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1 1 THE WASHINGTON WA Y A SHINGTON SUI NGTON POST TUESDAY fUESDA fUES DA Y FEBRUARY 7 18 1 89 Hl
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A Question of o Sovereignty SovereigntyThe SovereIgntyThe
The ni qlJftrtk rtten > n J Is s n pow w one of toverdgnty erelgnty erelgntyTIM
Th TIM T ratWcatlen of o th the he treaty troat of Paris by byIH b btlte
IH tlte > S inte naie yttlerday dUnerse dbpeN1e8 alt the theIkreatenlnir HI HIutt
utt Ikreatenlnir reten1ng > nin and sliitatcr ctouds that had ba baINtvIoUilI
prevlotraly complicated and obscured tho thoyltoatien thoittien
yltoatien Thure rl re 1 II o b be no Ii r > more phi phiJ philMer1
J mirlnff lMer1 with AgulnaWo I 1do no more faint faintHmrted talntMtirted
hearted Mlrtation on th tMe brink rhik of a smol smoldering smoldertac ¬
dering ddn volcano We have done with withhumanitarian rIth Ith Ithbur
humanitarian bur nUarlan armte Jt and w1 < l benevolent nevo1ent cam campaten eampel
paten pel < If The treaty treat s gee e8 es into effect The TheUnite TheCJtIlC4
Unite State tate is I Itt pe p IIIHftktn < wk n and nd hence henceforth hencetHtk ¬
forth it shall hall be our duty to assert a rt and to tomaintain tontaln
maintain ntaln that poneewion 1IO OR against alnflt the theworld theworld theworld
world Th r rult ult of yesterdays vote did didnot didDOt
not ot swrprta su MrN iae us u tE On the contrary we wevd we1eI
evkt vd 1eI har han sae bwn n amazed zed and ahamed had hadthe Mdtbe
the result bn otherwise other1 Superficially SuperficfaliycontWkffil Superficiallycon SuperficIallyconsWreii
contWkffil con 1td th the contest was a C cl clese < MI one oneIt oneIt oneIt
It Is our profound conviction however howeverthat howevtrthat howeverthat
that every vole voice in the Senate would have havebeen haveblien
been raised for ratification had such a ademonstration scemo
cemo demonstration 1itrttlon been necessary to the end endWe endWe
We shall have time tlm enough to consider considerthe constderIhe
the matter ot disposing of o our new acqui acquisUIOHK cqul cqulIIItORl
sUIOHK They came to us as a constquance consequo ice
of t war W We have destroyed thj th govern governirt overn overnIWnt I
irt IWnt nt pre prevIously onsly existing there therea a govern JocrnnMnt
m nMnt nt reeoffafz reeotrDtud d by the th civillaed nations nationsoC attoflS
S of the earth earthaBd and v W ar are bound in honor honorto
to establish and to perpetuate in its place place1O
a s 1O government vemraent Mlment at atJeaet t tlcUt leant as stable stabl and as all9tt1l
enlfchtened 9tt1l htMtl Meantime we cannot escape eecapeUle
the obligations we have assumed We Wemust
must mt t up in the Philippines a regime of oflaw atlaw
law and order and implant Institutions Institutionsunder Institutionsunder
under which liberty and organized society societrthe
the protection of life and m property prope rty < and the themaintenance themaJntonanc8
maintenance of peace will be b secured securedrhat
That much we owe to ourselves to his history hilitOI
tory 017 and to Christendom We may do dowhat
what we please with the islands later on
If they prove pro nt as many wis wise men have haveprophesied haveprophefed
prophesied a a burden bur en and an incubus we wecan wecan
I can dispose e of them in such manner as ascommends aaeommtuds
commends Itself to our conscience conselenc and our ourjud ourjudgmeat
Judgment jud ment That Is for Congress to decide decideIn
In the light of developments and expert experience
enee But the Philippines are ours to todt
day dt and wo W have to choose between betweenhonor
honor and disgrace dl grace in the policy pollc we adopt adoptconcerning
concerning them UlemAs themAs
As for Aguinaldo and his
coconspira coconspirators coconsplrators coconspirators
tors we shall shiIlbe be wise to treat them themwith with wlthout
out mercy merc So long as they are permitted permittcto I
to keep up the comedy of an Independent Inlleptmdentorganization
organization organizationso so long lon wo shall be a i laughing laughingstock aughin
stock and tho bedfellow of disaster With L I Ithe
the kindest of motives we have paltered palteredwith L
with them for too long They are treach treacherous
erous arrogant stupid and vindictive vindictiveImpervious vindictiveImpervIous vindictiveImpervious
Impervious to gratitude Incapable of o roc recognizing
ognizing obligations Consideration is isconstrued Isconstrued h t i
construed by them as fear Politeness s si 3 i
i and amiability amlllbmt appeal to their contempt contemptCenturies contemptCenturlts
Centuries of barbarism and subjection subjectionhave subjectionhave I i
have made them merely cunning and dis dishonest dishonest dishonest
honest We Wecannot e cannot safely safe treat them as asour asour a S
our equals for tho simple and sufficient sufficientreason sufficientlNion t t
reason that they the could not understand it itThey Itlhe
S They lhe do not know the moaning moonin of Justice Justiceand justicenud C
and good faith They The do not know the thedifference thedlfterence th e edifference j
difference between liberty IIlJert and license licenseThey HeenseThe
They The have no place in our scheme of ofgovernment o oi r
i L government oe nment and will m not and cannot cannotImvo cannothltvo canno t
Imvo until generations of freedom and andprotection lndIJrotection am ii I
protection shall have shed light upon upontheir uponth upo U i
their th lr minds mindsWe mlndsWe
We must look to our sovereignty soerelgnty In the thePhilippines thet th C s
t Philippines now We 0 must dismiss all allthought nilthought a ti tithought 1
thought of optimistic propagandas awake awakefrom awakerom C e
from rom visions I lons of Utopia These Thes Filipinos Filipinosmust FUlplnosmust S s
must be taught obedience and be forced forcedto forcedto force d 1
to observe even if they cannot compre comprehend compre11lJIII compreliend I ¬
hend the practices of civilization clIfzn tlon And Andto Andto An d 1
to that end every ever resource at our dIg disposal dIgposal ¬
4 posal every ever energy energ we can command commandshould commandshould commarn I
should be employed emplo ed without thought or orhesitation orh c ir r
hesitation hesitationA h sltatlon sltatlonDistressed
A Distressed English Contemporary ContemporaryTli
Tli Tie London Spectator appears to believe believethat belieethat beiiev e B
that th the silver issue In the United States StatesI Stntesto S s
I to Ibid an 1 able auxiliary if not an ef eficctlve tfItctlve
icctlve substitute mb tit > te in in the trust tru t issue Il sul It ItKraveiy Itr I I Iraviy t
Kraveiy r ly asserts U8 rt8 that monopoly monopolynew now bids bidsfair bldif bid s
fair f lr to embrace nearly nearl tho whole who of f Amer American AlIerlet uei ueilean ¬
lean let industry in its grasp and that the thetrusts thetTUitl th e
trusts have obtained absolute mastery mRster of ofthe otI c It f
the I e industrial and political situation It ItKiv ItJC1Vts I t Cgives
Kiv gives s the name flM1fl Liberal to the party partyopposed partyopt part y yopsed
opposed opt > o to trusts and hnd nd it makes mal es these sad sadly midly sa I Ily ¬
ly solemn predictions lre lct < Us as to our future futureOf futureOt
Of course COUrg if the movement mJ ment ropro roproa rOproMnt ropusenied
Mnt a senied nted by Mr Ir Bryan Is serious and we w
think it Is aQ o > far us a a deep feeling te6l1n of
hostility hotitlItt to trusts Is concerned w Wt ahull ahulls slllll1Ht slut It Itsee ll
s Ht tt an antitrust party p rt in the field et and an nd
110 t1 United nUt t1 > States committed to a sreut sreutenntflict gre grecmrnct rewt rewtCJftClct
enntflict of H new nt character haract r a conflict not its t
Itolitical but 2 ccial < eial a unlldeUuM oUdt > IIft > d con C l I Irenlation ¬ I
frontation of social claw classes to UM Itosch Itoschjrs no Itoscirs h I
jrs rs historic phrase There will be the t j I I
mUltonaireft on th the one tilde with tnoe tnoewhoe tho ewhose e I Iwltotw
whose Interests hUt > ftShl nrc r hound up UI with the t I IIntet6fits
Interests of the th millionaire mill lona I rt and OR the theother t
other klde tk1 Id tn tlte great reat masses masse of citizens citizenswho clUZfflICwho citizet Ill Illwho n I
who ft tU1 ci that the
republic is in danger dan dit yr r
nt drifting 4r1ttln into Mil oligarchy We con 1
fuM t we do not ik 1 no o dark a prospect lr lpCt
nut but U is I idle to disguise dl I from ourselves ou les s
that things thin are tending that way wayTn wa waThe wayThe
Tn The movement represented repr nted by Mr MrHryan froUrAn t r
Hryan Iv a movement for free unlim unlimited URUmteed I IIit ¬
ited teed and Independent
coinage at the
ra rat4 raot ii I IU
t4 9t M 1 to 1 All oth oUIer r principles and andpoiictcs altdIn as Id Iddcs d
poiictcs dcs in Mr Bryans llryan J political scheme schemeor schen to toor o
or proframm are secondary and auxil auxiliary auxll1alT I Itary I ¬
iary to that Opposition Oppo ts t trusts tMNI or to i 10exjiiaion o i iexpansion IecpaJlailn
expansion Is intended to gtrenctlMlt tr nfth h a afr se sefreeeinage j It
fr t freeeinage otna hae e crusade 11 lie and tno t those < i fitatw iitat iitat6ft I Istun > j jmen
men 6ft and politicians who are ooot coepeyaUs > rattac rattacwtth l lwith f
with him have lta no intantton eooperau1 of t wither witherabandaalnr titherabaRdft eIth < er eraiandasIng r
abandaalnr abaRdft 16 to 1 or givIng It any y otnr otnrthan oth et etthait T i
than t ftntt plact Iact in th their lr cre creed 1 d and their theirUlan theirlWeI the Ic Icjejais ir I
Ulan of campaign And It may m b bit said of orUt atthis if i ithte
this Ut issue that so Si loaf as It has any an ptae ptaem plaee p3s 5 5hi
m hi tH u the Democratic Uc platform it to i bound to toto toat tob o I
b to at tN the front too greatly serious rt US to ad admit adMIlt si I INt I ¬
MIlt Nt ot mceoaaful rivalry rlYaJr Jvet as in im imIt 1 1It 11 N Nit
It dowlMtt doMINte4 d lb sltuatiot driving th thUrnY the thetarW I Itr
UrnY tr out of f sight so offocUuUly tua1ly that the thefrtwtrado thettrM ti ye yefrtrsd
frtwtrado organs and l Ifaders d n ralliod ran u utbo 0 0tile o >
t tile lb rapport of the party JNlrt of protoetlon protoetlonMl ret retM Ni Niaad n
aad Ml U M o autbor of tko
o1 UeKliii ieK1aIy r tariff tariffIn riffIt I II
In I 1 te It will Ut talc take pr prdeaee oed iie of tnwUs trww of ofmrtC Ofud ofpw X
mrtC ajMt of all UOags tJda < tlso if an now nowMKHH newuo pw pwaimout NT
MKHH steKMH abMteteir tdI o oer csrain rt iMf I it is isnMHM Isrw iszertod s
nMHM zertod rtvd rt d by tM tM > Domocracy DomocracyIt I MIOeraIt
It teke t1 two turtl lUUet a to g get t up any CUt ef fCt rs at it
astovnt I azn aznpa osnt of eacdteatent Aa aatHn aaUtrvet aaUtrvetpartT t tparty
party pa patry rty woW WId lea kav nav a dolt aft t dpN w In tate cotta country fOUlttl cottafor ¬
try for the reason t tt t there Ua to no party partythat rtJ rtJtbat
that th at fawrs trvsto ttvst VTM 1ilIs n ftUter H er n Repu RepuJkue p b bttfluw
thhe
ttfluw he D Democrats Mr Pooattou p abject or orprtinsa orJ8
prtinsa SMS to o J8 l 2tartttte Urf rttUe re wltk iUl eomWnaiJow eomWnaiJowOCauf ee tWnatIoMcf
OCauf cf atI IIlth tat manage te make Ic IB u pro promotion prwen ¬
motion m tIa Of the iat iutototta r K8 of tb tile people ple co coittcMe co cohacWnt
hacWnt hs ittcMe cict t with their own adrantage ntaCo th thBMMHM the tlteet thees
BMMHM ma es of all parties p rUlIII ar are Intensely hawel hostile hostileto hoItIlete
to oomMaatioM toM that undertake u d take by 1 r re restricting r r8tlldhlg ¬
stricting Mr IetM trade and strati Hlattlag sbett1a off o conpcti conpctitloM eepetlu
tloM u tI to enhance the cost e t of commodiUoa commodiUoaand eHlrMdlUIJnM
and sa d thee enrich themcclvee br deopoWng deopoWngtho dMpoItI g gu
tho U people Net only ic such uoe ee of copt coplMl copttat cep4l
Ml te l unpopMiar bat H i Sa uniawfvL wtL Tho Thoromody ThortDM4I
rtDM4I r romody ad Is not to be round in political politicalcampaigns tOHUealcluJtpQltM
campaigns ot mptigIw bat in the tk courts courtsTho coarUTIM
TIM London Spectator doubUeos doubtJ mea mlt1a mlt1aw 5 5woH
W woH we ll bat it MI hi talking rank noneetH ouneene when whenit whenIt
it refers to the great mae of citizens citizenswho cutzenswlM
w who ho lost that th the republic public Is drifting drinla into intoan tntoan
a an oligarchy oUar hJ We have seen trust after aftertrust attertzUst
trust IXi t drift into bankruptcy and expect expectto exp t tto
to see many man more go the tJt same sam way wayBat ar arIhIt
Bat lis t traot that combine large amounts of ofcapital DCQpttalln
capital Qpttalln ea pftal in order to secure greater economy economyin economyIn
in production trusts that reduce redu e the cost costof costor
of commodities to the consuming manes maneswhile m masseshile Nes Neswhile
while w hile violating neither the common eommonnor law lawnor
nor no r statutes tahlt in the matter of restraining restrainingcompetition rostntlnln rostntlnlncompetition
competition co trusts tru ts like that Baltimore Baltimoresyndicate Baltimoreyndleate
syndicate sy sypu ndicate for or instance that has recently recentlypurchased r cntJ I
j purchased pu rchased th thdstreet < fstr treet et railroads and light lightIn JlthtJn
J In g plants at Charleston Charltstonthese these combina combinations ¬ i iUons
t tions tio ns will not make enemies of the people peopleTho I
Tho American people have full confi confidence con ¬ I Idenee
dence de nee in their ability abllft to keep the republic republicfrom repubUc1 repubUc1from
from fr frm om drifting drlrtln Into an oligarchy A Amultimillionaire Amultimillionaire
multimillionaire m has no more voting votingpower oUng oUngwer
1 power po wer and often has leas ese political influ influence ¬
ence on < nte ce than the man who shoes his horses horsesIf I IIe
If the Spectator were more familiar with withour withI withour I
o our ou r politics it might cheer itself Itscl up a lit little JIttie ¬
tie by recalling the fact that the outcry outcryagainst outcragainst
against ag ainst trusts reached lt t maximum force forceand torcean
and an < d velocity eloclt about fifteen years ears ago agoSince agoSince
Since Si nce then many trusts have come and andmany andmany andany
many m any have gone and the people have havelearned havelearned
learned le arned that the advent of a new ne one is isnot Isnot
not no t necessarily nec < ssarlly a calamity ca1amlt In fact they theyhave theyha
have ha ve not forgotten that they have a sys system 5StfOm sysni ¬
tem to ni of
government which furnishes a aremedy aremed
remedy remed re medy for the evils resulting resultIn from frommonopolies frommonopollls
monopolies m And long before the prophe prophesied propheIed propheed ¬
sied 4 Ied ed drift into on oligarchy begin be inl all allunlawful nIlunlawful
unlawful un lawful combinations
of capital will see seetills I
tills th is lesson lessonpracticafly e son practically practlcall applied appliedThe appUedThe appliedThe
The Churches on War Issues IssuesOna IssuesOna
Ona of the mot nto remarkable incidents IncidentsIn incidentsour
in our latest latestand and we all hope our last lastwar 1astwar lastar
war w ar was the intense Interest manifested manifestedin
in it by the th churches t and other religious religiousbodies religiousbatHes
bodies bo dies It was the religious element quite quiteas quiteas quitemuch
a as much as any other which created that thatpublic thatubUO thatblI0
public IU ubUO blI0 sentiment that rendered the avoid avoidance avoidance ¬
a ance an ce of war impossible And this element elementIn elementits
1 In its organized form stood by b the gov government gO gOernment gonment ¬
ernment er e nment while It was conquering conQuerin an early earlyand earlyand earI
a and an d honorable peace In the War ar of the theRevofution theReotution tlicevofutlon
J Revofution R as in that of 1S12 and the Mex Mexican lex lexIcan ¬
Jl ican le an War Yar the American pulpit was divid divided dlHcd dlvi ¬
c ed Of course it had to be divided lId d in our ourgreat ourgrCtlt outeat
great gr eat domestic upheaval of 1SS1C5 But Butin Butill
in the war of 98 there was practical una unanimity unanimity ¬
r nimity ni mity in the support of the government governmentby governmenlall oernmentby
by all the religious bodies The solid vote voteof voteor
c of both houses of Congress on the first flrstwar firstwar
war w ar measure typified the solidity of the thepeople thepeople thsople
r people pe ople And the pulpit kept pace pac with withthe withthe
t the th e press In maintaining the strong and andwholesome andwholesome ant I
wholesome w sentiment that sustained the thegovernment thegovernmen
government governmentBut go vernment t tBut
But the end of the war lr did not termi terminate terminate termiate ¬
i nate n ate the th Interest of the churches
They Theyare Theyare r re
a are ar e as mindful of the results of the con conflict con11fet ¬
f flict fli ct as they were of the incidents attend attending attendIn ¬
I ing In g Its inception and prosecution And Andthey AUtIthe Aedey I
t they the th ey are almost as nearly mr united now as asthey asthe m I Iey
t they the th thfi ey were then If this country should shouldfinally should11l1a11 hoult I
i finally 11l1a11 fi nally decide that it Is bound In honor to totake totalce tI t ttalce
talce up the white mans burden in the thefar thefar tb S
i far fa r East East that decision will be very large largely largely ¬
1 ly due to the pulpit and the religious religiouspress reUglouspre S
i press pre p ress > s or rather to their fidelity In rep representing representing repsenting ¬
i resenting re senting the convictions of the religious religiousmasses religiousmasses S
i masses m asses behind them the religious reU ious bodies bodiesfor bodiestor bodle bodler
1 for fo r which they stand in whose name they theyspeak theyspeak the
s speak speakAs s speakAs peak
As an Illustration of this phase of the thesituation thesituation tb a atuation
J situation si tuation take Zions Herald the leading leadin eadingorgan
organ o < rgan of Methodism in New England Englandwhere
1 where w here antiexpansion has its stronghold strongholdWe I
We W 0 do o not like the term Imperial or orlmperlaUstfc o r rimperialistic
imperialistic for we think it cannot cannotproperly cannotproperly canno t t
properly p be applied to any an policy advocat advocated
ed e d by b any an portion of the American people peopleBut peopleut
But B ut our Methodist contemporary simply simplymeans simplymeans simpl
means m eans expansion It declares as we find findIt findIt fin fint ii
It I t quoted in the Providence Journal JournalS that thatthe tim t tI
the Methodist body bod is strongly Imperial iinperiaiistlc Imperialistic I
istlc i in ppinion and preference It says sasthat say S
that t hat the Secretary Secretar of the AntiImperial AntiImperialt I
1st i st League J ague after weeks of effort could couldnot coui I ILt
not n ot secure the name of a single prominent prominentmember promineaember Lt
member m ember of that body bod for his petition to toCongress toCongress t 0 0ongress
Congress C ongress and that the prophets of evil evildo ev ii
do d o not affect our people peopleCertaInly
Certainly there is some significance in Insuch I Iuch n
such s uch an utterance by a paper that repre reproents I
sents s ents the largest Protestant denomination denominationin denominatlon In n
in i n the United States And the fact that thatZlons thatZions Ut it itions
Zlons Z ions Herald is published In Boston the theCocusof th eIs e
focus Cocusof f ocus of all the antiexpansion rays adds addsto addsto add Is s
to t o that significance The Herald asserts assertsthat assertsthlt asserlhat g
that t hat our people are becoming weary wear and andImpatient an d dmpatient
impatient i with the jeremiads of a very verysmall ver versman y ymall
small s st mall part of the American people and the thetalk thetaH tt e eall
talk t all against the ratification of the treaty treatybecause treatybecause treat I Iecause
because b ecause unquestionably such action en encourates er 1
courages c Aguinaldos pretensions and an mdrenders d J
renders r a conciliatory and early solution solutionof li ti
of o f the problem much more difficult difficultLeaving difficultLeaving
Leaving the matter of o the future gov SO SOernment gornment
ernment e of the Philippines and our ourrelations ourrelations ot lr lrb r
er
relations r to them out of the ques question b
tion t ion there Is no doubt that the sooner soone r
I Ithe
the t he treaty 4eaty Is ratified the better > r It it will wIUbe v1 11 11be
be for all concerned Ratification will willplace VIIi VIIipuce vi II I
place all subordinate questions In the thehands thehands ti ie e
hands of Congress And there thqre is no doubt doubtthat doubttha doul 1
that t hat the pulpit and the religious Uslous press presswill presswill pret Cs Cswill s
will have an unusual and great Influence Influencein e en
in i n determining the action of Congress to toward b 5 ¬
ward those islands and their Inhabitants InhabitantsWhatever Inhab1tantsWhatecr S SWhatever
Whatever may ml be said ald against the inter int inte r rerence I Iferance
ference erence of the pulpit in politics it cannot cannotbe canDothe cann St Stbe
be denied that this great and new ne issue Issuerises last IC ICrises
rises far above the level of merely merel parti l1artlsan part 1
1rn
san disputes and presents ground groundwhich on onwhich onwhich rn
which religionists may ma stand and contend contendwithout contar td tdfthout
without fthout sacrifice of Christian proprieties proprietiesTry proprIetiesTry 5 5Try
Try the Experiment at Once OnceWe OnceWe
We Insist hwl t that there nel and should be beno beno l e eno
no dotay in Inaugurating the experiment experimentt experlmntCuban it itZ t
t Z Cuban independence There Th re were never neverbut neverbut nov er erbut r
but two way ways of settling eUlfn the question questionand que3tlonaft questioand
and we seem m to have definitely d ftnfteb disposed disposedd dILpO5y dILpO5yat
of tho alternative Despite the reveL reeIattOR5 I Itions
tlons of the war wfirlfwelaUons revelations which aatis satlshd a afled
fled ninetynine hundredth of our people peoplewh prop le leWhO e
who wont t to Santiago SanU8godaspite despite the th innum Innumrable a aFSbIO
eraMe rable and overwhelming oerholmln proofs ro8r of the theWOftklQlleftotJ ii le leworthlessness e
worthlessness of the thi insurgents Insursentsj we have M Mdrifted hadrifted
drifted back b ck into the old mauJlIn senti tenti111ootall1 sent Li LiitiotaIity
mentality 111ootall1 bred of falsehood fa1s hood and nursed nursedby nttrs md mdI d
by innocent credulity until today it ia Iiidltncult I i C Cditilettit
difficult to Ibid a a human being who does doesnot do as asnot 53
not accept or detect an indication of pol policy polley pe ti tiIe I
icy Ie which does not suggest the surrender eurretWerot gurread r rof
of the island to Gomez Menocal tnocal Valiente ValienteI Valien te teCo I
I Co as the only possible solution of the theproWara the8m LI tie tieproblem
problem proWaraSuch 8m 8mSUds a aic4t
Such ic4t being the case cue why postpone JO tpoM the theinevitable theIlMWttable S he heIotitbIe
inevitable which we have b e contrived trtvM our OUINh7 o IC ICsekee
solves Wy Yhy It maintain Inenln this ktdferotts com corned eat ra raid i
edy ed of ptkuftr 14Aw and consohation con Why Whynot Wilynot WI hy hynot y
not launch tho th xportaent at once Ev Eyerr 11 Y Yor
err or more mot we have made TM mad thus far Itas ItasHeft h MAS AS ASbean I
Wen in the direction of a z general geMnL1fIl7 dettv deli iv ivety
ory to th tho faattrgeRis MIrlefl Xo N notice has has been beenUhon baenk be en entokese
Uhon k of tho great propertyholding moae mCllJies mat to toee
es of the imputation Gomez an illiterate hitters Lie te
alien ali en n a professional disturber A life lifelone 11Ce1 lifeg
I
lone lon g mercenary m renary is a more mor Important p lkr lkrlIOn Pra r rson
son a Jn in oar philosophy than Fernandez de deCfeotro deOWttro doatro
Cfeotro ch atro or Leopcldo LMp ldo S SIa ta who are native nat1eC1Ibane I ICvbaae
Cvbaae Cu bans representing Intelligence and cul culture culture ¬
ture lu re and enlightened patriotism patrI < Usm Rabi Rabia nabia
a mere bushwhacker during the socalled socalledv socalledJ1IIlr
v J1IIlr r z of the Insurrection n who throve thrtl oa oathe 011the 05e
the th e tribute ibute of sugar U 1lf ar planters willing t tpay tpaT
pay PU PUtlo T for exemption from rapine and spolia spoliation 1Ip ll3 ll3tlonRaW ¬
tlonRaW tlo tion nTtbL Raw has rrero oro weight h If in our coon coancitx co n neDs
citx ail s than good 000 old Yuclan of San Miguel Miguelstrtat UIelstrtt
strtat st rt who wO operate a great plantation v1 ntaUo fa faPlnar 1ftPlnar
Plnar Pi naz del Rio IRl and a cigar factory la Ha Havana Haaha ¬
aha ra ita and employs SCO laborers There is isand IIanet
and aii 4 can be no mistake as to the tendency tendencyof
of things in Cube and what we Instat Instatupon
upon up on is that the t he inevitable IleJtable end shouklbe 8houlllbe shoukl
11IJIOn be anticipated These insurgent leader leadertogether I 1dertoether
together to gether with their followers and road raadclviltzed MIIdjutors
I jutors ju tms ar are a8 capable of condueU conducting a
I I clviltzed cI vilIzed government now as they the will be besi be8U
si 8U or twelve months hence Why main maintain maintain ¬
tain La in this comedy of inquiry and delibera deliberation deUberatlon ¬
tion Lio n loaning loanln money which will never be berepaid beIepaJd
repaid re paid by the borrowers and beneficiaries beneficiariesami benetlclarloeand
and an d feeding t edln a rapacity that Golconda can cannot canROt cant ¬
not no t quench quenchThere quenchThere quenchsThere
There Is nothing to be gained but much muchto mucho
to o be lost by any further continuance of oftheexistingaituntion oftheexisUngsitunUon
theexistingaituntion th e Gomez Gomez tempted from fromthe fromthe
the th e jungle jun le in which he has hidden himself himselfso
so long will be the same old Gomez when whenthe whent1l6
the th e 58000000 OOOO shall have been partitioned partitionedCastillo partlUonedCastillo
Castillo Ca stflio Menocal enocal Rodriguez and all the therest theretlt
rest re st of them will m simply take on new newincolenco neWIncolence
incolenco in solence and pretension as the result of ofour ofour
our ou r benevolent and sentimental fumbling fumblingWhy tumbiln tumbilnWh fumbilnghy
Why Wh W hy not call in this farce which has al already alreath ¬
ready re ady become dull and usher In the thetragedy thetragedy
tragedy tr agedy which treads upon its heels heelsSooner heelsSoner
Sooner So oner or later we shall have to step ste In Inand Inmd
and an d organize a lasting civilization in the theisland theI
island Isl and It seems to us that we had bet better better ¬
I ter te r precipitate the experiment hasten the theinevitable theInevtabe theevitable
inevitable in conclusion and an so save money moneycredit moneycredit
credit credit cr edit and renown renownGen renownGen renownGen
Gen Miles U1es may be honored honoredby by an Invi Invitation InItntIon InvItlon ¬
tation ta tlon to deliver the principal address at attho attho
tho th e annual meeting of the National NatIona Em Embalmers Embalmers Emimers
balmers ba imers Association AssociationThere AssociationThere
There Is a a dssided d lded Ircpresslon to the th ef effect effect efet ¬
fect fe et that young oung Mr rr Aguinaldo will soon soonretire soonreUr9
retire re tire from from the George Washington nshlngtonrole nshlngtonroleHon role roleHon rolelion
Hon Cushman K Davis shows excel excellent excelI excelnt ¬
lent le nt Judgment In selecting the time for fortaking flrtaki
I
taking taki ta king g the vote vot en an important measure measureThere measureThere
There is nothing nothln to prevent l > revent Mr Ir Hoar Hoarsitting Hoar3fttlng
sitting si siita tting on the fence and throwing orator oratorj oratorleal
j leal ita il stones at Manifest Destiny DestinyPerhaps DestinyPerhaps
Perhaps Hon Thomas B Reed is not notguilty notuUty notilty
guilty gu uUty ilty of all the alleged epigrams at atI attrihuted
I tributed tr ibuted to him himSenator himSenator
Senator Stewart arrived just In time to tocast tocast
cast a a vote which will rill cause quite a num number number ¬
ber bam ba r of people to forgive his elongated re remarks remarks ¬
marks m arks on the financial question questionMr questionMr
Mr Ir Quay has never intimated that he hewas hewas
was w as being pursued by the office officeHon omceHon officeHon
Hon Stewart L Woodfords inside in information Information ¬
formation fo rmation concerning the war requires requiresconsiderable requiresconsi
considerable consi co erable revision revisionThere revIsionTh
There Th re is a fortune awaiting the man manwho
who w ho can invent an imitation of the rust rustling
ling li ng of a silk skirt skirtA skirtA
A Chicago Justice has fined a man manfor S25 2
for fo r being a liar A smart tax on liars liarswould
would w ould produce a handsome revenue revenueWe
We are highly highi impressed Im > ressed with 1th some of ofthe ofthe
the th e editorial matter whtch appears in the thecolumns thecolumns
columns co lumns of o the Toledo Toed Commercial The Thefact Thect
fact ta ct that much of it makes Its debut In Inthe Inthe
the th tho e columns of r this paper has not warped warpedour
our o ur judgment in the least leastThis leastThis
This Is the time to pity ity the young man manwho
who w ho has a girl with a sleighriding in InclinatIon
clinatlon cl ination when he possesses but a street stree streecar
car c ar riding income IncomeThe
The chances chane s are that Agoncillo Is a cat catthat catthat
that t hat will not come back backIt backIt
It appears from Gen Shafters reaa ma1lzlna
zine si ne article that thathe he made the mistake of ofnot ol
not n ot following the th advice of Richard Hard lIardlng
Ing in g Davis DllvIAs DavLAs
As a a disappearing diplomat Agoncillo is isa Isa Is Isgreat
a great success successFrom successFrom
From mere force of habit the Madrid adrid adridnewspapers I
newspapers n misrepresent the result of ofSaturdays 01 01aturdays
Saturdays S proceedings at Manila IanflaPerhaps
Perhaps one of the Greatest innova innovatlons Jnnovations
tlons ti ons in politics was the eloquent tribute tributeHon tributeBon
Hon H on Bob Taylor paid to his own hind hindsight hindsight
sight sightn s ight
Tt is not believed that Mr Cleveland will willbe wfllbe wit I
be b e thoughtful enough to send a telegram tel teieran ram ramof I
of o f thanks to his old friend Mr rr Gorman
It Is not out of place to remark that thattha tha L I
the t he way to ratify is to ratify ratf1The
The prospect for ratification improved improvedthe Improvedthe S
the t he very moment Mr Pulitzer demon demonstrated demonstrated
strated a that such a thing was out of the thequestion tlii
question questionXov q uestion
Now Mr Ir Quay will have lave more time to todeote it
itt
devote d evote to that little job jo of ratification at atHarrIsburg a t
Harrisburg HarrIsburgIr
Mr Ir Carnegie and his fellowsigners can cannow cannow cm 1
now n ow proceed pro eed to t > turn that petition into an at mIndignant I
indignant i protest protestAguinnldo IJrolestAgulnnldo
Aguinnldo started upon his political politicalcareer poUtIc1career politiesareer
career c areer as a boy Mayor Ia or with an epigram epigrammatic epigrammatic epigrammaCic ¬
matic flourish tlourishPossibly
Possibly the Weather Bureau will be 10able L o
able a ble to put put61 a stop to the snowstorms by bysimply b
simply s predicting a few fewWe tewWe
We have a very good notion of what whatwill whatwIll wha t
will happen to Aguinaldo If he falls into intothe mt 0
the hands of George Dewey DeweyBy Deweyy
By y running away Agoncillo doesnt d snt give givea giv giva a j j
a healthy h athj color to the th notion that the th hc hcfighting 0 0ghting
fighting fi on Saturday was as inaugurated by b bth bI y yhe
the th t he Americans and was a great surprise surpriseto e eo
to t o him himAn himAn
An Ohio politician has Issued a type tr trwritten typeritten
written ritten interview in which he says he bedoesnt ii e s
doesnt d oesnt believe in a man forcing foreln himself himselfon himselfOn himseln If f
on o n the public Of course the man is isruncllI i S s
running runcllI r for office officeGo
Gov Go Bradley declares that he will not notbe notbe nc t
be b e a candidate for reelection This will wi 111 111be j
be b e a great disappointment dlsa pointment to a number of orpeople c If f
people p who expected to get a crack at ntblm a t
blm through throu h the ballot box boxIt boxIt
It may occur to somebody that Mr 1r KIp KIplings KlpIIngs Ki Kibigs I
lings I last poem would look well In the theCongressional thelonb1esslonal to e
Congressional Record RecordNew RecordXe
New Xe Yorks open op < n season for the stree streetcar streeear
ear hog ho Is now at its height heightGov heightGO
Gov GO Roosevelts notion that tho ques question ques1Ion ¬
tion L ion of sax s x should not interfere with the thepunishment th thpunishment e
punishment of criminals ought to make makehim makhim malt malthim e
him very solid with tho new woman j jGen I IGen
Gen Miles lIIes has been called the con conqueror conquoror 1 ¬
quoror of Porto Rico This is a a remark remarkable remarxabte remar I ¬
abte daub of glory gloryTom gloryTom
Tom Johnson is Just the man to capital capitalr capitaIze
Ize ze the single ingie tax business businessUUraembered businessUltmonabered
UUraembered UUraemberedFrera UltmonaberedPNm
Frera tie t St st Paul Floater Plcl tu Pms PrejjWhere PmsWhere
Where thou diest I will 111 die and there therewill therewm that e
will I b be buried says Mr 1r Bryan to 1C ii to i 10
ii
1 If Bryan should be taken at his word wordhis wordhis won wonhIS i
his remains would be scattered In so somm so soin
mm many Parts ot the country that even evenGabriels eve in
Gabriels horn couldnt call them togethe togetherEnd togetheEnd togetheEnd 1
End of ofa a Long Lou Feud reudFrem Feudthe
F Frem tn the D D41Ue Ue Miner llIer llIerIt
It t may ma not be generally known but the thelongest thelong tL tLLa IC e
longest long Bt war In recorded history was w 38 38waced La B
waged on American mencan soil It was between betweenUte n
the Wrangel and Cnilcat Indiana Ind ans in Alas Alaska Ala 5
ka ka After gotn olnb on for 0 years enrs It has hasjest lit litJust 15 s
just been ended by a a treaty treat of peace peaceFriend peaceFrienili ae aeJdelltla
Friend Jdelltla of oCtile the Standard StandardFr StaDdArdFrem StandardPeon
Fr Peon m the SL St LwU Repeblt RepebltOH RepcWon
OH on an unusually large Inr seals scae WaR waaneed WaRu wc La t
need to calm the waves during the recent recentgates rectntgales cocos wclt lt t
gales In the English Channel Even the thestormt ti tiof e
storms of ocean are working overtime o rtlme to tokep tok I o
keep k p the Standard Oil Company from loa Io Iolog 05 05In 5
log In money mone
Kratlr tpaU Ueatlyaiodcl UeatlyaiodclProu 3 Model ModelPna otIl otIlPI
Pna the Cfclaso Pert PertHe 1ItHe PastHe
He says NJ S ha has a model mo el wife wifeMQ wifeHQettte wifeQeit
MQ HQettte Qeit it likely like1 I know she wa wan emploed emplny emplnyed
ed about a studio in some som capacity at one onetime ot ottime s
time
CAPITOL CAPIT L CHAT CHATOne
One On moment m r2tnt exclaimed Speaker Reed ReedIn Reec1In Heedthe
In the midst mld t of the turmoil In the na national national nonal ¬
tional tio nal assembly a > mbly of the people yesterday yesterdayHis yeteroaiUs yesteflhltis
His H is voice penetrated pff etruled tc to the remotest car corner cocMr
Hno
ner no r ft r the ball baU as lie let the heavy gavel gaveldrop gn gndrop gavelot
drop dropThe dr ot
The House will be in order Gen Gentlemen GCRtlemen Genmeit ¬
tlemen tie meit should recollect that there therela thereb
la an 11 unusual attendance of members membersmemberselect membor5naunbtorseltd membersusborselect
nse memberselect usborselect and exmembers arid nn that thatAddition
01 nitad that account there Is a consldernbt consldernbtaddition considerabtadifloil
Addition ad difloil to the usual noise which Is of ofitself oritelf ofelf
itself Its elf sufficient ftlcient ordinarily to prevent the thetransaction thetJan thenseetlon
transaction tJan tia aeUon of business busl SL Laughter LaughterThere LauJhterThere
There T here was a show of anger in the Speak Speakers Speaks
er8 ers er s manner and emphasis after having havingtried haingtrted havinged
tried tri ed all the morning to keep the House Housequiet Houseiet e eflU
quiet flU iet
quietAnd ietAnd
And I It gentlemen will have the kind kindness kindMiS Itindas ¬
ness fle as to bear this In mind and to mitigate mitigateeach mltfnteeh mitigatech
each ea eh one of them them what they are doing in inthat Inthat inat
that th at respect re9pe < t we may be able to under understand understand underand ¬
stand t and what Is going OB Otherwise we wecannot wecannot wennot
cannot cannotThis cannotThis ca nnot nnotThis
This was a little variety varlet to an old sons sonsthat son sonthat songat
that th at every Speaker has been compelled to tosins tosing
sins sin g again and again For a a fraction of
a 30 minute the House remained quiet quietTwo
a a
Two evidences of the ratification of the thepeace
peace pe ace treaty occurred In the House yes es esterda
terday terda te rday soon oon after the theSenate Senate Sena to voted ot d The TheCEnsus Thei I
census ce ceSh nsus bill was up and Representative RepresentativeShafrvth ReprcslntaUShanlth i
Shafrvth Sh afrth of Colorado was just beginning beginningan beginningaggressive I
an aggressive speech against It He was wasabruptly wasabrupU
abruptly ab ruptly cut off by an outburst of ap ap appIs
plsuso pIs pl ause use on the Republican side in which whichGen
Gen Ge n Grosvenor and Representative RepresentativeMoody R presentatlvelJoodywere i
Moody lJoodywere M oody were central figures figuresThe
The peace treaty Is ratified several severalmembers L
members m embers exclaimed e exclaimedA clalmed clalmedA
A few moments later Chairman Hop HoPkIns
kins ki na of the Census Committee was hold holdIng
ing In g the floor In spite of great confusion confusionHis confusIonHis confusIOnis
His H Hja is colleague the redoubtable Col Ben Benjamin
jamln ja min F Marsh rarsh of Illinois lifted his old odtashiOld
rashioned za shioned spectacles high over his fore ore orehead
head he ad and raised his voice oiee to a screaming sercnmingpitch
Pitch pitchwm pi tch
Will my colleague yield Ield for a ques question
Liac lion Li on 1 inquired Col Harsh swinging swIngingacross
across ac ross the center aisle aIsleHo
Ho will m responded Chairman Hopkins HopkinsWell HopkinsVeIl
i
Well VeIl I desire to ask my colleague colleagueroared colleagueroared
roared ro ared Col Marsh rarsh with measured tones toneswhether toneswhether
whether this census bill Is designed desl ned to tocover toCGYH
cover co coan ver the people of tho Philippine Isl Islands Is1and 1sttis ¬
ands andsThe and an tis
The House Hous applauded but Chairman I
Hopkins H opkins did not answer the question
a a a
1 see it is represented in the morning morningnewspapers
newspapers ne neda wspapers said Senator Hale yester yesterday yesterda ¬
day da y that great pressure was brought to tobear
bear be ar on me from Maine to vote for the
ratification ra tification of the treaty tre tn that Gov Pow Powers
ers er s Mr Ir Manley ane and Mr John F Hill Hillhad I
had ha hatr d written requesting me to o vote ot e for the
treaty treat tr eaty
treatThat
That is entirely false faIse added the Sena Senator
tor to r There is not a word of truth in it Itas ii
as asle to thQS those men I have had hundreds of o 01
letters le tters and telegrams about my stand re
garding ga rding the treaty but the most of them theirave I
have h ave been of o the contrary character
Most M ost of them commend my m views Iews about aboulpansion
expansion ex pansion and my m attitude against the I
treaty treatyExSpeaker tr eaty
a ass
ExSpeaker Galusha Grow approached I Ie
the th e marble rostrum of Mr r Reed yester ester
day da y In great earnestness He grasped the I
sleeve sl slhe eeve of the Maine alne mans black coat and I
b held he ld firmly as he gesticulated and talked I II
in an excited manner Not often do tic I
members m embers affect such familiarity as they
near ne ar the throne of power In the House
3 Mr M r Grow released his
grasp on the theeakers S
s Speakers Sp eakers sleeve and thumped the Jailers Jailersplump InUersplump latter I Iump
plge n plump pl ump arm vigorously with his Index fin finger l1ngel finr ¬
gel ge r as he forced home his point Speaker
Reed R eed bent his head toward the Pennsyl Pennsylanlan
v vanian In attentive attitude attitudeThe
The bald head of Mr r Grow fringed fringedwith L
v with w ith long 0T1G white hair that sticks out outprominentb L
P prominently pr from his temples bobbed and ant I
bobbed b as he
thumped and thumped on I I
t the th e Speakers Speal ers ant Finally FInaU Mr Ir Grow r I
ti turned tu rned abruptly and walked away He S
h had ad been talking talkIII to Mr rr R REed ed about the thereference t j
r reference re reth ference of his resolution for amending c
the th e Constitution so that a majority majorlt of 0 f i
the th e Senate can conclude
a treaty of ofpeace ol
peace p eace He announced
on the floor that a amajorlt I
n majority m ajority vote in each House could tie declare
c clare are war and an ha h thought the country countr r
s should sh ould not be
kept at war when a ma marity
j jority jo rity of the Senate wanted peace peaceA
SOS
A French Canadian Can dlan Joseph TOUSaInt Tousalntalias TOUSaIntalias
alias al ias Touzin is having more than the theusual theusual tnt
u usual sual amount of trouble In prosecuting 3
a claim before Congress He has served serves i
it In Inb three or four wars and Indian out ¬
breaks b reaks not as a soldier but as a team teamster team5ter ¬
ster 51 cr and appears to have reached
a a high hiijhgrade highgrade I
grade g rade of proficiency In tooling the re recalcitrant 1 1calcitrant ¬
calcitrant c army mule He emigrated to tt l5
this t his country at the age of thirteen and am 1
it Is not certain I
whether his father
was wasever wasever wa C 1
e ever ver naturalized In
1S53 he Joined an anexpedition anexpedition at
e expedition of Gen A S Johnston against againstthe n nst nstthe t
the t he Mormons and served as a teamster r
f for or six months He teamed army mules mulesagain mulesagaIn mule S Sgain
a again gain during the civil war and was hon honorably honorably ¬
orably o discharged as a wagonmaster He Heundertook Heundertook Hi C i
undertook u to have himself
naturalized in ii It L
A New N ew Orleans while that city
was under undermilitary undermlUtar unde r
military m ilitary control In
F more recent years ears S
hU he h e has voted and has engaged with the Lb a
t rnlted U nited States forces In different
11 U111CIC11L CAJKJUl expe expedl expedlono I
t tions ti ono against the Indians But the same sam e
I Indians deprived him of his property propertand
and a nd he is now knocking knocldn at the doors of o
Congress C ongress to relieve him from any defect dcfecn t
j in n his naturalization
papers Until
that tha t i
is done he cannot prosecute his claim claimIt
S I S S
I
It is said at the Capitol that Col James Jame S Samilton
Hamilton H amilton Lewis is like
Hc to figure in any an I
court c ourt of Inquiry that the government governmentmay gmernmentmay t
may m ay convene to try Maj Gen Miles tues CoL Co I
Lewis L ewis versatility v rsatlllt
as a lawyer is quite as aswell nswell a
well w ell known as his pungency as a legis ieglsator ¬
lator l and Gen Miles
anticipating
any anymove an anmove I
i move m ove that may be b made against him 2
1 has h as engaged the shining Democratic c c
light l from from Washington State as one of c tt f
his h is legal counsel counselIroteslant counselrotestlllt
Iroteslant > rotestlllt Kplncopal Confessional ConfessionalFMM ConCellIonatFrtn
FMM the Chicago Tribune TribaseThe TribtlReTh6
The ritualistic war raging In the Church Churchof Churchor Chure a j
of < o f England finds an echo Ir the parish of oCthe c If
i the t he Church of the th > Holy lIol Cross iu Jersey Jere z
City C Ity X J The present rector r ctor the Rev RevAugustine Rei Reiugustine
Augustine A Elmendorf introduced various varioushigh arioushigh Is 3
high church ceremonials without ob obJection ob objection ol 5 5ectlon
Jection j ectlon but the t e announcement that the theconfessional Ui e 0onfessional
confessional c was to be instituted has in Inspired is 1 1pired
spired s a rebellious rb lIIous spirit in a portion of ofthe It Ithe if
the t he congregation congrc tlon Several members have haveresigned haveretlned Iia e eesigned
resigned r it is said and others express expressifceir C3Pessi expret a aheIr
heIr i eir Intention Joins
of doing to The same sameschism sameschlEm ears le e
schism s between high church and low lowclllTch b t tltvrch T
cliiTch c that exists in England has taken takenroot takenrcot take in ineot
root r ro eot In the Protestant Episcopal E15co al Church Churchof Churchot h hf
of o f this country It I exists in a a marked markeddegree markeddegree ti tiegree
degree d egree here In Chicago But the Church Churchof Churchor Chure li lif a
of o oa f England as a state church is open to toattack toattack I tottack 0
attack a ttack from from people of all creeds and de denomlrntfonJ di 5 5omtratioas
nominations n The socalled Romish RomlshpZdctlees Romis h hractices
practices p ractices In the Protestant Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpfscopalChurch Episeo al alChurch 1 J
Church In the United States do d not con concern concern cot i iern ¬
cern c ern the Methodism the Presbyterians Presbyteriansand P byterIans byterIansand 5 5nsi
and a nsi the Baptists In England It Is dlf dlfftrent dlCftrtnt di r rerent
ftrent f erent
IllOIenn Way WayPrtsa WayPsen WayFre1
Prtsa the Chleaso Tritwne TritwneHenry TribtmeHenry ThboneHenry
Henry asked you > ou If you had made that thatcake thatcake tin it itake t
cake c ake did h M Well what was there In Inthat inthat Inhat n
that t hat to wound your our feelings child chUdIt childIt r rIt
It was th thethe the way he said It It mamma mammaHe mammaHehe a aHehe u
He Hehe he didnt ask mme If Id made it itHe JtHehe I It ItHehe L
He Hehe he said Darling Dariin ddid you ou perpe perperate pers C Crate
irate rate this cakeT caker1hat cake
What It AJean AJeanProa 3JeanL 3JeanLFrom 1eanFran
From tli the CMar > Newt NewtLittle sewsLittle e1fs e1fsLittle
Little Eddie EddiePapa Papa what does haut ton tonmean te In n
meanPaPdVhenever
Papa PaPdVhenever Whenever you hear anybody anybodymake artybod Iy y
use of those words It means that thatthere ru at athere it
is some one on Around who is trying to toshow tohow o
how off and who has taken the poorest poorestW3Y poore St it
to do It IL
A Lver Lsserof of Peace PenceFnu1
Brooklyn Life LifeAn UfeAn
An poor Molke prayed pray d for a paceful p1cduIOO pacef ul ullad il
lad He did thot an he towM me t tho t tboy
boy ho two cops at th thO wake t see thot his blsprayers Is
wuz answered answeredIn anstrfdIn
In Memory Memoryofeitherlisya of Other lhor Dajra DaraFreI1
Use Jwrrtterrf JectUt Weekly WttklrTommy Wefkl WefklTommfamma WeeklyTommyMamma
Tommy Tommfamma Mamma why have you got gotpapas g 0 t
hair HI A a locket lCktt1His locketills
His Mother otherTo To remind me thai be once oncehad oncehad on ce cehad
had some Tommy
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ICROSSES CROSSES O ROS8ESOF OF CAVALRY CAVALRYHer
Her R ev Dr Talraage Compares Comparesthe C01npalGSthe
the Three Crucifixions CrucifixionsMIGHTIEST
MIGHTIEST 1I SOB qEN Q OAIiUi AL JtAGIlS JtAGIlSScoffer AGBS AGBSScoffers
a
s Scoffers Sc < offers Cross on the Right Symbol of the thoWMr
TT War r that Has Ever Since Existed J lslrd Be Detween
tween Unbelief UnbrlleCnud and Christianity ChrstlnuUJThouIJ ChrstlnuUJThouIJaud Thous
and nods Have ierlslicil on It In Azony Aonyle Aonylepentant Re
pentant Cms OllIssIicb Which Opens Gate of Mercy MercyMiddle Jlerc Jlerc1UaldIe MercyMiddie
Middle Cross Which Became a Throne TlironeRev ThroneReV
Rev Dr T De Witt Talmage preached preachedat reochcd reochcdat
al at the First FJ Presbyterian Church Ctsu Sun Sunday SUIday ¬
d day da < y morning OR The Three Crossot Crossotwhen Creas4IiJtakln
dU U takln ta king for his text Luke xxtfl23 xxIU And Andwhen At
w when hen they were were come to thee place pticewbtch winch te IscaUed 1
ci called ca lled Calvary there they crochet Him Himand mmand
ai and an d the malefactors ms tnewrs one on the right ricllthaOO rightnd
band ha nd and the other on tIM left Dr DrTalmag DrTalmage
T Talmag aimage said saidThe saidTi18
The most mO it solemn and overwhelming overwhelminghour
h hour ho ur of f my life was the noonday hour hourwhen
w when hen I stood on Mount ount Calvary CalarOn
On the way there I had seen a clay cla clamodel
ir model m odel of the mount molded by the hands handsof handsof
01 of Gen Gordon of Egyptian E ptlan anti 3JdChlnese 3JdChlnesefare Chinese Chinesefame
t fame fa me
fareThero There Is no possible doubt about the theexact
e exact ex act place of the Great Tragedy The TheXew
New > N ew Testament calls it tho Place of a aSkull aSkul1
Skull Sk < j ull I care not from what place you youlook yO yOok
je look ok at that hill you recogTiire recog1 the shape shapeof shapeat
o of the human skull The caverns a little littleway
M way ay beneatn the top suggest eyeless eyelesssockets
si sockets so ckets The grotto underneath Is also aleothe
t the th e shape of of o the inside of a skull This ihlshlU
h hill hi ll is the only hill near Jerusalem that thMIs
is at all skullshaped For ages it had hadbeen
been b een the place plac of execution for malefac malefactors mllefnetors
tors to ns The Bible says that Christ was put putto putto
to death d th outside the gate ansi thlsJilll thlsJilllis thls l1lJ1 l1lJ1Is
is Just outside the Damascus gate gateOn gateOn
On that hill which is about twice the theheight
fl height h eight of this church building buildln and on a aprojecting aprojecting
p projecting bluff which is about wide v1deenough
enough en ough for three crosses I read or r tried triedto
to read aloud the words of ray m text but butI
I failed I defy de any anyone one on that spot to toread
read re ad with firm voice olce and consecutive ut utterance utterance
t terance te rance the description of the mightiest mhtiestscene
Sl scene sc ene of all the ages Indeed a a visit isit to the theHOlY
Holy H oly Land Is confirmatory Dr Jessup Jessupthe Jessupthe
t the th e scientist and Ass Assyrian rian missionary missionarytold misslonartold
t told to < ld me that he met at Joppa the chief chiefport chiefort
F port ort of Palestine a noted infidel The Thedoctor
d doctor octor said What are you ou doing doinghere here herevisiting here hereisitfng
v visiting vi siting the Holy Land I thought you youdid youd
d did di d not believe In the sacred places The Thereply Thereply Theply
ri reply re ply was 1 dont I am going through throughto throughshow
t to toI < show that the Bible story Is a sham shamI
I am going goln to write this matter up and andas andas
a as s far I can put an end to the th imposition impositionwhlcll
wh w whlcli w hIch Christianity is practicing on thej th thhuman 1
h human uman race raceA
A few months after Dr Jessup saw the theInfidel
Ii Infidel in fidel at Beyrout as he was coming out outfrom
f from fr om his explorations and said to him himWell
v Well how did you OU find things in the theHoly
Holy H oly Landr Lan Land The man replied rejllled The Bi HIbJe
ble b in Is true I vent ent into Palestine an In Infidel
fidel fi del and I have come out a Christian ChristianSo
s So o my hearers the contour of the region regionround regionound
r round about Jerusalem reiterates the thetruth thetruth
ti truth tr uth of the Scriptures Scriptures1It
Tlie Crucifixion Scene SceneOn SceneOn
On the day described by b my text three threepersons thre threperson
p persons ersons are ra to be executed Christ and an antwo
t two wo bandits Publius Lentulus In a let lette
ti ter te r to the Roman Senate describes Christ Christas
a as s a man of stature somewhat tall His Hishair Hisair
h hair air the color of a chestnut fully ripe ripeplain
p plain latr to the ears whence downward It is ismore
n more m ore orient curling and waving Yftving lving about the thesboulders thehoulders i
s shoulders in the midst of His forehead Is isa
a stream or partition of Hs hair fore forehed
h hed ed plain and very delicate His face facewithout faceithout
v without w ithout spot or wrinkle a lovely red rtHis
1 His H is nose and mouth so forked as noth nothing
Ii Ing in g can be represented Hs beard ard thick thickIn
Ii In color like His hair hairnot not very ver long Hts Htseyes
e eyes yes gray quick and clear The French FrenchArmy
J Army A Aw rmy In Italy It2l found a brass plate on onwhich
v which w hich was a copy of o His deathwarrant tleuthwarrnntsigned
s signed si gned by John Zorobabel Raphael Ro Robani
bani b ani Daniel Robani and Capet CapelAll
All this notwithstanding He H was tile theloveliest tileloveliest i
loveliest lo veliest being the earth ever saw Love LoveI
ly I y down In the th straw of the Bethlehem Bethlehemkhan Bethlehemkhan
khan k han Lovely wrapped In His mothers mothersshawl mother
shawl s on the flight to Egypt EDPtLovely gypt
Lovely L ovely standing in the drenching drench1ngsurt i
surf s urf of Galilee Lovely Loel with the tbechildren th i
children c hanging about His neck neckEverywhere neckverywhere
Everywhere E altogether lovely Now Nowon
on O fl the bluff I speak of the execution pro proceeds proeeds
ceeds r What hat a mighty assemblage as mbla Some go me mefor S
for f or curiosity to hear what the malefac malefactors malefacors
tors t ors will 111 say sa and to see how they will willact I
act a ct Some of the spectators are vile of 01
lip 11 1 and bloated of cheek Some Som look up upwith u
Wh with W ith revenge revenue hardly able to keep their
hands h ands off tne t he e sufferers Some tear their theirown theirown
own hair in a a frenzy treJ1Z of grief Some Samestant
stand s tand In silent horror Some break breakout out
into i nto uncontrollable uncontr llable weeping Some clap
their t hands in delight that the offenders offendersar C
are ar a re to ts be b punished at a t last The soldiers S
with w 1th drawn swords drive back the mob mobwhich S
which w hich presses on so hard There is fear l
that t hat the proceedings may be Interrupted interruptedthe
Let the th U kglon Ion now stationed at Jerusa Jeru Jerusaern a
lem ba b ern on horseback dash along the line lineBack 1fn 1fnand linend
and a nd force back the surging multitude
Back with you ou Is the cry Have you ou I
never n ever seen a p man die before
Ilie 1 lie Orchard of Cutrary CutraryThree C hary haryThree
Three crosses In a row An upright uprightpiece t
piece p iece and two transverse tntnaer transverseone eone one on the top topon toPon
on o tt which the hands hac s are nailed and one at a t
the middle on which the victim sat t three
Three T hree trees just planted yet et bearing t
fruitthe f titth one at the right rl ht bearing pol polson polson
son s on the one at the left eft bitter aloes the theone theone tht S
one o ne in the middle apples of love oe Nor Norway Norway
way pine and tropical orange orane and Leb Lebanon Iebanon
anon a non cedar would woul not make mftk EO strange strangea a agrove
a grove as this orchard or < hard of Calvary Stand I
and a nd give a look at the three crosses erO e
Just look at t the cross on the right rightthan right
Its I It ts victim dies scol1n seeding More tn tremes = mendoua U i
Ih than t han his physical anguish is his scorn and ant I
hatred ha h Ered rfd of o Him on the middle cross This Tht S i
one o ne on the th right turns half around on oi It i
td the t he spikes to hiss at the One in the mid
die d ie If the scoffer could get one hand handsmite ii i
loose l oose and h he were within reach he WouJd woul ii i
smite s the th middle sufferer in the fac ac He H e >
hates Him with a perrfect pe ect hatred I think
hi wishes he were down on the ground I
that he migh spear Him He envies the tb e
me mcnanlcs r nanlcs who with their nails have bar e
nailed Him fast Amid the settling dark
ness ress and louder than the crash of o the th e I
rocks hear him jeer out these words Ah I
ah nh you OU poor wretch I knew you you were wer er C j
an Impostor You pret pretended nded to 8e a God Go I
and yet et you let that legion master you >
It was in some such hate that Voltaire I I
in i n his death hour because b uae he thought he Is C I
saw Christ In his bedroom bdroO L pot ot up u on his hi
fJS0811 elbow and cried ried out Crush that wretch
i
What had the middle I
cross done to arou C I Iup
up this righthand cross < rogs Nothing othl Oh i I I Ithe rthe f
the enmity of the natural heart against I i
Christ Mst The worlff svorl likes a snUn 86nUsaentai enUl I j I
Christ or a philanthropic Christ but a I IChrlet
Christ that comes to snatch > men from fret j
their sins sinsaway away withHlra On the right rtghtI I
hand cross today I see se typined the un I I
belief bell r of the world Men say Back with wit I IHim
Him from the heart t art I will not no let witn Him His n I
take my sins It He will die dtc dtekt let Him die dieways di a I
for Himself not for me Tllee e ba bitt al al
ways ays been b n a war r between tween this rihthand j i
cross and the middle crtwt CroM and wherever r i I
there Is an unbelieving unteUevi 1S heart there the Lb
fight goes on Oh If when that tlyinie dun f
malefactor perished rl bed the faithlessness fallh of c tf t
man had perished then that tree tr which wide Ii j I
yields poiecn would hare bedded and an ii 1
blossomed lossorned with 1th life fer all the world worldItrjcction worldltrjctlnn
Itrjcction of Christ ChrlitLook
Look up into that dlattlrliOO disturb collate eottntnene 5 5nanee
nance of the sufferer and sec what bat a aghastly Itghast1y t
ghastly thing tlIJ g it Is t > reject re Christ Be Be I ¬
hold in that awful face ta in that hunonta I l
Me look look in that unMeifred deatfe hour now the th a e I Istings
stings of the unbeliererB Jepartore What W It Ita t i ia Ia
a plunge Into darkaeog Standing M HMtn frfea up ii a n I I
on the cross cr crae MI on the top of the U hill hUla EO 0 j j 1
that all the world may look at him him be lieS8S h j
says Here I go out of a nfeerabie Jtfe Itt a e I IInto
into a wretched eternity One Tvmi lwc wo Three > t
Listen to the crush of the fait t all y y e t
ages 8 So Hobbes Hob dying dl 5 after he hd sw swemy so ci
emy yoar oarH in which bleh to o prepare J for 861 861nit ete t tnity I
nity nit sold Were Wtor I master lJIO tfor of all the th worM w 4 I i i
I would give It all to Jive one dy bNHwr i I
Sir Francis Newport Nep rt hovertoc bcIv hoverIagowr r1tt evrr t zj Ifs V ej I
brink cried out 0tIt Wretch that t I am as a f
whither shall I fly from lh the breast wa t1 What w Wits IC
will become me of me J > etenttyl tlttraa 0 tr r r I Iwords
nit nity Who Mn dIf dkoevve n the by abss of
eternity Who can JllU8Phrue V upon OM thee i t
words For ever and for or ever tftJr 1
That rtifhthana er er thottMftOa have hat re I
perished rbb aI on it in agwjr HG Y For what la
phyikal pain compared to remorse naore at the tbea LI ye
lat Mt life bull heist wasted UlrA aa4 aa 0 Oil I f
a neUn fleeting moment stands hotwte t t ft the theanywhere U e i i
uul and itt overthrow 0 God let metiff me ci 0 i
anywhere rather than at the th
foot foetor of that t1i cC 1 1
rlttha1 cro crops L Let 1t < not one drop ot ifI ifu t I
I
u
tbaf tb tbne afbbood blood fall upon mj m check cbl Je Rend DOtmy
my m tbm y ear with that sly HyI I lee e It now fl u uRtTr
nw ne ver lforethe loathsomeness kalh ommels and hor horror
rer ro rota e of ray unbelief unIN lief Tl That t flying malefac maleCactor
t tor ta taat r was not PO > much to Warn a as It some fOlD4Ior > nw
t of atan wi Christianity was not established establ establUd
Ud an aniss d perhaps not until that da da4r had tnt tntJMD
uwia iss an beard anJ the Christ Christins But utter a tee Christ Chrjwhas
has ha hal s stocd almost nlnetotn e6 eIitU1f1I tuzws work wot
haa ins 111 l the wonJers of His i grace many manyJect run runJeet a aet
j Ject a et Him That rishthand ri hthand cross ero with J Jkn itsng
ji Itnc kn a ng beans m ovrsbadows ail the U earth rth It Ittenanted ItSa itIIarted
i tenanted Sa Jlanted in the heart of thoraeo the raM When h heft heftwill n nw I
IIarted
w will 1 th he time come that the spirit of ofGod ofGod
00 00r God 41 will with Its ax hewdovrn how down that thatrighthand thatItJathaftd
righthand r bthatd cro cress s until nUl It shall hail 11 Ml at atdie
die thebe foot sf > f hat middle TTOS re5 Mdvn aa4 d Un UnIte Ufllief
belief Ite lief r the th railing rat malefactor of the worl won t tabaU
bail ex beex alt prsh frtm rem all our hearts bea f Away Awayfrcm Awayfnm
frcm fe feth cta roe tfoa tfo spirit rtt ot unbelief I hate hatetfeee hat hatthN hateee
t tfeee th ee With this tb sword sword of Got Go I Ujrut Ujrutser Ust UsttII
tII tbe e back k end thrust thee tlu through k no noto lIawn
t to tose tb the pit Down most accursed most JnOnMel
ser se er of th the < e eerth rth and talk to tbosethou tbosethouhirt those thou thouhut thoult I
jj hut ha hato lt alrtodv destroyed dutrlre TaHt X no o h hto 1OP 1OPto titian
t to the son Ik eons nK1Id and daughters of God these tbelebflna
b bflna he lr of heaven heavenVh h TIn TInWkntl
Wkntl Vh lp UnfTersp t Krspomls lf JlOtlb Ye Vat e eU
U If If thou b hl the Son S n of Cod Was there thereany tMrtJt therety
any ss ssIn ty If ir about It 1 Tell me thou star that thatin thatla thatrobe
in Inbt robe of iht did run to point out Hi Hibirthplace His HiablrthplQc Hisntbplace
birthplace bt Tell me me thou sec that dktet dktetput dldsI t tput
put pe t thy wind ever tfi thy tit lip HI when He H bid bidttoee bidUU i I
ttoee UU th ee e be still Tell me me ye e dead who 00 00up got O4
up in their winding Indi l ShOOtS to tot1 otg to fee Him die tiltTfoII
Trtl T ell me m thou sun In mWheftven mid heaven who for forH
totI
i Him H im didst pull down over thy face the tbeI I
v te M I of darkness ark s Tell me me ye leper who wbeYeIC wileere I
v YeIC w ere das cleansed y ye dead who wore raised e eIs
Is He the Son of God Aye aye re re rell
sonds ll onds Ond the universe The flowers breathe breatheIt I
JJ it the stars chime chl it the redeemed cola eCMbrate
fe bra brate br at to It the angels rIse up on their theirthrones theirtJares thelsrones
y thrones th rones to annornee it it And yet ct on that thatmtoerable thatmerable
n mtoerable m iserable malefactors If U how many manshaH
shall sh all yet be wrecked That little littleJ
If J has enough en gh venom eool11 in Its SURf tlng to tocause tocause I
a cause ca use the death of lho thsottl > soul No N if it if about aboutJt
It Jt I know it it Ecce Deus I feelit thor thorocghiy tlwJro
Q ocghiy oe bhythrouh through every muscle le of the thebody tbebody thedy
body bo dy and through every faculty of my rayrcind myreiTMI
n rcind m ind and through every energy 0II11 of my mysoul
myI
soul so ul Living I will preach it dying I will willpillow willplUow 1
pillow pi j llow my head upon its consolations consoJtlonsJ
J Jesus Je sus us the God Away then from this thisrighthand thisrlthtbend tht
fl righthand cross The red berries of the thetrest
f fcrest fe feth rest are apt to be poisonous and around aroundthte aroundthts
tl thte th is tree of o carnage grow the red poison pol50nous
Of ous ou s berries lil of which many have tasted tastedand
and a nd died I cal see no use for this right rl ht hthand
hand h and cross except it be used as a lever ever eerwith
with w ith which to o upturn the unbelief of the theV I 1
world V orld orldHer
Here Her from the th rlghthpnd rl hthlnd cross I go gethe o oto I 1
t to < the left Pass clear to the other side sideThat skt sktThat
That T hat victim also twists himself upon the thenails theails I
nails n ails to look at the center cross croitsyet yet not notto flOtto
t to scoff It is to worship He too would wouldlIko wouldke I
lib jj like ke to get his hand loose loo e not to smite smitebnt
b bnt ut to deliver the sufferer of the middle middlecrOllS
c cross cr oss He cries to the railer cursing on onthe one
the th e other side Silence between us Is IsInnocence I
innocence In Inc nocence in agony Wo Vc suffer for our nurcrimes
c crimes Silence Gather around this thisfthand ourI I I Iefthand
u lefthand cross O ye people Be not notatrald
afraid a fraid YOJU Yau who have been convalescent convalescentknoW
know k now that1 that the tonics given you by b hr The thedoctor
doctor d octor are amost always bitter Bitier Bitierherbs biHerherbs tiitnirerbs
ha herbs h erbs are sometimes a i tonic for the body bodyand bollyand bodynd
a and nd the bitter aloes that grow row on this tree treeshall treeshall treeall
shall sh all give strength stren th and life to thy th soul
1 This his lefthand d cross Is a repenting cross crossThe
The Krjimitant Criminal CriminalAs
As men who have been b n nearly drown drowned
Cl ed tell us that In tho moments while they the thewere
were w ere under the water their whole life lifepassed liCepassed
p passed assed before them and I have that from frommy
n my m y own experience so I suppose in one onemoment lnemoment
n moment m oment the dying malefactor thought
0 over ver all his past life of that night when whenhe I
n he h o went into an unguarded door and took tookail tooknil I
a ail al l the silver the gold the jewels and as 81the I
t the th e sleeper stirred he put his knife knifethrough knfrethrough
J
through th i rough his heart of that day a when In Inthe Inthe I
tl the th e lonely pass he met the wayfarer wa rarer antI antIregardless
I
ri regardless re gardless of the cries and prayers and andtears
tears te ars and struggles of his victim he flung flungtho
tj tho th e mangled corpso into the dust of the thehighway thehighway
highway hi ghway or heaped upon it the stones He Hesays Hesays
says sa ys Oh I am a guilty wretch I de deserve deserve ¬
s serve se rve this There is no need n ed > of my curs cursIng cursIng
Ii Ing g That will not stop the pain There Thereis XhereIs
Isli is is no need nee of blaspheming Christ for forHe torHe
i He li e has done me no wrong wrongand and yet I can cannot eannot ¬
n not ot die Ie so The tortures of my m body bot1 are areoutdone
o outdone by the tortures of my mJ soul The Thepast Thepast 1
p past ast Is a scene of misdoing The present presenta L Lcrucifixion
a crucifixion The future an everlasting everlastingundoing everastlngundoing
u undoing Come back thou hiding mid midday
ud
d day ay sun Kiss my m cheek with one bright brightray L
ri ray ra y of comfort What hat no help from fromabove rom romabovQno I Iboveno i
a above abovQno no help from beneath Then I Imust I I
n must m ust turn to my companion In sorrow sorro sorrotho
tl tho th e One on the middle cross I have heard heardthat I
tl that th at He knows how to help a man when whenho I
h he e is In trouble trou Jle I have heard that He Hecancure S
c cancure tIle lie wounded I have heard that thatHe L
j He li lili e can pardon the sinner Surely In all sri I
I His li la wanderings up and down the th earth each sriS S
He H e never saw one more in need of His 4
JJ forgiveness f Blessed nle sed One I turn to toT1t t
Thee T1t T hee Lilt Thou look for the moment momentaway momentattay snomen t
away a way from Thy own pangs to pity me meLord
j Lord L ord it Is not to have my hands relieved relievedor I
o or r my m feet taken from the torture I Ican
c can an stand all this but oh my sins alnel my mysins sir f
s sins ins my sins they pierce mo tliroun thrQuhand sirit it
a and a nti through They tell me I Imust
r must m ust die forever torev r They The will push pushme pushme t
r me m mm e Into the darkness unless Thou rhouwilt 1
v wilt w wt ilt help me I confess It all Thoir H Htar Htarthu Ha Hahe ar r
t tho he cry of the dying thief Lord Lor remember ram remem em emlwr
i ber h er me when hfn Thou comest in Thy king kingdom kingdom kingr
d dom om I ask no great things I seek for forno torno to toC r
r no n o throne in heaven no chariot to take takemo tnkem tak takU C
r mo m e to the skies but just think of me mewhen mewhen ni U
when w hen this days da s horrors havo passed passedThink niI I
T Think T hink of me a little UtUeof of me the one now nowhanging nowh no
Y hanging h nglng at Thy sidewhen the shout of ofheavenly oCheaenly o f
heavenly h j eaven welcome takes Thee back Into IntoThy IntoTh mt oci ci
T Thy Th T hy glory Thou wilt not forget me wilt wiltThou wil t
i Thou T hou Lord remember me when hen Thou Thoucomest Thoueomest Thot Li
c comest in Thy kingdom Only just re remember remember ccomber
r member m omber me
meAll
All Have Uobbert Coil CoilLikewise Got1LikewIse
Likewise must we repent You sa ay
I have stolen nothing I reply We We11ae W 0
J have Ih t ave all been guilty of the mightiest m htlest fel felony felony
telii
ony o ny of the universe for we have robbed robbealGodrobbed robbefi ii l
God Godrobbed G robbed Him of our time robbed robbedHim fi i
Him H im of our talent robbed Him of our ourservices ourserlces ou r
services s Suppose you ou send a a man West Wee 08t 08tS8 it t
as a s an agent of your firm and every evcrymonth ever
month you pay him his salary and at atthecnd a t t
thevend t of ten years you ou find out that thathe thathe thu t t
he h e has been serving another firm but buttaking buttaking be L
taking t your our salary > would ould you ou not at atonce atonce a t
once o nce condemn him as dishonest God Godsent Godsent Go Goent j 1
sent s ent us into this world to serve Him HimHe HimHe I
He has given us wages all the time One Onehalf OnehaIr Onealf 1
half h alf of us have been serving another anothermaster r
master When a man Is convicted of oftr8ll801 ci cireasol if 1
treasoi t and condemned to death he Ig Igbrought IiibrouGht I 5 i
brought b out a regiment re < lmcnt surround him himand I >
and a nd the command is given Attention Attentioncompafty 1
company Take aim Fire FireAnd And the theman th thman C
man falls with a hundred bullets bullt > tB through < h hhll
his h is heart There comes a time tI in a mans IttaAShistOry rnasm a
history h istory when the Lord calla call up the troop troopof trOOlet tree 35
of o f his lifetime Iniquities and at Gods GOOIIcommand God C
command c they pour into him a eoncen eoncentrated eoncentrated cancerrated I
trated t volley of torture and that is what whatwe wha 1
we call conviction You say 1 dont feel feelmlHI fee 1
mlHI n sseif to be a sinner That may be bealk i
Walk alk alonr along by the cliffs clHt and you you8unllght see seesunlight se C Cunlight
sunlight s and flowers at the mouth of tho thocave th theave tO
cave c ave but take a torch and go 0 In and an anefore C
1 before b you hare gone far tarou you see the th C
lashing ftadll f eye of a wild beast or hear the th S
hiss h Iss or ot o a serpent So 0 the human heart heartseems heartIIHmtJ heat 5 5eems
seems s in the sunlight of worldliness b bait baitas > it itas
as I wave the torch of Gods God s truth ami amigo uMIB n el
go g B down Into the tl deep ep cavern of the soul osj JI JIala I
alas ala a las for t tJe tsa e bristling horrors and tbe tberattling tberaUlll1 Ut IC
rattling r fangs Have you ever noticed notl notice ee4 < 4
thft t he climax In this palllaFc ot Sertptur <
The heart is
deceitful
That Thattono seetns eseet Is
tono e noigb b nut the passage goes Oft a an 4
wtys s 71 The Tb heart beart to d deeetfui cUful tJul above al a i
thin tbiap t hiits Will Vil1 you not say that is enougji eJl
But the passage JMUl goes on farther and an
says N s aya Th The heart I Ia deceitful dec lltul above all a II 11
things th t hhsgs and desperately de wicked wkk May Ma 17
I r
the Lonl on Almighty AlmlghtyblI His
by grace gnie m help tw a is
to repnt or our a iM while reve repentance tanee I Is IsOrnic
po possible
IbIeCrlIIJ
Cm CrlIIJ tit Door of Mrrcy MsrcyThe rrcTTke
The leftbawl crow was w a baMevtng ballevis Ig r
erol ross There VM v no guesswork gnesv in that ti t
no 55 IT U in that etwUcaUon sujaiiIcatj Tt is
oro arose < ON e thing itself at die toot of
he middle Cf arose re M expect expecting mercy tfWt JfakJa Ja lb
te i s only Itt Nt opening OIW AS the hand to toJt Cii to
Cbrt cm1at t often oI r es The Th work w i Ie ail 1
05 tho 13i bridge to built Mroa se seor QOqta noacti
tor or u LJILi all to vk over < T Tap not at a t te C
ooi of Goer Qods mercy IIM wick iIb the t Up of your yj sr r
tutor uters hat a u a warrior wills v mituleted gIiMen ci tt
kttNe > o i a flt < the cast caato o gaLs gat y whit all a tll II
b around ar ad os rgl rigtss of oar xovlt ieo let u va i I
OT34 at the ipat Iat4 of
mercy y n IM ihet P ga O
stiekod Joekod l You to it
go with a bunek uc f
tfotY2f Yoa try Cm pMtueophy Iusophy That wll Not it it I
P iu it You try good works orka T They J y wUl w in U
oea A K It A hag Ja11w door soneraUy na1Iy ban Iii M
ponderow ero key I take tatUte the crow aad as i
llice du h foot of it In iho lortc loch JUM and tjr I 7
two arm alIM rUtS of the cress I turn the tit look Joak too k
tho ti door opens opensTbi opineThis
Tbi This leffhand Jeff cross wag a panto pantoo ll IMl ri
CIQM T1w Th aoesea Wet wsee o ontytse Db tv or tltN thy t i
It ildiditsytteke 4M Mt Ioa 1 or Clarhl Chri st i
IO Chris might have
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1 You Y ou never saw sa so tender r
a scene < a as th tt ttou
You Y J ou may ma bare seen father
or mother mothercompanlcn motMrcompanlcn mothernhVnlcn
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or
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fecting fecU fe cting a scene 1Iee M this Uai Tht Th ralllnj raUl th itsiom >
looked jVom 1 1a one way and
saw aw w only t Sght
J fJh nht ri ght sId skJe of Cnrtel Christa taCt The penh Dlt
thief th ief looked
from the other
way 6 ut lial < l to
I t the th e left tt side of Christs Cbrist face But fn fr
where whe w here you sit today in the full bu blno tu tuospel >
G Gospel G ospel light bt you see o Chrisfa Cbr1t full ull ullI t tas >
was w as a suffering > u < enD < erase if the wea WCaut EQn i >
I torture tor to rture had yine only through iht sl t
portions ortisns of th body the torture ar arot
not n nth ot have be been so great reat but they e
n through th rough the bands and feet and tempi
the most sensitive cortlon it WMX WMXonly we wenly
o only nly the spear that went Into Hi Hiut >
but b ut the sins of ail the rao racea a thou thouspears thoupearsplunge
spears S pearsplunge plunge after plunge u deepir deepireeper pp r a
3 deeper eeper until the silence and Como Comoat u
that th at before characterue < i Him KJI gmtv gmtva >
t to a groan through which rumblt rumbltsorrows rumbltrrows
9 sorrows so rrows of lime and the woes of eurn orrnuniau
j Human H uniau hate had done its worst aiul au i Iad
h had ad hurled < l Ms sharpest Javelin an and J dad
n hud h ad v vtnted nted their hottest rage wh wlss wlssvery i v vevery
e every nerve of His body in torture torturevery t
e every very fiber of His heart IK excrucUu excrucUuThou excrueiate
H > e cried out My God my God why h
i Thou T hou forsaken Me MeOne MeOne
One would have
thought that P soman
j Roman R oman soldier would have atepfxd out OUTont
f front fr ont of his regiment and said ald Stop tt ttcurled ilutcher3
I b utcher3 0 that scorn would hay hayurled
c curled its lip and said Enough or tl tlrevenge tivenge
r revenge re rea < venge would have relaxed Its br brand brnd
a and nd said I am satisfied No No T Tworld Torld
M world w orld would have the last drop of bio bkcm
fi from ft cm his arteries anti s so e the wlnepn wlnepnmust wln pr prust
n must m ust do its wor work until the last purpe purpecluster
c cluster cl uster is crushed crushedSaved crushedSesect
Saved br ChrUls Christ Vlood VloodIt itiooilIt
It was a vicarious cross crossthe the right rIghtand
hi hand and crees suffered for itself the left leftand
h hand and cross for Itself but th the middle cross crossr
foa f for fo < r you and me When a King w was a c5ylng c5ylngyoung < y nr nrH
R young man cried Pour my bloo1 In Inhis Ins >
his hi n s veins that he die not The veins o othe iie
the th e young man were tupped and tt ttblood tiood
b blood bl ood transferred so that the King Kingbut liv livut >
but b ut the young man died Christ saw t trace tt ttce
f1 race ra ce perishing He cried Pour My Myinto bk bkto > >
into in r to their veins that they die not nothand notand >
hand h and is free now because Christ Christs w t tushes t tcrushed
c crushed cr ushes My brow IB painletMi now t tcause h huse <
cause ca use Christs was bound I gain hea heabecause heisv heisvritusce >
because be ritusce Christ for me endured the fu furore hirs ¬
r rore ro rs of hell When the Swiss were maiy maiyyears malyago
y years ago contending against their er eries r rmles >
n mles m ies they saw these enemies array arrnyl arrnyllid < i isolid
solid so lid phalanx and knew not how to i Ira Iraeir > ri ritheir
their th eir ranks hut one of their heroes HIM HIMod cii ciiout
od nd out In front of his regiment and s > K < r rexl
exl ee l Make way for liberty The w weiy weiyf ai aiof
of o f the enemy wdro plunged Into his her hfaibut herut
but b ut while they were slaying him of c ceir jr jrtheir
their th eir ranks were broken and through thu thugap thtap
gap g ap in the ranks the Swiss marche1 marche1victory marchrlictory
victory v j ictory Christ saw all ll the powers powersarkness f
darkness d assailing men Ho cried oir oirMake on onMake
Make way for the redemption of tli tliworld t torld
world w orld AH tho weapons of Infernal wrati wratistruck arststruck
3 struck Him but as they struck Him its tteransomed itsansomed
r ransomed rr marched arched out free freeTo
To this middle cross my hearers lonk lonkthat 1 1hat
ti that t hat your souls may live I allowed sitowesihe > a athe
t the he righthand cross in order that yij yijmight ysight
j1 might m ight ceo wlmt an awful thing It Is Ise o
P be b e unbelieving I showed you the left lefthand leftand
hand h and crops that you might sea e what It IM IMto heo
t to o repent Now I show you the inldtllt inldtlltcross iniddusross
c cross ross that thatyou you may appreciate what Chn Chrias
h has as done to save your soul Pool hau hausung lia3ung
s sung ung its praise and sculptor have havetempted haveempted
t tempted to commemorate it In mar marbic > < a amartyrs aartyrs
n martyrs m artyrs have clung to It in the lire si sihristians ir irChristians
Christians C < dying quietly In their theirhavo le leavo
J havo h avo leaned their heads against it Tii fl s sour
hour h our mi may y all our souls embrace it wij wijan wi win
a an a n ecatacy of affection Lay hold of th thi thiross i icross
c cross ross Everything else will fail you 1 1your 1our
J your y our hand on that and you ar are < PUT PUTthough tstthough
t though a world swing from beneath y y yeet
feet f eet Oh that I might engrave on y y youls r rsouls
f souls s Ineffaceably the thre three rrc srosas Hs m mthat si S Shat
l that hat if In your waking moments you yourot < > t tot
rot ot realize It that then in your dr sirtm sirtmhis air airthis
this t his coming night you might se see on onill if ifhill
hill b ill back of Jerusalem the three nj siacbesthe
tacles t acbesthe the righthand cross showing nut tuiilief nut1cr >
lief 1 1cr dying without Christ the leftli leftlishowing leftlihowing
J showing s what It Is to be perdon pardoned < l wh1 wh1the wt wthe
the t he central cross pours ui upon n your yourthe yourhe
the t he sunburst of heaven a as it nay says M Mall i ill
all a ll these these wounds I plead for thy h hi hihave < n nI
I J 1 have loved thee with an everlati everlatilove everiartiove
love l ove Rivers cannot quench it Flu FIocannot Fluannot
cannot c < drown it itCru itCrusts
Cru Crusts Ucroincs a Thronr ThronrAnd TluroncAnd
And while you look the righthnr righthanross J Jcrosa
J crosa c ross will fade out of sight and an then tt ttleft mleft
J left l eft will be gone nothing will remur remurbut rcrmt rcrmtut
but b ut the middle crow and even that thatl
3 your Y t1 dream will siIl begin to change mu iii iiit
J it t becomes a throne and the worn fi fiof fif
of o < f Calvary will become radiant wi t tladness
j gladness g ladness and instead of the mil n nhowling nowling > >
howling h j at the foot of f a crops th < r < c cet
b J et a whiterobed multitude kwHmx kneInghe
the t he foot of a throne And you an amId J i iwiH SIll
wiH n Ill be among there thi thiBut
But no ned we will not wait f fr < r such surhream
dream d ream In this our moot aroii i un ii s swe < i iwe
we throw down at the feet or that mill miMcross millross
cross c ross sin sorrow life death tv v rytiiii rytiiiiWe rtlsttWe
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j to t o the captive Wo are thirsty trust trustthe
j the fountain to slake tak our thirst V A sr srungry r
hungry h ungry Jesus says I am a U the Hr P r r4t i iIJfe
IJfe J 4t We are condemned to die ir irsays r rays
5 says s ays Save that man from going aij dow i itho rhe
tho t he pit I am the ransom We ar ass t ton tn
on e n a sea of trouble Jesus cornea ovr ovrs otraying
s aying ring It in J bo not afraid ii iin
j in i n dankness Jesu Jesus says I am the hr5 > > ru ruand
and S M raornlaa star W We are wound 1 i isus
sus is the balm of GileaaY We are I Ioar
h i oar the shroud rend and the gea geaock
i locko l ock heave ae Ho 11 cries I am IL bv i iurrectlon rrrection <
urrectlon u and the life be that b biu u v
in Me 31 though h he were dead yet ihaii ihaiicondemnation hsl1
l ive V want juatfficUon lIetimg
flj by faIth5 u we W have peace with withwant <
t hrough our Lord Jesus Christ
want to exercise faith Beiiw in n
Lord Jesus Christ and thou ph hiit 11 11nvest
i nvest I want to get from uflir ufliretsusatWi
d etsusatWi Tbero Is stow thcrrt thcrrtondemmuo
condemnation e ondemmuo to tbm tbe who are in < ii iiesus
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name flames of deathHe sttffermi th thrn m 1 1shameHe
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wo woes U H iIMgI te to of heaven sing i
worlds of ltit to worlds of o UnM
around the hoavon cry Glory Jor Joru I Iit
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