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Perhaps no person ever received such a welcome in the United States as did Admiral Dewey upon his return home after an absence of twenty-three months.
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The First American Printing-Press

It was a matter of very great interest to me to learn that the first printing-press brought into North America—the very one upon which parts of Eliot's Indian Bible were printed—still exists at Montpelier, Vt.
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Wanted—A Benevolent Germ

It is questionable whether the almost daily scientific announcements as to the habitat of bacteria are an unmixed good or add much to the gayety of mankind.
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If any physician in this county should attempt to follow Dr.
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"If a medical officer of the army were nowadays to chloroform a man, as Dr.
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Extract from a paper read by Rev.
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"There is a new disease," said a bright woman yesterday, as several of us sat over the teacups.
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Among the visiting Christian Scientists who responded to Mrs.
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"When I was attending medical college," said a New Orleans physician, "our old professor of materia medica and general practice told us one day that he had a remarkable case which he proposed to exhibit next morning in clinic.
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A young Hebrew of Peoria, Ill.
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The foundation of the new temple of the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, is now laid and work on the superstructure is about to be started.
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"The Spinning-Wheel at Rest"

Poems.
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The worst kind of religion is no religion at all; and these men living in ease and luxury, indulging them selves in the amusement of going without religion, may be thankful that they live in lands where the Gospel they neglect has tamed the beastliness and ferocity of the men who, but for Christianity, might long ago have eaten their carcasses like the South Sea Islanders, or cut off their heads and tanned their hides like the monsters of the French Revolution.
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In reply to the numerous inquiries, Is Mrs.
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Owing to important work in hand and many multiplied duties, Mr.
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Misrepresentation is always best met by a mere statement of the truth.
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Euthanasia

It is not strange that there should be a public outcry against the practice of enthanasia by physicians.
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Our Leader

The following are some appreciative references to the Rev.
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At the regular weekly meeting of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, held in the Auditorium annex on Wednesday evening, many testimonials were given by persons in the congregation, which, as one reflects upon them, tend to induce a conviction that the application of the fundamental principles upon which the movement is founded, are accomplishing a great deal of physical as well as spiritual good.
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Some few have stood upon the mountain heights of thought and there conversed with God.
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The Lectures

This field was richly entertained Sunday, September 17, by the presence and words of Edward A.
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Spurious Literature

Many friends who have become interested in Christian Science having previously read spurious literature on the subject, find it a great stumbling-block when asked to read nothing but the authorized literature.
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Familiar Texts Explained

"When the even was come, they brought unto him many that were possessed with devils: and he cast out the spirits with his word, and healed all that were sick: That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying, Himself took our infirmities, and bear our sicknesses".
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A Voice from Nova Scotia

The writer attended the Christian Endeavor Convention at Boston in 1895, with hope of being healed of deafness.
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The watchword of the universe is progress.
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A Japanese Legend

Once upon a time there lived in the provine of Nigata a stone-cutter named Nekemoto.
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A certain Cleveland attorney has two bright little children.
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According to the teachings of Christian Science is a man saved by faith, or is he saved by works?
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Omnipotence

There is a power that governs all that mortal eye can see, A power we all must recognize, if from sin we would be free.
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To some of us there is only one thing more disagreeable than a dreary pessimism; and that is a fallacious optimism, —an optimism which because it wears a shoe imagines that the earth is carpeted with leather, which puts the telescope to its blind eye when it is aware of any hostile fact on the horizon, which fortifies itself by reading only such papers and attending to only such facts as it knows will confirm it in the opinion which it chooses to maintain.
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The Rev.
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Notices

Applications for membership in the Mother Church to be presented at the semiannual meeting of the First Members to be held Tuesday, November 7, 1899, must be in the hands of the Clerk of the Church on or before the 15th day of October.

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