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The National party has abandoned the idea of keeping a presidential ticket in the field, and Archibald L.
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Professor Langley, of the Smithsonian Institution at Washington, D.
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With each succeeding year we approach nearer to the final electrification of the main line railway, and to-day we are very close to the happy era when the steam locomotive shall be no more in the thickly inhabited section of cities.
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Typewriting by wire is the newest marvel of electrical Science.
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Chinese literature is so extensive that a catalogue of the books in the four imperial libraries of the present dynasty classifies and briefly describes no less than ninety-three thousand books, and itself fills two hundred volumes! Although some western writers have described the collection as a whole as a vast library of Oriental conceit and a dreary wilderness of words, the Abbe Remusat, a genuine student of the Chinese language, wrote enthusiastically regarding their charm, saying he found in them "eloquence and poetry, enriched by the beauty of a picturesque language preserving to imagination all its colors.
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Editor Plain Dealer.
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In Reply to Critics

Editor of the Springfield Daily Press:— Will you kindly permit me to reply to the remarks of Rev.
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The Mission of Christian Science

To the Editor of the Boston Journal.
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A good florist, who is a Christian Scientist, and will present a written recommendation from a loyal student.
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The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
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My Reply

The Granite Monthly published in New Hampshire, for which I requested Christian Scientists to subscribe one year, is not adapted to the issuance of Christian Science literature, and it was not my intention to make it an organ therefor.
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The Baptist Watchman for September 20, contains an editorial under the above title referring to a Baptist minister who has been giving exhibitions upon the subject of hypnotism, and asks, "What should be the attitude of reasonable men in regard to it?
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The following extract from a letter recently received from a Christian Science friend, emphasizes the growing spirit of cordiality toward Christian Science entertained by many of our clerical friends.
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Christian Fellowship

The following letter given by the Pilgrim Congregational Church of El Reno, Oklahoma, to Dr.
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The Lectures

Judge Joseph R.
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Among the Churches

James A.
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My Experience

About a year and a half before coming to Christian Science I joined a Congregational Church.
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Patience

One thing we all need to cultivate is patience.
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A Good initiatory work for Christian Science has been done at our Chautauqua grounds this summer.
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Obedience

The word obedience is to me one of the most beautiful in the English language.
Testimony of Healing
With a grateful heart I acknowledge the multiplied blessings I have received through the teachings of Christian Science and the study of the text—book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Testimony of Healing
Sixteen years ago Christian Science was brought to my notice, and I received much help.
Testimony of Healing
In 1887 Christian Science awakened me from a sickly, selfish cynic, to the realization that in this present world, there is something that I can work for with all my mind, soul, and strength.
Testimony of Healing

Christian Science is for All

To the Editorial Department:—I enclose a letter received from a former seamstress of mine, now living as lady's maid with a friend.
Testimony of Healing
Christian Science has made me a better man morally, physically, and spiritually.
Testimony of Healing

Good Work being done in Europe

The following extract from a letter giving good news of work and demonstrations in Christian Science are published that others may enjoy them.
Testimony of Healing

A Tribute to the "Little Book"

A Tribute to the "Little Book.
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Religious Items

A writer in the Christian Register says: "We are ever disposed to measure ourselves by what is conspicuous and tells in our favor with others.
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