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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 16 February 1903

rrauMPu OL layor Cutchin on a Sunday Raid NOTHING DOING" i le Mayor Quickly Decreed a Vreck of The Sabbath Laws And as Quickly Found His Prey Had Flown rht'fn was turmoil ami !.riio-tit .Voihork avenue ycstenfay. Shade* Sherlock Holmes rose front their rtihly habitation anil put the man'le espionage upon the gaunt an.! *rict uro of Mayor Joel H. Cutchln. There s a gnashing of teeth, the rattle of ickly hidden bottles and the deathe jrurgle of quickly-swallowed booze. the mayor ha<i scratched his tnaseHrraln and his eagle eye had spied *t. Detectlve~Grllfln and the entire lice force upon active duty, ran hel qkelter from saloon to saloon wjille > chief had hlw fasten! hnrse hitched dy to make a quick run from the ath of Mayor Cutchln. for his ause mayorship had proclaimed {hat the oons on the kvenu? were doing busiH In violation of the Sabbath and ?y must b? closed. even if it took i entire police TiJree, backed by a g-hose from the Junior's steamer, t all -happ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 16 February 1903

| FOOTLIGHT GLEAMS j Tohlpht?'"When WV WVre Twenty T"One." , Wednesday?Imle Hez. ? ' Thuiwday?Tim Murphy. e 8' i'*? ? V;4. wr did see. ' Miate.r- Hac k's fizz bixz was out of order hut we found that Misters 1-^ith & Wells were ^^-^?reBKTy-RJT Wlifh Stunts and had Mister E, , _ Da rnail'a pas poitip like "Cold Mot*s*<w." We did enjoy "Win eh esteem Kg&j. and w" still have our nostrils filled with the smell <>t smok >. We liked Kit'- all 'ho people and we-thoupht ot.ii> or tfi?: they were preat hut we must say that "Mazeppa" was the finest horse aetor we ever saw. We say that Winchester" is a pood old pallet > arcuteer. and we are sorry that we stood at the Ik>v eftiee and lunch' .i fc?- o?r'-whe-l seat when we knew that Bi: up with the fouls- we ui|l,| epf.e. the thr". s so mueh hetter. t>;?r > . ><> ir was W- c.i a mm. r.| nig1 '...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 16 February 1903

W.J. BRYAN OUT OF THE RUNNING ' Makes Emphatic Statement ' Not Be Again Candidate < t=or Renomination. j i i 1-irriUTP M k VT2 TUC TCCITCC >T cn I o i'l/vrvu iiil- i rr J t tit Trust Question and Imperialism Are Necessary Issues Now. j Not Blowing Other Can- l didates' Horns. * New York. Feb. 1 t The Kvening j legraiu printed touuy mi interview ith William J. Hryan in which Mr. yan said he would not he a eandi- 1 !ir the Donioi ratle presidential ' tion next year. { ve said on many occasions that < X and will not be again a can* ' or ronomination." said Mr. lJry* ' d you cannot tn.tke that state? , k> emphatic. Under no consid* would I again go Into the fieM, 1 ay this now for the lieneflt or nds in the <ast. I am a plain ( in the Ueniot ratu- ranks and i ent to remain us su? h." ' being the case." he was asked, 2 In your opinion, ought to lie the ' ues of the next" campaign on 1 nocratlc side?" " 1 its make Issues," answered th...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 16 February 1903

_,v. , , ^ BjpT"he Even EE. T- PUBLISHED EVERY D. Roaiioko Nov 'T. V. T. V.V.*:V..T.'.V. fc- Throo Martha f On* Worth St o?a Coor I BOTH PHOI t '< BIKImm OIRC'O L E> Editorial Rooms ? WEATHER?Forcaat for Virginia: I> f" with fold wave in the interior. ItO.V NTMCE VA MONTI THE SORROWS Ntr-vadder story. no more heart-rends ing ' isul *>f blood auJ tears. has prohably ->v?-r been penned than the history . of Ireland for the past *lx-,hundred H^r years. "ThrK' times has the attempt been made to conquer it. by fcMward and Elizabeth and Cromwell, and three it apparently stHtwiwi, and yet in some respects the people still reKv main -jBKonquervd. since the two great principles for which they have ?-onter.i *?. home rule and reorganization p-? ? of tho land question are live and ac._live issues today. Hut. why it. of all nations?for that, at lea*t. it hau been?of all sulalued and so to speak. assimilated nations should have suffered such...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 16 February 1903

CAMPBEILWAS ANGRY Continued from 1st page.) ?? J hr Kn-re a tframntlc account of a mo?t drntutUir affair?an account sme'.lug of fire and brimstone. . When, after nearly seven houfa of ceaseless tiring. the prosecutors withdrew from the flehl. Judge Campbell -r-r--- ^troe*-^ted- <4eeiiearkig came to tHt-ead. The defense "had closed its case. "I ikni stone," said the Judge. "You have heard the prosecution; you have heard the defense. No. I have nothinv to say." Hoth sides have had their Bay. Upon Wednesday next, when the committee reassemble*, the rebufflrl Vill bigin. lint for a short hour's recess the hearing yesterday was continuous from 10 oVJock in the morning- ttntll ? o'clock in the evening. -Through all this long time Judge Camplnil kept the j-:?wnl and parried the thrusts of the cross-t xaniiner. who pressed him without fr.ercy. Here and there he stuiutWed ami showed signs of weaken- 1 ing lnrt taken all In all. he was u remarkably pood witness for himself. All tha...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 16 February 1903

Ethe neW nation. |C Grosscup Delivers Address .- it Ann Arbor. i Arbor. Mich.. Feb. 14.?Jiuljcc *. J oescup of the United States Cir- | Jourt, Chicago. lectured before the j !T?lly of Michigan Good Govern_<3_Ub tonight on the subject' >f tfew rvation." EK~ ' Judge Gross< up s spoei it was in part I R' as follows: BT-'K "In the very nature of thinies w? He iaittt expect that men w ho iio not se ! [ their way clear to an improvement, of j the conditions under old forms of in- i wlal lUvapf v will iintortuin Kvm. I tpaihy for ?Vystem ttmt^promiseH soiiu- I thing new. The s< partition of labor 1 from proprietorship. t!i>' separate :n<?- Jliiatlun of these two furies, us ?. :r? ! mies, instead of their comminglitr; i |n common interest, is the most tin:-publican ami menacing fact that iiu.v t ! confronts the American people. "The consoluhttinrr itiea. tints far. hn< -Accentuated this menace, it has don.' I ^srha...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 16 February 1903

I' lK) Y()V: V'A'O YOt MiSTBRS W.VN1 TH! In Saturday's puzrle the person scih the npf?er rtvht corner as base, the girl's shoulder and oolhir. ? AVe .tre headquarters for fine @ tnuts, toilet waters, sachet poi oo and soap?i. Some new and eg pec ? fetching odors qf French prod m ^^H?S_iuuJ il? Our 33c an <M?nee?44m ^^M^SPonaiin:;?!? blxfrf"-'* teif;M .^.t?<i-u> ^ not Ih- equalled at that price. T <? small quantity anil judge for your '$ X*1*'* i 'i?i0( 1 Duties B- House . Is>se their imple; possible to Is W?i?? falv.' I.!, 8 , >? rva!<u i? s Kard< P " find indispensable ' > *. Ix-inK w??'t ar the- wearer '."no > have your sir**, lot 1 ' TO i Honvenience, Cl< I - Brilliai The Electric Light i: ^Hbt at all aboutit's being 1 sibling in the dark for mate the key, It's dark. Slmi FOR EST Wt"Wiring Y< ?W. E. WO I > ? Nor 132 Campbell A I t t-' - - ...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 16 February 1903

BlSu WASHED It Thafolh? secret of oiir success. No ft foreign matter la left in fabric to mar [& ft- All classes of work 'act; Lfea'od -by Kl those specially skilled in their line. Hv This Insuivs r? sa a';a i :m in ?u/ vitior ? aj . K Radford Steam Laundry r p oilcits the work of particular people. f^Rc? Wo know how to please. I DO NOT FORGET | TO CALL XT OUR STORE IW and secure an illustrated CO< >K [ ^ BOOK FREE Malta-Vita demr I' onstration is in progress, II HUNTER & CO. F THE GROCER. [ r. Cor. Salem aveu and Commerce 8t. W. S. and J. B. GREEN WAY T 1^7. It ts finite an easy matter to decide Hfery why we are selling more Heaters ar.J , y Cook Stoves than our neighbors, and I H y?u ?*e al a glance when you compare our prices. We have an ele^Br-~aan supply of elght-d.iy nlekel Kr clocks, and furniture for the rich and Mr?the poor. - Some Christmas Toys at half 7 price. Amonns Knitting Yarn to beat r- the band. Corno - nd see us. K W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 February 1903

BRYAN OUT HILL HOPES New Yorker in Race With Renewed Vim ' y J PARKER IS INAfTIVF Hill Looks for a Control in- the 1 Democratic Convention and 1 Parker Quits inHis Favor * \!.hiiiy K.S. 1*7 ? l?;?vi,| M. Hill H still a i.ui.Mdato for tho Uoan'oniM^ iHitdliiaiton for tho prosh!?'i\.>. \\nilo * the former *. nator. as usual will not 1 .discus* the jTinltrr in nny way. his friends tiv.*?K? ho concealment of hK j a in bit :on Thrr* is murh satisfaction anions ' Mi Mill's. .tsKiH^atl's atvit niliiiHi i>* in ~j this city over tho unnoiiticohicnt by { Mr. Bryan that he will not ana in bo n ( candidate under nuy circumstance*. I ? Mi Utii expect* to control the Ib-niocratlc convent ion. He Im>!loves that ^ nil Hisrriti f.oinr to a Democratic victory ?twr that the opportunity for which ho has l?octi wait ins for so many yoariTTs , about to foin?. s-rat* b?ll?v*? thnt thry ran ilrteot th?' ( . *r<ret of Allrn H. Parker's apparent ( ItMllfTeTworo to ...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 February 1903

Fm WHAT'S DOING AT RICHMOND Telegraph and Railroad People Will Make Big Fight Before Committee. tELIEF FOR THE FIREMEN IBS! To Aid Disabled Fire Laddies Cocoes Up Torfay?Bills To Amend the Charter of the City of Roanoke. Ri< hinoiul, V;?^- Feb. K Sp.iial ? The bill to ? rt-ai/- a ?-tate Nianl of . graphic coimnls.sioni'rs. wiiiiii was ach??ul<xi to romo In-fore :It n- ueral )a?e committee this morning. vrjun p?*Jt;>oni-d and l\VdE?~-<lity week. when it-will vie ?*r;n'y op posed by oouas"? i for th,. \Vi>t?*r:i Ftion Telegraph Company ami :In Norfolk ami Western rail mail It "pi-> r *l<Ies for 11 !>ua.r<J before ?h:eh all orrTWtorn raiall appear a:ui l,e . \j;r. K Ined. The llland bill ruaklne a spei :n: appropriation aunually for the relief "f disabled firemen will conn- tip -touio/ row la the Mouse, and will cause a Br- gTBt hgfrr.?A nnntlwr of ?un?.. n?'^ make similar provision for t...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 February 1903

DOINO WtLL IN MtXICO. _ _____ Former Koanokt Boy Makirg Most of Opportunities. A recent number of the "Pan-Aroerlcan WorM," a monthly publication issued ?4inultnnoously In Deliver, Col., and the City of, Mexico. contains the -fiiHawfaig.highly complimentary sketch of- Joseph F. Uotiy, M. R.. which apeak* lor Itself; A few years ago a young man of strong personality, passed his final examination at thy Northern School of -mine*. and with well merited honors went forth w ith diploma, a well rounded scholar and a mining engineer by profession die was young Joseph i\ Body. a Virginian by birth, son of the lute Henry Hotly, the widely known riiilt'atuil fi?ni riirla" nod capitalist <>f Virginia and nth r Southern St at vs. Not only did tJt voting man i-c.ive n thorough technical and scientific training, hut under Ilia fathers guidance ho iniuiti\eiy deepencu th.siry into ptacticc !>> fid 1 Study.and personal eont:?et witli various engineering p...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 February 1903

PfheEven m Wt~~~ PWUtMED Event Di K Roanok* N?? 7. [r; WEATHER?$\>rca?t for Virginia: K Iaay leir, conuuicn com. "HOANOKK. V.V. Tl USD THAT HEAR For soa.e days past there ha? l---n i lots uf Uilk i-otu ornij; William It " Hearst. congressman mod porprb tor of the New York Jotirnal and other papers, us a probable candidate nu th?- | Democratic ticket for president.^ We bavo tbouiiht of ail thin talk and socalled boom purely in the m n.-o of u Joke, t? be classol alon^ with the a? ( pi rations of Richmond I?earson Hoi son for that hifji office, but it turns out > as not intended for u joke, but s? riWe recognize the f.u-t that tlie lw mocratic party Is" under many obligations to Mr. H<wn-t for the work he ' ALASKAT BOUND Tho action of congress in tin- Ma.-- j kam boundary question must come as . R. a 8urprim> to many ami looks vor> E; . muck like knuckling to the demands " "of HnRiami by appolnUngjromin i ssionR; ?re to ?|JU8t a m...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 February 1903

OLD TO LEAVE OR THEY WILL DIE (Continued from first page.} i command ot the Chinese army at ekin when it attack^ the legatlon0 In 1900. The 'News charges that ? is secretly receiving support from ie Chinese court, and then publishes le following letter, which It has re Ivwl from a foreign resident inleiw>1: __ f. "We are >u?i now much concerned x>ut the fol'owing matter: It seems tat Tun-g-fu-Hsiang is very actively reparing for some great move. H?iok at .least 10 000 soldiers in good >n<t1ti?n. and is buying up large j&ntlties of grain and fodder. How 1 gets his mom-y is a mystery. "There is a constant communication vfcweem Tung-fu-Hsiang and Prince it fin. Thp lo?-nt!r>n nf Tunc i-Hsiang is Heichengtre. a place trine11 northwest of Knyna-rr hi Kanru. ho provincial military command* r reding In Kuynan has no troopj to rpose Tung-fu-Hsiang, havinz <1 iri- I tnd?ed four thousand l>y im...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 February 1903

jr naval coaling station * f P ' Agreement Signed by -President |; Pal ma Havana. Feb. H5.--I*n*?liJ?,nt Valuta feigno*} the naval oalitiK station hi: ret nor.t today. 'I he two < opi?*i ?.l t!i*? Kfi ' n^r... ?>n, h , i .. MLMud 1" . ij.^4 ' - ed Sptir.isli and Kiinlhh translation|}fg*v'' wrl'.'tn In jttt i .?i !?*; M.% HE;.. Spiers having iv;x?:t< I l'r? sid'n: K'. ? Hot /- evolt's approval t>f 'h?- latent movements . stiKKosteti l?y the Cuban Vr government." President Valma. atVr a brief conversation siKned bo;li tb>< niod#. Itoth iopit's will If ?ak, t By-: > Washington by Mr. Sivri. wt > wi. ami tomorrow. probably ! > wa> <: N- . York. Tlir t? ni of tlte a-*:* < in- will not be published lien- until Pr? nt TTiM'Wt'lt signs i: bg- it i< in |. r 'o>! - to eontain no pout" '??f itiii?o:!a-. < *;.> 11 . alr?'...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 February 1903

VhAT weim'bd thk mastiff tx FIND TUB M Iu ycBtf-nlny'H mizzle. one of thi of tho picture, the upper part Ix*in found tioslde the sjxMker. the uppot this instance. I 4f i i n 1r w-"j " It is a little 0 word of co It costs b vir it costs aln guarantee money if V ! ? prove effccti down condii vous people, Less than t 3 of a hundrc J[ oughly satis I ' M ssie's ? 109. J e Convenience, Q< ?i V Brilliai The Electric Light i doubt it all about it's being fumbling in the dark for mate turn the key, it's dark. Simj x FOR EST ^Wiring Yc W. E. WOI No. 132 CampbeirA ks .. 4 , Lr ^ . "l" ' ^ * .* ) DRIVE THE TRAMI' OPE? CAN YOC A ST IFF. TOLL? ' ' l>oys may 1k> found In th?? lowrf part g nsod as lTaso" The other may be right turner being used a.-- base in Fine MixM Lawn Grass Seed | \ For Bald Spots on Your lawn, ' I ? ? ~m 4 IV; | II . , I _ " ; , ~f V*/ , ~ (; tiling to speak a . mmon comfort J' . ? >ut little to say - $ 40L lost nothing to to refutid...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 February 1903

WEi^ WASHE^ QOT^ilEs' irut r> rn?- srcrri or our success, rxo ---foreign matter is left in fabric to mar All class**' of work ;if treated by thos^ ppecl&lly skilled in their line. ~ This insures results not attainable In any other way. II Radford Steam Laundry * solicits the work of particular people. by - - ' Wo knew how t<i please. || , DO NOT FORGET |Hgr TO CALL AT OUR STORE and secure an illustrated C0< >K K? HOOK FRKE Malta-Vita demonstration is in progress. IZ. HUNTER & CO. THK CltOCER Cor. Salem ava. and Commerce 8t W. S. and J. B. GREENWAY It to quite an easy matter to decide why we are telling more Heaters and Cook Stoveg than our neighbors, an 1 yon will see at a glance when you Kl , . compare our prices. We have an elegan supply of eight-day nickel alarm HBk?:? dncka^and furniture for the rich an 1 the poor. Some Christmas Toys at half price. Antonns Knitting Yarn to beat the band. Come and ace us. K&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 18 February 1903

fc^_ ^_ 'y - BOLDEST IN MAIS ireat Suffering in the North ? :0LD IS INTENSE hermometer Near Zero. Suffering is The Mitigated by a Lack of Winds - Mercury ' Down to Eight Above, Here Last Night NVw York. Teh. IS. -Today is on* the cod?wt Ln years. The thermom'r is,six degrees above an>! traffic Is Veiled. Tfre miseries of the poor are itlgafid by the luck of winds but. elr suffering is Intense Reports ?m ait the country announce bitter Id. The wwether man', fin-traction of lCfi ^?ld-er, with west winds, h.is cerinly been verified ttxlay. This morning at 3 a. 111. tho nier :y stood at X Above iero Since sun le, however. R has steadily gone The Vind. towever. is the worst feti re in many months, and if 'has ised at nuts to t>e done that the per mers never; thought of before. Hat.-, ?- & n-nisane^, while skirt-* had a tided hatred to remain in th-lr_ 3per position. ? ~ " ~ 9 " " "?*'? . = ? iliiinnn nmit hUnUn rlbuJ . WARMING UP Fbe"ReHgious Herald w 1!...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 18 February 1903

I iwniiMMiiiinnimi W1' | FQOTI.IGHTGT.F.AMS ; ItlMMIIi Ml Bjj. r _ "Tomorrow y m Mur;;hv. Hr^ " The milo of Soars b< K;in thi* :n<.v?:'?u prompt v at T' o I'vk for the ? ri^w meatti of "l'n- > H>v." aiui Tim \i Trphj K' -||t)W Aradoiuy. i*3.'.'- nuiiMvJir.i lit rr Crete th?* ?! . \ in the -ale. but .? *t.m' l(Ve<? at the '!?:im:uI f<?r s?n'--' *'u.- ?h? eogaj; ' \t \1 i If iNo truT won) was < v< r spok- a that *tn ! vuv\I hi;;- wit! Will h-~ ! - - " 'L night,?w.h. ^ - *"y ? JH)SC? 0!! >. ' telephone .1 ' !! V. :.* I i.VV. of the }n? knoy< <! pa: - delight* wen,'. iVi-:*'i;*;.%*'? *- *.*a O'-r mo t J?;: t*a'. *.?-i. Km* : ' inns who po"a^.s ho -it!- - vit long nn?I -a: if.'-V.ii/J'b V , p.ar* and bit? . ' rr.i :< i- ' v.- g'\ natural nr.I- 1 f<!T1; I*r? i?? '!? aswn on t! r- > '.r ar v.i wlth ag i'' < nnja 1 .* &g...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 18 February 1903

EIGHTEEN PERSONS DROWNED * Steamer Olive Struck bv Cyclone and Sent to Bottom ==^ frf 7 PARTIAL LIST OF DEAD, ; ? One Woman +an3 ^Yotrpe Child Anions Victims?Survivors Al- I mo.,t Fro:cn When Rcsc'ued by Another Steamer. Nurli '!:. V. **; J'. Jf. ! 7 \ ?.\ clone Mtrilck t!?? "pltf- ? nji I ?; I "V "*' which pjp -? !:> ?? :! Crank'In Vn ;iri I I Kdelltot). N. .11 !' .",'i w'i !ir. !v i.i.-t.J uiKht 11 n(1 s. at her to not tout ?t',| the .Chowan nvct oi \V oll-y's pie*, between Mount l'h asaut u::l ' Oliver' wharf. Seven t?? 4.1 opje .u . :_: i<11 to hav been ilt v?\\:i ?t and ihi who iw.i' r? itare in a sitioue condition. The whirlwind when it sinnk th? i Olive i iniF il h? r to k<> ' 'U- h* f Imam* end ji id win ii *he liKllli'd wan ifcily te? -ink on moan' "f th" water s-h,? bad taken. \ .nnjuiii.v of j tile pas: I | *. | > and v were lii'iu.v at the tnr.e and had ti.> ..pp >. utility i<&amp...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 18 February 1903

BnTh'e Even :: -r*&" PUBLISHED EVERY C | HavA?**:, ,_ . Roanofct N* f BlsiiSVl ' ' BATES I k- both pho Wkjjfc EAUfM Room WBATUBK?Forcast tor Virginia: B'Tbun?Bfcj. ROlYNOK*:, Y.\ . \VK1>NK' FREEDOM OF RE There is u growing tendon.y ;:i * 1:j~ coursCry tow.irik; curtailing the Ff, tutioaal guarantee of freedom of .e'.:;:ioi?. thought, and belief. This i? ? trat-Bl in the recent attempt in the state of Now Hampshire to li gi?iat" 'agalns* Chriatitn Soiou< o. but w!i >h met with an l^nomlnotia defeat. 'and fc'fe; . remarkable to say the victory was won thrtnigh people who interested heoiaehnw in the spatter who were r.r Christian Scientists. There is a good deal of "blgo* jp matUtrs religions as everyone i?-. preparent to admit. The over-zealots t;.% tarion, who, in nearly every ease '.eais the opposition against some n?'w lous oiK, i.s too narrowed by his >v. n beliefs, too circumscribed to properly judge the doctrines of others....

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