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1. 6월 1일 (음 4월 25일)

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1st. (二十五). Monday. Fair-very hot.
 
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Reviewed English. In the evening played croquet at Mrs. Browder's and took supper there. I ought not to repeat this. The next best thing to being able to express one's gratitude for material kindness received in some material form. is to avoid such kindness as much as possible.
 

2. 6월 2일 (음 4월 26일)

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2nd. (二十六). Tuesday. Fair and hot.
 
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Reviewed Ch. Hist.
 

3. 6월 3일 (음 4월 27일)

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3rd. (二十七). Wednesday. Fair-hot.
 
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Ex. in Church History.
 

4. 6월 4일 (음 4월 28일)

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4th. (二十八). Thursday. Fair-very hot.
 
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Reviewed Discipline.
 

5. 6월 5일 (음 4월 29일)

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5th. (二十九). Friday. Fair, very hot.
 
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Ex. in Discipline-the driest and worst I ever had.
 

6. 6월 6일 (음 4월 30일)

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6th. (卅日) Saturday. Fair-very windy. Rained between 2 and 2:45 p.m.
 
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Exceedingly sick and weary in mind and spirit.
 

7. 6월 7일 (음 5월 1일)

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7th. (五月初一). Sunday. Cloudy and cool early morning. Hot later on.
 
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Attended W.E. S.S. The last S.S. lesson under Dr. kirkland. He is no doubt one of the best men, if not the best, in every respect, among the V.U. professors.
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At 2 p.m. went out with Jordan to Mt. Olivet, to hear him preach in a school house. Rained before we got into the house-got badly wet. Jordan will make a good preacher if he continues to study on a sermon as hard as he does now. He will never become a polished man or a successful pastor. He is so stingy that he would not spend a nickle for cleanly appearance or for a public enterprize.
 

8. 6월 8일 (음 5월 2일)

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8th. (初二). Monday. Cloudy and hot most of the day.
 
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In the morning, called on Dr. Tillet to get a letter of recommendation. When I told him of my going to Emory he said:-
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1. That he did not believe in the wisdom of sending students from Mission Fields to America for education; that the faith of such a student is shaken by not looking at things from the stand point of Americans or by observing the inconsistencies of church members here or by associating with sceptic friends or by reading their books, and that American education does not pay a mission.
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2. That, in his opinion, I would have done better had I gone to a smaller college from the start and that I would find Emory very imperfectly equipped.
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3. That very many young men come here and after having taken the English course of theologyi they find out too late that it was not what they wanted; that he has offended many by advising them to go home rather than study here where they couldn't do themselves justice; and that the Sustentation Fund is a great attraction to such boys.
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4. That I have an excellent mind; and that I have been a successful student though I did better in the start, when everything was novel, than in the latter part of the course.
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I agree on many points of what the Dr. has said. But he is the very last man to whom a timid young man should go for advice or encouragement or sympathy. He does not season his common sense and practical wisdom by affection. Worst of all, he constantly makes a fellow feel the burden and sting of the Sustentation Fund. No wonder that many mistake him for a heartlessly cold man good for nothing but a cold theology. No wonder that many a boy is frightened away from W.H. by the freezing reception of the Dean. No wonder that Jamison, after a interview with Dr. T. was tempted to pack up and go home. No wonder that he has not a bit of influence with the literary students. No wonder that his relation with other professors is anything but cordial. No wonder that, though I know him to to be kinder than he looks, I hate to go to him for any help either material or moral.
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I answered nothing, because my life and not my pretentions here will show whether my American education has better or worse fitted me for God's work. Reviewed Eng.
 

9. 6월 9일 (음 5월 3일)

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9th. (初三). Tuesday. Rained.
 
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Reviewed.
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The more I think of Dr. T.'s yesterday's unkind talk, the more estranged I become from him. If he suspected, no doubt he did, my being inclined to scepticism by certain American influences, did he expect to cure me by that kind of talk? On the contrary, if he expressly designed to shake my faith, he could not have done better. But thank God, my faith is not in a Dean of Theology Faculty but in God! The Dr. seems to have been badly hurt by my essay on the "Need of a new Wesl. Arminian Conf. of Faith" in which I opposed his darling theory.
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Reviewed till 11:30 p.m.
 

10. 6월 10일 (음 5월 4일)

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10th. (初四). Wednesday. Cool and cloudy.
 
2
Ex. in English.
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In the afternoon went to Pub. H. and got Dr. Smith's letter cyclo-styled. Presented Dr. H. with the book on China.
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After supper, Prof. Merril kindly set me up to the Last Day of Pompeii. The finest gymnastic exhibitions-bicycling, rope and wire walking included-and the most magnificent fire works I ever saw.
 

11. 6월 11일 (음 5월 5일)

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11th. (初五). Thursday. Cloudy and hot.
 
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Spent the morning in dispatching the circular letters to different preachers, asking them whether or not they would let me make mission. talks to their people on the condition of my expenses paid.
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Rev. all the p.m.
 

12. 6월 12일 (음 5월 6일)

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12th. (初六). Friday. Fair and hot.
 
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Ex. in Syst. Theology. This being my last ex. when I got through with it, I felt so grateful to God that I could not help returning fervent thanks for the time, means and health He has granted me during the past 3 years.
3
After dinner, went down to Pub. H. and borrowed $35.00 of Mr. Holt from the Nichol's Bequest.
4
A few words on some of the W.H. boys:
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1. Brockman As full of common sense and shrewdness as "an egg is of meat."
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2. Jordan A regular Jew.
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3. McCarn Witty and sharp and unscrupulous when occasion needs be.
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4. Washburn A butterfly of humanity.
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5. Wilson Solid, useful and conscientious.
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6. Spencer Generous, catholic in view and clever.
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7. Downes A bookish scholar.
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8. Rice A peacock, minus its beauty.
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9. Vreeland Erratic but honest.
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10. Nolen Sound mind in sound body.
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11. Van Hook Handsome, happy, harmless.
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12. Walker A cynic, a sceptic but no hypocrite.
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14. Winfield "Hail! good fellow-well-met."
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15. A good boy Hager.
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16. Bradfield Has more friendship on his tongue than in his heart.
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Attend the Young Metal Contest.
 

13. 6월 13일 (음 5월 7일)

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13th. (初七). Saturday. Fair and hot.
 
2
Spent most of the day in writing an Essay on Poe's "Life" for Dr. Baskerville.
3
The class of "91" in the Literary Department celebrated the class-day. The planting of ivy by the class was a pretty scene.
4
The graduating class of Theol. Dept. has neither money nor spirit to do anything for the class.
5
Dr. T. gave a very nice supper to our class. After supper in conversation Dr. T. said that when city shall expand there will have to be a car way thro the V.U. campus, and that the presence of Roger William Col. (Negro) keep the value of the real estate down in this part of the city.
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Heard the editor of "American," Mr. Carmack address the graduating class of Lit. Dept. He said that young men have no time to lose in sowing wild oats; that it is impious to fear the issue of the battle joined between the revealed Religion and Science; and that the best and first thing a young man should do is to surround himself, as soon as possible, with the influence of a wife. Met Mrs. Hoss.
 

14. 6월 14일 (음 5월 8일)

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14th. (初八). Sunday. Fair-very hot.
 
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At 11 a.m. the chapel was packed as never before. Rev. Dr. Buckley, the Ed. of N.Y. Christian Adv. preached a commencement sermon. It was a fine one but too long-2 hours.
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At 4 p.m. went to Y.M.C.A. to address the members on Corea.
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Went to see Mrs. H., took supper there. Found Mrs. H. as gracious and obliging as ever.
5
Went to bed early.
 

15. 6월 15일 (음 5월 9일)

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15th. (初九). Monday. Cloudy most of the day with occasional showers-very hot.
 
2
After supper went to see Mrs. Hoss in regard to sending some of the circular letters to certain preachers she knows.
3
At 8:30 went down to the chapel to hear Judge Marr address the Alumni Association. He spoke so rapid and so low that those on the backseats could not catch a word. Came out having learned that an Hon. Judge is not always an eloquent and attractive speaker.
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Am sorry want of money prevents me from joining the Alum. Association.
 

16. 6월 16일 (음 5월 10일)

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16th. (初十). Tuesday. Fine and very hot.
 
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After breakfast busy two or three sweating hours in removing my things to room 122-3d floor. This is 4th room I have occupied during this session and 6th during my 3 year's stay. Rooms I occupied for greater or less length of time are,
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1. No. 118 3rd floor '88-'89
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2. No. 151 4th floor '89-'90
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3. No. 153 4th floor '90-'91
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4. No. 155 4th floor '90-'91
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5. No. 169 5th floor '90-'91
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6. No. 122 3d floor '90-'91
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At 5:30 p.m. called on Mrs. Laura Baxter, one of my lady benefactors. In token of my gratitude for her timely helps during my stay in V.U.-she gave me $65.00 in all-I presented her with one the better of my two gold rings. I would never have sold it for double of $65. But gratitude is better than gold; or rather her disinterested kindness to me can not be expressed in dol. and cents.
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This morning, gave an ornamental dagger to Dr. Bask. who has been my kind teacher and friend during the past 3 years. Heard James L. Allen's address on So. Lit very good.
 

17. 6월 17일 (음 5월 11일)

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17th. (十一). Wednesday. Fine and hot.
 
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This morning from 10 to 12:30, the hours were occupied by Commencement Exercises. I got a Certificate.
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Made up my mind to go up to Va. with Spencer. After supper I went to say goodbye to Dr. and Mrs. Hoss, two of my very few real friends. Such was my emotion that I could not speak a word; I wept like a child. No one but Mrs. Hoss, an intelligent lady, took much active and personal interest in my well-being during my sojourn at V.U.
4
Dr. H. gave me $10.00 for my "Essay on Edgar A. Poe's Life." I know this gift is of grace on his part and not a deserving reward of my work.
5
As this is the eve before my departure from W.H.V. I feel very melancholy. Perhaps this is largely due to the fact that I am uncertain of ever visiting again this beloved place with its, on the whole, happy and pleasant associations.
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Packed up trunks in the night.
 

18. 6월 18일 (음 5월 12일)

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18th. (十二). Thursday. Fine and hot.
 
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After breakfast spent an hour or so in bidding farewell to the residents on the campus. This morning I learned Dr. Martin's notion of the importance of his own affairs. He said (in substance) , "Bro. Yun, I intended to have your class to take tea with me before we part; but, you know, I have been very busy and I thought I could better employ my time by giving it to my business than by doing anything else. So, I am sorry to say, I could not have the pleasure of meeting you all." From Dr. M.'s place I went to Dr. Smith's (Foster) . While I was waiting for Dr. Smith, Dr. M. came in. When the former came in, I being pressed for time, I got up intending to tell him goodbye and be gone at once. But Dr. M. prevented me saying that he has very important business and that he could get thro with Dr. Smith in a second. Then he proceeded with his talk with the latter on the Wesley Hall Miss. Report about 10 minutes. This not being enough the Dr. of Hebrew took out the Dr. of Greek to the porch, not however, without saying to me that he would not keep me waiting more than a second. A second with Dr. M. seems to be a long affair; he did not leave Dr. Smith until he had talked 15 minutes more out on the porch, so detaining me 25 minutes in all. Well, it is a good thing to realize the importance of our own business and the value of our own time, but it is no bad thing to respect the importance of other's business or the value of other's time.
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Dr. M. is one of the most learned of the Vanderbilt professors. He is the best teacher in the Bib. Dept.
4
Bradfield set Spencer, Trawick and myself up to icecream at Girding's on Ch. Str.
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Called on Dr. and Mrs. H. at Pub. Hall and bid them goodbye. Was embarassed by the unexpected kindness of Rankin Barber a boy of 15 or 16, of frank and open face. I had not met him but two or three times in all and very casually; but he gave me a copy of Oxford Bible worth, I guess, 8 or 10 dollars. I had, am sorry to say, nothing in my possession save words, to express my appreciation of his generous gift.
6
Presented Mrs. Hoss with the last ring I had with this note:-"During my stay at Vanderbilt, you have been to me a sister, nay, a mother. As a merest token of my gratitude for all the disinterested kindnesses I have received of your hand, please accept the ring enclosed. I know too well that you can have no practical use for it, but in the absence of anything better, I wish to leave it as a reminder of my esteem and affection for you and Dr. Hoss."
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After a hurried dinner at Wesley Hall and after more hurried adieus with Dr. T., Wilson, and his mother, and the kindhearted and sisterly Miss Florence, I left U.H.V. with Spencer for Union Depot. Here took 3:30 train for Va. Reached Chattanooga at 9:30 p.m. Left the fine Chattanooga depot at 10. All night in the train. Was glad to meet Dr. Garland on the train on his way to Charlottesville Va.
 

19. 6월 19일 (음 5월 13일)

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19th. (十三). Friday. Fine, cool.
 
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Reached Bristol at 6:10 a.m. Met Jim Moore. Changed car for Rural Retreat where we arrived at about 9 a.m.
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Rural Retreat is a fit name for this quiet, cool comfortable looking place. It is 2,500 ft above sea level. Has about 600 inhabitants, pleasant frame houses; two churches, one Meth., another Luth.; one school; five stores in which there are sold all and anything dry; one post office, a centre of information and of gossip; a R.R. Station; all surrounded by blue mountains.
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Spencer's mother is a kind and good natured old lady. She lives with her daughter, a very picture of rural freshness, of innocence, of kind womanly hospitality. Some how or other she made me feel at home without saying a word. Her husband, Mr. Baumgardener, is a very handsome looking, wellbuilt fellow. They have a 2-storied frame house painted white and roomy. The house is neatly kept and comfortably furnitured. One thing it lacks, a bathing convenience. By the way it would be an absolute impossibility even to conceive of a house of this size and comfort in Japan without a bathing establishment.
5
Will Spencer, Walter's brother, with a young and loving wife keeps a home of his own. A drummer. Mr. Burchfield. boards with his wife at Mr. W.S's house. When I first saw the strong business like drummer and his little, pretty, caressing wife, I could not help recalling the fine imagery of tender ivy twisting around a stout oak, used by Irving to illustrate the dependence of a wife on her husband.
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Slept with Spencer in his mother's house.
 

20. 6월 20일 (음 5월 14일)

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20th. (十四). Saturday. Fine, very cool and pleasant.
 
2
Spent all the a.m. in writing letter to Mrs. H. and bringing up the Diary to date.
3
Rained some in the evening.
 

21. 6월 21일 (음 5월 15일)

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21st. (十五). Sunday. Rained a.m.-cool.
 
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Rested.
 

22. 6월 22일 (음 5월 16일)

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22nd. (十六). Monday. Fine-heat modified by cool breezes.
 
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Harry, a fine boy of 1½ years old, and Edna, a nice girl of 3 years, are the children of Mr. B. and Mrs. Nanie B., Spencer's sister. The children enliven the domestic scene not, however, without often disturbing the quiet of the house by crying and yelling.
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Took a long walk, through the woods in the north of the town.
 

23. 6월 23일 (음 5월 17일)

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23d. (十七). Tuesday. Fine-hot.
 
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Wrote some, read some, slept some. The children behaved very cross all day long.
 

24. 6월 24일 (음 5월 18일)

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24th. (十八). Wednesday. Fine and hot.
 
2
Felt irritated at the S.C. preachers I had sent the circular letters to. Most of them must be very lazy, or mean, or indifferent to delay answering me so long. I sent a postal card with my address on to each of them so that all that they have to do would simply be jot down "Yes" or "No" and mail it. Then what in the name of common sense do they not reply for?
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I begin to feel uneasy at my situation. True everybody is very kind here. Nice board, nice bed and all that. But I am not paying a nickle for this hospitality. Besides I am not the guest of Spencer but of his sister and her husband in whose home Spencer himself is but a guest. The best thing I can do, I suppose, is should I get my expenses paid some how or other, to go to Bigbyville and spend the summer there.
4
After breakfast-9 a.m. went with Spencer on a gig to his brother Will's farm to pick cherries. I revelled in them. Came back at 2 p.m. with two buckets full of black cherries.
5
Made out a plan of visitation along the N. and W. R.R. beginning from Marion Va. as far as Knoxville Tenn. Don't know how the pastors will take to the plan, though. Yes, Spencer and I are great planners; though nothing has turned out of all our schemes-which look every fair on paper and map.
6
Was told, after supper, that a Chinaman beastly drunk had been put out of the train at the station here. Mr. Baumgardener thought the fellow to be my countryman, that is, he thought I was a Chinaman. I felt bad but said nothing. Buried my warring emotions in silence and sleep.
 

25. 6월 25일 (음 5월 19일)

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25th. (十九). Thursday. Fine and hot.
 
2
Was interested this morning in the personal reminiscences of two old ladies. Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Grossclose in regard to their whipping their children. A specimen: Many years ago, Mrs. Grossclose found a plate of fried chicken all devoured up. She knew that her children did it but which was the real culprit, she could not tell. So she called all of them in and began to whip them in order. To her surprise and satisfaction, every one, under the quickening influence of a switch cried out "I ate a piece of it", "I ate a piece of it". By the way two of these very children, Miss Mary and Mr. Harlan are here with their mother. They are now grown lady and gentleman.
3
Mrs. Baumgardener. whom they call Miss Nanie, the more I see her the more I like her. If under such an open. frank and fair expression there hides any malice or meanness I don't know whom I could trust.
4
Harry and I get along very fine. Just before dinner. he came up to my room and wanted me to take him down stairs. I set him on my lap, and patting him. I began to amuse him by Vanderbilt yell-"yi, yi, yip, Vanderbilt." The sweet little thing first became quiet, then drowsy-then slept. It is very beautiful sight to see a pretty child of innocence softly close its eyes under the influence of benign friend of man-kind-sleep. This is the first time I ever put a child to sleep and that with Vanderbilt yell. I didn't know the "yell" has such a soothing influence and effect on anybody.
5
After dinner went with Spencer and Rev. Jackson to the latter's home-the parsonage. Amused ourselves by frightening the children with a rubber snake.
6
Went to a shoe shop to get my shoes patched. The shoemaker got into a talk concerning the evil of worshipping money. He quoted or alluded to the Bible like a preacher. He lives by mending the both ends of a man-by making shoes and hair-dressing.
7
Harry and Edna can not, as yet, pronounce "g" "c" (hard) "k" or "q". For instance they say "dood" for "good", "do down adain" for "go down again"; "tow" for "cow"; "tiss" for "kiss"; "tut" for "quit" etc.
 

26. 6월 27일 (음 5월 21일)

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27th. (二十一). Saturday. Fine and hot.
 
2
Put most of the day to writing out a speech. Invited with Spencer, Misses Mary and Nanie, to sup at Mr. Ch. Baumgardener's. His wife Mrs. Elie B. is a charming, quiet motherly woman. She is a half sister of Spencer. Her brother John Spencer is said to be one of the richest men in the town. He with his gold headed cain, dignified but business like exterior, gracious and condescending smiles some, how or rather reminded me of Judge Pynchion in Seven Gables―of course this is a mere fancy.
3
Much pleased, after supper, with the way in which Mr. B. spent his evening. He―a little, kind, jolly man―took out his fiddle and played several lively tunes in accompaniment with the organ of his little girl. Such a peaceful domestic scene-where daughters make their parents happy without fearing the authority of the father―can not be found in a Corean home.
4
The Spencers and the Baumgardeners are the two influential folks in the town. A close connection exists between them by intermarriages. Important positions in the R.R. office, in the Post Office, in the Bank and in the market are in their hands. The Spencers of Irish descent. In them the Irish characteristics―impulsiveness, hospitality, generousness are apparent.
 

27. 6월 28일 (음 5월 22일)

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28th. (二十二). Sunday. Fine.
 
2
With Spencer went to Asbury Church at Cripple Creek to hear Prof. Brown preach a funeral sermon. The members of the bereaved family was much affected by the service―the sermon and the songs. The young man, just before death, said "I am ready to go". He made his parents, brothers, and sisters to promise to meet in heaven. What a glorious contrast to the gloomy, dark, hopeless and dreary parting scene of a heathen in Corea! Christ is indeed the hope, resurrection and the life of a believer.
3
Spencer played a good joke on me. He told me before we started for Asbury, that he would show a man with two horns. My curiosity was so excited that I went there with more desire to see this freak of nature than to hear the sermon. But later on I found out that the man, Isaac Hornes by name, has two boys―of course two hornes―John and Jim Hornes!
4
Came back at 2:30 p.m. Took dinner at Mr. Ch. Spencer's. He is the eldest of Walter Spencer's brothers. His wife is a fine looking woman, ladily and dignified in her expression and bearing. Ch. Sp. has the finest house―undoubtedly the finest situation of all the houses in the place. He lives more stylishly than any I have seen here.
5
Addressed a good crowd in the M.E. Church at 8:30 p.m. Except a disturbance―and that amidst of the opening prayer―produced by someone's crying out 'fire" mistaking a spark or two thro a chimney for a conflagration, everything went off tolerably well. A serious crowd hard to crack a joke on. Collection $8.85.
6
The town was a German settlement. This accounts for the numerousness of German descents and of Lutherans and also for the name of the proposed new city―Augsburg.
 

28. 6월 29일 (음 5월 23일)

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29th. (二十三). Monday. Sunny and hot. a.m. Cloudy with one or two showers.
 
2
Received a letter from Mrs. Abbie Hoss. She sent me $5.00. Her letter was full of kindnesses. I wish I had something to express my appreciation of her kindness!
3
In bringing up the diary to date, I omitted Friday 26 by mistake.
4
Jim Moore visited us this morning. He is a jolly boy. His black mustache looked as green as it did 2 years ago. He very well described Mrs. H. when he said that "She loves all over, when she loves, and hates all over when she hates."
5
After the two old ladies retired after prayer we―Miss Marry, Mr. and Mrs. B. Spencer and Harlan and I―played jokes and funs until 12 p.m.
 

29. 6월 30일 (음 5월 24일)

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30th. (二十四). Tuesday. Fine greater part of the day.
 
2
At 2 p.m. with Spencer started out on a gig for Wythville. Reached there at 4:30.
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Wythville is said to be the prettiest and healthiest town on this road. It has 1 public school; 1 high school; 3 or 4 female schools; 10 churches, 3 colored sanctuaries included; 2 weekly and 1 semi-weekly papers. The town has wide and shady streets. Population about 4,000. Noted for being a summer resort.
4
Toward evening rain began and continued hard into night. This and a large german―a ball―prevented people from coming out. Only a few came a―short and mutilated talk―a collection 94¢.
5
Slept in the parsonage. Rev. Summers, the pastor, was very cold, humorless but handsome features. Couldn't sleep on account of bugs.
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