From Lisbon, N. H.

The Methodist minister here has recently preached four times against Christian Science, calling Mrs. Eddy by name, and saying it was very strange that this revelation should have waited so many years and then come through a woman, and that woman from New Hampshire! also saying that we took Christ down and put Mrs. Eddy upon the pedestal. Since preaching against Christian Science he acknowledged he had never seen Science and Health. I can see a manifest change of sentiment in regard to Christian Science, and nearly every day we hear of some one inquiring about it. Some good healing has been done though there has never been a regular practitioner located here. Our meetings are very harmonious, all striving to work for the best interests of the cause. The Nashua Telegraph, the largest daily published in the city, has opened its columns to Christian Science, and offers to publish anything on either side over the writer's own signature.

C. C. Moore.
Lisbon, N. H., February 11, 1899.

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