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The announcement having been made that Judge William G. Ewing, the noted Illinois jurist, would lecture on the subject of Christian Science, caused the Shawnee Opera House to be crowded last night (Tuesday, October 29) with an audience of the very best and thinking class of our citizens, composed of about an equal number of ladies and gentlemen.
Judge Ewing's exposition of the principles upon which the faith is founded and also the illustrations of its power coming under his own observation, was so clear and well chosen as deeply to impress his hearers, and many who came with the purpose of receiving a better understanding of the subject, went to their homes acknowledging that Christian Science as expounded by Judge Ewing would bear the closest investigation both from an ethical and practical standpoint.
with contributions from W. M. Harrison, J. R. Robinson, Arthur E. Hills, John T. Hamilton
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
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Editor with contributions from Harriet S. Berry, W. John Murray
Among the Churches
with contributions from J. L. D., W. M. C., Fannie C. Lovell, Henry C. Lawrence, Keble
Sweet Sabbath Day
BY M. E. O.
Thankfulness for the Three-fold Blessings
BY J. A. BARHYDT.
BY MARY J. MOORE.
Grateful for Christian Science
Anna L. Morris
A Testimony from Ireland
Great Fear Overcome
Jeannette R. McLellan
with contributions from T. L. Cuyler, Henry Drummond