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The final results of the twelfth census give the total population of the United States on June 1, 1900, as 84,233,069.
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If you are sick to death of the commonplace, if the debit and credit of life's "daily pit-a-pat" wearies you past endurance, if the modern world with its hard, matter-of-fact ways has "got on" your nerves, steer your course for the Marble Arch any Wednesday evening a few minutes before eight.
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The following editorial in a recent number of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle is full of interesting food for thought and inquiry:—
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To the Editor of The Morning News.
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We clip the following from the Public Ledger of Norfolk, Va.
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The Lectures

A lecture by Edward A Kimball of Chicago, under the auspices of the local Christian Science Society, was given in the Opera House on Thursday evening, March 20, before an audience of six hundred.
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Governor Jordan's Fast Day Proclamation

Governor Chester B.
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To provide for those who have copies only of the 226th, or later editions of Science and Health, references are here given which will enable them to study the Bible lessons.
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"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," printed from new plates, with lines numbered, and with important revisions by the author, is now ready for distribution.
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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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Easter Message

We clip the following from The Daily Patriot regarding the Easter service at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Concord, N.
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Letters Pro and Con

We have received the following letter, which per the writer's request, we publish:—
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Among the Churches

We are in receipt of the following letters from New London, Conn.
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The Power of Truth

Over the desert land afar,Three wise men followed a glittering starTill it stood overhead where a young child layWith eyes just open to earthly day;Offering their gifts of frankincenseAnd gold and myrrh they departed hence:And thus was all wisdom's homage laidAt the feet of a humble little babe.
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Attaining Joy

The other night I lifted the curtain for a moment and looked back over some of the past scenes in my life, which were indeed very dark, for I seemed in those past days (long before I knew what Christian Science was) to be called upon to pass through many deep waters until at length I cried out in my anguish:—
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"Thou hast been Faithful"

The abiding consciousness of ever-present Good, in the working out of each problem, should, it seems to me, be the so-called larger demonstrations, or the continuous routine of daily duties.
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The Associated Press has doubtless made every one acquainted with the recent occurrence in connection with the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Demonstration

The practicability of Christian Science lies in demonstration.
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Consider the Lilies

Clouds have closed o'er sombre skyTimes full many I trow,And the darker the cloud the richer the storeof rains that have fallen below;But I never knew the smallest treeOr the humblest flower complain,While the buds all silently, strangely grew,Waiting, no hour in vain:Till the sun shone out some blessed morn,And then were the wonderful blossoms born.
Testimony of Healing
I feel compelled to write my testimony and hope that I may be accepted as one more witness to the Truth as contained in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Testimony of Healing
We do not realize how much our small demonstrations count, nor how much good they may do others who have experienced similar ones.
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That good seed sown is never lost has been proven to me of late.
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In November, 1899, in the city of Saginaw, Mich.
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Nearly three years ago symptoms of erysipelas began to develop on my face, and being unable to overcome the trouble myself, I went to a Scientist for help.
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In a recent article on "Back Bay Churches," Boston, George Willis Cooke says in the Boston Transcript: "The tendency in this denomination [Unitarian], as in most others is just now decidedly away from a vigorous intellectual consideration of problems that search the minds of inquiring men.
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Christian Science: The Religion of Jesus Christ.

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