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THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1882.
3 k CHRISTO ET HUMANITATI. rov.A TPit-t-i- annuo Moor.mcr rr tho o 1 ilC X 4-X Hill AfcO fcWWJUs v- mv . , . , sulhcient Woman s .Presbyterian 5oara of Missions of Southwest. the ,i,i ..wo,..;,.e" m-i... .... neoides societies?' was answered briellv I impossible, adventure, when the true and , form of correspondence. A rC1" i 1 r .. . I AC i ?fil flith tiotltntir. if..wtm-t ill tii'ik ' tTtk t r Iwt KukIiirt.l tikwf mill t ItiOfKk. IV M isi ti.'H'll tnff s1 tllA Cll "-'"L nfsobv Miss Annie Kiel. ..f ? all combined in true histories in the. very 'those husbands who heard it wbh they duty is variously i i i. t 1 1 - t vim :i i .'i-iiiiiii- i:iun il: - 7 - i . - . -w-s. t . no- .J.......V-V - ..... - i : t .1... ...,i.;....t ;., ...i.;..i. ... i..,i,i .,..1 -.-.i..!, n ..;,.ii,,:- i i-Oni j.". "NqIm th, , i i - . .- . 1 k nili'li; I III' illll (II IIIU nuuii i ill III V II H .im. hi uiiihi s;vi nui. 11 imi.vi i- u.-nv. niaiui- mi. i.n , j v i ' . iiv ior me acnicvemenis oi me great- . . - . .i . r. . :. . ,i ...... .i.-..,.i " . " .a fn r.HMiKr oniiMiiilt.M.- .1 1 m. it 11 1 - IHICriSil 1111111. IHIT I MIL 111 ll ! ilt-O Il'Illl Y 1111:11 7SUI! lilt: W VklUI IHU III llll' KUfUTI. t works. At the same time we are taught - - n : . Y " . . , . f . i... ... .... . , .-.i i .,1..:.. -i..i . - .III lllill I '(IllltV al.l IIIU IV1UII l lll Ullill. Ul IIILUIll II in; klj.f IV It VI 1IIUIVI .iv.iv - I'lil III V ii. Ml I ' . First Day. The First Presbyterian church of thi city presented a beautiful picture, this gain the victory and the slow win the race; morning, as a Bazoo reporter entered the that by prayer the cause of righteousness handsome auditorium. The soft purple has success and stability, and will eon and golden light which shimmered tiuue until every knee shall bow and every through the stained windows fell upon the tongue confer lie is Lord, room with bewitching beauty and pleasure The instrument i- the word of Clod the to the eve. j go-pel that tell- of Iiim who "came to There was a bank of rare and lovelv ' seek ami save that which wa- lost.' I: flowers at the pulpit, and their fragrance tilled the ro -m. I'pon the wali were two finely executed maps of foreign countries, indicative of the Held of christian work. Crowning all this delightful scene, there were a large number of eleganllv dre.-ed es III VIUU S UI II HII.U Uiir I'CIJIII I.lllll , . . i . . i ,i.. ; . .!1ILT . mnm be united with onvei- that nr.vor HeporJS. Mrs. .1. A. .MeAuee, .Airs. lun-; ooervaiion can oe ummeu up nrienv ior piace ami icu .u army ou u viciorw U hhl or i fTiuu s. A. K. ? those of us who have the care of young other poem, giving an idea of the growth -hat he a (San',;l- d,iM,Vn l""Kh ""ereste. of poetic instinct, wa alo read, which whf Iiesolutions.-3Irs. C !. Hlaey? Mrs. , ourelve. If our interest is languid ami must he heard to be appreciated. 1 st irr i 'ii i - t ir.n: .. a r . i i .1 1 r i-i .w i ii 10 ii iii 11.1 m rrr rr vi r Pr. Lovenlirc. j I the children. Then we mut believe ' the children can he interested, 'vn wlnle THK ICKI.H.Mfs i.ikk. Finance. Mrs. S. .1. llavs. Mr-. Kllison. alone unfold- to man his tni condition, . hi true need-, and -aii-fies the wani of his immortal oul. The motive u action, 'For the love of Chri-t con-traineth is.-." It was thi that moved Paul, the great mis-ionarv to the (ientih, and his co- Morally and relmiously they are at a t: i r- f.w ' verv voiin-r Then beiriuninir when thev iw H,tif, iimu n-v an- lauirm uru Mrs. lCnigh!.' Mrs. MontSmierv. Mrs! ! begin to underMand. we must talk mi-sbm- and rha.-tity. Ihtt their leiigious in,tnc lohnon Mrs I-ck Mis- Kiel ' s to them and into ihem. and make the sub- tion sad to rontemplatc. 1 he teachings Xonimationk-MrV .Mar.,uV, Mrs.' j l -o vivid uiiii all the aid- wc can pro- r.uilucus are Jor the loeu and the re (.tnee Mr- Shields Mi- t oher ; cup-, that an intep-e and earne-t -mer.M ti-ion 0i the women t- that ot i.uddhi-m, "..' .i" I- i ..i .ii ti. . i .ilw...r ..-;!! lw .rrrvitnit.Ml . the v:bt -vstem on earth. That -v.-tcm I III IIII'IM 111" Llll'II till liilil l. tl tlllll 111! J" " A - ' w " " 1 .lot i.rl.i full v iMiicriainetl bv an eleiiaiii i m Un-ir mmd v.lnle ttiey are yet repa-i wirich the ladie- of the 'church h;i .yn:g t- know that everybody i- not a tir.M.'irl . interoted in mis-ions a- they are: and too t- letter from a ' .-preading of the gospel. J'aul, s3Qe u- construed, snr? ijsi e women who lako- Tlie meajiiji is script uru! Is labor in the gospel. Other texts uiighib. adduced but what need we more MaTr ran to bring the disciple- word. My -1-ter-. in coming up hither, ii.vvi: u i: u own jrorct: y.km or made ouelve.- more unpleasant ( c picuou than tiiil Mary and the otnec women wito followed Iiim from (laliiee aaa? who itniM have lingered for day-, -ubect(I to tin jeers of the mocking multitude l.jjriTi; tin trial, cructfixiou. burial and resurreytioi. f their acknowledged friend and leader the despi.-ed Xa.an an .May not - lnr as-embled to-dav, re-em hie latlies, from the digni lied, calm-faced mat- : workers. It was this that kindletl the The exercises proved ! w'lh their growth till it shall come to pa ; that thev v, ill never bebmg to the immbci ron to the maiden just in the purple light tiery zeal of the primitive church. It was' lo-night i.ev. .Mr. of youth and beauty. They w ere Pre-by- this that incited to action all of (iod- peo- 'China, and Lev. 1 ho ienan women, devout and earne-t, pie down the centuries, and in this nine-'take part in the exerc prei This nfternouii carried through, most interesting. lo-night Kcv. tlw. iirn7r:uiinie v:i till- UIO-lv-l will De preilVUre ;o grow --.tr't -i I . iaitniui sisters oi uiose it has been said that the last at the Cross Mr. liutler. of Ningo, j ine wiio uuni: ni--ionary mee;ing Thomas Marshal will r dull, and who know iitlte and caie le-i iscs A large an- aliut missionary work. T - i : - ot whom : leenth century led so many heroic men ' oience is epeeivo. . .... ..,i.iw... . ......x. they were ' and women to give up all and go to heathen The following are the delegate- who To an audience, both in i.e and culture, and the . lauds. counting' their lives not dear if thev ' are in attendance: whii-h anv man migiit feel proud to ad- teache- that there i- no heaven lor women. mile-.-. after millions ot yeai-.-icnt in hell. -end- 200,1100 women to hell, unle.-- t.y i tU-id.-eme of their now can. bv giving .-ontributions to i'mbihi-i . U, s,- 1 u'u , U1 "u MV prie-t-. buy a money tiie lower world. The-e priv-t- are draft on the otlieer in Over this assemblage presided, with ( looked back and -aw out f what depths juiet grace, Mrs. J. A. Allen, of St. Louis, the religion of Jesus had raised them, and in the absence of the president, Mrs. .1. II. the song of their hearts wa, "All to Christ ' Hrooks. The first hour was given to de- . I owe. Totional exercises, which consisted of. And is not this our song to-day, as we: dre.-s, Rev. .John wars a mi-sionarv Hut lei, of the tor tourteeu Pi-esbyteria.i iniatk the most cunning t ol men. Ou an t-land. not tar ; from N ngpti. there are three thoii-and of them, and you can hear their muttering ' in the -till hour.- of the night, as they call . the name of their god. At each mention of this name thev give themselves a credit .Mr-, funnel Hay-, m-asnn-r i tit. i-umi. .-aim j I.OUI-. Ah. II. A. Mimhv. i. Wiiiiinn- tni..n Mi tn:ry r, in- Mnnniis. Mr. 1. It. -Mr. W. I. They lew k it ka v i" on ri;i BfrioNs in the wav of ail ii-. iv-m earning iln- j having to le used iH;,iv,.fvvY:,Ik ;,,,. pastor. Kev give tliis christi- unZvC a,,iVK iVrtal..." - j Th'wnas Marshall, of St. Louis n. ng million?; ol ,niint. scifiary tif 3Ii ion l.:ui.I of Lafayi-ue i liuller. A lull representation ol 11 kind- of , . !.....! .........a t tl...l ilj.l. .l.i..l ll... was crowited. extra -eat- '-"",' -'" j i mi i m--n, n iuv.n mv uvhi On tin. ol'itfiirm ii -eat. 1 liev tell tiiee women tliat thev are i 1 .... .1. (I. I'eattie. Kev s. the audienc Mi. .1. A. AtlMi. iife-iileiil ro ivin, l. I.ui Mi-;. .1. W. Alb'ii, lionie-o ri'tary. .-j. I.uii"-. . . r . 1 1 .- : .. . . w t Mi- Mark- nmliiiu lviarv nr.. i-hI. Saim . church at Ningp.. hllia. dellV.-lcd a lilo.-t j i ...m nitere-IiliL' lecllire on the -oeial. llilcilect - - - - - - Mi-.MHn-. s-vreiarv. i. i.,.iti-. ; n-il :md reIiiou-life of Chine.-e women. ' on the women The church nongs and prayers and scripture readings. J remember whatchristianity haslone for us, At the organ presided Mrs. T. D. Wallace. ' esneciailv as wwiuen? Could we do tdher- f Hannibal, with that grace which marks' wise than work to inr it uc ui u?jt;iiiJ. tiuu iiii;ii aiiu iiii jhh ; a.iiiv nt mv: iei 111 iiri iiuiuvun ( worn, the choir consisted ol several ! our race. Jesus came to seek and save the I '.irk lNvsinienan .iiunii i i. i. u-. i pastors sat in ladies and the singing was iouching. At Most and J lis glorious commission He gave , ?r:: l."...;.:" " " '":gavc several selection- in the close of the hour the minutes of the In Ins disomies :is hi- last nartinir com- n..i-.. i i.-ii. Yntmif I-n.lie- K-iiv. nriiiu-: and execution, while the na.-tor read the - T - " . m - V "' I last meeting were read. After this there ' maml to seek and save the lot. Aud now , tiel.t, M fullnwM? lli iidilro;.; of u'i'lenmp !iv Miss' wliilo tin orrf:it. lipid ii Avhifp for the bar I .illii Itrinior t tlueitv :md itrli.-iste I vt irliilo n nimv doors nre oncned mi .V."! - " " iw Mr. Heattie then arose and touch-the-e women was very graphic, and language, delicacy of 'expression and , for toil s people to enter, let us prsiy that Mi.- ua .J-iH, Mr-..!. Walk.r, Mi-. I.ou j ini,jv n-ferixnl to the time when he and the Jav in.-ptrcd the women ot the board. earrwtoes of onrno-e consnire lo win the Soirit mnv'he nnnrpd from on hiirh u n- si,Avr: :l'Vlr V." 1 - " . ., .,.t. .. sneaker of the evening, were cla-Moate at . nw in -eion. with renewed zeal and ler- - t r - -1 - , - - j - w .. . ir. r I ' auae . i. iiihi i , iihiiiiii. -. . .., tltil t-t it ii...ivt- imniifitiiititiiiiK fur i lio -intlwii' t;i t iw. tv.i r.ii -iii.l f.tctlifii ilu'i ,?'' i f...i l ;-t--.w.i m.. : Prituitnn .1 Sini nfi re lit:eTi vi'ii's !triu-enu toiue.-c iiown-iroutien women AltfllL lllllllllllIIVIIO ,IIVr 4t.VII'.ll.ll Llll II illJIl. Lllllll II l..4IHI4...",. 11 lllllll . 1 1 HI. II II K -I". ...w. - .....a... - , It is here : n resented r refverino- to iinnoirt:il snirils ihe lort . Mrs II II l'a ir. Mr- Mary S .la. .n. Mr.- S 1 ', :XiI(y Thev tiarted on Commencement lav i -------- i - ... 1 1 ai. v i I-..-.....- i I.I.I.....I. i',i i " . .-.... .... ... -. r i . .i ..t . i ... .. ... aiikii-s ok wklcok. ; image of t Iod. and guiding the pending " ,r.V.J .la,,or :iUii ! -V5 . Z!"-1 MM" 5nJ". iini lur I hi irt linn- in rill t iixi ve:irs line, in coiirii.-oui. ni;uiy iuuii .uhms- m :ind John ie city The choir tine voice ni leet leIow man. and that thev can never reach the top of the steps without this money draft. Mr. Ihtticr here showed one ol the-e drafts, and a eurinu looking bill it was being about a foot and a half -ouare. It wa- covered with quaint de- Mr. . II, .ll:iiid. .Mrs. William i Ilrani-li .-.n-ieiy : Mr-. .1 . s.ilMniry, Mr .. I scripture lesson and liev. Mar-hall olli-red gns ami valued at a large amount. The lit hi. 1 ' , .. fw. n nraver -peaker.- de-eription of the religion.- lite Si- A. I.Ht- i ?.-.. . . . T ......... i r t Sister Delegates of 1 he Home and I'tireimi Mis-iun- : v"r tt ;t. "if?- ihwi:trohien vonien ..Aw:lko. lhoU that arijl. frum : that Teaching which uphtts the whole Ins- j ,Ie:uU ' , rlirit shall lvt. thee UeIll - the dh-idple.- who met ei-ew here to ni--r. now enicitied Lor-st '. ift-i omig it'tl or the Man - who have met him in tits wnv and who can tell u.- what lo do. They hi here to-dav. Catch irom liusn the zlxr tiding- and pced it on, to earth- reiaot-e.- boiuui-. The very faet tf our organi iatini as . missionary boa id indicates tliai w havtt heard the tidin anl are keliag tit cqji in and : ".. TKAfM NA l'tt)N-." We are here to devi-e means for currying the command into execution, (pecial'ly will we labor for the chri.-ti aiming xn4L enlightening of our benight-! i.-ierj?i whose ignorance anl degrad.atiosi i.ice si often been dctureil before u. A-nd happy. are we in the thought that in titrating woman man is devoted. If mottiers art taught, they will teach their children : Jt:v can a brutjsh mother rear a Cudly mui ' Nearly nineteen centuries have pMs.-tr. -ince lary ran to bring the dixdplet? won?. What have christian women teen doia. since mrc.ugn uu- aimo.-i eierimy in ye un sleeping, mv si-ter-, leej)ing all of its . .-leeping. lint liten t the command: Cioil i M... tin. u l. I- H-tn. priim-m ami ' aniiau- Lite ., r l . . t. ...! II.. L.... .lll'S In'lK, ii;iiii iiHti-ii. r.iii. arv Soeieiv of ilii-Sonthwesi : ! aucc. Man is lost ami the oii ol if li-i f-iiliMi tt tiii' If.t -ic tli -irrii ..f ! came to save him. Man is lost and th. Wnni!in Home ton J.i forn At issinn-irv church is commissioned lo go lorill in ine Mr y r.-iim-r. Italia. ... " - - . , .... . -.. . . u - . ... i - - v'A.mtv Inli-i tii.vdin.l tr vn in i might ot laith and nraver to his alvatioii. .MiJium-. .i . ..iuor. i.mi- .'i'M-niii-iiiMuii:irv. their "behalf a cordial welcome : "to tell ; To love the lo-t. with our low and limited i-u-Amm 1 '! , , . Lnlv,.k, M:l:t . trodmvd. von that we esteem it a high honor and a .conception, can we comprenenu n un precious privilege to have the women port? Tell n Jesu what it meaiw? Yhat workers in this part of our Lord's vineyard ! stirred Thy soul in Cod-like compassion? to meet here in consultation in regard to To seek the lost ! Tell us ye ransomed the advancement of the great missionary ' one, tell us eternity what is the mighty work that is now so actively engaging the work of gospel missions? Tell u-. oh attention id" all evangel ienl Vbrisri;ms ! Father, tell Thv churches, tell every de- ! vcuerdav afternoon, at the depot. introduction hail a tender iniiueiice on the audience anil gave a -tronger interet in He wa-then formailv in- Thi.- , ,u ln ghriiu- work of christian tni.-.-ioiis were given, whieh -trtkingly contrasted the religion of th liible with that of Pmddhi-in. Jle commended the work ot the American wt.men in the matter of for- Mr- i: W Twi-.il.Iall Mi ie leveiili. .Mr M True, we we do not welcome von a the sciple until every -lumberer awake, and t...uis. -nrv i rrr:-tr nun uu iu.-. auo iitmi ui- nearer.- io M- 1....1.... i.. i... : i.... i. . hve and .-nptiort the caue. The leu- . m i he. iiiii zi'i iif11:!!! iiv :i ui" iii.il m - - i: "I-hua. Mi--l-iii:. MHr...r ii.in .ca. uaii. i r .. :ure was an exceeumglv- lino one, Mr- Kl't HanittK Ii- V M Knitf. nnrluiOTiiie . wouio pre-eni a mumw-i iiinerein. irom ui;u ... - - ur- i.i..t 5...HII.I . I , . . ; J . Kev. I ho-. Marshall made a lew earne-t "!- i uV'lU' l'X?lil' -',r ..i...r.i k'.- n-audien.-e, a-" he was addres.-ing a con Mi Mnrv M.-i.li.-n-. 3lr l i .i'-r. iitiiini. K.i-. Mis It Ma-i-v. Leu en worth. Ka-. ; lereue ol women. He wanted to lell ol Mi-.MY M. imjr. ir- ir i- i. u.-i.-i.-i. .-ui inre-e siage--. or oha-es. ol the lite n-.irld difs ihns u-hi.m it xe.nihl Imn.- every cucrm he aroused and the wav ol ith glittering weapons of war and the li"' !)e pointed out to a perishing race, triumphant clang of martial music. .. ''Love's blessed evangel sang angels to men. for the. kingdom of heaven cometh without Tis ours to repeat the sweet story again, observation, and its children would by Till citv and hamlet and mountain and mat inignty nut silent iorce. love, known 1 glen by the beaming eye and smiling face, as the right hand extends its greetings, that it is one of welcome; because eye speaketh to eye and heart to heart, thai we are loving children of the same Heavenly .Father. A few remarks further in regard to our work, once read an account of a little book that vas a treatise on the plan of salvation, and jet not a single woru wa.- in it. it was a ; book of only four leaves. The first was j totallv black. Need 1 tell vou how it told I Second Day. Chine-c women lheMeial. the intellectual . the moral and religions. sterdav afternoon exercises were 1 ere i. he said, a mistaken idea a- to iimtt interesting, but want of pace prevent- 'Chinese habils. Two .pie-lions are al anv other reference lo the programme, a j ways a-ke : Do they .eat rat, and do the vnois of which appeared in vesterdavs ! women rule iheji.en? Ihese quetton- JJaoo, than to present the excellent pajtfr. .. 1 ... T - .1... remarks. exct:.-ing a more extended talk on the.ground of the latenc of the hour. Mis.- Keil. of Kansi- City. gav. a tine.-olo, which was m-t appropriate in -eniimeni. The congregation .-ang a -tirring hymn, the benediction was pronounced, and the audience wa- di-mis-ed. The following i- the annual addrccv- read yesterday by Mrs J. A. Allen, of St Louis : anntai. aioi:kss. Thauks to our Heavenly Father. tkvr it-to-day a haking among the dry hne, 24it here and there are signs of waking Ui life . We discern in the establishment vc woman.- mis.-ionary societie.- a .-igni&(Mo which mav not be overlooked. Thr las- . decau'e has wituessfcd an impulse m tbi- direction ol rrtimistakahle import. The lir.-t woman's society was organized twenty-one year.- ago w union-ociety) ; llit -ecoiul. .-even years later. Since thn thi work has gone .-teadilv forward: and tiov- there are in the Cniteil States fonrtet-r boards with their thou.-antN of auxiiwiry. -icietie-. which have contributed tlteijr million.- to the cau.-e of misx-'on-,. simre ilxe KtK-T oKOANlZATloN AVA.- I.FK1K TEI. The lir.-t womanV Prcsbyt. nan hoard wa organized in 870, and everv vear -iue new .-ocietics have hern added- The headquarter- of these orgainxatxeiu- Shall know that our Jesu-i king. . ' hv Mr He'irv Hull ird of .St Joe, on the : people. 1 heso case are the exception t -K-r Pe..-at.-..i tin. iiom.-ami t ..om-i. iivwn- are I'luladelphia, iNew ork. Chicago :wiv To lead on the host is the mission of few. topic, --Traniing children in mis the rule. It i- dillicult to sel , 7; i , t n 7' ' : t -ocietics ith Tiit vinL-s. iniit in. iilif.il liv rlintciHitiir.ini lorth matters just a-thev are. A China- I unexpectedly hllmg the position l their auxiliaries, contributed over S'iO'j oSl lheK tte b4-lll,l'n,MlI,fer-,n,1t Tin: i-ai-kk. iiW..visilinil,Uwiintry.aiMlftt physical condition un- to the .general missionary fund of W iii, ... ...iJ m.i.ii.; .i.;.r In attempting to ojku thiilisc;i.--ion on wrlain phase's of our socictv, goes hae'k , her hr -o gn-at a strain as presiding at church. Oi thi.- grand total, this JBoam n Oh. see at your door there i.- :mieihing to , ;.,fr.r.t ..l,ildr..n ; i S ..n.i- i.. .i.-l - : ft,;ci,i,.1ii;.,.r t .irt Bn u-M. ., ..f .i..s.- t i i.,,-,. i. -i ... . . nit" tt iiirii4ii ..in. ji.v.-. ............. iiiiiiii. Tiiiii ii'ii-. mi- ut'iiiiit" iii:il . iiii"i r ..- .m v .. m iu m uu i mtuv i viii- i lit k . 1 1 1 l 1 1 i t l ri n 1 1 11 111 ifti t i u.i't ii in ti ii i . i ...:n it .... i i in an epitomized farm the story of our sin-! , ,n,u ' ....ttv rt (U i.i, And mi up initial! n ui iu : ji nit; rviiiro iiim in-'-1 ii- .1.... lii i..iwiiiiiiif iii it ilitfiit K tlw. ' . . 1 ? 1 . . A 1 ..... I ... w" 1 AAA . T. . j'or .ie.-us m un i ant jmik,. . . i i,:,Ve to -av to that nart id the eiiu- i tln.ir tinu. siunt in unm" t.. h-ilk ;m.l de-ire of doing mv dutv in serviiii.' the mi-sw.iKiries ml mm-iro ?-L- wiNclr e can pray w-h lie we sing, lor the dark ; c:ltjon 0f ehihlren whieh is in the hands -jK.iiding money prodigally is the one ' eaue of tni.-sions, enables me to perforin : if we are .-atistied w ith the result. Let the heathen land. : of the mother, leaving others to speak if great sin. This is not a true picture of '. and may 1 not safely assume that all of ; answer depend on the eflort made, not i.tt " here sisters we cherish un.-hi ink I ugly ' th. work :is ii is io lie carried on in the : mnriiin wnmon m- nr.. ;.. tli" st.r-' us in leavinir onr homes in distant towns i i Ik. inw.mo .rTvun Tlio -arlilM- wnc ,.nni the . Sabbath school, in the mission band. etc. " about Chinese love lor rats is magnified, and cities and coming together to conduct mended for her two mites. It wa.- said oK ero.-s with unlalteritig All ed tis who are inothers have thought, , Theri is not nnieh i!im:inil for mis ns n a misionarv meeting. baveaskel ourselves her t)i!it she Ii.-hJ vif inti tin ti-.vi.Tirv dation, of the corruption and crime, of the ? nami, no tloubt, .-enouIy and otien, oi the .-tale- i tjit.t ;n tli:it countrv. A few eat them, the ; I we could not serve the cause ot Christ as more than thev all. for thev had given of in mery, horror and woe, thai bound our j " 11,1 P111 l" - -'"K- ment olten quoted, that tiie training u uicn t many do not. wen in some less couspicious and emhar- j their abundance, but she ol her want. So. fallen" race in the blackness of an eternal - We can give our money, our talents, our a child receives during the first live years' 1 want to give both side.-of this picture ( raising manner, for christian women, of j also the Hoard of the Southwe.-rv night in so far as being able of thein-j time. ot its life tells mom surely upon its ma- the dark and the bright. Thev teach t all others, lea.-t desire to over-tep the tub yoi'N;est and KKKBLEr . . c.... Irii 1 .1. ..1. !.. .... I ...I. 1... .i I. I . 1 J.l .I.... ... ...... ., i mi " , i t. 1. ." Kelves to arise out oi it i io speed on ine worn in some oai K ueam-; uire manuooo ur.ui mat ai any umei mm-.; mostly by example, ine primer winch is t "ouhun oi j- jj j sister- mu-t be iud-ed bv h-- ine seconu ieai was scarici, icning ine j en cmue. , e nae m-.... ..omi .uii . juu mio me iianu oi ine emm icaciie uom.vNI.Y toDH-TV Ni I'lioiMiti-rrv. faithful endeavor- not her showing in dot- siorv oi ieintenem mains anu v.avairvs: i in ine umeruiof Cross. "Behold 1 bring vou good tidings! .-ublini6 imc ni me aiiiiiein eiaiuieu aiiei a iiimoiu- uuui, iw aimui l iliai diligence I- iu.i llll rillU Ol i ..1..1.. . .i .r .. r .-i i .. - . , i - i; i:. . i.i . , . , liniiiur iiix.s iiueMlOll IS Sill-ceIuioie OI ; mg ami a sniinug iigm amoiig tunis. . me. anil me exiiniMi- oi great men and i - '.i ir -t i" '? i i i .1 r .....!... n...... i i i i oeiiiwo-iranou in ine oroinarv collide oi I'lllinili'l'lOir l llllf ' l.lii llUfirilUr thi tt'.-tilllOllV tliaL ni'VCl ' u-nimin s nfAriMrlinni t.ntftli o'in ml . . - . im c - rj -. v . . i "-.. ...iVv .i .w. . rt.:,s,inm,r ,nt to t lose at hered hf-n- n. J1KC IOC nvponse wa made by Mr,, j thug i those years oi wandering m sm oent.ve to make this rule ihe one d Ute. j course of reasoning would lie so satisfnc- talent. . of Topeka. Ka,as, and is Old he lose the memory oi me louc o. ms Hut the great evils against which tnrv :x. the tclur ni tU in re.mrd ' Pear iiWktli.Mw IttMWi ilt; IH- iriHMI Willi UIIII Ml o-imiiom imntntnl mot' alMCw.nl . - . I "'. - - - - - - - ...... ...... - - - . n v i v. ' ' v a i lit o 'v. V a o.'ov. i i, : . . I . . - ...K.J i I . . . r tA.ik r cents. It were well to reinembei that we were not discouraged, and tiuiauiuiii servant hide our Lord v friends,siwall though we be.we have- . Cftl ti il tilWiMfOinnt a, t . . ,1 .i.. i-i .i y Fti .i iu ini uui m milium, aim hi iiiml I ini ij?lvul .uuMiiivciucm. i.Jrii vosK. :Pnyer am. u.ai u.m.. ue . .t ..e e ,i,,,,er nyo la-aas. i lie nrst one is tnai oi f(r aidant. And first glancing for a year has been a year of grow th and develop (),, behalf of the delegate iron, abroad, was but live years old, he attributed his inlantietde. moment at the old testament scrintures we ! ment. We have more interest, more aux- see a Miriam and Iehorah and Abigail iliaries, larger collections.and have arcom- The little girl is not not as valuable as are olten eonH:i1I- fur the L-iiid" ' late con version to her prayers and teach singiountain that washes ; :md gCnerou welcome you have exiende-I ! ICil V 1 1 TSV m , ,1 T- " i V lJ h and manv more whom ( Jod hon-, plihed more work the last vear than aUv ion. s,n and misery. j to Wc bring t, you our christian sal- e have heard the ipl mom ol the slain. .the latter never. j 0red with the .-eal of hi. approval, than ! preceding year. Hut can it he said of eacL 1 snowy white, told ot thoe tltations. The "Lord bless thee, and keep : eat Mate-ii 1 his js the resit! ot heathenism. A I whom t . ,v loiw? of ..,, she hath done what she could- 1 should have Im-ch an atheist it it woman is nut of much value in the laml.- of great joy. For Ood so loved the world To .Jesus all that he gave His only begotten Son that To thi whosoever beheveth on him shall not per- M. T. Cleland ish, but have everlasting hie He, the in-1 us follows: carnate son of iod, by the crimson tide that flowed on Calvarv, paid the penaJlv ! for man's redemption, and from thence I j thank vou mo Hows that cleansin from all, pollution The third leal of every nation, kindred and tongue, who ' tj,ec; tjK. Atrt make his face shine uponi sn'" i... ..:.i. t i i..... ..i i ... . ti. '. ., - .1 .i-., l..., ov laitn nan iiitii e;ieasieo ing in the light of Christ? and grace. The fourth leaf, gilded the emblem of that glorv not seen, nor ear heard 11? into the heart of man God had prepared for them that love Him." ; unJ mutual faith and fellowship in the ' bility upon u of the training in all good custom i- alnm-t universal, hut noncdefend wki noi ine ur.-i inree leaves 01 tnai utile . v.-ork which has called us together. We miugs 01 me very mur tine.- jo our iiomes 1 11. iney merely say 11 is me la.-nion. book sj'inbolr.e the history of our past j ,.lVe come from our citie-. onr villages Therefore as- lo the training ol these lit-, Then there i- female slavery. Thev are lives, if we re not now in Christ? And :l, prairie home.-to this meetinr of ihe tie one-111 in 11011 interest, my hr.-t .-ug-. olten sold as w lves and servants, though ' 1 i .- .. . - - . ' iin.(iiM ,i-iil.l In. "tiiimii n'lrlr mil' tli.- t r. I.. JIII.1IC1 ii v. I r.t lilfilk A. .iititmii.ii it, TIC? T . . 1 .. . 1 . 11...: I .1.... I .- . -. - mm 1 . '"iv '"" 'ii mm- 111 unavMiw.-. aim wi-re waiiv- . i ee .uu le irracioiis unto Itiee: I lie Lord " ""- n.... M i-v. -nn.-n. j m-n- .iu.m 1- .1 .-.iiit-. mm..,,, .i..v ....... : 1. nr.. ; redeeming love nf: his Vonntenanee noon lint-. :md was the memory ol the tune when my de- The next evil is that of binding the teet , 1 .. ' ,. L .. i ' .r- M.. r. r riveihee neace Vou have oi.ened unto . V' mother u-enl lo take mx lutle hand J he physical tortue attemling this proces- t,7,inl.K ;f,i. ss: ,u.. x' to .-u-ncst TIWi -. with on i wm-, 1 .....ll ..... in hers Mild caiise IilC. till 1UV ktiee'S. to s:lV :. is terrinlt hilt thi tnentnl miiuihsIi when ir I . . ...... . . . . . -.. ... - - ...... ...... , .1 VI.II I Ill-:i 1 1 il 1111 III llll-r. .11111 ill If lllllll , - . , . , - - ... . ....... .... . . , ,,, w-., .... ... I . .. , . I 1. . M 1 I T X ! IT W t 111 111 H IV I T . .r t 11 a ,Hi.cK'.i.ii .1 . ..T-. i -- ' . 1 r- . . i... l !.:..!. ..-4 I.. I " ? . I ? . . .. r. I t .I. " -11 IlliaiU .UUU. I'lll Mlf K IIIiiL' - ".-...v... ... yuc-cuvi .111 tnai "iwe nam w. .w, 0. make onr sotonrn with von "r raiiier, nini an 1.1 nwu-n. is noi none 1- iar greater, ior it tieoars ine , n;.,, 4 ..n ..... . .. i.,L- ih. ,.;..i ;i.lQ. iZ-:.. ... , 11 . 1 AtT-.l .1 . ,. . .... I J...l Tl ." , ,. . M lllill III illl Ult'Ul lll.U UllV H IV KM - .......v. ...... . n.i iiiiillin nii.iciiIKO UU 1 hoi- iivuriMiwiv '.i ..1. ..i.. l r....l.l .....I .1..., Willi these rreal i'Xamide- lK!ore lis. WC ' womnii tn.tn ni:rri;nr. ?i no I Iiimmiii-ui ... . ..... . ! . . , 1 . . . .v..,. .... . v uoiii luea.saot aim i-iouiaon-, .uiu inaie . - o . . ' " "" u.n in . hi-ikm or n In im- nrr I . ,-.0...., 1- Oil r SOecia 1 care in he e.orse .t .1 ...1 . , ... . 1. 1. ... .-....wi illusion tin. i-ii.i...iici. . 1 :.i. 1.:.- ...... p;., - '".-, ...v v .! - - - . . 1 1 ill .1 icnnnistrv. t vear.- 10 ohm ami oiossom as ine ro.-e. Avas not the fourth to u. who have the like 'hoard, to confer on matters ptMtaining to ' getion would be 'begin early." Your this is only among the ji precious faith, the hope that we have "A the kimnlom of our Lord ami Savior, ""and' hi!d is not very old when he liegins to 4 Ihit it is a tearful curse, an anchor to the soul, both sure and .-tead-! t0 nni?e our n ravers with vours for lih 1 : want . strh, fill your own mind with the; Then there is the mother x I'l A. ll ' . .1 . ".I" .1 I .. - - . ! . . " I l! 1 . l.t 1 publi U K TAKK rOMKOKT in the thought that in the home at P.eth- Do we realize that few ami scattered xs to lev. u ne at tiie -ame time to support a missinar in everv heathen land. We are here to-dav to awaken an infer? - , . . .. ''v,v.ivi.i'-v.nnrn rvv 11 .ill 1111171 tci any .lesu- tound loving companionship J in mnvu,9 to eet ,Vesh supplies ol oil mt with Mary and Martha, a well a- lth onr lamps and trim and hold them afoft Laaru-. though in this we see only ihe for lhl. Hhlin f uthe for ..WliaKoevt T. .!.. ?... 1 T1VW 1 1 111-iaw. iter cnrisuan nouenoid. .oruo wc learn more ,t..ri .1.. ... :. . jt and j rule i despotic ami the daughter-in-law ' of woman's duty when His public ministers, . lose j mut be in perfect subjection to this tvrant. I the apostle-, are clu-en and the ".-event v" ' 1 1 mv. an is.'i .1. - i. i... ir... r.: . .. . . .1 1 1? . i 1 1 lie' 1:111-1 oe ooemciu. waning 011 sciii 101111 ; aim 0111 ine lectin 1 e-iose To-Day s Proceedinsrs. Hill" XMXIi III ffllll'l 1 I M1 U TNI II1r Ikll S4'II! ITll'III " TIIIII IITIT ' Ih llfMlItl I'fltl hOIVl x 1 1 - i .. . .. , . .1.1.,. i. ... . .... ' .... . . . ... . . wm .i unci 1 1 .-mm- in ui-ii:i urjti'eeff- obtaining enlarged ami clearer : mance that children love ; tiien icu those her and doing her hiclding. Ihe latter we might win sujipo.-e that wlu'ii our . RS ,.:,n ive1 jjc vmn" rcMl te& cause of missions, and of re- ; stories tiver and over as the ever rejieatetl j must not talk too much, for if -he loe ' homes are made what christian hou.-ehobU ; , devotion's w hich we re ve tillr Th impulse in the noide work " -"e- iim m.- mni.- iiiijiiicitniiiur tiuiimc in me iaiuii. i iic ; .-iiouiu oe. nui win k is uiine anu wen none. j;,intr "F?ocue the I'eri-liiii"- wi rpr-i-i"- gaging the heart- and hands of more, lei I more .Mother ll uohard and j last evil is that they are betrothed too . o, too, it the narrative closed here, we - pronriate to the outdom of the -nieetir" ril nuric:i Minor i 4 141 uuv ni.ii mxc nm it , ximi-: aim ui-unuuuv iu imt- uvwi miuiiiu miww u'khiu-i ui ui;u r(iVTUnt: r., , ... ii t iik it im 1 1 tin ni nn r stsjc m ftist. which entereth into that within the ' lJ.lmr niuoi onr ed'nr's to dictiMiinviii. wonderfiil stories of missionary work vail, whither the forerunner for us entered, i ijw. lirht of the rosi)el to those who -it in adventure in our own land, and in tho even.leus. ' As we look hack and see .t..vL-.i.cc V,. cnm.-. fn t!ii nu.Mliir u-Jili .ar-oh lands who-c distance lends ihe ro AIBVi.J T . X m.s m vv m. m m mm I' what we were without I hnst and realize t the hope of what we are now by His grace, docs it not ' views of the it-au ii- u mi uj our uearis ' reiVltlg a new m gratelul thanksgiving lor 11 is redeeming : which i en I r. ) ...1 . ,,.-. -...1.1 . . , iuvu. -iiu .1.- ii u iwuk uvvi a iioiiii tiii. r(wiii women I - I 1 1 ' . - . 11.. .111 . . . ill Fill " . . II 7 - . ., .... tying in sin aim uai Knes?, are not our , ehristiau lands. Woman mav rejoice to n ouoie io icu, out nicy won l pay as wen- saw. i nis, oi course, is a wrong on event oi an History, the crucihxion, hu ll carts stirred w ithin us, as we so plainly ; uve j an :lIro as this : never have the ! As lhe e.hiblren grow ohler retul to them j woman's social life and a- a as vet we have hail "uoglimpseof the Cross, see that this same .Jesus is the great want revenues of usefulness opened so widely be- about the needs and uirerings of the! rule, works evil. Here a marriage cere- ' Hut when the curtain is lifted 'that reveal oi ine worm ; and in and of the whole chut f 1. ,, l.cir .-. ...... uwik kii.iii i ii.- v:ci ui un.il uivcu. i iiv in magnitude and urgenev of thi? work cm , .,.,d tlwni,:mjs inreHv listen nnd "accent : them. rite out the stories lor them in ! ing. Here two love letters were shown. ' cheering obiect ainiilst Ihe universal gloom. .... - . .. 1 ....... . .!... .1 1 . . I 1 1 .... 1- ' - the oiler oi i life Mav vou ive us wisdom i language uiai. iney can uncier- eacn anoiu six ien?t long, aim ine reading .,- ... . ..- . . ..t...wl .....1 Iw.,.- l tot evisc noerai inmgs, ami grace to ac- . " iue.-iu iv.:an iii.suici.uMe "'"viii. j n , ebniolish them. Let it be the earne-t de- i will a-k lo hear them! read .audi They are not .amides of American love i i7J sire oi everv one of us to secure this com- : re-i cad belore they can read them lor mendation," ''She hath tlone what she i ihemselve. Ud the pictures ami the ......id stories make an atmosphere around them sus is the great want revenues of uselulness opened so widely be- uU about needs and siiiienngs oi the J rule, works evil. Here a marriage cere- ; I'ut when the curtain is lilted that reveal mt it requires of us ' fore her, and never has .-he responded so ehihlren like themselves in the dark part mony was described. Tle engagement is j that darkest ami saddest and fullest of all itch of Hod a greater ' readilv ' to her opportunities ; from her of lhu earth, and of the sacrifice's and the j made by the fathers ol the groom and j picture-, the suttering and death of theSon t , yet bien given. The ? jj. the storv d" the Cros h)vinlv falls faiiiifulne-s oi"those who have gone to teach j bride. Thee latter do none of the court- of Cod, sympathizing women is 11100110' epi ol , 1 . 1 - - its movements, lead onlv to woe at,..- i h ah..,. ii..n ti... .......... 1 that shall insiure them nncon.-ciousiv with ; . . Hl- ;cm;,. r.ificiiM.ic b..i;.. : . - : ... : : . ;...r..,t i ti,.. rm.,t ti.;.. Ti,.,!- it?re is anomer side 01 this me. i-iuai crowned with v...'..... iiioiiu.jQ, .-iji.-ii... . riiiress wniiMi win uonear in m-inorrow - ii...v-k ... v.... .-..v...v.. i : .i i. ... .- . . i . i ;,Mn a.M.rct;iiftn .,m l,o .nn.t.T ' ' 1 u-Hl I... In.nMW ..mnniU,, i. auecuon i-uic onguicM icaiure. vnineseicross crucineti. 11 Mbl .'.L.1VI1 . . V. ...V . ,.A Villi I.."-. .... -w V. V.. .... . 1 111 . .. - . ., . . . . , . .1 UV.liw. , . . . I rli i III w.- I'Lllilt'! tn than oi..f- ntirl 1 1 . . . I I. . 1 li.ml.n.1 rit thft iiim t.u.Mr 4 ...I ..-.-... .....1 " . .1 1- .1 11 .1 . 1....... .rw,,, ..l.i Ml-.... ..I tit... .n..i.- ,r ... v. ....... v ...v.i. .an m; .urn mmvi I nil I l.i I, 11. ill I Vi I " v . nwn ii uiai. HI.-.71T- .iiki Aijcrine reauinr oi ine address ine-re i " .. ...v w.t ti,. , , . . ., - . . . - , i . i. "i-fv..i- . , . , - - - , - ,, 1 ..ii..: -r.- i uieir. superiors, j iiey an; laug.'u mis irom aim sauiv sus oe i.vuv:, iim me iireiai uuu in wuu .- -.i-.i- .i.i-ciri.TOii. litisitirs:c ti":iTis-ii.li.l r.l nuuii uwi. ni.-.i i i .i.-u.n .i.inniun i" jica- i - - - . . istocastoutthesmrits. For until " rC Z U.": ico without reminding vou that thev "la.ni- :u"1. il c,iarm,o characteristic waits. e are exnelled. until selfishness gives : m j: "a H.m, .A.in,l tl... . knew about M"exico ''"that is where 1 ' . -r "cial-. e . . I Matlicw. Mark, t Kan.i..AA ...-I:.-. : ,.;.!,, " . ",'"". ,; , r1." ai;-.. I?....!-;,. ... n. ., t:.,i.. .Again, the widows never marry, llus is united voice, tell u uul . wiv-ii.,1., .-v.-ii-nuiiin n "' , uonnins Mission ioara. oi me inrisiian j -'- not be over-rated. To say that this world is under the domination of satan that men by nature are moral demoniacs, i not poetic imagery, but the solemn truth of inspiration. The moral foes that ptssess its soul, inspire its energies anil I 1 m direct aud skept jiotent rule the church thes' way itualitv. skepticism to faith, and supersti- clinrcli ; bov ol six the storv ol tion to reHtTifin. hnnmmiv from tlio ever- ' -r ir c l.. : iiii--ion:irv-. I .i vi ntnne . , " .ii. . . ii. i. i -j ir jii.uic ii ie-jiuii- in i . - .-5 j (rr 1 .11 . .If. In 1 . . ....... M,. .r!n...w! 4c. . , . . , t , . . i . ...l. a.. ....... ...... . T . . W .... f J Ol ..i.-.iut; ianr ii ii- uunnc ir iiuinteii iv , hotrill ol the l-limoerlaild 1 reSOVteriail I "i mmhi- uuv- .imiutu iu ucni" in ersi- t ruin. JNow Christ constituted His church I cliurfl. the moral exorcist : to it gave the com mission, "Go ye into ail the world.' In this great work the Lord gave us to do there are three things indispensible to success: Means, method and motive; a suitable instrument, a proper way of using it and a sufficient motive to prompt the necessary action. By means, do not under stand simply the wealth of the church; this of course must be used and money Biust flow freely into the Lord's treasury. But back of these must be higher powers and these are Faith and Prayer. Jesus Himself said, "Faith as a grain of mustard hevare not samples of American love j lK "V. "u "7 i ""V " ' .isiles. They were written bv the fathers ! e" lm :iml ""J- hut we.:lk lhJ"h I the lovers ) ' ? stamliugaiar oil. never h.-e Mght of her "' :suHerin? Savitr. .She has followed Him : THE ItKK.HT .IIK. j from (talilee. sees Him dragged to prison, ' thorns, lamting beneath His i She follows Him tt) His ' notes how Hisbodv is laid. ' side the sepulchre and , the great "African of ouciu-, and one never broken L,wasso real that! ns. 1,1,1 IO us -us .a rQvi r"I(' iui ii uiiv.li m vi rv.- .in iiijiii, iiiii. im.ir wiilows remain true to the memory of ied poor i : . n. l. ....... i. . .im. i t i -7 ... 1 hi.ir l.iiil I. ii tl.o ,.lc v .-v 1...... t .. ' Th.. Wi.tnnn'c Cnu.n M issi him re Soioetv wiiat vou saw tiierc. i on saw the niace i . , . , : : ..r V v " : Vt.: A: " ,;":i when: Livingstone is buril lo..niaKC maurncs ior some oi the l i1VH i;i,an.,.cu, . - - - - "V... . ... ' wi.h.w fi.neerls- hut It wa .,r.,ii.r.,ll,- ., , c was represented bv Mrs. Moore, of St. ; J he same child was overheard telling to ! , t.... Louis; Mrs. Duncan, of Alton, represented I a 'neud in a manner so graphic as to call ' ' i loriu a siune, ine .-iorv oi now ine oaim- i j.ui.i..ii.i om. greetings from the IS orth western Hoard ; letters were read by the corresponding secretary from the W. F. M. society, of Albany, Xew York; also from Brooklyn. iKeports were also read from Philadelphia Board and "Woman's Executive Committee of New York. "Tell ine the old, old story" was then "How to keep up anjnterest in youn wich Islander.- grew tired of their gods. China is full of books upon every topic. who were oi no good to them, and threw Their historians tell of the noble women them all away; and how, when they had , who have adorned Chinese history, and just done this and hadn't anybody to pray they always pay just tribute to to, the missionaries came " to tell them the" literary women. Ciirls are given about our God. an equal "chauce with the bovs in Children a must have heroes; and why the schools They are given a perfect let their vivid imagination run riot in knowledge of all kinds of letter writing, so fairy tales, or in accounts of, innocent but that they may know how to conducfanv Luke and John, with i j how the sleepless eve! of bereaved woman wu lir.-t to see the i dawn of the resurrection morn, and to ' hasten, while it wa- yet dark, with prepar- ' ed spices, for His annoiuttng. non was iiki: .ministry VAIN", for though her Lord was risen and needed ; not the annotating, her willing and obedient feet ran to bring the disciples word, and as she ran Jesus met her and commissioned her, saying: "Je not afraid ; go tell my brethren.' Divine wisdom veils from us all of Mary's after life, but it were impossible to doubt that she spent it in the active ser-. vice of her Master. j ftll 81 1 W TROYAL J POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of partt.v, Sit rWHt H 1 UlwiIlWAntiniuj Miimi futAtiAnotwil a... A faithtlil reading Ot the Acts ot the the ordinary knuK and cannot he ?old in mivwH. in caa. ICG Wall St., Si. .1 laiuinii itaumj; ut .itis ui ine: ine uriniKU y Kiiuiy, ;inu cannot OCfOIu I Apostles and the Epistles reveals the fact lon with the multitude of low tests, sh th-ti wimipn wpi-p -lctivelv eiifiwd In th,. uIV.m or Posiihnte powder-. Sold only that women weie atuei engaged m the Itov.vi. B. ki.no Powdkr Co. ICG Wall