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THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1869,
T. DoWitt TaJmasre Preaches
a Marlni Discourse
In Portland, Oregon Spiritual Ship.
:.. wraoks ntid Their CiM-Ho to
' b STd Prayer for Dlvlns
Help It Essential.
. Rev. T. DeWlttTalmage preachod rocent
. ly to a vast- audience at Portland, Ore.,
. taking for bis' text I. Cor. Ix, 27: "Lett I
mysolf ahould be cast av. ay." Following ia
In the presence ot you who lire on the
Pacific Coast, I who live on the Atlantic
, Coast may appropriately speak on tbls ma
rine allusion ot the text, for all who know
about the sea know about the castaway.
' The text Implies that ministers ot religion
may help otbert Into Heaven and yet miss
it themselves. The carponters that built
Noah's ark did not get into It thomselves.
Gown and surplice, and diplomas, and ca
. nonlrals are no security. Cardinal Wolsey,
after having been petted by kings, and hav
ing entertained foreign ambassadors at
Hamilton Court, died In darkness. One of
'' the most eminent ministers ot religion that
" this country has ever known, plunged into
in and died: his Heart, Dj post-mortem ex
amination, found to have been, not flgura-
tlvelv. but literally, broken. We may havn
hands of ordination on the head, and ad
dress consecrated assemblages, but that la
no reason why we shall necessarily reach
the realm celestial. The clergyman must
go through the same gate of pardon as the
layman, i There have been casta of shlp-
wreck where all on board escaped excepting
the captain. Alas) if, having "preached
to others, I myself ahould be castaway."
God forbid it.
I have examined some ot the commen
taries to see what they thought about this
word "castaway," and I And they differ in
regard to the figure used, while they agree
in regard to the meaning. Ho I shall make
.' my own selection, and take it In a nautical
and seafaring sense, and show you that
men may become spiritual castaways, and
how Anally they drift into that calamity.
You and I live in seaboard cities. Tou
have all stood on the beach. Many of you
have crossed the ocean. Home of yoi have
managed vessels in great stress of weather.
There Is a sea captain, and there is another, '
and yonder Is another, and there are a goodly
number of you who, though once you did
not know the difference between a brig and
bark, and between diamond knot and a
sprit sheet sail knot, and although you
could no t point out the weather cross Jack
brace, and though you could not man the
fore clew garnets, now you are as familiar
with a ship as you are with your nghthana,
and if it were necessary you could take a
vessel clear across to the mouth of the Mer
sey without the loss of single sail. Well,
there Is a dark night in your memory of the
.m.. The vessel became unmanageable.
Yon saw it was scudding toward the shore.
You heard the cry: "Breakers ahead I Land
on the lee bow I" The vessel struck the rock
and you felt the deck breaking up under
your feet, and you were a castaway, aa
when the Hercules drove on the coast of
Caffraria, as when the Portuguese brig
went staying, splitting, grinding, crashing
on the Goodwins. But whether you have
followed the sea or not, you all understand
the figure when I tell yoo that there are
' men, who, by their alna and temptations.
are thrown helpless I Driven before the
rain I Wracked for two worlds I Castawavsl
Castaways I -
... - -
By talking with some sea captains, I have
' found out that there are three or four causes
for such a calamnity to vessel. 1 have
been told that It sometimes comes from
creating false light on the beach. This was
often so in olden times... It is not many
years ago, Indeed, that vagabounds used to
wander up and down the beach, getting
vessels ashore in the night, throwing up
false light In their presence and deceiving
them, that they may despoil and ransack
them. All kinds of Infernal arts were used
to accomplish this. . And one night, on the
Cornish coast, when the sea was coming la
fearfully, some villains took a lantern and
tied it to a horse, and led the horse up and
down the beach, the lantern swinging to
the motion of the horse, and a sea captain
in the offing saw it and made up his mind
that he was not anywhere near the short).
for he said: "There's a vessel that must
be a vessel, for It has a movable light," and
be bad no apprehension till he heard the
rooks grating on the ship's bottom, and It
went to pieces and the villains on shore
gathered hp the packages and treasures
that were washed to the land. And I have
to tell yon that there are a multitude of
souls ruined by false lights on the beach
' In the dark night of man's danger false re
ligion goes up and down the shore, shaking
Its lan torn, and men look off and take that
flickering nWexplring wick as the signal
ofaafetv, and the cry la: "Heave the main
topsail to the mast I All is well I" when
BUtluon ucsiruuuuu vuiuovu uiaju iudiu, bjiq
they shall not escape. 80 there are all
kinds ot lanterns swung on the beach-.
philosophical lanterns, educational lan
terns, humanitarian lanterns. Men look at
' them and are deceived, when there Is noth
ing but God's eternal lighthouse of the
gospel that can keep them from becoming
castaways. One,- on 'Wolf Crag light
house, they tried to build a copper figure of
,- wolf with its mouth open, so that the
storms beating Into it the wolf would howl
forth the dangers to mariners that might be
anywhere near the coast. Of course it was
failure And so all new invention for
saving man's soul are unavailing. What
- the human race went is light bursting
' . forth from the cross standing on the great
headlands the light of pardon, the light of
comfort, the light of Heaven. Yon might
better go to-night, and destroy all the great
lighthouses on the dangerous coast the
Barnegat lighthouse, the Fsstnet Rock
I (tthMiKA thm HharmnM HfrhthmiM. the.
'! . - - - 1 -
Loogsblp lighthouse, the Hollyhesd light
house than to put out God's treat oceaa
lamp the Gospel.' Woe to those who swing
false lantern oath beach till men crash
Into ruin. Castaways I Castaways I
By talking with sea captains I have hoard
alsothatthlps sometime come to thlscalarp
. Hy by the sudden swoop of a tempest For
Instance, s vessel Is sailing along In the East
Indie, and there 1 not a single cloud oa the
sky; but suddenly the breeze freshens, and
there are swift feet oa the ratlines, and the
cry la: "Tray, haul away there 1" but before
titer can squsr th Booms and tarpauus
the hatchways, the tassel 1 groaning and
creaking in the grip of a tornado, and fall
over into the trough of tho sea, and broad'
aid It rolls on to the beach and keels over,
leaving the crow to struggle la th 1 tuercl
lee surf. Castaway I Castaway I And so
I have to tell yon that there trs thousands
. Y. . , U m,A .11
swoop of temptations. Dome great Induce
. meat to worldllnessr to sensvallty, or to
high temper, or to m form sf dissipation,
come upon thorn. If they had time to ex
amine their Bible, if they had time to de
liberate, they could stand lt Dtttth tnrnp
tat! on came so suddenly an euroclydon oa
. - . . .t.i-1 i.ji t.A r
rlbbeeo. On awful surge of temptation!
and they perish. And so we often hearth
old story i 'I hadn't aeeu my friend la a'
great many years, we were very glad to
meet He said I must drink, and he took
me by the arm and pressed me along, and
filled the cup until the bubbles ran over the
edge, and In aa evil moment all my good
resolutions woro swept away, and to the out
raging of God and my own soul, I fell." Or
the story Is: "I had hard worK to support
my family. Ithoughtthutbyonofnlseontry,
by one deception, by oue embozxlement I
might spring out free from all my trouble 1
and the temptation came upon mo so fierce
ly I could not deliberate, laid wrong ana
having done wrong once, I could not stop.'"
O, It Is the first step that costs; the second
Is easier; and the third; and on to the last
Once having broken looso from the anchor,
it la not so easv to tie toe parwa strnnua.
How often It is that men are ruined for the
reason that the temptation comes from some
unexpected quarter. As vessels ue in uar
gate Roads, safe from southwest winds;
hut the wind changing to the northeast,
they are driven helpless and go down. 0
Mint nod would nave mercy upon muse u pun
whom there comes the sudden swoop ot
temptation, lest they perish, becoming casi-
.. I a a , n ... a I
Bv talking with sea captains I have found
out that some vessels come to this calamity
through sheer recklessness. There are
three million men who follow the sea for a
living. It Is a simple faot that the average
of human life on the sea Is twelve years,
This comos from the fact that men by fa
miliarity with dangor sometimos Deoome
reckless the captain, the helmsman, the
stoker, the man on the lookout, become reck.
less, and in nine out of tea shipwrecks it Is
found that some one was awfully to blams.
Ho I have to tell you that men are morally
shipwrecked through sheer recklessness.
There are thousands who do not care "where
thevareln spiritual things. They do not
know which wav thev are sailing, anu mo
sea Is black with piratical hulks that would
grapple them with hook of steel ana oiina
f old them, and make them "walk the plank."
They do not know what the next moment
may bring forth, uniting in wieir meoi-
ogy. Drifting in their naoita. uniting in
regard to all their future. No God, no
Christ, no settled anticipation of eternal fe-
l eltv. but all the time coming nearer anu
nearer to a dangerous ooatt Borne of them
are on lire with evil habit, and tbey shall
burn on the sea, the charred bulk tossed up
on the barren beach. Many of them with
great troubles, financial troubles, aomesuo
troubles, social troubles; but they never
prsy for comfort. With an aggravation of
sin theypray for pardon. They do not steer
for the lightship that danoes in gladness at
the mouth of Heaven's harbor; reckless
as to where they come out, aruung
further trom God, further from eany relig
ious influences, further from happiness;
and what Is the worst thing abou- it is, they
are taking their families along wii.h them,
and the way one goes, the probablll'J 1
they will all go. Yet no anxiety. Aaunco?
sclousof dangers the passengers aboard the
Arctic ono moment before the Vesta crushed
into her. Wrapped up in the business of
the store, not remembering that soon they
must quit all their earthly possessions.
Absorbed In their social position, not know
ing that very soon they will have attended
the last levee and. whirled In the last schot
tlsohe. They do not deliberately choose to
berulnod; neither did the Fronch frigate
Medusa aim for the Arguln banks, but mere
it went to pieces. I wish I could wske you
up. The perils are so augmented, you will
dl just as certainly a you sit there unless
you bestir yourself. - Are you wining 10 Be
come s castaway! - You throw out no oar.
You take no surroundings. You watcn no
compass. You are not calculating your
bearings while th wind is abaft, and yon
der is a long line- of foam bounding the
horlton, and you will be pushed on towara
It, and thousands hav pert.hed there, and
you are driving In the same dlreo
tlon. Readv about I Down helm) Hard
down I Man th life boat! Pull, my
lads, 1 pull I ' "He that being often
reproved hardenetb his neck, shall be sud
denly destroyed and that without remedy."
But some of you are aaylng within your
selves: "What shall Idol" Do Dol Why,
my brother, do what any ship does when in
trouble. Lift a distress signal, un me sea
there is a flssb. and a boom. You listen and
you look. A vessel I In troubl. The dis
tress gun Is sounded, or a rocket Is sent up,
or a blanket la lifted, or a bundle ot rags
anything to catch the eye of passing
crafL Ho if vou want to be taken off
the wreck of your sin, you must lift
a distress signal. The publican lifted
the distress lgnal when he cried: "God,
be merciful to me, a sinner I" Peter lifted
the distress signal when he said: "Lord,
save me, I perish I" The blind man lifted
the distress signal when he said: "Lord,
that my eyee may be opened." The Jailer
lifted the distress signal when he Midi
"What must I do to b saved 1" And help
will never come to your soul until yen lift
some signal. You must make some demon
stration, give some sign, mak some Heaven
plereing outcry Jot help, lifting ue distress
signal for the church' prayer, lifting the
distress signal for Heaven's pardon. Pray I
Pray I The voice ot th Lord now sounds la
your ears: "In Me is thy help." Too proud
to raise such a signal, too proud to be saved.
There waa an old sailor thumping aooui
In a small boat in a tempest . The larger
vessel hsd gone down. He felt he must die.
The surf waa breaking over th boat and
hessld: "I took off my lire belt that It
might soon be over, and I thought somewhat
Indistinctly about my friends on shore, and
then I bid them good-bye like, and I was
about sinking back and giving It up when I
saw a bright star. The clouda were break
ing away, and there that blessed star shonej
down on me, and It seemed to take ngnt
hold of me; and some hew, I can not tell how
It was, but somehow, while I ws trying t
watch that star, It seemed to help me and
seemed to lift me." O, sinking soul, see
vou not th glimmer between the rift of
the storm cloud I 1 That Is th star of hope,
Desinstruck, I seated the tide to stem,
Whsa suddenly a star arose, , i
' It wss the star of BoUlshem. -If
there are any here who consider them
selves caatawaya, let me say God Is doing
every thing to sav you. Did you ever
hear of Lion. Lukenl He wss the Inventor
of the lnsubmerglbl life boat All honor
Is due to hi memory by searfaring men, as
well as by landsmen. How many lives h
saved by hi Invention! In after day that
invention was Improved, and on day ther
was a perfect life boat, the Northumber
land, ready at Ramsgato. , Th life boat
being ready, to test It the crew came out
and leaped on th gunwale on one side to
see If th boat would upset; It waa ImpOe-
slbls to upset It Then, amid the hutsas of
excited thousands, that boat was launched,
and it haa gone and eome, picking up a
great many of the shipwrockod. But I
have to tell you now of a grander launching,
and from the dry-docks of Heaven. Word
cam up that a world waa beating on the
rockl. , In the presence ot th potentate ot
Heaven the life boat of tne worm s renemp.
Hon ' waa launched.. It shoved off the
goldea sands amid, anrello he-sunns. Th
surges of darknvss beat against Its bow,
but It sailed on, d It somes In sight of us
this hour. It comes for you, It come for
mrl Boullr soall get into it. 5 Mak on
1 leap for Heaven, lot mat ooat go past ana
I nu, Annnrt.utiltv Is mne. r , -
I am expecting that there will be whole
families here who will got into that life
beak Inrwtns Isabel came ashore off
Hastings, Burfland. Th air was lo
sounds-the hoarse sea trumpet, the crasn
-m .i. ... it, heiinwlnr of the tor-
nado. A boat from the snore cbidd u.
the stern of th disabled! vessel. Ther
were women and children on board that ves
sel. Bom Ot the sailors Jumped into the
small boat and snid: "now give -children."
A father ' who stood J on
deck took his first born ; and threw
to the boat The sauors wuu.
safely, and " the -next, and toe
next, to the lost , Btlll the sea rooaing, mo
storm howling., "Now," said the lallore,
"now the mother;" ana sne reapea, nuu
saved. The boat went to the shore, but be
fore it got to the shore the lanasmeu w
so impatient to helpthe suffering PP'8"
they waded clear down into the surf wtttt
blanket and clothing, and promise of suc
cor. Bo there are families nere wno e
Ing to be saved, and saved altogether.,Giv
us that ohlld for ChrUt, ond that other child,
that other. Give us the mother, give us the
father, the whole family. They must, "
come in. All heaven wades In to help you. I
.1.1 ,t,Ala aitritanpA for Gcd. I PICK
not out one man here nor one man mo .
,,, oil Thorn re some of you who,
thirty years ago, were consecrated to Christ
by your parent m Dapnsm. vorvwmj --
not stepping over the right bound when I
.To.,, Then there are many
UltlUi JVU w wvwww. - ,mt
here who hav been seeaiug uou iur s
while, and am I not nght In claiming, yon
for Jesusl Then there are some here who
have been further away, and pu drinic,
and you swear, and you bring w
famillea without any God to take pare of
them when you are dead. And I claim you,
my brother; 1 claim all of you. You -will
vmk him sema lima1 wn v nni iprk 111 uv
while all the white and purple cluster 01
divine promise bend over into your cup,
rather than postpone your prayer until
your chance la past ana tne nignt urv
- . . . . A tUm Bnnftl.
and the sea wasnes you ouv, uu -kk
iinir tart .hall ba announced that notwith
standing all your magnificent opportunities
you hare become a castaway,
PARASITES OF SPEECH.
Hothsrs Miontd right Thsm as Ensrgst-
leaUr as Thsy Do otnsr run.
The duty each of us owes to hi mother
tongue should constrain him to seek dlU
ntiv ftr the hast wavs of clothing idea.
i h.ra i. a hflttAr fniklon of speeou than
our own we should not be content until It
Is ours. Slovenly language 1 raoredlgrace
ful than slovenliness of apparel. rea
In tinma and antldhPl edu
cation 1 that children are allowed to spC"
as ther like. The house mother who wage
continual war with files, barricade her
windows against mosquitoes and would go
into hysterics at the suggestion of th red
Bedouin of the slceptng-room, allow her
children to double negatives, contract pro
vincialisms, and enwrap their dally talk In
.slang as with a garment.
.Ue waa a wise woman who insisted that
her ck.'Wren should glv neat and definite
expresslu'n to what they bad In their mind
to aay. If iScy began a sentence it must be
finished. . ' - ' ' '
'What you thlni, you can say," ws her
rule. "The sooner .you learn to say It well
the better." '
It goes without saying tiat as men and
women they were admirable talkers, never
taking refuge In "What-you-may-call-'ema"
and "I-don't-lrnow-whato," "You-knowa"
and "It-seems-to-mos." , " '
The pain given to the cultivation of (he
parasitical gibberish we call "slang," if
rightly bestowed, wouia mas cnarmiog
talker of our boys and girls. There Is tit
tle wit a euphony in willful mispronuncia
tion of words, aor doea the substitution of
caballstlo phrases for intelligible English
add piquancy to sentence or paragraph. If .
the truth wer known, few slaag-venders
are on sufficiently Intimate terms with
their mother-tongue to take liberties with
Danger of Fals Tenderness.
The danger of false tenderness In the
training of children wa finely Illustrated
at one time In this manner: A person who
wa greatly interested in entomology se
cured, at great pains, a One specimen of an
emperor moth In the larva state. Day by
dar be watched the little creature as he
wove about him hi cocoon, which i very
singular In shape, much resembling a Bask.
Presently the time drew near for It to
emerge from its wrappings, and spread It
large wings or exceeding oeauty. un reacn
ing the narrow aperture of the neck of the
flask the pity of the person watching it waa
to awakened, to see the struggle necessary
to get through, that b cut the cords, in us
making the passage easier. But alas I His
fals tendernos destroyed ail tne omiiani
color for which this specie of moth Is
noted. The severe press urs was the very
thing needed to cans th flow of fluid
which created th marvelous bus. ' It
wing were small, dull in color, and th
whol development wa Imperfect Bow
often we see a similar result In character,
when parent, thinking to help a ohlld over
som hard place, rob him of strength of
purpose and other qualities essential to th
highest attainment in mental and spiritual
We. Farm and Fireside.
Th Beauty of Kindness.
tVhat a beautiful quality 1 kindness!
How It sooth os the car worn I How It
cheer us when we are aad and despondent I
It cost very little to administer it, and yet
it carries with It a heaven of sweetnesa.
Life at best possessee a large share of bit
terness, and haa so much need for kindly
words and kindly sympathy and kladly as
sistance. Many a aad heart on every hand
1 almost breaking for srant of some loving
one to share It burden. And these aching
heart do not oom prise the few of earth.
but the many; In reality, tbey include
nearly all of mankind. The secret balm of
healing for all these wounded heart la
Imply that loving kindness which I th
sult-of living for other, each one forgetting
self and sharing th heart-Ill Of other.
Oh I let us become dead to self and Uv for
one another; then we hav heaven hern.
"Bear ye on on another's burden and so
fulfill the lw."-Hom. , .
Rational Attention to Drat.
Appearances should not be wholly beneath
th oonsiSeration of any man.' Nature doe
not dlsdaia them. Nothing Is omitted that
can enhance Its beauty. Every thing 1
grouped and arranged with the mostnonaum
mat skill and with th direct and manifest
oblnrt of plMsing exterior vision. Th man.
therffre, who play the philosopher on the
strength of neglecting his attire, and who
hopea that the world will rate the superior
ity ef his Intellect in direct ratio with the
Inferiority of his hat, 1 no philosopher at
11, because the true wise men thinks from
nature, througn nunseit. n. Y. Ledger.
There Is nothing no, nothing Innocent
or good, that din and 1 forgotten; let mi
hold to that faith, or none. Aa Infant, a
prattling Wild dying In th crsdlswtll Uv
gain In tho better thought ot tho that
loved It, and play It part through them ia
redeeming action of the world, thonKb It
body he humeri to ashes Of drowned la U S
deep see.r-i'wuene, - i i t ,- . . ; :
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Bowenton, ennncctlns with the Pennsylvania sys
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