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EASTER SUNDAY SERMON
"COME, SEE THE PLACE WHERE
THE LORD LAY."
of Eloquent DlwourM DeliT
Sunday, March 8, by the
T. Do Witt Talra&ire Titla at th
' "The Split Mauaolsum.
New York, March 29. Dr. Talmage
pnached an Easter sermon to his two audi
aces today. Both at the morning service
in Brooklyn and at the Christian Herald
ervice in New York in the evening the
.Academies or Music were bright with a
profusion of flowers, Easter lilies being
conspicuous. A selection of music appro
priate to tne lestival was beautifully ren
ered at each service. The v text of the
preacher's discourse was Matthew xxviii, 6,
"Come, see the place where the Lord lay."
Visiting any great city, we are not satis-
M I i i i . . . .
" mi un wo unve tuso looKea as its ceme
tary. We examine all the styles of ceno-
sapn, mausoleum, sarcopnagus, crypt and
sculpture. Here lies buried a statesman,
yonaer an orator, here a poet, out there an
Inventor, in some other Dlace a enwi. nhl.
. lanthropist. Bat with how much greater
merest ana witn more depth of emotion
w look upon our familv nlot in the mmm
tel v. In the nnn ojtsu it. ia n motto, -if K
lie interest, in the other it is a matter of
ana neartieit attecuon. But
round the grave at which we halt this
- morning there are gathered all kinds of
stupendous interest. At this sepulcher, I
have to tell you in this sepulcher there
irms ourieu a King, a conqueror, an email
11" ft f"TViMt: fAn.
-tarch of the univerHe. hnfc hntiA nf nnr tvinn
" and flesh of our flesh, and sorrow of our
wmw, ana nearc or our neart. "Uome
ee the place where the Lord lay."
THE MANOR niP jrkHRTn
' ft has for Rn rrnn nrl in Oi the mani. n
the suburbs of Jerusalem, a manor owned
"J a weaitny gentleman by the name of
wwsepn. tie was one oi tne court oi seven-
Tw had voted in the negative, or, being a
timid man, had been absent at the time of
uw casting or tne vote, tie naa laid out
the parterre at great expense. It was a hot
timate, and I suppose there were broad
touched trees and winding paths under-
"mt ninth t.hom whilA tin,ijn t lia wat-Ama mrnilA.i
ver the rock into a fish pool, and yonder
ue vines ana tne nowers clambered over
the wall,' and all around there were the
beauties of kiosk and arboriculture. After
th fatigues of the Jerusalem courtroom.
haw refreshing to 'come out in these
aburbs hntn.iiicAl jinrl nnmAlnoipnlt
I walk a little further on in the parterre
wa f come across a cluster or rocks, and I
ee on them the marks of a sculptor's
nisei, l come still closer and I find that
there is a subterranean recess, and I walk
4own the marblentaini anci Mmitji wnt.
i over the doorway an architecture of
wuua man nowers cniseiea by tne Hand of
be sculptor. I go into the portico, and on
either Bide there are rooms, two op four or
MX rooms of rock; in the walla niches,
ach niche large enough to hold a dead
"J. ' one or tnese rooms or rock is espe
weaitny witn sculpture. It was a
heantiful and charming spot. Why all
thiat Thn. tsu-t w t.hlt: Jnnanl, kh. rn.
crf the narterre. of that wMlthv mrn
had recncmlwrf thn txi?r. th.f.
always walk those gardens, and he sought
uuiuwa tasii resting piaoe. wnat a
hamntiful plot in which to wait for the
' '"ifABC- WEIX Vbh' If man. rrfu- -
Mark well the mausoleum in the rock.
& ia ta Via th mnaf. MUKMtdfl.tnn.lt 1n ii
Jba ages; catacombs of Egypt, tomb of
nmtm.nwmu, ixinuai iaj oi India, nothing
nuinw mm is. . vnnst naa just been
.Murdered, and his bodv mnnt h thmirn
at to the dogs and the ravens, as was
Huirumary witn crucinea bodies; unless
there be prompt and effective hindrance.
Joseph, the owner of the mausoleum, begs
mr nie ooay or jurist, ana be takes and
washes the poor and mutilated frame from
the blood and the dust, and shrouds it and
perfumes it. , j
I think embalmment was omitted'. When
ia olden times they wished to embalm a
d body, the priest with some pretension
a medical skill would show. the point be
tween the ribs where the incision was to
hn made. Then tba operator would come
Mid make the incision, and then run tor
his life else he would be slain for violating
the dead body. Then the other priests
would come with salt of niter, and cassia,
sad wine of palm tree, aud complete' the
embalmment. But I think in this case ein
halmment was omitted lest there be more
excitement and another riot The funeral
advances. Present, Joseph, the owner of the
mausoleum; Nicodemos, who brought the
Sowers, and the two Marys - Heavy bur-
on the shoulders of two men, as they
arry the body of Christ down the marble
tails and into the portico, and lift the dead
weight to .the. level of the niche in the
ock, and push the body of Christ into the
nly pleasant resting place it ever had.
These men coming forth close the door of
lock against the recess. The government,
afraid that the disciples would steal the
body of Christ and play resurrection, put
apon the door the seal of the Sanhedrim,
the violation of that seal, like the violation
f the seal of the United States govern
ment or of the British government, always
followed with severe penalties..
; ' ' THE GUARD OF THB TOMB.
A regiment of soldiers from the tower of
Antonio is detailed to guard that mauso
leum. At the door of that tomb a fight
took place which decided the question for
all graveyards and cemeteries. Sword of
lightning against sword of steel. Angel of
God against the military. - The body in the
crypt begins to move in its shroud of fine
linen and slides down upon the pavement,
moves through the portico, appears in the
doorway, comes np the marble'' steps.
Christ, having left his mortuary attire be
hind him, comes f ortjh in the garb of a
workman as I take it, from the fact that
the women mistook him for the Hardener.
There and then was shattered the tomb
so that if can; never be rebuilt. All the
trowels of earthly masonry cannot mend
iL Forever and forever " it 'is a broken
tomb. Death that day taking the side of
the military received a horrible cut under
the angel's spear of flame, and must him
elX go down at the last the King of Ter
rors disappearing before the King of Grace.
Toe Lord is risen." Hosannal lr-.,
O weep no more, your comforts slain:
The Lord is rues; he Uvea again.
When one of the old Christiana was
dying he said he saw on the sky the letter
"V," ' and he said, 1 cannot understand
what that is I see against the sky; it is the
letter 'V.' " A Christian standing beside
him said, "I know what it means; that let
ter V stands for "victory.' " 1 gather up
all LfiASA AIs tiulair anirl T Dtn V.
over tne graves oi your Christian dead
wie tetter v ror victory. "it
"resurrection." "T" for "triumnh." "H
lor "heaven. " "The Lord is risen." Ho
sannal While standing around the place where
the Lord; lay am lmp.-e-sHd witn the fntX
that mortuary honors cannot atone for
wrongs to the living. If they could have
afforded Christ such a costly sepulcher
i,uey cociti nave attorned him a decent
earthly residence. Will they give a piece
of marble to the dead Christ when they
mignc nave given a soft pillow to the liv
insr Christ? If t.huv l.n1 m.t hi
pense of that mausoleum in the making of
jurist s uie on eartb comfortable the
story would not have been so sad. lie
wanted hrpnrl? t.hnv cmva him a tt
Christ, like every other benefactor of the
woria, was oetter appreciated after he was
dead. ' Westminster Atttw and mnnn.
mental Greenwood are to a certain extent
the world's attempts by mortuary honors
awue lor neglects to tne Irving. oets
Corner in " Westminster Abbey is an at
tempt to pay for the sufferings of Grub
street. I go into- that Poets' Corner of
Westminster Abhev and tlwra I flnJ thn
grave of Handel, the musician from whose
uiusiv wo urar wju ay as it goes down re
verberating through the ages. While
I stand at the costly tomb of Han
del I cannot forget the fact that
his fellow musicians tried to destroy him
with their discords. T ima 1 i t-1 1 a ,wi.n1.jn
the Poets' Corner of Westminster Abiiey
ana i nna tne grave of John Dryden, the
great poet. Costly monument, great mor
tuary honors, but I cannot forget the fact
that at seventy years of age he wrote about
the oppressions of misfortune, and that he
made a contract for a. thousand verses at
sixpence a line. I go a little farther in the
Poets' Corner and I find the grave of Sam
uel Butler, the author of "Hudibras."
Wonderful monument, costly mortuary
uvuors. v nere aia ne die? In a garret
I move farther on in the Poets' Corner
and I find the grave of a poet of whom
Waller wrote: An old schoolmaster by
the name of John Milton baa written a
tedious vol n nie nn r.ho full rt mn if
length be no virtue it has none." I go a little
uuxuer on in tne foets' corner and I find
t ne grave of bbendan. ' Alas! for Sheririnn
i'oor bberidan! Magnificent mortuary
uonora. w nat a pity it was he could not
wive uiscountea mat monument for a
mouthful of something t,nsi.t nv, nnflKnl
children, give your old parents less tomb
stones and more hlanVp.ta Iocs fn nnol and
morebedronm! Kiv np?mnt 9 t-u
-" auw. wn &-ui? uiuucj
now expended at Burns' banquets would
iiutuc uie Kreac acotcn poet comfort
able and kent him fmm haincr olmnof noa.
I - vwauQ uiaujvow um.
ried to death by the drudgery of an excise
iuau. xioruce ureeiey outrageously abused
while he lived going out to his tomb was
followed bv the nrrwidpnt nf ths TTnitl
States and ' the leading men of the army
and the navy. Some people could not say
bitter enough t.hinera nhnnt Mm nhiln k.
lived; all the world rose up to do him honor
wnen ne aiea. jaassachusetts at the toinbof
tnaries Sumner tried to atone for the ig
nominious resolutions with which her
legislature denounced the livinsr
It was too late Tha mctlv mn..MAn .. .
Sprimrfield. Ilia., cannot n fnr Pnntw.
bnllet. -' Costly -mortnary honors on thn
V 1 -. . jlB T 1 T- 1 ...
wuub ui uiKti ".Tie nnnnni rnnr rnct
tween $200,000 and 2300.000 nunnt nnv
sue assassination OI James A. Garfield.
. . ' j -
JJo justice to the living. All the justice
you do VOU will bava tsi tin this sirla thn
gates of the necropolis. The' dead cannot
wake up to count the number of carriages
in the procession or see the polish on the
Aberdeen irrAnita or .tA iMd tUa ....1.. n
epitaphat commemoration. . Costly mango
cum ui wn geuLieman in tne suburbs of
Jerusalem cannot atone for Bethlehem's
manger and Calvarean cross and Pilate's
4 APTROPEIATB ORNAMENTS von mnuna'
' AeainT' Standing in thin nlu irlisn ikn
Lord lay I am impressed with the fact
that floral and aculnt.nm.1 Dmant.t;n
are aDDroDriate for th nlaia nt thn a..a
We are all glad that in the short time of
"o . oaviour s innnmation hn nv smi,i
nowers and sealntnm - i MnMA nni,a
understand what I see in the newspapers
nucre, nuiiu mo aanounoements and ob
sequies, the friends request "send no flow
ers." Why, there is no place so appro
priate for flowers as. the casket of the de
parted. If your means allow I repeat, if
Your means allow tat. than R
tne. casket, flowers on the hearse, flowers
" tve. rut mem on tne brow; it
means coronation. Put them in the hand:
it. means victory.. Christ waa bnriarl in
parterre. Christ was buried in a Harden .
Flowers are tvnes of resnrnRMnti . tv,ok
is sad enough anthntr Tt MnaAM,aA...
and arboretum do all they can in the way
vi -uinviution. xour little girl loved flow
er8 while she was alive. Put them in her
bands, now that she cannot eo forth and
Dluck' floweni ..far..hfistAlf nn n.nnf.i.4n..'
- i. ominiiiuj
"J twist a gariana ror ner still heart.
Brooklvn haa nn cniinflo,i,inim . i. n v.
Greenwood, nor Boston than her Mount
Auuuru, uor r-nuaaeipnia tnan her Laurel
TT ! 1 1 r .! -. . . . . . .
iiuoiniiau cnau ner Spring Grove,
nor San Francisco than her T
tain. What shall I say of those country
graveyards where the vines have fallen
down and the slab in aslant.
is caved in and the grass is the pasture
grouau lor tne sexton's cattle. Are your
father and mother of
have no more respect than that for their
uuuKwr some aay gatner together and
straighten up the fence and lift the slab
and bank up the mound and tear nut. thn.
weeds and plant the shrubs. After
while you yourself will want to lie down
to the last alumhar If vnn lo. nn M
gard for the bones of your ancestors, your
children will have no deference for your
bones. Do you say these relics are of no
importance? You will see of how much
importance they are when the archangel
takes out his trumpet. Turn all your
graveyards into gardens.
FOUIt ONLY PRESENT AT THB BURIAL.
Standinsr in this nlaiii vrlum tn.
lay I am also im Dressed with th rilcmitv
of unpretending obsequies. Joseph that
day was mourner, sexton, livery man had
the entire charge of all the occasion. Four
DeODle onlv at the hnrial nf thn. irtnr.rt
the Universe. Let this be consolatory to
those who, through small means or lack of
laree acauaintance. hava tint, lit.t.io
stration of grief at the grave of their dead.
it is uot necessary. .Long line ol glittering
equipages, $wo rowa of silver handles, cas
ket Of COStlv WOOd. nail heuvra nnrfnl
and gloved are not necessary.
. jurist looks out from heaven at a burial
where there are six in nthnininnnn
members there are two more than he had
at his obsequies. Not recognizing this idea,
how many small properties are scattered
in the funeral rites, and. widowhood and
orphanaire go. out to the cold charity of the
world. The departed left enough property
to have kerit the funiw bumtkn. n i l.
1 J -.nnw
eould take care of themselves, but it is all
uovnucuui uis mneTu rites, ''nat went
for crape which ought to have gone for
bread. A man of small
anTora to die in one of our a-rtmt. ir. i
Funeral nafean t. p v is nntvi.AA.. - v
1 C3 J ll&VOWIUjr, inu
one was ever more lnvincriir ai t i..
pnt into the grave than Christ, but there
wens oniy iour in tne procession.
Alfain. standintr in r.iia nlnnn V. .i.
O " nrnai, HUOH tUC
Jord lay, I am impressed with the fact that
you cannot keep the dead down. The ser.l
of the Sanhedrim, a regiment of soldiers
from th tower or Antonio to stand gaard,
floor of rock, roof of rock, wall of rock,
niche of rock cannot keep Christ in the
crypt Come out and come up he must.
Came out and came up he did. Prefigura
tion. The first fruits of them that slwn
Just as certain as yon and I go down into
the grave, just so certain we will coine up
again, xnougn you pile up on tbo top of
ns all the bowlders 'Of the mountains you
cannot keep us dfcwn. Though we be
buried under the coral of the deepest cav
ern of the Atlantic ocean we will rise to
the surface. '
Ah! my friends, death and the grave are
not what they used to be to us, for now,
walking around the spot where the Lord
lay, we find vines and flowers covering up
the tomb, and that which we called a place
of skulls has become a beautiful garden.
Yea, now there are four gardens instead of
one Garden of Eden, Garden of the
World's Sepulcher, Garden of Earth's Re
generation, Garden of Heaven.
WITH TRUMPETS AND SHOUTINGS. -
Various scriptural accounts say that the
work of grave breaking will begin with the
blast of trumpets and shoutings; whence I
take it that the first intimation of the day
will be a sound from heaven such as lias
never before been heard. - It may not be so
very loud, but it will be penetrating. There
are mausoleums so deep that undisturbed
silence has slept there ever since the day
when the sleepers were left in them. The
great noise shall strike through them.
Among the corals of the sea, miles deep,
where the shipwrecked rest, the sound will
strike. No one will mistake it for thunder
or the blast of earthly minstrelsy. There
will be heard the voice of the uncounted
millions of the dead, who come rushing
out of the gates of eternity, flying toward
the tomb crying: "Make wayl Oh, grave.
give us oacit our ooayi We gave it to you
in corruption; surrender it now in iucor-
mntion." Thniisariria nf anlno
. ' " D(riw niuuu
from the field of Sedan, and from among
tne rocas oi irenysDurg, and from among
tne passes oi soutn Mountain,' A hundred
thousand am 'o.ftnvc-rl in tr Cnunmnnn n
this grave three spirits meet, for there were
1. i 1; ; .1 . . ,. n . . .
uuuies in mac tomoi uver that fam
ilv vault twentv sni rite
were twenty bodies. . ;i -,
From New York to Liverpool, at every
few miles nn tlia rwi vnnte a mnn n
dreds of spirits coming down to the water
tu inwjs tueir ooaies. see tnat multitude!
That is where tie Central America sank.
And yonder multitude! : That ia vhmw t.Vio
Pacific went down. Found at last! That
18 wiiere the City of Boston sank. . And
yonder the President went down. A soli
tary Sbirit alinrhta on vnnrioi tiHin, 'rt.nf
is where a traveler perished in the snow.
x ne whole air is full of spirits spirits fly
ing- north, spirits flvintr snnth. snirits flf.
ing east, spirits flying west. Crash! goes
estminster anoey as all its dead kings
nu orators ana poets get up.
' Stranze comminsplinir nf sniWte cuoUTiinn
among the ruins. ; William "Wilberforce.
uraguuu, auu vueen miizaoetn; the bad.
Crash! go the pyramids, and the nionarchs
vi jigypt nse out or tne heart of the desert.
Snap! go the iron gates of the modem
vaults. The country graveyard will look
like a rough plowed field as the mounds
break open. AH the kintm nf thn earth-
all the senators; all the great men; ali the
beggars; all tbe armies victors -and van
quishedr all . the aees-barbario and niril.
ized; all those who were chopped by guil
lotine or simmered in the fire or rotted in
duneeons: all the infanta nf a H . all tliu
octogenarians all 1 all! Not one straggler
Clb 1K1UQU. a ill aillP.. f ::! t .- r '
" And now the air is darkened with, the
fragments of bodies that are comitiff to
gether from the opposite corners of the
eartn. Lost limbs . findinsr thir mate-
bone to bone, sinew to- sinew until every
joint is reconstructed, and every arm finds
its socket, and the amputated limb of the
surgeon's table shall be set. again at the
point from which it waa aewrnl A uu-.
geon told me that after the battle of Bull
Ban he amputated limbs, throwing them
Ottt of the window, until- the pile reached
up to the window , sill. . AH, those frag
ments will have to take, their: places.
Those who were, born blind shall have
eyes divinely kindled; - those' who were
lame shall have a limb substituted. , In
all the hosts of the resurrected not one eye
missing, .not one foot clogged, not one
arm palsied, not one tongue dumb, not
one ear deaf. -, ', , .,,
PEACE TOWARD HEAVEN AMD KABTHj. '
Wake UD. . mv . -friends this Hnv ,
dlorious ICaster mnrninir with nil fluun
congratulations. . If I understand this jay.
iu uicuus peace towara neaven ana peace
toward earth. Great wealth of flowers!
Bring more flowers. ' Wreath them
the brazen throat of ' the- cannon, plant
tbem in the deserts until it shall blossom
like the rose, braid them lntn t.ha mnn
the war charger as he comes back. ' No
more red dahlias of human blood. . Give us
white lilies of peace. Strew all the earth
with Easter garlands, for the resurrection
we celebrate this morning implies all kinds
of resurrection; a score of resurrections. ;
Resurrection from : death and sin to the
life of the eosDeL Resurrection of annc
tolic faith. Resurrection of commercial in
tegrity. - Resurrection of national honor.
Resurrection of international goodwill.
Resurrection of art. Resurrection of liter
ature. Resurrection of everything that is
good and kind and ppnprnm anrl Stmt, nn.i
uuiy anu oeauuiui. jNothmg to stay down.
to stay buried, but sin and darkness and
pain and disease and revenge and death.
Let tllOKe tnrrv in thn, irr...
"Glory to God in the highest, and on earth
(-cauc, guuu win to men.
Christ, the Lord, is risen today.
Sons of men and angels say.
Raiae your songs and triumphs high, '
Sing, ye heavens, and earth reply.
Ixve's redeeming work is done.
Fought the light, the battle won.
Lo! the sun's eclipse is o'er; .
Lol he seta in blood no more.
Bather t Hew Trlefc ; .
A gentleman ' who reside, xvit-.hln sk.
bath dav's iournev of Sm-intrfloiH ia
sore over a horse transaction. ' He -visited
a dealer with a view to baying a mate to a
" uwuou. ine aeaier sf.owed him
one which Baited him. bat adviaad him nnt
to buy the animal, as : he did not- consider
him "right," and he went his way. As the
story goes, another dealer learned that this
man wanted a horse
stepped around to dealer No. 1 and bought
vira uwitw m quouuu, ana altera week or
more drove the horse around to the would
be tarebaser. who was ttlien urtt-h ti,.
mai, and made a trade, paying $100 in ex-
vi un price asaea oy dealer No. 1.
The purchaser soon fonnd ha hH hnnh.
the horse he had first looked at. Spring
field Homestead.,-, - . -
; ' " ' BodiOM of KM. -' '-
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card cases. etc made of thiu rHnn: .,ti.
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sent to any address for $1.50 per year.
It will contain from four to six eight
column pages, and we shall endeavor
to make it the equal of the best. Ask
your Postmaster a copy, or address.
Officle, N. W. Cor. Washington and JSecond Sts.
The Gate City of the Inland Empire is situated at
the head of navigation on the Middle Columbia, and
is a thriving, prosperous city.' '
;' It is th ft RnnnlTT- n.it.rr fn-r an fiTtoneiwo a-rA -nv.
cultural an -I grazing country, its trade reaching as
far south as Summ'er Lake, a distance of over twe
nundred miles. . . , ,
of the the Cascades furnishes ' pasture for thousands
x oicujj, i,v wwi u uiu waicn uhqs market nere.
: :;The Dalles is the larerest n-riiri-nni wnnl slii
point in America, about
shipped this year, v ; ..
. r -. ;;;T; : its : prodxtcts. .; : ; ; ; :
yieldilfg this year a revenue of $1,500,000 which can
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. ' The products of the , beautiful Klickital valley find
market here. fl.T.fl ..'hia frknrft"tr "aex-nln arrt
year filled the warehouses,
places to overflowing with
-v 1TJS WIJALTH
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SlOIieV IS srn...OTor1 ntror an
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more farming country than
Its situation is unsurpassed!- Its climate deliet
ful! Its possibilities incalculable! Its resources un
limited! And On these COmer Stones she Rtnnrls
politics, and in its
naner. and not fvnm
WOOL MARKET. v
5,000,000 pounds being
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and all available storage
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is tributary to any other