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Items of Interest
It is stated that the supply of anthracite coal in the hands of railroads and dealers will, at the present rate of consumption, probably be exhausted by the middle of September.
The report that the railroads are turning over to the retailers supplies that they have been holding in reserve since the inauguration of the strike is said not to be true.
The rather imposing residence of Jefferson Davis in Richmond, Va., which was purchased by the city and has been devoted to the uses of a public school, has been recently bought by an association of ladies and converted into a museum for the preservation of relies of the Southern Confederacy.
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The Advantage of Self-Education
Newell Dwight Hillis
Misapprehension of Christian Science
Severin E. Simonsen
An Adequate Reply
A Reply to Criticism
Life and Death
Ernest Crosby with contributions from Lyman Abbott
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Changes in By-Laws.
W. with contributions from W., H. S. H.
Among the Churches
with contributions from Emily W. Pierce, C. A. Turner, Florence M. Whipple, Charles T. Sempers
A Reason for the Faith
F. W. S.
"I was in Prison, and ye Came unto Me"
BY CHARLES E. ORCUTT
BY ELLA MAY WILLIS.
Christian Science in England
BY MARY J. MOORE
In the Book our Mother Read
Brought up by Primitive Baptist parents, with generations...
Justine B. Stiers Morgan with contributions from Lizzie V. Tucker Berry
with contributions from O. P. Gifford, G. H. Simmons, C. J. Perry, Arthur T. Hadley, Henry Wilder Foote, F. W. Robertson