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Editorial

"Peace, be still!"

"Peace, be still!" our Father is at the helm.
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"THE Age of Electricity is only just dawning," said Assistant Commissioner of Patents Greeley recently, "and one advance in this direction which we are about to witness is the conversion of the steam railroads of this country into electric railroads—a change that would have been accomplished already to a large extent, but for the immense amount of money invested in locomotives and the first enormous expense of installing an electric plant.
Items of Interest
The funeral services of Colonel Robert G.
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THE death of Col.
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BORN in Dresden, N.
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THE following is from the writings of Colonel Ingersoll.
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THE closing days of the nineteenth century are the days of women's achievement, but in all the remarkable record of the end-of-the-century woman there is perphaps no name that just now stands out more prominently than that of the quiet woman of Concord, N.
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IN connection with the agitation in New York and Pennsylvania against the freedom to apply the principles and methods of Christian Science, and the efforts to secure legislation against that school, a letter from the attorney-general of Colorado to the New York Tribune is of considerable interest.
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IN these days, there are all sorts of views of Christian Science.
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An Attorney-General's Opinion

To the Editor of The Tribune.
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Current Religious Items

Is this generation of Christians unspiritual?
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The Lectures

Mr.
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THE First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Topeka is at 210 West Sixth Street.
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Suggestions to a Beginner

My Dear Friend:—In reply to your good letter I will try to tell you something of my impressions of Christian Science.
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LONDON, June 20.
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By simply greeting the advocates of a wider influence of woman in politics, this Queen, who has ruled successfully for sixty-three years over hundreds of millions of subjects, and during those years has been a loving wife and the mother of a large family, answers the stock arguments about the incompatibility of public life and politics with what is called "woman's sphere.
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LINCOLN, Neb.
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THE papers of Cincinnati, O.
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About twelve years ago I was informed there was one Mrs.
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Gardening

I went by the field of the slothful, and by the vineyard of the man void of understanding; and, lo, it was all grown over with thorns, and nettles had covered the face thereof, and the stone wall thereof was broken down.
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A Convincing Experience

To the Editor of the Globe: —At different times of late I have seen little paragraphs in reference to Christian Science, which the writers have undertaken publicly to denounce.
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The Larger Life

THAT Christian Science can and does heal the sick, has been told in song and story, in spoken and written testimony, by countless grateful hearts—hearts from which the Christ-Truth has rolled away a stone.
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A Suggestion

ONE of the best proofs that Christian Science is the Truth is the opposition it meets with in certain seemingly influential and powerful quarters.
Letters

Letters

Dear Editor:— We have been enjoying with the loved ones in Boston the Communion time, and all its wondrous blessings.
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THE eleventh edition of the Church Manual is now on sale.

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