up.
What is that 1 hoar plashing Into the Kat
river at midnight a id men there Is a gurgle
as of strangululion, and all is still. Never
mind. It is only a woman too discouraged
to live. Let the mills of tbe cruel world
grind right on.
But while I apeak of Christ of the text,
Hi (looping down, writing In the dust do
not think 1 underrate the literature of the
dust It I the most solemn and tremeuduut
of all literature. Il la the greatest of ull
lllirar ee. Wben Layard exhumed Nine
veh be was only opening the door of
Its mighty dust Tbe excavation of
Pompeii have o ly been the unolaaplng of
the lids of a volume of a nation's duat
When Admiral Purragut and his friends, a
t w years ago, visited that reaurreoied city,
the bouse of Bulbo, who had beeo one of Its
chief citizens In its prosperous days, was
0ened snd a table was spread In that bouse,
which eighteen hundred year bad been
burled by volcanic eruption, and Faragut
and his guest i walked over the ix
qul lte mo ales and under the beauti
ful fresco, and It ilmost seemed like
being entertained by those who eighteen
ooiiturle ago hod turned to dust O, the
mighty literature of tbe duat I Where are
the remains of Bvunscbunbanil A una ana
Kpamltiondaa and Tamerlane and Irojua
and I'hlllp of Macedon and Julius Cassurl
Du-tl Whore are the heroes who fought 00
both sides of Chsarouea. at Hastings, at
Marathon, at Creasy, of the I10.UUU men
who f cught at Aginuourt of the 8 a),0u0 men
wImj faced deuth at Jena, ol the 40 ,uu
whose armor glitiered in the sun at War
rum, of tbe 1 0 at.iioo del) men under Darius
at Arbella, of he9 H3I UU) mon under Xerxes
at Thurmopye! Dusll
Where are the guests who danced ins
floois of tbe Alhuinbru, or the Persian
palaces of Aha ueru l Du.tl Where art
the musician who played and the orator
who spoke and tne seuipior who chiseled,
snd the architects wlio built In all the cen.
turl s exoept our own I Dusll
The groutest library of the world, that
which has tbe wid t shelves, and the
longest aisle, and the most uiullitudinouf
vol mo and tbe vastest we.. lib. Is Hie
uudergrouud library. It is the royal library,
luo ouuilueiilal library, tbe heml pher c
library, the planutury library. Hie library
of tue dust And all tb.se library
case will be opened and all tuoae scrol s
aurulled and all these Volumes unclasped.
and aa eo-ily aa in your library or mine we
tiikM un a oa. b.uw tbe dust off or Ik ana
turn overt a p iges, soeo. y will ibe Lord f
lue Hoauri-euuuu pica uuv ui m uurai j
of dust e.ery volume of human lilts, and
open itaud teod it aud display It And the
vuiuiue mill bo reuuunu, so be set In tue
royal library uf the King's palace, or In lue
p.is-'n library of the eit-ue.t roj ed. O, Ibis
1111 ki liieralure uf ttw 6 mil I It Is not so
wuhucriul alter all tual Chriat chose, lu
suuul uf an iuksUtnd Ibe Impressionable
aaud on the floor of an ancient leuitue. ami,
tualead uf a harvl peu, put forth hla fori
uugar with the same k.ud of uerte, and
uiuacle. aud bone, and tks 1 as thai which
uasea up ouruwu tureUnger. and wroto l..e
awlulduuiuof hypocrisy and fud and rout-
u,el turg.veiius lor lupeuiaui sinners,
sveu the wurst
H.iU now 1 uau believe thut which I road,
ii.,t tiiut a nmtiiHr kuol burning a candle m
lUe window every nl.nl fur ten years, and
una utxhl very lute a pour wait of thu street
ouloroJ. Tlieagad woman eid to her, "oil
uowu by Uie Hiv." -ud tue stranger Saul,
"Wny du you k.'P that light in the wlu
dnvfl"' Tne aged woniun said: "Tuat Is 10
ught my wayward daughter when abe re
ui us. uinve sue weni aay ton yeara ago,
my hair lias turned white. Folks biame ml
for worrying auoulUer, butyuu see 1 am
her mother, aud sometimes, hllf a dutua
limes a okht 1 open Hie door uud
ionic nut into the darkness aud o.y.
'Uziiel' L.iuial' bul 1 must uut
ti-.i von an. mora about my trouuie, fur.
1 gueaa. from the way yoa ery. you have
trouble enougtt of your own. Why, buw
cold and sick yuu sueuil O, my I can it bet
Yes, you are lassie my own m wuuu.
Thunk iiml that nu are koine again I" Aud
wusi a lime of rejoicing mere was In that
Douse mat nlgnil Ana i;uriM wnu" wiw
down. Mii lu Him as.. us of thai ueurtll, UuW
Ughied up not wore by the great bluxlug
logs man Dy lue joyoiareuiowsu mm""""!
vmiA ih .aiiia iilxirxtlng words that He bud
vtrillon more than elghioen hundred years
sgo lu the duat of tne Jerusalem temple.
Korgiveneasl A word broad enough and
hlgli enough to let paas through It all the
sruile ol Heaven, a ml.llon abreaat on
white bone, nostril to aoitrll, flank to
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