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SOUTH DAKOTA.

7.51; Springfield, Y. P. S. C. E. of MemoSpringfield, Cong. ch.

rial Cong. ch., for the Volunteer sund, 30; MONTANA.

do., Y. P.S. C. E. of Park Cong. ch., 5; Fort Logan, A friend,

Worcester, Y. P. S. C. E. of Pilgrim Cong.

ch., 20.51, FOREIGN LANDS AND MISSIONARY

RHODE ISLAND. - Barrington, Cong. Sab.
STATIONS.

sch. China, Fen-cho-iu, Rev. F. W. Davis, 10 C

CONNECTICUT. - Bristol, Cong. Sab. sch., Turkey, Hadjin, Mrs. J. L. Coffing,

add'l, 1; Plainfield, Y. P. S. C. E., 2.37; 2; Sharkushla, Friends, for Africa,

South Killingly, Y. P. S. C. E., 6.41, 8.23: A friend, 15,

23 23-35 23

NEW YORK. - Brooklyn, Class of little girls MISSION WORK FOR WOMEN.

in Branch Sab. sch. of Tompkins-ave.

Cong. ch., 1; New York, Y. P. S. C. E.
From WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS.

of Morrisania Cong. ch., 4.60,
Miss Ellen Carruth, Boston, Treasurer.

New JERSEY. - Englewood, Sab. sch. of For several missions in part,

9,714 24

Presb. ch. For Girls' school building, Van,

Ohio. -- Medina, Y. P. S. C. E., 25; South Turkey,

2,640 00-12,354 24 Radnor, Y. P. S. C. E., for pupil in MaFrom WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS OF THE

dura, 25,
INTERIOR.

ILLINOIS. - Milburn, Y. P. S. C. E., 20;
Mrs. J. B. Leake, Chicago, Illinois,

Mont Clair, Y. P. S. C. E., 2; South
Treasurer,

4,000 00 Chicago, Y. P. S. C. E., 20,

MICHIGAN. - Galesburg, Young people of MISSION SCHOOL ENTERPRISE.

Cong. ch., for support of mission school, MAINE. --- Brownfield, Y. P.S.C. E., 2; South

Madura, Berwick, Y. P. S. C. E., 11.69; Wells, Y.

WISCONSIN. - Windsor, Y.P.S. C. E. P. S.C. E. of 2d Cong. ch., for support of

Iowa. - Cherokee, Y. P. S. C. E., 10.50; student in Jafína College, 25,

38 69 Genoa Bluffs, Cong. Sab. sch., 1.76; MagNew HAMPSHIRE. Greenland, Cong. Sab.

nolia, Cong. Sab. sch., 5; Manson, Junior sch, 21.56; Sanbornton, Mission band of

Y. P. S.C. E., I; Polk City, Y. P. S. C. Cong. chi, II,

32 56 VERMONT. - North Bennington, Green Box

MINNESOTA.- Minneapolis, Como-ave. Cong. Pank of Cong. Sab. sch.

31 76

Sab. sch., 5-34; Ortonville, Cong. Sab. sch.,
MASSACHUSETTS. -
Bradford, Y. P. S.C. E. of

4.31; Worthington, Cong. Sab. sch., 4:44, ist Cong. ch., 2.31; Saunders ville, Extra

NEBRASKA. – Ainsworth, Cong. Sab. sch. cent-a-day Band, 20; do., Y. P. S. C. E., 3.12; South Deerfield, Cong. Sab. sch.,

CHILDREN'S “MORNING STAR” MISSION. MAINE. - Woodfords, Birthday box, primary

ILLINOIS. -Canton, Cong. Sab. sch., Birthdept, Cong. Sab. sch.

1 75 day offering, CONNECTICUT. — Plants ville, Cong. Sab. sch.

9 47

Iowa. - Albia, Mrs. Payne's boys,

42 00

12 50 7 25

E., 12.50,

30 76

14 09 3 72

407 16

8 54

75

20 51

12 50

35 00

FOR SUPPORT OF YOUNG MISSIONARIES. NEW YORK. - Mt. Sinai, Y. P. S. C. E., 10);

Iowa. - . . Spencerport, Y. P. S. Ć. E., 25,

| Karsas. -- Emporia, Y. P. S. C. E. of 1st ILLINOIS. - Chicago, Y. P.S.C. E. of South

Cong. ch., 25; Leavenworth, Y. P. S. C. E., Cong. ch., add'l, 1.14; Rockford, Y. P. S.

6.25, C. E. of ist Cong. ch., 25,

SOUTH DAKOTA. – Ipswich, Cong. Sab. sch. MICHIGAN, – Benton Harbor, Y. P. S. C. E., 25; Whittaker, Cong. Sab. sch., 6.25,

31 25 WISCONSIN. - Mondovi, Y, P. S C. E.

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EXTRA CONTRIBUTIONS.
COLLECTED BY THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE APPOINTED AT PITTSFIELD.
MAINE.
20

MASSACHUSETTS. \ugusta, Hon. James W. Bradbury,

300 00

Auburndale, Charles C. Burr, Bath, Galen C. Moses,

1,000 00 Boston, Samuel Johnson, 'ortland, Second Parish ch., W. W. Thomas, 1,000 OO

Rev. Arthur Little,
State-st. ch., W. W. Brown,

500 00

Mortimer B. Mason,
Rev. J. G. Merrill, D.D.

25 00

Mrs. A. C. Thompson,
Daniel Choate,

25 00

James M. W. Hall,
Misses Libby,

50 00

Arthur W. Tufts,

Dorchester, ad ch., Elbridge Torrey,
VERMONT.

Newton Centre, Rev. D. L. Furber, D.D. ennington, S. E. and A. C. Park,

Northampton, Á. Lyman Williston, 5. Johnsbury, Rev. Henry Fairbanks, 1,000 oo Pittsfield, Unknown, cash rec'd at Annual Hon. Franklin Fairbanks, 1,000 00

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CONNECTICUT. Bethlehem, A friend, East Hampton, Philo Bevin, New London, A friend in isi ch. of Christ, to

const. Miss CHARLOTTE P. COMSTOCK,

H. M.
Newington, Agnes W. Belden,
Rockville, A friend in Union Cong. ch.

Sab. sch. in Cong. ch.
J. N. Stickney,

IOO 00

5 00 250 00

50 00 500 oo

NEW YORK.

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Brooklyn, Rev. R. S. Storrs, D.D.

James P. Wallace,
Charles S. Baylis,
Joseph E. Brown,
James H. Bates,
George P. Stockwell,
James S. T. Stranahan,
Albro J. Newton,
Thomas E. Stillman,
Henry D. Polhemus,
Frederick W. Moss,
Wm. F. Merrill,
Rev. Howard S. Bliss,

Mrs. Susan M. Thwing,
Buffalo, Rev. John L. Franklin,
New York, D. Willis James,

Mrs. Ellen S. James,

Z. Stiles Ely, Schenectady, James R. Kellogg, deceased,

NEW JERSEY. Montclair, Samuel Holmes, of ist. Cong. ch.,

toward support of Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Eaton, Mexico, and to const. with previous dona. David GOODALE HOLMES and Geo. Day Holmes, H, M.

IOO 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 oo 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00

25 oo 200 00

TOO 00 10,500 00 1,000 00

250 00 1,000 00

ADDITIONAL DONATIONS FOR

SPECIAL OBJECTS. MAINE. – Gorham, Cong. Sab. sch., for sup

port of Tenaida Pobleens, at Mrs. Eaton's

school, Chihuahua, New HAMPSHIRE. -- Seabrook and Hampton

Falls, Joseph Kimball, ist Cong. ch., ior

work of Rev. F. D. Greene, Van, VERMOXT. Jericho Centre, Cong. Sab. sch.,

for educa. of boy in sch., care Mrs. Kilbon,
Natal, 9: Wells River, Miss L. B. Cham-
berlin, for educa. of Marta,
E. C. Wheeler, 10,

19 MASSACHUSETTS. – Boston, Second ch. (Dor

chester), Mrs. Ufford's class, for work of Miss Dudley, Japan, 5; Campello, South Cong. ch. Sab. sch., for use of Miss E. C. Wheeler, Harpoot, 6.41; Lee, Wellington Smith, for teacher in Rev. J. E. Tracy's school, 40; Medway, Y. P. S.C. E. of V'illage Cong. ch., for Industrial sch. at Sirur, care Rev. R. Winsor, 6; Rockland, Y. P.S. C. E., for work of Miss Holbrook, Japan, 11.63: Somerville, Y. P. S. C. E. of Prose pece Hill ch., for use of Miss E. C. Wheeler, 3; Williamstown, ist Cong. Sab. sch., for work of Rev. J. E. Tracy, 25; do., Faculty and Students of Williams College, toward support of Rev. J. G. Robertson, Marathi,

11.75, New' YORK. – Clifton Springs, Cora L.

Stoner, for scholarship at Anatolia College, 30; New York, Rev. D. Stuart Dodge and mother, for Rev. F. L. Kingsbury, M.D., Samokov, to aid in sustaining his printingpress, 100; A friend, for Industrial sch. at Sirur, care R. Winsor, 25; do., collected by Peter Carter, for Talas Dispensary, care Rev. W. S. Dodd, M.D., 25; do., Rev. John B. Devins, from “ Thornton Bigelow Penfield scholarship,” for student at Pasu. malai, 25; do., the Misses Leitch, toward support of Bible woman, to be selected by Mrs. T. S, Smith, Ceylon, 30; do., from do., toward support of Bible-woman, care Mrs. George Trimmer, Ceylon, 2; do., from do., for publication of tracts by the converted Fakir, care Pastor T. P. Hunt, Ceylon, 12; do., Blind Woman's Mission school, for Okayama Orphan Asylum, Japan, 7.24: Sherburne,“ Little Lights," for use of Misi Nellie S. Bartlett, Io,

266 24 New JERSEY. - Orange, Valley ch., for work

of Miss Annie Bradshaw, Japan, DELAWARE. Milford, Y. P.S.C. E. of ist

Presb. ch., for work of Miss Susan A. Searle, OHIO. – Circleville, Sunday sch's, for use of

Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Woodside, Bailundu, 12.40: Cleveland, Justus L. Cozad, 365: do. Mrs. Alva Bradley, 100: do., Rev. Charles F. Thwing, 25: do., Horace Fort, 25: all for Niigata schools; Dover, V.P.S. C. E., for work under Miss Morrill, Pao

ting-fu, 20. ILLINOIS. — Chicago, Members of Kenwood

Evan. ch., for work of Rev. T. D. Christie, 125; Englewood, Anna E, Nicholes, for use

of Miss Nutting, Mardin, in her school, 10, WISCONSIN. — Appleton, People's chapel Sab.

sch., for work of Rev. Wilberforce Lee, W. C. Africa, 5; Milwaukee, Grand-ave. Cong. Sab. sch., for Shemoon Hanna Sara, Mardin, 25; do., for Yasmeena in Marash Coll., 20: do., for Marash Kindergarten, 10.43; Okanchee, Margaret F. Rogers, for

educa. of girl care of Miss Nutting, 19, Iowa. - Charles City, Y.P.S.C. E., for sup

port of Aram Garabediar, Anatolia Coll., 25: Monona, Mrs. A. M. Davis, for educa. of boy care of Rev. F. D. Greene, 6.50; Muscatine, Y. P. S. C. E., for use of Rev. and Mrs, George White, Marsovan, 25,

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KANSAS. Wakefield, Cong. Sab. sch., for

educa, of “ Ruth Todd," Madura Mission, CALIFORNIA. - Los Angeles, ist Cong. Sab.

sch., for scholarship of Anedas Garabedian, care of Rev. J. L. Barton, Harpoot, 35;

Friends, for educa. of girls in China,
care of Rev. C. R. Hager, 50,
OREGON. - Portland, King's Daughters, for

Dr. Thom's hospital, Mardin,
New Mexico. – Santa Fé, Rev. D. W.

Learned, for Bible women's sch., care of

Miss Dudley, Japan,
TURKEY. - Talas, One-cent-a-week Bible So-

ciety, for distribution of Bibles in Madura
Mission, care of Rev. J. P. Jones,

MISSION WORK FOR WOMEN.
From WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS OF THE

INTERIOR,
Mrs. J. B. Leake, Chicago, Illinois,

Treasurer.
For Kūbe College Building fund,
add'l,

1,000 00
Girls' Boarding sch., Samokov, 264 00
For Beggars' sch., Aintab, care of Rev.
A. Fuller,

25 50
For pupil at Sholapur, care of Mrs.

Charles Harding,
For pupil care of Miss Miner,
For Kya Oka San, care of Rev. F. N.
White,

15 00--1,344 50

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FOR PERA CHURCH, CONSTANTINOPLE.

COLLECTED BY REV. CYRUS HAMLIN, D.D. Amount acknowledged in March Missionary

Less donation transferred, 100; and expenses Herald,

9,381 72 (traveling) of collections, 140.08,
Friends,

250 00
10 00

9,401 64
Interest earned to August 31,
9,641 72

9,722 oo

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BENJAMIN SCHNEIDER FUND.
Income for training preachers in Central Turkey, care Rev. A. Fuller,
Care Rev, T. D. Christie,

57 CO
50 00--107 00

JEANIE GRACE GREENOUGH CRAW FORD FUND.
Income (of which for education of girls in Western Turkey Mission schools, 40),

50 00

12,720 16

Donations received in August,
Legacies received in August,

106,637 50
17,756 59

124,394 og Total from September 1, 1891, to August 31, 1892: Donations, $545, 097.49; Legacies, $249,777.71 = $794,875.20.

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CONTRIBUTIONS FOR THE SCHOONER “ROBERT W. LOGAN,” FOR RUK, MICRONESIA. MASSACHUSETTS. - Boxford, Cong. Sab. sch.

NEBRASKA. – Grand Island, Jun. Y.P.S.C.E.

5 00 CONNECTICUT. - · Bridgeport, ist. Cong. Sab.

JAPAN. – Köbe, Children, by K. Wakuyama, sch., 10; Norwich, ist Cong. Sab. sch., 17,

27 00

3.67; Kyoto, Mutual Love Mission Band of NEW JERSEY. – Victoria, H. Seville Spaul

Heian church, 3.97, ding,

5 00 OHIO, -Greenwich, Cong. Sab. sch. 5 co

84 64 MISSOURI. — Springfield, Central Cong. Sab.

Previously acknowledged,

5,074 55 sch. MINNESOTA. – Austin, Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 10 00

5,159 19

7 64

15 00

53 67

II 86

CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SECOND CHURCH BUILDING, AINTAB, TURKEY.

COLLECTED BY REV. M. G. PAPAZIAN. AMESBURY, Mass.

Bradford Academy,

20 00147 31 Main-st. Cong. ch.

49 74 BROCKTON, Mass. BEVERLY, Mass.

Porter ch.
Union meeting at Dane-st. ch.

54 75
Campello,

200 00--153 67 Through Miss S. W. Clark,

5 00—59 75

CHICOPEE FALLS, Mass. BOSTON, Mass.

Cong. ch. Rev. W. H. Cobb,

5 00

CROMWELL, Conn. W.0. Grover,

IOO 00

Cong. ch. Mrs. S. M. Schneider,

5 00

FoXBORO, Mass.
Mrs. L. A, Kilham,

20 00
Cong. ch., through Mrs. S. A. Morrill,,

15 00 A friend,

I 00

GEORGETOWN, Mass. James S. Stone,

25 00156 00 Union Meeting at the First Ch. 57 89 BRADFORD, Mass.

Memorial Ch. Y. P. S. C. E.

15 70 73 59 Cong. ch. and so.

117 31

GROVELAND, Mass.
Ward Hill Sab, sch.

10 00
Cong, ch.

43 00

10 00

21 25
10 00—31 25

15 00

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HAMILTON, Mass.

Cong. ch.

A friend, HANOVER, N. H.

Mrs. Sarah P. Colby,
HARTFORD, Conn.

Asylum Hill Cong. ch., by coll'n,
Theo. Lyman,
Roland Mather,
Sidney Drake,
Mrs. Chas. D. Warner,
Mrs. Chas. B. Smith,
Mrs. H. L. Olmsted,
The Misses Blythe,
Mrs. W. H. Palmer,
Rev. F. R. Shipman,
Francis B. Cooley,

Jacob L. Greene,
J. J. Goodwin,
HAVERHILL, Mass.

Centre ch., by coll'n,
Mrs. Merrill's class,
Myron A. Nichols,

North ch.
IPSWICH, Mass.

Union Meeting at South church,
South ch., coll'n,
First ch., Sab. sch.
Through Rev. E. Constant,
Two ladies,
LAWRENCE, Mass.

Lawrence-st. Cong. ch.
LYNN, Mass.

Essex South Conference, MERIDEN, Conn.

First Cong. ch. MERRI MAC, Mass.

Cong. ch.

Cong. Sab. sch. MIDDLETOWN, Conn.

South Cong. ch. MILLBURY, Mass.

First Cong. ch.
NAUGATUCK, Conn.

Cong. ch.
New BRITAIN, Conn.

First ch.
South ch.
Mrs. Helen W. Osgood,

Through Mrs. Lucinda H. Smith,
NEWBURY, Mass.

First ch.

Grace Clark, NEWBURYPORT, Mass.

Belleville ch.

25 00

North ch.

57 00 Whitefield ch., Union Meeting,

65 37 Rev. John W. Dodge,

25 00
A friend,

25 00
Mrs. I. H. Boardman,
Mrs. Mary B. Latham,

10 00-199 NEW HAVEN, Conn.

Dwight-pl. ch.
Church of the Redeemer,

49 13
Grand-ave. ch.
United Church, by coll'n, 6.50; Rev.

Dr. Munger, 5; Simcon E. Bald

win, 20; E. A. Bowditch, 50,
J. C. Rebabian,
Professor Sam'l Harris,

50 00
Through Rev. K. H. Kazanjian, I 00-245
NEW LONDON, Conn.
Second Cong. ch.

6. 00
Coll'd by Rev. S. L. Blake, D.D.

25 71-3671 PEABODY, Mass.

South Cong. ch.
PORTLAND, Conn.

Cong. ch.
PORTSMOUTH, N. H.

Cong. ch.
ROWLEY, Mass.

Cong. chi, Y. P. S. C. E.
Rev. John Pike,
Miss Susie H. Potter,
J. W. Nourse,

I 00
Anonymous,

10 00
Mrs. J. S. Todd,
SALEM, Mass.
Union Meeting at Tabernacle ch.

39 45
Saugus, Y.P.S. C. E. of 1st Cong. ch. 617-
ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt.

Mrs. Horace Fairbanks,
SUTTON, Mass.

Cong. ch.
TOWNSEND, Mass.

Cong. ch.
WEST NEWBURY, Mass.
First ch.

39 45
Second ch.
WHITINSVILLE, Mass.
Cong. ch.

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WORCESTER, Mass.
Plymouth ch., coll'n,

44 75
Géo. S. Hoppin,
Otis E. Putnam,

IO 00-55 73
Piedmont ch,

41 21 A. Curtis,

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662 50

FOR JAFFNA MEDICAL MISSION.

COLLECTED BY MISSES M. AND M. W. LEITCH. Friends in England and Scotland, 2,207 22

Whitinsville, E. A. Goodnow, 100; Friends in the U. S., by George W.

W. H., A. F., and E. Whitin, 500;
Leitch,

745 00
Mrs. J. W. Lasell, 250,

850 00
NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Worcester, Woman's Miss'y Assoc. of

Central Cong. ch., 150; Mrs. Francis Peterboro, Extra-Cent-a-Day Band of

B. Knowles, 500; Mary J. Lamb's
25 oo

Sab. sch, class in Plymouth church,
VERMONT.

12.50, South Ryegate, Cong. ch.

NEW YORK Wells River, George Leslie,

New York, Pilgrim Cong. ch., 54.38:
Woodstock, Mrs. Fred'k Billings, 150 00

Y. P. S. C. E. of do., 50; James
MASSACHUSETTS.

Stikeman, 25: Mrs. N. H. Hodgson,

in mem. of Edith P. Hodgson, 25; Andover, West Cong. ch.

30 00
Mrs. A. P. Stokes, 500,

654 38
Boston, Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson, 500;
John D. Bryant, 25,

NEW JERSEY 525 oo Cambridge, Mrs. L. *. Phelps, 25 00

Newark, Alaska Band in RosevilicSpringfield, Memorial ch.

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COLLECTED AND DISBURSED BY THE MISSES LEITCH, For medical instruments, books, and appli

Medicines donated by G. F. Harvey, Esq. ances, value,

For lantern-slides and apparatus used by the Furniture for Med. Mission House, Ceylon,

Misses Leitch, For rebuilding and repairs in Ceylon,

1,567 84

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FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.

A CHINESE SUNDAY. BY REV. H. P. PERKINS, OF LIN CHING, NORTH CHINA. Nor one of our Sundays, but a heathen Sunday. You will soon see how different they are. Ours are regular and come every seventh day, but theirs only when some temple fair and festival is to be held. Here are a few pictures of such a temple, which is having its winter festival.

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The first shows you the outside grounds of the temple, whose buildings you partly see over the high wall. Half the people of Lin Ching city have come to attend this all-day meeting ; in fact it lasts three days. In the picture we see a few of them. They seem to be eating and drinking, either sitting on the ground or standing under those large umbrella tents.

Our honest friend who stands so near us has got a day off from his hard outdoor work, and is bound to see all he can. Perhaps if he gets time enough in the future to learn about the Bible he may become a Christian ; and I think he looks like one who would hold on to the truth if it really entered his heart.

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