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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD YERTISER : HOKOLOT6, OCTOBER 0, 1900.
10 k WORLD OF REL G ON Notice for thin church column snust be In this office bjr 8 p. m. on Friday. Otherwise the announce nnli will be run as the week be fore. There In ne chary; for these Botlc Ontrul Union Church. Re. William M. toeald. pa tor. Sunday achool and Bl M riaaa. SO. pbltc worship and sermon. S3 T. P. 8. C. E. prayer meeting;. J0: Ho worship and sermon, 7:90; prayer tins;, Wednesday, 7:30. K-v. W. M Klncatd will occupy the pulpit morning and evening, his theme b-Inor : Morning. "Thn Missionary I'roblem in China:" evening. "The 81ns of Silence." Bta Andrew' I'athedral 7 a. m.. Hot ' mmunlon; 10 a. m.. Sunday school; 11 a m . Morning Prayer. Litany and Bcr ni(.n. (on the last Sunday in the month. Oicrml Celebration of the Holy Commun ion); 3 JO p. m.. uie Ahlahi; 7:30 p. m.. Evening Prayer and Sermon.. Dean. Th Rt Rev. the Rishop of Honolulu. Parish Priest, the It..v. V. 11. Kltcat. I v !nese Church (Congregational), Rev. Edward W. Thwlng. acting pastor. Sun day school. 9:30; preaching service. 11: Sunday school in English, 2:30: evening service, 7:30; Wednesday, prayer meeting, 7:30. The pastor will speak In the morn ing to young men. He will sneak In the SWtlfBs; on "The Friendship of David." Japanese Ciiurch (Congregational). Ser- rlcai in Um oid f JIUMM at II and 7:30 i k. Japanese M. R. Church, H. Klhara, pas tor. K. Toklmaaa, associate pastor. Sun day school, 10; morning service, 11; even ing service, 7:46; class meeting, 8:30; pray er meeting. Wednesday, 8. Services at Waikahalulu Church. t. Andrew' Cathedral, Second Congre jtlon. Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, rec tor. Sunday achool, I; morning service, tJ; evening service, 4:30. St. Clement" Chapel, terminus of the fkretmnla street cars. Punahou. Sunday services : Holy communion, 7 a. m.; first ft day of the month, 11:06 a. m.; matins find sermon, 11:06 a. m. ; evensong, 7:5 p. m. : Sunday school, 0 46 a. in.; daily pray it during the week. 7 . m. ; seats free: ae chapel Is erved by the rector of Ho- olulu. Roman Catholic Cathedral, the Bishop of I'anopolls. Iw masses, holy com union. and 7; children's mass with Erglish sermon. 9: high mass, with native sermon. 10:30; rosary, with native Instruc tion. I. solemn vespers and benediction, 7; week-days, low mass, t and 7. Kawalahao Church, Rev. H. H. Parker, pastor. Sunday school, 10; morning ser vice, li; evening service. 7:30; preaching In English by Rev. W. D. Westervelt; Chrls Uar Endeavor, 6:30; prayer meeting. Wed nesday. 7:30. The; Lima Kokua. or Helping Hand, sftssdonary Society of Kawalahao Semi nary will give the following exercises In i he church, 7:30 p. m. : Song "( toward. Christian Soldier." Song "Say Yes' to Jesus Now." School. Scripture. Psalm 19. I'ray.r Song. j Heading of Minutes. Com ert Kxerclse. ' Paper on Obooklah, K m m a Kawelo. 1'aper on Kaahumanu, I.ouisa Pihl. Concert Kxerclse. Song "Ka Ianl Kuu Home," Congrega tion. Ptpcr on Kaplolanl. I.illie. Aki. FU citation "Kapiolanl," l,ydia Kawal r.ul. Collection. Prayer. Seng. The evening collection will be devoted to tli- missionary work of the Seminary- Pope and Italy's New Sovereign. QUI Rl NHL AND VATICAN Should Missionaries Seek Martyrdom Views of Various Chris tian Journals. bet or penetrates . materlal for a book or a colZ to I optlcon lectures. He 1, not r of W no. he is a hero-beeau,e the aborigines is limited . tnem with the firearms '? amiliarj, of civilization. The week & omniscient newspaper man the missionary, not for gainnS gerous place, but for AvInJ? 0 staying to be slaughter. d at n,teM newspaper man is not COUt. ! ... "ilJCPTVl- v ' anting about mi church notes: The contributions of Chicago churches S. pU mber 16th for the Galveston surviv ors are estimated to amour,: to 310,000. Rev. Jonathan Edwards of Pilgrim Church, Spokane, has accepted the unan imous call of the Congregational Church at Wardner, Idaho. Rev. Dr. I.orimer of Tremont Temple, Boston, recently refused to entertain the proposition of the executive committee to add 11,000 a year to his salary. The Red Cross Society of Odessa, Rus sia, asked for medical volunteers for ser vice in China. Only Jewish doctors wont forward but none was accepted. That Victor Emmanuel, Italy's new ml er would not continue the opposition to the Vatican maintained by his father and grandfather has been a common expecta tion among those who believe him to be ut-der clerical influence or deficient In pewer of will. These expectations, how ever, have not thus far been realized. In one of hie earliest utterances, the King has. announced that fie will "maintain the traditions of his house." As one of the primary traditions of the house of Savoy since 1ST0 has been tne unity of Italy, this pronouncement has been almost uni versally taken to me-aa that the present i status of armed tolerance between church j and state would continue. The Pope's ! recent circular letter to the powers pro- . . . . i . . L. . a . . Itf.. . . . r . ... : let-ling af;a.ii.i inr j -ou w a,,f. nri,l lnKitiiHe The Chinese Mission House in San Di ego has been removed to a better. location and rededlcated. The Chinese Christians have contributed generously In money and labor. 8V. AugMtln' Chapel. Rev Father Val entlna. In charge. Sacrament of the mass, IA Church of St. John the Baptist. Kallhl waena. Rev. Father Clement. High mass, i: si1 1 iii on and collection for the expenses of the church: rehearsal, 3; rosary, 4. Church of Sacred Heart. Marquesville. Punahou. - Mass at 11 a. m.; rosary, 2 9 m. Prat Methodist Kpiscopal Church, cor ner (.Tetania avenue and Miller street. Rev. V I. Pearson, pastor. Regular est v.oe as follows: Sundays, 10 a. m., Sun day hjl; H a. m. and 7:30 p. in., public worship ind sermon; :30 p. m., Epworth league; Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., prayer n .-ting. A welcome always to all. Par sonage S'Molning the church. The Salvation Army will hold special Harvest Festival services in their hall. King street, tonight at 8 p. m. and to morrow at 9:30 and 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Major George Wood will be In charge of the services, assisted by Adj. Sharpe, Capts. Mills and Elliott. The hall has i . n specially decorated In keeping with the occasion. Interesting meetings are promised. There will also be the usual wt arf meetings at 10 a. m.; Jail meeting at 12:30; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m., atul senior Bible class at 3:30. All are heartily levited to these meetings. Relief Camp No. 1 Sunday school, 1:30. Rev. O row on "The Th'k Homo o Pawl si MNsivn. Nuuanu street, Irwin t lock, btlow King, Miss Uddenberg an 1 Mrs. Adams, missionaries In charge. Services as follows: Street meeting, 7:30. and meeting in the hall at 8 each evening except Monday. Sunday, wharf meeting at 9 a. m . followed by a Bible class in the hall; holiness meeting at 3 p. m. and evening services as usual. The reading Pearson' will preach tomor- room Is open each day from 10 a. m. to following subjects: 11 a. m.. 4 n. m.. where you will find the dally hodlst Tworftleth Century ,.,.. religious read ins: matter and free ng;" 7 30 p. m., "Heaven, the w.ritnir mat-r'.als. Come rest, read and Q. I Pearson1 v. ttfr following s Mkhodlst Tw OfaVing;" 7 30 p. f L Soul." The Reorganised Church of Jsus at of Latter Day Saints will hold ser vice on Bursa v In the Militant Hall (rear of the Opera, House) as follows: 10 a. ra.. Bur day chol; 11 a. m.. preaching, Ha waiian servlct: 6 p.. m.. Book of Mormon class, 7 30 p. ti.. preaching, English ser vice The vlject will be, "The Sealed Pox Mentioned In Isaiah, ch. xxlx." Christian Clurch, Rev. John C. Hay, pastor - -8ur.dn school, 9:45;, morning ser vice. 11. young people's meeting, 6:30; The pastor, j,,hn C. Hay. will preach. Ill nl)jeet at a. m. will be. "Christian Worship and Rs Benefits;" evening, at 7:30, 'The Gratd Divisions of the New Testament and fie Distinctive Purpose of i - .. 1, oairi mornin v.v?.v..v.v.v.v.",v.v.., r'.te. The following regular services are held at the Seventh-Day Adventlst Chapel: Saturday, Sabbath school, at 10 a. m. . pteachlng at 11 a. m.; Wednesday, prayer and missionary meeting at 7:30 p. m. All are welcome. B. L. Howe, pastor. Portuguese Evangelical Church, corner of Miller and Punchbowl streets. Rev. A V. Boares, pastor. Preaching In I'ortU' guese at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m., conducted In Eng llsh; W. A. Bowen, superintendent. Pray er meeting, Wednesday, 7:30. Bishop Memorial Chapel, Kamehameha Hi Imois, Rev. Silas P. Perry, pastor. Sab bath morning, 11 o'clock. .v.v.v,v.v,v.v.v.v. Cottentment. 1 have learnff In w am therewlthAo be plane I v : 1 1 . M When St. Paul had jgishness, indolence or Indifference. It is consistent with a noble ambition. Eight years ago Salvation Army officers were forbidden by the authorities to say Hallelujah" in the streets of Berlin; to- lay the army meets nightly in twenty halls in the city. The ladies of the Congregational Church, ivtaluma, raised $40 from an art loan exhibition for the new edifice, hix thousand dollars has so far been collect ed for the building, for which the plans are already drawn. Four thousand dol lars additional is needed. Emmanuel III. as King of Italy is now taken as conclusive proof that peace will not prevail, and that Leo perceives al ready that ro secret understanding or rapprochement is possible. Various views are taken of this long-drawn-out battle between the Roman Pontiff and the Roman King. The New York Evening Post (August 2) says: "That the Pope should renew his protest against the Italian kingship was fully to be expected. The logic of the situation demanded such action, and none who know 'the recent history of Italy have given credence to the repeated rumors of an entente between the Pope and the late King. Since Victor Emmanuel II. con quered the papal state and Rome, in 1870, two popes have consistently maintained the attitude of 'prisoner of the Vatican,' and it was not to be expected that Leo XIII. should now sacrifice the political advantage of such a position, on senti mental KTOunds. The present appeal of The Catholic W'orld (September) prints an interesting article on the Italian mon archy by an Italian writer, Slgnor A. Dla- rista, who pronounces the new King to be as "different from his father as day from night," and asserts that he is "not ably and unmistakably anti-clerical," "an avowed enemy of the church." In this, the writer points out, he differs from the tradition of the house of Savoy, which gave a canonized saint to the church. "Vlntnr Mmmnnnpl TI nd his son Hum bert I.," says Signor Dtartsta, "were both Idem Is when writing aboio ' ' men of strontr and Ineradicable attach- the citation of the xi.,. ""Wiobi ment to the church, and the usurpation fortunate for his case. -rR!,!arDeit i, of the Pope's temporal domain by the! not a little to say about re KSp1' tit foimer and the continuance In possession nowhere do they contain a.neCUtlwi: W. by the latter were. It has been proved by j the city that a Christia SUpi)0k repeated Incidents, the source of contin- ; martyrdom for marvr.tr r," yntld bm. 1 1 .1 1 i 1. tl . I 1 J . .viil g uai iiKtriuunuuga iu inem. nr ewim- wnerB uu iney require or Kl uts: Christian to throw away his 1 J1 "The present King is diminutive in jit 0f reckless bravado." ' "'!n49i. stature, reeDie to tne point ot sitting ai rne united hcrse only with the greatest difficulty, and In expression careworn and with the aspect of one who looks out on the world with a perpetual bitterness of feeling. One of the Generals who had care of the young man's education at a critical pe riod of his career, Count Morra dl Iavri ano, was reputedly anything but a man of religious sentiments. To this may pos sibly be attributed the fact that King Humbert's son, when Crown Prince, gain ed the renutation of beinsr hostile to re- - ' - - " t : . 1 ----- - - -Fy 111 on o ,.. i regarding the papacy were recorded in turning at a later time when'th ' authoritative Italian newspapers and left j was over: when opportunities u6 ti..iuuc ...... . -j - i -v 'ov .,t i. uu, pern, rif accents acts of severity related of him toward j thankfully; at nroner time. k. those under nts command wno were ae voted to their religious duties. At the religious solemnization, four years ago, of the marriage of the then Prince of Na ples, in the Church of Santa Maria degli Arjgell in Rome, the present writer had occasion to observe the future king in the role of one fulfilling a religious duty. A mass was sung, and when the sanctu ary bell announced the solemn moment of I the consecration, the Queen and her new ' daughter-in-law were on their knees and ! the King was bent in reverent attitude. The prince, however, seized the moment to I make a gratuitously scandalous display of his Irreligious sentiments. While the i Sacred Host was being elevated In the air, he deliberately gazed around him and yaw.ned with an expression of nonchai- 1 he effect was elec trifying and exceedingly-painful to all the Catholics who witnessed it. Similar sen timents actuating a man called to till the royal throne in a city where the success or of Peter holds his sway can not but be an evil augury of that man's reign. In dependently of the thousand and one lit- Presbyterlan o says: '""irony! r.very tmrtsttan has W and the truth as it is in Je J?- to be preserved by all lawful ' J2.tls " he will answer to God ';,t twe a, If circumstances make it iraPo him to preserve th. m 17 ffiv nit hie nr.. ..ii. . . "v anfl teaching r. f K . . . . . " - r- inc liuin, lot lh I i U of less imiortance. it Wa prtflfciple that Iaul a- ted wt,00 work was interrupted in oni. In all this ho nJ.,? to his Roman from outrage. plain instructions of his j,rn not hide from his disciples the triT.C must suffer for his sake, but heiaJ 'When they persecute vou in thu flee to the next.' Shall we blam Zl sior.aries who have escaped f-cn dangerous places in China for thf ' cities, or other lands? it t, mht! V casion for rejoicing that they f fc way to imitate the example of PMUv obeyed the instructions of Christ" I .i t Vi . i; . . . . 1 ... v niv aiiiiionties an-no fnnlliprfllniu lo nt 7. w . . vuiiiuifnanbif i. refer to martyrdom as something' stantly to be looked for in the histoi Christian missions. Card!mi d.- . 'ULmniTi uv:yi eL.1.1 v ui Eliaie In . M I . . , , .HOT iiii . iicn cam. "No massacre will sto; tht Or Church from developing its prowus in infidel countries. The church for many ages accustomed to suhd t rs. How manv martvr hi. . ... .. . - uau. w c wt- 11 uitiui rr tie points whore the interests of the civil cenquests for the faith of Phrt and of the spiritual powers meet, and where an accommodating sjiirlt is an ab solute requisite if an unpleasant clash is to be avoided. It Is hardly to be expected that the new monarch will lend any co operation to the Pope's plans and efforts for the remedying of the social evils. In Italy there are terrible national disorders crying aloud for immediate treatment and early cure. A prince imbued with a fa natical spirit of militarism is the last in the world to whom one can look for i e i-apacy can not diajj prove of the work of Christian natioTt . I . l i , . '- ! i i-v tint it r t nniF , r . , T.. . 1 r - - r- v.... IJUL nn vrntm tian snould spt'ak of v o.jvanef Ty rniy 10 aiiafKs uainst Him ... . i . i v. . r- . , , ' ub.ru l iii-iii. i nt TTiiiinn nf r,......-' nations ount not to be one of vene-" VjMDtl f AHA i , t'uc ti uri d. it i in irr nw r i..r methods against barbarians, and m development or tne Christian faith aid in such an emergency." these far regions." Signor Dlarista says that the solution of j Ave Maria thinks that the a : t v Italy's present ills most widely desired by i Christian irovernments thu -,t in i Ttol'Q n rtt1AtttAJl 11,1 yfflYV M laa thn ! m. i , Lilt i ui" iw i lit v ituivii'. av ' i - a.. . j x. j lit- t . ... - - . . .til . i h ipth i tj(i rt nu t' - i- r-i . t , . . , -..-.-,. n r. -;... ;-. i : ... i-i i. iid'i ininriuuai i iiicuiii'' the principle of the United States or the quotes with approval from a Fr- Bwiss confederation." The canton or nai )n which John Chinaman b nd , r i.i .-.1, t . i. . .. v. . i . . voio- ui wi.ii.-u iT-uuie wuuiu ue me coiei ( sented as speaking to the following d i i I y nuuiu in- uinjfi Hie BUII quiv uum:- tton of the Pope, and perhaps also a cer tain dominant voice would be given him in the decisions of the central adminis- from an intolerable position would be pathetic indeed for once such an appeal would have been urbl et orbl, while now it Is neither except for the fact that Its pathos is much diminished when one re members that the Pope merely reasserts thereby his de jure proprietorship of the An hbishop Nozaleda, with Bishop Ho- via and ten friars, has left the Phlllp- i it es for Rome. He goes to render Mb decennial report. He says he expects to return again to Manila. During his ab- nce the affairs of the archdiocese Will managed by Mgr. Chapelle. By the will of Geo. D. Sweetzt r of New York city, who died August 7th, the American Board, the .Congregational Church Building Society, and Broadway Tabernacle Church, New York city, re ive each $20,000. In all more than $230,- 000 will be divided among charitable in stitutions. , The California Voice says that the Methodist Kpiscopal Church South in Santa Ana has Just canceled a debt of $2,900, and that the county of Orange is moving for prohibition. The required ma il rlty petition has been submitted to the Supervisors, and the vote is to be taken November Cth. feet: of missionaries to death. But hew i you think that a crime? Didn't i r renchmen murder the Archbishop 1 ans and with him a niimlicr nf nr.u me raucan nas Deen rrequentry assertea. generals? Didn't v.,u t. r e. :: il nas wen amrmea inai it is imiy in ac- ben of your religious orders? Wei Ciirr n if -or n r nn , ,': nnn n oi rati r i i A - . f. a i ' . 1 1 ii ti i it urn rifi i.i i no tit"vj n t nnni nn:i i . i j a A i i . . j secretary or state, now true xnis may d.t you do to Pere Olivianf nc too it is not easy to state. Possibly It is , ih,fcmen. have you not put people to based on the fact that an article, allud-, for their religion in Ireland"' Ar InyftdtfiniiatA an! 1 1 1 inn nf tha "R rmn n nnu. 1 . , ... I t . . . , . . . .. I'lllhAllA V, .111- , 'H'l .i C.lt "The earnestness of the Pope's appeal VT""" "r,c" "f" v'"rBt . I slans, have you not p "-'. x,j .wv....... .i)l,,,.n tl, r,AkrT o Hlcllni!.), Too., It 7 . - - - . 7 " . - 1 "".ci ttm a vi it en r-m mo t r 'ovninai o m Tn i .. ... , minority. Time wels wnen an appeaj to,, . ,7 ,, '. "i uinuiiuuun, um ou .101 ,n.u u the Catholic powers meant an appeal to 'v ieBv.ui..8 hundred thousand Armenians to iiii muni I'll -.it 11 1 j 01 uisimci raieu i idi- j '.an observers hold that the actuation of ! a radical change of government in Italy Is logically and inevitably an occurrence that must soon be witnessed." papai state, iung M.ctt .u iue .o-- Uation of the republic. Signor Diarista itable shifting of the coming years the de facto king may be reduced to his heredl- ' 4.L tary title of King of Sardinia, and the I'cpe again rule at Rome. This is a dream, but It Is the dream of a shrewd politician. The Vatican will never in our time relin quish its claim to Rome. To admit for a moment that there has ben, is or can be a king other than the Pope, lawfully rul ing at Rome, would be to stultify that claim forever." The New York Tribune says: the dominant bulk of Europe. Today it means an appeal to only one Important power, Austria-Hungary. France, it Is true. Is nominally Catholic, but it is not snpposable that the republic could be led to take part In a religious-dynastic con troversy. Resides these, there are Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Monaco and Liechten stein a sorry showing ns against the rest of Europe. And, in the second place. It Is raising a hand to save them? If! ! wish me to be sparing of human aim unman ngius, you iuum aci m example in that respect.'' Should Missionaries Seek Martyrdom? J Many secular writers and sueakers. in- an appeal against the logic of hereditary llud. Salisbury, have compared missionary of today with the apos- m,norr.li I cm All Vi- TT 1 1 riAnr -i - orrtTATn 1 ments. Catholic as well as non-Catholic, 1 the recognized Humbert as King of Italy, and , tolic and post-apostolic missionaries, and accredited their ambassadors and minis- have implied that the foreign missionor in tf rs to him. Without repudiating the es- j . . v,-:,tial principle of their own authority. our tlrnes is to to endure suf- they can not possibly do otherwise than fertag or martyrdom for the sake of his similarly recognize Victor Emmanuel III. religion, and too willing to seek the pro- New Light on the Acts ot tne Apcao Several archaeological disco veria 1 kj l i - i 1 ' - iia c on.ru ai uuur. y- v.. n i V J I UUK.llli? " ..IV U 1 i i V ym - i a . b a.a. a a . m . t. A rctlnal f ;iiu- iiio V- liv t v b. a - r 1 treed being to show the correc-tata "local color" of th d ntarj p Off the Acts Which contains tfwm I!:blla (August): XII 1 1 1 j 1 ' i v.ii.1.11 iw. count of St. Paul's visit to l'MlW; The tifty-second annual meeting ot cn i SS-fU2Sa tectlOB of a government gunboat. The Macedonia, a word Is used (Merit) . z . : . . . i... . .... ti r rnt x- 1 t t t 1 reneious mess n most to a unit i lsairree lKiiaie ine district m aiat-uo" - . --r-- - .. ... , , , , . , .:i. ..i. rrii . 0. .... . ui was situateu. wniea uaun - 1 wenty -seven cnurcnes were represeniea - " - " - - . uiaiimm . . tVl. iiii0(i n that tl bv twentv-one ministers and fifty-two ! If Victor Emmanuel III. Is not ! August 25) savs: !fe inthLsi5n'?C'.?:. ltfA l t-.fi: tlt'S H l fllt'I H II' iildlit t. l 1 .1 11 111 i - 1 .... 1 a 1 o tn powers must contm T.nT.i iur inany years 1 11 cibiu vi ausuiuuv rcwracu .-r -v . thv cAerat(f nnd rppopnl7.Pfl nsnrnpr " ! when our newsusiuers attemnt to rriti- able number make u&o of JilSt " . . . . . .1 -a . ... . , A t aaaII ,v ilivici'ir in I i&t III." "V ti tit . nrl I lit om I'rttl-t SJi-il- It f .I Ill Mi nn it T I nnvllun r tt-ninnri.. v. l - I iu ur-r-ii !- uiti. vj -i . it ui iu ivviii. i . i . i . , J i . A I - -w w'UKoivsuaa 1111 o;,mi i niir'tsssT .ire. Ill tpmnnrnr v Iavlttv thir nMf. ; -v, SO. a SO. tne Writer ElVeS me - . - T m - I . . . . . ... v i nrriani "A title stained by fraud in its origin na during the present disturbances. We j Ut 01 praetor wun n must continue to Kar the stamp of origi- I are told tliat the early missionaries the jtors,' to the magistrates of the c nnl sin- neither wars nnr nnsjumlMi nt aDOStleS and their smeoessnru rlurlno- th'aCCOUnt Of itS being a bomantuu I for the vi:i r endtntr A u i ' 1 1 f Slaf tho mim i u . 1 ..n , ' Ci -.- ... ... ., a i . . la ncnnl In Incprintinnu fnim R0IBM ' r' WSrtS-M. ine total expenses or car- to cleanse and vindicate a title to Several years. Rev. C. F. Clapp, former, iy ot Pilgrim Ohureh, Oakland, was mod erator. The annual report of Mount Zion Hospi tal Association gives as the total income YmnortT awav from thair nnto ri,. ri-vv.. i n K-s. From PhillDDl. Paul went w ' .. . -1 . 1. 1. : .. 1 i . . ... ' 1 . ... - . . . . I . . . . ,. 1 ... ' hur 1 . . . . . . . . ...... 1 1 1 1 J ft. Ull llie llUSIHiai ilIlUUlftH.e(l IO .. Tf.r.cimi nr n.illi- un .mnlti. I KM VA1 a-nM lm u Ajl ivy . .. C ., Sllin rM not 'A Itlim.iri lUIJi.i .. naisooer state 1 , . ,,,...,la ., .!fV, 1 :hti,. . -o 1 . . i ..--. -u' 1 '. f ---o ! I, "T" "E w f.f III i A." . ,,,niUn iin iii-iui'. ... . .I.I..I nun ci A.nv... -,-.10, n-aviiiK u. nc-i Btnii ui -t,ou-t.c. 1 nu 1 (.,t in violation or nubile r irht. The pun. non. anu met deatn iria. lv and lirnvelv city 01 ureece. witn us v . content. I'hillp- learned that les son he wa at an nltltude from which the prosrct Is magnificent. As hlooked down on the restless n .1 r. . . . t t Vi . . v!,.lnnr fpnm n A - It' Lftplfl t ifin'u HS.-tS f . 1 1 If 1 SI PU tlRllY'.'O .... T .. . 1 . V. .. I . . . 1 . U V. n M Jt ai f . I 1 , mil. . - , Mn ihic I H . . rr. n tri U t TH 1 .1.'' ' . . ,J .. . '--. ... ...v. .... - - - J m -- - . r . ' . ' . L . ..'....' ttl.u .11. Dl lUI C 1J V LUC - - -' ..'.ill... VI i kl.Vll 11.1.11. . llfV (I'll I .w wwv ... i ' .1 .. . . i i t I ll.. rn rtr m am num n in c a... Ti-irn o '. .. i . . . . . . . . . ,, . r , .. a . . ., ...ni,...r..i'i.- r, n.-iiiif n...- i-..r-..rt. o i'i ..r r.ri- i n in rr 'i i - r f ' n i v I w ..-...-"- . .j . . . j. "ii.i t , ; . . . . 1 . . r i s nil ill .'ii in i. i nu ni.T iii'i. w-iiii it I . : 11 ;i I ill I ii'tr I nnu n u r.i .ni. . liii- l i " . . .1 . - . '- I'ltMieti 01 mrgri nam uunng tne coin- and can not, receive the sanction and ooats. isow olserve the sublime incon Itlg year. - and m enjoy when honestly won. Let me illustrate'Ss liat I mean by a -intented mind. When a man Is climb ing a mountain he ought to understand 1 that thnnch his ultimate oblcct Is to nothing with avarice and envy reach thf, surnm,t he should enjoy the Iflsh ness. it was with lnexpres- ' prospect at every step. If he worries Hy that men will work so hard because he la not already at the top n lng to get so little at last. He jand envleB nls WOW travelers whom he .iii ,.. , .. 1 . . . . . . sees on a nigner level, nis asceni is it cruld t" happy In surround rgs which . . TT n fti..ii con8tant anci painful effort. He spoils make most of us miserable. He had so tne pre8ent hy thinking overmuch of mastered the true philosophy of life' the future. His business is to do the that he did not want what he knew he hest he can and to get as much pleas could not have. He could be more con- ye out of the Jure' as possible. To . .w ... ... fru In the satisfaction of having accom- tent with nothing than many of us 'plrHh,.d BOmething. however little it could be with everything. His source may be, by the bitter thought that his of peace was In his own heart, not In path has peculiar obstacles Is neither his envipir m-nt. He was the proud ! good philosophy nor good sense. I,et posaessor of a faith that could not he e.teh day bring Its own comfort, let him shikeri. "f thoughts which are worth iforget the more favored, and find hap more than a mine of imld, and he lived pin ss In his own surroundings. If he n t In a wrld of man's making, which can only abolish envy and the eove- ever heaves and tosses like the ocean tou-ni-ss which demands large results) In mad tempest, but In a world fur- from small causes he will have learned j nut ni..np in anv littler Place concurrence of the Catholic world. In pro- ; sistency, the hypocrisy testing anew to Europe against the pre- ; one week they are loud Iiord SalKl.urv the HrltUh Premier '.s tensions set forth in the royal manifesto, tit n of the missionary' . . . . , , I T em "V I I T 1 -I nnlv renentino- onit nmnhti. : lirsnfu n nil uiu-irii;-..,,! 1 . V. .. tiihI'ihI tivrunna weri- POi ine autuor 01 a cau-ning siur on missions i - " -' - . i ....iu n,...-.,:-. uugnt - - .hnip ... ... . 1 1, ii 1 1 1 1 I .ill. f V. .. U.I.. C 1. '. ... 1 . I 1. . . ... ... ... . Afi. T 1 . 1. mnnnr trie put into one sentence. J irst. the mission- ""' "l 'v',u" m-nei, uusm to stay in ine;-- "" """- - ,fc,Vif iu v, 1. 1 .; 1 iiii ' uiiMii, 1 : 1 1 ; 1 I ! I ' . k uiiuuiiu ' - - . .1 , ......11 ...u "uu . 11 'I I i 1 1 1. 1 1 1 . VI 1 1 - - --- , . . - . ... 111 a - - . t..irml nn OH ft" isy, or such critics; uttrature. iet u i -ii in tvinir nnnni.. .in that cltv. demolistud some " y's folly in going to! states that it was ere ted wti , .,1 ,.,,-... V,.. ,.,,i. nnmnil nersons were 'poiltarun. "Review of the Republic," replies to the , - . , . .. . .1 . . . if. .-'.ml j.jx-i'resioent lienjamin Harrison, in tne ; 'J . . . . 'p" mniyowwM j mt- e, mm nut nsit nis -.yniiD, oim u. - to live in ls- w orsnip 01 iiana i-u - " . m tn il m ilic ' to await the sure vindication of his neck by foolhardy attempts 1 1 , j . . . .... . i . . ntrtiru w men iiniA iin.t Ttio nri'iisnrft nr nrtiitni.irt lamia Tin. ,,. v i ... .. i. itrorfn ,,f m nitv :ic tuiyuma 1.1 noiur. 11 me nrnucnte euft- " ,A . - - ... . , Z. . . - n.j ---- ---- . JienliTl" 1 1 j . unjutnu .'!. i. s tiijr lii -N 1:11111s; n jiiui nn ihi :i 11111 -in- 1 1.1 en ..n.Hii ..nni'n.. r 1 ,, n 1 nwirii i. 1 itv ii.i i....- .. I . .. .. . - - .... .. 1 ill flUU " tne iiroiesaionai iravcier wno ernssec T . on llie sue 01 mat ' j. ' " 1 . . . .nAruM ested by Lord Salisbury were true reflection would not be on the mission IF les, but upon the Premiers." i VAVAVAVA V aVMVA VAVaVA VAV AVa VA VAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVA tin the resignation of Rev. I.,. L. Wirt as superintendent in Alaska, the Roston Congregationanst says in part: "After a careful examination of the facts present ed, the officers and directors of the socie ty do not find sufficient evidence to Impli cate his honesty or suggest a selfish mo tive In his unsought work at that place. I From accounts rendered, the amounts J raised for the enlargement of the hospital ! work during his visit East this spring j appear to have been faithfully expended j for the purpose for which they were con- j tributed." Aimighi .the great nee rat furnish you with all the materials for a great character. Keep out of mind all discourage ments. Keep in mind that your sphere is large enough for angels to occupy In nished with aspirations by '"I , What Is It to you that another man is This kind of contentment Is possible rich while you are poor? God is your for a'l of us. but we and God must Io.I as well as his. If you can look on v...rk In harmony before It can be ac- your little corner, with Its sterile soil, iulrd. So long as we require the I- as a part of His vim-yard, and on your- I company with you. You may not have mighty to do what we think oucM to self as a steward from whom much will 1 wealth no matter; nor fame no mat- 1 be done we shall be as far from co nt- nt be required, bev-ause much has not ter; only continuous toil no matter.' menf a the horizon Is from the ; 'nt boen given, and If with that thought tn 'others may have more than you; Christ at which we stand, and though w - -i- your heart yon do your work well and .had nothing, and yet He had every- ! ten toward that horlson It will Still et from it all th. romfort which it can .thing. maintain Its distance. But when we .. ; ml. you will stand as high in the The kind of thinking you do decides dearly that we are not masters but next world ns any of the more richly ithe kind of life you will live. Think of Is only another j Heaven, and Heaven will come to you. servants, tfint we are not here for the endowed. Frettinir special purpose of having our own way. name for weakness. Be a whole man iThlnk of happiness, and it cannot stay hnt for the higher and nobler purpose tn a small place and, force from every jaw-ay from you. Learn that there are if doing Ills will, then peace for the. day and hour whatever enjoyment it a thousand things yhich you do not first Mme knocks at our door and asks i contains. Just as the honey bee finds, need, and you will soon learn to be 'it .-ivrd ns a welcome guest. j food In the thistle. I grateful for what you have. Co Isntn sat does not preclude either You live In a narrow circle? Well, j That state of mind is the one thing the rl ' or the duty to better our clr- jyou can fill that circle with as faithful : to be desired. We must attain to It urns' u whenever opportunity Is work ss the mightiest hero ever did. j before, we can become what we should ifforded. neither does it forbid the ' Your life Is there and must needs be be, and before we can possess the re--truingl to acquire whatever will add ispent there. But It may be a conse- jllgion which Christ taught and lived.- to our comfort and usefulness. Con- crated life nevertheless, a life that God George H. Hepworth, in the New York ..entment. In other words, is not slug- can smile upon and a life which will Herald. t 3 ! NATIVE CHINESE MISSIONARY. i. Y A rvira,LU 'aisM ui esuMMiuM in t tuna in 1807. It is about loft vmm fee the lman Catholics est,,l,ljl,ed their first Chinese mission. Thw a "about a'" L 1? n::.(fc W ?f Protestants. Nativeohave ... ...i,u tf, ,,tai eut-ctivo wcraers iu t.ie c inecuttii uy tae opponents ol t. hiisliamty. cause and are relentlessly r.t Ihu Prlllcli Museum. i'IIIu n... ,,v,iioh,.l inarril't'1"... Hlfl ICt-eiltlJI ftUlluo"- -..nf that place. The language oi rf cuma almnat l.tentfe.ll With ttiai Acts." OAIYESTON. O. fated victim of the Gulf r . . .i. ,,.1 mi""-. ii it vf'srpn av iiiv ri""-" - om i i . . . ...,a the stooa monarcn-iiKe o" sea- ., ,, Whose warm waves w - v..v.v...., .... !., now; iny loity neati nciu . . ,0lnao i n not neart inrwiwwo life. L-.. . .... r waten jouay, prouu eiv v nropK" . . . ... : .nv l" ' . , I 111. "J II III III II, M. ll.l'. .... Wind-swept and water-soaked I ny uesoiuu-u uioi cnB- Whfle o'er thy breast tne wind tolls ...it I The death knell of six t"5 gling souis. James t.nui .... .n t' (KOiii"" i.u'i - fh Tendon Tablet U lis of a cyclist who went i. a church in Cheshire arw the doorway the ins-r..-.- er. somewhat modified m postscript written tv- will be closed durirs The Tablet adds tr.es An ar gallery in on of t '53 of Indon presents in , t. ronerultv With a P' on to Sit- tl saia 1 to vances recall another cui book of his. .i i nn " ' wr"? I down Into the stock-- '11,;. ,0 I rt tuviu-d the startlinp re, . rt nr re -h i i tt"" mr i m.rred when Cardinal Wf . rf lted his publishers w "1 Caruma. - --..a