This paper will be sent free to the interested of the Lord's poor, who will send a card yearly requesting it. "Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters; and he that hath no money, come ye, buy and eatyea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price." And you who have it"Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labor for that which satisfieth not? Hearken diligentlyand eat ye that which is good, and let your soul delight itself in fatness."r1099 YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR THIS YEAR.
r1099 OUR SPECIAL ISSUE FOR APRIL AND MAY
r1100 ANNIVERSARY OF OUR LORD'S DEATH.
r1101 ENTERTAINMENT AT THE MEETING.
Pennsylvania R.R. and branches.In fact all rail-roads, members of "The Central Traffic Association," and "The Trunk Line Association." And these include most of the Rail Roads as far West as the Mississippi river.
To obtain this reduction, the following directions must be carefully followed, viz., Apply to the ticket agent of any of the roads named above (the one in your own town, or the nearest station to it on one of these roads). Ask him for a certificate with a first class limited ticket to Pittsburgh, Pa. (or better still to Allegheny, if their road enters Allegheny, which is just across the river from Pittsburgh). This certificate must not be dated earlier than April 11th, hence you must defer purchasing your ticket until ready to start for the meeting, though you had best inquire about price of ticket, route, certificate, etc., sooner.
You will be required to pay the full price for the limited ticket coming, but hold on to the certificate, and when properly signed by the clerk of our meeting here, you will be supplied a first class ticket back home, over the same route you came; at one third the usual first-class price,good to reach home on, by or before April 21st. Follow these instructions carefully and you will have no difficulty whatever.
To all who write to us, as above suggested, saying they think of coming to the meeting, we will mail a sample of the sort of certificate they should expect to get (properly filled and signed) from their R.R. ticket agent.r1102 ENTERING IN.
r1102 OUR BODY, NOW AND HEREAFTER.
r1104 AS BECOMETH WOMEN PROFESSING
r1105 THE REST OF THE DEAD.
r1106 RESURRECTIONS AND CONDITIONS
r1107 THEY THAT SHALL ATTAIN
r1107 A MISAPPREHENSION.
r1108 ABOUT OLD MANUSCRIPTS.
r1108 A SUCCESSFUL MINISTER.
r1109 OLD THEOLOGY TRACTS.
r1109 EXTRACTS FROM INTERESTING LETTERS.
If there is a mark, thus X, it indicates that you are owing for the past year; and two such marks (XX) indicate that you are several years in arrears according to our books. If you think our record in error, advise us. If you cannot pay such arrearages, write and tell us so; and we will CANCEL THE DEBT. We want to square up all accounts to Jan'y 1889. Then, if ever you become able, you may, if you choose, contribute to the Tract Fund account, to help carry the good tidings to others.