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FOR SUPPORT OF YOUNG MISSIONARIES.
New York. — Mt. Sinai, Y. P. S. C. E., I Iowa. — Alden, Cong. Sab. sch. 12 50 Spencerport, Y. P. S. Č. E., 25 35 od KAN'sAs. – Emporia, Y. P. S. C. E. of 1st ILL, sois. - Chicago, Y. P. S.C. E. of South Cong. ch., 25; Leavenworth, Y. P. S. C. E., Song. ch., add's, 1.14: Rockford, Y. P. S. .25, 31 25 C. E. of 1st Cong. ch., 25, 26 14 South DAkoTA.— Ipswich, Cong. Sab. sch. 6 25 * – Benton o: }. P. S. C. E., 25; Whittaker, Cong. Sab. sch., 6.2 31 25 wojo. So...?. 6 25 148 64 WILLIAM WHITE SMITH FUND. MISSION SCHOLARSHIPS. Income, for education of native preachers and Income of Norton Hubbard Scholarteachers in Africa, 1,370 oo ship, for Ahmednagar Theo. Sem1nary, 4o oo HOLLIS MOORE MEMORIAL TRUST. Income of Norman T. Leonard Schol- - -*--- - arship, for student in East. Turkey Income, for Pasumalai Sem., by E. K. Alden, Mission, 55 od Residuary Legatee, 3oo oo | Income of Dr. Hugh Miller Scholarship, for Ahmednagar Theo. Sem--- inary, 82 28—177 28 30RDON THEOLOGICAL SEM.INARY, TUNG- | COLLECTIONS FOR THE SCHOONER “ROBCHO, CHINA. ERT W. LOGAN,” FOR RUK, MICRON ESIA. ncome (6 months), for the seminary, 125 co Acknowledged in detail elsewhere, 84 64
Augusta, Hon. James W. Bradbury, ~ 3oo oo Auburndale, Charles C. Burr, IOO oo 34th, Galen C. Moses, 1,&oo oo Boston, Samuel Johnson, 2,500 oo 'ortland, Second Parish ch., W. W. Thomas, 1,000 oo ,, Rev. Arthur Little, IOO Coo -> State-st. ch., W. W. Brown, 5od oo ,, Mortimer B. Mason, 250 oo -- Rev. J. G. Merrill, D.D. 25 co ,, Mrs. A. C. olon, 3oo oo ** Daniel Choate, 25 oc ,, James M. W. Hall, 5oo oo *: Misses Libby, so go Dorch o o T 2,500 oo –––. " | Dorchester, 2d ch. ridge 1 orrey, 1,000 oo VERMONT. J. c. | Newton Centre; Roo. 13. # Furber, D.D. Ioo oo emnington, S. E. and A. C. Park, %3 oo Northampton, A. Lyman Williston, 5oo oo
t. Johnsbury, Rev. Henry Fairbanks 1,6co oo Pittsfield, Unknown, cash rec'd at Annual -- Hon. Franklin Fairbanks, 1,000 oo Meeting, 73 oo
collected by Rev. Amount acknowledged in March Missionary
CYRUS HAMLIN, D.D.
Less donation transferred, Ico; and expenses
He raid, 9,381 72 (traveling) of collections, 14o.o8, 240 ob , Friends, 250 oo —, r IO CO 9,401 64 — Interest earned to August 31, 320 36 9,641 72 | 9,722 Co BENJAMIN SCHNEIDER FUND. Income for training preachers in Central Turkey, care Rev. A. Fuller, 57 co Care Rev. T. D. Christie, 5o oo—-107 co JEANIE GRACE GREENOUGH CRAw FORD FUND. Income (of which for education of girls in Western Turkey Mission schools, 40), 50 oo 12,720 16 Donations received in August, 106,637 50 Legacies received in August, 17,756 59. 124,394 og Total from September 1, 1891, to August 31, 1892: Donations, $545, O97.49; Legacies, $249,777.71 = $794,875.20. FOR ENDOWMENT OF ANATOLIA COLLEGE, MARSOVAN. CoNNECTIcut. — Wethersfield, collected by Rev. W. H. Teel, 25 5o NEw York. – Phoenix, collected by Mrs. Cartter, 25 od Income of investment, 1,133 5o 1,184 oo Previously acknowledged, 19.928 87 21,112 87
CONTRIBUTIONS FOR THE SCHOONER “ROBERT W. LOGAN,” FOR RUK, MICRONESIA.
Rev. W. H. Cobb, 5 od
NNEsota. — Austin, Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Io Co
5, 159 19.
CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SECOND CHURCH BUILDING, AINTAB, TURKEY.
CoLLECTED BY RE
v. M. G. PAPAziAN.
20 co–147 31
Campello, noo oo-153 67.
Cong. ch. II 86
Cong. ch., through Mrs. S. A. Morrill, 15 od
Union Meeting at the First Ch. 57 89
Memorial Ch. Y. P. S. C. E. 15 70–73 59 Grove LAND, Mass.
Cong, ch. 43 oo.
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.
A CHINESE SUNDAY.
Not 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.
EATING STALLS AT TEMPLE.
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.