The Lectures

A large audience, probably about six hundred people, assembled last night (Thursday, May 3) in Greene's Opera House to hear a lecture on Christian Science by Judge William G. Ewing of Chicago. People were waiting before the doors were opened at half past seven. The audience included men and women from all the smaller towns around and a fine representation of our own citizens.

Judge Ewing is one of the members of the Board of Lectureship of the Christian Science Church, and is in constant demand. He was introduced by his friend of the bar and bench, Samuel K. Tracy, general solicitor of the B., C. R., & N. railway. Judge Tracy spoke briefly but impressively in the following words:—

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