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II. t jwt.trtu-f, it i- tra, is ln.'t 'i!i; v rirt utr.l,' but it ti aunoi.fn.ftl. la 'r-t:f ta! irrnii t!i nature of f vt-ry Ijuuiaii o:Vi.4t aiit th- t h.rAi.!r ot the iafrr.-l uai?fi:nmt are pablisht-l. by the Ja.fiie, ia H.4 Worl; ::! the jUxtttemel.t itay will only revr.41 to man th.a; wht' h 1 wi i!f:rlv Wtivw4 that which f .r a.'es has revolve I in 11:4 eterriAl, ua.nis lent, ial'al!iblt nnml. Set.r:ue i4 not sil.ly executed" tun n"t U-u a that sentence ha.4 not bea an noameil. I: i Aiiiajun. eJ tiere; ani heav en an 1 earth shall t a.54 ay but not une j it or ti'oe of the law shall fail to be tul-hlle-l. Nor is it. srcon.lly. beoaus i in.litl erent to Hi law ana to tht con.luct of man. 11:4 ti.nfi.vtiori with His government n taore intimate than Hailstone's with the Kavloni of r.ntain IIi.4 regard f.-r His !a leeer an l trtler than th.4t ever felt by earthly ju.le for the laws of his conuaon wealtf'i. Xiii lat'.er's relation is merely of ficial, the former's ! personal. The inter est, the reputation, the well-beiii; of the one state may deienii uin His tiJelity in the mm inratioa of justice; but the very tein; of the other His very existence arul life i i!ivulvei. The earthly j'hi,.'? has merely to j.reerv the in'erity ot the State, the ottier tne in;enw of His nature. U'lji!e, then, (i .,1 l..vt Hiruvlf i.ol to ay an'ht of His government an-1 laws while He loves Hinf,!', He must be intensely concerned 1:1 human actions and taust award the same with iriihi't fidelity and most ruid justice. ''Sentence is not si-'diiy exevuted'' but not because of anv indill'erence ia the J id.'-. ' Why, then, thix delay," we a'. Three aasrrs sa-tt them-elves. With i'xl thre is no ne-d of speedy execution. Arnon men there is danger of the prison er s e.-a:. Hit not so wiflHro-i. 'Sen tence is not speedily executed" U-cau-e w.t.a (i'xl is no hai'e. (me-iiv witii tue l,ord is A-s yea, an 1 1, ' years as o:: d IV. F ir'h I!v this ilei v men niav be led to rei eataace. Tl.e -i exec ution of the l- u 4.tv .rd4 tt.e oppirtun;ty f turning fr :n sm and death. '"It i appointed unto mn '. e to die and alter .,'. t ie jud merit." Martv the phra-o'.'gy "after t.'i it." T.ie j t lgmer.t virtually follows imair.a'e.y upon the death. As the tree falls efernallv it lies. In the grave is no ret"i.tance beyond the grave is no ref iraistion He that is u::jut, righteus f. thv and holy. Theref re, i I, in infinite mercv, aerts the 4entence of His law. He would giv tim for t!.e o-erafiori of the .-herrie of salvation. H- would have the H -iy .spirit iro forth and work upon human heart. He would la'x.r through H i nv:!'rr an 1 p.-oviden He would g'.ve r -c i to every j'lsible maas f it the r'!i;;ii';i.n of ttie b.4t. He would have H.s ?e-y deUv to aw4ken the d.spisifion t. r ,n'.in'c lie would s'.Artle men to t'rnk to raise 4:;. h question these; Wh? is not the threat execute.!? Why all this f. . pel and ordinatuvs this open st ;Vr.nt prer". anxious entreaties. 4.v-..r i; j.j-ji i -TiS all flo4 wondrous dis play of lnhui'e rrace- He wou'.d have t i.eiii lT4'eil by a deeti 4ene of vfiCir .rai t. t r 1 m i-t be your hnrt and nrve, h'o? aer. -f ia fa. e of a.l 1 ! ? gi m d ne4 and our jta'at. w fiave r,ot rent th a . r w -.t b ti.e c rv A K,f re.4 u f -r the leiav:'" er, W 1 4 r, .f 4; iv 1 , J V e I ei It of f e re. -! t. 4-1 ! t Ji, o-fl. i , t ,-- t !. -e -r 1 a t I.ri r a..l:.r-, if t 1 a.tit t oe.r I . 1 ' :'t i .. n li ,u. ". 1 ry t:m. a;d. .h-t.-.r j l- Very ri .i.ii.ir i f a-avrh, slol trv, ' a. id be upon us a.i t a; .a .ur . ?,! l.-e; ..; Atid tt.e :iiu.-derer lain was not in .re elh-4 Uuily u.'W-d than this f-opte, nai'i'i vvt..:u tr e world has ar:.-n to drive them from every cl.aie; aal who, scattered a.U.rr t.'.e eartti stand out under every sun, o!i '.':e ban 1 th- maTVelio IS (iioliUlia td ot i. :.IuaU on l.Ue ta.U' e l-o a 1 erv er if.ga'itude aud resatue.:ou and otLer, of liiviae InercV and Vell- a-k, h w m v we acciiut.t 1' r this m:ad and adaiuafi'ifie heart m :aaa' Th. ail siaii. ri-4.v..i, of tl.is conduct, it ve at u!l of the re.is.,11 ot irra'.i ou- is I'.rs: scious Not b-eaue men are unco'i of their ac ions Within everv human breast hether that of the civi'1.ed or barbarian one, of t!ie pral-os-'iiher or sava.'e is something .oii'in uaIIv accusing or excusing ileal; ' even 111 'ought, or "ought ioi " of lite. It is the inward vicegerent of ti..d, !a mg down la to the soul, saving in n-.'srd to virtue, "Po It." and ice. ' "."bun H. " Mas thing we call conscience tells mar: th tt he is varolii.'. Ia I tie f.ic of i's warnins and plea liii-ts lie gs t a to i!e-trta t:on. e,,nd-lt is not 1-ca'Je the w'uked imagtne that their sins are not known to 1 bid or that His law is too weak to puai-h them. "If our hetrts condemn cs, liodis greater than our n arts and knowcih all things." fbis is a feaet even of iiaiural re ligion. Hence the ot'.. rings a.'.ioag hcatliea of tea"t an I human vu :ims 'ill th.' ground aeii.-aaa theaifars lie. - inies reil and taedow with blood. Heicethc cry of scuhr aud inlldel ia Him: "Iaa'er and death. They know the a!:cig'iti.u3 of Jehovah liod." Third It is often becau-e of the idea especially it the life lass been a moral one that (bid somehow will overlook the offense. We may Matter ourselves that our sins are not as great as others; and that the mercy of !od may let them pass his severe judg ment. Hut this is a charge of weakness This is ex'oiling the divine grace at the exjtns" of divine justice. It is making: (Jo,! imperfect, which is tantamount to ignoring His being. It is an error of ignorance. Some sin may tie more enor mous than others we grant this but there is no such a thing as a yudtless or non-condemning sin. Every o!lVne is marked with an infinity of guiit. If we break the last commandment, are we not guily of breaking the whole. I break the last link in a chain. Do I not break the chain in two. The law is like our person. It has many members, but it is one whole a unit. It matters not what member is injured all is affected the integ rity, the completeness has been marred. OI let us learn this sia the thinjr sin even ia its smallest, in its infinitesimal degree is infinitely and eternally ofTcn-ive to (Jod. 'He cannot look upon it the Word as sures." Hut the moat common reason for man's action is there is no reasoning about it. iMiy it as we may, man's nature is sinful. Unpalatable as the doctrine is, nevertheless it is true that we are as prone to do evil as the waters are to t'ow to the sea and the tire to ascend to its parent sun. I'nless there be some prevention our course is inevitably downward. We come finally to the third and la"-t point of our text: the inference. "The sen tence is not speedily executed." Here is the implication that -'Th? fentnirr u-:,'t he iurl- tsfn.tfl." "The mills of the gods grind slow, but thev grind sure," is but a paan paraphrase of the hri'ian teaching, 'lie not deceived Ao." This position of the I'dhle is not arbitrary but logical. It is based on two great facts that inhere in the nature of things. ( l'i Hod's veracity; (-) the necessity of the case. View for a mo ment each of these propositions. Isy, First, Tne veracity of God is in voked in the execution sooner or later. The President of our country may veto a hill and the Senate pass it over his veto. A judge may pronounce a tenalty and that penalty hie never carried out. Hut not so in yonder court. The de.'laraiion of a fnalty is equivalent to its execution. No emergency can arise which can vosibly change the de cision, while the g-onnds upon which it is based continue. Trie law must be satisfied; the honor of (Jod must be vindicated; the lnalty must be visited. The edict is irrev ornhle. Now "great is the mystery of godliness" a substitute has been otfere i by Jehovah a way of ecae lias been planned; whereby none of thes conditions need le violated, which, from its exceeding ex cellency, is called both the wisdom and iMwer of (iod. I5ut this rejected, there can be no ho of salvation, liven the g 4is"l. which is the very embodiment of mrcy and love, is plain in the declaration ti.a". " He that beheveth shall not lie con demned." Father this is true or Jehovah' fa'se. There can be no middle ground Fur tier: Sec. nd There is a divine nei es s fy that the -enterire be executed. The perpetual commission of i:i wit impunhy would be iri'ojii?'ent with the sovereignty d.ori.i tf ,. :. ...ro .Ui,l iH.werf-il stu.-e Mi Iwis Catharine 11. Arfwd- a 1 '' : S f- X Ti I -A-T4 NlTw-V;,r;!i:l Itb..r,u.pro'.s-:v.wn:,a :ho ,cht of ! f, ,n.nif,r ,,.,,,, was 0,,ir ,.. Arf,0tl. Jp r. ri,:.. '! - I Uv'l n . ' ' r.r e, and bow. i:'se w.i.b ire. it has ; ret 1 , r. , . l'i - .'.'; -r- t .if I .1 ' - '!',,,fr:'!l:vrr,l.!.o,rt.,H,M1, it rhey were raan a-d at .dan- ; . f . ' , t K '- " ,ve, .1 w;;i me- ti.a.f!l w ... , ,,1M eh'-, rr in 1 -To. and have one child. V fr- , ' S'4u. ? rv hV"'' ';'vn !'; : , .r,rt.v ul- v; i a tl .Irl vd. ! V( trj , , . VUi:rVf k yiffr ;' '. ' 'f ' rrl :m ( '- ' J i I r ..- iwi i I jo , j LM,e Too . , . . . , , , . . . i : i : s- ' f .- I ' .v 1 -'-;- i' . '" ::is'"...?e t. . , ., .. .. rf ' y , I v , - - - - - - - : r.-i.-- ,.: ' , & XJl f g ' ' ' -: ' - -: -- - ''' .strerrrs 77', , . , - - - . - - '- . . . - : - ' v' : " ' i i : - ....... r- 4 . - : ., v .- v , : - ..; ' , . ... . : ; la: tt. (...; a li 'I s !: i.a e c. . I', i v of !..:,;. . d..t a ro.ii ti. w t. rt- I l.ee. 1 1 i ,.a as (.';:, -a An...: . je ' fiarra'ive 1') l'owtr ot p oil. aU'-Uls e rr and -iij j- , - r t l! ru in a rr. . .4 ' a I -! all. 1 I aa l ti;s I!: fee 1 '-. 1 e.s lft j.ra 1 li-aulae haa.: 'Ja i. :ty. Iia:r Wi-t.r-.l all ll.f True gleatnes U saal. "1 ki.ow lie s; 1, "'1 n o ra!;. e." M.x.ie gl.r, t I at vav s l.iiC give'l li .1 n:o:s. n, I iie notr oil An m v tu t l.ui nat of s hu t.il, 1 t.e lo t t i .Li v, ; 1 u all in. u Cell!)' ifrieei - - - LOST HIS HA . A Malt W.itk Ott Hit tiuillii t'h II (ail-.es ll'tiut.le fur llar l.er l ai l Ml. I "That hat cost lie Mao and ou w:!l have to pay tor it," said Mr. Thomas who keeps the hotel at fanrnmsburg, in Trap's t'.uiai-it. barber shop the other day. "No; I don't propose to wear another man's hat; I don't know whether .somebody made a mistake and took my hut or some of you fellers stole it. I want you to pay f r it, and pay for it now too." Mr. Thom.as laid be;jn ia tting shaved, and wben he went to gel his bat disco vt-led that II was krone some one had taken it and ielt another in its phi e. He got terribly ext ht d and would lisu-ii to riot.bing less than a priqeisition to pay for the missing tile. Mr. i.'raig tried to rea-on with film, but he would not te comforted. He i:''iiM-i the barbers, accus-d tlietu of stealing the liat, and linaily ii'oposed to have the whole crew taueu to lil i his brother was a cu:-.deia!e f r slier i-'r in it:.-1 unless the mato-r was settled thet aud then. "You won't scare ns by that kind of t:dk, said Mr. Craig. I would not mind j. tying you for the hat, but I can't a fiord to pay for all the hats that are exchanged here. I think I know the man who look your hat, and when he f.nds that iie ma le a mistake he will probably bring it hack. If tie don't I will speak to him the first time he passes here, and I know I tain gel your hat hick here all right. Such mistakes fre quently happen here, but I don't know that we -are to blame. Only yeterday a man lost what he supposed was ins hat tiere. and while he wa Irving to find out who lia l taken it. another gentle man came ia from ttie Hnd;e Street House and said he had iu-t had a similar exper ience at the hotel. In talking about the matter it was discovered that t.ne man who had lost his hat here had hi mself exchanged hats at the hotel, and sornebodv had played the same trick on him here. It was three or four days tiefore the thrci hat-s found their owners, but there was no tnmhie about the matter. Now, if you don't want to wear this hut, I will get you one which you can wear until yours is brought back, but I can't pay yo 1 for your hat." "Well, if vou don't want to pay me give me f2 -a dollar and a half," said Mr. Thomas, but Mr. Oaig declined to pay, and Mr. Thorn- I. ft the shop, exclaiming: "I'll sue you! I'll sue you! ou'!l pay for this." He went ino a neighborio store aud paid a dollar f or a sui.stiiute f r the three dollar har. and then went to Jusii.e West fall's ofiioe Jin ! h gaa said against Mr. Craig for the va'U' of the lost hai. The summons was put info the hands of (.Vistable Chamberlain, wiio, after serving it. called Mr. Cra g into a back room and told him tiiat it was a small mattvr, which it -would be better to settle before further rov wtre made. "I have lived in Crand Uipids too lon to be bulldozed,'' said Mr. Craig, and ttie can stable departed. A. few 'hours after Mr. Thomas left the shop, the gentleman whose carelessness caused all the trouble passed the shop. He had not discovered his mistake, hut did to when asked to examine his hat. The hats were very much alike in appearance, Mr. Thomas' being les valuable than the other. Neitlar was worth more than l..rx. Ttie careless gentleman was glad to get his hat back again, and Mr. Thomas' hat awaits the order of the owner at ttie shop. The summons against Mr. Cra'g is returnable next Wednes day. July 21. It is understood that Mr. Thoma has engaged a lawyer, and expects to get satisfaction for his trouble and annoy ance. He will probably be satisfied when he pays Ids lawyer. llilrhllit; I'ost. Cast iron hitchirnr posta at $1 r, f2 00, fU, f.'.o0. H, f). f shd $U. Something handsome and durable. Krown, Hall .t Co. SHE GETb A D VOelCt. Catharine I,wla Itoiinre Her Hartender Ilimband, the I'rettj Arfwelen. - X - - ' - - -v.. V r The domestic troubles ofCatharine Lewis, yic 1 JNl f I the well known Ttres-. which h ive be,-n &bs 1 f j (tT I th s .ur.e of g.,-;p Hmong stage foiki, wvre fcf!)'? 1 Km V- JLL sit- y JlrO ended v-.-terd4V bv a decree of divor-e oh- 'v K V '-f ' 'Vd".;i ! ; tamed by h ragui...i her husband. o:T!he 1 'i 'tv. 'j; t hae ..' W h rr do Vo. i. V. '" " t- lU l'. o.l. slrerl. s.r i..rl',Cf If V .a aia t if;: g. Id do f sl .a.te ll..t:' .aili.rr. ' lie l..a'l bad lAtaiiV, Mid- rU.-pti lr shocd the kM !..r iato a t ;o r.-.a ia tt.e 1 tool M-.ry of r 1 riv 1 :. re we;e Ififi-e i.;drt-a. ad i ea t l. k vv oa.0'1 al.d a se lag lna a 1 i.e .H!,aa epl bra i it p.r aal often Lu tfout!rs taloe f.'oUi t'.e df hust.ial d. 1 Lat t a!j IA s tbrtrt.'h ot this j'ateli.e est lie ; 1 tiev t Ur :r d if e All .'.ket Libra! it ' rtl! v ow ,rd I- "Ail i.Lt. 1 He gave the that lua.ie her sjid I 1,1.1" liriUe, lls.ng Woman a sum id ruuiicv Sjtri bless '('time a'ong wilh lae," said Harst to the hasbatid, w ho obeye.1 w it l. a!aTd At the next corner the Seimt turned Ibe niiiazrd lima o t r to a j-oliieaisn. 'l! ok t os fellow for vagrancy," said the pa.;a!i t.arop.st "1 !! aj-peor against bini tomor row, lie's i-eu striking rue tor a piete." "Now. you," said I'ti. le (borgc nrvl day, wt.e.a he had secured U seUletn e of tbler nioiiths for the loafer, ' if y.-u've a mind to be dti-efit when you g t tuit, come to ne arid I'll give vo l a show.'' And ibe aau, tare' moatiis later, d.v! come. l'n. ( ieorge vj-nt i. i m arid bis fatnilv to one if his ralic'if s, where, to do the irlioW jusli.-e, he has ftvoide. the bottle and U-havrd finn scif "1 ain't pp"se i to drink'n'," the Senator is given t remarking. 'If a man can afford it, all rigid; bat hen he can't. I go in for sendin' hira to jail." Nu-i l',:inrt:. x Watch fori mh! I.iiSf Horse Shoe. Three fur 1 w . The "S".ar (4urse" of en under the ampicif the V ( be commenced JTuesdaVi evt? Helen Totter in' liY 'jralil,''! t itais I hee entertainments wortbv and well wof.h ,.' cer. by securing a course ticket cents. The ri, 4$ secures three. . Have full line ol isle filoves. Mrs. A. MciWhliirt the lre-smaker at 7'. Monroe St., Iisa-raoved to 141i Monroe bt., where she w'ill bNleast'd to meet all her old customers. Itemember Can you the largest lit city. Have just lower prices than xter can show rig Hairs in the large line at The CutleTl Vset Grand Haven, have now rum mencet day night hop. their regular Satur- OOSiO YARDS PLMN, BROCADED AND STRIPED Silks and Satins, BLACK AND COLORS, REDUCED FROM $1.50, S2.00, 2.50, SHOO, $3.50, A XI) UPWAKDS TO- 99c ONLY 99c Come and sec the Greatest Bar gain ever offered. E. P. Kidder & Ik A. PREUSSER j 4, v o k ' T. - 7 . . - r :. - .- - low.'.' r-f O ', if i.- 13 M?r4-r,-t C rf;rd, O. hi rtaintnen's. 4 T. I'., will Ing bv Miss fterarv lle- Sire a'l very - each, but 011 save 7a IrtainmeJos t tvu tea k tiyd' -1 V 'HI ins-vig Ninctv-Ninc Cents! REDMOND'S t x i t t t ' s I C I . 1 U ? w re,- .; - "s- 4.FV r- . i a ., I Two Sollard Buys a Tickt-t and a Chance to Own j this Magnificent Property TIM' IS IIP,ll'--lll!ll!ii: 1111' Mi. LEFT. Abd ,-this is 1 the Wheel i W .4 J From which the Fortunate Number will be Drcawn, Tuesday Evening. Doors Open at 7 P M. Concert Commences at 8 o'clock sharp, and the Drawing immediately att r its conclusion. IMPBTiKT MIBDUIMEIIT! CloaiViK'e Snly of Suminei laJ). Hvm both I lack and lnVcolo,?? at los than liaKlvUMi foi'incr price. l 11 tll --THE- 66 CrTo wn IF IN SUMMER STOVE Call iuv! i-'j.r n-lr:; O'.r Lnro Assortment. i-'osTI-irSTI-'Viifc CO., zo nnd 12 MONKOE STREET. S'f:-: I" t l f f f. tiVLlZD OF A