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It is reported that Postmaster General Smith will shortly issue an order requiring a stricter enforcement of the postal laws regarding second class mail matter.
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Polar Explorations

Nearly four hundred and fifty years have passed since the first polar.
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According to the Municipal Journal of London, Eng.
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Judge Ewing of Chicago, who appeared at the Grand Opera House last evening.
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Concord's Hospitality

If the hospitable people of Concord experienced the truth of the statement that "it is more blessed to give than to receive," theirs must have been a happy state of mind on the days of the twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth of June.
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The proposed system of electrical transportation known as "telpherage".
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"Now that every postman in the United States and all the rural free-delivery carriers are limited walking postoffices for the additional purpose of registering mail matter, I will give you a point or two of value about this, one of the most important offshoots of the people's branch of the government which are imperfectly understood, and in some communities not understood at all," said a postoffice official.
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Speaking of the moral and kindly aspects of the late Ex-President Harrison's nature, Mr.
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Under the above heading the Montgomery.
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The annual message to the Mother Church of the Rev.
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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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Christian Science has no secrets to withhold from the world.
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Rev.
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Under the above heading a recent issue of the New York Sun contains an editorial of considerable length from which we quote the following:—
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An Interesting Interview

The following interview took place on Monday, June 24, 1901, between Lord Dunmore and a reporter of the Boston Globe who had been cabled to interview the Earl on behalf of the London Daily Mail and to cable five hundred words of the interview to the Daily Mail.
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We copy from a recent issue of The Beacon, "a weekly magazine of helpfulness and hopefulness," edited and published by Mr.
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Among the Churches

The semi-annual communion and reception of members was celebrated on Sunday.
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An Object Lesson

A few months ago a small rubber plant was brought into our home.
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Prison Work at Joliet, Ill.

In August, 1899, there was one copy each of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" and "Miscellaneous Writings" in the library of the Illinois State Penitentiary located at Joliet, Ill.
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Demonstration

The grand privilege of the Christian Scientist is the understanding that Spirit ever demonstrates its allness, and that matter ever demonstrates its nothingness through the false claim to the spiritual.
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Look shy at him, speak harshly and unkindly; accuse, blame, criminate, and threaten.
Testimony of Healing
In 1888 Christian Science found me an invalid suffering from nervous prostration and ulcerated stomach and bowels, brought on partly by strong medicine, and partly by worry and trouble.
Testimony of Healing

Letter from Germany

Karlsruhe, Baden, October 21, 1900.
Testimony of Healing
On the night of the twentieth of July, 1898, returning home from a Wednesday evening meeting, as I started to get off the car, which slowed up and then started with a sudden jerk, my foot caught in my dress, and I was thrown about four feet from the car.
Testimony of Healing

Help Received from the Quarterly

I feel that I ought to acknowledge the benefit I have received from the Christian Science Quarterly.
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A ministerial correspondent in The Congregationalist boldly faces the question of Jesus' miracles, i.
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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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