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The appropriation bills that have passed Congress and those that are still pending call for unprecedented sums of money, and it seemed likely that the present Congress would make a record for extravagance before its adjournment on March 4, that would astonish the world.
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Reply to Dr. Whitaker.

Editor of Pioneer.
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There is much discussion now among the pastors and in the religious press about the great revival needed, prayed for, and expected.
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The Christian Science Journal is in the middle of its eighteenth year, which is evidence that it is a periodical which has a field, fills it, and has come to stay.
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The Lectures

The lecture on Christian Science which Judge William G.
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Our Blessings

Our blessings should be sought, not claimed,—Cherished, not watched with jealous eye;Love is too precious to be named,Save with a reverence deep and high
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How often do we look upon God as our last and feeblest resource! We go to Him because we have nowhere else to go.
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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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Obey the Law

The following from the pen of Rev.
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The Massachusetts Metaphysical College

The annual term of the Massachusetts Metaphysical College will open, with the Board of Education, on the first Monday of June, 1901, at 10 o'clock A.
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In the course of an able address delivered before the Massachusetts Legislature Tuesday, February 12, 1901, on the occasion of its first celebration of Abraham Lincoln's birthday, Senator Hoar referred to the Golden Rule as the solution of some of the serious problems which are now confronting our nation.
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At the celebration of the ninety-second birthday of Abraham Lincoln by the Middlesex Club at the Hotel Brunswick in Boston, Tuesday, February 12, 1901, Senator Joseph V.
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We republish the following from the Troy.
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[We herewith publish a synopsis of a paper written by Carol Norton, C.
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Another Christian Science healer—this time in Cincinnati—has been acquitted of practising medicine illegally, and this closes the old year with an unbroken series of victories for the "irregulars" over the forces of the recognized schools of medicine.
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In regard to legislation to regulate the practice of medicine, it may be well to observe that the choice of medical attendants and advisers is a matter which each man has a right to make for himself.
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Christian Scientists claim that a measure introduced at Albany, pursuant to the recommendations of the so-called regular practitioners, is a blow at personal liberty and permits the Board of Health of the State of New York to exercise autocratic powers in dealing with people who may have offended it.
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The Bell Bill so-called, now before the legislature, has been thus amended:—
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The Bell Bill aimed at the Christian Scientists is not only assailable on the ground of unconstitutional interference with religious liberty, but with personal liberty as well, for the right of people to employ whatever kind of healers they choose cannot be taken away by statute.
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Christian Scientists are before the Missouri legislature looking after their rights.
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St.
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Sacramento, February 8.
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Among the Churches

The opening services at First Church of Christ, Scientist, in their new home, corner Monroe and Newnan Streets yesterday.
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Never-Failing Blessings

Ever a Thank-off' ring do we send,For blessings, e'en now pouringFrom Him, "Our Father," Truest Friend,We stand in awe—adoring.
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A Comparison

One of the most impressive features to me, during the Communion week in Boston in June last, was the wonderful ease and quietness with which the great crowds of Christian Scientists handled themselves.
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The Inflow of Truth and Love

Have you never noticed the stones and weeds on the seashore when the tide is out?
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The Universalit Leader says editorially: "Why should we not pay for our religion as one of the necessities of our life?
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We request our co-workers throughout the Field carefully to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—

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