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There was it time when Jesus' blessed words
Fell on in i ue ear
Unheeded ; for tho tmiHio in their tones
I could not hear.
B it since the Savior ounie to me one day,
Au 1 left His spirit with me my soul to stay,
I listen to them o'er and o'er again,
Fur they have been so dear to me since then.
SW' et words! they come tome at morning
With gladsome song;
They whisper something for the coming day
To make me strong.
When toiling neath the noon-day's burning
They speak of sure reward for work well
Like dew to flowers they come ut ev'ning's
And hush my weary spirit to repose.
01)1 let me hear them o'er and o'er
For they have been so dear to me since then.
Anna E. Ross.
How to Find Rest.
BY KEY. T. Li I'UYLKIt.
When Noah's dove found no rest
for her weary viiir, what did she do?
We read that she "returned into the
ark." Here is the duty of every rest
less, sin-troubled soul. God sys:
"return unto me;" listen to the invi
tulion of the divine love. When the
dove returned, she brought nothing
but herself. So you can bring noth
ing to Jesus except one poor, guilty,
unsatisfied sinner. Do not bring your
sins ; do not bring any claim: of self
righteousness ; tney will riot .ay for
the transportation. Jesus wants you,
and you need Jesus. Then come to
Him just as you are, a weak, crippled
soul, utterly powerless to help or to
heal yourself. The prodigal son only
biMiight one ragged, shoeless, half
starved w-retch to his father's door,
but that was all the good old father
wanted to see. Jesus wants you.
lleuicmhcr that there was only one
ark for Noah's dove to lly to ; on ev
ery suie was me desolation i a
drowned world. So God has provid
ed only one ark for your weary wan
dering soul. He has not provided a
variety of religions, and left us to
tae our choice. He does not per
plex you with several "historical re
1 .in in V for there is none other name
given under heaven whereby you
can be savek, than the name of Him.
wnose Dioou cieansetn irom all sin.
Prince and peasant, philosopher and
pauper-child, have the same disease,
atxi can oniy ne cured ny tne same
Physician. The core of all true creeds
and confessions of faith is just this:
'Christ Jesus came into the world to
s ive sinners." And the sweet, win
some message ne sends to your
troubled heart is "Come unto Mk,
and I will give you rest."
Observe too that the ark had only
"one window." All the light and
the air came in through that single
casement.. Beautifully does that
single, open window typify unto you
the illumination of the Holy Spirit.
How strikingly it illustrates the fact
tint every soul which Hies toward
Jesus must come into the new life
through the guiding and renewing in
Huence of the divine Spirit. Kegen
oration brings the penitent sinner
into vital union with Christ; the
Spirit aione regenerates.
irouoied mend, tne window is
open ; the blessed Spirit is drawing
you now. It is not a pastor, or an
evangelist, or a visit to an inquiry
meeting, that you need, or can give
you relief. Cooperate with the Holy
Spirit. Go whither He leads; do
what He bids you. Quit the sins
which hold you back, and yield your
whole self up to Christ. In fact, the
'coming in through that open window
of light and hope into the pardoning
love and strength and fullness of the
crucified Son of God, is saving faith
It is not the opinion about Christ, but
the act of grasping yourself fast to
Christ that alone can save your soul
When you do what the weary dove
did you.give over everything else
and just betake yourself straight to
the only ark of refuge, and light
down there, your immediate duty is
done. Then the infinitely loving Je
sus will do for you what the patriarch
did for the returning dove, He wil
kidraic you ." Into covenant union
with Himself. Into a new life, new
light, new strength, new hope; ev
erything is become new. In a won
drous and satisfying peace. As your
Muttering soul yields itself to the all
sufficient Saviour, you will hear Him
say : "My peace I give unto you : not
as the world giveth, give I unto you;
let not your heart betroubled,neither
let it be afraid." When you fim
Jesus, you have found Ilixr.
A Patient Heart.
All of us want to give something to
God. You hear ol others giving time,
money, service, and it is a grief to
you that you have nothing to render
to the great and tender Physician for
whom others are so busy. Once you
could take your place in His vineyard
and feel yourself of some little use to
God and man, but now something
whispers to your heart that you Are a
cumberer of the ground, and can ren
der nothing to the Lord for all His
benefits toward you. Those wise men
must have rejoiced ; they could bring
the new-born Saviour gold, frankin
cense, and myrrh, but a little Sunday
school scholar said to me once, "The
shepherds did better still ; they gave
Christ themselves." It is in your pow
er today to bring to the Master a very
precious offering, whatever your cir
cumstances may feel. If He needed
you just now in the vineyard,
you would be there; if he required
money from your purse, He would
mve first put it therein; if He re
quired the service that health and
strength can render, His loving hand
would not have weakened your
strength in the way. This little
verse will show you what you can
render to the Lord :
"My full day's work is done:
And this isall my part
I give a patient Gd
My patiunt heart."
Or is it an impatient one you offer
to Him just now? .Perhaps you feel
nclined to say, "Did you know all,
you would not wonder at my iretl ill
ness. There is this worry, and that
worry, and the other, and infirmities
have laid hold upon me, and nothing
goes on as it would do wt re 1 wi ll
enough to sec to things. Nobody
cares about a poor creature like me
now. and I am all atony'
Hut even if it were poiMo that
not one of your fellow creatures cared
about you, which I think in your
heart you know they do, still you
would be the object of such love; at
this moment, amid all the pains and
inxietics and weakness, it is as true
that god loves as that God lives; and
as to your being all alone, do not for-,
get that the great wise, merciful Lord
has said, "Certainly I will be with
Friend, if your Master loves you so
truly and is with you now, can you
not bring forth the fruit of patience?
True, the way seems long and mys
terious, and past finding out, but
what He is doing lie will explain' to
you hereafter; just now what ho asks
of you is a patient faith.
It will help you to be patient when
you remember that the roughest,
hardest part is given to those whom
the Commander most trusts and hon
ors. The hardest lesson is given to
the scholar who will do the teacher
the most credit. It is not because
you have failed, but because you
have glorified God in the sunshine,
that now he gives you the highest
training of all to be made perfect
through the things you suffer.
"O impatient ones," cried a good
minister now in the land where there
is no unrest, "do the leaves say noth
ing to you?" He. pointed out that
their glory is not the creation of an
hour, every leaf-stem has a cradle in
an infant germ, and rocking winds
and rain as well as sunshine, will
cause its beauty by-and-by to unfold.
And thus is God Working for you ;
accept His winds and His rain, be
lieve in His unshadowed hereafter,
and deny not to Him who is mindi
ful of his own, a patient heart.
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Changc9 in the Rcvenuo Laws.
In response to numerous inquiries
as to the changes in the llcveiiue
laws, Hon. John Ituhm, United
States Attorney, has prepared for the
American the following succinct, yet
comprehensive statement :
1. Special taxes imposed upon dial
ers in leaf tobacco, retail dealers in
leaf tobacco, dealers in tobacco, man
ufacturers of cigars and tobacco, and
pi ddlers of tobacco are repealed after
May, 18!)1, but such dealers, manu
facturers, and peddlers, except dealers
in manufactured tobacco.are required
to register with the collector of tho
district where tho business is carried
on as heretofore
2. The special tax year in the case
of other special tax-payers is changed
to commence July 1, Instead of May
1. Persons commencing business in
May or June 1801, must make a re
turn on form 11 and procure a stamp
for the period ending June 30, 1891.
Persons liable, who have paid special
tax for the period ending April 30,
1891, can have their stamps extended
for May and June, 1891, by the pay
ment of one sixth of the rate for the
!5. Restrictions upon farmers and
growers of tobacco in regard to the
sale of their leaf tobacco and keeping
books repealed, but they are required
to furnish a sworn statement of their
sales when demanded by internal
revenue officers or authorized agents
of the Treasury Department.
1. The provisions of sections 3I5S1
and 3.JK3, It. S., and relative to ped
dlers of tobacco are amended. They
are still required to give a bond and
obtain a certificate from the collector.
". 'After the Nt or January, 1891,
the tax on tobacco and snulf was re
duced from eight to six cents per
(!. Kecords kept by collectors rela
tive to manufacturers of tobacco,
snuir, or ciirars are to be open to the
inspection of internal revenue ollicirs
7. Manufacturers of cigars are re-
juired to give a bond of one hundred
dollars, instead of "live hundred dol
lars, with an additional one hundred
dollars for each person proposed to be
employed by him in making cigars,"
8. Wholesale dealers in oleomarga
rine are required to keep books and
make returns. This has before been
a requirement ot tho regulations
(i. A tax often dollars per pound is
imposed upon opium manufactured
in the United States for smoking pur
poses. lit. The use of wine spirits, or grape
brandy, without payment of tax by
producers of wines, for fortifying the
wine for preservation of the saccha
rine matter contained therein, is au
thorized under certain restictions.
11. The payment of a bounty on
sugar of domestic production of one
and three fourths cents or two cents
per pound, according to the polaris
copic test, is placed under the general
charge of the Commissioner of Inter
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