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SIXTIETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



Ciimki'laiKl Preskteriaii Cliiirdi 



1800. 



NASHVILLE, TENN.: 

CUMBKRLAND PrESBYTERIAX PUBLISHING HoUSE. 

1890. 



OKKICKRS. 



MODERATOR. 

Kev. E. G. McLean, Walla Walla, Washington. 

STATED CLERK, 

Rev. T. C. BLAKE, D.D., Nashville, Tennessee. 

ASSISTANT CLERK. 

Rev. J. M. HUBBERT, Nashville, Tennessee. 

TREASURER. 

BOARD OF PUBLICATION, Nashville, Tennessee. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. J. M. GILL, D.D., President and Secretary, Elkton, Kentucky. 
W. L. REEVES, Treasurer, Elktou, Kentucky. 
J. M. ZARECOR, M.D., Elkton, Kentucky. 
T. R. FOSIER, Elkton, Kentucky. 
P. W. MORRIS, Elkton, Kentucky. 

A. H. MILLEN, Elkton, Kentucky. 
W. B. REEVES, Elkton, Kentucky. 

B. C. PORTER, Elkton, Kentucky. 
T. P. DANCE, Trenton, Kentucky. 

S. D. CHESNUT, Trenton, Kentucky. 
H. E. CONOVER, Elkton, Kentucky. 
M. R. KENNEDY, Elkton, Kentucky. 

BOARD OF MISSIONS. 

Rev. C. H. BELL, D.D., President, St. Louis, Missouri. 

Rev. FREDERICK LACK, Vice-president, St. Louis, Missouri. 

J. L. SECOR, Auditor, St. Louis, Missouri. 

A. C. STEWART, Treasurer, St. Louis, Missouri. 
ISAAC H. ORR, Recording Secretary, St. Louis, Missouri. 

Rev. J. V. STEPHENS, Corresponding Secretary, 904 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 

BOARD OF PUBLICATION. 

JOHN M. GAUT, President, Nashville, Tennessee. 

P. H. MANLOVE, Nashville, Tennessee. 

J. H. REYNOLDS, Rome, Georgia. 

Rev. J. C. PRO VINE, D.D., Lebanon, Tennessee. 

H. PARKS, Jk., Esq., Secretary, Nashville, Tennessee. 

W. T. BAIRD, Kirksville, Missouri. 

J. H. ZARECOR, Nashville, Tennessee. 

D. R. UMBENHOIJR, Cashier, Nashville, Tennessee. 

Rev. W. J. DARBY, D.D., (Jeneral Manager, Nashville, Tenne«s8ee. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Rev. J. M. HUBBERT, President, Nashville, Tennessee. 

Rev. .T. R. HICNHY, SccnUuv and Treasurer, Na.shville, Tenneesee. 

ROB'T L. .MOKIUS, Nashville', Tennessee. 

J. B. LINDSIJCV, 11. 1>., Nashville, Tennessee. 

Rev. J. Iv. ALICX.\Nl)i;i;, Nashville, Tennessee. 

Rev. J. W. FlTZ(iEl'.ALi), Lebanon, Tennessee. 

T. M. HURST, Nashville, Tennessee. 

FRANK SLEMMONS, Nashville, Tennessee. 

BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 

W. G. RALSTON, M.D., President, Evansville, Indiana. 

Rev. J. S. (jRIDER, D.D., Vice-pnsidcnt, Bowling Green, Kentucky. 

S. B. SANSOM, Treasurer, Evansville, Indiana. 

Rev. W. J. DAKBY, D.D., Na.shville, Tennessee. 

LABAN M. HICK, Kvan.sville, Indiana. 

W. F. NISBET, Evansville, Indiana. 

ALVAH .JOHNSON, Evansville, Ii\diana. 

B. BRANSFORIl, Oweiisboro, Kentucky. 

Rev. A. G. BEXGION, Scretary, ICvansville, Indiana. 

Rev. J. H. MlLLlCPi, Corresponding Secretary, Evansville, Indiana. 



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MINUTKS. 



Union City, Tenn., Thursday, May 15, i8go. 

The General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church 
met, agreeably to adjournment, at Union City, Tenn., Thursday, 
May 15, 1890, at 11 o'clock a.m. 

The opening sermon was preached by the Moderator, Rev. J. 
M. Hubbert, of Lebanon Presbytery, upon i Cor. xv. 3, " How 
that Christ died for our sins." 

After the sermon the General Assembly was constituted with 
prayer by Rev. E. G. McLean. 

It was determined that Rev. Dr. G. D. Mathews, of London, 
General Secretary of the Presbyterian Alliance, shall address the 
General Assembly immediately following the organization this 
afternoon. 

The General Assembly then took recess till 3 o'clock p.m. 



Thursday, May 15, 3 o'clock p.m. 
SYNODICAL CHANGES. 
The Stated Clerk then made the following report : 
In accordance with the order of the last General Assembly (see 
Minutes, p. 24), the Synod of Alabama was so enlarged as to em- 
brace the whole State of Alabama (except two or three congre- 
gations in the bounds of New Hope Presbytery, Synod of Mis- 
sissippi—see Minutes, p. 52), and the Florida Presbytery in the 
State of Florida. By this action the boundary lines of the Synod 
of Tennessee were so changed as to embrace only the State of 
Tennessee and that portion of the Georgia Presbytery which lies 
in the State of Georgia. 

PKESBYTERIAL CHANGES. 
The last General Assembly also directed. that the Rock}' Mount- 
ain Presbytery be transferred from the Synod of Missouri to the 
Synod of Kansas. By order of the Synod of Arkansas, the Bur- 
row Presbytery and the Helena Presbytery were consolidated ; 
the consolidated Presbytery taking the name of the Burrow Pres- 



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bytery. Also, by order of the S3mod of Tennessee, the name of 
the Ocoee Presbytery was changed to that of Chattanooga Presby- 
tery (the boundary lines remaining the same), and by the action 
of Alabama Synod the name of the Jackson Presbytery was 
changed to that of Robert Donnell Presbytery, that portion of 
the Tennessee Presbytery lying in the State of Alabama being 
added thereto. 

No new Presbytery has been organized during the year, and 
one Presbytery, that of Helena, has, by consolidation, ceased to 
exist. There are, therefore, now 118 Presbyteries. 

COMMISSIONERS. 

The Stated Clerk then made his report on Commissioners, 
when the following persons were recognized as duly appointed 
Commissioners, and their names entered on the roll of the Gen- 
eral Assembl)^ : 

I. Synod op Alabama. 

Presbyteries. Ministers. Ruling Elders. 

Alabama A. S. Browning George L. Waller (4). 

Florida J. G. Boydstun 

McGready W. C. Beaver (2) T. J. Ross. 

Robert Donnell J. R. Morris (2) W. B. Jones. 

« C. P. Taliaferro A. F. Evans. 

Springville J. S. Porter D. A. Aderholt. 

F. J. Tyler J. P.Taylor. 

Talladega T. D. Parsons. 

II. Synod of ArkaiVsas. 

Arkansas F. R. Earle, D.D W. G. D. Hinds. 

J. E. Johnson W. B. Rutherford. 

Bartholomew J. J. Wilson 

Burrow R. B. Cavett S. F. Suk;er. 

Cherokee R. C. Parks 

Ewing (Ark.) J. A. Conley 

King N. B. McNabb J. H. McClure. 

" Jesse Marshall Samuel McMinn. 

Mound Prairie 

Ouachita J. C. Oakley C. R. Barhani. 

Searcy J. P. Russell N. S. Moore. 

" W. M. Robison D. L. Bourland. 

WaKliington 

White River R. H. Evans T. A. Wiles. 

HI. Synod ok Illinois. 

Albion W. T. Ferguson P. A. Orr. 

Decatur N. M. Baker W. T. Moffett. 

Ewing (111.) J. L. Hudgins \. B. Wcldin. 



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Prenbyteries. Ministers. Ruling Elders. 

Foster L. D. Hcudrick J. E. Bennett (2). 

Illinois J. C. Thompson (3) 

Mackinaw W. 8. Danley, D.D Frank McClure. 

McLin W. N. Gerard G. W. Eaglin. 

Rushville R. W. Norris S. J. Foster. 

Sangamon R. M. Smith Thomas Jarrett. 

J. M. Johnston J. P. Brasfield. 

Yandalia W. W. M. Barber I. H. Denny. 

IV. Synod op Indiana. 

Indiana A. G. Bergen C. F. Hopkins. 

Morgan H. C. Cockrum 

Wabash U. L. Montgomery 

V. Synod op Iowa. 

Colesburg 

Iowa 

West Iowa W. C. McClelland 

VI. Synod op Kansas. 

Atchison C. W. Hutchison C. M. Tabler. 

Eden W. S. Oldham 

Kansas J. H. Alexander J. W. Beaty. 

Republican Valley S. McCall 

Rocky Mountain 

Wichita Thomas Penick 

VII. Synod op Kentucky. 

Anderson G. B. McDonald J. W. Lamb (2). 

Cumberland J. B. Waggoner P. F. Marshall. 

Davis J. M. Gill, D.D T. P. Dance. 

Kentucky B. D. Cockrill W. L. Caldwell. 

Logan M. M. Smith E. G. Wilcoxson. 

Mayfield L. O. Winslow P. R. Byrn. 

" C. G. Kennedy I). L. Winslow. 

Nolin J. D. Harned C. G. Woosley. 

Ohio E. T. Bowers W. W. Ruby. 

Princeton M. E. Chappell G. W. Adamson. 

VIII. Synod op Mississippi. 

Bell G. W. Glover W. B. Redus. 

Mississippi 

New Hope D. McLeod A. L. Myers. 

J. M. Keeton W. P. Buntin. 

Oxford G. R. Harrison J. H. Caldwell. 

Yazoo E. L. McWilliams J.C.Elliott. 

IX. Synod of Missouki. 

Chillicothe W. N. Nickell G. B. Kimball. 

Kirksville J. B. Lowrance Benjamin Pile. 

Ix'xington R. B. Ward M. G. Wood. 

Z. T. Orr J. W. Reisner. 



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Presbyteries. ^fiiiist'-rs. Riding Elders. , 

McGee A. M. Bufhaiian J. C. Jenkins. 

Nebraska R. F. Powell G. >S. Upton. 

Neosho J. F. Clark J. G. Cowan. 

New Lebanon C. AV. MeBride H. Shirk. 

I. W. Hupp. 

Ozark J. T. Jones J. A. Williamson. 

" W. R. Russell T. E. Bell. 

Platte 1. H. Tharp I. W. Carson. 

Salem T. P. Campbell 

Salt River H. M. Boyd J. C. Jordan. 

Springfield S. R. Shull 

St. Louis C. H. Bell, D.l) 

West Plains R. A. King E. 0. Whitwell. 

West Prairie E. H. White W. R. Withers. 

X. Synod of Ohio. 

Athens Ovid Lutz. 

Miami S. K. Holtsinger R. W. Himes. 

Muskinguni R. J. Beard 

XL Synod of Oregon. 

Oregon 

Walla Walla E. G. McLean 

Willamette 

XII. Synod of Pacific. 

California 

Sacramento H. P. Ingram 

Tulare C. Yager 

XIII. Synod of Pennsylvania. 

Allegheny E. H. Liles John McKay. 

Pennsylvania G. N. Wall 

W.J. Fisher. 

Union H. C. Bird 

XIV. Synod of Tennessee. 

Charlotte I. A. Allison T. T. Turner. 

Chattanooga S. M. Ramsey J. H. Poe. 

Elk T. F. Rates Joe MeBride. 

" W. A. Bridges J. P. Ogilvie. 

Georgia A. J. Mann 

Hiwassee AV. H. Crawford J. H Williams. 

A. W. Hawkins {?,) J. B. Boyd. 

Hopeweh 11. R. Reed E. M. Cannon. 

" H. C. Johnson A. V. Jolins. 

Knoxville G. H. Silvius 

Lebanon W. A. Haynes N. (.Ji-een. 

r. M Hubbert John Frizzell. 

Madison R. A. A. Moorman J. M. Hamm. 

" A. N. Stockard W. A. Caruthers. 



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Prp.ihyteries. Mhiixtfrs. Rulinij Elders. 

McMinnville G. T. Stainback, D.D AV. G. Brittain. 

T. B. McAinis T. P. Buchanan. 

Memphis Ricliard Inge J. T. Marshall. 

Obion J. A. Dnnhip G. B. Miller. 

" W. G. Leonard Wm. Gay. 

Richland R. J. AVhitaker J. W. Sharber. 

H. A. Gray L. P. Padgett. 

Sparta J. R. Goodpasture 

Tennessee E. J. McCroskey J. A. Carter. 

XV. Synod of Texas. 

Bacon Wm. Dawson J. I. L. Gray. 

Bethel A. B. Johnson (2) 

Bonhain T. N. Williams J. C. Wise. 

Buffalo Gap D. C. DeWitt F. E. Haynes (2). 

Colorado A. J. Adkisson 

Greenville 

Gregory W. J. Gregory P. M. Park. 

" ' W. C. Walker 

Guadalupe T. A. Leach S. B. Brelsford. 

Guthrie D. L. Mitchell J. K.Jamison. 

C. N. Jarrell (3) W. T. Nunn. 

Kirkpatrick W. A. Patterson 8. H. Kimes. 

Little River J. W. Stinnett W. A. Davis. 

Louisiana J. A. FuUerton. 

Marsluill J. R. Crawford 

Parsons 

Red Oak R. M. Tinnon M. W. Cunningham. 

Red River J. H. McKnight T. L. Nash. 

San Jacinto 

San Saba F. M. Gilliam H. H. Beyer. 

Tehuacana A. W. Paisley M. S. Clark. 

Texas 

Trinity N. A. Davis 

Waco L. C. Taylor 

White Rock R. B. Oliver D. K. Allison. 

[This list in<;ludes, also, those who citno in after ths ori^aiiizatioii of th(> (reiieral Assembly, 
the figure following the name indicatina; the day of their eurolliueiit.] 

ELECTION OF MODERATOR. 
The General Assembly then proceeded to the election of Mod- 
erator, which resulted in the choice of the Rev. E. G. McLean, 
of Walla Walla Presbyter3% Washington. 

ADDRESS OF DR. MATHEWS. 

The Rev. Dr. G. D. Mathews, General Secretary of the Pres- 
byterian Alliance, then addressed the General Assembly, after 
which the following resolutioa was adopted : 

Resolved, That the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian 



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Church hereby expresses its hearty appreciation of the visit of Dr Mathews, 
and that we bid him God-speed in the important work in which we regard 
him as our representative in common with all other l)ranches of the Presby- 
terian family. 

Following this a contribution of $81.44 was made to the special 
fund being raised by the Presbyterian Alliance for mission work 
in Bohemia. 

HOURS OF MEETING. 

It was determined that the regular sessions of the General 
Assembly, unless otherwise ordered, shall be held from 8 o'clock 
A.M. to 12 M., and from 2 o'clock p.m. to 5 o'clock p.m., and 
that the first half hour of each morning session shall be given 
to devotional exercises. 

The General Assembly then took recess till 8 o'clock p.m. 



Thursday, May 15, 8 o'clock p.m. 
ADDRESS OF AVELCOME. 
An address of welcome was delivered to the General Assem- 
bly on behalf of the Churches and citizens of Union City by Hon. 
W. P. Caldwell, and suitable responses were made by the tempo- 
rary Moderator, Rev. W. T. Ferguson, and others. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till 8 o'clock to-morrow, 
and closed with prayer. 



SECOflD DflV. 



Friday, May 16, 8 o'clock a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 

GALLINtJ THE ROLL. 
The roll was called and all the members were present. 

ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONERS. 

The Stated Clerk announced the following additional Commis- 
sioners, who.se names were enrolled : 

Rev. J. R. Morris, of Robert Donnell Presbytery; Rev. W. C. 
Beaver, of McGready Presbytery; Ruling Elder J. li. Bennett, 
of Foster Presbytery; Ruling Elder J. W. Lamb, of Anderson 



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Presbytery; Rev. A. B. Johnson, of Bethel Presbytery; and Rul- 
ing Elder F. E. Haynes, of Buffalo Gap Presbytery. 
The Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

STANDING AND SYNODICAL COMMITl^EES. 

The Moderator announced the following Standing and Synod- 
ical Committees : 

Standing Committees. 

Overtures. — Ministers J. M. Hubbert, J. M. Gill, J. R. Goodpasture, G. R. 
Harrison, F. J. Tyler; Ruling Elders J. W. Sharber, L. P. Padgett, John 
McKay, S. J. Foster. 

Judiciary. — Ruling Elders N. Green, John Frizzell, W. L. Caldwell, A. B. 
Weldin; Ministers H. C. Bird, J. S. Porter, .L. D. Hendrick. 

Missions. — Ministers W. T. Ferguson, C. Yager, C. P. Taliaferro, J. G. 
Boydstun, J. R. Crawford, Thos. Peniok ; Ruling Elders C. G. Woosley, E. 
O. Whitwell, E. M. Cannon. 

Publication and Sunday-school. — Ministers R. M. Tinnon, S. K. Holtsinger, 
R. B. Ward, D. C. De Witt, R. F. Powell, W. J. Fisher; Ruling Elders J. P. 
Buchanan, E. G. Wilcoxson, J. A. Fullerton. 

Education.— Ministers F. R. Earle, J. M. Keeton, E. J. McCroskey, T. N, 
Williams; Ruling P:iders T. P. Dance, I. W. Hupp, J. W. Beaty, T. J. Ross, 
J. P. Brasfield. 

Finance. — Ministers M. M. Smith, J. H. Tharp, J. P. Campbell; Ruling 
p:iders R. W. Himes, W. A. Davis, D. L. Bourland, C. F. Hopkins. 

Ministerial Relief. — Ministers B. D. Cockrill, N. A. Davis, H. C. Cockrum, 
R. C. Parks, N. M. Baker; Ruling Elders C;. W. Adamson, J. A. Carter, J. 
W. Reisner. 

Temperance. — Ministers C. H. Bell, A. J. Adkisson, W. M. Robison, F. 
M. Gilliam ; Ruling Elders T. E. Bell, Frank McClure, J. C. Elliott. 

Correspondence. — Ministers G. T. Stainback, W. W. M. Barber, J. E. John- 
Bon ; Ruling Elders J. C. Jenkins, 8. B. Brelsford, D. L. Winslow. 

Sabbath Observance. — Ministers W. S. Danley, J. M. Johnston, R. B 
Cavett, W. G. Jx-onard; Ruling Elder Benj. Pile. 

Deceased Ministers. — Ministers W. 11. Crawford, J. B. Lowrance, W. N. 
Nickell; Ruling Elders (i. S. Upton, \V. R. Withers. 

Theological Seminaries. — Ministers E. T. Bowers, R. J. Beard, M. E. Chap- 
pell, R. W. Norris; Ruling Elders M. S. Clark, W. A. Caruthers, G. W. 
Eaglin. 

Synodic.al Committees. 

Alabama *%nod.— Ministers G. N. Wall, J. W. Stinnett; Ruling Elder J. B. 
Boyd. 

Arkansas /S'j/rtod.— Ministers J. A. Dunlap, W. A. Patterson; Ruling Elder 
Wm. Gay. 

Illinois Synod. — Ministers A. S. Browning, Wm. Dawson; Ruling Elder 
J. T. Marshall. 

Indiana Synod. — Ministers A. W. PaLsley, W. C. McClelland; Ruling Eld- 
er W. G. Brittain. 

Iowa Synod. — Ministers T. B. McAmis, S. M. Ramsey ; Ruling Elder J. C. 
Jordan. 



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Kansas %nof/.— Ministers E. H. White, A. N. Stockard; Euling Elder 
Samuel McMinii. 

Kentucky .S'y/noc^.— Ministers D. L. Mitchell, G. W. Glover; Ruling Elder 
C. R. Barham. 

Mississippi Synorl. — Ministers H. P. Ingram, L. 0. Winslow ; Ruling Elder 
C. M. Tabler. 

Missouri ISynod. — Ministers E. H. Liles, J. B. "Waggoner; Ruling Elder T. 
A. Wiles. 

OTito /Synod.— Ministers L. C. Taylor, J. A. Allison; Ruling Elder H. H. 
Beyer. 

Oregon Synod. — Ministers .J. H. McKnight, W. J. Gregory ; Ruling Elder 
J. P. Ogilvie. 

Pacific Synod.— Ministers S. McCall, R. J. Whitaker; Ruling Elder T. L. 
Nash. 

Pennsylvania Synod . — Ministers H. M. Boyd, R. B. Oliver; Ruling Elder 
J. G. Cowan. 

Tennessee Synod. — Ministers R. A. King, J. F. Clark; Ruling Elder J. I. L. 
Gray. 

Texas Synod. — Ministers G. H. Sihdus, C. W. Hutchison; Ruling Elder 
T. D. Parsons. 

PRESBYTERIAN ALLIANCE. 
A communication from the Secretary of the Western Branch 
of the Presbyterian Alliance was read and referred to the Com- 
mittee on Correspondence. 

REPORT OF B(,)ARD OF TRUSTEES. 
The Board of Trustees of the General Assembly presented its 
report, which was referred to the Committee on Finance. 

FRATERNAL GREETINGS. 
, The following telegram was received from the General Con- 
ference of the M. E. Church, South, and referred to the Com- 
mittee on Correspondence : 

St. Louis, Mo., May 16, 1890. 
To the Cumberland Presbyterian Assembly: The General Conference of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church, Soutli, sends Christian greetings. 1 Thess. 
iv. 23." 

BOWLING GREEN SCHOOL (Coi.oked). 
A communication from the Trustees of the Bowling Green 
Institute of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church (colored) was 
read and referred to the Committee on Finance. 

MEMORIALS AND OTHER PAPERS. 
Memorials from Presbyteries and other communications were 
read and referred to appropriate committees. 

DISCOURSE ON MISSIONS AND ON EDUCATION. 
It was determined that the Rev. E. G. McLean shall deliver a 



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discourse on Missions at 8 o'clock this p.m. ; and that the Rev. 
W. S. Danley, .shall deliver a discour.se on Education at 8 
o'clock P.M. to-morrow. 

REPORT OF BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
The report of the Board of Education was read by the Rev. 
J. M. Hubbert, the President of the Board, after which the Rev. 
J. R. Henry, Secretary of said Board, addressed the General 
Assembly. Brief addresses were then made b}' other members 
of the General Assembly. Pending the discussion the General 
Assembly took recess till 2 o'clock p.m. 



Friday, May 16, 2 o'clock p.m. 
The report of the Board of Education was referred to the 
Committee on Education. 

ADDRESS OF THE REV. J. S. GRIDER. 
The Rev. J. S. Grider, Endowment Agent of the Theological 
School at Lebanon, Tenn., addressed the General Assembly. 
REPORT OF COMMITTEE OX CORRESPONDENCE (No. 1). 
The Committee on Correspondence submitted the following 
Report No. i , which was adopted : 

Your Coniinittee on Correspondeuce .submits Report No. 1. 
The telegram bearing tlie greetings of tln' General Conference of the M. 
E. Church, Soutli, to you, and referred to tliis committee, we have answered 
in your name in the language f<jllowing: 

"To the (ieneral Conference of the M. E. Church, South, St. Louis, Mo. 

" Bkloved Fathers and Bkethkex: — The General Assembly of the 
Cumljcrland Presbyterian Church, in session in Union City, Tenn., higlily 
api)reciates and cordially reciprncatrs vour fraternal greetings. See 2 Thess. 
ii. Ki, 17." 

The Row J. F. Humj)hrey, corresponding delegate from the General As- 
sembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Churcli (colored) to this General 
Assembly, we are pleased to know, is with us. We recommei;d that he be 
invited to present the greetings of his Church to this Assembly at 5) o'clock 
to-morrow morning, and tliat he be invited to a seat in this l)ody as a cor- 
responding member. G. T. Stainback, Chairman. 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MISSIONS. 
The report of the Board of Missions was read by the Rev. J. 
V. Stephens, the Corresponding Secretary of the Board, after 
which the Rev. C. H. Bell, the President of said Board, addressed 
the General Assembly. Short addresses were also made by other 
members of the General Assembly, and the report was referred 
to the Committee on Missions. 



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RULE SUSPENDED. 
Suspending the general rule as to the hours of meeting, the 
General Assembly then took recess till 8 o'clock. 



Friday, May 16, 8 o'clock p.m. 
SERMON ON MISSIONS. 
The Rev. E. G. Mclyean delivered before the General Assem- 
bly a discourse on Missions. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till to-morrow morning, 
and closed with prayer. 



THlt^t) DAY. 



Saturday, May 17, 8 o'clock a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 
The Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONER. 
Rev. C. N. Jarrell, a Commissioner from Guthrie Presbytery, 
appeared and took his seat as a member of the General 
Assembly. 

PLACE FOR NEXT MEETING. 

It was determined that next Monday, at 2 p.m., be fixed as 
the time for selecting the place for the next meeting of the 
General Assembly. 

ADDRESS OF REV. J. F. HUMPHREY (Colored). 
The Rev. J. F. Humphrey delivered an address presenting to 
the General Assembly the greetings of the General Assembly 
of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church (colored), and at the 
Moderator's request a response was made by Ruling Elder L- P. 
Padgett. 

BOWLING GREEN SCHOOL (Colored). 

A communication from the Bowling Green Institute of the 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church (colored) was read and 
referred to the Committee on Education. 



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MEMORIALS AND OTHER PAPERS. 
Certain Memorials from Presbyteries, and other papers, were 
read and referred to appropriate committees. 

fratp:rnal greetings. 

On motion, the Stated Clerk of the General A.ssembly was 
instructed to send fraternal greetings to the General Assembly 
of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, 
now in session at Saratoga, N. Y. ; also to the General Assembly 
of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, now in session 
at Asheville, N. C. 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 
The Report of the Board of Ministerial Relief was read by 
Rev. J. H. Miller, the Corresponding Secretary of the Board, 
after which the Secretary addressed the General Assembly. 
Short addresses were then made by other members of the 
General Assembly, and the report was referred to the Committee 
on Ministerial Relief. 

DISCOURSE ON EDUCATION. 

The motion fixing the time for hearing Rev. W. S. Danley's 
discourse on Education was reconsidered, and the hour for said 
discourse was fixed at 8 o'clock next Tuesday evening. 

The General Assembly then took recess till 2 o'clock p.m. 



Saturday, May 17, 2 o'clock p.m. 

REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF CUMBERLAND 
UNIVERSITY. 

The report of the Board of Trustees of Cumberland University 
was read and referred to the Committee on Education. 

MEMORIALS AND OTHER PAPERS. 
Memorials and other communications were read and referred 
to appropriate committees. 

WOMAN'S BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS. 
A communication from Mrs. Mary Z. Romans, Corresponding 
Delegate from the Woman's Board of Missions, was read and 
referred to the Committee on Missions. 

ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONER. 
The Rev. A. W. Hawkins, first alternate of the Hiwassee 
Presbytery, took his seat as a member of the General Assembly. 



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LOUISIANA LOTTERY. 
The following resolution was offered by the Rev. J. M. Keeton, 
and adopted : 

WHEREA.S, The Louisiana Lottei\v is seeking to perpetuate itself by every 
possible means, and is endeavoring to secure, by the offer of large sums of 
money to different State Legislatures, a charter giving it tlie riglit of carry- 
ing forward its iniquitous gambling schemes; therefore. 

Resolved, 1. That this General Assembly does give its hearty commenda- 
tion to all good people who are battling against this great evil, and does 
pray God's blessings upon the laborers who are seeking to destroy this great 
source of corruption. 

2. That this Assembly looks upon this lottery as a most pernicious scheme 
of inicjuity, and urges its ministry and laity to use publicly and otherwise 
their influence to bring to an end both the lottery and the purchase of lot- 
tery tickets. 

ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONER. 

The Rev. J. C. Thompson, a Commissioner from Illinois Pres- 
byter}', took his seat as a member of the General Assembly. 

REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLICATION. 

The report of the Board of Publication was read by the Rev.' 
W. J. Darby, the General Manager of the Board, after which he 
addressed the General Assembly. Brief addresses were then 
made by members of the General Assembly, and the report was 
referred to the Committee on Publication. 

The General Assemblj' then adjourned till 8 o'clock Monday- 
morning, and closed with prayer. 



FOUt^TH t>AV. 



Monday, May 19, 8 o'clock a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 
The Minutes of Saturday's session were read and approved. 

ADDITIONAL COMMIS.siONKR. 
Ruling Elder George L. Waller, a Commissioner from Alabama 
Presbytery, took his seat as a member of the General Assembly. 
PAPERS AND RESOLUTIONS. 
Certain papers and resolutions were read and referred to 
appropriate committees. 

The General Assembly then took recess till 2 o'clock p.m. 



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Monday, May 19, 2 o'clock p.m. 
PLACE OF NEXT MEETING. 
Owensboro, Kentucky, was selected as the place for the next 
meeting of the General Assembly. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS. 
The Committee on Missions submitted its report, pending the 
consideration of which the general rule as to the hours of meet- 
ing was suspended, and the General Assembly took recess till 8 
o'clock. 



Monday, May ig, 8 o'clock p.m. 
ADDRESS BY THE REV. M. B. De WITT. 
The Rev. M. B. De Witt, General Superintendent of Sabbath- 
School Work, addressed the General Assembly, after which a 
number of short addresses were delivered. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till 8 o'clock to-morrow 
morning, and closed with prayer. 



FIFTH t)AY. 



Tuesday, May 20, 8 o'clock a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 
The Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON OVERTURES (No. 1). 
The Committee on Overtures submitted the following Report 
No. I , which was adopted : 

Your Comniittee on Overtures respectfully submit the following report: 
There has been referred to us a number of memorials from Presbyteries, 
concerning the views held and taught by the Rev. S. G. Burney, D.D., LL.D., 
Professor of Systematic Theology in Cumberland University, at Lebanon, 
Tenu., on the doctrine of the Atonement. Some of these memorialists ask 
your reverend body to make a deliverance, pronouncing upon the sound- 
ness or unsoundness of Dr. Burney's teachings, as set forth especially in the 
book of which he is the author, entitled " Soteriology ; " while others of 
your memorialists pray that no deliverance shall be made upon the subject. 



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Your committee have thoughtfully and prayerfully considered these 
papers, and we are unanimously of the opinion that it is neither necessary 
nor desirable to take any action whatever in reference to the matter, and 
we so recommend. J. M. Hubbert, Chairman. 

REPORT OF COMMIITEE ON JUDICIARY (No. 1). 
The Committee on Judiciary submitted the following Report 
No. I, which was adopted: 

The Judiciary Committee, to which was referred the case of Mrs. Louisa 
A. Ward, report the following: 

Mrs. Ward was charged with heresy before the Session of the Cumberland 
Presbyterian Church in Kansas City, Mo., and was found guilty, and waa 
excommunicated. She appealed to the Presbyterj% it being the Lexington 
Presbytery of said Church, which body affirmed the judgment of the 
Session. 

From the Presbytery she appealed to the Missouri Synod, and there the 
judgment of the Presbytery was affirmed. 

She now appeals to this General Assembly from the action of the Synod. 

It appears that the specification of heresy in the charge consists in the 
fact that the appellant stated to divers persons and taught that one George 
J. Schweinfurth, a man living in Rockford, 111., is the Lord Jesus Christ. 

The record shows that the appellant admitted the truth of the charge in 
the presence of the Session, and persists in asserting the statement. 

The committee have carefully examined the record, and find that the law 
of the Church has been substantially complied with by all of the Church 
courts which have had the case before them, and therefore recommend that 
the judgment of the Missouri Synod be in all things affirmed. 

N. Green, Chairman. 

BOARD OF PUBLICATION ADDENDA. 
The Board of Publication submitted an Addenda Report, 
which was referred to the Committee on Publication. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY (Nos. 2, 3, 4. 5, 6). 
Report No. 2 of the Committee on Judiciary was read and 
adopted as follows : 

» _ 

The Judiciary Committee have before them, and have considered certain 

interrogatives propounded by the Rev. J. M. Ragan, of Chillicothe Presby- 
tery, to that body, and by tlie Presbytery referred to this General Assem- 
bly ; and a deliverance thereon is asked. It does not appear from any 
paper before tliis committee or otherwise that any case involving the ques- 
tions proposed has arisen, but tliat the questions are asked with reference 
to a future possible state of things. 

The committee do not think it would be the duty of this body t(j 
express itself in advance upon matters on which it may be required to sit 
as a court liereafter, or to give its opinion upon questions which may never 
arise. "Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof." We tlierefore ret;om- 
mend that the General As8em))ly respectfully decline to respond to the sai<l 
interrogatives. N. Green, Chairman. 



1890.] Minutes of General Assembly. 17 

Report No. 3 of the Committee on Judiciary wa.s submitted 
and adopted as follows : 

AS TO niSAKl^ED MINISTERS. 

In respect to the memorial of the Chillicothe Presbytery the Judiciary 
Committ(,'e report as follows : 

The memorial discloses the fact that there are within the Vjounds of that 
Presbytery certain aged ministers belonging to the Cumberland Presbyte- 
rian Church, who might not, in case an application should be made, be 
entitled to aid from 'our Board of Ministerial Relief, in view of certain con- 
structions which might be put upon the language of the Articles of Incor- 
poration of said Board. 

To remove all doubt, and to relieve the ministers and members of the 
Church within said Presbytery from embarrassment, the memorialists ask 
this General Assembly to construe the following language in the said 
Articles of Incorporation : 

". . . . they having fully consecrated themselves since entering said min- 
istry to the active duties of said Church." 

The language quoted forbids aid from the Board to any disabled or 
indigent minister, though he be a minister in the Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church, unless in the past he has been fully consecrated to the active duties 
of the ministry. What is meant by " fully consecrated to the active 
duties? " This committee, in response, offer the following suggestions and 
recommendations : 

1. The words quoted do not necessarily mean that the whole time of the 
applicant must have been spent in the work of a pastor or preacher. 

2. There may have been periods of inactivity or failure to work, owing to 
ill health, want of employment, family affliction, or some other overpower- 
ing necessity, and still the applicant might be entitled to aid. 

3. The Articles would not exclude from the benefits of this charity one 
who had taught school, cultivated the ground, or made tents as a necessity, 
and the better to enable him to preach the gospel. 

4. The proper construction of the language in question is intended to 
exclude those who have made any secular employment whatever the 
primary business of life, and the preaching of the gospel merely incidental. 

5. To be entitled to aid, the main purpose of the applicant must have been 
to do the legitimate and appropriate work of a minister of the gospel, and 
this must be determined by his past conduct. 

6. It would not be wise, if it were possible, to lay down more minute 
rules for the action of the Board. Each case must, to a great extent, rest 
upon its own circumstances, and the Board should be allowed to exercise a 
sound discretion within the limits of the Articles of Incorporation and the 
positive instructions of this body. 

Respectfully submitted. N. Grekn, CJiairman. 

Report No. 4 of the Committee on Judiciary was submitted 
and adopted as follows : 

ELDERS ELIGIBLE TO THE MODERATORSHIP. 

The Judiciary Committee have examined the resolution of Rev. J. R. 
Goodpasture, wherein it is proposed to so change the general regulation of 
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the Church as to confine the office of Moderator to ordained ministers, and 
the committee recommend the rejection of said resolution. 

N. Green, Chairman. 

Report No. 5 of the Committee on Judiciarj- was submitted, 
and adopted as follows : 

SELECTION OF COMMITTEES. 

The Judiciary Committee have considered the resohitions offered hy Rev. 
B. D. Cockrill, wherein it is proposed that the manner of appointing the 
Standing Committees at the opening of each session of the General Assem- 
bly he taken out of the hands of the Moderator, and be intrusted to a 
committee of five members to be appointed by the Moderator, etc. 

This committee respectfully suggest that they are not able to see any 
sufficient reasons for altering the present law of the Church in this regard, 
and therefore recommend the rejection of the said resolutions. 

N. Green, Chairman: 

Report No. 6 of the Judiciary Committee was submitted, 
adopted, and is as follows : 

REV. D. T. WAYNICk's APPEAL. 

The Committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred the appeal of Rev. 
D. T. Waynick against the action of the Synod of Tennessee, have consid- 
ered the same, and respectfully report : 

We find the following to be the facts giving rise to this controversy : 

At the spring meeting, March, 1889, of Memphis Presbytery, a communi- 
cation was presented from a member of the First Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church, Memphis, addressed to the Presbytery, the reading of which was 
commenced, without objection ; and when the first page thereof had been 
read, an objection was made to the ]>aper, upon the ground that it was not 
in order, and thereupon the Moderator declared the paper out of order, the 
reading ceased, and no further notice of the paper was taken. 

Against this action of the Moderator Brother Waynick entered a protest. 

At the next meeting of the Presbytery, September. 1889, an answer to 
said protest was entered upon the Minutes of said Presbytery. 

At the meeting of tlie Synod of Tennessi'e, October, 1889, the action of 
the Moderator and of the Presbytery, in making answer to the protest, 
was sustained by the Synod, and from this ac^tion Brotlier Waynick pre- 
sented an- appeal to the General Assembly. 

The first question presented for consideration is : Was the action of the 
Moderator (lorrect, in ruling that said communication was out of order ? 

The reasons for this ruling, as stated in the answer to the protest, are : 

1. Said paper was not a communication addressed to the Memphis Pres- 
bytery, but in an envelope addressed ])ersonally to a member of the same. 

Although inclosed in an envelo])e addressed to a UKMnber, the paper, a« 
already stated, was addressed to the Presbytery in i)r(>i)er form. 

2. It i)urported to be a memorial from a meml)i'rof tiie First Cumberland 
Presbyterian (Church, Memi)his, l)ut was sent without the knowledge of its 
Church-session, or any notice having been given theii\ of such int'entled action. 

We are not aware of any rule requiring sucli notice, and are of opinion 
that none was necessary. 



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3. Said paper was not regularly l)rought before the Presbytery, as stated 
in the protest, but was placed upon the Clerk's table during his absence, 
and without his knowledge as to how it came there. 

We do not think this point well taken. The Clerk made no objection, 
but recognized the paper as properly in his possession, and the reading of 
the same was commenced by a member at his request. 

4. No appeal was taken at the time from the ruling of the Moderator. 
We are of opinion that the question could be properly presented to the 

Synod by protest ; and that while an appeal might have been taken, it was 
not necessary to do so in order to give the Synod jurisdiction, as this could 
be done by entering a protest, as was done in this case. 

The paper in question, so far as the same was read, showed it to be a 
communication, addressed to the Presbytery, representing that " the under- 
signed" was a member of the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 
Memphis ; that he came before the Presbytery seeking justice ; that he had 
been served with a copy of a preamble and resolution adopted by the 
Church-session of said Church, in which he was accused of grave delin- 
quencies as a member and officer of said Church. 

When so much of said paper had been read, some member objected to it 
as out of order, and the Moderator so ruled. The remaining portion of the 
paper was. not read, so that the Presbytery might see what action had been 
taken by the Church-session, if any, nor what the author desired the Pres- 
bytery to do. 

The paper is respectful throughout, and if the reading had proceeded, it 
would have appeared that it asked the Presbytery, in courteous terms, to 
order the Church-sessioji to take some action upon the charges, the truth 
of which he denied, seven months having elap.sed, and nothing having 
been done by the Church-session to bring the matter to an issue. 

We are of opinion that the communication presented proper matter for 
the consideration of the Presbytery, that it was neither irrelevant nor 
otherwise out of order, and that therefore, the ruling of the Moderator 
complained of was erroneous. 

It is proper to say that it appears, from the action of the Synod, that all 
the facts in the case were not before that body, and in reporting, as we do, 
that the Synod was in error in sustaining said ruling, this explanation is 
made in justice to that Court. 

The next question presente<l for consideration is : Was it proper for the 
Presbytery, at a sul)sequent meeting and in the absence of the protestant, 
to enter upon its Minutes an answer to the protest? 

The Gi'neral Assembly has decided (See Minutes 188ti, p. 43) that a mem- 
ber of a Church-session could not, at a subsequent meeting, protest against 
the action of the Church-session had at a meeting at which he was not 
present. We should hold otherwise but for that decision. Yielding to its 
authority, and being of opinion that the right to put an answer on the 
record to a jirotest stands upon the same ground as the right to protest, 
that the ri'ason for the decision just stated applies with mu(;h greater force 
to the higher Courts than to the Church-session, we report that it was an 
error in the Synod to sustain the Presl)ytery on this point. 

Upon the whole case, we are of opinion that the appeal should be sus- 
taini'd, and the action of the Syno<l reversed. N. (treen. Chairman. 



20 Minutes of General Assembly. [1890. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CORRESPONDENCE (No. 2). 
The Committee on Correspondence submitted the following 
Report No. 2, which was adopted : 

Your Committee on Correspondence offer the following Report No. 2: 

We have had before us, and have examined with care, the report of the 

Executive Committee of tlie Western Section of the "Alliance of the 

Reformed Churches holding the Presbyterian System," and which was 

referred to us, and offer for your adoption the following recommendations : 

(1) The report of the Executive Committee is herewith returned, and we 
recommend that it be spread upon the Minutes of the General Assembly. 

(2) That an order be drawn upon the Treasurer of the General Assembly 
for three hundred dollars ($300.00), your proportion of the Expense Fund 
for the year ending April 30, 1891. G. T. Stainbacic, Chairman. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 
The Committee on Ministerial Relief presented its report, 
which was adopted in part, and was called to the docket. 

MEMORIALS AND OTHER PAPERS. 
Certain memorials and other papers were read and referred to 
appropriate committees. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS. 
The report of the Committee on Missions was taken up, pend- 
ing the consideration of which the General Assembly took 
recess till 2 o'clock. 



Tuesday, May 20, 2 o'clock p.m. 
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION. 
The Committee on Publication presented the following report, 
which was adopted, except item No. 2 of the recommendations, 
which, with some items of a kindred nature from the reports of 
the Committees on Missions and Ministerial Relief, was referred 
to the special committee appointed to designate periods for mak- 
ing contributions to the benevolences of the Church : 

KEPOHT OF COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION. 

Your Committee on Publication would present tlie following report: 
We have endeavored to give due attention to all tlie features of this 
important work. No question of mori' intense interest can come before 
this Assembly than the prosperity and success of our pulilications. We 
note with pleasure the progress made during the y(>ar just expin-d, espe- 
cially the report of $10,000 net increase in the profits of the H()US(>, and the 
increase in the circulation of the Cumberland Presbyterian an<l the Sunday- 
school publications. 
We desire to commend the Board and all the editors of the House on their 



1890.] Minutes of General Assembly. 21 

work, and the (reneral Manager for his wise planning and energetic efforts, 
which we believe have contributed largely to the results which are so satis- 
factory to the whole Church. 

PUBLISHING HOUSE. 

During the year the question of the location of the Publishing House 
ha« been settled, Nashville chosen as the place, and a lot purchased at the 
cost of $15,600, in an eligible location on Cherry Street. Ten thousand 
dollars of the purchase money will be paid by citizens of Nashville ; and 
the Board assures us that one third of the lot (which will not be needed) 
has on it a good house, bringing a sufficient rental to pay taxes, insurance, 
and interest, which may be sold at any time for five or six thousand dollars. 
The purchase of the lot, therefore, creates no debt at all. The Board now 
ask to be allowed to issue mortgage bonds to an amount not to exceed 
$50,000, to erect a Publishing House on this lot. 

Your (committee recommend that you grant this request, and that the 
stipulations of the bonds and the provisions of the mortgage or mortgagee 
be left to the discretion of the Board. 

Your committee would recognize with profound thankfulness the liber- 
ality of the Cumberland Presljyterians and citizens of Nashville, Tenn., in 
their magnificent gift to this enterprise, and would suggest that the Board 
open itself to free-will offerings from congregations and individuals who 
may wish an interest in this work. This is to be construed simply as a 
willingness on the part of the Board to receive these ofterings, and not as 
permission U^ call on the Churches for contributions to this purpose. 

BOOKS. 

Your committee lake pleasure in calling attention to the work of the 
Board in the books issued during the year. They are of such a character, 
both in conU'Uts and mechanical make-up, as to challenge the admiration 
of the whole Church. 

The policy pursued by the Board in securing itself against loss in pub- 
lishing these books is highly commendable, and we believe they should 
continue the same policy in the future. Especially would we recommend 
that by agencies, or otherwise, an earnest eftbrt be made to place these 
books in the homes of our people. 

THE Ol'.MBEKLAND PRESBYTERIAN. 

It would be useless for your committee to commend the Cumberland 
Presbyterian. As a religious weekly, we believe it to be the peer of any 
denominational paper published in the United Stiites. 

There are some complaints, however, of the editorial management of the 
papir, and there may be In some instances real grievances. Your com- 
mitte-e would urge upon the Board to see to it that the editors pursue a 
conciliatory policy at all times, paying due and courteous attention to all 
their correspondents and contributors. 

We also recommend that the Board make the editorial department of 
the paper wholly in\personal. 

THE REVIEW. 

It is with regret we notice that the circulation of the Cumberland Presbyte- 
rian Review, so excellent and first-class in every particular, has met with 



22 Minutes of General Assembly. [1890. 

such a meager circulation. "We recommend an earnest canvass by Presby- 
terial Agents appointed by the Board of Publication to increase the circula- 
tion to a paying basis. 

It is the opinion of your committee that an increase of agencies for the 
circulation and wider dissemination of all our publications is a necessity. 
Presbyteries should see to it that every congregation in their bounds has an 
agent — the pastor, if he will act, and if not, some active member of the con- 
gregation, who shall report to each meeting of Presbytery the work done 
and the success attained. Many subscriptions might be secured and many 
books sold by such a systematic canvass of the congregations as these agents 
could make. Preachers should mention from their pulpits from time to 
time the Cumberland Presbyterian, the Review, and the books published, and 
encourage the people to buy our own literature. Thus the Church will gain 
power, the pastor's work will be lightened, and the publishing interest 
helped. 

S.\BBATH-SCHOOLS. 

■ The Sabbath-school work of our Church shows marked signs of growth 
and development, and the people generally are not only becoming interested 
in the work of instructing and training the young for Christ and his Church, 
but they are manifesting a commendable zeal and readiness to purchase and 
use our own Church literature. 

We notice with pleasure the reduction in the price of our literature, and 
the large increase in circulation, and urge that these facts be more vividly 
brought before our people. 

We notice with approval the past policy of our Board to supply free, for 
the purpose of introduction, our Sabbath-school literature to new schools. 

We would recommend the following : 

1. Believing that the combined labors of the General Superintendent of 
Sabbath-Schools and the editorial work of Sabbath -school literature imposes 
too much labor upon one man, owing to the growing interest of the work, 
we recommend that the Board consider the advisability of employing a field 
Secretary, who shall spend at least one half of his time in the field, and the 
rest in assisting on the editorial work. 

2. Special attention is called to Children's Day — the first Sunday in June. 
This has become one of the recognized powers of the Church as an educa- 
tional agency, and we would reiterate that you urge upon all Churches to 
observe this day by the use of suitable programmes, and that liberal contri- 
butions be taken in all Churches by young and old for the extension of 
Sabbath-school and Church work. We also recommend that a portion of 
the funds so raised be used in the employment of such State agents as shall 
be needed. Your committee are of the opinion that the Board should strive 
to make ready the programmes for earlier distribution than hen'tofore. 

3. That you urge upon your pastors and sessions that they taki' a more 
thorough oversight of their Sabbath-schools, especially to see that the work 
of the primary department be well manned and equipped. 

4. It is the opinion of your committee that you gi-antto your General Su- 
perintendent space in the printed Minutes of the General Assembly for a 
full tabulated statement of all Sabbath-school work by Presbyteries, with 
such summaries as may be neccessary to place the work fully before our 
people. 



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All of which is respectfully submitted, earnestly praying that the great 
Head of tiie Church would guide us by his counsel and give us abundant 
success. R- ^I- TiNNON, Chairman. 

SUSPENDING THE RULE. 

Suspending the general rule as to the hours of meeting, the 
General Assembly took recess till 8 o'clock p.m. 



Tuesday, May 20, 8 o'clock p.m. 
ADDRESS ON MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. 
Rev. W. S. Danley delivered an address on Education. 

FRATERNAL GREETINGS. 
The following telegram was read by the Stated Clerk : 

SARATOG.^, N. Y., May 20, 1890. 
To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Union City, Tenn. : 

The General Assembly in session at Saratoga Springs sends fraternal 
greetings. VCm. E. Moore, Moderator. 

AVm. H. Roberts, Stated Clerk. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till 8 o'clock to-morrow 
morning, and closed with prayer. 



SIXTH DAY. 



Wednesday, May 21, 8 o'clock a.m. 
The General Assembly met, and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 
The Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

COMMUNICATION FROM REV. J. L. GOODKNKiHT." 
A communication from Rev. J. L. Goodknight, Corresponding 
Delegate to the Evangelical Union of Scotland, was referred, 
without reading, to the Committee on Correspondence. 
"AN OLD DOCUMENT." 
The Stated Clerk read to the General Assembly the following 
paper, whereupon it was ordered that the paper be spread upon 
the Minutes. It is as follows : 



24 Minutes of General Assembly. [1890. 

Tuesilay, May 2;>rd, 180it. — TIk' C(junfil met ac'cov(lin,ir to adjuurnment, 
at Red River meeting-liouise and proceeded to business. The Rev. William 
MoGee preached a sermon from Genesis 45. 24. Conncil opened by i)rayer. 
Members present : Rev. Messrs. Hodge, McGee, Ewing, King, S. Hodge and 
Nelson, ^Ministers; Messrs. James Clark, John Whiteside, Young Ewing, 
• John 8I0SS, Alexander Aston & Chatham, Ewing, Elders. Messrs. Hugh 
Bone, from Smith's Fork and Hickman's Creek, John Wheeler from .Sandy 
& Piney Fork Livingston County- Josiah AVilson from Harpeth's Lick & 
West Harpeth, Robert Smith from Suggs Creek & C. Samuel Dowell from 
Canaan. James Reece from Ebenezer c<c Littles Creek & James Hutcheson 
from ^NIcAdoo &c, Representatives. The Council proceeded to the appoint- 
ment of Chairman & Clerk, whereupon the Revd. Wm. Hodge was ap- 
pointed Chairman ti Young Ewing Clerk. On motion the minutes of the 
last Council were read. Ordered that we adjourn with prayer until Eight 
of the. Clock Wednesday morning May the 24th 1809. 

Council met according to adjournment, opened with prayer. Same mem- 
bers of yesterday. 

On motion of a member in his place. Shall we or Shall we not constitute 
into a Presbytery ? & after free discussion, deferred until to-morrow morn- 
ing, Seven of the clock to which time the Council Omotion (on motion) ad- 
journed with prayer- 
Thursday, May 25th, 1809 — Council met according to adjournment, the 
same members of yesterday. Opened with prayer, The Qustion of constitut- 
ing into a Presbytery resumed, the yeas and nays being called for, they stood 
thus, ays ten ; nays, five. 

Resolved, therefore, that we do constitute into a Presbytery called & known 

by the name of On motion as the minds of some of the preachers were 

not altogether clear on the subject or proj^riety of constituting immediately 
the members have agreed to a fi'iendly meeting on the last Tuesday in August 
next at the Ridge Meeting House to receive said mformution from all the 
Congregations ct Societies in the bounds or under the care of this Council 
or so far as they can be obtained b}' the ordained & licensed preachers, ex- 
horters & elders who are hereby earnestly requested to procure such infor- 
mation & communicate accordingly at the aforementioned time & place 
which information will come forward if possible by the signature of eac^i 
hi 'ad of a family & male members who are acting for themselves in the fol- 
lowing manner to-wit. Constitute or Not Constitute, and be it further 
Resolved that all the preachei's are requested to attend, & it Ls further 
Resolved that the Thursday before said last Tuesday in August be kept 
•an a day of solemn prayer & fasting to Almighty God for his Special pres- 
ence ct Spirit to attend that meeting tt to direct the (Jonsult-ation iS: tlelibera- 
tions of his people for his own name's glory & the prosperity of Zion. 

Council adjourned to meet at the Ridge meeting house on the last Wed- 
nesday in August next. Wm. Hodge, Ch'n. 
Attest: Yoi'NG Ewing, Clerk. 

PERIODS FOR C(JNTRIBlJTION. 

The special committee appointed to designate periods for mak- 
ing contributions to the benevolences of the Church submitted 
the following report, which was amended and adopted: 



1890.] Minutes of General Assembly. 25 

Your rommittee to whom was assigned the work of re-appcMioning the 
time lor the .-everal Roarus to jiresent tht-ir claims to the Church, would 
submit the followinir: 

Home Missions — January, February, March. 
Education — April, May, June. 
Foreign Missions — July, August. 
CiiuKCH EuECTiox — September, October. 
MiNisTEiUAL Rklief — November, December. 

We further recommend that, as the Children's Day collection comes in the 
quarter for Education, that the proceeds be divided equally between the 
Boards of Education and Publication.* 

RLSpcctfully submitted. W. T. Ferguson, Chairman, 

B. D. COCKRILL, 

R. M. TiNNox, 
F. R. Earle. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS. 

The report of the Committee on Missions was amended and 
adopted as follows: 

Your Committee on Missions would offer the following report : 

The last commission given by our Savior to his Church was, " Go ye into 
all the world and preach my gospel to every creature." To ciirry out this 
command is the supreme business of the Church. Nearly nineteen centu- 
ries have passed away since this command was given, fmd yet two thirds of 
the human race, or, in round numbers, one thousand millions of human 
beings for whom Christ died have never yet heard that there is a God to 
whom they are accountable, or that they have iramortsd souls to save. 
The very i)urpose for wliich the Church exists is to bring the gospel of 
Christ into contact with these millions. 

Missionary enterprise is not an as])ect or pliasc of Christianity. It is 
Christianity itself. *' Ye are my witnesses." '' Ye are tlie light of the 
world, the salt of the earth." As the agent of ChrLst in the extension 
of his sublime purpose — the supplying of the spiritual needs of tlie world — 
the Church is of necessity a missionary organization, formed, and permitted 
to exist for this very purpose, and authorized and commanded to Ciirry the 
gospel to every creature. The Church ut to-day must not, as did the eleven, 
make the blunder of simply knowing Jesus after the flesh, and of cling- 
ing to him as their special possession, and speaking of the days when he 
was with tliem. But it must grasp the idea of Paul, that the resurrection 
and iLsc-t'iision of Jesus gave him lordship over the entire world. The res- 
urrection of Christ is no glorious end sealing a work done ; it is itself but 
the beginning and not the end. The full work had not really begun until 
Jesus rose from the dead. The resurrection of Christ plants the Church 
in the very midst of the vital energies of the world. It leaves behind all 
distinction of blood ; it deals with man as a thing of earth, as a particular 
seed, as he is through birth in the flesh ; he is dead to all thes(.% for there is 
neither Jew nor Gentile, bond or free. The world is the field of the 

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Church. "All tht- world" and "every creature" constitute the limit of 
Christ's commission. Into all the world the Church is to go, hearing this 
message of salvation to every creature, that all may be subdued to the Lord 
of the resurrection. And each particular Church is thus a missionary body, 
and each individual Christian a uiissionarj\ As such he is a messenger of 
glad tidings to every member of Adam's race, however far away. This is a 
cardinal obligation brought into the very constitution of the Christian 
Church at large, and of each particular organization of the Church ; and any 
deviation from it, even in thought, is infidelity to the great commission of 
our Lord. 

From the most excellent report made by your Board of Missions, and 
which we have examined with some care, we are able to state that the work 
committed to the hands of that Board has made commendable progress in the 
past year. The work in Japan and Mexico is making steady, and we be- 
lieve, permanent progress. By referring to the annual report of the Board, 
you will see the needs and wants of your missions there. The several city 
missions under the care of the Board have also made substantial progress 
during the year. There are many wide and inviting fields open to us as a 
Church, but the Board is powerless to occupy them because of the failure of 
the Church to furnish the money demanded. The importance of occupy- 
ing the cities, the great centers of influence in our country, can not be 
overestimated. It is estimated that one fourth of the population of our 
coxintry live in the cities. They are not only the centers of influence, but 
the seat of Satan's power. As a Church we will be recreant to our trust if 
we do not bear a part in the work of evangelizing the cities of our land. 

We are pleased to state that while the contriljutions to the Board have 
not reached the amount called for by the last General Assembly, there has 
been a gain of $4,500 over tlie contributions of last year. All this has been 
used in the work of the Board, leaving a debt of over $6,000 still unprovided 
for. This should not be. With the amount of the Lord's money in the 
hands of the Church, this debt should be speedily provided for. 

It is with great pleasure that we note the progress made by our Woman's 
Board in the past year. It has just closed the first decade of its existence 
by sending to Japan two new missionaries, an<l collecting more than $10,000 
for the work of missions. At its late meeting at ^Martinsville, Ind., it re- 
solved to devote its surplus funds, after supi)orting its missionaries, to the 
Home Field. We think this a wise plan, and predict that it will result in 
increased contributions to that Board. 

We again call your attention to the work of the Board among the Indians. 
For more than half a century our Church has been trying to sow the seeds 
of the gospel in the hearts of the Indian tribes on our western borders. Much 
good has been done, and many souls have been saved. But much yet re- 
mains to be done. There are, to-day, near 200,000 of these Red Men of the 
Wilderness, who scarcely know that there is a God, or that they have souls 
to save. Liberal means should l)e devised at once by which this work can 
be more extensively carried on. 

AVe would ask the attention of the whole Church to the colored popula- 
tion of our country. They are here, a part of our body politic, seven mill- 
ions in number, and will remain. Statesmen are agitated and puzzled as 
to how to settle this race problem. The Church has within its reach that 



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which will settle these difficult questions more quickly than any other. 
Give them the gospel of Jesus with its accompanying blessings, and the work 
will be accomplished. Nothing is so well calculated to settle these difficult 
questions as the religion of Jesus Christ. Our brethren of the colored Cum- 
berland Presbyterian Church should have the sympathy and prayers, and 
as far as possible, the material aid of our people in their struggling effort to 
give the gospel as taught V)y Cuml)erland Presbyterians, to the people of 
their own rac-e. 

AVith this general statement as to tlie work of the whole field, we make 
the following recommendations: 

1. That all our Churches and people observe the first Sabljath in Febru- 
ary, 18U1, as a day for prayer for Missions and for our missionaries in Ijoth 
the Home and Foreign Field. And that our ministers, as far as may be con- 
venient, preach a sermon on the subject of Missions. 

2. That, as heretofore, all our Churches be requested and urged, to make 
at least two offi'rings during the year for Missions, one for the Home, and 
one for the Foreign work, and send them to the Board at St. Louis. 

8. That the SaV>ljath-schools of the Church be again requested to take one 
collection each month iluring the ensuing year, for the cause of Missions, 
and send it to the Board at St. Louis. 

4. That the missionary literature of the Church, the Record and the Ban- 
ner, be commended to our people as educators along the line of Christian 
Missions. 

o. That Rev. S. K. Holtsinger, of West Chester, (Jhio, be appointed to 
preach a sermon on Missions before the next General Assembly, and that 
Rev. R. M. Tinnon, of Fort Worth, Texas, be his alternate. 

(i. That you imlorse the action of our nussionaries in Japan in forming a 
union with the other Presbyterian bodies of that empire, and hund)iy pray 
that the largest results may be realized therefrom. 

7. That in view of the wide-open door in Japan for the spread of the gos- 
pel, made so by the providence of God and the government of Japan, that 
you instruct your Board to call upon the Church for larger contril)utions for 
the Foreign work, and that it send the reinforcement asked for by our 
mission in Japan as soon as the men and the money can be obtained. And 
we further recommend that, in view of the fact that the mission has set 
forth the necessity for the establishment of first-class Christian educational 
facilities for boys, to the more effectually carrying forward their work, the 
Board appropriate funds for tliat purpose as soon as its financial condition 
will allow. 

8. That you recommend the Board to call for fifty thousand dollars for 
can-ying forward the work the ensuing year, and that it apportion the 
same to the Presbyteries as was done last year. 

9. That you recommend increased activity in the Home work. Doors are 
open to us to-day wliicli will not longei- indulge our tardiness. There is 
si-arcely a city or town in the field of our oj)eration which we could not oc- 
cupy if the Church would furnish the men and tlie money. We call the at- 
tention of tlie Board and the Church to Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, 
Florida, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, and tlie cities of San Francisco and Fresno, 
California; also to Johnson City, Tenn., and Cairo, 111., as fields which are 
especially open to us as a Church. TIk- new State of Washington is a most 



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promising field now open to the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. It is 
fast filling up with people from every part of the globe, and among the 
thousands who are daily seeking homes there are many of our people from 
the older Stiites, who, if encouraged, are ready to form nuclei of new 
Churches. If they are not so encouraged they are liable to drift to other 
Churches and be lost to us. Prominent towns, cities, and countiy commu- 
nities are open to our entry, could Wr have men suitably jirepared, who are 
willing to enter this great field with a guarantee of nothing but hard work, 
and are willing to trust God and convince the people among whom they 
labor that they are workmen worthy of their hire. The Presbytery of 
Walla Walla, the only one in the State, is comparatively weak and unable 
to guarantee any thing, but the way is open for the planting, under the Com- 
mittee, of several promising enterprises. The local Presbyterial Committee 
on Missions have very lately arranged for a pastor at Dayton, the county seat 
of Columbia county. A venerable elder will guarantee a living to the right 
man, for one year, who will undertake the building of a cliurch in the 
flourishing city of Colfax. A church is already under contract for erection 
in the city of Seattle, under the management of the Rev. J. R. Kirkpatrick, 
of Oregon, and another is contemplated by the Rev. W. W. Beck, in another 
part of that great city. Besides such towns, there are large communities of 
prosperous ranches where no services are held, and where there are nuclei 
of Churches in which good, consecrated men could build up self-supporting 
Churches in a few years. Notably among them is Eureka Flats, one of the 
richest sections of the county of Walla Walla, in which we have an organi- 
zation, and where they need a man. "We call the special attention of the 
Board of Missions to this great field, and recommend that it put itself in 
communication with the Presbytery, looking to the estiiblishment of at least 
one mission in tliat field. 

10. That, having heard with pleasure the greetings from the Womiui's 
Board, as preseuterl by Mrs. Romans, you reciprocate the same by appoint- 
ing the Rev. W. B. Farr, D.D., of Dallas, Texas, to bear the greetings of this 
General Assembly to tlie next meeting of that Boiird, at Dallas, Texjis, in 
May, 1891. 

Having duly considered the resolution ofiered by the Rev. J. M. Hubbert, 
that a Board of Church Erection be establislied, we recommend that said 
Board be establislied, and that it be located at Kansas City, Kan.s<is, and 
that the following regulations be adopted : 

1. That the Boar<l consist of the following members: The Rev. B. P. 
FuUerton, the Rev. J. W. Morrow, and L. A. Goodman, of Kansas City, 
Missouri, and J. C. Col)l), of Odessa, Missouri, and (r. 8. Upttm, of Union, 
Nebraska. 

2. That three members constitute a (luoruiu for the transaction of business. 
8. Tliat the Board meet at its earliest C(jnvenience, organize, and procure 

a charter. 

4. That the Board shall make annual ri'port to the General Assembly of 
it« work and condition. 

5. All vacancies occurring in the Board sliall be filled by appointment ))y 
the Board, and confirnmtion by the General Assembly. 

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all our luinisters in charge of congregations be required to explain and urge 
the claims of this Board and its cause, and take public or private collections 
for the purpose provided herein, and ff)rward the same to th<' Trejisurer 
of the Board. 

7. That the functions of this Board, for the present, be to collect funds 
for Church Erection, but that the actual work of planting (Jhurches be left 
with the Board of Missions. 

And now in conclusion. Never, in the liistory of God's pr(jvidence, wa« 
there a grander opportunity than is now afforded the Church of Jesus Clirist 
to carry the gospel to the whole world. The whole world is now practically 
open to the misssionary of the Cross. It is also Satan's opportunity. His 
eniissaries are actively at work in disseminating infidelity and debauching 
the people with strong drink, as the nations open to the commerce of the 
world. Let the Church of Christ, purchased with his own blood, awake 
from its sleep of death and hasten to carry out the command of our Savior 
to evangelize the whole world. 

Respectfully submitted. W. T. Fek(U'son, Chairman. 

LETTERS OF DLSMISSAL. 
The following resolution, offered b}" Ruling Elder D. L. Bour- 
land, was adopted : 

Resolved, That as a means to avoid the frequent loss of membership to our 
Church by removal, we recommend that our ministers, upon the removal of 
any m..'mber from within their charge, shall immediately notify the pa^^tor 
of the Church at the point to which the member or menil)ers may remove, 
giving such information concerning the removing member as may be of in- 
terest. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 

The report of the Committee on Ministerial Relief was called 
from the docket, and adopted as follows : 

Mr. MoPKUAToK AND Bretiikex: Your committee have had under care- 
ful consi<]erati(in the subject of Ministerial Relief in connection with tlw 
Ninth Annual Report of that Board. You have reasons to rejoice that the 
Church has so heartily taken up this blessed beneficence, and that its efl'ort 
in this direction has so steadily yet quietly and harmoniously increa.sed 
year by year. The members of the Board are to be commended for their 
fidelity and good judgment in the execution of your plans and recommen- 
dations for this work. But above all, the approval and blessings of our 
heavenly Father, so manifestly resting upon this cause, call for your hum- 
blest and most grateful acknowledgements. 

We make the following recommendations: 

1. That the time assigned to this Board, November and December, be un- 
interruptetUy preserved to this work in which the Board may make its 
appeals, and the Sunday-schools and congregations their contributions for 
Ministerial Relief. 

2. That the third Sunday in November be set apart and known as Minis- 
terial Relief Pay, not only for the children, but also for all your congrega- 
tions ; and that your pastors and Church Sessions shall see that it is suit- 
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3. That your Presbyteries take heed to your previous deliverances 
requesting them to appoint Permanent Committees on Ministerial Relief in 
each Presbytery, whether there be beneficiaries of the Board in their 
bounds or not, and that they vigorously urge the importance of each and 
every congregation under their care making its annual contribution to this 
cause, and that the amounts pre\'iously given be increased in every possible 
instance. 

4* That the precautions, both on the part of the Board and also on the 
part of the Presbyteries through their permanent committees, be strictly 
observed, to the end that help be extended only to such persons as come 
strictly within your regulations. That to this end you instruct your Board, 
so to revise and explain the application blanks used as to elicit all needed 
information. 

5. That your Board strictly observe the rule requiring annual reports 
from the Presbj'teries concerning each beneficiary, and in the case of death 
or change of circumstances of any beneficiary, immediate information of 
the same be sent to the Board by the Presbytery through its permanent 
committee. 

6. That attention again be called to the importance of all parties making 
reports to the Board of help extended directly to needy ministers or their 
families, whether money or boxes of valuables; but that all such help, 
whenever at all possible, be extended through the Board. 

7. That the question of establishing a Home for disabled ministers, re- 
ferred to this committee, be referred to the Board for its consideration. 

8. That, though the contributions to this Board have gradually increased, 
you still urge this blessed work, until its efficiency shall become commen- 
surate with the Church's need. Respectfully submitted. 

B. D. CocKRiLL, Chairman. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION. 
The Committee on Education presented its report, which was 
amended and adopted as follows : 

The Committee on Education present the following report: 
Educational institutions of various grades are multiplying in the Church, 
an<l many of them are doing good work in the cause. Some have small en- 
dowments, others are wholly dependent upon patronage for support. At 
this time endowment is absolutely essential to the permanence of any school 
of high order. All our Church schools ought to liave the support of our own 
people. A school under the fostering care of a Presbytery, Synod, or of the 
General Assembly, is justly entitled to the patronage, influence, and money 
of the people according to the obligations assumed at tlie time of the estab- 
lishment of such school. The Church seems to l)e alive to the importance 
of education; and perseverance, pluck, and energy on the part of those en- 
gaged in echicational work will finally bring the support so necessary to suc- 
cess. The great heart of our people is right. The only difficulty is in right- 
ly moving it. 

The report of the Board of Education shows an increase of work and en- 
largement of usefulnesss. More money has been received and disbursed for 
tlie benefit of i)robationers in the diff'erent schools of the (church during the 
year just closed than in any previous year. The Board enters ^ipon the la- 



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bors of a new year with courage and confidence. With the hearty co-opera- 
tion of the Church it can do a grand work. 

The B(»ard ask, and we recommend that you grant your approval of the 
following changes, viz. : T. M. Hurst and Frank Slemmons to fill the vacan- 
cies occasioned hy the resignations of Rev. J. C. Provine and Judge John 
Frizzell ; and also the election of Kev. J. R. Henry to be Secretary and 
Treasurer of the Board instead of R. L. Morris, resigned. 

That portion of the Board's report which relates to the endowment of tiie 
Theological Department of Cumberland University has been turned over 
to the Committee on Theological Seminary, and is brought before you in 
their report. 

Complaint is made because such a small proportion of probationers is in 
School. The complaint would be just if none but those reported to the 
Board were being educated. The committee believe, however, that a con- 
sidera])le nund^er, of whom the Board know nothing officially, are constantly 
being educated in schools of diff'erent grades all over the land. As a gen- 
eral rule, it is better for probationers to attend the C'hurch schools, and the 
Presbyteries should be urged to require this whenever it is practicable. 

Your committee do not think it proi)er to make the marriage of a proba- 
tioner a barrier to his receiving aid from the Board. When a Presljytery 
shall have indorsed and recommended a candidate, the Board should n(jt be 
so hedged in by unnecessary regulation that the beneficence of the Church 
could not flow out to such candidate. 

As to the matters presented in the memorials from the New Hope and 
Indiana Presbyteries, we think the questions will l)e fully met by the fol- 
lowing rules, which we recommend for adoption ; 

(1) That aid shall be given to those probationers only whf) are recom- 
mended either by the Presbyteries to which they respectively belong, or 
by the Educational Committees of the Presbyteries. 

(2) That not exceeding sixty-five dollars ($65.00) shall be advanced in one 
scholastic year to any one probationer; but if after distributing money to 
each applicant in sums of sixty-five dollars or less, a surplus shall remain in 
the treasury, then the Board may in its discretion lend additional amounts 
to any of its beneficiaries. 

(3) That no aid shall be given to anj^ one ext-ept for necessary purposes. 

(4) That all money given to particular probationers should be given 
through the Board, in order that it may be properly reported. 

We insist that congregations should be required by the Presl)yteries to 
make all collections ordered by the General Assembly. Individual contri- 
butions can not excuse from congregational collections. 

The sum of ten thousand dollars ought to be raised during the ensuing 
year for the Board of ?]ducation. Our Church is able to pay it. With this 
amount raised and spent for ministerial education, a great impetus would 
be given to our C'hurch work. (.)ne great mission of the Church is to give 
a (jualified ministry to the work of converting the world. Wi" tliink, tiiere- 
fore, that tiirough the Presbyteries the preachers ougiit tf) be urged to talk, 
lecture, and jireach to their peojile, so far as may l)e necessary, to awaken 
tlieni to a realization of tlieir responsil)ility in this matter. 

The paper referred to this committee from the trustees of the colored 
school at Bowling Green, Ky., contained a statement of facts regarding the 



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school, and a petition asking tliat the Board of Trustees of the Cinnberhmd 
Presbyterian Church be instructed to sell the property of said school, and 
that the proceeds of sale be used in purchasing more suitable property in 
that town, or at some other place. The trustees ;i.sk also for the appoint- 
ment of two commissioners by this Assembly, one of whom shall be the 
President of the Board of Missions, to act in conjunction with three to be 
appointed by the Colored Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly, for 
carrying out all the items of business set forth in said paper after the prop- 
erty shall have been sold. We recommend that the prayer of petitionei*s he 
granted, and that Drs. C. H. Bell and J. M. (tIII be the commissioners on 
the part of this General Assembly. 

The report of the Committee of Visitation to Cumberland University for 
collegiate year about closing is cheerful and encouraging. The committee 
speak in strong words of praise in regard to the work done in that grand 
old institution. We recommend that a like committee be appointed for the 
next collegiate year. 

The report of the Board of Trustees of Cumberland University has been 
before us, and we are glad to note its evidences of success. Growth has not 
been rapid, but it is reliable. There is a reported decrease in the Prepara- 
tory School, but an increase in the higher schools. A large number of 
young men will be graduated on the 5th of June next, and all things indicate 
future prosperity. 

The Board insist on the continuance of present arrangements for the 
endowment of the Theological School. This point will be brought to your 
attention in report of Committee on Theological Seminary. 

We recommend that Rev. J. W. Fitzgerald be requested to preach a ser- 
mon at some hour during the next session of the General Assembly on 
Ministerial Education, and that Rev. W\ H. Black, D.D., be his alternate. 

F. R. Eakle, Chairman. 

The following resolutions by way of amendment were adopted : 

Resolved, That all the schools in the entire Church, male and female, 
that are in any way under the care of Synods or Presbyteries, be invited to 
send up annual reportK to the General Assembly, to be referred without 
rea^iing to the Conuinttee on Education for it's consideration. 

B. D. COCKRILL. 

Resolved, That a supplement be added to the Report on Education, giving 
the names of all the institutions of learning, male and female, in our 
Church. L. D. Hendkiok. 

LIST OF SCHOOLS. 

Cumberland University Lebanon, Tenn. 

Lincoln University Lincoln, 111. 

Waynesburg College Waynesburg, Pa. 

Trinity University Tehuacana, Texas. 

Missouri Valley ('ollege Marshall, Mo. 

Bethel College McKenzie, Tenn. 

McMinnville Female College McMinnville, Tenn. 

McAdow Seminary Waverly, Tenn. 

Southern Illinois College .•.Enfield, 111. 

Texas Female Seminarv Weatherford, Texjis. 



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Buffalo (tuj) College Bufl'alo Gap, Texas. 

Ozark College Greenfield, Mo. 

Pleasant Hope Seminary Pleasant Hope, Mo. 

Union Female College Oxford, Miss. 

Dick White College Fayetteville, Tenn. 

COMMITTEE TO VISIT THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL. 

The Moderator appointed on the Visiting Committee provided 
for in the foregoing, Rev. H. A. Jones, Rev. G. T. Stainback, 
Rev. W. W. Hendrix, Hon. W. E. Settle, and Hon. 1. H. Good- 
night. 

The General Assembl}' then took recess till 2 o'clock p.m. 



Wednesday, May 21, 2 o'clock p.m. 
It was determined that 3 o'clock this afternoon be fixed as the 
time when the Committee on Theological Seminaries shall make 
their report. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON FINANCE (No. 1). 
The Committee on Finance submitted Report No. i, which 
was adopted as follows : 

Your C'ommittee on Finance report: 
^ 1. That we have examined the Annual Report of the General Assembly's 
Board of Trustees, and find the business in their hands in a safe condition. 

2. That papers have come into our hands which show that pledges were 
made at the last General Assembly by delegates from the various Presbyte- 
ries of the Churcli for the colored school, located at Bowling Green, Ky., to 
the amount of two thousand and sixty-four dollars ($2,0(54). The report of 
the Treasurer, which we have before us, shows that one thousand and forty- 
one dollars and eighty-one cents ($1,041.81) of that amount has been paid, 
leaving a balance of nine hundred and twenty-two dollars and nineteen 
cents ($922.19) unpaid. The report also shows that two hundred and fifty 
dollars and thirty-five cents ($250.35) of the amount collected has been paid 
out for the use and benefit of said school, leaving a balance of eight hundred 
and ninety-one dollars and forty-six cents ($891.46) in bank to your credit 
for said school. 

8. We recommend that no more money be paid out for the colored school 
at Bowling Cireen, Ky., until the cpiestion of location is settled. 

4. We recommend that the money on hand, with the pledges yet unpaid, 
be turned over to the Board t)f Missions, to be held in trust for said school, 
whenever it may be located. 

5. The Treasurer, the Rev. J. A. McDonald, tenders his resignation, which 
we recommend that you accept. 

Respectfully submitted. M. M. Smith, Chairman. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEK ON THEOLOGICAL SC^HOOLS. 
The Committee on Theological Seminaries submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was adopted : 
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That ministers of the gospel should be thoroughly equipped for their spe- 
cial work must be admitted by all. This equipment makes their special 
training a necessity. This training is the work of the Theological Seminary. 
It is true that many have proved themselves efficient ministei-s of Christ, 
"workmen that needeth not to be ashamed," without the aid of the training 
which the seminary affords; but it is equally true that such training 
would have greatly increased their efficiency. In this age of general culture 
and unexampled progress in all lines of mental activity, the demand for a 
thoroughly equipped ministry is more imperative than ever before. This, 
too, is a period of theological agitation. Doctrinal standards, hoary with 
centuries of age, are being tried in the fire and found wanting. Revision is 
in the air; and the trend of theological thought where this agitation exists 
is toward the theology which our fathers preached eighty years ago, and 
which we preach to-day. As Cumberland Presbyterians we can not look 
with indifference on this struggle that is stirring the hearts of the greatest 
PreBb}i;erian body on earth. The cry, "They are drifting to the Cumber- 
lands!" should inspire us with renewed endeavor to place before the Church 
and the world a ministry whose ability, scholarship, and knowledge of prac- 
tical Church work, shall make us worthy of the mission which God haa 
assigned us as pioneers in this doctrinal reform. 

Your Theological Seminary at Lebanon, Tenn., is doing all that it can do 
to prepare our young men for the work of preaching the gospel. And we 
are pleased to note that the work of the Seminary is growing, and that so 
many of our young preachers are being trained by its excellent faculty. It 
is to be regretted, however, that so many are not availing themselves of the 
opportunities offered by this institution. 

Rev. J. S. Grider, D.D., the agent appointed by the Assembly to increase 
the endowment of the Seminary, has been actively engaged in this work 
during the year. Though his success has not been all that could be desired, 
we believe no more efficient man than he can be found for this work. We 
therefore recommend that he be continued in the field another year, and 
that in accordance with his own request his salary be fifteen hundred dol- 
lars with necessary traveling expenses and for stationery. 

We recommend also that the remainder of the $100,000 proposed as an en- 
dowment, and not yet secured, be apportioned to the several Pi-esbyteries of 
the Church, that the Rev. Drs. T. C. Blake, W. J. Darby, and J. S. Grider, 
be appointed a committee to make this apportionment, and that said appor- 
tionment be printed in the Minutes of the General Assembly in connection 
with this report. 

We recommend furtlier that large private gifts shall not affect tliis appor- 
tionment, but that all such gifts sliall l)e credited to the Presbyteries in which 
the donors reside. 

We further recommend that the agent for this endowment report to tlie 
next General Assembly the amounts secured in accordance with tliis ajjpor- 
tionment or otherwise, giving eacli Presbytery due credit for what it has con- 
tributed, and tliat he also continue to report l>i-mont]dy to tlie Board of Edu- 
cation. 

We furtlier re(;oiiiniend that one half of the amount apportioned to the 
respective Presbyteries be paid during 1890-91, and the other half in 1891-92 ; 



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and that all contributions niade since January 1st, 1890, be considered as a 
part of this apportionment. 

In accordance with the prayer of the memorial from Lebanon Presbytery, 
calling attention to needed improvements and repairs which will cost proba- 
bly $2,fXX), we recommend that all the congregations in the denomination 
be asked to contribute toward a fund for this purpose on the first Sabbath 
in July, or as soon thereafter as possible, and remit the same to Hon. E. E. 
Beard, Treasurer of Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn. 

We also recommend that the Secretary of the Board of Education be 
required to notify the Churches and ministers in regard to this special col- 
lection, and that he draw on the Treasurer of the University for money to 
meet the expenses incurred. 

Respectfully submitted. E. T. Bowers, Chairman. 

Thk Apportioxmext. 
The committee appointed by the last General Assembly to apportion 
among the Presbyteries an amount sufficient to increase the endowment of 
the Theological Seminary to one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) or 
near that amount, report the following : 

In this appoi'tionment the committee have taken into consideration the 
location, and the ability of the Presbyteries, and have not in many 
instances been guided by the number of members. That in some cases the 
pro rata is not just as it should be we have no doubt; but the committee 
have made the best distribution they could under the circumstances, and if it 
should turn out that it will enable the Presbyteries to increase the working 
force in our only Theological School, the Church will, no doubt, be devoutly 
thankful. The distribution is as follows : 

Alabama, $300; Albion, $250; Anderson, $400; Allegheny, $:500; Atch- 
ison, $50 ; Arkansas, $500 ; Athens, $150 ; Bacon, $200 ; Bartholomew, $100 ; 
Bell, $300; Bethel, $100; Bonham, $300; Buffalo Gap, $200; Burrow, $200; 
California, $200 ; Charlotte, $250 ; Chattanooga, $400; Cherokee, $50 ; Chilli- 
cothe, $250; Colcsburg, $50 ; Colorado, $300 ; Cumberland, $400 ; Davis, $400; 
Decatur, $350 ; Elk,$GOO; Eden, $.50; Ewing ( Ark.),.$400; Ewing(Ill.), $300 ; 
Florida, $50; Foster, $300; (Jeorgia, $300 ; Greenville, $150 ; Gregory, $250 ; 
Guadalupe, $250 ; Guthrie, $500; Hiwassee, $400 ; Hopewell, $600; Illinois, 
$200; Indiana, $500 ; Iowa, $.50; Kansas, $200; Kentucky, $400 ; King, $.300; 
Kirkpatrick, $300 ; Kirksville, $300 ; Knoxville, $400 ; Lebanon, $2,000; Lex- 
ington, $()50 ; Little River, $300; Logan, $600; Louisiana, $50 ; Mackinaw, 
$350; Madison, $-500; Marshall, $200; Mayfield, $400; McGee, $300; Mc- 
Gready, $100; McLin, $200; McMinnville, $-500; Memphis, $.500; Miami, 
$:^00; Mississippi, $1.50; Morgan, $100; Mound Prairie, $2.50; Muskingum. 
$100 ; Nebraska, $100 ; Neosho, $1.50 ; New Hope, $4-50 ; New Lebanon, $400 ; 
Nolin,$1.50; Obion, $400; Ohio, $400; Oregon, $100; Ouachita, $1.50; Oxford, 
$3.50; Ozark, $300; Parsons, $1.50 ; Pennsylvania, $400 ; Platte, $.300 ; Prince- 
ton, $400; Red Oak, $500; Red River, $300 ; Republican Valley, $100; Rich- 
land, $1,000 ; Robert Donnell, $400 ; Rocky Mountain, $100 ; Rushville, $100 ; 
Sangamon, $:^00; Sacramento, $200; Salem, $200; Salt River, $3.50; San 
Jacinto, $100 ; San Saba, $200 ; Searcy, $350 ; Sparta, $400 ; Springfield, $3-50 ; 
Springville, $3.50 ; St. Louis, $350 ; Talladega, $300 ; Tehuacana, $200 ; Ten- 
nessee, $200 ; Texas, $100 ; Trinity, $200 ; Tulare, $150 ; Union, $300 ; Van- 



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dalia, $300; Wabash, $200; Waco, $300; Walla Walla, $100 ; Washington, 
$200 ; West Iowa, $50 ; West Plains, $100 ; West Prairie, $100 ; White River, 
$350 ; White Rock, $300 ; Wichita, $200 ; AVillamette, $100 ; Yazoo, $200. 

We believe the apportionment here made is within the reach of every 
Presbytery's ability, and it now remains for all to take hold of this most 
feasible plan and prosecute it to a successful consummation. 

T. C. Blake, ) 
Nashville, Tenn., June 4, 1890. AV. J. Darby, |- Committee.. 

J. S. Grider, ) 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON OVERTURES (No. 2). 

[Rotation in service of Elder and Deacon.] 

The Committee on Overtures made the following report : 

Your Committee on Overtures, to whom was referred a number of memo- 
rials from Presbyteries, praying for such amendment of the Constitution as 
will make provision for rotation in the offices of ruling elder and deacon, 
respectfully report as follows : 

We unanimously recommend that you transmit to the Presbyteries for 
their action the following resolution : 

"Resolved, That section forty-seven (47) of the Constitution shall be so 
changed as to read as follows : 

" ' The offices of ruling elder and deacon are perpetual, and no one can be 
divested of either office but by deposition, after regular trial, or by resigna^ 
tion ; but any Church may, by a majority vote, after due notice, an-ange to 
elect all its officers for a stated period, in such manner as each Church shall 
decide ; and those thus elected shall hold office until their successors shall 
have been elected. Furthermore, should a ruling elder or deacon, though 
chargeable with neither heresy nor immorality, become unacceptable in his 
official character to a majority of the Church which he serves, it shall be the 
duty of the Church-session, upon application either from the officer or from 
the Church, to dissolve the relation, affording, however, full opportunity for 
the parties to be heard. J. M. Hubbert, Chairman. 

[To transmit such a recommendation as the foregoing to the Presbyteries requires a two-thirds 
vote. See Constitution, .Section 60. The vote on this proposition lacked, perhaps, less than ten 
of being a two-thirds vote ; and as the subject-matter is of interest to the whole (Uiurch, the 
paper is made a matter of record. — T. C. B., S. C] 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON FINANCE (No. 2). 

The Committee on Finance made Report No. 2 on Finance^ 
which was adopted, as follows : 

Your Committee on Finance report that they have examined with much 
care the accounts of the Stated Clerk, and take great pleasure in reporting 
them correct. Your Stated Clerk is to be commended for his success in col- 
lecting the Presbyterial Contingent Fund, there l)eing hut few delinquent 
Presbyteries. In view of the increased amount of labor reiiuired of the 
Stilted Clerk, we recommend — 

1. That his salary be placed at nine liundred dollars ($900) instead of six 
hundred dollars ($600). 

2. That each Presbytery be required to pay into tlie General Assembly's 
Contingent Fund two dollars for each ordained preacher instead of one dollar 
and fifty cents. 

Respectfully submitted. M. M. Smith, Chairman. 



1890.] Minutes of General Assembly. 37 



SEVEJSlTH DflV. 



Thursday, Ma)^ 22, 8 o'clock a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 
The Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

KEPORT OF COMMITTEE ON DECEASED MINISTERS. 

The Committee on Deceased Ministers submitted the follow- 
ing report, which was adopted : 

I\Ioderator and Brethren : From the information at hand, your committee 
report thirty-six names added to the death-roll since the meeting of the 
^ last General Assemhly. It is sad to have to record the death of so many 
useful servants of God. Yet at the same time it affords us much consolation 
to know they are only gone hefore — a little in advance of each one in this 
General Assembly and the entire ministry of the Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church. They have heard the Master's call, " Come up higher," and have 
had the welcome plaudit, " AVell done, good and faithful servant, enter 
thou into the joy of thy Lord." 

THE LIST OF THE DECE.\SED. 
Name. IVesbytery. Time of Death. 

F. M. MiiJLEK Platte January 20, 1890. 

J. T. Shackleford Platte March 23, 1890. 

L. Hewitt Colesburg January 22, 1890. 

A. W. Austin Gregory January 15, 1890. 

JosLiN Jones Louisiana August 29, 1889. 

W. L. Davidson Hopewell April 29, 1890. 

Henrv Hii.lman West Prairie August 25, 1889. 

S. E. Black Buffalo Gap July 17, 1889. 

John Nek-f Kirksville February 12, 1890. 

Joseph A. Bowman Allegheny December 18, 1889. 

James W. Campbeli Salt River August 13,1889. 

N. M. Gardner Ozark January 28, 1890. 

A. Johnson Salem March 21, 1890. 

James B. Bkalev Salem 

J. M. Kelly Marshall February 28, 1890. 

J. H. Salmon Marshall 

A. M. Vance Mississippi 

S. P. Crawford Sacramento February 20, 18!X). 

R. A. Read Logan February 20,1890. 

J. W. Poinde.xter, D.D Guadalupe February 15,1890. 



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S. P. Chesnut, D.D Lebanon June 24, 1889. 

T. B. Taylor Springville February 4, 1890. 

W. J. Callan Talladega March 18, 1890. 

J. N. Hogg Decatur July—, 1889. 

Richmond Cole King September 20, 1889. 

R. P. Mitchell Princeton March 13, 1890. 

James R. Ritchey Morgan 

J. C. Wylie Searcy 

John M. Lansden Sparta 

J. W. Hanna Wabash 

James Ritchey AV abash 

W. S. Campbell, D.D Rushville 

J. M. Lindsley New Hope January — ,1890. 

H. H. Smith Hiwassee 

A. D. Delzell Springfield 

R. H. Wills Walla Walla 

Let us in deep humility and in submission bow to God's will, and pray the 
Lord of the harvest that he would send forth more laborers into his harvest. 

As a further manifestation of our veneration and love for our departed 
brethren, we recommend — 

1. That an opportunity be given to the members of this General Assembly 
to indulge in five-minute talks in reference to those sainted ministers. 

2. That we hereby express our sympathy and mingle our sorrow with the 
bereaved families and Churches made sad by the death of those faithful 
servants of the Lord. 

3. That the Stated Clerk be authorized to add any names that may have 
been omitted from the above list. 

4. That in the adoption of this report the General Asssembly rise and 
unite in singing and prayer. 

Respectfully submitted. W. H. Crawford, Chairman. 

In accordance with the recommendation in the foregoing 
report, the General Assembly arose and joined in singing an 
appropriate hymn, and was led in prayer by the Rev. C. Yager. 
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CORRESPONDENCE (No. 3). 

The Committee on Correspondence submitted Report No. 3, 
which was adopted, as follows : 

Your committee havej^examined the report of the Rev. J. L. Goodknight, 
your Corresponding Delegate to the Conference of the Evangelical Union of 
Scotland, which assembled in the city of Glasgow, Scotland, October 1, 1889, 
and make the following recommendations: 

1. That the thanks of the Assembly be tendered the Rev. J. L. Good- 
knight for tlie faithful discharge of the trust cijmmitted to him, as evidenced 
in said report. 

2. That you continue your fraternal correspondence with this body of de- 
voted Christians, and that for said purpose you appoint the following breth- 
ren to convey, by letter or in person, your greeting to the Conference which 
convenes first Tuesday in October next, viz.: Revs. E. T. Bowers, W. S. 
Danley, and Elder Judge John Frizzcll. G. T. Stainback, Chairmav. 



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1890.] Minutes of General Assembly. 39 

REPORT OF GOMMITTEP: ON OVERTURES (No. H). 

Report No. 3 of the Committee on Overtures was taken up, 
amended, and adopted as follows: 

Your Coniiiiittee on Overtures have had under consideration a resolution 
wherein it is proposed tliat the Presidents and Secretaries of the different 
Boards, also tlie Editors of the puhHcations of our Publishing Plouse, shall 
be elected annually by the General Assembly, and we respectfully report as 
follows : 

Our several Boards are chartered institutions, and there are legal diffi- 
culties in the way of carrying out the ol:)jects contemplated in the resolution 
as to these Presidents and Secretaries, and we therefore recommend its rejec- 
tion. J. M. HuBBERT, Chairman. 

COMMITTEE ON MINUTES OF OREGON SYNOD. 

Rev. W. J. Fisher, Rev. G. N. Wall, and Rev. J. P. Russell 
were appointed a committee co whom the Minutes of the Oregon 
Synod were referred. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON SABBATH OBSERVANCE. 

The Committee on Sabbath Observance presented the follow- 
ing report, which was adopted : 

A momentous question now* presses itself upon the attention of the Amer- 
ican people. It is. Shall we have a Bible Sabbath or an infidel Sunday? 
The Christian people of the country must answer the question. 

We are profoundly impresse<l with the truth that, as Gladstone expresses 
it, "the religious obligations of the Sabbath are a main prop of the religious 
character of tlie country. From amoral, social, and physical point of view, 
it is a duty of absolute consequence." Chief Justice McLean, of the United 
Stiites Supreme Court, says: "Where there is no Christian Sabljath there is 
no Christian morality ; and, without this, free institutions can not long be 
sustained." One of the five causes that brought our forefathers to Plymouth 
Rock was that they could not induce the i)eople of their native land to re- 
form in the matters touching Sabbath ol)servance, nor save their families 
from infection from surrounding evils. Immigration is fast bringing us the 
continental Sunday, with its business and holiday customs. Our late civil 
war, we admit, had much to do in shaking the foundations of our i)rimitive 
Sabbath, by instituting government business, such as railway traffic, tele- 
graphing, and milittiry parades. In times of peace we have not recovered 
what we lost, and, on the otlier hand, our vast material prosperity, with at- 
tendant conunercial activity and avarice, has had the effect of driving us 
farther away from the landmarks of our fathers. We confess, with patriotic 
shame, that we live under a Christian government which gives us no Sab- 
bath law, but is itself a flagrant violator of the Sabbath laws of the States of 
the Union. The evil influence of powerful and soulless corporations is but 
little less efficient in overthrowing the Sabbath than the central government. 
Many thousands of laborers are obliged by their contract and by their ne- 
cessities to toil through holy Sabbath hours, thus losing the benefits of an 
opportunity properly to observe the Sabbath of the Lord their God. 



40 Minutes of General Assembly. [1890. 

We recognize, in this connection, the lialeful influence of the Sunday 
newspaper, and give oiir voice against it, because it displaces religious read- 
ing on the Sabbath, fills the mind with worldly thoughts of busmess and 
pleasure, robs the reader of needed rest from secular cares, shuts out the 
light of heaven utterly from irreligious homes which it enters, and by its 
gossip and scandals degrades the morals of the people. It is an enterprise 
inaugurated and conducted for the purpose of making money, requires many 
men to woi'k on the Sabbath, and fills the land with the hawking cry of the 
newsboys. It does not stop with violating the Sabbath itself, but uses its in- 
fluences to encourage all forms of business and excursions on the Lord's day. 
For these and other weighty reasons, we urge our people neither to buy nor 
advertise in Sunday newspapers. 

The saloon open on the Sabbath, in front or rear, is the avowed and im- 
placable foe of the Sabbath, and hence, for this, as for other reasons, w^e set 
ourselves down as the unrelenting enemies of the saloon, and will not cry 
" Hold," until the saloon power is pulverized in all our borders. W,e note 
■with concern the contest going on in the cities and towns of our country 
between the friends of the Sabbath and the saloon, and hereby declare that 
our sympathy, and prayers, and eflforts shall constantly be thrown upon the 
side of the Sabbath. 

We lament the fact that multitudes of so-called Christian people habitu- 
ally set for the ungodly a very bad example of Sabbath non-observance. 
We confess that, in many cases, judgment nmst begin at the house of God. 
If God's own people buy and sell on the Lord's day, spend the sacred hours 
of the first day of the week in reading a secular newspaper, visit their 
neighbors, and be visited by them, take journeys by private and by public 
conveyance, and do other such like things, what can we expect from our 
neighbors who affect no regard by profession for the commandments of God ? 

As a remedy for the evils alluded to we recommend, therefore, first of all, 
that our people set the people of the world a consistent example of Sabbath 
observance. We ask, also, that special meetings be held to advance the 
interests of this cause, that sermons and addresses be delivered on the sub- 
ject, and especially that greater eflbrts be made in our Churches to indoc- 
trinate the children and youth of our families properly concerning the 
claims, sanctities, and obligations of the Sabbath. In particular do we rec- 
ommend that, m response to the request of the AVorld's Sabbath Prayer 
Union, all our ministers and Churches observe, in this interest, the first 
week of April every year as a week of prayer, and that our pastors be 
hereby directed to preach sermons on the first Sabbath of April, yearly, in 
behalf of a better Sabbath observance. We appreciate, also, the necessity 
of freely scattering literature on this subject among the people, and we take 
pleasure in commending the publications of tiie Sabbath department of the 
Woman's Christian Temperance Union, which can l)e secured through the 
Superintendent, Mrs. J. C. Bateluun, Painesville, Ohio. 

We plead for the enactment and enforcement of wholesome laws upon 
the Sabbath question. It has been said there are two cliief foes of the 
Sabbath : the first, already alluded to, is a vicious example on the part of 
Christians ; and second, adverse legislation — for example, unfavorable laws 
recently enacted in Massachusetts and Ohio. The friends of tlie Sabbath 
ehould be alert to j)revent the repeal of gof)d laws, lus well as to secure the 
enforcement of wholesome existing laws. 



1890.] Minutes of General Assembly. 41 

We rejoice that ten uiillionis of signatures have been secured to petitions 
favoring the passage of the Sunday Rest Bill now pending in Congress, and 
we do liereby heartily express our desire that said bill may pass and become 
a law that may remedy existing national evils, such as Sunday trains and 
mails, interstjxte oonmierce, and Sunday military parade. 

A nation without a Sabbath is a nation without God and without morals, 
and therefore wanting a secure foundation. De Tocqueville said to an 
American : " France umst have your Sabbath, or she is ruined." Quoting 
this, an American statesman says: "America must restore her Sabbath, or 
she is ruined." 

It has been said that the rope we are making to strangle ourselves with 
has three strands — intemperance, impurity, ilnd Sabbath desecration. We 
believe that Sabbath desecration opens the flood-gate for the inflood of all 
conceivable crimes and misfortunes. Hence, we beg that you express \'our- 
selves in no uncertain words touching the nature of the Sabbath, ita sanc- 
tions, the dangers to which we are exposed in its desecration, and our duty 
as Christian people to observe its requirements in all faithfulness and godly 
fear. 

Respectfully submitted. W. S. Daxley, Chairman. 

The Stated Clerk was directed to place a copy of the forego- 
ing report before the Congress of the United States. 

THE PKRKJDS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS RECONSIDERED. 

The motion adopting the report of the Special Committee 
appointed to designate periods for making contributions to the 
benevolences of the Church, was reconsidered, and the report 
amended and adopted, as follows : 

Your committee to whom was assigned the work of re-apportioning the 
time for the several Boards to present their claims to the Church, would 
.submit the following: 

Home Missions — January, February, March. 
Education- — April, iNIay, June. 
Foreign Missions — July, August. 
Church Erection — September, October. 
Ministerial Relief — November, December. 

Your committee recommend that the Children's Day fund remain intact 
for the Sunday-school cause. 

We recounncnd that pastors and superintendents be urged to see that the 
collections on (Children's Day come, as far as possible, from the children and 
youth of the Churcli, and that the least possible interference be had with 
the contributions of the congregations for the caiisethat is before the Church 
in the second quarter of the year. 

Respectfully submitted. W. T. Ferguson, Chairman, 

b. d. cockuill, 
F. R. Earlk. 



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FRATERNAL GREETINGS. 
The following telegram was read by the Stated Clerk : 

AsHEviLLE, N. C, May 22, 1890. 

To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Union City, Tenn. : 

The General Assembly in session has received with pleasure your greet- 
ing, and reciprocates its fraternal spirit. James Pakk, Moderator. 
Joseph R. Wilson, Stated Clerk. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON TEMPERANCE. 

The Committee on Temperance submitted its report, which 

was called to the docket. 

PRINTING CHARTER OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

The following resolution, offered by Rev. J. M. Gill, was read 

and adopted : 

Resolved, That the Charter incorporating The Trustees of the General As- 
sembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church as printed in the Minutes of 
the last Assembly be reprinted in the Minutes of this Assembly. 

EXPENSES OF THE LOCATING COMMITTEE. 
The Rev. J. M. Hubbert offered the following resolution, 
which was adopted : 

Resolved, That the Board of Publication be instructed to defray the 
expenses of the Committee appointed by the last General Assembly to locat-e 
the Publishing House. 

APPROVAL OF BOARD OF PUBLICATION. 
The following resolution, offered by Rev. R. J. Beard, was read 
and adopted : 

Resolved, That we approve of the Board of Publication's effort to establish 
State missionary work in connection with the State Sabbath-school Associa- 
tions or other recognized channels for Sunday-school work throughout the 
Church. 

The General Assembly then took recess till 2 o'clock p.m. 



Thursday, May 22, 2 o'clock p.m. 
SYNODIC A L RP:C0RI)S. 

The Committees on the following Synods reported the Min- 
utes in good order : Pennsylvania, Illinois, Tennessee, Texas, 
Mi.ssissippi, Arkansas, Missouri, Pacific, Alabama, Kentucky, 
and Oregon. 

The Committees on the following Synods report that no Min- 
utes had come to hand: Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, and Kansas. 



1890.] Minutes of General Assembly. 43 

COST OF PUBLISHING THE MINUTES. 

The following resolution was read and referred to the Board of 
Publication and to the Stated Clerk of the General Assembly : 

Resolved, That this General Assembly direct its Board of Publication to re- 
duce the price of the Minutes of the (Teneral Assembly to tlie actual cost of 
publication. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON TEMPERANCE. 

The report of the Committee on Temperance was called from 
the docket, and adopted as follows : 

We take great pleasure in stating that the former utterances of General 
Assemblies of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church on the subject of tem- 
perance and legal prohibition have given no uncertain sound. 

As a Church, we stand side by side with the mighty hosts who are en- 
gaged in waging a war of extermination against the liquor traffic, the evils 
of which are too well known and understood to be reiterated in tliis report. 

The legalized manufactui-e and sale of intoxicating liquors to be used as a 
beverage; the toleration and support thus given to saloons in our own 
country, the evils flowing from which are so great; the sanction of ship- 
ments of intoxicants to heathen lands, whereby the uncivilized and help- 
less non-Christian inhabitants are ruthlessly debauched, foreign missionary 
progress retarded, and race elevation hindered — do, in our jutlgment, 
shaTuefully reflect upon the Christian civilization of this age; therefore 

Resolved, 1. That, reaffirming the prime importance of inculcating the life- 
purifying doctrines of grace, and of influencing by example and moral 
suasion the unfortunate and usually generous hearted inebriates to refrain 
from indulging their acquired habits of using intoxicating beverages, and 
also the importance of permtent efforts to create a popular sentiment in 
favor of strict temperance, we regard it a duty, as well as a privilege of 
every Christian, on his own personal respniidbiliti/ to God and luimanity, in 
promoting good morals and the salvation of souls tlirough the gosi)el, to use 
every means, sanctioned by his own enlightened judgment as laudable, for 
securing as soon as possible absolute prohibition of the nefarious liquor 
traffic. 

2. That we conunend the noble women of our land for their labor and 
zeal in the temperance cause in redainung inebriates, in teaching the young 
to abhor the evils of intemperance, and instilling into their minds the prin- 
ciples of sobriety. 

3. That eacii nunister in charge of a congregation be reipusteil to preach 
a sermon during the ensuing year on the subject of temperance, setting 
forth that the use of ardent spirits Jis a beverage, dealing therein, or favoring 
in any manner whatever the vending thereof is inconsistent with Christian 
character. 

4. That we note with profound interest the progress of the proliibition 
campaign pending in Nebraska against tlie saloon, and do hereby pledge 
the friends of prohibition in said State our prayers and sympathy in their 
present struggle. C. H. Bell, Chairvian. 



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GREETINGS FROM THE WOMAN'S BOARD. 

The Woman's Board of Foreign Missions convened at Martinsville, Ind., 
May 11th, extend heart-felt greetings to our General Assembly convened at 
Union City, Tenn., praying God's holy Spirit may guide and direct every ac- 
tion of the vast Assembly. We feel that it did so guide us throughout our 
convention. We have cause to thank God and take courage in pressing for- 
ward in the work designed by our Master that woman can do, realizing God 
hiis chosen woman as a part in his great plan of Christianizing the world. 
He has blessed and guided, as he alone can guide, the weaker vessels. 

Our convention was not so large as on former occasions (78 delegates' and 
27 visitors' names were enrolled), yet it was a refreshing seiison, which will 
linger long on memory's page, and we feel much good will permeate from 
the meeting. Language fails to express the warm hospitalities received and 
their appreciation. We had hoped the 10th anniversary would prove the 
crowning year in finances. There was a falling off in receipts, owing, we 
think, to the reason we had designated no special sum to reach. Yet we 
thank God for all his goodness toward us. 

Sixty-two thousanil dollars have been gathered into the treasury the ten 
years past. We number over 1,100 Auxiliaries and Bands; about 2,100 Con- 
gregations not in the work; 175 Societies failed to report a i>enny last year. 
New Auxiliaries, 55; Young Ladies' Circles, 4; Children's Bands, 19; have 
78 Life Members enrolled; 13 Synodical Vice-presidents; 77 Presbyterial 
Secretaries; 50 Presbyterial Organizations; only two or three not in pros- 
perous condition. Total receipts for year, $10,068.20; special offerings for 
Home Missions, .$254.46; grand total, $10,322.66. We regret the falling off 
in receipts of nearly $300, and would state that no large offerings were made 
during the year. 

We have raised our standard to $15,000 for the new year's work, having 
resolved to aid in the Home field; also hope to increase subscriptions to 
Record to four thousand, if no more, and Banner subscription to twelve 
thousand at least. 

May God crown every effort this year made by the pastors, elders, and 
women of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church — may it indeed be the 
crowning year in consecration throughout the whole Church ! Respect- 
fully, Maky Z. Romans. 

CHANGE OF SYNODICAL LINES. 
The following resolution, offered by the Rev. R. F. Powell, 
was read and adopted : 

Whereas, All tlu' pastors, and all the (Churches by representative ruling 
elders, of Nebraska Presbytery, have agreed by signing a petition lusking this 
General Asseinbly to place said Presbytery in the bounds of Kansas Synod ; 
therefore, 

Resolved, That this General Assembly order that the lines between the 
Missouri and the Kansas Synod be so changed as to place Nebraska Pri>sby- 
tery in the bounds of Kansas Synod. R. V. Powkm,. 

EXPENSES OF THE REV. E. G. McLEAN. 
The Stated Clerk was instructed to defray the traveling 
expenses of the Rev. E. G. McLean, who was appointed by the 



1890.] Minutes of General Assembly. 45 

last General Assembly to deliver a discourse on Missions before 
this General Assembly. 

THE TIME FOR MEETING. 
It was determined that when the General Assembly adjourns, 
it adjourns to meet in Owensboro, Ky., the third Thursday in 
May, A.D. 1891. 

RESOLUTION OF THANKS. 

The following Resolution of Thanks was introduced by Rev. 
G. T. Stainback, and adopted by a unanimous rising vote : 

Resolved, That the sincere and cordial thanks of this General Assembly be 
and are hereby tendered to the local committee of arrangements, to the 
pastor and members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and to the 
citizens of Union City, for tlie generous and hospitable entertainment which 
they have given to delegates and visitors ; to the ministers and Churches of 
this city for the use of their houses of worship and invitations to occupy 
their pulpits ; to the press for full reports of the General Assembly's pro- 
ceedings ; to the various railroad lines for reduced rates and other courte- 
sies; to the Moderator and Clerks for the faithful and inipartial manner in 
which they have discharged their duties ; and to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lincoln 
for the delightful music they have furnished during the sessions of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, and that we commend this brother and his wife in their 
evangelistic work to our Church. 

CALLING THE ROLL. 

The roll was called, and the following Commissioners 
responded to their names : 

Ministers A. J. Adkisson, J. H. Alexander, N. M. Baker, W. 
W. M. Barber, R. J. Beard, A. G. Bergen, H. C. Bird, J. G. 
Boydstun, W. A. Bridges, A. M. Buchanan, E. T. Bowers, C. H. 
Bell, D.D., R. B. Cavett, M. E. Chappell, J. F. Clark, B. D. Cock- 
rill, J. A. Conley, J. R. Crawford, W. H. Crawford, W. S. Dan- 
ley, D.D., Wm. Dawson, J. A. Dunlap, D. C. De Witt. F. R. 
Earle, D.D., W. T. Ferguson, W. J. Fisher, W. N. Gerard, J. M. 
Gill, D.D., G. W. Glover, J. R. Goodpasture, H. A. Gray, J. D. 
Harned, G. R. Harrison, A. W. Hawkins, L. D. Hendrick, J. M. 
Hubbert, Richard Inge, H P. Ingram, C. N. Jarrell, A. B. John- 
son, J. E. Johnson, J. M. Johnston, J. M. Keeton, C. G. Kennedy, 
R. A. King, T. A. Leach, W. G. Leonard, E. H. Liles, Jesse 
Marshall, T. B. McAmis, E. L. McWilliams, C. W. McBride, A. 
M. McBryde, S. McCall, W. C. McClelland, E. G. McLean, D. 
McLeod, N. B. McNabb, D. L. Mitchell, U. L. Moritgomery, J. 
R. Morris, R. A. A. Moorman, W. N. Nickell, R. W. Norris, W. 
S. Oldham. Z. T. Orr, J. C. Oakley, R. B. Oliver, A. W. Paisley, 
R. C. Parks, W. A. Patterson, Thomas Penick, J. S. Porter, R. F. 



46 Minutes of General Assembly. [1890. 

Powell, H. R. Reed, W. M. Robison, J. P. Russell, G. H. Sil- 
viiis, M. M. Smith, R. M. Smith, G. T. Stainback, D.D., J. W. 
Stinnett, A. N. Stockard, h- C. Taylor. J. H. Tharp, J. C. 
Thompson, J. B. Waggoner, G. N. Wall, W. C. Walker, R. B. 
Ward, R. J. Whitaker, T. N. Williams, J. J. Wilson, L. O. 
Winslow, C. Yager. 

Elders C. R. Barham, J. W. Beaty, J. E. Bennett, J. B. Boyd, 
S. B. Brelsford, W. G. Brittain, H. H. Beyer, P. R. Byrn, J. H. 
Caldwell, W. E. Caldwell, I. W. Carson, J. A. Carter, J. G. Cow- 
an, W. A. Caruthers, M. S. Clark, T. P. Dance, W. A. Davis, I. 
H. Denny, G. W. Eaglin, J. C. Elliott, A. F. Evans, John Friz- 
zell, S. J. Foster, Wm. Gay, W. G. D. Hinds, R. W. Himes, C. F. 
Hopkins, I. W. Hupp, J. K. Jamison, Thomas Jarrett, J. C. Jen- 
kins, J. C. Jordan, W. B. Jones, S. H. Kimes, G. B. Kimball, J. 
W. Lamb. Ovid Lutz, J. T. Marshall, Joseph McBride, Frank 
McClure, John McKay, J. H. McClure, G. B. Miller. W. T. Mof- 
fett, P. F. Marshall, T. E. Nash, W. T. Nunn, J. P. Ogilvie, P. A. 
Orr, E. P. Padgett, T. D. Parsons, Benj. Pile, J. W. Reisner, T. 
J. Ross, W. W. Ruby, W. B. Rutherford, H. Shirk, C. M. Tabler, 
G. S. Upton, G. E. Waller, J. E. Williams, J. A. Williamson, 
W. R. Withers, E. O. Whitwell, M. G. Wood, C. G. Woosley. 

The Minutes of to-day's session were read and approved. 

FINAL ADJOURNMENT. 
The General Assembly then adjourned, and closed with prayer 
aiid the benediction. 

E. G. McLean, Moderator. 
T. C. Blake, Stated Clerk. 
J. M. HuBBERT, Assistant Clerk. 
Charles Manton, Assistant Clerk. 
A. G. Bergen, Assistant Clerk. 



APPKNDIX. 



APPENDIX. 



l.~MISSIONS. 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MISSIONS OF THE CUM- 
BERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 1889-1890. 

To the (ieneral Assembly at Union City, Tenn., May 15, 1890: 

Japan Mission. 

The condition of Japan during the past year has been one of sudden and 
unexpcH'ted changes. Overwhelming floods, earthquakes, and typhoons 
have swept away thousands of Uves, witli vahiable property, rendering vast 
numbers of its people homeless and in want, inviting the sympathy and 
help of humanity when aroused to a sense of tlie situation. But this ter- 
rible loss of human life has not been more exciting, nor perhaps more 
startling, than jjie political and social disturbances during the year. The 
new Constitution, liberal in its provisions touching civil and religious rights, 
and recognizing, at least in a measure, the existence and claims of Chris- 
tianity, was proclaimed by the wise and progressive emperor on the 11th of 
February, 1889, amid great rejoicings of both the native and foreign popula- 
tion. It provided for an Imperial Diet or Parliament to assemble in 1890. 
In the meantime treaty revision with foreign powers has been a burning 
question. Until a few months ago high hopes were entertained that a 
revision beneficial to all concerned would be effected. The happy time 
seemed at hand when Japan would be fully established among the enlight- 
ened and progressive nations of the world, and when restrictions against 
the spread of Christianity would be more fully removed. But a check to 
these new movements suddenly occurred. It is gratifying to note that the 
Minister of the United States readily concurred in the proposed treaty 
stipulations when other (xreat Powirs refused, and their refusal vitiated the 
treaty. Subsecjuently our Minister of State resolutely "broke loose from 
the Alliance of Powers," and agreed with the Japanese Minister of Foreign 
Affairs on terms of a treaty mutually satisfactory to America and Japan. 
Germany and Russia followed, but England and France were slow in their 
movements, and the golden moment passed. Opposition arose among the 
Japanese tlieaiselvcs — a feeling of distrust and dissatisfaction was engen- 
dered, nsulting in the resignation and retirement of the able statesmen 
who were tin- wisest counselors of the government in all progressive 
movements, and causing :in unprecedented agitation of the popular mind — 
an agit;ition which tlireateiis seriously to impede the progress of empire, 
and to make it all the more difficult, yet the more needful, to induce the 
people to ai'ct'pt the pure and peaceful gospel of Christ. 

Tlie future alone can unff)ld the result of the pending crisis. Japan can 
not draw back into her shell of seclusiveness and be as she was, for the 
shell has been broken and she has becoiin' almost full-fledged. She has felt 
the lienefit of the Christinn civilization of other countries. If it were not- 
indubitably true that Ciiristianity is the sure pacificator of humanity, the 
most ardent friends of Japan would In- constrained to indulge feelings of 
despondency as to the future. The peculiar emergency of the times rather 
bids Christians hasten with the sweet spirit of Heaven's love and Heaven's 



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wisdom to direct their wandering hearts. On Christian America rests a 
very large share of tliis responsibility, for when with open Bible and sing- 
ing Kethe's paraphrase of the one hundredth Psalm, Commodore Perry 
and crew sailed into port in front of Yokoliama in 1853, the entrance was 
not only peaceable, but significant of a high-born purpose to deal with the 
nation in righteousness and the spirit of brotherly kindness. From that 
day forward the United States and its Christian subjects have been the 
foremost friends and benefactors of Japan. They have trusted when others 
doubted the government and the people ; have made advances while others 
halted. 

It is well that it thus should be. The eternal fitness of things requires 
it. The strength of our own national life, the providential environments, 
the Heaven-bestowed blessings through which we are the inheritors and 
the favored possessors of personal liberty and the beneficiaries (jf the pur- 
est spiritual Christianity, through which we are to-day the most powerful 
and wealthy of nations, make us pre-eminently debtors to all the less 
favored portions of humanity, and bid us be the leaders in race elevation. 
Of Christian civilization we are the AVesti-rn exponents — Japan is our 
nearest Oriental neighbor — itself in advance of all Asia in rapid changes 
from political despotism to constitutional government, and from supersti- 
tious enslavement to religious toleration. 

The elaborate Annual Report to our Board from the Japan Mission, and 
the details of the work herewith submitted in full, since they supply a 
wealth of information, will be read, as we believe, with deep interest : 

To the Board of Missions of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church : 

As we herewith set before you a review of your work in Japan for the 
year 1889, and give you a fore glance at the year 1890, it is with mingled 
feelings of gratitude, encouragement, and perplexity. The grounds for 
thankfulness are also our reasons for hopefulness and anxiety. 

It is God's dealings with us as a Mission, his blessings again to us and 
our native Churches, the movements in the political and religious life of the 
people, the realization by Japanese leaders of the magnitude of the work 
involved in the transition of a nation from the restraints of an unlimited 
monarchy to the freedom of constitutional government, the thirst of the 
molders of Japanese thought for a better civilization, the present enlistment 
of all the various Cliristian agencies to meet the exigencies of the hour — it 
is in these and such like considerations tliat we find reasons for thanking 
God and taking courage. Tiie same range of facts, also, brings us to that 
point where we can not do otherwise than entertain some apprehension, 
not as to the ultimate success of the work in a general way, and of its being 
faithfully done by some of God's people, l>ut as to the part which we as a 
Clmrch shall play in the matter. Shall we avail ourselves of those precious 
openings whi(;h God is almost literally thrusting upon us, or shall we, by 
indift'erence and inconsideration, imperil these privileges of work so gra- 
ciously granted us, and so neglect to contribute our part toward the Chris- 
tiauization of one of the brightest and most intlu(;iitial of Asiatic empires, 
and of reaping for our own denominationa] \\i>' a rich harvest of rellex spirit- 
ual iiiHuences? As a branch of the Churcli working in this land, our oppor- 
tunities, with tlieir c()nnnensurate o))ligations, are tiiickening upon us. The 
ojx'iiings for vaster work may be one of tiiose gracious rewards which (rod 
bestows upon his peoph' for work already <loni'. lie sets l)efore us these 
open doors to induce in us a coiTesponding breadtii of view and enlargeil 
liberality of iieart. But we can not forget that, "As for action the jjresrnt 
moment is eternity." 

Political events have occurred during the past yiar wliicii have a face 
toward religious movements. First among thesr is the proelamation of the 
Constitution, under whicii a Congress is to ))e elected for ISiiO. This proc- 
lamation was made on the 11th (lay of Frl)ruary. It was made the occasion 
of special worsliip in accordance with the rites and customs of the ancient 
system of Japanese heathenisiu. Tlie i-mpiror and all his couj't worshiped 
at the ancf-ritral cenotaph, and high oflieials representing his i\hijesty were 



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sent tf) the National Slirines of Ine, the tomb of Jimmu Tenno, and to the 
tomb of the emperor's father in Kyoto. 

Tliere i.s in the Constitution provision for religious toleration. It is not a 
clear-cut statement of freedom of religious speech and con.science, but 
states that, "Among our people and subjects freedom of belief shall exist 
only so far as it is not disturbing to the peace or order of society." 

The new Constitution prohibits the admission to Parliament of the priests 
of the Buddhist and Shinto faiths and of the " Teachers of Religion," 
which is the name by which Christian pastors are usually designated. 
There is in tliis prohibition a negative recognition of Chi-istianity as an ex- 
isting faith, its footing being that of other faiths in the eye of the law. With 
Christianity tolerat'.'d by constitutional enactments, the broad field is open 
ioT the lovers oi a true faith to carry on their work of propagandism. That 
which hius most moved Japanese political circles during the past year has 
been the subject of treaty revision. The present treaties, made by eighteen 
Western powers, are all based upon that made with Japan in 1857, by 
Townsend Harris, which, with the interpretation given to certain clauses in 
it by Lord Elgin, the English ambassador, robs Japan of her national 
autononiy in the matter of imposts and legal jurisdiction over foreigners 
residing in lier territory. 

As the results of this state of things foreigners are permitted to live only 
in allotted grcjund in certain open ports They are not allowed to travel in 
the interior except upon passports granted by the central government on 
the ground either of health or science. It was hoped that the treaties 
would be revised, and that our Christian nations would deal with this 
Eastern nation in accordan(;e with the Christian principles of righteous- 
ness and justice. An equitable revision would be a great gain to the cause 
of Christ. But even as matters now stand there is no oi)position to the 
most earnest efibrts to spread the gospel. The hope is still entertained that 
treaty n^vision is in the way of being realized in the not distant future. On 
the basis of this hope other Missions are sending in their calls for an addi- 
tion to their wcjrking force. One Mission asks for an instant addition of 
thirty-tivi' families, with an encouraging jjrospect of receiving them. Of 
course, God will give the land to the Church and Missions that respond to 
his calls to duty. Should the treaties be revised, the whole wide field 
would be completely opened, and the failure to possess the laud would lie 
with the Church, and not with either God or the heathen, who would 
thereby have removed all national obstacles to working "'let or hindrance." 
But even should the treaties not be revised this year, the field is wide 
enough to justify our Church, in common with all others, to devise greater 
things to meet presejit obligations. 

Not aloni' does the present increased openness of the country call for 
enlarged efforts in the endeavor to evangelize it, but, also, the fact that 
there comes, as usual with this state of things, increasing zi-al upon the 
part of the opponents of Christianity, to retain their following, and to op- 
pose the farther spread of the religif)ri of Christ. The Buddhists are labor- 
ing to effect a revival of their ancient faith. Col. Olnott, more notorious 
than noted, was called from India the past year to aid in this work. Out- 
side of that intelligent class of Japanese who knew somi-thing from hearsay 
of his connection with Madame Blavatsky, li • has probal)ly had some in- 
fluence. This famous theosophist lauded Buddhism for its lofty morality, 
sublime charity, and l)enign unselfishness. He proclaimed Christianity to 
be a waning faith, full of selfishness, and the source of endless Western 
vices and overn'aching proclivities. Througliout the country they are 
establishing good preparatory schools, teaching music, and enii)loying for- 
eigners to teach English. They have a college and a gooil theological 
school in Kyoto, and are sending their missionaries to foreign countries. 
Their school in Kyoto is exjx'cted to assume university ])roportions at no 
distant day. Tiiey even go so far ;is to propose to make tli.'iiiselvrs felt in 
politics, and of using their power to secure the election to their new Con- 
gress of mi'U favorable to their religion. A nunil)er of new and very costly 
temples are being built by them in the influential centers of the country. 
The Shintoists, also, show signs of awakening anil rallying tlieir followt-rs 



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on the score of patriotism. The Court is Shinto ists, and does not fail to pay- 
its devotions in accordance with the Shinto ritual and teachings. These 
latter religionists talk of organizing their forces for political effect, and have 
established a magazine, edited by an ex-theological student of some natural 
and acquired abilities. The avowed object of the society of which this 
magazine is the exponent is the preservation of the National Spirit. Many 
high officials are members of this Society, and it is understood that the 
emperor himself is in sympathy with it. Of course, Chi-istianity is set for 
the preservation of all that is best in any national life, and must be cast 
into the mold of the peculiar characteristics of each nation, and thus ob- 
tain its diversified national types. Its point of contact with this revived 
interest in old Shintoism lies in the fact that Christianity alone can take 
hold upon the national life, preserve what is best, eliminate what is worst, 
and give the nation a newer and better character. While the leaders of the 
people are thus reviving their zeal for ancient heathenism, the thoughtless 
classes give themselves up renewedly to their superstitions and to vices 
upon which they pray the blessing of their gods — vices which have done 
and are doing much to sap the purity of the nation, and to encompass the 
destruction of a pure family life. 

Western infidelity clothed in the garments of benevolent science also 
allies itself to the opposition to Christian convertings and civilizing influ- 
ences. The writings of some who are high in scientific circles have had 
great charms for some of the educated classes. But it is not from such men^ 
that Christianity has most to excite its apprehensions, for they, taking their 
knowledge at second hand in regard thereto, really know but little about it. 
What we have most to fear is a deluge of the land with that grossest West- 
ern materialism which manifests itself in iumiorality and vice. The im- 
portation of foreign beers and liquors is becoming immense. At every 
railroad station and steamer landing, in every hotel and club-room, on 
almost every street and in every alley, the sales of foreign liquor are carried 
on. The money to be coined out of the appetites of their fellows is so great 
that it stimulates the inventive genius of this quick-witted people in the 
same direction of degi-adation. The result is that many breweries are 
springing up all through the country, sonie of which display fac-simile tes- 
timonials of reward received from the committees of award at the inter- 
national exhibition in New Orleans, Paris, France, and other such iiistitu- 
tions in various Christian countries. The outcome can be but " evil and 
evil only, and that continually." The sale of Bibles may be great, reaching 
the thousands, but the sale of beer bottles will reach its millions. 

There is still another influence springing up in the land which is hard to 
classify. Within the last three years the German rationalists and the Amer- 
ican Unitarians have sent missionaries to this country. The chief work of 
the former seems to be amongst those who are already Christians. They 
make use principally of literature to accomplish their object in undermining 
the faith of believers. The Unitarians, although the smallest of the body 
of Christians in America, have already five men in the field. Their line of 
work seems to be aluiost wholly through educational institutions. The Uni- 
versity established by one of the greatest educators of Jajjan, Mr. Fukuza- 
wa, will have four or five of their number in its faculty. Their influence 
will of course be far-reaching. The Unitarians in America are entering up- 
on their work with a zeal worthy of imitation. The meetings of the body 
sustaining them lead to the belief that they will be promptly re-enforced 
as the work may demand. 

While this is recorded there is also the encouraging fact that there is a 
continued awakening of various evangelical churches in America to the im- 
portance of mission work here. The Southern Baptists, though just enter- 
ing the field, have already sent several excellent men to inaugurate their 
work. 

The M. E. Church, South, has sent about twenty missionaries in the 
last three years All the other Missions have been greatly increased in num- 
bers through the past year. 

With so many Hoards and Churches awake to the interests of the work 
we may safely augur tliat God's cause here will be carried on. We may now 



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almost rank ourselves as amongst the older missions laboring in this coun- 
try. Our work began over thirteen years ago, and since that tinu; thirteen 
other societies have entered the field. During the first eight years of the 
work the gi'eat mistake was made of sending us no additional workers upon 
the part of the ministry. In the last five years two other ordained min- 
isters have been sent to the work ; thus averaging one for every three and 
one half years of our Mission existence. 

During the pa.st year, owing to the enterprise of the good women of the 
Church and their Board, we have received two additions to the Woman's 
work — Misses May and Agnes Morgan. Since the woman's work was in- 
augurated they have sent to our Mission an average of one annually. This 
is much nearer what the requirements of the work demand. Although there 
are several in the Mission who give evidence that they need rest for phys- 
ical recuf>eration, yet owing to the kindness of a good Providence they have 
bi'en able to continue their work during the year How much longer they 
can hold out in this line, with the responsibilities of the work and its op- 
portunities constiintly multipljdng, and without other missionaries to take 
up the increasing labors it is impossible to say. We can not bring ourselves 
to believe that a great Church numbering nearly 200,000 communicants will 
allow the Mission to carry much longer such an uneven burden, and one 
that threatens the very existence of our mission work itself. 

One of the problems which has, as usual, faced the Mission during the 
past year has been that of the educational work for boys. Former efforts in 
this direction have had to be largely neglected on account of the meagerness 
of our force. We have had to rely much upon other Churches to do this 
work for us. We have availed ourselves of the Doshisha, at Kyoto, for this 
purpose. Our young candidates for the ministry have been pursuing their 
preparatory and theological work there. But that institution is outside of our 
present field of labor, so that the students necessarily miss nmch of that 
sympathy of Church life wdiich comes from the immediate contact of the. 
Churches with their rising ministry. As that institution is under the con- 
trol of the Congregationalists, and most properly so. we can not of course rely 
upon it to furnish that class of young men from whom our future ministry 
should come. They can educate for us young men whose conversion has al- 
ready taken place in our own Churches, and feel the attachment so strong 
and enduring that arises from the sentiment of spiritual motherhood. Of 
course, there is no disposition upon the part of those in charge of the school 
to alienate young men from other Churches who may be receiving their ed- 
ucation there. There is also a strong attachment upon the part of our own 
Ciiurches to that institution. This is shown in the fact that they have con- 
tributed as well as most of the Congregational Churches in this country toward 
its endowment, with the hope that they arcthereby aiding in building up a 
geimiue Christian University. This is creditable both to their heads and 
hearts. But still the fact remains as already stated. We should have had 
long ere this a good jireparatory school and theological training school. The 
other denominations working in this country have not been slow to perceive 
thi' importance of this work. The Presl)yterian Church has its college 
and theological seminary in Tokyo, another one in Nagasaki. They have 
also a good boys' school at Kanazawa. The M. E. Church, and the Evangel- 
ical Association of North America, have each of them similar colleges and 
seminaries. The M. K. Church, South, begins its work with an appropria- 
tion of fifteen thousand dollars invested in buildings and endowments in their 
Kyoto University ; one man alone in Connecticut contributing one hun- 
dred thousand dollars for a science hall. The enemies of Christianity are 
not slow to recogiiize the valui' of educational institutions to carry out their 
aims. The Monto sect of Buildhists havi' been quite active in the matter and 
have until the present been the principal sect engaging in such work. Now, 
however, other sects of that faith are beginning to organize their educational 
system. They propose to duplicate their government school system, having 
schools equivalent to the government middle schools (colleges), and also a 
system of primary schools. Encouraged by modern Western works of au- 
thors that there is a large segment of Buddhistic teachings that are in full 
harmony with Western science, anti with men in their schools who have 



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studied in the universities of Germany the teachings concerning Christianity 
from the infidel stand-point, they are prepared to enter the educational field 
against Christianity. The Mission feels impressed that the time has come 
when something must be done in order to achieve the establishment of a 
first-class Christian educational institution for boys. There are several rea- 
sons for this impression: (1) It should be remembered that the Japanese 
are an enlightened nation. They have a system of public schools unsur- 
passed by any nation on earth. There is less illiteracy in Japan in propor- 
tion to the number of inhabitants than there is in the United States. In all 
the various Churches in Japan there are well educated young men who are 
well conversant with the history of American Churches. However false 
and unjust it may be to stigmatize the Cumberland Presbyterian Church as 
being one that is indifferent to educational matters, yet these young men 
frequently run across such statements. It is alone by our good work in 
such a line that we can hope to stop the mouths of gainsayers. (2) It is 
by such means that we can hope to carry out the full aim of mission work. 
Christ's commission was given not simply to the apostles, but to the Church 
as a whole. It includes not alone the mere heralding of the good news, but 
also every means which may either proximately or ultimately bear upon 
that end. " These means are both numerous and various." Some are more 
important and some less. Some produce immediate and some remote ix- 
sults. Some act alone, some are effective only in combination. " But any 
or all of them tend to carry out the great commission and are to be faithful- 
ly used. The commission of our Lord is broadly comprehensive, and means 
not simply that the Church is to seek to make merely great numbers of in- 
dividual disciples. It means more than that, it looks even to the discipling 
of nations. The whole national life must be infiltrated with the high mo- 
rality and saving influences of the gospel. It means the utter overthrow of 
heathenism, and the complete destruction of national evils. It means the 
weaving into society, through and through, Christian ideas." It means the 
rich as well as the poor, the learned as well as the ignorant. In a word, to 
give the world all the blessings which Christianity has to bestow. In or- 
der to secure this end, not alone numbers, but also quality and efficic-ncy in 
securing the conversion of others is essential. Christ has forever placed 
high estimate upon educational work in missions in the conversion of Paul. 
(3) It is true that Christ and his disciples founded no such institutions. 
Neither did they organize Sunday-schools such as we have them in tliese 
days, nor theological schools splendidly equipped and endowed. They sim- 
ply did the best they could with the means at their hand. And that is all 
that God requires of us, and that much he does require. (4) "WV nei-d this 
educational work to aid in providing an intelligent, effective, reliable minis- 
try. (5) We need such institutions to provide Christian educators, ((i) AVe 
need educational institutions of such a nature to carry on the work of Bible 
translations and important Christian literary work generally. (7) We need 
it as a means of gaining a(;cess to the more educated circles of Japan. (8) 
We need it also for the sake of furnishing an educated and intelligent laity. 
With such a laity and ministry, with God's blessing, the Church will be 
well buttressed against the attacks of an educated skepticism. It \vill also 
have within it a better safeguard from the encroachments of siipt rstitioii. 

One of the great difficulties in the way of the establishment of such a 
school in the past has been the want of a sufficient force of missionaries. 
We have not had the men to spare for that work. In this country of such 
well-equipped government schools it requires a good teaching force, of a 
high order of talent, both native and foreign. God, in his good providence 
and by the guidance of his Spirit, having brought about a union of our 
Church and that of the United Church of Christ in Japan, we have iiow 
such a combination of forces as to make the inauguration of sucli an insti- 
tution feasible. At a joint meeting of the two Presbyterian Missions now 
working in Osaka— the Presbyterian Church, North, together with a n'pre- 
sentiitive of the Presbyterian Church, Sf)utii, and the Cumberland Presbyte- 
rian Mission— it was resolved to take steps looking to the establishment of a 
first-class educational institution, with a full literary course and a theological 
course in the vernacular. The development of this work was put into the 



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hands of a committee of two members of the Presbyterian Cliurch, North, 
and two of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, both Missions located in 
Osaka, and one member from the Presbyterian Church, South, located in a 
neighboring province. The institution is to be located in the city of Osaka. 
The importance of this location can be seen at a glance on any good map of 
Japan. In its favor are several considerations: (1) The size of the place 
itself. There is here a po])ulation, actual and floating, of some six hundred 
thousand. (2) It is the great business center of Japan. (3) There is now 
no first-class Christian college here. (4) It is immediately contiguous to 
our work. It is where we now have our greatest number of missionaries. 
Young men educated here will be more apt to come back to us, or rather 
Ktay with us, than when educated at other centers, even though their edu- 
cation iisay be attained in schools of the same (United) Church. (5) The 
fovernment college formerly located in Osaka was recently removed to 
[^yoto, and there is now no college in this place, either Christian or govern- 
mental. (G) Laud in the city in healthy locations can be had comparatively 
cheap. 

It was also decided to open the work, if possible, not later than next Sep- 
tember. The financial proportion of th(- work which our Board are re- 
quested to ask the Church to furnish is $5,000; $3,500 of this is for the 
Bcho(jl property proper, and $1,.500 for residence for the missionary engaged 
in that work. Inasmuch as this amount is but a just and equitable appor- 
tionment, you are earnestly requested to assume it, and so increase our 
facilities for the establishment of the kingdom of our Lord. 

At a meeting of the t^ynod of the United Church of Christ in Japan, held 
in the city of Tokyo in May, 1880, a conmiittee of five, three native breth- 
ren and two foreign missionaries, were appointed to confer with the Japan- 
ese Cumberland Presbyterian Church on the subject of Church union. The 
United Church (Nipponichi Kyokwai) is composed of the American Pres- 
byterian Church, North, the Presbyterian Church, South, German Eeformed, 
Dutch Reformed, and the United Presbyterian Church of Scotland. They 
offered as a basis of union the Declaratory Act of the United Presbyterian 
Church of Scotland. Our Church appointed two native brethren and two 
missionaries as their Counnittee on L nion, and after having voted Church 
by Church in favor of the proposed union, gave the committee full powers 
to arrange for its consummation. Inasmuch as our own General Assembly 
had already declared that the union upon such a basis would meet its ap- 
probation, the native Church assented all the more cordially thereto. The 
respective committees having met, it was arranged that the Churches in 
the province of Kil and in Osaka should be enrollefl in the Naniwa Presby- 
tery, and the Tokyo Chun'h in the Tokyo S(>cond Presbytery. The Churches 
will send their representatives to the spring meeting of their respective 
Presbyti'ries. The following is the Declaratory Act on the basis of which 
our union has been effected : 

Whkkeas, The formula in which the Subordinate Standards of this Church 
are aciepted requires assent to them as an exhibition of the sense in which 
the Scriptures are understood : 

Whekeas, Thcsi- Standards, being of human composition, are necessarily 
imperfect, and the Church has already allowed exception to be tiiken to 
their teaching, or supposed teaching, on one important subject : and 

Wheueas, There are other subjects in regard to which it has been found 
desirable to set forth more fully antl clearly the view which the Synod takes 
of the teaching of the Holy Scriptures : tlu'refore the Synod hereby declares: 

(1) That in regard to the doctrines of human redemption taught in the 
Standards, and in consistency therewith, the love of God to all mankind, 
his gift of his Son to be the jn-opitiation for the sins of this whole world, 
and the free offer of salvation to men, without distinction, on the ground of 
Christ's perfect sacrifice, are matters which have bei'n, and continue to be, 
regarded by this Church as viUd in the system of go.spel truth, and to which 
due prominence ought ever to be given: 

(2) That the doctrine of the divine decrees, including the doctrine of 
election unto eternal life, is held in connection and harmony with the 
truth tliat (lod is not willing that any should perish, but that all should 



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come to repentauco ; and that he has pmvided salvation snfficient for all, 
adapted to all, and ottered to all in the gospel : and also with the responsi- 
bility of ever}' man for his dealing with the free and nnre-strieted olier of 
eternal life: 

(?>) That the doctrine of man's total depravity and of his loss of all abil- 
ity or will to any spiritual good aceompanying salvation is not held as im- 
piyiag such a eondition of man's nature as would atiect his responsibility 
under the law of God and the gospel of Christ; or tiuit he does not experi- 
ence the striving and restraining influenees of the Spirit of God : or that he 
can not perform actions which do not spring from a renewed heart, are not 
spiritually good and holy — such as aceom])any salvation. 

(4) That while none are saved except through the mediation of Christ, 
and by the grace of his Holy Spirit, who worketb. when and where and 
how it pleaseth him ; who, while the duty of Si.'nding the gospel to the 
heathen who are sunk in ignorance, sin, and misery, is clear and impera- 
tive; and while the "outward and ordinary means of salvation for those 
capable of being outwardly called by the Lord are the ordinances of the 
gospel: in accepting the Standards it is not required to be held that any 
who die in infancy are lost, or that God may not extend his grace to any 
without the pale of ordinary means, as it may seem good in his sight : * 

(7) That in accordance M'ith the practice hitherto observed in this Church, 
liberty of opinion is allowed on such points in the Standards, not entering 
into tlie substance of the faith, as the interpretation of the six days in the 
Mosaic account of creation, the Church guarding against the abuse of this 
liberty to the injury of the Church. 

These are the articles of the Declaratory Act which relate to the doctrinal 
liberty we have in the United Church. 

This union in no wise changes our work as a Mission. AVe simply thereby 
unite with the missionaries of the other six Presbyterian bodies and Boards 
in building up the one Church upon the basis of our common Presbyterian- 
ism. We feel sure that all who love our Lord supremely, and adnjire 
Presbyteriauism as a polity with great possibilities, will rejoice with us that 
by his Spirit and the leadings of his providence, this union has been eti'ected. 

The missionaries of your Board have been located the past year in Wak- 
ayama, Nagoya, Yokaichi, and Osaka. Rev. and Mrs. Hudson havi' lived 
in Wakayama, but the permission to reside there having exjiired during 
the year, they can no longer hold their residence in that place, and iiiust 
soon return to s(.)me open port. 

In addition to the usual language study they have given themselvi's to 
the work in its various openings There has been the usual work in Bible 
teaching, preaching, and endless private counselings with the native breth- 
ren. Mrs. Huilson, also, has devoted herself to women's meetings for Bible 
8tu<ly and Christian work. Mrs. Drennan still resides in and contiiuu'S her 
work at Nagoya. Th(> little band of active Chi'istians in that place now num- 
bers thirty-two. It has a society of Christian Endeavor with a mendiership 
of twenty-nine. From the tuition of the girls' s('hoc>l and night classes they 
contributed some $35 in opening of the work in the ni'ighboring town of 
Yokaichi. They are also making regular Sunday contributions for the erec- 
tion of a Church l)uilding. Nagoya is a place where the old jirejudices 
against Christianity are still kept alive by a bigoted priestliood. Miss Rez- 
ner, wbo has been working with IMrs. Drennan at Nagoya, was in view of 
the needs of the developing opportunities transferred to Yokaichi, province 
of Ise, on the 13th of June. Her labors have been conlined principally to 
that ]>hice. The results have been quite encouraging and there is now the 
promise of a Church there with many elements of usefulness. Their con- 
tributions to missions have averaged more than one dollar per member. Miss 
DuHield continueil to render assistance in the Mission Girl's School in Osaka 
until the close of the last scholastic year in June. At the end of that time 
in resptmse to an invitaticm from some of the native Christians, and at the 
request of the Mission she arranged to return to the interior work beginning 
with Sc|)tember. Her tii-ld covers the Churches in Wakayama. Hikata.aml 
Naga. In speaking of all the interior places of work wln;re we have mis- 

<'Thi8 paragraph is very defective — can not be parsed. — T. C. B., 8. C. 



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Hiomiries, it will be necessary, in (jnier to get an aiU'(^uate idea uf it to re- 
member that the names of the smaller towns mean not simply one place of 
80 many inluibitants, bnt clusters of scattered towns and villages to be vis- 
ited. The above three names cover a wide territory and scores of villages. 
The woman's work in such fields is of various kinds and in divers locations. 
She is meeting with many encouraging results. 

Mrs. Van Ilorn has been giving Tier strength to the Mission Scliool, and 
with tlie exception of a few hours of daily language study she has given all 
her time to tliis work. Mr. Van Horn, in view of the,demands of the school 
work, has given much time and assistance thereto. This was deemed neces- 
sary until tlie arrival of the Misses Morgan. He lias aided the Young Peo- 
ple's Christian Endeav^or Sijciety, taught various English classes, availed 
himself of various opportunities to preach, and aided in Sabbath-school in- 
struction. Miss May Morgan since her arrival has taken the drpartment of 
music in the Mission School. Miss Agnes Morgan has begun her work in 
English teaching in tlie same institution. Mrs. J. B. Hail has carried on the 
woman's work in the Osaka First Church. Mrs. A. D. Hail has had charge of 
the same work in the Second Church. Miss Leavitt has operated upon trav- 
eling passports farther interior, principally with the Churches of Shingu 
and Tanabe. Her vacation was spent in work with the Wakayania church. 
She was with tlu-m during the time of the flood at that jilace. Ilei- time has 
been given largely to the development of the spiritual life of thi- Church 
member.ship. Being with the Churches at Shingu and Tanabe immediately 
after the lioods from which they suffered so heavily, her work has been 
timely aiul under a conjunction of providences tliat will doubtless prove a 
ready soil for her labors. The other members of the Mission have been al- 
most exclusively engaged in the more direct evangelistic work. 

The Wilmina Girls' School, considering the manifest reaction against for- 
eigners, has held on its way very encouragingly. There has been an enroll- 
ment for the year of 103 pupils in all departments. There has been an average 
attendance of sixty-seven. The number of boarding scholars enrolled, thir- 
ty-four; average number of boarders, twenty-four. Eighteen of the board- 
ing jiupils are professing Christians, six having been converted during the 
3'ear. Of those entering the past year only two were not CUiristians. This 
fact under all the circumstances shows an awakening interest upon the part 
of the Christians in the work of Christian education for women. It may also 
indicate that more and more our constituency must Ix' the I'ising Church. 
An effort is being made to gather together a library, school furniture, and 
apparatus. Some few contributions toward this end have been made which 
encourage us to hope that further efforts will be made in this line. A girls' 
school in this country needs just the same kind of appliances as those in 
American institutions of a similar grade. 

This year adds two new Churches to our roll, one at Nagoya, and one at 
Tokyo. There is also a band of (Miristians at Yokaichi whicli will soon be 
ready for recognition as a Church. The Mission Board of the native Church 
have maintained two young men in the theological schools and one travel- 
ing evangelist. The former spiiid their vacation in mission work and so re- 
ceive their maintainance in school and during vacations an their compensa- 
tion. The Wakayama Church lost its chun-h house a year ago by a heavy 
typhoon. It suffered also from the floods of the past \'ear, but is neverthe- 
less setting bravely to work to rebuild. This gnat lo.ss together with the 
washing out of the crops in the adjoining valleys by tlie waters, and the 
consequent derangement of business will make this a heavy liurden to car- 
ry. Mr. Yamada, of the Nagoya Church, made a ])roposition to the Mission 
in regard to the boys' school in the city of Nagoya. His agreement forwarded 
through Mrs. Drennan was, that he would for the consideration of thirty yen 
per month and the neces.sary force for English teaching, supply the needed 
Japanese teachers, ai)])aratas, and buildings. The importsmce of Nagoya as 
a great mission center induced the Mission to accept the proposition subject 
to the approval of the Board. It was further agreed, upon the part of Mr. 
Yamada, that the half of the tuition receive*! would be set down to the credit 
of the Mission. 

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diately iivailuble for this work. With the proper English teaching force, it 
was confidently believi-d that the work would soon be in such a condition 
as to relieve the Board of anj- further expense for its niaintaiuance. A fur- 
ther advantage of such a school is that it would furnish an honorable way 
for a missionary to reside in tlie interior. A foreigner can not resitie in the 
interior of Japan without being in the employ of tlie government or of some 
native. A missionary in the school of Mr. Yamada would thus not only be 
availing himself of an agency valuable in itself as a Christian arrangement, 
but a legal way of interior residence for evangelistic work. 

We want again to call your attention to the great need we have for addi- 
tional missionaries. But for the union already spoken of it would have 
been necessary this year to have asked the Church for not less than six or- 
dained ministers. C)ur union, however, makes it possible for us to ask for 
only half that number. Tlie council of foreign missionaries of the United 
Church heartily approve of the application of tlie Cumberland Presliyterian 
Mission for three young men for the evangelistic work. There are various 
reasons for this request. (1) As already intimated in this as well as in other 
Annual Reports, the law of averages in regard to the length of time missiona- 
ries can sustain uninterrupted years of labor without needed rest and recu- 
peration, is such as to make it uncertain how much longer our present num- 
bers can be retained in the field. The number of new men asked for would 
not niuch more than meet the emergencies liable to arise at any time on ac- 
count of this fact, especially when it is remembered that fully three years 
will be necessary for language study before they (new missionaries) could 
hope to make a very intelligent beginning in the work. (2) Considering 
the number of our Church membership in America, and the fewness of our 
foreign missions and our health, we have a less number of missionaries in 
Japan than any other Presbyterian body. It seems to be a necessity in or- 
der to do our part of the work of the United Church. (3) We need this ad- 
dition in order to retain the confidence of our native Church in the ability 
of our American Church to carry out the work already inaugurated in this 
country. We must retain the confidence of the native Christians in order 
to secure the end for which we came to this land, and it is important to 
avoid any thing which would shake it in the least. (4) Another reason to 
be found is the utter inadequacy of our present force to meet the openings 
of the field which seems to be assigned to us by Providence and the consent 
of the other Missions. In this district we have three large cities, any one 
of which would be sufficiently large to justify the entire time of two or 
more missionaries. In the jjrovince of Kii is Wakayama, with a registered 
population of 54,8(58, and a floating population in addition, which can not 
on the whole be much less than 70,000. In the province of Owariat, at the 
head of the peninsulas, jNagoya, with a population of i;:}2,4i)2 exclusive of 
the unregistered population. In Osaka, tiie other head of the i:)eninsula, is 
a population in all over 000,000 souls. But such a statement of the popu- 
lations of our field, great as they are, is wholly inadeciuate unless it be also 
remembered that these cities are simply so many centers. They are cen- 
tral to their own provinces and pirfccturcs. Taking the matter by coun- 
ties we have in the country in which Wakayama is located (5.34,554 tjf a 
registered citizensiiip. In the county of which Nagoya is the county town 
is a jjopulation of over Ht5,000, while Csaka runs up to nearly one million. 
Tills leaves out of the count the Province of Ise, of whidi Yokaichi, 
where Miss Kezner has been working, is an important town. In this prov- 
ince are (571, 7o4 inhabitai:ts. But taking the number of inhabitants by 
States and combinations of provinces, or counties under a governor, we get 
a still more impressive idea of the needs of the work. In tliis way of reck- 
oning, Osaka is thi' ciiief city in a population of 2, 501, 2i)5- -Wakayama the 
chief city in Mie with a citizenship of 001, (508 — Nag(jya the i)rincipal town 
in Ai(;iii Ken, with its 1,420,480 souls. The valley in whicii Osaka is located 
contains all in all one sixth of the population of this empire of 40,000,000 

f>eople. As we think of these Christiess millions in this field to which (lod 
las directed us, a fii'ld ripe and ready for the harvesters, and tiie reapers so 
few, who can do otherwise than pray the Lord, wlio ripens all, that he 
would thrust forth more laborers into Ids hai-vest ? In %-iew of our needs, and 



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the nuuibt'rs graduated frftiu our colk'gis and th('(jlogi<'al school who take 
a deep interest in tlie work, is it not evident that tlie Churcli is holding l)ack 
from our Lord the dew of his young men? 

The past year has witnessed the advent, with zeal only exceeded by their 
method, of the Y. M. C. A. of the American College into this field as aux- 
iliary to the other bodies now working liere. Mr. \Vishard traveling in this 
interest in foreign lands had a very successful campaign in Japan organiz- 
ing Y. M. C. A. Societies in various government institutions, as well as in 
the Christian schools. Gracious revivals of 7-eligion were an incident of the 
work. Mr. Swift, of Tokyo, is the agent of this work resident in Japan. 
He has many valuable coadjutors in the Christian young men from Amer- 
ica teaching in various government schools. 

Our thanks are due to the timely and efficient co-operation of Rev. H. C. 
Loomis as agent of the American Biljle Society, and also of the American 
Tract Society. These agencies are of inestimable value to the work. They 
deserve a warm sympathy and interest in your prayers and co-operation. 

We earnestly recoiimiend for the pivsent year, as usual, tliat you request 
the continuance of the day of prayer for Foreign ]Missions. We need such 
prayer as missionaries under the present circumstances in Ja]>an. We 
need it on account of our own inherent weakness ; the greatness of all the 
powers against which we must work, and that we may be wise in a(ijusting 
ourselves to the circumstances which grow naturally out of inadequate co- 
operation upon the part of the Church at home. Special prayer is a seed 
that (iod would raise uj) an earnest corps of native pastors and (.'vangelists. 
Also that thanksgiving be matU' to God for the success given, for the open- 
ings which he has made for us, and for the union of our common Preshy- 
terianism in our one common work of evangelizing this nation. 

We recommend also the usual contingent fund. This fund is to provide 
(1) for unforeseen emergencies that may arise; (2) for the expenses of the 
evangelistic work, our proportion as a Mission to the various incidental 
expenses of our United Church, and other usual contingencies. 

We also ask for the usual appropriations for the Girls' School, and the 
means necessary to inaugurate the Boys' Training Scliool. 

We earnestly call for three young men for the evangelistic work. They 
are needed, at the latist, by the ensuing fall ; one could be jirofitably located 
at Nagoya, and two at Wakayama. A. D. Hail, 

Japan Mission, Osaka, Japan, January 28, 1890. Con-esponding Secretary. 

Your Board lieartily commend the zeal and enterprise of your mission- 
aries in Japan, and recommend indorsement of the union effected, and 
ask your favorable consideration of the proposed co-operation in educa- 
tional work, the ai)propriation of funds needed therefor, and that the Mis- 
sion be reinforct'd ju.st as soon as adapted workers shall tender tln'ir services. 

Missions in Mexico. 

The work in Mexico, considering the peculiarities of the field, and the 
small force employed, has progressed very satisfactorily. 

As will be seen from the herewith aiipended reports from our mission- 
aries, it has been nujre a year of seed-sowing than of reaping, and there is 
reason for sanguine expectations that a good harvest will be the result. 

Mexico is a highly important held for our Church, and strong reinforce- 
ments of lal)orers and means sliould hi* sent to it. " Pray ye, therefore, the 
Lord of the harvest," that it may be impressed on the minds of men and 
women to go or send to help rescue this, our neighbor, from religious delu- 
sion, and lift upward to a pure faitii in Christ Jesus. 

Aguascaluntc's. — Your missionary for this [)Iace, in addition to the regular 
work, has had the oversight of the building of the new chapel during the 
last year, which has drawn very largely upon his time. Five members 
have been received and baptized, and oni' infant. The Church now has a 
membership of ten atlults. Collections, ;;17.00, American mom^y. 

Our chapel is ueariug completion, and we expect Dr. Bell to dedicate it in 
June. We thank God and the Church for this building, and expect greater 



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returns for the money expended in its construction than from any other 
investment matle by the ^Iist^ion. Every intlieation is that the interest in 
the \ve)rk will ^eatly ineretii^e after we shall have occupied our own build- 
injr Since the last report a printinp-press, the gift of ChiMren's Bauds, 
has been receiveil and put to work. Besides tract and strictly local work, 
we expect to begin the publication of a small paper, which we hope will 
be one of the most practical means of propagating the gospel. 

The school was discontinued in September last, because it was thought 
best to send our teacher tc> San Pedro of the Guanajuato Mission, a wider 
field being apparently opened to us there, and as yet we have no suitable 
person to till his place here. 

A»ie7ito$.—\\'e liave continued Aisiting this place during the year, and, 
notwithstiinding the very obstinate opposition, .the labor luis not been with- 
out fruit. None have been baptized, but several have iisked for baptism. 
A chapel for regular preaching services luus not been opened, lus we do not 
consider the town ripe for that yet. We have also visited Hincou de Ko- 
mos, but as yet there are few indications of good accomplished. No new 
work has been opened during the y>-ar, owing to the close confinement of 
your missionary to the central station, overlooking the work on the chapel. 
We hope to greatly enlarge our eAangelical eti'orts during this year. 

Needs. — We should be re-inforceil by at least one missionary this year, 
and provision made for a chapel in Guanajuato. 

Guanajuato. — The following report of our first year's work in Guanajuato 
is herein submitted : 

The work in the city has been very much like usual city mission work in 
many respects. The fact that a flourishing congregation of more than a 
hundred members of another denomination already exists, worshiping in 
conmiodious quarters owned by their Board, makes it somewhat against us 
to have to Worship in the largest room of our little home. This with other 
unavoidable causes has made our attendance small. 

We have held regularly two preaching services each Sabbath. Sunday- 
school anil midweek prayer-meeting. I also have a class of eight young 
men studying English. S'ot wishing to build upon the foundation of anoth- 
er, effort have been directed outside of the other congregation as far as pos- 
sible. 

No organization has been attempted nor persons baptized, because to my 
mind the demonilized condition of fallen humanity in Mexico, demand's 
that " fruits meet for repentance'' shall first be of a very decided character. 
It is our intention to organize as soon as proper material is available, and 
the Spirit may direct. 

THE SCHOOL.S. 

The first of October last we opened the Boys' .School in San Pedro, a 
mining villagi' some eight miles distant. There were one hundred and 
twenty names enrolled before vacation, the middle of November. It was 
re-opened the first of January, and now has a daily attendant-e of eighty, 
with one hundred and four on roll. A Girls' School was also stiirted which 
has forty-two enrolled, and a daily attendance of thirty-five. With the aid 
of the teacher of the Boys' School, we hold two services and a Sunday-school 
each week. Then.' are three or four families who seem much interested, 
and some have requested baptism. 

La Lu2. — We began holding regular serWces once a week in this place 
which is some two ami a half miles beyond San Pedro, and consiilerably 
larger. The doors and windows are always crow<led with curious ILsteners, 
but few have the moral courage to enter and join the worship. 

There are about a half dozen souls wh<i seem really inten-sted. 

For these small beginnings, for the tiiNt year, we thank Goil, take new 
courage, and press on. A. H. Wh.\ti.ey. 

F. P. Lawvek." 
IsDi.\x Mission.^.. 

The Cherokee Council has again declined to recognize the right of our 
Church to occupy the land upon which Hogau Institute stands. The use 



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of the proj)erty, however is secured through the individual t-laiin of a na- 
tive — a brother in the Church and devoted friend, between whom and Rev. 
N. J. Crawford, the energetic Superintendent oi the work, a contract accord- 
ingly has existed from the founding of the Im<titute. In addition to its other 
goo<l work, the Woman's Boanl continues to suppt>rt Mrs. Phelps, the effi- 
cient Prinripal of the School. 

Rev. J. H. Dickerson, Superintendent in the Chickjisaw and the Choc-taw 
district, after years of service, has resigned, and he leaves the field highly 
esteemed for his self-t<acrificing devotion to his duties. The vacancy will be 
filled as soon as practicable. The Board will not forego just here emphatic- 
ally expressing its solemn conviction that workers and means should be sup- 
plied for reinforcing our toiling missionaries among the.se ciN-ilized trilxs. 
and moreover that a helping hand shouUl be extended to the two hundred 
thousand wiM Indians who have scarcely heard whether there be a Savior. 

Alaska. 

Correspondence is pending with the Commission of Education with en- 
couraging prospects of securing the appointment of one of our young preach- 
ers as a teacher in Alaska on .salarj- to be paid by the government. The ap- 
pointment may lead to the opening of a Cumberland Presbyterian Mission. 
Your Board express their appreciation of the generous sjnrit shown by Dr. 
Sheldon Jacksf»n. the Educational Agent for Ala.ska, in his efforts to open 
the way for our Church to take part in working that important field. 

Bowling Green (Ky.) Colored School. 

No report from the Principal has come to hand. The President of your 
Board \-isited and lectured to the school during the last winter and conferred 
with a majority of the Directors. 

The school itself and its conduct have not materially changed since last 
AKsembly. The propose* 1 improvements have not been made. A portion 
of the funds subscribed has been paid, but it was thought best to await the 
action of the General Assembly in regani to the school and its interests 
before attempting to build. 

The in.stitution is neither what it should be, nor what it can become, if 
duly fostered by its friends, white and colored. 

The statesman may dLsc-uss the question, What shall be done with the sev- 
en millions of Africo-Americans ; the Christian must consider what shall be 
done for them. The State secures the privilege of a common school educa- 
tion ; the Church (white) — with the co-operation of the Church (colored), 
can vouch-safe to them a Christian education and the training of their spirit- 
ual ad\'isers. 

City Missions. 

Abilene, Texas. — Rev. D. C. DeWitt. .Accessions on profession, IS; by 
letter, 27; membership, 70; average attendance at preaching. 100; at Sab- 
bath-school, 60 ; at prayer-meeting. .'i5; contributions for support of pastor, 
$124; Foreign Mis.sious, S2.oO; Home Missions, S4; MinLsterial Relief, $ti; 
paid on property V»y members, $tiOO; by others, $1,240; value of property, 
J2,o(X) ; liabilities to Church-erection Fund. $2lX>. 

Be»!^Tner, Ala. . Church building on an eligible lot haWng 

iK^n put in condition to be used, the pulpit has been supplied for a time by 
autliority of the Presbjterv. 

Bfifrly, Ohio. — Rev. R. J. Beard. Accessions on profession, 48; member- 
ship. Hit; contributions for support of pastor, $2^»."i..»>0 ; value of property, 
$«),<HX). Still in litigation, but the niLssionary considers pro.spects hopeful, 
and that litigation will soon end. 

Colorado, r«'j-«*.^Rev. W. H. Brown. .Accessions on profession, 1 ; by let- 
ter. 2; membership. (i2; resident membership, .S4; average attendance at 
preaching. ♦10; .'^unday-school. oO; prayer-meeting, 20; contributions for sup- 
port of pastor, $i:i7; Foreign Missions, $6.77; Home Mission.s, $16.4.5; Min- 
isterial Relief, S5; miscellaneous, $6.90; value of property, $;i,000. 



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Danville, Bl. — Rev. A. B. Buchanan. Accessions on profession, 3; by let- 
ter, 12; membersliip, 14-3; average attendance at preaching, 100; .Sunchiy- 
school, 165; prayer-meeting, oO; contributions for support of pastor, $208; 
Foreign Missions, .?4:i ; Home Missions, $10.90; education, $10.00; Ministe- 
rial Relief, $14; miscellaneous, $o40.;)6; paid on projjerty by members, $10; 
value of property, $5,000. 

Eugene City, Oregon. — Rev. G. A. Blair. Membership, 91 ; average attend- 
ance at preaching, 200 ; Sunday-school, 75 ; prayer-meeting, 100 ; contribu- 
tions for support of pastor, $t)50 ; Foreign Missions, $25; Home Missions, 
$28.90 ; Ministerial Relief, $7 ; miscellaneous, $100 ; paid on property by 
members, $800 ; others, $25; value of property, $.■>, 000. 

Fredonia, Kansas. — Rev. M. C. Long. Accessions on profession, 2 ; by let- 
ter, 7; membership, oO; average attendance at preaching, 80; Sunday- 
school, 40; prayer-meeting, 12; contributed for support of pastor, $116.85; 
Foreign Missions, $2 ; Home Missions, $4 ; Ministerial Relief, $3 ; paid on 
property by members, $500; bv others, $5; value of property, $3,000; lia- 
bilities, '$600. 

Fort Scott, Kansas. — Rev. L. A. Sadler (resigned). Accessions on profes- 
.sion, 9; by letter, 2; membership, Mi; average attendance at preaching, 75; 
Sunday-school, 65; prayer-meeting, 20; contrilmted liir support of pastor, 
$4; Foreign Missions, $8; Home Missions, ; Education, $1.70; Minis- 
terial Relief, $3.22; paid on property by members, $50; by others, $125; 
value of property, $:),000 ; liabilities, $13. 

Fort Smith, Ark. — Rev. S. H. McElvain. Accessions on profession, 13; by 
letter, 11; membership, 74, ten of th-m non-residents; average attendance 
at preaching, 100; Sunday-school, 125; prayer-meeting, 35; contributed for 
support of pastor, $320; Foreign Missions, $10; Home Missions, $14.08; 
education, $5.50; Ministerial Relief, $6.70; miscellaneous, .$301; for Sun- 
day-school, $100.10 ; paid on property by members, $25 ; by others, $26.40 ; 
value of property, $2,500, exclusive of an extra lot, worth $5,000, the title 
of which has been in question. 

Garden City, Kansas. — Rev. George I). Willingham (resigned). Acces- 
sions on profession, 1; by letter, 8; meml)ership, 50, resident 27, non-resi- 
dent — ; average attendance at preaching, 60 ; Sunday-school, 92 ; prayer- 
meeting, 18; contributed for pastor's supi>ort, $407.65; Home Missions, 
$4.82; Ministerial Relief, $3.98 ; paid on property l)y membtrs, $145.60; by 
others $104.65; value of property, $2,500; liabilities to Church-erection 
Fund, $600. 

Kno.vviUe, Tenn. — Rev. A. W. Hawkins. Report to January 1. Acces- 
sions on profession, 2; by letter, i>; membersliip, 180; average attendance 
at preaching, 200; Sumlay-scliool, 1:50; prayer-meeting, 35; contributed 
for pastor's supi^ort, $3:50; Foreign Missions, $46.15; Home Missions, $(>0.22; 
education, $11.:53; Ministerial R"lief, $21.95; miscllaneous, $50; paid on 

Property by members, $1,710, and by otliers, $1,400; value of prop.rty, 
18,000; liabilities to Church-erection Fund, $1,500; became self-sustaining, 
January 1, 1890. 

Leoti, Kansas. — Rev. J. C. Moore. Accessions on profession, 2 ; by letter, 
4; membership, ;^6; average attendance at preaching, 60; Sunday-school, 
45; prayer-meeting, 15; contributed for pastor's support, $:i50; Foreign 
Missions, $4; Home Missions, $5 ; education, $1.50; paid on property by 
members, $500; by others, $25 ; value of property, $800 ; liabilities, $50. 

Louisville, JT?/.— R<'V. B. D. Cockrill. Ac(;essions on profession, 10; by 
Iftti'r, 7; niembcrslii]), 80 enrolled; avrrage atti'udance at iircachiiig, 50; 
Suiulay-school, 45; i)rav"r-meeting, 8; eoutril)uted for pastor's support, 
$(5:52.40; Foreign .Missions, $10.()1 ; lloim- Missions, $11.42; Minist<rial Re- 
lief, $11.05; miscellaneous, $400; value of property, .$22,000; liabilities, to 
Church-erection Fund, money loaned, $400, and $20!) jiaid on the' property 
by a third party, the .Mission having assumed t*-) account in du • tinu- to the 
Board of Missions for the same. 

Memphis, Tenn.—Wvw. W. H. Buntin. .\ccessions on profession, (5; by 
letter, 3; membi-rsliip, 40; averag' attendaiK-i' at iireaching, :-50; Sunday- 
school, 26; prayt-r-uiHcting, 14; contributed for pastor's sui)port, $;184 ; For- 
eign Missions, $5; Home .Mi.ssions, $13.85; education, $;5.2o; Ministerial 



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Relief, $3; miscellaneous, .$80; paid on property by memljt-rs, S:>S; value 
of property, $4,000. 

Meridian, M.ss.— Rev. R. A. Cody (resigned). Accessions on profession, 
7; by letter, 5; members! lij), ()9, resident; average attendance at luvacliing, 
50; Sundav-school, 50; prayer-meeting, 20; contributed for pastor's sup- 
port, $22() ;" for supply, $18.S ; Foreign :\Ii.ssions, $:J7.:W ; Home Missi(jns, $28 ; 
education, S2S); Ministerial Relief, $20; misc Uan^ous, $50; paid on prop- 
erty by members, $550; by otliers, $150; value of property, $(i,000. This 
Mission would have '.nddently become self-supporting l)y this time, had it 
not been for the serious illn(!ss of the very efficient missionary pastor dur- 
ing most of the j'ear. The Mission was loth to accept his resignation, but 
after niany months consented. Rev. T. N. Hartman will succeed him. 

San Antonio, Texas. — Rev. J. A. Francis. It was found needful to erect a 
new church building, and the missionary, under the direction of tlie Board, 
has been engaged in coll''( ting funds therefor. The neAV brick structure is 
now readv for use bv the congregation so lonii homeless. Value of prop- 
erty, $10,000; liabilities t(j Church-erection Fund, $1,S00. 

Snn Diego, Cal — Rev. L. L. Clay, by contract with tlie Mission, has sup- 
plied th.' pulpit. Tiie Board expect to commence working the field soon. 
Value of property, .$3,000 ; title is in the Board; liabilities to Church-erec- 
tion Fund, $500. 

Scott City, Kan. — .*^upplied iiy Rev. E. L. Ash more. Accessions on profes- 
sion, 1; raeml)ership, 21; average attendance at preaching, 55; Sunday- 
school, 40; prayer-meeting, 10; contril^uted for support of supply, .$220; 
HoiJie Missions, $7.30; Ministerial Relief, .$5; miscellaneous, .$7:;; j)aid on 
property by mend)ers, $50; value of property, $15,500; liabilities, Church- 
erecrtion Fund, $.">()0 ; and to Lumber Company, $75. 

Shejfield, Ala. — Tlie meud)ers of this Mission have held no regular services, 
' having wisely determined to se(aire first a comfortaVjle Church home. An 
attractive brick edifice on an eligible lot has been nearly completed. Value 
of property, $1,500; liabilities, $500, to Ciiurch-erection Fund. 

Springfield, III. — Rev. C. G. Watson Accessions on profession, 1; by let- 
ter, :>; membership, 28; average att'-ndance at preaching, 48; Sunday-school, 
(52; prayer-meeting, 10; contributed tor pastor's support, $85; Fon ign Mis- 
sions, .$().80; Home Missions, $5; ^Ministerial Relief, $S.oO; miscellaneous, 
$77; for Sunday-.school, $75; value of property, $2,500; liabilities to Van- 
dalia Presbytery, $531. 

St. Joseph, Mo. — Rev. Alonzo Pearson. Accessions on profession, 10; by 
letter, 15; membership, 100; average attendance at preaching, 250; Sunday- 
scliool, 80; prayer-meeting, 35; cmitril^uted to pastor's .salar\' $408; Foreign 
Missions, $-38.88; Home Missions, $10.10; education, $20; Ministerial Re- 
lief, $20; miscellaneous, $100; value of property, $0,000. 

Stockton, Cal — Rev T. A. Cowan. No annual statement has been received 
from this Mission The monthly reports during the year show the work to 
be in a very prosperous and growing condition. 

Texarkana, Texas.— Rev J. R. Crawford Aci:essions on profession, 4; l)y 
letter, 24; membership, 28; average attendance at preaching, 200; Sunday- 
school, 40; praver-meeting, 30; collected for building j)urposes, $.3,331.96; 
value of property, $0,500; liabilities, $1,500. 

Topeka, Kan. — Rev, N. 1). Johnson. Accessions on profefision, 14; by 
letter, 13; mendiership, 24; average attendance at preacliing, 75; Sunday- 
school, 120; prayer-meeting, 20; contrilMitions for colored scIkjoI, .$83; Min- 
isterial Relief, $.3; 'paid on pro])erty by mendjers, .$370.50; by others .$2,187 - 
CO; value of proi)erty, ; liabilities, $2,000. 

Tijler, Texas. — Rev. R. T. Plnllips. Acce.ssions on profession, 22; by let- 
ter, (5; membership, 50; average attendance at preaching, 00; Sunday-school, 
08; prayer-meeting, 10; contributed for pastor's support, $130; Home Mis- 
sions, $18; Ministerial Relief, $5; miseellanecnis, $177; paid on proi)erty by 
members, .$250; by others $350 ; value of properly, S(),000; liabilities, $775"; 
of which $225 were loaned from the Church-erection Funrl. 

Wellington, A'(///. -Kev. T. W. I'eniek. .\ccessions on profession, 20; by 
letter, 11; membership, 58; average attendance at preaching, 110; Sunday- 
school, GO; prayer-meeting, 30 ; contributed for pastor's support, $44(5; Home 



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Missions, $(i; Ministerial Relief, S8. 50 ; paid on property bv members and 
citizens, $1,928; by Wichita Presbytery, $85; value of property, $4,000. 

Titles to propeily in Pueblo and OheiTyvale remain in the Board, and 
there is no chancre of purpose to renew operations at each place when more 
favorable conditions shall justify the expenditure of missionary money. 
Evangelist Rev. P. Mc(vluny having withdrawn from Southwestern Kansas, 
Dermot and adjacent points served by him are left to be supplied at the 
plciisure of local organizations. 

Rev. R. L. Vannice, appointed in September missionary evangelist for 
Iowa, served for a time with marked efficiency. Although indications were 
verj' flattering that his mission would greatly promote the cause in that 
State, he, with the approbation of tlie Synodical Committee and the Board, 
accepted a call to the Waukon Church. 

With special pleasure it is herein recorded that the Woman's Board, with 
usual zeal and patient toil, has, as hitherto, sustained a most valuable auxil- 
iary relation to your Boartl, and has during the year reinforced the Japan 
Mission with two moi-e lady missionaries, tlae Misses May and Agnes Mor- 
gan. 

R'V. Dr. W. H. Black having resigned as member and auditor of the 
Board, the vacancies have been filled liy the election of Mr. J. L. Secor. 

Your attention is called to the accompanying Financial Exhibit prepared 
by the Corresponding Secretary. 

The Board op Missions of thk C. P. CiniRcii. 



Financial Exhibit. 
The following exhibit shows the amount of Mission offerings received and 
disbursed through the Board during the j'^ear ending April ISO, LSilO, and the 
amount contributed through the Woman's Board, and amounts rejjorted by 
various Presbyteries as expended in Mission work within their own bounds, 
cash on band, assets, and present liabilities: 

Fcrreujn Missions— receipts. 

For (leneral Foreign Missions $10,081 11 

Tlirough the Woman's Board 9,1 17 35 

For Japan Special Ed ucation 42 50 

For Mexico Building Fund :]5 00— $19,275 96 

Ho inf. Mimons — 

For (ieneral (^ause of Missions .$9,986 88 

Through the Woman's Board 870 90 

Tlirough the Committee of the Pacific Synod 188 85 

For Special Missions 89 20— $11,080 34 

Church Erection — 

Froui collections by Agent and payments on notes.$ 1,955 10 

For interest on Loans ' .547 80—$ 2,502 40 

Other Receipts — 

For tile Missionary Record $1,278 44 

From the Woman s Board for the Missionary Rec- 
ord 884 85 

From tlie sale of the Colorado Springs property... 5,000 00 
From (himberland University for Dr. Bell's lect- 
ures " 100 00—$ 0,707 79 

Total receipts for the year $89,.5()() 49 

Cash on hand last n-port 2,487 54 

Total receipts and cash balance $42,054 08 

Cash on hand last repoit $2,487 54 

Received by the Woman's Board, but not sent to 

this office ()()0 .59- 8,i4S 18 

Total receipts at this office $88,905 90 



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.SENT DUtECT TO MIS.SIOXS. 

The followiiiji; amounts have been sent by the con- 

tributorK directly to the several missions as indicated, 

and rated the same as cash oflerings through tlie office 

of the Board : 

Abilene Mis.sion $1,240 00 

Eugene City Mission 25 00 

Fivdonia Mission 5 00 

Fort Scott Mission 125 00 

Fort 8mitli Mission 26 40 

Garden City Mission 104 65 

Knoxville Mis.sion 1,400 00 

Leoti Mission 25 00 

Meridian Mission 1,50 00 

Texarkana Mission 3,;^81 96 

Topeka Mission 2,187 60 

Tvler Mission 8.50 00 

Wellington Mission 85 00—!? 9,055 61 

I'MD TO PRESBVTERIAL MISSIONS AND REPORTED TO THE BOARD. 

Alabama Presbvterv $ 20 00 

Bacon rresbvterv..." 193 00 

Bell Fresbyterv.! 26 00 

Chillicothe Presbytery 101 00 

Coleslnirg Presbyterv 85 00 

Eden Presbvtery .' lo 00 

Elk PresbvtWy.' lOP. 00 

Ewing (Ark.) 'Presbvtery L50 00 

Ewing (111.) Presbvtery." 80 00 

Gregory Presbytery ...'. • (iO 00 

King Pre.sbytery .50 00 

Lexington Presbvterv 800 00 

McGec Presbytery...." 2,089 00 

Morgan Presbytery 91 00 

New Hope Presbvterv 168 00 

Nolin Presbvterv! '. KiO 00 

Obion Presbyterv 100 00 

Platte Presbyterv 400 00 

Ked River Presbvterv ;.. 800 00 

Kusliville Presbytery 169 00 

Sacramento Presbytery 62 00 

Salt River Presbvterv 150 00 

AVest Plains Presbvtery 17 00 

West Prairie Presbvterv 45 00 

White Rock Presbytery 65 00—$ 5,449 00 

Total $,58,410 51 

Received by the Woman's Board but not sent to 

this oflice $660 59 

Total contributions for the year from all sources... $54,071 10 

rp ^r■ DISBURSEMENTS. 

rorenjn Missions — 

To the .Ia])an Mission $11,.582 40 

To the Mexico :\lission 4.220 51— $15,802 91 

Home Mimons — 

To Salaries of Mi.'^sif)naries $ 8,518 02 

To 1 1 1 e Bo w I i n g ( i leen Sd i ool ( col ored ) 600 00 

To the Committee of the Pacific Synod 188 85 

To Special Missions 94 80—$ 9,396 17 

5 



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Chvrdt Erection — 

To the Church at San Antonio, Texas ( loaned )...$ 1,800 00 

To the Church at Abilene, Texas (loaned) 200 00 

To interest donated to Mission Churches 547 30—$ 2,547 30 

■ Oilier DisbnrsemenU — 

To Publication of Mh^ionary Record I 2,118 46 

To interest, taxes, and discounts SO 26—$ 2,193 72 

Administration. — 

To President's salary $ 1,500 00 

To President's traveling expenses 224 34 

To Corresponding Secretary's salary 1,200 00 

To Corresponding Secretary's traveling expenses 63 50 

To clerk hire 225 25 

To office furnishing 149 60 

To rents, stationery, printing, and postage 666 17 — $ 4,028 86 

Total disbursements $33,968 96 

Cash on hand $ 7,424 48 

Received by the Woman's Board, but not sent to 

this office 660 59—$ 8,085 07 

Total disbursements and cash balance $42,054 03 

LIABILITIES. 

Church Erection $ 5,818 14 

Colorado Springs property 5,000 00 

Foreign Missions, including school and building 

funds 3,099 73 

Various Home Missions 282 14— $14,200 01 

Cash on hand 7,424 48 

Liabilities above cash $ 6,775 53 

REPORT OF PERMANENT COMMITTEE. 

Report of the Treasurer of the Permanent Committee of Missions of the 
C. P. Church of the Pacific Synod : 

May 1, 1889. Amountonhand $ 1,27195 

Received during vear from Churches... 154 35 

' " for Interest 29 00—$ 1,455 30 

Paid out during year for taxes $ 120 42 

" " " " " " Missionarv work 35 00 

" " " " " San Jose Church 60 00 

" " " " " Improvements 18 00—$ 233 42 

May 1,1890. Amountonhand $1,221 88 

Respectfully submitted. C. W. CniLns, Treasurer. 

CHUKCII-ERECTION FUND. 

Amount of funds reported to last General Assembly, $12,440 97 

Collections for the year 1,955 10 

Total $14,.396 07 

Loaneil to Danville, Illinois $1,849 43 

Loaned to Knoxville, Tennessee 1,500 00 

Loaned to Garden City, Kanstis 600 00 

Loaned to Cherryvale, Kansas 500 00 

Loaned to San Diego, California 500 00 



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Loaned to Scott City, Kansas $ oOO 00 

Loaned to Shetiield, Alabama 500 00 

Loaned to LouiHville, Keutuckv 400 00 

Loaned to Tvler, Texas '. 225 00 

Loaned to Abilene, Texas 200 00 

Loaned to San Antonio, Texas 1,800 00 

Expense for printing 3 50 — S8,577 98 

Balance of fund on hand $5,818 14 

A])propriated for Topeka. Kansas $ 1,500 00 

Appropriated for Texarkaiui, Texas 1,000 00 

Appropriated for Sheffield, Alabama 500 00— $3,000 00 

Balance of fund on hand unappropriated $2,818 14 

PROTERTY OF WHICH THE BOARD HOLDS THE TITLE. 

Lot and Church in St. Louis $20,000 00 

Lot and Church in Louisville, Ky 22,000 00 

Lot and Church in Knoxville, Tenn 18,000 00 

Lots in Fort Smith, Ark 0,300 00 

Lot and Church in Tvler, Texas 0,000 00 

Lot and Church in Danville, 111 5,000 00 

Lot and Church in San Antonio, Texas 10,000 00 

Lot and Church in San Diego, California 3.000 00 

Lot and Church in Scott Citv, Kansas 3,500 00 

Lot and Church in Spriiigfiefd, 111 2,500 00 

Lot and Church in (jarden Citv, Kansas 2,500 00 

Lot and Church in Abilene, Texas 2,-500 00 

Lot in Sheffield, Ala 4,500 00 

Lot and Church in Cherrvvale, Kansas 1,000 00 

Lots in Evansville, Ind....' 1,000 00 

Lot in .Atlanta, Ga 500 00 

Lots in Emporia, Kansas .500 00 

Lot in Carthage, Mo 2-50 00 



$109,050 00 

[See Statistical Tables for contrilmtions by congregations. — T. C. B., S. C] 



WOMAN'S BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

REVIEW OF THE HOME DEPARTMENT. 

"Hitherto hath the Lord helped us." It is always a thoughtful time 
when we close the record of the year. What good has been done, or victor}' 
won for the Master's cause ? Have we use<l our talents as we determined 
to do at the beginning? There are many bright and some dark i)ictures to 
paint, successes to ccuisider, hinderances, discouragements, and difficulties 
to surmount. We have had trials of faith and disappointment of hopes; 
but looking upward to Him from whom came our commission, with whom 
is ail power, and looking forward to the fulfillment of the sure word of 
prophecy, we move onwanl, and with frrveiit gratitude to the Great Head 
of the Church for the manifold l)lessings of the past months, and a firm 
faith in his guidance and help in all future undertakings in his name, the 
Woman's Board of Foreign Missions presents to j-ou on this happy May 
morning their 

TENTH REVIEW 

of the Home Department. In a few days after returning from Lebanon, 
your Board conveiu'd in their room to plan for another twelve months' 
work, and to arrange for the carrying out of the suggestions contained in 



68 Missions. [1890. 

the R'ports adopted during- the ninth meeting. Looking backward and for- 
ward, we fully realized the importance of the work l)efore us, knowing we 
ha<l just .stepped across the thrc shold of the last year of our first decade, 
and that greater effort should and must be put forth all along the line, if as- 
workers we would keep pace with the demands of the cause we rej^resent. 

We have held twenty-four regular sessions and numerous called and 
committee meetings, which represent work in many instances that could 
not be stated by figures. The lives of all our missionaries have been 
spared, but death has been busy among the home-workers, and many of our 
fellow-laborers have fallen. Affliction — death — has visited the home of our 
President and taken her companion,* the husband upon whom she leaned so 
heavily, and to-day, as she stands before us in widowhood, we extend our 
sympathies and prayers, committing her to the care of One who is able 
above all others to care for her. " In my Father's house are many man- 
sions" prepared for those found faithful. 

The crowning event of the year was the sailing of Misses May and Agnes 
Morgan, of Watson, Mo. (whose consecration to their chosen work many 
witnessed one year ago), for Osaka, Japan, late in the fall of 1889. Have 
we not cause for devout thankfulness to God, who has signally blessed our 
representatives abroad, and enabled them to execute whatever they have 
planned ? 

Leaving for a time the society of nine, we would look in for a few mo- 
ments upon our 

AUXILIARIES AND BANDS, 

to whom we must turn for the material to carry on the work, as no Board 
can report favorably unless the societies are standing, like ancient Gideon's- 
band, each one in its place. 

The new Auxiliaries organized during the past year represent much 
earnest efl'ort, as they have been formed, in most instances, in weak congre- 
gations. In this there is cause for thanksgiving, as w'e believe these soci- 
eties, like the denomination tliey represent, were born of prayer, and will 
live by the grace given unto them according to their faith. Wliile great 
numbers are earnest and faithful, still many Auxiliaries faint by the way, 
remaining in that condition until death, from natural causes, comes, which 
is, no doubt, a relief in many instances to the members; while others are 
found by some good Samaritan, who pours oil and wine on the wounds, 
and persuades some godly woman to care for them until they are able to 
care for themselves, promising if any thing is needed she will lend a hand. 
What shall we do just now with a number of such Auxiliaries? Who will 
nurse tliem ? The Board can not, except at considerable expense, which 
they are anxious to avoid. 

The Children's Band is the hope of the future Auxiliary, and it is indeed 
a sad sight to see the children of the Church cari'lessly neglected. We 
have placed great stress on this branch of the tree, but we are sorry to state 
that this dei)artment is not in the jjrosperous condition we would like it to 
be, although the eonnuittee in charge has been untiring in her efforts to 
place " Cliildi'en's Work" ui)on a better and surer looting. It is the duty 
of the mother to lead tlii' child until it can walk alone, so it is the duty of 
the Auxiliary to lead tlie Hand. Dear women, are you giving the attention 
you ought to give to these lani))s of the fold, seeing that their little socii ties 
are kept up in an interesting manner? Numbers have given up entirely, 
and others are at a stand-still, because ladies can not or do not give them 
the attention they must liave if they make advancement. 

That special encouragement and hel]) may ))(■ given to i/uinu] /xv/ile's work 
in the future, we state that the coniniittee having this in charge would be 
happy to hear from all the Bands, and will gladly receive and offer sugges- 
tions or re])ly to any questions. 

One lady writes, " We can start societies, but keeping them up is the ques- 
tion." Let it be rememl)ered that, while the res])oiisil)ilitv in one sense 
rests upon the in<lividual member, still the officers should feel a double 
responsibility, for to them members look for leadership. Jt seems useless 
to indicate that watchfulness and perseverance are essential elements all 



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along the line, but i)articularly among ftfficers and committees. Seven times 
has she who stands before you read tliis statement in your hearing': " Let 
each meeting have its carefully arranged programme, varied as mucii as j)Os- 
sible." Make the exercises interesting in every ])articular, and then make 
an efl'ort to secure the presence of those who try to write "disinterested " 
across their hearts. Invite the young ladies to attend ; even if they have 
separate organizations, they always add l)rightness. The holding of thank- 
offering and praise services has increased interest and stimulated lil)erality. 
Who among us has not cause each year for special thanksgiving, for special 
mercies ? 

Every etibrt has l)een i)ut fortli during the year on the part of officers 
that this might be the crowning year in every ])articular; Init while great 
advancement has been made in some respects, there lias been quite a fall- 
ing off in receipts, which will bring disappointment to many hearts. Why 
all this? Are Auxiliaries watching and working, seeing that,tiie fences are 
kept up? If such were the case, the offerings this year would show an 
increase when w'e consider the number of societies organized Think of 175 
societies giving nothing. Consider the result had each of the 175 remitted 
five dollars. Once more, we must warn societies not to allow any cause, 
however attractive or worthy, to tempt them to withdraw money from their 
regular pledges — not even though it be i)rescnted by some missionary.. Give 
to all, but flo not take from one to help another, or rather do the one and 
not leave the other undone. The 

SYNODIC.\L AND PKESBVTEKIAL 

methods have changed but little, notwitlistanding the desire of some to 
work and report by PresV)yteries alone, thereby doing away with some of 
the machinery ; but to us «Synodical Vice-presidents have seemed a neces- 
sity, and we have been blessed by liaving this office in the various Synods 
filled by "chosen women," having hearts full of the Spirit of the Master 
and the cause they represent. The I*resl)yti'rial officers are in many in- 
stances women called of God, and are rendering most effectual service in 
their respective fields, doing a work that could scarcely be accomplished 
through other agencies. VVould that each Presbytery had thoroughly 
equipped Presbyterial societies; for where such organizations are found, 
there will be noted increase in interest and gifts. We turn to the Presbyte- 
rial meeting for the key-note of the year's work. In viewing the field,' we 
realize how few the number of workers compared with the membershi{) of 
our Churches, and are impressed tiiat nuich faithful work must yet be un- 
dertaken before all will feel an individual interest and resi)onsibility in this 
cause. AVe find that we have 2,100 congregations tliroughout the Church 
in which nothing lias ever Ix'en done for woman's work. The field is great, 
but the laborers few. With tliis statement before us, who can fail to see 
the necessity of pushing forward, as all about us are neglected opjiortunities, 
unused talents and indifference to the great work of evangelizing the world ? 
Some victories have been won ; let us pray for larger results. 

OUK I'EKlOnUALS, 

the Missionary Record and Baniwr, have made a monthly visit to all whose 
names were found on the subscription lists, and in adilition, great numbers 
have Ijeen distributed free. They tell their own story, and we think the 
majority have been pli-as-ed with the appearance and contents of each, and 
if every meml)er of the 1,017 Auxiliaries had subscril)ed for tiiese papers 
and solicited an extra sul)scriptiiin, we would have the ])leasure this morn- 
ing of rejxnting this department free from debt and on a self-sustaining 
basis. 

What shall be done? Will we continui' from year to year supporting 
these enterprises from the general fund, or will we- lend a hand, endeavor- 
ing to place each beyond the reach of failure? The Board has fully deter- 
mined to discontinue the children's i)ai)er unless the result of the jiresent 
year's experiment is nujre encouraging than the past, or this meeting should 
order otherwise. 



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The Subscription list of the Mmionary Record now numbers about 3,000, 
and that of the Mmionary Banner will be given in the report of that de- 
partment. All acknowledge that we can not afford to do without these 
papers ; but will all fully realize that in order to make them pay for them- 
selves, we must have the assistance of the women and children in increas- 
ing their circulation ? 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

The young ladies of the Church have been earnestly requested to under- 
take the siapport of the Misses Morgan, but during the past year but little 
has been accomphshed. We trust the coming months will show a better 
record, and that efforts will be made to enlist the young women in the home 
land in tlie support of those wlio have gone forth as their substitutes. We 
have made appropriations to the amount of $1,700 over and above special 
offerings from"Bocieties for work in Mexico, which has been used for school 
purposes. The Board has been anxious to send a young lady to assist the 
missionaries in that field, but the willing ones are few. Mrs. S. 8. Phelps 
has been at her post during the year laboring with the boys and girls of 
Hogan Institute, and her work has been blessed. 

Missionary literature has been in demand, which surely is .gratifving 
news, and thousands of leaflets have been issued, which we have reason to 
believe accomplished great and lasting good. The Annual Reports are read 
by many societies and individuals, still some do not care to place among 
their records that which will prove of lasting service to every Auxiliary. 
Uniform studies have been used by a greater number of societies the past 
twelve months than ever before, the result being that Auxiliaries have held 
fewer uninteresting meetings. The solicitors in country congregations, who 
carry with them the latest ncAvs from the work and workers, and leave 
these messages in the homes as they receive the offerings saved for the 
Master, are surely rendering faithful service. 

Seventy-eight Auxiliaries have been organized during the year, nineteen 
of the number are Children's Bands, and four Young Ladies' Societies. 
Life members number 78, and Synodical Vice-presidents, 13; Presbyterial 
Secretaries, 77, and Presbyterial organizations reported about oO, but two or 
three of the number are not in tlie prosi)erous condition they should be, 
from the fact that in some instances the ladies elected to take the lead, have 
considered the "office" a compliment for past favors. 

Total receipts for the year through the regular channels, fl0,0(>8.20; spe- 
cial offering for Home Missions, $2.34.40; making a total of $10,322.66. 
While we regret the falling oft' in receipts of nearly three hundred dollars, 
we would state that no large oft'erings luive been received. Let us consider 
mo.st carefully, yea prayerfully, the resi)onsibility which rests upon us as in- 
dividuals and individual societies, fully realizing our relations to our Boards, 
and praying that wealth which belongs to God may be consecrated to his 
service. 

SUGGESTIONS. 

We mark with gratitude the increasing consecration and spirituality in 
the women of the ('umberland Presbyterian Church, developed by this no- 
ble woi'k in which they are engaged. This spirituality is daily increasing; 
we see it at the Mission Room, where the cares'are rested more entirely up- 
on our great l)urden Bearer, and where every thing by prayer is made known 
unto our di-ar heavenly Father; we see it in the faces of those we meet ; we 
hear it in the requests for prayer that reach us. With what interest do we 
mark the higher tone in many of the letters we receive, where self is lost 
sight of and "Christ is becoming all in all." Does it pay to enter this serv- 
ice? If it docs, then let us see that the meetings of the Auxiliaries and 
Bands be regularly held, and that in places where we have no Church or- 
ganizations the women c^f our faith be gatlu'icd together in a Missionary So- 
ciety, \)y so doing forming a nucleus for a future Church. 

Tlie Sabbath evening hour of prayer is a sacred time to those who call upon 
the Giver of all good for his blessings. 

Let us look about us and see what we have done; are we thoroughly or- 
ganized? Have we used our speech — the greatest power God has given 



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us — to convince, persuade, or interest others? Have we given as the Lord 
has prospered us ; or whatever we could spare after all our wants were 
supplied? He from whom we receive every thing surely ought to be ac- 
knowledged tirst. Has our influence been in favor of the monthly meet- 
ings? Each woman and child is a part of the gi-and whole, and without 
their help we would have no Auxiliary and Band, no Presbyterial Society, 
no Board. 

Kemendjer always that promptness in sending reports and remitting funds 
is necessary. Are you surprised to hear that twice during the year we have 
been compelleil to borrow money to assist in paying our missionaries, simply 
because the societies will not, in so many cases, remit until the last days in 
the year. Home one will say we have too much money in the treasury at 
the close of this year. Let us tell you that were it not for this amount, our 
missionaries could not be sustained during the summer. If every society 
would remit quarterly, your Board could then have means to meet emergen- 
cies, which come up, but under existing circumstances worthy enterprises 
must be refused, because we are not able to know whether jjledges can be 
fulfilled. In order that your Board act wisely in meeting the demands or 
enlarging the work, quarterly remittance is necessary. 

The divisicm of the year will be noted in the Missionary Record, and Treas- 
urers of Auxiliaries should remit to Presbyterial Treasurers the first days of 
tlie month closing the quarter, so that the Presbyterial Treasurer may make 
her report to the Board by the close of the quarter, and all should be careful 
to notice and report special objects. Leader's are needed — consecrated lead- 
ers, willing to give time to the Lord's work. "The King's Daughters," where 
are they ? 

Again we have reached the close of another year's service in the Master's 
vineyard, but still Christ bids us extend our vision, " Lift up your eyes and 
look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest." And "the field is 
the world." Not alone in our own beloved America, but wherever a human 
being is found, wherever an immortal soul is perishing for lack of the glad 
tidings of salvation, there sliould we labor. Yes, there is so much pressing 
close at hand, we often forget the infinite wider, larger fields which the 
Father calls upon us to enter now, remembering it is his work not ours. 
"We uuist not lower our standard, if we would be true to our trust, so let us 
resolutely, yea hopefully, turn to the new year, to its }»ossibilities and op- 
portunities, and "forgetting the things that are behind, push forward," and 
with love and confidence, accept whatever is committed to us, believing 
that "He that bath begun a good work will perform it to the end." 

Mks. J. C. MiCuRKix. Cor. Sec. 

Foreign .Secrktaky's Rei'okt. 

During the i)ast year we have been anxiously watching and counting the 
ticks (if Time's clock, until it would sound our ten times one — our first de- 
cade. It has struck and we have gathered at our tenth annual meeting to 
look backward at our yestcTdays, to pass in review the childhood of our mis- 
sionary work. It is l)ut a short page of history these years sini-e this AVom- 
au's Board was organized for Foreign JNIissions. It gives us a strangi- feeling to 
read the story since 1880; it has its chajjfers of the glories of lands entered 
and illuminated l)y the Gospel Light carried by our dear missionaries; it 
has its cha])tei-sof l)lurred, imperfect service by those of us who work at 
home to send this Light. 

Japan, the eager-beckoning nation, stretching its hands pleadingly toward 
Western civilization and religion, touched the missionary choni of our 
Church saying, the King's business requires thy .servii'C and baste — and 
Japan was entered. >Some of us can remi'mber the first stirring appeal for 
female helpers that came from those who had entered the field inider the 
Asseud)ly's Board. This was the fii-st stroke of the clock which led the 
Cund)erland Presbyterian women into the nineteenth century crusade of 
woman's work for woukui. Ten years' service — what has it l)rought? 
Not as much as the women could have done, but we feel a thrill of en- 
couragement and new vigor urging us onward into our untried to-morrows. 



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As a full history of the intervening years is given in our Decennial Re- 
port, it would he a repetition of facts to give in detail that which has made 
each year precious to us ; therefore we will recommend that all read and con- 
trast for themselves our beginnings with our present in these reports. 

The first bright precious feature that marks our tenth review is the conse- 
cration of two sister-lives for their future life work in Japan, which, many 
of us will recall, took place at our last May meeting in Lebanon, Tenn. 
They sailed on the " Oceanic," November 21, 1889, and after a pleasant, 
enjoyable voyage of sixteen days, reached Yokohama December 8, most 
heartily welcomed by eager, expectant co-workers. One on the field, in 
writing back to the Board after their arrival, says, "Thank the Church at 
home for such a gift to Japan as these two young ladies." 

THE .JAPAN MISSION. 

The enrollment of its missionaries has now increased to fifteen members, 
and should we count the children it would make the score (20). Why not? 
for these dear boys and little Annie Hail and "Baby" Hudson are tloiug 
their part to cheer and help the older ones, and to lead and teach the native 
children the Ijeautiful lessons of life that grow out of the example of noble 
Christian homes. We at home have been blessed by the news that has 
come to us of the stirring activity and usefulness of these children, also the 
lesson of sacrifice that is given the children in the life of Johnnie Hail, who 
separated from father and mother so far, and for so long, to pursue and exe- 
cute his studies in this country, that he may with the " Old, old story," 
return well equipped to take up his Master's work, which has been so dear 
to his parents. Children of America, are you doing as much as these? 
Do n't forget the earnest appeals that have been made to the old and the 
young again and again, "Pray for us, pray for our children." 

STATIONS ■ 

opened and work established by the missionaries are in the following eight : 
Osaka, Wakayama, Mitani, Hikati, Tanabe, Shingu, Nagoya, Tokyo, 
Yokaichi, the latter, a very promising station, opened the past year by Mrs. 
Drenuan and Miss Rezner. From Osaka to the last-named port our lady 
missionaries are called, and by their passports are allowed to enter and work 
in whatever work is most needful. We sec by the Mission's Report that 
"two new churches are added to the roll, one at Nagoya and one at Tokyo, 
and that the band of Christians at Yokaichi are earnestly working to be 
ready for recognition as a church." These new fields entered, new churches 
opened, are multiplying voices each year that rise heavenward with their 
record. 

OSAKA, .lAPAX. 

Missionaries, 8. — Rev. A. D. Hail and wiiv, Rev. J. B. Hail and wife, the 
first missionaries of our Church, sent by tlie Oeneral Assembly's Board. 
Great honor to these who planted the first seeds out of whicii has grown 
our ten years' Iiarvest, and who havt' ever been the stars of hope and wel- 
come foV our later missionaries. Tins place is now strengtiiened at this 
point by Rev. Mr. Van Horn and wife, and Misses ]\Iay and Agnes Morgan, 
the Woman's Board sending the last three, wiio are each doing tlu'ir part of 
the work in tlie sciiool. 

THE WII.MINA OIUI.s' SOHOOI, 

has undergone varied changes since its birth in 188.S, but amid all it shines 
an one more beautiful lamp in the darkness for the youth of Japan. 

Mrs. Van Horn has had charge of the school since last Septeml)er. and 
some of this time held it alone. We are satisfied, though working under 
many dlHiculties, the school has made faithful progress. We see its prog- 
ress througli the words of another on the lield, who says: "The sciiool is 
being worked up to tlie highest order of excellence. Christian influence, and 
success; scIkjoI and teacher gaining confidence of all, both pupils and 
patrons." 

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attendance, 00 ; number of boarding pupils, 24 ; number doing missionary 
work, 5 ; numljer baptized, (5 ; number that liave become Christians, 6 ; 
number of Bible classes taught (weekly), 4; number of work classes 
(daily), 1. 

Misses May and Agnes Morgan, since their arrival, have been busy in their 
allotted work in this schocjl. Miss May has taken the teaching of music as 
her part, and Miss Agnes that of Englisii. This, with other details of work, 
such as Bible class training, entertaining visitors (we would call inquirers), 
and the usual hours devoted to the study of the language, and add to this 
the many crowded duties of a missionary's life, these teachers realize what 
an earnest thing it is to work for the Lord, and how it lays claim to every 
variety of power that each one possesses. 

WAKAYAMA. 

Missionaries 3. — Rev. Geo. Hudson and wife, sent by Assembly Board, 
and Miss Bettie Duttield by the W(jman's Board. We want to picture for 
our Church all the missionaries in their homes and work, but we would 
not rob the Assembly's Board of the honor and pleasure of reporting its 
own missionaries, therefore we refer our readers to the Mission's Report for 
these. 

Miss Dutfield was engaged in the Girls' School in Osaka, owing to changes, 
until the close of the school year in June. Shortly after its close, she returned 
to the interior at the earnest recjuest of tlie Church, beginning her work 
there in September. This work may be divided into three classes, namely: 
Bible work, teaching, and visiting from house to house. Another class 
might be added, which is a very important one, that of entertaining visitors 
who come. Some of these visitors come to talk and be talked to about 
Christianity ; some to see the foreigner and his house ; some to cheer the 
stranger and show their kind feelings. These visits afford an opportunity to 
the missionary through tac't and skill to interest these persons in the salva- 
tion of their souls and lead them to Christ, thus many are influenced into 
the fold. INIiss Duttield's work is n()t confined to Wakayama, but to any of 
the towns, villages or churches in the same province, wliere with her 
helper, which she says is "a flne worker," she is meeting with gratifying 
results in His name. We quote from a letter that will give some idea of 
how God's work and workers are striving with the hearts of these peoi)le: 
"About the first of Deceuiber there was a marked change in the Church 
here. The Christians bt'gan to arouse themselves, and the work brightened. 
In order to rebuild the church, which M'as blown down several years ago, 
and feeling their inability to meet the entire exi)enses of the building, they 
devised a method of their own, asking for help in this time of need. Re- 
sponses have come from friends, lioth .lai)anese and foreign, which encour- 
aged tlie Christians to say, ' With (io<i"s help wi' will rebuild,' and they are 
trying in various ways to get enough money for this jjurpose." 

Again, "The week of prayer was one of great blessing spiritually. God 
gave us a direct answer to our prayers that an evangelist might l)e si-nt into 
this neeily field. Only a few days and tlu' evangelist arrived. The Lord 
indeed visited his pt-ople and left them a great l)lessing, for the spirit of in- 
quiry is in the hearts of the peojjh' generally, and uiany are seeking to 
know God." What a good report from this held; an encouragenu'nt for all 
at home to watch, and work, and 2)i'"'/- 

The saddest shadow that falls at 'all, fell across Miss Duttield's life and 
work last .Vugust — the death of her mother. The blow severe, the sacrifice 
dear, but with the strength of a bravi' heart, she renewed her vow of serv- 
ice, went f<jrward in tlu' strength of her Master, casting her sorrow at his 
feet. 

TANAItK AND SHINCiT. 

Miss Leavitt, in her last letter, says: "I am here in Tanabe, wliere I met 
with you in prayer, if not in bodily presence at your last annual meeting." 
After a (piiet summer's rest in Wakayama, she returned in Octobi'r to the 
above-named points, with her helinr to take up life's experience in common 
with the distress and confusion causeil by the floods of August and Septeml)er. 



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I wish 1 might give you her experience during this time of trouble in these 
cities, but otiier items force me on. While the miglity power of God thus 
shown in nature had roused many hearts to the fear of him, she went to 
work, joining the gospel to practical Christian charity, and in the words of 
one of her friends who writes, says: "Miss Leavitt, with her helper, in a 
not very comfortable house of three rooms, a few cooking utensils, a cot for 
a bed, lives, works in His name, and is bright and happy." The boundary 
of her work lies not strictly to these two i)oints, as she works here and 
there in the interior among the women of the churches, wherever her pass- 
port will take her. Her work is of the usual kind, the spiritual develop- 
ment of the people by the study of the Bible in morning and evening 
classes, the woman's class in the Sabbath-school, one English class and 
three weekly meetings at different mission points — two of these points 
being two and seven miles apart. Having mastered the language, her 
evangelistic work is widening year by year, thus making every particle of 
her being tell to the utmost for the Master, and making the wilderness and 
the solitary place glad Ijy her presence with the word. 



Missionary, 1. — Mrs. Drennau, in October, 1888, removed with her helper 
to this city, a place of strong opposition, and began work with her skillful 
plans and earnest faith that the old prejudice to Christianity could be weak- 
ened and the people won for God. She began with three regular Sabbath 
services and a Thursday prayer-meeting ; to these the fewest number came. 
Soon a request was sent to "the government for permission to organize a 
woman's school ; the permission was granted, and this work for women was 
begun on November 7, 1888, with two pupils. Nevertheless, there are no 
faint hearts in missionaries, so the work went on in English teaching- 
Bible classes for young men and women, inquiry and prayer-meetings for 
all, and other classes," until the work resulted "in a little Church ))eing 
organized on January 25, 1889, with ten members. In September, 1889, a 
very interesting girls' school was started; then in the following Deceuiber 
a boys' school was opened. Of the results of these it is said, " Many of the 
young men are doing very helpful work, and two of the girls are working 
among the women." This work was begun and carried on without foreign 
or Mission money, and the work is now self-sustaining : Day schools, 2 ; 
number of pupils, o7 ; night school, 1 ; number of pupils, 27 ; average 
attendance at Sunday -school, 46; baptisms, i:>; Y. P. C. E. Society, 1; 
enrolled, 20. 

This Society was organized in April, 18S*», and is named the " Manna 
Society." Mrs. Drennau, in s]ieaking of it, says: "Tins Society, as the one 
in Osaka that 1 organized a few years ago, is a means of strength and 
growth t(j the young people of the Churches. Sj)irituality is thi> character- 
istic feature, aiid that to a remarkable degree." ^Missionary work seems to 
include a little of every thing and a good deal of some things— the "good 
deal " we must necessarily onnt in our rejjort for the saki- of ))revity, hence 
this is but an imperfect glance at the work here. According to the late Act 
of Union, the United Church of Christ, some changes have 1)een made in 
the managemi'iit of these schools; for this 1 1)es])eak a careful reading of 
the full pnaml)le of said Act in the Report of the Mission. 

Mrs. Drennau savs of her work here, " I enjoy it more and more, though 
the path has not all been flowery; often the hand that plucks the burning 
brand has itself felt the i)ain."' But we say, O the joy of such a life that 
proves, " I can do all things through C'hrist that strengtheneth me." 

YOKAICHl. 

Missionary, 1. — Miss Kena Kezner. This station is about twenty miles 
from Nagoya. For years this has been a sealed city. Three years ago the 
Mission tried to open work here, but the i)eoi)le said, "No Christian shall 
live here," and made their native nnssionary leave. About the 7th of 
March, 1889, the president of the government "school sent an urgent call to 
Mrs. Drennan to come down. About the first ([uesti<m on her arrival was 



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to explain to tliem about the Christian reli^jjiou. The result of this 6ne 
visit was a class of ten names signed for Bible study. She made weekly 
visits until a preacliing plaee was opened and an earnest class of Bible 
students formed. Miss Rezner then took n\) the work iu June, and finds it 
full of promise. Her work is i)rincii)ally English teaching. To show how 
eager these people are ior Western eilucation, and these anxious (jnes not 
the common people, Init men of inlhience and station, I will speak from a 
letter: "In our school or English class we have the following business com- 
panies represented: custom-house, oil company, i-otton factory, spinning 
company, steamship company, brick company, telegraph company, lawyers, 
police, a judge's son, a physician's daughter, and lastly tivo Buddhist priests 
— these are all heads of nearly all these departments of business.' 

A late proposition has c(jme from a bankt'r and other business men, that 
if the missionary would open a girls' school they would give liberal help. 
As there is no Christian scIhwI for girls in that province, and their proposi- 
tion being so genenjus, the opening of a liigli grade of girls' school is 
looked to for the coming year, by the advice of the Educational Committee. 

Report of the work here from June. 18SU, to December lS8i»: 

Number of school days, lliG; number of pupils enrolled (males 49, females 
17), 06; daily attendance, -tS ; remaining, (i() ; classes in school, 12 ; boarding 
pupil, ]; pupils doing missionary work, 7; numl)er baptized, 4; number 
of < hristians, 8 ; number of Bible classes, 2 ; numl)er in Bible classes, 2 ; 
number of work classes, 1. 

This enrollment inc-luihs men and boys, women and girls. AVe trust that 
the seeds of truth sown in the hearts of this i)eoj)le by Miss R.-zner will 
spring up and bear fruit until " the desert shall blossom as the rose." 

IXUIAX TEKKITOUV. 

Missionaries, 8. — Onlv one of these under the care <jf the A\'oman's 
Board, Mrs. S. S. Phelp's. 

We turn in our review from those looking westward to those in our 
home-land who are looking eastward — the Indian Nation. Here we are try- 
ing to settle our country's vexed (juestion. Shall tliey l)e educat"tl? The 
work here while ditlicult to manage, sometimes uncertain and laborious, 
still W(> take courage that new strength has bet-n gained in the work and 
hope points "onward" in this unreckoned factor of ^lissions. Mrs. Phelps 
has still charge of the school, which she l)egan alone this year. Miss Cobb, 
her former assistant, having gone to Philadelphia to further prosecute her 
studies. The work is of the same nature as done l)y other missionaries — 
school. Church, and personal work among the })e(jple. The following report 
of Ilogan Institute is (piite encouraging, considering the *>mbarrassment by 
government schools and tlie lack of pro])er legal recognition: Xuinber of 
pupils enrolled, 44; daily attendance, 40; number of boarding i)upils, 0; 
numl)er of Bible classes, 2; number in I'>ible classes, 12. Tlie Board of 
Managers of Hogan Institute have forwarded a request that Mrs. Pheli)s be 
returned as a teacher in this .school for the coming year. We are justly 
proud of the i)atient, earnest faithfulness of our nussionaries here amid all 
embarrassment, and we with them wait saying, " Be of good courage, be not 
dismayed, for tlie Lord thy (xod is with thee, whithei'soever thou goest." 



While this fit-id is not rei)resented by the Woman's Board, still we feel a 
deep interest in all its progress, and are glad to join hands to aid them in 
their calls. We rejoice that in this super.stitious, persecuted, priest-ridden 
country our missionaries are jn-eparing " in the desert a highway for 
our God." The otHcials of the government are endeavoring to pusli the 
work of education as far as possible, and so ]>ropose to sustain the schools 
by their protc ction and sympathy, if the Protestants will oidy start them by 
putting good teachers into them. The great need is teachers. A requi'st 
from one of tlu' missionaries of our Church was presented to the Woman's 
Board, desiring them to employ a teacher to open a school at San Pedro, 
also a request that a young lady be sent in the spring, that she may be 



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leanning the language. The ladies were willing to pay the teacher, and an 
effort was made to secure one, but as yet no one has answered the call. 
The field is awaiting harvesters. In response to a call for the needs of the 
work here our Board has sent through the Assembly's Board SI, 700, to be 
used as the latter may direct. As we can answer the financial call, we 
would be glad to have answered the educati(jnal call for a teacher. 

In studying the different features of our work — the stations opened, the 
•Churches and schools established, and much that can not be pictured — let 
us not lose sight of the work of our nunister missionaries and their wives, 
who are the leaders and advisers in all our work. 

OUR THANKFULNESS. 

Our voices go up in fervent gratitude to the Giver of every good, for the 
general good health of all our missionaries — none having been disabled ex- 
cept one, and we are glad to report her again able for duty ; for the untiring 
zeal and loving harmony among our missionaries ; for the many kind en- 
couraging letters from them ; for the new recruits to the field ; the new sta- 
tions opened, and the good work being done ; the steady growth of the 
Churches and schools in number and spirituality in the ten years; the 
friendly relations between the natives and our representatives among them, 
and the blessings that have attended the labors of our missionaries ; for the 
Church Union, based on a common Presbyterianism ; that the floods of 
August and September, which covered sucfi a wide district of country, re- 
sulted in the loss of so few lives, and caused no epidemic, as was feared, 
but that through this trying time for native and missionary alike, Christian- 
ity and charity joined hands, and the lessons taught thereby proved gra- 
cious to all. Not least among the blessings we are thankful for to-day, are 
the prompt responses made at home in behalf of the field abroad. To a 
young lady in Nashville, Tenn., for the American flag; to Mrs. Hill, of Ox- 
ford, Miss., for the sewing machine; to Fayetteville, Ark., Band, for the 
Webster's dictionary, and to the individual and societies' donations for the 
piano. All of which the teachers and pupils of the Wilmina Girls' School 
heartily appreciate and return warm thanks. 

MESSAGES TO ALL. 

In counting up the gains and losses of our history, are we sorry now for 
any thing of time, or thought, or money, or prayers, which we have given 
to this work? We trust we will all enter into our hastening to-morrows 
-asking. What part shall I do? Our needs for the future are : More workers, 
both men and women. A letter from Japan pleads, "Two young ladies are 
much needed now. Send us two of the best educated, mod refined and Chris- 
tian women in the Church. Do send them if you can; these women are 
needed for evangelistic work." Are not there two, or more, at this annual 
meeting, who will answer this call? Another need is to note the gap in 
Auxiliaries between the children and the mothers. Our future missionaries 
and workers at iiome nuist come from tlu' children, and tlu'j', as yet, are 
slightly interested. Let us canvass the subject of Children's work in Mis- 
sions in our meeting, and devise new plans for the future — we nuist educate 
for the coming years of Missions. We nei'd more of our ladies interested. 
Not one tenth of the M'omen in our Church have even turned a sympa- 
thetic glance toward heathendom. Lastly, the work calls loudly for liberal 
gifts and prayers. Multii)lied calls for tin- latter come in every letter. All 
can respond to this. Letters say: "Pray God to send us more helpers; 
pray for our Christian schools, our ('hurches, our native helpers, our Y. M. 
C A., our Y. P. C'. Vj. societies, and, O pray daily for your missionaries. 
We need spiritual uplifting, guidance and sti-ength to do and carry out His 
work." Let us hold these recpifsts near to our hearts, during this year, in 
all our monthly meetings, as well as in our daily devotion. 

Our ten years close — come let us lay all our short-comings at our Master's 
feet and go to our untried to-morrows, each pledging to do "one brave 
woman's part," tor the stories of other ten years are to be recorded and we 



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umst '^n torwanl '' forgettin^i those thiiifrs whicli are behind," with our battle 
cry, "On to Victory," to stir the skig^ish pulses of our Church until millions 
more in darkness and superstiticui, will in tiie coining; decade be heard to 
shout, "Christ for the world and the world for Christ." 

Miss Anna L. Forsythe, Foreign Secretary. 



Synopsis of Treasurer's Report. 



RECEIPTS. 



Total receipts $10,068 20 

Balance from last year 5,o83 30 



Grand total $15,651 50— $15,651 50 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Salaries, teachers' hire, and house rent for missiona- 
ries in Japan $ 4,650 00 

Salaries of missionary and work in Imlian Territory.. 628 .50 

Traveling expenses and outfit of two missionaries 1,290 00 

Printing-press for Mexico Mission 500 00 

For school purposes and missionary work in Mexico. 1,771 55 

Education of .Japanese, girls and boys 308 65 

For school purjjusos in .Japan 382 25 

For editing and publishing Missionary Banner 379 .58 

To Assembly's Board, expenses of publishing Mis- 
sionary Record 334 35 

For organizing societies and extending the work 254 98 

To Corn-spondi ng Secretary an<l Treasurer ()00 00 

Printing Annual Rei)ort....' 152 75 

Furnishing and printing receipt cards 34 50 

Expenses of last Annual Meeting 60 00 

Publication and i)urchase of leaflets, mite-boxes en- 
velopes and miscellaneous printing 101 01 

To Japan Mission for use in the flooded districts 100 00 

Stationery, postage, and express charges 83 00 

Total disbursements 811,626 12 

Balance on hand 4,025 38 



Grand Total $1.5,6.51 .50— $1.5,6.51 .50 

[See Statistical Tables for contributions by congrcKatious.— T. C. B., S. C] 



REASONS AVHY THERE SHOULD BE AN 0RGANIZ.\T10N IN 
EVERY CONGREGATION. 

1. Tlie connuand, " Go ye into all the World and Preach the Gospel to every Creature," is 
as binding upon ea<:h disciple as " This do in remembrance of Me." 

2. To Christianize woman is the first step toward Christianizing a iieoplc. If the next gen- 
eration is to be Christian, the women and children of to-day must be enlightened ami converted, 
and to do this Clirislinn women must be sent to them in larg(!ly increaseil iiumlicrs. 

I!. In most heathen lands, wcnnen are kept in sueh seclusion that the gosjiel of Christ can be 
taken b) ttu'ni only by women. The secluded women in Eastern nations are one half of all the 
Women of the earth. 

4. The wonuMi of our Congregations need to be awakened and enlightened as to the magnitude 
and impiu-tance of this work. This can be most etlectually done by organized societies, since 
by this means a deeper interest may he arou.sed, and mi's-sionary intelligence be more thor- 
oughly dis,seininate(l. 

.5. Such a society cultivates systematic benevolence, and is helpful to every department of 
Christian etlbrt. Small sums are thus gathered regularly, and the aggregate will be large. .\t 
the same time, this does not detract Ironi, but will rather iiu'rease the contributions of the con- 
gregation for other causes. It is not expecied that this .Sieiety will do away with the regular 
public collections for Foreign Missions. These will be taken as usiud. sn that all may have an 
opportunity to aid iu sending the gospel to the heathen. 



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6. People will be prayerful, consecrated, and liberal on the great subject of Foreign Missions 
in proportion as intelligence increases. Such a society, conducted as it should be will cause 
the subject to be discussed in the Sunday-school, the prayer-meeting, and every family oi the 
congregation. 

7. The children will thus be trained to love and labor for the cause of Foreign Missions. With 
little elfort, under the influence of a woman's .society, they may be successfully organized into 
Mi.ssion Bands. The good etlect upon their future and that of the Church would be incalcula- 
ble. 

8. The organization of missionary societies among the women of the Church tends to bring 
their minds to a due .sense of their responsibility in this regard, and opens the way for young 
women to go to heathen lands. It causes tho.se who go to be su.stained, not only by material 
aid, but by (be peculiar moral support of woman's sympathies and prayers. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE BOARD. 

Article I.— This Society shall be called the Woman's Board of Foreign Missions of the 
Cumberland Presbvterian Church. 

Art. II. — The object of this Board shall be to promote an interest among the Christian 
. women of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in behalf of Foreign .Missions and the Amer- 
ican Indians, and to work in co-operation with the General Assembly's Board of Missions in 
sending the gospel to the heathen — especially to heathen women and children. 

Art. III.— The Board shall consist of nine members, four of whom shall constitute a quo- 
rum. They shall elect their own oflficers, and employ such assistants as the necessities of the 
work may demand. 

Art. 1"V. — They shall have power to appoint a Vice-president for each Sj-nod, whose duty it 
".shall be to hold annually a meeting in connection with Synocis ; a Board of Managers, who 
shall devise and use means for extending missionary influence in the Church, also to seek and 
recommend to the Board suitable women for Missionaries; an Auditor, who shall examine 
thoroughly all books and papers of the Treasurer, and furnish a certificate of the result of the 
same lo the Board. 

Art. v.— The meetings of the Board shall be held monthly, or oftener at the call of the 
President. There shall be an annual meeting, at which each Auxiliary Society shall be enti- 
tled to two delegates. At each annual meeting an addre-s by the President, reports by the 
Corresponding .'Secretaries and Treasurer shall be presented, members of the Board elected, and 
other business transacted. 

Art. VI.— Any number of women, contributing each one dollar annually, may form a Soci- 
ety auxiliary to the Board. 

Art. VII. — The Board shall have power to make all necessary by-laws, and fill vacancies 
occurring during the year. 

Art. VIII.— The payment of thirty dollars shall constitute a life membership of this Board, 
provided this sum exceeds the regular dues of any Auxiliary Society. 

Art. IX.— This Constitution may be altered or amended by a vote of two thirds of the 
members at any annual meeting. 



CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS FOR AUXILIARY SOCIETIES. 

Con.stitution. 

Article I.— This Society shall be called the Woman's Foreign Missionary .Society of the 
-congrejiation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 



Art. II.— The object of this Society shall be to disseminate missionary intelligence, to culti- 
vate a missionary spirit in its members and in the Church, and to secure funds to promote the 
cau.se of I'oreign Missions. 

Art. III.— The olficers of this Society shall be a President, two Vice-presidents, a Secretary 
and Trea.surer, and shall be cho.seu annually. These officers shall constitute an Executive 
Committee to administer the affairs of the .Niciety. 

Art. I v.— 1. It shall be the duty of the President to preside at all meetings of the Society ; 
to secure missionary intelligence or other suitable material for giving interest to the meetings, 
and to have a general oversi-ht of the work. One of the Vice-presidents shall perform tlie 
duties of the President in her absence. 

2. The .Secretary shall keep a careful record of all the meetings, shall conduct the corre- 
spondence, and present an annual report. 

3. The Treasurer sh:ill superintend the collection of dues from members of the Society, 
keeping an accurate accnunt of all funds intrusted to her, remitting quarterly, or oftener, as 
the .Society may direct, to the Treasurer of the I'resbyterial Society, and she in turn remitting 
to the Treasurer of the Woman's Board, at Evansville, Ind. 

Art. v.— The payment of one dollar annually, on quarterly installments, shall constitute a 
membership in this .Society. In addititm, at each regular meeting, members shall have an 
oppf)rtunity of presenting free-will offerings. Any gentleman paying one dollar or more an- 
nually shall become an honorary member. 

Art. VI.— This t onstitutiou may be amended by a two thirds vote of the members present 
at any regular meeting, provided notice of said amendment has been given at a previous 
meeting. 

By-Law.s. 

1. Meetings of this Society, for the transaction of business and communication of intelli- 
gence, shall Ik- held on the of each month. The anniversary meeting shall be 

held on the of the , when the annual reports of the Secretary and 

Trea.surer shall be read, and officers elected for the ensuing year. 



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2. At the first regular meeting after hor election, tlic IVet^iiloiit shall appoiot Standing Com- 
mittees as follows : 

Firxl. — A Committee on Nremhership, of which the Treasurer shall he Chairman. Said com- 
mittee shall present the claims of Foreign Missions personally to all members of the congrega- 
tion, soliciting them to become active or honorary members of the Society. 

Hecoitd. — .\ Committee on Meetings, of which "the President shall be m-o^cw Chairman. It 
shill be the duty of this conimitte(! to provide a special programme of exercises for each 
meeting. 

:5. The Executive Committee shall be intrusted with the duty of procuring and distributing 
such printed matter as may diffuse missionary intelli>.'ence among the members of the Society 
and of the congregation. They .shall also solicit subscriptions 'o the Missionary Record, Mis- 
sionai-y Banner, and other missionary publications. 

4. The President shall call a meeting of the Society at any time it may be deemed necessary. 

5. These Hy-I-aws may be amended by a two thirds vote of the members present at any reg- 
ular, meeting. 

' Monthly .MKirriXfis. 

The following is suggested as a suitable programme for monthly meetings: 

1. Singing, reading ."^criptur , and ]>rayer. 

2. Reading minutes of last meeting. 

3. Report of Executive Committee. 

4. Report of Committee on Membership. 
3. Report of Special Committees. 

6. Unfinished Business. 

7. New Business. 

8. Collection of dues by Treasurer, and reception of free-will offerings. 

9. Prayer for the djvine blessings upon the offerings made. 

10. Reading of missionary letters, essays, addre.sses, etc., as arranged by Committee on 
Meetings. 

11. Announcement of exerei.ses for next meeting by the President. 

12. Adjournment with prayer. 



OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR CLOSING APRIT, 15, ;890. 

MEMBERS OF THE B().\KD. 

MRS. R B. RUSTOX, Puesidext. 
MRS. ALVAH JOHXSOX, Vue-Pkesidext. 
MISS ANNA L. FORSYTHE, FouEUix Secret.\ry. 
MRS. A. M. CASTLEN, Re((h:ding Secket.vry. 

MRS. W. J. DAHBY. 

]\rRS. S F. XISBET. 

MRS. H. B. WOOD. 

MRS. A. G. BERGEN. 

CoRKESPONDixG Secret.\ky .\xn Tre.xsurer, 
MRS. J. C. McCU'RKIX. 

Co.m.mittee ox Ciiilorex's Work, 
MRS. A. G. BERGEN. 

Committee on Au.xiliaries, 
MRS. R. B. RFSTON. 

MAN.\GERS. 

Miss Axx.v McMurry, Lebanon, IVnn. 
Dr. K.\thauine Mii.i.er, Lincoln, 111. 
Mrs. R. T. Mm.i.ku, Sodalia, Mo. 
Mr.s. M. E Forrs, Dei-r Creek, Ind. 
Mrs. J. R. Browx, St. Lonis, Mo. 
Mrs. S. E. McCord, Corinth, Mi.ss. 
Mrs. S. L. Cii.vmbers. Clark.sville, Tenn. 
Mrs. Anx.\ M. Woods, All)ion, 111. 
Mrs. M.\ry Hexdrkks, Tehnacana, Texas. 
Mrs. M. J. P.XRxoxs, Xewburj:. Iiul. 
Miyj. S. T. AxoERsox, Teluiaeana, Texas. 
Mrs. F, R. Eari,, Boonsboro, Ark. 
Mrs. A. R. Taylor, Emporia, Kan. 
Mrs. M. H. Bell, St. Louis, Mo. 



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JI.-PUBLICATION. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLICATION. 

To tbe General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church ; 

Reverexi) and Dear Brethren : —It is with gratitude to God for his 
providential guidance and control that we present to you this summary of 
another successful year's work. 

Without any very material change in general plans or purposes, much has 
been done in improving our methods and infusing into the work increased 
activity and efficiency. 

The plan for increasing the publication and sale of books reported to the 
last General Assembly has been successfully carried forward. The circula- 
tion of the periodicals, except the Review, has been largely increased. The 
amount of job work also, has increased, and all with a comparatively small 
increase in expenses. The result is that, notwithstanding a diminution in 
prices of our Sunday-school publications and some of our books, there has. 
been a material increase in the net profits of the House. 

Dr. Darby, the General Manager, has shown himself active and efficient 
to an extent that calls for something more than a mere mention. He has, 
out of the fifty-two Sundays of the year, spent forty-three with Presbyteries,- 
Synods, conventions, or with congregations on sp;'cial occasions. He has 
traveled about twenty-three thousand miles, at a mere nominal expense to 
the Board, and with tlie least possible consumption of time. While he has 
on these visits kept specially in view the work of Publication, he has at the 
same time, we trust, accomplished much in preaching the gospel and ener- 
gizing all departments of Cliurch work. His work tliroughout the Church 
has done nuich to encourage and stinaulate the inojile with whom he has 
come in contact, and to produce a more cordial symj^athy between the 
workers in the House and the workers in the field. 

On the part of the editors and every one connected with the establishment 
there has been co-operation and consecrated energy. 

PriJLISHIXG HofSE. 

The (ieneral Assembly at its last meeting spoke as follows: 

"As to the matter of a Publishing House the committee are of the opinion 
that prudence suggests tliat the Hoard should not now incur any very heavy 
liabilities in the furtherance of tliat enteri)rise, and the cominittee therefore 
recommend tliat during the current year tiie Board go no further than to 
purciiase a lot, if a suitable one can be ol)tained at a reasonal)le price, utiliz- 
ing in paying for the same a portion of the profits of tiie business, and also, 
if necessary, and deemed advisable, use by way of sale any real estate owned 
by the Board. In this connection we ret-ommend that the communication 
from Kvansville be referred to the Board of I'ulilication at Nashville, with 
instructions to consider it in connection with all similar ju-opositions from 
other cities." 

The General Assend)ly at that meeting also adopted the following: 

"Whereas, Provision has been made by the. General Assembly for the 
Btiard to receive i)ropositions for the location of the Publishing House; and 

" Whereas, The representatives of the Board present desire to have others 
associated with them to share this responsibilitv ; tiierefore, 

"Rexnlred, That Messrs. J. B. Mitch<ll, of Missoini, W. S. Danley, of Illi- 
nois, James Best, of Ohio, B. D. Cockrill, of Kentuckv, J. L. Cooper, of Mis- 



1890.] ^ Publication. 81 

sissipjji, J. Reed Morris, of Pennsylvania, and Cliarles Manton, of Texas, be 
appointed a coniniittee to advise with tlie Board of Publication, in consider- 
infjfsiu-h propositions as may come before it, it being understood that for 
economy the two last named be corresponding members of the committee." 

In Juno, 1889, the Board caused notice to be fjiven through the Cumber- 
land I'leslyyiiTtan that i)ro]M)siti( lis would be rec( iv( d till July !), Ih89, from 
any city that desired to si cure the location of the Publishing lloui-e. Sim- 
ilar notice was sent by mail to Kansas City and St. Louis, Wo., Fort AV'orth, 
Texas, .Lvansville, Ind., and Pittsburgh, Vi\. Upon the request of Rev. J. W.' 
McKay, of Pittsburgii, Pa., the time was extentled till October, 1880. Prop- 
ositions were received from Evansville, Ind., and Lincoln, 111., and a com- 
munication pointing out certain advantages possessed by Louisville, Ky., 
was also received frfun that city. These propositions and' this communica- 
tion were referred to the Advisory Committee which, after visiting Evans- 
ville, met in Nashville, Teiui., November 19, LS8(>. All the niembers were 
present except Rev. B. \). Cockrill who, for inij)ortant reasons, could not 
attend. Able representatives from Evansville and Lincoln and Nashville 
were present, and presented evidence and arguments in bi'lialf of the 
res[)ective places. After the close of the argument the Advisory Committee 
met in private session, no one being present except its own members, and, 
after very deliberate consideration, presenti'd to the Board the following 
report : 

" The undersigned committee appointed by the last General A.ssembly to 
advise with you in considering such propositions for the location of the Pub- 
lishing House of the Church as might be brought before you, having care- 
fully examined all the {)apers relative thereto lai<l by you before us, and 
having fully heard all tlie parties to such propositions, do herebv unani- 
mously recommend tliat you locate said Publishing House in the citv of 
Nashville, Tenn. Ten thousand dollars has been guaranteed here. 

" Respectfully submitted. .1 B. Mitchell, 

W. S. Danlev, 
.Ia.mes Best, 

J. L. Cooi'KH, 

Chahles ^L\nton, 

Niishville, Teun., November 20, l.SKit. .J. Rekd 3b)UKIS." 



(Signed) 



After this action of tlie Advis(jry Committee the Board purchased at 
public auction a lot on Cherry street, in Nashville, Teiiu., about three 
hundred feet south of Church street, fronting about ninety-nine feet and 
running back one hundred and seventy-five feet to an alley. This lot in its 
location an<l toi)ogra})hy is universally pronounced a most desiral)le one, 
and was i)un-hased at the jirice of $l.'),(i()(l. A i)lan for a building thereon is 
almost <M)mi)leted. The building as i)lanned is most admirably adaj)ted to 
the work, is of the most substantial character, and in architectural styli' will 
be a creilit to the Chin'ch. The imi)ortance of having this building so far 
completed that we can move into it by January 1, 1801, can not be well 
overestimated. To provide money with which to erect the buihling the 
Board respectfully asks that your reverend body take such action as will 
authorize the Board to issue mortgage bonds to an amount not excieding 
$50,()U0, and bearing interest at a rate not exceeding six per cent, and to 
secure the payment of the prineii)al and interest by a mortgage on its prop- 
erty. The stipulations of the bonds and ])rovisions of the mortgage, other 
than as above stated, being matters of detail, could properly be left to be 
determined by tlu' Board as the reiiuirements or preferences of money 
lenders or othi'r circumstances might suggest. 

The Board feels ju-rfectly conliilent of being able to meet every year the 
interest on these bonds, and after the first or second year, a due i)roportiou 
of the i>rincii)al. Even at six pir cent (and the Board would hope to bor- 
row at a lower rati-), the interest on ?r>0,()00 would be I5:5,(X)0. The Board 
now pays $1,500 per annum rent, and the new building will contain a store- 
room and about a dozen oliict' rooms which, for some years to come, will 

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82 Publication. [1890. 

not l)e (leiuanded for the work of tlie Board. From these surpUis rooms a 
rental can be realized of at least $1,500. Thus the rent saved and rents col- 
lected would alone pay the interest on the lionds. Should the bonds have 
twenty years to run, the average annual sum of $2,500 drawn from the 
profits of the business would redeem them all within tliat period. The 
present prospects of the Board indicate, however, that they could all be 
redeemed in a much shorter time without financially cramping the Board 
in the continuous expansion of its work. 

Sunday-school Department. 

Much progress has been made in this department during the past year. 
In addition to the work done by Dr. DeWitt, General Superintendent of 
Sunday-schools, we have co-operated with several State Conventions and 
Synods in the employment of men who give all or a portion of their time to 
the advancement of the Sunday-school cause. The " Children's Day " fund 
is being used in part for this pui'pose, which we regard as strictly missionary. 
This fund sliould be greatly enlarged, and this method of extending the 
Sunday-school work should be carried forward on a much more extended 
scale. ' We believe it will produce the largest possilile returns for the 
investment made. 

After careful consideration of the whole subject in all its bearings, we 
decided in November last to reduce the price of Sunday-sch(jol supplies 
twenty per cent. Results have already proven this to be a wise step, and 
we hope the Church will further show its appreciation by greatly extend- 
ing the circulation of our Sunday-school periodicals. 

The circulation of the several Sundaj^-school periodicals is in round num- 
bers as follows: Bible Study, 3,500; Comments, 30,000 ; Rays of Light, 2?,,000; 
Lesson Leaf, 24,000; Gem', 17,000; Our Lambs, 25,000. Some idea of the 
amount of work done by the House for the Church may be imagined from 
the fact that the number of pages of Church literature that has c(iuie from 
the press during the past year aggregates more than 22,000,000. 

Books. 

Since the last meeting of the General Assembly the Publishing House has 
issued several volumes that will take high rank in tlie literature of the 
Church. These are as follows: "Women of the Orient," Cumberland 
Presbyterian edition — with an Introduction liy Mrs. A. D. Hail, of Japan; 
"Truth Applied: or Bible Readings," by Rev. R. G. Pearson, Evangelist; 
"God Our Father," by Rev. W. H. Black, D.D. ; " Echoi's from Caruthers 
Hall," Lectures bv the Faculty of Cumberland University, with a supple- 
ment ; "The Old "Guard," bv Chancellor N. Green, LL.'D. ; "Studies in 
MoralScience," by S. G. Burhey, D.D. ; "The Chart of Duty," being Part 
II. of Dr. Burney's work on Moral Science; "The Tall Man of Winton," by 
Chancellor N. Green, LL.D., a new and improved edition, with an Intro- 
ducti(m by Rev. E. B. Crisman, D.D. 

AVe are hai)py to announce tliat we were able to enter upon. the publication 
of thesi' volumes with an assurance against financial loss. Tiiose who sub- 
scribe<l for tlu'in trusted the House to fulfill its promise and the universal 
sentiment is that these volumes are lirst-class in mei-hanical make-up, and 
meritorious in their contents. The issuance of these books and their cor- 
dial recei)tion l)y the (/hurch constitute one of the most encouraging feat- 
ures of the i)ast year's work. Sjx'cial eflbrt should be made to get these 
books into the hands of that large class in our Church who can only be 
readied by ]>ersonal solicitation. Other vohimes of e(iual merit aj'e in press, 
an<l will soon be announced. The iirstof tliese will be " Doctrines and Gen- 
ius of the Cumberland l'res])yterian Cluirch," by A. H. Miller, D.D., LL.D., 
President of VVaynesl)urgh College. By arrangement with the Board, Dr. 
R. V. Foster, of Lebanon, is engaged in i)re])aring a commentary on Romans. 
His work is far advant-ed, and the manuscrij)t will ))e in the printer's han(ls 
l)y the end of the summer. We liope in due time to jmblish other volumes 
until we shall have a conimentarv on tlu' i-ntire New Testament. 



1890.] Publication. 83 

The Cumberland Pkesbyteuian. 

One of the most encouraging phases of the year's work is the increase in 
the circuhition of the Cumberland Presbyterian. Last year it was 8,500, while 
it is now, in round numbers, 1 1 ,000, an increase of 2,ob0 for the year, or 200 
subscribers every month. Tliere is no reason why the paper should not 
have a permanent circulation of 15,000. Let us all work to this end. The 
weekly paper is a mighty p(jwer in all the work of the Church, and who- 
ever helps to extend its circulation is aiding at the same time every enter- 
prise of our Zion. 

The Review. 

The circulation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Review has not increased 
over last year, and is far from paying expenses. Its publication seemed to 
be demanded by the Church, and we have done with it the best we could. 
Certainly it is first-class in every particular, and to suspend its publication 
would be a misfortune. This we shall feel constrained to do unless the 
Church is more generous toward it. The circulation will have to be nearly 
doubled before it will pay expenses. 

Job Wokk. 

A very important feature of the Publishing House is the job work that it 
is enabled to do. Having the machinery with which to do our own work 
it is a great gain to have enough outside work to keej) it busy when it is not 
needed for our own. The increase in the amount of jol) work done during 
the past year is fully twenty-five per cent. The increase will be still greater 
when we get into a new house, with improved facilities. 

FiXAXCES. 

The net profit of the year, <leducting donations, is $10,525.39, as shown 
by the appended l)alance sheet. The actual profit from the business is$ll,- 
981.28, from which is fleducted for wear and tear on naachiuery, type, etc., 
10 per cent of last year's valuation of the same. We have cash ou hand 
(May 1st) $2,582.05. Of this amount we hold in trust $1,5(58.21, as follows: 

For Cumberland University on the Manlove Proposition $1,416 10 

On Cliildren's Day Fund 97 51 

As Treasurer of the General Assembly .54 (50 

The disi)osition of the year's profits and other financial features are indi- 
cated in the following: 

Increase in Office fixtures $ 107 00 

" Stereotype Plates :]24 00 

" Printing oMice fixtures ;i,;590 07 

" Accounts and Notes due the House (net).. 4,480 82 

" Mt'rchandise inventory 450 19 

" Paper, Ink, etc 1,<S98 07 

Cash paid on new Lot from this vear's jjrofits 507 24 

$11,217 39 

Decrease in Notes due the House $ 299 53 

" cash balance 392 47 

692 00 

Net gain $10,525 39 

Resources this year less liabilities $96,300 00 

Resources last year less liabilities 83,.361 99 

Increase .• $12,938 01 



84 Publication. [1890. 

Assets available for coniliicting the Ijusiness — 

Cash on hand less Trust funds heretofore explahied S 1,014 44 

Merchandise 5,557 57 

Notes due the House 1,293 39 

Paper, Ink, etc., on hand 3,573 13 

Accounts due the'House 17,540 73 

Total $28,979 26 

Less Liabilities 2,576 03 

Balance net $25,540 73 

AVith thankfulness to the great Head of the Church for the manifold bless- 
ings bestowed upon this cause, we proceed to the work of another year, trust- 
ing we shall have the confidence and co-operation of the entire Church. 

John M. Gaut, 
P. H. Manlove, 
John H. Reynolds, 
J. C. Provine, 
Hamilton Parks, 
W. T. Baird, 
J. H. Zakecor. 

Auditor's Report. 

I, John W. Watkins, certify that I have audited the cash account of D. R. 
Umbenhour, Cashier, for the year ending April 30, 1890, and find the books 
neatly and accurately kept, with proper vouchers for all cash entries. 1 fur- 
thermore commend the system with which the books are kept. 

J. W. Watkins, Auditor. 



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III.-MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 



To the General Asscmblj^ of May, 1890 : 

The Board of Ministerial Relief, of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church 
for Disabled Ministers and the Widows and Orphans of Deceased Ministers, 
respectfully submits to the General Assembly its Ninth Annual Report. 
The applications on which aid was granted also accompany the report. 

Historical. 

At Austin, Texas, May, 1881, this Board was organized and is composed to- 
day of the same men who were appointed at the organization with the ex- 
ception of the Rev. J. E. Jenkins, resigned, and L. M. Rice with Rev. A. G. 
Bergen added by election to the Board since the organization. 

The first report was made in May, 1882, and the ninth is made to-day. 

The first report gave a list of ninety congregations, forty-six Presbyteries, 
and eleven individuals contributing to this cause $598.61. 

This year's report includes a few over thirteen hundred congregations, all 
the Presbyteries in the Church except two (Chillicothe and Muskingum), 
and nearly two hundred individuals, counting the ministers, giving personal 
offerings, and these have contributed $10,300.35. 

That first year's work told the needs of three ministers and one widow, 
and their necessities relieved to the amount of $140.50. The year that closes 
now reminds us that the homes of forty ministers, thirty-eight widows, and 
two sets of orphans have been gladdened and made to rejoice with those 
things necessary to life and which are represented by a money value of $6,- 
660.24 ; besides there are several applications to add to the above at the very 
beginning of the new year. 

The work has been phenomenal, and yet a delight as every year passes. 

The Roll 

that could be called at this hour, c-omprising the names of eighty families 
distributed in about sixty different Presbyteries, would interest this audi- 
ence and awaken profound feelings, for of this number there would be the 
names of Moderator of the Assembly and all degrees of merit from the high- 
est to the lowest. There would appear the name of a former pastor of some 
elder commissioner on this floor, as well as the name of some faithful man 
of God who, by his efficiency and faithfuhiess made it possible for some min- 
ister now taking part in these deliberations to have a delightful field of 
work. 

There are names of grand, good men on this list and some of our purest, 
most consecrated Christian womanhood api)ear as well. We would not un- 
dertake in every instance to defend the name you might call, for as a Board 
we are not altogether responsible for every name which is listed on our 
books. The Presbyteries very largely are to blame if unworthy j)er8on8 are 
aided. We do say that where there is any intimation of demerit a careful- 
ness is exercised which must meet the ai)proval of the most conservative, 
and yet we know it is a harder piece of work than many of you tliink to see 
some brother minister who is actually in ni;ed— has been a very good man, 
but his work has not been as pro8i)erous nor as faithful as it could have been 
in our judgment — we say it is hard to see him in need and refuse to recom- 
mend him for aid. Just put yourself on a committee for such a one and 



1890.] Ministerial Relief. 87 

take the ease into hand in the liu;ht and spirit of llini who adininistered to 
the wants of man and gave us the example of "going about to do good," 
and if some bi(jtherdoes n-eeive aid that we tliink liardly deserves it, you will 
be the one that will have the least to say in eritieism. You will observe Ijy 
a careful perusal of the names, very few are missing, if any, from the ri )11 of the 
previous year, but quite a number have been added, as last year's list num- 
bered seventy-four, and the difference between that and eighty-four or six, 
which is the actual number to begin another year with, will sh(jw that this 
work is increasing in demand as well as in interest and co-operation on the 
part of the Church. 

From the Field 

come the interesting signs of favor and development. About one hvindred 
and twenty-five more Churches made ofierings this year than did last, and 
some few from which we heard last increased their contributions so that the 
report shows an increase of something near $1,800 over our last annual re- 
port ; but not the least sign, from the Church at work, is the hearty words of 
sympathy and good cheer mixed with the "God bless you" coming from 
every source. 

From the Homes of Those Aided, 

too, is to be heard the voice of gratitude and prayers for God's blessings to 
rest on those, whose hands, uncler God, have poured out into their humble 
homes the blessings of life. There are smiles and tears there, also pain, 
sickness, and death. Longing, waiting for the end, looking back over the 
past, hoping to be able to preach one more sermon. Voices long hushed 
seem to be heard at the school-house, the meeting-house, the grove, the 
old camp-ground shed, an<l around the family altar, and thinking to join in the 
chorus, the cracked voice lifts itself (jnly to realize by its huskiness and dif- 
ficulty that memory has allured it into the past and in imagination the 
preacher has seen and mingle<l with the loved of long ago. Then comes the 
wish to depart and be at rest. But that is not all. Let us take you to one 
other scene. 

There stands at the gate of a preacher's home — his while he pays rent — a 
minister who has labored successfully in a number of Churches in Kentucky, 
Indiana, and Illinois; he has walked to the gate with his daughter, who bids 
him good-bye for the day to walk to a school-house two miles aw ay to meet her 
classes. " That is nothing," you say, but wait. You observe this man leans on 
a staff' and trembles, and tears trickle down his cheeks as lie watches his frail 
daughter receding in the distance. " ^Vhy weep, O man ? "' " This is why,", 
he says, "Did 1 ever think I would come to the point where my children 
wouUl have U> support me?" He tm-ns to the house heavy at heart — he 
can not work — live he must — he has not laid by for this extremity — what 
must he do — simi)ly sit down in his home, with all the desire of a good father 
to help his children crushed, and submit to being helpetl by the daughter 
and wife. If he ha<l carelessly spent his money and tinu' it woultl be differ- 
ent, but he gave up all prospect of the.se things and spi'iit liis time and en- 
ergies in the interest of others. Has not the Lord said concerning "Him 
who forsakes houses and lands and homes," etc., all these things here — yes, 
at tln' hands of those whom his minister serves; hence it is with gladness 
that we announce our ellorts at trying to verify this promise of (to(1. We 
approach the home of one of thes^e fandlies — the children run to meet us — 
call om- names and kiss us, conduct us into their home, and show many ar- 
ticles, the gifts of friends. Why is this children? They answer, "The Lord 
is good to us because our father was a preacher; the Board of Ministerial 
Relief collects money from the Churches where father jireached and sends 
it to us, and () how we love tho.se people, tlod bless them; we i)ray for 
them every night." 

To another home we go, mother is sick, scant are the meals and clothing. 
The boys and girls work hard to get a living, and every thing seems to be 
against them. In their young minds at the bar of reason comes the ques- 
tion, why is it thus? My father was a good man, he worked hard for others, 
was going night and <lay, but seemed to care little for us. If he diil care for 
us, why did he not do more for us? Why did he leave us homeless, peuui- 



88 Ministerial Relief. [1890. 

less, l)readless? Why? why? why? If this is the way a preacher has to 
live, I do not want to be one, it is said. Then if he did so much for others, 
why do they not show more gratitude for what ray father has done ? Our 
country doe's — any man of honor in the community or in any line of l)usi- 
ness wiio is unfortunate is cared for and helped, and" should he die his family 
is looked after. This is the way of the world, but the way of the Church 
and religion is to let my father's family suffer. 

Then comes the decision at this extremity, I believe I shall take the way 
of the world, and it is often too true — preachers' children are seeking other 
walks of life. 

As THE Board Sees It. 

Certainly the Board knows that we should receive and disburse the funds, 
using due "diligence and carefulness, but we have felt greater obligations on 
us than this— that is, to educate the Church and develop it in this line of 
benevolence as well as to have a guardianship over those who are aided by 
the Board. 

Hence, no doubt, many who hear and read this report have received 
words of information, encouragement as well as exhortation, on the subject 
of relief. AVe are very grateful for. the co-operation and sympathy which 
have come from you. 

With the facilities at hand, we think the work has been done'very well, 
and are grateful to God for his blessings of increase this year. And yet, as 
a view is taken of all the surroundings, there is a breadth to this work 
which can and ought to be reached of which few have even dreamed. To 
say that it has reached its climax is to say, We do not propose to meet our 
obligations to the dependent, and to urge our dropping behind is the very 
element in which the Church is weak to-day— benevolent and charitable 
institutions. 

Protestantism is pitted against Roman Catholicism, and the cry is, " AVhat 
phall we do to stop the onward march of this dangerous influence?" then 
we madlv rush forward to the platform and pvdpit and cry out against the 
Roman Catholics. Judiciously done, it may be to a degree good, but there 
will come along two inoffensive " .Sisters," and from the pockets of the 
Protestants get monev to build a home for the aged, the poor, the homeless, 
the friendless, the orphan, and the sick. Then this very building speaks 
louder to the heart of man than any sermon or lecture. 

Go and do likewise. Churches of Christendom, and you will do more to 
raise the standard of the Cross to its true position, defeat Roman Catholi- 
cism, as well as attract manv men who are making se{;ret societies their 
Church. 

We are glad, as your servants, to report that your (^luirches and preachers 
have heard your appeals in behalf of this cause gladly, and have responded 
quite liberailv. It finds a welcome wherever presente<l. We reconnnend 
for your commendation the faithful men who have presented this matter to 
their charges, and the liberal, benevolent men and women and children 
who have responded to their call. 

There has bec-n a healthy growth in interest this year, and we believe that 
there luLsonly another (juarter to appearand another oj)i)()rtnnity to be given 
when the young tree will add another year to its age and one more healthy 
increasi' to' its circumference. The sa'me i-o-operating syn\pathy, prayers, 
and liberal offerings as in the past we ask through you for the future. We 
would have you emi)hasize two points only on which you have already 
declared yourself, and these are — 

1. As to recommending persons for aid. Please say to the Presbyteries: 
They should stand manfully up under the duties falling upon them, 
and'not recommend a i)erson for aid that they feel shouM not be helped, 
and one whom, if the Board does aid, will only bring contempt upon the 
cause in the region wluTethat person lives. Also in sending an ai)i)lication 
to be sure to send the fullest iufurmation i)ossible almut tlie circumstances 
of the i)artv applying for aid. 

2. That everv preadier give his Church or Churches a chance to make an 
offering to this cause after haying given them all the information he can 



1890.] Ministerial Relief. 89 

get, and furnii^hint^ them with evt'ry tiling lie can to aid them t<j a Hl)eral 
response to the same. At least half of yonr Chnrches have resi)onded this 
year. 

The Standing Committee 

is a verj' important factor in this work both to the Board and Presbytery. 
There should be one in every Presbj'tery, whether there is an applicant or 
not. 

THE DUTY OF THE COMMITTEE. 

To transmit to the preachers and Churches of the Presbytery any infor- 
mation, plans, and appliances of the P>oard ; and to have an oversight of the 
-conducting of the work, as well as to investigate the application of any per- 
son, giving full information as to the needs of the person applying, also the 
merit of that person, and be ready at any time to communicate any change 
in the condition of such a person. 

The chairman of such a committee should be in direct communication 
with the Board all the time, consult the Minutes of the General Assembly 
to see the deliverances of that body as to the wishes of Assembly and 
Board concerning the Presbyteries. 

The Box Department. 

It has been our pleasure to observe the gladness of those making up a 
^box or barrel .to send to some one of our beneficiaries, as well as to be in the 
home of one where such a box was received, and to see the joy with which 
the children and oc cupants of that home ri'ceived the contents and sjioke 
of the senders. It is a blessing to those making up such boxes. It interests 
and gladdens at both ends of the line. A doll sent from a home of luxury 
to a home where there is no doll ; picture books and games that have been 
a source of amusement and profit once to many homes, but now the chil- 
dren are tired of them and never use them — these could and ought to be 
gathered up and sent to a home where they are not and can not be unless 
sent there. Articles of clothing are often very acceptaV)le, and are appre- 
ciated very liighly; and how much our interest increases when we have 
made and sent garments with our own hamls to those who used them. 

What Shall I Do? 

BY THE COUKESi'ONDING SECKETAKY. 

I am the jdastor of a church. The Assembly has the year divided into 
four quarters, and these are known as the quarters for Home Missions, Ed- 
ucation, Foreign Missions, and Ministi-rial Relief. Shall 1 decide as to the 
most important of these enterprises, stir uj) my peojjle on that, inform 
them about it and use all laudable metho<ls to get a liberal oti'ering for it 
and let the others go unnoticed, or shall I just casually mention them and 
say: "If any of you want to send any thing, hand it to me, I am going to 
send a little mite, and will send yours along." 

1 can not make a thorough canvass of my Church but for one thing in a 
year. Tlu' Assembly has made a mi.'^take in asking that four causi-s be pre- 
senti'd in one year; it ought to be four in four years. 

Or, shall I say the .\ssembly asks im- tn give my people information on 
""Home Mission work, its needs,.the jirofit in it, our iluty toward, etc.," and 
by the grai-e of (xod I propose to do it. 1 send for envelopes, for informa- 
tion; I apjioint a day called " Home Mission Day." A committee has pre- 
pared a special programme bearing on this work ; they have distributed 
these envelopes, with a personal appeal in eai-h envelope, to every man, 
woman, and child of the Church. Tlu' congregation is a.ssembled, the pro- 
gramme n'lidered, every perstjn given an oppcjrtunity to make an oftering 
on the merits of the ca.'^e; the money is counted, the treasurer sentls it to 
•the Hoard, and so I <lo in every other (piarter. This way, an<l this oidy, in 
my opinion, is the way to settle which is the most important, and how 
jBUch my people shall give. 



90 Ministerial Relief. [1890- 

AiMotTXTS Paid Beneficiaries. 

TO MINISTERS. 

Name. Presbytkry. ^UiorxT. 

Eev. W. H. Baldridge McGready $125 00 

Kev. John Bt-unett Mackinaw 75 00 

Rev. A. H. BeiTV Kansas 100 00 

Rev. D. P Bratcher Noliu 51 25 

Rev. F. Bridgeman Wichita 50 00 

Rev. E. Brown Washington 75 00 

Rev. J. B. Bralej^ Salem 30 00 

Rev. G. N. Clampitt Louisiana 125 00 

Rev. C. M. Coftee King 75 00 

Rev. G. Davenport Springfield 50 00 

Rev. W. B. Dawson Bacon 100 00 

Rev. J. B. Dobson Knoxville 150 00 

Rev. George Folsom Bethel 50 00 

Rev. N. J. Fox Mississippi 100 00 

Kev. J. C. Gaston Waco 50 OO 

Rev. S. Goodnight Wichita 75 00 

Rev. James Hall Chattanooga 100 00 

Rev. J. T. A. Henderson Union 175 00 

Rev. J. B.Jackson McMinnville 104 00 

Rev. LewisJulian Bartholomew 50 00 

Rev. J. B. Kistner Springfield 75 00' 

Rev. G. W. Lagrone Mound Prairie... 300 00 

Rev. Finis Leach Searcy 100 00 

Rev. S. M. Lewis San Saba 75 00 

Rev. D. R. Marshall Lebanon 75 00 

Rev. M. W. McConnell Sparta 75 00 

Rev. J. A. McMahon Florida 75 00 

Rev. Daniel Patton Platte 100 50 

Rev. J. J. Power Tennessee 100 00 

Rev. J. L. Richards Trinity 75 00 

Rev. V. N. Sampson > Albion 50 00 

Rev. R. E. Sanders Tehuacana 100 00 

Rev. Allen Short Republican Valley 75 00 

Rev. J. P. Smith ..Talladega 100 00 

Rev. J. AV. L. Smith Georgia 100 00 

Rev. W. O. Smith Foster 75 00 

Rev. S T. Stewart Pennsylvania 100 00 

Rev. James White Sangamon 125 00 

Rev. Josepli Willmon Bartholomew 50 00 

Rev. J. C. Wylie Searcy 75 0(>— 1:^)10 I75i^ 

TO WIDOWS AND ORPHANS. 

Mrs. E. C. Alsup Springfield .f; 50 00 

Mrs. C. A. Baker Madison 75 00 

Mrs. L. (i. Barker Tennessee 150 00 

Mrs. E. P,. Brigiiam Lebanon aO (H) 

Mrs. M. J. Urown Ozark 75 00 

Miss M. J. Barney Oxford 140 4!) 

Mrs. M. II. Cain.." Princeton 75 00 

Mrs. A. Clark Platte 75 00 

Mrs. S. E. Cleaver Iowa 100 00 

Mrs. S. E. Vox Burrow 75 (Kl 

Mrs. Mary Crutchcr Little River 100 00 

Mrs. Arminta Davis Little I\ivi'r 75 00 

Mrs. F.J. Davis Hopewell 100 00 

Mrs. Sallic Kaslcv New IIojk' 75 00 

Mrs. E. A. (Jrilli'tli (ieorgia 75 00 

Mrs. A. Haley Vandalia 50 00 

Mrs. M. E. Hunter Maekinaw 75 00- 



iSgo.] Ministerial Relief. 91 

Mi-s. Kosa Jolinson Red Kivcr $ 75 00 

Mrs. E. Jordan -. Obion 50 00 

Kirkpatrick children Madison 75 00 

Mrs. M. L I amiu Greenville 25 00 

Mrs. Minnie Lee Mound Prairie 100 00 

Mrs. J. B. Madden Mackinaw 200 00 

Mrs. Pernecia Manslicld Loofan 75 00 

Maxev children Richland 75 00 

Mrs. Marv McBee Robert Donuell 75 00 

Mrs. E. C. McBryde White River 75 00 

Mrs. ]\Iarv McGehee Princeton 75 00 

Mrs. Harriett McKinnev Oxford 50 00 

Mrs. Jane Mallov ." Richland 50 00 

Mrs. M. A. Phillev Yazoo 25 00 

Mrs. E. 8. Porter..'. Bell 75 00 

Mrs. Sarah Reed New Lebanon 25 00 

Mrs. .S. A. Roach Guadalupe 100 00 

Mrs. M. W. Stephenson Yazoo 50 00 

Mrs. Sallie Strickland Ewing (Ark.) 85 00 

Mrs. Eugenia Thomas Menij)his 50 00 

Mrs. C. N.Wood Tennessee 150 00 

Wood's daughters Tennessee 75 00 — S;^,049 49 



230 91 


33 54 


333 5f> 


58 90 


83 02 



Total amounts paid to beneficiaries $6,660 24 

Annual Report of the Treasirer for 1889-90. 

DR. 

To balance from last year S 2,086 74 

To contributions from Churches 10,015 05 

To contriV)utions from individuals 

To (contributions from miscellaneous 

To interest on permanent fund 

To Box Departmi'nt 

To reported to Board but not received 

Total ?:12,842 32 

CR. 

By appropriations to ministers * 3,()10 75 

By appropriations to widows and orphans 3,049 49 

Bv salarv Corresponding Secretarv 500 00 

By clerk hire ." 100 00 

By postage 106 55 

By stationery and printing 269 26 

By traveling expenses 181 99 

By amount transferred to permanent fund 1,000 00 

By miscellaneous expenses 3 05 

Bv express and registry 8 25 

By Box Department..." 58 90 

By reported to Board but not received 83 62 

Bv balance on hand 3,870 46 



Total $12,842 32 

I'ER-MANENT FIND. 

Legacy of Mrs. A. Short S 2,515 14 

Amount from A Friend 300 00 

Amount from Texas Synod ^ 110 20 

Amount transferred from current receipts 3,(>99 66 



Total S 6,625 00 

Board of Ministerial Relief. 
[See Statistical Tables for contribution-s by congregations. — T. C. B., S. C] 



92 Ministerial Relief. [1890. 

General Statejment.s. 

The purpose for which this Corporation is formed is to receive, hold, con- 
vey, and disburse such real and personal property as uiay be given by will 
or otherwise to it, or acquired by it in any legitimate way,' for the relief and 
support of disabled ministers and missionaries, and of the needy widows 
and orphans of deceased ministers and missionaries, or of such other per- 
sons as may be dependent upon said ministers and missionaries. 

Appropriations from the funds of the Corporation shall be made alone, 
first, to such ministers as are members in good standing of some Presbytery 
of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, they having fully consecrated 
themselves, since entering said ministry, to the active duties thereof in 
said Church, and who are not able to support themselves by any suitable 
vocation of life, and to such missionaries as have been appointerl to work 
in Home or Foreign fields by the recognized authorities of said Cumberland 
Presbyterian Church, and who liave faithfully discharged the duties as- 
signed them during the time of their appointment, and who are not able 
to support themselves by any suitable vocation in life; and, second, that so 
far as may be consistent with the wants of disabled ministers and mission- 
aries, the Board may also furnish aid to the widow's and orphans of minis- 
ters and missionaries aforesaid, and to such other person or persons as may 
be, or may have been, dependent upon said ministers and missionaries. 



EuLEs FOR Disbursing Funds. 

1. All appropriations for ministers must be made on the recommenda- 
tion of the Presbytery to wliich the applicant belongs, or of a standing com- 
ndttee of that Presbytery. Appropriations for the widows and orphans 
of deceased i:^nisters must be made on the recommendation of the Pres- 
bytery to w^hich said minister belonged at the time of his death or of a 
standing committee of that Presbytery. Appropriations for missionaries 
who are not ministers, or for those who are, or have been, dependent upon 
such missionaries, shall be made on the recommendation of the Board by 
which such missionaries were, or may be, employed. 

2. Appropriations are made for one year or less, except when otherwise 
ordered; and if aid is continued, the recommendations must be renewed 
from year to year. 

3. The following blanks shall be used in all applications for aid: 



Form of Application for a Disabled Minister. 

The Presbytery of hereby recommends to the Board of Ministerial 

Relief of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, for aid during the year 

180..,, the Rev , who is a member of this Presbytery in good 

standing. 

1. Give the age of the minister, the number of years he has l)een in the 
ministry, and his present address. 

2. His fields of labor and results. 



3. Has he, in the judgment of the Presbytery, been faithful to his ordina- 
tion vow? 



4. How much of his time, if any, since his ordination, ha« not been 
devoted to the active duties of the ministry? and what were the reasons 
therefor? 



1890.] Ministerial Relief. 93 

5. In what does his disability consist? How long has it existed? Is it 
regarded as permanent or temporary ? 

6. Who are dependent upon him for support? (If children, give name, 
health, age, and sex.) 



7. What are his circumstances, and his prospects for support in the 
future ? 



• , Moderator. 

, Stated Clerk. 

Or, 



y Standing Committee. 



[Forward to Rev. J. H. Miller, Secretary, Evansville, Ind. Give address of 
Moderator and Stated Clerk, or of Chairman of Standing Committee ] 



Form of Application for a Minister's Widow. 

The Presbytery of hereby recommends to the Board of Ministerial 

Relief of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, for aid during the year 
189..., Mrs , widow of the Rev 

1. Give the age and present address of Mrs 



2. AVherej when, and at what age did her husband die? and with what 
Presbvterv was he connected at the time of his death? 



3. How long was her husband in the ministry? His field, where? The 
fruit of his labors, what? 



4. Was he, as far as his Presbytery can ascertain, faithful to his ordina- 
tion vow? 



5. If any of his time after ordination was not spent in the active duties 
of the ministry, how much? and wliat was tlie reason therefor? 

6. Who are dependent on the widow for support? (Give name, health,, 
and age of each child ) 



7. What are her circumstances, and her prospects for support in the 
future ? 

, Moderator. 



, Stat^^d Clerk. 

Or, 

Standing Committee. 



[Forward to Rev. J. H. Miller, Secretary, Evansville, Ind. Give address of 
Moderator and Stated Clerk, or of Chairman of Standing Committee.] 



94 Education. [1890. 



IV.~EDUCATION. 



To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church : • 

The Board of Education herewith submits its Ninth Annual Report. 

The work of this Board is steadily gi'owing, and its influence widening. 
With the hearty co-operation of the whole Church in all its aims, its power 
for good can hardly be estimated. 

That the Church is awakening to the importance of its work there can be 
no doubt, for there has been a large gain in every way. We have contrib- 
uting to it this year four hundred and twenty-six Churches, representing 
eighty-six Presbyteries; a gain of one hundred and three Churches and 6ne 
Presbytery over last year, while our cash receipts are fully twenty-five per 
cent in excess of tliose of last year. We have also twelve contributing Sab- 
bath-schools. 

The direct effect of the work of the Board is seen in the increased enroll- 
ment of candidates and licentiates in our schools, and the longer time in 
which they remain at school. 

We are assured by the faculty of the Theological Seminary at Lebanon 
that their work is very much more satisfactory, in that the students remain 
whole terms instead of a few short months, as heretofore, and then leave for 
want of means. Why should not every one of our probationers for the min- 
istry be at school ? We learn, from information furnished the Board, that 
the following ministerial students are in school ; to wit: At Missouri Valley 
College, 14; Bethel College, 10; Southern Illinois College, 3; Trinity Uni- 
versity, 28 ; Cumberland University, 88. Total, 143. 

No report was received from either Lincoln University or Waynesburg 
College, but allow that there are fifty more students in other schools not re- 
porting, and we have a grand total of one hundred and ninety-three minis- 
terial students in school ; some of this numb'r are ordained ministers, and 
have been for several years past. Now the Minutes of the Creneral Assem- 
bly of 18Si) show that there are four hundred and seventy-nine candidates 
and licentiates, so we have at least three hundred candidates and licentiates 
that, so far as the rolls of our Church schools show, are not in school at all. 

PUESBYTERIAL EDrC.\TION.\.L COMMITTEES. 

This Board has earnestly sought to have every Presbytery create a perma- 
nent Committee on Education, whose duty it shall be to look carefully after 
the education of every one of its candidates, and whose chairman will be 
the correspondent and local secretary of this Board in his particular I'res- 
bytery. Many of the Presbyteries have acceded to this request, but very 
many others ignore or neglect it. 

Pkesbyterial Recommendations. 

In view of the fact that the Board's means are very limited and that we 
can not help all who ai)i»ly, nor to tlie extent asked, it is proper that the 
Presbyteries sliould use care in the selection of candidates whom they would 
reconnnend to this Board for assistance. Those who give promise of most 
usefulness, an<l are otherwise equally meritorious and needing assistance, 
should be preferred among tliose recommended. 



1890.] Education. 95 

MaUI!IKO StI'DKXTS. 

This Board prescribes no tests, nor imposes any conditions upon those ap- 
plying for aid, other tlian have been prescribed or approved by you. We 
have construed the rule adopted l)y you at the last Asseiuljly, regarding aid 
to married students, who clioose to marry after receiving their call to the 
ministry, to apply only to those students marrying since tlie promulgation 
•of that rule, consequently we have, during the past year, helped several who 
were married prior to that edict of the Asseml)ly. 

Sir DENTS AlHED. 

Aid has been rendered students during the past year as follows: 

Wavne.sburg College o students # 170 00 

Bethel College o students 110 00 

Missouri \'allev College 1 studi-nt 30 00 

Trinity University 9 students :545 00 

Lincoln University o students loO 00 

Cumberland T^niversity 00 students l,GoO 00 



Total 54 students $2,435 00 

To this should Ije added the amount contributetl under the direction of 
this Board to four students of New Hope Presljytery, by the Educational So- 
ciety of New Hope Presbytt-ry, amounting to .'5247.80. 

A schedule giving the names of students aided, and the amounts, is on 
tile in the ottice of the Secretary and Trt-asurer, and is open to inspection. 

It will be rememl;ered that there are eighty-eight ministerial .students in 
Cumberland University, and tliat most of these are in the Theological Semi- 
nary, and will soon be in the tieUl, which accounts for the amount of aid 
^ven here. 

Reported Donations. 

We have been repeatedly asked to make mention in our annual reports 
of the donations of individual Churches and Presbyteries. Tliis we have 
declined to do believing that to do so would retard the work of co-operation 
so rapidly advancing in the work of all the IJoards, and which is so essential to 
success. That it would encourage individual etlbrt alone, and destroy unity 
of action, thereby weakening the ])ower and influence of this Board for good 
and usefulness, and tend to make it a mere intelligence ofhce without the 
strength and jjowt-r that is found in the united action of many, and that is 
found in one directing and controlling head. 

It is a well established rule of this Board that donors may, if tlu'v choose, 
name the persons to wliom their donations shall be given, an<l we will not 
question the right, but faithfully apply them as directed, yet we think the 
best interests oi the work demand that all contributions sent to us should be 
applied as wisdom and prudence may dictate, and having regard tothegen- 
■eral welfare of the Church. 

Scnoi>AusHii' Find. 

This Board very earnestly desire to build up a permanent fund out of 
■which scholarships may be created, and students elected theri'to for the 
full term of their school life. Looking to this end, we began this year with 
your approval heretofore given to retire fifty per cent of all return loans. 
The amount retired this year being ninety dollars ; this sum, together with a 
fund specially contributed by Guthrie Prt-sbytery, being the proceeds in 
part of a note on Rev. T. A. Cowan, the interest of which is to be applied 
to the educati(ui of candidates of that Presbytery, has been loaned upon 
good security at six per cent interest. 

This Board has been duly chartered under the laws of the State of Ten- 
nessee, and is legally authorized to accept of all beiiuests and trusts, having 
for their pur|)ose the education of young nunisters in the Cumberland Pres- 
byterian Church, and we know of no worthier object to attract the benevo- 
lences of those qualified to bestow them. 



96 Education. [1890.. 

Endowment of Cumberland University.. 

AVe liave as usual audited the accounts of J. 8. Grider, D.D., your Endow- 
ment Agent for the Theological School of Cumberland University. Hia 
report shows a gain to the University for the past year of: 

Cash S2,62(i 50 

Notes 1,915 00 

Promises and Wills 5,093 50 

Total $9,635 00 

What may he realized from the latter is very uncertain, but in the five 
years past as much as $3,458 has l^een realized from this item. While the 
work of Brother Grider has been of very great and lasting benefit to the 
Theological .Seminary, we may be permitted to say that the Church has very 
largely fallen short of its duty in this regard. Brother Grider has a plan 
looking to the endowment of the Theological School which he will, with 
your permission, pro-sent in ])erson, and we bespeak your careful considera- 
tion of the same, and fully indorse it. 

Changes in the Board. 

During the past year our brothers, J. C. Provine, D.D., and John Frizzell,. 
who have served long and faithfully upon the Board, have seen proper to 
resign, and in their stead we have elected, subject to your approval, ruling 
elders T. M. Hurst and Frank Slemmons, both of Nashville, Tennessee, the 
home of the Board. 

Rob't L. INIorris, who has filled the post of Secretary for two years past, 
finding tliat the work of the office was rapidlj' increasing, and making a 
greater demand upon his time than could well l)e aftbrded, resigned the 
position. The Board, believing the interest of the work demanded it, have 
consolidated the offices of Secretary and Treasurer, and tlv>cted thereto the 
Rev. J. R. Henry, the pr^'sent pastor of Watkins Park Church, Nashville, 
Tennessee, at a salary of four hundred dollars per annum, who, in conjunc- 
tion with his pastoral duties, and until the work shall demand his whole 
time, will discharge the duties of the office. He was not elected a member 
of the Board, l:)ut is an officer of it, and subject to its orders, and is the only 
salaried officer or member of the Board. 

We respectfully ask your approval of these changes. 

Financial Statement. 
The following is a statement of the receipts and dis))ursements of the 
Board for the year ending April 1, 1890: 

receipts. 

From donations, (leneral $2,472 82 

From donations, Special 454 44 

From i-eturned loans 180 00 

From Note of Rev. T. A. Cowan 190 50 

From interest on scholarship fund 5 00 

Total receipts $3,308 76 

DISnURSEMENTS. 

Loans to Students $2,305 00 

Donations to students as spcciallv directed 454 44 

Re-iml)urs.'d Treasury deficit (»f 1888 and 1889 :!4 50 

Amount carried to scliolarship fund 95 00 

Amount carried to (iuthrie Presbytery fund I9() .50 

Travi'ling expenses of J. C. FVovine, Treasurer 9 50 

Stamps and jnistal cards 45 32 

Stationery and printing 104 35 

Clerks' lure 62 50 

Expressage 1 65 

Total $3,308 76 



i8go.] Education. . 97 

We file lierewitli an itemized stati'iiient of (lunations by ChureheH, socie- 
ties, and individuals, classified hy Presbyteries. 

Your Board fee Isfi'reatly encouraged by the increased number of Churcheg 
co-o|)eratiii<i' with it, and is assured that when its w^ork and aims are clearly 
understood by all the (Churches, many that are now out of line will cheer- 
fully ai<l in tiie work, and a new era in the educational life of our beloved 
denomination will begin. 

KespeetfuUy submitted. Rois't L. JMokuis, Secretary. 

[See Statistical Tables for contril)iiti()ii.s by congregations. — T. C. B., S. C] 



Pkesbytekial Recommendation of a Candidate to the Board ok Edv- 

CATION OF THE CUMBERLAND PrESBYTERIAN ChURCH. 

At a meeting of the Presbytery of 

held at on the 

day of 18 , the following candidate for the 

Ministry was satisfactorily examined as to the points indic;ated by the 
questions below, and is hereby recommended to the Board of P'ducation 
for aid. 

What is the Candidate's name ? 

Age? Residence? ; 

Is the Presbytery satisfied as to his experimental piety ? 

As to his motives for seeking the ministry? 

As to his talents? As to his health? 

As to his promise of practical efficiency ? 

Is he free from expensive or injurious habits? 

What is the lowest amount of pecuniary aid required to supplement his 
really necessary expenses till the end of the present collegiate year? 

Of what congregation is he a member? 

How long has he been in the communion of the Church ? 

What is his stage of study ? 

Where studying? 

If in a Theological Seminary, has he pursued a collegiate course or its 

equivalent? 

Has he been recommended to the Presbytery by his Church Session? 

Can he recite the General Assembly's Shorter Catechism ? 

Give the name of some responsible person (usually a member of the faculty 
of the institution, or his pastor) through whom the appropriation can be 
sent 



Chairman of Committee on Education. 

(Dated) , 18 

7 



98 Education. [1890. 

REPORT OF TRU1STEE8 OF CU.MBERLAND UNIVERSITY. 

To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in session at Union City, 
Tennessee : 

TIk' Trustees of Cumberland University ssubiuit the following as their 
Annual Report to your reverend body : 

The college year, ending June o, 1890, has been exceedingly prosperous 
and encouraging. The forth-coming Catalogue will show a decrease of only 
one in the general aggregate of students in attendance. The only notice- 
able falling otf has been in the Preparatory Sehool, which is easily explained 
by the fact that the public schools of Lebanon have greatly improved in 
character during the current year, and as a consequence, the University 
Preparatory has sutlered a loss in local patronage. This loss has, however, 
been so far comp^'usated for by an increase in the number of candidates for 
the ministry, and an increase in the number of law students, that the gen- 
eral aggregate is only one less this year than last, as above stated. The 
Catalogue of 1888-9 showed a total of eighty-two (82) young men preparing 
for the ministry in attendance. The Catalogue of the current year will 
show the number to be eighty-eight (88), an increase of six (0). The num- 
ber of theological students attending the Seminary exclusively last year 
was thirty-seven (37) ; this year the number is thirty-eight (:-i8), an increase 
of one (1). 

The gradual increase from year to year of the number of students pre- 
paring for the ministry must be accepted as an encouraging fact. But the 
increase is so slow that it seems to justify the Board in directing your atten- 
tion again to the appai'ent apathy that exists in the Church on the subject 
of a thoroughly educated ministry. In this connection we can do no better 
than to quote the words of a report made by one of your committees at 
your last annual sitting. "The importance of the school can not be too 
highly estimated. The young ministers of to-day are to l)e, in a large 
measure, the leaders in the religious, intellectual, and the social life of the 
age. . . . This is an ago of quickened thought, of increasing intelligence 
among the masses, and times like these demand ministers of broadrr cul- 
ture than any period of the past. They must not only keep abreast w'ith 
those of the best thought, but they must go in advance of them. Men of 
every profession are now being trained — the lawyer, the doctor, the 
teacher — in schools adopted to these professions, and furnishing them qual- 
ifications in the line of their work, and it is even more important that min- 
isters should be trained for their work." (See Minutes of the Assembly, 
1889, pp. 4o-4.) These strong words, to the strength of which we can add 
nothing, import a duty resting on the Church which can not be neglei'ted if 
we expect to continue to hold our place among the religious denominations 
of the world, or if we as a Church expect to render our reasonable service 
to the age or to God. The statistical table contained in the last Minutes of 
the Assembly shows 479 candidates and licentiates in the ('hurch. This 
report accounts for eighty-eight of that nundn'r. Where are the remaining 
391? If they are not being looked after in the matter of pr<iper educational 
training for their great nussion, should it not be done at once? 

In the matter of endowment for the Theological School, the Board re- 
ports a decided and continuing increase in the fund devoted to that pur- 
pose. The aggregate amount is now sixty-one thousand dollars, as follows: 

Amount in hands of Trustees of the Church, known as Doherty 

Fund, on which this Board receives interest ". $10,000 00 

Real estate (i)aying annual rent) 2,000 00 

Mortgages and bonds bearing six per cent 39,000 00 

Grider notes uncollected 10,000 00 

In all the sum of $01,000 00 

The notes heretofore taken by the Church's agent. Rev. J. S. (jrider, 
D.D., as they nuitured. have nearly all l)eeii paid, not live per ci'ut of them, 
perhaps, proving uncoUectable. Applying this rule to the notes now in the 
hands of the Treasurer of this Board, the above aggregate would be slightly 



1890.] Education. 99 

reduced. The income from this eiidowiuent is now about sutticient to pay 
three full salaries of $1,200 each. Brother (irider's work will ultimately 
endow the school, and the Board thinks it of the utmost importance that he 
shoulil be continued in the Held. His report of work for last year will be 
made to your reverend body throut^h the ('omuiittee on Education, and it 
will contain niany items of encouraginji information to the Church. 

At the Assembly of bS.SO, the sum of two thousand dollars was pledged 
from Presbyteries for the jnirpose of pre[)aring greater accommodations for 
students at Divinity Hall. Of the sum so pletlged, eleven hundred dollars 
has been paid to E. E. Beard, Treasurer of this Board. Upon the faith 
that the remaining nine hundred dollars will be ])aid within the next two 
or three months, the Board has let out a contract for the erection of a build- 
ing of brick to cost $2,700. The Board thinks it can jn-ovide for the extra 
$700 without calling on the Churcii. The building will be completed in 
first-class style by the opening of the Sei)tcml)er term next, and when com- 
pleted will furnish room for at least twenty-four additional students. The 
building will be ornamented in architectural design, and will add greatly to 
the attractiveness of Divinity Hall grounds. 

In all departments of the University the Faculty have been earnest and 
faithful in the discharge of their class-room duties. 

Sixteen law students were graduated in January, and tifty-nine young 
men will be graduated from the various dej)artments of the institution ou 
the 5th day of June, and it may l)e said of them as a class, that they will 
well deserve the honors to be conferred upon them. 

No change in this Board, and none in the University Faculty has oc- 
curred since the last rej)(jrt. 

KespeetfuUy submitted. Andrew B. Martin, 

President Board of Trustees of Cumberland University. 

A. F. Clavwell, 

Secretary Board of Trustees of Cumberland University. 



lOO 



Correspondence. [1890- 



V.-CORRESPONDENCE. 



LOCATING THE PUBLISHING HOUSE. 

To the General Assmbly of the Cumberland Piesb3'teiian Church, to convene at Union City, 
lenn., May 15, 1890: 

Moderator and Brethren: — The undersigned Committee appointed by 
the last General Assembly to advise with the Board of Publieation in reLr- 
ence to the permanent location of the Publishing House, submit the follow- 
ing report : 

The committee convened first at Evansville, Ind., November 17, 1889, and 
again two days later in Nashville, Tenn., continuing in session at the latter 
place, three days. We carefully and prayerfully considered all the propo- 
sitions brought before us, and we patiently heard all parties in advocacy of 
the different places presented by them, and afti r mature deliberation, we 
came unanimously to the conclusion that said Publishing House should be 
located in the city of Nashville, Tenn. The sum of ten thousand dollars Js 
guaranti ed here. 

Respectfullv submitted. J. B. Mitchell, 

W. S. Danley, 
James Best, 
J. L. Cooper, 
Charles Manton, 
J. Keed Morris. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE TO A^ISIT THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL. 

To t'le General As.seiubly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in session in Union City, 
Tenn., .May 1 >, 1«'J0: 

Moderator and Brethren: — Your Committee appointed to visit the 
Theological School in Cumberland University would submit the following 
report : 

The members of your committee have visited the University. J. ^L Gill 
and J. L. Cooper were present three days during Commenct'iuent we( k last 
June; J. M. Gill and A. (t. Birgen visited the institution in March last, and 
spent three days viewing the regular work of the University. 

The duty placed upon us by api>ointment of the last (leneral Assembly 
proved to be a most tiijoyable privilt ge, as we had anticipated it would be. 

Lebanon, Tenn., is admirably adajjted by its location and surroundings to 
be the seat of the chief educational institution and the school of the proph- 
ets for the whole Church. 

B.'ing located so near to Nashville, Lebanon is easy of aici'ss from all 
parts of our denominational territory, and its local surroundings are such 
as to make it a most desirable place in which to live. The cost of living is 
very low, the air is healthful, the water pure and abundant, and the people 
geru-rous, ho.spitable, social, and thoroughly in sympathy with the life and 
spirit of the University. 

The University, in all its departments, is thoroughly organized to do the 
best work possible with its present facilities. 

The faculty is composed of an able corps of professors, thoroughly compe- 
tent, conscientious, and aggressive. P>ach prof.'ssor seems espt'cially adapted 
to the work in his particular department. All the membi-rs of the faculty 



1890.] Correspondence. ioi 

are earnest workers, and aim at securing for the students the very best in- 
tellectual and nioial results. 

The attendance upon tlie various schools of the University is larger this 
year than for many years past, and the class of students will compare favora- 
bly with that of any previous year. 

While it is true that a large increase in the endowment is very much 
needed to supplement the too meager salaries of the faithful, consecrated 
teachers, especially those in the lit<. J'ary and theol(>gical departments, it is 
also true that the necessities of the academic school persistently jjlead for a 
larger and more suitable building in wliich to carry on the work of that de- 
partment. 

Divinity Hall is in good repair, and has been much improved recently. 
Through the energy and persistency of Mrs. Dr C. H. Bell, assisted by other 
friends, an elegant reception room has been fitted up and furnished, and the 
Burney-Kirkpatrick lecture-room has been beautified and re-seated with 
very comfortable and convenient desks. He who visits this de]>artment of 
the University and sees how comf<(rtal)lj' the young men are situated, and 
witnesses the workings of the school, will l)e thoroughly satisfied that the 
be t results are bi'ing reached by the wisest use of the means at command. 

The Law School is, and always has been one of the most successful depart- 
ments of the University. The attendance this year is unusually large, -^xd 
the work done has been quite satisfactory both to the students and the pro- 
fessore. 

The Trustees report that they expect to have eight or ten more rooms for 
theological students ready for occupancy by the opening of the fall term. 

The Treasurer repoits the finances of the University in better and safer 
condition than for years past. J. M. Gill, 

A. G. Bergen. 

PRESBYTERIAN ALLIANCE. 
To the General Assembly of the Cumberlaiul Presbyteri n C'hureh : 

Chkistiax Bkethkex : — The Executive Committee, Western Section, take 
great pleasure in informing your honorable body that during the year end- 
ing April ;W, 1890, the work intrusted to their care by the Council of the 
A liance, has been carried forward with diligence and success. 

The important matter of co-operation in Foreign ]\Iissiou work has en- 
gaged the close attention of the Commission, and considerable progress has 
been made in the harmonious adjustment of the relatious, upon foreign 
fields, of the Churches in the Alliance. Notably is this true upon the 
American Continent in tlu' Union work now in progress under the care of 
the Synod of Brazil, formed in 1888, and representing the Fori ign Mission 
work of the Presbyterian Churches of the I'nited States, North and South. 

The Commission reports the hapi)y completion of the efibrt to raise the 
sum pledged in 1884 iov the support and c>xtension of the work of the 
Church in Bohemia. This has been accomplished in the main through the 
able and indefatigable labors of the Rev. \V. C. Cattell, D.D., of Philadel- 
phia. 

The work of the F^astern or European Section has b'en, we are informed, 
attendiMJ with much success during the year closed. We quote from the re- 
port of that section as follows: 

"As the result of much personal visitation and correspondence, many of 
the Contint-ntal Churches have been led to a more correct conception of 
the nature and objects of the Alliance than they previously possessed. 
This has led to the exi)ression in many quartiTS of a strong desire to come 
into as close connection with us as in tlieir circumstances is po.ssible. Many 
of these Churches are children of the Old Reform; some are descended 
from the Waldensian Exiles, and others from the Frencii Huguenots and 
refugees; but b tween all of these and the British Churches tliere existed, 
in former days, very special intimacy. If the Alliance, as it is seeking to 
do, shall succeeii in bringing about a renewal of that intimacy, it will have, 
rendered no small service to the cause of Christ on the continent of 
Europe." 



I02 Correspondence. [1890. 

We desire to draw your attention this year, as last, to the fact that the 
sura of $2,500 per annum is needed for the expenses of the Western Sec- 
tion of the Commission. The basis of eontriljution to this expense-fund is 
the representation of each Church in the Council of the Alliance. Upon 
this basis, your proportion of the exi)ense fund for the year ending April 
30, 1S91, is $495. It is respectfully ivquested that you make some definite 
arrangement for the payment of this apportionment. 

The General Council of 1888 accepted from the Presbyterian Church in 
Canada, an invitation to hold the Fifth General Council, in 1892, in the city 
of Toronto, Canada. Preparations for this meeting are now being made, 
and it is requested that your Church make due arrangements for representa- 
tion at the Toronto Council. The basis of representation in the Council is 
as follows: '"For each hundred congregations or less, two delegates, up 
to one thousand congregations ; above one thousand congregations, one del- 
egate for each additional one hundred, up to two thousancl congregations; 
above two thousand congregations, one delegate for each additional two 
hundred and tifty congregations." 

Requesting your kind and prompt attention to these several matters, we 
respectfully submit this report in the name of the Western Section of the 
Executive Commission of the Alliance. 

Talbot W. Chambers, Chairman. 
Wm. Henry Roberts, Secretary. 

Cincinnati, O., May i), 1890. 



APPOINTMENT OF DR. W. J. DARBY. 

This certifies that the Rev. W. J. Darby, D.D., has been duly appointed 
by the Western Section of the Executive Commission of the 'Alliance of 
the Reformed Churches holding the Presbyterian System," to represent the 
Alliance at the meeting in the year 1890, of the General Assend)ly of the 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Very respectfully, 

Wm. H. Roberts, 

American Secretary. 
ancinnati, O., May 10, 18!)0. 



BOWLING GREEN INSTITUTE (Colored). 

At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Bowling (ireen Institute 
(colored), the following Minutes were adopted in view of the following facts: 

1. That the school is located on the border, and not in the center, of the 
colored population and Church, and therefore not in the most eligible posi- 
tion for patronage. 

2. The local surroundings are not as desirable as should be wished, and 
the success or failure of a school is largely attributable to its surroundings. 

3. That the buildings are not such as are lU'eded for a school of this char- 
acter. 

4. That the property has grown in value and might be utilized in such a 
manner as to secure a more commodious building. 

It is the opinion, therefore, of this Board that this i)r()perty should be 
abandoned by the Churcii for school jnirposes, and that the Board of Trus- 
tees of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church should sell this ])roperty and 
invest the same in better property at tiiis point or elsewhere, taking the 
deed under the same conditions under which the i>roj)erty is now iield, and 
using the moiu'v now in the hau<ls of the Treasurer of this Board that has 
been or shall hereafter be contributed by the Presbyti'ries of the Cund)erland 
Presbyterian Churcli in accordance with the action of the General Assembly 
of 1889. 

That a Commission composed of five members shall be appointed, three 
by the General Assembly (colored) and two by the General Assembly 
(white), and of which Conunission the President of the Board of Missions 



1890.] 



Correspondence. 103 



ol" the Cuiiibi'rlaiid Pn'sbyti'rian ("liurcli shall be one to take bids from dif- 
ferent localities and locate the school at such point as shall in the wisdom 
of such Commission be for the interest of the school and the Church (col- 
ored). And it shall be the duty of such Commission to use the j^roceeds of 
the sale of the property now owned by the school in payment for such 
property. 

Furtlier, that in the event that the school can be located and started 
before the General Assembly of 1891, that the members of the Commission 
shall act as Board of Trustees till the Board shall be re-oi-ganized, reporting 
their action to both the (lenei'al Assembly (colored) and the General 
Assi'mbly (white) for further action. 

And, further, that this Board petition the two aforesaid General Assem- 
blies to take such action as is indicated in this paper, or such other action 
as shall be dei-med wisest and l>est. 

\V. E. Settle, Chairman, 
J. F. IlrMi'irKEY, Secretary, 

J. S. (iKIDEH, 

H. A. (JiBsox, 
p. F. II11.L. 

[This paper was adopted by Uie Ueneral Assembly of the Cumlicvland I'rcslivteiiaii Church 
(colored) at Huiitsville, Ala., May 9, 18i)U.— T. C. B., S. C] 



MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE. 
To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Union City, Tenn., 1890: 

Honored Fathers and Brethren: — The National Reform Association, 
an organization formed to niaiutaiu and promote the Christian featurts of 
the American government, respectfully invites your attention to the char- 
acter of our laws relating to Divorce, to the state of social morals which has 
, been developed under them, and to the measure of resi)onsibiiity which 
rests upon tlie Ciiurch and her ministry in regard to them. 

For the first time in the history of the nation the facts relating to Divorces 
throughout the whole country havi' been made accessil)le. A national in- 
vestigation into the matter has just been com])l('ted under the authority of 
of Congress. From the exhaustive report of the Commissioner, the Hon. 
Carroll I). Wright, i)uV)lishecl within the jjast year, it appears that .■)2S,7U;) 
families — almost a tiiird of a million — have l)een broken uj) in our divorce 
courts within twenty yeai's. More alarming than even this infamous aggre- 
gate is the fact that while in these twenty years the i)opulation uf the coun- 
try increased sixty-six per cent, the nund)er of divorces increased one hun- 
dred and fifty-seven per cent, or more than double the rate of increase in the 
po])ulation. 

Tlie same I'eport shows that we have forty-six sets of laws on this subject 
in as many States and Territorii'S, and that no two are alike; while among 
them nearly thirty ditlerent grounds are recognized for breaking up the 
marriage relation. Tlirongh tlie liberty of re-marriage which in nearly every 
case accompanies divorci-, the land is defiled with a multitude of adulti rous 
marriages, an<l guilt comes on the nation which legalizes these abominations. 

Facts like these can not be saft'ly ignored by the Church of Christ. They 
sap the foundations of her stn'Ugth and frustrate her labors for the salvation 
of men. Tlu' evil creeps within hi r ])ale, corrupting her diseiplini' and un- 
settling the convictions of her mend)ers. In many cases, through the care- 
less or unwitting action of her nnnisti'rs, tlu- seal of her ajiparent sanction 
is placed upon nuirriage unions which our Lonl distinctly declares to be 
adulterous. 

AVe therefore address you, in common with all other brandies of the 
Church of Christ, praying you, for the instruction of the public conscience, 
to give at this time a special di'liverance on this vital subject. AVe ask you 
to i)oint out the guilt and peril of the nation which enacts and maintains 
laws in siu-h flagrant <-ontradiction to the law of Christ, and the fact that the 
Church can not rei-ognize an immoral divorce granted l)y the civil courts as 



I04 Correspondence. - [1890. 

shielding the parties from her censures. We ask you also to declare the 
guilty responsibility of ministers of religion who, knowingly or carelessly, 
unite in marriage persons who have been divorced from former partners on 
unscriptural grounds. 

We believe that such action on your part, and by all the Churches, will 
do much to establish a purer public opinion on this subject, and to bring 
about a reaction against an evil which threatens the very foundations of so- 

Signe(J in behalf of the National Reform Association, the full list of whose 
officers, in printed form, is also submitted. 

T. P. Stevenson, 
Special Secretary oa Marriage aud Divorce Laws. 
Philadelphia, Penu., May 22, 1890. 

[The foreffoins; was received after the General Asserahly had adjourned. But feeMng assured 
that, if the paper had reached that body in time, iiistructious would have heen given to tne to 
insert it ia the Minutes, that liberty, with the hearty approval of the Moderator is now taken. 
T. C. B.,S. C] 



.1890.] Report of Board of Trustees. 105 



VI -REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



To the General 'Assembly of the Cuiiiberlaud Presbvteriau Church, to meet at Union City, 
Tenn., on May 15, 1890: 

The Trustees of the General Assembly of the Cmiiberland Presbyterian 
Church submit their Annual Report to your reverend body : 

1. That no estates of any kind or funds of any sort have come into their 
hands or under their control since their last annual report. 

2. I hat the interest on the Doherty Fund has been collected and paid to 
the Treasurer of the Trustees of Cumberland University. 

3. That they have made a quit claim deed to a Church lot in McKenzie, 
Tenn., and also have made a deed to local trustees of a lot of ground located 
in Texarkaua, Texas, the title of which had previously vested in your 
Trustees. 

Respectfully submitted. J. M. Gill, President and Secretary. 

Elkton, Ky., April Af), 1890. 



The Charter of the Board. 

[Acts of Kentucky, 1853-4, Vol. 2.] 

An Act to amend the charter of Cumberland College, and to incorporate 
the Trustees of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church : 

Whereas, An act to amend an act, entitled " an act to amend the charter 
of Cumberland College, and for other purposes," approved February 16, 
1841, was passed for the l)enelit of "Cumberland College Association " and 
the General Assembly of tlu' Cumbt-rland Presbyterian Church, by which 
act the entire cf)ntrol and management of said Coll«ge was given up to said 
General Assembly ; and, wliereas, by said act the B(jard of Trustees of said 
College and General Assembly were made; and, whereas, said General 
Assembly has dissolved its connection with said College ; and, whereas, the 
Board of Tru.stees of said College and said General Assembly are two sep- 
arate and distinct bodies, although acting under tlie same charter; and, 
whereas, much difficulty has been experienced by said Board of said Gen- 
eral Assembly by reason of (U'ficiencies in their s;iid charter — in collecting 
donations, b 'quests, and other charities given to said Church ; therefore. 

Be it eiiacAed, 1. Bv the (ienerai A.sscml)lv of the Commonwealth of Ken- 
tucky, that George I). McLean, Will. H. Meller, Silas N. Davis, T. J. Duncan, 
M. Dudley, Thos. Hunter, .John P. Rascoe, H. AV. Champion, R. 11. Lander, 
Reuben O'llara, Wm. H. Barnett, J. H. Miller, and their successors, shall 
be, and they are hereby, declared and constituted a body corporate and 
politic by the name and style of the Trustees of the General Assembly of 
the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and l)y that name and style shall sue 
and be sued, plead and be impleaded, and possess all the powers and rights 
of a corporate body, and shall continue in othce until tlie annual srssion of 
said General Assendily in l.S.')(i, ami until their succes.sors are didy elected 
and (luaiilied according to law 

2. Tliat till' IViard of Trustees of the < Jeneral Assembly of said Church 
shall have full power and authority to receive in trust for the said General 
Assembly any donation, bequest, or otiier charities, which may be, or have 
bx'U hitherto, made to said Church, or to said (xeneral Assembly, or to said 
Board, for the use and benefit of said Church or Assembly, for educational, 
religious, or charitable purposi'S under tlu' direction of the said Cieneral 
Assembly. 



io6 Report of Board of Trustees. [1890. 

3. That all mouoys and other estates, of every deseription, which may be 
vested in said Board of Trustees, by virtue of their otiice, shall forever be 
held in trust for the use of the Cumlx'rland Presbyterian Church, the inter- 
est alone of which shall be devoted to religious, charitable, or educational 
purposes, as tlie said Assembly may direct. 

4. That said General Assembly shall be empowered to elect her said Trus- 
tees at her regular and stated uieetings, any five of whom, assembled at a 
regular meeting, or by a constitutional call, shall constitute a quorum to do 
businef^s. 

5. That said Board of Trustees may appoint an executive committee, to 
consist of the secretary, treasurer, and three other members, to manage the 
fiscal concerns of said" Board, any three of whom shall constitute a quorum 
to do business. 

ti. That said Board of Trustees shall meet annually on the fourth Monday 
in June, in each year, at which tinie they shall elect a President, Vice-Pres- 
ident, Secretary, and Treasurer, who shall continue in office until their suc- 
cessors are elected and qualified ; the said Board shall also meet semi-annu- 
ally, or oftener, on its own adjournments, or by a call of the President, to 
transact business, to make all necessary arrangements for carrying into 
effect the views of said General Assembly ; to ujanage and invest the funds 
collected, or any other property or estate ; and said Board shall report to 
said Assemblv of said Church at her regular meetings. 

7. That the Pri'sident of said Board shall preside in all the meetings of 
the same, call special meetings at the request of any two members, and the 
Vice-president, in the absence of the President, shall preside and possess 
similar powers ; and in the absence of both President and Vice-president, 
then said Board may choose a President pro tern., who shall preside for the 
time being. 

8. That the .Secretary shall keep a full and fair record of all the i)roceed- 
ings of said Board, and carry on all its correspondence. 

9. That the Treasurer shah take charge and dispose of all funds according 
to the directions of said Board, and rei)ort when called on. 

10. That the Treasurer shall give bond, with approved security, in such 
penalty, t(j said Board, as the same may from time to time dire ct, for the 
faithful performance of his duties: Provided, that none of his sureties shall 
be mem))ers of said Board. 

11. That all vacancies created by death, resignation, or in any other man- 
ner, shall be filled by the ensuing General Assembly of said Church, unless 
said Board find it absohitely necessary to do it themselves, in which e'ase 
the ajjpoiiitment to fill any" vacancy shall continue only until the vacancy 
shall be fiik'<l bv the said Assembly. 

12. That in case- of the failure of any officer f>f said Board to serve, accord- 
ing to the recpiisitiojis of said Assembly, the Board shall have power to elect 
a suitable person to sue-li office, according to said re(|uisitions, and to remove 
delinquents in office. 

13. That should the time eve-r come when any religious body, claiming to 
be the successors e)f the present General Assend)ly of said Church, and 
should hold and maintain doctrines and sentiments difierent from those 
now held by said Church, then the jjowe^rs and i)riviU>ges granted to the 
General Assembly of said Church shall inure to and be vest* d in that bexly 
of pe-opie professi"ng and preaching the doctrines of tlu- said Church, as now 
set f(jrth in her Confession of Faith. 

14. That said Brjard shall have authority, by law, te) collect all such sums 
of money, all legacii'S, bequests, donations, and estates, of every di'scriptlon, 
as have heretofore been or may hereafter be subscribed, ili'vised, In queathed, 
or donated by individuals, or for which any ])ersons may have lu n tofore or 
may hereafte-r execute their notes or l)on("ls, to the said Church, Assendjly, 
or Boarfl. 

Approved March 8, 18o4. 

[Bv order of the General As.scnil)lv the foregoiiip Charter i.s puhlishcil in llic Minutes. The 
copywa.s furni.shed by Rev. J. M. (.ill, D.U., Presiileiit and Seeretary.— T. < . H., S. ( .] 



1890.] Report of Stated Clerk. 107 



VII.-EEPORT OF THE STATED CLERK. 



Total receipts from May 1, 1889, to May 1, 1890 S2,41() 70 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Repairing trunk of General Assembly, and strap. ..S 1 2o 

Stationery at (ieneral Asseml)ly, 1880 3 7") 

Printing Statistical Table at General A.ssemblv, 

1880 .'.. 4 00 

Printing KoU of Members and other matter 11 00 

Traveling expenses of Stated Clerk 20 .50 

Traveling expenses of Rev J. L. ('ooper, appointed 
by the General Assembly to visit tiie Theo- 
logical School at Lebanon, Tenn 22 0."> 

Binding Minutes from 1883 to 1800 1 00 

Amount due Stated Clerk May 1, 1880 102 10 

Mailing Minutes — 

1880— 2,70.) copies at 7c S189 3o 

1880—1,457 copies at 6c 87 42 

1888— 48 copies at Oc 2 88— 270 65 

Salary of Stated Clerk 600 00 

Mailing sui)plies to Stated Clerks 4 0() 

Letters to Uaiiroad officials 1 (MJ 

Book of blank receii)ts and rul)1)er bands 90 

Paid Treasurer of General Assembly 1,338 50 

Stamps, })ens, ink, etc., for ollice of Stated Clerk... 18 80 

Balance in hands of Stated Clerk May 1, 1890 1 24— $2,416 70 

T. C. Blake, StaUd Clerk. 

Nashvillt', Tenii., Mav 1, ISitU. 



io8 Roll. [1890. 



VIII -ROLL OF SIXTIETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



OFFICERS. 



3foderntor—Tlie Rev. E. G. McLean, D.D., Walla Walla, Wash. 
Stated Clerk— The Rev. T. C. Blake, D.D., Nashville, Tenu. 
Assistaiit Clerk — The Rev. J. M. Hubbert, Nashville, Teiin. 
Assistant Clerk-^The Rev. C. Manton, Paris, Texas. 
Assistant Clerk — The Rev. A. G. Bergen, Evansville, Ind. 

MINISTERS. 

Adkisson, a. J Austin, Texas. 

Alexander, J. H Chanute, Kansas. 

Alllson, J. A Erin, Tenn. 

Baker, N. M Decatur, 111. 

Barber, W. W. M Windsor, 111. 

Bates, T. F Shelbyville, Tenn. 

Beard, R. J Beverly, Ohio. 

Beaver, W. C Mount Hope, Ala. 

Bell, C. H., D.D St. Louis, Mo. 

Bergen, A. G Evansville, Ind. 

Bird, H. C Uniontown, Pa. 

Bowers, E. T Owensboro, Ky. 

Boyd, H. M Bowling Green, Mo. 

Boydstun, J. G Lakeland, Fla 

Bridges, W. A Cornersville, Tenn. 

Browning, A. S Orrville, Ala. 

Buchanan, A. M Moberly, Mo. 

Campbell, J. P Greenfield. Mo. 

Cavett, R. B Holly Grove, Ark, 

CuAiM'ELL, M. E Fredonia, Ky. 

Clark, J. F Ovilla, Mo. 

CocKRiLL, B. D Louisville, Ky. 

Cockrum, H. C Bloonifiild, Ind. 

CoNLEY, J. A Old Hickory, Ark. 

Crawford, .1. R Texarkana, Texas. 

Crawford, W. H AVhcat, Tenn. 

Danley, W. S., D.D Lincoln, Til. 

Davis, N. A lacksonvilk-, Texas. 

Dawson, Wm Canton, Tix. 

De Witt, D. C Abilene, Texas. 

Dunlap, J. A Newbern, Tenn. 

Earle, F. R., D.I) Boonsboro, Ark. 

Evans, R. 11 Barren Fork, Ark. 

Ferguson, W. T (Jraville, 111. 

FisiiER, W. .1 Van Buren, Pa. 

Gerard, W. N Kinnmndy, 111. 

Gill, .]. M., D.D Elkton, Ky. 



1890.] 



Roll. 109 



Gilliam, F. M Brownwood, Texas. 

Gloveu, (t. W Corinth, Miss. 

Gooni'ASTi'HE, J. R Livingston, Tenn. 

Gray, H. A Andivws, Tenu. 

Gregory, W. J Chieo, Texas. 

Harned, J. D ^Millwood, Ky. 

Harrison, G. R Batcsville, M'i.ss. 

Hawkins, A. W Knoxvillc, Tenn. 

Hayxes, W. a Gallatin, Tenu. 

Hexdrick, L. D Oakland, Jll. 

HoLTSiNGER, S. K West C'hester, Ohio. 

HuBBERT, J. M }sa.sliville, Tenn. 

HuDGiNs, J. L Harrisburg, 111. 

Hutchison, C. W Piper, Kau. 

Inge, Richard AVhite Haven, Tenn. 

Ingram. H. P Plainsburg, Cal. 

Jarrell, C. N Gainsville, Texas. 

Johx.son, a. B Stringlown, I. T. 

Joux.sox, H. C (ileason, Tenn. 

J0HN.SON, J. E Ozark, Ark. 

Johnston, J. M Petersburg, 111. 

Jones, J. T Golden City, Mo. 

Keeton, J. M Gibson, Miss. 

Kennedy, C. G Wingo, Ky. 

King, R. A Wilderness, ]Mo. 

Leach, T. A Moulton, Texas. 

Leonard, W. G Newlx rn, Tenn. 

LiLEs, E. H Sandy Lake, Pa. 

LowRANCE, J. B Memphis, Mo. 

Mann, A. J Everett Springs, Ga. 

Marshall, Jesse National Springs, Ark. 

McA.Mis, T. B Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

McBride, C. W Ode.><sa, Mo. 

McCall, S Bell, ville, Kan. 

McClelland, W. C Brooks, Iowa. 

McCroskey, E. J... Eayetteville, Tenn. 

McDonald, G. B (ireenville, Ky. 

McKnight, J. H Eniberson. Texas. 

McLean, E. G., D.D Walla Walla, Wash. 

McLeod, D Brooksville, Miss. 

]\IcNahb, N. B EnUrprise, Ark. 

McWiLLiA.MS, E. L Kosciusko, .Miss. 

Mitchell, 1). L Fonstlmrg. Texas. 

Montgomery, U. L Krauklin, Ind. 

Morris, J. R Larkiusviile, Ala. 

MooR.viAX, R. A. A Hiekory Vallej, Tenn. 

NiCKELL, W. N Jamesport, Mo. 

NoRRi.s, R. \V Macond), 111. 

Oakley, J. C Mount Holly. Ark. 

Oldham, W. S Selkirk. Kan. 

Oliver, R. B ,. ...Dallas, Texas. 

Orr, Z. T Shawnee Mound, Mo. 

Paisley. A. W Mills, Texa.s. 

Parks, R. C Wagoner, L T. 

Patter.son, W. a Hillsboro,. Texas. 

Penick, Thomas Wellington, Kan. 



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Roll. [1890. 



Porter, J. S Spriiigville, Ala. 

Powell, R. F Duubar, Neb. 

Ramsey. S. M Coulterville, Tenn. 

Reed, H. R Dyer, Tenn. 

RoBisoN, W. M Little Rock, Ark. 

RrssELL, J. P Cabot, Ark. 

Ri'.ssELL, W. R Dadeville, Mo. 

Shull, S. R Greenfield, Mo. 

SiLviUis, G. H Tusculuni, Tenn. 

Smith, M. ]M Bowling Green, Ky. 

Smith, R. M Elsa, 111. 

Stainback, G. T., D.D MciMinnville, Tenn. 

Stinnett, J. W Lampasas, Texas. 

Stockakd, a. N Adamsville, Tenn. 

Taliaferro, C. P Athens, Ala. 

Taylor, L. C Meridian, Texas. 

Thahp, J. H King City, Mo. 

TixNON, R. M Fort Worth, Texas. 

Thompson, J. C (Tolconda, III. 

Tyler, F. J r)irmingham, Ala. 

Waggoner, J. B Hartford, Ky. 

Wall, G. N Salem, 111. 

Walker, W. C Newport, Texas. 

Ward, R. B Independence, Mo. 

White, E. H Caledonia, Mo. 

AVhitaker, R. J Santa Fe, Tenn. 

Williams, T. N Bonham, Texas. 

Wilson, J. J Brooks, Ark. 

WiNSLow, L. O Wingo, Ky. 

Yager, C Selma, Cal. 

RULING ELDERS. 

Adamson, G. W Crider, Ky. 

Aderholt, D. A Springville, Ala. 

Allison, D. K Farmersville, Texas. 

Barham, C. R Camden, Ark. 

Beaty, J. W Paola, Kan. 

Bell, T. E Greenfield, Mo. 

Bennett, J. E Homer, 111. 

Beyer, H. H Colorado, Texas. 

BouKLAND, D. L Little Rock, Ark. 

Boyd, J. B Concord, Tenn. 

Bkaskielo, J. P Anbnrn, 111. 

BuELSKORi), S. B Wriglitsboro, Texas. 

Brittain, W. G McMinnville, Tenn. 

BrcHANAN, J. P Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

Byrn, p. R Wingo, Ky. 

BuNTiN, W. P Bethany, Ala. 

Caldwell, J. H Batesville, Miss, 

Cal<)Well, W. L Danville, Ky. 

Cannon, E. M Atwood, Tenn. 

Carson, I. W latan. Mo. 

Cartek, J. A Winchester, Tenn. 

Carutiieus, W. a Bolivar, Ti-nn. 

Clark, M. S t'otton Gin, Texas. 

CowAN, J. G Sarccjxie, Mo. 

Cunningham, M. W Mansfield, Texas. 



1 890.] Roll. hi 

Danxk, T. P Trt'iiton, Kv. 

Davis, W. A Belton, Texas. 

Dexxy, I. H Sori-nto, 111. 

KA(ii,i.\, G. W Patuka, 111. 

Elliott, J. C Yazoo City, MIsk. 

KvAxs, A. F xVtheiis, Ala. 

Fhizzell, John Najshvillc, IVnn. 

FiTLLKUTox, J. A Arcadia, La. 

Foster, S. J Taijle (xi-ove, 111. 

Gay, W.m Trenton, Tenn. 

Gray, J. I. L ;\Iixia, Texas. 

Greex, N Lihanon, Tenn. 

Hamm, J.' M Ranier, Tenn. 

Haynes, F. E Baird, Texas. 

Hi.MEs, R. W Covington, Ohio. 

Hinds, \V. (i. I) Siioani .'^inings. Ark. 

HoPKixs, C. F Newbnrgh, hid. 

HiTi'i', I. W Otterville, Mo. 

Jamison, J. K Whitesboro, Texas. 

Jarrett, Thomas Waverly, 111. 

Jenkins, J. C Ihintsville, Mo. 

JoxEs, W. B iSVw Market, Ala. 

Johns, A. V Trezevant, 'lenn. 

JoRDAX, J. C Lonisiana, Mo. 

KiMEs, S. H Kerns, Texas. 

KiMBAi.L, G. B Janiesport, Mo. 

Lamb, J. W Stiirgis, Ky. 

Li'TZ, Ovii) Kingston, Ohio. 

Marshall, J. T Mason, T nn. 

Marshall, P. F Cuvensl)urg, Ky. 

MeBRiDE. Joseph Lewisburg, Tenn. 

McClure, Fraxk Gibson Citv, 111. 

McClure, J. H Fort Smith, Ark. 

McKay, John hukson Centre, Pa. 

McMixx, Samuei Dardaiu-lle, Ark. 

Miller, G. B ])yers))urg, Tenn. 

MoKEETT, W. T Boody, III. 

Moore, N. S Beel)e, Ark. 

Myers, A. L Caledonia, Miss. 

Nash, T. L Paris, Texas. 

NuNN, W. T.. Pilot Point, Tex. 

Ogilvie, I. P Chapel Hill, Tenn. 

Grr, p. a Enfield, 111. 

PAD(iETT, L. P Cohnnbia, Tenn. 

Park, P. M Salona, Texas.; 

Parsoxs, T. I) Talladega, Ala. 

Pile, Ben.i Menipiiis, Mo. 

PoE, J. H .....Daisy, Tenn. 

Redus, W. B Siiannon, Miss. 

Reisner, J. W Bntler, Mo. 

Ross, T. J Florence, Ala. 

Ruby, W. W Calhoun, Ky. 

Rutherford, W. B Fayetteville, Ark. 



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Roll. [1890. 



Sharber, J. W Spring Hill, Tenn. 

Shirk, H Plater, Mo. 

SuLCER, 8. F Palestine, Ark. 

Tabler, C. M Maywood, Kan. 

Taylor, J. P Birniingbam, Ala. 

Turner' T. T Waverly, Tenu. 

Upton, G. S Union, Neb. 

Waller, Geo. L Selma, Ala. 

Weldin, x\. B McLeansboro, 111. 

WiLCOxsoN, E. G Smitb's Grove, Ky, 

Wiles, T. A LaCrosse, Ark. 

Williams, J. E Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Williamson, J. A Golden City, Mo. 

AViNSLOw, D. L Wingo, Ky. 

AVi.se, J. C Deal, Texas. 

AViTHERS, AV. R Campbell, Mo. 

AVniTWELL, E. O Bennett, Mo. 

AVooD, M. G Odessa, Mo. 

AVoosLEY, C. G Caneyville, Ky_ 

Total number of Commissioners, 220. 



I X. MORTUARY. 



CONE BEFORE. 



MINISTERS. 
AUSTIN, A. AV Gregory Presbytery. 

BLACK, S. E BuftaloGap Presbytery. 

BOAVMAN, .T. A Allegheny Presbytery. 

BRALEY, J. B Salem Presbytery. 

CALLAN, AA\ J Talla<lega Presbytery. 

CAMPBELL, J. AV Salt River Presbytery. 

CAMPBELL, AV. S., D.D Rushville Presbytery. 

CHESNUT, S. P., D.I) Lebanon Presbytery. 

COLE, RICHARD King Presbytery. 

CRAAVFORD, S P Sacramento Presbytery. 

DAA'IDSON, AV. L Hopewell Presbytery. 

DELZELL, A. D Springfield Presbytery. 

GARDNER, R. M Ozark Presbytery. 

GREGORY, D. G Gnadalupe Presbytery. 

HANNA, J. AV AVabash Presbytery. 

HEAVITT, L Colesburg Presbytery. 

HILLMAN, HENRY AVest Prairie Presbytery. 

HOGG, J. N Decatur Presbytery. 

JOHNSON, A Salem Presbytery. 

JOHNSON, NEILL Oregon Pnsbytery. 

JONES, JOSLIN Louisiana Presbytery. 

KELLEY, J. M Marshall Presbytery. 

KEENE, D. M Oregon Presbytery. 

LANSDEN, .JOHN M Sparta Presbytery. 

LINDSAY, J. M New Hope Presbytery. 

MILLER, F. ,AI Platte Presbytery. 

MITCHELL, R. P Princeton Presbytery. 

NEFF, JOHN Kirksville Presbytery. 

POINDEXTER, J. \V., D.D ( J uadalupe Presbytery. 

READ, R. A Logan Presbytery. 

RITC HEY, J A M ES AVabash Presbytery. 

RITCHEY, JAMES R Morgan Presbytery. 

SAI3I0N G. H Marshall Presbytery. 

SHACKLEFORD, J. T Platte lVsl)ytery. 

SIMPSON, R Spnrta Prcsl)ytery. 

SMITH,' H. H Hiwassee Pres))ytery. 

TAYLOR, T. B Springville Pr(sl)ytery. 

VANCE, A. M I\li8sissippi Presbytery. 

WILLS, R. H AValla AA'alla Presbytery. 

WYLIK, .1. C S.an-y Presbytery. 



114 



Moderators and Clerks. 



[1890. 



X.-MODERATORS AND CLERKS. 



CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERY— 1810-13. 




< 


Moderator. 


Clerk. 


Place. 


Time. 


IHIfl 






Sam'l McAdow's house, 
Dickson county, Tenn 

Ridge M' eiing- house, 
Sumner cipunty Tenn 

Lebanon Meeting-hou.-e 

Big Spring, Wilson co., 
Tenn 


February 4. 

March 20. 
October 23. 


1810 




Young Ewing''' 


1810 






1RI1 


Robert Bell* 


Young Ewiijg* 


March 19. 




Thomas Ci'lhoun 

Hugh Kirkpatrick* 


1811 


Ridg Me'ting-house.... 
Suygs's Creek Meeting- 


October 9. 


181'' 


James B. Porter* 






Hugh Kirkpatrlck* 

James B Porter* 




181'' 




November 3. 


1813 


Robert Bell* 


Brech Metting- house, 
Sumner c ■unty,Tenu 


April 5. 



''•' Deceased. 



GENERAL SYNOD— 1813-28. 



< 


Moderator. 


Clerk. 


Place. 


Time. 


1813 






Beech Meeting-house ... 

Suggs's Creek 

Beech Meeting-house ... 

Free Meeting - house, 

Tenn 




1814 
181.i 


David p. ster* 

William B irnett* 


James B. Porter* 

David Foster* 


April .5. 
October 17. 


181G 


Thomas Calhoun* 

Robert DonneU* 


David Foster* 

Hueh KirkpatricV* 

Robert Bell* 


October 15. 


1817 


Mt. Moriah, Kv 


October 21. 


1818 


Finis Ewi'g* 




October 20. 


1819 


William B.rrnett* 


Suggs's Creek, Tenn 

Russellville, Ky 


October 19. 


1820 


Thomas Callioim * 

Miiiut»'s not recorded... 

James B. Porter* 

Minutei not recorded... 


Octob»r 17. 


1821 


Miiiut' s not recorded ... 

David Foster* 

Minutes n -t recorded ... 




3d Tues. in Oct. 


1822 
1823 


Beeih Meeting-house ... 
Russellville, Ky 


O'tolur 1.5 

,3d Toos. in Oct. 


1821 


f'ane Creek, Tenn 


October 19. 


182.5 


William Burnett* 


Hir.im McDonald* 

Minutes not record d ... 

Lahjin .Ton.s* 

Richrir'l RoTd* 




October 18. 


1820 


Minutes not recordi-d ... 

James S. Guthrie* 

Kira ■ A Hnn'or * 


Knss>llville, Kv 


3d Tues. in Oct. 


1827 




November 20. 


18?8 


F'Hiiklin 'IVi'n 


tober21. 



* Deceased. 



1890.] 



Moderators and Clerks. 



115 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1829-1889. 



ft 
< 

1829 
18S0 
18:il 
18:32 
18:!;{ 
18:M 
isitr. 
i8:iii 
18:;7 
l8:is 
IS 10 

1841 
1842 

18t:! 

IS-l-") 

184(1 

1847i 

1848 

1849 

ISoO 

18.il 

1852 

185:t 

1854 

1855 

18o(i 

18. 

1858 

1859 

18(!0 

18(!1 

18G2 

18r,:« 

18(;4 

1805 

i8(i(; 

18(i7 
18K8 
1869 
1870 
1871 
187- 
187S 
1874 
1875 
187{) 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1S.S2 
188:? 

1884 

1885 
188r. 
1887 
1SS8 
1889 
1890 



Moderator. 



Thomas Calhoiiu f... 
Jatnes B. Porter-f ... 
.\lex. Chapiniin-f. ... 

.Samuel King j 

T ouias Calhoun ■\.. 

P. R Oi.smtlt 

■^amuel Kiugf 

Rcul) n Hunow f--.. 

RohtTt Doniiell t 

Hi'aiii A. Huuierf.. 

Reuhen Burrowf 

William Rals.ont... 

Milton Birdt 

A. M. Bryant 

Richard Beard f 

M. a. Bon- t 

Hiram A. Hunt^-rf.. 

Mi ton Birdt 

.lolin ]j. Suiiili t 

RculK^n Burrow t 

.Milton B rdt 

Uavid Lowrv t 

IL S. Porter't 

I.saac Sliook t 

M. H. Bo et 

Milton Birdt 

Carson P. Reed t 

Felix John-^nt 

T. B. Wilson t 

S. G. Burney 

A. E Cooper 

P. G. Rea 

Milton Birdt 

•Icsse Anderson t 

H. D .ugl:is.st 

Richird B ard t 

I. B. Mitchell 

G. W. Mitcliell 

.S. T. Anderson 

J. C. Provine 

J B. 1.,0/an t 

C. H. Bell 

J. W. Poindexter t-. 

T. C. Blake 

W. S. C-^niphellt ... 

.1. M. Sill 

A. B. Miller 

D. H. Bushnell 

.1. S. (Jrider 

A. Tcnii'leton t 

\V. J Darhv 

.S. H. Buchanan 

A. .1. McGlumphy... 

lolin Friz/.e-Il 

<i. T. Stainback 

K. B Cri.sman 

Nathan Green 

\V. H. Black 

J. M. Iluhhert 

K G. Mclvean 



Clekk. 



Richard Beard t 

Richard Beard f 

.lo,seph A. Cijpp t 

William H. Bighamt.. 

L d)an Joncst 

Milton B.rdf 

M. H. Bon.'t 

Joseph B. Hint 

William H. Bighamt... 

James Sm th t 

J. S. McClaiiit 

I. T. A. Hendtrsou. 

Cvru.s Ha V nest 

J.'S. McCfaint 

B. H. Pie-sou 

J. S McClaint 

Simuel Bond} 

W. Burgi'sst 

Cvrus Idavnest 

J"hn (i. VVhitH 

J hn (ary t 

Collins J. Br dley t 

John (i. White 

M. H. Bonet 

H. C. E«ingt 

J. B. Logan t 

W. B. Walter.son 

H. H. Harrison t 

Smith I'arks 

W. S. Campbell t 

A. B. Mil er 

J. C. Bowdon t 

Azel Freeman t-. 

J. H. Nickellt 

J. U.Brown 

John Frizzell 

D. (}. Moll y 

R. B. Chri-^mim 

John F"riz/,ell 

J. C. Van Patten , 

R. S. Reedt 

!•; B Chri.sman 

John Frizze 1 

.lohn Frizzell 

lolin Frizzell 

Jolui Frizzell 

John Fr zzell 

John Frizz-11 

Tiihn Frizzell 

John Frizz-11 

John Frizzell 

John Frizz 11......... 

T. C. Blake 

P.O. Blake 

T. C. Blake 

T. C.Blake 

T. C. Blake 

T. C. Blake 

T.C.Blake 

T. C. Blake 

t Deceased. 



Place. 



Princeton, Ky 

Princcto.,, Ky 

Princeton, Ky 

Nashville, Tenn 

Nashville, Tenn 

Vashville, Tenn 

Princeton, Kv 

Na>hville, Tenn 

Princeton, Ky 

Lebanon, Tenn 

Elkton, Ky 

Owensboro, Ky 

Owenshoro, Ky 

Owensboro, Ky 

Lebanon, Tenn 

Owenshoro, Ky 

ebanon, ()hio 

Memphis, Tenn 

Princeton, Kv 

Clarksville, tenn.... 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Nashville, Tei.n 

Princeton, Ky 

Meiiijihis, Tenn 

Lebanon, Tenn 

Louisville, Ky 

LexiTigto , Mo 

Huntsville, Ala 

Evansville Ind 

Nashvdle, Tenn 

St. Louis, Mo 

Owensboro, Kv 

Alton, 111 ", 

Lebanon, Ohio 

E\;insville, Ind 

hvensboro, Ky 

Memphis, Teuu 

Lincoln, 111 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 
Warrensbuig, Mo.... 

Nashville, Tenn 

KTansville, Ind 

Hunisville, Ala 

Springticlii, Mo 

lelterson, Te.\Hs 

Riwling (ir en, Ky. 

Lincoln, 111 

Ivt'hano'i, Tenn 

Memphis, Tenn 

Kvansville, Ind 

Austin, Texas 

Hunisville, .\1>- 

Nashville, Tenn 

McKei sport, Pa 

Bentonville, Ark 

Sedalia, Mo 

Covington, Ohio 

Waco, Texas 

Kansas City, Mo 

Unio City", Tenn.... 



Time. 



May 19. 
May 18. 
May 17. 
. May 15. 
May 21. 
May 20. 
May 19. 
May 17. 
May 16. 
Miiv 15. 
May 19. 
Mav 18. 
May 17. 
Mav 16. 
M«y 20. 
May 19. 
Miy 18. 
May 16. 
May 15. 
May 21. 
Mav 20. 
Mav 19. 
Mav 17. 
Mav IG. 
Mav 15. 
May 15. 
May 21. 
Mav 20. 
Mav 19. 
May 17. 
viiiy 16. 
May 15. 
May 21. 
M«y 19. 
Mav 18. 
May 17. 
May 16. 
Mav 21. 
May 20. 
May 19. 
May 18. 
Mav 16. 
Mav 15. 
May Vl. 
May 20. 
May 18. 
Mav 17. 
May 16. 
May 15. 
Mav 20. 
Mav 19. 
M^iv 18. 
May 17. 
May 15. 
Mav 21. 
Mav 20. 
• av 19. 
Mav 17. 
May 16. 
Mav 15 



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XI.-DIRECTORY. 



ARRANGED BY PRESBYTERIES. 



1. ALABAMA. 

Ministers : 
Browning, A. S., Orrville, Ala. 
Caldwell, .1., R.ickv Riilge, Ala. 
Caldwell, .1. I> , <-'alera, Ala. 
Caldwell. .1. W., !?elma, Ala. 
Cross, .T. B , W.iodstdck. .\la. 
Cross, L. B., Stated f^lerk, Arlington, Ala. 
Ga.ston, C. A., Northpovt. Ala. 
Hail, R. J. C, D.D., Bivniingham, Ala. 
Oglesby, S. G., Helena, .Ala. 
Oglesbv, S. 8., Birmingham, Ala. 

Paisley, E. ])., , . 

Wyatt, D. Y., Calera, Ala. 
Wyatt, J. L., Jemison, Ala. 

Licentiates : 
DeLache, J. S., .Shelby, Ala. 
Johnsey, .1. a , Helena, Ala. 
Wallace, M. D., Lebanon, Tenn. 

Candidate : 
Allinder, B. I., Bessemer. Ala. 



2. ALBION. 
Ministers : 
Borah, .T. W , Fairfield, 111. 
Ferguson, W. T.. Petersburg, 111. 
Fields, C. M., Knfield, 111. 
Huglfty. .1. L., Kutield, 111. 
Riley. J. L., Fairfield, 111. 
Sampson. V. N., Fairlield. 111. 
Turner, C. A. C, Crossville, 111. 
Walker, Z. T., Burnt Prairie, 111. 
Yates, C. W., Albion, 111. 
Ruling Elder Levinns Harris, Stated Clerk 
All)iou, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Penfold, Elias, Enfield, 111. 
Trousdale, W. A., Merriani, 111. 

Candidates : 
M >rrison, A., Burnt Prairie, 111. 
Welsh, .1. !>., Enfield, 111. 



:t. ALLEGHENY. 

Ministers : 
Gallagher, .T M., .Jackson Center, Pa. 
Gibson, .1. S., Hamilton. !'a 
Grossman, R. N., .'^tated Clerk, Seneca, Pa. 
Howells, .1. T., Punxsntawney, Pa. 
Liles, E. H., Sandy Lake. Pa. 
Me-ins, .1. L, Tarentum, Pa. 
Miller, J. G., Olivebnrg. Pa. 
Morris, .1. Reed, .Jackson Center, Pa. 

Licentiate: 
Garvin, S. W., Lincoln, III. 



4. ANDERSON. 
Ministers: 

Bowman, I. F., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Brown, W. W , Providence, Ky. 
Goad, A. Jj., Niirtonville, Ky. 
Graham, Cyrus, Boxville, Ky. 
Gwynn, Richard, Bremen, Ky. 
Logan S. 1>., Lebanon, Tenn. 
McDonald, (i. B., Greenville. Kv. 
Matlingly, E. W., Calhoun, Kv. 

Mitchell, T. IL, , . 

Robinson, J. L., Henderson, Ky. 
Tcnifilenian, J. R., Sturgis, Ky. 
Wilson, .Jas., Madisouville, Kv. 
Wynns, W. W , Bordley, Ky. 
Young, T. E , Robards Station, Kv. 
Ruling Elder J. W. L;,mb, Stated Clerk, 
Sturgis, Ky. 

Licentiate: 
Womaek, O. C, Carlow, Ky. 

Candidates : 
Beechani, A. G., Crofton, Ky. 
Graham, C. C. Lebanon, Tenn. 
White, J. S., Providence, Ky. 

5. ARKANSAS. 
Ministers : 

Brigance, J. N., Mulberry, Ark. 

Carnahan, Peter, Beutonville, Ark. 

Charlton, F. T., Rcntonville, Ar'-. 

Cox, Samuel Prairie (h'ove, Ark. 

Earle, F. K., D.D., Stated Clerk, Boonsboro, 

Ark. 
Henderson, G. A.. Fayetteville, Ark. 
.Johnson, J. E., Ozark, Ark. 
Kellev, Jotin IL, Favetteville, Ark. 
Molloy, .J. T., Fayetteville, Ark. 
Morrow. George, Boonsboro, Ark. 
Prather, L. .1. A., Jlood, Ark. 
Prynian, .lonatlian, .'^taiintiin, Ark. 
Pvlant, (iuilford. Boonsboro, Ark. 
Reagan, C. (i., Ozark, .\rk. 
liogers, W. I'., Ozark .\rk. 
Rush, ,J. D., Siloain Sjjrings, Ark. 
Shelt^in, A. G., Ozark, .Ark. 
.'-tockton, K. I)., Ozark, .Ark. 
Suttle, S. I.,., Elm Springs, Ark. 

I>icentiates : 
Carnahan, A. E., South West City, Mo. 
McKinney, W. H., Lone Elm, Ark. 
Moore, C. R., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Roach, R. B., Ozark, Ark. 
Stockberger. .1. W., Pitkin, Ark. 
Swaim, .1. A., Ozark, Ark. 

Candidates: 
I»oak, .lames. Eureka Springs. Ark. 
Kirby, W. !•'., Boonsboro, .Ark. 



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6. ATCHLSON. 
Ministers : 
Brundige, J. H., Horton, Kansas. 
Diivall, «'. P., Stated Clerk, i\ansas City, Mo. 
Hutchison, C. VV., Piper, Kansas. 
Latta, W. K., May wood, Kansas. 
Moore, F. M., Atchison, ICaiisas. 
Morgan, .1. H., Perry, ICansas. 
Roach, T. K., Holton, Kansas. 

7. ATHliNS. 
Ministers : 
Archer, W. (i., Stated Clerk, Lee, Ohio. 
Best, Jas., Centerburgh, Ohio. 
Dent. M , Adelphi, Ohio. 
McWherter, (i. W , Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 
.Steele, Lewis, Harrisonville, Ohio, 
Welch, T. A., Harr..sonville, Ohio. 

Licentiate : 
Bixler, S. P., North Liberty, Ohio. 

Candidate : 
Clutter, W. C, Marshtield, Ohio. 

S. BACON. 
Ministers : 
Anderson, Jesse, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Burrow, A. ti., Kemp, Texas. 
Dawson, W. B., Decatur, Texas. 
Dawson, William, .Stated Clerk, Canton, Texas. 
Groves, J. B., Athens, Texas. 
Hendrick, Ed. E., Teiuiacana, Texas. 
King, W. H. II., Minneola, Texas. 
Mci'Uirkan, W. H., I^awndale, Texas. 
Phillips, H. T., Tvlcr, Texas. 
Spencer, Benj., i)!l)., Terrell, Te.xas. 
Vineyard, P. .1., Dallas, Texas. 
Wat kins, A. S., Wild Cat, Te.xas. 
Waikins, K. O., Kemp, Texas. 
Wollbnl, J a., Morrillton, Ark. 

Licentiate : 
Stone, A. U., Tehuacana, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Long, J. C, Ash worth, Texas. 
Maness. H. IJ., Roddy, Texas. 
McVey, S. H., Pruitt, Texas. 



9. BARTHOLOMEW. 

Ministers : 
Douj^lass, T. .S., Hampton, Ark. 
Harris, Moses C, Sumuierville, Ark. 
Holldwman, W. W., Star City, Ark. 
Ingram, U. A., Monticello, .Vrk. 
James, J. D., Hampton, .\rk. 
Julian, Lewis, Toledo, Ark. 
Newton, W. H., Coriiersville, Ark. 
Shell, S. Lee, Brooks, .Ark. 
Wilman, .Joseph, White Oak, .\rk. 
Wilson. J. .1., Brooks, Ark 
Ruling Elder J. A. .Shell, Stated Clerk, Brooks, 
Ark. 

Licentiate : 
Gillhani, D. B., Star City, Ark. 

Candidate : 
Oreer, O. E., White Oak, Ark. 



10. BELL. 
Ministers : 
Bhuitnn, J. C., Bigby Fork, Mi.ss. 
Borah, J. T., .Stated Clerk, Hienzi, Mihs. 
French, A..]., .shannon, .NJiss. 
(ilover, G. W., Corinth, Miss. 
Laird, J. S., Saulsbury, Tenn. 



McShan, J. E., Verona, Miss. 
Norma. I, J. F., Ridge, Miss. 
Strain, B B., Blue .->prings. Miss. 
Wilson, .T. L., Shannon, Miss. 
Young, Rotiert, Corinth, iliss. 

Licentiate : 
Bass, C. S., Ripley, Miss. 

Candidate 
Weeks, James, Shannon, Miss. 



IL BETHEL. 
Ministers : 
Battice, Allen, Boggy Depot, I. T. 
Bond, .Jesse, Jjehigh, J. T. 
Charleston, Martin, Lehigh. I. T. 
Cole, Morgan, Antlers, I T. _ 

Dickerson, J. H., Stated Clerk, Brookstmi, 

'lexas. 
Folsoin, (feorge, Annette, I. T. 
Gibson, W E., Annette, L T. 
Hud.son, James, Ivo.soma, I. T. 
Jetterson, Thomas, Roeky Comfort, Ark. 
Johnson, -V. B., Stringtown, I. T. 
Peter, (ieorge, Stringtown, I. T. 
Peter, Stephen, Woodville, I. T. 
Robinson, Calvin, Caddo, I. T. 
Washington, Ben, Boggy Depot, f. T. 

Jiiecntiates : 
Billey, Edmond, Atoka, L T. 
Carnes, Enos, Stringtown, I. T. 
Hall. William, Atoka, I. T. 
Harri.son, James, Atoka, I. T. 
Snerred, J. M., Antlers, I. T. 

Candidate : 
Foster, Abel, Boggy Depot, I. T. 

12. BONHAM. 
Ministers : 
Barr, A. L., Honey Grove, Texas. 
Benge, M. ]j., Stringtown, I. T. 
Brockett, M. Y., Sherman, Texas. 
Buchanan, .J. T., I.,adoiiia, Texas. 
Cox, B., Randolph, Texas. 
iMnwiddie, A. B. C, Dodd Citv, Texas. 
Gay, R A , Wolf ( ity, Te.vas." 
Jones, R. I''., Whitewright, Texa.s. 
Kirkpatrick, W. A., Whitewright, Texas. 
McFarland. F. M., Sherman, Texas. 
McKec, S. W., Dial, Texas. 
Messick, E. H , Howe Te.xas. 
Nicholson, J. K., Whitewright, Texas. 
Williams, T. N., ."^tatcd Clerk, B.mham, Texas. 
William.s, W. A., Wolf City, Texius. 

Licentiates : 
Nichol.son, .1. (i , Greenville, Texas. 
Ram.sev, .1 I..., Ladoiiia, Texas. 
Williams, W. L., Wolf City, Texa.s. 

Candidate : 
Dotson, JL G., I.,adoMia, Texas. 

13. BliFl'ALO tiAI'. 

Ministers : 
Baker, A. A., Merkel, Texas. 
Benge. R. W., Stated Clerk, Butt'alo (iap, Texas. 
Burrow, .1. M , Coiuaiielie, Texas. 
DeWitt, D. C, Abilene, Texas. 
Haynes. A. J., Huilalo (Jap, Texas. 
Knox, D. A , Rising .star, Texas. 
Leech. F. E.. Albany. Texas 
Norrell, A. B., Butlalo (iap, Texas. 
Pevton, W. ti., .-trawn. Texas. 
Werner, W. W., Roby, Texas. 
Young, .\lpha, Bullalo (iap, Texas. 



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Licentiates : 
Aston, 1?. M., Colorado, Texas. 
James, W. S., Abilene, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Fpence, M. L , Buffalo Gap, Texas. 
Waldrop, S. D., Buttalo Gap, Texas. 

14. BURROW. 

Ministers : 
Bird, W., Rector, Ark. 
Brvant, T. D., Nolton, .\rk. 
Cavett, R. B., Holly Grove, Ark. 
Cobb, J. I). C, .louesboro. Ark. 
Forbess, A. B., Brinkley, Ark. 
Freeman, T. S., Vineyard, Ark. 
Hamilton, D. A., (iainesville, Ark. 
Holitield, W. J., St. Francis, Ark. 
Ktowlton, J. S., Nolton, Ark. 
Mason, Jas. A., Stated Clerk, Forrest City, 

Ark. 
McLamrock, D. L., Rector, Ark. 
Slockinger, W. M., Paragould, Ark. 

Licentiate: 
Vineyard, D. M., Lebanon, Tenu. 

Candidate : 
Bailey, W. E., Forrest City, Ark. 



15. CALIFORNIA. 

Ministers : 
Baiigh, W. H., San Jose, Cal. 
Clay, L. L., San Diego, Cal. 
Cornwall, J. H., Monticello, Cal. 
Crawford, J. N., Ixiwer Lake, Cal. 
Culton, H. C, Winters, Cal. 
Davenport, R. J , St Helena, Cal. 
Gillespie, E. J., San Jose, Cal. 
Hail A. D , D.[>., (Jsaka, Japan. 
McXamar, A., Willetts, Cal. 
Pre Witt, A. M., Stated Clerk, Arroyo (Jrande, 

Cal. 
Sitton, J. J., San Francisco, C 1. 
Smith, M. O., .Sebastopol, Cal. 
Whittemore, B. F., Lompoc, Cal. 

Licentiate : 
Conrad, E. F., Arroyo Grande, Cal. 



16. CHARLOTTE. 

Ministers : 
Allison, J. A., Erin. Tenn. 
Bramlett, J. .1., Dover, Tenn. 
Castleman, A. (!., Charlotte, Tenn. 
Cooley, D. D., Waverly, Tenn. 
Coolev, H. N., ( lydcdcii, Tenn. 
Cooley, W. M., White Bliitf, Tenn. 
Deason, E. R., Messenger, Tenn. 
Nichols, G. W , Edywood, Tenn. 
Osburn, F. M^ Erin, Tenn. 
Stock ird, A. C., Waverly, Tenn. 
Taylor, A. M., Erin, Tenn. 
Webb, T. O., Omega, Tenn. 
Kuling Elder S .M. Wilson, Stated Clerk, 
Tennessee Ridge, Tenn. 

Licentiates : 
Evans, M, L., Stewart, Tenn. 
Green, W. H., Metcalr, 'I'enn. 
Nichols, L. R., I-^lywood, Tenn. 
Stockard, J. L., Waverly, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Estes, J. O , Palmyra, Tenn. 
Phipher, T. M.. Clydeden, Tenn. 
Torian, Jame«, Omega. Tenn. 
Webb, B. W., Omega, Tenn. 



17. CHATTANOOGA. 

Ministers : 
Berryhill, A. J., Cleveland, Tenn. 
Bushnell, D. E., D.D., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Campbell, A., Sua, Tenn. 
Dumas, A. W., Jasper, Tenn. 
Early, A. P., Dayton, Tenn. 
Hall, James, Dayton, Tenn. 
Hickman, A., Graysville, Tenn. 
Jacoway, J. G., Trenton, Ga. 
Johnson, T. M., Brittsville, Tenn. 
Jones, J. T., Daisy, Tenn. 
McClary, I. A., Parksville, Tenn. 
McClary, O. B., Parksville, Tenn. 
Moore, R. J., Whitwell, Tenu. 
Price, J. T., Pikevllle, Tenn. 
Pryor, E. G. H., Whitwell, Tenn. 
Ramsey, S. M., Stated Clerk, Coulterville, Tenn. 
Walker, J. R., Dayton, Tenn. 
Wliitener, J. A., Jasper, Tenn. 
Wilson, W. H., Chattanooga, Tenu. 

Candidates: 
Estell, R. E., I^jbanon, Tenn. 
Richmond, J. S., Innian, Tenn. 
Witt, J. D., Lebanon, Tenn. 



18. CHEROKEE. 
Ministers : 
Crawford, N. J., Chouteau, 1. T. 
(irace, K. C, Pryor Creek, I. T. 
Hogan, David, Chouteau, I. T. 
Parks, R. C, Wagoner, I. T. 
Rawls, E. L., Chouteau, I. T. 
Miss Bessie Crawford, Stated Clerk, Chouteau, 
I. T. 



19. CHILLICOTHE. 

Ministers : 
Coen, Amos, Moorsville, Mo. 

Cooper, A. T., , . 

Dodds, W. D., Chillicothe, Mo. 

French, J. W., Lock Spring, Mo. 

Hayes, L. F , Gallatin, Mo. 

McLaury, I). A., Coloma, Mo. 

Nickell, W. N., Stated Clerk, Jamesport, Mo. 

Ragan, E. S., Lock Spring, Mo. 

Ragan, J. M., Jamesport, Mo. 

Shook, H. C, Bucklin, M .. 

Wynn, P. W., Chillicothe, Mo. 

Candidate: 
McGee, J. W., Lebanon, Tenn. 



20. COLESBURG. 

Ministers : 
Allison, A., Chariton, Iowa. 
Bair, L. R., Nevada, Iowa. 
Fergusim, R. A., Maxwell. Iowa. 
McWherter, R. L., Ml. Vernon, Ohio. 
Vannice, R. L., Stated Clerk, Waukon, Iowa. 



21. COLORADO (1888). 

Ministers : 
Adkisson, A. J , Au.stin, Texas. 
.Vtkin.Hon, .Uoiizo, Yenga, Texa-s. 
Bowers, Wm. .1., Burton. Texas. 
Copeland, Wm. E., Stated Clerk, Rockdale, 

Texas 
.McCullough, A. ])., Elgin, Texa.s. 
Renick, .1 M., Lexington. Texas. 
Shaw, W. H., .\ustin, Texas. 
Strayhorn, N. T., Austin, Texas. 

Licentiate : 
CumininH, J. F., Elgin, Texan. 



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22. CUMBERLAND. 

Ministers : 
Dougbertv, H. B., Alone, Ky. 
Kerri 1, j' Ci., Cane Va ley, Ky. 
Joliusion, W. W., Tauipieo, Ky. 
Llovd, J. T., Big Kenox, Ky. 
Milam, W. K., Burkesville, Ky. 
Norris, J. T., Elroy, Ky. 
Parrish, H. .S , Hurkesville, Ky. 
Porter, B. D., Center, Ky. 
Sandidge, W. H C, Columbia, Ky. 
Turner, II. S., Monticello, Ky. 
"Waggoner, .1. B., Hartford, Ky. 
WelLs, T. W., Thurlow, Ky 
Ruling Elder W. W. Bradshaw, Stated Clerk, 
Columbia, Ky. 

Licentiates : 
Houk, U. \V., Center, Ky. 
Mauk, .las. L , Savoyard, Ky. 
Peterson, M., Hi.seville, Ky. 
Sexton, J. W., Gmdyville, Ky. 

Candidates : 
Campbell, J. T., Campbellsville, Ky. 
Hicks, J. v., Three Springs, Ky. 
Thompson, T. S., Sulphur Well, Ky. 
Wooton, J. C, Grady ville, Ky. 

23. DAVIS. 
Ministers : 
Bagwell, N. E., (jarrettsburg, Ky. 
Biddle, A. C, Stated Clerk, Hopkinsville, Ky. 
Casky, \V. L., Ca.sky Station, Ky. 
Dorris, .1. A., Elkton, Ky. 
Gill. J. M , D.I)., Elkton, Ky. 
Gritfin, S. M., Elkton, Ky. 
Hooker, R. W., Allensville, Ky. 
Joiner, I. G., Lafayette, Ky. 
Perrv, H F., Fairview, Ky. 
Quai'te, W. G. L., Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Licentiate : 
Layman, R. L., Lewisburg, Ky. 

24. DECATUR. 
Ministers : 
Bailiff, Thomas, Ea.st Fork, 111. 
Baker, N. .M., Stilted Clerk, Decatur, 111. 
Bankson, W. L., Blue Mound, 111. 
Beals, .lesse, l^erna. 111. 
Brvant, H. \V., Decatur, 111. 
Crockett, II. R., Bethanv, 111. 
Dillow, M., Milmiue, 111. 
Haddock. Noah, Diana, 111. 
Hill, R. C, Charleston, III. 
McDavid, A. B., Bethany, 111. 
Onvett, H. D., D.D., Mt. Zion, 111. 
Woods, J. W., -Mattoon, 111. 

Licentiate : 
Hall, D. L., , III. 



Candidates : 
Ennis, I. A., Cisco, 111. 
Hughey, Luther, Lincoln, 111. 
York, Perry, Janesville, 111. 

25. EDEN. 
Ministers : 
Ashmore, E. L., Scott City, Kansas. 
Clark. \V. A , Eads, Col. 
Lowrance. J. K., tianlen City, Kansas. 
Martin, I. M., Ness City, Kansas. 
Motn-e J. C. Stated Clerk. Ix-oti, Kansas. 
Oldham, W. S , .'Selkirk, Kan.sas. 
Willingham, G. D., tiardeu City, Kansas. 

Licentiate : 
Wells, C. B., Fort Scott, Kansas. 



26. ELK. 
Ministers : 
Bates, T. F., Shelbyville, Tenn. 
Beck, L. ])., Lebanon, lenn. 
Bishop, A. H., Boon's Hill, Tenn. 
Bridges, W. A., Cornersville, 'lenn. 
Brown, .1. M., Lewisburg, Tenn. 
Crawford, N. D., Flat Creek, Tenn. 
Fender, .J. F., Lewisburg, Tenn. 
(ientrv, .1. B., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Galloway, M. L., Chapel Hill, Tenn. 
Hastings, G. P., Chapel Hill, Tenn. 
Hendal, B. B., Manchester, Tenn. 
Heudri.x, T. M., Kockvale. Tenn. 
Holt, J. N., Shelbyville, Tenn. 
Lamb, .1. C, Hover, Tenn. 
Lyon, P. A., Murfreesboro, Tenn. 
McDonald, J. N., Bellbuckle, Tenn. 
McGill, R. A., Beech Grove, Tenn. 
Pattou, .1. .1., Beech Grove, Tenn. 
Pavne, J. L., Stated Clerk, Winchester, Tenn. 
Prather, M. E., Shelbvville, Tenn. 
Bankin, A. F , Bellbuckle, Tenn. 
Templeton, J. C, Beech Grove, Tenn. 
Warren, J. B., Petersburgh, Tenn. 
AVarren, J. H., Petersburg, Tenn. 
Wilson, S. E., Manchester, Tenn. 

Licentiates : 
Burks, J. T., Morrison, Tenn. 
Dwver, .T. B., .Shelbyville, Tenn. 
Hogan, (i. H., Fayetteville, Tenn. 
Logan, G. H., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Wilson, .1. J., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Winsett, J. J., Liud's Store, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Beaslev, W. H., Spring Place, Tenn. 
Burks," N. F , Prairie Plains, Tenn. 
Cook, H. H , Lewisburg, Tenn. 
Eshman, A. N , Winchester, Tenn. 
Foster, J. A., Jordans Valley, Tenn. 
Madclox, A. S., Lewisburg, Tenn. 
Ma<ldox, F. E., Lewisburg. Tenn. 
Miller, II. F , I>ebanon, Teun. 
Neal, (i. N., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Simmons, J. N., Lewi.'^hurg, Tenn. 
Stephens, .1. S , Beech (Jrove, Tenn. 
Stern, R. L., Rockvale, Tenn. 
Tucker, A. R., Eagleville, Tenn. 

27. EWING (ARK.) 

Ministers : 
Beftis, O. F., Russell ville. Ark. 
Blackburn, K. F., Ijoudon, .\rk. 
Bruton, .1 W., Appleton, Ark. 
Conlev, Jno. A., Stated Clerk, Old Hickory, 

Ark 
Conlev, .las. P., Dover, Ark. 
Cox, Anderson, llagerville. Ark. 
Edwards, W. H., Harmony, Ark. 
Foust, W. .1., Lamar, Ark. 
Greer, W. H., Atkins. Ark. 
Haile, .J. N. I)., Hattieville, Ark. 
Henderson, . I. T., Dover -Vrk. 
Kindred, Z. T., Solgohachia, Ark. 
Milner, H. B., Clarksville, .\rk. 
Montgomerv, .la-s. F., .\ppletou, Ark. 
Smiih, .loe A., Cleveland, Ark. 
Stewart, C. .1. Lamar, .\rk. 
Watkius, W. W., Appleton, Ark. 
Wheat, W. C, Rus.sellville, .\rk. 

Licentiates : 
Moore, .1. T., Cleveland, Ark. 
Tucker, Sam', Springfield, -Xrk. 

Candidates : 
Chambers, W. C, Solgohachia, Ark. 
Grason. .lohn, .^cotts- ille, .\rk. 
Rushing, Homer, Dover, Ark. 



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28. EWING (ILL.) 
Ministers : 
Davis, K. M., Omalia, 111. 
Davis, W. E., Omalia, 111. 
Gill J. !•'., Carrier's Mills, 111. 
Gray, W. F., Walpole, 111. 
Hiuigins, .7. L., Harrishurgh, 111. 
Mcl^u.iy, .r. F., Norris Citv, 111. 
Porter, .1. A., Omaha, 111. 
Prvor, R. M., Crab Orchard, 111. 
Randolph, M. S.. Enfield, 111 
Slankard, .1. H., Norris City, 111. 
Smith, G. C, Harrisl)urg, 111. 
Whi esides, J. A., Middle Point, 111. 
Williams, G. W., Stated Clerk, McLeansboro, 

111. 
Young, V. W., Eldorado, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Crabtree. li. VV., i:ufield, 111. 
Green, M. D , JSoriis City, 111. 
La.sswell, A. .1., Walpole, 111. 
Peebles, O. P., Crab Orchard, 111. 

29. FLORIDA. 
Ministers : 
Boydstun, .1. G., Stated Clerk, Lakeland, Fla. 
McMahan, J A., South Lake Weir, Florida. 
Terrell, W. H., Bushnell. Florida. 
Wilson, A. A., Tompkinsville, Florida. 

30. FOSTER. 
Ministers : 
Brooks, Matthew, Georgetown, 111. 
Buchanan, A. B., Danville, 111. 
Coollev, C. P., Stated ('lerk, Kairraount, 111. 
Hendrick, L. D., Oakland, 111. 
Mciinight, J. M., West Salem, Wis. 
Montgomery, G. W., Newman, 111. 
Sandlin, A. R., Ashmore, 111. 
Smith, VV. O , Catlin, 111. 
Whitlock, James, (jenrgetown. 111. 
Whitlock, Thomas, Homer, 111. 
Williams, T. A , Rardin, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Campbell, W. L., Vermilion Grove, 111. 
Hughart, Samuel, Charleston, 111. 
Lu I'evers, George, Mattoon, 111. 
Reid, Moses Georgetown, III. 
Waggerman, Chas. , Huiurick, 111. 

Candidates : 
Barnes, L G., Ashmore, 111. 
Madden, Loyal, Rardin, 111. 

3L GEORGIA. 
Ministers : 
Chevalier, W. P., Atlanta, Ga. 
Folsom. .1. W., Cecil, (Ja. 
Hambrlght, A. I!. T., Cohutta, Ga. 
Henrv. .•^. IL, .Sumach, (ia. 
King,"H. (;., Tunnel Hill, Ga. 
Kirkes, I>. C, Lebanon, Tenu. 
Losson, U. F., Clio, Tenn. 
Mann, A. .J., ICverett Springs, (ia. 
McGhee, Z. M., Stated Clerk, Dalton, (ia. 
Miller, .1. IL, Dawnville, Ga. 
Smith, J. \V. L., Fairmount, (ia. 

LlcentJates : 
Griffith, W. N., Stamper, Tenn. 
Smith, J. W., McDonald, 'lenn. 

Candidate : 
Bray, K. U., Everett Springs, (ia. 

;i2. (iltEENVILLE. 
Ministers : 
Armor, .1. .1., Winsboro, Texas. 
Barker, W. \V., Siil|)hiir Springs, Texas. 
Mead, J. W., Winsboro, Texas. 
Moore, D. F., Wieland. Texas. 
Moore, D. .L, .Sulphur .Springs, Texas. 



Ragan, •!. W., Donelton, Texas. 
Stephens, B. F., Black Jack Grove, Texas. 

Vaughn, -M. M., , 'lexas 

Young, H. F., btated Clerk, Sulphur Springs, 
Texas. 

Licentiates : 

Gibbons, W. A., , Texas. 

Hari, J. P. A., Wieland, Texas. 
Vick, L. F., Black Jack Grove, Texas. 

Candidate : 
W. U. Head, Cold Hill, Texas. 

3:3. GREGORY. 
Ministers : 
Baker, W. R., Montague, Tex. 
Basham, (i. W., Henrietta, Tex. 
Davenport, I. S., Chillicothe, Tex. 
Elder, J. A., Bella, Tex. 
Elder. Q. D., Frazier, Tex. 
Franklin, W. H., Loop, Tex. 
Gregory, W. J., (I'hico, Tex. , 
Hester, G. P., Loop, Tex. 
'* orris, W. A., Salona, Tex. 
Philips, J., Vernon, Tex. 
Porter, S. W., Belcherville, Tex. 
Proctor, F. M., Alvord, Tex. 
Reid. J. W., Stated Clerk, Salona, Tex. 
Rodgers, A. W., Vernon, Tex. 
Small J. M , Bowie, Tex. 
Speegle, M. M., Maugum, Tex. 
Walker, W. C, Newport, Tex. 
Wear, W. D., Chillicothe, Tex. 
Zinn, J. A., Ronda, Tex. 

Licentiates : 

Karnes, M. F., , . 

Martin, W. W., Chico, Tex. 

Candidates : 
Dennv, A D., Chico, Tex. 
Stanfield, J. T., Chico, Tex. 
Walker, W. J., Newport, Tex. 

34. GUADALUPE. 
Ministers : 
Bradley, C. J., Prairie Lea, Tex. 
Comer, . A., Sandy, Texas 
Francis, J. A., Stated Clerk, San Antonio, Tex. 
Friar, W. S., Sedan, Texas. 
Hodges, J. J., Wrightsboro, Texas. 
Ingram, J. C. W., Ingram, Texas. 
Leecli, T. A., Moulton, Texas. 
Renick, A. R., Center Point, Texas. 
Speegle, J. D., San Antonio, Texas. 
Vann, .T.W., Ingram, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Brown, James, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Irving, K. L., Teluuican , Texas. 
Schwab, J. W., Hochlieiin, Texas. 
Thoniison, T. J., Yoakum, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Haas, Otto Karr, Converse, Texa.s. 



:«. (iUTHRlE. 
Ministers : 
Baker, B. II., Marysville, Texas. 
Rennott, H. .M., Wliitesboro, Texas. 
Berry, VV. JI., Denton, Texas. 
Brewer, \V. L., Pilot Point, Texas. 
Bullard, M. L., Bartonville, Texas. 
Ilaynes, John. Denton, Texas 
Hodges, (_'. B., Saiuluskv, 'i'exas. 
Jarrell. C. N., (iainesville, Texa.s. 
Johnson, M. C., Gainesville, Texas. 
Jiilly, I. v., Decatur, Te.<as. 
•lulian, J. A., Pilot Point, Texas. 
McClurkin, John, Roanoke, exas. 
Mitchell, D. L., Forestburg, Texas. 



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Molloy, R. W., Gainesville, Texas. 
Moore, J. J., Stated Clerk, Lewisville, Texas 
Nicholson, 11. G., Pilot Point, Texas. 
Phillips, L. C, Marvsvillc, Texa.s. 
Randall, L. J., I'ort" Worth, Texas. 
Ratclitf, John, Denton, Texas. 
Riley, P. M., \Vhito.sl)or.., Texas. 
Rippetoe, A., Watauga, Texas. 
Russell, C A., Karlv, 'lexas. 
Skiles, E. K., HeakUoii, I. 'I'. 
Snavely, J. K., Thatkervillc, I T. 
Stantield, R. W., Double Springs, Texas. 
Upton, C. C, Aurora, Texas. 
Walker, D. L., Oakland. I. T. 

Licentiate : 
Smith, J. J., Healdtou, I. T. 

Candidates : 
Edwards, T. J., Forestburg, Texas. 
McGinty, R. L., Deuton, Texas. 
Sawyer.'G. W., Forestburg, Texas. 



36. HIWASSEE. 
Ministers : 
Butler, G. W., Wheat, 'J'enn. 
Conner, J. C, Brakebill, Tenn. 
Crawford, W. H., Wheat, Tenn. 
Fryar, S. P., Morganton, Tenn. 
Hall, J. II. B.. Loud .n, Tenn. 
Harrison, Wiu.. Sweetwater, Tenn. 
Hawkins, A. W., Stated Clei-k, Knoxville, 

Tenn. 
Henry, ,J. H., Kingston, Tenn. 
Hunt^ M. A., Maryville, Tenn. 
Kerr, D. M , Morganton, Tenn. 
Lowry, J. IL, Kincaid, Tenn. 
McOroskey, Solon, Madison ville, Tenn. 
Ritter, .1. C, Concord, Tenn. 
Sloop, M. L . Athens, Tenn 
Thompson, A. M., Dallas, Texas. 
West, S. B , Concord, Tenn 
Wilkerson, M. W , Concord, Tenn. 
Wright, C. J., Patty's Gap, Tenn. 

Licentiates : 
Carlock, I. D., Ricevillc, Tenn. 
Hicks, J. P., Brakebill, Tenu. 
Phelps, K. L , Miser, Tenn. 
Richmond, M. R., Wheat, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Dyer, M. F., Miser, Tenn. 
Gilliland, W. M., Kingston, Tenn 



M. HOPEWELL. 
Ministers : 
Bobbitt, Henry, Henry Stiition, Tenn. 
Boon, W. A., i)vcr, Tenn. 
Bullington, .). K., Martin, Tenu. 
Bullingtoii, M. L., Atwood, Tenn. 
Caldwell, W. .1.. Lebanon, Tenn. 
Cannon, T.W , Stated Clerk, >JcKenzie, Tenn. 
Caruell, E M., Gardner, Tenn. 
Cooper, A. E., McKenzie, Tenn. 
Cooper, J. L., McKenzie, Tenn. 
Covey, J. K., Medina, Tenn. 
Croflbrd, T. F., .McKenzie, Tenn. 
David.son, J. O , Paris, Teun. 
Edwards, E. W., (ileesou, 'lenn. 
Ford, 1'. IL, Humboldt, Tenn. 
Foust, Allen, (irceiitield, leuu. 
Gossett. A. .\I ('., Chaseville, Tenu. 
Gray, ,L ,1., .McKenzie, Tenn. 
Hali, T. E., Kenton, Tenn. 
Hopkins, N. T., Milan, Tenn. 
Johns, W. IL, Trczevant, T>nn. 
Johnson, E. B , .McKenzie, Tenn. 
Johnson, H. C, Gleeson, I'cnu. 
Johnson, P. F., Huntingdon, Tenu. 



I Keaton, J. A., Atwood, Tenn. 

I Mannon, H. W., Camden, lenn. 

' Mellwain, D., Trenton, Tenn. 

! Mcl.«sky, Jo., (iardncr, Tenn. 

' Mount, J. W., McKenzie, Tenu. 

] Newberry, W. C, Gleeson, 'lenn. 

] Reed, H.'k, Dyer, Tenn. 

I Reed, H. W., Bradford, Tenn. 

I Scruggs, B. C. Camden, Tenn. 

Licentiates: 
I Bryant, S. A., McKenzie, Tenu. 
I Cribbs, C. F., McKenzie, Tenn. 

Foust, A. E., McKenzie, Tenn. 

Fowler, J. H., Dresden, Tenn. 

Grier, T. A., McKenzie, 'lenn. • 

Hume, J. K., Union City, 'lenn. 

Parnell, W. H., McKenzie, Tenn. 

Patterson, K. T., Christmasville, Tenn. 

Pitman, Richard, McKenzie, 'lenn. 

Candidates: 
McConnell, O. B., Trenton, Tenu. 
Mellwain, J. A., Trenton, Tenn. 



38. ILLINOIS. 

Ministers : 
Bell, J. Hay, Bay City, 111. 
Bell. J M., Bay City. 111. 
Broadway, F. P., Eddvville, 111. 
Havidsou, J. T., Eddyville, 111. 
Davis, Ix!vi, Anna, III. 
Eldredge, W. V., Golconda, 111. 
Hollowav, E. C, Eddvville, HI. 
Holloway, T. B., Goerville, 111. 
Manguni, B. (i., Antia, 111. 
Thompson, J. C , .Stated Clerk, Golconda, III. 
Vinevard, Wm., Karber's Kidge, 111. 
Wells, T. P., Wool P. ()., 111. 
Wyckoti; J. M., Unionville. III. 

Licentiates : 
Allen, John, Kaum, 111. 
Whiiesides, J. A., Eddyville, HI. 

Candidates : 
Collins, W. L., Golconda, 111. 
Hill, J. A., Walrab's .Mill, HI. 
Hammons, .lames. Wool 1*. O., 111. 
Henry, Levi, K., Vienna, HI. 
House, J. G., Bav City, ill. 
Utly, T. J., '-, . 



:«. INDIANA. 

Ministers : 
Bergen, A. G., Stated Clerk, Evansville. Ind. 
Crawford, W B., Oakland (.itv, Ind. 
Darby, W. J., D D., .Nashville, Tenn. 
Harrison, S. L., Vincennes, lud. 
Holmes, W. B., Lebanon, lenn. 
Jenkins, J. E., Princeton, Ind. 
Uitliam, Joseplius, Union, Ind. 
MoClure, T. .S., Oaktown, Ind. 
McCormick, P. B , I'rincelon, Ind. 
Medcalf, W. M., Vincennes, lud. 
Miller, .1. IL, Evansville, Ind. 
Murray, W. M., Owensville. Ind. 
."■niith, H F., Newburgh, Ind. 
Thomas, Ephraim, Uaklaiid City, Ind. 
Yates, Alouzo, Monroe City, Ind. 

Licentiates : 
Kelso, A. n , Lincoln, 111. 
IVrrv, I'xlward K., Lincoln, 111. 
Wright, Isaac E., .Mcuary, Ind. 

Candidate : 
Hightower, W. IL, Lincoln, HI. 



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40. IOWA. 
Ministers : 
Albright, E. H., Stated Clerk, Pleasant Grove 

Iowa 
Baird, W. F , Burlington, Iowa. 
Coleman, Charles, Katavia, Iowa. 
Fuller, A. F., Panora, Iowa. 

41. KANSAS. 
Ministers : 
Alexander, .1. H., Chanute, Kansas. 
Berry, A H., Cherryvale, Kansas. 
Freeze W. M., Wagstart', Kansas. 
Johnson, N. D., Topeka, Kansas. 
Jolly, A., Fort Scott, Kansas. 
Long, .\l. C, Stated Clerk, Fredonia, Kansas. 
Means, W. C, Toronto, Kansas. 
Odell, A , Pomona, Kan.sas. 
Rose, J. B., Paola, Kansas. 
Sadler, S. A., Fort Scott, Kansas. 
Sherar, K. H., Paola, Kansas. 
Smith, E. B., Altoona, Kansas. 
Snelson, A C, Star Valley, Kansas. 
Spencer William, Fall Kiver, Kansas. 
Watts, B., Longlon, Kansas. 

Lic-entiate : 
Ramsey, K. S., Eureka, Kansas. 

42. KENTUCKY. 
Ministers : 
Blair, K. I)., Fairraount, Ky. 
Caldwell, R. H., Stated Clerk, Danville, Ky. 
Clark, C. B , Winchester, Ky. 
Cockrill, B D., Louisville, Ky. 
Gilliam, J. C. , Perry ville, Ky. 
Hambliu, N. C., Liberty, Ky. 
Long, J. S., Cynthiana Ky 
Maepberson, C. G., Louisville, Ky. 

Licentiate : 
Ewing, L. D., Lebanon, Tenn. 

i:i. KING. 
Ministers : 
Alexander, S. L., Hackett, Ark. 
Barker, J. E , Divide, .-irk. 
Burt, J. S., Charleston, Ark. 
Coffee, C. M., Long Kidge, Ark. 
Durham, J. L., thismville. Ark. 
Francis, .J. C, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Goddard, Peter, Sugar l.oaf. Ark. 
Hampton, T. J. Kllswnrth, Ark. 
Kallmeyer, J II., l^aris. Ark. 
Limbird, Mark, Belleville, Ark. 
Lish, J. S. Cecil, Ark. 
Marshall, Jesse, National Springs, Ark 
McElvain, S. H., Stated Cl'k, Fort Smith, Ark. 
McNabb, M. B , Enterprise, Ark. 
Naake, T. L., Dallas, Ark. 
Piersou, B. IL, 1). 1)., Witcherville, .\rk. 
Sallis, J. W., Delaware, Ark. 
Tavlor, B. K., Chismville, Ark. 
Walker, W. W., Ellsworth, Ark. 

Licentiates : 
Baldridge, S. H., Ozark, Ark. 
Hogau, S. L., (.'hismville, Ark. 

Candidates : 
Benge, W. IL, Chi.smville, Ark. 
Fort, J. H., Paris, Ark. 

44. KIRKPATKICK. 
Ministers : 
Beck, J. W., Milford, Texa.s. 
Campbell, A , Lawn.sdale, Texas. 
Clack. I N., Itasca, Texius. 
Crawford, (i. D., Ennis, Texas. 
Henderson, A. .S , Avalon, Texas. 
Hornbeak, J. W., ('orsicana, Texas. 
Kerr, J. M., Chatfield, Icxas. 
Lackey, J. A., Rice, Texas. 



Lackey, W. J., Itasca, Texas. 
McCarty, J. M., Ilillsboro, Texas. 
McKee,"T. N., Woodbury, Texa,i. 
Miller, John, Blooming Grove, Texa.s. 
Patterson, W. A., Stated Clerk, Ilillsboro, 

Texa.s. 
Smith, J. W., Hubbard, Texas. 
Taylor, B. M., Hubbard, I'exas. 
Ward, J. A., D.D., Corsicana, Texas. 
Wilks, M. A., Dawson, Texas. 

Licentiate : 
Boyd, VV. J., Whitney, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Boyd, A. L., Corsicana, Texas. 
Howard, U. C, Osceola, Texas. 

45. KIRKSVILLE. 
Ministers : 

Berry, H. \V., Collece Mound, Mo. 

Burns, G. N., Sue City, Mo. 

Delzell, F. E., La Plata, Mo., 

Herdman, W. C, Lurav, Mo. 

Johnston, W. H.. La Piata, Mo. 

Latimer, J B. , Kahoka, Mo. 

Lowrance, J. B., Clarence, Mo. 

Mitchell, J. B., D.D., Stated Clerk, Kirksville,. 

Mo. 
Nason, W. P., La Belle. Mo. 
Sharp, (t. W., Kirksville, Mo. 
Whitehead, Redmond, Macon, Mo. 
Winn, John, Sue City, Mo. 

Licentiate : ' 
Whitehead, C. H., Macon, Mo. 

Candidates: 
Baity, G. P., La Plata, Mo 
Banister, H. M., Memphis, Mo. 
Cottey, A. B., Meridian, Cal. 
McDowell, H. M., K rksville, Mo. 
Ragan, T. G., Pure Air, Mo. 

46. KNOXVILLE. 
Ministers : 

Baxter, F. P., Johnson City, Tenn. 
Bell, C. K., ( lover Bottom, Tenn. 
Bradshaw, T. R., Mt. Horeb, Tenn. 
Brown, W. A., Locust Spring, Tenn. 
Carroll, J. J., .St. Clair, Tenn 
Cartwright, S. G., Morrislown, Tenn. 
Collier, R. B., .Mill Brook, Tenn. 
Coi)p, VV. D., Pilot Hill, Tenn. 
Dobson, J. B., D. D., (Jreeneville, Teuu. 
Dob.son, R. M., (ireeneville, Tenn. 
Ghormley, J. W., Morristown, Tenn. 
Hawkins, L. .1., Greeneville, Tenn. 
Mathis, W. A., Mt. Horeb, IVnn. 
.McWherter, L., lireeneville, Tenn. 
Park, R. ]>., Greeneville, Tenn. 
Self, VV. F., Cireenevillo, Tenn. 
Silvius, (i. H., Tusculum, Tenn. 
Starnes, A. A., Lost Mountain, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder .Tamos .Vrmitage, Statt-d Clerk,, 
Greeneville, I'enn. 

Licentiates : 
Brumley, S. .\. C, Ottway, Tenn. 
Uarujon, C. R., (ireeneville, 'i'enn. 

Candidates : 
Mercer, T. L., Upchurch, Tenn. 
Shipley, W. L., , Tenn. 

47. LEBANON. 

Ministers; 
Alexander, .1. L , Na.shvill(>, Tenn. 
Alloway, J. B., Mount Juliet, Tenn. 
Blair, K. S., VVorshani, renii. 
Blake, T. C, D.l>., Nashville, Tenn. 
Bone, W. P., Berlin, (iermatiy. 
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Buriiey, S. G., D.D., I^banon, Tenii. 
Collinsworth, J. It., Hurtsville, Tena. 
Crisiuan, E. R., D.I)., .Nashville, Teun. 
Crump, W. K. M., Arriiintoii, Tenn. 
Dale, W. T., (iallatin, Tenn. 
Davi.s, Joel E., Ix;banoii, Teun. 
DeWitt, M. B , D.D., Na.shville, Tenn. 
Donuell, John T., We.st Kinley, Pa. 
Fitzgerald,.!. W., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Flanikiu, F. P., Nitshville, Tenn. 
Fo-ster, K. V., D. D., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Harris, D. M., D.D., Nashville, Tenn. 
Haynes, W. A., Gallatin, Tenn. 
Hendrix, W. W., D.D., Franklin, Tenn. 
Henry, J. R., Nashville, Tenn. 
Howard, J. M., D.I)., Nashville, Tenn. 
Hubbert, J. M., Nashville, Tenn. 
.Johnson, W. A., Na.shville, Tenn. 
Jones, John C, Franklin, Tenn. 
Jones, W. E., Charlotte, Tenn. 
Kirkpatrick, J. D., D.D., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Kittrell, J. S., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Lindsley, J. B., D.D., Nashville, Tenn. 
Manly, A. 11., (Joodlettsville, Tenn. 
Marshall, I). R., White House, Tenn. 
Marshall, H. H., Goodleltsville, Tenn. 
Marshall, James, Nashville, Tenn. 
McGau^hey, E. P., Nashville, Tenn. 

Miyo.shi, Bunta, , 

Montgonierv, J>. N.. Lebanon. Tenn. 
Patton, R. F., Na.shvill.>, Tenn. 
Pearson, R. (J., D.D., A.sheville, N. C. 
Porter, S. T , .Springfield, Tenn. 
Provine, J. C , D.D., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Provine, W. A., Princeton, lud. 
Reed, Hrskine, Nashville, Tenn. 
Russell, C. C, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Rye, J. J., Henrietta, Tenn. 

Sears, H. W., , . 

Smith, J. H., Parham, Tenn. 
Stevens, J. B , ■ 



Suddarth, W. W., Ix'banon, Tenn. 
Sullivan, .L W., Clarksville, Tenn. 
Tavlor, S. A., Franklin, Tenn. 

WiYson, J. W., , . 

Ruling Elder \V. .\. Clendening, Stated Clerk, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Licentiates : 
Caldwell, R. T., I^ebanon, Tenn. 
King, \V. J., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Kountz, E. B., I^ebanon, Tenn. 
Landreth, Ira, Ix-banon, Tenn. 

Macpherson, S., , . 

McD .nuold. Reed L., , . 

Oakley, G. M., Lebanon, Tenn. 

Warren, A. J., , . 

Wilker.son, G. <)., , . 

Candidates : 
Auterburn, F. P., (lallatin, Tenn. 
Bruce, Walter, Nashville, Tenn. 
Cleere, Thos. E., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Dishnian, .1. W., Hartsville, Tenn. 
Hill, J. L., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Mays, J. T., I^-banon, Tenn. 
Mct'ord, H. S., l>ebanon, Tenn. 
Willerford, W. T., U'banon, Tenn. 



48. LEXINGTON. 
Ministers: 
Barr, C. J., Chalk Level, Mo. 
Bernard, 'I'avlor, Clinton, Mo. 
Blair, \V. D." Westport, Mo. 
Clemens, L. F. L., .Mavview, Mo. 
Cowden, -M. F., Rich Hill, Mo. 
Dalton, J. {; , Pink Hill, >lo. 
Duvall, J. W., Holden. Mo. 
Fullerton, B. P., Kansa.s t'itv, Mo. 
Gilliam. W. T., Warrensburgh, Mo. 
Givens, S. I)., Holden, Mo. 



Honx, J. H., Warrensburgh, Mo. 
Irvine, M. B., W:irreiisburgh, Mo. 
King, .S. Finis, Kansits City. .Mo. 
Litlrell. J. Cal., Warn-iisbiirgh, Mo. 
L(jgan, B. F., Butler, M<» 
Mathis, G. W , Warrensburgh, Mo. 
McConnell, C. C, Hidden, -Mo. 
Mitchell, J. W., Odessa, .Mo. 
Moad. G. L., Belton, Mo 
Mock, Z. H.C., Holden, Mo. 
Moore, A. A., Wellington, Mo. 
Morrow, J. W., Wcstpo t. Mo. 
Orr, Z. T., Shawnee .Mound, -Mo. 
Poteet, James A., Foster, .Mo. 
Prather, John .V., Odessa, Mo. 
Read, W. M , lycxington. Mo. 
Ridlev, G. V., Warrensburgh, Mo. 
Russell, Frank, Stated < lerk, Holden, Mo. 
Shiflet, F. M., Windsor, .Mo. 
Snider, W. C., .Mattoon, 111. 
Thomas, B. F., Post Oak, Mo. 
Thomp.son, I. (r., Montrose. Mo. 
Vanausdal, A., Chapel Hill, .Mo. 
Walker, W. A., Clinton, Mo. 
Ward, R. B., Indei)en(Unee, -Mo. 
Wells, M. I'"., Freeman, Mo. 
Whitsett, Y. W., Knol>noster, Mo. 
Wil.son, W. H., Harrisonville, Mo. 
Wood, W. D., Kansas City, Mo. 

Licentiates: 
Dougherty, M. R., Lebanon, Teun. 
Francisco, A. B., U-e's ."summit, Mo. 
Sharp, H. C, Butler, Mo. 
Walkup, S. J., Lebanon, Tenu. 

Candidal es : 
Green, .\lbert W., Warrensburg, Mo. 
Hendee, A\. M., Kansas Citv, Mo. 
King, J. W., Bates City, Mo. 
Leinbach, — , Kansas City, Mo. 
Ray. W. A., Johnson City, Mo. 
Worley, J. C, Odessa, 



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49. LITTLE RIVER. 

Ministers: 
Barnett, J. F., Sandy Valley, Tex. 
Bauchnian, W. R., Florence, Tex. 
Boone, .J. D., Round Hock, Tex. 
Bownier, B. E., .-unny Lane, Tex. 
Forbes, C. J., Willow" City, Tex. 
Groves, A. A., Copperas Cove, Tex. 
Hudson, John, St..ted Clerk, Liberty Hill, 

Tex. 
Kerr, J B., Davilla, Tex. 
Loekctt, S. ('., Liherlv Hill, Tex. 
-McFarland, S. 1... Hlntlton, Tex. 
Moore, J. >!., Llano, Te.x. 
Stinnett, J. W., J.ampa.sas. Tex. 
Van Emnion, C. R., J.Kinipa.sas, Tex. 

Licentiate : 
Spcegle, E. H., Taylor, Tex. 

Candidates : 
Burkes, H. H., Nolandville, Tex. 
Cau.sey, T. S., Georgetown, Tex. 
Dilty, R. E., Center City, Tex. 
Mcyuowne, J. E., Taylor, Tex. 

50. LOGAN. 
Ministers: 
Adair, R. F., Woodburn, Ky. 
Binkley, R. W.. Franklin, Ky. 
Colhran, J. B., Bovvling (ireen, Ky. 
(Jridcr, J. S., I) D , Bowling (ireen, Ky. 
Haden, W. .1., Aubur , Ky^ 
Howard. .L S , .Auburn, Kv. 

HuHines, A. E A., . — — . 

Kemberlin, M. H., Morgaiitown, Kv. 
.McDavitt, N., Rocktield, Ky. 
McDonald, .1. A., Bowling (ireen, Ky. 



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Morion, J H., Stated Clerk, Russe'lville, Kv. 
Perkins, W. H., Kocktield, Ky. 
Perry, W. M , Bowliig Ureen", Ky. 
Price, J. L., Woodburv, Kv. 
Read, M. E , Quality Valley, Ky. 
Shannon T. J., RocUtield, Ky. 
Smith, M. M., Bowling Green, Ky. 
Witt, C. W., New Roe, Ky. 

Candidates : 
Castelow, V. B., Lewisbiirg, Ky. 
Foulks, F. M., Lewisburg, Ky. 
John.son, J. L., Russellvillc, Ky. 

51. LOUISIANA. 
IWinisters : 
Beard, L W., Arcadia, La. 
Boydstun, B. L., lied Wine, La. 
Clanipitt, F. A., Homer, La. 
Clam pi tt, Geo. N., Stated Clerk, Arcadia, La 
Deleuey, M., Vrania, La. 
Owen, W. D., Arcadia, La. 
Randall, T. G , Haynesville, La. 
Spurlock, J. F., Arcadia, La. 
Wilson, Joe J., Rustin, La. 

Licentiates: 
Howard, S. M., Ringgold, La. 
Vick, L. W., Red Wine, La. 

Candidates : 
Carmickeal, T., Prairie, La. 
Moore, Thomas, Arcadia, La. 

52. MACKINAW. 
Ministers : 
Bennett, John, Topeka, 111. 
Bishop, P. W., Towanda, 111. 
Chase, J. A., Lincoln, 111. 
Daiiley, W. S., U.l)., Lincoln, HI. 
Forbes, J. M , Buasoii, 111. 
Gold, J. D., Stated Clerk, Gib.son City, 111. 
Harris, C. U. I)., Bloomington, III. 
Harris, W. B., Mackinaw, 111. 
Hughey, J. II., Lincoln, 111. 
Keosvn, C. (j., Lincoln, 111. 
Lackey, J. F., Danvers, 111. 
Morphis, J. IL, Grand I'idge, 111. 
Prather, E. L., Stanford, 111. 
Vandeventer, 1)., Delavan, ill. 
White, J. G., Stanford, 111. 

Candidates : 
Clark, J. L., Lincoln, 111. 
Oglevee, W. (}., Lincoln, 111. 
Rayburu, E. B. , Lincoln, 111. 

53. MADISON. 
Ministers : 
Bell, T. C, Mifflin, Tenn. 
Black, H. W , Center Point, Tenn. 
Blankeuship, I). W., Sardis, Tenn. 
Crawford, W. 11., Saiil.sbury, Tenn. 
Cude, F. M., Bethel Springs, Tenn. 
Foster, E. C. , Adamsville, Tenn. 
Foster, L E., Adamsville, Tenn. 
Mcv'utclian, J. I'"., \\TiitcvilU', I'enn. 
Mc(iee. T. 11., Ilciidersdn, Tenn. 
Mcllalstead, W A., llender.soii, Tenn. 
Mc.Vlahon, W. S., Medina, Tenn. 
Moorman, R. A. A., Hickory Valley, Tenn. 
Mulder, T. L., Adamsville, Tenn. 
Norment, W. -M., Whitcville, 'lenn. 
Phillips, It S.,Jun(i, Tenn. 
Pirtle, H. .(., 1 oims, Teiiii. 
Smith, T. N., Sardis, Tenn. 
Steele, I. 1)., Slated Clerk, .lacksoti, Tenn. 
Stockard, A N , Ad:ims\ illc, Tenn. 
Webb, W. M., White I ern, Tenn. 
Williams, .1. ,1., Haiiier, 'lenn. 
Williams, W. J., Falcon, Tenn. 



Licentiates : 
Carmaa,J. G., Adamsville, Tenn. 
Cochran, C. L., Henders.m, Teim. 
Wilson, R. A. N., Adamsville, Tenn. 

Candidate : 
Matlock, C. N., White Fern, Tenn. 



54. MARSHALL. 

Ministers : 
A'.leu, W. B., Lougview, Texas. 
Allen, W. M., Marshall, Texas. 
Await, S., Longview, Te-xas. 
Bass, W. II., Plea.sant Hill, La. 
Bone. H. F., D.D., Marshall, Texas. 
Chadick, S. R., Stated (. lerk, (iilmer, Texas. 
Crawford, J. R. , Texarkana, Texas, 
i'obson, T. v., Hughes Springs, Texas. 
Glass, W. S., Iluglies Sj)rings, Texas. 
Goldberg, Chas., D D., Texarkana, Ark. 
Keasler, E. H., Atlanta, Texas. 
MeLemore, Y. L , Bright Star, Ark. 
Patton, J. S., Daiugerlield, Texas. 
Preston, W. B., Jetl'er.son, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Drake, A. R., Longview, Texas. 
Willis, A. P., Daingerficld, Texas. 



.55. JIAYFIELI). 
Ministers : 
Andrew, W. M., Wingo, Ky. 
Black, William, Lovelaceville, Kv. 
Bovd, R. W., Lowes, Kv. 
Edwards, J. E., Stated' Clerk, Water Valley, 

Ky. 
Fitzgerald, P. M., Mavtield, Ky. 
(ialbreath, J. IL, Mavtield, Ky. 
Hughes, J. M., Water Valley, Ky. 

Jones, M. D., , . 

Kennedy, C. G., Wingo, Ky. 
King, J. v., Wingo, Ky. 
Kirkpatrick, J. D., Sharp, Ky. 
Radford, S. M., Cold water, Ky. 
Rice, L. C, Massack, Kv. 
Rudolph, W. I)., Massack, Ky. 
Walston, W. A., Wadesboro. Kv. 
Ward, W. H., Lovelaceville, Ky. 
Wavnick, D. T., Paducah, Kv. 
Weiib, J. (i., Mayfield, Ky. 
Winslow, L. O., Wingo, Ky. 



.56. McGEE. 

Ministers : 
Baker, T. W., Stated Clerk, Moberly, Mo. 
Bouhain, N M.. New I'rankliii, Mo. 
Buchanan, A. M., .Moberly, Mo 
GaiscM-, J. M , Macon, Mo. 
Guthrie, A. W., Macon, Mo. 
Halliburton, .1. T. , .lacksonvillc. Mo. 
Havnes, Levi, Cairo, Mo. 
Mansfield, K. ('., Mexico, Mo. 
Maupin, R. S., Westville, Mo. 
Patlon, M. C, Kevtesville, Mo. 
Pollock, Frank, New Ulcomlield, Mo. 
Pool, T G , College .Mound, Mo. 
Routt, J. L , Mobeily, Mo. 
Williams, K. A., Salisbury, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Craven, J. R , Huntsville, Mo. 
Pattison, J. W., Sjilisbury, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Adams, IC. ,1., Moberly, Mo. 
Haynes, F. E., Cairo, Mo. 



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.-,7. .m,<;kkai>v. 
Miiilst. rs : 
Beaver, W. C, .Stated Clerk, Mt. Hope, Ala. 
Crulcher, G. AV., leiiler .star, Ala. 
Evans, O., l-Iorence, Alu. 
Ciarniuii, ,). W., Moultoii, Ala. 
Mcl'onuell, S P., .Siisar, Ala. 
Pickens, Koiue, Pleasant .Site, Ala. 

Licentiate : 
Fulks, J. T., Rodgersville, Ala. 

Candidate : 
Wason, S. Iv, Moiilton, Ala. 

oS. McLIN. 
iMiiiister.s : 
Depenbrock, B., Salem, 111. 
(Jaston, M. C, Stated Clerk, Vandalia, 111. 
Cicrard, W. N., Kinuiundy, 111. 
Green, G. W., Shobunier, III. 
Hathaway, .lolin F., Vernon, 111. 
liuni!)le,"U. iM., luka, 111. 
Hunt, <J. M., Flora, 111 
Irwin, A. .]., luka, HI. 
Morrison, M. A., Blueford, III. 
Eea, S. L., luka. 111. 
Sueed, W. .1., Enlield, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Fult<in, J. L., Farina, 111. 
(Serard, A. B , Sholjonier, 111. 
Henry, .1. 1)., Enlield, HI. 

r>9. MciMINNVILLE. 

Ministers : 
Alsup, A. II., Baird's Mill, Tenn 
Barbee, J. T., MeMinnville, Teun. 
Barkley, W. T., Lebanon. Tenn. 
Grafton, W. B., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Hblister, M. K., Baird's Mill, Tenn. 
Jackson, J. B., Lebanon, Tenn. 
KiuK, Ira W., Alexandria, Tenn. 
Lanbani, It. ,T., Commerce, Tenn. 
Lewis. \V. C, Sniitbville, Tenn. 
L(jii^hery, .1. X., La.scassas, Tenn. 
Lowrance, .1. E., Woodbury, Tenn. 
McAmis, T. B., Murtreesboro, Teun. 
McMurray, (J. W, Jordan's Valley, Tenn. 
Patton, .1. F., Statesville, Tenn. 
Reybor 1, C. H., Lebanon, Teun. 
Rice. T. B., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Ritchev, O. P., MeMinnville, Tenn. 
.Stainback, (J. T.. D.l)., MeMinnville, Tenn. 
Tatuni, A. C, Burt, Tenn 
Thompson, I. L., Smithville, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder H. H Norman, Stated Clerk, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

Licentiate : 
Zwingle, J. H., Ci'oss Roads, Tenn. 

Candidate : 
Sneed, K. L., Milton, Tenn. 

00. MEMPHIS. 
Ministers : 
Buntin, \V. It.. Memiibis, Tenn. 
I'laiiikin, K. B., Mason, Tenn. 
In;;e, Bicliaid. While Haven, Tenn. 
Jones, H A., Memphis, i'enn. 
I-atta, J. L., Ma-on, Tenn. 
Me(;aus;hey, J. F.. Arlington, Tenn. 
Rjunsev, H. B.. Memphis, Tenn. 
Hav. II. J., Cuba, Tenn. 
Smith, K I' , Dexter. Tenn. 
Zelner, M., Hickory Withe, Tenn. 
Huling Klder, .1. A. Murray, Stated Clerk, 
Cialloway, Tenn. 

Licentiate : 
Smith, C. IL, I^el>anon, Tenn. 



111. MIAMI. 
Ministers : 
Holtsinger, S. K., West Chester, Ohio. 
Menzies, James, Bradford, Ohio. 
Silvius, W. F., Covington, Ohio. 
Williams, C. M., Staled Clerk, Lebanon, Ohio. 

62. MIS.SI.SS1PPI. 
Ministers : 
.'Vshiuore, S. C, Edinburgh, Miss. 
Bailev, E., Hii^h Hill, Miss. 
Fox. N. J., .stated ( h rk. Louisville, Miss. 
Kelly, W. IL, Vorka, Mi.ss. 
McBryde, A. AL, Conehaita, Miss. 
Milling, .1. M., Dixon, Miss. 

Licentiates : 
(iraham, T. J., I>ama.seus, Miss. 

Henrv, A. A., , — . 

Milling, D. A., Dixon. Mi.ss. 
Milling, T. M , Lucern, Miss. 
Smith, K., Lauderdale, Miss. 
Willis, W. H., Dixou, Mi.ss. 

Candidates : 

Chenault, S. A , , Texas. 

Green — . — ., High Hill, Miss. 
Milling, W. II., Beech Springs, Miss. 
Watkins, A. I"., Carthage, Mi.ss. 

m. MORCJAN. 
Ministers : 
Cockrum, H. (,'., Bloomticld, Ind 
Dillon, W. A., W'asliington. Ind. 
Gill, N. F., Nashville, 'Jenu. 
Hadlock, J. B., Slated Clerk, Harrodsburgh, 

Ind 
Myers, I. H., Dale, Ind. 



Licentiates : 
Clark, N. W , Dale, Ind. 
Steen, H. W., EUettsville, Ind. 

Candidate : 
Medcalf, A. L., Dale, Ind. 



(>4. MOLNI) PRAIIilE. 

Ministers: 
Bagaarly,.!. E., Slated Clerk, Ben Lomond,. Vrk. 
Browning, I). W., Arkadelphia, Ark. 
Doolev. W. E., I-ockesburgh, .\rk. 
Fitzgerald, W. A., Dallas, Ark. 
Lagrone, (i. W., Mt. Holly, Ark. 
lA'wis. .S. T., Alpine, Ark. 
Sassamon, I>. J., Cove, Ark. 
.Sassamon, 1' A., I'llima Tluile, Ark. 
Shinii, .1. W., Loekesburgh, Ark. 
Sullivan, W T., Hope, Ark. 
Tally, C. H . Nashville, Ark. 
Thurman, W. T., Prescott, .Vrk. 
Wright, .\ustin. Peytonville, Ark. 
Young, R. T., Jordan Brook, Ark. 

Licentiates : 
Chauncy, A. W., Bishop. Ark. 
L psiomb, — . — ., Locke-burgh. Ark. 
Wright .1. B., Ixickesburgh. .\rk. 

Candidate : 
Sheets, T. .1., .\liiine, -Vrk. 



(i5. MFSICtN(;FM. 
Ministers : 
Bane, J. B., IVverlv, Ohio. 
Beard, 1!. J., Beverly, (Ihi... 
Oonnell, (i. .1 , Cuniberlaml. Ohio. 
I I-owrev, Wm. D., Stated Clerk, .Senecaville, 
I Oliio. 

Licentiate : 
I McVicker, H.(i., Billings, Ghio. 



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66. NEBRASKA. 
Ministers : 
Green, J. B., D.D., Nebraska Ci;y, Neb. 

Howard, J. B , , . 

Johnston, B J., Howe, Neb. 

Powell, R. F., Stated Clerk, Dunbar, Neb. 

Uptigrove, E. L., Brownville, Neb. 

67. NEO.SHO. 
Ministers : 
Beasiey, J. W., Sarcoxie, Mo. 
Cheek, P. W., Sarcoxie, Mo. 
Clark, J. F., Avilla, Mo. 
Dutt; W. H., Neosho, Mo. 
(Jarrett, W. J.. Neosho. Mo. 
Gracy, J. F., Neosho, Mo. 
Henry, J- .T., Purdy, Mo. 
Jennings, William, Sarcoxie, Mo. 
Johnson, A B., Ritchev, Mo. 
Miller, M. C, Stated Clerk, Pierce aty, Mo. 
Thomas, J. E , Brest, Mo. 
Woods, £). A., Neosho, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Dunham, ,1. J., Sarcoxie, JIo. 
Harbor, G. F., Avilla, Mo. 
McCracken, E. W^, Exeter, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Bruwn, T. S., Butterfield, Mo. 
Campbell, S.J , Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
De Haven, Irving, Sarcoxie, Mo. 
Hagan, S. A., Pierce City Mo. 
Yadou, John, Pierce City, Mo. 

68. NEW HOPE. 
Ministers : 
Black, J. D., Columbus, Miss. 
Childress, W. L., Tampico, Miss. 
Cody, R. A., Arlington, Teun. 
Ellis, J. A., Starkville, Miss. 
Gaston, C. A., Northport, Ala. 
George, G. R , Louisville, Miss. 
<jivens, S. J., Caledonii, Miss. 
Halbert, R. H., New Hope, Miss. 
Hawkins, W. F., Frazer, Ind. Ter. 
Henry, J. M., Webster, Mi.ss. 
Johnston, li. F., Meridian, Miss. 
Keeton, J. M., (iibson. Miss. 
King, E. D., BrooksviUe, Miss. 
Lawrence, B. F., Maysville, Ala. 
McLeod, I)., BrooksviUe, Miss. 
Moody, Eugene, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Morris, E. E., West Point, Miss. 
Ross, \V. C Macon, Mi.ss. 
Sanders, C. B., Scottsboro, Ala. 
Sanders, R. H., Starkville, Miss. 
Wood, T. B., Stated Clerk, Columbus, Miss. 

Licentiates : 
Dallon, J.J , Sturges, Miss. 
Hytche, J. T., Northjiort, Ala. 
McClellan, E. L. B., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Molloy, A. C, Caledonia, Miss. 
Younghancc, Ed., Steenston, Miss. 

Candidates : 
Hytche, A. L., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Lavender, J. M., Vernon, Ala. 

69. NEW LEBANON. 
Mini.iters : 
Crawford, I. d., Sedalia, Mo. 
Crockett, Robert, Nelson, Mo. 
Crockett, R R., Jacksonville, Texas. 
Guthrie, O., Marshall, .Mo 
Kennedy, H. D , Bunceton, Mo. 
I>ogan, James, (»ttcrville. Mo. 
Ixive, T. S., Marsliall, Mo. 
Margeson, B., Marshall, Mo. 



Martin, James, Marshall, Mo. 

McBride, C. W., Marsliall, Mo. 

McGlumphv, A. J., D.D., LL.D., Marshall, 

Mo. 
Moore, M. E , Green Ridge, Mo. 
Rea, P G., Marshall, Mo. 
Robertson, J. E. F., Clarksburgh, Mo. 
Sharp, J. E., Marshall, Mo. 
Stephens, A. H., Stated Clerk, Sedalia, Mo. 
Tipton, B. T., Russellville, Mo. 
Williams, J., Clarksburgh, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Crum, C. H., Clarksburgh, Mo. 
Hollowav, J. P.. Clarksburgh, Mo. 
Hood, J."T., Pilot Grove, Mo. 
Lampton, T. A., Marshall, Mo. 
Pelton, H. IL, Sedalia, Mo. 
Thompson, W. J., Pilot (irove. Mo. 
Zimmerman, Wm., Marshiill, Mo. 



70. NOLIN. 
Ministers : 
Bratcher, D. P., West Clifty, Ky. 
Crabtr^e, J. C, Garfield, Ky- 
Harned, J. D., Mihvood, Ky. 
Hoote, H. C, Hardin.sburg, Ky. 
Morris, G. E., Beuleyville, Ky. 
Richardson, Thurman, Cecilian, Ky. 
Scott S. D., Stephcnsburg Ky. 
St. Clair, G. W., Clifton .Mills, Ky. 
Sturgeon, James, Eveleigh, Ky. 
Ward, J. S., Caueyville, Ky. 
Wortham, W. E., West Clifty, Ky. 
Woosley, Mrs. L. M., Canevville, Ky. 
Ruling Eldc-r W. M. Kelly, Stated Clerk, 
Hardin Springs, Ky. 

Licentiates : 
Basham, W. A., Eveleigh, Ky. 
Bozarth, J. A., Caneyville, Ky. 
(,'umuiings, John, • aneyville, Ky. 
Duggin E. R., Hudson. Ky. 
Eans, J. W., Haroiu Springs, Ky. 
layman, R. L., Millwood, Ky. 
Priest, C. Rosetta, Kv. 
West, J. B., Buttalo, Ky. 

Candidates : 
Cavil, R. VV., Hudson, Ky. 
Haynes, J. B., Garfield, Ky. 
Sturgeon, Lewis A., Leitchfield, Ky. 



71. OBION. 
Ministers : 
Bralcy, S H., Newborn, Tenn. 
Buchanan, 'J'. S , Troy, Tenn. 
Calhoun, J. B , Troy, Tenn. 
Curry. J. H., McKeuzie. Tenn. 
Davis, A. P., tiadsden. Tenn. 
Davis, J. H., Friendship, Tenn. 
Dickey, H. L., Yorkville, Tenn. 
Diinlap, J. A., Ncwbern, Teun. 
Farris, E. D., Troy, Tenn.. 
Flowers, A. B., I>yer, Telin. 
Hendrix, E. W., Hornbeak. Tenn. 
Jones, J. H. W., Trenton, Tenn. 
Kerr, E. O., Kenton, Tenn. 
Leonard, W. G.. Ncwbern, Tenn. 
Liles, M., Union City, Tenn. 
McDowell, A. W., Union City, Tenn. 
Necdham, John, Trimble, Tenn. 
Owen, \V. P., Trenton, Tenn. 
Sheldrake, G. IL, Mayfield, Ky. 
Waker, J. M., Kenton, Tenn. 
Wellborn, C. B., Dyershurg, Tenn. 
Zaricor, W. M., Yorkville. Tenn. 
Ruling Elder J. W. Howell, Stated Clerk, UnioR 
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Licentiates : 
Bryson, J. N., Rives, Tenn. 
Pricliard, A. B., Lt'lmnon Tenn. 
Ross. J. C., Tipton villo, Tenn. 
.Smith, J. F., McKenzie, Tenn. 
Whitson, C. G., Lebuiion, Teun. 
2aricor, is. B., Yorkville, Tenn. 

Candidate.s : 
Blasingaiue, B. F., Freeniont, Tenn. 
Horner, J. .S., Dyer Tenn. 
Stoclcton, J. T., Newbern, Tenn. 
Vance, W A., Clayton, Jenn. 
"Wright, K. M., I>ebanon, 'J'enn 

72. OHIO. 
Ministers : 
Bowers, E. T., D.D., Owen.sboro, Ky. 
Browning, W. II., Beech (Jrove, Ky. 
Dadisman, A. F., Knottsville, Ky. 
Newton, Frank. Beulah, Ky. 
Ritchey, S. J., (iatewood, Ky. 
.Smith, Willis, Stated Clerk, Owonsboro, Ky. 
Van Horn, .1 M. Coiigleton, Ky. 
Winkler, W. S., Uaynesville, Ky. 

73. OREGON. 
Ministers : 
Boyles, I. M., Wilhoit, Oregon. 
Brown, C. I., Marv's River, Oregon. 
Bryant, A. M., The Dalles, Oregon. 
Crawford, W. C, Corvallis. OreK"n. 
Kirkpatrick, .1 K., I.*-banou, OreKou. 
Moody, B. F., Ilillsboro, Orej;on. 
New, N. L., Stated Clerk, Scio, Oregon. 
Parker, F. W., Woodburn, Oregon. 
Small, T. H., Silverton, Oregon. 

74. OUACHITA. 
Ministers : 
Oaklev, J. C, Mt. Hollv, Ark. 
Pharr' E. W. Liberty, Ark. 
Reeves, G. W., Rosston, Ark. 
Smith, L. A., .Spottsville, Ark. 
AVilkinson, .1. .1., Waldo, Ark. 
Ruling Elder J. J. M.H.dv, Stated Clerk, Mt. 
Holly, Ark. 

Licentiate: 
Epperson, M. B., Liberty, Ark. 

Candidate : 
Lagrune, W. E., Waldo, Ark. 

7.5. OXFORD. 
Ministers: 
Baker, T J., Stated Clerk, Oakland, Miss. 
Harrison, G. R , Bate.sville, Miss. 
Hearon, U. .1 , Noshit, .Mi.ss. 
Meek, .1. .1., Sanlis, Miss. 
Mitchell, B. G., Oxford, Miss. 
Robin.sou, .1. G,, I'loa.sant Hill, Miss. 
Thomas, 14. S., D.D., < ofleeville, Miss. 
White, .1. H., Byhalia, Mi.ss. 

Candidates : 
Holcomb, F. M., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Tipton, .lulius R., Nesbit, Miss. 

76. OZARK. 

Ministers : 
Baker, E. E., Deerfield, Mo. 
Barnett, .1. H., Cane Hill, Mo. 
Bell, .lohn, Chesapeake, Mo. 
Clark, J. M., Milford, Mo. 
Fisk, K. M., Fort cott, Kansas. 
Hillhouse, C. C, Mariouville, .\lo. 

Hudson, M. 1)., , . 

Jett'ers, ti. T., Brest, .Mo. 

ones, J. T., Golden Citv, Mo. 



List, A. N., Greenfield, Mo. 

I..owe, M., Aurora, Mo. 

McMahan, C. (i. L., Weaubleau, Mo. 

Montgomery, .1. I) , Pittsburgh, Kansas. 

Piukston, li., Verona, Mo. 

Ru.ssell, W. R., Dadeville, Mo. 

Shaw, W. E., Greeulield, Mo. 

Stephen.s, W. H., Golden Citv, Mo. 

Thomp.son, E. E., (loldeu City, Mo. 

Witherspoon, F. P., .Stated Clerk, Mt. Vernon, 

Mo. 
Woods, D. N., Mt. Vernon, Mo. 

Licentiates: 

Brown, John, , . 

Collins, 1). A., Greenfield, Mo. 
Daughtry, .1. F., . . 

Candidates : 
Allen, E. N., I.«banon, Tenn. 

Brown, .lamps, , . 

Claypool, .]. E., Walnut Grove, Mo. 
Claypool, .1. M., Walnut Grove, Mo. 
Coliey, .TauieH, Mt. Veruou, Mo. 

77. PARSONS. 
Ministers : 
Brannon, .1. W.. Weatlierford, Texas. 
Butler, E. V , ISelknap, Texas. 
Eaton, C. M., .lackslioro, Texas. 
Green, W. E., Veal's Station, Texas. 
McClellaii, A. L., Stated Clerk, Willow Point, 

Texas. 
McCtitchen, .1. N., Fremont, Texas. 
Rushing, G. W., Veal's Station, Texas, 
Russell, Matt., Veal's Station, Texas. 
Spann, G. C, Weatherford, Texas. 
Templeton, VV. G., Weatlierford, Texas. 

Licentiates: 
Bullington, W, I., Fremont, Texas. 
Erwiii, W. A., Veal's Station, Texas. 
Hollingsworth, -, , . 

Candidates : 

Hamilton, C . , . 

Tucker, .1. W. B., Veal's .Station, Texas. 

7S. PENNSYLVANIA. 
Ministers : 
Adams, .Je.sse, Wavnesburg, Pa 
Axtell, I'hillip, D.'l)., Pitt.Nburgh, Pa. 
Baird, .1. Power, Rice's Landing, Pa. 
Cary. I. N., Glover's (Jap, W. Va, 
Cooper, I). A., Bentleyville, Pa. 
Fisher, W. ,1., Van Buren, Pii. 
(iarviu, .1. E., Old Concord, Pa. 
Ciordon, M. L., DD., Kioto, .lapan. 
I Hail, .1. B., O.saka, Japan. 
Hunter, Allison, West I'niou, Pa. 
Koehnc, J. B., Pittsliurgh, l^a. 
McKav, J. W., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Miller, A. B., D.D., LL.l)., Waynesburg, Pa. 
Patton, H. D., \\ ilkesbarre. Pa. 
Squier, E. K., D.D., Kansas City, Mo. 
Stewart, S. T., Streator, 111. 
Swain, A. J., Wind Hidge, Pa. 
Wall, (i. N., .Salem, 111. 
White, A. W., W avnesburg, Pa. 
Ruling i;ider .rohii M. Dunn, Stated Clerk, 
Dunn's Station, I'a. 

Licentiates: 
Campbell, E. S., Waynesburg, Pa. 
Montgomery, 8. T., \Vaynesburg, Pa. 

Candidates : 
Keih., H. L., Bentleyville, Pa. 
Keller, John W., Dunn's .""tation, Pa. 
I>eyda, (ieorge M., Bentleyville, Pa. 
Meredith, John R., Prosperity, Pa. 
Osbourn, J. S., Waynesburg, I'a. 
Teagarden, H. G., Waynesburg, Pa. 



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7'J. PJ.ATTE. 
Ministers : 
Allen, O. D., Barry, Mo. 
Caster, James, Albany, Mo. 
Fronian, James, Barry, Mo. 
Hawley, O. W., Richmond, Mo. 
Hughes, Martin, St. Joseph, Mo. 
Munkers, L., Ke:irney, Mo. 
Murray, S. H., Agency, Mo. 
Norma'u, J. 11., St. Joseph, Mo. 
Patton, Daniel, Richmond, Mo. 
Pearson, Alonzo. St. Joseph, Mo. 
Periy, W. O. H., Stated C lerk, Stewart-sville, 

Mo. 
Powers, C. 15., St. Joseph, Mo. 
Prall, F. G., Tarkin, Mo. 
Richard, II. M., EUenorah, Mo. 
Sliger, J. M., Phelps, Mo. 
Tharp, J. H., King City, ilo. 

Licentiates : 
Franklin, John R., Gentryville, Mo. 
James. John K., St. Joseph, Mo. 
Mullendore, Ueorge !)., Dearborn, Mo. 
Perry, W. F., Stewartsvilie, Mo. 
Wayman, John S., Lone Star, Mo. 

Candidate : 
Divinia, S. T., St. Jo.seph, Mo. 



80. PRINCKTON. 
Ministers : 

Chappell, M. E., Fredonia, Ky. 
Crowell, Wm. B., Traduwater, Ky. 
Garrett, ,!. B., Uycuslnirg, Ky. 
Kinsolving, \V. A., imlaney. Ivy. 
Lowey, J. B., Carrsville, Ivy. 
Price, Jas. F., Stated Clerk, Marion, Ky. 
Travis, W. C. ^L, Weston, Ky. 
Watson, B. T., Princeton, Ky. 

Licentiates: 
McMican, B. F.. Marion, Ky. 
■Woodriitl', (r. L., Princeton, Ky. 

Candidates: 
Boisture, 1). F., Marion, Ky. 
Davis, G. S., Marion, Ky. 
Jacobs, \V. A., Marion, ivy. 
Janie.s(in, M. A., L hi, Ky. 
\V hitiner, N. A., Aurora Springs, Mo. 
Wigginton, T. A., Fredonia, Ky. 

81. RED OAK. 
Ministers : 

Berry, C. \V., .Joshua, Texas. 

Bunch, W. M., Ovilla, Texas. 

Ckillier, John, DaUas, Texas. 

Collier, L. I'., Teluiacana, Texas. 

Criidle, '1'. B., Waxahachie, Texas. 

Elder, A. II., Midlotliian, Texa.s. 

Elliott, J. J-., (icorge's Creek, iexas 

Givens, Newton, Stated t lerk, Waxahachie, 

I ex as. 
Hayter, A. S., Dallas, Texas. 
Kennon, S. E., Italy, Texas. 
Lewis, R. W., Waxiihacliie, Texas. 
Martin, J. M., Manslicld, Texas. 
McElree, H. L., .\lvarado, Texas. 
MoUoy, D. G , Alvarado, 'Iexas. 
Piercy, William, (iranbury, Texas. 
Rushing, W. C, Cleburne, Texas. 
Tinnoii, R. M., D. I>., lori Worth, Texas. 
While, R. M., Ovilla, Texas. 
Wi liamson, W. A., Iveiinedale, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Dearborn, G. C, Red Oak, Texas. 
Hill, I). W., Telinacaiia, Texas. 
Kilbourrie, ('., Tchiiacaiia, 'Iexas. 
Stillwell, .(. W., Fort Worth, Texas. 



I Candidates : 

Andrews, T. B., llandley, Texas. 
I Calvert, C. D., Chaiiiber.s' Creek, Texas. 

Male liu, VV'ni., Waxahachie, texas. 

Mci. ullough, .1. L., Funis, 'Iexas. 

i'ark. Sterling, Italy, Texas. 

Williams, R. M., Arlington, Texas. 

82. RED RIVER. 
Ministers : 
j Day, J. H., Fulbright, Texas. 
j Fuller, Ben., iJeport, Texas. 
i llamm, T. .1., Deport, Texas. 
i Hendiick, W. R., Bagwells, Texas. 

Lawler, F. E., Clarksville, Texas. 
I Manton, Chas., Stated t.lerk, Paris, Texas. 
[ McCluney, P., Deport, Texas. 
I McKnight, J. il., Eml)eison, Texas. 
i Rogers, , Bogota, Texas. 

Simpson, G. M., Paris, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Awbrey, Ed. J., Bagwells, Texa.s. 
Collins, J. Y., Paris, Texas. 
Fuller, James, Deport, 'Iexas. 

83. REPUBLICAN VALLEY. 
Ministers: 
Hawks, G. H., Cuba, Kansas. 
Hunt, S. M., .Stated t lerk, Belleville, Kansas. 
McCall, S., l^elleviile, Kansas. 
Mclvelvy, John, Milton \ ale, Kansas. 
Short, A., Hubbell, Neb. 
.Stephenson, J. S., Hubbell, Neb. 

Candidate : 
Rayniou, I'rank L., Cartlan, Kansas. 

81. RICHLAND. 
Ministers: 
Alexander, J. R., Martin's Mills, Tenn. 
Ashford, .1. M., A.-pen Hill, 'Jeiin. 
Brown, C. M., Isom s .'-tore, Tenn. 
Cosby, S. G., Vale .Mills, Tenn. 
Crai:;, I. N., Sumnieriown, 'I'eiin. 
Dixon, T. Jeff., St: ted Clerk, Sp iug Hill, Teni 
liortch, I). K., Columbia, 'leiia. 
Gabiud, M. E., Bii-byville, Tenn. 
• iillespie, A. M., .>avannah, Tenn. 
Gr:iy, 11. A., Andrews, Tenu. 
Holmes, S. H., Vernon, 'I enn. 
Howard, J. W., liruce, Tenn. 
Lindsey, W. "i'., Wbitlield,*'"enn. 
McKelvey, .Tohn, Cullcoka, I'enn. 
McKelvey, W. li., .Vppleton, 'lenn. 
McMackin, S. A., W'avland Springs, Tenn. 
Mitchell, G. W., D.D.", V. ales, lenn. 
Neelley, W. >L, Lawrenccburg, 'jenn. 
Nixon, W. T., Lawrenci-burg, Tenn. 
Orr, H. J., Stella, Tenn. 
Paislev, .1. M., t ami)bi'llsville, Tenn. 
Ratlin'; \V. C, .Mt. 1-li-asant, Tenn. 
Ricketts, R. 1)., Mt. P:e isaiit, Tenn. 
Stockard, G. C., Olive ilill, 'I'enn. 
Walker, J. F., Savannah, Tenn. 
Walker, H. S., Clifton, Tenn. 
Weaver, J. S., Columbia, 'i'enn. 
Wbilaker, . J., Santa Fe, Teui>. 
White, .1. T., Savannah, lenn. 
Yokley, 1. N., Clil't<m, Tciiii. 

Licentiates: 
Ausban, W. A.. Lebanon, Tenn. 
Bell, .(. W. T., Vol.ey, Tenn. 
Caiiii>bell, R. N., Lei anon, Tenn. 
Polk, S. II., I.awrenceburg, Tenn. 
Stephens, John, Glenn's Store, Tenn. 
Weeden, W. 11. , Spring Hill, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
-Met lain, W. A., Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 
Mitehell, S. F., Ijiibanon, Tenu. 



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85. KdHKirr noNNKLL. 

Ministers: 
Beaiid, W. <;., Hazel (irccn, Ala. 
Brown, S. W., Maxwell, Tenii. 
Brown, AV. K., Sulphur Sjirinf.', Ala. 
Burdinc, J. J., Hniwuslidio, Ala. 
Chance, Jaiues, Bass Station, .Ma. 
Drake, T. B., Iladens, Ala. 
Hunter, S. B., (iuTitersvillc. Ala. 
Lovett, J. A. k, Huntsvillc, Ala. 
McKenzic, VV. K., Pettoy, Ala. 
Morris, J. R., Larkinsvillo, Ala. 
Power, J. J., Center Hill, Ala. 
Shook, R. ])., Scottshorip, Ala. 
Stoekton, E. .1., Park's Store, Ala. 
Stone, H. M., Mavsville, Ala. 
Sullivan, W. F., Berkley, Ala. 
Sullivan, O. L., Berkley, Ala. 
Summers, S. W., >[ont Eagle, Teun. 
Taliaferro, C. P., Athens, Ala. 
Thompson, W. W., Princeton, Ala. 
Walker, W. J., Plevna, Ala. 
Willis, A. R., Bass Station, Ala. 

Licentiates: 
Kennenier, W. A., Woodville, Ala. 
Long, Jere, (Juntersville, Ala. 
Moore, J. (i., Hadens, Ala. 

Candidates : 
Bridges, Wm., Piinceton, Ala. 
Cass,.!. A. L., Fabius, Ala. 
Summers, J. Q., Mont Eagle, Tenn. 
Whitehead, Wm. G., Albertville, Ala. 

86. ROCKY MOUNTAIN. 

Ministers : 
Barnelt, .1. H., Sterling, Col. 
Berry, I. N., Rye, Col. 
Clagelt, T. J., Canon City, Col. 
Lange, J. (J., Sterling, Col. 
Moore, B. F., Canon City^ Col. 
Rice, P. A., (irand Junction, Col. 
Self, 1. B., Stated Clerk, Denver, Col. 
Warner, W. .!., Aspen, Col. 

H7. RUSHVILLE. 
Ministers : 
Adams, .1. H., Doniphan, iMo. 
Crawford, .1. L., Table tirove, 111. 
Hague, Isaac, Galesburg, 111. 
Johnson, F. M., Biggsville, 111. 
King, C. A., Colchester, 111. 
Lawyer, F. P., Aguascalientes, Mexico. 
McKaiuy, VV. (!., Macomb, HI. 
Norris, R. W., 0)lchester, III. 
Roach, .1. E., Macomb, 111. 
Ruling Elder H. A. Allison, Stated Clerk, 
(food lloi)e, 111. 

Candidate : 
Collins, C. M., Table (irove. 111. 

88. SACRA.MENTO. 

.Ministers: 
Baldridge, A. W., Farmington, Cal. 
Cowan, T. A., Stoekton, Cal. 
Dooley, L. , Ripon, Cal. 
Ingram, H. P., Plainsburg, Cal. 
l.angsion, C. A., Newman, Cal. 
Latta, E. ('., Newman, Cal. 
Lewis, .1. 1)., Merced, Cal. 
Patterson, S. S., Stated ('lerk, Borden, Cal. 

Licentiate : 
Underwood, W. S., Madera, Cal. 

Candidates : 
Maeou, W. S., lA'banou, Tenn. 
Skaggs, (ieorge E., Ix'banon, Tenn. 



.S9. SALE.M. 
Ministers : 
Campbell, .1. P., (Jreenticld, Mo. 
Dobbs, (i. W., Keysville, Mo. 
Hawkins, W. D., ."Stated Clerk, Salem, Mo. 
.Tohnsou. A., f'lil'ty Dale, Mo. 
.Johnson, S. M., Dry Branch, Mo. 
McPherson, S. A., .Sullivan, Mo 
O'Kelly, W. IL, Steelville, Mo. 
Rodgers, W. T., Ix-banon, Tenn. 
Stevens, .1. A., Salem, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Bacon, .1. T., Marshall, Mo. 
Carr, A. T., Marshall, Mo. 
Evrard, I. N., Argo, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Hanby, J. M., Argo, Mo. 
McCaslin, Hiram, Oak Hill, Mo. 
MeCaslin, Lewis, Oak Hill, Mo. 
McCaslin, Robert, Oak Hill, Mo. 
Taylor, N. F., Oak Hill, Mo. 

90. SALT RIVER. 
Ministers: 
Boyd, H. M., Bowling fireen. Mo. 
Decherd, S. C, Frankford, Mo. 
Elmore, R. O.. Bowling (Jreen, Mo. 
Fry, Robert II., Lincoln, 111. 
.lerrold, E. M., Clarksville, Mo. 
.Tones, W. H., Farber, Mo. 
McOee, H. D., Speneerburgh, Mo. 
Oakes, (i. M. C., New Florence, Mo. 
Padgett, T. IL, Bo«ling (Jreen, Mo. 
Patton, J. R., Louisiana, Mo. 
Pear.son, E. D., D.D., Stated Clerk, Louisiana, 

Mo. 
Pharr, E. P., Currvville, Mo. 
Pil)er, .T. IL, Ashley, Mo. 
Roley, W. T.,01ney, Mo. 

Licentiate : 
Reed, William P., Louisiana, Mo. 

!tl. san(;amon. 

Ministers : 
Baits, W. S., New Holland. III. 
Bell, W. C, Lincoln, 111. 
Belt, .1. II. , Fielden, 111. 
Blair, .1. E., (J«rard, 111. 
Davis, A. C, Roodhouse, 111. 
Elder, .1. W., Stated Clerk, Virginia, 111. 
Hud.son, a. (L, Wakayama, .lapan. 
.lolinston, .1. M., Petersburgh, 111. 
May, .T. T, Auburn, 111. 
Mcllenrv, R. H., Middletown, 111. 
McPherron, .1. M., Virden, 111. 
Milholland, .1. IL, Cbandlerville, HI. 
Miller, R. !>., Petersburgh, 111. 
Momyer, .1. ('., Petersburgh, HI. 
Potter, Thonuui, .lersevville, 111. 
Reynolds, (f. W., Bcrdan, 111. 
Rodgers, .1. F., (freenview. 111. 
Shclton, .1. N., Petersburgh, 111. 
Smith, R. M., El.sa, 111. 
Turner, William, Lincoln, 111. 
Watson, C. (L, Springfield, 111. 
White, James, (Jreenview, 111. 
Worth, Edward, Athens, 111. 

Licentiate : 
Derr, J. W., Loyd, 111. 

Candidate : 
Rosebrough, B. A., New Holland, 111. 

iU. SAN JACINTO. 
Ministers : 
Barnett, J. P., Nava-sota, Texas. 
Freeniaii, J. -V., Bryan. I'exas. 
(.tiiston, T. A., Patterson, Texas. 
Mitchell, J. H., Bryan, Texas. 



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Rogan, F. A., Prairie Plains, Texas. 
Tarpley, B., Midway, Texas. 
Ruling Elder Henry Biug, Stated Cleik, 
Monaville, Texa.s. 

Candidate : 
Wallen, , Cook's Point, Texas. 

m. SAN SABA. 
Ministers : 
Blanton, Z. T., Comanche, Texas. 
Dysart, E. D., Ballinger, Texas. 
Gilliam, F. M., Brownwood, Texas. 
Hodge, R. A., Sherwood, Texas. 
Ish, T. A., Zephyr, Texas. 
Kelly, R. B., Herraosa, New Mexico. 
Lewis, S. M., San Saba, Texas. 
Robinson, J. A., Stated Clerk, (iuion, Texas. 
Turnev, J. M., Zephyr, Texas. 
White, W. H., Sherwood, Texas. 
Wright, .T. B., Waldrip, Texas. 

Licentiate : 
Ledbetter, W. H., San Saba, Texas. 

94. SEARCY. 
Ministers : 

Barlow, A. N., Heber, Ark. 

Buchanan, S. H., D.D., Little Rock, Ark. 

Carson, Lee, Little Rock, Ark. 

Feemster, S. K., Conway, Ark. 

Forbes, .1. C, Austin, Ark. 

Laforce, G. W., Enders, Ark. 

Leach, F., Benton, Ark. 

Lemmon, R. J. P., Benton, Ark. 

Martin, .1. E., Austin, Ark. 

Myatt, E., Mt. Vernon, Ark. 

Param, T. T., Beebe, Ark. 

Pemberton, J. A., Beebe, Ark. 

Robison, W. M., Little Rock, Ark. 

Russell, J. P., Cabot, Ark. 

Smith, J. M., Stated Clerk, Mt. Pisgah, Ark. 

Smith, J. W., Enders, Ark. 

Tedford, W. W., Hickorv Plains, Ark. 

Webb, J. H., Clinton, Ark. 

Wylie, F. M., Beebe, Ark. 

Licentiates : 
McPherson, E. R., Eva, Ark. 
Tucker, Samuel, Pinnacle Springs, Ark. 

Candidates : 
Abbott, E. H., Hickory Plains, Ark. 
Milligan, E. A., Clinton, Ark. 
Monk, M. .T., Lonoke, Ark. 
Orr, W. 1)., Avilla, Ark. 

95. SPARTA. 
Ministers : 

Apple, M., Granville, Tenn. 
Cantrell, W. C, Quarles, Tenn. 
Carloi-k, C. K., Granville, Tenn. 
Carr, W. H., .lereniiah, Tenn. 
Chileut, M. R., Flynu's Lick, Tenn. 
Copeland, Ilarvv, Livingston, Tenn. 
Copcland, .T. w". Nettle Carrier, Tenn. 
Davis, Stephen, Nettle Carrier, Tenn. 
Dingcs, \V. !>., Baker's Cro.ss Roads, Tenn. 
Goodpasture, .1. R., Livingston, Teun. 
Hams, .S. C, (iranville, Tenn. 
Harris, \V. P., (Jainesboro, Tenn. 
Kittrell, T. W., Pleasant Shade, Tenn. 
Lee, T. A., Baker's Cro.ss Roads, Tenn. 
McConnell, M. \V., Ha ker's Cross Roads, Tenn. 
Morgan, .V. H., Marengo, Tenn. 
Myers, .L B., Sparta, Tenn. 
Phillii-s, .S. K., Selby, Tenn. 
Quarles, T. C, Whitleyville, Tenn. 
Smith, T. G., (iainesboro, Tenn. 
Smith, W. P., Doyle, Tenn. 
Swearingiu, M. VV., Marengo, Tenn. 
Williams, F. A., Sparta, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder M. M. Owen, Stated Clerk, (iuiz, 
Tenn. 



Licentiates: 
McDonnell, H. L., Granville, Tenn. 
McDonnell, J. P., Granville, Tenn. 
Oaks, S. B., .Tohuson's Store, Teun. 
Seals, Monroe, Doyle, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Apple, Wm., Granville, Tenn. 
Berry, T. N., Marengo, Tenn. 
Brown, R. H., New;irk, Tenn. 
Cardwell, S. S., Granville, Tenn. 
Carr, Isaac, Livingston, Teun. 
Morgan, A. C, Marengo. Tenn. 
Talent, I. C, Doyle, 'I'enn. 

96. SPRINGFIELD. 
Ministers : 
Albright, W. F., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Allen, C. J., Dunnigan Springs, Mo. 
Atkins, J. R., Greenfield, Mo. 
Barr, ,1. N., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Davenport, G., Willard, Mo. 
Davis, Joseph, Henderson, Mo. 
Davis, J. F., Hartsville, Mo. 
Denbv, W. M., Dunnigan Springs, Mo. 
Fly, .1. B., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Kenny, W. M., .Johnstown, Mo. 
Kistner, J. B., Norwood, Mo. 
Laughlin, J. W., Stated t^lerk, Springfield, Mo. 
Moore, A. B., Springfield, Mo. 
Park, James A., Garrison, Mo. 
Plummer, G. W., Sparta, Mo. 
Ru.ssell, J. A., Hartsville, Mo. 
Sharp, E. C, Plea.sant Hope, Mo. 
Shall, S. R., Greenfield, Mo. 
Springer, J. D., Robin.sou's Mills, Mo. 
Toney, Thos., Greenfield, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Fipps, J. F., Robinson's Mills, Mo. 
Gardner, H. M., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
McHicks, W., Pleasant Hope Mo. 
Prater, M. A., March, Mo. 
Ritchey, J. I)., DeSoto. Mo. 
Scroggs, G. R., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Crocker, Edward, Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Delzell, J. M., Henderson, Mo. 
Johnson, J. L., Lebanon, Mo. 
Moore, W. M., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Torbitt, T. U., Junction Citv, Mo. 



97. SPRINtJVILLE. 
Ministers : 
Acton, Emerson, Mt. Pinsou, Ala. 
Armstrong, F. M., Chepultei)ec, Ala. 
Arnett, J. C, Mt. Pins(m, Ala. 
Bledsoe, B. F., Liberty, Ala. 
Bridges, N. T., Warrior Station, Ala. 
Deaver, T. H., Little Warrior, Ala. 
Denson, W. C, Austin, 'I'cxas. 
Lincoln, C. H., Birmingham, Ala. 
.McCluney, Thos., Springville, .Ma 
Nations, T. H., Bloiiutsville, Ala. 
Oldham, J. F., Francis, Ala. 
Porter, Jas .S., Stated Clerk, .'Springville, Ala. 
Sadler, A. .M., Huffman, Ala. 
Smith, J. C, Argci, Ala. 
St. John, W. P., niounlsville, .Via. 
Tyler, K. J., Hirmin^liiim, .Via. 
Willoughbv, J. II,, .\rkiiilclphia, Ala. 
Wilson, A. B., Branchville, Ala. 

Licentiates: 
Bromley, J. A. L., Ayrcs, Ala. 
(,'urrier, I. N., AUula', Ala. 
Eidson, W. r., Bailevton, Ala. 
(ilenn. ,1. F., Hanceville, Ala. 
Kobi.son, M. W., Leeds, Ala. 
Sexton, W. Asa, Blountsville, Ala. 



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Candidates: 
BriRht, .1. C, Bailevton, Ala. 
Bright, .r. N., Hanteville, Ala. 
Gilliam, J. F., CuUiuan, Ala. 
Vaughn, K., Gurlev's Creek, Ala. 
Williams, S. B., Mt. Pinson, Ala. 

98. ST. LOUIS. 
Ministers : 
Bell, C. H., DA)., .St. I»uis, Mo. 
Black, W. H., D.U.. Marshall, Mo. 
Brown, ,T. R., D.D., .Stated Clerk,. St. Ix)uis, Mo. 
Lack, F., St. Louis, Mo. 
Satterwhite, J. D., Bonne Terre, Mo. 
Stephens, J. V., St. Louis, Mo. 

99. talladp:ga. 

Ministers : 
Burns, W. M., Cave Springy, (Ja. 
<'hastain, B. F., Weoka, Ala. 
Cobb, W. P., (Jaylesville, Ala. 
Hagler, C. S., Howelton, .\la. 
Hagler, 1. W., Gadsden, Ala. 
Hunter, John D.. O.vaiina, Ala. 
I.«wis, L. D., Fort Payne, Ala. 
Milligan, M. G., Choecolocco, .Via. 
Rus.sell, G. B., Fort Pavne, Ala. 
Ru.ssell, S. L., D.IX, Stated Clerk, Gavle-sville, 

Ala. 
Smith, James P., Gadsden, Ala. 
Talley, J. C, Gadsden, Ala. 
Witherspoon, W. B., Anniston, Ala. 

Licentiates; 
Allison, C. H., Alpine, Ala. 
Sims, A. M., Key.sburg, Ala. 

Candidates : 
Hodge, W. T., Kellyton, Ala. 
Sansom. Thomas R., Eulaton, Ala. 

100. TEHUACANA. 
Ministers : 

Bachman, George O., Tehuacana, Te.xas. 
Bodenhamer, D. S., Stated Clerk, Tehuacana. 

Texa.s. 
Dickens. J. L., Weatherford, Texas. 
Gillespie, W. P., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Groves, J. S. , >[exia, Texa.s. 
John.son, L. A., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Jones, E. R., Kcsse, Tcxa.s. 
Paisley, A. W., Mills, Texa.s. 
Pearson J. W., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Sanders, R. E., Tehuacana, Texas. 

Licentiate: 
Morrfs, W. C, (iroesbeck, Texas. 1 

Candidates : 1 

Anderson, J. H., Tehuacana, Texas. 1 

Clifton, M. C, Tehuacana, Texas. 
Davis. A. A., Tehuacana, Texas. [ 

Preston, T. J., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Stephens, .1. \V., Tehuacana, Tcxa.s. 
Waggoner, J. S., Tehuacana, Texas. 

101. TENNESSEE. (1889.) ' | 

Ministers : | 

Ashburn, T., Fayetteville, Tenn. 
Beaird, W. G., Hazel (ireen, Ala. | 

Farr, W. B., D.D., Athens, Ala. 
Gabard, -M. K., Stated Clerk, Scottsboro, .\la. I 
King, F. '/,., Mulberry, Tenn. 
Ivovctt, J. .V. H., Hunl.sville, .\la. ' 

McCroskcy, E. J., Fayetteville, Tenn. [ 

Moore, A. N., Favetteville, Tenn. 
Power, .1. J., Center Hill, Ala. I 

Reed, R. T., Hunllaiid. Tenn. 
Sanders, C. ('., Molino, Tenn. 
Smith, H. H., Hunts >ille, Ala. I 

Stone. H. M., Maysvillc, Ala. I 

Stone, J. W., Winchester, Tenn. ' 



Tigert, J. B., Howell, Tenn. 
Tucker, D., Fayetteville, Tenn. 
Walker, W. J., Plevna, Ala. 
Watterson, W. B., Winchester, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Copeland, Berry, Lynchburg, Tenn. 
Copeland, F. M., Lynchburg, Tenn. 
Lenr, J. P., Newmarket, Ala. 

102. TEXAS. 
Ministers: 
Bralv, J. G., Minden, Texas. 
Hill,' I. W., Stated Clerk, Tennaha, Texas. 
Norvell, J. S., Dougla.ss, Texas. 
Overall, I. W., Dougla.ss, Texas. 
Richardson, I. O'B., Center, Texas. 
Self, G. W. C, Douglass, Texas. 

Thornton, T. T.. , . 

Tipps, L. E., Henderson, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Clinton, Sidney, Pine Hill, Texas. 
Hays, J. F., Minden, Texas. 
Hodges, B. A., Minden, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Chadwick, W. C, Mt. Enterprise, Texas 
Green, D. M., Tennaha, Texas. 
Neel, Walter S., Tennaha, Texas. 

103. TRINITY. 
Ministers : 
Crawford, D. S., Larissa, Texas. 
Davis, N. A., Jacksonville, Texas. 
Farris, .1. P., Grapeland, Texas. 
Holconib, L. H., Troupe, Texas. 
Martin, I. .M., Rusk, Texas. 
Richards, J. L., Troupe, Texas. 
Ruling Elder R. D. Bone, Stated Clerk, Mt. 
Selmau, Texas. 

(.'andidate : 
Harris, G. F., Mixon, Texas. 

104. TULARE. 
Ministers: 
Anderson, S. T., D.D., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Austin, B I)., , . 

Bond, L. R., Stated Clerk, Lemore, Cal. 
Browning, W. J., Downey City, Cal. 
Comptou, W., Fowler, Cal. 
Cunningham, W. X., Visalia, Cal. 
Dooley, O. D., (ilcnnville, Cal. 
Gaither, I. A., Selma, Cal. 
Gilliam, S. T., Porterville, Cal. 
Jopling, J. T., Porterville, Cal. 
Longbottom, .1. \., .Selnia, Cal. 
Mctlurkaii, J. ()., .Selma, Cal. 
Mothcral, N. W., Hanford, Cal. 
Pascoe, H., Visalia, Cal. 
Peudergra-ss, T. W., Visalia, Cal. 
Skaggs, J. A., Visalia, Cal. 
Yager, C, Sclnia, Cal. 

10.1. UNION. 

Ministers : 
Bailey, E. E., Khedive, Pa. 
Bird, H. ('., Unionlown, Pa. 
Elliott, A. B., Vanderbilt, Pa. 
Henderson, J. T. A., Sedalia, Mo. 
Johnson, J. T., Ohio Pyle, Pa. 
Keener, .1. .S., Ma.sontown, Pa. 
Montgomerv, G. W., McKees|K>rt, Pa. 
Neel, J. T., "stated Clerk, .Merritt.stown, Pa. 
Patlon, .1. tf., Brownsville, Pa. 
Van Horn, (r. \\'., Osaka, Japan. 

Licentiates-: 
Bycrs, R. C, Grove City, Pa. 
Hamilton, Jas., .Vllegheny City, Pa. 

Candidates : 
Hiller. .1. .M Mill.slwro. Pa. 
Luellen, L. W., Masontown, Pa. 



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106. VANDALIA. 
Ministers : 
Baker, W. P., Hillsboro, 111. 
Barber, W. W. M., .'Stated Clerk, Windsor, 111. 
Danley, P. R., Taylorville, 111. 
Grantham, L. J., Liberty Prairie, 111. 
Johnson, E. M., Mattoon, 111. 
Linxwiler, C. T., Tavlorville, 111. 
Logan, W. C, Alton, 111. 
McUavid, T. W., Cotleen, 111. 
McDavid, W. J., Irving, 111. 
Nicodemus, J. W., Taylorville, 111. 
Rodgers, E. R., Taylorville, 111. 
Russell, D. B., Tower Hill, 111. 

Licentiate : 
Denny, A. W., Lincoln, 111. 

Candidate : 
Moore, George, Colleen, 111. 

107. WABASH. (1888). 

Ministers : 
Baum, O. S., Martinsville, Ind. 
Clevenger, B. S., Logansport, Ind. 
Conditt', J. W., Carroll, Ind. 
Montgomery, U. L., Stated Clerk, Franklin, 

Ind. 
Whatley, A. H., Aguascalientes, Mexico. 

108. WACO. 
Ministers : 
Baker, F. C, McGregor, Texas. 
Castleman, R. H., Coryelle City, Texas. 
Dunn, C. W., Belton, Texas. 
Freeman, J. C, Stephensville, Texas. 
Gaston, J. C, Granbury, Texas. 
Halsell, ,T. M., D.D., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Kinnard, D. C, Waco, Texas. 
McKamy, J. A., Waco, Texas. 
Riggins, J. W., Waco, Texas. 
Rodgers, S. A., Hico, Texa.s. 
Sammons, T. C, Stated Clerk, McGregor, 

Texas. 
Sharp, J. M., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Taylor, L. C, Meridian, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Joyner, J. L., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Sharp, M. A., , Texas. 

Candidates : 
Spoonts, W. E., Moffat, Te.xas. 

Tnompson, C. M., . Texas. 

Wallace, W. R., , Texas. 



109. WALLA WALLA. 
Ministers: 
Barton, Eli, Dayton, Wash. 
Beck, W. W., Seattle, Wash. 
Brannin, W. W., Stated Clerk, Echo, Oregon. 
Cox, Amos, (iarfield. Wash. 
Eagan, H. W., Walla Walla, Wash. 
Mclean, E. G., D.D., Walla Walla, Wash. 
Owenby, William, P>lk Flat, Oregon. 
Ravens, D. F., Vulcan, Wash. 
Reed, .1. M., Oaksdale, Wash. 
Sims, R. J., Oaksdale, Wash. 
Sweeney, A. W., Walla Walla, Wash. 
Totten, B. F., Steptoe. Wash. 
•Van Patten, .). C, Dayton, Wash. 

Licentiate : 
Walker, R. W., Echo, Oregon. 

Candidates : 
Daigh, A. W., Walla Walla, Wash. 
Ingram, K. E., Lebanon, Tenn. 
McCro.skey, S. M., Oaksdale, Wash. 



110. WASHINGTON. 
Ministers : 
Bell, D. R., Berry ville, Ark. 
Crain, S. H., Valley Springs, Ark. 
Davis, W. A., Dugger's Mill, Ark. 
Dean, T. L., Piuey, Ark. 
Evans, W. A., Rule, Ark. 
Johnson, A. B., Stated Clerk, Berryville, Ark 
Kendall, A. G., Alabam, Ark. 
Langston, W. A., Elmwood, Ark. 
Mashburn, W. H., Western Cirove, Ark. 
O'Banion, Jesse, Omega, Ark. 
Ray, H., Marble, Ark. 
Ray, Jas. B., Marble, Ark. 
Roach, E. M., Ozark, Ark. 

Rudolph, W. D., , . 

Vaughn, R. P., Big Flat, Ark. 

Licentiates: 
Boatwright, J. C, Huntsville, Ark. 
Bryan, S. A., Mar.shall, Ark. 
Combs, (t. W., Kingston, Ark. 
Holland, Henrv, Bellefonte, Ark. 
Howell, B., Huntsville, Ark. 
Knox, J. A., Boon.sboro, Ark. 
Milligan, C. H., Marshall Prairie, Ark. 

Candidates : 
Cunningham, M. C, Berryville, Ark. 
Nicely, N., Huntsville, Ark. 
Parker, L. C, Marble, Ark. 

lU. WEST IOWA. 
Ministers: 
Bobbitt, Clay, Knox, Iowa. 
Carter, J. W., Macedonia, Iowa. 
Humphreys, W. F., Moravia, Iowa. 
McClelland, W. C, Stated Clerk, Brooks, Iowa. 

112. WEST PLAINS. 
Ministers : 
Bone, J. H., Willow Springs, Mo. 
Henshaw, Levi, Olden, Mo. 
Kincaid, W. S., Alton, Mo. 
King, Robert A., Stated Clerk, Wilderness, Mo. 
Ritchev, J. W., West Plains, Mo. 
Robertson, S. L., West Plains, Mo. in:^ 
Zentz, H. W., Mammoth Spring, Ark. 

Candidate : 
Whitwell, E. O., Bennett, Mo. 

113. WEST PRAIRIE. 
Ministers: 
Bell, M. T., Piedmont, Mo. 
Birdwell, J. M., Patterson, Mo. 
Cook, W. II., Doniphan, Mo. 
Johnson, A. S,, Doniphan, Mo. 
Simpson, L. G., Doniphan, Mo. 
Spence, W. W., Clarkton, Mo. 
White, E. H., Stated Clerk, Caledonia, Mo. 

Licentiate : 
McCarroll, W. II., Leora, Mo. 

114. WHITE RIVER. 
Ministers : 
Baird, W. B., Batesvillc, Ark. 
Bone, J. S., Stated Clerk, Barren Fork, Ark. 
Brown, T. A., .Melbourn, Ark. 
Cannon, W. ('., Deslia, Ark. 
Clark, W. S., Optinius, Ark. 
Kvans, A. C, Barren Fork, .Ark. 
Evans, R. II., Barren Fork, Ark. 
Gibson, II. T., Sulphur Hock, Ark. 
Green, W. M., Salem, Ark. 
Jeffrey, P. M., Mt. Olive, Ark. 
Morrow, D., Barren Fork, Ark. 
Morrow, E. E., Oxford, Ark. 
Nunn, N. G., Sulphur Hock, Ark. 
Pearson, E. S., Oxford, Ark. 
Shaw, J. A., Oxford, Ark. 



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Licentiates : 
Craig, J. N., Optimus, Ark. 
Moser, J. H., Barren Fork, Ark. 

Candidates : 
Carter, J. I-., Livingston, Ark. 
Elliott. ,1. M., Middle .^ttleinciit, Ark. 
Harris, S. R., Mitchell, Ark. 
Jennings, C. L. S., Mitchell, Ark. 
Jennings, E. W. L., La Cro.sse, Ark. 
Smith, M. L., Mt. Olive, Ark. 



115. WHITE ROCK. 
Ministers : 
Brooks, J. M., Karniersville, Texas. 
Broughton, D. W., Dalhts, Texas. 
Cloyd, \V. P., Stated Clerk, McKinney, Texa.s. 
Dunlap, L. A., I'laiio. Texas, 
l-'arr, \V. B., D.D., Dallas, Texas. 
Golden, (ieorge, Dallas, Texas. 
Hacker, R. U. J., Rock Hill, Texas. 
Hendrick, J. H., Tehuaeana, Texas. 
Hornheak, J. A., Terrell, Texas. 
Hunter, B. L., McKinnev, Texas. 
Oliver, R. B., I>allas, Texas. 
Perkins, iS., McKinney, Texas. 
Rogers, W. J., Dallas, Texas. 
Templeton, S. M., Rockwall, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Hall, G. M., Copeville, Texas. 
Hartley, J. N., Tehuaeana. Texas. 

116. WICHITA. 
Ministers : 
Bridgenian, F., Wichita, Kan.sas. 
Foose, J. W., Benton, Kansas. 
Garrison, .S. F. C, El Dorado, Kansas. 
Goodknight, 8., Wichita, Kansas. 
Jones. .1. W., Canton, Kansas. 
Lowry, J. W., Caldwell, Kansas. 
Magee, Levi, Waterloo, Kansas. 
Martin, Josei)h, Ness City, Kansas. 
Pantiere, James, Haruer, Kansas. 
Parnhurst, C, Winiield, Kansas. 
Penick, Thos., Wellington, Kansas. 
Ritchey, N. H., Wellington, Kansas. 
Stansberry, T. G., Stated Clerk, Benton, Kan. 
Strickland, H. H., Argonia, Kansas. 
Walcher, M. L., Caldwell, Kansas. 
Wallace. S. D., Greenwich, Kansas. 
Wilson, F. P., Waterloo, Kansas. 



Licentiate : 
McGlothlan, L. W., Perth, Kansas. 

Candidates : 
Mays, M. S., Burden, Kansas. 
Miller, W. D., Greenwich, Kansas. 



117. WILLAMETTE. 

Ministers : 
Bishop, W. R. Portland, Ore. 
Blair, G. A., Eugene City, Ore. 
Dillard, .John, Dillard's Station, Ore. 
Dillard, Samuel, Cottage (irove. Ore. 
Gillespie, Jacob, Eugene City, Ore. 
Henderson, E. P., Stated Clerk, Eugene City, 

Ore. 
Houston, W. M., Junction City, Ore. 
McGee, W. V., Cottage (irove. Ore. 
Sparks, W. C, Eugene Citv, Ore. 
Wallace, C. H., Medford, Ore. 
White, Luther, Brownsville, Ore. 
Wooley, C. A., Eugene City, Ore. 

Licentiates : 
Adams, A. J., Lebanon, Ore. 
Cox, Jesse, Goshen, Ore. 

Candidate : 
Alexander, George, I^ebanon, Ore. 



118. YAZOO. 
Ministers : 
Bradford, G. S., Cadaretta, Miss. 
Fariss, J. B., Lamb, Miss. 
Harris, A. C, Stewart, Miss. 
McBrvde, W. P., Stated Clerk, Ethel, Miss. 
McDonald, J. F., Ethel, Miss. 
McKimmey, W. P., French Camp, Miss. 
McWillianis, E. L., Kosciusko, Miss. 
Moore, J. P., Hohenlinden, Miss. 
Philley, J. V., Pickens, Miss. 
Strickland, (J. W., Sweatman, Miss. 

Licentiates : 
Bell, V. J., Ethel, -Miss. 
McCaleb, H. Y., Grenada, Miss. 
Wilie, B. F., Vaiden, Miss. 

Candidate : 
Hurbert, G. O., Ethel, Miss. 



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ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY. 



[The figures at the end of each name indicate to what Presbytery the individual belongs, as 
the Presbyteries are numbered in the preceding Directory.] 



MINISTERS. 



Acton, Emerson, Mt. Pinson, Ala., 97. 
Adair, R. F., Woodburn, Ky., 50. 
Adams, Jesse, Waynesburgh, Pa., 78. 
Adams, J. H., Doniphau, Mo., 87. 
Adkisson, A. J., Austin, Tex., 21. 
Albright, E. H., Stated Clerk, Pleasant Grove, 

Iowa, 40. 
Albright, W. F., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 96. 
Alexander, J. H., Chanute, Kan., 41. 
Alexander, J. L., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
Alexander, J. R., Martin's Mills, Tenn., 84. 
Alexander, S. L., Hackett, .\rk., 43. 
Allen, C. J., Dunnigan's Springs, Mo., 96. 
Allen, O. I)., Barry, Mo., 79. 
Allen, W. B., Longview, Tex., 54. 
Allen, W. M., Marshall, Tex., .54. 
Allison, A., Chariton, Iowa, 20. 
Allison, J. A., Erin, Tenn., 16. 
Alloway, J. B., Rural Hill, Tenn., 47. 
Alsup, A. H., Baird's Mills, Tenn., 59. 
Anderson, Jesse, Lebanon, Tenn, 8. 
Anderson, S. T., D.D., I^)s .\ngeles, Cal., 104. 
Andrew, W. M., Wingo, Ky., 05. 
Apple, M., Grandville, Tenn., 95. 
Archer, W. G., Stated Clerk, Lee, 0., 7. 
Armor, J. .!., Wiunshoro, Tex., H2. 
Armstrong, F. M., Chepul tepee, Ala., 97. 
Arnett, J. C, Mt. Pinson, .-Via., 27. 
Ashburn, T., Fayetteville, Tenn., 101. 
Ashford, J. M., Aspen Hill, Tenn., 84. 
Ashmore, E. L., Scott City, Kansas, 25. 
Ashmore, S. C, Edinburgh, Mi.ss., 62. 
Atkins, J. R., (ircenfield, Mo., 96. 
Atkinson, Alonzo, Yenga, Tex., 21. 

Austin, B. D., , Cal., 104. 

Await, Solomon, Longview, Tex., .54. 
Axtell, Philip, D.D., Pittsburgh, Pa.. 78. 

Bachman, Geo. O., Tehuacana, Texas, 100. 
Baggarley, J. E., Stated Clerk, Ben Lomond, 

Ark., 64. 
Bagwell. N. E., (iarretUsburg, Ky., 23. 
Bailey, E., High Hill, Miss., 62. 
Bailey, E. E., Khedive, Pa., 105. 
Bailitf, Thomas, East p'ork. 111., 24. 
Baird, J. Power, Rice's Landing, Pa., 78. 
Baird, W. B., Batcsville, ,Vrk., 114. 
Baird, W. F., Burlington, Iowa, 40. 
Baits, W. S., New Holland, 111., 91. 
Baker, A. A., Merkel, Tex^ 13. 
Baker, B. H., Marysville, Texas, 35. 
Baker, F. C, Mc(iregor, Tex., 108. 
Baker, E. E., Dcerfield, Mo., 76. 
Baker, N. M., Stated (lerk, Decatur, 111., 24. 
Baker, T. J., Stated Clerk, Oakland, Miss., 75. 



Baker, T. W., Stated Clerk, Moberly, Mo., 56. 
Baker, W. P., Hillsboro, HI., 106. 
Baker, W. R., Montague, Tex., 33. 
Baldridge, A. W., Farnii gton, Cal., 88. 
Bane, .1. B., Beverly, O., 6.5. 
Bankson, W. L., Blue Mound, III, 24. 
Barbee, J. T., McMinnville, Tenn., 59. 
Barber, W. "W. M., Stated Clerk, Windsor, 111., 

106. 
Barker, J. E., Divide, Ark., 43. 
Barker, W. W., Sulphur Springs, Tex., 32. 
Barkley, W. T., Lebanon, Tenn., 59. 
Barlow, A. N., Heber, Ark., 94. 
Barnett, J. F., Sandy Valley, Texas, 49. 
Barnett, J. H., Sterling, Col., 86. 
Barnett, J. H., Cane Hill, Mo., 76. 
Barnett, J. P., Navosota, Tex., 92. 
Barr, .-V. L., Houev Grove, Tex., 12. 
Barr, C. J., Chalk'Level, Mo., 48. . 
Barr, J. N., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 96. 
Barr, L. R., Nevada, Iowa, 20. 
Barton, Eli, Davton, Wash., 109. 
Basham, G. W., Henrietta, Tex., 33. 
Bass, AV. H., Pleasant Hill, La., 55. 
Bates, T. F., Shelbyville, Tenn., 26. 
Battice, A., Boggy Depot, I. T., 11. 
Bauchman, W. li., Florence, Texas, 49. 
Baugh, W. H., San Jose, Cal., 15. 
Baum, O. S., Martinsville, Ind., 107. 
Baxter, F. P., Johnson City, Tenn., 46. 
Beals, Jesse, Lerna, 111., 24. 
Beaird, W. Ci., Hazel (Jreen, Ala., 85. 
Beard, L. W., Arcadia, La., 51. 
Beard, R. J., Beverly, O., 65. 
Beaslev, J. W., Sarcoxie, Mo.. 67. 
Ik-aver, W. C, Stated Clerk, Mt. Hope, .Ala., 57. 
Beck, J. W., Milford, Tex., 44. 
Beck, L. D., Lebanon, Tenn., 26. 
Beck, W. W., Seatt e, Wash., 109. 
Bell, C. IL, D.D., St Louis, Mo., 98. 
Bell, C. U., Clover Bottom, T(!nn., 46. 
Bell, 1). K., Berryville, .Vrk, 110 
Bell, J. Hay, Bay Citv, 111., 38. 
Bell, J. .M., Bay City,' 111.. 38. 
Bell, John, ChcsajK'ake, Mo., 7(i. 
Bell, M. T., Piedmont, .Mo., 113. 
f«ll, T. C., Miftlin, Tenn., o3. 
Bell, W. C, Lincoln, 111., 91. 
Belt, J. H., Fieldcn, 111., 91. 
lienge, M. L., Stringtown, I. T., 12. 
Benge, R. W., Stated Clerk, Buffalo Gap, Tex., 

13. 
Bennett, H. M., Whitcsboro, Tex., 35. 
Bennett, John, Topcka, 111., 52. 
Bergen, A. (i.. Stated Clerk, Evansville, Ind., 39. 



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Bernard, Tavlor, (Hinton, Mo., 48. 

Berry, A. H., Cherry Vale, Kan., 41. 

Berry, C. W., .Toshua, Te.x., 81. 

Berry, I. N., Kve, Col., SlJ. 

Berry, H. W., College -Mimnd, Mo., 4o. 

Berry, W. H., Denton, Texa-s, 'io. 

Berryhill, \. .L, Cleveland, Tenn., 17. 

Best, .lames, Centreljureh, <)., 7. 

Bettis, O. v., Kussellvillc, Ark., ^7. 

Biddle, A. ('., Stated Clerk, Hopkinsville, Ky., 

28. 
Binklev, K. W., Franklin, Kv., .50. 
Bird, li. ('., Uniontown, Pa., 10.5. 
Bird, W., Kector, Ark., 14. 
Birdwell, .T. M., Patterson, Mo., li:i. 
Bishop, A. H., Boon's Hill, Tenn., 26. 
Bishop, P. W., Towanda, 111., .52. 
Bishop, W. R., Portland, Ore., 117. 
Black, J. D., Columbus, .Miss., Gx. 
B ack, R. W., <enter Point, Tenn., 5:^. 
Black, W. H., D.l)., Marshall. Mo., 1)8. 
Black, William, Lovelaccville, Ky., 5.5. 
Blackburn, R. !•'., Loudon, .-Vrk., 27. 
Blair, G. A., Eugene Citv, Oregon, 117. 
Blair,.!. E., Gerard, III. ,91. 
Blair, R. 1)., Fairmount, Ky., 42. 
Blair, R. .S., Worsham, Tenn., 47. 
Blair, \V. D., Westiwrt, Mo., 4H. 
Blake, T. C, D.l)., Niishville, Tenn., 47. 
Blankenship, D. W., .'^ardis, Tenn., 53. 
Blanton, .1. V., Bighv Fork, Miss., 10. 
Blauton, Z. T., Blanket, Te.vas, 'Xi. 
Bledsoe, Benj. K., Liltcrty, Ala., il7. 
Bobbitt, Clav, Knox. Iowa, 111. 
Bobbitt, H., 'Henry JStation, Tenn., :!7. 
Bodenhanier, I). S'., Stated Clerk, Tehuacana, 

Tex., 100. 
Bond, Jeiise, I^ehigh, I. T., 11. 
Bond, L. R., Slated Clerk, l^niore, Cal., 104. 
Bone, H. F., D.I)., Marshall, Te.vius, 54. 
Bone, .1. H., Willow Springs, Mo., 112. 
Bone, .1. S., Stated Clerk, Barren Fork, Ark., 

114. 
Bone, W. P., Berlin, (iermany, 47. 
Bonham, N. M., New Franklin, Mo., 56. 
Boone, W. A., Dver, Tenn., :17. 
Boone, .1. D., Ro"und Itock, Tex., 49. 
Borah, ,T. T., Stated Clerk, Rienzi, Miss., 10. 
Bonih, J. W., Fairtield, 111., 2. 
Bowers, E. T., D.D., Owcnsborc, Ky., 72. 
Bowers, Wni. .!., Burton, Tex., 21. 
Bowman, T. F., Lebanon, Tenn., 4. 
Bownier, B. E., Sunnv Lane, Texas, 49. 
Bovd, H. .M., Bowling (frecu, .Mo., 90. 
Boyd, R. W., Lowes, Ky., .55. 
Boyd.stun, B. L., Redwine, La., 51. 
Bovdstun, .1. (J., Stated Clerk, Lakeland, Fla., 

'29. 
Boyles, I. M., Wilhoit, Ore., 7:*. 
Bradford, G. .S., CadaretUi, .Miss., 118. 
Bradlev, C. .1., Prairie I.*a, Tex., H4. 
Bradshaw, T. R., Mt. Horeb, Tenn., 46. 
Braley, J. G., Minden, Texas, I02. 
Braley, S. H., Xewbern, Tenn., 71. 
Bramlett, .T. J., Doves, Tenn., 16. 
Brannin, W. W., Stated Clerk, ICcho, Ore., 

109. 
Brannoii, .1. W., Weatherford, Tex., 77. 
Bratcher, D. P., West Cliftv, Kv., 70. 
Brewer, W. L., Pilot Point, Tex., :!5. 
Bridges, N. T., Warrii.r Station. .\la., 97. 
Bridges, W. .\., Connersvillc, Tenn., 26. 
Bridgenian, F., Wichita, Kan., Ilii. 
Briganee. .1. N., Mulbcrrv, .\rk., 5. 
Broadaway, F. 1'.. Eddyville, 111., 38. 
Brockett, .^l. V., Sherman, Te.x., 12. 
Brooks, .T. M., Farmersville. Tex., 11!>. 
Brooks, Matthew, (ieorgetown, 111., 30. 
Broughton, D. W., Dallas. IVx., 11.5. 
Brown, C. I., Mary's River, Ore., 73. 
Brown, C. M., Isoin's Store, Tenn., .*<4. 
Brown, .1. M., Lewisburg, Tenn., 26. 



I Brown, J. R., D.D., Stated Clerk, St. Louis, 

I Mo., 98. 

I Brown, S. W., Maxwell. Tenn., 8.5. 

i Brown, T. .V., Melbourn, Ark., 114. 

; Brown, W. A., I-ocust Spring, Tenn., 46. 

: Brown, W. E., Sulphur Springs, Ala., 80. 

i Brown, W. W., Providence, Ky., 4. 

I Browning, A. S., Orrville, .\la., 1. 

I Browning, D. W., .\rkadelphia. Ark., 64. 

i Browning, W. H., Beech (irove, Ky., 72. 

Browning, W. .1., Downey City, Cal., 104. 
j Brundidge, .1. H., Horton, Kan., 6. 

Bruton, J. W., Appleton, Ark., 27. 
I Bryant, A. M., The Dalles, Ore., 73. 
I Bryant, H. W., Decatur, 111., 24. 
I Bryant, T. D., Knowlton, Ark., 14. 

Buchanan, A. B., Danville, 111., 30. 
I Buchanan A. M., Moberly, Mo., 56. 
[ Buchanan, J. T., Ladonia, Tex., 12. 

Buchanan, S. II., D.D., Little Rock, Ark., 94. 
I Buchanan, T. S., Trov, Tenn., 71. 
I BuUard, M. L., Bartonville, Tex.. 35. 
; BuUington, J. R., Martin, Tenn., 37. 
i BuUington, M. L., .\twood, Tenn., 37. 

Bunch; W. M., Ovilla, Texas, 81. 

Buntin, W. H., Memphis, Tenn., 60. 
[ Burdine, .1. .1., Brownslwro, Ala., 85. 
I Burney, H. L., (irautville, Tenn., 47. 
1 Burney, .S. G., D.D., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
! Burn.s, G. N., Sue City, Mo., 45. 
I Burns, W'. M., Cave Spring, Ga., 99. 
' Burrow, A. G., Kemp, Tex., 8. 
I Burrow, J. M., Comanche, Tex., 13. 
t Burt, .1. S., Charleston, Ark., 43. 
j Bushnell, D. E., D.D., Chattanooga, Tenn., 17. 

Butler, E. V., Belknap, Tex., 77. 
1 Butler, G. W., Wheat, Tenn., 36. 
i 
1 Caldwell, .lohii. Rocky Ridge, Ala., 1. 

Caldwell, .1. D., Calera, Ala., 1. 
i Caldwell, .1. W., Selma, Ala., 1. 

Caldwell, R. H., Stated Clerk, Danville, Ky., 42. 
; Caldwell, W. .1., I^banon, Tenn., 37. 
I Calhoun, .1. B., Troy. Tenn., 71. 
I Campbell, A., Lawnsdale, Texas, 44. 

Campbell, A., Sua, Tenn., 17. 
I Campbell, J. P., lireenfield. Mo., 89. 
I Cannon, T. W., SUited Clerk, McKenzie, Tenn., 

37. 
I Cannon, W. C, Desha, .\rk., 114. 

Cantrell, W. C, Quarles, Tenn., 95. 
1 Carlock, C. K., Grandville, Tenn., 95. 

Carnahan, Peter, Bentonville, Ark., 5. 

Carnell. IC. M.. (Jardner, Tenn., 37. 

Carr, W. H., .leremiah, Tenn., 95. 

Carroll, .T. ,1., St. Clair, Tenn., 46. 

Carson, U'e, Little Rock, Ark., 94. 

Carter, .J. W., Macedonia, Iowa, 111. 

Carlwright, S. (r., Morristown, Tenn., 46. 

Cary, 1. N., Glover's (Jap, W. Va., 78. 

Casky, W. L., Casky .'Station, Ky., 23. 

Caster, .Tames, .Vlbany, Mo., 79. 

Castleman, A. (;., Charlotte, Tenn., 16. 

Ca.stleman, R. H., Corvell Citv, Tex., 108. 

Cavett, R. B., Holly (irove, .\rk., 14. 

Chadick, S. R., Stated Clerk, Gilmer, Tex., 54. 

Chance, .lames, Ba.s.s Station, Ala., 8.5. 

Chapi>ell, .M. E., Fredonia, Ky., .so. 

Charleston, .Martin, U'liigh, I. T., 11. 

Charlton, F. T., Bi'ntonville, .Vrk.. 5. 

Chase, .1. A., Lincoln, III., .52. 

Clnuslain, B. F., Weoka, Ala., 99. 

Cheek, D. W., Sarcoxie, .M(i.,67. 

('hevalier. W. P., Atlanta, (ia.,31. 

Chilcutt, -M. R., Flvnn's Lick, Tenn., 95. 

Childress, W. L., Tanipico, .Miss., 68. 

Clack, I. N., Itasca, Texas, 44. 

Clagett, T. .L, Canon (ity. Col., 86. 

Clanipitt, (ieorgeN., Stat. Cl'k, .\rcadia. La., 51. 

Clampitt, F. .\., Homer, La., 51. 

Clark, C. B., Winchester, Kv., 42. 

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Clark, J. M., Milforcl, Mo., 7f!. 

Clark, W. A., ICads, t'ol.,2o. 

Clark, \V. S., <:)ptimus. Ark., 114. 

Clay, W. L., San Diego, Cal., 15. 

Clemens, L. F. L., Mayvlevv, Mo., 48. 

Clevenger, B. t>., Logausport, lud., 107. 

Clovd, \V. P., Stated Clerk, McKinnev, Tex., 

llo. 
Cobl), .1. 1). C, Jonesboro, Ark., 14. 
Gobi), W. P., (ravI.'>viUe, Ala., 99 
Cockrill, B. 1)., Loiibville, Ky., 42. 
Cockruiu, H. ('., BKioiulield, lud., 63. 
Cody, R. A., Arliuglou, Tenu., 08. 
Coen, A., Mooresville, Mo., 1'.). 
Coflfee, C. M., Long Ridge, Ark., <3. 
Cole, M., Autler.s, I. T., U. 
Coleman, Charles, Batavia, Iowa, 40. 
Collier, .Johu, Dallas, Tex., 81. 
Collier, L. C, Tehuacaua, Tex., SI. 
Collier, R. B., Mill Brook, Tenu., 46. 
CoUiusworth, J. R., Hartsville, Tenn., 47. 
Comer, S. A., Sandv, Tex., 34. 
Compton, W., Fowler, Cal., 104. 
Conditf, .J. W., Carroll, Iml., 107. 
Conley, James P., Dover, Ark., 27. 
Conle'v, John A., Stated Clerk, Old Hickory, 

Ai-k., 27. 
Conner, J. C, Brakebill, Tenn., 36. 
Cook, W. H., Doniphan, Mo., 113. 
Ojoley, D. D., Waverly, Tenu., 16. 
Cooler, H. N., Clydedeu, Texas, 116. 
Coolev, W. M., VV^hite Bluff, Tenn., 16. 
CooUey, C. P., Stated Cl'k, Fairmount, 111., 30 
Cooper, A. E., McKenzie, Tenn., 37. 

Cooper, A. T., , , ly. 

Cooper, D. A., Bentleyville, Pa., 78. 
Cooper, J. L., McKeuzie, Tenn., 37. 
Copeland, H., Livingston, Tenn., 95. 
Copeland, J. W., Nettle Carrier, Tenn., 95. 
Copelaud, William E., Stated Clerk, Rockdale, 

Tex., 21. 
Copp, W. D., Pilot Hill, Tenn., 46. 
Cornwall, J. H., Montieello, Cal., 15. 
Co.sby, S. G., Vale Mills, Tenn., 84. 
Cothran, J. B., Bowling (Jreen, Ky., .50. 
Covey, J. R., Medina, Tenn., 37. 
Cowan, T. A., Stockton, Cal., 88. 
Cowden, M. F., Rich Hill, Mo., 48. 
Cox, Amos, Garfield, Wash., 109. 
Cox, Anderson, Hagerville, Ark., 27. 
Cox, B., Randolph, Tex., 12. 
Cox, Samuel, Prairie Grove, Ark., o. 
Crabtree, J. C, Garfield, Ky., 70. 
Craig, I. N., Summertown, Tenn., 84. 
Crain, S. H., Valley Sj^rings, Ark, 110. 
Crawford, D. S., Lari.s.sa, Tex., 103. 
Crawford, G. D., Eiinis, Texas, 44. 
Crawford, I. (i., Scd:ilia, Mo., 69. 
Crawford, J. I^., Table (irove. 111., 87. 
Crawford, J. N., Lower Lake, Cal., 15. 
Crawford, J. R., Texarkaua, Texas, 54. 
Crawford, N. D., Flat Creek, Tenn., 26. 
Crawford, N. J., Chouteau, I. T., 18. 
Crawford, W. B., Oakland City, Ind., 39. 
Crawfr)rd, W. C., (.'orvallis, Ore., 73. 
Criiwford, W. H., Saulshurv, Tenn., 53. 
Crawford, W. H., Wheat, Tenn., 36. 
Criddle, T. B., Waxahachie, Tex., 81. 
Crisman, E. B., D.D., Na.shville, Teuu., 47. 
Crockett, H. K., liethany. 111., 24. 
Crockett, R'. R., .Jacksonville, Texas, 69. 
Crockett, Robert, Nelson, Mo., 69. 
CroHbrd, T. F., McKeii/.ie, Tenn., 37. 
Criws, .). B., Woodstock, Ala., 1. 
Cro.ss, L. B., Stated Clerk, Arlington, Ala., 1. 
Crowell, W. B., Tra<lewater, Ky., 80. 
Crump, W. R. M., Arrington, Tenn., 47. 
Crutcher, (J. W., (^enter Star, Ala., 57. 
Cude, V. M., Bethel Springs, Tenn., 53. 
Cult^.n, H. C, Winters, Cal., 15. 
Cunninghain, W. N., Vi.salia, Cal., 104. 
Curry, J. H., McKenzie, Tenn., 71. 



Dadismau, A. F., Knottsville, Kv., 72. 

Dale, W. T., Gallatin, Teuu., 47.' 

Dalton, J. (i., Piuk Hill, Mo., 48. 

Danley, Ph. R., Tiivlorville, 111., 106. 

Danlev, W. .S., D.D., l>incolu, 111., 52. 

Darbv, W. J., D.D., Ku.shville, Tenu., 39. 

Davenport, G., Willanl, Mof, 96. 

Davenport, I. .S., C'hillicothe, Texas, 33. 

Davenport, R. .1., St. Helena, Cal., 15. 

David.sou, J. O., I'aris, Teuu., 37. 

Davidson, J. T.. Eddvville, 111., 38. 

Davis, A. C, Roodhoiise, 111., 91. 

Davis, A. P., Gadsden, Tenn., 71. 

Davis, J. F., Hartsville, Mo., 96. 

Davis, J. H., Frieiidslii)), Tenn., 71. 

Davis, Joel E., Lel)anuii, Tenn., 47. 

Davis, Joseph, Herid rsou. Mo., 9f>. 

Davis, Levi, Anna, 111., 38. 

Davis, N. A., Jack.sonvilIe, Tex., 103. 

Davis, R. M., Omaha, 111., 2>. 

Davis, Stephen, Nettle Carrier, Teuu., 95. 

Davis, W. A., Dugger's Mills, Ark., 110. 

Davis, W. E., Omaha, 111., 28. 

Daw.son, Wm., Stated Clerk, Cautou, Tex., 8. 

Dawson, W. B., Decatur, Texas, 8. 

Dav, J. H., Fulbright, Tex., 82. 

Dean, T. L., Piney, Ark., 110. 

Deasou, E. R., Messenger, Tenn., 16 

Deaver, T. B., Little Warrior, Ala., 97. 

Decherd, S. (J., Frankf .rt. Mo., 90. 

Deleny, M., Vrauia, La., 51. 

Delzell, F. £., La Plata, Mo., 45. 

Denby, W. M., Dunuigan Springs, Mo., 96. 

Denson, W. C, Au.stin, Texas., 97. 

Dent, M., Adelphi, O., 7. 

Depenbrock, B., Salem, 111., 58. 

De Witt, D. C, Abilene, Texas, 13. 

De Witt, M. B., D.D., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 

Dickens, J. L., Weatherford, Texas, 100. 

Dickerson, J. H., Stated Clerk, Brookstou, 

Te.xas, 11. 
Dickev, H. L. Yorkville, Teuu., 71. 
Dillanl, John, Dillard .station. Ore., 117. 
Dillard, .Samuel, Cottage (irove, Ore., 117. 
Dillon, W. A., Washington, Ind., 63. 
Dillow, M., Milmine, 111., 24. 
Dinges, W. 1)., Baker's Cross Roads, Tenn., 95. 
Dinwiddle, A. B. C, Dodd City, Texas, 12. 
Dixon, T. Jeff., Stated Clerk, Spring Hill, 

Tenn., 84. 
Dobbs, G. W., Keysville, Mo., 89. 
Dobson, J. B., D.D., (ireeneville, Tenn., 46. 
Dobsoii, T. v., Hughes Springs, Tex., 54. 
D<jlison, R. M., Gri-enevill(% Tenn., 46. 
Dodds, W. D., Cliillicothe, Mo., 19. 
Donucll, G. J., ('uml)erland, O , 65. 
Donnell, John T., West Finley, Pa., 47. 
Dooley, L., lUpoii, Cal., 88. 
Dooley, O. D., (ilennville, Cal., 104. 
Dooley, W. E., Loekcsbuigh, .Vrk., 64. 
Doran, E. W., McMinnville, Tenn., 60. 
Dorris, J. A., Elktim, Kv., 23. 
Dortch, D. E., Columbia, Tenu., 84. 
Dougherty, H. B., Alone, Ky., 22. 
liouglass, T. .S., hiauipton. Ark., 9. 
Drake, T. B., lladens, .Via., 8.5. 
Duff, W. H., Neosho, .Mo., 67. 
Dumas, A. W., .lasper Tenn., 17. 
Dunlap, J. A., Newbern, Tenn., 71. 
Dunlap, L. A., Piano, Texas, 115. 
Dunn, C. W., Helton, Texas, lOH. 
Durham, J. M., Chismville, Ark., 43. 
Duvall, C. P., Stat. Cl'k, Kan.sas City, Mo., 6. 
Duvall, J. W., Holdeii, Mo., 48. 
Dy.sart, E. D., Ballinger, Tex., 93. 

Eagan, W. H., Walla Walla, Wash., 109. 
Earle, F. R., D.D., Stated Clerk, Boousboi'o, 

Ark., 5. 
Early, A. P., Dayton, Tenn., 17. 
Eaton, C. M., Jacksboro, Texas, 77. 
Edwards, E. W., tUeeson, Tenn., 37. 



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Edwunl.s, .1. 1;., Stated Clerk, Water Vallev, 

Ky., 5-,. 
Edwards, \V. II., lluriuonv, Ark., 27. 
Elder, A. H., Midlothian, Tex., 81. 
Elder, .1. A., I'ella, Tex., 33. 
Elder, J. W., .Stated Clerk, Virginia, 111., 91. 
Elder, (i. 1)., Krazier, T6xas, 33. 
Eldrcdge, \V. V., (Jolcoiida, 111., 38. 
Elliott, A. B., Vander ilt, Fa., 105. 
Elliott, .1. L., Georjie'.s Creek, Texas, 81. 
Ellis, J. A., .Starkville, Mis-s., Cs. 
Elmore, R. ()., Bowling <ireen. Mo., DO. 
Evans, A. C, Barren Fork, Ark., 114. 
Evans, O., P'lorence, Aia , 51. 
Evans, K. H., Barren Fork, Ark., lU. 
Evans, W. A., Rule, Ark., 110. 

F-arr, W. B., V.V., Dallas, Texas, U.i. 
Farris, E. IJ., Trov, Tenu., 71. 
Farris, J. B., Lamb, Miss., 118. 
Farris, J. P., (irapeland, Te.x., 103. 
Feenister, S. K., Conway, Ark., 94. 
F'ender, .T. F., Levisburg, Tenu., 26. 
Ferguson, R. A., Maxwell, Iowa, 20. 
Fergu.son, \V. T., Petersburg, III., 2. 
F'errill, J. G., Cane Vallev, Ky., 22. 
Fields. C. H., Enfield, 111"., 2. 
Fisher, W. .T., Van Buren, Pa., 78. 
Fisk, K. M., Fort Seott, Kan., 76. 
Fitzgerald, J. \V., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Fitzgerald, P. M., Maviield, Ky., 55. 
Fitzgerald, W. A., Dallas, Aik., G4. 
Flaniken, F. P., Nashville, Tenu., 47. 
Flaniken, U. B., Mason, Tenn., 60. 
F""lowers, A. B., Dver, Tenn., 71. 
Fly, .1. B., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 96. 
F'ol.som, (ieorge, Annette, I. T., 11. 
Folsom, .1. W., Cecil, tia., 31. 
Foose, .1. W., Benton, Kan., 116. 
Forbes, C. J., Willow City, Tex., 49. 
Forbes, .1. C, Austin, Ark., 94. 
Forbes, J. M., Beason, 111., 52. 
Forbess, A. B., Brinklev, Ark., 14. 
Ford, V. H., Humboldt, Tenn., 37. 
Foster, E. C, Adanisville, Tenn., 5:i. 
Foster, L. E., Adanisville, Tenn., .53. 
F'oster, R. V., D.D., I^ebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Foust, Allen, (ireentield, Tenn., 37. 
Foust, W. .1., I.i»mar, Ark., 27. 
Fox, N. .1., .Stated Clerk, Louisville, Miss., 62. 
Francis, .1. A., Stated Clerk, San Antonio, 

Texas, 34. 
F'rancis, John C., Lebanon, Tenn., 43. 
Franklin, W. IL, Loop, Texas, 33. 
Frear, W. S., Sedan, Texa.s, 34. 
Freeman, .T. A., Bryan, Texas., 92. 
Freeman, .). C, Stephensville, Tex., 108. 
F'reeman, T. S., Vineyard, Ark., 14. 
F'reeze, W. M., Wagstatt", Kan., 41. 
French, A. .1., Shannon, Miss., 10. 
French, J. W., Lock Spring, .NIo., 19. 
Fronum, .lames, Barry, Mo., 79. 
Frvar, .S. P., .M(#rganton, Tenn., 30. 
Fry, Robt. II., Lincoln, 111., 90. 
Fuller, A. F., Panora, Iowa, 40. 
Fuller, B., Deport, Tex., 82. 
I'ullcrton, B. P., Kansas City, Mo., 48. 



GabarJ, M. E 
Ciaiser, G. M. 
Gaitber, 1. A. 
(Jalbreath, .T. 
(iailagher, .). 
(ialloway, M. 
(iamon, .1. W 
(i arret t, .1. B. 
(iarrett, W. .) 
Garrison, .S. I' 
Garvin, J. E. 
liaston, C. A. 
Gaston, J. C, 



., Bigbyville, Tenu., 84. 

Macon, .Mo., .">(>. 
, .Selnia, Cal., 104. 
H., Maytield, Ky., 55. 
M., .lac'k.son Center, Pa., 3. 

L, Ch.tpel Hill, Tenn., 26. 
., Moullon, Ala., 57. 
, Dycusburgh, Ky., 80. 

, Neosho, Mo., 67. 
'. ('., El Dorado, Kan., 116. 
, Old Concord, Pa., 78. 
, Northport, Ala., 68. 

Granbury, Texas, 108. 



(iaston, -M. C., Stated Clerk, Vaudalia, 111., .58. 
(ia.ston, T. A., Patterson, Tex;is, 92. 
Gay, R. A., Wolf City, Tex., 12. 
Geiitrv, .1. B., Lebanon, Tenn., 26. 
<Jeorge, <•. R., Louisville, MLss., 68. 
(Icrard, W. N., Kiuinundy, 111., 58. 
(Jhormley, .1. W., Morristown, Tenu., 46. 
tiibson, l"l. T., Sulphur Rock, Ark., 114. 
Gibson, .). S., Hamilton, Pa., 3. 
Gibson, \V. K., Annette, I. T., 11. 
Ciill, J. F., Carrier's Mills, III., 28. 
Gill, .1. M., D.D., Elkton, Kv., 23. 
(iill, N. v., Nashville, Tenn., 63. 
.;il!es))ic, A. M., Savannah, Tenn., 84. 
(iillcspie, K. .1., San .lose, Cal., 15. 
Gillespie, .lacob, ICugcne City, Ore., 117. 
(jillespie, W. P., Tehuacana, Tex., 100. 
Gilliam, F. M., Brownwood, Tex., 93. 
Gilliam, .1. C, Perrvville, Ky., 42. 
Gilliam, .S. T., Porterville, Cal., 104. 
Gilliam, W. T., Warrensburgh, Mo., 48. 
Givens, Newton, Stated Clerk, Waxahachie, 

Texas, 81. 
Ciivens, S. D., lloldeu. Mo., 48. 
Givens, S. J., Caledonia, -Miss., 68. 
tJIiis.s, W. S., Hughes Springs, Tex., 54. 
(ilover, G. W., Corinth, Miss., 10. 
(ioad, A. Li, Nortouville, Ky., 4. 
Goddard, Peter, Sugar l>oaf, Ark., 43. 
Gold, .1. D., .Stated Clerk, (iib.son City, 111., 52. 
(ioldberg, C, D.D., Texarkaua, Texas, ,54. 
(ioldcii. (ieorge, Dallas, Te.\a.s, 14-5. 
(iiMHlkniglit, ,1. L., (ieruiany. 
(ioodknight, S., U'icbita, Kan., 116. 
(Goodpasture, .L R., ijvingston, Tenn., 95. 
(tordon, M. L., Kioto, .lapan, 78. 
(iossett, A. M. C, Chaseville, Tenu., 37. 
Grace, R. C, Pryor's Creek, I. T., 18. 
(iracy, J. F., Neosho, Mo., 67. 
Grafton, \V. R , I^l)anon, Tenn., .59. 
(iraham, ("yrns, Boxville, Ky., 4. 
(Jrantham, L. .1., Liberty Prairie, HI., 106. 
Grav, H. A., Andrews, Tenn., 84. 
(Jray, R. A., Wolf City, Texas, 12. 
(Jrav, J. .1., McKenzie, Tenn., 37. 
Gray, W. F., Walpole, 111., 28. 
(ireen, (r. W., Shobonier, 111., .58. 
Green, J. B., D.D., Nebra.ska City, Neb., 66. 
Green, W. K., Veal's Station, Texas, 77. 
(ireen, W. M., .Salem, .Vrk., 114. 
Cireer, W. H., .Vtkins, .Vrk., 27. 
(iregory, W. .1., Chico, Tc.x., 33. 
(irider, J. S., D.D., Bowling Green, Ky., .50. 
(iritlin, S. M., Elkton, Ky., 23. 
Grossman, K. N., Stated Clerk. Seneca, Pa., 3. 
Groves, A. A., Coperas Cove, Texa.s, 49. 
(iroves, J. B., .Vthens, Tex., 8. 
Ciroves, J. S., Me.xia, Tex., 100. 
(iuthrie, A. W., Macon, Mo., 56. 
(Juthrie, O., Marshall, Mo., 69. 
(iwynn, Richard, Bremen, Ky., 4. 

Hacker, R. H. J., Rock Hill, Tex., 11.5. 

Haddock, Noah, Diana, 111., 24. 

Haden, W'. .1., .\uburn, Ky., .50. 

Hadloek, .1. B., Stated Clerk, Ilajrodsburgb. 

Ind., 63. 
Hagler, C. .s., Howelton, Ala., 99. 
Hagler, I. W., (iad.sdcn, .Via., 99. 
Hague, I.saac, (ialesburgh. 111., 87. 
Hail, A. I)., D.D., <».saka, .lapan, 15. 
Hail, .1. B., 0.saka, .Japan, 78. 
Hail, R. .1. C. D.D., Birmingham, .Via., 1. 
Haile, .1. N. D., Hattieville, Ark., 27. 
Halbert, R. H., New Hoik!, .Mis.s., 68. 
Halliburton, .1, T., .lack.sonville, .Mo., 56. 
Hall, .lames, Davton, Tenn., 17. 
Hall. .1. H. B., I^oudou, Tenn., 36. 
Hall, T. 10., Kenton, Tenu., 37. 
Halsell, .1. .M., D.D., Tehuacana, Tex., 108. 
Haniblin, N. ('., Libcrlv, Ky., 42. 
Hambright, A. R. T., C'ohutta, Ga., 31. 



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Hamilton, D. A., Gaine^'ville, Avk., 14. 
Hamm, T. J., Deport, Tex., S2. 
Hampton, T. J., Ellsworth, Ark., 4.3. 
Harned, J. D., Millwood, Ky., 70. 
Harris, A. C, Stewart, Miss., 118. 
Harris, C. H. D., Blooiuingtou, 111., 52. 
Harris, D. M., D.D., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
Harris, J. G., Clarksville, Texas, 12. 
Harris, M. C, Sumuierville, Ark., 9. 
Harris, S. C, Granville, Tenn., ito. 
Harris, W. B., Mackinaw, 111., .V2. 
Harris, W. P., Gainesboro, Tenn., 9.5. 
Harrison, G. R., Batesville, Miss., 75. 
Harrison, S. L., Vincennes, Ind., 39. 
Harrison, William, Sweetwater, Tenn., 36. 
Hastings, G. P., Chapel Hill, Teun., 26. 
Hathawav, John F., Vernon, 111., 58. 
Hawkins,' A. W., Stated Clerk, Kuoxville, 

Tenn., 36. 
Hawkins, L. J., (ircenville, Tenn., 46. 
Hawkins, W. D., Stated Clerk, Salem, Mo., 89. 
Hawkins, W. F., Frazer, I. T., 68. 
Hawley, G. W., Richmond, Mo., 79. 
Haws, G. H., Cuba, Kan., 83. 
Haves, L. F., Gallatin, Mo., 19. 
Hayues, A. J., Buflalo Gap, Tex., 13. 
Haynes, John, Denton, Tex., 35. 
Haynes, Levi, Cairo, Mo., 56. 
Havues, W. A., Gallatin, Tenn., 47. 
Hayter, A. S., Dallas, Texas, 81. 
Hearon, U. J.,, Ncsbit, Miss., 75. 
Hendal, B. B., Manchester, Tenn., 26. 
Henderson, A. S., Avalon, Tex., 44. 
Henderson, E. P., Stated Clerk, Eugene City, 

Ore., 117. 
Henderson, G. A., Fayetteville, Ark., 5. 
Henderson, J. T. A., Sedalia, Mo., 105. 
Henderson, Joe T., Dover, Ark., 27. 
Hendrick, Ed. E., Tehuacana, Tex., 8. 
Hendrick, J. H., Tehuacana, Tex., 115. 
Hendrick, L. D., Oakland, 111.. 30. 
Hendrick, W. R., Bagwell, Tex., 82. 
Hendrix, E. W., Hornbeak, Tenn., 71. 
Hendrix, T. M., Rockvale, Tenn., 26. 
Hendrix, W. W., D.D., Franklin, Tenn., 47. 
Henry, J. H., Kingston, Tenn., 30. 
Henrv, J. J., Purdy, Mo., 67. 
Henry, J. M., Webster, Miss., 68. 
Henry, J. R., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
Henry, S. H., Sumach, Ga., 31. 
Henshaw, L., Olden, Mo., 112. 
Herdmau, W. C, l.uray. Mo., 45. 
Hester, G. P., Loop, Texas, 33. 
Hickman, A., Graysville, Tenn., 17. 
Hill, I. W., Stat. Cl'k, Tennaha, Tex., 102. 
Hill, R. C, Charleston, 111., 24. 
Hillhouse, C. C, Marionville, Mo., 76. 
Hodge, R. A., Sherwood, Texas, 93. 
Hodges, C. B., Sandusky, Tex., 35. 
Hodges, J. J., Wrightsboro, Tex., 34. 
Hogan, David, Chouteau, I. T., 18. 
Holcomb, L. H., Troup, Tex., 103. 
Holifield, W. J., St. Francis, Ark., 14. 
Holisler, M. K., Baird's Mill, Tenn., 59. 
Holloway, E. C, KcUlyvilh-, 111., 38. 
Holloway, T. B., (iocrville, HI., 38. 
Hollowman, W. W., Star City, Ark., 9. 
Holmes, S. H., Vernon, Tenn., 84. 
Holmes, W. B., Lebanon, Tenn., 39. 
Holt, J. N., Shelbvville, Teun., 26. 
Holtsinger, S. K., West Chester, O., 61. 
Hook, II. C, Flardinsburgh, Ky., 70. 
Hooker, H. W., AlbMisville, Ky., 23. 
Hopkins, N. T., .Milan, Tenn., 37. 
Hornbeak, J. .V., Terrell, Tex., 115. 
Hornbeak, J. W., Corsicana, Tex., 44. 
Hoiaton, W. M., Junction City, Ore., 117. 
Houx, .1. H., Warrensburgh, Mo., 48. 

Howard, J. B., , Neb., 6(i. 

Howard, J. .M., D.I)., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
Howard, J. S.. Auburn, Kv., 50. 
Howard, J. W., Bruce, Tenn., 84. 



Howells, J. T., Punxsutawnev, Pa., 3. 
Hubbert, J. M., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
Hudgins, J. L., Harri-sburgh, 111., 28. 
Hudson, (j. G., Wakayama, Japan, 91. 
Hudson, James, Kosonia, I. T., 11. 
Hudson, John, Stated Clerk, Libertv Hill, 
Texas, 49. 

Hudson, M. D., , ., 76. 

Huffines, E. A., , , .50. 

Hughes, J. M., Water Valley, Ky., 55. 

Hughes, Martin, St. Joseph," Mo., 79. 

Hughey, J. H., Lincoln, 111., .52. 

Hughev, J. L., Eutield, III., 2. 

Humble, U. M., luka. III., 58. 

Humphreys, W. F., Moravia, Iowa, 111. 

Hunt, G. M., Flora, 111., .58. 

Hunt, M. A., Marvsville, Tenn., 36. 

Hunt, S. M., Stated Clerk, Belleville, Kan., 83. 

Hunter, Allison, West Union, Pa., 78. 

Hunter, B. L., McKinney, Tex., 115. 

Hunter, S. B., Guntersville, Ala., 85. 

Hunter, J. D., Oxanua, Ala., 99. 

Hutchison, C. W., Piper, Kan., 6. 

Inge, Richard, White Haven, Tenn., 60. 
I Ingram, B. A., Monticello, Ark., 9. 

Ingram, H. P., Plainsburgh, Cal., 88. 

Ingram, J. C. W., Ingram, Texas, 34. 
! Irvine, M. B., Warrensburgh, Mo., 48. 
I Irwin, A. J., luka. 111., .58. 
i Ish, T. A., Zephyr, Tex., 93. 

1 Jacoway, J. G., Trenton, Ga., 17. 

I Jackson, J. B., Lebanon, Teun., 59. 

I Jarrell, C. N., Gainesville, Tex., 35. 

I James, J. I)., Hampton, Ark., 9. 

j Jetfers, G. T., Brest, Mo., 76. 

! Jefferson, Thos., Rockv Comfort, Ark., 11. 

' Jeffrey, P. M., Mt. OliVe, Ark., 114. 

Jenkins, J. E., Princeton, Ind., 39. 

Jennings, William, Sarco.vie, Mo., 67. 

Jerrold, E. M., Clarksville, Mo., 90. 

Johns, \V. H., Trezevant, Tenn., 37. 

Johnson, A., Cliffy Dale, Mo., 89. 

Johnson, A. B., Ritchey, Mo., 67. 

Johnson, A. B., Stated Clerk, Berrvville, Ark. 
110. 

.Johnson, A. S., Doniphan, Mo., 113. 

Johnson, E. B., (ireentield, Tenn., 37. 

Johnson, E. M., Mattoon, 111., 106. 

Johnson, F. M., Biggsville, 111., 87. 

John.son, H. C, (ilceson, Tenn., 37. 

Johnson, J. E., Ozark, Ark., 5. 

John.son, J. T., Ohio Pyle, Pa., 10.5. 

Johnson, L. A., Tehuacana, Tex., 100. 

Johnson, M. C, Gainesville, Texas, 35. 

Johnson, N. D., Topeka, Kans., 41. 

John.son, P. F., Huntingdon, Tenn., 37. 

Johnson, S. M., Dry Branch, Mo., 89. 

Johnson, T. M., Brittsville, Tenn., 17. 

Johnson, W. A., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 

.lohnston, A. B., Stringtown, I. T., 11. 

Johnston, H. J., Howe Station, Neb., 66. 

.lohnston, J. M , Pctcrsbui-g, 111., 91. 

Johnston, R. F., Meridian, Miss., 68. 

Johnston, W. H., La Plata, -Mo., 4.5. 

.Johnston, W. W., Tampico, Ky., 22. 

Joiner, I. (i.. La Fayette, Ky., 23. 

.lolley, A., Fort Scott, Kan., 41. 

Jolly, J. v., Decatur, Tex., 35. 
I .Fones, If. A., Memphis, Teun., 60. 

Jones, E. R., Kosse, Tex.. 100. 

.loncs, .fohn C., Franklin, T(nin., 47. 
j Jones, J. H, W.. Trenton, Teun., 71. 
I .loues, .1. T., Daisy, Teun., 17. 

Jones, .1. T., (iolden City, .Mo., 76. 
i Jones, J. W., Cantfui, Kan., lU!. 

Jones, M. f)., , Ky., .55. 

Jones, R. F., White Wright, Tex., 12. 
I .lones, W. E., Charlotte, Tenn., 47. 
! .lones, W. H., I'"arber, .Mo., 90. 
I Jopling, J. T., Porterville, Cal., 104. 



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Juliau, J. A., Pilot I'imn, Tex., :<5. 
Julian, Lewis, Toledo, Ark., it. 

Kallinever, J. H., Paris, Ark., 4:i. 

Keasler" E. II., Atlanta, Te.\., 54. 

Kcaton, J. A., Atwood, Tenn., 37. 

Keener, .1. S., Mason town. Pa., 105. 

Keeton, J. M.. (iilison, Miss.. 08. 

Kelley, R. H., Herniosa, X. M., iV.i. 

Kellv, J. H., Kavetteville, Ark., 5. 

Kellv, W. IL, Yorka, Miss., &>. 

Kendall, A. <i., Alabam, Ark., 110. 

Kennedy, C. <;.. Wingo, Tenn., .55. 

Kennedy, H. I).. Bunceton, Mo., 6!t. 

Kennonj .S. K., Italy, Tex., 81. 

Kenny, \V. M., .lohnstown. Mo., %. 

Keown, C. (J., Lincoln, 111., ,')2. 

Kerr, 1). M., Morganton, Tenn., :W. 

Kerr, K. <)., Kenton, Tenn., 71. 

Kerr, .1. B., Davilla, Tex.. 4<t. 

Kerr, J. M., Chattield, Tex., 44. 

Kimberlin, M. H., Morgantown, Kv., .50. 

Kincaid, W. S., Alton, Mo., 11 L'. 

Kindred, Z. T., S>lgoliaehia, Ark., 27. 

King, C. A., CoU-liestor, 111., S7. 

King, E. I)., Hrooksville, .Mis.s., 68. 

King, F. Z., Mnll)errv, Tenn., 101. 

King, H. (;., TunnelHill, (ia., 31. 

King, I. W., Alexandria, Tenn., .59. 

King, .1. v., Wingo, Kv., 55. 

King, R. A., Stated rie'rk, Wilderness, Mo., 112. 

King, S. Kinis, Kansas (itv. Mo.. 48. 

King, W. H. H., Mincola.Tex., 8. 

Kinnard, I). C, Waco, Tex., 108. 

Kinsolving, W. A., Dulaney, Ky., 80. 

Kirkes, L. C, Lebanon, Tenn., 31. 

Kirkpatrick, .1. D., D.D., U-banon, Tenn., 47. 

Kirkpatrick, ,1. 1)., .Sharp, Ky., 5.5. 

Kirkpatrick, .1. R., Lebanon, Ore., 73. 

Kirkpatrick, W. A., White Wright, Texas, 12. 

Kistner, .1. B., Norwood, Mo., !l(i. 

Kittrell, ,I.-.S., I>ebanou, Tenn., 47. 

Kittrell, T. W., Pleasant .^hade, Tenn., !t5. 

Knowlton, ,1. S., Xolton, .Vrk., 14. 

Kno.x, I). A., Rising .Star, Tex., 13. 

Koehne, J. B., Pittsburgh, Pa., 78. 



Lack, F., St. Louis, Mo., !I8. 

Lackey, .1. A., Rice, Tex., 44. 

Lackey, J. F., Dan vers. 111., 52. 

Lackey, W. .1., Itasca, Te.x., 44. 

Laforce, (i. W., Euders, Ark., !i4. 

Lagrone, (t. W., Mt. Holly, Ark., 64. 

Laird, ,T. S., Saulsburv, Tenn., 10. 

Lamb, ,1. C, Rover, I'enn., 26. 

Lang, .1. (}., .Sterling, Col., 86. 

Langston, C. A., Newman, Cal., 88. 

Langston, W. A., Ehuwood, Ark., 110. 

Lanham, H. .!., ("oinmerce, Tenn., .liC 

Latimer, .1. 15., Kahoka, Mo., 45. 

Latta, E. C, Newman, Cal., 88. 

Latta, .T. L., M;ison, Tenn, 60. 

Latta, W. R., Maywood, Kan.. 6. 

Latham, .Io.sephus, ITniontown, Ind., 3!l. 

Laughlin, ,1. W., .Stated Clerk, Springfield, 

Mo., >)6. 
Lawler, F. E., Clarksville, Tex., 82. 
Lawrence, B. F., .Maysville, Ala., 68. 
Lawyer, F. P., Agua.scalieiites, Mexico, 87. 
Ix?ach, Finis, Benton, Ark., !I4. 
Lee, T. A., Bakers Cro.ss Roads, Tenn., 95. 
I^ech, F. E., Allianv, Tex., 13. 
L«'ech. T. A., .Moultim, Tex.. 34. 
Lemnion, R. .1. P., lienton. Ark., 94. 
I^eonard, W. (i.. Newbcrn, Tenn., 71. 
l^wis, J. 1>., Merced, Cal., 88. 
Lewis, L. D., Fort Payne, Ala., 99. 
Lewis, R. W. , Waxahachie, Texas, 81. 
Lewis, S. M.. San Saba, Tex., 93. 
Lewis, S. T., Alpine, Ark., 64. 
Lewis, W. C, Sinitliville, Tenn., .59. 



Liles, E. 11. , Sandy Lake, Pa., 3. 

Liles, M., I'nion Citv, Tenn., 71. 

Liiubird, >>ark, Belleville, Ark., 43. 

Lincoln, C. H., Birmingham, Ala., 97. 

Lindscv, W. Y., Whitfield, Tenn., 84. 

Lindslev, .1. B., 1).I>., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 

Linxwiiler, C. T., Tavlorville, 111., 106. 

Li.sh, .T. S., Cecil, Ark., 43. 

Li.st, A. N., Granfield, Mo., 76. 

Littrell, J. Cal., Warrensburgh, Mo., 48. 

Lloyd, .1. T., Big Rcnox, Kv., 22. 

Lockett, S. C., Liberty Hill,' Tex., 49. 

Logan, B. F., Independence, Mo., 48. 

Ix)gan, .Tames, Otterville, Mo., 69. 

Logan, .S. 1)., Lebanon, Tenn., 4. 

Logan, W. C, Alton, 111., 106. 

Long, .1. .S., Cynthiaiia, Ky., 42. 

Long. M. C, .Stated Clerk,'Fredonia, Kan., 41. 

Ixmgbottom, .7. A., .Selnia, Cal., 104. 

Loiison, R. F., Clio, Tenn., 31. 

Lt)uglirv, .1. N., Lascas.sas, Teun., .59. 

Love, T. S., Marshall, Mo., 69. 

Lovett, J. A. H., Ilunt.svillc, Ala., 85. 

Lowe, M., Aurora, Mo., 7(!. 

Lowey, .1. B., Carrsville, Ky., .so. 

Lowrance, .T. R., (Jarden City, Kan., 25. 

Lowrence, .1. B., (;larence, >Io., 45. 

Ix)wrence, .T. E., Woodbury, Tenn., 59. 

lyowrev, W. D., Stated Clerk, .Senecavillc, Ohio, 

65.' 
Lowry, J. II., Kincaid, Tenn., 36. 
Ixwry, .1. W., Caldwell, Kansas, 116. 
Lyon, P. A., Murfreesboro, Tenn., 26. 

Macpherson, C. O., Louisville, Ky., 41. 
Magee, Levi, Waterloo, Kan., 116. 
Mangum, B. (i., Anna, 111., 38. 
Manly, A. II., (;oodlett«vilIe, Tenn., 47. 
Mann, A. .T., Everett Springs, (ia.,.31. 
Mannon, II. W., Camden, Tenn., 37. 
Mansfield, R. C, Mexico. Mo., .56. 
Manton, Charles, Stat. Cl'k, Paris, Tex., 82. 
Margeson, B., Marshall, Mo., 69. 
Marshall, D. R., White House, Tenn., 47. 
Marshall, H. II., (JoodUttsville, Tenn., 47. 
Marshall, .Tames, Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
Marshall, .lesse, National Springs, Ark., 43. 
Martin, I. M., Ness Citv, Kan., 25. 
Martin, I M., Rusk, 'lexas, 103. 
Martin, .loseph, Ness C'ily, Kan., 116. 
Martin, .lames, Marshall. Slo., ()9. 
Martin, .1. E., Au.stin, Ark., 94. 
Martin, J. .M., Mansfield, Texas, 81. 
Mashburn, W. H., Western (irove. Ark., 110. 
Ma.son, .T. A., Stat. Cl'k, Forrest Citv, Ark., 14. 
Mathis, (J. W., Warrensburgh, Mo.," 48. 
Mathis, W. A., Mt. Iloreb, Tenn., 46. 
Mattinglv, E. W., Calhoun, Kv., 4. 
Maupin,'R. S., Westville, Mo.," .56. 
May, .1. T., Auburn, 111., 91. 
McAmis, T. B., .Murfreesboro, Tenn., .59. 
McBride, C. W., Marshall, Mo., 69.' 
McBrvde, And. M., Coneh tta, Mi.s.s., 62. 
McBrvde, W. P., Staled Clerk, Ethel, Miss., 

118. 
McCall, S., Belleville, Kan., 83. 
McCartv, J. M., Ilillsboro, Tex., 41. 
McClarv, I. A., Parksville, Tenn.. 17. 
McClarv,<). B., Parksville, Tenn., 17. 
MeClellan, A. L., Stated Clerk, Willow Point, 

Texas, 77. 
McClelland, W. C., Stated Clerk, Brooks, Iowa, 

111. 
MeClerkiu, .lohn, Roanoke, Tex., 35. 
MeiUiiiey, P., Deport, Texits, .82. 
.McClunev, Thomas, Springville, .Via., 97. 
McClure.T. .S, Oaktown, Ind., 39. 
.MeClurkan, ,1. ()., Selma, Cal., 104. 
MeClurkan, W. II., l^wndale, Tex., 8. 
McConnell, C. C.. Holden. Mo., 48. 
.^IcConnell, M. W., Baker's Cro.ss Roads, Tenn., 

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McConuell, S. P., Sugar, Ala., 57. 1 

McCorinick, P. B., Princeton, Ind., :». 
McCroskey, E. .1., Fayetteville, Tenn., 101. 
McOro.skey, Solon, Madlsonville, Tenn., 36. 
McCullough, A. D.. Klgin, Tex., 21. 
McCutfhau, J. F., Whiteville, Tenn., 53. 
-MeCutchen, .1. >!., Fremont, Texas, 77. 
McDavid, A. B., Bethanv, 111., 24. 
McDavid, T. W., Colleen, 111., 106. 
McDavid, W. J., Irving', 111., 106. 
McDavitt, N., Rocktield, Ky., .i(). 
McDonald, <t. B., Ureenville, Kv., 4. 
McDonald, .1. F., Ethel, Mi.ss., l"lS. 
McDonald, .T. A., Bowling <rreen, Kv., .50. 
McDonald, .1. N., Bellbiukle, Tenn., 26. 
McDowell, A. W., Union Citv, Tenn., 71. 
McElree, R. L., Alvarado, Tex., 81. 
McElvain, S. H., Stated Clerk, Fort Smith, 

Ark., 43. 
McElwain, D., Trenton, Tenn., 37. 
McFarland, F. M., Sherman, Tex., 12. 
McFarland, S. L., BluflTton, Tex., 49. 
McGaughey, E. P., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
McCiaughey, J. F., Arlington, Tenn., 60. 
McGee, H.D., Spencerburg, Mo, 90. 
McGee, T. H., Henderson, Tenn., .53. 
McGee, W. V., Cottage Grove, Ore., 117. 
McGhee, Z. M., Stated Clerk, Dalton, Ga., 31. 
McUill, R. A., Beech Grove, Tenn., 26. 
McGlumphy, A. J., D.D., LL.D., Marshall, 

Mo., 69. 
McHalstead, W. A., Henderson, Tenn., 53. 
McHenry, R. H., Middletown, 111., 91. 
McKamy, .1. A., Waco, Texas, 108. 
McKarav, W. C, Macomb, 111., 87. 
McKav,".!. W., Pittsburgh, Pa., 78. 
McKee, S. W., Dial, Tex., 12. 
McKee, T. N., Woodbury, Tex., 44. 
McKelvey, John, Culleoka, Tenn., 84. 
McKelvev, W. B., Appleton, Tenn., 84. 
McKelvv'. .1., Milton Vale, Kan., 83. 
McKen/'ie, W. E., Peitey, Ala., 85. 
McKimmev, W. P., French Camp, Miss., 118. 
McKnight.'.T. H., Emberson, Tex., 82. 
McKnlght, J. M., West Salem, Wis., 30. 
McLamrock, D. L., Rector, Ark., 14. 
McLaurv, D. A , Colonic, Mo., 19. 
McLean', E. G., D.D., Walla Walla, Wash., 109. 
McLeniore, Y. L., Bright Star, Ark., 54. 
McLeod, D., Brooksville, Miss., 68. 
Mcl^eskey, .lo., Gardner, Tenn., 37. 
McMacki'n, S. A., Wavlaud Springs, Tenn., 84. 
McMahan, C. G. L., Weaubleau, Mo., 76. 
McMahan, J. A., South Lake Weir, Fla., 29. 
McMahon, W. S., Medina, Tenn., .5.3. 
McMurry, G. W., .Tordan's Valley, Tenn., 59. 
McNabb, N. B., Enterprise, Ark., 43. 
McNamar, A., Willetts, Cal., 15. 
MePherron, .L M., Virden, 111., 91. 
McPhersou, S. A., Sullivan, Mo., 89. 
McQuay, .1. F., Norris City, 111., 28. 
McShan, .1.^^., Verona, Miss., 10. 
McWherter, G. W., -Mt. Vernon, O., 7. 
McWherter, L., Greencvillc, Tenn., 46. 
McWherter, R. L., Mt. Vernon, O , 20. 
McWillams, E. L., Kosciusko, .Miss., 118. 
-Mead, .1. W., Winnsboro, Tex., 32. 
Means, ,T. I., Tarant\im, Pa., 3. 
Means, W. C, Toronto, Kan., 41. 
Medcalf, W. M., Vincennes, Ind., 39. 
Meek, .1. .7., Sardis, .Miss., 75. 
Menzies, .lames, Bradford, O., 61. 
Messick, E. H., Howe, Tex., 12. 
.Milam, W. E., Burkesville, Ky., 22. 
Milholland, .1. H., Chandlcrville, 111., 91. 
Miller, A. B., D.D., LL.D., Waynesburgh, Pa., 

78. 
Miller, John, Blooming Grove, Tex., 44. 
Miller, J. (i., Olivcburg, Pa., 3. 
Miller, J. H., Dawnville, (fa., 31. 
Miller, J. H., Evansville, Ind. 39. 
Miller, M. C, Stated Cl'k, Pierce City, Mo., 67. 



Miller, R. D., Peter-sburgh, 111., 91. 
Milligan, M. G., Choccolocco, .-Via., 99. 
Milling, J. M., Di.\oii, Mi.ss., 62. 
Milner, H. B., Clarksville, Ark., 27. 
Mitchell, B. G., Oxford, Miss., 75. 
Mitchell, D. L., Forestburgh, Tex., 35. 
Mitchell, G. W., D.D., Wales, Tenu., 84. 
Mitchell, J. B., D.D., Stated Clerk, Kirksville, 

Mo., 45. 
Mitchell, J. H., Bryan, Tex., 92. 
Mitchell, J. W., Odessa, Mo., 48. 

Mitchell, T. H., , , 4. 

Mivoshi, Bunta, , Japan . 47. 

Moad, G. L., Bel ton. Mo., 48. 
Mock, Z. H. C, Holden, Mo., 48. 
Mollov, D. G., Alvarado, Texas, 81. 
ilolloy, J. T., Favetteville, Ark., 5. 
Molloy, R. W., Gainesville, Tex., 35. 
Momyer, J. C, Petersbiirgh, 111., 91. 
Montgomery, G. W., Mclveesport, Pa., 105. 
Montgomery, G. W., Newman, 111., 30. 
Montgomery, .T. D., Pittsburgh, Kan., 76. 
Montgomery, James F., Appleton, Ark., 27. 
Montgomery, L. N., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Montgomery, U. L., Stated Clerk, Franklin , 

Ind., 107. 
-Moody, B. F., Hillsboro, Ore., 73. 
Moody, Eugene, Lebanon, Tenn., 68. 
Moore, \. A., Wellington, Mo., 48. 
Moore, .\. B., Springfield, Mo., 96. 
Moore, A. N., Favette\'ille, Tenn., 101. 
Moore, B. F., Canon City, Col., 86. 
Moore, D. F., Wielaud, Tex., 32. 
Moore, D. J., Sulphur Springs, Texas, 32. 
Moore, F. M., Atchison, Kan., 6. 
Moore, J. C, Stated Clerk, I>eoti, Kan., 25. 
Moore, J. J., Stated Clerk, Lewisville, Tex., 35. 
Moore, J. M., Llano, Tex., 49. 
Moore, J. P., Hohenlinden, Miss., 118. 
Moore, M. E., Green Ridge, Mo., 69. 
Moore, R. J., WhitweU, Tenn., 17. 
Moorman, R. A. A., Hickory Valley, Tenn., .53. 
Morgan, A. H., Marengo, Tenn., 95." 
Morgan, J. H., Perrv, Kan., 6. 
Morphis, J. H., Grand Ridge, 111., 52. 
Morris, E. E., West Point, Mi.ss., 68. 
Morris, G. E., Benleyville, Ky., 70. 
Morris, .1. Reed, Jackson Center, Pa., 3. 
Morris, ,1. R., Larkinsvillc, Ala., 85. 
Morris, W. A., Salona, Texas, 33. 
Morrison, M. A., Blueford, 111., 58. 
Morrow, I)., Barren Fork, Ark., 114. 
Morrow, E. E., Oxford, Ark., 114. 
Morrow, George, Hoonsboro, .\rk., 5. 
Morrow, J. W., Westport, .Mo., 48. 
Morion, J. H., Stated Clerk, Ru.ssellville, Ky., 

50. 
Motheral, N. W., Hanford, Cal., 104. 
Mount, J. W., McKenzie, Tenu., 37. 
Mulder, T. L., .\damsvillc, Tenn., 53. 
Munkers, LaFayette, Kearney, Mo., 79. 
Murray, S. H., Agency, -Mo., 79. 
Murray, W. M., Owensville, Ind., 39. 
Myatt,' E., Mount Vernon, .Vrk., 94. 
Myers, I. H., Dale, Ind., 63. 
Myers, J. B., Sparta, Tenn.. 95. 



Naiike, T. L., Dallas, Ark., 43. 
Nason, W. P., La Belle, Mo., 45. 
Nations, T. B., Blountsville, .Via., 97. 
Ncedham, John, Trimble, Tenn., 71 
Neel, J. T., Stated Clerk, Merrittstown, Pa., 105. 
Needy, W. M., Lawrencoburgh, Tenn., 84. 
New, N. L., Stated Clerk, Scio, Ore., 73. 
Newlwrry, W. C, (ileeson, Tenn., 37. 
Newton, Frank, Beda, Ky., 72. 
Newton, W. H., Cornersville, Ark., 9. 
Nidiols, (i. W., Edywood, Tenn., 16. 
Nicholson, H. (!., Pilot Point, Tex., 3.5. 
Nicholson, J. B., White Wright, Tex., 12. 
Nickel!, W. N., Stat. Cl'k, Janiesport, Mo., 19. 



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Nicodemus, J. \V., Taylorville, 111., 106. 
Nixon, W. T., Lawrencflnirgh, Tenn., 84. 
Norman, .1. F., Uiil^^e, .Miss., 10. 
Noriuan, .1. H., Tnion Star, .Mo., 79. 
Nonnent, W. M., Whiteville, Tenn., .53. 
Norris, J. T., Elroy, Ky., 22. 
Nonis, It. W., Colchester, 111., 87. 
Norri.s, W. C, Sunset, Texas, 32. 
Norrell, A. B., Butlalo (iap, Tex.. 13. 
Norvell, J. S., Dougla.ss, Texas, 102. 
Nunn, N. G., Sulphur Rock, .\rk., 114. 

Oakes, O. M. C, New Florence, Mo., 90. 
Oakley, .1. C, Mt. Holly, .\rk., 74. 
O'Banion, Jesse, Omega, Ark., 110 
Odell, A., Pomona, Kan., 41. 
Oglcsby, S. (;., Helena, Ala., 1. 
Oglesbv, S. S., Birmingham, Ala., 1. 
O'^Kellv, W. II., Steelvillc, Mo., »d. 
Oldham,.!. P., Francis, Ala., 97. 
Oldham, W. S., Selkirk, Kan., 2.5. 
Oliver, R. B., Dall.i.s, Tex., 115. 
Onvett, H. I)., D.I)., .Mt. Zion, 111., 24. 
Orr, K. .1., Stella, Tenn., M. 
Orr, Z. T., Shawnee Mound, Mo., 48. 
Osburn, F. M., Erin, Tenn., 16. 
Overall, I. W., Dougla.ss, Tex., 102. 
Owen, A. .J., Fair Dealing, Miss., 69. 
Owen, \V. D., .\rcadia. La., 51. 
Owen, W. P., Trenton, Tenn., 71. 
Owenby, William, Elk Flat, Ore., 109. 

Padgett, T. H., Bowling Green, Mo., 90. 
Paisley, A. W., Mills, Tex., 100. 

Paisley, E. D., , . 1. 

Paisley, .J. M., C'ampbollsville, Tenn., 84. 

Pantiere, .lames, Harper, Kan., 116. 

Param, T. T., Beebe, Ark., 94. 

Park, .Tames A., (iarrison, Mo., 96. 

Park, H. D., Greeneville, Tenn., 46. 

Parker, F. W., Woodburn, Ore., 73. 

Parks, R. C, Wagoner, I. T., 18. 

Parkhurst, C. B., Wintidd, Kan., 116. 

Parrish, H. S., Burke.sville, Kv., 22. 

Pascoe, II., Visalia, Cal., 104. 

Patterson, S. 8., Stated Clerk, IVjrden, Cal., 88. 

Patterson, W. A., Stated Clerk, Hillsboro, Tex., 

44. 
Fatten, Daniel, Richmond, Mo., 79. 
Patton, H. D., Wilkcsbarre, Pa., 78. 
Patton, .1. F., Statesville, Tenn., 59. 
Patton, J. O , Brownsville, Pa., 105. 
Patton, .7. .J., Beech Grove, Tenn., 26. 
Patton, .1. R., Louisiana, Mo., 90. 
Patton, .1. 8., Daingertield, Tex., .54. 
Patton, M. C, Keytesville, Mo., 56. 
Patton, R. F., Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
Payne, J. L., Stated Clerk, Winchester, Tenn., 

26. 
Pearson, .\lonzo, St. Joseph, Mo., 79. 
Pearson, E. D., D.D., Stated Clerk, Louisiana, 

Mo. , 90. 
Pearson, E. S., Oxford, Ark., 114. 
Pearson, J. W., Tehuacana, Tex., 100. 
Pearson, R. G., D.D., Asheville, N. C, 47. 
Pemberton, .7. A., Beebe, Ark., 94. 
Pendergrass, T. W., Visalia, Cal., 104. 
Penick, Thomas, Wellington, Kan., 116. 
Perkins, Silas, McKinney, Tex., 115. 
Perkins, W. H., Rocklield, Ky., .50. 
Perry, H. F., Fairview, Ky., 23. 
Perry, W. M., liowling Green, Ky., .50. 
PerrV, W. O. H., .Stated Clerk, Odessa, Mo., 

7'9. 
Peter, G., Stringtown, I. T., 11. 
Peter, Stephen, Woodvillc, I. T., 11. 
Pevton, W. G., .Strawn, Tex., 13. 
Pharr, E. P., Currvville, .Mo., 90. 
Pharr, E. W., Liberty, Ark., 74. 
Phillev, J. Y., Pickens, Mis.s., 118. 
Phillips, J., Vernon, Tex., :«. 
Phillips, L. C, Marysville, Tex., :15. 



Phillips, R. T., Tvler, Tex., 8. 

Phillips, .S. K., .Selby, Tenn., 9.5. 

Phillips R. S., Juno, Tenn., 53. 

Pickens, Rome, Plea.sant .Site, Ala., 57. 

Piercv, William, (iranburv, Tex., 81. 

Pierson, B. H., D.I)., Witcherville, Ark., 43. 

I'inkston, H., Verona, Mo., 76. 

Piper, J. H.. Ashlev, Mo., 90. 

Pirtle, B. J., Toons, Tenn., .53. 

Plummer, (r. W., .Sparta, Mo., 96. 

Pollock, Frank, New Bloomfield, Mo., .56. 

Pool, T. G., College Mound, Mo., 56. 

Porter, B. D., Center, Kv., 22. 

Porter, J. A., Omaha, Hi., 28. 

Porter, J. S., .Stated Clerk, Springville, Ala., 97. 

Porter, S. T., .Springtield, Tenn., 47. 

Porter, .S. W., Belcherville, Texa.s, 33. 

Poteet, J. A., Foster, Mo., 48. 

Potter, Thoma.s, Jerseyville, 111., 91. 

Powell, R. F., Stated Clerk, Dunbar, Neb., 06. 

Power, J. J., Center Hill, Ala., 8.5. 

Powers, C. B., St. Joseph, Mo., 79. 

Prall, F. G., Tarkio, Mo., 79. 

Pratber, E. L., Stanford, 111., 52. 

Prather, J. A., Odes.sa, Mo., 48. 

Prather, L. J. A.. Hood, Ark., 5. 

Prather, M. E., Shelbyville, Tenn., 26. 

Preston, W. B., .leff'erson, Texas, 54. 

Prewitt, A. M., .Stated Clerk, Arrovo Grande 

Cal., 15. 
Price, James F., Stated Clerk, Marion, Ky., 80. 
Price, J. L., Woodburv, Kv., .50. 
Price, J. T., Pikeville,'Tenn., 17. 
Proctor, F. M., Alvard, Tex., 33. 
Provine, J. C, D.D., I^jbanon, Tenn., 47. 
Provine, W. A., Princeton, Ind., 47. 
Prvmon, L. J. A., .Staunton, Ark., 5. 
Pryor, E. G. H., Whitwell, Tenn., 17. 
Pryor, R. M., Lick Creek, 111., 28. 
Pylant, Guilford, Boonsboro, Ark., 5. 

Quaite, W. G. L., Hopkinsville, Ky., 23. 
yuarles, T. C, Whitleyville, Tenn., 95. 

Radford, S. M., Coldwater, Ky., 55. 

Ragan, E. S., Lock Spring, Mo., 19. 

Ragan, J. M., Jamesport, Mo., 19. 

Ragan, J. W., Donelton, Tex.,. 32. 

Ramsey, H. B., Memphis, Teun., 60. 

R;imsey, .S. M., .Stated C'lerk, Coultersville, 

Tenn.. 17. 
Randall, L. J., Fort Worth, Tex., .35. 
Randall, T. G., Havnesville, La., 51. 
Randolph, M. S., Enfield, 111., 28. 
Rankin, A. F., Bellbuckle, Tenn., 26. 
Ratcliff, John, Denton, Tex., 35. 
Ratlitr, W. C, Mount Plea.sant, Tenn., 84. 
Ravens, D. F., Vulcan, Wash., 109. 
Rawls, E. L., Chouteau, I. T., 18. 
R;iv, Henrv, Marble, Ark., 110. 
Rav, H. J., Cuba, Tenn., 60. 
Rav, .lames B., Marble, Ark., 110. 
Reii, P. <;., Marshall, Mo., 69. 
Rea, S. L., luka. III., .58. 
Read, M. E., Quality Vallev, Kv., .50. 
Read, W. M., Lexington, .Mo., 48. 
Reagon, C. ('•., Ozark, Ark., 5. 
Reed, ErskineJ Na.shville, Tenn., 47. 
Reed, H. R., Dver, Tenn., 37. 
Reed, H. W., Bradford, Tenn., 37. 
Reed, J. M., Oaksda e, Wjush., 109. 
Reed, R. T., Huntland, Tenn., 101. 
Reeves, (i. W., R<i.sston, Ark., 74. 
Reid, J. W., Stated Clerk, .Salona, Tex., 33. 
Renick, .\. R., Center Point, Tex., 34. 
Renick, J. M., I.exington, Tex., 21. 
Revhorn, C. H., I>ebanon, Tenn., 59. 
Reynolds, (i. W., Berdan, III., 91. 
Rice, L. C, Ma.s,sack, Kv., .55. 
Rice, P. A., (iraud .lunction. Col., 86. 
Richard, H. M., EUenorah, Mo., 79. 
Richards, J. L., Troupe, Tex., 103. 



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Richardson, I. O'B., Center, Tex., 102. 
Kiehardson, Thunuan, Cecilian, Ky., 70. 
Ricketts, R. D., Mount Pleasant, Tenn., 84. 
Ridlev, G. V., Warrensburgh, Mo., 48. 
Riggins, J. W., Waco, Tex., 108. 
Rilev, J. L., Fairfield, 111., 2. 
Riley, P. M.,Wliitesbovo, Tex., 35. 
Rippetoe, A., Watauga, Tex., S.5. 
Ritchey, D. P., McMinnville, Tenn., .59. 
Ritchev, J. W., West Plains, Mo., 112. 
Ritchey, N. H., Wellington, Kan., 116. 
Ritchey, S. .T., Galewood, Ky., 72. 
Ritter,'.T. C, Concord, Tenn., 36. 
Roach, E. M., Ozarlc, Ark., 110. 
Roach. J. E., Macomb, 111., 87. 
Roachj T. K., Holton, Kan., 6. 
Robertson, J. E. F., Ciarksburgh, Mo., 69. 
Robertson, S. L., West Plains, Mo., 112. 
Robinson, Calvin, Caddo, I. T., 11. 
RoI)inson, J. A., Stated Cl'k, Guion, Tex., 93. 
Robinson, J. <r., Pleasant Hill, Miss., 75. 
Robinson, J. L., Henderson, Ky., 4. 
Robison, W. M., Little Rock, Ark., 94. 
Rogan, F. A., Prairie Plains, Texas, 92. 
Rodgers, A. AV., Vernon, Tex., 33. 
Rodgei-s, E. R., Taylorville, 111., 106. 
Rodgers, J. F., Greeuview, 111., 91. 
Rodgers, S. A., Hieo, Tex., 108. 
Rogers, W. J., Dallas, Texas, 115. 
Rogers, W. P., Ozark, Ark., 5. 
Rogers, W. T., Lebanon, Tenn., 89. 

Rogers, , , Bogota, Texas, 82. 

Rolev, W. T., Olney, 111., 90. 
Rose', J. B., Paola, Kan., 41. 
Ross, W. C, Macon, Miss., HH. 
Routt, J. L., Moberly, Mo., 56. 
Rudolph, W. D., Massack, Ky., 55. 

Rud.dph, W. D., , ., 110 

Rush, J. D., Siloaiu Springs, Ark., c 

Rushing, G. W., Veal's .Station, Tex., 77. 

Rushing, W. C, Cleburne, Texas, 81. 

Russell, C. A., Early, Tex., 3.5. 

Russell, C. C, Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 

Russell, D. B., Tower Hill, 111., 106. 

Russell, Frank, Stated Clerk, Holden, Mo., 48. 

Russell, G. B., Fort Payne, Ala., 99. 

Russell, J. A., Hartsville, Mo., 96. 

Russell, J. P., Cabot, Ark., 94. 

Russell, Matt., Veal's Station, Texas, 77. 

Russell, S. L., D.D., Stated Clerk, Gaylesville, 

Ala. 99. 
Russell.'w.R., Dadeville, Mo., 76. 
Rye, J. J., Henrietta, Tenn., 47. 

Sadler, A. M., Hutlnuin, Ala., 97. 
Sadler, S. A., Fort Scott, Kan., 41. 
Sallis, .1. W., Delaware, Ark., 43. 
Sanunons, T. C, St'd Cl'k, McfJregor, Tex., 108. 
Sampson, V. N., Fairfield, 111., 2. 
Sanders, C. B., Scottsboro, Ala., 68. 
Sanders, C. C, Molino, Tenn., 101. 
Sanders, R. E., Tehuaeana, Tex., 100. 
Sanders, R. H., Starkville, Miss., 68. 
Handidge, W. H. C., Columbia, Ky., 22. 
Sandlin, A. B., Ashniore, 111., 30. 
Sa.ssamon, 1'. J., Cove, Ark., 64. 
Sassamon, P. A., Ultima Thule, Ark., 64. 
Satterwhite, .1. D., Bonne Terre, Mo., 98. 
Scott, S. D., Stephensburgh, Ky., 70. 
Scruggs, B. C, Camden, Tenn., 37. 

Sears, H. W., , , 47. 

Self, C. W. C, Douglass, Tex., 102. 
Self, I. B., Stated Clerk, Denver, Col., 86. 
Self. W. F., (ireeneville, Tenn., 46. 
Shannon, T. J., Rockfield, Ky., .50. 
Shar)), E. C, Pleasant Hope, .Mo., 96. 
Sharp, G. W., Kirksville, Mo., 45. 
Sharp, .1. E., .Marshall, Mo., 69. 
Sharp, .1. M., Los Angeles, Cal., 108. 
Shaw, .1. A., Oxford, Ark., 114. 
Shaw, W. E., (Jreentiehl, Mo., 76. 
Shaw, W. H., Austin, Tex., 21. 



Sheldrake, G. H., Mavtield, Ky., 71. 

Shell, S. Lee, Brooks, Ark., 9. 

Shelton, A. G., Ozark, Ark., .5. 

Shelton, .7. N., Petersburg, 111., 91. 

Sherar, R. H., Paola, Kan., 41. 

Sliinn, J. W., Lockesburgh, Ark., 64. 

Shook, H. C, Bucklin, Mo., 19. 

Shook, R. D., Scottsboro, Ala., 85. 

Short, A., Hubbell, Neb., S3. 

Shiflet, F. M., Windsor, Mo., 48. 

Shull, S. R., Greenfield, Mo., 96. 

Silveus, W. F., Covington, O., 61. 

Silvius, G. H., Tusculum, Tenn., 46. 

Simpson, G. M., Paris, Tex;is, 82. 

Simpson, L. G., Doniphan, Mo., 113. 

Sims, R. .!., Oaksdale, Wash., 109. 

Sitton, J. J., San Francisco, Cal., 15. 

Skaggs, J. A., Visalia, Cal., 104. 

Skiles, E. R.. Healdton, I. T., 35. 

Slankard, J. H., Norris City, 111., 28. 

Sligar, J. M., Phelps City, Mo., 79. 

Sloop, M. L., .\thens, Tenn., 36. 

Small, J. M., Bowie, Tex., 33. 

Small, T. H., Silverton, Ore., 73. 

Smith, E. B., Altoona, Kansas, 41. 

Smith, G. C, Harrisburgh, 111., 28. 

Smith, H. F., Newburgh, Ind., 39. 

Smith, J. C, Argo, Ala., 97. 

Smith, .1. M., Stated Cl'k, Mt. Pi.sgah, Ark., 94. 

Smith, .Tames P., Gadsden, Ala., 99. 

Smith, Joe A., Cleveland Ark., 27. 

Smith, ,1. H., Parham, Teun., 47. 

Smith, .1. W., Enders, Ark., 94. 

Smith, .T. W., Hubbard, Ark., 44. 

Smith, .1. W. L., Fairmount, Ga., 31. 

Smith, L. A., Spottsville, Ark., 74. 

Smith, M. M., Bowling Green, Kv., 50. 

Smith, M. O., .Sebastopol, Cal., 15. 

Smith, R. D., Louisiana, Mo., 39. 

Smith, R. M., El.sa, 111., 91. 

Smith, R. P., Dexter, Tenn., 60. 

Smith, T. G., Whitlevville, Tenn., 95. 

Smith, T. N., Sardis, Tenn., ,53. 

Smith, AV. O., Catlin, ., 30. 

Smith, Willis, Stated Clerk, Owensboro, Ky., 

72. 
Smith, W. P., Do vie, Tenn., 9,5. 
Snavelv, J. F., Thackerville, I. T., 3o. 
Sneed,"W. .1., Ewiug, 111., ,58. 
Snelson, A. C, Star Vallev, Kau., 41. 
Snider, W. C, Mattoon, 111., 48. 
Spann, (>. ('., Weatherfoid, Texas, 77. 
Sparks, W. C, Eugene, Ore., 117. 
Speegle, .1. D.. .San Antonio, Texas, 34. 
Speegle, W. M., Mangum, Texas, 33. 
Speuce, W. W., Clarkton, Mo., 113. 
Spencer, Benj., D.D., Terrell, Tex., 8. 
.Spencer, Wm., Fall River, Kan., 41. 
Sprowls, J. P., D.D., Waynesburgh, Pa., — . 
Springer, J. D., Robinson's Mills, Mo., 96. 
Spurlock, J. F., Arcadia, La., 51. 
Squier, E. K., D.D., Kansas Citv, Mo., 78. 
Stainback, G. T., D.D., McMinnville, Tenn., 59. 
Stanfield, U. W., Double Springs, Tex., 35. 
Stansberry, T. (J., Stated Clerk, Benton, Kan., 

116. 
Starues, .V. A., Lost .Mountain, Tenn., 46. 
St. Clair, (i. W., Clifton Mills, Ky., 70. 
Steele, I. D., Stated Clerk, .lacksou, Tenn., ,53. 
Steele, L., Harrisonville, O., 7. 
Stei>hens, A. IL, Stated Clerk, Sedalia, Mo., 69. 
Stephens, B. F., Black .lack Grove, Tex., 32. 
Stephens, .]. V., ,st. Louis, Mo., 9S. 
Stopbeiis, W. II., (iolden City, Mo., 7ii. 
Stevens, .7. .V., Salem, .Mo., 89. 

Stevens, .1. B., , , 47. 

Stevenson, .1. S., Hubbell, Neb., 83. 
Stewart, C. .1., J..annir, .\rk., 27. 
Stewart, .S T,, Streator, 111., 78. 
Stinnett, .1. W., Lampasas, Tex., 49. 
St. .John, W. P., Blount.sville, Ala., 97 
Stoekard, A. C, Waverly, Teuu.. 16. 



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Stockard, A. N., Adaiusville, Teiiii., 53. 
•Stockard, (i. C, Olive Mill, Tenn., S4. 
•Stockinger, W. M., I'aragould, Ark., 14. 
.Stockton, E. I)., Ozark, Ark., .'>. 
.Stockton, E. .)., Park'.s .Store, Ala., Ho. 
Stone, H. M., .\Iaysville, Ala., s.5. 
Sione, J. W., Winthe.ster, Tenn., 101. 
.Strain, B. B., Blue .Springs, Mi.ss., 10. 
.Stravliorn, N. '1'., Austin, Tex., 21. 
.Strickland, G. W., Sweatnian, Miss., 118. 
Strickland, H. H., Argonia, Kan., IIG. 
Sturgeon, James, Eveleigh, Ky., 70. 
.Suddarth, W. \V., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Sullivan, John \V., Clarksville, Teun., 47. 
.Sullivan, O. L., Berklev, .Ala., 8.5. 
Sullivan, W. F., Berklev, Ala., 85. 
Sullivan, W. T., Hope, Ark., 64. 
Summers, S. AV., Mont Eagle, Tenn., 85. 
Suttle, Silas L., Klin Springs, .Vrk., 5. 
Swain, A. .T., \Vindridge, la., 7<S. 
Swearlugin, M. W., Marengo, Tenn., 95. 
Sweeney, A. W., Walla Walla, Wash., 109. 

Taliaferro, ('. P., .\thens, Ala., 85. 
Tallev, J. C, (iadsden, .Via., 99. 
Tallv, C. H., Nashville, Ark., 64. 
Tarpley, B., Midway, Te.\as, 92. 
Tatiim, A. C, Burt, Tenn., •)9. 
Tavlor, A. M., ICrin, Tenn., 16. 
Tavlor, B. K., Chisniville, Ark., 43. 
Tavlor, B. .M., Hubbard, Tex., 44. 
Taylor, L. ('., .Meridian, Texas, 108. 
Tavlor, S. A., Franklin, Teun., 47. 
Teilford, W. W., Hickory i^lains, .Vrk., 94. 
TempU'iuan, .1. 11., .Sturgis, Ky., 4. 
TeiuplctoM, J. C, Beech Grove, Teun., 2(3. 
Tenipleton, .S. M., Rockwall, Tex., 115. 
Teini)leton, W. <;., Weatherford, Texas, 77. 
Terrell, W. H., Bushncll, Fla., 29. 
Tharp, J. H., King ritv. Mo., 79. 
Thonuis, B. F., I'ost Oa'k, Mo., 48. 
Thnnias, Epliraim, Oakland <-'ity, Ind., 39. 
Thomas, .1. K., Brest, Mo., 67. 
Thomas, R. S., D.U., Coffeeville, Miss., 75. 
Thompson, A. M., Dallas, Texas, 36. 
Tliompsoii, E. E., (ioldeu City, Mo., 76. 
Thomp.son, I. G., Montrose, Mo., 48. 
Thomp.son, I. L., Sniithville, Tenn., .59. 
Thomp.son, J. ('., Stat. (Tk, (iolconda, 111., 38. 
Thompson, W. W., Princeton, .Via., 8."). 

Thornton, T T., , ., 102. 

Thurmun, W. l".. Prescolt, .\rk., 64. 
Tigcrt, J. B., Howell .'Station, Tenn., 101. 
Tinnun, R. M., D.D . Fort Worth, Tex., 81. 
Tipps, E. Iv, Henderson, Tex., 102. 
Tipton, B. T., Kussellville, Mo., 69. • 
Tonev, Thomas, (Jreeulield, Mo., 96. 
Totten, B. F., Steptoe, Wash., 109. 
Travis, W. C. M., Weston, Kv., so. 
Tucker, I)., Favetteville, Teiin., 101. 
Turner, C. A. ('., Crossville, 111., 2. 
Turner, H. .S., Monticello, Ky., 22. 
Tunu-r, Wni., Eiucolu, 111., 91. 
Tnniey, J. M.. Zephyr, Texas, 93. 
Tyler, F. .1., Birmingham, Ala., 97. 

L'ptigrove, E. L., Brownsville, Neb., 66. 
Upton, C. C, Aurora, Tex., 35. 

Van Emmons, C. K., Lampasas, Tex., 49. 
Van Patton, J. C, Davtou, Wash., 109. 
Vanausdal, A., Chapel Hill, Mo., 48. 
Vandeventer, !»., Delavan, 111., .52. 
Vaniuirn, (J. W., O.saka, Japan, 105. 
Van Horn, .1. M., Congleton, Ky., 72. 
Vann, J. W., Ingram, Texas, 34. 
Vannice, R. L., Waukou, Iowa, 20. 

Vaughn, M. .M., , Texas, 32. 

Vaughn, R. 1'., Big Flat, Ark., 110. 
Vineyard, P. J., Dallas, Texas, 8. 
Vineyard, William, Karber's Ridge, 111., 38. 
Waggoner, ,1. B., Hartford, Ky., 22. 



Waleher, M. L., Caldwell, Kan., 116. 
Walker, D. L. Oakland, I. T., :55. 
Walker, J. F., .Savannah, Tenn., 84. 
Walker, J. M., Kenton, Tenn., 71. 
Walker, J. R., Dayton, Teun., 17. 
Walker, R. S., Clifton, Tenn., 84. 
Walker, W. A., Clinton, Mo., 48. 
Walker, W. C, Newi.ort, Tex., 33. 
Walker, W. J., Plevna, Ala., 8.5. 
Walker, W. W., Ellsworth, Ark., 43. 
Walker, Z. T., Burnt Prairie, 111., 2. 
Wall,(i. N., .Salem, 111., 78. 
Wallace, C. H., Medford, Oregon, 117. 
Wallace, .S. D., Greenwich, Kan., 116. 
Wal.ston, W. .v., Wadesborough, Ky., .55. 
Ward, J. A., D.D., Oor.sicana, Tex., 44. 
Ward, J. S., Caueyville, Kv., 70. 
Waid, R. B., Independence, Mo., 48. 
Ward, W. H., Lovelaceville, Ky., .55. 
Warner, W. .!., Asjien, Col., 86. 
Warren, J. B., Petersburgh, Tenn., 26. 
Warren, J. H., Petersbur^jh, Tenn., 26. 
Washington, Ben, Boggv Depot, 1. T., 11. 
Watkins, .V. .S., Wildcat, Tex., 8. 
Watkins, R. O., Kemp, Vex.., S. 
Watkins, W. W., Ajipleton, Ark., 27. 
Watson, B. T., Princeton, Kv., 80. 
Watson, C. G., .Springfield, 111., 91. 
Watterson, W. B., Stated Clerk Winche.ster, 

Tenn., 101. 
Watts, B., Longton, Kan., 41. 
Wavnick, D. T., Paducah, Kv., .55. 
Wear, W. 1)., Chillicothe, Texas, 33. 
Weaver, J. .S., Columbia, Tenn., 84. 
Webb, J. (J., Mavtield, Kv., .55. 
Webb, J. H., Clinton, Ark., 94. 
Webb, W. M., White Fern, Tenn., 53. 
Webl), T. O., Omega, Teun., 16. 
Wellborn, C. B., l)versl)urg, Tenn., 37. 
Welch, T. A., Ilarrisonviire, O., 7. 
Wells, M. F., Freeman, .Mo., 48. 
Wells, T. P., Wool, 111., 3S. 
Wells, T. W., Thurlow, Kv., 22. 
Werner, W. W., Roby, Texas, 13. 
West, S. B., Concord, Tenn., 36. 
Whatlev, A. II., Aguascaliente.s, Mex., 107. 
Wheat, "W. C., Russellville, Ark., 27. 
Whitaker, R. J., Santa Fe, Tenn., 84. 
White, A. W., Wavnesburgh, Pa., 78. 
White, E. IL, Stat. Cl'k, Caledonia, Mo., 113. 
White, James, Greenview, III., 91. 
White, J. G., Stanford, III., 52. 
White, J. H., Bvhalia, Mis.s., 7.5. 
Wliite, J. T., .Savannah, Tenn., 84. 
White, Lutlicr, Brownsville, Ore., 117. 
White, R. -M., OviUa, Tex., si. 
White, W. H.. Sherwood, Texas, 93. 
Wbitebeail, Redmond, Macon, Mo., 4.5. 
Whitcsides, .1. A., Middle Point, 111., 28. 
Whitlock. ,Iamis, (ieorgetown. III., 30. 
Whitlock. Thoma.-, Homer, 111., 30. 
Whitner, .1. .V., .Ias|ier, Tenn., 17. 
Whitsett, Y. W., Knobno.ster, Mo., 48. 
Whittemore, B. !•"., Lonipoc, Cal., 15. 
Wilkerson, M. W., Concord, Tenn., 36. 
Wilkiu.son, J. J., Waldo, Ark., 74. 
Wilks, M. .v., Daw.son, Tex., 44. 
Williams, C. M., .Stated Clerk, Ijcbanon, O., 61. 
Williams, F. .V., Sparta, Teun., 95. 
Williams, (i. W., Stated Clerk, Mclxjansboro, 

111., 28. 
Williams, J., Clarksburg, Mo., 69. 
Williams, .1. J., R;iymcr, Tenn., 53. 
Williams, R. .\., ."^lilisburv. Mo., -56. 
William.s, T. A., Rardin, 111., 30. 
Williams, T. X.. Stated (Uerk, Bonham, Texas, 

12. 
Williams, W. A., Wolf City, Tex., 12. 
Williams, W. J., Falon, Tenn., 53. 
Williams(m, W. A.. Kennedale. Tex., 8L 
Willingham, <;. D., Garden Citv, Kau., 25. 
Willis, A. R., Ba.ss, Ala., 85. 



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Willoughbv, J. H., Avkaclolpliia, Ala., 97. 
AVilson, A," A., Tojiipkinsvillc. Fla., 29. 
Wilson, A. B., Branchvillc. Ala., 97. 
Wilson, F. P., Waterloo, Kan., IK). 
Wilson, James, Madisonville. Kv., 4. 
AVilson, J. J., Brooks, Ark., 9. 
Wilson, Joe J., Arcadia. La., •'il. 
Wilson, J. L., .Shannon. Miss., 10. 

Wil.son, J. W., , ., 47. 

Wilson, S. E., Manchester, Tenn., 2G. 
Wilson, W. H., Harrisonville, Mo., 48. 
Wilson, W. H., Chattanooga, Tenn., 17. 
Winkler, W. S., Haynesville, Ky., 72. 
Winn, John, Sue City, Mo., 4.^1. 
Winslow, L. O., Wingo, Ky., 55. 
Witherspoon, F. P., «atcd Clerk, Mt. Vernon, 

Mo., 76. 
Witherspoon, W. B., Anniston, Ala., 99. 
Witt, C. W., New Roe. Kv., 5(i. 
Wofford, J. H., Morrillton, Ark., 8. 
Wood, T. B., Stated Clerk. Columbus, 

Miss., 68. 
Wood, W. D., Kansas City, I^lo., 48. 
Woods, B. A., Neosho, Mo., 67. 
Woods, D. N., Mount Vernon, Mo., 76. 
Woods, J. W., :Mattoon. 111., 24. 
Woods, S. O., Cleveland, Tenn., — . 
Wooley, C. A., Eugene City, Oie., 117. 
Woosley, L. M., Mrs., Caneyville, Ky., 70. 



Wortham, W. E., AVest Cliftv, Kv., 70. 
Worth, Edward, Athens, 111., 91. 
Wright, Austin, Pevtotiville, Ark., 64. 
Wright, C. J., Pattv's tiap, Tenn., 36. 
Wright, .1. B., Waidrip, Texas, 9:!. 
Wyatt, D. Y., Calera, -Via., 1. 
Wvatt, J. L., Jenii.son, Ala., 1. 
WVckotf, J. >[., Unionville, 111., 38. 
Wvlie, F. M., Beebe, Ark., 94. 
Wvnn, P. W., Chillicothe, Mo., 19. 
Wynns, W. W., Boardley, Ky., 4. 

Yager, C, Selma, Cal., 104. 

Yates, Alonzo, Monroe Citv, Ind., 39. 

Yates, C. W., Albion, 111., 2. 

Yates, H. C, Viocennes, Ind., — . 

Yokley, I. N., Clifton, Tenn., 84. 

Young, Alpha, Butt'alo (rap, Tex., 13. 

Young, H. F., .S. Cl'k, .Sulphur .Springs, Tex., 3Z 

Young, Robert, Corinth, Miss., 10. 

Young, R. T., .Fordan's Brook, Ark., 64. 

Young, T. K., Robard's Station, Kv., 4. 

Young, V. W., Eldorado, 111., 28. 

Zarecor, W. M., Yorkville, Tenn., 71. 
Zelner, M., Hickorv Withe, Tenn., 60. 
Zent.s, H. W., Mammoth .Spring, Ark., 112. 
Zinn, .1. A., Ronda, Texas, 33. 



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.\dams, A. .1., Lebanon, Ore., 117. 
Allen, John, Raum, 111., 38. 
Allison, C. H., Alpine, Ala., 99. 
Aston, B. M., Colorado, Texas, 13. 
Ausban, W. A., Lebanon, Tenn., 84. 

Bacon, J. T, Marshall, Mo., 89. 
Baldridge, 8. H., Ozark, Ark., 43. 
Basham, W. .\.., Eveleigh, Ky., 70. 
Bass, C. S., Ripley, Miss., 10. 
Bell, J. W. T., Y-'.kelv, Tenn., 84. 
Bell, V. J., Ethel, Miss., 118. 
Billev, Edmond, Atoka, I. T, 11. 
BixleV, S. P., North Libertv, O., 7. 
Boatwright, J. C., Huntsviile, Ark., 110. 
Boyd, W. J., Whitney, Texas, 44. 
Bozarth, J. A., Canevville, Kv., 70. 
Bromley, J. A. L., Ayres, Ala., 97. 
Brown, James, Lebanon, Tenn., 34. 

Brown, John, , , 76. 

Brumlev, S. A. C, Ottwav. Tenn., 46. 
Bryan, S. A., Marshall, A'rk., 110. 
Bryant, .s. A., MeKenzic, Tenn., 37. 
Br'yson, .1. N., Rives, Tenn., 71. 
Bullington, W. I., Fremont, Texas, 77. 
Burks, J. T, Morrison, Tenn., 26. 
Byers, R. C, Grove City, Pa., 105. 

Caldwell, J. D., Helena, Ala., 1. 
Caldwell, R. T., Ijj'banon, Tenn., •f7. 
Campbell, E. S., Waynesbur^h. Pa., 78. 
Campbell, H. N., Lebanon, 'lenn , 84. 
Cami)bell, W. L., Vermilion (irove. 111., 30. 
Carlock, I. 1)., Riceville, Tenn., 36. 
Carman, .1. (J., .\damsville, Tenn., 53. 
Carnahan, A. E., .S>ulh West City, Mo., .5. 
('arnes, Enos, Stringtown, I. T., 11. 
Carr, A. T., Marshall, Mo., 89. 
Chauncev, A. W., Bishop, Ark., 64. 
Clark, N! W., Dale Ind.. 63. 
Clinton, .Sidney, I'ine Hill, Texa.s, 102. 
Cochran, C. L.J Hei.der.soti, Tenn., 53. 
Collins, J). A., (ireentield, .Mo., 76. 
ConiliB, (i. W., Kingston, Ark , 110. 



Conrad, E. I\, Arroyo (irande, Cal., 15. 
Cox, Jesse, (joslicu. Ore., 117. 
Crabtree, (i. W., Entield, HI., 28. 
Craig, J. N., Optimus, Ark., 114. 
Craven, J. R., Huntsviile, Mo., 5(). 
Cribbs, C. F., McKenzie, Tenn., 37. 
Cummins, John, Caneyville, Ky., 70. 
Cummins, J. F., Elgin", Tex., 21. 
Currier, I. N., Allula, Ala., 97. 

Dalton, J. .!., Sturges, .Miss., 68. 

Daughtry, J. F., , , 76 

Dearborn, (r. C, Red Oak, Texas, 81. 
Delache, J. S., Shelbv, Ala., 1. 
Denny, A. W., Lincoln, 111., 106. 
Derr, J. W., Loyd, III., 91. 
Dougherty, M. R., Lebanon, Tenn., 48. 
I>uggiii, E. R., Hud.son, Ky., 70. 
I>unham, .1. J., .Sareoxie, Mo., 67. 
Dwyer, J. B., Shelbyville, Tenn.. 26. 

Ean.s, J. W , Hardin Springs, Ky., 70. 
Eidson, W. ('., Baileyton, Ala., 97. 
Epperson, .M. B., Libertv, .\rk., 74. 
Erwin, \V., Veal's Station, Texius, 77. 
Evans, M. L., Stewart, Tenn., 16. 
Evard, I. N., Argo, Mo., 89. 
Ewing, L. D., Lebanon, Tenn., 42. 

Fipps, J. F., Robinson's Mills, Mo., 9fi 
Fonst, A. E., .McKenzie, Tenn., 37. 
Fowler, J. H., Dresden, Tenn., 37. 
Franci.sco, A. B., l.ee's Summit, Mo., 48. 
Franklin, John l{., (ieiitrvville, .Mo , 79. 
Fulks, J. T., l{odgersville,'Ala.,57. 
Fulton, J. L., Farina, 111., .58. 

(Jardner, H. M., Plea.sant Hope, Mo., 96. 
(iarviii, S. W., Lincoln. HI., 3. 
(ieraril, .\. !!,, Shobonier, 111., .58. 

(iibbons, W. A., , Texas, 32. 

(iillham, D. B., Star * itv, Ark.. 9. 
(ileiin, J v.. Hancevillc. Ala., 97. 
(iraliam, T. J., Damascus, Miss., (i2. 



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Green, M. D., Norris Citv, 111., 28. 
Green, W. H., Metcalf.Tenn., Ifi. 
Greir, T. A., McKenzie, Tenn., 37. 
GriiBth, W. N., Stamper, Tenu., 31. 



Hall, D. L., ■ 



-, 111., 24. 



Hall, G. M., Copeville, Tex., 115. 
Hall, Wm., Atoka, I. T., 11. 
Hamilton, Jame.s, Allegheny City, Pa., 105. 
Harbor, G. F., Oreentield, Mo., 67. 
Harmon, C. K., Greeneville, Tenn., 46. 
Harrison, James, Atoka, I. T., 11. 
Hart, .1. P. A., Wieland, Texas, 32. 
Hartley, .1. N., Teliiiacana, Texas, 115. 
Hays, J. F., Minden, Tex., 1U2. 

Henry, A. A., , , 62. 

Henry, .1. D., Enfield, 111., ,i8. 
Hicks, J. P., Brakel)ill, Tenn., 36. 
Hill, D. W., Tcliuacana, Texas, 81. 
Hodges, B. A., .Minden, Texas, 1(>2. 
Hogan, G. H., Fayetteville, Tenn., 26. 
Hogan, S. L., Chi.smville, .\rk., 43. 
Holland, Henry, Bellefonte, Ark., 110. 

HoUinsworth, , , , 77. 

Houk, (i. W., (enter, Ky., 22. 
Howard, S. M., Kinjigold, La., 51. 
Howell, B., Huutsvillc, Ark., 110. 
Hughart, S., Charle.ston, 111., 30. 
Hume, J. R., Union City, Tenn., 37. 
Hytchie, .1. T., Northport, Miss., 68. 

Irving, R. L., Tehuacana, Texas, 34. 

James, John R., .St. Joseph, Mo., 79. 
James, W. S., Abilene, Texas, 13. 
Johnsey, J. G., Helena, Ala., 1. 
Joyner", J. L., Tehuacaiiu, Texas, 108. 



Karnes, M. F 



-, 33. 



Kelbourne, C, Tehuacana, Texas, 81. 
Kelso, A. H., Lincoln, 111., 39. 
Kennenier, W. A., Wooflvillc, Ala., 85. 
King, W. .!., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Knox, J. A., Boonsboro, Ark., 110. 
Kouutz, E. B., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 

Landreth, Ira, I^banon, Tenn., 47. 
Lasswell, A. J., Walpole, 111., 28. 
Lawrence, B. F., I^ebanon, Tenn., 69. 
Layman, L., Lewisburg, Ky.,23. 
Lavnian, H. L., Millwood, Ky., 70. 
I^edbetter, W. IL, San Saba, Te.vas, 93. 

Lipscomb, ■, Ixjckesburg, Ark., 64. 

Logan, (i. II. , Celina, Tenn., 26. 
Long, Jere, (iuntersville, Ala., So. 
Lu Fevers, (ieorge, Mattoon, 111., 30. 

Macpher.son, .S., , ., 47. 

Martin, W. W., Chico, Texas, 33. 
Mauk, James L., Savoyard, Ky., 22. 
McCaleb. M. Y., Grenada, Miss., 118. 
MeCarroll, W. H., Leora, -Mo., 113. 
McCracken, E. \V., Exeter, >io., 67. 
MoDouncll, II. L., (irandville, Tenn., 95. 
McDonnell, J. 1'., (irandville, Tenn., 95. 

McUonndkl, Keed L., . , 47. 

McCilothlau, J. W., Perth, Kan., 116. 
McIIicks, W., Plea.sanl Hope, Mo., 96. 
McKinnev, W. II., Lone Elm, Ark., 5. 
McU'llan', E. L. 1?., Ivcbanon, Tenn., (iS. 
McMican, H. F., Marion, Kv., «0. 
McPherson, K. H., Eva, Ark., 94. 
McVicker, 11. (i., Billings, O., 6.5. 
Milligan, C. II. , Marshall Prairie, Ark., 110. 
Milling, I>. A., Dixon, .Miss., 62. 
Milling, T. M., Lucern, Mis.s., 62. 
Molloy, A. C, Caledonia, Miss., 68. 
Montgomery, S. T., Waynesburgh, Pa., 78. 
Moore, C. R., BoonslHjro, .\rk., 5. 

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! -Moore, J. (i., Hadens, Ala., 85. 
I Moore, J. T., Cleveland, Ark., 27. 

Morris, W. ('., Groesbeck, Texas, 100. 
I Moser, .T. IL, Barren Fork, Ark., 114. 

Mullendore, George D., Dearborn, Mo., 79. 

Nichols, L. R., Edywood, Tenn., 16. 
Nicholson, J. G., Greenville, Tex., 12. 

Oakley, (i. M., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
OakSj'S. B., Johnson's Store, Tenn., 05. 

Parnell, W. H., McKenzie, Tenn., 37. 
Patterson, J. \V., Salisbury, Mo., 56. 
Patterson, R. T., Christmasville, Tenn., 37. 
Peebles, O. P., Crab Orchard, 111., 28. 
Penfold, Elias, Enfield, HI., 2. 
Perry, Edward R., Lincoln, 111., 39. 
Perrv, W. F., Stewartville, Mo., 79. 
Peterson, M., Hi.seville, Ky., 22. 
Phelps, R. L., Miser, Tenn., 36. 
Pitman, R., McKenzie, Tenn., 37. 
Polk, S. IL, Lawreneeburg, Tenn., 84. 
Prater, M. A., March, Mo., 96. 
Priehard, A. B., Lebanon, Tenn., 71. 
Priest, C, Rosetta, Ky., 70. 

Ramsey, J. L., Ladonia, Texas, 12. 
Ramsev, R. S., Eureka, Kans., 41. 
Reed, W. P., Louisiana, Mo., 90. 
Reid, Moses, Georgetown, 111., 30. 
Richmond, M. R., Wheat, Tenn., .36. 
Ritchev, J. D., De Soto, Mo., 97. 
Roach. R. B., Ozark, Ark., 5. 
Robison, M. \V., Leeds, Ala., 97. 
Ross, J. C, Tiptonville, Tenn., 71. 

Schwab, J. W., Hochheini, Texas, 34. 
Scroggs, G. R., Plea.sant Hope, Mo., 96. 
Seals, Monroe, Dovle, Tenn., 95. 
Sexton, J. W., (inidyvillc, Ky., 22. 
Sexton, W. .\.sa, Blountsville, .Via., 97. 
Sharp, H. C, Butler, .Mo., 48. 

Sharp, M. A., , Texas, 108. 

Sherred, J. .M., Antlers, I. T., 11. 
.Sims, .\. M., Kevsburg, Ala., 99. 
.Smith, C. II. , Leiianim, Tenn., 60. 
Smith, J. F., McKenzie, Tenn., 71. 
Smith, J. J., Healdton, I. T., 35. 
Smith, J. W., McDonald, Tenn., 31. 
Smith, R., Lauderdale, Miss., 62. 
Speegle, E. II. , Tavlor, Tex., 49. 
Steen, H. W., Ellett.sville, Ind., 63. 
Stephens, John, Glenn's .Store, Tenn., 84. 
Stillwell, .1. W., I'ort Worth, Texas, 81. 
Stoekard, J. L., Waverly, Tenn., 16. 
Stookbcrger, J. W., Pitkin, .Vrk., 5. 
.Stone, A. R., Tehuacana, Texas, 8. 
.Swaim, J. A., Ozark, Ark., 5. 

Thoini.son, T. J., Yoakum, Texas, 34. 
Trousdale, W. A., Merriam, 111., 2. 
Tucker, .Sam., Springfield, Ark., 27. 

Underwood, W. S., Madera, Cal., 88. 

Vick, L. F., Black Jack Grove, Tex., 32. 
Vick, L. W., Red Wine, La , 51. 

Waggerman, Charles, Ilunirick, 111., 30. 
Walker, li. W., Echo, Oregon. 109. 
Walkup, S. J., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Wallace, .M. D., Lebanon, lenn., 1. 

Warren, A. .1., , , 47. 

Wason, .S. E., Sloulton, Ala., 57. 
Wavman, .1. .S., Ix»ne Star, Mo., 79. 
Wecden, W. IL, Spring Hill, Tenn., 84. 
Wells, C. B., Fort .Scott, Kan., 25. 



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West, J. B., Buflalo, Ky., 70. 
Whitehead, C. H., Macon, Mo., 45. 
Whitesides, J. A., Eddyville, 111., 38. 
Whitson, C. G., Lebanon, Teun., 71. 
Wilie, B. F., Vaiden, Mi.s.s., llS. 

Wilkerson, G. O., , , 47. 

Williams, W. L., Wolf City, Texas, 12. 
Willis, W. H., Dixon, Miss., 62. 
Wilson, J. J., Lebanon, Tenn., 26. 
Wilson, R. A. N.. Adanisville, Tenn., 53. 



Winset, J. .)., Lind's Store, Tenn., 26. 
Woinack, O. C, Carlo, Ky., 4. 
Woodruff, G. L., Princeton, Ky., 80. 
Wright, I. E., McGary, lud., 39. 
Wright, J. B., Lockesburg, Ark., 64. 

Younghauce, E., Steenston, Miss., 63. 

Zaricor, S. B., Yorkville, Tenn., 71. 
Zwingle, J. H., Cross Roails, Tenn., 59. 



CANDIDATES. 



Abbott, E. H., Hickory Plains, Ark., 94. 
Adams, E. J., Moberly, Mo., 56. 
Alexander, George, Lebanon, Oregon, 117. 
Allen, E. N., Lebanon, Tenn., 76. 
AUinder, B. I., Bessemer, Ala., 1. 
Anderson, J. H., Tehuacana, Texas, 100. 
Andrews, T. B., Handley, Texas, 81. 
Apple, William, Graudville, Tenn., 95. 
Auterburn, F. P., Gallatin, Tenn., 47. 
Awbrey, Ed. J., Ragwells, Texas, 82. 

Bailey, W. E., Forrest aty. Ark., 14. 
Baity, G. P., La Plata, Mo., 45. 
Baufster, H. M., Memphis, Mo., 45. 
Barnes, L. G., Ashmore, 111., 30. 
Beasloy, W. H., Spring Place, Tenn., 26. 
Beecham, A. G., Crofton, Ky., 4. 
Benge, W. H., Chismville, Ark., 43. 
Berry, T. N., Marengo, Tenn., 95. 
Blasingame, B. F., Fremont, Tenn., 71. 
Boisture, D. E., Marion, Ky., SO. 
Boyd, A. L., Corsicana, Texas, 44. 
Bray, R. B., Everett Springs, Ga., 31. 
Bridges, Wm., Princeton, Ala., 85. 
Bright, J. C, Bailevton, Ala., 97. 
Bright, J. N., Hanc'eville, Ala., 97. 

Brown, .lames, , 76. 

Brown, R. H., Kewark, Tonn., 95. 
Brown, T. S., Butterfiohl, Mo., 67. 
Bruce, Walter, Nashville, Tenn., 47. 
Burks, H. H., Nolaudsville, Texas, 49. 
Burks, N. F., Prairie Plains, Tenn., 26. 

Calvert, C. D„ Chambers' Creek, Texas, 81. 
Campbell, J. T., Campbellsvillc, Ky., 22. 
Campbell, S. .J., Pk>as;.nt Hupc, Mo., 67. 
Carmickeal, T., Prairie, La., 51. 
Carr, Isaac, Livingston, Tenn., 95. 
Cass, .1. A. L., Fabius, Ala., 85. 
Ca.stelow, V. B., Lewisburg, Ky., 50. 
Cavit, li. W., Hudson, Ky., 70. 
Cardwell, S. S., Grandville, Tenn., 95. 
Carter, J. L., Livingston, Ark., 114. 
Causey, T. S.. Georgetown, Texas, 49. 
Chadwick, VV. C, Mt. Enterprise, Texas, 102. 
Chambers, W. C, Solgohachia, Ark., 27. 

Chenault, S. A., , Tex., 62. 

Clark, .1. L., Lincoln, 111.. 52. 
Clark, N. W., Otwell, Ind., 64. 
Claypool, .1. E., Walnut Grove, Mo., 76. 
Claypool, .1. M., Walnut (irove. Mo., 76. 
Cleere, Thomas E., I.«l)anon, Tenn., 47. 
Clifton, M. C, Tehuacana, Texas, 100. 
Clutter, W. C, Marshfield, O., 7. 
Coffey, A. B., Meridian, Cal., 45. 
CoUey, James, Mount Vernon, Mo., 70. 
Collins, C. M., Table (Jrove, 111., 87. 
Collins, W. L., Golconda, 111., 38. 
Collins, J. Y., Paris, Texas, 82. 
Cook, H. H., Lewisburg, Tenn., 26. 
Copeland, Berry, Lynchburgh, Tenn., 101. 



Copeland, F. M., Lynchburgh, Tenn., 101. 
Crocker, Edward, Pleasant Ilope, Mo., 96. 
Crum, C. H., Clarksburgh, Mo., 69. 
Cunningham, M. C, Berry ville. Ark., 110. 

Daigh, A. W., Walla Walla, Wash., 109. 
Davis, A. A., Tehuacana, Texas, 100. 
Davis, G. S., Marion, Ky., 80. 
Dellaven, Irving, Sarcoxie, Mo., 67. 
Delzell, J. M., Henderson, Mo., 96. 
Denny, A. D., Chico, Texas, 33. 
Dilty, R. E., Center City, Texas, 49. 
DLshman, J. AV., Hartsville, Tenn., 47. 
Divinia, S. T., St. .loseph, Mo., 79. 
Doak, James, Eureka Springs, Texas, 5. 
Dotson, H. G., Ladonia, Texas, 12. 
Di-ake, A. R., Longview, Texas, 54. 
Dyer, M. F., Miser, Tenn., 36 

Edwards, T. J., Forestburgh, Texas, 35. 

Elliott, J. M., Middle ):fettlement. Ark., 114. 

Ennis, I. A., Cisco, 111., 24. 

Eshman, A. N., Winchester, Tenn., 26. 

Estell, K. E., Lebanon, Tenn., 17. 

Estes, J. O., Palmyra, Tenn., 16. 

Fort, J. H., Paris, Ark , 43. 
Foster, Abel, Stringtown, I. T., 11. 
Foster, J. A., Jordan's Valley, Tenn., 26. 
Foiilks, F. M., Lewisburgh, Ky., 50. 
Fuller, James, Deport, Texas, 82. 

Gilliland, W. M., Kingston, Tenn., 36. 
Gilham, J. F., Cullman, Ala., 97. 
Graham, C. C, Lebanon, Tenn., 4. 
Grason, .lohn, Scottsville, Ark., 27. 
Green, A. W., Warren.sburgh, Mo., 48. 

(;reeu, , High Hill, Miss., 62. 

Green, D. M., Tennaha, Texas, 102. 
Greer, G. E., White Oak, .\rk., 9. 

Haas, Otto Carr, Converse, Texas, 34. 
Hagan, S. A., Pierce City, Mo., 67. 

Haiiiilton, C, , , 77. 

Ilaniiuons, James, Wool, 111., 38. 
Hanl>y, J. M., Argo, Mo., 89. 
Harris, G. F., Mixon, Texas, 103. 
Harris, S. R, Mitchell, Ark., 114. 
Haynes, F. K., Cairo, Mo., 56. 
Ilaynes, J. B., Gartield, Kv., 70. 
Head, W. 11., Cold Hill, Texas, 32. 
Hendce, Al. M., Kansas City, Mo., 48. 
Henry, Levi U., Vienna, 111., 38. 
Hicks', J. v., Three Springs, Ky., 22. 
Hightowcr, W. H., I>incoln, 111., 39. 
Hill, J. A., Wolrab Mills, III., 38. 
Hill, J. 1.., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Hiller, J. M., Millsboro, Pa., 10.5. 
Hodge, W. T. Ivellyton, Ala.. 99. 
Holcomb, F. M., Lebanon, Tenn., 75. 
Holloway, J. P., Clarksburgh, Mo., 69. 



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Hood, J. T., Pilot Grove, Mo., 69. 
Horner, .T. S., Dyer, Tenn., 71. 
House, .1. <;., Bay City, 111., 38. 
Howard, U. C, <").sceofa, Texas, 44. 
Hurbert, (i. O., Ethel, Mis.s., 118. 
Hughey, Luther, Lincoln, HI., 24. 
Hytche, A. L., Lebanon, Tenn., 68. 

iDgram, E. E., Lebanon, Tenn., 109. 

Jacobs, W. A.. Marion, Ky., 80. 
.Taraeson, M. A., l>jla, Kv., 80. 
.Jennings, C. L. «., Mitchell, Ark., 114. 
Jennings, E. W. L., La Cros.se, Ark., 114. 
Johnson, J. L., Lebanon, Mo., 96. 
Johnson, J. L., Kussellville, Ky., 50. 

Keller, .John W., Dunn's Station, Pa., 78. 
Keihl, H. L., IJentleyville, Pa., 78. 
Kirby, W. F., Boonsboro, Ark., 5. 
King, J. W., Bates City, Mo., 48. 

Lampton, T. A., Marshall, Mo., 69. 
I^grone, W. E., Waldo, Ark., 74. 
Lavender, J. M., Vernon, Ala., 68. 
Lehr, J. P., New Market, Ala., 101. 

Leinbach, , Kansas Citv, Mo., 48. 

Leyda, G. M., Beutleyville", Pa., 78. 
Long, J. C, Ashwortli, Texas, 8. 
Luellen, L. W., Masontown, Pa., 105. 

Macon, W. S., Lebanon, Tenn., 88. 
Madden, Loyal, Rardin, 111., 30. 
Maddox, A. S., Li-wisliurjih, Tenn., 26. 
Maddox, F. E., Lewislunxli, Tenn., 26. 
Malconi, W., Wa.vahacliii-, Texas, 81. 
Manees, H. D., Roddy, Texa.s, 8. 
Matlock, C. N., White Fern, Tenn., 53. 
Mays, J. T. Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Mavs, M. S., Burden, Kansa-s, 116. 
McCa-slin, Hiram, Oak Hill, .Mo., 89. 
McCa.slin, Lewis, Oak Hill, Mo., 89. 
McCaslin, Robert, Oak Hill, Mo., 89. 
McClain, W. A., Lawrenceburgh, Tenn., 84. 
McConnell, O. B., Trenton, Tenn., 37. 
McCord, H. S., I^banon, Tenn., 47. 
.McCroskey, S. M., Oaksdale, Wash., 109. 
McCuUough, J. L., Ennis, Tex., 81. 
McDowell, H. M., Kirksville, Mo., 4.5. 
Mc(iee, J. W., Lebanon, Tenn., 19. 
McGinty, R. L., Denton, Texas, 35. 
Mcllwain, J. A., Trenton, Tenn., 37. 
McQuowne, J. E., Tavlor, Texa.s, 49. 
McVev, S. H., I'ruitt", Texas, 8. 
Medcalf, A. L., Dale, Ind., 63. 
Mercer, T. L., Upehurch, Tenn., 46. 
Meredith, J. R., Prosperity, Pa., 78. 
Miller, H. F., I^ebanon, Tenn., 26. 
Miller, W. D., Greenwich, Kan., 116. 
Milling, W'. H., Beech .Springs, Miss., 62. 
.Milligan E. A., Clinton. Ark., 94. 
Mitchell, S. F., Lebanon, Tenn., 84. 
Monk, M. J., Ivonoke, Ark., 94. 
Moore, (xeorge, Cott'een, 111., ll|)6. 
Moore, Thomas, .Vrcadia, La., 51. 
Moore, W. M., Plea.sant Hope, Mo., 96. 
Morgan, A. C, Marengo, Tenn., 95. 
Morrison, A., Burnt Prairie, 111., 2. 

Neal, G. N., U'banon, Tenn., 26. 
Neel, Walter S., Tennaha, Texsis, 102. 
Nicely, N., Huntsville, Ark., 110. 

Oglevie, W. G., Lincoln, 111., 52. 
Orr, W. D., .\villa, Ark., 94. 
•Osbourn, J. S., Waynesburgh, Pa., 78. 



Parker, L. C, .Marble, Ark., 110. 
Park, Sterling, Italy, Texas, 81. 
Pelton, H. H., Sedalia, Mo.. 69. 
Phiphcr, T. M., Clydeden, Tenn., 16. 
Preston, T. J., Tehuacana, Texas, 100. 

Ragon, T. G., Pure Air, Mo., 45. 
Ray, W. A., Johnson City, Mo., 48. 
Rayburn, E. B., Lincoln, 111., .52. 
Raynion, Frank L., Carlton, Kan., 83. 
Richmond, .1. .S., Inman, Tenn., 17. 
Roisebrough, B. A., New Holland, 111., 91. 
Rushing, Homer, Dover, Ark., 27. 

Sansom, T. R., Eulaton, Ala., 99. 
Sawyer, G. W., Forestburgh, Texas, 35. 
Sheetz, T. J., Alpine, .\rk., CA. 

Shipley. W. L., , Tenn., 46. 

Simmons, .T. N., I^ewisburgh, Tenn., 26. 
Skaggs, (ieorge E., Lebanon, Tenn., 88. 
Smith, M. L., Mount Olive, .\rk., 114. 
Sneed, R. L., Milton, Tenn., .59. 
Spence, M. L., Buffalo Gap, Texas, 1.3. 
.Spoonts, W. E., Moffat, Texas, 108. 
Stantield, J. T., Chico, Texas, :«. 
Stephens, J. S., Beech Grove, Tenn., 26. 
Stephens, J. W., Tehuacana, Texas, 100. 
.Stern, R. L., Rockvale, Tenn., 26. 
Stockton, J. T., Newbern, Tenn., 71. 
Sturgeon, Lewis A., Leitchfield, Ky., 70. 
Summers, J. Q., Mont Eagle, Tenn., 85. 

Talent, I. C, Doyle, Tenn., 95. 
Taylor, N. F., Oak Hill, Mo., 89. 
Teagarden, H. (!., Waynesburgh, Pa., 78. 

Thompson, C. M., , Texas, 108. 

Thomp.son, T. S., Sulphur Well, Ky., 22. 
Thompson, W. J., Pilot (irove. Mo., 69. 
Tipton, Julius R., Nesbit, Miss., 75. 
Torbitt, T. M., Junction City, Mo., 96. 
Torian, James, Omega, Tenn., 16. 
Tucker, .\. R., Eagleville, Tenn., 26. 
Tucker, J. W. B., Veal's Station, Texas, 77. 

Utly, T. J., , , 38. 

Vance, W. A., Clayton, Tenn., 71. 
Vaughn, R., Gurley's Creek, Ala., 97. 

Wagoner, J. S., Tehuacana, Texas, 100. 
Waldrop, S. D., Buffalo Gap, Texas, 13. 
Walker, W. J., Newport, Texa-s, 33. 

Wallace, W. R., , Texas, 108. 

Wallen, , C/Ooke's Point, Texas, 92. 

Watkins, A. F., Carthage, Miss., 62. 
Webb, R. W., Omega, Tenn., 16. 
Weeks, James, .shannon, Miss., 10. 
Welch, J. D., Entield, 111., 2. 
Whitehead, William G., Albertville, Ala., 85. 
White, J. S., Providence, Ky., 4. 
Whitmer, N. A., Aurora Springs, Mo., 80. 
Whitwell, E. O., Bennett, Mo., 112. 
Wigginton, T. A., Fredonia, Ky., 80. 
Willerford, W. T., Lebanon, Tenn., 47. 
Williams, R. M., .\rlington, Texas, 81. 
Williams, S. B., Mount Knson, Ala., 97. 
Willis, A. P., Daingertield, Texas, 54. 
Witt, J. D., Lebanon, Tenn., 17. 
Wooten, J. C, Gradyville, Ky., 22. 
Worley, J. C, Odessa, Mo., 48. 
Wright, E. M., Lebanon, Tenn., 71. 
Wyatt, J. L., Helena, .\la., 1. 

Yadon, John, Pierce tity. Mo., 67. 
York, Perry, Janesville, 111., 24. 

Zimmerman, William, Marshall, Mo., 69. 



148 Explanatory Note. [1890. 

EXPLANATORY NOTE. 



The Statistical Tables which follow are not satisfactory. For the first 
time in our history an effort has been made to ascertain what each congre- 
gation has done in support of the various interests and enterprises of the 
Church. Heretofore the Statistical Tables have shown only what each 
Presbytery contributed. 

The General Assembly, seeing the defects of such a system, directed the 
Stated Clerk, one year ago, to so change the form of blanks sent out to the 
Presbyteries as to make an exhibit of congregational work. The plan was 
new, and it was so different in its main features from the old one that 
many Stated Clerks of Presbyteries, and a much larger number of Clerks 
of Church-sessions, found it difficult to comply with its requisitions. 

The results of the effort, as previously stated, are not what were desired. 
But believing that all who love the Church, and who wish to see it prosper 
in its whole line of work, will see the wisdom of the step taken by the 
General Assembly, no reasonable doubt can be entertained as to the 
ultimate success of the "new departure." Presbyteries, by examining the 
following tables, can form quite an accurate idea of the fidelity and 
efficiency of their Stated Clerks and of their Clerks of Sessions. If the 
work is not satisfactory the remedy is in their own hands. (See Minutes of 
1889, page 52.) 

There will be quite a disappointment in reference to the total member- 
ship of the denomination. The past year was one of great prosperity to 
our Zion, and the increase in the membership should have been in propor- 
tion to that success. But such is not the case; for the total membership is 
only 163,216 — an increase of only 3,031 over last year, although 14,094 were 
added during the last twelve months. There is but one way to account for 
this — Clerks of Sessions will not report "all on Church roll." This fact is 
certified to by a large number ctf our most efficient Stated Clerks of Presby- 
teries. Indeed, several of these Clerks have authorized a considerable in- 
crease to the sum-totals of the numbers obtained by adding the figures 
furnished by Clerks of Sessions. 

The number of congregations will be apparently greatly increased, but 
this arises from the fact that, in many cases, our Boards give credit to the 
names of the post-offices at which the letters containing remittances were 
mailed instead of to the congregations which contributed the funds. As 
will be seen, the congregations given by Stated Clerks of Presbyteries are 
numbered, and the places not thus given have no figures before them. 
This plan was adopted for two reasons: first, Stated Clerks are iiresumed to 
know the congregations in their respective bounds ; second, if this had not 
been done the whole plan devised for ascertaining the Su])erintendents of 
Sunday-schools for specific Churches would have bei-n thwarted. As it is, 
the name of the Superintendent of the Sunday-school of any particular 
congregation is known by the number which stands before that name — his 
number and that of the congregation in which he is Sui)erintendent being 
the same. 

The column, "Total Amount Contributed," no doubt contains a number 
of errors, owing to the fact that Stated Clerks of Presbyteries failed, in 
many cases, to use the decimal point dividing dollars ancl cents, when no 
doubt it should have been used. But the columns containing contributions 
to our Boards and other statistical columns can, it is believed, he. relied 
upon as to their accuracy. T. C. B., S. C. 



STATISTICAL TABLES. 



I50 



Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name op the 
Congregation. 


Clerk op the Session 
and post-opfice. 


Pastor. 


a 


'■5 
<! 


3 
1 

i 

1 


1. 
1 

D 


6 
>% 

a 

rs 

e 
c 


11 


Synod of Alabama. 

1. Alabama Presbytery. 
1. Arbor 


J. M. Corgill, Ellison, Ala 






25 


81000 






2. Bessemer 










3. Bethel 


John Waddell, Helena, Ala 


J. L. Wyatt 


12 
7 


64 
21 


500 
400 


1 
1 


40 






J. D. Caldwell 


40 










6. Canton 
















7. Clanton 
















8. Friendship 


L. p. Wallace, River Bend, Ala 






28 
41 
104 


500 
1000 
1250 


1 

2 
2 




9. Goshen 




L. B. Cross 


5 
6 


34 


10. Green Pond 


R. A. Hickman, Green Pond, Ala 




115 








Helena..." 




















D. Y. Wvatt 




70 
70 
47 
26 


250 
500 
700 
300 


1 
1 
1 
2 


30 


13. Hopewell 




D. Y. Wyatt 


4 
10 
2 




14. Jemison 


J. L. Ruffln, Jr., Jemison, Ala 


J. L. Wyatt 


35 


15. Macedonia 


David F. Gaston, Sr., Paris, Ala 


L. B. Cross 


SR 


16. Montevallo 






17. Mt. Carmel 
















18. New Hope 


John Acton, Highland, Ala.. 


J. D. Caldwell 


7 
13 


27 
102 


500 
700 


1 
2 


30 


19. Oak Grove 


F. G. Cornelius, Waddell, Ala 


S. S. Oglesby 


52 


Paris 








Pelham 
















20. Pleasant Hill 


Wm. W. Yeager, Slick, Ala 




1 
14 


59 
14 


500 


1 




21. Pratt Mines 


P. S. Allen, Pratt Mines, Ala.. 


D. Y. Wyatt . 




22. Providence 












23. Rock Bluff 


Berry A. Kizziah, Vances, Ala 


J. B. Cro.ss 

J. D. Caldwell 


" "i 

4 


30 
40 
51 


100 


1 
1 
4 


?7 


24. Rocky Eidge 


W. T. Jones, Rocky Ridge, Ala 

N. Waller, Selma, Ala 


30 


25. Selnia 


Joseph W. Caldwell.. 


6000 


36 


Sheffield 






26. Six Mile 


J. W. Wallace, Six Mile, Ala 


J. B. Cross 


3 

20 

2 


50 

40 
65 




1 
1 
1 


54 


27. Spring Creek 


M. N. Alexander, Calera, Ala 


J. D. Caldwell 


400 
200 


74 


28. Union 




J. B. Cross 


SO 


29. Union Grove 






30. Vernon 


T. J. Parnell, Browns, Ala 






5 


150 






Presbyterial Offering 










S. G. Oglesby 


















Calvin Wagoner, Lakeland, Fla 














2. Florida. 
1. Lakeland 


111 


1163 

8 
24 

7 
12 
25 
12 


S14455 


1 
2 
1 

1 
1 

1 


665 


2 Rutland 


A. A. Wilson 


12 


«200 


?") 


3. Sanitary 






10 


4. Sunipterville 


1). L. Lowerv, SuiiiiJtcrville, Fla 

R. M. Run; toiiipkiusville, Fla... 


W. H. Terrell 






49 


6. Tonikinsville 




17 
12 






6. Pana.soirkee 


D. F. McElvein, Panasoflkee, Fla 


W. H. Terrell 






JUrs. F. J. Riggins 








C. W. Waggoner 


















J. W. (iarrct, Allsborough, Ala 

J. W. Brooks, Center Star, Ala 

W. B. Sparks, Bel Green, Ala 














1. Allshorough 


41 

23 


88 

40 
20 
85 
13-1 
18 
50 
95 
32 
32 
85 
60 
14 
38 


8200 

8600 
1000 
700 
500 


84 
?ft 


2. Center Star 


G. W. Crutcher 


25 


3. Cedar Creek 




1 
4 


15 


4. Concord 


W. L. White, Hatton, Ala. 


W. C. Beaver. 


?5 


5. Florence 


T. J. Ross, Florence, Ala 






6. Good Spring 


J. B. Ja<kson, Covington, Ala. ... 


(i. W. Crutcher 




450 
500 
200 
3000 
500 
2.50 




?0 


7. Hickory (i rove 


L. L. Tollisoii, (amp Spring, Ala 

J. S. lCslc|>, KoKcrsvillc, Ala 

J. W. Alexatidcr, l.citrhton, Ala 

(ius Burns, Allsliorough, Ala. . 




2 
G 
6 


HO 


8. Hurricane (; rove 

9. Mt. Plea.sant 

10. Mountain Home 


S. P. McConnell 

G. W. Crutcher 

W. C. Beaver 

Rome Pickens 




11. Man's Chapel 




12. Moulton 






13. PleaAntSite 


R. C. Wat.soii, Plea-sant Site, .Wa. 


Rome I'ickcns 


4 


700 





1890.1 



Statistical Tables. 



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8100 00 





























13 
25 


20 
16 


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1 
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82 00 


874 




84 80 










84 60 
40 




815 


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40 00 










































































































25 
200 
208 








81 87 
3 22 












26 87 










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84 95 
24 32 






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208 17 


1 


79 


30 


21 


7 23 




16 00 


821 25 




11 00 


35 


123 


435 80 




























6 .50 
5 20 
3 25 

7 25 


2 50 














9 00 




9 


10 




1 
1 
4 
6 




40 
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115 
140 
















45 20 
















2 25 

3 .50 






55 50 


1 






4 
2 












815 




25 


165 75 








7 70 


4 50 


2 00 






154 20 




























































36 
44 


18 
25 




3 
1 




46 
90 




4 35 


2 00 






2 






46 
19 


100- 35 












6 10 125 


240' 10 














2 00 
1 00 




2''00 
































1 00 










2 

1 




63 
75 






1 90 






1 50 




1 


67 40 
























75 00 


































24 
30 
20 


12 
12 
20 








35 
50 
775 






2 25 

2 ft5 

29 98 








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2 


39 25 




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20 


1 
9 


2 50 




5 80 

27 12 

5 00 












60*35 


4 


830 00 




30 90 


25 


3 00 


141 


302 


1364!! 00 








5^00 




20 

, 36 

26 


15 
18 
15 




4 

1 




63 
70 




6 62 


3 41 






1 85 






74 88 


















70 00 










3 80 














3 80 
























































1 00 






1 00 




















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11 05 








11 05 


















1 05 














1 05 




363 


211 


























6 


81 


.55 

4 
2 


$11 73 


82319 

8125 
25 
30 


830 00 


886 32 
84 25 


888 07 


813 00 


867 20 


842 


835 20 

81 25 
2 30 

70 
1 20 

20 


8401 


8533 


83457 12 
8130150 














.? 5 75 












33*05 


















850 


810 


90.70 


?5 


10 


10 




3 
2 
















1.20 






50 






13 13 












(« .33 










































82 00 
3 00 


















2 00 
















3 00 


































?=> 


10 

20 
15 
20 
20 

' \r 

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10 

15 
15 
10 
10 

"ib 

12 




11 

1 
5 
5 
4 




8230 

8 50 


85 00 


84 -25 


81s S.S 








85 65 

8 1 20 
2 .50 
4 30 
8 00 

""""5 "00 
6 00 
1 50 
4 50 


850 
84 


810 


8323 78 


? 


S3 00 


S 58 20 








S7 .50 




821 00 






31 00 




2 85 


8b 
100 






82 






95 15 










82 00 








110 00 




























5 00 






2 




100 
25 
125 
100 
100 








2 00 










108 00 




















26 50 










."i 








4 00 




3 75 


5 






152 25 






















100 00 








4 

5 






















100 00 














2 50 






2 


1 30 
3 60 






5 80 










1 00 


80 














84 60 



152 



vStatistical Tabi.es. 



[iSyo. 



Name op the 
Congregation. 



Clerk of thk Session 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor. 





c. 








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3 


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Mc Gready — Cunt in ued. 

14. Pleasant Hill 

15. Plea-sant Point 

16. Pilgrim's Rest 

17. R<jck Spring 

18. RusseOville 

19. Shettield 

20. White's Cliapel 



4. JRobt. Donncti Presbytery. 

1. Alder .Spring 

Allsboro 

2. Abbit's Chapel 

3. Athens 

4. Boliviir aud Stevenson.. 

5. Beech Hill 

6. Bostic Hill 

7. Center iStar 

8. Cedar Hill 

9. Concord 

10. Dry Cove 

11. Ewlng Chapel 

12. Friendship 

1.3. Guntersville 

14. Goose Pond 

1.5. Gurlev's 

16. Holly'Grove 

17. Hickory Flat 

18. Huntsville 

19. Hopewell 

20. Larkinsvilk- 

21. Liberty Hill 

Ma%'sville 

22. Mount Pleasant 

23. Mount Zion 

24. Mount 01i.'et 

25. McCoy's Grove 

26. Meridianvillc 

27. Madi.s.)ii Cross Roads.... 

28. Mount i'leasuut 

29. Mooresville 

30. New -Market 

31. New (iardeu 

32. Nebo 

3.3. Oak Grove 

34. Pleasant Spring 

3.5. Pleiusant Grove 

Plea-sant Site 

.36. Peter's Pond 

.37. Paul's Cliai)el 

Rock Si)riiig.' 

38. Hcottsboro 

39. Shiloh 

Stevenson 

40. Union Chajiel 

41. Unity 

42. Walnut Grove 

43. Warrenton 

44. Union Chai)el 

Prubyturial Offering 



J. B. Hamilton, Bel Green, Ala 

.T. L. Bishop, Sugar, Ala 

R. *'. Montgomery, Moulton, Ala... 

.T. T. Robinson, Mt. Hope, Ala 

H. .T. Williams, Russellville, Ala... 

W. W. Prater, Shetlield, Ala 

i). B. White, Covington, Ala 



N. T. Proctor, Minorsville, Ala., 



a. Springville. 

1. Argo 

2. Ashville 



Henry Abbit, Bass Station, Ala 

.Tohn M. Ru.ssell, Athens, Ala 

T. Boyd Foster, Stevenson, Ala 

E. B. Beau, Coffey's Store, Ala 

O. M. Gray, Gray's Chapel, Ala 

W. F. Chandler, Henry ville, Ala.... 

.T. H. Harrison, Sewanee. Teun 

W. M. Manly, Hazel Green, Ala 

.T. M. Price, Bass Station, Ala 

H. P. Bone, Maysville, Ala 

O. H. Friend, Biplev, Ala 

.T. 1). Holt, Guntersville, Ala 

S. \V. Frazier, Scottsboro, Ala 

T. G. Morris, Gurley's Ala 

S. W. Alspaugh, Princeton, Ala 

.Tames M. Walker, Plevna. Ala 

R. L. Oneal, Huntsville, Ala 



William G. Wood, Larkinsville, Ala. 
.7. W. I.. Cass, Fabius, Ala 



W. A. Miller, Hadens, Ala 

W. A. Mx'Camev, Preston, Ala 

•J. L. Cliauible.ss, Woodville, Ala 

W. .T. Talley, Fabius, Ala 

J. J. Ford, Meridianville, Ala 

H. L. Toney, Madison X Roads, Ala. 
A. A. Pool, Caro, Ala 



W. B. .Tones, New Market, Ala.. 

Lem Hyde, Elkmont, Ala 

J. F. Hine, Athens, Ala 



T. F. Russell, Cotley's Store, Ala... 
W. J. Matthews, Bass Station, Ala. 



VV. T. Hester, Fackler, Ala.. 



A. H. CotTey, Scottsboro, Ala... 
A. C. Brazelton, Berkley, Ala.. 



I>. S. Matthews, Hollywood, Ala 

H. A. Proctor, Jlaynard's Cove, Ahi 

G. W. Harless, New Hope, Ala 

T. J. Anderson, Warrenton, Ala 

Wm. McD. Taylor, Haxcl Green, Ala, 



E. 8. Smith, Argo, Ala 

M. M. Fulghum. Ashville, Ala. 



W. C. Beaver 

S. P. MeConnel. 
.T. W. (iarmon .. 
W. C. Beaver 



S. P. MeConnel . 



S. B. Hunter.. 



.lames Chance.... 
C. P. Tallialerro. 

R. 1). Slionk 

A. R. Willi.s 



S. W. Summers 

W. .T. Walker 

A. R. Willis 

l'>. F. Lawrence 

W. E. McKenzie... 

S. B. Hunter 

K. J. Stockton 

M. E. Gabard 

W. W. Thompson. 
W. J. Walker 



J. IL Morris 

J. AV. L. Cass 



O. L. Sullivan 



B. F. Lawrence. 

N. A. Moore 

W. G. Beaird.... 



W. .7. Walker 

.1. M. Ashford 

W. E. McKenzie . 



A. R. Willi,s.. 
W. E. Brown. 



W. E. Brown. 



C. B. Sanders... 
W. F. Sullivan. 



.7. R. Morris 

W. A. Konnenier.. 

O. L. .Sullivan 

S. n. Hunter 

W. (i. Beaird 



.7. C. Arnett.. 



108: 



2 120 
14 



$300 
2;10 
GOO 
801) 



4000 
500 



S14S.50 



$ 12.5! 1 



4500 
1000 



105 
60 



250 
250 



1000 

200 
2(K)0 
200 
400 
1000 



15000 



1000 
.")00 



150 
2(100 
lOOil 

100 



1200 
SOO 
200 



15000 
500 



1000 
.500 
200 



$70825 



siooo 

1000 



1890.] 



Statistical Tables. 



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$ 80 00 














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$2 40 
5 10 


$200 




227 40 


30 








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$24 75 


$9 00 


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$ 4 65 


$204 




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$ 55 












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30 




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3 00 


$1700 


40 
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2301 65 






420 00 


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1 


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6 90 









74 


$ .=5 001 






15 74 










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7 












7 00 






4 00 




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4 00 


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1 


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3 80 






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28 

100 










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70 


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366 90 


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66 80 


29 






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32 25 




1 

8 








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62 


164 50 












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18 75 




2 65 


1 




9 15 


14 


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100 








4 00 






105 50 










8 25 


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52 00 
















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4 


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3 80 


3 90 


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27 




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154 



Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name of the 
Congregation. 


Clerk of the Session 
AXD Post-office. 


Pastor. 


a 



3 
1 

I 


Value of Church Property. 
No. Sundays P'ch'g Per Mo. 


J 

il 

1% 


Spring cille — Continued. 
.3 A.ntioch 


Wm. Dunlap, Wolf C^eek, Ala 






26 
13 

22 
161 
75 
24 
38 
41 
54 
40 
69 
41 
80 
50 
65 
30 
43 
76 
18 
27 
.50 
18 
14 
65 
90 
22 
38 
39 








4. Balm 


T. J. McCuen, Murphree's V'l'y, Ala 
J R. Oldham, Proctor, Ala. 


J. C. .Smith 

I. N Currier 


2 

1 

67 


S 1000 
1.50 
50000 
500 
300 
500 
500 


1 

I 
4 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 

1 
1 

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1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

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1 

1 
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1 
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1 

4 
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40 




W. M. Casby, Birmingham, Ala 

R. M. De Shazo, Bridgeton, Ala 

J. L. Vandegrift, Branchville, Ala ... 


F. J. Tyler 


130 




A B. Wilson 


60 




A. B. Wilson 




50 




T. B. Nations 


5 

7 


60 




F. E. Deaver, Little Warrior, Ala 

G. E. Crawford, Chepultepec, Ala 

N. M. Strickland, Birmingham, Ala. 


T. B. Deaver 






J. C. Arnett 


40 


12 Enon 


R. J. C. Hail 


7 


1400 
150 
800 

1200 

2000 
600 
700 
400 
500 
400 
400 
500 
200 
200 
300 

4000 
300 
500 

2500 


?5 




N. T. Bridges 


.50 






R. J. C. Hail 


5 
6 
3 
1 
2 


30 




J. A. Mize, Odenville, Ala 


A. B. Wilson 




16. Leeds 




A. B. Wilson 


50 


17. Mt. Calvarv 




J. C. Arnett 


.50 


18. Mt. Pisgah 




N. T. Bridges 


.5?; 


19. Mt Pleasant. 


A. T. Vaughn, Gurley's Creek, Ala.. 
J. T. McCluney,Triissyille, Ala 


B. F. Bledsoe 


?5 


20. Mt. Nebo 


A. B. Wilson 


1 


,50 


21. Mt Zion 


N. T. Bridges 




22. New Hope 


A. M. Sauth, Cleveland, Ala 


W. P. St. John 


2 




23. Pine Grove 


Frank Gillin, Blount Springs, Ala.... 


B. F. Bledsoe .' 






J. C. Smith 








J. J. Aetonj Blount Springs, Ala 

W. M. Killough, Mt. Pinson, Ala 

W. W. Perkins, Springville, Ala 


N. T. Bridges 




40 


26. Bed Hill 




5 
4 
2 

8 


50 


27. Springville 

28. Summit 




125 


T. B. Nations 


40 


29. Union 


L. B. Huftstuttler, Adville, Ala 


T. B. Deaver 


30 


30. Irondale 


R. J. C. Hail 


70 




W. W. Whitesides, Anniston, Ala.... 
A B Small, Atalla, Ala 


John D. Hunter 

S. L. Russell, D.D 






6. Talladega Presbytery. 


140 


1423 

24 
20 
60 


872000 

S2000 
1500 
300 


1272 
93 






3. Bethel. 




•'5 














,T. R. McCluney, Gadsden, Ala 


.L C. Smith 




56 
44 
(i3 
47 
b 


1000 
400 
450 
400 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 




.5. Chalybeate .Springs 


I. W. Hagler 


4 






B. J'\ Chastain 






•J. .1. Freeman, Atalla, Ala 


C. S. Hagler 


2 






1. AV. Hagler 


5 
















J. E. Downing, Choccolocco, Ala 

E. W. Thoma.s, Kellyton, Ala 


M. (J. Milligan 

C. H. Alli.son 




17 
69 
44 
3f 




1 
2 
4 
4 

1 






250 
2000 
3000 








(;. B. Ru.ssell 

J. C. Talley 


23 
4 
( 


45 


12. Gadsden 


John W. Duncan, Gadsden, Ala 

R A. Russell, Ciaylesville, Ala 


60 


13. Gavle.sville 


W. I'. Cobb 


61 




30 
















M. G. Milligan 


1( 


40 
3i 


1200 
270 


1 
1 

1 


30 






I. W. Hagler 




16. Mt. Ewing 


B I.ee, Howelton, Ala 


C. S. Hagler 




39I 




17. Oak Hill 


.1. H. Croft, Oak Hill, Ala 






10 
47 
30 
3(> 






18. Pleasant Vale 


C. M. Mf( iillough, Ringgold, Ala 

W. H. Kirk, llnwell'sXKoads, Ala.. 


W. P. Cobb 




600 


1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 






W. P. Cobb 






20. Piedmont 


M. G. Milligan 


( 
2 


200(i 






W. H. Mcltivii.il.ls, Hurley, Ala 

H. W. Glover, I-adiga, Ala 


W. P. Cobb 


44 

57 
35 
60 
27 
15 
8 


400 
125 
10(1 
200 
350 


40 


22. Shady (Jrove 

23. Sulphur Springs 

24. .Salem 


L W. Hagler 






15 


D. A. Hoe, Kymulga, Ala 


M. (i. Milligan 

G. H. Allison 






25. Union 






.Stephen Cawtield, Fort Payne, .Ma.. 
Thomas R. Sansom, Kulaton, Ala.... 
F. W. 'i'aiko, (iadsdcn, Ala 


L. D. Lewis 

C. S. Hagler 














28. Whorton's ( hapel 

29. Weoka. . ... 


J. C. Smith 

C. H. Alli.son 






"i 










3 


Presbylerial Offerinq .... 






















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1082 $16,545 


346 



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258 
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139 
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813 40 
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814 00 


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879 
84 


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82 50 






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2 00 






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8 81 
1500 


5 


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20 
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4 






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3 70 




1683 10 


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11 00 
97 








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8 




125 


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2 60 
4 60 


9 42 




1 90 


5 


6 00 




162 97 


















2 60 




20 


10 


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35 
25 


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78 


129 40 










1 


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283 00 


















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1 90 


















1 90 










































2 




78 
29 
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2 25 
1 25 
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3 60 

4 40 

5 70 




83 
10 


168 30 












3 15 


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48 80 














1 20 

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115 


168 15 




24 


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2(1 


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866 44 


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8240 


83756 01 



156 



Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name 'of the 
Congregation. 


Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 

* 


Pastor. 


a 
p 

'■5 
■a 
< 


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2 

a 

1 


"Value of Church Property. 
No. Sundays P'ch'g Per Mo. 


as 

_ a 
a 

a 


Synod of Arkans.'Vs. 
1. Arkansas Presbytery. 
1. Barker 


N Rose Eads Ark 






10 
208 
23 
4.5 
60 






S F Stahl Bentonville, Ark 


F. T. Charlton 


39 

■■■4 

6 


$2000 
600 


1 145 






J. W. Stockberger 

.T. H. Kelly 

J. T. Molloy 





4 Bethel 


W. A. .Johnson, Farmington, Ark 


1 90 




■50 












6 Cane Hill 


W..P. Crawford, Boonsboro, Ark 


.1. A. Knox 




40 
7.5 

.■50 
14 
17 
37 


1500 
1500 


1 .56 




F. R. Earle, D.D 

J. A. Knox 


•il 


1 75 




F M Braley Clyde, Ark 


I 94 








100 .. 
1800 
300 






F. L. Tankersley, Fayetteville, Ark.. 
B. F. Massey, Cedarville, Ark 


J. T. Molloy 

W. H. McKinny 


2 


1 .34 




2 60 








Dr. H. D. Wood, Fayetteville, Ark... 
R B. Rankiu, Lone Elm, Ark 


J. T. Molloy 




100 
45 
15 


1800 


4 100 




E. D. Stockton 


14 

2 


1 




I. W. Williams, Lowell, Ark 


.J. T. Molloy 




. 20 












Peter Carnahan 

G. A. Henderson 


13 
13 
13 




69 
75 
112 
60 
40 
2.") 
.50 


1000 
750 
300 
600 
()00 


2 50 


17 Mt Comfort 




2 97 


18. Mt Pleasant 

19. Mulberry 


S. K. Reed, Clyde, Ark 

.To M Scott, Mulberry, Ark 


1 75 


E. U. Stockton 

A. K. Carnahan 

L .1. A. Pralher 

L. J. A. Prather 


1 




) 






1 


22 Middle Fork 


G. W. VanHoose, Fayetteville, Ark.. 


800 


1 50 


23. Natural I>am 

24. Ozark 

25. Oak Ridge 




R. E. Eiehenberg, Ozark, Ark 




4 
5 


80 
35 


5000 


4 100 


W. P. Rogers 


2 50 










J. S. Campbell, Prairie Grove, Ark... 


G. A. Henderson 




49 
30 
20 
5(> 
90 
8 
50 
37 
25 
15 
40 
53 
21 
62 
78 
5( 


2500 


1 85 






















J. H. Kelly 


2 




1 59 




G. M. Hagood, Boonsboro, Ark 


F. R. Earle, D.D 


4000 


2 125 




P R Bates, Sexton, Ark 






Dudley Hind.s, Siloani Springs, Ark.. 
Geo. Braithwait, South West City, Mo 

William Evans, Springdale, Ark 

W. B. Littlejohn, Evansville, Ark 


.1. D. Rush 








A. E. Carnahan 

.1. H. Kelly 


5 




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1 




F. R. Earle, D.D 




100 
1800 . 
500 


1 






37. White Oak 




E. D. Stockton 

J. W. Stockberger 

J H Kelly 


14 
G 


2 .55 




1 


3a. West Fork 

40 Woods 


•T. C. Stockbcrger, West Fork, Ark.... 

M. B. Maxwell, Bentonville, Ark 

F. A. Terpenning, Farmington, Ark 


2000 


2 40 


Peter Carnahan 

G. A. Henderson 


2 66 




1 60 


liri! T H KeUxu 








.1. A. Shell, Brooks, Ark 

(J. M. A.shford, New Edinburgh, Ark 

.1. A. Waddell, Ain, Ark 

I). K. .Sillimon, Covington, Ark 

A. Tal.shaw, Florence, .\rk 

Henry .lohnson. Star City, Ark 

.lohn Thompson, Andover.-Ark 

W. T. .laggars. White Oak, Ark 

A. F. .Ionian, Bearden, Ark 


.7 .1 Wilson 










2. Barlhohmew. 
1. Amity 


•204 


197! 

4( 
12 
2.- 


$294.50 . 
$ 300 


.. 1661 
1 ^25 




1 


3. Camp Creek 


S l>ee Shell 




300 

106 
300 


1 40 


T. S. Douglass 

T. S. Douglass 






5. Eden 


1 




1 




li. A. Ingram 






8. Ilarnioiiy 




S. Lee Shell 


•2 


2( 
2: 

r. 

11 
21 


350 

.50 


1 




II. B. Hollingsworth 


1 


11. I^e 


1 


Mrs. W. A. Boyt, Kedfield, Ark 

Thomas Blackwell, Macon, Ark 

John S. Newton, Hampton, Ark 

A \j Pondus Star City, Ark. 


.1. .1. Wilson 




•200 
•200 
300 


1 








1 




H. B. Hollingsworth 


a 


1 50 






16. Newton's Chapel 


Wni. Boyd, Corner.sville, Ark 


J. J. Wilson 




41 





1 



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Bartholomew — Continued, 

17. Notch .Springs 

18. Pine Padge 

19. Rose Hill 

20. Star City 

21. Shadv Grove 

22. Spring Hill 

23. Tillar Station 

24. Union 

25. Watson's Chapel 

26. Wilson's Chapel 

27. Tyro 

Presbyterial Offer inf/.... 



S. Burrow Presbytery. 

1. Brinkley 

2. Clarendon 

3. Chalk Blutf. 

4. Cypress Ridge 

5. De Witt 

6. First Creek 

7. Forrest City 

8. Friendship" 

9. Gainsville 

10. Good Hope 

11. Grays 

12. Greenway 

13. Harden 's Chapel 

14. Harvey's Chapel 

15. Jonesboro 

Marvin 

16. Midway 

17. Mount Plea-sant 

18. Oak Forest 

19. Oak Grove 

20. Pale.stine 

21. Paragould 

22. Piggott 

2:5. Poplar Grove 

24. Pumpkin Bend 

2.). Rector 

20. Rich wood 

27. Shiloh 

28. St. Francis 

29. Union Grove 

Union Hill 

:iO. Vallev Grove 

Jiev. J. D. C. Cobb 

4. Cherokee Presbytery. 

1. Brennon 

2. Bryant Chapel 

3. Chouteau 

4. Cooyyah 

5. IxK'ust (irove 

6. Pryor Creek 

7. Pebble Hill 

8. Prairie firove 

9. Prairie View 

10. Riverside 

11. Texana 

12. Wagoner 

13. West Point 



John Gardner, Lanark, Ark 

W. J. Wallace, .\in, Ark 

A. H. Owens, Monticello, Ark 

A. Wiley, Star City, Ark 

John A. West, Brooks, Ark 

S. M. Killion, Monticello, Ark 

.Tohn Tillar, Tillar Station, Ark.... 
h. N. Pinkard, Suninierville, Ark.. 

F. (x. Monk, Pine Bluff, Ark 

G. S. Easterly, Grier, Ark 

.1. V. Barnette, Tyro, Ark 



W. T. Tucker, Brinkley, Ark 

W. J. Washington, Clarendon, Ark.. 

W. M. Magee, St. Francis, Ark 

T. H. A. Skinner, Cvpress Ridge, Ark 
Mrs. M. E. Halliburton, DeWitt, Ark 

.las. Ball, Nolton, Ark 

Henry McDaniel, McDaniels, Ark 

J. I). Dollins, Holliway, Ark 

M. E. Corbit, Gainsville, Ark 

Jas. Terry, Forrest City, Ark 

Bird. (Jrays, Ark 

W. V. Turner," Greenway, Ark 

P. C. Clayton, Forrest City, Ark 

J. R. Ross, Marniaduke, Ark 

D. Taylor, .Fonesboro, Ark 



J. C. Davison, Marvill, Ark 

J. M. Rice, St. Charles, Ark 

John Elledge, Oak Forest, Ark 

C. M. Rains, Crockett, Ark 

J. J. Wood, Palestine, Ark 

W. L. Gentry, Paragould, Ark 

Dr. S. W. Houston, Piggott, Ark 

J. C. Turner, Poplar (irove. Ark 

W. B. Howard, McCrory, Ark 

Y. H. Berry, Rector, Ark 

Wni. Murphy, Brinkley, .\rk 

A. M. Hopper, Rector, Ark 

A. Huggins, St. Francis, Ark 

J. O. Muse, Knoble, Ark 



S. T. Lambert, Lamberton, Ark., 



Mrs. Brennon, Taylor, Ark 

Delora Ward, I'rvor Creek, I. T 

Mrs. D. B. Bryant, Chouteau, L T.. 
Miss Nana Card, Pryor Creek, I. T.. 
Mi.ss Rutli Maiktiain,Chout«au, I. T 
David Tli(iiii|isiin, I'ryor Creek, I. T 

A. (J. Peck, Webber's Falls, I. T 

Ned Foreman, Baptist P. O.. I. T.... 
James Neal, Webber's Falls, I. T.... 

C. H. Norman, Wagoner, I. T 

Hickory Rogers, Texana, I. T 

John B<!ard, Wagoner, 1. T 

R. P. Ivind.sey, Claramore, I. T 



T. S. Douglass.... 

S. Lee .Shell 

B. A. Ingram 

B. A. Ingram 

.Toseph Willman. 

B. A. Ingram 

B. A. Ingram 

J. J. Wilson 

.1. D. James 

J; J. Wilson 

B. A. Ingram 



A. B. Forbess... 

R. B. Cavett 

F. C. McClung. 
A. B. Forbess... 



T. D. Brvant. 



D. A. Hamilton.. 
James A. Mason. 

T. D. Bryant 

W. T. Holifteld.. 



J. D. C. Cobb.... 
Ai'LVwhittieid.* 



Jas. A. Mason. 



.Tas. A. Mason... 

J. D. C. Cob)) 

F. C. McClung.. 
A. L. Whitfield.. 

T. D. Bryant 

F. C. McClung.. 



F. C. McClung. 
R.b! Cavett.!!!!! 



E. L. Rawls 

David Hogan.... 
David Hogan.... 
N. J. Crawford. 



E. B. Evans. 



R. C. Parks .. 
E. B. Evans. 



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1. Atkins 

1!. Altus 

Baker's Creek 

3. Clarksville 

4. Cross Roads 

5. Center Point 

C. Clear Spring 

7. Coal Hill 

8. Dover 

!l. Ewing 

10. Glass Village 

11. Harmony 

12. London 

13. Morrillton 

14. Mt. Vernon 

1.5. IMountaiii View 

Hi. Mt. Olive 

17. New Hoi)e 

18. Oakland 

19. Oak Grove 

20. Pinev 

Pine Hill 

21. Russell ville 

22. Rock Spring 

23. Shady Grove 

24. Solgohachia 

25. Spring Hill 

2'j. Sulphur Spring 

27. Shiloh 

28. .Scottsville 



•T. A. AVest«rfield, Atkins, Ark. 
O. B. Donaldson, Altus, Ark .... 



(i. King. 

1. Bethlehem 

2. Booneville 

3. Cavanal 

4. Charleston 

3. Coop Prairie 

(). Cypress 

7. Cauthron 

8. Dardanclle 

9. Delaware 

ICUsworth 

10. Klni Vale 

11. Fort Smith 

12. Greenwood 

13. Gum Springs 

14. Hartford..... 

15. Hickory Kidge 

Ki. Hickory (irove 

17. Hodge's Prairie 

18. hiherty 

l!l. Long Prairie 

Man.sticld 

20. Magazine 

21. Morgan Hill 

22. Mountain Springs.. 

23. Mountain View 

24. Mt. Pleasant 

2.5. Mt. Pisgah 

2(i. Mt. Vernon 

27. Morrison's Blufl'..... 

28. New lYospcct 

29. New Salem 

30. Oak Bower 

31. Poteau 



A. P. JNIay, Clarksville, Ark 

R. L. Burks, Appleton, Ark ;. 

A. D. Chorrister, Gum Log, Ark... 

Alt'ied King, Clarksville, Ark 

J. I). Hunt, Coal Hill, Ark 

.)c>se Bringle, Dover, Ark 

S. H. Thompson, Lamar, Ark 

J. T. Caldwell, Atkins, Ark 

A. N. JL-irtin, Clarksville, Ark 

A. M. Garrett, London, Ark 

D. B. Russell, Morrillton, Ark 

M. D. Houston, Old Hickory, Ark. 

T. S. Tucker, Solgohachia, Ark 

Joe Massey, Cleavland, Ark 

.lesse Henry, Dover, Ark 

T. K. Hickman, Atkins, Ark 

,T. M. Henkle, Appleton, Ark 

W. S. Rushing, Dover, Ark 



J. A. Ervin, Russellville, Ark 

G. M. Poe, Caaelsville, Ark 

Geo. Daniel, Clarksville, Ark 

D. B. Littleton, Solgohachia, Ark 

R. J. Clay, Smedley, Ark 

.T. S. Poe, Appleton, Ark 

W. W. Williamson, Russellville, Ark 
Miss L. McCrackin, Scottsville, Ark 



W. H. Logan, Kully Chaha, I. T..'... 

E. W. Yates, Booneville, Ark 

Dill Bonnett, Kennedy, I. T 

J. JL Pettigi-ew, Charleston, Ark 

J. B. Graves, Farmer, Ark 

S. M. Abston, Ada, Ark 



W. R. Hayden, Dardanelle, Ark. 
R. A. Johnson, Delaware, Ark 



W. D. Abanatha, Sul) Rosa, Ark.... 

J. H. McClure, Fort Smith, Ark 

J. T. Bell, Greenwood, Ark 

W. C. Lyon, Dardanelle, Ark 

T. H. Leatherwood, Hartford, Ark. 

J. W. Swift, Vesta, Ark ". 

Minor, Haekett, Ark 

W. J. Witchcr, Witcherville, Ark... 

S. Y. Douglass, Paris, Ark 

John VV. Bu/.an, Enterprise, Ark.... 



\V. A. Oliver, Magazine, Ark 

C. W. McKinney, \\'ebb City, Ark.. 

Joseph Young, ('hichalah, .Vrk 

J. M. Rodgers, Barber, Ark 

John Bennett, Ellsworth, Ark 

J. M. Stewart, Cliismville, Ark 

J. W.Jewell, Paris, Ark 

A. J. Reagan, Morrison's Blutl', Ark. 

W. C. Hill, Dorietta, Ark 

M. S. Kobison, Ada, Ark 

1>. H. Ingrahani, Lavaca, Ark 

J. L. Porter, I'oteau Switch, I. T 



John A. Conlev. 



H. B. Miluer 

W. W. Watkins 

J. F. Montgomery . 



J. P. Conley 

Jno. A. Conley... 
W. W. Watkins. 



R. H. Blackburn. 
J. H. VVottbrd 



Joe A. Smith.... 

O. F. Bettis 

Jno. A. Conlev. 



O. F. Bettis . 



W. C. Wheat 

W. AV. Watkins.. 



Joe A. Smith. 



J. F. Montgomery. 
J. F. Montgomery. 
J. ¥. Montgomery. 



S. L. Alexander... 
J. H. Kallmcycr. 
S. L. .Vlexander... 
.1. H. Kallmcyer. 
S. L. Alexander... 

J. E. Barker 

C. M. Coliee 

O. F. Bettis 

T. J. Hampton.... 



J. S. Burt 

S. H.McEIvain... 



J. W. Sallis 

S. L. Alexander 

J. S. Burt 

B. H. Pierson, D.D., 



Jesse Marshall. 
J. S. Lish 



J. H. Kallmever. 

J. S. Li.sh : 

J. L. Durham 

,T. L. Durham 

T. J. Hampton... 
S. L. Hogaii 



J. W. Sallis 

J. S. Lish 

J. E. Barker 

J. S. Lish , 

S. L. Alexander. 



li 34 
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G. H. O'Barr, Cecil, Ark 


J. S. Lish 


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36. Paris 


J. H. Kallmeyer 




200 
50 






J. T. Hollinsworth, Perryville, Ark... 

R. .T. Moore, Divide, Ark 

.Tolin Chauceller, Chisniville, Ark.... 
.J. N. McConnell, Sutcar Loaf, Ark.... 
Charles Bell, Waldron, Ark 




38. Rose Creek 


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Jesse Marshall 






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B. H. Pierson, D.D... 








42. White Oak 


Albert Tuckett, Chisniville, Ark 

C. C. Co.v, Waveland, Ark 
















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S. W. Williams. Prescott, Ark 


W. T. Sullivan 












7. Mound Prairie. 


110 


1482 


510075 


829 




















Rebecca Goodman, Bismarck, Ark... 
J. A. Corbel, Mineral Springs, Ark .. 

.Tas. McElroy, Brownstown, Ark 

W. J. Barton, Cove. Ark 


S. T. Lewis 


















26 

80 
32 


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W. T. Sheets, Alpine, Ark 


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R. D. Suddeth, Mver's Creek, Ark... 

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J. P. Miilive, Nashville, Ark 


75 


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W. J. (Jaither, Arkadelphia, Ark 

W. A. Hattey, Prescott, Ark 


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W. T. Thurman 

W. T. Sullivan 


50 


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135 


21. Rike's Chapel 


S. A. Allen, Wa.shi gton. Ark 


25 


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23. St. I'aiil 


.T. T. (rlenn. Rocky Comfort, Ark 






C. H. Tall V 


800 


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W. S, White, Ultima Thule, Ark 

R. B. Alston, Ultima Thule, Ark 




















































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.1. .1. Moody, Mount Holly, Ark 

Thomas (ira.Vson, \Vyloe, Ark 


E. W. Pharr 








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H. B. Hollensworth. 

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Ij. A Smith. .. 









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H. L. <;ray.son, l^iberty. Ark 


J. C. Oakley 


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H. B. Hollensworth. 
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Jonathan Parker, Magnolia, Ark 


(i. W. Reeves 









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J. W. Barton, Camden, Ark 








I.-.. Waldo....... ....„ 


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2. Argenta 

3. Beebe 

4. Benton 

5. Cabot 

6. Conway 

7. Corinth 

8. I'es Arc 

i). Ebeuezer 

10. Enon 

11. Fellowship 

12. Gum Springs 

13. Good .Springs 

14. Lonoke 

15. Litt'e Rock 

Malvern 

16. Mount <'ariuei 

17. Mount Zion 

18. Mount Moriali 

19. Mountain View.... 

20. Nazareth 

21. New Hope 

22. New Home 

23. Pierce Oeek 

24. P ea.sant Grove.... 
2.5. Stony Point 

26. Salem 

27. Sugar Loaf 

28. Ward 



10. Washington. 

1. Alabani 

2. Bellefonte 

3. Berryvilh! 

4. Botlileliem 

5. Crooked Creek 

6. l;ry Pork 

7. Harmony 

8. Harrison 

9. Hindsvi le 

10. Huntsville 

11. King's l{iver 

12. Kingston 

13. Lead Hill 

14. .Marble 

lo. New Hope 

16. New Salem 

17. Os ige 

15. Plestsatit (Jrove .... 

19. Pleasant Hidge 

20. Plea.sant Valley ... 

21. Shiloh 

22. Si)ring Hill 

2.3. U..i .n 

24. Wiley's Cove 

25. Wcslcv 

26. Clear Water 



W. M. Smith, Antioch, Ark 

H. S. Smith, Argenta, Ark 

C. A. Price, Beebe, Ark 

H. T. Caldwell, Benton, Ark 

A. Russell, Cabot, Ark 

A. J. Witt, Conwav, Ark 

J. C. Milligan, Clinton, Ark 

H. S. Stevens, Des Arc, Ark 

M. J. West, .Jacksonville, Ark 

C. A. Biram, Hickory Plains, Ark... 

H. C. Stephens, ("onway, .\rk 

J. F. Smith, Searcv. .^rk 

S. S. Price, Mount" Pisgah, Ark 

J. F. Bell, Lonoke, Ark 

D. L. Bourland, Little Rock, Ark 



A. Russell, Cabot, Ark , 

J. L. Canada, Avilla, Ark 

,1. L. Ross, Wooster, Ark 

B. Bradford, iMiddle Settlement, Ark 

M. A. Barber, <Hiitman, Ark 

.T. T. Sanderford, El Paso, AxV 

R, S. Rushing, Enders, Ark 

J. P. Stepp Falkner Gap, .■Vrk 

A. P. Calhoon, Floyd, Ark 

J. R. Smith, Beebe, Ark 

T. W. Cochran, Hutlerville, Ark 

W. F. Cowan, Heber, Ark .' 

A. H. Moore, Ward, Ark 



W. V. Polk, Alabam, Ark 

G. F. McKinney, Bellefonte Ark. 
Walker Biker, Berry ville. Ark.... 

.T. W. Heath, Bruno, Ark 

H. L. W. Ewing, Harrison, Ark..., 



D. W. Sanders, Huntsville, Ark. 
Jno. D, Tyson, Harrison, Ark... 



J, H Bohlen, Huntsvill , Ark. 
S. Y. Kiuii, Kingston, Ark 



11. Wliite IHver. 

1. Big Spring 

2. Barren Fork 

3. ( ampbell Chapel., 

4. Caney Spring 



L. C. Parker, Marble, Ark .. 

C. S. Kinzer, Oregon, Ark 

J. H. Nichdl.son, Klmwo'>d, Ark 

C. C. Chanev. Osage, Ark 

M. I. Phillips Huntsville, Ark 

H. J. Jones, Rally Hill, Ark 

W. R. .John.son, Berryville, -Ark 

W. S. Lind.say, Marshall, .\rk 

A. .T. Berry, Hindsville, Ark 



J. A. Pemberton,. 

J. E. Martin 

F. M. Wylie 

R. .T. P. Lemmon. 

J. P. Russell 

J. H. Webb 

J. H. Webb 



J. E. Martin 

W. W. Tedford... 
S. K. Feemster.. 

F. M. Wylie 

J. M. Smith 

W.W. Tedford,,. 
W. M. Kobison.. 



.T. P. Russell 

R, J, P. Lemmon. 



A, N. Barlow 

,). C. Forbes 

J. W. Smith 

G. W. Laforce 

.]. A. Pemberton, 
.1. A. Pemberton, 
W. W. Ted'ord..., 

J, M. Smith 

J. A. Pemberton, 



J. 0'Banii>n 

E. M Roach 

J, O'Ban on 

W, A. Davis 

W. H. Mashburn , 

J, O'Banion 

J, B, Ray 

E. M, Koanh 

.1. C. Boatright 

A. B. Jo inson 

J. B. Ray 

J. B. Ray 



E. M. Roach... 
A. G. Kendall. 



J. J. Brvant, Marshall Ark. 
C. J. Bell, Wesley, Ark 



S. Y. Dover, Barren Fork, Ark 

J. M. J. Conyers, Birren I'ork, Ark 

D. M. Cofl'inan, .^idney, Ark 

E. S. Jennings, Lacros.se Ark 



W. H. Mashburn.. 

D. R. Bell 

W. H, Miishburn. 

J. B. Ray 

R, P, Vaughn 

W. H. Ma8hl)urn, 
A. G. Kendall 



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1 

1 
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No. Sundays P'cli'g Per Mo. 


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White River — Vontinufd. 


W. T. Rutlidge, Curia, Ark 






8 
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54 
38 
24 
21 

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15 
29 
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21 
24 
34 
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32 






6. Forest Home 


.Jacob Sands, Mountain View, Ark... 
C P Pickens, Lota, Ark 


W S. Clark 






f 400 


15 


N. G. Nunn 


5 







A B Wright, Hardy. Ark 








George Cunningham, Salem, Ark 

C. M. Flinn, Jamestown, Ark 

W. D. Chapel, Barren Fork, Ark 

Ambrose .lefFrey, Livingston, Ark 


W. M. Green , 

P. M. Jeffrey 


..... 

i;5 

18 










1.500 
500 
250 


67 




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30 




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200 

600 

300 
100 .. 
600 
600 


I 35 




J. B. Jeffrey, Mount Olive, Ark 

A W Hall" Salem, Ark 


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20 









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J. S. Bone 


2 

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80 


18. Mount Phsgah 




1 42 


W. S. Lindsey, Mountain Home, Ark 
W. J. Arnald, Melbourn, Ark 








P. M. Jeffrey 

A. C. Evans 


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1 33 














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J. W. AVilson 






1 






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2 


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300 


1 






W. S. Clark 


1 26 




W N Davis Oxford, Ark 


J. A. Shaw 




1 


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I N Trimble Amos Ark 




1 


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36 








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W. S. Clark 










W. H. H. Price, Calamine, Ark 

T. J. Owens, Sulphur llock. Ark 

D. M. Jack, Sulphur Rock, Ark 

P W. Gentry, Pineville, Ark 


J. W. Wilson 


7 
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5 
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1 






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1 54 


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4 200 




James Morri.son, Burnt Prairie, 111... 
H P Sneed, Phillipstown, 111 


Z. T.Walker 


3 77 




C. A. C. Turner 

C. H. Fields 


2 55 




P A Orr Enfield, 111 


4 100 




Winston Merritt, Burnt Prairie, 111. 


Z. T.Walker 


2 50 




J. L. Riley 


4 60 




Vic J. B Clark, (Travville, 111 




4 1.50 






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2 50 






J. W. Borah 




I 16 




0. L. Baker, Crossville, III 


C. A. C. Turner 

J. W. Borah 






11. Mt. Fiie 

12 Rock ford 


T H Slielton Alt Krie 111 


1 24 


M B Williams, Herborn, 111 










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T H Darr Fairfield, 111 


J. W. Borah 




1 65 










.. 80 


IG West Union 


J. A. Dryden, Enfield, 111 


George Crabtree 

H. R. Crockett 




1 32 




T L Bone Bethany, 111 




2. Decatur. 
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! 131- 

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16 

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2 

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1 3 

7 

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5 


.. 879 
4 300 




W B Smith, Decatur, 111 


Wm. Turner 


2 70 


3. Blue Mound 


J. W. Hutfman, Blue Mound, 111 

Wm Tavlor Marshall, 111 


W. L. Bankson 


2 48 






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1- 


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5 1500 
J 500 


-.; 92 






Wm. C. Bell 






B F Goodwin Trilla, 111 


H. W. Bryant 




1 61 


9. Hunt City 











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16. Nelson 

17. Pleasant Grove 

18. Pleasant Ridge 

19. Shadv ftrove 

20 .Shiloh 

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23. Willow Creek 



3. Swiiiy (III.). 

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2. Broughton 

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5. Ebeue'zer 

6. (ralatia 

7. Harrisljurgh 

8. Hazel Kidge 

9. Helnon 

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20. New Haven 

21. Norri.s City 

22. Oak Grove 

23. Providence 

24. Palestine 

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26. Plciusant Plains... 

27. HinKgold 

28. Ridgway 

29. Round I'ond 

Solgohachie 

30. Union 

31. Union Ridge 

32. Village 



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4. Fairfield 

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J. H. Jones Mt. Zion, 111 

W. T. Motfett, Boodv, 111 

C. AV. Cloud, Dalton'Citv, HI 

.Milton Clark, Decatur, 111 

Eniaiiuel Dehil, West York, III . 

P. D. Prost<.n, Allenville, III 

Will Walker, Trilla, 111 

E. F. Cotfman, Cisco, 111 

Hiram Ward, Elwin, III 

James E. Pbipps, Janesville, 111. 
George A. Neal, Dioua, 111 



Noah Haddock 

H. D. Onyett, 'D.D ., 

J. H. Hughey 

H. R. Fry 

H. D. Onyett, D.D., 

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M. Dillow 

W. N. Gerard 

W. L. Baukson 

N. M. Baker 

Noah Haddock 

Noah Haddock 



Wm. Burchfield, Neoga, 111 ; 

Felix Ciitsser, Martinsville, 111 . 



W. N. Gerard. 



Albert Walters, Sacramento, 111 

S. M. Davis, Broughton, 111 

J. K. Price, Omaha, 111 

Thomas RuflSin, Carboudale, 111 

J. T. Kinchelo, Rilevville, 111 

W. U. Frith, Galatia, 111 

H. W. Goodrich, Harri.sburgh, 111. 

J. C. Burns, Go.ssett, 111 

Thomas Wooldridge, Walpole, 111. 

J. W. Sutton, Long Branch, 111 

Miltou Galbraith, West End, 111... 



W. D. Margrave. 



W F. Gray 

W. D. Margrave. 

.1. L. Hudglus 

W. E. Davis 

George Crabtree. 



W. F. Gray. 



J. L.Calvert, Marion, 111 

J. C. McDonald, New Denison, 111. 
William Walters, Norris City, 111.. 
A. B. Weldin, McLeansboro, 111.... 

J. B. Latimer, Omaha, 111 

Charles Rhine, Raleigh, 111 



W. F. (iray 

W. F. Gray 

W. D. Margrave.... 
(i. W. Williams.... 
James Whitesides.. 



A. G. Black. Norris City, 111 

James B. Hale, Cottonwood, 111 

J. \\\ Sims, furrier's Mills, 111 

Benjamin Kinsall, Omaha, 111 

Z. W. ^'oung, Broughton, III 

Wm. Roberts, Lake Creek, III 

Thos. J. J^pivev, ^h wneelown, 111. 

R. G. Henipbi'll, Ridgway, 111 

('harles Cook, Omaha, ill 



M. D. Green 

G. W. Williams. 

R. M. Davis 

J. F. (iill 

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(ieorge Crabtree.. 



T. R. Bruner... 
J. L. Hudgins. 
W. E. Davis... 



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.\lfrcd Harris, Cottonwood, 111. 
James L. AV'elch, Roland, 111.... 



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J. C. Thiimpson, Ilumrick, III... 
W. E. Kintiingbini, Danville, II 

J. M. Coolley, Phicui.x, III 

W. Burroughs, Fairniount, III..., 
J. A. Dubrec, (ieorgetowii, III..., 

W. M. Fulcber, I'alerin.., Ill 

D. W. iiashley, Eugene, Ind 

Willie Wilson, Mattoon, III 



W. D. Margrave. 

R. M. Davis.... 

J. A. Porter 



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Name of the 
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Mt. Pleasant 

Newman 

Oakiand 

Olive Branch 

Plcasaul Ridge 

Rardiu 

Ridge Farm 

Sharon 

Sheridan 

St. Omer 

Summit 

Union 

Westville 

Yankee Point 

J. C. Thompson 



5. Illinois. 

Bethany 

Bethlehem 

Bethel 

Concord 

Carmel 

County hine 

Ebenezer 

(iilead 

Mount Zion 

Mount Sterling 

Liherty 

New Bethel 

New Prospect 

New ]>iberty 

New Home 

Old Home 

Pleasant hiidge 

Pleasant Hill 

Palestine 

Sulphur Spring 

Union 

Walnut Ridge Union. 

Mount Olive 

Presbyleriul Offering... 



(S. Mackinaic. 

Atlanta 

Beason 

Blue (ira.ss 

Central Point.... 

Dan vers.....' 

Kwing 

(iibson City 

(irand Ridge 

Hudson 

Hopedale 

Kawndale 

LeKov 

Lincoln 

Midland fity.... 

Mt. I'leiLsant 

Stanford 

Stouf'.s Orove.... 

Sandy Creek 

Union 



E. M. Snvder, Indianola, 111... 

I». H. DaVies, Loxa 111 

I. N. Covert, Newman, 111 

W. M. Bowman, Oakland, 111.. 

J. E. Bennett, Homer, 111 

A. B. Church, Fairmount, 111 . 
J. .L Collins, Rardin, 111 



Luther (ilick, Georgetown, 111. 
Charles Thompson, Sidell, 111... 

P. R. Barnes, Ashmore, 111 

F. M. Reals, Gays, 111 

W. E. Worsham, Hardin, 111 ... 
R. W. Lockett, Westville, 111.., 
R. Henderson, Humrick, 111.... 



Laran Glass, Golcouda, 111 

C. T. Wells, Wool Post-office, 111 

T. J. Utley, Vienna, 111 

Henry Ross Grantsburg, 111 

Mrs. Susan Neely, Hay City, 111 

T. M. Ditterline", Allen Springs, 111. 
G. H. Rendalmeu, Lick (reek. 111.... 

Robert O. Thomas, Simpson, 111 

Sherman Rectar, Oak Post-office, 111. 

Ellen Wyckotr, Unionville, 111 

T. B. Stewart, Buncombe, 111 

F. C. Chancv. Mitchellsville, 111 

W. 1). W hitenburg, Vienna, 111 

Fields Bumsv, Eddvville, III 

A. .1. Shell. iCarber's Ridge, 111 

.Tohn Allen, Raum, 111 

J. V. Waters, Bloomtield, 111 

Isabel S. Barger, Eddyville, 111 

F. L. Sutherland, <iolconda. 111 

L. (t. hands, Raum, 111 

C. M. Bearinger, Anna, 111 

H. B. (JIass, Samoth, 111 

C. M. Miller, New Burnsides, Hi 



J. A. Chase 

A. R. Sandliu 

G. AV. Montgomery. 
L. D. Hendrick. ...!.. 

C. P. Coolley 

C. P. Coolley 

T. A. William.s 



W. L. Campbell.... 

.1. A. Chase 

L. D. Hendrick .... 
W. AV. M. Earlier . 

T. A. Williams 

W. L. Campbell.... 
W. L. Campbell.... 



T. P. Wells 

J. M. Bell 

,1. C. Thompson.. 
J. M. Wyckotr... 
J. T. Davidson... 
J. C. Thompson.. 
J. T. Davidson... 



J. M. AVyckoti'.... 
J. C. Thompson.. 



J. M. 
T. P. 



Bell.... 
Wells.. 



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W. S. Curry, Beason, 111 



John W. Haas, Beason, 111. 



J. H. 'I'yler, DeWitI, 111 

C. F. Bucknian, Gib.son City, 111... 



11. M. Anfram, Grand Ridge, 111. 
A. B. Mc('lure,Hopedale, HI 



E. C. Hollowav.. 
J. M. Bell "... 

E. C. Ilolloway.. 
John Allen 

F. P. Broadway.. 
J. C. Thompson. 



S. W. Garvin. 



S. W. Garvin. 



J. D. Gold . 



J. G. Rutledge, LeRoy, HI 

G. J. Bergen, Lincoln, 111 

J. M. Jones, Midland Citv, HI 

H. M. Kerbaugh, Stanford, 111 



P. W. Rodecap, Danvers, 111 

A. .1. Detlenbaiigh, Magnolia, III. 
J. J. Wilmert, Lincoln, 111 



J. H. Morphis.. 
J. L. Clark 



W. S. Danley, D.D. 

S. W^ Garvin 

E. L. Prather 



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:«;o 

208 
282 
345 



»5 00 
2 25 



812 75 

6 00 

4 00 

5 00 

7 50 
19 22 



$ 7 05 
13 90 
21 45 
18 07 



JIl 25 
7 00 
15 55 
25 00 
10 35 



S 4 85 



4 30 
8 24 
8 00 
12 70 



3 87 
74 



3 5 
29 
91 
50 
41 
43 
52 



83.'?6 85 

339 75 

435 !)0 

512 92 

384 26 

406 85 

560 84 



3 00 
2 00 

4 00 



119 
160 
178 
120 
158 
■fl) 
200 



1 35 



10 60 



6 00 



3 80 
2 50 



2 00 

3 10 



2 00 
•i 50 

"fiss 

'5 60 



25 
65 
109 



133 :15 
202 00 
247 60 
210 00 
292 83 
42 00 
237 50 
2 50 



531 



843 02 



82 10 

""leii 



84471 



822 06 



8121 78 



8 2 50 
1 10 
1 75 



8118 22 



81 00 



8174 80 



$ 1 70 



8:}9 63 



8 3 



2 65 
75 



896 77 



8 4 30 
1 55 
5 04 

4 90 



8879 



81076; ?7(i42 40 



8 ^-l 



4 00 
2 15 



8 46 50 
17 75 
120 84 
110 50 
197 65 
4 75 
113 15 



UK 
60 



6 00 
3 00 



155 00 
04 25 



3 84 



1 20 
4 30 

2 00 



4 25 
4 5 



5 30 
"4" 62 



19 75 



25 



2 30 



102 



15 07 



43 



10 

•m 10 



87 54 



$4 00 
4 00 



8836 



8 411 

200 



818 55 



810 36 



81 70 



811 r 



8 3 75 



821 59 



8 3 30 



832 



8 3 



85 
2 



8146 
8 40 
"120 



873 81199 27 



532 46 
234 80 



$ 3 50 9 00 



8 4 00 



2 50 
6 10 



297 69 
22 60 



1000 



20 



826 
200 



14 25 4 20 



9 00 
3 GO 



20 75 
11 00 



5 60 

'iiiriii 



150 



29 00 



1195 80 
29 00 
986 65 
219 60 



2 00 



520 

1246 

240 

700 



33 68 



26 23 

5 I* 



8:? 71 
17 45 



83 



1049 
15 
50 



660 



13 50 
6 40 



520 00 
2778 82 

284 55 

1911 40 

18 44 

826 30 

i'm 



172 



Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name op the 
Congregation, 



Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor. 










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a 
















a. 


P- 
















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.a 


tn 







a 








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a> 












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"f 



St) 



jl/rtf Hiidip — Contin ued. 

17. West Union 

18. Wenona 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



7. McTAn. 

Arrington Prairie , 

Big >round 

Rethel 

P'ariana 

Flora 

(iood Hope 

Hashasha 

Kinuiuncly 

Tuka 

INIount Nebo 

Mount Moriah 

North Bethel 

North Fork....i 

PatoUa 

Providence 

."-'alem 

Kich View 

Zlon 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



G. T. Williams, Lilly, 111.. 
John Taylor, Wenona, 111. 



W. M. Wheeler, Sims, 111 

H. M. Parkinson, Boylestou, 111. 

I). W. Holtslaw, Iiika, 111 

J. W. Harris, Farina, II 



S. L. Rea 

J. L. Fulton. 



Wm. Southward. Omega, 111. 
J. M. Green, Shabonier, 111... 
D. C. Beans, Kiumundy, 111. 



W. N. Gerard.. 
J. D. Henry 



Sl.wn 
879 



:S;W179 



I 200 
2000 
2000 



1000 
Goij 



171 
62 



90 
"58 
"46 
"72 
135 



.1. W. Sullivan, Spi'ing Garden, 111. 

S. 1), Settles, Spring tiarden. 111 

C. E. Cates, Loogootee, 111 

.John Kagan, Foster, 111 

T. H. Live.scy, Patoka, 111 



W. J. Sneed... 
.1. D. Henry.. 
M. C. Gaston. 



G. W. Green. 



A. R. Ahuan, Salem, 111 

■loseph Ilathawa. Vernon, 111. 
Zohn Ilorton, Xenia, 111 



G. N. Wall.... 
G. W. (<reen. 



.S. Rushville. 

1. Ar 'yle 

;' Biggsville 

2. Good Hope 

3. Huntsville 

4. Iloreb 

.5. Industry 

6. Macomb 

7. Point Ph>asanl 

8. Rushville 

9. .South Henderson 

10. .Sui'ar Creek 

11. West Prairie 

Jicv. /!. IK. Anr i.t 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



A. B. Welch, Colchester, 111. 



C. A. King. 



A. Allison, Good Hope, III 

Donir Nelson, Huntsville, 111 

John Alexander, Gulden, 111 

Ira Biidges, Industry, 111 

A. Thorntiin, Macomb, 111 

.Mrs. Lambert Lester. Kossville, 111... 

B. F. Wilson, Mt. .Sterling, 111 

K. A. McKinley, Biggsville, 111 

.1. N. Foster, Vermont, III 

T. ,r Moore, Penningstou's Point, 111 



II. W. Norris. 

C. A. King 

C. A. King 



.1. E. Rnach.. 
R. W. Norris. 



F. M. .lohnson . 
J. L. Crawford. 
J. L. Crawford . 



!l. Sangamon. 

Auburn 

(ha 



l|)Ol . 



B. L. Kessler, Auburn, 111. 



W. S. Baits.. 



Concord IJobort 'Ihompson, Petersburg, III 

lavctte J. H. C-ary, Fayette, 111 

Fieldcn W. H. H. West, Fielden, 111 

Fancy Prairie A. Fulkerson, Fancy Prairie, III 

Girard D. M. Foster, Girard. Ill 

(ireeiiview T. .1. Robinson, dreenview. 111 

Irish Grove | G. T. Ravburn. Middlctown, 111 

Lebanon ' E. .McNabb, Athens. Ill 

Newborn I N. M. Lurton, Newborn, 111 

N(!w IIol and ! Emanuel llull'man, New Holland, HI. 

Otterville i SV. II. .Noble, OtlcrviHe. Ill 

Palmyra .T. W. ( biles. Palmyra, 111 

Peter burg ! II. K. Carver, Petersburg, 111 

Providence I \V. II. H. Harris, W avcrlv, 111 

Itock (reck 1 It. E. Bone, Loyd, 111 

lioodIiou.se J. T. Cherry, Koodliouse, III 

•Sangamon Bottom | David Curr,' Chandlcrvillo, 111 



E. Worth 

R. M. .Smith 

.1. H. Holt 

E. Worth 

.1. E. Blair 

.1. F. Rogers 

K. H. Mclleurv. 



1000 

"3500 



^12300 



|200< 



1000 
1000 
1000 



2600 
2000 
2000 



70 
40 
100 



Si 3100 



»2.50() 



.1. C. Momyer 

W. S. Baits 

.1. C. Momyer 

E. R. Perry 

W. T. lerguson... 

R. M. .'-mith 

J. W. Dorr 

Kelso 

J. H. Milholland. 



1000 
.■JOO 

loco 

]50( 
.'WOO 
3001 
3000 
120( 
1000 
30(0 
I.OOo 
2001 
Toor 

l.'iOO 

3om 
2001 
2000 



70 
48 

100 
35 
80 

154 

140 
50 
75 

140 
40 
40 

104 
85 
80 
68 
73 



1 890.] 



Statistical Tables. 



173 



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3 

£ 

'p. 

a 


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J 
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c2 



3 

a 
5 


a 

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a 

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a 


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1 
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1 

a 


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9 



a 



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j^ — 

C i- 

•^ 

B □ 

K 


1 


Q 


a 
'u 

'3 
c 

60 

a 

is 

3 

n 

Si 
3 

u 


i 

a 
a 

1 

s 


a 
a 

3 

•c 
cS 

1 




70 


24 


30 




$4 35 


S125 


• 




$3 3(: 






?FH 


55 K- 


S22 




SI 67 75 


































$10 5K 










10 5S 




Clf) 






























38 


201 


«)0 


136 


«18 70 


$(>294 


»13 91 


$79 99 


SH3 05 


S73 G2 


S163 94 


S304 


*127 49 


S1459 


81423 


*100(>9 37 




































4 


8'.i 
30 


30 
15 




7 
5 


»2 00 
2 00 


$300 




SIO 00 






$23 85 






f60 


S25 
5 


S420 85 
12 00 


1 










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5 00 






5 00 














































































4 00 


62 




4 00 


% 4 GO 
6 00 






fl 


5 3(; 






83 90 
















16 3(1 






■'2 30 








1 


2 50 


40 




1 80 
1 00 






2 50 






46 80 


























1 00 










1 




55 












1 




55 00 
































S 


50 


30 




3 




37 




5 2'i 










5 7'. 




40 






















1'^ 


100 


40 




2' 




545 






13 18 


S5 


25 71 




35 00 


35 




658 88 








































































5 00 










5 00 


































21 



2(i; 
45 


115 
15 


30 


3{; 
4 


SIO 50 
$10 00 


Si 030 
«340 




S22 05 

$9 00 
5 6 

12 85 
2 42 


123 78 


$.") 00 

$8 00 
9 30 


$75 85 


S4 
SI 5 


«52 5', 


S95 


S115 
S35 


Si 398 77 
8417 00 






12 69 


»I7 48 






1 


40 


20 


40 


7 
5 


3 00 


215 

300 
70 


S7 00 


11 


»7 5. 
1 95 


S40 


60 


356 35 






5 00 
2 00 




309 37 


5 


40 


10 


15 










3 


125 




200 00 






















63 


12 


38 


14 


4 20 


623 
15J 


2 82 

3 00 


8 00 
10 78 




3 68 
6 00 


21 00 


95 


6 5.. 
2 70 
1 50 
25 00 
14 45 
10 00 


247 
40 


55 


1066 20 
215 98 




3 50 








"20 


2 
8 
6 
4 










1 50 


1 


30 
25 


20 




533 
300 
300 














119 
75 


80 


757 00 
402 77 
420 80 








8 3(. 

9 5^ 
5 00 




3 02 
3 30 




2 
2 












96 




















5 00 
















55 00 






6 45 










61 45 
































9 


243 
20 


77 
25 


.43 
30 


50 
6 


Si 7 20 


S2H31 
$175 


St)7 82 


«71 46 
S14 18 


S.6 19 
$12 51 


S40 30 

S 7 00 
4 50 


S44 93 


S128 


369 60 
S 8 4( 


S1046 


«326 

S4: 


S4258 50 

8 258 09 
4 50 






















15 




250 
60 




5 4(. 


3 30 






4 01 




55 
3 


317, 70 


1 


51. 


20 














3 53 


II6J00 
















::::::::::: :::::::::" 














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275 
l(K) 
605 
650 














3 81 


8.- 
■ 2901 


25 


391 80 
3018 50 


(> 


70 
110 
loo 


45 
30 
25 








6 00 
13 00 
28 25 


12 50 
17 10 

13 15 











G 
50 


10 
25 




«3 75 
8 20 


12 50 

13 00 


S30 K.-. 




12 6r 
16 00 


141 


771 86 
949 60 




SIO 00 




70 










•> 


45 








2 75 


100 
268 
65 
135 
404 
200 
400 
300 


1 60 


2 75 
16 75 

1 00 

2 00 
7 31 

4 40 

5 25 

3 40 
20 01 


1 63 
15 15 

2 40 


2 00 
5 OH 












110 73 


K 






7 
3 
8 
15 

■■■4 

5 
5 






8 41 
2 0{ 


40 
75 


9 
IG 
15 
35 
35 
64 
21 


362 38 
186 40 




IK 

5(1 

5'- 


15 
15 
31 
12 


10 

ii 


25 










2 \i 


4 60 






158 72 


8 


1 !)3 
3 00 
3 60 


10 00 
2 05 

8 50 

9 50 
9 10 


10 00 
24 20 




5 90 


375 


849 14 


1 








268 65 




2 50 
4 7( 


2 00 
4 35 
10 05 




4 21 


50 

7 

100 


540 05 


fl 


4'> 


20 

12 


4( 

in 






348 95 

1 694 26 




2 54 


17 5 












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174 



Statistical Tables. 



;i89o. 



Name of the 
congregation. 



Clekk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor. 





6. 








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m 


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SI 



^ a 

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bH 



Siinnammi — Continued. 

19. Shiloh 

20. Spring Creek 

21. Smyrna 

22. Sugar Creek 

2.3. Springfield 

24. Virginiii 

Scattering niemliers... 
Presbyter Ml Offering.. 



10. Vaiidalia. 

1. Alton 

2. Betlialto 

.3. Beaver Ci-eek 

4. Columbia 

5. Donnellson 

6. EcUuljurg 

7. Irving 

8. Lil)erty Prairie.. 

9. Maple Grove 

10. MatToon 

11. McDavid's Point 

12. Mt. Cxilead 

18. Palmer 

14. Sorento 

li>. Shiloh 

16. Sullivan 

17. Tavlorville 

18. Walshville 

19. Windsor 

20. Witt 



Synod of I>'I)iana. 

1. Indiana Prestn/lenj. 

. Bethel 

. Kethlehem 

. Boonville 

. Evausville(Fir.st) 

. Evansville (Jett'. Ave). 

. Fort Hranch 

. Hazletoii 

Heliron 

Hernion 

Mt. Zion 

Newbiirgh 

Oakland City 

Olive Branch 

Patoka 

Peterstmrgh 

Princeton. 

West .'^aloni 

White Kiver 

Mrs. EiniliJ Thornton... 



2. Morgan. 

1. Bloomfield 

2. Dale 

3. Ellettsville 

4. Harrod.sburg 

Hick.>4 Church... 



D. Biddlecome, Jules, 111 

T. H. Earnest, Farmingdale, III.. 

H. C. Park, New Berlin, 111 

J. T. Drennan, Chatham, 111 

J. L. Terry, Springtie.d, 111 

(t. F. Hillig, Virginia, 111 



.J. M. Logan, Alton, 111 

John A. Miller, Bethalto, 111 

J. M. Goodson, Beaver Creek, 111 

Jettersou Fruit, Fruit, 111 

H. C. Hawkins, Donnellson, 111 

Geo. P. Heirington, Edinburg, 111 ... 

C. B. .McKinnev, Irving, 111 

C. M. Belk, Liberty Prairie, 111 

N. A. Hughey, Greenville, 111 

C. W^ Kincaid, Mattoon, 111 

J. S. McDavid, Cotteen, 111 

A. H. Jackson, Greenville, 111 

A. E. Boyd, Palmer, 111 

I. H. Deiinv, Sorento, 111 

W. H. Snider, Cotteen, 111 

J. A. Freeland, Sullivan, 111 

H. M. Powel, Tavlorville, 111 

P. B. Dennv, Wal.shville, 111 

C. H. Brunk, Windsor, 111 

John Shuping, Witt, III 



J. C. Pruitt, Owensville, Ind 

R. A. Harvy, Union, Ind 

Ben Henienway, Boonville, Ind... 

W. G. Ral.-*ton, Evansville, Ind 

Mi.ssLou Wittcnback, Evansville, Ind 

David Beloot, Fort Branch, Ind 

Theo. Wheeler, llnzlcKm, Ind 

G. W. Vann, Evansville, Ind 

W. II. Williams, \'incennes, Ind 

A. J. Calvert, Cyuthiana, Ind 

Isaac Gellett, Xewburgh, ind 

Ben Onvett, Oakland Citv, Ind 

O. H. Miller, Kuml.le, Ind 

W. J. Hall, Patoka, Ind 

Thonia.s S. Smith, Petersburgh, Ind.. 

S. F. Brazleton, Princeton, Ind 

A. S. Reel, Vincennes, Ind 

Q. A. Harper, Algiers, Ind 



W. C. Bell 



Thomas Potter. 

J. T. May 

C. G. Watson... 
J. W. Elder 



W. C. Logan 

L. J. Grantham. 



Thos. W. McDavld. 



A. H. Kelso 

W. J. McDavid .. 
L. .1. Grantham.. 
J. M. McPheron. 
E. :M. John.son... 
T. W. McDavid .. 
J. M. McPheron. 

Wni. Turner 

W. P. Baker 

T. W. McDavid.. 



Ph. R. Danlev 

J. M. MePhonm 

W. W. M. Barber.. 
W. P. Baker 



W. M. Murray 

Josephus Latham. 



J. D. Alexander, Bloomfield, Ind. 

C. W. Medcalf, Dale, Ind 

J. H. Miook, Ellettsville, Ind 

T. J. C'lay, Harrodsburg, Ind 



A. G. Bergen 

J. H. Miller 

J. E. Jenkins 

H. Clav Yates 

J. H. Miller 

Alonzo Yates 

J. B. lladlock 

H. F. Smith 

W. B. Crawford.. 
W. B. Crawford.. 
J. E. Jenkins 



W^ A. Proviue 

W. B. Crawford 

Ephraim Thomas.. 



H. V. Cockrum. 
J. E. Jenkins... 

H. W. Steen 

J. B. Hadloek... 



10 200 
3.5 

;i 7:1 



;J2000 
1000 
1200 
150U 
3000 
4.500 



So3400 



110000 
2000 

400 
2.500 

700 



41 
30 
60 
80 
100 
75 



125 
70 



5000 
4000 
1500 
8000 
1.500 
1500 
1200 
1600 
300 
4800 
SWOO 
1200 
2000 
1000 



S58200 



S .5000 
3000 
1000 
50000 
4000 
3000 
1200 

500 
3000 
2500 
2500 
3000 

300 
4000 
8500 
9000 
1200 
2000 



8^103700 



S3000 
800 
200 
1200 



33 
162 
33 

200 
65 

125 
40 
50 
75 
75 



no 

120 
85 
60 
60 



1.50 
147 



810 
307 
55 
90 
54 
180 
50 
68 
40 

■■■72 
100 
150 
.50 



2323 



1890.] 



Statistical Tables. 



175 



£ 


"5) 

a 
.0 


a 
3 


a 

V 

1 

Si 
cs 

a 

■n 


a. 

B. 
M 

c 
> 



1 

3 

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1 


i 

a. 

3 

CO 

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a 

C3 

u 



1 

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d 

S 

3 


1 


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§ 


e 


1 

a 


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1 


1 

s 

1 

"0 
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p 

= .2 


\l 

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a a 

il 


>> 

u 

1 



i 

3 


c 

•c 

\ 

a 
2 
'3 

pa 
j= 
£i 

3 

J3 


Miscellaneous. 
# 

Total Contributions. 


5 5 






20 




•S2S2 


33 75 


« 3 00 
4 50 

13 00 

14 50 

8 30 

9 55 




32 56 
3 56 


815 27 




8 3 30 


81800 




82109 88 












8 06 


52 


6 
10 
20 


"(ii) 
"m 


6 
17 

3 
10 


34 10 

5 4{i 


131 
424 
120 
756 


2 00 


87 50 


39 13 




6 20 
11 00 


61 




263 93 


J 11 






$27 
35 
50 


481 90 




GO 
10 




5 00 
9 00 


6 «0 
5 70 






20 
12 


195 10 




3 00 


2 00 


18 83 




9 00 


875 08 




























9 00 


8 32 










17 32 


































8H 

50 
25 


285 
25 


301 

"25 


170 
20 


?36 59 
84 00 


8()115 

«325 
. 85 


S:$o 62 
S3 00 


SI 82 54 

S3 00 
4 00 


S138 39 S9-' 70 


31(>4 17 




890 85 

84 00 
3 00 


85G31 
3250 


SGI 3 

3277 
56 


31.3298 59 




S6 00 
7 68 


37 30 


812 


8891 30 






1.55 68 
























16 
IfX) 
10 
65 
40 


"25 

20 


"lO 


15 

60 
9 
30 


2 31 

3 52 


160 
485 
340 
500 
120 
170 
992 
100 
200 
150 
157 


2 50 


6 00 
12 05 

5 00 
26 30 
22 65 

3 25 
15 45 

3 00 


16 50 


12 50 






'4 (io 

10 00 
1 80 
8 70 
5 00 


4 


22 
136 
30 
60 
25 


2''9 81 




323 25 




669 82 






4 00 






35 
150 


415 80 




2 92 








16 00 


10 00 




773 92 






42 70 
3 95 




215 35 








8 
15 
15 
6 
4 
8 














177 ''0 




15 
20 
8 


30 
20 
20 


100 
"25 


19 00 
1 70 




2 00 
5 00 












123 


1151 45 




2 50 


2 50 










114 70 








2 60 

3 00 
3 20 






202 60 












2 00 






40 




195 00 




53 


20 








3 24 


8 80 






17 


189 24 




















60 
95 

4 
20 
48 


30 
30 

"16 








750 

1025 

69 

80 

151 
















4400 


2 

243 

IS 

42 

40 


51.5'' 00 


17 


75 


37 
10 
9 
6 


4 00 


8 42 


7 12 


46 80 


79 10 


20 00 


161 


12 70 
2 50 


1607 14 






89 .50 




3 41 
3 00 




4 60 
6 r) 


5 07 


1 00 
11 25 






3 60 
3 40 




139 68 












91,1 00 


















27 


629 

105 
12 

25 
1)0 
153 


265 

40 
48 
15 
200 
75 


2:35 

25 
20 

•260 


252 

20 
15 

60 

33 

6 

50 

■■■4 

28 

8 

"3 
5 
8 
6 
5 
•> 


m^ 86 

810 60 
4 50 

1 60 
10 00 

2 60 


$5859 

$ 809 
522 


316 42 


3122 01 

$18 00 

14 23 

1 00 

105 00 

28 00 

5 10 

1 00 

12 88 

16 20 

2:i 01 

16 05 

3 47 

5 5b 

10 25 


8148 50 


8131 65 

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8 40 


864 61 


8173 00 
8 25 


367 50 

8 9 15 
6 60 


34879 

8 160 
4 


31091 

3 65 
5 


31-2585 19 

31106 75 

582 88 

2 60 


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818 15 




1 








1 

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415 
488 
180 

375 
400 
4<i8 
160 
125 
300 
600 
650 
152 
58 


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3 65 


88 53 
25 00 


106 71 
6 30 


3303 84 
2 00 


188 


25 00 
5 90 


1300 
104 


1639 
236 


5434 08 
j}98 45 






493 10 




12 
15 
167 
SIO 
60 
10 


3(; 
18 
40 
25 

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25 


50 
15 

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2 60 


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3 65 
















186 57 




7 50 


5 40 
13 00 
15 00 
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4 05 






1 45 
8 0( 
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6 3.5 

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1 75 
4 00 






258 48 








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61 

38 
43 
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2 00 
9 53 
5 00 




15 00 

13 54 

1 GO 

1 70 

5 10 






547 50 
61.5 42 




4 40 


19 55 
11 10 






35 
15 


9(J9 67 








1.53 06 




25 
51 
60 

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30 
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5 00 


23 55 

26 00 

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26 
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120 
33 
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100 00 









100 00 


































62 


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673 


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253 

311 

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$56 57 


$7585 

8 600 

75 

125 

250 


SI 34 73 


$271 49 

SI 6 00 
2 43 

75 


8199 62 


8204 4(j 


8411 29 


81189 
815 


880 10 

815 00 

2 00 

3 20 


81693 
8 25 


82395 
3100 


314221 06 

8 771 00 

79 43 

130 45 

3:J4 00 

17 86 




28 
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8 73 
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17 86 


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15 
51 
40 

77 


% 25 
4800 
1.500 
2000 


"i 

3 




6. Shiloh 






10 
9 


450 


7. Uulon 


.r. W. Mattingly, (ilendale, Ind 

S. H. Rag.sdale," Washington, Ind 


W. B. Oawford 

W. A. Dillon 


60 
75 










C. r. Edmonson, Clavton, Ind 














3. Wahash. 
1. Clayton 


39 


1019 


»1 352.5 




800 






J. P. iia seii..... 


27 

1 


77 
95 


$7000 
1000 


4 
2 


120 






U. L. Montgomery... 


45 




























J. W Conditf 




40 
53 
140 
100 
1.52 
100 


900 
900 
4000 
1000 
9800 
1400 


2 
2 
4 
2 
4 
2 


65 






J. W. Condiff. 


18 


110 






J. R. Lamb 

J. P. Halseil 






Thomas iioo ey, New Winehester,Ind 

Preston Graves, Martinsville, Ind 

T. H. Alexander, Franklin, Ind 


30 






8 


150 


9. Shiloh 


U. L. Montgomery... 


90 








J. A. McFarlau, Gilbert Station, la.. 














Synod of Iowa. 

1. Colesburg Prenhytery. 
1. Bethel 


68 


757 

17 
40 


«26000 

S2000 
800 


530 


























R. A. Ferguson 


l(i 


110 


4000 


2 


120 








4. Mt. Pisgah 


Sam'l Reed, McCallsburg, la 


R. A. Ferguson 


10 


40 
12 
126 




'i 

4 

2 

4 

2 
2 


50 




300 
850(1 










4 


152 




Isaac Clark, Mt. Haniil. la 


W. F. Baird 




'2. fowa. 


30 

9 
6 


345 

62 
35 
11 
45 
10(1 


115600 

$2500 
1200 

800 
1200 
1.500 
1000 
1500 

325 


322 
112 






W. C. Herdmau 


70 














4 


70 


a Mt ^liiriah 






60 


6. Mt. Olivet 














W. F. Humphreys ... 
A. Alison 


2 


75 
20 


45 




Fred W. Hunerdosse, Newbern, la... 


28 








•9. Pleasant Hill 










600 
1.500 
800 


"4 




10 Shiuae 


R. Gannaway Pleasant Grove, la 


E. H. Albright 




63 


50 
























Mrs. S. v.. Striekler, Enier.son, Iowa.. 
A It Pobbitt Knox Iowa 


W. C. McClelland 


'>\ 






2 




:<. West Imiia. 


481 

37 
15 

47 


$12823 
11600 


435 

50 








E. A. VanVranken, Macedonia, Iowa 




3 


1301 


^ 


65 










P. i). Mcfielland, Brooks, Iowa 


W. C. McCielland 


11 


78 
11 


800 


2 


70 






7. Wheeler 


A. M. Miller, Wheeler, Iowa 






- 












16 


198 


$3!'00 


186 



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$100 
400 



3 4 65 



21 8.1 

ii '55 



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Si 45 
7 80 



$ 1 50 



17 10 
5 60 



348 
8 



320 70 
3 90 

7 70 



« 5 

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8124 



S 4 65 
5 00 
216 05 
107 35 
602 15 
5 60 



35 33 



$1550 



$C7 23 



$15 00 



$47 06 



$52 50 



3180 



8264 



$2273 54 



$400 



SI 4 29 

r, 00 
7 73 



$22 63 



$11 70 



$24 2.5 



$7 00 
6 50 



$100 
10 



11 75 



10 00 
5 00 



7 00 

2 50 
7 00 

3 50 



150 
300 
700 
420 
800 
300 



3 50 
3 50 



$200 



15 10 
11 



3 50 



10 00 
14 00 
9 00 



10 00 

11 00 
15 00 



200 



30 55 
18 41 
32 93 



6 50 

7 50 
3 00 



150 
95 



$587 59 

247 50 

29 48 

5 00 

355 50 

303 50 

985 78 

465 71 

1045 32 

423 13 

32 93 



$3(; 72 



$3275 



$150 
20 



$11 05 



$80 82 



349 70 



$157 27 



$37 50 



$988 



$250 
250 



212 
342 



$;{ 73 
4 00 



$15 9o 



§15 9.1 



$ 9 00 
5 50 



$16 81 



$16 81 



$11 65 
4 00 



12 75 



$11 10 



$15 25 



$15 2." 



$4.= 



5 00 
70 



$200 



$271 



$565 



$13 00 

6 00 

1 0;" 

13 51 



$100 



$4481 44 



$ 421 00 

20 00 

11 10 

2838 00 

6 00 

221 00 

1 05 

767 92 



$:i3 5; 



$10 00 
7 00 



$2936 



6 20 

7 28 



$70 



$266 

8 5 
25 

18 



$4:j:}6 07 



8285 65 
310 33 
64 70 
306 20 
389 43 



6 10 



•255 00 

97 10 

1 70 



$5 00 



7 80 



7 50 



217 81 

"ii'ii 



$22 07 



$5 00 



$;i 20 



$1561 



$225 
41 
348 



$7 73 
8 5 82 



8 9 84 
6 16 



$:57 90 
8 6 65 



$25 9, 
$ 5 50 



$22 67 



$10 



$;{7 93 



$100 



891 



15 20 



812 00 



82 25 
4 50 



$90 



8252 81 
49 41 
472 90 



325 
22 



10 53 



20 75 



19 50 



7 60 
1 6; 



469 91 
23 65 
4 15 



$:i 20 



8961 



816 :« 



$46 68 



$27 40 



$40 20 812 00 



$16 00 



$90 



$60 



81272 83 



12 



178 



Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name of the 
Congregation. 



Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor. 



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Synod of Kansas. 

1. Atchison Presbytery. 

1. Horton 

2. Liberty 

3. Maywood 

4. Pleasant Grove 

5. Round Prairie 

6. Wolf Kiver 

■>. Eden. 

1. Bethany 

2. Deriiuit 

3. Digliton 

4. Garden City 

5. Horace 

6. Ingalls 

7. Leoti 

8. Modoc 

9. Oakley 

10. Scott City 



3. Kansas. 

Bethel 

Cedar Valley 

Cedarville 

Cherry vale 

Elder Branch 

Eden 

Emporia 

Frcdonia 

Fort Scott 

Good Hoj)e 

Hillsdale 

Harmony 

Indian Creek 

Liberty 

Livingston 

Marinaton 

Pleasant Valley... 
Pleasant (irove ... 

Pleasant Hill 

Peoria 

Pomona 

Kantoul 

Severy 

Sherman City 

Topeka 

Union 

Zion 



4. Republican Valley. 

1. Albion 

2. Agenda 

BellviUe 

3. Ik-thel 

4. Minersville 

5. Ph'itsant View 

6. Plca.sant Kidge 

7. West Union 

Prcsbylerial Offering.. 



David F. Beard, Horton, Kans 

J. A. Hani, Perry, Kans 

J. B. McC'reary, Piper, Kans 

Marion Thompson, Atchison, Kans., 

T. A. Snoddy, Lowemont, Kans 

Moses Whitson, Severance, Kans 



W. H. Pcsey, Ivanhoe, Kan 

W. E. Davis, Dermot, Kan 

R. B. Wancn, Dightim, Kan ... 
L. C. Fyffe, Garden City, Kan . 
Joseph Dawson, Horace, Kau... 
Wm. R. Turner, Ingalls, Kan... 

D. A. Bradley, Leoti, Kan 

'D. C. Moore, Modoc Kan 

L. Berryhill, Oakley, Kan 

W. O. Bourne, Scott City, Kan. 



J. M. Manuen, Paola, Kan... 
G. O. Smith, Altoona, Kan... 



L T. Perry, Ke.st, Kan 

Joseph Heisser, Paola, Kan. 



T. M. Crawford, Fredonia, Kan.. 
N. V. Rawlings, Fort hcott, Kan. 



P. C. Eaten, Hillsdale, Kan. 
T. B. Finley, Brooks, Kan... 



W. J. Carroll, Fall River, Kan. 



J. C. Balch, Bronson. Kan 

M. B. Uamb, Well.sville, Kan 

J. A. Bogle, Buxton, Kan 

J. H. Maxwell, (iuiiford, Kan 

W. H. Adkins, Peoria, Kan 

E. V. Ileaden, I'omona, Kan 

A. A. Burney, Rantoul, Kan 

C. H. Shoemaker, Severy, Kan 

A. Kuykendall, Sherman City, Kan. 

F. M. Drake, Topeka, Kan 

M. W. Ashemore, Opolis, Kan 

A. S. Patterson, Busby, Kan 



S. M. Edwards, Narka, Kan.. 
W. 11. Burges, Agenda, Kan . 



Ij. E. Kerbaugh, Superior, Neb 

W. W. KemptoM, Concordia, Kan. 

Charley Martin, Webber, Kan 

S. L. BlacH, Belleville, Kan 

A. C. Eppler, Belleville, Kan 



T.K. Roach 

J. IL Morgan 

C. W. Hutchison. 

F. M. Moore 

C. P. Duvall 

C. W. Hutchison. 



G. D. Willingham ... 



G. D. Willingham 
J. C. Moore 



E. L. A,shmorc. 



J. B. Rose.... 
E. B. Smith . 



J. H. Alexander . 
J. B. Rose 



M. C. Long... 
S. A. Sadler. 



W. M. Freeze.. 



B. Watts. 



J. H. Alexander. 

R. H. Hicrar 

B. Watts 

M. C. Long 



A. Odell 

R. H. Sherar.. 



N. D. Johnson 

Jell'. Montgomery. 



S. M. Hunt. 



S. .McCall 

S. McCall 

S. McCall 

S. M. Hunt 

G. H. Hawks.. 



S2.:iou 

500 
2.50 



S3000 



3000 



S^GSOO 



?1100 
1000 



i;oo 

0(10 
120(1 



3('0( 
3.")00 



1.")II0 
loOO 



200(1 

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Siyoi) 



25 
60 
40 
40 
40 



40 
273 



150 
30 



40 
GO 
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121 
30 



1890.] 



Statistical Tables. 



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3 60 






8 34 00 
100 00 
262 00 
238 44 
185 80 












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83 10 


82 00 
4 44 




811 90 




8 3 
115 
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88 
6 
6 








































4 80 














3 70 


6 90 










135 00 






































8.5 40 


8707 


86 80 


813 34 




Sll 91 




83G 


812 40 


8143 


820 


8955 84 




































83 50 












8 3 50 



































40 


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50 


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8489 




83 98 


84 82 






85 




$ 12 


8135 


649 80 
































3 91 
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3 91 
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30 


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350 






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210 




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303 98 












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20 


95 

20 


28 
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81049 

8250 
125 


81 75 
90 


89 48 

8 3 10 
6 20 
1 00 


820 91 
8 6 00 


87 50 


82 00 
818 00 


810 


81 6(i 

8 4 20 
7 50 


8542 


8255 


81900 69 

8 284 80 
154 60 






8 7 00 


8 8 
























1 00 






















4 53 










4 53 
60 85 




20 


10 








51 

78 


1 60 
9 00 


1 00 
3 40 
8 00 
1 00 
3 22 


2 25 
7 00 


8 5 00 














5 














97 40 














30 38 










38 38 
853 43 




50 
50 


20 
40 


20 
25 


2 


3 00 
1 00 


150 
320 






3 93 

8 00 


161 00 
25 00 


4 .50 

5 15 


500 
185 


830 
3 


1 


1 70 




19 10 


571 17 










68 


18 


30 


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1 


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6 25 


10 00 
5 00 


20 00 


2 35 


50 00 


13 .55 
3 00 


1075 


30 
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1462 85 






18 00 
















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1 65 




3 


55 65 










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4 00 






5 00 




25 


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8 

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175 
101 
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50 


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17 25 

75 

3 00 


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7 70 
2 49 


17 00 


7 65 

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2 70 

1 80 






233 10 






120 




229 24 














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57 80 






























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75 




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16 88 


15 70 




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582 78 






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370 




391 55 








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1 25 




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25{i 
10 


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20 


155 
25 


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2 


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81 60 


82148 

8275 

88 


816 95 


866 97 


$41 10 


864 00 


8109 06 


8270 00 


869 15 

85 00 
6 00 


82364 
825 


8119 


85282 68 
8306 60 






81 62 




81 50 








97 12 


















8 70 








70 




25 
14 


10 
15 


15 


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1 61 
1 25 


72 
76 
96 
61 
25 




2 05 
6 00 
2 35 


81 86 

1 54 

20 

1 41 


1 78 

1 35 

62 




2 60 

3 20 
2 20 




Sll 
13 


92 30 


4 











102 34 








101 37 










1 
2 


1 90 












64 31 
















■ 




2 80 






27 80 




















3 85 








3 85 




40 


45 


AC, 


























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8 


85 7(i 


8<;94 




812 02 


85 01 


85 25 


84 ,55 




821 80 


825 


824 


8796 39 



i8o 



Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name op the 
Congregation. 



Clerk op the Session 
AND Post-office. 



a t> 



Pastor. 



^ ICO 



5. Rocky Mountain. 

1. Canon City 

2. Colorado Springs.... 

3. Currant Creek 

4. Elbert 

5. Pueblo 

6. Sterling 

Rev. I. B. Self. 



6. Wichita. 

1. Austin 

2. Benton 

Cedar Valley 

3. Caldwell 

4. Crystal Springs., 

5. Corwin 

6. Hopewell 

7. Hazleton 

8. Little Walnut.... 

9. Mt. Zion 

Perth 

Pleasant Valley. 

10. Silver Creek 

11. Union 

12. Wellington 



Synod of Kentucky. 

1. Anderson Presbytery. 

1. A.shlaiid 

2. Alex. Hope 

Brier Creek 

Caseyville 

Canoe Creek 

Cairo 

Corinth 

Cypress 

Carlow 

Dawfson 

Dixon 

(Jreenville 

Hender.son 

Macedonia 

Madisonville 

Mt. Caririel 

Mt. IZphraini 

Mt. Iji'l)anon , 

Mt. N.'bo 

Mt. I'isgah 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Zion 

Nebo 

Providence 

Poplar Grove 

Pleasant Ridge 

Rose Creek 

Shiloh 



,Tohn W. Rogers, Canon City, Col 

W. H. Guinn, Colorado Springs, Col. 

X. B. Reed, Currant Creek, Col 

Taylor Green, Elbert, Col 

J. M. .Johnston, Pueblo, Col 

J. M. King, Sterling, Col 



Rev. T. J. Clagett.. 



I. B. Self 

J. G. Lange. 



107 

10 

10 

3 

6 

95 



88000 



1800 
3.500 
1500 



J. H. Hepperly, Anson, Kan 

E. L. Farnsworth, Benton, Kan. 



Levi McGee 

S. D. Wallace.. 



S14S00 



$1200 



J. W. Lowrv, Caldwell, Kan 

T. W. Crofton, Crystal Springs, Kan. 

.1. B. Milam, Corwin, Kan 

James Doesenberry, Anthony, Kan.. 

W. M. Fullertou, Hazleton, Kan 

W. Elder, Douglass, Kan 

James Bromm, South Haven, Kan... 



M. L. Walcher.... 
C. B. Parkhurst... 

J. W. Foose 

M. L. Walcher..., 

J. W. Foose 

T. G. Stansberry. 
M. L. Walcher... 



40 
60 
54 
34 
106 
50 
48 



Robert Pai-raley, Burdau, Kan... 

(i. H. Noble, Kingman, Kan 

J. W. Renick, Wellington, Kan.. 



Levi McGee 

Thomas Penick.. 



6 
"30 
133 



2. Cumberland. 

1. Antioch 

2. Bethel 

3. Big Creek 

4. Carmel 



Joseph Mitchell, Clay, Ky 

Thos. C. Hunt, Manniugton Ky. 

S. W. Earle, Earle, Ky 

W. W. Pierson, Caseyville, Ky.... 
A. T. Posey, Jr., Wilson Station, Ky 

C. W. Melton, Cairo, Ky 

M. L. Stout, Sacramento, Ky 

E. P. Rust, Bremen, Ky 

J. M. Womack, Dixon, Ky 

J. H. (Jross, Dawson, Kv 

Jno. 1). Hill, Dixon Ky .«. 

M. J. Roark, Greenville, Ky 

S. A. Hicks, Henderson Ky 

G. T. Bell, Dalton, Ky 

C. L. Itoss, Madisouville, Ky 

C. C. Harrison, White Plains, Ky. 

A. D. Noe, Sturgis, Ky 

W. H. James, Central" City, Ky 

T. M. McDonald, (Jreenville, Ky.. 

J. J. Rice, Greenville, Ky 

T. I. Bcrrv, Sullivan, Kv 

J. H. Burns, Hebbardsville, Ky.... 

Jno. W. Bone, Nebo, Ky 

J. (.'. Tapp, Providence, Ky 

J. A. Mattingly, Runisey, Ky 

B. V. Armstrong, Providence, Ky 

J. B. Lansden, Nebo, Ky 

J. E. Lisman, Lisman, Ky 



W. W. Wvnns. 



Richard (Jwynn.. 
R. H. Anthony .. 
J. L. Robinson..., 
T. F. Bowman.... 
Richard (iwynn.. 
Richard Gwynn.. 

T. E. Young 

(J. B. M(a)()nald. 

N. F. (iill 

B. T. Watsou 

J. L. Robinson... 



J. W. Beard, Knob Lick, Ky 

W. O. Pace, frail Hoi)e, Ky 

G. W. Rol)ertson, .Milltown, Ky. 
Jno. Wat.son, Cane Valley, Ky... 



S. D. Logan 

G. B. McDonald. 
R. H. Anthony .. 



(r. B. McDimald. 
(J. B. McDonald. 
R. H. Anthony .. 
T. F. Bowman ... 



C. (iraham 

W. W. Wvnns. 
W. W. Wyuns., 



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5. Casey Fork 

6. Cave Hill 

7. Eduioaton 

8. Ewing 

9. Friendship 

10. Good Hope 

Greensburg 

11. Hiseville 

Hope 

12. Liberty 

13. Lick Braiicli 

14. Marrowbone 

15. Moslej' Ridge 

16. Mount Cariuel 

17. Mount Hope 

18. Mount Moriali 

19. Mount Pi.sgali 

20. Neals Chapel 

21. New Antioch 

22. New Hope 

23. New Liberty 

24. New Union 

25. Oak Forest 

26. Osceola 

27. Pleasant (irove 

28. Pleasant Valley 

29. Salem 

30. Shiloh 

Slick Rock 

31. Temperance 

Thurlow 

H. S. Turufir's three sons 
£ev. J. T. Lloyd 



3. Davis. 

1. Antioch 

Bennett's Town 

2. Cliftv 

3. Klkton 

4. Flat Lick 

.5. Goshen 

6. Green Ridge 

7. Hopkinsville 

8. Key.sburg 

9. Liberty.. 

10. .Mt. Hormon 

11. New Hi'liron 

12. Pembroke 

13. Pleasant (jroye 

14. Sharon 

1.5. Sharftn (irove 

Presbyter ial Offering.. 



4. Kentucky. 

1. Bethel 

2. Bethlehem 

3. Caldwell 

4. (lilead 

3. Hebron 

6. Louisville 

7. McDonald 

8. I'itt'.s Point 

9. Pcrrvville 



P. J. Nunn, Marrowbone, Ky.. 



Caleb Coftey, Mouticello, Ky. 
J. T. Stubbs, Gresham, Ky.... 



J. R. Rutlage, Randolph, Ky 

W. R. Davis, Marrowbone, Ky... 
Stewart Kinnard, Red Lick, Ky. 
,^. A. Turner, Randolph, Ky 



Ben Shirley, Summer Shade, Ky 

Garrett Calahan, Edmonton, Ky 

S. R. Ale.xander, Gla.sgow, Ky 

M. Sparks, Sparksville, Ky 

,J. A. Stokes, Horseshoe Bottom, Ky. 

.\. C. Aaron, Crocus, Ky 

J. II. Dearen, Greensburg, Ky 

M. C. Noe, Summersville, Ky 

.!. F. Cunningliam, Osceola, Ky 

W. C. Clark, Randolph, Ky 

J. H. Hays, Knob Lick, Ky 

C. C. Woodward, Monroe, Ky 

Robt. Smith, Campbellsville, Ky 



Wm. Hood, Greensburg, Ky. 



Geo. V. Lacy, Hoiikinsville, Ky. 



(ieo. W. Sears, Jr., Cliftv, Ky 

J. M. Zarecor, Elkton, Ky 

Sandy Joiner, Salineburg, Ky 

J. W" Wilkius, Fairview, Ky 

J. T. Motsinger, Gordonsville, Ky... 

F. il. Mullen, Hopkinsville, Ky 

R. L. Smyth, Keysburg, Ky 

v.. P. Man'son, New Providence, Tenn 

S. I). Chcsnut, Trenton, Ky 

T. ,r. McCormick, Cave Spring, Ky.. 
I). .M. Wliitaker, Casky Station, Ky. 

C. T. Casky, Casky Station, Ky 

11. S. Carter, Hcnnettstown, Ky 

T. .1. Dorris, Sharon (hove, Ky 



J. TI. Bonta, Nevada, Ky 

Bird Smith, Simpsonvillc, Ky 

(i. W. Tarkington, Danville, Ky 

E. R. llall, Lcvce, Ky 

J. S. Coke, McBrayer, Ky 

I'. .M. Collier, Louisville, Ky 

B. W. McDonald, Alum Springs, Ky 
Sam i>L Miller, Pitt's Point, Ky 



H. S. Turner.. 
W. T. Wells... 



B. D. Porter. 



G. W. Hook 

G. W. Hook 

H. S. Parrish 

B. D. Porter 

J. T. Lloyd 

B. D. Porter 

W. H. C. Sandidge., 

H. S. Turner 

H. S. Turner 

W. W. Johnson 

J. G. Ferill 

W. H. C. Sandidge. 
H. B. Daugherty.... 

J. L. Mauk 

W. H. C. Sandidge. 
W. W. Johnson 



W. H. C. Sandidge. 



H. F. Perry.. 



J. M. Gill,D.D.. 



H. F. Perry 

R. L. Ixivman.... 

A. C. Biddlo 

J. M. Gill, D.D.. 

J. J. Rvo 

S. M. (iritlin 

S. M. (irilHn 

J. U. Gill, D.I). 
N. E. Bagwell.... 

H. F. Perry 

R. L. Layman.... 



J. C. Gilliam. 



R. H. Caldwell. 

C. B. Clark 

K. H. Caldwell. 
B. D. Cockrill... 



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Ji'eii/vcky — Continued. 

10. Pleasant Grove 

11. Providence 

12. Salem 

13. Sugar Eidge 

14. Sycamore 

15. Union 

16. Walnut Flat 

JUr. Greenby Bright 

Wommi's liJissioimry Society 
Presbyterial Offering 



5. Logan. 

Auburn 

Adairville 

Bowling Green 

Big Spring 

Bald Knob 

Bethel 

Boiling Spring 

Beech Grove 

Corinth 

Concord 

Carve Kock 

Cold Spring 

Cross Plains 

Ebenezer 

Franklin 

Gasper Eiver 

Hopewell , 

Horse Cave , 

Lebanon 

Little Muddy 

Liberty 

Lewisburg 

Mount Olivet 

Morgantown 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Tabor 

Mud Kiver Valley 

Kew Hope 

Old Union 

Old Gasper 

Pilot Knob 

Pleasant Hill , 

Pleasant Grove 

Point Pleasant 

Russell ville 

Bound Pond , 

Bed Kiver 

Smith's (irove 

Smyrna 

Thurlow 

Trinity 

Walnut Grove 

Woodburn 

Woodbury 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



f>. Mayfleld. 

1. Beech (J rove 

2. Bayou IX'cheine ... 

3. Bethel 

4. Birmingham 



J. W. Dawson, Penick, Ky. 



J. C. Gilliam. 



,T. L. Fry, Hedges, Ky 

W. W. Taylor, Jlitchellsburg, Ky... 
Mrs. Lizzie Harmon, Aliceton, Ky. 
Mrs. M. Curtis, Crab Orchard, Ky.. 



C. B.Clark.... 
J. C. Gilliam. 



K. H. Caldwell. 



M. McDavitt, Auburn, Ky 

E. R. Moore, Adairville, Ky 

Chas. Drake, Bowling Green, Ky... 

W. B. .Tepson, Franklin, Ky 

J. W. Tines, Castelow, Ky 

P. S. Campbell, Homer, Ky 

.J. H. Brown, Brackeutown, Tenn., 

•J. H. Holland, , 

.Tno. T. Perry, Kussellville, Ky 



J. S. Howard 

J. M. Gill, D.D... 
J. A. McDonald.. 



W. H. Perkins. 
W. H. Perkins. 



W. H. Perkins., 



Robt. Phillips, Townsville, Ky 

R. W. Bradly, Portersville, Tenn. 



S. y. Hutcheson, Cave Hill, Ky 

T. B. McKinzie, I'ranklin, Ky 

Jno. W. Moody, Gasper, Ky 

A. Roundtree, Canmer, Ky 

J. H. Martin, Horse Cave, Ky 

A. E. Layman, Logansport, Ky 

R. B. Kuykendall, Sugar Grove, Ky. 
A. T. O. Holmes, Thornton, Tenn... 

I). M. Foulks, Lewisburg, Ky 

A. R. Graham, Bristow, Ky 

Jno. M. Carson, Morgantown, Ky.... 
J. R. Dorris, Fountain Head, Tenn. 



R. W. Binklev. 
W. J. Haden.;.. 



J. L. Price 

C. W. Witt 

W. H. Perkins. 
M. M. Smith.... 
J. L. Price 



Jno. B. Long, Russellvillc, Ky 

Edgar Price, South Union, Ky 

Jno. Massey, Bowling Green, Ky 

Jno. R. Morton, South Union, Ky... 

J. W. Hobay, Woodburn, Ky 

W. H. Posey, Rockfield, Ky 

Lsliaui Richardson, Horse Cave, Ky. 

J. R. Read, Logan.^port, Ky 

Geo. L. Gillum, Russcllville, Ky 

Miss Lizzie Witt, New Roe, Ky 

M. E. Orndortf', Schochoh, Ky 

Jas. W. Helm, Smith's (irove, Ky... 
W. H. Benson, New Roe, Ky 



W. H. Perkins., 
W.J. Haden.... 
M. M. Smith.... 
T. J. Shannon.. 
J. S. Howard... 
M. M. Smith.... 



C. W. Witt 

W. J. Haden.... 
R. W. Binkley. 



L. H. Skiles, Rich Pond, Ky. 



R. F. Adair.. 



W. E. Bass, Woodburn, Ky 

Geo. W. Terry, Woodbury, Ky 



R. F. Adair.. 
J. L. Price... 



J. P. Scott, Swan, Ky 

E. T. Lalta, Water Valley, Ky 

J. 'II. Buchanan, Lovelacevillc, Ky. 



C. G. Kennedy. 
C. G. Kennedy. 
J. G. Webb 



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58 00 


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814 00 






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265 90 




















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16 65 


































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196 
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262 00 






















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2 45 








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315 
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16 40 
25 73 


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4 75 


21 
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390 60 


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119 48 






















































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6 

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40 
130 
414 


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325 


7 70 


7 00 


8 85 
3 50 
6 20 


8 60 


9 


4 67 


4 


20 


403 67 
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36 


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9 
3 


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275 
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5 


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30 
24 

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269 

20 
10 
15 


110 


152 


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85108 


834 95 


8132 85 


8155 80 


8152 92 


8403 13 


8135 


8114 32 

811 00 
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8390 


814372 27 
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82 90 




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1 86 



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[1890. 



Name of the 
Congregation. 

• 


Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 


• 
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2 


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6 

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2 


70 


8 700 


1 




Coffeeville 








Coxes 
















' 6. Goodspring 


J. T. Cunningham, Dukedom, Tenn. 


C. G Kennedy 


7 


94 


800 


1 




7. Good Hope 






8. Highland 




W. D. Rudoipii 












9. Hebron 


































D. L. Winslow, Wingo, Ky 


.T. G. Webi) 


17 


94 


1000 


1 


70 










12. Mayfield 


D. B. Coulter, Mayfield, Kv 


P. M. Fitzgerald 

J. V. King 


32 


IGl 


4000 


4 


125 


13. Mill Creek 


J. P. Porter, .Spring Hill, Tenn 

T. T. Smith, Lowes, Kv 




14. MoulU Carinel 




















7 


106 


1000 


1 


40 


16. Mount Plea.sant 








17. New Hope 




J. G. Webb 




130 
80 
36 
75 
35 
52 


1000 
900 
200 

1000 
500 

1800 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 


43 


18. Oakland 


Bagwell, Sharp, Ky 

C. R. Anderson, Wadesboro, Ky 


J. E. Edwards 




60 


19. Oak Grove 


S M Radford 






20. Pleasant Grove 


J. V. King 


6 
4 
52 


80 


21. Palina 


H. P. Johnson, Palma", Ky 

D. T. Wavnick. Paducah," Kv 


.T. D. Kirkpatrick.... 
D. T Wavnick 


48 


22. Paducah 


102 


23. Pleasant Valley 


F. Rudolpli, Ogden's Landing, Ky... 
W. T. Wilburn, Pryorsburg, Ky 


W. D. Rudolph 








3 


140 
25 
60 
12 


400 


1 










26. Shady Grove 






15 


200 


1 


























28. Union 






3 


84 
15 

60 


700 


1 


4? 










30. Unity 






1 






















H. Clav Jolly, Hardinsburg, Kv 

H. C. Buckler, Eveleicth, Kv..." 


J. C Crabtree 








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1 

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1 
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1 
1 
1 
1 
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71 

1 
10 


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40 
50 
55 
62 
40 
20 
30 
152 
20 
85 
31 
65 
94 
06 
34 
31 
.50 
62 
27 
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41 
25 
45 
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30 
16 


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150 
400 
500 
200 
250 
1.5(1 
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721 








3. Bethel 


W. T. Dowell, Garfield, Kv 






4 Clifton . . 


S D Parks Clifton Mills Kv 


a K Alorris 








W. A Bashani 


19 




6. Ephesus 




G. W. St. Clair 








2 






Dudley Hayncs, Oarfiold, Kv 


G. E. INtorris 




9. Liberty 


W. A Priest Itosctta, Ivv 








^V. D. AndiMscin, ('iincyyille, Kv 




17 
3 

1 


500 
250 
716 
2.50 
100 
350 






W. E. Wortham 




12. Millwood 


G. A. Caninbell, Millwood, Ivv 




Ki. Mount Hebron 


W. M. Kelly, Hardin Springs', Ky.... 

Athel Cuniniirigs, Heady, Ky 

Enos K. Hawkins, .Millerstown, Ky.. 
J. T. Ilaeklcv, lligdou. Ky 


J. W. Eans 






J. D. Harned 




1.5. Millerstdwn 


J. S. Ward 








fi 
10 










500 
















(i M. Aldridgc, West View, 'Kv. ...... 






100 
300 


"i 




20. Needhatn 


John H. Cundifl", Meeting Creek, Kv 
E. IL Tucker, Bura.s, ivv 


H. C. Hook 


2 














W. E. Wortham 


13 
3 
6 


750 
100 
5011 
200 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 


40 




John H. Iy<!graiul, Garlield, Ky 




24. .Shrew.sbury 

'2o. Short Creek 




30 


H. C. Butler, Short Creek, Kv 

J. T. Netherton, Leitchlield, Kv 

J. T. Hackley, Higdon, Kv 


J. D. Harned 


?5 


26. Tavlor's Chapel 

27. White Mills 


J D. Harned 


2 




J. S. Ward 




28. AVcstClil'ty 




















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112 


1460 


«7791 


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8 GO 














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3 


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5 35 


S33 95 


8135 


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480 80 




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41 40 


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12 70 










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1 75 






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20 
30 
20 
10 
40 
50 
51 

10 

22 
42 
40 
17 


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S59 91 


§82 40 


893 27 
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8182 


8C2 35 

81 50 
2 85 


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84320 91 

8 24 50 

92 85 


















































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1 






82 10 










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$100 


817 


140 60 






















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115 00 






























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54 10 






















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1 50 

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4 
4 






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5 

7 
8 


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16 


104 60 




22 


















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200 


3 


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12 00 
















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2 25 
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1 00 














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20 


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13 
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11 








1 




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20 00 




























4 




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2 25 

50 

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100 
200 


115 25 
















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4 00 

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1 














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41 


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23 




8(i81 


4 75 


S41 01 




85 45 




S14 


:f29 35 


S73)i 


859 


81644 84 













1 88 



Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name of the 
congreuation. 



Clerk op the Session 
AND Post-office. 



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s. Ohio. 

1. Antioeh 

2. Boswell 

3. Beulah 

4. Calhoun 

0. Ebenezer 

6. Hickory 

7. Hartforil 

8. Mt. Zion 

9. Mt. Pleasant 

10. Mt. Vernon 

11. Owensboro 

12. Pleasant Ridge 

13. Pleasant View 

14. Plea.saut Hill 

15. Viola 

Rev. Willis Smilh. 



9. Princeton. 

1. Bavou Creek 

2. Beils Mines 

3. Bethlebem 

4. Carrsville 

5. Cave Spring 

6. Flat Rock 

7. Fredoniu 

8. Hopewell 

9. Liberty 

1(1. Marion 

11. Meadow Creek.... 

12. Mount Zion 

13. New Salem 

14. Oak Gro\e 

1.5. Piney Fork 

1(). Princeton 

17. Sugar Grove 



Synod of Mi.s.'jis.siim'i. 

1. Bell Presbytery. 

1. Ashland 

Baldwin 

2. Bethel 

3. Booneville 

4. Corinth 

5. Fairfield 

6. Feenister 

7. Harmony 

8. Hebron 

Hickory Flat 

9. Hojjcwell 

10. Liberty 

11. Mt. .lov 

12. Mt. I'lexsant 

1:'.. Mt. Zion 

14. New Bethany 

1.5. New Hope 

Ifi. New Salem 

17. Pine (irove 

18. Plea.sant Ridge 

19. Prospect 

Rienzi 

20. Saltillo 

Shannon .• 



J. H, Crabtree, Calhoun, Ky... 

Robert Smith, Sorgho, Kv 

V. D. Stevens, Hartford, ICy.... 

F. E. Porter, Calhoun, Ky 

A. Brooks, Haynesville, Ky 

L. L. Tavlor, Rosine, Kv 

W. Milligan, Hartford, Ky 

W. W. Cavin, Fnsor, Ky 

C. M. Ruby, Glennville, Ky 

S. B. Burnett, Cloverport, Ky... 
J. G. Delker, Owensboro, Ky... 
W. L. Glenn, Owensboro, Ky.. 



W. T. Galloway, Elba, Ky. 
C. Meadows, Mathews, Ky . 



Henry Robinson, Hampton, Ky. 

J. A. Heiua, Casevville, Kv 

W. P. Black, Crider, Ky...^ 

J. A. Trimble, Carrsville, Ky.... 

C. W. Allen, Tradewater, Ky 

S. W. Moore, Fredouia, Ky 

R. R. Morgan, Fredonia, Ky 

Wm. Crawford, Carrsville, Ky... 
George Jenkins, Princeton, Ky.. 

A. H. Lamb, Marion, Ky 

L. B. Thurmond, Blackford, Ky. 

C. E. C. Travis, Weston, Kv 

I. F. Threlkeld, Levias, Kv 

C. M. Powell, Smithland, Ky 

H. P. Jacobs, Crayneville, Ky. .. 

W. A. James, Princeton, Kv 

W. H. Walker, Iron Hill, Ky.... 



N. W. Buntin, Ashland, Miss.. 



J. C. Benson, Verona, Miss 

P. B. Mitchell, Booneville, Miss 

W. E. Small, Corinth, Ky 

J. P. Rol>in.son, Blue Springs, Miss.. 

A. Mauldin, Baldwyn. Miss 

H. C. Wilson, Shannon, Mi.ss 

R. A. Bell, Randolph, Mi.ss 



J. 1). Nabors, Saulsbury, Tenn.... 

J. J. Hicks, Pine Grove, MLss 

J. W. Morris, Rienzi, Mi.ss 

John Mc(iaughey, Verona, Miss.. 

J. M. Pasner, Falkner, Miss 

Dr. Orr, Nettleton, Miss 

W. T. Young, Riplev, Miss 

J. H. Kimbrough, olioloua. Miss. 
Sherod Reynolds, Hickory Flat, Miss 

K. W. Hoi'inoll, Ilinkle, Miss 

W. H. Lokie, Orizaba, Mis.s 



J. H. Frances, Saltillo, Miss . 



Willis .Smith 

J. M. Vanhorn 

W. S. Winkler 

Willis Smith 

W. S. Winkler 

S. J. Ritchej- 

J. B. Waggoner 

Willis Smith 

Willis Smith 

W. S. Winkler 

E. T. Bowers, H.D. 
Willis Smith 



W. S. Winkler., 
W. S. Winkler., 



J. B. Lowev 

W. C. M. Travis. 
M. E. Chappell... 



W. C. M. Travis.., 

B. T. Watson 

]Nr. E. Chappell..., 

J. B. Lowey 

(J. L. Woodruff... 

J. F. Price 

B. F. McMicau... 
W. C. M. Travis. 
J. B. Lowey 



,r. f . Price 

B. T. Watson. 
J. F. Price 



J. E. McShan.. 
J. E. McShan.. 
G. W. Glover.. 

B. B. Strain 

J. E. McShan... 
A. J. French... 



J. S. Laird., 



J. T. Borah 

J. E. McShan., 



J. C. Blanton. 
S. C. Bass 



B. B. Strain.... 
J. T. Borah 



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1000 



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1200 
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13110 
1500 
1000 

500 
20000 
2000 



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1500 

2000 

1200 

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1200 

120(1 

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2000 
2500 
1.500 



SI 6350 



? 300 
4(HI 
40(H1 
500 
SOO 
1000 
400 



3(MI 



300 
400 



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Statistical Tables. 



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64 
90 
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Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name of the 
Congregation. 



Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



■-.2 



■ EX! 

— a 
o a 



Bell — Colli inued. 

21. Shiloh 

22. Spring Hill 

23. Tupelo 

24. Union 

25. Valley Grove 

Mrs. E. Boley 

^frs. T. V. Price.... 
Mrs. H. P. Taylor.. 



2. Mississippi. 

1. Bethel 

2. Big Oak 

3. Beech Springs 

4. Erin 

5. Ediuburg 

6. Harperville 

Louisville 

7. Line Prairie 

8. McDonald 

9. Midway 

10. Mount Bethel 

11. Mount Plea.sant 

12. Mount Zion 

13. Neshoba 

14. New Ireland 

1.5. New Zion 

16. Pearl Chapel 

17. Pleasant Hill 

18. Pleasant Hill 

19. Reformation 

20. Saleui 

21. Sharon 

22. Shiloh 

23. Smyrna 

24. Steam Mill 

25. Woodland 

26. Zion 

27. Kelley's Chapel 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



3. New Hope. 

1. Antioeh 

2. Beershcha 

3. Brooksvillc 

4. Bethany (.Miss.)... 
.■>. Bethany (Ala.).... 

6. Bethel 

7. Caledonia 

8. Columbus 

9. Concord 

10. Cumberland 

11. Kanon 

12. Priendship 

13. Pcrnbauk 

1-1. Fayette 

15. Glenwood 

16. Ilermon 

17. llarnioiiy 

IH. Hopewell 

111. L'wisville 

20. Lihertv 



C. R. Kerr, Kossuth, Mi.ss 

A. Watson, Saltillo, Mi.ss 

W. L. Clavton, Tupelo, Miss 

R. E. Baker, Okolona, Miss 

M. A. Thomas, Michigan City, Miss. 



W. H. Williams, Yorka, Miss.. 
James Miller, Moscow, Miss.... 
Smith, Edinburg, Miss . 



J. M. Vance, Lvacern, Miss. 

A. N. McMillan, .Edinburg, Miss. 

C. B. Hadden, Harperville, Miss. 



Stewart Martin, Morton, Miss 

H. W. McDonald, Laurel Hill, Miss. 
T. J. Atkison, Newton Station, Miss 
W. E. Cooper, Watkiusville, Miss.... 



G. W. Calvert, Rio, Miss 

W. .T. Cooper, Philadelphia, Miss.. 

H. H. Vance, Lucern, Miss 

E. M. Williams, Plattsburg, Miss .. 
■, Miliville, Miss 



\V. W. Burroughs, Rome, Miss. 

•B. Watkius, Carthage, Miss 

T. J Williams, Carthage, Miss.... 
W. .T. Barber, Sebastcjp"], iSIiss.... 
O. Echols, Marysvillc, Mi.ss 



J. M. Leach, Smyrna, Mi.ss 

E. A. Smith, High Hill, -Miss. 

Hugh Parker, Hope, Miss 

,T. H. Morris, Lena, Miss 



.T. H. -McGahey, Providence, Ala 

.1. W. JiIcKellar. Columbus, Miss 

Noill ^McLeod, Brooksville, Mi.ss 

.1. E. Triplet, Webster, Miss 

W. P. Buntin, Bethany, Ala 

.1. (i. I'oindexter, Cliftoiivillc, Miss. 

A. L. Myers, CaledMnia, Miss 

•Tames (iastun, Columbus, Miss 

A. H. I'.ailv, Cumticrland, Miss 

Thos. Brickfield, ( uinbcrland, Mi.s.s. 

C. C. Crawford, .Vkcrmaii, aMI.ss 

Riley Nichols, Aberdeen, Miss 

.loliii Cssery, I'ernbauk, Ala 

i;d. K<..«e, Mantua, Ala 

Rolicrt Brown, (iibson, Miss 

.1. S. Bryant, Aberdeen, Miss 

F. M. Iliehards, Vernon, Ala 

M. Delk, Lauderdale, Miss 

.L F. McMillan, Louisville. .Miss 

P. I,. Itodi'.Ms. Northjioit. .Ma 



B. B. Strain 

G. W. Glover. 
J. E. McShan.. 



W. H. Kelly.. 
J. M. Milling . 
Smith.. 



A. M. McBryde.... 
Jas. F. McDonald . 
J. M. Milling 



W. H. Willis. 



J. M. Milling 

A. M. McBrvde.. 

W. H. Willis 

J. M. Milling 



J. M. Milling.. 
S. C. Ashmore. 

w'.H. Keiiv.!' 
J. M. Milling .. 
S. C. Ashmore. 
W. H. Kelly... 



W. H. Kelly 

W. II. Kelly 

A. M. McBryde. 



T. B. Wood 

T. B. Wood 

D. Mclxjod 

J. M. Henry 

D. McLcod 

R. H. Sanders 

T. B. Wood 

.1. 1). Black 

.1. .1. Daltou 

W. L. ( hildrcss.. 
R. H. Sandcr.s,... 
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S. .1. Givens 

S. J. Givens 

J. T. Hytche... 
fi. R. George... 
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Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name op the 
Congregation. 



Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



Pastok. 



.2 

3 c« 



5h 



Aew Hope — Contimu'd. 

21. Lynu Creek 

2'2. Lebanon 

23. Mount Carmel 

24. Mount Hebron 

2.5. Mount Pi.sgah 

2G. Mayhew 

27. Mount Plea.sant 

28. Meridian 

29. New Bethel 

:W. New Lebanon 

•SL Pearson's Chapel 

32. Pleasant Hill (Ala.)... 

33. Pleasant Hill (Mi.ss.). 

34. Pine Grove 

3.5. Plea.sant Ridge 

Prospect 

36. Rural Hill 

37. School House 

38. South Union 

39. Spring Hill 

40. Starkville 

4L Sttirges 

42. Simmons 

43. Union Chapel 

44. Union Grove 

4.). Vernon 

46. We.st Point 

47. Woodlawn 

48. Webster 

49. Woodland 

Yellow Creek 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



4. Oxford. 

Bates ville 

Bethel 

Bethany 

Black Jack 

Byhalia 

(Jourtland 

Corteeville 

Concord 

Ebenezer 

lOudora 

Jlarrison 

Hernando 

Kingdom 

Liberty Hill 

Mount Zion 

Nesbit 

New Bethlehem 

New Garden 

New Bethany 

New Hope 

Oakland 

Oxford , 

Pleasant Hill 

I'rospcrity 

Pine Hill 

Sardinia 

Senatobia 

Pre-ibyterial Offering.. 



P. s. White, Lynn Creek. ■Sti.ss , 

W. Obannon, bouble Springs, Miss. 

E. C. Smith, Temple, Miss 

J. H. Milligan, Caledonia, Miss 

Joe Dowdle, Vernon, Ala 

Charles Hearon, Mayhew, Miss 

John Cumraings, Northport, Ala 

E. H. Hoghead, Meridian, Miss 

M. A. J. Evans, Columlius, Miss 

James Ingram, Perkinsville, Miss... 

J. N. Edwards, Starkville, Miss 

L. L. Lyon, Mantua, Ala 

W. W. Ellis, Cedar Blutf, Miss 

S. W. Lacy, Columbus, Miss 

Thos. Young, Aberdeen, Miss 



J. M. Henry 

W. L. Childress... 

J. T. Hytche 

Ed. Younghance . 
Ed. Younghance . 

J. A. Ellis 

R. H. Halbert 

R. A. Cody 

T. B. Wood 

J. M. Henry 

J. A. Ellis-. 

R. H. Halbert 

J. A. Ellis 

S. J. Givens 

S. J. Givens 



L. iUillsaps. Cairo, JNIiss 

E. E. Hull, Cairo, Miss 

L. H. Covington, Cairo, Miss 

Sam Cooper, Daleville, Miss 

T. J. Wood, Starkville, Miss 

B. D. .Mmms, Sturges, Miss 

G. B. Simmons, Lauderdale, Mis.s.... 

J. N. Bell, Dow, Miss 

Berry Smith, Macon, Miss 

J. E. Stewart, Oktoc, Miss 

J. H. L. Gerdine, West Point, Miss.. 

W. H. Gaston, Columbus, Miss 

G. W. White, Webster, Mi.ss 

W. A. McCluny, Woodland 



W. L. Childress. 

J. A. Ellis 

J. M. Henry 



R. H. Sanders 

R. H. Sanders 

D. McLeod 

Ed. Younghance . 

W. C. Ross 

J. A. Ellis 

E. E. Morris 

T. B. Wood 

G. K. George 

W. F. Childress.. 



L. D. Nickles, Batesville, Miss. 
E. M. Hall, Lewisburg, Miss.... 



G. R. Harrison. 
J. H. White 



J. T. Harmon, Wallace, Miss 

J. B. Taylor, Byhalia, Miss 

M. ,T. Deaton, Courtland, Mi.ss 

J. T. Hale, Coffeeville, Mi.ss 

J. P. McNamee,Cent'l Academy, Miss 

J. A. Freeze, Coldwater, Miss 

J. C. White, Eudora, Miss 

C. C. .Tack.son, Harrison, Miss 

T. U. Maxwell, Hernando, Miss 

William Porter, O.xford, Miss 

IL J. King, Sardis, Miss 



G. R. Harrison 

J. H. White 

(i. R. Harrison 

R. S. Thomas, J). I). 

G. R. Harrison 

J. H. White 

Richard Inge 

T. J. Baker 

U. J. Hearon 



J. G. Robinson. 



W. L. Lundy, Nesbit, Miss 

L. M. Gartrell, Day's, Miss 

M. H. Muns, Independence, Miss.... 



U. J. Hearon. 
Richard Inge.. 
J. H. White... 



T. J. Baker, Oakland, Miss 

George Hill, Oxford, Miss 

W. I'. Henley, Pleasant Hill, Miss... 

Martin Lee, Byhalia, .Miss 

Wm. Steel, Charleston, .Miss 

C. H. Duke, Harrison, Mi.ss 

D. L. Dean, Senatobia, Miss 



T. J. Baker 

B. G. Mitchell. 
.1. G. Robinson. 

J. H. White 

T. J. Baker 

T. J. Baker 

U. J. Hearon ... 



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Kosciusko 

Liberty 

MountBetlie! 

Matheiiy Deadening.. 

New Eheuezer 

New Hope 

New Betliel 

Old .Salem 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Peasant Springs 

Sliiloh 

Sabougla 

.Sarepta 

Sharon 

.Switzer Sehool-hou.se. 

Zlon 

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Bethany 

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Gallatin 

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Salem 

Shoal r^eek 

Trenton 

Wheeling 

Pretbyteruil Offerivg.... 



B. M. Sheehy, Bowling Green, Miss. 

Willie Edniiin, Atlanta, Miss 

.1. A. Turner, Ethel, Miss 



Green Morgan, VValtha'l, Miss 

.J. A. Q. staples, Hunisvi le, Miss.. 
J. M. Hart, Pickens Station, Mi.ss.. 
G. Mabry, Kosciusko, Miss 



W. A. Stittbrd, Winona, Miss 

Tom Durham. Mareella, Miss 

W. .1. Philley, Tomnolin. Miss 

W. J. Avent, Starnes. Miss 

N. Williams, Maytield, Mis.s 

J. K. Minyard, Blackmanton, Miss. 

J. M. MuCaleb, Lexington, Miss 

.). R. lindall, Mlsterton, -Miss 

J. R. Gordon, Alva, Miss 

.Jas. T. Wai-d, Cameron, M ss 

J. S. Bradford, Cadaretta, Miss 

G. W. Coltey, Alva, Miss 



.T. W. Taylor, ( leaveland, Mi.ss 

.1. E. D. fiowe, Yazoo City, Miss... 



H. .). Hamond, Alpha, Mo 

.lames Waugh, .Jamesport, Mo. 

M. (iunn, Bethanv, Mo 

S. V. Perry, Bucklin, Mo 



J. W. Smith, Winston, Mo , 

J. T. Lile. Gallatin, Mo , 

U. W. O'Daniel, Coiliesburg, Mo.. 



R. K. Carjienter, Wyandot, Mo., 



V. .1. Carman, .lamesport. Mo... 

L. W. Crum. Mable, -Mo 

W. C. Dougherty, Colonia, Mo. 
David Cady, Linneus, Mo 



Thos. .S. Steel, Roads. Mo 

Ale.\. McCoIluni, Bethany, Mo 

Reuben Thomas. Hattiold, Mo 

N. (fodwin, Wiishington Center Mo. 

W. T. Minick, Lock Spring, Mo 

John W. Lilly, Chilliecthe, Mo 

W. K. MeG.e, Chnla, Mo 

F. .1. Busby, Carridlt n, Mo 

Mary C. Shiflett. Eversonville, Mo... 

.]. W. Dearing. Milan, Mo 

S. J. Kelso, Tindall. Mo 

.1. H. Carter, (iallatin, Mo 

.lohn A. C<>llins, Jamesport, Mo 



E. L. >[cWi lianis... 

iT. P. Moore 

J. F. McDonald 



J. P. Moore 

W. P. McKimmey. 

W. P. McBryde 

E. L. McWilliams.. 



G. W. Strickland.... 

J. Y. Philley 

W. p. McKimmey. 

W. P. McBryde 

W. P. McKimmey . 
G. W. Strickland.... 
W. P. McBrvde 



G. W. Strickland . 
J. F. McDonald... 

H. Y. McCaleb 

G. W. Strickland . 



J. Y. Phillev 



,T. M. Ragan. 
L. F. Hayes.. 



P. W. Wynn. 



L. F. Haves 

W. N. Nick. II. 



Amos (.'oen. 



W. N. Nickell. 

E. S. Ragan 

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H. C. Shook.... 



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J. M. Ragan 

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Bear Creek 

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Callao 

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Kahoka 

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Unity.." 

Rev. R. W7ii/ehead.... 
Presliyferial Offering. 



3. D. Crawford, Ec{)nomy, Mo.. 

Ella Ayhvard, Brock, Mo 

L. C. Linn, Atlanta, JIo 

, Callao, Mo 



J. S. Hickman, Shibley's Point, Mo. 

Elijah Rinehart, Novelty, Mo 

ii. T. Clark, Annabel, Mo 

Chas. Uoff, Gorin, Mo 



Jos. Thompsi>u, Hartford, Mo 

C. C. Chinn, Blooiuington, Mo 

B. F. .Strickler, Kahoka, Mo 

W. T. Baird, Kirksville, Mo 

W. E. Williams, La Plata, Mo 

A. L. Epi)erson, Macon, Mo 

Spec. Brown, Livonia, Mo 

S. D. Mitchell, Memphis, Mo 

S. Allen, Downing, Slo 

Elias Eriek.son, Medill, Mo 

Dr. J. D. Skidmore, Jlemphis, Mo. 

F. M. Hope, Downing, Mo 

T. .1. Capps, Dauorth, Mo 

D. W. Piller.s, Callao, Mo 

(t. W. Motter, Kirksville, Mo 

Jos. S. Thompson, Sue City, Mo 

Nathan Byars, Cherry Box, Mo 



J. W. Morris, Hill, Mo 

M. T. Stein, Plea.sant Home, Mo. 
C. G. Duty, Peak.sville, Mo 



A. C. Goodding, Atlanta, Mo. 

L. V. Ledford, Stahl, Mo 

W. H. Turner, .Sue Citv, Mo.. 
J. M. Witt, Memphis, Mo 



G. N. Burns 

C. H. Whitehead. 



W. H. .Johnston 

G. N. Burns 

G. N. Burrii 

C. H. W hitehead 

H. C. Shook .•. 



J. B. Latimer 

J. 8. Mitchell, D.D. 

T. E. Delzell 

C. H. Whiteheail 



R. Whitehead 

H. C. Shook 

J. B. Latimer 

W. II.,Tohii.st()U... 
J. B. I.owrance.... 
C. H. U hitehead. 

H. W. Berry 

J. B. Latimer 

G. N. Burns 

J. B. Lowrance.... 



W. C. Herdman.. 

G. N. Burns 

J. B. Latimer 



:;. Le.rinytoii. 

1. Altono 

2. Antioeh 

:j. Bates City 

4. Bear Creek 

- 5. Bethel 

fi. Belton 

7. Blue Springs 

8. Butler 

9. Ceiiterview 

10. Chapel Hill 

11. Chalk Level 

12. ('hilhowee 

13. Clinton 

14. Concord 

1.^. Corinth 

l(i. Columbus 

Eden View 

17. P'ields Creek 

Foster 

15. Freeman 

I'.l. (iarden City 

20. Cireenton ...'. , 

21. Harrisonville 

22. Hickory fJrove. 
2:}. Holden. 



J. .M. Heeder, .\drian. Mo 

E. C. Chase, Menhim, Kan 

H. E. King, Bales City, Mo 

J. M. Howcrton, Holden, Mo 

L. W. Estes, Knobnoster, Mo 

P. M. Lee, Belton, Mo 

J. F. Baird, Blue Springs, Mo 

J. W. Reisner, But! r, Mo 

W. P. Lattinier, Centerview, Mo 

A. C. (Jreen, Chapel Hill, Mo 

R. F. Barr. Chalk Level, Mo 

S. W. Diib.son, (^hilhowee. Mo 

T. M. Casey, Clinton, Mo 

Plea.xant H'ill, Buller, Mo 

T. C. Porter, Westporl, Mo 

VV. H. Hammond, Columbus, Mo.. 



J. W. Taylor, Clinton, Mo. 



Wm. Dolan, Freeman, Mo 

W. (i. McCullouph, Dayton, Mo 

J. A. Chamberlain, (ireenton. Mo.... 
J. S. Wooldridgc, Harrisonville, Mo, 

Geo. H. Hackney, I'rich, Mo 

W. A. Campbell; Holden. Mo 



F. E. Delzell 

C. H. Whitehead. 

G. N. Burns 

W. C. Herdman... 



James A. Poteet.. 

S. D. Giviu.s 

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Y. W. Whitsettt . 

G. L. Moad 

S. D. Glvins 

B. 1'". Logan 

I. (i. Thompson.., 

J. (i. Dalton 

C.J. Barr 

C. C. McConnell., 
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11. "C. Sharpe 

J. A. Poteet 

G. W. Mathis.... 



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Lexington — Contin tied. 

24. Hopewell 

25 Hume 

26. Indcpeiuleuce 

27. Kansas City 

28. KuobiKister 

s Latoiir 

29. Lee'.s Summit 

30. Lexiugtuu 

31. Littk- Blue 

32. Mary's Chapel 

33. Mount (armel 

34. Mount Hebron 

35. M<nint Hope 

36. Mount Moriali 

37. Montrose 

38. Mount Zion 

.39. New Harmony 

40. Xew Liberty 

41. New Prospect 

42. Oak (Jrove 

43. Odessa 

44. Peru liar 

45. Pisgali 

46. Pleasant (irove 

47. Pleasant Prairie 

48. Pleasant Kidge 

49. Providence 

50. Rich Hill 

51. Rock .Spring 

52. .Salem 

53. .Shawnee Mound 

.54. Shil.ih 

55. Spring Grove 

56. .Strasburg 

57. .Surpri.se 

58. Tebo 

59. Walnut 

60. Walnut (irove 

61. Wa rensburg 

62. Westport 

Wellington 

63. Windsor 

64. Wood's Chapel 

lieo. L. U. C. Mock 

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4. McGkv. 

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Bethel 

Bethanv 

Bethlclicni 

Bynurnville 

Blutr .Spring 

Brush ( rc(!k 

Clark 

Cairo 

Colleg*. Mound., 

Corinth 

Kldad 

<irand Prairie.. 

< iuthric 

Ilolliday 

Macon 

Middle Kiver.... 
Moberly 



Jacob McMillian ilontrose, Mo 

•F. C. McCurdy, Hume, Mo 

V. 15. Robison, Independence, Mo.... 
.Seth B. Bradley, Kansas City, Mo.... 

W. R. Brown, Knobnoster, Mo 

H. .\. Stett, Latour, Mo 

Wni. Lewis, Lee's Summit, Mo 

S. V. .Sniith, Lexington. Mo 

F. M. King, Lake Citv, Mo 

.1. T. Gillum, Montserrat, Mo 

C. H. Jfertel, La Due. Mo 

Samuel Smith, Mayview, Mo 

W. .\. Hoi and, Montrose, Mo 

J. E. Newton, Warrensburs;, Mo 

1). W. Elliott, Montrose, Mo 

.1. H. Woodford, Warrensbnrg Mo.. 

lioy Mason, Clinton, Mo 

.1. T. Hughes, Leo. Mo 

T. Polk James, ."^pi^lcton Citv, Mo.. 

J. H. Parker, Favette ille, M"o 

M. G. Wood, Odessa, Mo 

H. M. Davis, Peculiar, Mo 

.1. W. Tay or, Centerview, Mo 

R. D. Brandon, Knobnoster, Mo 

R. ('. Mabry, Oak Grove, Mo 

Clark Wix, Hu'son, Mo 

M. F. Hulse, Holden, Mo 

J. F. Tedford, Rich Hill, Mo 

P. H. Givins, Kingsville, Mo 

E. T. ( oleman, Fayetteville, Mo 

S. H. Elliott, Shawnee, Mound, .Mo. 

J. S. Thomas, Po.st Oak, Mo 

Wm. Carroll, .lohnson Citv, Mo 

J. D. .Satterfield, .Strasburg, Mo 

H. B. Wither.spoon, (iains, .Mo 

J. F. Hargrave, Lewis Station, Mo.. 

I). W. .Steele, New Home, Mo 

W. L. Ogg, .lohustown, Mo 

W. K. Morrow, Warrensbnrg, Mo.... 
L. ,\. Goodman, We-stport, Mo 



J. S, Wood, Blue Springs, Mo. 



W. A. Hav 

J. A. Poteet 

R. B. Ward 

B. P. Fullerton .. 
Y. W. Whitsett.. 

C. C MoConuel!. 
A. B. Francisco . 

Wm. M. Read 

J. (J. Dalton 

J. H. Houx 

W. T. Gilliam ... 
L. F. L. Clemens 

Z. T. Orr 

G. W. Alathis.... 

C. P. Duvall 

J. H. Houx 

W. T. Gilliam... 

S. I>. tiivins 

J. A. Poteet 

J. H. Houx 

.T. W. Mitchell... 

<i. L. Moad 

J. H. Hdux 

Y. W. Wliitsett.. 

J. <;. Dalton 

M. F. Wells 

(;. W. Mathis 

M. F. fV>wden.... 
C. C. Mct'onnell. 

G. W. Mathis 

Z. T. Orr 

Z. T. Orr 

W. T. (iilliam.... 

J. A. I'rather 

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W. A. Walker.. 

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J. .S. Clarkson, roll,n,. Mound, Mo. 

A. S. Taylor, Keytcsvillc, Mo 

J. L. (iarner, Centialia, .Mo 

Luther Logan, Hvniinivilli', Mo 

J. N. Vaughn, .Mrothcr, Mo , 

J. S. Blue, New Cambria, Mo 

W. R. Barry, Clark, M<, 

J. A. Hannah, Cairo, .Mo 

H. P. Lingo, ('ollege Mound, Mo 

James L. Mason, ( hrancville, Mo... 

A. ('. Broadus, Darks ille. Mo 

(r. W. Shaw, Cairo, Mo 

S. N. (Juthric. liulbri.', Mo 

T. W. M.tonnick, Ilolliday, Mo.... 

Ben Eli Guthrie, Macon, Mo 

J. R. Eber.sole, Fulton, Mo 

O. E. Hannah Moberly, Mo 



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20. Mt. Hope : 

New Bethel 

Paris 

21. Prairie Hill 

22. Roanoke 

23. Salem 

24. Salisbury 

25. Sharon 

26. Shiloh 

27. Sugar Creek 

28. Sweet Spriug 

29. Union 

SO. Westville 

^frs. E. \V. Shepherd 

Rev. J. W. MitcheU and wife 



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1. C'armel 

2. Diiubar 

:i. NeVjraska City 

4. Providence 

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J. C. Jenkins, Huntsville, Mo 



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Alex. Denny, Roanoke, Mo 

T. ,T. Patton, .lacksonville. Mo... 
W. R. Slaughter, Salisbury, Mo... 

H. C. Thorp, .Armstrong, Mo 

.1. T. Moore, Paris, Mo 

J. C. Baird, Moberly, Mo 

J. .T. Kirkpntrick, Yates, Mo 

.1. W. School iiii;-, Riggs, Mo 

J. S. .Staples, Westville, Mo 



J. T. Halliburton.. 

R. A.Williams 

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W. B. Davis, Union, Nel) 



E. L. Uptigrove.. 

R. F. Powell 

J. B. Green, D.D. 
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Bethel 

Center Creek 

Clear Creek 

Ckjncord 

Cassville 

Exeter 

Forest Home 

Hart 

Hickory (irove 

I>oiie Star 

Liberty 

.Mount Comfort 

Mount .Toy 

Mitchell's Prairie. 

Marr's Hill 

Neosho 

Ncwtonia 

Purdy 

IMerce City 

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5. Centretown 

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W. H. Jouo, .^iuciixir, -Mil 

Robt. A. Stevens, Itocils, Mo 

S E. Brown, Pierce (ity. Mo 

W. C. I'^ergusDU, ICxeter. Mo 

.Toseph Hudson, Cassville, Mo 

J. N. Barr, E.xeter, .Mo 

.T. W. Shipnian. Forest Home, Mo...., 

.S. C. Broadrick, Hart, Mo 

X. C. Hemphill, Marionville, Mo 

H. B. I'hillips, Rockv Comfort, Mo.. 

J. M. M.M.re, (iranby. Mo 

Will. (Irimcs, i^ioneer, Mo 

S. A. Dickey, Purdy, Mo 

J. M. Hone "Nubia, "Mo 

A. I^f. Wiley, Marionville, Mo 

L. 15. Ilerrc'll, Neo.sho, Mo 

W. K llavter, Newtonia, Mo 

F. A. .Vr.iiibald, Purdy, Mo 

F. M. Itichardson, Pierce City, Mo... 

S. H. liitcliey, Ritchey, Mo 

S. M. liidwii, Sarcoxie, Mo 

P. D. .lustice, Siirco.xie, Mo 

T. P. .Mooney, Odav, Mo 

W. F. Spurgin, Webb City, Mo 

Peter Fishliurn, .Avilla, Mo 



B. T. 'I'hompson, Arrow Rock, Mo... 
W. A. Miller, Aurora .Spring-s, Mo... 
Horace (J. Windsor, Boonville, Mb.. 
W. B. Kerns, Bunceton, Mo 



M. C. Miller 

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.1. J. Dunham 

E. W. McCracken. 

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D. W. Cheek... 



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7. Concord 

8. Elston 

9. Harmony 

10. Hazel Grove 

11. Heath's Creek 

12. Highland 

13. Hopewell 

Hume 

14. Marshall 

15. Morea'u 

16. Mount Horeb 

17. Mount Olive 

18. Mount Vernon 

19. New Bethlehem 

20. New Hope 

21. New Lebanon 

22. New Prospect 

23. New Salem 

24. New Ziou 

25. Otterville 

Pilot (Jrovc 

20. Pleasant Hill 

27. Prairie Chapel 

28. Russellville 

29. Salt Fork 

30. Sedalia 

■M. Slater .• 

:12. .Stony Point 

Presbt/lerial Offering.... 



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S. Ozark. 

.Aurora 

Big Spring 

Carroll 

Central 

Dadeville 

Deerfield 

Ellis 

Enoch 

Everton 

(iolden City 

Greenfield 

Hickory (Jrove 

Hopewell 

lantha 

Lone atar 

Marion vi He 

Maple (irove 

Mound ville 

Mount Carrael 

Mount Horeb 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Olivet 

Mount I'isgah 

M(uint Vernon 

Mount Ziou 

Neva<hi 

New Lcthel 

New Hope 

Oak (irove 

Ozark 

Ph-asant Grove 

Pleasant Uidgc 

Prairie (jrove 

Kwl Oak 



A. W. Deering, Jamestown, Mo. 

A. Rantzyouiig, Elston, Mo 

W. A. Burnsides, Miami, Mo 

W. T. Claycomb Herndon, Mo... 

G. T. St<jne, Koping, Mo 

Jessie Powell, Overt(in, Mo 

J. S. Campbell, E.xcelsior, Mo 



J. E. Sharp, Marshall, Mo 

Jno. Springer, 'lipton. Mo 

H. Shirk, Slater, Mo 

W. K. Mabard, Marshall, Mo 

W. P. Harrimau, Pilot Grove, Mo.... 

J. M. Dan. el, Bunceton, Mo 

J. C. Cunningham, <,'alifornia. Mo... 
J. M. Eichleborger, Pilot Grove, Mo. 

Jennie S. Porter, Gladstone, Mo 

A. M. George, (.'lark's Fork, Mo 

H. H. Smith, Clarksburg, Mo 

f. W. Hupp, Otterville, Mo 



R. Allison, Syracuse, Mo 

L. Stitrkey, l-iresden. Mo 

I. M. George, Russellville, Mo... 

W. T. Crockett, Nelson, Mo 

J. E. Ritcbcy, bedalia. Mo 

A. M. Parker, Slater, Mo 

Milton Hornans, .Smithton, Mo. 



G. W. Rinker, Aurora, Mo 

Jno. C. Moore, Jlount Vernon, Mo... 



W. N. Gray, Marionville, Mo 

Jno. L. l)angherty, Dadeville, Mo., 

R. H. Finley, Deertield, Mo 

G. G. Delancy, Ellis, Mo 



G. W 
J. W. 
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J. E, 
J as. !■ 
J. W. 
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J. C. 



Wilson, Everton, Mo 

Mardick, (iolden City, Mo.. 

Bell, (ireentield. Mo 

lackson, (ireentield, Mo 

\f. McNary, Lamar, Mo 

McCrea, lantha. Mo 

Medlin, Marionville, Mo.... 
Torbitt, Marionville, Mo 



A. K. Dillman, Caplinger's Mills, Mo 

G. w. Engle, Esrom, Mo 

J. M. Moi re, Moundville, Mo 

J. A. King, Dadeville, Mo 

J. C. Siuirell, (Japlinger's Mills, Mo.. 
\Vm. A. McCau.><e, Mt. Vernon, Mo... 



C. E. Miller, Nevada. Mo 

W. \V. Slinker, (iolden Cilv, Mo.... 
Jno. .s. M<(on ell, Dadeville, Mo... 

\Vm. Ilayter, Walnut (irove, Mo 

S. E. R..berts, Mount Vernon, Mo... 

VV. R. Davis, Weaubleau, .Mo 

Jacob (ireen, Everton, Mo 



I Henry Upp, Bed Oak, Mo G. H. Harbor. 



B. T. Tipton 



C. W. McBride 

J. E. F. Robertson , 
H. D. Kennedy 



J. E. Sharp 

J. Williams 

T. .S. Love 

Geo. P. Baity 

A. M. Buchanan ... 
J. E. F. Robertson. 

R. R. Crockett 

C. W. McBride 



B. Margesou. 
J. Williams.. 
Jas. Logan... 



J. Williams 

C. W. McBride.. 
H. D. Kennedy. 
T. A. Lamptim.. 
A. H. Stephens.. 

T. S. Love 

Jas. Logan 



M. Lowe 

D. W. Cheek. 



C. C. Hillhouse., 
W. R. Rus.sell.... 



E. E. Thompson. 



W. H. Stephens.. 
J. P. Campbell... 

A. N. List 

J. M. Clark 

W. H. Stephen.s. 



W. E. Shaw.. 



G. T. JefiTers. 



A. N. Li.st. 



V. P. Withcrspoou. 
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W. E. Shaw 

Jas. H. Harnett . 
Ja.s. H. Barnett. 



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Richiand 

Koper'sHill 

Salem 

Sac Hiver 

Sehd! City 

Si)Uth Green field 

Spring River 

Stockton 

Unioi 

Verona 

A'ictoB-y 

Walker 

Woiitmi's Miss'y Society. 

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Preibyterial Offerititj 



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Barry 

hethany 

Bethlehem 

Binning 

(oneonl 

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Kaston 

Kasv Tarkio 

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Enou 

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ln(l('i)endence 

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liberty 

Linkville 

McKall 

Missouri City 

Mt. Bethel...." 

>It. Carniel 

Mt. (iilead 

Mt. Zion 

New Liberty 

North (irove, 

North Prairie 

Oak drove 

Osborn 

Platte Valley 

Plea.sant (irove... 

Hoehester 

Rock (reek 

Round (irove 

Roup's (irove 

Savannah 

Sluwly ( irove 

Stiwartsville 

St. .lo-<eph 

Tinney's (irove... 

Union Ohapel 

Union .Star 

Walkup'H (irove.. 
Walnut (irove 



W. A. Geery, Rinehart, Mo 

Wm. Heagerty, Chesapeake, Mo. 



R. N. Moore, Greenfield, Mo 

S. ('. Babbitt, Scliell City, Mo..., 
N. B. Withrow, Watkins, Mo... 

A. A. Young, Verona, Mo 

G. W. Hutt'man, Stockton, Mo. 
Thos. B. Smiley, Milford, Mo... 
Juo. F. Morbut, Verona, Mo.... 



M. Ewing, Walker, Mo. 



Brvant Brinton, Agency, Mo 

Wallace Hubbard, Albany, Mo 

Dan I ;irijenter, Barry, Mo 

T. 1^. (iaunt, Bainbridge, Mo 

A. .T. Calhoun, Liberty, Mo 

John Dallam, Hallock, Mo 

Thomas Blue, Cosby, Mo 

A. S. Mullendore, Dearborn, Mo... 
I. S. 'ialbot, Easton, Mo 



1). W. Pettus, Crab Orchard, Mo. 
Simon Hutehins, F;xcel.sior Sp'gs, Mo 

T. B. Gordon, St. Joseph, Mo 

J. R. Dunn, Flag Springs, Mo 

W. 1'. Low, Evnna, Mo 

W. P. .'^ampson, San Antonio, -Mo.. 

W. (i Antel, King City, Mo 

.lohn Brown, Hemple, Mo 

1). U. .McDaniel, Fairfax, Mo 

George l>. Burton, King City, Mo.. 

E. M. Wavman, Lone Star, Mo 

F. W. llil'lcns, Linkville, Mo 

Lafayette Black, McFall, .Mo 

W. A. Wilkinson, Kearncv, Mo 

I. W. Carsmi, latan. Mo....". 

W. D. Morrow, Hamburg, Iowa 

S. A. Smith, Cameron, Mo 

W. H. ChajMuan, St. .loseph, Mo... 
Davifl .\. "^oung. Mound C'ity, Mo.... 
S. .L Russell, Elmo, Mo 



John A. .Maxwell, St. Joseph, Mo... 
J. E. Eberts, Osborn, .Mo 



W. W. P. Slade, Helena, Mo 

I". M. .lobnson, Rockport, Mo 

David .lamison, Darlington, Mo 

Frank Waits, Tarkio, .Mo 

( harles .Maxwell, .St. .Inseph, Mo.... 

B. F. Marr. Kearney. .Mo 

W. (;. Perry, .stewartsville, Mo 

C. F. Emniert. St. Joseph, Mo 

A. B. Cousart, Tinney's (irove Mo.. 

(i. W. Yates, Helena, Mo 

George H. Prince, Union .Star, Mo. 
T. S. Rolofson, Dothan, Mo 



S. R. Shull. 



W. E. Shaw 

C. C. Hillhouse 

A. N. List 

J. M. Clark 

F. P. Witherspoon. 



.1. H. Norman.. 



L. Munkirs 

.Tames Fronan. 
C. B. Powers .... 



W. O. H. Perry. 
O. D. Allen 



(i. W. Hawley. 
(i. W. Hawlev. 

O. D. Allen 

J. H. Tharp 

C. B. Powers.... 



John S. Wayman., 

L. Munkcrs 

J. H. Norman 

J. H. 'I harp 

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James Fromau 



(i. W. Hawley... 

S. H. Murray 

W. (). IL Perrv.. 



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W. O. II. Perry.. 
Alon/.o Pearson., 
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Name; op the 

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Clerk of the Sbssjon 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor. 



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I'liilte — VoiUinued. 

48. Watson 

49. Weatherbv 

.lO. West. Fork 

Pivxhi/terial Offering.. 



10. Sdteiii. 

1. --iigo 

2. Bethel 

:{. Back .lack 

4. ( rooked Creek.. 

.5. Canaan 

ti. Fairview 

7. New Hipe 

H. Oak Hidge 

Oid Uuion 

'.I. Ozark 

Pilot Grove 

10. Pleasant Hill... 

11. Ple:i.sant Point. 

12. .Steelville 

ly. i^alPtu 

14. .Sullivan 

l.=i. Unii)n 

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Unkiioicii 



Dr. 1. B. .Tones, Watson, Mo 

Henry R. Harper, Weatherbv, Mo. 
Joseph Simpson, Grant city, Mo.... 



Jas. F. Braly, Argo, Mo 

Nathan ^anjers. Oak Hill, Mo... 
W. .). ^elf, (.berry ville, Mo....;... 



C. B. Powers. . 
L. F Hayes... 
James Caster. 



Robert Dotson, WiLson Mill, Mo.. 
D. K. Moser, Jadwin, Mo 



A. W. Tower, Dry Branch, Mo. 

A. C. Coppage, Steelville, Mo 

W. C. Deval, .steelville. Mo 

J. M, Berry, Salem, Mo 

, Sullivan, Mo 

I. H. (Ubbs, Leasburgh, Mo 

.V. E. Kdwards, Saiem, Mo 



G, W. Dobbs 

S. A. Mel hersv,n. 
A. T. Carr 



G. W. Dobbs. 



S. A McPhers in . 
W. D. Hawkins... 
J. P. Campbell.... 
J. P. Campbell.... 
S. A . McPherson . 
G. AV. Dobbs 



11. Sail KlvKi: 

1. Ashley 

2. -Vntioeh 

:t. An bur?) 

1. Bowling <ireen 

.■). Brush Creek 

(i. Buttalo 

7. Calurrah 

Central Uniiin 

a. Clarksville 

9. Concord 

10. Corinth 

11. Currvville 

12. KIsberrv 

l:!. K.rber 

11. Krankford 

• jazettc 

1."). (irassy Oeek 

Iti. lyouisiana 

17. .Mail i.son ville 

18. Middl. Ion 

19. Mc(;une .Station 

'20. Mount .\ir 

21. Mount Olivet 

22. Mount .Sterling 

23. Mount Zion 

24. New Florence 

25. Olney 

26. .Smyrna 

27. Union 

28. L'ni.'n Valley 

29. Vandalia 

TO. Walnut Grove 

:U. Well.sville 

:J2. Wesley Chapel 

M3. Whif«'side 



T. J. Elmer, Ashley, Mo 

W. D. Gouch, Bowling Green, Mo... 

E. T. Mctiruder, Auburn, Mo 

I. B Purnell, How^ling Green, Mo.... 

W. H. Baxter, Beersheba, Mo 

James C. Jordan, Louisiana, Mo 

1. \V. Warmsley, (.'larksville, .Mo 



E. C. Carri.ll, Clarksville, Mo 

W. B. Davis, Currvville, Mo 

P. C. Miickcy, ( )arks»ille, Mo 

D. D. Hose, Curryville. Mo 

T. W. MclJona d, Elsberry, Mo... 

L E. Jenkins, F'arber, Mo 

W. W. Mantiply, Frankford, Mo 



W. M. .South, Louisiana. Mo 

Taylor Frier, Lcmisiaiia, Mo 

J .\. Tnlow, .Mudisnnvillo, Mo 

M. T Price, Middlctown, M« 

Jas. Dismukes, McCune Station, Mo. 

Wm. Beading, Curryville, Mo 

James lleal'in, Mount Carniel. Mo.... 

F. C. Clayton New Lmdon. Mo 

EUas Smith, .Middlctown, Mo 

M. F. .See, New F^lorenre, Mo 

C. P. Lovelace, Gluey. Mo 

Wm. Verne .sdrel, Hertford, Mo 

C. V. Stn)ther, Edgewdod, Mo 

W. H. Wadsworth, Ely, Mo 

M. S. Bransteller, Vandalia, Mo 

S. J Harler, .Middlctown, Mo 

(i. D. Steele, Wellsvil c, .Mo 

H. F. .Morris, Worcester, .Mo 

Z. T. 'locker, Whiteside, .Mo 



T. H. Padgett . 
R. O. Elmore... 
W. T. Kolev ... 
T. H. Padgett.. 
W. T. Ro ey ... 
J. K. PattDU.... 
J. R. Patton.... 



E. .M. Jevrold . 

L H. 1 iper 

E. M Jerrold .. 
R. O. EIm<n-e... 
E. M. Jerr. Id.. 
W. H. Jones... 
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S. G. Decherd 

W. T. Roey 

G. M. C. Oakes 

W. H.Jones 

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S. R. Shull 


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58 


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3 
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H. New Bethel 


T. H. B. Bodenhamer, Garrison, Mo. 
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G. W. Plummer 

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15. Roberl.soii Mills 


J. B. Fullerton, Pleasant Hope, Mo... 
J. C. Yoachuni, Robertson Mills, Mo. 
A. H. Bevin. Dunnegau .Springs, Mo. 

C. B. Holland, Springtield, Mo 

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Miss Ruble A. King, Wilderness, Mo. 
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17. Pilgrim's Rest 

18. Patters..ii 

19. Union 

20. MVsi Prairio 



.Sv>o]) UK Ohio. 

1. Athens Prfsbyiery. 

Albany 

Alexandria 

Centorbiivtrh 

Harrisonvillc 

IlebaviJsviile 

Kinnickinick 

Lainolville 

Mount Zion 

Prairie View •.. 

Pleasant View 

Tarleton 

AVatorloo 



Chas. Pillard, Puscico, Mo 

(t. N. B. (ilasgi)W, Pitman, Ark.. 

John Hunter. Patterson, Mo 

Neely Moore, Ponder, Mo 

M. M. Henbiirn, Clarkton, :\ro.... 



W. H. M. Carroll.... 



John Pichey, Lee, Ohio 

Chas. JoUey, Hibbardsville. Ohio.. 
J. H. JIaiden, Centerburgh, Ohio.. 
(Jeo. Smith, Harrisonville, Ohio.... 



Rufus Oodson, Laurel ville, Ohio.. 
Silas Daniel, Democracy. Ohio .... 
Ovid Lutz, Kingston, Ohio , 



.Tohn Zeriug, Tarleton. ()hi< 
Anson Winget. Lee, Ohio.. 



M. T. Bell 

W. H. Cook.... 
W. W. Sppiioo 



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W. G. Archer. 
Jas. Be.st 



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S. P. Bixler 
M. Dent 



M. Dent 

W. G. Archer. 



2. Miami. 

1. Bethany I Dr. R. (Uirlcy, Bethany, O 

2. Bradford I M. D. Myers, Bradford, O 

.3. Covington | R. W. llimes, Cov ngton, f, 



4. Lebanon., 

."-haronville 

West Chester 

Pi-e.ihi/ferial Offering.. 



:'}. Muxkingum. 

1. Bethcsda 

2. Beverly 

:}. ("umher'and 

4. lliramshiirg 



SVNl)l< OK OREIiON. 

1. Ori-goii Presbytery. 

1. Ahaqua 

2. Lebanon 

3. McMinnville 

4. Scio 

.5. Silverton 

6. Soda .Si)rings 

7. Woodburn 

n<-r. J W. Sneed 



.'. iValta WalUi. 

1. Bethel 

2. Cover Du(juene... 

3. Dayton 

4. licho 

■5. Fo.ster 

6. Granite 

7. Gartield 



D. P. Bennett, Lebanon, O 

Jacob Vorhis, Sharon ville, O.... 
W. H. Brate, West Chester, O... 



H. F. McVicker, Billings, Ohio... 

S. Leget, Beverly, Ohio 

J. .S. Conner, Cuniberland, Ohio. 
J. Bartlett, Hiramsburg, Ohio.... 



J. W. Hobart, Silverton, Ore 

J. Wassoni, l^banon, (»re 

W. Knowlcs, McMinnville, Ore., 

J. S. Morris, Scio, Ore 

S. Hobart, Silverton, Ore 

T. C. .-iiiipson, Wilhoit. Ore 

H. (roudy, Woodburu, Ore 



W. F. Kennedy, Colfax, Wash.... 
I.snac Snod'jrass, Waverlv, Wash. 

H. S. Wheeler, Dayton, Wash 

H. C. Manda, Kcho, Ore 

R. C. llinton. Echo, Ore 

James Smth, Oaksdalc, Wash 

B. F. Mauring, (iarficld, Wa.ih.... 



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6 140 

11: 123 

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S. K. Holtsiuger 

James Menzies 

W. Frank .-ilveus... 

C. M. AMlPams 

S. K. Holts. nger 

S. K. Holtsiuger 



R. J. Beard.. .. 
G. J. Donnell. 
G. J. Donnell. 



I. M. Boyles 

J. R Kirkjjatrick.. 

W. Km wles 

N. L. New 

T. IL Small 

I. M. Boyles 

F. W. Parker 



B. F. Totten.. 
B. F. Totten. 



W. W. Braiinin. 
R. W. Walker.... 

D. F. Ravens 

Aroos Cox 



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Nami-: of the 

CoNfiREGATION. 


Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 


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:i 


29 
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31 
35 












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R. W. Walker 










1"' Oaksdule 


E. L. t^cott, Oaksdale, Wash 


B. F. Totten 


4 


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i:> Walia Walla 


W. P. Winans, Walla Walla, Wash.. 


E. G. McLean, D.D.. 


12 


183 
18 








14 Wait^burg 






















;i. Willamette. 




34 
54 
98 






2. Browusville 

3. Cottage drove 

Dillard 


,T. J. Sawyer, Brownsville, Ore 

Oliver Veatch, Cottage Orove, Ore.... 


J. R. Kirkpatrick 

W. V. Metiee 


SI 70(1 
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2 


85 

75 








R. H. Shacklett, Eugeue City, Ore.... 




2(! 
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2001 


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8. Unipqua 


J. M. r>illanl. DilliinlV Station, Ore. 
R. W. Apper.son, Santa Clara, Cal 


W. V. Mc(iee 

A. M. I'rewitl 


4 


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120(. 
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200 
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35 






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.r. French, Maine Prairie, Cal 

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F T Knoles San Diciai Cal 


,T. N. Crawford 




20 
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James Pituian, S;in .Fosc, Cal 

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M.O. Siiiith."!!!......." 




25 
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S. P. Sitton, Adelaide, Cal 






13. Union 


T. H. Fenlev, Winters, Cal 


E. J. Gillespie 




29 
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11. J. Wliite, Kavniond, Cal 


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?5 






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4747 


94 




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fiO 






60 






130 












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T. A. Cowan 

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21 


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22 
12 


3000 
850 


4 
2 

2 

1 


86 


8. Salida 

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30 




R. T. Norris, Bakerstield, Cal 






3. Tulare. 


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441 

17 

48 
20 
81 
56 
60 


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17 






W. ,T. Browning 


...„ 

35 

8 








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4 
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S5000 
1200 


85 




W. H. MoHitt, Vi>al a, Cal 

J. D. Reyhiirn, Fresno City, Cal 


60 


6. Kings River 


C. Yager 


120 



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Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name of the 
Congregation. 



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AND Post-office. 



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TuUire — Cmdiimed. 

7. Lpmoore 

8. Lynns Valley 

9. Prospect 

10. Porterville 

River Bend 

11. Selma 

12. Yule River 

13. Visalia 



Synod of Pen.nsvlvania. 



. Allegheny Presbytery. 

Allegheny 

Bethany.! 

Cranberry 

Culnierville 

('enter 

Fair view 

Irwin 

Jackson Center 

Jetterson 

Mount Pleasant 

Niles 

Old Concord 

Olive 

Plea-sant Valley 

Pleasant Unit}' 

Puiix.sutawney 

Sandy Lake....". 

Scrub (irass, No. 1 

Scruli Gra.ss, No. 2 

Shiloh 

Tarentuni 

Union 

AVest Liberty 

Whitesville 

Zion 



2. Pennsylvania. 

Bethel 

Beritleysvi le 

Carniicliael's 

Clarksvillo 

Clay Lick 

Concord r. 

Kairview 

(ireentield 

HewittV 

Harmony 

Jetter.son 

Millsboro 

.Muddy Creek 

Ninevah 

Oak (irove 

01<1 Concord 

PittSburuh .«.., 

I'kasant Hill 

Pleasant \'alley.... 

Koek Lick 

Shady Avenue 

West Union 



.T. H. Routt, Leiuooie, Cal 

D. C. Maddox, (ileuville, Cal... 

B. F. Peugh, Traver, Cal 

.T. T. Jopling, Porterville, Cal.. 



A. D. McMaster, Selnia, Cal.... 
J. C. Bighaiu AVoodville, Cal. 
C. C. Childress. Visalia, Cal.... 



L. R. Bond.... 
C. D. Dooley. 
I. A. (iaither. 
J. T. .Jopling. 



J. A. Longbottom.. 

L. R. Bond 

.T. A. Skaggs 



David Zahniser, North's Mills, Pa.. 
Wni. Moore, Seneca, Pa 



John Het.selgesser, Leasureville, Pa 



Samuel Kilgore, Hender.sonville, Pa. 
J. P. McMillan, Jack.son Center, Pa. 
J. B. Morris, .■sr. , Punxsutawnev, l^a 
1). McGee, Bell's Mills, Pa ." 



C. R. B. Morris. Frostburg, Pa 

Joseph Mears, Tanoma, Pa 

R. C. Catherwood, Cuhuersville, Pa. 



W. J. Lyons, Sandy Lake, Pa. 
S. D. Porter, Kennerdell, Pa... 



J. A. Miller, Hamilton, Pa 

Samuel Metz, Tarentuni, Pa 

Samuel firittith. Flora, Pa 

Samuel .\llen. Isle, Pa 

J. W. McHeniy, Valier, Pa 

J. P. N'nrth, Punxsutawney, Pa.. 



J. C. Kiggs, Van liiuvii, Pa 

O. T. McKlheny. Bcntloysville, Pa.. 
F. M. Michener, Carmichael's, Pa.... 



.lohn .Smith, Rutan. I'a 

|{. W. Parkinson, Old Concord, Pa.. 

S. K. Klliott, Kast Kinlev, Pa 

J. M. Birkinsha, California, I'a 

S. W. Strawn, Rice'.s Landing, I'a.... 

Wm. A. Day, Wind Ridge, Pa 

S. Higgle, luce's Landing, Pa 

J. H. Morton, I'rerlericktown, Pa 

William P. Scott, Khedive, Pa 



L. F. Baker, East Bethlehem, Pa. 



R. W. Morrow. Pittsburgh, Pa 

John Miller, 'len Mile, la 

Amos Walton, Clarksville, Pa 

Henry Leicliter, Rock Lick, W. Va. 

I.,. L. Laughliu, Pittsburgh, Pa 

.lohn Conger, West Union, Pa 



J. M. Gallagher . 
R. N. (irossnian. 



R. C. Bvers . 



E. 1{. Liles 

J. Reed Morris. 

.T. S. Gibson 

J.T. HowelLs... 



J. <;. Miller... 
J. T. Ilowells 
J. 1. Means... 



E. H. Liles 

R. N. (irossnian. 



J. (i. Miller.. 
J. I. Means... 
J. .s. Gibson. 
R. C. P.vers.. 
J. (;. Miller.. 
J. .s. (iibsoii. 



W. J. Fisher... 

D. A. Cooper.... 

E. S. Campbell. 



A. J. Swain 

J. E. (Jarvin 

J. E. (iarvin 

W. F. Silveus 

A. W. White 

S. T. Moutgonierv. 

A. W. White "... 

D. A. Cooper 

A. W. White 



D. A. Cooper., 



J. B. Koehne , 

U. W. McMillan.... 



S. T. Jlontgomery. 

J. W. Melvay 

Allison Hunter 



42 $1600 



23 100 

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25 

fiO, 2.500 



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125 



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2000 

400 



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150 



1000 
5000 
2500 
8000 
2000 
1500 
2000 
800 
1.500 



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40000 
4000 
1.500 
2000 

1.5000 
3000 



76 
203 
143 

45 



117 
45 



92 
350 
80 
25 
45 
37 



109 
100 
132 



75 
139 
44 
193 
50 
75 
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40 
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21. Way esburg 

22. Zion 

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3. Union. 

1. Brownsville 

2. East Liberty.... 
i. Grace Chapel... 

4. Harmony 

.5. Hopewell 

Khedive 

6. Masontown 

7. >feKeesport 

8. Mount Hope 

New Salem 

9. Pleasant View.. 

10. Salem 

11. Union 



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1. Arlington 

2. Bethany 

3. BigSi)rinfc 

A. B (weiis Cliapel 

Camp (iround 

•5. Cane Creek 

6. Central 

7. Charlotte 

8. ConconI 

9. Cuniherhmd Vallev ... 

10. Duck Kiver Chapel.... 

11. Dunbar 

12. Erin 

13. (ircenbrier 

14. Halls Creek 

l.i. Hutcliinson Chapel.... 

16. Liberty 

17. Moriah 

18. .Mount I-iberty 

li). Mount Zion 

20. .Mount View 

21. New Mope 

22. O.k Hill 

23. I'i ne wood 

24. Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Valley 

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26. Shiloh 

27. Tennessee Ridge 

28. Trinity 

2». Taylors Chapel 

30. Union Chapel 

31. VVaverly 

32. White Oak 

3.T Wells (reek 

Prenbyterial Offering... 



Z. C. Ragan, Waynesburg, Pa.. 
George Shape, Ninevah, Pa 



J. D. Armstrong, Brownsville, Pa.. 

Joseph Oglevee, Dawson, Pa 

S. Johnson, Smithfield, Pa 

P. R. Luce, Jacobs Creek, Pa 

J. G. Vernon, Brownsville, Pa 



J. A. Bowman, Masontown, Pa. 
Isaac Hewitt, McKeesport, Pa... 
G. W. Sailor, Ohio Pyle, Pa 



E. Campbell, Searights, Pa 

H. H. Hackney, New Salem, Pa.., 
W. T. Kennedy, U^iontown, Pa. 



Bartin Kobey, Erin, Teun 

G. W. .Tones, Omega, Tenn 

.1. B. Grimes. Chailotte, Tenn 

Crls. Young, Plant, Tenn 



C. M. Mc.\uly, Stewart, Tenn 

M. McAulv, Sailors Rest, Tenn 

I. M. Bowers, C arlotte, Tenn 

J. B. Latimer, Tenn. Ridge, Tenn.... 

T. H. Winstead, McKwin, Tenn 

I. Tubl), Waverly, Tenn 

J. E. Meadows, Riggius, Tenn 



A. D. McMillan, Danville, Tenn 

, VVaverlv, Tenn 

R. L Blain,Tharp, Tenn 

T.J. Daugherty, Dover, Tenn 

W. .S. Knight, "Waverly, Tenn 

S. B. Smith, Hellsburg" Tenn 

E. B. Belberv, Tharp, Tenn 

S. T. Walker, Charlotte, T.'un 

I). D. Walker, Charlotte, Tenn 

J. B. Cording, Charlotte, Tenn 

.(. T. Wrenn, Pinewood, Tenn 

J. T. Crockett, Hurricane Mills, Tnn 



W. C. Allen, Shiloh, Tenn 

S. M. Wilson, Tennessee' Ridge, Tenn. 
L. L. Skelton, Yellow Creek, Tenn... 

Edgar Cm well, Waverly, Tenn 

C. N. Turner, Waverly, Tenn 

C. W. Cowan, Waverly, Tenn 

T. A. McAskin. Danville, Tenn 

W. T. Pollord, Erin, Tenn 



John T. Dounell 

J. P. Sprowls, D.D... 
James Hamilton 



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J. S. Keener.... 
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J. T. Neel 



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J. J. Ibamlett. 
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J. J. Rye 

J. L. stoekard. 

J. J. Rye 

G. W. JJichols. 



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8 
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426 
680 
200 
240 
200 
275 
144 
130 

25 
112 
10(1 

75 

90 
200 

35 




■fl26 89 

$ 5 00 
10 01. 
20 00 
18 00 

8 80 

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9 00 

11 00 


SI 15 98 

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25 6 

23 10 

9 (>5 

10 25 

31 0> 

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4 (iO 

9 85 


S99 95 
823 40 


863 33 
$20 25 


8-57 
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8107 95 

818 00 
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8 00 

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5 00 

6 00 

6 00 

7 00 
4 20 

1 80 

2 80 
7 00 
2 00 
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8509 


810081 40 






8 574 75 


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8 2 
70 
171 


193 .50 


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86 90 
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37 90 
12 10 




619 90 




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46 68 


2t. 


987 88 








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2.30 65 




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19 
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20 
32 
30 


12 
10 
15 
10 
15 
12 
17 
20 


24 












22 


290 25 




6 0(1 




7 00 
1(1 00 
6 .50 




33 




292 00 


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25 








3v:0 50 


5 










12 

4 


174 10 








8 5(, 






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170 60 














26 80 




3 
(> 






3 .50 
11 00 


4 85 






14 






127 10 










27 8.5 


m 




945 80 








2 1(1 
7 7(1 
15 2(> 








79 10 




42 


12 




8 
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2 

4 
12 
3 
3 
1 


2 50 




8 10 
20 0() 


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9 248 20 


1 


10 


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41 90 






100 

300 

64 

75 




5 06 


5 7( 

6 95 
2 45 


4 (15 

'2 8() 






8 129 81 


}•> 


40 


15 


35 






15- 14 






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3 .55 

4 48 








76 80 


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141 2S 








5 


5 
100. 




139 33 


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9 40 
















9 40 




24 

1(1 
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Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name of the 
c0n<;uegat10n. 


Clerk of the Ses.sion 
AND Post-ofkice. 


P.^.STOI!. 


< 


is 
£ 

a 

3 



> 


6 
JS 

S^ 

J* 

Ph 

>. 

a 

c 

d 

"A 


— a 


Elk — Coniinned. 
2(>. Xew Hope 


J. W. Woosley, Shelbyville, Teun 

E. M.Crawford, Petersburgh, Tenn... 
A. R. Nance, i^^helbyville, Tenn 






m 

03 

7() 
229 
lOU 
70 
91 
4.S 
51 
.10 


SI 000 
1(>00 

4000 

1.500 
1000 
800 
1200 

800 

SI.O 
800 


1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
•) 
2 
1 


40 


N. D. Crawford 

J. N. Holt 


1 

22 

2(1 

2 


35 


28. Shelbvville 


4? 


29. Richland 


T. M. Hendrix 


67 




C. A. Gordan, Jordan's Valley, Tenn 








F Z Kino- 








J. N. Holt 


12 
3 




33. Union 


G. M. Asliley, Beecli Grove, Tenn.... 


R. A. McGill 


36 


34. Zion 




44 




James M. Smith, Rockvale, Tenn 


J. C. Lamb 




5? 


T. L. Hendiix 








































4. Georgia. 


29.") 


384.") 
12 


S4(i.i40 

f 600 


1457 














R. J. Moore, Tyner, Tenn 


E. (i. H. Pryor 


8 


78 
5 
5 
62 
40 
33 
(HI 
20 
80 
2.5 
70 
33 
2.i 
33 
120 
21 
40 
\5 
20 
20 


(iOO 
200 
100 
601 

1500 
500 

1000 


1 

1 
2 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 


75 










4. Concord 














A. R. T. Harabright. 
H. Ci. King.. . 


3 

10 
3 
.5 




0. Oalton 


I. S. Finley, Dalton, Ga 


33 




Thomas llutline, Apison, Tenn 


J. H. Miller 






J. T. Jones... . 


40 




J. H. Fuller, Fairmouut, Ga 

C H. Barrett, McHenrv, (ia 


J. W. L. Smith 




UK Lil)eitv 


H. (i. King . 


9 
2 

;) 


800 
500 
300 
250 
800 
500 
1000 


60 






J. H. Miller 


3.S 






A. R. T. Hambright. 
Z. M. Me(ihee 


40 


13. New I'ro.spect 

14. Ooltevviili 


.T. F. Smith, t'edar (irove, Ga 




Z. B. Shropshire, Ooltewah, Tenn 

I^. T. Daniels, Gum Springs, Ga 


J. T. Jones 




l.">. Sniitli's Chapel 


A. J. Jiann 








S H Henry 




40 


17. Salem 


James P. .Vle.xaudcr, Cassville, (ia... 

1>. W. Gillilan, Tunnel Hill, Ga 

\V. L. Brown, Tilton, (ia 

J. 1'. Grecory, Spring Place, (ia 

Thomas .Seagle. Ooltewah. Tenn 

Thomas Coll icj' Cliuiiilca, Tenn 


A. J. Mann 


4 

3 




IK. Tunnel Hill 


H. (i. King 


1500 
1000 
310 
400 


60 


19. Tillon 


J. H. Miller 

S. H. Henry 




20. I'nion 


50 


21. West View 


J. H. Miller 




3? 




M. A. Hunt.. 








10 
8 


817 

94 
100 
14 


SI 2450 

S 2000 
70i.i 
200 


463 

8S 


2. Clear .'spring 

:;. C..J,' Hill 


Z. M. Mctihee 


45 


W. H. Prater, Carlock, Tenn 


30 


< 'i>rn Ta.sslc 










4. Concord 


J. W. Boyd, Concord, Tenn 

li. (i. Simpson, ICve Mills, Tenn 


J. C. Bitter 




78 
18 
li."i 
44 
23 
190 
79 
33 
3") 


18(M) 
12(t0 
300 


2 

1 
2 

T 

4 

'\ 

X 


98 


■">. Conasauija 








<>. l-'ork Creek 








7. HolsUm 


M .\. Hunt . 




54 


s. Hickory firove 




C. I. Wright 


S 
21 

1 


401/ 

18000 

2500 

1500 

1200 




9. Kiioxville 


T. W. Keller, Knoxville, Teun 

N. H. Greer, Loudon, Tenn 

T.lvH.Mc( foskey,Madi.s()nville, Ten 
C. C. Smith, Harden s Valley, Tenu.. 


A. \V. Hawkins 

.1. C. Kitter 


''0^ 


10. Loudon 


194 


11. .Ma.lis..nville 

12. Marietta 


Solon McCroskev 

J H B Hall 


50 


Miser 








N. M. Murry, Morganton, Tenn 

J. L. Hudson, Coaltield, Tenn 


I) M Kerr 


3 
3 
9 


."i7 
35 
3.") 

10(1 
1.") 

100 

2(i 
•12 
120 
25 




1 

1 
1 

1 


85 


14. Mount Carinel 


D. M. Kerr 


1000 

' V20O 
100 




I."i. Mount Ca-itle 


J. I). Huirsluter, Brick Mills, Tenn.. 
\V. M. Kcllev, William.sburg, Tenn.. 
Shelbv llagli'r. Burns' .Mill, Tenn.... 


1). M. Kerr 


30 


III. Mount Cumberland 


W. L. .Sloop 


30 


17. .Mount llori^b 






IH. New Hope 


J. C Kollock, Muddy Creek, Tenn... 
T. N. Deatherage, Oliver Springs 




7 

(> 
2 
2 




1 


40 


19. Oak (irovo 

20. Oliver .SpriiiK.s 


G. W. Butler 

(i. W. Butler 


15lJ 
150 
500 
1000 
800 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 




21. Pleasant (irove 




'fli 


22. Pine (irove 


I). J. (ireer. Brick Mills, Tenn 

J. D. I.^we, Sweetwater, Tenn 


S. P. Kryar 

J. H. Henry 


5? 


23. Pond Creek 





1890. 



Statistical Tables. 



221 



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3 



1 

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P 


3 

1 
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a 


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a 

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3 

8 

a 


§ 

1 

1 

"a 




10 

108 
18 
47 


10 

40 
12 
30 








■ $ 50 
180 
500 
130 




1 








84 50 

4 50 

7 60 

8 00 
7 00 
6 00 

5 00 

3 00 

4 50 
2 00 






8 54 50 


•>? 


"12 


5 

20 
12 






8 5 (10 814 911 
11 50 5 50 
3 50 6 00 








8 15 




219 40 


1) 














524 60 




«7 00 




86 00 


87 00 


813 




865 


245 50 








1 50 




8 50 










7 
5 
2 
2 




75 
80 
50 
75 
50 














85 
KJO 

4 
1 




166 00 
















6 50 










191 50 




24 
24 
15 


"20 

20 


"2(1 














65 


122 00 








2 72 


1 






83 72 


















52 00 










1 00 














1 00 






















4 40 










^4 40 


































^■>l 


G8S 


417 


160 


223 


828 15 


?5200 


827 15 


8189 51 


8138 70 


8115 00 


8121 32 


81ti2 


8198 76 


82625 


8503 


89362 03 


















8 1 20 
















8 1 20 




40 


12 




2 
5 




? 7b 
50 




81 50 








$ 5 00 






82 50 




















50 00 














80 
3 90 










41 ■ 
U 20 
2 00 
2 12 
2 55 

2 00 
4 00 
1 50 

3 19 
3 30 






1 20 


















4 35 


83 20 


812 25 








29 90 




3» 


10 




2 
3 
2 
2 
a 
4 
4 
4 




260 
50 
80 
30 

125 
2S 
50 

120 










202 00 






















52 12 




15 


12 








1 10 

2 60 














83 65 








H 81) 


1 00 










39 40 




46 


21 








9 02 4 00 

30 00 1 00 

1 10 1 20 

3 45 2 80 








82 


144 02 








4 82 
2 45 






8300 


395 32 




25 


20 














57 94 






81 80 








5 


136 :J5 
























3 




30 
110 
50 
5ii 
20 
50 
40 












3 30 
12 20 

2 10 
2 00 

1 50 

2 00 
2 00 






53 30 




::::: 









2 00 3 00 

3 41 2 00 
3 35 3 75 








32 


5 


1(>4 20 










2 

7 
2 












57 51 












4 35 












63 45 




■ 








25 
1 75 
1 25 














21 75 














2 00 






















3 
















43 25 






























159 


78 




50 

2 
3 




31179 

Silo 
145 


$6 15 


835 48 1 *>9 40 


811 47 
810 50 


812 25 




858 36 

8 4 35 
4 70 


8;<32 

8 75 


812 
8 20 


81734 81 






S -A 47 
4 00 


8 7 00 
1 45 




8 235 32 


















155 15 










































86 
lO 59 
















86 


s 




25 




7 
2 




114 


81U 62 


9 46 


21 72 
1 30 
1 00 
5 m 


879 80 


«.>o 


9 00 






305 19 










1 30 












35 
154 

15 
()0( 
240 
140 

42 




2 09 

3 63 


2 50 






2 00 
4 05 






42 59 




■M 


12 








5 45 






50 

3150 
400 


5 


177 13 
















65 00 


n 


I(X) 
"iiO 


50 
30 
20 




45 
10 
5 
2 




11 33 
6 77 
5 80 


■""slo 

7 70 


60 22 
30 00 
13 95 


46 15 

25 00 

6 65 


30 S4 
62 27 
6 75 




13 00 
10 (H 
2 Oft 
5 01 


521 
52 
30 


4432 51 


'D 






834 54 








212 85 










47 00 












1 00 
1 25 
















I 00 










3 




KM 


1 00 




2 11 






2 85 
2 3. 
2 (M 
4 IH 




2 


109 21 












25 










27 30 














25 
75 




1 05 

2 3( 














28 05 








... 


2 






3 <)0 


5 10 






15 


2 


107 30 


































50 

4( 

100 

15 




1 50 


30 








5 00 

2 20 

3 00 
75 

6 85 
3 00 




3 


59 80 
























42 20 










6 
3 




1 2: 


7 r.5 


11 W 

80 

3 65 












32 


153 65 




20 


in 






83i i fid 


2 35 

3 55 
1 17 








21 33 




40l 1'^ 




64 

60 




1 1 35 
' 2 00 








3 


82 40 






1 




1 




6- 








66 84 



222 



Statistical Tables. 



[1890. 



Name of the 
Congregation. 



Clerk of the Session 
and post-ofpice. 



Pa-STOR. 



-r" S » 








s 


. f° 


h 


i"- a 


.^ 


4o 




— J3 


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£* 


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s« 



5S K 



Hhviissee — Continued. 

Riceville 

Iiockville 

Russell's Chapel 

Siiadv (irove 

Shiloh 

.Spring Creek 

Springfield 

Sweetwater 

Tellico Plains 

Union 

Union Hall 

West Emory 

West Vale 

Woodlawn 

Young's V hapcl 

Preshi/terinl Offering.. 
Rfv. J. a miter 



<>. Hopewell. 

1. Aniioeh 

2. Barron Springs 

:i. Beech (irove 

I. B the! 

.}. Bradford 

(>. Cauey Fork 

7. Canuien 

8. Chapel Hill 

!1. Davidson's Chapel .... 

10. Double Springs 

11. Dresden 

12. iver 

\^.^. Eiuniaus ' 

14. Friendship 

l.i. (iardner 

Hi. Gleeson 

17. Greenfield 

1«. (iunj Spring 

19. Henrv 

20. Hopew.ll 

21. Huinlwldt 

22. Huntingd in 

28. Marlin 

Mavrteld 

24. McKenzie 

2.1. Medina 

2(). Meridian 

27. Milan 

28. Mount Pleasant 

29. Mount 7A m 

30. New Hope 

:{1. New .Salem 

:J2. Oak Hill 

:«. Obion 

31. Paris 

3.5. I'ilgrini's Kest 

30. Pisgah 

37. Pleasant Green 

38 Pleasa-.t Hill 

39. Ploa-sant liidge 

40. I'leisant Valley 

Kutherford 

41. Sharon 

42. .shiloh 

Spring (irove 

43. Trezevant 



.T. A. Humphreys. Glenloch, Teun 

D. H. (Jallaher," Wheat, Tenn 

.S. W. Colburn, Miser, Tenn 

J. L. Liwe, Scarbrough, Tenn 

Robert Vieer, Riceville, Tenn 

M. M. Irwin, Maryville, Tenn 

W. C. Hutcheson, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

R. T. Satterwhite, Sink, Tenn 

N. R. Maruny, Virtue, Tenn 

.Arch Mason, Tevis, Tenn 

W. N. Price, Ebenezer, Tenn 

J. .\. G. Brown, Wilson's Tenn... 
.1. B. Jones, Union X Road.s. Tenn... 
Wm. Roberts, Kingston, Tenn.... 



A. H. .lohnstou, Rutherford, Tenn. 
'/j. W. Walters, Hollow Rock, Tenn... 



E. N. McLean, McLeuioresville, Tenn 



Henry Cain, Chaseville, Tenn 

V. E. McElyea, Camden, Tenn 

J. A. Jlcllwain, Trcnlou, Tenn 

A-. L. Davidson, Trenton, Tenn 

F. J>. Hudson, (iib.son, Tenn 

.lohn Mctilothliu, Dresden, Tenn 

W. .). Davidson, .Tr., Dyer, Tenn 

, .Martin, Tenn 

W. R. Bray, Milan, Tenn 

W. A. Corum, Gardner, Tenn 

.1. R. Adkins, Gleeson, Tenn 

\. C. -Vkin, (ireenlield, Tenn 

E. .\. Travis, Como, Tenn 

(i. T. ('aton, Henry, Tenn 

N. A. Harney, .Sharon. Tenn 

.1. M. Harris" Humboldf, Tenn 

J. A. (iriz/.ard, Huntingdon, Tenn... 
C. H. Claybrook, Martin, Tenn 



.J. T. Burns, McKenzie, Teun 

C. M. Alerwiu, Medina, Tenn 

G. M. (ialey, Greenfield, Tenn.... 

.1. M. Dick.son, Mihui, 'I'enn 

Sam. T. D.ity. .Manlyville, Tenn. 

B. L. Finch, (ilecson, Tenn 

H. H. Br oks, (ilee-ion, Tenn 

.T. .1. Roberts, Sharon, Tenn 



M. Radford, Martin, Tenn 

.1. H. Bullock, Paris, Tenn 

.1. C. Rodgers, Clirislniiisville. Tenn. 

J. C. M(M'ollum, .Viwiiod, Tenn 

H. C. Smith Bradford, Tenn 

.1. 1'. Thedford, Medina, Tenn 

B. I". Peeler, Big San<ly, Tenn 

T. M. Eockharf, Camden, Tenn 



J. C. .Shannon, .Sharon, Tenn 

A. C. (iordon, McKenzic, Tenn. 



W. (i. Pattoii, Trezevant, Tenn., 



.Solon McCVo key. 

J. H. Henry 

J. C. Conner 

J. H. Henry 



M. A. Hunt 

Solon McCroskey. 

J. C. Conner 

S. B. West 

S. P. Fryar 

J. C. Ritter 



J. H. Henry 

W. H. Crawford. 



E. O. Kerr.... 
W. J. Holder. 



A. E. (^'o.iper. 



A. M. C. Go.ssett. 



. G. Leonard. 
. .\. Boone.... 

A. Keaion 

. Mcl.eskev ... 
..A. Boo e.... 



A. Keaton 

. iAIci.eskey 

MeI.eskey 

. McI cskey 

. C. Newberrv 
F. Crollbrd...".. 

B. .lohn>on.... 

H. Ford 

F. .Tohn.son 

\j. Dickens 



T. W. Cannon 

.1. R. Covev 

Allen Foust 

W. W. llendrix,D.D 

B. C. .Scruggs 

-Allen I'ousf 

W. ('. Newberry 

.\llen Foust 



.). R. Bullington ... 
.John O. Davidson. 

Allen Foust 

W. H. .lohns 

A. IC. Cooper 

J. R. Covey 

A. H. Taylor 

B. C'. Scruggs "... 



E. B. .lohuson. 
A. E. Cooper... 



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Bethesda 

Cedar Grove 

Dover 

Fair Vi w 

Gass Bridtce 

Greeneville 

Holston 

Knoxville 

Lebanon 

Liberty Hill 

Miilwav 

Moliawk 

Mount Pleasant 

New Bethel 

New Salem 

Newmansville 

Oakland 

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Philadelphia 

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Pleasant Vale 

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St. Clair 

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Union 

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3. Bethel 

4. Cane Kidge 

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6. CViUe^e (irove , 

7. Cross Plains 

8. Dry Fork 

9. Edyetield 

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11. (iallatin 

12. (ioodlett.sville 

13. Gord..nsville 

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18. La Ver^iie 

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20. McAdoo 

31. McKay's 



G. A. Peery, Dresden, Tenn.... 
James Scott, McKenzie, Tenn.. 



W. A. Morton, Cedar Lane, Tenn 

John Lamson, Austin's Mills, Tenn.. 

R. H. McGhee, Morristown. Tenn 

G. W. McDonald, Home, Tenn 

.1. A. (iass, Derby, Teun 

Jas. Armitage, (h-eeneville, Tenn 

M. P. Yoakley, Fordtown, Tenn 



J. (J. Rankin, Mount Horeb, Tenn... 

Nebraska Long, St. Clair, Tenn 

I. B. Harmon, Midway, Tenn 

T. N. Haun, Mohawk", Teun 

W. C. Davis, Cross Anchor, Tenn 

J. A. Harmon, Greeneville, Tenn 

J. H. Campbell, Lost Mount in, Tenn 

S. H. Babb, Newmansville, Teun 

Juo. C. Robertson, Mill Brook, Tenn. 
W. S; Barton, Slide, Tenn 



Jno. B. Stuart, Parrottsville, Tenn... 

S. N. Crozier, Pilot Knob, Tenn 

G. W. Walter, Pilot Hill, Tenn 

W. F. Brandon, Swaney, Tenn 

S. A. Armstroug, Jorkey, Tenn........' 

S. H. Alexander, Greeneville, Teun. 

Alex. Bean, St. Clair, Teun 

M. A. Roberts, Talbots, Tenn 

J. W. Dearstone, Greeneville, Tenn.. 
Eli Haun, Bull's Gap, Tenn 



Benjamin Taylor, Worsham, Tenu.. 

F. D. Carsey, Arrington, Tenn... 

W. (i. Branner, Saugo, Tenn '. 

W. H. B. (iambill, La Vergne, Tenn. 

R. K. Burkett, ( larksville, Tenn 

J. J. Coviui^loii, -Vllisona, Tenn 

Dr. John Tavlor, Cr.i.ss Plains, Tenn 

R. B. Wright. Gallatin, Te.n 

T. M. Ilur.st, Na.shville, Tenn 



H. S. Reynolds, Fi-anklin. Tenn , 

A. M. Burney, (»allatin, Tenn 

J. N. Crosswy, Goodlettsville, Tenn., 

B. A. Jaiues,\i(ir(lonsvilU^, Tenn , 

Thomas Voung, Caiiithcrs, Tenn 

W. R. Shaver, New .Middlelon, Tenn 
A. <i. Donoho, Hart.sville, Tenn 



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J. D. ICasley, La Vergne, Tenn.... 
W. J. (Jrannis, Ixibanon, Tenn.... 

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23. Melrose 

24. Mt. Dfiisnn 

25. Mt. I^harnn 

26. Mt. Zi.>n 

27. Kashville 

28. New Hiipe 

29. New Middleton 

30. Pleasant Dale 

Pleasant Hill 

31. Pleasant Shade 

32. Pleasant View 

33. Providence 

34. Salem, No. 1 

.3.5. .Salem, No. 2 

South Na.shville 

36. Spriufjtield 

37. Stoner's (reek 

38. Sugg's Creek 

39. Tusculum 

40. Walnut <;roTe 

41. WatHns' Park 

42. West Harpeth 

4.3. White'.s Creek 

Rev. J. M. Hnhbert 



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G. M. Babb, Orlinda. Teun \ I 1 

L. R. Kirkpatrick, Lebanon, Teun...! 5 

.1. I). Clvnard, Spriugtield, Tenn 

M. D. Crockett. Springfield, Tenn 

F. R. Smith, Eaton's Creek, Tenn... 

W. C. Smith, Nashville, Tenn 

W. H. Barrow, Lebanon, Tenn 

.T. (t. Bridges, New Middleton, Tenn. 
J. A. (Jruy, Franklin, Tenn 



N. H. Murray, Grassland, Tenn 

T. M. Walker, Henrietta, Tenn 

.John (rriffin. John, 'Jenn 

J. M. Dillard, Grant, Tenn 

(i. W. AVeakley, Thomasville, Tenn 



J. E. Patton, Springfield, Tenn W. A. Havne.s ... 

J. W. William.son, (ireen Hill, Tenn J. F. Fender 

W M. Miers, Rural Hill, Tenn C. C. Russell 

T. P. Calhoun. Paragon Mills, Tenn. A. H. Manly 

Miles H. White, I'arham, Tenn J. H. Smith 

Charles Preston, Nashville, Tenn : .T. R. Henry 

Dr. A. B. Poyner, Franklin, Tenn. ...I 

F. P. White, White's Creek. Tenn....! J. L. Alexander. 



S. T. Porter 

S. T. P.irter 

J. L. Alexander.. 
J. M. Hubbert... 



J. F. Fender... 
John C. Jones.. 



J. J. Rye. 



;). Mnilisou. 

1. Adamsville 

2. Bolivar 

3. Bethel 

4. Bethany 

.5. Bethlehem 

(J. Beech (irove 

7 Big Springs 

8. Ebenezer 

9. Chapel Sjnnngs 

('laybrook 

10. Farmville 

11. (ireenwood 

12. Hickory Valley 

13. .Lackson 

14. Liierty 

Mi. Lexington 

16. Mount .loy 

17. Mount Vernon 

18. Mount Comfort 

19. .Mount Tal)or 

20. .Mount .^haron 

21. .Mount (;ilead 

22. Mount I'isgah 

23. .Mild (reek Valley... 

24. Moriah 

Ma.soii Wells 

2.5. Maple Spring 

26. New Liberty 

27. New Bethel 

28. New Salem 

29. New Hope 

30. Oak Grove 

31. Palestine 

32. Pleasant (Jrove 

:«. Pie .sanl Hill 

34. Pleasant Ridge 

3.'). PinKon 

30. Purdy 



1. W. Blown, Adamsville, Tenn..., 

J. A. Wilson, Bolivar, Tenn , 

Ed. C. Bos.son, Pocahontas, Tenn., 

.T. B. Stanfield, Sanlis, Tenn 

J. C. Pearson, (laybrook 

Sam Bell, Juno, Tenn 

A\ m. McAdams, Middle Fork, Tenn.. 

W. P. I'ope, ])enmark, Tenn 

T. H. Adams, Juno, Tenn , 



M. P. Boyd, Farmville, Tenn 

I. W. Pir'tle Tcone, Tenn 

D.W. McAnullv, Hickory V'l'v.'ienn 

.s. A. Mitchell, Jack.son, Tenn 

W. T. Daney, , 

E. M. Belts, Lexington, Tenn 



John M. Hanini, Hamer, Tenn 

T. L. Fergus(ni, llicki rv V'll'v, Tenn 

N. C. McDaiiiel, Medou. Tenn 

H. A. I'cttigK'w, .\ilamsville, Tenn.. 

S. M. IMge, Cenirc I oint, Tenn 

H. C. Harberi, Morris ( hapel, Tenn. 

.1. E. I'cery. .Adamsville, 'lenn 

\V. A. Me.Vdoo, Medina, Tenn 



N. ('. .Matlock, White Fern, Tenn 

H. W. Myrach, Decaturville, 'lenn... 

Lon Barns, Falcon, Tenn 

W. M. Lain, Bethel Springs. Tenn 

W. .\. Caruthers, Bohver, Term 

i B. Iiobert.son, Henderson, Tenn.. 

G. I,. Wadly, Lexington, Tenn 

I. N. Lewelling, Law, Tenn 

I-. 11. .Johnson, Wild (ioose, Tenn 

B. T. Baker, Falcon. Tenn 

W. D. Bobbins, 1 inson. Tenn 

T. A. Hipps, I'urdy, 'lenn 



A. N. Stockard... 
W. M. Norment. 
J. J. Williams ... 



W. R. Black ... 
R. S. Phillips.. 

T. C. Bell 

B. J. Pirtle 

T. C. Bell 



A. M. C. (Jossett 

B. J. Pirtle 

W. M. Norment 

I. D. Steele 

D. W. Blankenship. 
W. R. Black 



J.J. Williams... 
W. M. Norment.. 

T. F. Crofl'ord 

A. N. Stockard... 

11. W. Black 

T. N. Smith 

A. N. St<ickard... 
J. R. Covev 



T. C. Bell., 



W. .T. Williams.. 
W. J. Williams.. 
W. M. Norment. 
W. J. Williams.. 



T.N. Smith 

J. J. Williams . 
J. J. Williams . 
A. N. Stockard. 



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Statistical Tables. 



;i89o. 



Name of the 
■congregatiojj. 



Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor. 



■ £:S^ 

^ a 
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■ ja S 



Mailhon — Continued 

37. Hanier 

38. Saulslniry 

39. Spring Hill 

40. Toons 

41. Union Grove 



10. McMinnville. 

.\lexandria 

Bethlehem 

Big Spring 

Bate.s' Hill 

Bew'.s Hill 

Bluff Spring.s 

Cainsville 

("oiuraerce 

Caney Fork 

Cedar Grove 

Ebenezer 

Favetteville 

Green Hill 

Hebron 

Jerusalem 

Lascassas 

Liberty 

Lytlc'.s Creek 

Lester's Chapel 

Liberty Hill 

Macedonia 

McMinnville 

M urfreesboro 

>[ount Carniel 

Mount Zion 

New Hope 

Shiloh 

Smithville 

Smith's Fork 

Short Mountain 

Thvatira 

Cnion Mill 

White Hall 

Pre.shy/eriiit Offering . 



11. Memphis. 

1. Arlington 

2. Hrnnswick 

3. Bethel 

4. Brownsville 

•1. Brighton 

<i. Cane Creek 

7. Cxineord 

8. Ebenezer 

9. Gabbert 

10. (lallowav 

11. Hickory Wythe 

Vl. Holly Grove 

13. llnrrieane Hill 

14. Memphis, l'"irst 

15. Memphis, Third 

Ifi. Mfiunt Carmel 

17. .Morning Sun 

IH. New I'umberland 

19. New Salem 

20. Pleasant Grove 



J. S. Ramer, ftamer Tenn 

J. D. Sauls, Saulsbury, Tenn. 
A. B. Hamer, Sardis, Tenn.... 

R. .1. Pirtle, Toons, Tenn 

.John (J. Combs, Purdy, Tenn 



J. D. Baird, Alexandria, Tenn 

B. K. Davis, McMinnville, Tenn.... 
W. E. Bluhm, Smithville, Tenn.... 

B. R. Bates, Deavenport, Tenn 

T. W. Bracher, Mangum, Tenn 



R. YoUug 

W. H. Crawford 

D. W. Blaukenship... 

B.J. Pirtle 

A. N. Stockard 



J. W. Ewing, Milton, Tenn 

J. A. Barbee, Commerce, Tenn 

J. P. Stouer, Catlan's Mills, Tenn 

W. R. Davies, Shop Spring, Teuu 

James Prichard, Gordousville, Tenn. 



Wm. Thompson, Dibrell, Tenn 

T. H. Etta, Irving College, Tenn 

W. R. .Tohus, .Fefferson, Tenn 

E. G. Brown, Lascassas, Tenn 

W. H. Smartt, Smartt, Tenn 

Thos. Buchanan, Pinckard, Tenn 

J. C. Prichard, Gordousville, Tenn.. 

J. A. Patton, .Alexandria, Tenn 

R. H. Thompson, Oak Point, Tenn.. 
N. .1. Finney, McMinnville, Tenn.... 
R. N. Ransom, Murfree.sboro, Tenn., 

D. H. Sueed, Milton, Tenn 

J. S. Browne, Baird's Mill, Tenn 

T. A. Thomas, Milton, Tenn 

W. H. Simi)son, Rowland, Tenn 

A. C. Hooper, Smithville, Tenn 

Nathan Gaklcy, Statesville, Tenn.... 

E. O. Underhiil, .lones' Mill, Tenn.. 

I). C. Brandon, Bradyville, Tenn 

W. T. Jones, Sykes, Tenn 

W. S. Bellen, Viola, Tenn 



Jno. S. Kittrell .. 

J. H. Zwingle 

L L. Thompson. 
W. C. Lewis 



H. J. Lanham.. 
H.'.T. Lanham.. 
J. H. Zwingle.. 
L. I). Beck 



A. H. Alsup 

A. H. Alsup 

J. T. Barbee 

J. T. Barbee 

W. C. Lewis 

Ira W. King 

I. L. Thompson... 
(t. T. Stainback, D.D 
T. B. Me Amis. ... 
W. T. Harklev.... 
M. K. llollist.T... 

H. J. Lanham 

J. F. Patton 

W. C. Lewis 

H. J. Lanham 

I. L. Thompson... 



Ira W. King . 
J. L. Payne... 



J. I). Hunter 

J. I). Hunter 

K. B. Flaniken. 



J. L. Latta. 



J. P. Bone, Arlington, Tenn 

C. B. lOnglish, Brunswick, Tenn 

L. T. Moore, Tipton, Tenn 

L. T. Cooper, Brownsville, Tenn. 
Jere Keathley, Brighton, Tenn.... 
E. E. Gookin, Lightfoot, Tenn.... 

W. T. Dodd, (iates, Tenn 

J. I). McClanahan, Mason, Tenn. 

R. T. Pollard, White Haven 

J. A. Murray, (ialloway, Tenn.... 
W. 1). Monroe, Hickory Wythe, Tenn 

,r. AL Manzey, Brighton, Tenn 

C. V. Childs, Hipley, Tenn 

E. L. Mcttowan, Memphis, Tenn H. A. Jones... 

T. E. Daley, Memi>hi-', Tenn W. H. Buntin 

W. M. Parker, Briukley, Tenn. 

(,'. T. Davis, Dexter, Tenn 

G. (i. Pope, Nut Bush, Tenn 

J. B Williams, Tipton, Tenn.... 
J. R. Pearson, Rossville, Tenn .. 



«700 



J. L. Latta 

Richard Inge., 
J. D. Hunl«r.. 



J. L. Latta 



J. H. McCutchan... 



H. R. Reed 

A. S. .Tolinson.. 
J. H. White 



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^ 3Ieiiiph is — ('(iiitinued. 

•21, Pleasant Hill 

22.gPleasant ruiuu 

23. Poplar (irove 

24. Shadv (ii'ove 

25. Waliiut (iiove 

213. West Uuion 

Whiteville 

27. Uriel 



12. Obion. 

Autioch 

Alamo 

Beech 

Bell's Chapel 

Bethlehem 

Beech Valley 

Betlie.sda 

Bowen's Chapel 

Blake 

Crittenden (irove 

Camp (rruuud 

Dyershurg , 

Eaion : 

Frieiidshij) , 

Fulton 

Green Hill 

Hurricane Hill 

Kentou 

Mount Ararat 

Mount Olive 

Mount Hrthe.sda 

Mount Hope 

M..unt H..rel. 

Moorville 

Morella 

North Union 

Newhern 

New Hethleheni 

New Prospect 

New Kbenezer 

New Hope 

Palestine 

Palestine Oljion 

Poplar (irove 

Pleasant Hill 

Ro Flleu 

Rutherford 

Rive.s 

Star of Bethlehem 

Salem 

Troy 

Trenton 

Trimble 

Union City 

Union (irove 

Yorkvillt^ 

I'rtmhytiirial Offering. 



.T. R. Luton, Flipiiiu, Tenn 

E. C. Ewing, Brunswick. Tenu 

C. L. Martin, Hennins;, Tenu 

\V. S. Baxter, VVilliston, Tenn 

A. (i. McClunej', Burleson, Tenn. 
M. E. Herring, Cuba, Tenn 



H. .r. Kav 



S. P. Zarecor. 
H. .T. Rar 



N. McMuUin. Uriel, Tenn. 



K. B. Flainken. 



J. W. Powell, Crystal, Tenn 

¥. B. Fisher, .Vlamo, Tenn 

J. M. (ilasgow, Union (Itv, Tenn.... 
W. H. McDonald, Kutherl'cird, Tenn 
M. F. Thomas. Union City, Tenn .... 

1). T. Lovett, Ti'imlile, Tenn 

J. M. Cochran, Friendship, Tenn... 

.T. H. l>avis. Friendship, Tenn 

.L R. Baihy, Mas(m Hall, Tenn 

C. C. Dickinson, Rive.s, Tenn 

W. C. Maniug, Obion, Tenn 

C. L. Nolan. Dyersliurg, Tenn 

W. J. R')bins(in, Eaton, Tenn 

Thos. Grounils, Friendship, Tenn.... 

Tlios. Beadles, Fulton, Ky 

J. W. Eckols, .Stokes, Tenn 

Asa Fowlkes, Dyersburg, Tenn 

H. T. FuUerton, Kenton, Tenn 

.1. M. Ross, Troy, Tenn 

D. J. Hutchison, Dyer. Tenn 

.1. F. Dickey, Newlieru, Tenn 

O. N. Heard, Dyerslnirg, Tenn 

W. H. Farrt's, >linick, Tenn 



E. D. Farris 

W. P. Owen, 

W. Cr. Leonard. 
W. M. Zaricor . 
J.*\'. King 



AV. P. Owens 



E. (!). Kerr 

E. O. Kerr 

C. B. Welbourn , 



T. E. Hall 

E. D. Farris... 
\V. A. Boone.. 
H.' L. Dicker. 



i:>. liiv.tUaiid. 

1. .\lder (irove 

2. Ash Hill 

3. Ashland 

4. lieech (irove 



R. 1). Walker, Kenton, Tenn 

R. C. Tilghman, Kenton, Tenn. 



Thos. F. CroHbrd. 
J. A. Dunlap 



R. Herron, Newbern, Tenn 

C. A. Wilson, Fulton, Ky 

•J. M. Calhoun, Troy, Teiin 

W. H. Coo|)er, Tii)tonville. Tenn.... 

N. >Scoby, Newberu, Tenn 

F. M. \Voo<ly, (ilass Tenn 

Smith Parks, Newbern, Tenn 

E. L. Wade, Rives, Tenn 

W. .1. PriclianI, Ro Ellen, Tenn 

.J. E. Kyzcr, llutherl'ord, Tenu 

.1. M. Henlon, Kives, Tenn 

.las. Calhoun, Troy, Tenn 

.1. H. Mangrurn, (iadsden, Tenn 

C. .1. Crockett, Troy, Tenn 

Wni. (iay, Trenton, Tenn 

D. F. Keathley, Trimble, Teiui 

Alex. N. Moore, I'nion (^ity, Tenn. 

.J. C. Zaricoi-, Newbern, Tenn 

J. B. Wiley, Yorkville, Tenn 



,T. A. Duulap. 



J. B. Calhoun 

E. D. Farris 

.1. A. Dunlap 

.1. B. Calhoun 

S. H. Bralv 

T. O. Webb 

T. F. CroHbrd 

T. E. Hall 

.1. H. Calhoun 

E. W. Hendrlx.... 

A. P. Davis 

T. S. Buchanan .. 
W. (J. I^onard.... 

E. D. Farris 

A. W. McDowell . 



H. L. Dickev. 



•fo. .Jone.s, Economy, Tenn 

.1. B. Walker, (ilen'n Store, Tenn. 
B. Wisdom, Forty Eight, Tenn... 
S. K. (looch, Minor Hill, Tenn.... 



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Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Canipbellsville 

Center Point 

Chinubee 

Clifton 

Columbia 

Concord 

El)enezer 

Elkton 

Evergreen 

Fiducia 

Glenwood 

Harmony 

Howard 

Indian Creek 

Koss 

Lasting Hope 

Lawrenceburg 

Lynnville 

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McCaigs 

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M(junt Olive 

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Reiu S. H. Polk 

I're.ibylcrial Offering . 



S. S. Hudiburg, Olive Hill, Tenu 

W. C. Anderson, Camjibellsville, Tenn 
Rich. Downey, Hohenwald, Tenn 



W. A. Tinnon, Clifton, Tenn 

J. T. Williamson, Columbia, Tenn.. 
H. B. Curry, Columbia, Tenn 



Milton Carter, Elkton, Tenn 

W. W. Dodson, Lynnville, Tenn 

W. W. Orr, Aspen Hill, Tenn 

Jasper Home, Southi ort, Tenn 

(i. H. Whitlow, Cerro Gordo, Tenn.. 

W. E. Coil, Sumraertown, Tenn 

Riley Patterson, Martin's Mills, Ten 



W. A. Bridges . 



I. N. Yokley 

J. S. Weaver.... 
R. J. Whitaker., 



R. J. Whitaker. 
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J. W. Howard.. 
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J. A. Laughlin, Lawrenceburg, Tenu 

T. B. Briggs, Lynnville, Tenn 

A. V. Burchard, Clinton, Tenn 

Jno. W. Lee, Duplex, Tenn 

O. H. Muller, Lobelville, Tenn 

D. S. Maxwell, Bigbyville, Tenu.. 



J. C. Jones 

W. M. Neelley . 
W^. A. Bridges... 
W. Y. Lindsey. 
T. W. Red 



M. E. Gabard. 



Jas. M. Andrew, Lasea, Tenn 

R. P. Yancey, Wales Sta.. Tenn 

J. M. Alford, Wavhuid Spring's, Tenn 
J. C. Whitaker, Flat Woods, Tenn.... 

A. W. Todd, .Mount llozell, Ala 

Wni. Maytield, Newburg, Tenn 

W. A. Keir, I.owryville, Tenn 

.T. F. Aguew, Silver Creek, Tenn.... 

D. L. Voorhees, Nancy, Tenn 

W. T. Rowntree, Savannah, Tenn... 

J. D. Stricklin, Lutt.s, Tenn 

W. B. Walker, Summertown, Tenn 



H. A. Gray 

(i. W. Mitchell, D.D. 



J. M. Ashford.. 



J. F. Walker.... 
Jno. McKelvey. 



J. T. White 

J. R. Alexander. 



A. (iilbert. Bethel, Tenn 

W. B. Cannon, Hurricane, Tenn.. 

C. J. Orr, Diana, Tenn 

W. M. Lane, Pulaski, Tenn 

H. H. Hinkle. Savannah, Tenn 

J. A. Burrow, Santa Fe, Tenn 

R. W. Brun.-on, Tarplcy, Tenn 

R. A. Shaw, Savannah. Tenn 

W. A. Johnson, Cliftcm, Tenn 

Robert Scott, l,awreiu;eburg, Tenn 

J. W. Kinuard, Lasea, Tenn 

M. C. MoUoy, Spring Hill, Tenn.... 

(i. B. I'eery, Swan Hlutt', Tenn 

It. T. Long, .Vndrews, Tenn 

W. H. Maddox, Savannah, Tenn... 



R. J. Orr 

J. M. Brown 



J. F. Walker.. 
H. A. (i av.... 

R. J. Orr..". 

.}. V. Walker.. 



H. A. Grav 



W. Y. Lindsey 

II. A. (iray 

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W. M. HarbLson, AVater Valley, Tenn 

H. A. Helton, Waynesboro, 'I enn 

W. J. I'a.-<smore, Carter's Creek, Ten 
H. A. (amplicll, West Point, Tenn... 
J. A. Willoughby, .Savannah, Tenn... 
S. S. Craig, Parkes Sta., Tenn 



H. A. (irav 

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AND Post-office. 



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14. Sparta. 

Beech (irove 

Big Springs 

Brown's Chapel 

Byrilstowii 

Cave Springs 

Cedar Grove 

Chanute 

Chestnut Oak Hill 

Cherrj' Creek 

Columbia Hill 

Cookville 

Douglass Chapel 

Doyle 

Dry Valley 

Elmwood 

Flat Creek 

Flynn's Lick 

Free Uniou 

(irant 

(iranville 

Laurel Hill 

Lee Seminary 

Liberty 

Livingston 

Lytle's Creek 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Hermon 

Mount Union, No. 1.. 
Mount Uniou, No. 2.. 

New Bethel 

Oak (irove 

Oakalona 

Pleasant Shade 

Plea.sant (irove 

Prospect 

Providence 

Roaring River 

Robinson's Chapel 

Salem 

Salt Lick 

Shiloh 

Spring Creek 

Suljjhur Springs 

Sycamore (Jrove 

Trinity 

Union 

Zion 

Zion Hill 

I'resbyterial Offering.. 



lii. Tennessee." 

1. Cane Creek 

2. Camargo 

.3. Cowan 

4. Fayette- ille 

.1. Ilaruiony 

(i. Hebron 

7. Kelso 

8. Moore's Chapel 

9. Mulberry 

10. Mt. Carmel 

n. .Mt. Zion 

12. Sulphur Springs 

Ki. 'Iracy City 

14. Tullahoma 



C. Carver, Hadensburg, Teuu 

T. C. Quarles, Whitleyville, Teun.... 
Wiley .Steaklev, Flvnn's Lick, Tenn. 

E. G. Smith, Bvrdstown, Tenn 

E. L. Ferrell, We.st Fork, Tenn 

A. M. Hasten, Gainsboro, Tenn 

D. C. Camell, Chanute, Tenn 

R. W. King, Cookville, Tenn 

J. S. Lee, Cherry Creek, Tenn 



J. Arnold, Cookville, Tenn... 
H. F. Hussev, Poteet, Tenn.. 
J. L. Mitchell, Doyle, Tenn.. 
Vance Clark, Gofton, Tenn... 



Robert Masters, Hillham, Tenn.. 
M. D. Hale, Flvnn's Lick, Tenn. 
T. G. Smith, Gain.sbo»o, Tenn.... 



T. C. McKinlej', Granville, Teun 

Wesley Certain, Peeled Chestnut, T. 
C. J. Davis, Cookville, Tenn 



E. K. Moredock, Livingston, Tenn. 



.T. R. Johnson, Kev, Tenn 

T. C. Sullivan, Peeled Chestnut,Tenn 

D. C. Bagwell, Quarles, Tenn 

C. L. Long, Rough Point, Tenn 

(ieorge Carick, Taylors, Tenn 

-V. L. Copeland, Livingston, Tenn 

.T. M. Hitt, Pleasant ^hade, Tenn 

J. Jenkins, Highland, Teun 

M. M. Owen, (iuiz, Tenn 

Curtis Buck, Cookville, Tenn 

S. D. Webb, Mareuio, Tenn 

J. J. Robinson, Key, Tenn 

A. Jackson, Oakley, Tenn 

W. M. Dixon, Higlilijnd, Tenn 

H. P. Boswell, Jamestown, Tenn 

W. C. West, Avoton, Tenn 

K. L. French, Monroe, Tenn 

J. L. Saddler, Gabliatha, Tenn 

J. C. Cowan, Enigma, Tenn 

T. L. Mitchell, Dovle, Tenn 

J. W. (;len, Ca,ssville, Tenn 

B. J. Cannon, Oak Hi.l, Tenn 



G. G. Crawford, Howell, Tenn 

K. F. Randolph, (anuirgo, Tenn 

J. ('. Montgomery. Cowan, Tenn 

C. B. Bagley, I-'ayclteville, Tenn 

James Lockhart, Witichesler, Tenn. 

J. M. Bell, Norris < reek, Tenn 

V,. W. WicUs, KcKo, Tenn .• 

F. M. Copeland, Lvnilibni'g, 'I'enn... 

T. J. Necid, Mnlbenv, Tenn 

P. B. Keith. Iluntland. Tenn 

(iabrii'l I'yiant. Charity, Tenn 

J. H. Wan'cn, Oregon, Tenn 

W. E. Tillett, Tracy Citv, Tenu 

J. B. Cowan. Tulbdwrnia, Tenn 



C. K. Carlock . 
T. C. Quarles . 



S. K. Phillips.. 



W. H. Carr... 
W. P. Smith. 



J. R. (toodpasture.. 

W. H. Carr 

W. P. Smith 



Hardy Copland.. 

C. K. Carlock 

T. G. Smith 



C. K. Carlock . 
'w.'H.'Carr.".'.' 



W. H. Carr. 



H. Copeland... 
C. K. Carlock . 



W. H. Carr 

S. K. Phillips 

M. W. Swearengin. 

W. H. (;arr 

S. K. Phillips 



W. D. Dinges 

J. R. (ioodpa.sture.. 

W. P. Smith 

T. A. I-ee 

S. K. Phillips 



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15. Winchei<ter 

16. (joshei) 

Athens* 

Madison X Roads*... 

Xew Market* 

Liberty •■= 

Presbylerial Offering.. 



Synod of Te.xas. 

1. Bacon Presbytery. 

Alliens 

Baker's Prairie 

Bethany 

Center 

Cedar (Jrove 

Elm Grove 

Forney 

Hamilton 

Kaufman 

Kemp 

L(Mie Oak 

.M(nTison's CTiapel.... 

Mt. Zion 

Xew Prosiiect 

Ked Oiik 

StanRer'.s .Spri ng 

Terrell 

Trinity 

Tyler.! 

Turner's Point 

Union (Jrove 

Union 

Wilson 

Will's Point 

PifxbylerUil Offering. 



1. Bethel. 

Bavou 

Black River 

Black .lack (Jrove 

Buckhorii 

Bin Spring 

Chickasaw Creek. 

Coal Creek 

Klood Creek 

(iood Water 

(iood Land 

(ireenlicid 

Hashukwa 

Kali Chito 



Jo. Oehmig, Winche.ster, Tenu. 
W. R. Francis, Cowan, Tenu.... 



W. F. Neff, Athens, Texas 

J. P. Sharp, Tolo-a, Texas 

W. L. Bovkin, Ahner, Texas 

J. J. Starhs, Will's Point, Texas 

John Zees, Will's Point, Texas 

J. R. Higginbotham, Roddy, Texas.. 



A. J. Brown, Murchison, Texas 

Richard Rennolds, Kaufman, Texas. 

R. O. Watkins, Kemp, Texas 

H. N. Hoil'er, Kaufman, Texas 

R. H. Hiidge, New York, Texas 



T. R. Edwards, Will's Point, Texas.. 

R. B. Hamilton, Abner, Texas 

J. C. Pinkertiin, Ben Wheeler, Texas 

T. L. Staniield, Terrell, Te.xas 

, Wildcat, Texa.s 

W. \. Pinkerton, Tyler, Texas 

J. McNiitt, I'oetry, Texas 

E. B. Downing, Canton, Texas 

James McMillan, Ccilfax, Texas 

M. W. Ellis, Will's l^(.int, Texas 

T. 1). Stariis, Will's Point, Texas 



Loreii llaincr, Harris Ferrv, Texas.. 
Edmoud 1'. Willi.s, Lnkctchta, I. T.. 
E. S. Bond, Wapaiiaucka, I. T 



B. J. Wade, Stringtowu, I. T.. 
David Harris, Atoka, I. T 



Willis Wilson, Cero (iuardo. Ark.. 

Billy Watson, Striugtown, I. T 

Mike Frazier, .Vntlers, I. T 

('. Kobinson, Caddo, I. T 

Cephas (iibson, Atoka, I. T 

Kali Iskitini | M. ( harlcstoii, I.chigh, 1. T 

Kali l.aua Roberson Hall, Boggv Depot, I.T. 



KaliTuk 
Kali .\chiikma 
l.ittle Springs.. 

Kiiiwa 

Lukl'a|>pa 

.Man V .~<prings.. 
I'onti :.... 



Oska Bokr.shi. 
Mount View... 



Edmond Billcy, Atoka, I. T 

Davis Potts, Antlers, 1. T 



F. E. Shafler, Kiowa, I. T.... 
John Sberred, Antlers, I. T., 



J. M. Brooks 

W. H. McClurkan.. 



VVilliam Daw.son... 
William Dawson... 
W. H. McClurkan. 
S. M. Teiupleton... 
W. H. McClurkan. 
J. H. Wotlbrd 



Benj. Spencer, D.D 



William Daw.son. 



J. B. Groves 

R. T. Phillips 

W. II. Met lurkan. 
William Dawson.... 
W. H. McClurkan.. 



Benj. Spencer, D.D., 



'I'honias .lefierson. 
Thomas Jeftcrson. 
Ben. Washington.. 



(ieorge Peter... 
M. Charleston. 



Thomas Jefferson. 



James Hudson 

C. Roliinson 

Allen Hattice 

M. Charleston 

Ben. Washington, 
.lames Hudson 



A. B. Johnson. 



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PiKOoii Roost 

Pleasant Cove 

llock Spriiij; 

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Standing Pine 

Stringtown 

iStoiiewall 

Tali Hikia 

White Oak (irove 

Woodville 

Iihliridiwla 

J. J. Smith and Family. 

Rev. D. L. Walker 

Jler. J. If. Dicltr.smi 



A. Boiiham. 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Bois D'Ai-e 

Bonhani 

Caiiaiin 

Desert Creek 

Dodd City 

Ector 

Ewing 

Grove Hill 

Harrison 

Honey (irove 

Ivanhoe 

Ladonia 

Leonard 

Locust (irove 

Mason 

Melissa 

Mt. (Jarniel 

Mt. Olivet 

New Bethel 

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I'rovidencc 

Savoy 

Sherman 

.Spring Hill 

Stei)hensviile 

Sunshine 

Thyati a 

White Kock 

Wliitewright 

Windoni 

li. ('. Dinwiddif and wife 

'-.s. y. K. Stephens 

Ji. .Mchdhoii and idfe.. 
O. A'iihul.sim 



•1. Biiffitlo Gap. 

1. .Vhilene 

2. Albany 

3. Anson 

4. Baird 

5. Brecken ridge 

6. Big Branch 

7. J*ell Springs 

8. Buil'alo (iap 

9. Comanche 



Bessaut Durant, Annette, I. T. 
Simon James, Kasoma, I. T 



M. Charleston, Lehigh, L T 

Daniel Hudson, Eagletowu, I. T.. 
J. W. Self, Stringtown, I. T 



(;. Eoliinsou, Caddo, I. T 

Mike Hicks, Red Oak, I. T. 



J. 1» Baker, Honey Grove, Texas 

L. K. .liicksoti, Wolfe City, Texas 

K. R. Kerr, Randolph, Texas 

H. K. Allen, Bonham, Texa.s 

L. P. Montgomerv, Savoy, Texas 

R. K. Smith, (iraybill, Texas 

(i. F. .). Stephens, Dodd City, Texas. 



.1. N. Hudson, Celeste, Texas... 
F. K. Taylor, Bonham, Texa.s.. 



.1. S. Boone, Honey (irove, Texa.s 

T. .T. Kennedy, Ravenna, Texas 

\V. C. Maloney, Ladonia, Texas 

J. W. (iroves, Leonard, Texas 

Thomas Jennings, Sherman, Texas.. 



J. D. Russell, (ireenville, Texas 

P. W. Stewart, Bonham, Texas 

James White, Howe, Texas 

R. C. Median, W' hilewright, Texas., 
G. W. Wiley, Dodd City, Texas 



W. S. Dickerman, Sherman, Texa.s., 

.1. R. Packer, Dodd (-'ity, Texas 

J. C. Hul.scy, Dodd City, Texas 

E. Early, Ladonia, 'i'exas 

R. A. Moore, Fetor, 'lexas 

U. B. Titus, White Rock, Texas 

T. H. Sears, Whitewright, Texas 

T. J. Self, WlndoMi, lexas 



(i. W. Roach, Abilene, Texas 

J. R. Davis, Albany, Texas 

L. M. Buie, Anson, Texas 

J. N. Rushing, Baird, Texas 

J. W. Cudgington, Breckenridge, T.. 

L I). Rhodes, Gem Site, Texas 

Dan McNiel, Caddo, Texas 

P. T. Hurt, ButtaloGap, 'Joxas 

W. B. Cunningham, Comanche, 'J ex.. 



M. CSiarleston.. 



A. B. .lohnson 
C. Robibsou 



R. A. (jav 

R. A. Gay 

B. Cox 

T. N. Williams 

R. F. Jones 

E. H. Messick 

A. B. C. Dinwiddie. 



R. A. Gay 

J. (t. Nicholson.. 



A. L. Barr 

J. T. Buchanan 

F.' ' M.' ' McFariand.'. 



J. G. Nicholson 

E. H. Messick 

W. A. Kirkj)atrick. 
W. A. WillianLs 



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A. B. C. Dinwiddle.. 

J. T. Bucbanan 

J. (i. N'iebol.son 

M. L. Benge 

R. l'\ Jones 

A. B. C. Dinwiddie. 



D. C. He Witt., 

F. E. Leech 

R. W. Benge... 
A. A. Baker.... 

F. E. Baker 

W. (i. Peyton.. 
W. (i. I'eyton., 
R. W. Benge... 
Z. T. Blauton .. 



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Aurora 

Archer City 

Bowie 

Bethel 

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Bridgeport 

Childress 

Chieo 

Chillicothe 

Crafton 

Cow Creek 

Degress 

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Flat Rock 

Fanon Town 

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Sunset 

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PresbyterkU Offering. 



B. F. Thompson, Archer City, Texas. 

E. W. Russey, Bowie, Texas 

a. W. Lamb, Salona, Texas 

B. C. Goodner, Henrietta, Texas 

W. H. Bingham, Bridgeport, Texas.. 

,T. G. Hester, Childre.ss, Texas 

J. T. Stanfield, Chico, Texas 

Wm. Eliott, Chillicothe, Texas 

A. G. McClure, Crafton, Texas 

D. M. Lindsev, Duncan, I. T 

J. B. Wilks, Crafton, Texas 

C. H. Bacon, Montague, Texas 

J. C. Ray, Decatur, Texas 

W. F. Wear, Loop, Texas 

B. F. Redding, Belcherville, Texas... 



S. Guadalupe. 

Barnetts 

Bellview 

Bandera 

Blanco 

Barnett's Springs 

Canoe Creek 

Center Point 

Depree 

Buda 

Ehenezer 

Harmony 

Hoehhelm 

Ingram 

Kendalia 

Kyle 

Live Oak 

Moulti.M 

Mount Vernon 

Pilgrim Lake 

Pleasant Hill 

Preaching Place 

Riverside 

San Antonio 

Sedan 

West I'^nd .San Antonio. 



E. P. Earheart, Marmaduke, Texas.., 

Wm. Wanlaud, Henrietta, Texas 

J. J. Steel, Archer City, Texas.... 
W. W. Paton, Frazier, Texas 



J. A. Dorsey, Pella, Texas 

W. C. W'ilson, Henrietta, Texas. 

W. D. Cunningham, Sunset, Texas.. 
J. M. Cone, Newport, Texas 

F. F. Burkhalter, Bowie, Texas 

R. A. Hutcherson, Bowie, Te.xas 

John Hester, Post Oak, Texas 

G. C. Packer, Belcherville, Texas 

R. B. Tibs, Quanah, Texas 

R. A. Dorsey, Sunset, Texas 

T. V. Stevens, Seymour, Texas 

G. W. Thompson, Alvord, Texas 



Z. T. Denney, Alvord, Texa.s. 



W. L. Barnett, Wrightshoro, Texas. 

H. N. Smith, Cheapside, Texas 

T. A. Peacock, Bandera, Texas 

E. N. Dickey, Blanco, Texas 

J. AV. Cook, Kerrville, Te.xas 

N. W. Brelsford, Slayden, Texas 

G. W. Parsons, Center Point, Texas. 



R. C. Barton, Buda, Texas 

J. A. Cannan, Cedar Creek, Texas... 
W. J. ^IcManns, Terryville, Texas. 
J. L. Crawford, Hochheim, Texas... 
J. C. Stephens, Ingi-am, Texas 



J. Y. Stephenson, Kyle, Texas 

J. J. McChristian, Manchaca, Texas. 
R. W. Greenlee, Moulton, Texas 



G. W. Basham.. 

W. A. Morris 

G. P. Hester 

W. B. Dawson... 
I. S. Davenport.. 
W. ,T. Gregory.. 
I. .S. Jiavenport . 
W. J. Gregorv .. 
S. W. Porter.".... 
W. W.Martin... 
W. A. Morris.... 

J. W. Reid 

G. P. Hester 

S. W. Porter..... 

J. D. Braly 

W. C. Walker.... 
a. W. Basham .. 

J. A. Zinn 

Q. D. Elder 

J. A. Zinn 



J. W. Reid 

S. W. Porter.... 

J. W. Reid 

W. C. Walker.. 
AV. C. Walker.. 
W. C. Walker.. 
W. R. Baker... 
S. W. Porter... 
J. D. Braly 



W. J. Gregory. 
W. J. Gregory. 



J. D. Sjjeegle.. 
J. J. Hodges.. 
A. R. Renick.. 
S. A. Comer.... 
S. A. Comer.... 
,T. .1. Hodges .. 
A. R. Renick . 



A. J. Adkisson. 
S. A. Comer 



T. A. Leech.. 



H. H. Beverly, Pilgrim Lake, Texas, 
J. M. Jones, Austin, Texas 



James Eastwood, Prairie I.*a, Texas 
J. H. Rea, San Antonio, Texas 



J. V. Davis, San Antonio, Texas. 



A. J. .-Vdkisson . 
T. A. Leech 



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Spring Creek 

21. Yoakum 

22. South Union 

23. Tabor 

24. Union 

25. Xew Hope 

26. San Marcos 

27. Spring Ci'eek 

Alfred Henderson 

IF. B. Garvin 



9. Outhrie. 

1. Arduiore 

2. Argyle 

3. Aurora 

i. Bethel 

5. Bethel 

6. Bone's Chapel 

7. Buck Horn 

8. Center Hill :.... 

9. Clear Creek 

10. Concord 

11. Collinsville 

12. Cotton Wood 

13. Decatur 

14. I)enton 

lo. Dixie 

16. EHzaheth 

17. East Belknap 

18. Estelle 

19. Farmer's Creek 

20. Flower Mound 

21. Forestburg 

22. Gainsville 

23. Georgetown 

24. Good Hope 

25. Grapevine 

26. (jribble Springs 

27. Healdton 

28. Illinois Bend 

29. Kellar 

30. Lewisville 

31. Liberty 

32. I^vc Valley 

33. Mc.\dow 

34. Martin Valley 

35. Montague Springs 

36. Mount Olivet 

37. Mnunt Tabor 

38. Mount Zion 

39. Ni^w Bethel 

40. Newton's Chapel 

41. New .Salem 

42. Oliver Creek 

43. Oski Bokushi 

44. Pella ....» 

4.5. Pilot Point 

46. Red Branch 

47. Red Branch 

48. Roanoke 

49. Rodger's Chapel 

oO. Kos.^ton 

51. Sandy Springs 

."52. Shiloh 

53. Shady Grove 



T. J. Thomison, Yoakum, Texas... 
A. Henderson, Schulenberg, Texa.'^ 

.T. J. Grant, Dellvale, Texas 

G. W. Garrett, Union, Texas: 

J. T. Holman, Weimar, Texas 

S. B. Boles, San Marcos, Texas 

.Tames Bedford, Sandy, Texas 



•Toe F. Williams, Ardmore, I. T.... 

.1. H. Reaves, Argvle, Tex 

W. F. Stanlield, A"urora, Tex 

W. T. Miner, Waketon... 

W. H. Spicer, Woodville. I. T 

E. B. Dishman, Whiieslioro, Tex. 



A. M. Williams, Callisburg, Tex... 

T. B. Settle, Hardv, Tex 

W. P. Smith, Dido, Tex 

T. Cole, Collinsville, Tex 

O. Heatherly, Illinois Bend, Tex. 

•T. W. Hatcher, Decatur, Tex 

S. A. Lobdell, Denton, Tex 

John Adams, Di.xie, I. T 

T. E Wood, Roanoke, Tex 



J. W. French, E.stelle, Tex 

J. M. Stephens, Montague, Tex 

V. A. Cruse, Lewisville, Tex 

.1. W. Bowers, Forestburg, Tex 

(ieo. Y. Bird, Gainsville, Tex 

C. Burgess, Pottsboro, Tex 

A. B. .lamison, Parvine, Tex 

T. F. Yancev, <ira]Kvln'e, Tex 

B. M. Black; (;vilil)le ^^priugs, Tex.. 

.1. R. St;nitield, llcaklton, I. T 

\V. W. Wicklitf, Illinois Bend, Tex. 
Rev. R. W. Stanfiold, Kellar, Tex.... 
J. -M. Hatcher, Lewisville, Tex 

D. W. Neel, Spanish I'ort, Tex 

T. H. o'Kellv, .Marietta, I. T 

A. P. Mahard, Rock Hill, Tex 

W. AV. Baxter, Bolivar, Tex 

W. E. Stagg, Uz, Tex 

Isaac Gregory, Erie, Te.x 

C. A. Wright, Montague, Tex 

T. ('arpenter, Corinth, Tex 

.1. C. Means, Wilson, I. T 

I. H. Nell, Spanish Fort, Tex 

.1. T. Wamkin, Marysville, Tex 

N. Karnes, Droj), Tex 

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R. D. Means, Pella, Tex. 

W. C. .McCullv, Pilot Point, Tex., 

F. L. Aldridge, (iordonville, Tex. 

•Tamos l.vans, Lone (irove, I. T 

.T. T. Barton, Roanoke, Tex 

W. H. Tavlor, Denton, Tex 

Thomas Willis, I{osston, Tex 

.1. <;. Hodges, Sandusky, Tex 

.1. S. Wiggins, Earlv, Tex 

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.1. Ii. Speegle. 



S. A. Comer. 



J. F. Snavely 
J. McClurkin. 



.T. J. Moore.... 
'c."b.' Hodges." 



D. L. Mitchell. 
C.B.'Hodges... 



I. V. Jolly 

W. H. Berrv.. 
E. R. Skiles.... 
J. McClurkin , 



D. L. Mitchell.... 
M. C. Johnson ... 



J. J. Moore. 



J. J. Moore.. 



J. F. Snavely.. 
W. L. Brewer.. 
C.'N. .larrell... 
D. L. Mitchell. 

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J. F. Snavely . 
E. R. .Skiles... 



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H. G. Nicholson. 



J. McClurkin. 
C. N. Jarrell... 



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54. Siinuv Dale 

55. Thackerville 

56. Union 

57. Valley View 

58. Walnut (irove 

59. Watauga 

60. Whiteslioro 



10. Kirkpatrick. 

Antiocli 

Bell Springs 

Blauton 

Blooming Grove 

Bois D'Arc 

Banyan 

Corsicaua 

Covington 

Dawson 

Dodsonville 

Dresden 

Ennis 

Eureka 

Goshen 

Hillsb;>ro 

HuMjard 

Itasca 

Kerens 

Kirkpatrick 

Liberty Hill , 

Lone Oak 

Jlillord 

Morrison's Chapel 

Mt. Calm 

New Hope 

Oak <;rove 

Osceola 

Peoria 

Prairie Ridge 

Rice 

Richland 

Uninn (jrovc 

West 

Woodbury 

Whitnev 

W. A. Patli-rsnu 

Presbylerial Offering., 



W. W. Page, (oriuth, Tex 

--, Thackerville, I. T... 

S. P. Shaffer, Lnless, Tex 

C. T. Newton, ^■alley View, Tex. 

H. C. Johnson, Watauga, Tex 

N. R. Mackey, AVhitesboro, Tex.. 



31. L. lUilhird. 



J. A. Julian. 



A. Rippetoe.. 
P. M. Rilev.. 



1 1 . Liltle River. 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Concord 

Chandler 

l)avilla 

Elm (irovc 

Ewing 

(Jabriel Mills 

(iefjrgetown 

Hope 

Holland 

Hoitewell 

Liberty Hill 

Leander 

Laraijasa.*; 



T. A. Oilvin, HilLsboro, Texas 

K. E. Durham, Massey, Texas 

Jack Bigham, Blantnn, Texas 

M. J. Trueldve, Blooming Grove, Tex 

J. H. Forbes, Hillslioro, Texas 

J. A. Gordon, Hubbard, Texas 

S. H. Kerr, Corsicana, Texas 

H. B. McKinley, Covington, Texas... 

Dr. J. tr. Berry, Dawson, Te.xas 

W. D. Kirkpatrick, Kimball, Texas. 

Bell Robin.son, Dresden, Texas 

A. H. Rowe, Ennis, Texas 

J. P. Clack, Itasca, Texas 

J. N. Smith, Corsicana, Texas 

O. H. Young, HilLsboro, Texas 

.1. M. Johnson, Hubbard, Texas 

.1. R. Griffin, Itu.sca, Texas 

S. H. Kimes, Kerens, Texas 

W. R. Kirkpatrick, Ennis, Texas 

W. J. Wright, Hubbard, Texas 

W. A. l^inion, Blooming (frove, Tex 
J. E. Couchman, Milford, Texas 



J. M. MeCartv . 



J. M. McCarty 

W. A. Patterson. 

U. C. Howard 

B. M. Taylor 

J. A. Ward, D.D. 

W. J. Lackey 

B. M. Taylor 

J. L. Elliott 



(4. I). Crawford.... 

W. J. Lackev 

J. W. Hornbbak.. 

R. L. McElree 

B. M. Taylor 

W. J. Lackev 

J. W. Horn beak. 
(t. D. Crawford.... 

B. M. TavL.r 

W. A. Patterson. 
J. W. Beck 



T. Ncal, Mt. Calm, Texa.s 

. V. Darrow, Bee Creek, Texas., 
J. Bashara, AVhitney, Texas — 

R. (ice, Osceola, Texas 

P. Webb, Peoria, Texas 

II. Kerr, Chatlield, Texas 

B. Haynie, Rice, Texas 

B. .lobnson, Mertens, Texas.... 
. C. Jolinson, Drane, Texas 

McDaniel, West, Texas 

B. Sumner, Woodbury, Texas. 

O. Powell, Whitnev, Texas 



R. L. McElree. 



W. J. Lackev 

J. M. McCartv.... 
J. W. Hornbeak. 
J. W. Hornbeak. 

M. S. Wilks 

J(dui Miller 

W. A. Patterson.. 
W. A. Patterson.. 



G. {'t. Anderson, Liberty Hill, Texa.s. 

I!. H. .V'hooler, Shive, Texas 

.\. V. Patter.son, Center Citv, Texas.. 
W. M. Stinnett, Old Round Rock.Tex 



M. M. Vaughn. 



M. M. Vaughn. 



W. W. Tucker, Florence, Texas.. 
L. R. Ray, Cherokee, Texas 



J. M. Moore.. 



L. F. Chapman, (ieorgetown, Texas.. 
J. 1). Samford, Sunny Lane, Texas... 

1). A. McKcMzie, Iloilaiul, Texas 

R. Renick, Libertv Hill, Texas 

W. (;. (uiHiths, L"iberty Hill, Texas. 

J. E. Hiimb'.e, J.eander, Texas 

>r. McMillan. l.ampa>as, Texas 



M. M. Vaughn. 
.John Hud.son ... 

J. B. Kerr 

S. C. Ixjckett.... 
John Hudson ... 



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AND Post-office. 


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W. H. Hamilton, I>avil)a, Texas 

J. T. Chamberlain, Buniet, Texas 

Freeman Cieorge, Nolanville, Texas.. 
J. M. Townsen, Grundyville, Texas.. 
C. AV. Bowner, Bound Rock, Texas.. 
J. b. Hickman, Gabriel Mills, Texas. 
John A. 8tavely, Townsen's Mill 


J. B. Kerr 


5 


50 
65 
61 
20 
84 
66 
54 
35 
43 
34 
48 
100 


fl200 


3 


50 






56 






3 














18. Pleasant Hill 


S. C. Lockett 


25 
10 
3 
1 
3 
18 
2 

8 


800 


40 


19. Pilot Knob 




30 




J. AV. Stinnett 










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22. Koiiiid Rock 


H. B. Sheppard, Round Rock, Texas. 
W. A. Davis, Belton, Texas 




40 


23. Salado 








T. A. Burch, Burnet, Texas 








25. Shiloh 


W. H. Farley, Hutto, Texas 




2000 


40 


Valo 








26. Wallace Creek 


G. AV. Campbell, San SaV)a, Texas 


AV. R. Edwards 




28 








Mrs. M. Dallas . 






Mrs. W. P. Powell 
















12. Louisiana.. 




AV. H. Bass 












110 


1021 

36 
65 
7 
24 
28 
25 


110500 

$250 
100 


380 


■2. Bethel 


Thomas Moore, Arcadia, La 


T. G. Randall 






3. Baird 




Raudole 






4. Clampitt's Chapel 


Dr. John C. Brown, Arcadia, La 

A. Gandy, Cross Roads, Texas 


F. A. Clampitt 


9 


2500 
400 








6. Center Point 


T. G. Randall 


23 








L. AV. Beard 








Willie W. Beard, Vienna, Texas 

W. H. Randale, Haynesville, Pta 

AV. R. Bidges, Tulip, Texas 


L. AV. Beard 




15 

81 1 
18 








F. A. Clampitt 


30 


1000 


30 




.T. F. Spurlock 






B. L. Boydston 








Josiah Driskill, Arcadia, La 

I{. B. Kirkpatrick, Haynesville, La... 
AV. .s. Halstead, Ru.stin P. 0., La 














F. A. Clampitt 


5 
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57 


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25 








B. L. Boydston 








18. Plea.sanl Hill 




W. D. Owen 




24 

28 
125 

10 

311 

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6 
15 


200 
1000 








F. A. Clampitt 


35 






L. W. Beard 




22. Tiu.slev 




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1(10 




23. Terlet". 




T. G. Randall 




































.V. B. Chmiuger, Linden, Texas 

.J. M. Orman, Atlanta, Texas 


AV. S. (ilass 

.1. R. Crawford 








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107 

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(i70 

20 
30 


S6375 

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2500 


65 


2. Atlanta 


45 


3. Oiffceville 


A. S. Laird, Coffecville, Texas 

AV. B. Willis, Daingerlield, Texas 

F. Y. Hall, Marshall, Texas 


T. A'. Dob.son 


10 
2 

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36 

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S. R. Chadick 


1000 
1000 


1 
1 


47 




E. H. Keasler 


21 












.John McDutr, A'iola, Texas 


Y. L. Mel einorc 












7. Uu({hos' Springs 

8. Huttines 


.1. S. McConiiell, llultines, Texas 


T V Diilison 




13 




1 


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10 
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li 
09 


92 
09 
28 
29 
155 
30 
25 
30 


15000 

250(1 

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700 

9400 


1 
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70 




T. I'^. Kennard, LoUKvicw, Texas 

(;. A. Harris, Kelleyville, Texas 

,). M. Coke, Lodi, Texius 

Dr. A. Scars, Marsliall, Texas 

T. (;. AVaunh, Marthasville, Texa.s... 

.1. A. Ricks, Manfield, Texas 

VV. B. Browning, Old Montcroy, Tex 


AVui. B. Allen 


149 


11. Lake City 


AViM.Alien...... !!.... 




12. Lodi 




13. Marshall 


H. F. Bone, D.D 

W ii Bass . . 


105 


14. Marlha-sville 

1.5. New Bethany 

16. Point Monteniy 










Y. L. McLeniore 











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17. imeTree 

IS. Providence 

lit. (iiieen City 

20. .Savannah 

21. .Slate Line 

22. Texarkana 

23. White Sulphur Springs. 



14. Parsons. 

1. Austin 

2. Belknap 

3. Brushery 

4. Boon's Creek 

5. Big Valley 

li. Center Point 

7. Cottonwood 

8. Dillingham 

'.I. (rrindstone 

in. L. L. Valley 

11. Lipan 

12. Long Creek 

i:i. Olive Branch 

14. Pleasant <irove 

1'). Pea.ster 

IC). Spring Creek 

17. Silver Creek 

18. Union 

III. Union Point 

20. Veal's Station 

21. Weatherford 

nev. E. V. Butler... 



\5. Red Oak. 

-Vcton 

Alvarado 

Arlington 

.\valon 

Bethany 

Cleburne 

Chapel Hill 

Deer Creek 

Ferris 

Port Worth 

Forest Hill 

(ieorge's Creek... 

(iood Hope 

(rraiil)ury 

Creenliriar 

Italy 

.Johnson .Station 

.Joshua 

Lisbon 

I^one Star 

.Mansfield 

lothi 

Mission Kidgc 

Nolan's River 

Onion Creek 

I'alnier 

I'isgah 

rhiladelphia 

l!obert,son's .Spring 



S. M. Fisher, Longview, Texas 

G. W. Graham, Grand Cane, La 

H. C. Cabe, Queen City, Texas 

S. D. Durham, Smithland, Texas. ... 

C. W. Dodd, Bright Star. Ark 

M. B. Stokes, Texarkana, Texas 

J. A. Bryan, Jr., Cartright, Texas.... 



C. M. Ziun, Mineral Wells, Texas 

J. M. Patterson, Belknap, Te.xas 

W. H. Lemons, Farmer, Texas 

A. A. Early, Gibtown, Texas 

W. R. McCreary, Buckner, Texas 

G. W. Bullock, Jacksboro, Texas 

J. W. Groves, Farmer, Texas 

.1. H. Spivey, Finis, Texas 

S. P. Newberry, Millsap, Texas 

L. D. Eatherly, Bryson, Texas 

W. A. lies, Lipan, Texas 

.1. A. >Lartin, Center Mills, Texas 

,T. A. Cherry, Brack, Texas 

,T. C. HcCa.skill, Keeter, Texas 

Sterling Hudson, Fremont, Texas 

G. N. Pickard, Weatherford, Texas.. 

C. H. Mathewson, Azle, Te.xas 

W. A. Erwin, Weatherford, Texas.... 

D. J. Files. .Jacksboro, Texas 

W. S. Campbell, Veal's St.ltion.Texas 
I. N. Roach, Weatherford, Te.xas.. 



J. M. McCarty, Acton, Tex 

R. M. Chapman, Alvarado, Tex... 

M. W. Lytle, Arlington, Te.x 

J. M. Parker Avalon, Tex 

Ira Green, Stovall, Tex 

F. A. Foster, Cleburne, Tex 

.J. N. Cummings, Cleburne, Tex.. 

O. I.,. Bailey, Crowley, Tex 

R. <i. Sanders, Ferris, Tex 

N. Harding, Fort Worth, Tex 

C. L. Hanger, Fort Worth, Tex... 



.Midlothian.. 
Mou't Zion. 



•J. M. Elliott, George's Creek, Tex 

H. T. Berry, Granlmry, Tex 

Ed Paul, .\lvarado, Tex 

.J. F. Park, Italy, Tex 

I. J^. Hutcheson, .Johnson's Sta., Tex 

, .Joshua, Tex 

T. M. Goodnight, Lisbon, Tex 

.T. L. McSpaddon, llaiidley, Tex 

R. S. Mann, .Manslii'ld, Tex 

E. R. Alcx:in<kr, .Midlotliian, Tex.. 
li. F. WilcrsiKxin, Midlothian, Tex.. 

.J. W. Lotspcich, llandl. y, Tex 

.J. I^. I-:iliolt, Cleburne, Tex 

W. C. Nerren, Chamber's Creek, Tex 

A. E. Harville, l^almer, Tex 

J. It. Fleming, Waxahachie, Tex. 

J. B. Westbrook, Natlian, Tex 

L. H. Bratton, (irandview, Tex.... 



W. M. Allen 

E. H. Keasler 

Charles Goldbura 

AV. M. Allen ■; 

Y. L. McLemore 
J. R. Crawford.... 
T. V. Dobson 



(r. C. .Spaun 

E. V. Butler 

E. V. Butler 

A. L. McClellan.. 
A. L. McClellan.. 
C. Jl. Eaton 



C. M Eaton 

W. E. Green 

C. M. Eaton 

J. C. Gaston 

A. L. McClellan.. 



A. L. McClellan.... 

G. W. Rushing 

G. W. Rushing 

(r. W. Rushing 

G. W. Rushing 

C. M. liaton 

W. E. Green 

W. G. Templeton. 



W. Piercev 

D. G. Mollov 

J. A. Coker 

S. E. Kennon 



W. C. Rushing.. 
R. L. McElree.. 



.V. S. Havter 

R. M. Tiiinon, D D. 
.J. M. Martin 



W. Piercv 

C. W. Berry... 
S. E. ICennon . 
J. A. Coker.... 
.C. W. Berry... 
A. S. Havter.. 



.J. M. Martin 

E. E. Hendritdv 



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Shiloh 

Sai'dis 

Union Hill 

Ueal 

Vernon 

West Fork 

Waxahatchie 

Rev. Richard W. Lewis. 
Rev. J. M. Martin 



Ifi. Red River. 

Bethel 

Bethel 

Bethany 

Brookston 

Blossom 

Bagwells 

Clarksville 

Center .Springs 

Detroit 

Deijort 

Forest Hill 

Maple .Spring- 

Paris 

Pine Bluff. 

Rockv Ford 

Shiloh 

.Shamrock 

Stone's Chapel 

Sumner 

.Si)rinK Hill 

Union 

Woodland 

Mrs. Caldwell 

Rev. Ben Fuller 

Rev. J. H. McKnijiht.. 
Presbyterial Offer iiig.. 



17. San Jacinto. 

I>odge 

Ehvn..d 

Hopewell 

Oakland 

Prairie Plains 

Trinity 

Waverly 

Wiekson Creek... 
J. A. Freeman 



IS. San Saba. 

Brownwood 

Blanket 

Bee Branch 

Ballinger 

Coleman 

Colorado 

(iuion 

Harmony Hidgc. 

Mercer's'Cap 

New Hope 

Hock Shoals 



S. Reese, Midlothian, Tex 

R. F. ^raytield, Seralvo, Tex 

T. E. Wil.shire, Marystowu, Tex 

J. T. Borders, Boyee, Tex 

B. C. Lancaster, Red Oak, Tex 

S. R. Lasater, Arlington, Tex 

T. J. Middleton, Waxahachie, Tex... 



W. M. Bunch. 
T. B. Criidle.. 
W. Piercv 



.T. M. Yeargan, Mount Joy, Texas... 
Kd. Wilf;on, Fulbright, Texas 



,1. E. Harris, Brookston, Texas 

W. A. Roach, Blossom, Texas 

A. M. Stone, Bagwell, Texas 

William Taylor, Clarksville, Texas.. 
C. P. Littlcjohn, Chicota, Texes 

B. P. Elmore, Detroit, Texas 

James B. Nixon, Deport, Texas 

P. L. New, Honey Grove, Texas 

J. A. Franklin, Bogota, Texas 

T. J. Vaughan, Paris, Texas 

T. J. Jlorris, Paris, Texas 

R. O. Smith, Biards, Texas 

AVm. Fulton. Madras, Texas 

M. C. .Scott', Clarksville, Texas 

Grant Mo.ses, , 

H. H. Hathaway, Eiuberson, Texas. 



Ellis Marshall, Ben Franklin. Texas, 
P. R. Rudolph, Woodland, Texas.... 



J. M. H<ppp('r, Diidge, Texa.s 

B. Tarploy, Mi<hvay, Texas 

W. J. Peters, Cook's Point, Texas.... 
Henry Hing, Monaville, Texas.... 
P. B. BiiokiiuiM, Prairie Plains, Texas 

S. H.inoycuti, Trinity, Texas 

J. D. Cunningham, Waverly, Texas, 
J. A. D. Rol)iuson, Bryan, Texas 



G. S. Howard, Brownwood, Texas.. 
., Blanket, Texas.. 
-, Hlanket, Texas.. 



W. U. Towner, Ballinger, Texas.... 
J. M. Lanea.stcr, Coleman, Texas.. 

H. H. Beyer, Colorado, Texas 

A. C. Alhro, (iuion, Texas 

M. D. Oliver, San Saha, Texas 

E. B. Attcrberry, Blanket, Texas.. 

, San .'<aba, Texa.s 

R. C. Hart, San ."^aba, Texas 



W. M. Bunch 

W. A. Williamson. 
R. W. Lewis: 



J. H. McKnight. 

F. L. Rogers 

J. H. Day 



W. R. Hendrick. 
W. R. Hendrick. 

F. E. Lawler 

P. McCluney 

W. R. Hendrick. 
P. McCluney 



F. L. Rogers 

Chas. Manton 

(t. M. Simpson,.. 

J. H. Dav 

.L H. Day 

P. ^leClunev 

W. R. Heniirick. 



J. H. Day. 



W. R. Edwards 

B. Tari)lev 

J. H. MitVhell. 
J. A. Freeman. 
F. A. Rogan 



J. H. >[itchell 



F. M. 
T. A. 
T. A. 
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E. D. 
W.H. 
J. A. 
W. H 
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.1. (iillilaiul, Faulk, Texas 

T. C. T'lU'keTt, Sherworiil, Texas 

S. H. Shijiley. Christoval, Texas 

Miles Waldriii, Santa Aiiua, Texas.... 
W. T. Cliainberliu, San .'^aba, Texas.. 


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T. J. Red, Wovtham, Texas 


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40 
(i2 
45 
36 
69 


$13250 


191 
41 


2. Blue Kulge 

3 Buffalo 




S 200 




D. A. Lowrance, Bulfalo, Texas 

(t. W. Farnsworth, Armour, Texas... 
H. C. Let\is, Cotton Gin, Texas 


A. W. Paislev 






W. P. (iillespie 


500 
1200 








1 
30 

8 


45 




E. E. Hendrick 






W. B. Raubs, Groesbeek, Texas 

R. T. Posey, Horn Hill, Texas 


2()00 
1000 


5?. 


S Horn Hill 


E. E. Hendrick 






C. C. Cochrell, Jewett, Texas 


.\. W. Paislev 


1() 






E. R. Jones .". 


1500 
1600 


4ft 


11 Mexia 






6 


90 












W .1. Wilkin Oletha, Texas 
















W. A. Watson, Thornton, Texas 

S. iS[. Barnett, Mills, Texas 




5 
24 
25 
3 
2 


17 
50 
185 
47 
35 




1 
1 
4 

1 
1 






A. W. Paislev 


SOU 


41 




S. I). Hartman, Teluiaeana, Texas ... 


.T. W. Pears. lu 

L. C. Collier 


170 




J. N. Darwood, Wortham, Texas 


A. R. Stone 




91 




G W. C Self . 




20. Texas. 


153 


8fiS 


89400 


570 




Dr. Henry Rook, Douglas, Texas 

J. F. Milt<m, Henderson, Texas 

A. .T. :Murphy, DdusUis, Texas... 
A. M. W(i<illy, Overton, Texas 


L. E. Tipps 


























4. Friendship 


(i W C Self 












<i W C Self 




























John A. March, Mt. Enterprise, Tex 

G. W. Fritch, Henderson, Texas 

A. .1. .Mcxander, Hendoisun, Texas.. 

William Craij;, IVrkviUe, Texas 

0. A. Smith, I'ine Hill, Texa.s 

Sam Wallace, Pine Hill, Texas 


L E Tipps 












7 Alt Hn|ie 


T. T. Thornton 














L E Tipps 














I. W. Hill 












10. Pine (irove 




T. T. Thornton 












Kusk 






























12. Sulphur .Springs 

]:i. Overton 


D. S. Wallace, Laneville, Texas 

Harvey McKay, Overton, Texas 














J. S. Norvcll 

I W Hill 
















Twilij,'ht 


















































W. T. Braly, Mixon, Texas 


J. M. Martin 

"j!'M'"Arartin"'!!!!!!!!! 

L. H. Ilolcomb 








1 




21. Trinity. 


95 

1.") 
...„ 


1081 

75 
30 
85 
50 
81 
30 
03 
28 
88 
29 


S.5500 
SI 200 


8R 


2 Bethel 






W. H. Martin, Troupe, Texas 


750 

500 

3000 


2 

1 

i 
1 

i 

1 


65 








B. B. Cannon, .lacksonville, Texas... 

(ieo. Miller, Kickapoo, Texas 

R. D. Bone, Mount .Selman, Texas.... 
Thos. Christian, Brushy Creek, Tex. 

B. 1'. Looney, Rusk, Texas 

.I.J{. Long, Rusk, Texas 


N. A. Davis 


10 
4 

1 


73 




L. IL Holcomh 


35 


7. Larissji 

8. Olive Hram-h 


J. yi. Martin 

(J. F. Harris 

J. M. Martin 


700 
2.50 
1000 
2500 




10. Rusk 


V,. W. C. Self 




43 



1 890.] 



Statistical Tables. 



255 



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84 00 


896 


















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1 70 
































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76 
15 


no 
10 


36 


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3 

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100 

30 

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150 

70 

75 




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16 00 


848 70 
8^5 90 


810 52 


810 10 


831 
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822 70 

87 50 
3 50 

6 25 
1 75 

11 75 
10 50 

7 50 
6 75 

5 50 

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17 00 


3100 

87 


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3 00 

1 00 

10 50 

6 55 


83 00 
1 00 

18 75 
6 55 

23 15 










117 35 
























:j3 75 


3 


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15 


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86 25 


8 00 


822 70 




1000 


18 


1295 95 








231 60 


v 


10 


20 


40 






19 15 

2 50 
8 25 

3 55 
22 00 




42 
3 


241 80 
















89 95 














5 15 
2 50 
22 00 


5 15 

2 50 

21 00 




10 




109 05 




34 
62 


72 
25 


30 

40 






5 95 
10 00 




85 
75 




106 17 




15 




614 


11 95 


96 


110 


998 95 


















































3 




100 

70 

565 




7 00 

1 80 

24 20 


2 60 

3 50 
26 95 


2 65 

3 50 
20 10 




9 
11 
74 


4 50 

5 50 
22 25 






125 75 




30 
240 


5 
30 








7 28 
51 10 






102 58 






30 


23 50 






2461 


3''68 10 






7 00 












15 lo 


94 


4 75 


4 40 




6 50 


4 95 


7 75 


3 


16 


156 50 
















25 


427 


177 


120 


67 


S38 65 


S24.su 


26 95 


Sill 95 


SS9 65 

S 5 60 
1 60 
4 70 
4 90 


3113 85 


897 98 


8207 


8124 67 


81170 


82655 


S7I27 70 

8 5 60 
3 25 




















8 1 65 
4 70 
14 75 
























































So 10 












94 75 
















































11 20 


5 00 
3 80 
2 45 
2 90 

1 00 

2 10 
2 90 












16 20 
3 80 
















































4 25 












6 70 
2 90 












































































5 00 














7 10 
2 90 
















































8 00 
2 15 










































■' 15 


















2 55 


3 80 












6 35 














































2 50 
4 00 














2 nO 
18 40 


















4 ;i.5 


10 0.-) 






























































824 50 










24 50 












































SCIIO 
8100 




817 00 

88 65 


848 90 
$4 55 


855 10 


824 50 




850 00 
83 30 






8885 .50 
8221 .50 


1 


40 


26 




2 






830 


875 




















30 


12 






87 75 


80 




1 00 








3 


5 30 
1 75 
9 80 






97 05 




















53 
25 
25 


15 
15 
20 




5 




200 
(>5 
100 




6 95 






811 00 






817 


244 75 
















65 00 




1 


10 






11 85 
1 50 
7 20 


7 10 
1 50 








6 30 
5 4.5 

8 35 
1 00 


700 




8''5 '>r, 
















8 45 


4 


40 


20 






85 




81 35 






75 


15 


191 90 
























' 





2S6 



Statistical Tables. 



;i89o. 



Name of the 
co-ngregation. 



(.'LEKK OF THK SESSION 
AND POST-OrFICE. 



Pastor. 



_5 o 



6 5^ 



Trinity — Continued. 

11. Keyiiolds 

VI. Salem 

l:'.. San Pedro 

14. riiioii 

1.1. Union Grove 

M. M. Baker 

Reo. J. L. Richards.. 

PreJibyterial Offering.. 



22. Waco.* 

1. Alexander 

2. Cary City 

S. Columbiana 

4. Comanche 

5. Cottonwood 

(). Denton 

7. Meridian 

S. bloody 

•I. Mount Vernon... 

10. Rainey Fork 

11. Kock Church 

12. Stephenville 

!:!. Sweet Home 

14. Sycamore 

lo. Waco 

J. C. Foulks 



23. }Vhite Rock. 

1. Austin 

2. Blackland 

:>. Clear Creek 

4. Corinth 

o. 1st Dallas 

(!. 2d Dallas 

7. Duck Creek 

5. Kim (irove 

!i, Karmer.sville 

0. Farmer 

(iuUirie 

12. McKlnney 

i:;. McMinn's Chapel. 

14. .Melissa 

l.'i. Me-i<|uite 

li;. New Liberty 

17. riaiio 

Is. I'leasant Valley.... 

Kichard.son 

I'.i. Rock Wall 

20. H<.ysc 

21. Sister (irove 

22. Trinity 

'2;i. Valley View 

24. Walnut <irove 

2.I. Weston 



II 



.lacksiinvillo, Texas. 

.T. K. LouK. Ru.sk, Texas 

Frank Faris, Grapeland, Texas 

Jno. Dalby, Lone Star, Texas 

J. F. Pattou, .Tacksonville, "."exas... 



(i. W. C. Self... 
D. S. ( rawford. 



L. H. Holcomb. 



T. F. Wilson, McLendon, Texas. 
A. Kale, Fate, Texas 



R. S. Sneed, Engleman. Texas 

.1. G. Street, Dallas, Texas 

.T. C. Beeker, Dallas. Texas 

(.'. K. Malone, Ricliard.scn, Texas 

.T. D. lilakely Sedalia, Texas 

P. A. IHjwleu, Farmersville, Texas., 



J. C. Harris, Garland, Texas 

H. S. Seay, McKinney, Texas , 

D. K. Allison, Farmersville, Texas... 

P. H. Hateman, Melissa, Texas 

J. (,'. Rugel, Mesquite, Texas 

.1. T. Hartman, Farmersville, Texas. 

A. P.. Skiles, Planci, Texas 

W. A. .T. McCollum, Plea.sant Valley 



D. H. Parsons, Rockwall, Texas.. 
.1. R. Dehouey, Royse, Texas 



C. H. Blewett, Richardson, Texas.. 



W. A. Rhea, Rhea's Mills, Texas. 
Lee Wilson, Weston, Texas 



.1. A. Hornbeak.. 
.1. A. Hornbeak.. 



H. N. Coolev.. 
W. B. Farr.".... 
R. B. Oliver... 
Jno. Collier.., 
C. N. .larrell . 
J. M. Brooks., 



Silas Perkins.... 
J. A. Hornbeak. 
M. V. Hrockett.. 



8. M. Tenii)let 


on 


in 


L. A. Duiilap 




•'1 




,s 



S. M. Templeton . 



L. A. Dunlap. 
B.'il Huiitcr!! 



S20U 



800 



S10900 



J 600 

10000 

10000 

1500 

1000 

3000 



.WOO 
1000 

\m 

1000 



1250 
1800 



30 
140 
65 



125 
97 



... 765 



' No report from Stated Clerk. 



1890.] 



Statistical Tables. 



257 



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2 




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7 70 

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2 25 






89 95 


























1 00 
































2 .50 






















320 65 










20 65 
















• 


















5 


248 


118 


1 


21 


S7 75 


S785 




S53 45 


313 65 


SI 35 


3.3I 65 


33.3 


346 80 


3850 


332 


318.54 65 




S3 95 


3 3 95 

























31 75 










1 75 


















$2 95 














2 95 


















8 35 


36 35 














14 70 
















7 25 
5 30 
7 45 














7 25 
































5 30 
















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3 45 


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24 55 


























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3 01. 

4 80 




8 00 
10 00 












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5 85 


7 00 












16 35 
















2 50 












2 50 
















20 00 


6 75 




6 00 










32 75 


















1 00 












1 00 


















































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828 85 


37 75 










3169 75 


































1 




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3 41 25 






































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8 




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1425 

3900 

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100 

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75 00 




175 
50 

■"22 
40 


50 

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20 


100 
35 






10 30 
10 00 
10 20 
3 00 
5 60 




ifi'2 30 
3 30 
7 75 


37 75 


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3481 
44 
15 


1986 15 


4 


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20 4 60 


37000 

10 

665 

121 


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20 67 


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9 80 
6 15 
10 00 


S^M 42 






3 00 




777 15 


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15 


7 


5 00 


9 50 


7 1 


13 30 


75 




696 40 






















200 
775 
100 
100 
175 












2 
94 
2 
5 
18 


2 30 
7 00 

3 .50 
3 .50 
5 00 






204 30 


7 


20 


30 


30 


13 


7 50 


5 00 


15 .50 


9 25 


18 85 
3 10 


12 50 


53 


100 


1097 60 
113 60 










2 
15 


7 00 












4 


119 50 


10 


30 


34 


20 


5 25 


16 10 


5 75 


5 25 




.50 


280 35 














60 
50 


30 

50 


100 


20 
14 




2.50 
300 




3 85 






7 25 




3 00 


277 
350 


14 


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4 












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15 15 

10 00 














15 15 














10( 


3 00 


6 00 


3 50 












122 50 










































































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2 95 


12 75 










18 95 
































58 


20 




13 


7 10 


370 




13 2S 
2 00 








42 


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171 


614 35 














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505 


29y 


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123 


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330 .">C 


S»)4 


374 22 


3138 


381 60 


3.H.52r 


38:<4 


315037 32 



17 



258 



SrXDAY-SCHOOL SUPERIXTEXDEXTS. 



;i890. 



SUNDAY-SCHOOL SDPERLNTENDEiMS. 



The miiiilicr lieforo the name shows the (VinaiHcratioii in wliiili the iicrsoii is Sii|ieiiiiteiiclent. 
(See previous Statistiial TalilesK 



3. 


T. J. 


4. 


S.J. 


9. 


F. >r. 


1(1. 


K. A. 


12. 


D. II 


14. 


.T. P. 


15. 


J. AV 


18. 


I. W. 


19. 


.T. T. 


20. 


C. W 


23. 


B. A. 


24. 


W. G 


2.5. 


L. W 


2(5. 


.1. C. 


2". 


X. W 


h'. 


.1. T. 



Synod ok At..viiam.\. 



1. Alfthaiiiit Pri'shytery. 



(ri'een, Brock's (iap, Ala. 
Eviiis, C'alera, Ala. 
. Piinaway, Lainisoii, .Ma. 
. lliekiiian, (ireen Pond, Ala. 
. Fulton, Siluria, Ala. 
Allen, .leinison. Ala. 
. (ia.ston, Paris, Ala. 
. .lohnson, Ilisfhland, Ala. 
Sellers, Birniinrrhaiii, Ala. 
. Steele, Sliek, Ala. 
. Kiz/iiih, Vances, Ala. 
\. .Tones, Koekv Hidse. Ala. 
. Caldwell, .^ehiia, Ala. 
Triieks, Six Mile. -Ma. 
'. Ahbott, Calera, Ala. 
("rider, Vance, Ala. 



FInriila — Sn report. 



3. yfcGready — A'o report. 



4. Rolierl DniincJl. 



.James W. Moore, Minor.sville, .\la. 

.John M. Ru.ssell, Athens, Ala. 

James I'". Morris, Mavsville, Ala. 

J. E. Blain, liiplev, Ala. 

J. I). Holt, K. V. Neeley, and Shirley B. 

Hunlie, (iiiritersville, Ala. 
Rev. v.. .[. i^tockton, Parks' ."<torc, .Via. 
W. T. Roberts, (inrley'.s, Ala. 
W. S. .MspaiiKli, Prineeton, .\la. 
\V. R. Walker, I'levna, .\la. 
Thomas II VNiide, lliuitsville. .\la. 
Wm. Baty, Larkinsville, Ala. 
W. M. (iross, T. Boyd Foster, and Linnie 

Foster, Stevenson ,'.\ la. 
W. A. Miller, lladen. .Ma. 
.1. H. Tindall, .Meridianville, Ala. 
.S. L. .lohnsoii, Madison Cross Roads, Ala. 
I». I.iiiseonitie, New .Market, .\la. 
O. II. .\Iahona, lOlkmont, .\la. 
A. II. ( olley, .<eotlslioro, Ala. 
Charlev Ilerrin, Berklev, Ala. 
Mrs. A. M. Taylor, Hazel (Jreen, Ala. 



.5. Sprhi^rille. 



1. N. B. Spradley, Ashville. Ala. 

2. Wm. Holmes, Argo, Ala. 

4. T. J. Mc(_'uen, Murphree's Valley, Ala. 

o. R. (Jldham, Proctor, Ala. 

(!. (t. S. Stewart, Kiriningham, Ala. 

7. J. W. Farley, Bridgeton. Ala. 

8. Wm. I-'razIer, Branchville Ala. 
ii. J. W. Huie, Bloiintsville, Ala. 

10. F. E. Peaver, Little Warrior, Ala. 

11. .Tas. Barnum, Chepiiltepec. Ala. 

12. Wra. Loveless, Birmingham, Ala. 
V'<. Thos. Warrie, Bailevton, Ala. 

14. A. H. Williams, Hnttman, Ala. 

16. J. H. Milner, Leed.s, Ala. 

17. E. B. Sims Ayres, Ala. 

18. L. T. Rasco, Etha, Ala. 

lit. Jesse Self, (iurley's Creek, Ala. 

2(1. Robert ."sinis, Triussville, Ala. 

2.5. \V. ^y. Hill, Blount .-springs, Ala. 

2(i. J. W. Elleiibauyh, Mount I'inson, Ala.. 

27. A. W. Woodall, Springville, Ala. 

28. H. L. Martin, .^ummit, Ala. 

29. C. C. Deavers, Adville, Ala. 

30. .Samuel Spakes, Irondale, Ala. 



0. Talladega. 



1. S. A. Ru.ssell, Anniston, .\la. 
.'!. Henry Small, Collinsville, Ala. 
U. A. F.Paviie. Fort I'avne, Ala. 

12. R. A. D.'Dunlap, (iadsden, Ala. 

13. R. .^. Hudson, (iavlesville, Ala. 
21. \\. H. McReynokis Hurley, Ala. 
23. M. S. Brown, Sulphur .'Springs, Ala.. 



.SVN(lI) UF .\l!K.\NSAS 



1. Arha n.m.i Pre.ihytrni. 



2. .S F. Stuhl, BentonviPe, Ark. 

->. R. P. Harrison, Hubard, Ark. 

C. I. A. Buchanan, Booiisboro, Ark. 

7. .lohn (J. .'^milh. CinciMiiati. .\rk. 

.H. F. M. Bralv, Clvde, .\rk. 

10. J. F. Harri.son, Favetteville, Ark. 

11. Robert Curtis, Statlcr, Ark. 

12. H. I>. Wood, Favetteville, Ark. 



1890.] 



Sunday-School Superintendents. 



259 



14. J. W. Williams, l^.wfll, Ark. 
10. H. .S. \Vo<k1s, IVa Kill;.'!', Ark. 

17. W. E. Cherrv, Kavetlfvillc, Ark. 

18. VVilliaiu KitUl, Morrow. Ark. 

24. ,T. L>. lierry, Ozark, Ark. 

25. H. A. Nickell, Ozark, Ark. 

29. H. J. Itowell, Fa>'t'ttevillc'. Ark. 

30. A. K. Aiulrews, Booii.slioro, Ark. 

31. P. R. Bates, .Sexton, Ark. 

32. N. B. Moore, Siloaiii SI)riIl^s, .\rk. 

33. J. S. Crawford, Southw<'si City, Mo. 

36. Ben Decherd, Van Buren. .\rk. 

37. P. H. SJcott, Ozark, Ark. 

39. H. P. .Sloan, Pitki)i, Ark. 

40. S. X. (arnahan, Bentonville, .\rk. 

41. Williaiii M(]rtnn, I'arriiiiijf'on, .Vrk. 



17. J. A. Oass, Hausoni, Ark 

1?. .Samuel Congo, I'evtonviik','Ark. 

19. J. T. Wright, Ark; delpliia. Ark. 

20. W. A. Ha'tlev, I'n-.s.ctt. Ark. 

21. S. A. Allen, Washington, Ark. 
23. W. I'. Wallis. I'.arker, Ark. < 



(*. OiMihila. 



1. J. J. Moodv, Mount Ilollv, Ark. 
\ 2. G. H. .Smith, Mount Holly, Ark. 

7. Davie Brvau, Caniden, Ark. 
11. R. W. Ro"bin.son, Buckiier, Ark. 
! 13. .1. .s. Marlar, Ro.s-ston. Ark. 
I \n. .1. I>. .lohnson, Waldo. Ark. 



Bililhnlnii 



1. W. C. H.>wington. Brook-, Ark. 

2. J. A. Wadilell, Ain, Ark. 



'.I. Si any. 



14. 1). 1.. Bourland, Little Koik, Ark. 

15. A. Russell, Cabot, Ark. 
24. W. K. Fisher, Beehe, Ark. 



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C. 



. r. M<Criglil, BrinkUy, Ark. 

H. A. .skijinor. Cypress Ridge, Ark. 

. L. Branhani, Nolton, Ark. 

C. Kelso. Forrest City, Ark. 
r. Biid, (iray's. Ark. 

W. Kennard, .loneslioro. Ark. 

C. Davison, Marvell, Ark. 

H. New, (lak Forrest, Ark. 

V. ^^ulcer, Palestine, Ark. 

N. Venahle, Poplar (irove, Ark. 

M. B. Cox, Rector, Ark. 



4. Cheiok^ 



3. D. K. Brvant, Cliniitiaii, 1. T. 

4. J. H. Harris, I'rvor Creek, I. T. 

0. Mrs. .s. .S. Phelps, Chouteau, I. T. 
11. A. F. Cowan, Riverside. I. T. 
13. R. C. Parks, Wagoner, I. T. 



Eitiiig (Ark.) — Xo report. 



(1. King. 



1. W. 11. Li.gan, Kullv < halia. I. T. 
11. L. 1>. Middleton, Fort Smith. Ark. 

31. J. L. Porter. I'oteau Switch, 1. T. 

32. fieo. H. Oliarr, Ceeil, Ark. 



MoiiihI Prairie. 



T^. J. F'air, Cove, Ark. 

8. W. <;. Wellborn, Ben Lomond, Ark. 

9. J. W. Spradlin. Alpine, Ark. 
11. W. AV. Sossamon, ' I earn. Ark. 



1."). J. I'. Millme, Nashv 



leshurg 
rille, A 



rk. 



in. Washiiigloii. 



S. ,Ino. I). Tv.son, Ihu-ri.son, Ark. 
10. .1. R. Berry, Huntsville, Ark. 



11. m,il^ Kivir. 



2. .s. M. Me.spadden, Barren Fork, Ark. 

3. I). M. < oliiuan, Sidney, .\rk. 

4. D. C. Bradshaw, Laeros.se, Ark. 

G. J. C. Leviesay, Mountain View, .\rk. 
10. Abner .Stewart, Jamestown, .\rk. 
12. .1. L. Carter, Livingston, Ark. 

14. J. F. Wiles, Sidnev, Ark. 

15. R. M. Hatfks, Mount Olive, Ark. 

17. .1. F. MeNealev, Barren 1". rk. Ark. 

18. (L W. Hunter; Mitehell, Ark. 
21. T. J. Bowers, (iravham, Ark. 
25. W. R. Haden, Optimus, Ark. 
27. W. K. Kvans, Amos. Ark. 



SVNol) OK I l.l.lNi 



1. Alliiim I're.shytery. 



1. Charles Finnier.son, .Mbion, 111. 

2. James Morrison, Burnt I'raiiie, III. 

3. C. A. C. Turner, Crossville, 111. 

4. James .Tordan, Kntield, III. 

5. Joseph Simp.son, Burnt I'rairie, HI. 
0. Mrs. L. R. Alexander, Fairlield, HI. 

7. M. T. Broekett, (iravville. 111. 

8. Henrv W.ulev. Fairtield, HI. 

9. ¥.. Hedriek. VVviioose, Wavne Co., H 
11. J. C. MeCracken, Mount Krie, HI. 
Iti. James Dryden, Enfield. HI. 



26o Suxday-S:hool Supb^rintexdexts. 

2. Deciittir. 5 I !:."ii.< 



[1890. 



1. M. 1.. Vaughn, Beth.mv, 111. 
•2. A. L. Mier, Boodv, 111. 
3. D. Mc. Rihor, Blue Mound, III. 
6. E. S. Willhoit, Cisco, 111. 
S. J. M. BresL'c, Trilla, 111. 

10. M. E. Coopur, Mavlin.svillo, 111. 

11. J. ft. McUaughev, Mount Zion, 111. 

12. Samuel Puiih - Boodv, III. 

13. C. W. Cloud, I) ilton City, 111. 

14. Clavton .Muklov. Sangamon, 111. 

15. Joseph Bailirf, We.'^t York, 111. 

16. J. C. Tcnney, .Mleuville, 111. 

17. Henry Allison, Lerner. 111. 

18. Banard ftoken, Cisco, 111. ' 

19. Jerome Co.>c, Mount Zion. 111. 

20. J. \V. Baker, Janesville, 111. 

21. V. ft. Neal, Diana, III. ^ 

22. Jam->s Clark. Neoj;a, III. 



/?/,'.'r7t///.' 



1. H. S. Martin, Norris Citv, III. 

5. J. T. Kincholo, Rilevville. 111. 

6. R. P. .lonos, ftalatia. 111. 

7. C. C. Wilgus, Harrisburg, 111. 

8. H. T. .Shiin, ftoss-tt, I I. 

y. W. Ct. Honson, Waipole, 111. 

10. J. W. Sutton, Long Branch, 111. 

11. A. M. Anderson, West Knd, 111. 
14. L. D. Martin Marion, 111. 

1.5. E. Clarida, Crah Orchard, 111. 

16. J. A. Tarrant, Norris City, 111. 

17. A. 51. Wilson, McLcansboro, III. 

21. B. F. De Board. Norris City, 111. 

22. (t. C. Boyd, Cottonwood, 111. 

24. Benjamin Kinsall, Omaha. '111. 

25. Z. W. Young, Broughton, 111. 

27. Wm. Mitchdl, Sliawnect(twn, I! 

28. J. II. Hemphill, Itidgvvav, III. 

29. Charles Cook, Omaha, III 

30. Wm. Welch, Norris Citv, 111. 

31. Robert Harris. New Haven, 111. 
.32. James L. Welch, lioland. 111. 



■:. Foster. 



1. Kebeeea'A. Ferris, .\shniore. 111. 

2. J. C. Thompson, Huniriek, III. 

3. .lohn F. McCoy, Danville, 111. 

4. Eli Dains, Pho'nix, 111. 

5. W. Burroughs. Fairinount, 111. 

(). Miss Alcy Whitlock, (Jcorgetown, I'l. 

7. Mrs. Clara (iillogly, .\llerton. 111. 

8. I,ot Heid, (Jeorgetown, 111. 
'.I. Willie Wilson, .Mattoon, 111. 

10. William Shector, (ieorgetown. 111. 

11. M. E. Snid.dl, U>xa, III. 

12. Mr.s. Ella .Moore, Newman, III. 

13. B. ft. Forsvth, Oakland, 111. 
11. John Lee, Homer, 111. 

l."). W. S. Douglas, Catlin, 111. 
IG. John T. Taylor, Rardin, 111. 

18. Thomas Lewis, fteorgetown. 111. 

19. J. S. Jackson, .Sidell, III. 

20. Porter R. Barnes, .\shmore. 111. 

21. W. M. Mcintosh, ftavs. 111. 

22. W. E. Worsham, Rardin. 111. 

23. R. W. Lockett, WestviUe, 111. 

24. J. C. Jones, Ridge Farm. III. 



1. ,Toe M. Biker, Golconda, 111. 

2. C. T. Wells, Wool P. O., 111. 

3. T. J. Utlv, Vienna, 111. 

7. ft. H. Rendleman, Lick Creek, 11" 

10. J. \V. Shirp, Unionville, 111. 

11. Henry Williams, Bu!icomb, 111. 

15. A. J.Shdl, Karb?r's Kidg,', 111. 

16. Mrs. A. J. King. Eddvvillo, 111. 
19. F. L. Sutherland, Croleo id 1, 111. 
21. George Hatterman. Auni, 111. 



0. Maclnmiw. 



1. I. S. Chenoweth, Atlanta, 111. 

2. Lizzie Hamerton, Beason 111. 

3. John W. Haas, B-ason, 111. 

5. J. T. McClure. (Hbson Citv, 111. 

7. A. W. Deffenbaugh, ftrin'd P.idge. II!. 

8. E. T. Crendortf, Hop 'dale. III. 
10. J. (r. Rutledge, Le Rov, 111. 
U. ft. J. Bergen, Lincoln, 111. 

12. Mary Ward, .Midland City. 111. 

13. John Armstrong, .Stanford, HI. 

14. Andrew Cook, Danvers, 111. 

16. Richard Powers, Hartsburg, 111. 

17. J. T. Bess, Lilly, 111. 



. C. Irwin, luka, 111. 
S. Burdich. Farina. 111. 

B. fterird. Sh >b uiier, HI. 

C. Beand, Kinmundy, 111. 
R. P. Hopper, Spring (Jard"n. l!l. 

D. Settles, .Spring ftardeu. 111. 
. T. Hcnstis, Loogoote.', III. 

W. Eaglin, Pat .'ka. 111. 

R. Pace, Salem, HI. 

W. Hathwa, Vernon, 111. 



8. RiishviUe. 



1. A. B. Welch, Colchester, 111. 

2. W. R. Alli.son, (iood Ho|k\ H 
4. Thomas Harris, ftoVlen. 111. 

6. H. A. Rost, .Maeomb, 111. 

7. Wm. Bovd. Itos.'ville, 111. 

9. Robt. Hinds, Eigg.sville, 111. 

10. J. J. Bowles. Vcnnaut, 111. 

11. J. F. Sawyer, Industry, 111. 



9. Sangitmon. 



1. B. L. Kes.sler, Auburn, HI. 

2. R. C. Pan tier, Petersburg, HI. 

3. J. R. Bell, Fayette, 111. 

5. Mrs. Samuel Elv, Fancy Praiiie, 111. 

6. J. E. Blair, ftirArd, 111." 

7. W. J. Blain, ftreenview. 111. 

8. Henry Oleson, I'aiicv Prairie, 111, 

11. .Tohn"Buckhs, Newbern, 111. 

12. Charles Maigold, N'W Holland, PI. 

13. T. J. Briggs, Ottorville, Til. 



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SuNDAY-ScHOOi^ Superintendent; 



261 



14. .1. \V. Chilfs, l^iiliiiviv, 111. 

15. .J. L. Drake, Petorsl'mig. 111. 

16. W. II. H. Harris, AVi.virlv, 111. 

17. R. K. Hone, I.ovd, 11!. 

18. J. ('. Starkoy, Kondliouse, 111. 
1<>. Williain Koid, ( haiKllerville, lU. 
20. H. .1. Cauiiibell. .hiies. HI. 

22. J. (i. Park, New He rliii, 111. 

23. H. A. Stevens, Spriiigtiekl, III. 

24. ,1. T. Dreniiaii, < Imthaui. 111. 
•26. G. F. IlilliK. ViiKiniii, 111. 



■■i.llWnhash. 



11. F. .!.'( liristie.lJaiMillc, liid. 

12. Mav Wi.M luart. New Wiiiilesu-r, Iii«i. 

13. C. H. Tl). iiii)S(,ii, Howard, lud. 

14. W. F. .Shelatn, Cayiijja, Iiid. 

1(5. Iladlev. New. \Viiu-liP>ster, Ind. 

18. H. E. Ti.d.i, Franklin, Ind. 



10. Vuiidulia. 



T. H. I'errin, AlKni, 111. 

J. A. Miller, Bethalto, HI. 

L. B. Fruit, F'niit, HI. 

H. C. Hawkins, iJcinnillson, HI. 

Geo. P. Herrington, Edinburg, HI. 

Cha.s. 15. McKinnev, Irving. HI. 

Chas. M. Ik'lk, Lihertv Prairie, 111. 

N. A. Hughev,(;reenville, 111. 

C. W. Kincuid, M;.ttoon, 111. 

(Jeorge Moore, Colleen, III. 

A. H. .Jacksou, (ireenville, HI. 

S. 1). Garber, Palmer, Hi. 

I. H. Dennv, .Sorento. HI. 

(t. W. Vaughn, Sullivan, 111, 

Samuel Anderson, 'ravlorville. III. 

Alex. T. Strange, Wa'lsliviUe, HI. 

J. W. W. Brown, AVindsor, lU. 

Ernest Best, Witt, III. 



SV.NUIJ OK IND1.\NA. 



1. IiuHumi 1're.sbyteri/. 



L. P. Habgood, Owensville, Ind. 
Miltou McRoberls, Fnion. Ind. 
J. C. McCIurkin, Evansville, Ind. 
J. G. Barrow.s, Evansville, Ind. 
John \V. Sides, Fort Braneh, Hid. 
R. I. t'olenian, Hazleton, Ind. 

Mrs. Merritt, Evansville, Ind. 

Wni. T. MeC'lure, Vineennes, Ind. 

A. J. Calvert, Cynthiana, Inil. 

F^mny S. ,Iohiison, Newbiirgh, Ind. 

Mrs. -Si. C. Crawford, Oakland Citv, Ind. 

W. J. Hall, Pat.ika, Ind. 

R. R. Kinie, Peierslmrgli, Ind. 

•T. W. Kurtz, Prineeton, Hid. 

Bradway Thonijisoii, Vineennes, Ind. 



2. Mingiiii. 



1. I. H. Myers, Hale, Ind. 

2. .1. H. hook, Ellettsville, lud. 

3. T. M. Ryan, Bloonitield, lud. 

4. Miss Lou Bennett, Harrodsburg, Ind. 

5. S. H. Rjigsdalc, Wa.sbinuton. Ind. 

6. J. R. Steen, (ilendale, Iini. 



-Y.voi) OK Iowa. 



1. Cnkslunj Preslptery. 



3.'B. ('ont'are. Maxwell, Iowa. 

4.. Samuel Reed McCallsburg, Iowa. 

G. 'William Hubhell, Waukoii, Iowa. 



2. lawa. 



1. Isaac (lark, Mount Hnniil, Iowa. 

2. William Kerr, Donnellson, Iowa. 
4. M. E. Vaniiice. Zero, Iowa. 

.5. Jliss I^ena Henry, West Grove, Iowa. 

7. W. J. .lohnson, Moravia, Iowa. 

8. J. .1. Ritrgs, Newbern, Iowa. 

10. .J. I). Miller, Plea.sant (Jrove, Iowa. 



:{. Wis' Icwa. 



W. H. Mcl-iiin, Imigene. Iiwa. 
P. M.JMcClelland, Bn^oks, Iowa. 



SvNiiD OK Kansas. 



1. Alchisoji Preshytery. 



2. .1. W. Aikin.son, Perry. Kans. 

;!. Charles M. Tabler, Maywodd, Kans. 

4. Mrs. ,1. M. Triiuble, .Uehison. Kans. 

.5. J. B. LiHville, I.oweniont, Kans. 

(5. Miss Tina Tobin (See.), IHghland, Kan: 



Edeii. 



4. I- < . 1 ytte, (iarden ('ily, Kans. 
7. C. R. A"lli)hin, Leoti, Kans. 
10. B. 1>. (Hlle.spie, Seott Cilv, Kans. 



262 



Sunday-School Superintendents. 



[1890. 



1. A. Kushiier, Paola, Kans.^ 

4. W. M. Duc'kett, R'^st, Kaiis.'l 

0. B. Cannien (Methodist), Pa )la, Kans 

(>. (t. W. Crawford, Fredmiia, ICaiis. 

7. A. L. Shivlev, Fort Scutt. Kans. 

9. J. L. Officer, Hillsdale, Kans. 

11. William Spencer, Fall River, Kans. 

IS. (Jeorge Riley, Paola, Kans. 

15. E. L. I)iiul>ar, Fredonia, Kans. 

17. A. E. (iever, Pomona, Kans. 

18. W. H. Liicas, Rantoul, Kans. 
21. N. D. Johnson, Tojieka, Kans. 



4. Repnbllcim VnUpy. 



1. S. M. Mahard, Narka, Kans. 

2. VV. H. Burgess, Agenda, Kans. 
*3. L. E. Kerhaugh, Superior, Neb. 

4. W. W. Kenipton, Concordia, Kans. 

.3. Elizabeth Ahranis, Sui)erior, Neb. 
Ni. Joseph Thompson, Belleville, Kans. 
1,7. A. C. ICppler, Belleville, Kans. 



Ro ■L-i/ Monilaiii. 



1. .lohn W. Rogers, Canon Citv, Col. 
4. Taylor (ireen, Elbert, Col. " 
(). D. B. Dalzell, Sterling, Col. 



C. Wood, Anson, Kans. 

A. G. Davis, Benton, Kans. 
Levi Thrailkill, Caldwell, Kans. 

S. H. Cr)rriber, Crystal S|)rings, Kans 

B. B. Rice, Corwin, Kans. 

F. N. llayter, Autliony, Kans. 
Henry Allerdy, Hazleton, Kans. 

Hurshinan, Augusta, Kan.s. 

James Bramm, Scnith Haven, Kans. 
A. B. Mackev, Burden, Kans. 
K. I- Trousdale, Waterloo. Kans. 
T. P. Bone, Wellington, Kans. 



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IK Ki:NTr< KV. 



ael Slianks, ICarle, Ky. 

Wil.son, Cascyville, Ky. 

Blake, WilsiJn Station. Ky. 

llendrick.s, Breman, Ky. 

• m'o.ss, Dawson, Ky. 

. Severin, Dixon, Ky. 
Howard, (ireenville, Ky. 



13. Ned Campbell, Hcnd mso;i. Kv. 

14. H. W. Dicks, Dallou lUuioni.'Ky. 
lo. Rev. S. D. Logan, Ma lisonvillc, Kv. 
l(i. R. T. Teague, White Plains, Ky. 

17. .T. W. Lamb, Sturgis, Ky. 

22. Joseph Holiinson, Hubliardsville, Ky. 

21. J. C. Tapp. I'r..vidence. Ky. 



2. Ciiiiiberliind. 



2. J. T. Sandidge, Crail Hope, Ky. 

'A. .r. v. Uohoney, Columbia, Ky! 

5. P. J. Nunn, Marrowlione, Ky. 

il. Frank Corlev, Monticello, Kv. 
10. Jas. Atchlev, Burdick, Ky. ' 
13. J. H. Broady, Slick Rock," Ky. 

19. C'aroll (iarrett, ICdmouton, Kv. 

20. Dutt. Neal, Glasgow, Kv. 

21. Thos. Rowe, Sparksville, Kv. 

22. C. F. Kinuett, Horseshoe Bottom. Kv 

23. T. F. Collins, Crocus, Ky. 

2o. ,1. A. Wilson, Sumnierville, Ky. 

29. J. M. (lore, Monroe, Ky. 

31. J. J. Henrv, (ireensburg. Kv. 



3. T. E. Thompson, Elkton, Ky. 

4. Thomas .roluer, La Fayette, Ky. 

5. L. M. Johnston, Fairview, Kv. 
(). B. F. (rough, (ionlonsville Ky. 

7. Jas. P. Biaden, Hopkinsville, Ky. 

8. W. A. Bibb, (union) Keysburg, Ky. 

9. H. C. Young, New Providence, Tenn. 
14. U. S. Carter, Bennettstown, Ky. 



1. h'eiiliKliij. 



1. Geo. Bouta, Nevada, Kv. 

3. W. I. Moore, Danville, Ky, 

4. .T. T. Hinds, Lavee, Ky. 

i). T. N. Gilliaiu, McBraver. Kv. 

6. M. W. Ncal, Lr.uisviire, Kv.' 

13. P.. W. Tanner, Winchester. Kv. 



.i. Lriyait. 



1. H. P. McCoruiick, .\uburn, Kv. 

2. .1. M. Copeland. .\ddervillc, K>, 

3. .Joe I), Smith. Howling (irccn. Kv. 
ti. P. S. Campbell. Homer, Kv. 

9. J. T. Perrv. Uussellvi le, Kv. 

13. S. Y. Hutcheson. Cave Hill', Kv. 

14. G. E. Egli, I'rankliu, Ky. 
If). .\ni bier (Ireen, (iasper, Ky. 

19. >L W. Kuykendall, Sugar (Jrove. Ky. 

21. T. P. Dance, Lewisburg, Ky, 

22. W, l^uescnberry, Bristow, Ky. 

23. (i. W. (Juinn, .Morgantown, Kv. 
26. M. C. John.soii, Uusscllvillc, Ky. 

30. Maben Sl.iss, South Cnion. Kv, 

31. .1. B. Andrews, Rockticl.l, Kv! 

34. Jnr). G. (Irndorir, Knsscllvillr. Kv, 
3.5. VV. H. Brcedlovc, liapids, Kv. 
3fi. M. E, Orndortr, .Scli..choh, Ky. " 
37. E. <;. Wileoxson, Smith's (irove. Ky. 



.1890.] 



Sunday-school vSuphrixtexdexts. 



J63 



:W. J. T. Siuith, I'.irli I'o-.nl, Kv. 

40. L. J. Kirl.v, U'.iodlnirii. Kv. 

41. K. .1. McKiun jv. W'oodbuiv, Kv. 



(1. Mai/field. 



'1. .1. U. B ivd, .Swan, Kv. 

'2. !•;. T. LaUa, Water \'alley, Ky. 

:t. J. H. Buchanan, Livi'lacevillc. Kv. 

.i. .1. M. Pluiulc', WiuK'), Ky. 
^0. J. T. Cunniiigluini, IJukcdoni, Tcnn. 
"a. G. A. Mmris'in, Padueah. Kv. 

9. Dick Dod.son, Win-jo, Kv. 
10. K. \V. ICdwaids, \\"inj;o, Kv. 
.12. L. B. AndiTsi.n, Maytield, Ky. 
l;i. J. P. Martin, .Sijriiigliill, Tcnn. 

14. Morrill & Jewell, I.owes, Ky. 

15. J. J. (Jardiii'i-, Water Valley, Ky. 

17. A. ('. Warner, Massack, Kv. 

18. Kobl. Rudoli.h, Sharp, Ky'. 

It). C. IJ. Ander.i(in. Wade.sbi)r.i, Kv. 

20. S. W. H')l)is(.n. Murray, Ky. 

21. Baxter Ivuvkendall, Palnia. Kv. 

22. .1. (i. Miller, Padueah, Kv. 

23. Felix Hud.ilph, Ogden's Landing, Ky. 

24. W. T. Millburn. Prvorsburg, Kv. 
2.">. J. II. Cialbreath, Maytidd, Ky." 
2i). K. A. King, Wingo, Kv. 

28. W. P. Burnett, Kult.m, Kv. 
:?0. Ed KUiott, Mahon, Ky. 



7. Solin. 



12. George, A. Campbell, Millw(Hi<l, Kv. 

22. J. B. West, Bullalo. Ky. 

24. J. T. Arnirs, Shrewsliury. Ky. 



1. W. J. Galloway, Cleopatra, Ky. 

2. Sam, Calhoon,">Sorgho, Kv. 
:H. W. C. Bennett, Beda, Kv. 

r>. H. V. WinkliM', llaynesville, Ky. 

7. Wm. Milligan. llarllord, Ky. 

8. Monroe Winklei'. ICnsor, Ky. 
!». .lames Martin, (Jlennville, Ky. 

10. U. .Sapi>. Patesville, Ky. 

11. Philander Bead, Owensboro, Ky. 

12. Mrs. Lizzie Oldham, Owensboro, Ky. 



!l. PriiiceloH. 



2. Jerrv C. Collins, Casevville, Ky. 

3. C. A'. Wils.Hi, Crider, Ky. 

."). II. 1). <;ivens, Tradewater, Kv. 

(i. 1». W. 1». Mn.ire. I'red.mia, Kv. 
10. I.. B. Thurmond, Blaekli.rd, Ky. 
1:5. I. V. Threlkeld. l.evias. Ky. 
1.1. n. P. Jae lbs, Crayneville, Ky. 
Iti. W. A. .lames, Princeton, Ky. 
.17. A. .\. l>el>oe, Marion. Ky. 



.SVNOD OK MlsSISSIfl'l 



1 . Be'l Pre.ibij1i'ry—Nii r.ep'u-l. 



2. MUaissipjn. 



.5.'I). W. Russell, Edenburg. Miss. 
10. W. .1. Nicholson, Dixon, Miss. 
23. ^W. H. Chenaiilt, Smyrna. Miss. 



:i Xeir Hnjif 



2. .). W. McKellar, Columbus, Miss. 

:i. .1. F. Parks, Brooksville, .\lis-i. 

7. A. L. Myers, Caledonia, Miss. 

s. .lames iiaston, Columbus, Miss. 
l.T. Kobert Brown, (iib.son, Mi.-^s. 
Hi. .). S. Br vant, Aberdeen, Mi.ss. 
IS. M. Delk", Lauderdale, Miss. 
111. .L F. McMillan, U-wcsviiJe. Miss. 

20. W. H. Johnslou, Coker. Ala. 

21. P. S. White, Lynn Creek, Mi.ss. 
2(>. Charles Ilearon, Mavhew, .Miss. 
28. M. L. Fineher, MeriVliaii, .Miss. 
2il. M. A. J. Evans, Colunibu^. .Miss. 

31. J. N. Edwards, Starkvillc, Miss. 

32. L. L. Lyon, Mantua, Ala. 
3f). L. Millsai)S, Cairo, Miss. 

rfO. iMucher B)ydstou, .Starkville, Mis 

41. B. D. Siniins, Stnrges, Mi.ss. 

42. (i. B. Simmons, I^auderdale, Miss. 

43. .1. N. Bell, Dow, Miss. 

44. Berrv Smith, Macon, Miss 
4.5. .1. E." .Stewart, Okloe. Mi.s.s. 

46. Bennv Mo.selv, West Point, Mi.ss. 

47. W. IL (iasloii. Columbus, Mis.s. 

45. t;. W. White, Webster, Mi.ss. 

4'.(. W. A. McCluny. WoodlaiuL Mis.s. 



4. OxJoM. 

1. .1. H. Howery, Patesville. Miss. 

3. Frank (Soodwin, Miller, Miss. 

5. .M. .L l)eaton, Courtland, Miss. 

6. Hev. 1{. S. Thomas, Cotlecville, Miss. 

7. .1. C. Carlisle, Uatesvillc, Mi.ss. 

8. .L A. Freeze, Coldwater, Mi.ss. 

9. J. C. White, Eudora, Miss. 

10. Moore Moore, Ihirri.sou, Miss. 

11. T. A. Ilan.-^erd, Hernando, Miss. 
1.5. .1. W. Odam, Nesbit, Mi.ss. 

IC. Sam Walker, Horn Uike, Miss. 
17. J. E. Murpliv, Independence, Miss. 

20. B. B. liarvcv, Oakland. Mi.-vS. 

21. W. D. Porter, Oxford, Miss. 

22. Marion (irev. Pleasant Hill, Miss. 

23. Martin Lee,' Bvlialia. Mi.-s. 

24. E. L. Bodrey, Oakland, Miss. 

25. Thomas Lindsev, Harrisou, Mi.ss. 



5. }7/: 



3. B. S. Thrailkill, Ethel. Miss. 
5. .1. A. Holmes. Huntsville. Miss, 
e. J. M. Hast. Pickens Station, Miss. 



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7. G. Mabry, Kosciusko, Miss. 

13. Henry Williams, Maytield, Miss. 

15. J. K. Newsonie, Lexington, Miss. 

18. James T. Ward, Cameron, Miss. 

2'i. Henry E. May, Yazoo City, Miss. 



Synod of Mij^souri. 



1. ChUlicoIhe Pnshytery. 



6. C. r>. Knaur, Gallatin, Mo. 

9. G. B. Kiniltall, Janiesijort, Mo. 

18. G. \V. Smith, Gara, Mo. 

19. W. T. Miniek, Ljck Spring, Mo. 
21. W. F. McGee, Tula, Mo. 



•2. Kirkxvilk. 



2. J. C. Drake, Milton, Iowa. 

.5. W. H. Gillum, Shibley P.iiut, Mo. 

8. Charles (iott", (iorin. Mo. 

11. George Harrison, Kahokn, Mo. 

12. W. T. Baird, Kirksville, Mo. 

13. W. E. Williams, La Plata, Mo. 

U. Richard Whitehead, Macon City, M( 
1(). William Miller, Memphis, Mo. 
18. W. H. Strickler, Medill, Mo. 

20. F. M. Hope, Downing, Mo. 

21. T. J. Capps, Danforth, Mo. 

22. J. M. Brown, Callao, Mo. 

23. John Miley, Kirksville, Mcr. 

24. Jane Daagherty, Sue Citv, Mo. 

25. Nathan Byers, ('herry Box, Mo. 
2G. Joseph Leepcr, Mem)»his, Mo. 

28. P. S. Thome, Revere, M(i. 

29. H. P. (iilhreath, 1-ove Lake, Mo. 
32. W. E. Moore, Memi.his, Mo. 



3. Lexinrjlou. 

2. Edward iMmcati, Merriani, Kans. 

4. John A. Doak, Holden. Mo. 

5. L. D. Casli, Knolinoster, Mo. 

6. J. A. Cooiier, Belton, Mo. 

8. John T. Siuith, Belton, Mo. 

9. T. J. Whitsett, Centerview, Mo. 

11. James Browning, Clialk I.«vel, Mo. 

12. S. S. Shoemaker, Chilhowee, Mo. 

13. T. M. Casey, Clinton, Mo. 

14. J. J. Cameron, Butler, Mo. 

15. T. S. Stoner, W.stport, Mo. 
IG. W. R. Rice, (oluiulms. Mo. 

17. D. F. Jettrevs, Cliiilon, Mo, 

18. S. A. MeSpad<len, l-ieeman, Mo. 

21. R. L. Foster, Harrisonville, Mo. 

22. George H. Hackiiev, IJrich, Mo. 

23. Frank Russell, llolden, .Mo. 

26. Y. W. Yowell, Independence, Mo. 

27. James P. Parrish and Seth B. Bradley, 

Kansas (-'itv. Mo. 

28. D. P. Hannah, Knolinoster, Mo. 

29. William I.*wis, Ler^'s Suniniit, Mo. 
.'«). George I..acey, Lexington, Mo. 



32. James JNIurley, Mt. Sorrat, Mo. 

34. L. F. Clemens, Mayview, Mo. 

35. Thomas AVilson, Montrose, Mo. 

36. D. P. Ross, Warrensburg, Mo. 

37. D. W. Elliott, Montrose^Mo. 

38. Edward Payne, Warrensburg, Mo. 

39. Peter Gutri'dge, Clinton, Mo. 

42. James McClunev, Favetteville, Mo- 

43. J. W. Mitchell, "Odessa, Mo. 

45. F. P. Parrott, Chilhowee, Mo. 

46. C. Mclntyre, Knobnostei', Mo. 
48. J. H. Ravbouru, Hudson, Mo. 

50. William Smith, Rich Hill, JIo. 

51. J. F. Porter, Kingsville, Mo. 

52. J. J. Farmer, Fayetteville, Mo. 

53. Jacob Woltt', Shawnee Mound. Mo. 

56. R. W. Collins, Strasburg, Jlo. 

57. H. B. Witherspoon, Gains, Mo. 

58. J. F. Hargrave, Lewis Station, Mo. 
.59. A. B. Shelton, Foster, Mo. 

60. William Hooper, Ballard, Mo. 

61. W. K. Morrow, Warrensburg, Mo. 

62. L. A. Goodman, Wes'port. Mo. 

64. .1. N. Stone, Lee's Sumn)it, Mo. 

65. Ru.ssell McNeal, Latour, >io. 



4. McGee. 



A. Armstrong, Centralia, Mo. 

J. Lingo, New Catnhria, Mo. 
R. Campbell, Cairo, Mo. 
W. Langley, Guthrie, Mo. 

E. Harpham, Ilolliday, Mo. 

1). Hail, Macon, Mo. 

E. Hannah, Moberly, Mo. 
K. Harlan, Rolling Home, Mo. 

J. Shearon, Moberlv, Mo. 

O. Metcalf, Roanoke, Mo. 
R. Palmer, Salisburv, M<p. 

C. Way land. Burton", Mo. 
hn T. Moore, Paris, jlo. 

P. Landram, Moberlv, Mo. 

W. Schoolim;. I!ii;i!s,"Mo. 



4. 


R. 


7. 


A. 


13. 


J. 


14. 


A 


15. 


C. 


16. 


J. 


18. 


0. 


19. 


J. 


20. 


T. 


22. 


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24. 


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25. 


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27. 


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iVe6(V/.vi<;. 



2. R. W. \V. Jones, Dunbar, Neb. 

:l. II. M. Bovdstun, Nebraska Citv, Neb. 

4. Albert (ii'lliland, Bratton, Neb. 

5. John Pearslcy, Vesta, Neb. 

6. Zeke Davis, I'nion, Neb. 



6. Xeosho. 



16. 
I 19. 

21. 

22. 
I 24. 



H. M. Seroggs, Sarcoxie, Mo. 
J. D. I'riginore, Reeds, Mo. 
I). S. Brown, Pierce City, Mo. 
Robert Montgomery, ICxcter, Mo. 
G. .M. (ioodnight, Cassville, Mo. 
C. W. Carter, Exeter, Mo. 
J). H. Sheron, Forest Home, Mo. 
O. V. Wager, Neosho, Mo. 
G. VV. Soloman, Pierce City, Mo. 
J. D. Moore, Sarcoxie, Mo. 
Chiirles Snow, Sarcoxie, Mo. 
R. T. Hurley, Webb City. Mo. 



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Sunday-School Superintendents. 



265 



7. Ncir Lebanon. 



10. Sale,, 



H. T. Tliiitupsoii, Arrow liock, Mo. 
\V. A. Millei', Aurora .S|iring.s. Mo. 
Jiio. 11. Windsor, Booiiville, Mo. 
W. H. II. Stejilien.'^, Hiiiiceton, Mo. 
G. Ed. C. Sharp, Mar.sliall, Mo. 
James Hickman, Tipton, Mo. 
Jacob Seben, Slater, Mo. 
C. M. Baker, Marshall, Mo. 
J. H. llarrinien, I'ilot (irove, Mo. 
J. H. Hobcrt.son, Saleville, Mo. 
K. D. Cordrv, New Lebanon, Mo. 
W. V. Johnston, (lark's Fork, Mo. 
J. M. Daniel, Otterville. Mo. 
Jno. Cordrv, Svriuiise, Mo. 
Jan. .Sliackiett.'Dresden, Mo. 
J. P. (irav, Sfdalia. Mo. 
W. H. Lain, Shitcr, Mo. 



George W. Kinker, Aurora, Mo. 
J. W. Patton, Mount Vernon, Mo. 
F. A. Taylor, Marionville, Mo. 
Jno. N. Saunders, Dudcville, Mo. 
John Spenditi; Ellis, Mo. 
T. i:. tianett. (iolden Citv, Mo. 
T. E. WhaUy, Gieenlield, Mo. 
Jas. E. McNairv, Lamar. Mo. 
I). IMmoi.d, Laiitha, Mo. 
(ieorge McCause, Mount Vernon. M( 
Jno. A. .McConnell, Dadeville, Mo. 
J. M. Clayijool, AValnnt (irove. .Mo. 
H. O. Cochran, Mount \'ernon. Mo. 
R. (i. Perkins. I!ed Oak, Mo. 
C. C. Broyles, .Milfoni, Mo. 
X. Kinenian, Verona Mo. 



;i. Platte. 



Dan Carpenter, Barrv, Mo. 
John Chirk, Bambridge, Mo. 
Willie Turner, Ha Uek, Mo. 
Hugli Carniichael, Easton. Mo. 
Joseph Castle, Avenue City, Mo. 

E. Knappeiiberger, Flag Spring. Mo. 
\\. 1'. Ujw, Evona, Mo. 

William Nelson, IIeini)le, Mo. 
William Stotl'er, Fairfax, Mo. 
Dr. J. E. Cadle, King City, Mo. 
Kcv. James Caster, l^jiie Star, Mo. 

F. W. Hillens, Linkville, -Mo. 
H. U. Norris, Pratliersville, Mo. 
I. W. Carson, latan, Mo. 
Samuel Whit •. Hamburgh, Iowa. 
W. E. Sullivan, St. ,losei)h. Mo. 
J. H. Nauman, Craig, Mo. 

J. A. Ma.xwell, St. Jose|di, Mo. 

Dr. S. T. mair, Osboru, .Mo. 

J. P. MeCaniuion, Darlington, Mo. 

L. D. Carter, Savannali, Mo. 

J. H. Snow. Stewartvi le, Mo. 

Luke H. Moss, St. Josei)h. Mo. 

ti. W. Yates. Helena, .Mo. 

(Jeorge H. I'riiiee. Cnion Star, Mo. 

Dr. I. B. Jones. Wat.son, Mo. 

Henry K. Harper, Weatherby. Mo. 

Joseph .^inipMui, (iraiit City. Mo. 



W. S. Connallv, Argo, Mo. 

D. K. Briscoe, "(Jak Hill, Mo. 
J. P. Arnett, Keysville, Mo. 

E. A. Pettegrew, Salem, Mo. 

Kev. ,S. M. Johnson, Dry Branch, Mo. 
W. A. Key, Steelville, .Mo. 
W. H. Davis, Steelville, Mo. 
W. A. Young, .Salem, .Mo. 



11. Salt Riifi: 



T. J. Elmore, Ashley, Mo. 

W. (i. Nunn, Cyrene, Mo. 

Valentine Hendrick, Bowling (ireen. Mo. 

Joint Vernatte, Gamma, Mo. ' 

(J. M. Fry, l.,ouisiana. Mo. 

B. H. Page, Louisiana, Mo. 

I. Sam Patton, Clarksville, Mo. 

J. .M. Mace, Frankford, .Mo. «( 

Dr. Ji>hn S. Pearson, Louisiana, Mo. 

A. W. Hathaway, New Florence, Mo. 

F. W. W.ltv. (Jlnev, Mo. 

S. J. llasl.r". Middletown, Mo. 

I. D. Helpc r,»Wellsville, Mo. 



12. Si^rinyfield. 



.1. C. McCaul, Brookline. Mo. 

.1. C. Smith, Bolivar, Mo. 

P. S. Arnold, Rondo, Mo. 

I). J. W. Kerr, Hie ory Barren, -Mo. 

J. C. .S|>ence, Manstield, Mo. 

A. B. David.son, Fuson. Mo. 

Thos. Bodi'iilianier, (jarri.son, Mo. 

C. P. Gillisi)ie, Stafford, Mo. 

Rice Perrin, Ozark, Mo. 

C. L. Seiin, Phillipsbiir^h, Mo. 

J. B. Api)lebv, Har.dd. .Mo. 

R. W. Fullerton. Plea.sant Hone. Mo. 

Bertha Bonnitt, Robertson Mills, .Mo. 

T. J. Thompson, Duniiegan Springs, Mo. 

W. L. .Vtkisson, .SpringtieaL .Mo. 

1. J. Wingo, .March. Mo. 

J. E. Bodenhamer, Henderson, Mo. 

J. 1. (iriver, Millard, M... 

• 

13. St. LoiiU. 



1. X. C. Stewart, St. L>uis, Mo. 
•J. I. H. Orr, St. Louis, Mo. 



U. HV,v/ Phhi.1. 



3. T. E. Ripper, West Plains, Mo. 

4. J. .\.. Nicholson, Wilderness, Mo. 
10. T. P. .Madrall, Olden. .Mo. 

13. (ieorge 11. Carter, West I'lains, Mo. 
\4. A. B. Johnston, Willow Springs, Mo. 



15. West Pi ch .< 



r>. V. L. Keaton, 



266 



Sunday-School Superintendents. 



.1890. 



Synod of Ohio. 



1. Athens. 



1. W. H. Vorhis, Lee, Ohio. 

2. Travis Coe, Hebbardsville, Ohio. 
3.3A. S. Toresmaii, Ceiitciburgh, Ohio. 
4. AV. H. Dye, Harrisonville, Ohio. 
5.f John WiikiiLs, Lauielville, Ohio. 
6.>Silas Daniels, Democracy, Ohio. 

7. B. Imler, Kingston, Ohio. 

8. Juo. Zering, Tarleton, Ohio. 
9.jAnson Winget, Mar.shtield, Ohio. 



Mii-imi. 



1. Daniel Reeves, Bethanv, Ohio. 

2. 51. D. Myers, Bradfoid", Ohio. 

3. R. W. Hinies, ('ovington, (^hio. 

4. S. Ella .Tamesiin, Leoanon, Ohio. 

5. Jauies Farris, Sharonville, Ohio. 

6. W. H. Brate, We.st Chester, Ohio. 



■^. JIuikinyniii. 



1. M. D. Martd'n, Suminerfield, Ohio. 
2.]S. Leget, Beverly, Ohio. 
3. Phi Johnson, Cumberland, Ohio. 
4.lJames S. Conner, HiramSbiirg, Oliid 



Synod of Okkoon. 
1. Oreffon Prexhytenj. 



2. B. M. Donacn, I^ebanon, Oregon. 

3. W. Knowles, McMinnville, Oregon. 



Wiillii WatUi — No Jifjimi. 



:i. Wiltametti-. 



A. J. Adams, Li'lianon, Oregon. 

Mrs. C. Shaeklett, Kugene City, Oregon. 



Synod ok 1'acifk'. 



1. OiHj'onUd Presbytery. 



1. Joseph Gregorv, Arrovo (irande, Cal. 

3. C. Gosling, iMo"nticcllo', Cal. 

n. Mrs. J. N. Crawford, Lower Lake, C il. 

7. W. G. Cannon, Middletown, Cal. 

8. F. T. Knoles. .San Diego, Cal. 
10. B. B. Berry, Sebastopol, Cal. 

13. Z. H. Martin, .Mountain View, Cal. 

14. H. C, Culton. Wiiit-rs, Cal. 



2. Siitratiienfo. 



1. O. H. Eastin, Borden, Cal., 

2. (J. W. Jones, Raymond, Cal. 

3. J. M. Groves, Farmington, Cal. 

4. O. A. Baker, Merced, Cal. 

■5. .T. C. Long. Plainsburg. Cal. 
(). D. F. Patnian. Ni'wman, Cal. 

7. J. M. Itvan, Stockton, Cal. 

8. J. V. Kerr, Salida, Cal. 
SI. T. .1. .lones, Lewis. Cal. 



;i. T'i.ar». 



1. S. P. Davidson, Bakerstield, Cal. 

3. (;. p. Cummings, Fresno, Cal. 

4. W. R. Trewhitt, Hanford. Cal. 
.5. W. IL Moffltt, Visalia, Cal. 

C. William Parks, Big Dry Creek, Cal. 
7. .1. II. Koutt, Lemoore, Cal. 

10. J. T. Jopling, Portervide. Vul. 

11. W. E. Hite, Selma, Cal. 

12. .1. R. Dearing, Poplar, Cal. 

13. J. H. Ball, Visalia, Cal. 



Synod ok Pknnsvi,v.\nia. 



1. Allighenil Pre.slnjlifni. 

■1. W. A. Zahuiser, Norths xMills. Pa. 

3. Wni. Moore, Seneea, Pa. 

4. Jas. iMlwaids, I.easureville. Pa. 
.'). Joliii Kerr, Kilgore, Pa. 

(i. Wni. Orr, .h.. .laekson Outer, Pa. 

7. R. tl. Crisnian, Punxsatawnev, Pa. 

5. 1). Meiiee. Hell's Mills. Pa. ' 
!). Aaron De])p. Frostliurg. Pa. 

10. J'eter F. Custer, TaiU)ma. Pa. 

11. Wni. Norris, Culmersvilli', Pa. 

12. A. (ii'Mrg.-. .Sandv l.ak;'. Pa. 

13. S. D. Porter, Kennerdell, Pa. 

14. Jos.'ph Bath. Valier, Pa. 

l."i. Rev. .1. 1. Means, 'I'arentuiu. Pa. 

H;. Samuel (irimth. Flora, Pa. 

17. Jonathan. ( luttou. West Librrtv, Pa. 

l.S. Jos .p!i Shart'cr, Valier, Pa. 

lit. D.ini.'j North, Punxsutawney P 



1890.] Sunday-School 

2. Pennsi/lvaiiid. 



C'harli'.s Aiidn'w, Van HnivMi. I'a. 
J. X. <'iag<i, ('aiiiiicha»'lN, Pa. 
T. \V. Mintoii. Old ((iiiciiil. I'a. 
Al»(> Ashliroiik, Hartli .Idi, I'a. 
('. .1. ."^'iriiifit'r, Calilornia, I'a. 
A. J. VoiiiiK, liico'.s I..aiuJint?, I'a. 
';Perry I'l'agiudcii, .k-H'crs m. I'a. 
J. V." Hiunii>ni<-i-, .MillsDi.n., I'a. 
.loliii Hailoy, Kludivc, I'a. 
Win. ICvans, Ten Mile, I'a. 
Tillic A. Tea;,'ar.l(n, Clarksvillc, I'a 
Jaciili B'lwcr.s, (amciMU, W. Va. 
J. W. A.vtfll. l'itt.-5lini:,'li (Kast Kiul) 
S. V. MrVcv. I)c-i- Lick, I'a. 
.1. C. Hal.lwui, WVst FindUy. Pa. 
H. I. (lawfurd, Way Mf.vliur:;. Pa. 
iivit. Manki'v, Zimi, I'a. 



I^evi <'. SliriviT, Brifwiisvilli 
A. F. (inihl.s. Vandi'i-l)ilt. I 
SnvdcM- LiMch, Hii;li IIouso, I 
P. K. Lnc.' WliltMtt, I'a. 
Geo. M. (ran, Mi'iiittstown, 
W. J. Lansiston. Masimtown, 
Isaac Hcwitl. .McKccspart, P; 
C. W. Tailor, Ohio Pvio, Pa. 
Sylvester Dntt', Searifiht. Pa. 
Joseph Anlrani, New Salem, 
Ja.'iper Senbuner, I'niontowii 



Pa. 

'a. 

I'a. 
Pa. 

.1. 

Pa. 
, Pa. 



Superintendents. 



267 



Pa. 



1. Charlotlf r'iv.ihijl''rij. 

3. Alfred Long, f'harlotte, Tenii. 
6. C. M. McAnly, Stewart. Tenii. 
<)..Kol)ert Hramlett, McKwin, Teiiii. 
24., I. T. I'roekett, Hurricane Mills, Tenn. 

27. S. M. Wilson, Tennes.see Ridge, Tenn. 

28. L. L. Skeltoii, Yellow Creek, IVnii. 
31. C. W. Cowen, Waverlv, Tenn. 



2. C/nitlaiiiiiion. 



B. M. Brown, Brown's (liaiu'l. Tenn. 
(icon;!' W. .Martin, Cliattaniio^a. Tenn. 
.Sunuicl II. Itay, Cleveland. Tinn. 
.1. M. Cutton, Cliarli'ston, Tenn. 
B. 1". Cowan, Wliitwril, Tenn. 

F. T. Patton, Billiiigsley, Tenn. 
William Kelley, Dayton, Teim. 
W. II. Kelley, ".lasper, Tenn. 

K. F. Selcer,' Fallinn Water, Tenn. 

.V. K. .Mley, .lasper, Tenn. 

1". P. llendersdii, .slicrman Heights, Teiin. 

W. .M. Crawford. Simnysiile, Tenn. 

W. 1.. Strotid, himan, Tenn. 

G. N. El/.ea, Coulterulle. Tenn. 
Dr. James T. Bell. Haisv, Tenu. 



1. A. .1. Gritfis, Doldnson Fork, Tenn. 

2. J. H. Brown. Belfast, Tenn. 

3. S. I". Brantlv, Beech firove, Tenn. 
•1. J. L. Halion, r.clllnicklc, Tenn. 

.1. Jesse Check, Ilaiderson s .Mills, Tenn. 
(i. J. S. Buchanan, Cornersville, Tenti. 
7. J. P. Ogihie, Beasly, Tenn. 
IS. N. F. Buchanan, siielhyville, Tenn. 
il. J. N. King, Cortner's, Tenn. 
1(1. H. L. Woodtind, .lordan's Valley, Tenn. 

11. Sallie (inv, Tnllahonia, Tenn. 

12. Pet M. Miller, Fosterville, T.-nn. 

13. .1. S. Montgomery, Farmin^ton. Tenn. 
l.i. R. P. Kayne, llil'lsboro, Tenn. 

17. H. H Simmons, Kverglade, Tenn. 
I'J. .1. B. IIanc>. 

21. 1). B. Bennett, Kagleville, Tenn. 

22. a. H. Muwry, Manchester, Tenn. 

23. J. A. Stei)hc'nson. Petersluirg. Tenn. 

24. W. W. Frwin, Boon's Hill. Tenn. 
2>. 1). P. Wilson, Luiin's Store, Tenn. 
2o. W. C. Woosev, Shclbyville, Tenn. 

27. T. C. Mount," Pet "r-shurg, Tenn. 

28. J. C. Tune, Shelhyville. Tenn. 

29. Archie Beaslv, Archer, Tenn. 

33. Mat Parker, Beech (Irove. Tenn. 

34. G. \V. Garner, .Sewanee, Tenn. 

35. R. S. llolden, Itockvale, Tenn. 



4. Oi'iiit/ia. 



2. T. B. McKinlev, Tvner, T'lin. 

6. D. K. McKamv, Oalton, (ia. 
10. A. J. Bradley. Calhoun, (ia. 
li. Thomas lluiniihrcv*, liawnvi'.lc, 1, 
12. R. L. .Mas,)n, McDonald, Tenn. 
18. W. W.Jordan, runnel Hill, (ia. 

20. J. P. (iregory, Hasler's Mills. Ga. 

21. G. W. Laiigston, tJraysville, 'ia. 



Hinasxvf. 



1. Wni. Bell, Powells, Tenn. 

2. Woods (ientrv, Calhoun, Tenn. 
4. J. W. Boyd, ioncord, Tenn. 

7. J. W. D. Doak, Fwing, Tenn. 
. "J. J. C. Tucker, Kuoxville, Tenn. 

10. S. A. Rodgers. Loudon, Tenn. 

11. Vastine .stickley, Madisonville, Tenn. 
13. N. M. -Murry, Morganton, Tenn. 

1(5. A. Turner, .\thens, Tenn. 
22. C. T. Tipton, Brick Mills, Tenn, 
24. R. N. lluds.n, Glenloeh, Tenn. 
'Id. M. M. Anderson, Mi.ser, Tenn. 
27. J. L. Lowe, Sea rl trough, Tenn. 
2!i. M. F. Watkins, Maryville. Tenn. 
30. .1. v.. Williams, Sweetwater. Tenn. 
32. A. M. Smith, Cainphell, Tenn. 
34. W. N. Price. IChcnc/.cr, Tenn. 
37. A. M. Smith, Kingston, Tenn. 



lhl„<vrU. 



7. F. i:. McKly.M. Camd'ii, T.'iin. 

8. J. A. Mellw.iin. Trenton, Tenn. 
1). .\. A. David-ion. I'rcntun, lenn. 

'0. F. L. Hudson, liih-^on, Tenn. 



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^1890. 



11. Jo K. .loiK's, Diosdcn, 'IViiii. 

12. A. W. Stephonsoii, Dyor, Tfim. 
14. J. K. Harri.^on, Mihiii, Tcim. 
1.5. E. M. Cariidl, (faidiu'r, Teiiii. 

16. T. N. Drewiv, Gleason, Tenn. 

17. J. M. DavicUon, (ivcenticld, Tenn. 

20. A. M. Mowerv. Hiaron. Tonn. 

21. J. F. MclJowell, Hiuubcildt, Tenn. 

22. W. B. (ii-izzard, Ihuitinsdon, Tenn. 
24. H. B. Thomas, MeKonzio, 'IVnn. 

2.5. A. M. Housf, Medina, Tonn. 

26. J. M. ]>unlap, (iicontield, Tonn. 

27. Jug. M. Dickson, Milan, Tenn. 

29. C. M. Finch, (ileason, Teiiu. 

30. H. S. Newberry, Ulea.sou, Teuii. 

31. Thomas Wash," 8havon, Tenn. 
33. J. L. Childress, Martin, Tenn. 
;54. T. H. M. Hunter, I'aris, Tenn. 

35. J. C. Rodgers, Christmasville.'Tenn. 

36. R. F. Cannon, Atwood, Tcnn.j 
39. .T. P. Cooper, Big Sandy, Tenn. 
41. J. W. Ooodloe, ^>haron, Tenn. 
43. W. G. Patton, Trezevant, Tenn. 
45. E. Scates, McKenzie, Tenn. 



7. Knoxvilk. 



2. Samuel Louf<, Austin's Mills, Tenn. 

3. W. A. Hull, Ru.ssellville,;Tenn. 

5. J. A. (Jass, Dert)y, Tenn. 

6. W. H. Aruiitage, (ireenville, Tenu. 
«. J. J. Poile, Mount Horeb, Tenu. 

1(1. I. B. Harmon, Midway, Tenu. 

12. A. M. Prumley, Cro.ss Anchor, Tenn. 

13. .T. A. Harmonj (ireenville, Tenn. 

14. \V. Vicar.s, Lost Mountain, Tenn. 
16. R. B. Collier, Mill Brook, Tenu. 

19. S. N. Crozier, Pilot Knob, Tenn. 

20. B. F. Copeland, Pilot Hill, Tenn. 

21. I). A. Bright, Swaney, Tenn. 

23. D. M. Dobs'.n, Tu.sculum, Tenn. 

24. T. W. Philliiis, !^t. (.'lair, Tenn. 

25. L. Tavlor, Talbots, Tenn. 

26. W. C." Harold, (ireenville, Tenn. 

27. John Mellon, Marvin, Tenn. 



8. LfhaiKi 



2. S. P. liedford, Hock Hill. Tenn. 

3. John M. Wats ( huksville, Tenn. 

8. M. H. Dolibin-, (lallatin, Tenn. 

9. (i. L. Russell. Nashville, Tenn. 

10. V. \V. (iillc.spie, l''rankliii, Tenn. 

11. S. C. Tregg, (iallatm, Tenn. 

15. J. T. .Sharen, (Irani. Tenn. 

16. R. M. Pott-s, Hart.sville. Tenn. 

18. J. \). Easly. Lavergne, lenn. 

19. ,J. I. D. Hinds, l-ebanon, lenn. 
21. William Mc(.'oy, Franklin, 'I'enn. 
2.5. I). H. Parker, Crunk, Tenn. 

26. J. F. Marshall, Jardonia, Tenn. 

27. J. H. Zarecor, Nashville, Tenn. 

28. P. L. I'ake.s, Lebanon, Tenn. 

29. .1. (i. Bridges, New .Middleton, Tenn. 

30. B. W. Jones, Thompson Station, Tenn. 

35. U. \i. Hunter, Henrietta, Ti'iin. 

36. J. K. Patton, .Springliel.l, Tenu. 

37. A. .1. Tate, Mount Juliet, Tenn. 

39. Thos. B. ('allinun, Paragon Mill.s, Tenu. 

40. A. J. Pond, Parham, Tenn. 



.U(ld!^o„ 



1. (i. R. Wilson, .VdamsviUe. Tenn. 

2. J. A. Wilson, Bolivar, Tenn. 

5. J. D. Pearson, ('laybrook. Tenn. 

7. Wallace, >nd(llefork, Tenn. 

8. John L. Pope, Denmark, Tenn. 

12. W. L. Bairii, Hickorv Valley, Tenn. 

13. S. A. Mitchell, Jackson, Teim. 
19. J. B. Stribling, Medon, Tenn. 

22. W. M. Adams, Morris' Chapel, Tenn. 

23. J. B. Jones, Adamsville, Tenn. 
25. C. N. Mallock, w hite Feru, Tenn. 

28. W. T. Swain, Bethel Spring, Tenn. 

29. W. A. Caruthers, Bolivar, Tenn. 

30. Beverly Robertson, Henderson, Tenn. 
32. A. J. Lewis, Law, Tenn. 

35. J. T. Cochran, Pin.son, Tenn. 

36. Thomas Cotton, Purdy, Tenu. 

37. J. S. Ramer, Ramer, Tenu. 

39. H. Montgomery, Sardis, Tenu. 

40. Isaac W. Pirtle, Toons, Tenn. 



1(1. Mi'MinufiUt 



1. H. D. Foust, .\lexandria, Tenn. 

2. B. R. Davis, McMinnville, Tenn. 

3. Carter White, Suiithvilie, Tenn. 

4. B. R. Bates, i>eveuport, Tenn. 

5. W. B. Parris, Manguni, Tenn. 

6. C. W. Arnold, Siiuuions' Bluff. 

7. W^m. Lindsev, Counucrce, Tenn. 

8. J. P. Stoner,"Colten >Ulls, Tenn. 

9. W. A. Bass, Shop S|]ring. Tenn. 

10. James Prichard, (iordonsville, Tenu. 

11. Wm. Thompson, Statesville, Tenn. 

12. T. H. Etta, Irving Co lege, Tenu. 

13. Dr. Ct. W. Charlton, Jettersou, Tenn. 

14. R. B. Donnel, Lasca.ssas, Tenn. 

15. fi. M. Smartt. Smartt, Tenu. 

16. J. R. Robison, Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

17. J. C. Prichard, Ciordonsvillc, Tenn. 

18. J. A. Patton, Alexandria, Tenn. 

19. E. A. Thompson, Oak Point, Tenu. 

20. N. J. Finney, McMinnville, Tenn. 

21. H. H. NornKiu, Murfreesboro, Tenu. 

22. Wm. Succd, Milton, Tenn. 

23. W. H. Wrey, Parllow, Tenn. 

24. E. 1>. Thomas, Auburn, Tenu. 

25. W. H. Simpson, Rowland, Tenn. 

26. A. C. Hooper, .'^mithville, Tenn. 

27. Wm. Thom])s(ui, .'^tatesvillc, Tenu. 
•28. J. Long, Jones' Mill, Tenn. 

29. D. C. Brandon, Bradvville, Tenn. 

30. W. T. .loiKs. ,s-vkes Tern. 

31. W. S, Bullen. Vi.ila. IVnn. 



11. Meiiijihix 



Merecr, Arlington, Ten . 
Malone, lirunswiek, Tenn. 
I'laniken, Mason, Tenn. 
Herring, Mason, Tenn. 
ICdmondsiin, White Haven, T 
.Maiizey, ('o\iugton, Tenn. 
. Siiiilh, Memphis, lenn. 
. Buntin, .Mi'Uiphis. Tenn. 
Wadkins, Nul Bush, Tenn. 
Moo.se, Tipton Station, Tenu. 
.Me< luny, UurlesDU, Tenn. 
. Yarbro'ugh, Cuba, Tenn. 
Singleton, L'riel, Tenn. 



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22. 


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SixDAv-ScHOOL Superintendents. 



269 



12- Ohi',11. 



I."). Tmii'sne. . — A'" /i'e/'0(.' 



1. .1. \V. I'owell, rrystal, T.'iin. 

3. 1). A. Latimer, Inion City, 'IVini. 

4. T. J. Tlioiupson, iJver, Teiiii. 

5. D. W. Hiibbs, L'uion Cilv, Teiiii. 

6. J. \V. Mooiv. Trimble, Tciiii. 

7. .1. M. Cocbran, l-'riendsliip. Teiin. 
10. J. N. Brysoii, Rives, IVriii. 

12. C. I,. Nolan, Dycrsliuri;, Tenii. 
15. A. H. Klemiiig, Fulton, Ky. 
18. John A. White, Kenton, Teun. 

20. W. E. Orr, Dyer, Tenn. 

21. J. F. Diekev, Newbern, Tenn. 
24. .1. M. Walker. Kenton, Tenn. 

28. H. Stereis, Troy, Tenn. 

29. J. A. McElyea, Tiptonville, Tenn. 

30. N. L. Scoby, Newbern, Teun. 

31. W. li. Moore, <;ias.s, Tenn. 

32. W. H. I'razier, Newbern, Tenn. 
.33. T. I'. CallicLit, Hives, Tenn. 

34. U. A. Finch, Ho-Kllen, Tenn. 

35. A. A. MeKnight, Itutherford, Tenn. 

37. J. O. Vance, Ciavton, Tenn. 

38. J. Black, Gadsden, Tenn. 

39. T. t>. Biiclianan, Troy, Tenn. 

40. Wm. (Jay, Trenton, Tenn. 

41. W. F. Pierce, Trimlilc, Tenn. 

42. J. J. Cherry, Fnion City, Tenn. 

44. Jarrett Thonip.son, Yorkville, 'I'eun. 



SVSOD OF Tkx.x.*, 



, I . Btico I Pre.ihytery. 



1. C. T. .Scott, Athens, Texas. 

3. .S. .T. Fender, Terrell, Tcxa.s. 

9. .1. K. Hnttines, Kaufman, Texas. 
10. Rev. A. (i. Bnrr.iw, Kemp, Texas. 
12. J. W. U.Hlge. New York, Texa.s. 
17. F. M. (ieorge, Terrell, Texa."*. 
19. F. K. (iastou, Tvler, Texa.'*. 
2n. H. W. McNiitt. i'oetrv, Texa.s. 



Be'h-t—No report. 



;i. Bituhaiii. 



\:\. Rlihlnml. 



7. J. M. I'aislev, •Campbellville, Tenn. 
9. .1. W. Hughes, Clifton, Tenn. 

10. L. P. I'adgetl, Colnmbia, Tenn. 

11. H. B. Curry, Columbia, Tenn. 

14. R. .1. v\ hitakei-, .Santa Fe, Tenn. 

15. W. W. Orr, .\sj)en Hill, Tenn. 

16. John B. (iailoway, .Soutliport, Tenn. 

18. M. K. .Vlexander, Summertown. Tenn. 

19. Rilev I'atterson, Olive Hill, Tenn. 

20. C. S.' Nichols, Carter's Creek, Teun. 

21. J. A. J^aughlin, 1-iiwreneeburg, Tenn. 

22. T. B. Brings, i-vnnville, Tenn. 
24. R. F. .McCiird, Duplex, Tenn. 

26. .1. W. B. Thomas, .Ir., Bigbyville. Tenn. 

28. J. M. .Vndrew, I-asea, Tenn. 

29. J. M. Knox, Bodenham, Tenn. 
32. W. A. Cosby, Mt. I'.odzell, .\la. 

37. R. A. Shaw] Savannah, Tenn. 

38. J. D. Stricklin, Ln'ts, Tenn. 

41. J. .S. ISrownlow, ."»tella, Tenn. 

42. R. H. Caskey, Hurricane Switch, Tenn. 
4.'). H. H. Hinkle, ."^avannah, Tenn. 

46. H. .1. Wooily, Sauta Fe, Tenn. 

47. R. W. Brunson, Tarpley, Tenn. 

48. R. A. Shaw, .Savannah, Tenn. 
51. J. W. Kinnard. i.a.sea, Tenn. 

53. J. L. Beakley. .Ktna Furnace, Tenn. 

54. J. J. Loftin. .\ndrews, Tenn. 

5.5. (>. A. Freeman, .Sivanmih, Tenn. 
57. H. A. Helton, Waynesboro, Tenn. 
59. W. J. Belew, West Point, Tenn. 



14. Spar/a. 



11. J. C. Freeze, Cookville, Tenn. 

25." J. R. .lobuson, Kev, Tenn. 

31. T. J. W aketield, IMea.sant Shade. Tenn. 

36. T. C. Su^art, Kev. Tenn. 

46. B. J. Cannon, Oak Hill, Tenn. 



1. F. P. West, Dial, Texas. 

•-'. W. P. Maloney. Wollc City, Texa.s. 

:!. J. W. Turner, Randolph. Texas. 

4. J. H. Pylant, lioiiham, Texas. 

7. J. F. Sadler, Dodd Citv, Texas. 

.s. F. A. Hudson, Celeste, Texa.s. 
10. .1. B. Boone, Honey (irove, Texa.s. 
12. R. H. hong, Ijidoiiia, Tcxa.s. 
17. Jas. A. Wliite, Howe, Texa.s. 

21. A. W. Kerr, ."^hernian, Texas. 

22. H. L. Smith. Honev (irove, Texas. 

23. G. B. Caldwell. Dodd Citv, Texas. 
25. R. A. Moore, Fetor, Texas. 

27. Eli Smith. Whitewright, Texas. 

28. T. J. .Self. Windom, Texas. 



4. Buffalo Gap. 



1. (J. W. Roach, -Vbilene, Texas. 

2. T. V. Baker, Albany, Texas. 

3. L. M. Buie, Anson, Texas. 

4. J. N. Rushing, Baird. Texas. 

.5. J. H. I'atton. Breckenridge, Texas. 

8. J. S. Perry, Butlalo <iap, Texius. 

10. J. L. Vaughan, Merkel, Texas. 

15. (i. K. l^eeli, l-kilian, Texas. 

17. J. I''. Strain, Strawn, Texas. 



Colnnido. — No Report. 



li. Greeiiiille. 



2. H. C. Barker, Black Jack (irove, Texa.s. 
9. Mrs. .Mary lirittin, .Mt. Vernon, T. xa.s. 
11. .M. A. (iarrouth. Black .lack (irove. Texas. 

14. L. S. Suggs, l.<>ne Oak, T xas. 

15. T. F. Junes. .Miller (irove, Texas. 
29. J. L. Odom. Sulphur Springs, Texas. 



270 



Sunday-School Superintendents. 



1 890^ 



7. Gregory—So report. 
8. Guadalupe. 



6. N. \V. Brelsfonl, Slavdeii, Tex. 

11. J. W. Schwa'i, Ilockiuini, Tex. 

18. A. K. Howard, I rairie Lea, Tex. 

16. W. B. .^ndersdii, San .^iitiiiiin, T( 



9. Guthrie. 

3. T. W. Pruiitv, .\Liiora, Texas. 

(j. (i. Lock, Whitosboro, Texas. 
11. Thoma.s Cole, CiUinsville, Texas. 
1:!. Prof. .L S. Tonilin, Deeatur, Texas. 
14. John L. Davidson. Denton, Texas. 
■id. .T. K. Baker, Sliilnh, Texas. 
'12. (Jeo. Y. Bird, (iainsville, Texas. 
0". .Tames Bell, Montai»uc. Texas. 
40. D. W. Xeel, Si)anish Fort. Texas. 
42. A. K. Holer. .Tustin. Texas. 
44. .T. A. Elder, I'ella, Texas. 
4.1. W. ('. >[c('ullev, Pilot Point. Texas. 
415. J. M. Crandall. (iordonsville, Texas. 
.51. W. H. Lindsey, Sandusky. Texas. 
?)'. C. S. Newton. Valley View, Texas. 

39. Watauga, Watauga, Texas. 

fiO. D. M. Lawrenee. ^Vliite.sboro, Texas. 



10. h'irhpfttricl'. 

4. Win. Campbell. Blooming (irove, Texas. 

7. J. Y. Bates, Corsicana, Texas. 

9. J. O. French. Dawson, Texas. 
12. A. H. Rowe, Kniiis, Texas, 
l.i. vv. C. Wear, Hillsboro, Texas. 
10. J. yi. .Tohnson, Hulibard, Texas. 
17. Jno. K. (Irithn, Itasca, Texas. 
IS. W. P.. Head, Kerens. Texas. 

19. AV. K. Kirkpatrick, ICnnis, Texas. 

20. W. .1. Wright, Hubbard, Texas. 

21. R. W. Kitrell. Blooming (irove. Texas. 
24. Robt. .Sedgwick, Bee Creek, Texas. 

27. .T. P. Webb, Peoria, Texas. 

31. W. C. Johnston. Drane, Texas. 

32. A. McDaniel. West, Texas. 



11. Litik Eirer. 

1. G. G, Anderson, Liberty Hill, Texas. 
10. David Mitchell, Libertv" Hill, Texas. 

14. W. H. Hamilton, Davilla, Texas. 

15. .Tes.se Warden, Bertram, Texas, 
l.s. Albert Bitticks, Buttercui). Texas. 
19. Thos. O'Steen, (iabriel Mills, Texas. 
22. H. B. .Shei.panl, Pound Pock, Texas. 
24. (Jeorge Norveil, Burnet, Texas. 

2.-). W. H. Parliv. Ilutto, Texa.s. 
2';. J. W. Mullins, San Saba, Texas. 



12. Lriiiisiaiiii — Xn rijiorl. 



13. Mur.ihnll. 

1. < . H. Kay, Marshall, Texa.s. 

2. R. A. Drake, Longview, Texas. 

5. J. H. Belli is, Jeflerson. Texas. 

6. W. B. Willis, Daingertield, Texas. 

7. C. C. Hanks, Longview, Texas. 

8. T. Daviilson, Atlanta, Texas. 

9. H. C. Cabe, lineen ( Ity, Texas. 

10. M. B. Stokes, Texarkaiia, Texas, 

11. T. H, Craig, .Mar.shall, Texas. 



14. Parson — So lieporf. 



1.5. Red Oak. 

2. R. M. Chaiiniaii, .Mvarado, Te.xas. 

:•>. M. AV. Lytle, Arlington, Texas. 

4. ,T. M. Parker, Avalon, Texas. 

(i. F. A. Foster, Cleburne, Texas. 

7. T. J. Cumniings, Cleburne, Texas. 

9. W. A. Baird, lerri.s, Texas. 

14. Starke, .\harado, Texas. 

\n. sterling Park. Italy, Texas. 

IC. F. Wallace, Johnson's .Station, Texa.s. 

17. L. E. Smith, Lisbon, Texas. 

20. ^I. W. Cunuinghani, Manstield. Texas. 

21, E. R, Alexander 
24. Finas Pyatte. 

27. N. (J. Gould, Waxahaehie, Texas. 
.30. J. F. Bry.son, Ovilla, Texas. 
.32. T. E. Wilshire, Mavstown, Texas. 
.34, J. J. Nichols, Red Oak, Texas. 
35. J. H. Watson, Arlington. Te^ias, 
.31), R. M. White. Waxahaehie, Texas. 



10. Rtd River. 

2, James Watson, Fulbright, Texas. 
4. A. W. Kidd, Brookston, Texas. 
6, A, M. Stone, Bagwell, Texas. 
9. F. H, Elmore, Detroit, Texas. 
10. Dee Thompson, Deport, Texas. 

12. .lohn Alexander. 

13. W. G. Kniffin, Paris, Te.xas. 



17. San Jac'nUo. 

4. Henry Bing, Monaville, Te.xas. 
8. J. H. "White, Brvan, Texa.s, 



IS, San Saba. 

1. G. S, How'ard, Brown wood, Texas.. 

6. H, H. Beyer, Colorado, Texas. 

8, M. I). Oliver, .San ,>aba, Texas, 

11. R. C. Hart, San .Saba, Texas. 



19. Tehaucana. 

1, T, J. Red, Wortham, Texas, 

2. J. O, (iarrett. Stranger, Tex.as. 

5, H. C. Lewis, Cotton (Jin, Te.xas. 

6, Wm, Moore, Fairtield, Texas. 

7, R, M, Love, (imesbeck, Texas, 

10, R, E, Jackson, Kosse, Texas, 

11, W, L. .\danis(.n, Mexia, Texas. 

15, J, H, Pitts, Mills, Texas, 

16. R. L. Watkins, Tehuacana, Texas. 
IS. .1. Pi. Knight, Wortham, Texas, 



20, 7V'.«/,'.— A// Reiiorl. 



21, Trhnly. 

1, G. F. Harris, Mixon, Texas. 

3, D. W, .Martin, Tr<jupe, Texas. 

5, .L B, Fuller, .lacksonville, Texas. 

C, E, D, ,Stevensoii, Kickapoo, Texas. 

7, E, M, Newton. .Mt. .Selinaii, Texas. 

9. B, P, Looney, Rusk, Texas. 

13. .M, C. C, Kic'haids, (iraiieland, Texa.Sv 



22, II aco — No re/tort. 

2:!, ll'AiVe Rock. 

12, H. S. Seay, McKiimey, Texa,s, 

24, Itobt. .Mcknighl., lihe'a's Mills, Texas.. 



[iSgo. General Summary. 271 

GENERAL SUMMARY. 



The vei)()rts from StaU-il Clerks of Presbyteries sliow that 152 niiniHttrs 
bore letters of dismissal ami reeommendatinn at the time sai<l reports were 
forwarded. Only a small number of these had had time to join other Pres- 
byteries when the reports were made out. Still, only one half of the num- 
ber has lieen added to the list of ordained ministers. Several were stricken 
from the roll who did not l)ear letters of dismissal. This was caused, no 
doubt, from inaccuracies of Stated Clerks of Presbyteries. There are, it is 
confidently believed, at least 1700 ordained mini.stei-s. Duriufrthe year 14,094 
were added to the membership, yet the total number of communicants is 
only oO.'jI more than last year. This matter, however, is fully exjiiained on 
pa<i:el4S. On images 27() and 282 a (leneral Summary of Statistics will l»e found. 
Some of these items may differ vei'V sli^rhtly from those in the tabulated 
statistics of Presbyteries bejrinning on i)age 150 and ending on pagi- 257. 
These slight changes, however, were authorized by Stated Clerks of Presby- 
teries. The columns containing the contributions made to our various 
Church Boards are believed to be accurate, for they were obtainetl from the 
reports of the Boards, and great care was taken to have them correct. 

On this page, by order of the General Assembly, the statistics of the Cum- 
berland Presbyterian Chui-ch, Colored, will be found. This (jrganization is 
separate and distinct from the Cundjerland Presbyterian Church, hence its 
statistics have never been made a i>art of .said Church. If the Cumbfrland 
Presbyterian Church were to add these statistics, as some other Presbyte- 
rian Churches do, the total membership would be nearly lS0,O00^a Pres- 
byterian membership second only to that of the Presbyterian Church in the 
United States of America (the Presbyterian Church, North), and .second in 
the great famih' of Presbyterian Churches throughout the worM. Its min- 
istry, too (ordained preachers, licentiates, and canditlates), wouM occupy 
the same position in resi)ect to numbers. Indeed, such is tlu' ca.se anyway 
in regard to this last item, without the additions. 

As will be seen, all the Pxuirds of the Church except the Woman's Board 
of Foreign Missions, received more money than during any previous year in 
the history of the Church, and never before w:is the outlook so encouraging 
in all the lines of Church work. In brief, the entire denomination, yiar l»y 
year, is becoming more coherent, aggressive, and etiic-ient. 



Statistics of the C' mberland Presbyterian Church, Colored. 

The (Jeneral Asseinlily of 1KS6 ilirccted the Suifeil Clerk to eiiiliiMly in tlie Minutes the statis- 
tics, in brief, of the Cumberland Presbyterian CInireh, Colored. From the most reliable inforra- 
aticm at hand the following, it is belioed, is a close approximation : Ordained ministers, 2(10; 
licentiates, }''>; candidates, UK) ; Presbyteries, 22 ; .Synods,."); (ieneral Assembly,!: and com- 
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FINANCIAL. 



STATED CLERK'S REPORT 

■For the year ending May 1, 1890, showing amounts d«e and aujounis paid by each Pre.-.1>yterj' 

since last Report. 



Presuytkries. 



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Alabama 

Albion 

Allegheny 

Anderson 

Arkansas , 

Atchison 

Athens 

Bacon 

Bartholomew 

Bell 

Bethel 

Bonliam 

Bullalo Gap 

Burrow 

California 

Charlotte 

Chattanooga 

Cherokee 

Chillicothe 

Colesburg 

Colorado 

Cumberland 

Davis 

Decatur 

Eden 

Elk 

Ewing (Ark ) .... 

Ewing (111') 

Floi:iUa 

Foster 

(ieorgia 

Greenville 

Gregory 

Guadalupe 

Guthrie 

Hiwa.ssee 

Hopewell 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas , 

Kentucky 

King I 

Kirkpatrick j 

Kirksville [ 

Knoxville | 

Lebanon...'. I 

Le.xington | 

Little Itiver j 

Ijogan 

Louisiana 

Mackinaw 

Madi-son ; 

Marshall j 

Mayfield ; 

McCiee , 

McGreadv ! 

McLin.. ..! 

McMinnville 

Memphis 

Miami 

Mississijtpi | 



819 .50 
13 .50 
12 00 
21 00 
28 50 
10 50 
9 00 
21 00 
15 00 

15 00 

21 00 

22 50 

16 50 

18 00 

19 50 
18 00 
28 50 

9 00 
16 50 
7 50 

12 00 
18 00 

15 00 

18 00 
10 50 
37 50 

27 00 

21 00 
6 00 

16 .50 
16 50 

13 50 

28 50 

15 00 
41 50 

27 00 
4ti 00 

19 50 

22 50 
6 00 

22 50 

12 00 

28 50 
25 .50 

18 00 
27 00 
76 50 
58 50 

19 50 

27 00 

13 50 
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33 00 
21 00 

28 ffj 
21 00 

9 00 

16 50 
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16 50 


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24 00 


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8 54 50 Rev. L. B. Cross. Arlington, .\la. 

1 50jRu ing Elder Levinus Harris, Albion, III. 
12 00 Rev. K. N (Jrossman, .Seneea, I'a. 

Ruling Elder J. \V. Lamb, .-•turgis, Ky. 
Rev. F. R. Earle, D.D., Booiisboro, Ark. 
Rev. C. P. Duvall, Kan.sas City. Mn. 
Rev. W. <;. Archer, Lee, Ohio. 
I{ev. Will. Daw.-<on, Canton, Tex. 



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Ruling Elder .1. A. .>-he 1, Brooks, Ark 



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16 
25 
31 
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1 .50 Rev. J. T. B<irah, Rienzi Miss. 
39 00 Rev. ,1. H. Diekerson, Hrookston, 'lV.\as. 
t 1 50 Rev. T. K. Will ams, Bonham, Te.\. 
, Kev. R. \V. Benge, Biitlalo (iap, Te.xas. 

18 OOlRev. .Jame.-i A. Ma.>ion, Forrest City, Ark. 

19 50JRe* . A. M. I'rewitt, Arrovo (.raiide, Cal. 
18 (»u] Kuling Elder .S.M. WilsoniXenn.Ridge.Tenn. 
28 50' Rev. ,s. M. Ramsey, «'oiiltervilk-, Teiiii. 

1 5ujMiss Bessie Crawford, Chouteau, I. T. 
iRev. W. N. Nickell, .lamespi.rt. Mo. 

7 5 Rev. R. L. Vatiiiite, Waukoii, Iowa. 
24 OOjRev. W. E. Copelan.l, Rockdale, Tex. 
imlin^ ElderW.W.Kiadshaw,' o uiul>ia,Ky. 

15 00 Rev. A. « . Biddle, Hopkinsvi le, Ky. 
Riv. N. M. Baker, Decatur, III. 
Rev. J. C. .Moore, Leoti, Kaiis. 
Rev. .1. L. Pavne. Winchester. Tenn. 
Rev. John A."Conlev, Old Hickory, Ark. 
Rev. (;. W. Williams. McLeaiisboro, 111. 
Itev. .1. (;. Boydstuu, Lakelautl, Fla. 
Rev. ('. P. Coo lev, Fairmount, 111. 

16 ."HiRev. Z. M Mctiliee, Daltoii, (ia. 
IS 50, Rev. II. I'". Young, .'^ulphur .Springs, Tex. 
28 .=10 Rev. ,1. W Reid, Saloiia, Tex. 
15 00 Rev. .1. A. Francis, .San .Vnltuiio, Tex. 
49 oOJRev. .L .1. Moore, Ix'wisville. ^exas. 

Rev. A. W. Hawkins, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Rev. T. W. Cannon, .MeKeii/.le, lenn. 
Rev. J. C. Tlioiiips.,n, (iokon.la. III. 
,lRev. A. (i. Bergen, Evaiisville, Ind. 
Rev. E. H. .Albrighi, Pleasanl (irove, Iowa. 
Rev. -M. C. Long, Fredoiiia, Kan. 
11 50 Rev. R. H. Caldwell, Danville, Kv. 

Rev. .S H. MeElvain, Fori .^^iiiitli, .Vrk. 

Rev. W. A. PaIler.son, Hillsboio. T.-<. 

IRev .1. B. Mitchell, D.D., Kirk>ville, Mo. 

27 OdjRuling ICIder .L.\riiiitage,Cii-eeneville,Teuu. 
9 ooIruI. Eld.W. A.Clendeniiing, Nashv'e.Tenn. 

IRev. Frank Ru.ssell, H..lden, .Mo. 

1 5o'i;cv. .lidiii lluils.di. Liberty Hill, Texav. 
3 on Rev. . I. H. Morton, Russcilvilie, Kv. 

27 (HI Rev. (i. .N. Clauipitt, Arc dia, La." 
..0, 22 50 Rev. J. I). <iold, uibsi.n Citv, 111. 

00 Iltev. 1. D. .Stei le, Jackson, 'iVun. 

00 'Uev. .S. R. Chailick, <ii nier. lex. 

28 .50 Rev. J. E. Edwards. Water Vallev, Kv. 
00 Rev. 1. W. Baker, Moberlv, .M.i. 

00 Rev. W. C. Beaver. Ml. Hilpe, Ala. 

.50 16 .50 Rev. .M. C. Gaston. Vaiidalia, III 

50 30 00 Itnl. Eld. II. II. Norman. .Murfre sboro, Tenu. 

50 Ruling Elder . I .V. .Murray , <rall<iway, Tenu. 

00 6 (Kl R V. C. .M. Williams, U-banim, O. 

.50 8 9 00. Ruling ElderC. B.Haddi>n. Harperville. Miss. 



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1890. 



STTATED CLERK'S BEFORT—Continwd. 



Prkshytkries. 



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Mound Prairie 

Muskingum 

Nebraska 

Neosho 

New Hope 

New Lebanon 

Noliu 

Obion 

Ocoee 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Ouachita 

Oxford 

Ozark 

('arsons 

Pennsylvania .. . 

Platte 

Princeton 

Red. Oak 

Hed River 

Republican "Valley 

Richland 

Robert Donnell 

Rocky Mountain... 

Rushville 

."^acralnento 

Salem 

.Salt River 

.Sangamon 

ijan Jacinto 

.San .Saba 

Searcy 

."Sparta 

.>|)iiugtield 

Siiringville 

St. Louis 

Talladega 

'I'ehuacana 

Tennes.see 

Texas : 

Trinitv 

Tulare 

Union 

Vandaiia 

Waba.sh 

Waco » 



Walla Walla.. 
Washington . 

W.St Iowa 

West I'lains.. 
West Prairie. 
While River.. 
White Rock... 

Wichita 

Willamette... 
Vazoo 



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G 00 
7 50 
18 00 
31 .50 
27 00 
18 00 
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12 00 

30 00 
15 00 
28 50 

24 00 
1.; 00 
28 50 

13 50 
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45 00 

31 .50 

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12 00 

13 50 

21 00 
34 50 

9 00 
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28 50 
34 50 
30 00 
27 00 

9 00 
19 50 
15 00 
13 50 
12 00 

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25 50 
15 00 

18 00 
7 50 

19 50 
19 .50 

22 .50 
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25 .50 
18 00 
15 00 



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Pvev .T. B. Hadlock, Harrod.sburg, Ind. 
Rev. J. E. Baggarly, Ben Lomond, Ark.-i 
Rev. W. I). Ivowery, Seuecaville, O. 
Uev. R. F. Powell, Dunbar, Neb. 
Rev. M. C. Miller, Pierce Cilv, Mo. 
Rev. T. B. Wood, Columbus," Miss. 
Rev. A. H. Stephens, 8 da ia. Mo. 
RulingEld.W.M Kelley, Harden Springs, Ky. 
Ruling Elder J.W. Howell, Union City.Tonn. 

Rev. Willis Smith, Owensboro, Ky. 

Rev. N. L. New. Scio, Oregon. 

Ruling Elder J J. Moodv. Mt. Hollv, Ark. 

Rev. T. .J. Baker Oakland, Mi.s.s. 

Rev. F. P. Witherspoon, Mt. Yernou, JIo. 

Rev. A. L. McClellan, Wiliow Point, Tex. 

Ruling Elder J. M. Luiin, Dunn's Sta., Pa. 

Rev. W. O. H. Perry, stewartsville, Mo. 

Rev. J. F Price, Marion, Ky. 

Rev. N. (iivens, Waxahachie, Tex. 

Rev. C. Manton, Paris, Tex. 

Rev. S. M. Hunt, Belleville, Kan. 

Rev. T. Jett'. Dixon, Spring Hill, Tenn. 

Ruling Elder T. Bovd Foster, Stevenson, Ala. 

Rev. I. B. Self, Deliver, Col. 

Ruling Elder H. A. Allison, Good Hope, 111. 

Rev. S. S. Patterson, Borden, Cal. 

Rev. W. 1). Hawkins, Salem, Mo. 

Rev. E. D. Pearson, D.D , Louisiana, Mo. 

Rev. J. W. Elder, Virginia, 111. 

Ruling Elder Henry Bing, Monaville, Tex. 

Rev. J. A. Robin.son, (juion, Tex. 

Rev. J. M. Smith, Mt. Pisgah, Ark. 

Ruling Elder M. M. Owen, tjuiz, Tenn. 

Rev. J. W. Laughlin, Springtield, Mo. 

Ucv. ,Jas. S. Porter, .-pringvillc, Ala. 

Rav. .7. R. Brown, D.D., St. Louis, Mo. 

Rev. S. L. Russell, D D., (iaylesville, Ala. 

liev. D. S. Bodenhamer, Tehuacana, Tex. 

Rev. W. B. Watterson, Winchester, Tenn. 

Rev. 1. W. Hill, Tennaha, Tex. 

Ruling Elder R. 1>. Bone', Mt. Selman, Tex.. 

Rev. L. R. Bond, Lcmoore, (.al. 

Rev. .1 T. Neel, ^ errittstown, Pa. 

Rev. W. W. M. Barber, Wind.sor, 111. 

Rev. U. L. Montgomery, Franklin, Iiul. 

Rev. T. ('. Sanuuons, Mctiregor, Tex. 

Rev. W. W. Braiinin, Echo, Ore. 

Rev. A. B. ,lohu on, Bcrrvville, Ark. 

Rev. W. ('. Mc( Iclland, Brooks, Iowa. 

Rev. Robl. A. King, Wilderness, Mo. 

Rev. E. H. v\ kiite, Caledonia, Mo. 

Rev. .1. S. Bon<!, Barren Fork, .\rk. 

Rev. W. P. Cloyd, .Mclvinney, Tex. 

Rev. T. (r. Staiisbirry. Hcnt<in, Kan. 

Rev. E. P Henderson, ICugcne Citv, Oiegoii 

Rev. W. P. McBryde, Iit..el, Miss." 



To al amount collected from Presbyteries (see page 107)....$2,41(i 70 

Due from Presbyteries .". 1,2.50 .50 

Amount to credit of Presbyteries 9 00 

By a standing order of the General As.sembly the .Stated Clerk is directed to close the year 
the first dav of May. The foregoing, therefore, shows the linancial standing of each Pres- 
bytery on .Niay 1, 1890. But all Presbyteries which have paid their dues since that time (and 
a number have done so) will receive the .Minutes for this year. The r cei tioii of t he M inn tos 
is evidence of the adjustment of Contingent Tax. T. C. BLAKE, Stated Clerk. 



* Coinpronii.se. 



t Overpaid. 



J Ceases to Exist. 



1890.] IXDKX. 285 



INDEX. 



I'AGK. 

Addresses of Welccmie H 

Address of kev. Dr. Mathews 7 

Address of Rev. Dr. J. S. Grider 11 

Address of Rev. J. F. Hiunpluvy ((\>lored) V2 

Address of Rev. Dr. M. B. DeWitt lo 

Address of Rev. Dr. W. S. Dauley 2.'^ 

Alabama Synod 0, 42 

Allianee, Pan-Presbyterian :>, 10, 101 

Arkansas Synod 9,42 

Appeal, Rev. D. T. Way 11 irk 18 

Appendix 49 

Board of Missions 11, 14, 49 

Woman's 44 

Board of Publieation 14," Ki 

Board of Ministerial Relief I'i 

.Board of Education 11 

Board of Trustees 105 

Bowling Green School (Colored) 10, 12, 102 

Charter of the Board of Trustees 42, 105 

Church Erection 28, 41 

Colleges and Schools 32 

Colored School 10, 12, 102 

Commissioners 4,8, 12, 13, 14 

Committee to Visit Cuml)erland University, Report of 100 

dommittee to Visit Theological Sdiool 33 

Constituting Prayer 3 

Correspondence 9 

Report of Committee on 11, 20, 38 

Corresponding Delegate (Colored) 12 

Cumberland University 13 

Report of Trustees 13, 98 

Darby, Rev. Dr. W.J., Appointment of 102 

Deceased Ministers 9, 37 

Devotional Exercises 8, 12. 14, 15. 2;}, 37 

Directory, Arranged Alphabetically 134 

Arranged by Presbyteries 110 

Discourse on Education 10, 13, 23 

Division of the vear 24, 41 



286 Indkx. [1890.. 

PAGE. 

Education 9 

Report of Board 11, 94 

Report of Coramittee 30 

Endowment of Theolosieal School 35 

Evangelical Union, Scotland 23 

Excerpta from Stutisticaj Tables 282 

Final Adjournment 46 

Finance 9 

Report of Committee 33, 36 

General Assembly, Meeting of next 45 

Adjournment 46 

General Summary 271 

General View of Synods and Presbyteries 276, 281 

General View of Synods 282 

Greetings ". 10, 13, 23, 42, 44 



Hours of Meeting. 



Illinois Synod 9,42 

Indiana Synod 9, 42 

Instructions to Stated Clerks 288 

Iowa Synod 9,42 

Judiciary 9 

Report of Committee 16, 18 

Kansas Synod 10, 42 

Kentucky Synod 10, 42 

Letters of Dismissal 29 

Locating the Publishing House 100 

Committee, Expense of 42 

Lottery (Louisiana) 14 

Marriage and Divorce 103 

McLean, Rev. Dr. V.. G., Expenses of 44 

Mathews, Rev. Dr 7 

Members of General Assembly • 4, 108 

Memorials and Other Pa jjers 10, 13, 20 

Ministerial Relief 9 

Report of Board 13, 86 

Report of Committee 20,29 

Ministerial Education, Address on ., 23 

Minutes 8, 12,14. 15, 23, 37 

Missions 9 

Discourse on Missions 11, 12^ 

Report of Board 11 

Report of Committee 15, 20, 25 

Report of Delegate from Woman's Board.. 13 

Report of Japan Mission 49 

Report of Mexico Mission 5S> 

Report of fu'ueral Superintendent of Sunday-schools 272-275^ 



I'Sgo.] Index. 287 

Missions, Report of Peruiauent Comniitlte on Pacific Coast 66 

Report of Woman's Board 67 

Mississippi S\nod 10, 42 

MissoiiVi Synod 10, 42 

Moderator, Kleotion of 7 

Moderators and Clerks 114 

Moderatorsiiip, Elders Eligible to 17 

Mortuarj' ?>?, 113 

Ohio Synod 10, 42 

Old Document 23 

Opening Sermon 3 

Oregon Synod 10, :!!», 42 

Overtures 9 

Report of Committee l"i, 3(1, 39 

Pacific Synod 10, 42 

Presbyterian Alliance 3, 10, 101 

Pennsylvania Synod 10, 42 

Periods for Contribution 24, 41 

Place of Meeting 12, lo, 45 

Presby terial Changes 3 

Publishing Minutes, Cost of 43 

Pul)lication and Sunday-school !), 14 

Report of Board 14, 80 

Report of Committee 20 

Rejwrt of Committee on Theological Schools 33 

Resolutions 14,42,43,45 

Roll 8, 4o. 108 

Sabbath Observance 9 

Sabbftth Observance, Committee on 39 

Sermon on Missions 10, 12 

Standing Committees 9 

Standing Rule 275 

Stated Clerk's Report 2S3. 284 

Statistical Tables 150 

Sunday-School Statistics 272, 275 

Sunday-school Superintendents 258, 270 

Superintendent of Sunday-schools 15 

Suspending the Rule 12, 23 

Sy nodical Clianges 3, 44 

Synodical Committees 9 

Synodical Records 9 

Temj>erance 9 

Report of Committee 42, 43 

Tennessee Synod 10, 42 

Tt«as Synod 10,42 



288 INvSTructioNvS to STATKn ClERKvS. [1890. 

Thanks 45 

Theological Seminary ^ 

Theological Seminary, Address on 11 

Theological Schools, Report of Committee on '..... 33 

Trustees, Board of • 10, 105 

Waynick, Rev. D. T., Appeal of 18 

Woman's Board of Missions <37 

Report of Delegate 13, 44 



INSTRUCTIONS TO STATED CLERKS. 



(1 ) Do not write a linr until you have all youi' matter pre])are(l. 

(2) Write with pen and ink, "and write plainly. Do not use pale ink. 

(3i Arrange names of ^Ministers, Licentiates, and Candidates alphabetic- 
ally. Do not forget this. 

(4) When yoii get to the '•Statistical and Financial" page or pages, do 
not fail to arrange names of Congregations alphabetically. Tins must be 

DONE. 

(5) Do not undertake to till the columns set apart for the several Boards 
of the Church. Leave those blank in your report, for they will have to be 
filled out from data furnished by the Boards themselves, the Stated Clerk 
of the General Assend)ly will look after those columns. 

(6) Insert dollars ajuZct^nts in column "Children's Day Collectioi <" and in 
column "Dues to Presbytery." Do not put cents in any other column. 

(7) Add the figures in aU the columns on "Statistical and Financial" 
page or pages (except column 5) and verify the same. This must be done 
by you, or you must get a competent accountant to <lo it. All the Presby- 
terian bodies in the land require this of Stated Clerks of l*resbyteries. Do 
not send i/onr report until iJiis has been done. 

(8) In' the t'olumn "Total Contributions," put figures in xtencil marks, for 
the Stated Clerk of the General Assembly will have to add to them the 
contributions from the several Boards. By putting that column in pencil 
marks the figures can be erased. Please do not overlook this request. 

(9) Send list of Commissioners as soon as they are elected, and send it in 
a small envelope, not in the large one M'hich you will find inclosed, for it is 
for vou to use in si-nding your report. 

(10) Send Contingent tax as soon as you collect it. Let it reach me be- 
fore May 1, or your Presbytery will he reported (U'linquent. The "tax" is 
$2.00 on each ordained minister. (See Minutt's. page 3t).) 

(11 ) If a Church is without a preacher, write the letter V after the name 
of the congregation, and if it has done nothing, let its name stand o])posite 
blank columns. But by all means report name and address of CKrk of 
Session, wf/rt/^t'r of members, and all else you may kn<5W. 

(12) Persist in' your efforts until yon get a r(i)ort from each congrega- 
tion. If necessary you can withliold" your report until May 10. But if you 
can get it ready earlier, do not fail to send it as soon as it is comjilctvd. 

(13) You will .sec that by this new method of obtaining statistics, or- 
dered by the (ieneral A.ssenii)ly, your labors are greatly increased, and those 
of the Stated Clerk of that body are increa.sed more than a hundred-fold. 
You will also see that unless your I'n sbytery is rei)orted it will apjx'ar in 
the ^Minutes simply as a blank. There is no hel)) for such an exhibit, ac- 
cording to the " new form." 

(14) Finally. Your heaviest labor will be the .///•.'<^ year, for when you 
once get the names of your congregations ali)habetically arranged and those 
of your Sunday-school Superintendents arranged as n quired on the last page 
of Presbyterial blanks, you can get the same the next year, with a few alter- 
ations, from till' Minutes of the General Assembly. 



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