Clipped From The Stevens Point Journal
Crffmnn CU 7 to t r. K l t l n B L K , Or The P u l p i t itud the Kuv. 3Ir. McChesney of the (list church, spoke last Sunday rung in his pulpit, on the subject " the reliability of the laws govern life," -- taking as his text. (jalntians 0-7, " Whatsoever a soweth that shall he also reap."' Under the head of morals he to the recent tragedy on our street. and said substantially as follows : It was not the result of a impulse. The deed itself indicated that it was "remediated and It was not only iijurderous, but cowardly. Whoever did the killing, and it is not in our province to who, did it because he was trained for that kind of work. He could have done that at the age of Years of schooling: in dark deeds were necessary to fire those fatal shots. The trouble now is that the man is prepared for a iike deed, under a Â«Iight pretext, could do same thing again. His sowing been made, and ho reaps his though it be the death of the By this act, our whole is involved. It touches every in our city. The fair nsimeoi'Stevens Point has been made a by-word throughout our land. Lite is of value, and in constant peril. We ran only redeem our good by ft rigid i-iiforcernent of law. Xo act of violence will restore the equilibrium, but a healthy public sentiment ought to prevail for the just punishment of the guilty. InUns we may hope for safety.