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BOSTON

Published by the American Board of Commissioners for foreign Missions

CONGREGATIONAL HOUSE, I SOMERSET STREET

PRESS OF SAMUEL USHER, BOSTON, MASS.

Subscription, $1.00. Address CHARLES E. SWETT, No. 1 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass.

[Entered at the Postoffice at Boston, Mass., as second-class matter.]

of Commissioners for Foreign

House, No. 1 Somerset Street,

President. - CHARLES M. LAMSON, D.D.
Vice-President.-D. WILLIS JAMES, Esq.
Corresponding Secretaries. — JUDSON SMITH, D.D., CHARLES H. DANIELS, D.D., JAMES L

BARTON, D.D.
Treasurer. - FRANK H. WIGGIN, Esq.
Editorial Secretary.--E. E. STRONG, D.D.
Publishing and Purchasing Agent. — CHARLES E. SWETT, Esg.
Prudential Committee. -- The President and Vice-President ex officio.

EDWIN B. WEBB, D.D., CHARLES C. Burr, Esq., ALBERT H. PLUMB, 1.1., Hon. WILLIAM

P. ELLISON. Terms expire 1900.
REV. WILLIAM W. JORDAN, ELIJAH HORR, D.D., CHARLES A. HOPKINS, Esq., WILLIAM

H. DAVIS, D.D. Terms expire 1898.
G. HENRY WHITCOMB, Esq., JAMES G. VOSE, D.D., HON. SAMUEL C. DARLING, HON.

J. M. W. HALLTerms expire 1899.
District Secretary for New York, the Middle and South Atlantic States, Connecticut, and Ohio.

CHARLES C. CREEGAN, D.D., No. 121 Bible House, New York City. District Secretary for the States of the Interior. - Rev. A. N. HITCHCOCK, PH.D., No. 153 La Salle

Street, Chicago, Ill. Agent on the Pacific Coast. – Rev. Walter FREAR, Y.M.C. A. Building, Room 6, San Francisco, Cal.

MRS. ELIZA H. WALKER, Auburndale, Mass., or, Mrs. SARAH C. LITTLE, Oberlin, Ohio, may be addressed in reference to the care of Missionary children.

Woman's Boards of missions. W. B. M., Boston. – Miss ABBIE B. CHILD, Secretary; Miss S. LOUISE DAY, Treasurer. No. I

Congregational House, Beacon Street, Boston, W. B. M. of the Interior. -- Miss M. D. WINGATE, No. 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Secretary.

Mrs. J. B. LEAKE, No. 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Treasurer. W. B. M. for the Pacific. – Mrs. W. J. Wilcox, Secretary, 461 East 14th Street, Oakland, Cal.

Miss BESSIE B. MERRIAM, Treasurer, 1418 Franklin Street, Oakland, Cal.

Legacies. In making devises and legacies, the entire corporate name of the particular Board which the testator has in mind should be used, as follows:

“The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, incorporated in Massachusetts in 1812.” " The Woman's Board of Missions, incorporated in Massachusetts in 1869." “The Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior, incorporated in Illinois in 1873."

Honorary Members. The payment of $50 at one time constitutes a minister, and the payment of $100 at one time constitutes any other person, an Honorary Member of the Board.

Publications.
THE MISSIONARY HERALD, published monthly at $1.00 per year.
Pamphlet sketches of the several Missions of the Board, 35 cents for the set.
“Concert Exercises" and leaflets for free distribution may be obtained at the Mission Rooms.

The MISSION DAYSPRING, for children, published monthly by the American Board and the Woman's Boards of Missions, at $3.00 for 25 copies ; $1.50 for ten copies; single copies, 20 cents.

THE AMERICAN BOARD ALMANAC, annually. * Price, 10 cents ; $6.00 per hundred.
WALL MAPs, including Map of the World. Set of seven. Price on cloth, $10.00; on paper, $6.00.
For Publications, address CHARLES E, SWETT, No. 1 Somerset Street, Boston.

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American Board of Commissioners

merican Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.

Offices, Congregational House, No. 1 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass.

President. - CHARLES M. LAMSON, D.D.
Vice-President.-D. WILLIS JAMES, Esq.
Corresponding Secretaries. — JUDSON SMITH, D.D., CHARLES H. DANIELS, D.D., JAMES L.

BARTON, D.D.
Treasurer.— FRANK H. WIGGIN, Esq.
Editorial Secretary.- E. E. STRONG, D.D.
Publishing and Purchasing Agent. — CHARLES E. SWETT, Esq.
Prudential Committee.— The President and Vice-President ex officio.

EDWIN B. WEBB, D.D., CHARLES C. BURR, Esq., ALBERT H. PLUMB, D.D., Hon. WILLIAM

P. ELLISON. Terms expire 1900.
Rev. WILLIAM W. JORDAN, ELIJAH HORR, D.D., CHARLES A. HOPKINS, Esq., WILLIAM

H. DAVIS, D.D. Terms expire 1898.
G. HENRY WHITCOMB, Esq., JAMES G. Vose, D.D., Hon. SAMUEL C. DARLING, HON.

J. M. W. HALL. Terms expire 1899.
District Secretary for New York, the Middle and South Atlantic States, Connecticut, and Ohio.-

CHARLES C. CREEGAN, D.D., No. 121 Bible House, New York City. District Secretary for the States of the Interior. — REV. A. N. HITCHCOCK, PH.D., No. 153 La Salle

Street, Chicago, Ill. Agent on the Pacific Coast. - Rev. WALTER FREAR, Y.M.C. A. Building, Room 6, San Francisco, Cal.

Mrs. Eliza H. WALKER, Auburndale, Mass., or, Mrs. SARAH C. LITTLE, Oberlin, Ohio, may be addressed in reference to the care of Missionary children.

woman's Boards of missions. W. B. M., Boston. - Miss ABBIE B. CHILD, Secretary; Miss S. LOUISE DAY, Treasurer. No. I

Congregational House, Beacon Street, Boston. W. B. M. of the Interior.-- Miss M. D. WINGATE, No. 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Secretary.

Mrs. J. B. LEAKE, No. 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Treasurer. W. B. M. for the Pacific. — MRS. W. J. Wilcox, Secretary, 461 East 14th Street, Oakland, Cal.

Miss BESSIE B. MERRIAM, Treasurer, 1418 Franklin Street, Oakland, Cal.

Legacies. In making devises and legacies, the entire corporate name of the particular Board which the testator has in mind should be used, as follows:

“The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, incorporated in Massachusetts in 1812." “The Woman's Board of Missions, incorporated in Massachusetts in 1869." “ The Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior, incorporated in Illinois in 1873."

Honorary Members. The payment of $50 at one time constitutes a minister, and the payment of $100 at one time Constitutes any other person, an Honorary Member of the Board.

Publications.
THE MISSIONARY HERALD, published monthly at $1.00 per year.
Pamphlet sketches of the several Missions of the Board, 35 cents for the set.
“Concert Exercises ” and leaflets for free distribution may be obtained at the Mission Rooms.

THE MISSION DAYSPRING, for children, published monthly by the American Board and the Woman's Boards of Missions, at $3.00 for 25 copies ; $1.50 for ten copies; single copies, 20 cents.

THE AMERICAN BOARD ALMANAC, annually. Price, 10 cents ; $6.00 per hundred.
WALL MAPs, including Map of the World. Set of seven. Price on cloth, $10.00; on paper, $6.00.
For Publications, address CHARLES E. SWETT, No. 1 Somerset Street, Boston.

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THE NEW
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THE
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HERALD

Vol. XCIV

April, 1398

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CONTENTS

Editorial Paragraphs.....

125 MARATHI MISSION, -- From Mr. Gates... 148
In Memoriam. (With Two Illustrations)

SOUTH CHINA Missiox; -- From Dr. Hlager 149
132

NORTH CHINA MISSION. - From J/r.
The Sorrows of India. (With One Illustration) 135 (hapin, dr. Perkins, Dr. Smith, and

Miss Russill....

149
Third Convention of the Student Volun-

SHANSI Mission. — From Wr. Williams 151
teer Movement. By Secretary C. H.
Daniels, D.D..
138 Notes from the Wide Field....

153
"The Gospel of Discontent"

139 Indha : How a Village Opens, Fo'y-
nesia : New Guinea ..

153
A Model Church in Turkey. By Ra'.
Josiph K'. Greene, D).D., of Constantinople 140 Miscellany ....

154
Letters from the Missions ..

Bibliographical

142
JAPAN Mission. -- From Mr. Albrecht, Dr.

Notes for the Month...

155
John T. Gulick, and Mr. Il'hite....

142
MEXICAN MISSION, — From Mr. Wagner. 144

Special Topic for Prayer. --- Arrival in

the l'nited States. -- Arrivals at Stations.
WEST CENTRAL AFRICAN MISSION.- From

- Deaths.
Mr. Read, Mr. Sanders,and Mrs. Currie 144
Donations

155
ZULU MISSION. - From Mrs. Malcolm ... 146
EUROPEAN TURKEY MISSION.- From Mr. For Young People......

161
E. B. Haskell...

146

1 Chinese Feast for the Firstborn. By
WESTERN TURKEY MISSION. --- From Miss

Rez'. (. R. Hager, M.D., Hong Kong.
Farnham ..

147 (With Three Illustrations.)

BOSTON
Published by the American Board of Commissioners for foreign Missions

CONGREGATIONAL HOUSE, I SOMERSET STREET

PRESS OF SAMUEL USHER, BOSTON, MASS.

Bubsoription, $1.00. Address CHARLES E. SWETT, No. 1 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass,

[ Entered at the Postoffice at Boston, Mass., as second-class matter. ]

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