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SUBSCRIPTIONS AND BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
TOWER PUBLISHING CO., BIBLE HOUSE, 58 & 60 ARCH ST.,
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SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE,
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OR REGISTERED. FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES BY FOREIGN
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THE objectionable Post Office ruling, unfavorable to our mailing of tracts and DAWNS, has been withdrawn. Join with us in acknowledging to God the answer of our united prayers; and in using effectually this “open door.”
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A Brother residing in St. Louis reports preservation from the terrible tornado which recently visited that city. He says, “The storm did damage all around us, but we escaped injury or damage.”
In another quarter all the houses were wrecked but two. One of these unharmed is a barber shop owned by a son of a sister in the truth. This suggests not only the Lord’s power to protect whom he may please, but also his interest in and care over the friends of his saints. We anticipate that there will be some remarkable preservations during the fierce trouble, after the Church has been glorified.
THE “new branch” of the work prospers. Bro. Draper is now in Eastern New York and Pennsylvania, Bro. McPhail in Missouri and Kansas and Bro. Cone in Illinois. A blessing seems to attend their efforts. They aim to build up and not to tear down the most holy faith. They are blessed themselves as well as a blessing to others. The Colporteur work is blessed also. MILLENNIAL DAWN, VOL. I., is in preparation in French and in Polish and VOL. III. in Swedish. Over 500,000 copies of VOL. I. are now in circulation. The signs of the times are awakening some to study who heretofore scoffed. Let us all take courage for greater diligence, thanking our Lord for the privilege of being his “servants” to feed his “household.”
— June 15, 1896 —