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THE GOSPEL 'S.I
"Come Thou and All Thy Famn
into the Ark."
Get Safely Housed for }termity-It We
Set Into the Ark of CGod's Merey
it Wll Be Through Christ, the
Door-Dr. Talmage's Eermaa.
The text selected by 3i., Talmage
last Sunday was Genesis *., 19. "Thou
shalt come into the ark, thou and thy
sons and thy wife and thy sons' wives
In this da/of the steamships Luea
nia and M3ajestic and the Paris I will
show yo/a ship that in some respects
eclipse them all, and which sailed out,
an ocen underneath and another ocean
falling upon it. Infidel scientists ash
us to believe that in the formation of
thb earth there have been a half dozer
deluges, and yet they are not willing
to believe the Bible story of one del
In what way the catastrophe came
we know not-whether by the stroke
of a comet, or by flashes of lightning,
changing the air into water, or by a
,troKe of the hand of God, like the
'troke of the ax between the horns of
the ox, the earth staggered. To meel
the catastrophe God ordered a greal
.hip built. It was to be without prow,
for it was to sail to no shore. It was
to be without helm, for no human
hand should guide it. It was a vasi
'tructnre, probably as large as two os
three modern steamers. It was the
Great Eastern of olden time.
The ship is done. The door is open.
The lizards crawl in. The cattle walk
in. The grasshoppers hop in. The
birds fly in. The invitation goes forth
to Noah, "Come thou and all thy house
into the ark." Just one human family
embark on the strange voyage, and I
hear the doors slam shut. A great storm
sweeps along the hills and bends the
cedars until all the branches snap in the
gale. There is a moan in the wind like
unto the moan of a dying world. The
blackness of the heavens is shattered by
the flare of the lightnings, that look
dlown into the waters and throw - a
ghastliness on the face of the mount
ains. How strange it looks! How suf
focating the air seemsP The big drops
of rain begin to splash upon the up.
turned faces of those who are watch
ing the tempest. Crash! go the rocks
in convulsion. Boom! go the bursting
heavens. The inhabitants of the earth,
instead of flying to house top and
mountain top, as men have fancied,.sit
down in dumb, white horror to die.
For when God grinds mountains to
pieces and lets the ocean slip its cable
there is no place for men to fly to.
See the ark pitch and tumble in the
surf, while from its windows the pas
sengers look out upon the shipwreck
of a race and the carcasses of a dead
world. Woe to the mountain! Woe to
I am no alarmist. When on the 20th
of September, after the wind has for
three days been blowing from the
northwest, you prophesy that the equi
noctial storm is coming, von simply
state a fact not to be disputed. Neither
am I an alarmist when I say that a
storm is coming, compared with which
Noah's deluge was but an April show
er, and that it is wisest and safest for
you and for me to get safely housed for
eternity. The invitation that went
forth to Noah sounds in our ears,
"Come thou and all thy house into the
Well, how did Noah and his family
come into the ark? Did they climb in
at the window, or come down the roof?
No: they went through the door. And
just so, if we get into the ark of God's
mercy, it will be through Christ, the
door. The entrance to the ark of old
must have been a very large entrance.
We know that it was from the fact that
there were monster animals in the ear
lier ages, and in order to get them into
the ark, two and two, according to the
Bible statement, the door must have
been very wide and very high. So the
door into the mercy of God is a large
door. We go in, not two and two, but
by hundreds, and by thousands and by
millions. Yea, all the nations of the
earth may go in, 10,000,000 abreast!
The door of the ancient ark was in
the side. So now it is through the side
of Christ--the pierced side, the wide
open side, the heart side-that we en
ter. Ahla, the Roman soldier, thrust
ing his spear into the Saviour's side, ex
pected only to let the blood out, but he
opened the way to let all the world in!
Dh, what a broad Gospel to preach! If
s man is about to give an entertain
mnent, he issues 200 or 300 invitations,
arefully put up and directed to the
particular persons whom he wishes to
sntertain. But God, our Father, makes
s banquet and goes out to the front
loor of Hieaven and stretches out his
hands over land and sea, and with a
voice that penetrates the Hlndoo jun
Fle, and the Greenland ice castle, and
IBrazilian grove, and English factory,
snd American home, cries out, "Come,
!or all things are now ready!" It is a
wide door! The old cross has been taken
ipart, and its two pieces are stood up
for the dooriosts, so far apart that all
the world can come in. Kings scatter
treasures on daysof greatrejoicing. So
:hrist, our King, comes and scatters
ihe jewels of Heaven.
Rowland lill said that he hoped to
pet into Heaven through the crevices
f the door. But he was not obliged
hua to go in. After having preached
he Gospel in Burrey chapel, going up
award ileaven the gate-keeper eried:
'Lift up your heads, ye everlasting
rates, and let this man come nl" The
lying thief went in Richard Itater
mnd Robert Newton want 13. ua
aope, Asia, Afria, North sad
bouth America may yet go throui
this wide door without ec wdisa". Bo1
uvery one--el codtioes,, el rmaks i l
people! Luther s.l~ tat this truthL
was worth artylag o., ne's iknees
from Rome to Jerneshem, 1at 1 tritak
it worth eawwytgra~ aeonad the rghid
mad .11 aorom4 the heeaw tbaeji41s
mo loved tha med Uit as pwrei a
only begoqtta " ta tbwbt "
Lieveth to ~ ieasbowM i o63 per
ural et bias t*ele 'using ;e d
'a f ~ lt~E
,intI ha Heaven.
Oi e ar of Use Itvin (ae ,
At Ms command we bow.
I Pao of tie baet have rossel the eood.
And part as crosemlg now.
Swing in, O blessed door, until all
the earth shall go in and lire. Swing
out until all the heavena come forth to
celebrate the victory.
But, further, it is a door with fasten
lugs. The Bible says of Noah: "The
Lord shut him in." A vessel without
bulwarks or doors would not be a safe
vessel to go in. When Noah and his
family heard the fastening of the door
r f the ark, they were very glad. Un
Sless these doors were fastened the first
Leavy surge of the sea would have
whelmed them, and they might as well
I have perished outside the ark as in
side the ark. "The Lord shut him in."
(,Oh, the perfect safety of the ark!
I The surf of the sea and the light
s nings of the sky may be twisted in-,
f to a garland of snow and fire-deep
t to deep, storm to storm, darkness
to darkness-but once in the ark all
is well. "God shut him in." There
comes upon the good man a deluge of
financial trouble. He had his thou
sands to lend. Now he can not borrow
a dollar. He once owned a store in
New York and had branch houses in
Boteon, Philadelphia and New Orleans.
He owned four horses and employed
a man to keep the dust off his coach,
phaeton, carriage and curricle; now
he has hard work to get shoes
in which to walk. The great
deep of commercial disaster was
t broken up, and fore and aft and
across the hurricane deck the waves
struck him. But be was safely shel
tered from the storm. "The Lord shut
him in!" A flood of domestic troubles
fell on him." Sickness and bereave
ment came. The rain pelted; the winds
blew. The heavens are aflame. All
the gardens of earthly delight are
washed away. The mountains of joy
are buried 15 cubits deep. But, stand
ing by the empty crib and in the deso
lated nursery and in the doleful hall,
once a-ring with merry voices, now
silent forever, he cried, "The Lord
gave, the Lord hath taken away;
blessed be the name of the Lord."
"The Lord shut him in."
All the sins of a lifetime clamored
for his overthrow. The broken vows,
the dishonored Sabbaths, the outrage
ous profanities, the misdemeanors of
20 years, reached up their hands to the
door of the ark to pull him out. The
boundless ocean of his sin surrounded
his soul, howling like a simoom, rav
ing like an eurocyldron. But, looking
Sodt of the window he saw his sin sink
like lead into the depths of the sea.
The dove of Heaven brought an olive
branch to the ark. The wrath of the
billow only pushed him toward Heav
en. "The Lord shut him in!"
The same door fastenings that kept
Nosh in keep the troubles out. I am
glad to know that when a man reaches
Heaven all earthly troubles are done
with him. Here he may have had it
hard to get bread for his family; there
he will never hunger any more. Hers
he may have wept bitterly; there "the
Lamb thit is in the midst of the throne
will lead'him to living fountains of
water, and God will wipe away
all tears from his eyes." Here
he may have hard work to get
a house, but in my Father's house
are many mansions, and rent day
never comes. Here there are death
beds and coffins and graves; there no
sickness, no weary watching, no chok
ing cough, no consuming fever, no
chattering chill, no tolling bell, no
grave. The sorrows of life shall come
up and knock at the door, but no ad
mittance. The perplexities of life
shall come up and knock on the door,
but no admittance. Safe forever! All
the agony of earth in one wave dash
ing against the bulwarks of the ship of
celestial light shall not break them
down. Ilowl on, yeo winds, and rage,
ye seas! The Lord-"the Lord shut
Oh, what a grand old door! So wide,
so easily swung both ways and with
such sure fastenings. No burglar's
key can pick that lock. No swarthy
arm of hell can shove back that bolt.
I rejoice that I do not ask you to come
aboard a crazy eraft with leaking haulk
and broken helm and unfastened door,
but an ark 50eaubtits wide and 00caubits ,
long and a door so large that the round
earth, without grasing the post, might ,
be bowled in.
Now, if the ark of Christ is so .
grand a place to live and die and tri- I
umph, come into the ark. Know well a
that the door that shut Noah in shut 1
others out, and though, when the piti- 4
less storm came pelting on their hueads,
they beat upon the door, saying: "tLe It
me in! Let me in:" the doordid not I
open. For one hundred and twenty|
years they were invited. They expect
ed to come in, but the antediluvians a
said: "We must cultivate these lBelds; i
we must be worth more flocks of sheep 1
and herds of cattle; we will wait uttil I
we get a little older; we will enjoy our
old farm a little longer." But reesn
while the storm was brewing. The foun- 1
tains of Heaven were filling up The pry
was being placed beneath the founda- |
tions oI the great deep. The-last year I
had c~me, the last month, the I..t
week, the last day. the last hour,'the
last moment. In an awful dash an
ocean dropped from the sky and am
other rolled up from beneath, and God
rolled the earth and sky into one wave
of universal destruction.
So men now put off going into the
ark. They say they will wait 20 years1
flrst. They will havre a little longer
time with their worldly associates.
They will wait until they get older.
They say: "You can not expect a ma
of my attainments and of my position
to surrender myself just now. But
before the storm comes I will
go in. Yes, I wilL I know what
I ai about Trust me! After awhile
going home, he passes a scaffolding I
just as a guast of wind strikes it, sad
a plank falls. Dead, and outside the
aikl Or, riding in the park, a reek
l vehiele erahes into him, and hbl
bore beeomes unmanageable, ant he
ahoa.,"Whoe whoa" and takhe a
i thr twist in the teias, and ilnate
bin e$9 s against the desktsaad 4id
pes tbek.b BDae t m. IIhast
twttb - binbe
wia faints. The palses fal. 'iae
heart stops. The soul fles Dead, and
outside the ark!
I have no doubt that derision kept
many people out of the ark. The world
laughed to see a man go in and said'
"Here is a man starting for the ark.
Why, there will be no deluge. If there
is one, that miserable ship will not
weather it. Aha, going into the ark!
Well, that is too good to keep. Here,
fellows, .have you heard the news? This
man is going into the ark!" Under this
artillery of scorn the man'sgood resolu
And so there are hundreds kept out
by the fear of derision. The young man
asks himself: "What would they say at
the store to-morrow morning if I
should become a Christian? When I
go down to the club house, they will
shout. 'Here comes that new Christian
Suppose you will not have anything to
do with us now. Suppose you are
praying now. Get down on your knees
and let us hear you pray. Come, now,
give us a touch. Will not do it, eh?'
Pretty Christian, you are!'" Is it not
the fear of being laughed at that
keeps you out of the kingdom of
God? Which of these scorners will
help you at the last? When you lie
down on a dying pillow, which of them
will be there? In the day of eternity
will they bail you out?
My friends and neighbors, come in
right away. Come in through Christ,
the wide door-the door that swings
out toward you. Come in and be
saved. Come and be happy. "'The
Spirit and Bride say. Come." Room in
the ark! Room in the ark!
But¶ do not come alone. The text
invites you to bring your family.
It says, "Thou and thy sons and thy
wife." You can not drive them in.
If Noah had tried to drive the
pigeons and the doves into the ark,
he would only have scattered them
Some parents are not wise about
these things. They make iron rules
about Sabbaths, and they force the
catechism down the throat as they
would hold the child's nose and force
down a dose of rhubarb and calomel.
You can not drive your children into
the ark. You can draw your children
to Christ, but you can not coerce them.
The cross was lifted, not to drive but
to draw. "If I be lifted up I will draw
all men unto me." As the sun draws
up the drops ot the morning dew, sc
the sun of righteousness exhales the
tears of repentance.
Be sure that you bring your husoand
and wife with you. How would Noch
have felt if, when he heard the rain
pattering on the roof of the ark, he
knew that his wife was outside in the
storm? No; she went with him. And
yet some of you are on the ship "out
ward bound" for Heaven. But your
companion is unsheltered. You re
member the day when the marriago
ring was set. Nothing has yet been
able to break it. Sickness came, and
the finger shrank, but the ring staid
on. The twain stood alone above the
child's grave, and the dark mouth of the
tomb swallowed up a thousand hopes,
but the ring dropped not into the open
grave. Days of poverty came, and the
hand did many a hard day's work, but
the rubbing of the work against the
ring only made it shine brighter.
Shall that ring ever be lost? Will the
Iron clang of the sepulcher gate crush
it forever? I pray God that you who
have been married on earth may be to
gether in Heaven. Oh, by the quiet
bliss of your earthly home, by the
babe's cradle, by all the vows of that
day when you started life together, I
beg you to see to it that you both get
into the ark.
Come in, and bring your wife or your
husband with you-not by fretting
about religion or dingdonging them
about religion, but by a consistent life
sad by a compelling prayer that shall
bring the throne of God down into
your room. Go home and take up the
Bible and read it together, and then
kneel down and commend your souls
to Him who has watched you all these
years, and before you rise there will
be a fluttering of wings over your
head, angel crying to angel, "Behold,
But this does not include all your
family. Bring the shildren too. God
bless the dear children! What would
our homes be without them7 We may
have done much for them. They have
done more for neu What a salve for a
wonnded heart there is in the soft palm
of a ehild"s hand! Did harp or flute
ever have such music as there is in a
ehild's"good night?" From our coarse,
rough life the angels of GCod are often
driven beeack. But who comes into the
mornsery without feeling that angels
are hovering around? They who die
In infancy go straight into ylory, but
t- are expecting your children, to
rPowup in this world. Is it not a
questa then, which rings through
all thei rdors and windings and
heights lde'pths of your soul, what
Is to .s e(. your sons and daugh
ters Se s-e -and for eternity?
"Oh," you say, "lmes.i to see that
they have good a ", Very welL
"I mean to dress thr , if I have
myself to go shabby. \Very good. "'
shat give them an editlioni shall
leave them fostua ." -eryy yrel
1Pt is that all? Don't you-; :4p
Lake thei fato the arkf Dso't g y6
know tel.et the storm Is eomiesigt
that oat *Chfist there is no Seetr
no pardon, no -ope, s. Heae.?n "
Abd"e dw "gea iau e g
ate t e lnheSxtab
Six near" relatves of George H. Ke
Calmon, of Biddeford, Me., met violent
deaths--the father, grandfather, two
brothers and two eousia.
AuoeMlmaiat, of Memphis, Tea.,
is fond of moving. Since his marriage,
in l60, he has moved fifteen times. His
twelve ohildren were born in twelve
Aassnlssor Coum oAx received three
thousand dollars as his fqo for perform
ing the Gould-Castellane wedding core
mony. The archbishop received the
money in the shape of a cheek, signed
by George Gould.
J. W. Mui.s, of Albany, Mo., claims
the championship in his line of work.
He has sawed eighty-seven cords of
wood this winter, but he is now spoil
ing his good work by bragging about
PRor. Joln A. ZASM, of Notre Dame
university (Indiana) who is probably
the foremost authority on science in
the American Catholic church, has been
honored by the pope with the degree of
doctor of philosophy.
Mas. HIarY GRasn protests against
paying taxes in New York on about $1,
543,000 money loaned by her on mort
gages, but the tax department cruelly
closes its. ears to her appeals. She
says her legal residence is in Vermont,
where she pays taxes on a $9,500 valua
MIss MANIE POWDERLY, a native of
Randolph, Mass., has been appointed
assistant private secretary to Lady
Henry Somerset. Miss Powderly ac
companied Lady Henry on her tour
through this country as her stenog
rapher. Miss Powderly is now on her
way to England with her employer,
whom she will accompany on an ex
tended European trip.
SPORTS AND PASTIMES.
TIa ancients knew how to cheat.
Loaded dice have been found in the
ruins of Herculaneum.
REV. Da. RAINSFORD, a well-known
Episcopal clergyman, has been chosen
president of the New York Cricket as
WEST VIROINIA has a girl hunter
whose aim is death to bears. She has a
record of seven large animals of the
bruin family during the past year.
HOWARD GOULD lost over two thou
sand dollars in a poker game on the
steamer that brought him back to New
York. It 'as won by a German baron.
Beware of Olrtmeats for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
smell and completely derange the whole
system when entering it through the mu
cous surfaces. Such articles should never
be used except on prescriptions from rep
atable physclans, athe d..mage theywill do
is ten fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrb Cure mn-a.
ufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.,
contains no mercuy, and is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sureyou get the gen
ine. It is taken internally. and made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testi
sold by Drglrt, ric 75e per hottes
's Fbymilyf Pillas. Dýcet
"DoN'T pull yer gun in this here court,"
said thoe udge. "You've got to respect the
dignity what yoh see lyin' roun' loose here,
an' if you kill a man while court's in session
I'll line you er contempt l" -Atlanta Consti
"It I could only," she exclaimed, "get it
through my head." She gazed at the large
hat pin and wondered how she was going to
fasten her new street bonnet in place.-De
"Way on earth is Mrs. Robertson study
ing law I" "She intends hereafter to secure
her own divorces."-Brooklyn Life.
Tus silent watches of the night-those
that are run down.-Philadelphia Record.
Ax Indiana cnurt has fixed thrlce of
stolen kisses in that state at . But
what s the use of ealing 'emi-Tolede
PROra. who are satisfed with themselver
seldom please anybody else.-Milwaukee
Ax Irlsman's denitiona of wt--"Wit is
the lava which eomes frem the mouth of a
lively 'esaer.' --it-l.
Iris theyng womn WlSlh the new stalt
who rat 4s a tLhat we ste having em
early spring.-fston Treasept.
Tam devil keas the wek-hesrtedtsom
JkO-"Not atrl et I t h you
Tan world owes us allalitn t no man
can collect the debt unles le peuls of his
eoat and takes t from s s(e rt hide.
Ta. tot depraty mae,w drops in
Orahfam. hens I mtdae.
"TAas GorF2" has followed the
spread of the real game. A board is
marked out with six holes and haards
of varying nature, and the moves to
ward the putting greens are decided
by a pack of cards played according to
certain rules which accompany the
PaUsmwrr FAvna of France takes a
good deal of pride in the dinner he
gresat the Elysee. He has one of the
best chefs in Paris, and his wine cellar
a well stocked with rare vintages He
Is not a gourmet himself, but bhe takes
great pleasure in hearing epicures
praise the dishes that reach his table.
Dowvv Faousox is the name of an
old colored lady who resides near Car
rolton, Md. She was born in Bachan
an county, Va., August 9, 1777, and is
therefore in the one hundred and eigh
teenth year of her age
A warrr says that thesense of humor very
arely exists in children under twelve years
>ld. This writer evidently has never seen a
ive-year-old child prying open the eyes of a
our-days-old kitten.-Texas Siftings.
WAoes-"Did you have a fine time last
ight?" Jaggs-"No, I had it this morn
ng. Ten dollars fine three dollars costs."
[f you are troubled with malaria, constips
ioan, biliousness, kidney trouble or dyspe
ia, of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, and t
will be speedily forthcoming. Nervousness,
oss of appetite and sleep, and a loss of vig
r, are also remedied by this restorative.
Ehysicians of eminence Indorse it, a val
bhie confirmation of the verdict of the peo
le and the press. Take it regularly.
WooL-"I'm awfully behind in my read
ng." Van Pelt-"How's that?" Wool-"i
rot switched off on 'Trilby,' and now Pm
ehind on at least nine or ten new lives of
Iapoleon."-N. Y. World.
Fos Whooping Cough, Piso's Cure Is a
successful rem ed.- M. P. Dmirr, 7 Throop
Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y., Nov. 14, 'gt.
Tns woman who is proud of her beck hair
loes not require much urging to play some
;ing on the piano.-Boston Transcript.
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less expenditure, by more promptly
dapting the world's best products to
the eds of physical being, wil attest
the valde to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraoed In the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form host aeceptable and pleas.
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dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
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ening them and it is perfectly free tOm
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fis s fr sale by all drug
gi in 50e andS1 bottles, but it is man.
ufactured by the California Fig Syruap
Co. only, whose name is printedon every
package, also the.name, Syrup o Figs,
and being well infrmedu will not
accept any substitute it of
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play vaccinated." "What fort" "To see
whether it will take or not. "-Truth.
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