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of Commissioners for Foreign

House, No. 1 Somerset Street,

President. --- CHARLES M. LAMSON, 1).1).
Vice-President.--D. Willis JAMES, Esq.
Corresponding Secretaries. — JUDSON Smith, 1.1)., CHARLES H. DANIELS, D.D., JAMES I.

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

Edwin B. WEBB, 1).1)., CHARLES C. Burr, Esq., ALBERT II. PLUMB, 1.0)., 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., IION.' SAMUEL C. DARLING, Ion.

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, III. 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. 1

-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."

Honorarp mzembers. 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.

us Publications, address CHARLES E. SWETT, No. 1 Somerset Street, Boston.

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Editorial Paragraphs. (With Two Illustrations) 165

Statistics of Christian and Missionary

Work in Japan for the Year 1897. .... 175

Words of Cheer and Cries for Help from
Our Leaders at the Front

176
The German Mission in Shantung,

China. By Rev. Ilenry D. Porter, M.D.,
of Pang-chuang, Shantung

182
Letters from the Missions

185
EUROPEAN TURKEY MISSION. From Dr.
House, .....

185
MARATHI MISSION. - From Dr. Ballan-
tine....

186

NORTH CHINA Mission. -- From Mr.

Charles Ewing and Dr. Porter..... 187

SHANSI MISSION. -- From Mr. Atwater.. 189

JAPAN MISSION. — From Mr. Albrecht and

Mr. Rowland...

190

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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 Smitu, 1.1)., Charles II. DANIELS, 11., JAMES L.

BARTON, D.D.
Treasurer. - FRANK H. WIGGIN, Esq.
Editorial Saretary. — 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, 1.1., CHARLES C. Burr, Esq., ALBERT H. PLUMB, 2.1)., IIon. 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., LION, 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., 4th Avenue anıl 22d Street, 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
MISSIONARY

HERALD

Vol. XCIV

JUNE, 1898

Number 6

CONTENTS

234

234

236

238

Editorial Paragraphs

209
From the Deputation in China....... 216
The Jubilee of Protestantism in Aintab,

Central Turkey. By Rev. Charles S.

Sanders of Aintab (With Two Illustrations.) 217
Missionary Touring in Japan. By Rev.

J. H. Deforest, D.D., Sendai, Japan.... 221
A Study of Missionaries and Their
Work

223
Letters from the Missions
MICRONESIAN MISSION.- From Dr.
Rife..

227
MISSION TO Mexico. From Mr. Bis-
sell....

230
MARATHI MISSION. - From Mr. Bruce
and Mr. Gates.....

231
MADURA MISSION -- From Mr. Zumbro, 233

FOOCHOW MISSION. From Mr. Gard-

mer ..
SOUTH CHINA MISSION. - From Mr.

Nelson....
NORTH CHINA MISSION.- From Mr.

Stanley
Notes from the Wide Field...
Africa: The Congo ; The Upper Niger ;

The Rescued Gallas, The Bakubus.
Miscellany. Bibliographical..
Notes for the Month...
Special Topics for Prayer. Arrivals in
the United States. Departures.

Death.
Donations.
For Young People....
A Missionary's Return to China.

Mrs. Emma D. Smith of Pang-Chuang.
(With Three Illustrations.)

240

242

243

249

By

BOSTON

Published by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

CONGREGATIONAL House, I SOMERSET STREET

PRESS OF THOMAS TODD, BOSTON, MASS.

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

[Entered at the Postoftice at Boston, Mass., as pond-class matter ]

President. - CHARLES M. LAMSON, D.D.
Vice-President.-- D. Willis JAMES, Esq.
Corresponding Secretaries. — JUDSON Smity, 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., 4th Avenue and 22d Street, New York City. District Secretary for the States of the Interior. — REV. A. N. HITCHCOCK, PH.D., No. 153 La Salle

Street, Chicago, IH. 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 Mşembers. 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, io 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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