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Published at the expense of the AMERICABOARD OF COMMISSIONERS for FOREIGN MISSIONS,

and the profits devoted to the missionary cause.

INDEX

TO THE

PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

Africa. See Central Africa, and Zulu Mis-1 213; What the missionaries think of relief
sion.

from retrenchment, 244; A word as to
American Board, annual meeting, 401, 404; special donations, 246; Indian education
members present, 404; committees ap not an experiment, 247 ; Exactions of the
pointed, 407, 408, 410; resolutions on care Romish church, 249; Character of con-
of missionary children, 410; officers chosen, verts in China, 251 ; For all saints and for
411 ; resolution of thanks, 413; report of me, 285; A Sabbath at Santee Agency,
the treasurer, 414; annual survey by Dr. 286; A native ministry for Turkey, 288 ;
Clark, 415; general summary, 425 ; Our China in its relation to other countries, 290;
Great Opportunity, by Dr. Alden, 426; Sir Wm. Muir on Turkish Missions, 291;
Ten Years in Japan, 435; The Proposed Idolatry in Prague, 294 ; Closing days of
Mission in Central Africa, by Dr. J. 0. the financial year, 325; The late Lord
Means, 443 ; reports of committees, 462. Lawrence, 325; A missionary shelf in the
Armenia College, 29, 473.

Sunday.school library, 326; Dr. William-
Arrivals, 33, 72, 103, 193, 314, 391, 478, son, missionary to the Dakotas, 328 ; A
513.

cool missionary in India, 330; The claims
Artičies. The Missionary Herald, vol. of China, 332; Scientific education in

lxxv., 4; New year's pledge, 6; London Japan, 365 ; The children and the cause
Missionary Conference, 7 ; British Chris of missions, 368 : Living for Christ, 370;
tians and Asia Minor, 8; Central Africa, Religious persecution in Austria, 371; A
9; Rev. Andrew Abraham, 12; Medical list of books, 374 ; Medical Missions, 375;
work, 44 ; The coming of Christ, 46 : First An old friend disappoints us, 376; Mission-
four months of the financial year, 47 ; To ary colleges, 488; Specific prayers, 488;
live more nearly as we pray, 48; English An advance movement, 489; Foreign Mis-
statesmen on American Missions in the sions and the pulpit, 490; A Buddhist tract,
East, 50; Population of China, 50; Syria, 491 ; Diffusion of missionary intelligence,
52; The Krabschitz Institute, 53 ; Park 493. See Miscellany.
Street Church and foreign missions, 57 ; Austrian Mission, 424 ; gleanings, 149, 150,
What retrenchment means, 85; What is 389; Krabschitz Institute, 53; persecution
my part in the world's evangelization ? 87 ; at Stupitz, 185; cast down but not de-
Turkey since the war, 89; Work among stroyed, 304; idolatry in Prague, 294 ; per-
the Indians, 90; Financial inquiries, 91; secution, 371.
The wide work of modern missions, 91 ;
Retrenchment societies, 95; Six months' Bibliographical — Through the Dark Conti-
receipts, 125; Successful missionary con nent, by Henry M. Stanley, 32; Through
certs, 125; Challenging faith, 127; East Bible Lands, by Philip Schäff, D. D., 71;
Indian languages, 128; A visit to a Japa Lise and Adventure in Japan, by E. W.
nese prison, 130; Rev. Wm. Warren, D.D., Clark, 72; Races of European Turkey, by
133; Missionary sacrifices, 135; That E. L. Clark, 108 ; Story of Fuh-Kien Mis-
half million asked for, 165; A munificent sion, by Eugene Stock, 152; Our Gold
bequest, 167; Mr. Asa Otis, 168 ; Dona Mine, by Mrs. A. C. Chaplin, 193; Jonas
tions and legacies, 169; Missionary mo King, by F. E. H. H., 232 ; Conference at
tives needed for Christian work at home, Mildmay Park, London, 233; Zululand
170; In memoriam, 171; In sight of the and the Zulus, by J. A. Farrer, 352 ; The
promised land, 172; A voice from the Pa Sunrise Kingdom, by Julia D. Carrothers,
cific, 173; The one source of missionary 352; China and Japan, by Rev. I. W.
power, 174; Whom shall I send, and who Wiley, 353; Our New Protectorate, by J.
will go for us? 205 ; Helping together by C. McCoan, 476.
prayer, 205; Five decades on the Gold
Coast, 207 : The religious press and the Central Africa, 9, 107, 189, 202, 273, 282, 322,
bequest, 208; Greece and Turkey, 211;! 443, 457, 476.
Present condition of Polynesian missions, Central Turkey College, 104.

Ceylon Mission. Gleanings, 265, 390 ; Jaffna | school, 364 ; Hawaiian war-god, 397 ; Ke-

College, 61; Oodoopitty - new creature kauluohi, 398 ; seminary at Waialua, 400 ;
in Christ, 62 ; in concert with annual meet Mohammedan mufti, 481 ; Moslems at
ing at Milwaukee - people present, — 63; supper, 482; Mohammedan pilgrim, 483;
a year of work — Bible-women, 339 ; cemetery at Mecca, 484; map of Africa,
schools and churches, 340 ; methods of 485; a child before Ganesha, 517; Hindoo
church work, 471; a prosperous church worshiping his tools, 518; a Brahmin
— the claims of Jaffna, 472.

family, 519.
China, 50, 113, 251, 290, 312, 332. See India. See Mahratta and Madura Missions.
Foochow and North China Missions.

Jaffna College, 61.
Dakota Mission, 90, 247, 423; making Chris- | Japan, map of, 1, 77, 282, 324, 435.

tian songs — many languages, 148; survey Japan Mission, 42, 70, 77, 83, 130, 161, 230,
of the mission, 149 ; gleanings, 189; a 357, 365, 374, 435 ; gleanings, 150, 189, 265,
Sabbath at Santee agency, 286 ; Dr. Wil 347, 422, 474, 512; the training-school and
liamson, 328.

home, 21; progress at Annaka and Akashi
Deaths, 34, 72, 108, 153, 193, 233, 270, 314, – Christian church and Buddhist temple
391, 478, 513.

- defection - progress in Japan - Akashi,
Departures, 72, 108, 193, 233, 270, 314, 353, 22; revived work — native ecclesiastical
391, 478.

council, 23; self-support, 24 : Kioto -
Donations, 34, 72, 108, 153, 193, 233, 270, 314,

laborers returned-Hikone-casting out
353, 392, 478, 513.

devils, 64; interested audience - Annaka

- church organized, 65; self-support from
Editorial Paragraphs, 1, 41, 81, 121, 161, 202, the start -Osaka - its importance. 66 :
241, 281, 321, 361, 401, 485.

helpers needed, 67 ; opening at Okayama

-purpose to take possession, 142; Kioto
Foochow Mission, 30; gleanings, 307 ; Shau training-school - openings in Japan, 143;

wu - Kangsi -- native helpers, 264; medi Naka-gawa of Okayama, 144 ; new church
cal work at Shau-wu, 469; how the chil at Osaka, 182; Kioto – a wide work, 183;
dren help, 470.

Hikone - a reactionary movement - Yo.

kaichi, 261; Osaka – uprightness of con-
Gleanings from Letters, 67, 106, 149, 189, 265, verts — Sabbath honored, 262; Okayama
305, 346, 388, 474, 510.

- reception of missionaries, 263; begin-

nings at Okayama — good will of officials,
Illustrations and Maps: map of Japan, 1 ; 297 ; striking sermon, 298; treaty rela-
mission premises, Ponape, 3; "Morning tions, 299 ; new openings - medical work,
Star,” 37 ; Kusaie, 38; Princess Opatinia, 335 ; church anniversary, 336; Kasaoka
39; native missionaries, 40; Shung Chiao and Fukuyama — Onomichi, 337 ; Imabari
Yi Kooan— sacred doctrine healing hall - the love neighbor company - a system
- Foochow, 44 ; Great Buddha, 77 ; tem for weekly offerings, 338; Osaka – a year
ple of Hachiman, 78; Japanese Matsuri, of growth, 386; Kobe - need of pastors
79; representative classes of Japanese so-
ciety, 80; mercantile warehouse, Peking, 470; pulpit instead of a prison, 471; the
113; great wall of China, 115 ; consulting Kioto schools — cholera — additions at
the oracle, 116; writing and sale of prayers, Kobe, 504 ; church organized at Imabari,
117; burning prayers, 118; Chinese fune.
ral procession, 119; Bible-house at Con.
stantinople, 124 : a Spanish priest, 157 ; Krabschitz Institute, 53.
the finished stand, 158; drum and gongs
of Chinese temple, 159; street scene in London Missionary Conference, 7.
Chinese city, 160 ; gateways of heathen London Missionary Society, 151.
temple, Madura, 162; map of South India,
163; coral island, with lagoon, 197 ; cocoa Madura Mission, 191; gleanings, 390; re.
nut palm, 198 ; group of Fakirs, 200; Rev. ligious movement in South India, 25; Gos-
Peter J. Gulick, 203 ; map of Eastern Mi. pel at heathen funcral, 25; additions -
cronesia, 216; Zulu warrior, 237 ; Zulu Mallankinaru – confessing Christ, 26 ;
church, 238; Zulu kraal, 239 ; James Dubè, famine and relief - gospel in villages -
240; camp at Mpwapwa, 273; map of native pastor, 27 ; Keeranoor - chapel
Central Africa, 274; Mtesa and his chiefs, needed, 28; another village, 28; Chand-
275; council house, 276; Mtesa's capital, lerpuram --- a Christian community — an
277 ; Watuta, 278; towards the unknown, awakened priest 99; adherents and con-
279; Stanley's boat crew, 280 ; training verts - large accessions - caste overcome,
institution at Dindigul, 283 ; missionary 100; gift of a prayer-house - expanding
house in India, 317 ; school-house in In work, 101; they fly as a cloud, 102 ; pros-
dia, 318; merchants of Bombay, 319; Par perous mission year, 175; stations and work
see children, 320; training institute at Ah of missionaries — station reports, 176 ;
mednuggur, 323; Samurai, 357 ; Buddhist itineracies, 177 ; churches and native pas-
priest, 357 ; pilgrims to Fuji, 358; a street tors -- catechists and teachers, 178; theo-
in Tokio, 359; Japanese mother and child, logical school - growth in benevolence,
360; first graduates of Kioto training. 179; dedication of a church, 299 ; new ac-

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cessions, 300; continued progress, 384 ; 1 Union, 307; Free Church of Scotland, 308 ;
Bangalore missionary conference, 385; out Society for the Propagation of the Gospe!,

stations, 503; Gospel among thieves, 504. | 309; British and Foreign Bible Society,
Mahratta Mission, 421 ; gleanings, 150, 390 ; 348; American Presbyterian Board, 349;

interference by Romanists, 258 ; medical Church Missionary Society, 507.
work, 259 ; public discussion, 260 ; village “Morning Star,” 95, 183 ; Report to her

preaching, 300 ; a convinced Brahmin, 301. stockholders, 197, 216.
Maps. See illustrations.
Marriages, 72, 193.

North China Mission, 50; gleanings, 106,
Mexico, Western Mission, 424; gleanings, 266, 474, 512; death of Mrs. Goodrich -
68, 71, 164, 305.

China's needs, 24 ; an appeal, 25; famine
Micronesian Mission, 3, 20, 37, 107, 189, 423, relief — anticipations - first impressions,
465; illness of Mrs. Sturges, 20; defection 97 ; good news from Pao-ting-fu - claims
-encouragement - anticipations, 21; sail. of China, 98 ; Province of Shantung — re-
ing in the name of the Lord, 95; war at markable awakening - a present of a tem.
Tarawa — peace-making, 96; arrival of the ple, 138; the deed, 139 ; idols utterly abol-
"Morning Star," 183; intemperance - ished - the missionaries welcomed, 140;
spiritual growth — trip of the “ Star," 184; effect upon native Christians, 141 ; story of
voyage of “Morning Star," 216; notes of the mission in Shantung, 179; the people
voyage, 217; Mortlock Isles - Lukunor perplexed — candidates for baptism, 180;
- Thanksgiving at Oniop - yielding up women in Shantung, 181; a union meeting,
their teachers, 218; Satoan and Etal, 219: 182 ; a Buddhist priest converted, 294 ; a
Opataia and Opatinia — ordination — new widening field - progress in Shantung,
islands - reception of teachers, 220 ; sum 295; six centers of work, 296; men sud-
mary, 221; Hawaiian missionaries in Mi denly awakened, 465; a solemn service,

cronesia - a garden of the Lord, 334. 466 ; church discipline - Shantung, 467;
Missionaries of the Board, 16.

crowds following – Shih-chia-Tang, 468;
Miscellany - Opium asylum in Foochow, Bible Christians, 507 ; literary men con.

30; A friend indeed, 29; P. R. Hunt, how verted, 507.
he was brought forward, 31 ; Awakening
in Tinnevelly, 70; Sandwich Islands, 70; Otis, Asa, 168.
Japan and the Western Powers, 70; Ad.
vance in Mexico, 71 ; A believing people,

Sandwich Islands, 70, 107, 173, 189, 349,
107 ; Scriptures for Central Africa, 107 ;
A New Britain martyr -- a light to lighten Spanish mission, 157, 424; “Christian fes-
the Gentiles, 153; What the Sastri said tival," 57 ; scattering the Word — persecu-
about the famine charity, 191 ; Subdued by tion, 58 ; Spanish Bible-woman, listeners in
the gospel, 191; Bible and the human Salamanca, 227 ; marks of progress, 252;
heart, 192; American missionaries in Tur. opposition by priests and officials - tole-
kev, 229; Tapanese student, 230: The ration by government, 253 ; persecuting
Missionary failure once more — Almsgiv priests, 334 ; opposition near Zaragoza,
ing with thanksgiving – New creatures 345.
in Christ, 231 ; Inequality between home Stations of the A. B. C. F. M., 13.
and foreign missions, 232; A heroic mis. Statistics of the missions, 1877–78, 16.
sionary, 267; Protestant movement in
France, 266; A fair at Hurdwar, 267; A Turkey, 8, 50, 89, 211, 229, 288, 291, 309, 362,
Christian of India, 268 ; Work of Ameri 418, 486.
can Bible Society in foreign lands, 268 ; Turkey, European Mission, 419; gleanings,
American missionaries in Asia Minor, 309 ; 68, 265, 305, 346, 389; Macedonia still
India asks, who is Christ? - Confucius and calling, 58; seed growing in secret, 59;
the deep pit, 311 ; A Brahmin on the fate recovering from effects of war, 186; a
of Hinduisın – infanticide in China, 312; good field, 187; Okrida — preaching in
An argument with pundits — missionary Turkish khan, 225; called before the
maps, 313; An abominable festival, 314 ; governor, 227.
Sandwich Islands, 349; A mission tour of Turkey, Western Mission, 419; gleanings,
the world, 350 : Christian Zulus, 351 ; 68, 67, 150, 306, 346, 510; Central Evangel-
Praying to a serpent, 351; Scatter, not! ical Union, 59; dedication of a church -
concentrate, 351 ; Bishop Tyrrell and his composite audience, 60 ; Marsovan -
princely gift, 390; A Christian Brahmin, Anasia and Herek, 102 ; Christian moun-
475; The mission on Victoria Nyanza, taineers — Tocat and Zilleh, 103; Smyrna
476; Missionary maps again, 513.

- the call for books — sowing the seed,
Missions of Other Boards. Moravians, 69; 147 ; troubled on every side, 223; a sor-

British contributions to foreign missions, rowful woman, 224; ordination of a pas-
69; Protestant Episcopal church of the tor, 303; Marsovan news -- notes, 304 ;
United States, 69; Basle Missionary So Marsovan za prosperous church, 343 ;
ciety, 151; London Missionary Society, Sivas, 344; Robert College. Death of
151; French mission in Central Africa, native helpers, 377 ; a touching funeral,
189; London Missionary Society in China, 378; Lake and city of Nice, 495; taken
228; Methodist Episcopal Church in the for robbers, 495; Ashude and Derende,
United States, 229; American Baptist | 496.

Turkey, Central Mission, 419; gleanings, 150, 1 the chief men – another Sabbath at

346, 389, 511 ; missionary physician want. Avants — Erzroom, 222; a young men's
ed, 61; Aintab — Central Turkey college, meeting, 223; a Greek bishop, 256; a
104 ; how Zeitoon was saved, 144; em Protestant at the funeral ; Pastor Avedis -
bassy to the rebels — withstanding the great encouragement, 257; opening at
Moslems, 145; victory for peace, 146; Kars; call for teachers, 302; helpers
panic in church — Severek – a mazbatta wanted, 341 ; Mardin- educational work;
obtained, 225; Aintab - a prosperous Pertek – aged learners, 380; Geghi —
year – Vorfa — Marash — Hadjin, 254. prayers of the children, 381 ; Mosul and
Zeitoon – a patient city, 255; female mis. Bagdad, 383; schisms, 384 ; a missionary
sionaries, 256; Hadjin, 302 ; remarkable college, 473; the Malagans, 497 ; a con-
revival, 303; wrongs of Zeitoon, 341 ; verted robber, 497 ; changed tone at Erz.
Governor seeks a missionary's recom- | room, 500; a steamer on Lake Van, 500.
mendation, 342 ; Imperial commission at
Zeitoon, 378; fruit after many days, 501 ; | Young People's Department. Micronesia,
Zeitoon, 502 ; political troubles, 503.

37 ; Japan, 77 ; China, 113; story of
Turkey, Eastern Mission, 420; gleanings, 106, Bible stand at Santander, 157; calling the

265, 306, 307, 474, 511 ; Chemishgezek - gods to prayer, 160; the “Morning Star's"
- oppression, 28 ; Egin - education – report to her stockholders, 197 ; the Fa.
Armenia college, 29; an evangelical society, kirs of India, 199; Zulus, 237 ; across
104; self-help - led by God's Word and Africa, 273; India, 317; the Sunrise King-
Spirit- faithfulness under opposition, 105; dom, 357 ; Henry Obookiah, 397 ; the
work of theological students — a friendly | followers of the false prophet, 481 ; idol-
Turk, 146; the Turk calls a meeting, atry in India, 517; the four rupees, 520.
147 ; Koordish pastor, 187 ; Redwan and
Tul — Koordish deacon, 188; in perils by Zulu Mission, 12, 237, 266, 305, 351, 388,
heathen - running a gauntlet, 221; before! 418, 474.

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