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Ujput flS.000 a year Kr ludsoc r-V* 'Thls morey ls not uaed for g* ordlnary curreni expeasM of the church, Uncc tfeeseara mi In the maln by -mr own peo g^. wa,? . ..-? alra al without excep 00,5 poor yet on the princlple of free pcats. by ..'^ | ... . . lystem, con trlbute about te\0>"-> * .'?' Ar T!;*' revenui ol thc Judson ls ^ : ,. . (ot thi payment of the Intereal on #ur .'. rtgagc lebt; ? endly, for the payment of , ? ie who have contributed m iney ^ U .1 on thc cx;-r-r-s condltlon tba: Juri il '?? :r ' '' ??me th"y were t0 rece*ve ,j ?? -.,-(. th-Td, the sum of $2,000 for the cur ^nt ,.v, pnaea of our Chll lr. n's Home, accordlng (o o-ir- _gi.nenl ? th Mrs DeatS, who gave us UO.nm for tao cr tlon of thi Hom< . and lastly. __ -., ? paymtnl of ibe aalarj .: _ur klnder gar'.:. t "Iba hurcft if open for aervlcea all day long m gunday, and for a aervice every night in the we,'v. aM every weekday for the achoola, lia MMsry irael rcposltory, ani rellef if ihe poor. M -?,.: aa 'r,r any .me to come ;n and real __-ii\o. ui belng to keep thc whole gtru...;:* ::? ulngly Instlnel wnn iife and Mwtk u d J ?> bealdea that, thouaanda drmk !?!:>? al thi eool s Her fountaln In lumraer." 0-.r ?f the cauae* whlcb lod Dr Judaon U> e? toMlah hli Church In the "downtown" diatrlct ^ootl mdonmenl of that part of the clty by the larger and wealthy congregatlona They mo\.-l ..way and lefl the growlng population wltho proper church room. lt waa nottced jjj^ .- ; ;,.? who can ?? to the lanjc iMemei houaei a/hlch iook tbe place of the ima ii r dwelllnga were aelf-respectlnf Intelll ger.\ people, and they needed an attractlve dnrch And ther ' r- were the shlftlesi and _t . ul a claim on ihe Chrls ttaii and, In order to attract all. -xtra mduce n____r.'..- had to ot beld out. Hencc the . edui nal ond V pful featurea of the church wtii h wen Instltuted In iittle churcl.es |n Bed? ford ei '. Dowl Ing ata., and are itlll b. ng carried out lo thi M u h, to whlcb thc con gref it ? m ed li Febniary. 1881 T... Ildren play an Importanl part In the work ?? oted ?'? th thc Ifemotial Church, and, w-th a t/iew to iheii beneflt, ip *ti are __a_- by Dr. Jud ai d hli eoworkeri to have the - ittractlvt as poaalble, and to . onlj nt ti a h< ? - "j. . is Inadi iuate," aal I Dr. J , . ti. 'T rt ar. I too far n and worldlli - aweep let? the -? md wash away boly Im pi ln .... ? ?? < b the hlldren lailj e_,J natruct tl Word of God, a kln d. /. ahed ' Iren ____ > .,- bj : ??? md ,i half yeara may be re eeJv J Thls part of thi work has been ln iuc tcaifti iperatlon ab it flfteen yeara, wltb an av-. utendance f >ver a hundred puplla Th- then is a sewlni w>l which meeta every .aturday forenoon durina ala montha if the . tr, ln which one hundred and flftj Ut'.. la r Ive lnstructlon in all klnda ?f plain icedlework There ;s a glrla' gymn i Md , ;. t club. In er i arl of the bulldlng la the H i pear- -lemorial Home for Chlldi n This waa fo_:.. i by Hlram Deata, of Flemington, N. .1 . who fi |4O,000 ' ?? tha cauae Thi re i ?ttli ia between the agea ol three and ten yeat- > ta ime pomforta and recelve the foun flat ? f ag ?-' educatlon. A trip through the Chlldn 'i Bome ?? convlnce any peraon that mu,.. --d mual reaull from luch an inatltutlon. Th. ? .- are neat and t, iy. the dining roon. i ma are ch ar.d _? ra tlve, and the ? hlldren who occupy the i: ire unknoan m Um I I rlct fr un wblch they ? ?? me For t;.- .? ir eting and - ... rooa - -. gymnasium and readlng accommoda ttona, u I everythlng ? d me to attract them to the ; . ? fr ,in th. haunta where Idleneaa and bad I to deatrui tlon, Thc . .- , , ? he po ,r p ? ? ple ? r r. . i Six phyaiciana give th : rvlcea fre< i the people who come there for :: atance Tb ns trea ted la.-i . ? ti A cool * i taln la vlalted by thouaanda during t' term, and thla branch of the work ha- i :..y glven much rallef, but has Inter hn .itk the iu ?r trade In the A- - ? ? ? _? un B of tne Men C; ? . - ly dall) iutd w>r rellef, an en-.; md P< nny Provident Fui : an 1 h an average d ? ? of poaitory. a flower mis aVN ] in mu-.- . md Ireah air v. ]'. hurch haa volunteera who wlll, . ? ict aa gu lll . . ia printed hi ? "Tu ?? ?- We will aend a measenger ll any trai i nd ng to meel anj , or j-.- aafely I eli leal na ttuii nger wlll have a cap ? -. Walk right up ll hlm and i 0) '?'? -? bav n advance ly oi boal .-i You muat act . ? *-) vv ,,.. good . are if -. \V. ng a. . ng the M moi lal, I>r. lad ilwaj ? nd hl? '?n ehi./ h nd. In a ai ulai wblch ,.- ?eea aridely *?? i gill lo for y iu <h we wiii "in had ? ^ > ,u .!_ apecial rvvival i . ? ?< Any freewlll of.eiin_r In return wlll b? lacredly tired in our work. ?,_!) We wlll BUpply va, ant (,'. (3) We wlll coma to you for any Bunday Bervlce or for any week nlght prayer meeting, or f >i i union maaa-meetlng on any evening of 'he week, and tell you .'11 ai>out how we ar.- reachlngTthe ma ^es. We are prepared to dlacuaa from actual daiiy experlence auch llvlng themea aa 'The in atltutional Church,1 The Llfe of Adonlram Jud? son,' 'City Evangellsation.' We ? an t? -11 you how we are reaching through our cold-water f..uutaln one hundred th-usand peopie every RARE INDIAN RELIC8. I'.AN'Nll! -TONBfl WIIOBR ""BE Ifl A ItYBTERT . IF ARt 11 a i ;< >1.' K.T. From The Ph ladelphla Tlmes, Th^ in -.? and valuable collectlon if nrchseo al ? ls i ecently conl i Ibuti i I i the Unl > Museum by .\irs Wllllam II. Mlller, of Medla, i imprlses a serles ol sj.Imens whlch, both from their hlstory and Intrinslc Intereat, f'.rm a notable addition to :he magniflcent cab inet of Indiau sione implementa at the Uulver THK REY. DR BDWARD JUDSON. Pa tor of tlie Judson _l"mr>r!a! Rap'Jst Chureh. year, and how in different departmenta of our , work thirteen thousand different peopie ar-- in s-.me way helped by our Ur";e siaff." The Juds.m Memorlal as a whole ls an orna ' ment to the clty, an honor to th- founder and a fitting monumenl to a a-. rthy man, and the re ; moval of the debt whicb still burdena it la prob? ably one of tbe chlef ambitiona of Dr. Judson. TIIK BABOON \TE AS ELECTRIC LIGBT. Prom The Milwaukee Sentinel Manager O. P Mlller of the Alhambra Tlea ? ? ? > ? aterday made tbe Publle Museum a Chrlst . ia preaent of a rare spei Imen of tha Bouth alty. These are n<> less than the verttabte ob ,. "s which once belonged to Dr. Bamuel Oeorge M< rton, of Phlladelphla, omprlaing tbe greater ,f bla collectlon of rei Dr. Morton waa born In Phlladelphla in the aat year of the laal century. He began his i ilk-ctlon of skulla in 1830, and ten yeara after , ard publlahed hia greal ivork, "Cranla Amerl eana " The akulls, which conatltuted the largeal craniological collectlon th'-n ln exlatence, are preserved In the a idemy of Natural Bclencea That hi also had a fine archwological colli I <n was entirely forgotten n<* had numeroua cor respondents in the South. many of whom no doubt were his former puplls. They must have sent hlm th.- cholceal treasurea thal came in their way and thua his collectlon was formed. W/u-n "Mra. Miller's /.ift was recelved at the TIIK DISI'K.NSAKY, .11 BHON MKMOKIAI. CIII'IBil Afrlcan baboon The bal>o< i waa a pei broughl ft.tn (1 rn.any b> Profi ssoi Le. nldat rl .,- d at the Alhamlira i ntl) i- *?<- >. and had ita home In th< ,f thi lh. atre. It* ovei wei nlnsj ? ui to investigate thlngs l< d to Iti death K* i i n. ?? ii had b in ln thi b atr. II had gr< at lnt< n .1 In tbe im and, sei ni electi :. wei ? u it ol iu r< ii. sl lll -? UI '1 them aometlmea for houra al a llme H nlghta ago ll uprang up on the i hai ' , rttl,b? d on ' ?- .; ot* s in i s m >uih lt , ,.... a,;y awa .wed ? me f the g aaa, for then the baboon had bei u alck. and earl) i l.iy mornine, it lied The Bpetlmen wlll be ruounted f ?r the muaeuiu. Unlveralty Mu> urr It waa d thal ?m if tl ir look. I .,? , kly dis. r,v< i- d lhal lln y ha i '???? n fli H lory ??? ih. Indl in Till? - i >i M-.i lon ha I . . ! Tl ? , ' ? red and : ? n xk d. h< I fr?>m ll ln H K i/tman, I'i -,,,,,, ihi hroihei r?f Ml ?- Kiiatman, whone .: M : ? .; know n. I'ioiii ?. hav,* h, -n ? . ,t ? fumllia . t .., v - * 11 ( i|,,? Ol tlll ? Ultel "? 1",, ''' .. 11, M?i ton'a > larae - i ,-J hopper >f bImii- vhich Pi mk II j Cuahlng, nf tha Unlveralty Museum ind B.io of Bthnolojcy, at Washin**ton, hai Id n fled ia i , eri monial bait; aa ?. Int. i l< d for liaftlng aidewise in o wooden liandle. Thla aae, ac I to 8 pi Int. d laM, ? ?? ? n to Dr. M?rton l.y Dr Wllllam Rlandlng In 1S4.V H waa found nenr Camdi n, H '' . the loun ? of nearly all the in" hiRhl) flnishi d ol>Je< I W Ith the !tx<- are three unflnlshed ban ner atones," mada of Boa|*atone. These banner-stones, the uae ?f v. hl !i bas been one nf tbe unsolt ed pr ih i in \ ?,'?! can . have r. i enlly b _n showa b> .Mr Cushing to be ceremnnlal axes. it la in Inten sting fa. t that his i ?ni u il n waa theoutcomc of hla -tudy of the war axc In the Moi ton col). i tlon. A large terra c itta p ; ?? bowl, wlth - doubli row ,,f red Imprcsslon deco ration -,n elther ilde, la accompanled by the foi* lowing ;. iel: "Taken from an Indtan gravey ird on the plantation of Roaalle Klng, In Liberty Pounty, ...i The ah ' ton waa found ln a sitting posltion, wltb his hands In hla lap, holdinaj thla pipe and tu<> balla " Another terra cotto plpe. wlth Junctlon rldgea nnd iozenge-shaped llnea, aimulating, aa Mr. Cuahlng haa pointed out, lacln*.a derlved from a pieced tube of gourda or large canes, con * frorn Kershaw, 9 ' Captain Ea (man'a ?? ure gi* i i very Incorrect idea of the ? ? ? i ial? and i i'i tratea how llttle Importanee ivae at lached aome flft) years ago to the accurac) now conaidered eaaentlal. In Bchoolcraft'a volume th,. Rev. Oeorge Howe glvea a deacriptlon >f theae clay plpea, as probable cruciblea used l.y th<* tndlana for an ll ng gold. Another larga Indian plpe la of aoapstone, belng a copj of that materlal of the clay plpea before described. A faded label ia Inscribed: "Thia pipe w u dug ip at the Prienda' Qraveyard, Ci mden, B, C, about two f".'i below the aurface, the Biti ol an anrlenj Indian town, half a mllea from Wateree l rei sented lo me l>> Colonel J. Kershaw W Bland* iriL: '? Another verj large aoapatone pl| e ls ln ih fonn of a bear, and has ? tubular bowl. Oth>*i apeclmens from Bouth Carollna bear the l i * of Dr. r'lbba and Br Barrotl and Im lude amoi > other beautifully finished obecta a number of p.,li hlm- mullers nl hlgh flnlsh for palnt grlndlng and ..th.-r purposea The *-ema of thf collectlon, however. are a number Of dlaeoiilt. at im.'s of marvelloua perfection or f,,rm. They are made of quartalte, one white and tranalucent, from four to five Im li ea in dlameter, and having aymmetrical cup-shaped depressions on both sidea, in one broken through, and on anothei wlth a hole work .1 ln thi centre, wlth arrowllka marka running dian -trlcally acroaa. These irt none other than the Implements f,,r th.* (rame of cnungke, a eelebrated amusemcnl among tha Bouthern Indiann. Ad ilr d a ribea 11 as f. II "The warriora have another favorlte frame, ? 1 chungke, whlch wlth propriety >f tanguagc may be alled 'runnin - hard labor' They hava near th-ir Stat.- House i square plece of ground well cleaned, and llne sand La carefully atrev i over ir when requlslte to promote a a ? motion to what they throw alone; the surfa ??? . mly one or two il i ! play al thla an frame. They hava a sl >ne aboul iw,> flna<*rs broad al lhe edfte and two apans round; each pai ij has a p ih aboul i rhl f. el long, si an I lap ? il ? ?? l. ? nd, lh. polnti fl tl They - - ist of each other al ds yarda from tl.nd '.;" the playground; Ihen one of them hurla the stone on Us ed re In a dln i I a line as he i ap i listance toward the mlddle of the other end of the Bquare. When th.-y have run a fea yarda each darta hia pole, anointed wlth bear'a oll, with a proper force, na near as he can s*u aa in proportion (?> the motlon of the nl me, that the end maj be cloae to 'ln stone "When :'ms !? the case the peraon counta two of lhe game, and. In proi ortion to Ih ? n 'arnesa of the polea to the n.ark, one is counted. unl ? hv measuring both an 'ound to l?e al an equal dlstam e from the atom ln thla manner the plavers will keep running lhe mosi par' of th,-* ,l.,, al half -i" ed. under lh? vlolent heal of the -mi. staking thelr sllver ornaments. thelr nos*. flnger and ear rinsrs, th Ir breast-arm and wri.-t "..' - and rven all thelr wearlng apparej, . v ept that whli h barely covers thelr middle All the Amei le in Indians ar ? much addicti d to | thii game, whlch to us appeara to be a task of studied drud-r-ts It seems, however. to l?e oi ? hen thelr forefathers u ? d i ms ns slinple aa thelr mannera The hurllng stones they uae nl presenl were from tlme Im i lal rubl? d smooth on the ro ka ai d with ,,i, dl tlous : ibor, ind thej ire kepl w Ith the sti :? ? us . in- from one generation to another ard are exempted from belng burled .,.. |th h-- ,1 ? , I They helong ' ? the Iom n hera they are used, and are carefully pre en 1" It w ni be - en fn m this thal the atom il tbe i fnlveraity are trlbal ti ron ne of tl,. |d [ndl <n tow ns of Carollna. Mr Andi -v Ma< farland Bavia has ahown thal the Kame of chun :k.- in one foi m or an >tli r ? is pretty well known t< the Ii I u of th-- uh-l-- ITnlt. I S ites. Am >i ?: the Apa h ?-. ia in nianj N ? ? 1 Wesl rn trlbcs, ii is pl ij d \. Ith i h. op In .-1 0f n |< ne A ke frame i-, known to the Alnu, of Japan. Dr Bamuel >', Morton's collectlon contained Btui other obj-cts than Ihe Korth Amerlcan stone Implements, as Is illustrnt ,1 by the b.-au tifnl allver fiffure of a woman fmm Lake Titl ,;,,,. in l'. t ti. I,"--. In ' hi poa udoii of i.i ? dls> (InKuiahed sc?n. Br. Thomaa (1 M of Phll hla Thi . riulu tlon ol lhe i oll , tlon by the I'nl erslty la m. ' forl ui -md lt v. di form. ?* Ith "? c l< brat. I Morton ? >!!eo tl ,n of skul : he Ai ad. my, i mtlne. me morial of its foi iner nm r * UYIXO L'l \ I EREE. p*r. m The Phila.l l| hla Record \ Philad-lphia man h . i live l i,?n \ ir- :n a h >iih - for vhii h hi pald n I no tan s. ,.,.. .J to tl companj I h hld paM rt'iit n ilai ' '? f tha msfern d to th. II tva i . in'i i r liovs : >nu It i i a '1 lt w.ik whei t ! one 1.y wlth ,.- ? i .,?; I ofi'i ; I it to Mr W ? \ ho h.d i h it.'" ol lh ..... ? ?n : ;in> - r?*al ? "tate, but li ? i ?'? -l !" lake ?[ it wa. to i.?? | , i ?? th. '' " ''"'? ' r> r'a ofl 'i ilur\ 1 ' ?"?'1 ?' In* n, ni ? n .1 mk ? ii -i he , ,,, ,in'i Und t onl ? :' nnj au li hous. H I ni . ,|.. . ,? me when rhe> w. ra i '.-. > , Mr. ,, | ... . i ? h ui" an i t ? | ? nn lh. ni. Wi '. ! -' nite.1 ? N" . ?i nd aml i i n U lay to ei i ;., i iii. his ? cp. i ? i ? n i do. s i to ha . ?...; md lo >k n?. no ? ? . i ?.i. at i . ;? " !l ? woiil In'l take in) i.lvi.,-. aml IUI ? . . >od. bul Iu I ' iP "?d ?n? k there in thal -o . rn inl n. ?.'..,.!. . ? 1 ? 1 ,;, m ,,, mey .?n r?*t>aira foi Ihu bwuae and lidu t make aray monajr."