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Cumberland Presbyterian 

Church. General Assembly 
Minutes 




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3i6 Instructions to Stated Clerks. 1893.] 



INSTRUCTIONS TO STATED CLERKS. 



(1) Do not write a line until j'oii have all your matter prepared. 

(2) Write with pen and ink, and write plainly. Do not use pale ink. 

(3) Arrange names of Ministers, Licentiates, and Candidates alphabetic- 
ally. Do not forget this. 

(4) When you get to the "Statistical and Financial " page or pages, do 
not fail to arrange names of Congregations alphabetically. This must be 

DONE. ,< 

(5) Do not undertake to fill the columns set apart for the several Boards 
of the Churcli. Leave those blank in your report, for they will have to be 
filled out from data furnished l)y tlie Boards themselves. The Stated Clerk 
of the General Assembly will look after those columns. 

((1) Insert dollars and cents in column " Children's Day Collections " and 
in column " Dues to Presbytery." Do not put ceats in any other column. 

(7) Add the figures in "all the columns on "Statistical and Financial" 
page or pages (except column 5) and rcrlfi/ the same. This must be done 
by you, or you must get a competent accountant to do it. All the Presby- 
terian bodies in the land require this of Stated Clerks of Presbyteries. Do 
not send your report until this has bfen done. 

(S) In the column " Total Contributions " put figures in pencil 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 which you will find inclosed, for 
it is for you to u.se in sending your report. 

[ 10) Send Contingent Tax as soon as you collect it. Let it reach me be- 
fore May 1, or your Presbytery will be reported delinquent. The " tax " 
is .f2.00 on each ordained minister. (See Minutes, 1890, page 36.) 

(11) If a Church is without a preacher, write the letter \ after the name 
of the congregation, and if it has done nothing, let its name stand oppo- 
site blank columns. But by all means report name and aildress of Clerk 
of Session, number of members, and all else you may know. 

(12) Persist in your efF rts until you get a report from each congrega- 
tion. If necessary you can withhohl your report until May 10. But if 
you can get it ready earlier, do not fail to send it as soon as it is completed. 

(13) You will see that by this new method of obtaining statistics, or- 
dered by the General Assembly, your labors are greatly increased, and 
those of the Stated Clerk of that l)ody are increased more than a hundred- 
fold. You will also see that unless your Presbytery is reported it will 
appear in the Minutes simply as a blank. There is no help for such an 
exhibit, according to the "new form." 

(14) Finally. Your heaviest labor will be the first year, for when you 
once get the names of your congregations alphabetically arranged and 
those of your Sunday-school Superintendents arranged as required on the 
last page of Presbyterial blanks, you can get the same the next year, with 
a few alterations, from the Minutes of the General Assembly. 



MINUTES 




OF THE 



SIXTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



OF THE 



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Cunilieiiaiiil Pieshyliiiiaii Gtuiclt. 



1804. 



NASHVILLE, TENN. : 

Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House. 

1894. 



OFFICERS. 



Moderator. 

Rev. F. R. EARLE, D.D., Boonsboio, Ark. 

Stated Clerk. 
Rev. T. C. BLAKE, D.D., Nashville, Tenn. 

Assistant Clerks. 
Rev. J. M. HUBBERT, D.P., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Rev. CHARLES MANTON, Pari.s, Texas. 
Rev. A. G. BERGEN, Nashville, Tenn. 
Rev. W. B. PRE.STON, Denison, Texas. 

Treasurer. 

BOARD OF PUBLICATION, Nashville, Tenn. 



Board of Trustees. 



Rev. .T. M. gill, D.D., President and Sec- 

tarv, Elkton, Kv. 
W. L. REEVES, Treasurer, Elkton, Ky. 
T. R. FOSTER, Elkton, Ky. 
P. AV. MORRIS, Elkton, Ky. 
JAMES GILL, Elkton, Ky. 



A. H. MJLLEN, Elkton, Ky. 
W. B. REEVES, Elkton, Ky. 

B. C. PORTER, Elkton, Kv. 
H. E. CDXOVER, Elkton, 'Kv. 
M. R. KENNEDY, Elkton, Kv. 
('. C. HITCHCOCK, Elkton, Ky. 



Board of Missions and Church Erection. 



Rev. C. H. BELL.D.D., President, Sheffield, 

Ala. 
Rev. B. p. FI'LLERTON, Vice President, St. 

Louis, Mo. 
ISAAC H. ORR, Secretary, St. Louis, Mo. 
Rev. W. T. FERGUSON, Peter.sburs, 111. 



J. C. COBB, Treasurer, Odessa, Mo. 
T. H. PERRIN. Alton, 111. 
H. P. COULTER, St. Louis, Mo. 
J. W. LAUGHLIN. Sup't, St. Louis, Mo. 
W. J. BRASFIELD, Corresponding Secre- 
tary, St. Louis, Mo. 



Board of Education. 



Rev. I. D. STEELE, President pro tern., Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Rev. a. G. BERGEN, Secretary and Treas- 
urer, Nashville, Tenn. 

Rev. J. M. HUBBERT, Lebanon, Tenn. 



J. B. LINDSLEY, D.D., Nashville, Tenn. 
.J. A. CARTWRIGHT, Nashville, Tenn. 
T. M. HURST, N:ishville, Tenn. 
FRANK SLEMONS, Nashville, Tenn. 
Pkof. a. M. BURNEY, Gall.atin, Tenn. 



Board of Publication. 



Rey. .1. C. PROVINE, D.D., President, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 
S. R. WILLIAMS, Vice President, Ft. Worth, 

P. H. MANLOVE, Treas., Nashville, Tenn. 
H. PARKS, Esq., Secty, Nashville, Tenn. 



.1. H. REYNOLDS, Rome, Ga. 
W. T. BAIRD, Kirksville, Mo. 
J. H. ZARECOR, Nashville, Tenn. 
JNO. M. GAUT, General Manager, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 
Rev. W. J. DARBY, D.D., General Agent. 



Board of Ministerial Relief. 



W. G. RALSTON, M.D., President, Evans- 

ville, Ind. 
J. E. WILLIAMSON, Vice President, Evans- 

ville, Ind. 
ReV. W. J. DARBY, D.D., Corresponding 

Secretary, Evrinsville, Ind. 



S. B. S.\NSOM, Treasurer, Evansville, Ind. 
.TAMES M. D.AVIDSON, Evansville, Ind. 
WAT. F. NISBET, Evan.sville, Ind. 
DAVID A. NISBET, Evan.sville, Ind. 
C. F. HOPKINS, Newburg, Ind. 
.T. r. McCLURKIN. M.D., Evansville, Ind. 



IVLINIUTKS. 



Eugene, Ore., May 17, 1894. 

The General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church met, pursuant to adjournment, in the chapel of the State 
University at Eugene, Ore., Thursday, May 17, 1S94, at 11 
o'clock A.M. 

The opening sermon was preached by the Moderator, Rev. 
W. T. Ferguson, of Sangamon Presbytery, upon the text, " The 
King's business required haste," i Sam. xxi. S. 

After the sermon, the General Assembly was constituted 
with prayer by Rev. W. H. Black, D.D. 

LETTER FROM THE STATED CLERK. 

The following communication from Rev. T. C. Blake, D.D., 
the Stated Clerk of the General Assembly, was read, and it was 
ordered that it be spread upon the Minutes: 

To the Moderator and Members of the (reneral Assembly to convene in Eugene City, Ore., 
May 17, 1S94. 

Fathers and Brethren :- -In consequence of the bad health of my 
wife, it is utterly impossible for me to be present with you. No one can 
regret the necessity for this announcement more deeph' than myseh'. It 
gives me great pleasure, however, to announce that my assistants wiU be 
there They are competent and experienced clerks, and I know that they 
will discharge everj' duty pertaining to the office of Stated Clerk with 
accuracy and dispatch. 

My de.ir brethren, thotigh abstnt in the body I am with you in spirit, 
and my prayer is that the (iod of all grace will guide you in all your de- 
liberations. Vnur brother in Christ, T. C. Blake. S. C. 

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



Thursday, May 17, 3 p.m. 
SYNODS AND PRESBYTERIES. 

The Stated Clerk made the following report : 

During "the year no new Presbytery or Synod has been organized, nor 
have any material changes, so far as I know, been made in the bounding 



4 Minutes of General Assembly. [1B94. 

lines of these several courts. There are now 15 Synods and 126 Presby- 
tferies. 

COMMISSIONERS. 

The Stated Clerk also made hjs report on Commissioners, 
whereupon the following persons were recognized as Commis- 
sioners, and their names were enrolled as members of the Gen- 
eral Assembly : 

1. Synod op" Alabama. 

Presbyteries. Ministers. Ruling Elders. 

Alabama M. W. Robisou J. L. Ruffin. 

Florida 

McGready 

Robert Donnell W.J.Walker 

J.W.Caldwell 

Spring ville 

Talladega W. B. Witherspoon Henry Small. 

II. Synod of Arkansas. 

Arkansas F. R. Earle, D.D J. W. Williams. 

" A. Gooding. 

Bartholomew 

Burrow J. D. C. Cobb 

Cherokee 

Ewing (Ark) 

John Buchanan 

King *...S. H. McElvain 

Mound Prairie 

Ouachita 

Porter 

Searcy J. E. Martin 

Washington 

White River D. E. Evans. 

III. Synod of Illinois. 
Albion G. A. Wilson 



Chicago H. S. Williams..... 

Decatur W. W. M. Barber F. E. Bell. 

Ewing (111.) G. W. Williams Benj. Kinsall. 

Foster W. H. Wilson Levi Long. 

Illinois 

Mackinaw S. W. Garvin 

McLin 

Rushville R. H. McHenry 

Sangamon W. T. Ferguson. 

J. M. Johnson W. H. Trailer. 

Vandalia.. E. M. Johnson J. T. McDavid. 



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IV. Synod of Indiana. 

Indiana W. B. Crawford W. G. Ralston. 

" A. G. Bergen A. Redman. 

Moigan 

Wabash H. C. Cockrum (3) 

V. Synod of Iowa. 

Colesburg J. W. Henderson 

Iowa 

Wedt Iowa James Brown 



VI. Synod of Kansas. 

Atchison 

Eden 

Kansas F. M. Moore F. B. Findley. 

Nebraska W. 0. H. Perry H. W. Kruse. 

Republican Valley 

Rocky Mountain P. A. Rice 

Wichita 

VII. Synod of Kentucky. 

Anderson J. L. Robinson H. J. Wallace. 

Cumberland W. H. C. Sandidge 

Davis J. A. Allison R. F. Vaughan. 

Kentucky 

Logan R. F. Adair L. H. Skiles. 

Maytield J. S. Grider, D.D f. R. Byrn. 

T. P. Boyd. 

Nolin C. G. Woosley. 

Owensboro Willis Smith 

Princeton B. T. Watson 

VIII. Synod op Mississippi. 
Bell 

Mississippi 

New Hope R. W. Lewis 

Oxford.. J. L. Cooper, D.D J. H. Howry. 

Yazoo 

IX. Synod of Missouri. 

Chillicothe P. W. Wynn W. C. Dougherty. 

Kirksville W. H. Johnston J. C. Drake. 

Lexington S. Finis King J. C. Cobb. 

W. D. Blair R. B. Graham. 

McGee J. T. Bacon T. J. Shearon. 

Neosho J. J. Dunham 

New^ Lebanon W. H. Black, D.D W. F. Sharp. ' 

W H.Shaw J.H.Windsor. 



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Ozark W. H. Stephens J. W. McCrea. 

" J. M. Clark 

Platte W. F. Perry I. W. Carson. 

" .1. H. Norman H. R. Harper. 

Salem 

Salt River J. R. Patton J. W. Pritchett. 

Springfield J. W. Laughliu G. W. Freeman. 

St. Louis B. P. FuUerton 

West Plains 

West Prairie J. H. Curry C. L. Keaton. 

X. Synod of Ohio. 

Athens ". J. G. Miller 

Miami J. R. Morris 

Muskingum 

XI. Synod of Oregon. 

Oregon E. T. Ingle C. W. Scriber. 

Walla Walla J. C. Van Pattou W. P. Winans. 

Willamette C. A. Wooley Jesse Walker. 

XII. Synod of Pacific. 

California T. A. Cowan 

Sacramento L. Dooley W. T. King. 

Tulare 0. D. Dooley P. W. Sims. 

XII r. Synod of Pennsylvania. 

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Allegheny J. H.Miller 

Pennsylvania J. L. Goodknight, D.D J. C Riggs 

Pittsburgh D. A Cooper 

Princeton (N. J.) 

Union L. W. Lewelleu 

XIV. Synod of Tennessee. 

Charlotte.. J L. Stockard H. H. Buquo. 

Chattanooga J. F, Fender 

D. E Bushnell. D D 

East Tennessee 

Elk A.S Maddox W. D. Orr. 

" E E. McCollum 

Georgia ." 

Knoxville G H. Silvius S. A. Rodgers. 

Hopewell T W. Cannon AV. M. Carson. 

" J. A. Keaton J. M. Dickson. 

Lebanon A. H. Manly J. M. Gaut. 

" J. W. Mount V/. R. Cornelius. 

Madison W. M Norment B. Robertson. 

McMinnville H. H. Norman. 



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Memphis R. B. Flaniken J. B. Witheriugton. 

Obion S. H. Braly 

A. B. Pricliard Wm. Gay. 

Richland T. Jeff Dixon L. P. Padgett. 

Sparta 

XV. Synod of Texa.s. 

Bacon W. H. McClurkan F. M. George. 

Bonham A. L. Barr Eli Smith. 

" T. N. William.s L P. Montgomery. 

Buffalo Gap T. A. White. 

Chickasaw 

Choctaw A. B. Johnson 

Colorado W. E. Copeland 

Corsicana J. A. Ward, D.D Geo. L. Porter. 

Dallas J. A. Hornbeak A. Hope. 

East Louisiana 

Greenville H. F. Bone, D.D.. 

Greer County 

Gregory J. M. Small E. W. White. 

" J. P. Kirk. 

Gaudalupe A. R. Renick 

Guthrie D. C. DeWitt J. N. Baker. 

Little River J. B. Kerr W. H. Farley. 

Louisiana 

Marshall W. J. Lackey 

Parsons W. A. Erwin 

Pease River W. D. Wear 

Red River Ben Fuller W. D. Turner. 

Red Oak A. S. Hayter T.J. Middleton. 

San Jacinto P. B. Bookman. 

San Saba A. Low. 

Tehuacana D. S. Bodenhamer M. E. Roberts. 

Texas 

Trinity T. J. Richards 

Waco T. C. Sammons J. H. Gouldy. 

[This list includes, also, those who came iu after the organization of the General Assembly, 
the tigure following the name indicating the day of enroUuient.] 

Mrs. ly. M. Woosley, having presented her credentials as a 
ministerial delegate from Nolin Presbyter)-, in the Synod of 
Kentucky, her right, under the Constitution, to take her seat as 
a delegate was challenged b}' Rev. J. S. Grider, D.D., on whose 
motion it was determined that the Moderator should appoint a 
committee of five to report upon the question of Mrs. Wooslej^'s 
eligibility. 

The following members were appointed upon said committee : 



8 Minutes of General Assembly. [1884. 

Ruling Elders H. H. Buquo and L. P. Padgett, and Revs. W. 
H. Black, D.D., D. E. Bushnell, D.D., and J. h. Goodknight, D.D. 

ELECTION OF MODERATOR. 

The General Assembly then proceeded to the election of 
Moderator, which resulted in the choice of Rev. F. R. Earle, 
D.D., of Arkansas Presbytery, in the Synod of Arkansas. 

HOURS OF MEETING. 

It was determined that the daily sittings of the General As- 
sembly, until otherwise ordered, shall be from 8.30 a.m. till 12 
M., and from 2.30 p.m. till 5 p.m. ; also that the first half hour of 
each forenoon session shall be given to devotional exercises. 

THE PLACE FOR NEXT MEETING. 

Meridian, Mississippi, was chosen as the place for the next 
meeting of the General Assembly. 

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



Thursday, May 17, 8 p.m. 
ADDRESSES OF WELCOME. 

Addresses of welcome were delivered to the General Assem- 
bly by Mr. S. H. Friendly-, Mayor, on behalf of the city of 
Eugene ; by Hon. S. \V. Condon, on behalf of the State of Ore- 
gon ; and by Rev. T. A. Cowan, on behalf of the church on the 
Pacific slope ; to which addresses responses were made by Ruling 
Elder H. H. Norman, and Revs. J. L. Goodknight, D.D., J. L. 
Cooper, D.D., J. A. Ward, D.D., and W. H. Black, D.D. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till 8.30 o'clock to- 
morrow morning, and closed with prayer. 



SECONt) DflV. 



Friday, May 18, 8.30 a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer, and 
one half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 

The Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

COMMUNICATIONS. 
A communication wa3 received from the Senior Class of Mis- 
souri Valley College, inviting members of the General Asse m- 



i894-] Minutes of General Assembly. 9 

bly to attend the Commencement exercises of that institution : 
a communication was also received from the Chamber of Com- 
merce of Seattle, Wash., inviting members of the General 
Assembly to visit that city. A vote of thanks was passed for 
both of these invitations. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE IN MRS. WOOSLEY'S CASE. 

The special committee on the eligibility of Mrs. L- M. Woos- 
ley to a seat in the General Assembly reported as follows, and 
the report was adopted : 

To the Moderator and Members of the General Assembly. 

Your special committee appointed to investigate and report upon the 
right of Mrs. L. M. Woosley to a .seat in thi.s body as commissioner from 
Nolin Presbytery in the Synod of Kentucky, beg leave to report the fol- 
lowing : We have nothing regularly before us except the commission of 
Sister Woosley, which appears to be regular ; but we are advised that the 
Synod of Kentucky, since the election of Mrs. Woosley as such commis- 
sioner, undertook to declare such election null and void, and that from 
said action of the Synod Mrs. Woosley prosecutes an appeal to this General 
Assembly ; and also that Nolin Presbytery has memorialized this body to 
review and reverse the action of the Synod. Therefore, without express- 
ing any opinion as to the merits of the case, we recommend that no action 
be taken on this reference, but that the same together with the appeal, 
memorial and record in the cause, when received by the General Assembly, 
be referred to the Judiciary Committee for consideration, with instructions 
to report as early as practicable. H. H. Buquo, Chairman. 

STANDING AND SYNODIC AL COMMITTEES. 

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The Moderator then announced the following committees : 
Standing Committees. 

Overtures. — Ministers W. T. Ferguson, A. S. Hayter, A. L. Barr, R. W. 
Lewis ; Ruling Elders J. L. Ruffin, W. P. Wynans, W. F. Sharp. 

Judiciary. — Ruling Elders H. H. Buquo, L. P. Padgett, C. L. Keaton 
T. J. Middleton ; Ministers J. Reed Morris, W. D. Wear, W. H. Shaw. 

Missions and Church Erection. -Mmisters H. S. Williams, J. L. Good- 
knight, D.D., T, A. Cowan, J. W. Caldwell, A. B. Johnson; Ruling Elders 
J. M. Gaut, T. B. Findley, R. T. Vaughn. 

Publication and Sunday-schools. — Ministers B. P. Fullerton, J. S. Grider, 
D.D., W. O. H. Perry, J. H. Miller; Ruling Elders J. H. Gouldy, W. M. 
Carson, D. E. Evans. 

Correspondence. — Ministers D. E. Bushnell, D.D., R. H. McHenry, W. 
H. Stephens, Willis Smith ; Ruling Elders W. G. Ralston, P. W. Simms. 

Sabbath Observance. — Ministers H. F. Bone, D.D., J. L. Robinson, J. D. 
C. Cobb, W. F. Perry ; Ruling Elders L. H. Skiles, J. H. Howry. 



lo Minutes of General Assembly. L1894. 

Deceased Ministers. — Ministers 8. Finis King, Ben Fuller, J. E. Martin; 
Ruling Elders Levi Long, W. T. King. 

Theological Seminaries.— Minhters W. H. Black, D.D., J. A. Ward, D.D., 
J. F. Fender, J. C. Van Patton ; Ruling Elders A. Redman, H. W. Kruse. 

Education. — Ministers D. S. Bodenhamer, T. W. Cannon, J. M. John- 
son, J. W. Henderson; Ruling Elders, S. A. Rodgers, J. H. Windsor. 

Finance. — Ruling Elders H. H. Norman, Eli Smith; Ministers S. H. 
McElvain, G. B. Russell, T. Jefi' Dixon, .T. C. Cobb. 

Ministerial Relief. — Ministers J. L. Cooper, D.D., B. T. Watson, A. S. 
Hayter, J. W. Mount, J. R. Patton; Ruling Elders A. Cooper, C. G. 
Woosley. 

Temperance. — Ministers P. A. Rice, D. C. De Witt, G. H. Wilson, J. G. 
Miller ; Ruling Elders P. R. Byrn, Wm. Gay. 

Systematic Beneficence. — Ministers, J. W. Laughlin, W. B. Crawford, 
E. M. Johnson; Ruling Elders, J. N. Baker, F. E. Bell. 

On Y. P. S. C. j^;.— Ministers R. W. Lewis, A. G. Bergen, J. L. Good- 
knight, D.D., J. W. Laughlin ; Ruling Elders AV. P. AVynans, J. H. Gouldy, 
J. C. Cobl). 

Special Committees. 

On the Eligibility of Mrs. M. L. Woosley. — Ruling Elders H. H. Buquo, 
L. P. Padgett; Ministers D. E. Bushnell, D.D., W. H. Black, D.D., J. L. 
J. L. Goodknight, D.D. 

On the Federation of tlie Reformed Churches of the Presbyterian Faith. — 
Ministers D. E. Bushnell, D.D., J. Reed Morris. J. A. Ward, D.D. , J. L. 
Cooper, D.D. ; Ruling Elder S. A. Rodgers. 

On Resolution as to Pastorates. — Ministers T. A. Cowan, G. B. Russell, 
A. G. Bergen. 

Syxodical Committees. 

Alabama Synod. — Ministers T. C. Sainmons, T. N. Williams; Ruling 
Elder Ben Kinsall. 

Arkansas Synod. ^'Ministers R. F. Adair, F. M. Moore; Ruling Elder 
M. E. Roberts. 

Illinois Synod. — Ministers A. H. Manly, J. Brown ; Ruling Elder L. P. 
Montgomery. 

Indiana Synod. — Ministers W. W. M. Barber, D. A. Cooper; Ruling 
Elder W. D. Turner. 

Iowa Sy7iod. — Ministers S. H. Braley, J. M. Small ; Ruling Elder W. R. 
Cornelius. 

Kansas Synod. — Ministers G. H. Silvius, L. Dooley ; Ruling Elder P. R. 
Bookman. 

Kentucky Synod. — Ministers W. J. Lackey, R. B. Flaniken ; Ruling 
Elder A. Low. 

Mississippi Synod. — Ministers J. H. Curry, J. L. Stockard; Ruling Elder 
J. W. Williams. 

Missouri Synod. — Ministers W. B. Witherspoou, S. W. Garvin ; Ruling 
Elder B. Robertson. 

Ohio Synod — Ministers J. H. Norman, G. W. Williams; Ruling Elder 
J. T. McDavid 



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Oregon Synod.— Ministers VV. M. Norment, A. R. Reniclv ; Ruling Elder 
W. C. Dougherty. 

Pacific Synod.— Ministers M. W. Robison, A. S. Maddox ; Ruling Elder 
A. Hope. 

Pennsylvania .Synod.- Ministers W. H. C. Saudidge, W. H. McClurkau ; 
Ruling Elder J. C. Drake. 

Tennessee Synod.- Ministers W. D. Blair, W. A. Erwin ; Ruling Elder 
H. R. Harper. 

Texas .Synod.— INIinisters P. W. Wynn, J. A. Allison ; Ruling Elder 
W. D. Orr. 

GREETINGS FROM THE WOMAN'S BOARD 

The hour of 8.30 this evening was set apart as the time to hear 
Mrs. J. M. Gaut, as the bearer of greetings from the Woman's 
Board of Missions. 

PAN-PRESBYTERIAN COUNCIL. 

A communication from the Secretary of the Pan-Presbyterian 
Council was read and referred to the Committee on Correspond- 
ence. 

A COMMUNICATION ON FEDERATION. 

The following communication concerning the Federation of 
the Reformed churches in the United States, holding the Pres- 
byterian system, was read, and it was ordered that the subject 
matter therein should be referred to a special committee of five, 
whereupon the Moderator appointed upon said committee the 
following members: Revs. D. E. Bushnell, D.D., J. R. Morrris, 
J. A. Ward, D.D., J. I,. Cooper, D.D., and Ruling Elder S. A. 
Rodgers : 

To the Venerable the General Assembly of the Cumlierland Presbyteriau Church. 

Dear Brethren: — At a meeting in Philadelphia on the 12th of April 
of Committees of Conference on a Federal Union appointed by the 
Associate Reformed Synod of the South, the Cumberland. Presbyterian 
General Assembly, the Synod of the (Dutch) Reformed Church in America, 
the Synod of the (German) Reformed Church in the United States, the 
Synod of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, General .Synod of the Re- 
formed Presbyterian Church, United Presbyterian General Assembly, and 
the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of 
America, a Plan of Federation was, after long and careful consideration, 
unanimously adopted ; and it was agreed to report it to the different 
appointing judicatories, with a recommendation that it be adopted by 
them, and the necessary steps taken to put it in operation. 

The undersigned were appofnted a committee to communicate this 
action to the judicatories, and to conduct further correspondence upon the 
subject. We therefore enclose the Plan, asking that it be adopted by your 
venerable body, if it be in accordance with your judgment. 



12 Minutes of General Assembly. [1894. 

The different committees of conference also ask to be continued by 
their appointing judicatories, in order to receive the reports of the action 
of all, and, if the plan be adopted, to agree upon the tinrie and place of 
meeting of the first Council for recommendation to the judicatories and 
for the appointment of their delegates to it. Fraternally yours, 

Philadelphia, Pa., April 12, 1894. R. M. PatteRSOX, Chairman. 

J. Elmendorf, 
David Steele. 

plan of federation. 

The following is the Plan of Federation which the committees of the 
Associate Reformed Synod of the South, the Cumberland Presbyterian 
General Assembly, the Synod of the (Dutch) Reformed Church in 
America, the Synod of the (German) Reformed Church in the U. S., the 
Synod of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, General Synod of the 
Reformed Presbyterian Church, United Presbyterian General Assembly, 
the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. of America, 
at their meeting in Philadelphia on the 12th inst. agreed to recommend 
to their appointing bodies for adoption : 

For the glory of God, and for the greater unity and advancement of the 
church of which the Lord Jesus Christ is the Head, the Reformed Churches 
in the United States holding to the Presbyterian system adopt the follow- 
ing Articles of Federal Union : 

1. Every denomination entering into this Union shall retain its dis- 
tinct individuality, as well as every power, jurisdiction, and right which 
is not by this Constitution expressly delegated to the body hereby con- 
stituted. 

2. The acts, proceedings and records of the duly constituted author- 
ities of each of the denominations shall be received in all of the other 
denominations, and in the Federal Council, as of full credit and with 
proper respect. 

3. For the prosecution of work that can be better done in union 
than separately, an Ecclesiastical Assembly is hereby constituted, which 
shall be known by the name and style of The Federal Council of the 
Reformed Churches in the United States of America holding the Presby- 
terian system. 

4. The Federal Council shall consist of four ministers and four elders 
from each of the constituent denominations, who shall be chosen, with 
alternates, under the direction of their respective supreme judicatories, in 
such manner as those judicatories shall respectively determine. 

5. The Federal Council shall promote the co-operation of the feder- 
ated denominations in their Home and Foreign Missionary works, and 
shall keep watch on current religious, moral and social movements, and 
take such action as may concentrate the influence of all the churches in 
the maintenance of the truth that our nation is a Protestant Christian 

.nation, and of all that is therein involved. 

6. The Federal Council may advise and recommend in all matters 
pertaining to the general welfare of the Kingdom of Christ, but shall not 
exercise authority, except such as is conferred upon it by this instrument. 



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or such as may be conferred upon it by the federated bodies. It shall not 
interfere with the creed, worship, or government 6i the federated denomi- 
nations. In the conduct of its meetings it shall respect their conscientious 
views. All matter of discipline shall be left to the exclusive and final 
judgment of the ecclesiastical authorities of the denomination in which 
the same may arise. 

7. The Federal Council shall have the power of opening and main- 
taining a friendly correspondence with the highest Assemblies of other 
religious denominations for the purpose of promoting union and concert of 
action in general or common interests. 

8. All differences which may arise among the federated bodies, or 
any of them, in regard to matters within the jurisdiction of the Federal 
Council shall be determined by such executive agencies as may be created 
by the Federal Council, with the right of appeal to the Federal Council 
for final adjudication. 

9. The officers of the Federal Council shall be a President, Vice Presi- 
dent, Clerk and Treasurer. 

10. The Federal Council shall meet annually, and on its own adjourn- 
ment, at such time and place as may be determined. Special meetings 
may be called by a unanimous vote of the officers of the Council on thirty 
da5's' notice. 

11. The expenses of the Council shall be met by a contingent fund to 
be provided by a pro rata apportionment on the basis of the number of 
communicants in each denomination; and the expenses of the delegates 
to the Council shall be paid from this fund. 

12. Amendments to these Articles may be proposed by the Federal 
Council, or by any of the supreme judicatories of the chui'ches in the 
Federation ; but the approval of all those judicatories shall be necessary 
for their adoption. 

MEMORIALS, COMPLAINTS, REPORTS, ETC. 

Sundry memorials, complaints, reports, and papers were read 
and appropriate!}' referred to committees. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CONSOLIDATION OF BOARD OF 
. MISSIONS AND WOMAN'S BOARD. 

The committee appointed at the last meeting of the General 
Assembly to consider the question of the consolidation of the 
Board of Missions and the Woman's Board presented the follow- 
ing report, which was adopted, and the committee was dis- 
charged : 

To the General Assembly of the Caiubsrlaad Presbyteri^Q Church, ia session at Eugene City, 
Oregon, May 17, 1894. 

Deak Brethren:— The General Assembly in session at Little Rock, 
Ark., last May, appointed the undersigned a committee " to thoroughly 
investigate the practicability of consolidating the Board of Missions and 
Church Erection, and the Woman's Board." (See Minutes 1893, p. 26.) 



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We report that we have endeavored to perform the duty assigned to 
us, and that there seems to be no reason for making any change in the 
organization of these Boards. The two Boards perfectly understand each 
other, and are working in harmony. Neither of them desires consolida- 
tion. On the other hand it is thought that the work of missions can be 
])etter conserved >)y leaving the Boards as they now are. We therefore 
recommend that the Boards be not consolidated. 

Respectfully submitted. J. V. Stephens, Chairman. 

P. R. Danley, 
T. M. Hurst. 

REPORT OF TRUSTEES CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY. 

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

INVITATION FROM UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. 

An invitation from the President of the University of Ore- 
gon for the members of the General Assembly to inspect the 
workings of the University was received and accepted with 
thanks, and from 2 to 2.30 p.m. on to-day and to-morrow was set 
as the time for members to visit the University. 

MINISTERS INTRODUCED. 

The Protestant ministers of Eugene were introduced to the 
General Assembly in a body, and were invited to seats as visit- 
ing brethren. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

The Annual Report of the Board of Education was present- 
ed, and the General Assembly was addressed by Rev. A. G. 
Bergen, the Secretary of the Board, and said report was then re- 
ferred to the Committee on Education. 

The General Assembly then took recess till 2.30 p.m. 



Friday, May 18. 2.30 p.m. 
COMMUNICATION FROM THE STATED CLERK. 

The following communication from the Stated Clerk, on 
Finance, was read and referred to the Committee on Finance : 

To the (ioiieral Assembly to convene in Eugene City, Ore., ilay 17, 1894. 

Fathers and Brethren : Inclosed you will find an itemized report of 
Contingent Tax received and disbursed during the fiscal year. As you 
know, the last twelve months have witnessed the most disastrous financial 



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depression that ever came upon this country. Still, as will be seen, severe 
as the times have been, I have succeeded in collecting the largest amount 
that has ever been reported during anj' one year in the history of the 
Church. This excess is due to two causes : first, the increased tax imposed 
by the last Genei'al Assembly ; and second, to the most earnest efforts made 
by your Stated Clerk. And in this connection let me assure you of the 
wisdom you displayed by imposing a tax of fifty (50) cents on every con- 
gregation in the bounds of the denomination. True, there is some opposi- 
tion to this additional tax, but this resistance is confined to a very small 
element. Any one, it would seem, can see the justice of this tax ; for, by 
paying the same, a congregation gets a copy of the Minutes of the General 
Assembly, and really at less than cost. All other Presbyterian bodies tax 
every consrregation one dollar extra for their Minutes. Let me then urge 
upon you the importance of adhering to this most reasonable tax — a tax 
which can in no sense be considered oppressive or excessive, for it does not 
average one cent per member. By so doing and enforcing the sartie. the 
General Assembly will soon be out of debt ; and in a year or two a suffi- 
cient surplus can be accumulated to enable your body to prepare and pub- 
lish a Digest of the proceedings of all past General Assemblies, a thing not 
only greatly needed, but almost an absolute necessity; for there is, so far 
as I know, but oae complete set of the Minutes of the General Assembly. 
That set is in the custody of the Stated Clerk, and every precaution possi- 
ble is used for its protection and safe keeping. Still, in case of destruction 
by fire the loss would be irreparable, and the only compensation that could 
be had would be in a carefully prepared Digest. The idea of a reprint of 
the entire Minutes could not be thought of for a moment — such a thing 
would almost banki'upt the Church. 

Some, perhaps, are ready to suggest, Why not keep the Minutes in a 
fire-proof safe, and thereby prevent the possibility of destruction ? In 
reply I would say there is scarcely a day in the year in which I am not 
compelled to refer to some volume of the same to answer the numerous 
inquiries which are made as to the past deliverances of the General 
Assembly. 

In conclusion, it gives me great pleasure to say that the most intimate 
and tender relations exist between myself and the Stated Clerks of all the 
Presbyteries. During my term of office I have collected and disbursed 
more than twenty -five thousand dollars, and there has never been a dis- 
crepancy of one cent between myself and Stated Clerks, nor between my- 
self and the General .\ssembly. 

Begging pardon, dear brethren, for this lengthy communication, I am 
Sincerely your brother, T. C. Bi.ake, S. C. 

REPORT OF IXTER-COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION. 
The Inter-Collegiate Association made a report, which was 
referred to the Committee on Education. 

REPORT OF BETHEL COLLEGE AND ARKANSAS CI^MBERLAND 

COLLEGE. 

The Trustees of Bethel College and of Arkansas Cnmber- 



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land College presented reports, which were referred to the Com- 
mittee on Education. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON BOWLING GREEN SCHOOL (Col). 

The Commission on BowlingGreen (Colored) School submitted 
a report which was referred to the Committee on Education. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE GENERAL 

ASSEMBLY. 

The Annual Report of the Trustees of the General Assembly 
was read, and referred to the Committee on Overtures. 

REPORT OF THE VOTE ON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. 

The report of the Stated Clerk on the vote of the Presbyteries 
on the amendments to the Constitution relating to the question 
of making women eligible to the offices of elder and deacon, was 
read and referred to the Committee on Overtures. 

RESOLUTION ON VACANT PULPITS AND IDLE MINISTERS. 

A resolution touching vacant pulpits and idle ministers, 
ofiered by Rev. T. A. Cowan, was referred to a special commit- 
tee consisting of Revs. T. A. Cowan, G. B. Rus.sell, and A. G. 
Bergen. 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MISSIONS AND CHURCH ERECTION. 

The Annual Report of the Board of Missions and Church 
Erection was presented ; and an address was delivered by Rev. 
J. W. Laughlin, Superintendent of Missions, and the report was 
then referred to the Committee on Missions. 

The General Assembly then took recess till 8 p.m. 



Friday, May i8, 8 p.m., 
REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF TRINITY UNIVERSITY. 

A report from the Trustees of Trinity University was read 
and referred to the Committee on Education. 

A memorial from Indiana Synod, relating to the Young Peo- 
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor, was presented, asking the 
General Assembly to appoint Trustees to take charge of and 
develop the interests of said Society in the Cumberland Presby- 
terian Church. 



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Touching the foregoing memorial, the following preamble and 
resolution, offered by Ruling Elder J. M. Gaut, were adopted : 

Whereas, The General Assembl}' has heretofore officially designated 
the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor as the young people's 
society of the denoiliination ; and, whereas, it is of the first importance that 
the interests of this society in all departments of its work should be care- 
fully considered by this body at each annual meeting; therefore, 

Resolved, That a Committee on Christian Endeavor Work shall be 
appointed by the Moderator among the Standing committees at each meet- 
ing of the General Assembly, this resolution to take efifect at the present 
meeting. 

The committee provided for in the foregoing resolution was 
appointed as follows : Revs. R. W. Lewis, A. G. Bergen, J. L. 
Goodknight, D.D., J. W. Laughlin, and Ruling Elders W. P. 
Wynans, J. H. Gouldy, J. C. Cobb. 

GREETINGS FEOM THE WOMAN'S BOARD. 

Mrs. J. M. Gaut, of Nashville, Tenu., addressed the General 
Assembly as the bearer of greetings from the Woman's Board of 
Missions. 

Mrs. H. F. Bone, of Greenville, Texas, also made an address, 
giving a report of the late meeting of the Woman's Boar4 in 
Huntsville, Ala. 

Responses to these addresses were made by the Moderator 
and by Rev. J. H. Miller. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till 8.30 o'clock to- 
morrow morning. 

Closed with prayer. 



THIRD DAY. 



Saturday, May 19, 8.30 a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 

ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONER. 
Commissioner Rev. H. C. Cockrum, of the Wabash Presby- 
tery, appeared, and his name was enrolled. 

The Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 
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A COMMUNICATION FROM REV. DR. M. B. DE WITT. 

A communication from Dr. M. B. De Witt relating to his 
work as General Superintendent of Sunday-schools and to the 
Sunday-school work of the denomination, was read and referred 
to the Committee on Sunday-schools. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON OVERTURES (Nos. 1, 2, .3). 

The Committee on Overtures submitted the following reports, 

Nos. I, 2, and 3, which were adopted : 

Report No. 1. — We have before us memorials from the Arkansas 
Synod and the Yazoo Presbytery, asking your reverend body not to submit 
to the Presbj'teries a proposition to change the name of the Church, and 
that the agitation of that subject cease. We recommend that the request 
of the petitioners be granted. W. T. Ferguson, Chairman. 

Report No. 2. — We have had before us a petition from the Searcy 
Presbytery praying your reverend body to instruct the Stated Clerk of the 
General Assembly to incorporate in the statistical blanks sent to the Pres- 
byteries spaces for contributions to the various Boards of the Church. We 
recommend that the petition be granted. But this action should not be 
construed as taking from the Stated Clerk of the General Assembly the 
duty of filling blanks when Presbyteries have failed to do so. 

W. T. Ferguson', Chairman. 

Report No. 3. — We have before us a petition from the Pennsylvania 
Presbytery praying that when you adjourn that it be to meet at the usual 
time in the year 1896, and that you take steps to make the meetings of the 
General Assembly biennial. We recommend that the petition be not 
granted. W. T. Ferguson, Chairman. 

REPORT OF THE ^ARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 

The Annual Report of the Board of Ministerial Relief was 
read, and addresses were delivered by Rev. W. J. Darby, D.D., the 
Secretary of the Board, and by Dr. W. G. Ralston, the Presi- 
dent of the Board. The report was then referred to the Com- 
mittee on Ministerial Relief. 

The Assembly took recess till 2:30 p.m. 



Saturday, May 19, 2.30 p.m. 

FRATERNAL GREETING. 

A telegram of Greeting from the General Assembly of the 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church (Colored), was received and 
referred to the Committee on Correspondence, with instructions 
to send a reply. 



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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 

The hour of 8 o'clock this evening was set as the time to 
hear the report of the Committee on Theological Seminaries. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CORRESPONDENCE (No. 1). 

The Committee on Correspondence made the following re- 
port, No. I, which was adopted : 

A communication from the Executive Commission, Western Section, 
of the Alliance of the Reformed Churches throughout the World holding 
the Preshyterian System, reciting the history of the Commission's work 
since your last meeting, and offering certain suggestions for your consider- 
ation concerning the work of the future, has been referred to us. .Your 
committee, rejqicing in the continued prosperity of the great Alliance, and 
the steady growth of the spirit of fra*,ernity and co-operation among Pres- 
byterians through this Providential agency, recommend that you continue 
your cordial attiliation and earnest co-operation thei'ewith. 

And as the said communication makes mention of a claim of four 
hundred and ninetj'-five dollars (1495.00) against our treasury, which 
amount is our just ai)portionment of the necessary expenses of the 
Alliance, and, as we understand, long overdue ; we recommend that you 
order your Stated Clerk to pay the said amount at once. 

We recommend, further, that the Stated Clerk be ordered to pay this 
apportionment in all cases promptly, giving it precedence of all others in 
the future. 

Your committee deem it too early to provide for delegates to the 
Glasgow Council, and the question of Presbyterian Federation having been 
referred to a special committee, it only remains to arrange for the recep- 
tion of the Rev. Dr. Wallace, when he comes to l)ear the greetings of the 
Executive Commission. This will be done as soon -as the date is known- 

Respectfully submitted. D. E. Bushnell, Chairman. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON OVERTURES (Nos. 4, o). 

The Committee on Overtures presented the following reports, 
Nos. 4 and 5, which were adopted : 

Report No. 4. — We have 1)efore us a petition from the Ozark Presby- 
tery asking that you allow the proceeds of the sale of the church property 
at Nevada, Mo., to be applied to the Carthage 3Iission. We also have a 
petition from the Rev. L. G. Simpson, a member of said Presbytery, asking 
that the members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church living in 
Nevada be allowed to retain said money for the purpose of re- establishing 
a church in Nevada. We recommend that the petition of the Presbytery 
be granted. W. T. Ferguson, Chairman. 

Report No. 5. — We have before us the Annual Report of the Trustees 
of the General Assembly, in which it is stated that T. P. Dance, a member 
of the Board, has resigned, and that C. C. Hitchcock has been elected in 



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his place. Also that James Gill has been elected a member of the Board, 
and ask that you confirm said election. We recommend that the petition 
be granted. W. T. Ferguson, Chairman. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF PUBLICATION. 

The Annual Report of the Board of Publication was read, and 
an address was delivered by John M. Gaiit, the General Manager 
of the Publishing. House, after which the report was referred to 
the Committee on Publication. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CORRESPONDENCE (No. 2). 

The Committee on Correspondence submitted the following 
report, No. 2, which was adopted : 

T. C. Blake, Stated Clerk, General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in 
session at Eugene City, Oregon. 

The General Assembly of the Cnmberland Presbyterian Church (Col- 
ored), in session at Huntingdon, Tenn., sends Christian greetings. 

J. T. Humphrey, Slated Clerk. 

Complying with instructions from your reverend body, the following 
telegram has been sent to the General Assembly of the Cumberland Pres- 
byterian Church (Colored), in session at Huntingdon, Tenn., in response 
to their telegram referred to us: 

Eugene City, Ore., May 19, 1894. 

Eev. .1. T. Humphreys, Huntingdon, Tenn. 

The General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 
session at Eugene City, Ore., reciprocates your fraternal greetings. Read 
Hebrews xiii. 20, 21. F. R. E.^kle, Moderator. 

The Assembly then took recess till 8 p.m. 



Saturday, May 19, 8 p.m. 
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS. 

The Committee on Theological Seminaries presented their 
report, and after some discussion the further consideration of the 
same was made the special order for Monday morning imme- 
diately following the reading of the Minutes. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till 8:30 o'clock Mon- 
morning. Closed with prayer. 



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FOURTH DAY. 



Monday, May 21, 8 a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 

The Minutes of Saturday were read and approved. 

A COiMMUNICATION FROM ARIZONA. 

A communication from W. T. Barkley relating to mission 
work in Arizona was read and referred to the Committee on 
Missions. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 

The General Assembly resumed the consideration of the re- 
port of the Committee on Theological Seminaries, and pending 
the discussion of said report recess was taken till 2:30 p.m. 



Monday, May 21, 2:30 p.m. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. 

The Bureau of Statistics and Information for the Young 
People's Societies of Christian Endeavor of the Cumberland 
Presbyterian Church, appointed at the last General Assembly, 
made their report, and the report was referred to the Commit- 
tee on Christian Endeavor work. 

FRATERNAL GREETINGS. 

A telegram of greeting from the General Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, in session at Memphis, 
Tenn., was received and referred to the Committee on Corre- 
spondence with instructions to send a reply. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS. 

The Committee on Missions presented their report, and 
pending the discussion of the same the General Assembly took 
recess till 8 p.m. 



Monday, May 21, 8 p.m. 

INVITATION FROM MASONIC FRATERNITY. 

An invitation was received from the Masonic Fraternity of 
Eugene for the members of the General Assembly to attend a 



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reception to be given at Masonic Hall, which invitation was de- 
clined with thanks, owing to press of business. 

ADDRESSES ON SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK. 

Rev. Geo. O. Bachman, General Superintendent of Sunday 
Schools, addressed the General Assembly in the interests of the 
Sunday-school work of the denomination. Addresses were also 
delivered by Rev. H. S. Williams and Rev. J. R. Morris. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till 8:30 a.m. to-mor- 
row morning, and was closed with prayer. 



FIFTH DAY. 



TuEvSDAY, May 22, 8.30 a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 
Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE OX JUDICIARY (No. 1). 

The Committee on Judiciary submitted Majority and Minor- 
ity reports and, on motion, a suspension of the Standing Rule 
was ordered until these reports should be finally disposed of. 
The Majority report is as follows : 

To the Moderator and Members of the General Assemtjly. 

In the matter of the appeal of Mrs. L. M. Woosley from the action of 
the Synod of Kentucky; of the memorial of Nolin Presbyter}^, in the 
Synod of Kentucky, touching the action of the Synod of Kentucky rela- 
tive to the licensure and ordination of Mrs. I-. M. Woosley to the full 
work of tiie Gospel Ministry ; and of the right of Mrs. L. M. Wooslej' to 
a seat in this General Assembly as a commissioner from the Nolin Presby- 
tery in the Synod of Kentucky on the part of the ministry, your com- 
mittee desire to submit the following report : 

At its meeting in 1889 Nolin Presbytery ordained Mrs. L. M. Woosley 
to the full work o' the gospel ministr\ . 

At the meeting of the Synod of Kentucky in 1890, the Synod declared 
and adjudged that there was no authority, either in the Confession of Faith 
-or the Holy Scriptures for the ordination of woman to the work of the 
gospel ministry, and further declared that the Nolin Presbytery had no 
authority to ordain Mrs. L M. Woosley to the gospel ministry. 



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At tlie meeting of Nolin Presbytraj' iu August 1893, it elected Mrs. L. 
M. Woosley an alternate delegate to this General Assembly on the part of 
the ministry. 

At the meeting of Kentucky Synod in October 1893, after reciting 
the former deliverances of the synod touching the ordination of woman 
to the gospel ministry, said Synod reaffirmed its former rulings, and declared 
that Nolin Presbytery had no authority, in view of the former deliverances 
of the Synod, for the election of Mrs. L. M. Woosley as an alternate com- 
missioner to the General Assembly on the part of the ministry, declared 
her election null and void, and directed Nolin Presbytery to retire her 
name from its list of ministers. 

From this action of the Synod Mrs. Woosley prays an appeal to this 
General Assembly. 

Nolin Presbytery declined to obey the mandate of the Synod, and 
memorializes this General Assemby to review and reverse the action of 
the Synod. 

Your committee are of opinion that the action of Nolin Presbytery in 
ordaining Mrs. L. M. Woofeley to the gospel ministry is contrary to the 
universal and long established precedents and practices of the Cumber- 
land Presbyterian Church. 

We submit — 

1 . Under the Confession of Faith of the Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church, in its Constitution and Rules of Discipline there is no provision 
made for the licensure and ordination of woman to the work of the gospel 
ministry. » 

2. In the opinion of your committee there is no authority in the 
Holy Scriptures for the licensure and ordination of woman to the work of 
the gospel ministry. 

3. Tlie action of Nolin Presbytery in ordianing Mrs. L. M. Woosley 
to the work of the gospel ministry was without authority of the Holy 
Scrii)tures, and without authority of the Constitution, Rules of Discipline 
and Confession of Faith of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and 
such ordination was and is null and void. 

4. The action of the Synod of Kentucky in declaring said ordination 
without authority from the Confession of Faith or the Holy Scriptures, 
was and is right and correct. 

5. The order of the Synod of Kentucky instructing Nolin Presbytery 
to retire the name of Mrs. L. M. Woosley from its list of ministers was 
right and proper, and should be affirmed. 

We recommend that the appeal of Mrs. Woosley be dismissed, and the 
action of the Synod of Kentucky be ratified and affirmed, and that the 
memorial of Nolin Presbytery be not granted, and that Mrs. L. M. Woos- 
ley be not seated as a member of this General Assembly for the reason 
that she is not a regularly ordained minister of the Cumberland Presby- 
terian Church. 

Respectfully submitted. L. P. Padgett, Chairman. 

W. D. Wear, 
J. Reed Morris, 
W. H. Shaw. 



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The Minority report which was presented is as follows : 

To the Moderator and Members of the General Assembly. 

The undersigned chairman and members of the Committee on Judi- 
ciary report that they have carefully examined the memorial of Nolin 
Presbytery, the appeal of Mrs. L. M. Woosley, and the record submitted 
to them, all touching the action of the Synod of Kentucky in declaring 
null and void the election of said Mrs. Woosley, an ordained minister, by 
Nolin Presbytery as alternate commissioner to this body, and in directing 
said Presbytery to strike her name from its roll of ministers. 

This action of Synod was taken upon the ground that there is no 
authority in the law of our Church nor in the Holy Scriptures for the 
ordination of a woman to the office of the ministry. We are of opinion 
that the Synod erred in this ; for there is at least implied authority in 
the Scriptures and in the Constitution of our Church for such ordination ; 
and as such ordination is nowhere prohibited, Xolin Presbytery did have 
the right to ordain Mrs. Woosley to the office of the ministry. We, there- 
fore, recommend that the memorial and the appeal be sustained ; that the 
action of the Synod of Kentucky be reversed, and that Mrs. L. M. Woosley 
be allowed her seat as a commissioner to this body in the absence of her 
principal. 

We find from the record that in the year 1889 Mrs. L. M. Woosley was 
licensed to preach, and was ordained to the office of the ministry by Nolin 
Presbytery. She at once assumed the duties of that office, and her name 
appears on the /ieneral Assembly's roll of ministers for the years 1890, 
1891, 1892, and 1893. 

In October, 1889, the Synod of Kentucky referred the question of 
licensing and ordaining women to preach the gospel to a committee of five 
to report to its next meeting. 

In October, 1890, at Smith's Grove, Ky., this committee reported that 
in its opinion " the Confession of Faith in its Form of (jovernment and 
Rules of Discipline, makes no provisions for such licensure and ordina- 
tion." This report was adopted. 

At this same meeting of Synod (October, 1890) the Committee on 
Nolin Presbytery's record, referring to the ordination of Mrs. Woosley, 
reported that in its opinion " the Presbytery had no authority, either from 
the Confession of Faith or from the Holy Scriptures for the ordination of 
a woman." A substitute was oflfered for this item, indorsing the action 
of Nolin Presbytery as a " matter of expediency and as a case extraor- 
dinary." This substitute was lost, and the report of the committee was 
then adopted. 

A motion was then made to instruct Nolin Presbytery to revoke the 
licensure and ordination of Mrs. Woosley. This was also lost, not even 
receiving a second. 

Your committee here call attention to the fact that all the foregoing 
transactions were had in the year 1890, in the month of October, and that 
the Synod in these deliverances nowhere declared the ordination of Mrs. 
Woosley void, and nowhere ordered or directed Nolin Presbytery to revoke 
such ordination, but on the contrary refused to so direct the Presbytery. 



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Nor does the Synod undertake to say that such ordination was forbidden 
by our Constitution or by the Holy Scriptures, but contents itself by de- 
livering its opinion to the effect that such ordination is not authorized. 

Nothing further was done by the Synod on this subject until October, 
1893, when it undertook to construe its deliverances of 1890 by adopting 
the following: " Without expressing an opinion as to what the Scriptures 
teach on the subject of licensing and ordaining women to preach the 
gospel, your committee are of opinion that Mrs. L. M. Woosley is not a 
regularly ordained minister in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and 
that the action at Smith's Grove (1890) is to be construed to that effect." 

The Synod then declared the election of Mrs. Woosley as alternate 
commissioner to the General Assembly null and V3id, and directed Nolin 
Presbytery to retire her name from its list of ministers. 

From this deliverance Mrs. AVoosley appeals to the General Assemby, 
and Nolin Presbytery memorializes this body to review and reverse the 
action of Synod. 

We are of opinion that the appeal and memorial should be sustained 
for the following reasons : 

Under our system of church government the Presbytery has exclusive 
original jurisdiction "to receive, dismiss, ordain, install, remove and judjie 
ministers." It is the only power that can revoke an ordination. The 
Synod possesses no such powers. The Synod can review the acts of the 
Presbytery and for good cause it can direct the Presbytery to revoke licen- 
sure or ordination, and when this is done it is the duty of Presbytery to 
obey, unless excused by the General Assembh^ But the Presbytery be- 
fore it can so revoke must give the partv to be affected notice of its in- 
tended action, and the order of revocation must be entered upon the 
Minutes of the Presbytery as fully and perfectly as the ordination itself, 
and should state the reason for such revocation. 

This course is not only dictated by the simplest sense of common 
justice to all the parties concerned, but is imperatively demanded by the 
relations that our ministry sustains to the civil law of our land. Many of 
the ministerial functions under ecclesiastical law are recognized as legal 
by, and so become a part of, our civil system ; and -to permit these rela- 
tions to be disturbed in the summary, exparte and unauthorized manner 
adopted by the Synod in this case might be fraught with consequences 
appalling to contemplate. 

Let us now see what the action of the Synod really is. Whatever 
might have been the different interpretations of its various deliverances, 
they are all put at rest by its own construction as contained in its last de- 
liverances, in the following language : " Without expressing an opinion as 
to what the Scriptures teach on the subject of licensing and ordaining 
women to preach the gospel, your committee are of opinion that Mrs. L. 
M. Woosley is not a regularly ordained minister in the Cumberland Pres- 
byterian Church, and that the action at Smith's Grove is to be construed 
to that effect." 

Let it now be remembered that all the deliverances of the Synod on 
this subject except the last one just quoted, were made at Smith's Grove 
in 1890. So that we have Synod telling us in its last deliverance, made in 



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October 1893, just what it means to say in all of its deliverances, and that 
is, that Mrs. Woosley is not a regularly ordained minister in the Cumber- 
land Presbj^terian Church. The manifest meaning of this, the Synod's 
own construction, is that Mrs. Woosley is an ordained minister, but that 
her ordination was irregular. 

Can such an ordination be revoked by simply erasing the name from 
the list of ministers, as was ordered by the Synod in this case? We 
solemnly answer, in our opinion, it cannot. 

We, therefore, recommend that the appeal and memorial be sus- 
tained ; that the action of the Synod be reversed and the cause remanded 
for such further steps as the Synod maj^ chose to take in the matter under 
the rules herein indicated, and that until her ordination shall be regularly 
revoked all the ministerial acts of Mrs. L. M. Woosley are to be held as 
lawful and valid. 

Respectfully submitted. H. H. Buquo, Chairman. 

C. L. Keaton, 

ThOS. J. MiDDLETON. 

On motion to sub.stitute the Minority report for the Majority 
a lengthy discussion ensued, pending which the General Assem- 
bly took recess till 2:30 p.m. 



Tuesday, May 22, 2:30 p.m. 
The General Assembly met and resumed the discussion of 
the report of the Committee on Judiciary. The Yeas and Nays 
having been called for on the Minority report, the following vote 
was takeii : 

YEAS AND NAYS ON THE MINORITY REPORT. 
YEAS. 
Ministers—^. F. Adair, J. A. Allison, W. W. M. Barber, A. 
G. Bergen, H. F. Bone. D.D., S. H. Bradley, Jas. Brown, D. E. 
Bushnell, D.D., J. W. Caldwell, T. W. Cannon, J. M.Clark, J. D. 
C. Cobb, H. C. Cockrum, J. L. Cooper, D.D., W. B. Crawford, J. H. 
Curry, D. C. DeWitt, T. J. Dixon, L. Dooley, O. D. Dooley, J. J. 
Dunham, W. T. Ferguson, J. W. Henderson, J. M. Johnston, 
J. A. Keaton, J. B. Kerr, W. H. McClurkan, E. E. McCoUum, S. 
H. McElvain, R. H. McHenry, W. M. Norment, W. O. H. Perry, 
A. B. Prichard. P. A. Rice, J. L. Robinson, G. B. Russell, J. M. 
Small, J. L. Stockard, J. C. Van Patton, W. J. Walker, B. T. 



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Watson, H. S. Williams, T. N. Williams, G. A. Wilson, W. H. 
Wilson, C. A. Wooley. — Ministers, 46. 

Ruli7ig Elders—^. N. Baker, F. E. Bell, T. P. Boyd. H. H. 
Buquo, P. R. Byrn, I. W. Carson, W. H. Farley, T. B. Findley, 
J. M. Gaut, Wm. Gay, A. Gooding, J. H. Gouldy. R. B. Graham* 
J. H. Howry, C. L. Keaton, J. P. Kirk, Levi Long, T. J. Middle- 
ton, W. D. Orr, A. Redman. B. Robertson, J. L. Ruffin, L- H. 
Skiles, P. W. Simms, Henry Small, Eli Smith, W. H. Trailor, R. 
F. Vaughn, Jesse Walker, H. J. Wallace, T. A. White, E. W. 
White, J. W. Williams, C. G. Woosley, W. P. Winans— Ruling 
Elders, 35. 

Total Yeas, 81. 

NAYS. 
Mi7iistcrs—}. T. Bacon, A. L. Barr, W. H. Black. D.D., W. D. 
Blair, D. S. Bodenhamer, D. A. Cooper, W. E. Copeland. T. A. 
Cowan, L. Dooley, W. A. Erwin, J. F. Fender, R. B. Flaniken, 
Ben. Fuller, B. P. Fullerton, S. W. Garvin, J. L- Goodknight, D.D., 
J. S. Grider, J).D., A. S. Hayter, J. A. Hornbeak, E. T. Ingle, A. B. 
Johnson, E. M. Johnson, W. H. Johnston, S. F. King, W. J. 
Lackey, J. W. Laughlin, L. W. Lewellen, A. S. Maddox, A. H. 
Manly, J. E. Martin, J. G. Miller, J. H. Miller, F. M. Moore, J. 
R. Morris, J. W. Mount. J. H. Norman, J. R. Patton. W. F. 
Perry, T. J. Richards, A. R. Renick. M. W. Robison, T. C. 
Sammons, W. H. C. Sandidge, W. H. Shaw, G. H. Silvius, Willis 
Smith, W. H. Stephens, J. A. Ward. D.D., W. D. Wear, G. W. 
Williams, W. B. Witherspoon, P. W. Wynn. F. R. Earle, D.D.— 
Ministers, 53. 

Ruling Elders— Y. B. Bookman, W. M. Carson. J. C. Cobb, 
W. R. Cornelius, J. M. Dickson, W. C. Dougherty, J. C. Drake, 
. E. E. Evans, G. W. Freeman, F. M. George, H. R. Harper, A. 
Hope, W. T. King, Ben Kinsall, H. W. Kruse, A. Low, J. W. 
McCrae, J. T. McDavid, L- P. Montgomery, H. H. Norman, L. 
P. Padgett, J. W. Prichitt, Geo. L. Porter, W. G. Ralston, J. C. 
Riggs, M. E. Roberts, S. A. Rodgers, W. F. Sharp, T. J. Shearon, 
W. D. Turner. J. H. Windsor. J. B. Witherington.— Ruling 
Elders, 32. 

Total Nays, 85. 

The Minority report having been lost, the Yeas and Nays 
were also called on the Majority report, the vote upon which 
was as follows : 



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YEAS AND NAYS ON THE MAJORITY REPORT. 
YEAS. 

Ministers—]. T. Bacon, A. L- Barr, W. H. Black, D.D., W. 

D. Blair, D. S. Bodenhamer, D. A. Cooper, W. E. Copeland, 
T. A. Cowan, L. Dooley, W. A. Erwin, J. F. Fender, R. B. Flani- 
ken, Benj. Fuller, B. P. Fullerton, S. W. Garvin, J. L. Good- 
knight, D.D., J. S. Grider, D.D., A. S. Hayter, J. A. Hornbeak, 

E. T. Ingle, A. B. Johnson, E. M. Johnson, W. H.Johnston, S. F. 
King, W. J. Lackey, J. W. Laughlin, L. W. Lewellen, A. S. 
Maddox, A. H. Manly, J. E. Martin, J. G. Miller, J. H. Miller, 

F. M. Moore, J. R. Morris, J. W. Mount, J. H. Norman, J. R. 
Patton, W. F. Perry, T. J. Richards, A. R. Renick, M. W. Robi- 
son, T. C. Sammons, W. H. C. Sandidge, W. H. Shaw, G. H. 
Silvius, Willis Smith, W. H. Stephens, J. A. Ward, D.D., W. D. 
Wear, G. W. Williams, W. H. Wilson, W. B. Witherspoon, 

F. R. Earle. D.D.— Ministers, 53. 

Ruling Elders— V. B. Bookman, W. M. Carson, J. C. Cobb, 
W. R. Cornelius, J. M. Dickson, W. C. Dougherty, J. C. 
Drake, E. E. Evans, G. W. Freeman, F. M. George, A. 
Gooding, H. R. Harper, A. Hope, W. T. King, Ben Kinsall, H. 
W. Kru.se, A. Low, J. W. McCrae, J. T. McDavid, L- P. Mont- 
gomery, H. H. Norman, L- P. Padgett, J. W. Pritchett, Geo. L. 
Porter, W. G. Ralston, J. C. Riggs, M. E. Roberts, S. A. Rodgers, 
W. F. Sharp. T. J. Shearon. J. H. Windsor, J. B. Witherington.— 
Ruling Elders, 32. 

Total Yeas, 85. 

NAYS. 

Ministers—^. F. Adair, J. A. Allison, W. W. M. Barber, A. 

G. Bergen, H. F. Bone, D.D., S. H. Braly, Jas. Brown, D. E. Bush- 
nell, D.D., J.W. Caldwell, T.W. Cannon, J. M. Clark, J. D. C. Cobb, 
H. C. Cochrum, J. L. Cooper, D.D., W. B. Crawford, J. H. Curry, 
D. C. De Witt, T. J. Dixon, O. D. Dooley, J. J. Dunham, W. T. 
Ferguson, J. W. Henderson, J. M. John.son, J. A. Keaton, J. B. 
Kerr, R. W. Lewis, W. H. McClurkan, E. E. McCollum, S. H. 
McElvain, R. H. McHenry, W. M. Norment, W. O. H. Perry, 
A. B. Prichard, P. A. Rice, J. L. Robin.son, G. B. Russell, J. M. 
Small, J. L. Stockard, J. C. Van Patton, W.J. Walker, B. T. 
Watson, H. S. Williams, T. N. Williams, G. A. Wilson, P. W. 
Wynn, C. A. Wooley. — Ministers, 46. 



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Ruling Elders— 1. N. Baker, F. E. Bell, T. P. Boyd, P. R. 
Byrn, I. W. Carson, W. H. Farley, T. B. Findley, J. M. Gaut, 
Wm. Gay, J. H. Gouldy, R. B. Graham, J. H. Howry, C. L- 
Keaton, J. P. Kirk, Levi Long, T. J. Middleton, W. D. Orr, A. 
Redman, B. Robertson, J. L. Ruffin. L. H. Skiles, P. W. Simms, 
Henry Small, Eli Smith. W. H. Trailer, R. F. Vaughn, H. J. 
Wallace, T. A. White, E. W. White, J. W. Williams, C. G. 
Woosley, W. P. Winans. — Ruling Elders, 32. 

Total Nays, 78. 

The Majority report having been adopted, recess was taken 
till 8 P.M. 



Tuesday, May 22, 8 p.m. 
The following resolution, offered by Rev. J. S. Grider, D.D., 
was adopted : 

Resolved, That this Genei-al Assembly does hereby indorse Mrs. L. M. 
Woosley, of Nolin Presbytery, in the Synod of Kentucky, as a Lay Evan- 
gelist, and as one whose efforts the Lord has blessed ; and she is most 
heartily commended as a consecrated and efficient laborer in the Master's 
cause. 

The following protest concerning the foregoing resolution 
was entered : 

The undersigned members would respectfully protest against the action 
of this General Assembly in adopting the foregoing resolution, for the fol- 
lowing reasons : Because — 

\. Mrs. Woosley has neither asked for, nor do we think she needs, 
such commendation from this body. 

2. Coming as it does at this time, the resolution is liable to give need- 
less offense to the party whom it is intended to compliment. 

3. Mrs. L. M. Woosley is recognized by Nolin Presbytery onl}' as a 
regularly ordained minister of the gospel ; nor has the Presbytery, so far 
as we know, ever set her apart as a Lay Evangelist. 

4. If the action of this body declaring the ordination of Mrs. L. M. 
Woosley null and void be constitutional and proper at this time, then she 
is not a member of Nolin Presbytery (of the Kentucky Synod), nor of any 
congregation in its bounds; and therefore this General Assembly has no 
right to pass such resolutions, it being in the province of the Presbytery 
to provide its own workers, lay and clerical. 

J. W. Henderson, 
Jas. Brown, 
A. B. Prich.\rd, 
J. A. Allison, 
J. L. Stockard. 



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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OX PUBIJCATION AND 
SUNDAY-SCHOOLS. 

The Committee on Publication and Sundaj'-Schools submit- 
ted the following report, which was adopted : 

To the Moderator and Members of the General AsseiiiVjly. 

Your Committee on Publication and Sunday-Schools submit the fol- 
lowing report. We have carefully considered the report of the Board of 
Publication and the papers and resolutions touching the same, which 
were referred to us. It is with pleasure that we note a reduction in the 
debt of the House of S5,003.2S, leaving the present floating debt $28,000 and 
the bonded debt $48,500. 

The Board shoulil be conunended for the manner in which the affairs 
of the House have been administered during the time of the almost unprec- 
edented flnancial stringencj'. The most pressing need now is that the 
floating debt, most of which is being carried at a high rate of interest, 
should be canceled. 

The annual net gains of the business will do this in time, but it is a 
necessity that it be done at once. 

We have considered resolutions touching this, which were referred to 
us, and while the present is not an auspicious period for a canvass of the 
Church for this purpose, yet we recommend that Vjy donations from con- 
gregations on Publication Day, and in response to such plans as the Board 
may devise, the whole ciiurch come to the aid of our publishing work and 
remove this indebtedness as speedily' as possible. It is also the opinion 
of your committee that the sale of books and other merchandise should be 
pressed by all possible means, and at the lowest possible commission. 
We also think that the plans of the Board for such sale should be com- 
mended and that instruction be given that the columns of all papers pub- 
lished in the interest of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church should be 
used as advertising mediums. 

We have carefully considered the present Clubbing system as well as 
that of Expiration day, andT while there are objections urged against them, 
M'e believe the gain to the whole Church and to the Board will justify the 
Board in continuing them for the present, and we so recommend. 

Complaints have been made to j'our committee touching the bu.siness 
management of the House both as to the dispatch and accuracy with which 
orders for Sunday-school and other supplies are filled. 

We recommend that the Board be authorized to employ sufficient 
clerical force to conduct all the bu.cine.ss with dispatch and accuracy, and 
that the cash system be adopted at the earliest possible rlate. 

It is to be greatly deprecated that in a denomination with as large 
a membership as ours, there should be such a small list of subscribers for 
the only paper owned and published by the denomination. The loyalty 
and enter])rise of our people are largely dependent on the information 
which they can get from no other source than a paper published in the in- 
terests of the denomination, and yet it is a lamentable fact that the large 
majority of the homes in our commiiuion are without any f-uch paper! 



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As long as this continues, the sale of books and every other interest of 
the Church must suffer. The Board should do its utmost to ascertain and 
overcome the diflBculties in the way of putting the paper in the homes of 
the people. 

We recommend that the Board be authorized to close its books on the 
last daj' of March instead of the last daj' of April as it is at present. 

Sunday- Schools. 

We have had placed in our hands thela.st i-eport of the General Super- 
intendent of our Sunday-school work, Rev. ^I. B. De AVitt, D.D., from 
which we gather the following items: 

1. Notwithstanding the fact that he pressed the work of his de- 
partment with the greatest possible diligence, sending out more than 
sixty thousand copies of Children's Day exercises and otherwise encourag- 
ing the Sunday-schools to take offerings for this work, the financial strin- 
gency was such that the offerings did not warrant him in continuing in 
the office, and he resigned on the first day of January, 1894. 

2. We learn from his report that there are State Sunday-school con- 
ventions in Illinois, Kentucky, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Alabama, 
Tennessee, Texas, and Ohio. Also that a large number of Presbvteries 
hold annual Sunday-school institutes within their bounds. 

3. The following statistics will indicate something of the increase in 
systematic work and information in this department during the time Dr. 
DeWitt was in office. In 1890 he reported 510 schools with a total member, 
ship of 52,000, and the total contribution for all purposes was, S20,000. 
AVhile the report for 1893 shows 1,252 schools with a membership of 
119,000, and total contributions S38,000. 

The necessity for the resignation of Dr. De Witt is to be deplored, 
and the gratitude of the whole Church is due him for his untiring labors 
in this oflSce. 

After the resignation of Dr. De AVitt the work was carried on 
temporarily by Rev. A. G. Bergen at a nominal salary until the first of 
April when Rev. Geo. O. Bachman was elected to the position. His whole 
time will not be given to this work, however, until July. 

AVe have considered his plans for this work and commend them to 
the Church, and urge co-operation with him in executing them. AA'e also 
recommend that you approve his apiiointment. 

AA'e also recommend the appointment of the following Permanent 
Committee on Sunday-Schools: AA'. T. Ferguson, J. 1. D. Hinds, Jno. D. 
AA'i son, H. H. Buquo, AV. J. Darby, and J. A^ Stephens ; that J. H. Miller, 
T. A. Cowan, J. R. Morris, D. C. DeAA'itt, and T. H. Perrin be correspond- 
ing members of the same. 

AA^e recommend that this committee have entire charge of the work of 
the General Superintendent of Sunday-school, keeping the Board of Pub- 
lication advised regularly as to the details of their work and counseling with 
them at all times. AA'e also recommend that Monday 10 a.m. be fixed as the 
time when the committee shall make its Annual Report to the General 
Assembly. Also, that the committee be directed to meet at the' earliest 
possible date for organization, and that authority be given them to fill 



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vacancies that may occur, reporting the same to the General Assembly 
for its approval or disapproval. 

Your committee commend the Board for improvements made in Bible 
Study, but express the decided opinion that as soon as possible a suitable 
person or persons should be employed who shall give his or their whole 
time to the preparation of a Sunday-school literature commensurate with 
the demands of the times and the necessities of the Church. 

Respectfully submitted, B. P. Fullerton, Chairman. 

The General Assembly then adjourned till 8:30 o'clock to- 
morrow morning, and closed w^ith prayer. 



SIXTH DRV. 



Wednesday, May 23, 8.30 a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 
Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 

Th2 General Assembly resumed its consideration of the re- 
port of the Committee on Theological Seminaries and, on 
motion, a suspension of the Standing Rule was ordered until 
this report should be finally disposed of. After being discussed 
at length the report was adopted and is as follows : 

The literary and theological training of young preachers is of para- 
mount importance to the Church of our Lord. A correspondence of wide 
exient, representing the convictions of the most thoughtful ministers and 
laymen of all denominations, sets forth that the present need of the 
Churches is not more men, but more efficient men. If all our ministers, 
in all denominations, were properly qualified and thoroughly consecrated 
there would be no vacant congregations and fewer unheard calls upon our 
Boards for help. 

In order that the rising ministry may become an efficient ministry, 
three things are necessarj^: 

1. There must be an efficient theological school. Certain things are 
necessary in order that the theological school may be "efficient." Effici- 
ency mean the choice of certain definite ends, and the control and use of 
certain adequate means for the attainment of those ends. 

The ends of the theological semirary are four : 

(1) Insight into the system, order and harmonies of the Word of 
God. The young preacher, who sees God in his manifoldness and unity 
as he is revealed in the Bible and in the Cosmos, has a vision which will 



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inspire him in his work, fortify him against discouragements, and 
strengthen him for every word and work. This insight the theological 
school is intended to provide. It misses its aim, if the young men do not 
come forth with a profound sense of the majesty of God, the mystery and 
power of his providence, the grace and glory of his redemption in Jesus 
Christ, and the universality and constancy of his presence in the Church 
and in the world. 

(2) Intensity of conviction concerning the authority of Christ in the 
Church and concerning the authority of Christ in his Word. It is one thing 
to assert in a creed that the Bible is the only infallible rule of faith and 
practice, and quite another to adduce the grounds of such a conviction so 
that the young man can see, and hold, and give a reason for the faith that 
is in him. It is one thing to be told that Clirist is the head of the Church, 
but quite another thing to be led to see that he is and to be able to state 
the rational basis of such a beltef. The aim of the theological school is to 
furnish the grounds of these traditional beliefs, and thus to intensify the 
faith of our young men who are to preach the gospel. 

(3) The inter] iretation of the things seen and felt is the third end to 
be reached. Paul saw one vision, the meaning of which he could not un- 
fold — it was not possible for him to utter the things he saw and felt. Such 
experiences may come to other preachers, but such are not the things 
that are lo save the world. A few words uttered with the spirit 
and with the understanding also, are far more serviceable than 
thousands of words uttered in ai; unknown tongue. It is the truth, which 
is explained, from which the world is to receive profit. But explanation 
depends upon two things : first, the choice of words in which to express the 
meaning; and secondly, the control of tones by which emphasis and shad- 
ing are given to the words used. The theological t-chool is therefore a 
failure if it does not lead up to the mastery of a good English style and 
then to such elocutionary ability as will make the voice an instrument of 
precision and power in the use of good English. 

(4) Finally, the school of the prophets must seek the development of ad- 
ministrative power. No congregation is so small, or its services so infre- 
quent, as not to demand executive ability in its pastor. Mission work 
pre-eminently required it. Country congregations to-day are suffering, 
either because their pastors do not see the need of administrative Mork or 
because said pastors do not know what ffuch work is. The theological 
seminary cannot seek too carefully for the development of our young 
preachers along this line. 

The means by which these ends are to be attained are three : 

(1) Men. Strong, vigorous, alert, industrious, scholarly, spiritual men. 
The theological school is no place for the retirement of the superannuated. 
The young prophets need wisdom, but they need to receive it through 
chosen vessels, whose bones are full of flame and whose hearts are electric 
with zeal. The personalities of the faculty are worth more than anything 
else. That theological school fails in the use of its grandest means, which 
fails to provide for constant, helpful contact between its individual teachers 
and its individual students. 

(2) Carefully prepared courses of study and well selected libraries. It 

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is not necessary to outline what should be the course of study, but mani- 
festly it should not be the same for the illiterate as for those who are college 
bred. On the one hand a premium should not be placed on superficiality; 
and on the other hand no discount should be made on scholarship. The 
value of well selected libraries— not necessarily large libraries, but care- 
fully chosn ones— can hardly be estimated by those who are not actually 
in the educational work. The tardiness of the Church in providing its 
schools with libraries is to be lamented, but in no instance is it to be so- 
much regretted as in the case of the theological seminar}^ 

(3) The third means for reaching the ends above enumerated is en- 
dowments and buildings. We cannot have the men unless they can 
live while they work. We cannot have them do their work efficiently, 
unless they are properlj' furnished with buildings. 

All these things are necessary to the efficiency of a theological school. 
The school itself is necessfvry in order to the efficiency of the coming ministry. 

2. An efficient ministry cannot be had unless that ministry meets the 
demands which the churches make upon it. The churches everywhere, in 
city and in country, are demanding an educated, sensible, aggressive, widl- 
rounded ministry. Whenever a congregation, because of its own weak- 
ness or because of the paucity of thoroughly qualified preachers is driven 
to accept a man who does not come up to its demand, that means that the 
pastoral relation is strained from the beginning, and that a "change" is 
not far distant. This demand of the churches is an element in the prob- 
lem of the evangelization of the world. We are not living in the Roman 
Empire in the days of the Caesars, but in the United States in the days of 
the Public School. To ignore this demand is to provide an inefficient 
ministry. To neglect the theological seminary is to imperil the future of 
the Church — is to withdraw the Church fiom the respect of the public. 

3. In order to an efficient ministry a third thing is necessary, the 
letrongly manned, thoroughly equipped, and properly administered college. 
This is not the place to argue this point. We call attention only to this 
■one thing, that the theological school and the college are closely related. 
The theological school must stand upon a college foundation if it is to com- 
mand the respect of college students; the Christian college must flower 
into the theological school if it would do its proper work for the Church in 
whose interests it is founded. The time has come when the damands of the 
congregations cannot be met unless the preacher is l)oth college-bred and 
seminary-l)red. He must have the broad training which the college pro- 
vides and the special training which the seminary provides. Exceptions 
to this rule stand out conspicuously, because they are exceptions. The 
young man who quotes Moody and Spurgeon as his models takes a tre- 
mendous risk, and evinces a conceit of natural ability which is ominous of 
failure. 

With these general facts in mind your committee are of the opinion that 
you should approve the following commendations and then certain recom- 
mendations. 

Commendations. 

1. Commend the Faculty for extending the course of study in the 
theological school to three years, instead of two years as heretofore. 



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2. Congratulate the theological Faculty upon its own organization as a 
distinct Faculty with its own Dean, its own plans and methods of aiirainis- 
tration, and its purpose of doing its peculiar work henceforth with an eye 
single to its own department of the University. 

3. Congratulate the Faculty upon its reorganization, approve the ad- 
dition of "W. P. Bone and F. K. Farr as teachera, and commend the greater 
division of labor which is thus provided for ; especially because this pro- 
vides for separate chairs for teaching Hebrew and Old Testament Litera- 
ture and Greek and Xew Testament Literature. 

4. Congratulate the seminary upon the fact that, now, for the first 
time in its history, it has one man whose time is devoted to Homiletics 

. and Pastoral Theology. 

5. Commend the policy which has been adopted of opening the doors 
of the seminary to young women, who may wish to qualify themselves as 
missionaries, Bible readers, or Christian workers. 

6. Commend the Dean on account of his policy of Wsiting our col- 
leges in the interests of the theological school. This policy is prophetic of 
greater interest in the seminary, and a wider and more exact knowledge of 
its work. 

7. Commend the policy of having music and elocution taught in the 
seminary as a regular part of its required courses. 

8. Commend the policy of having fellowships to provide for the 
further training of students as specialists after they have completed their 
course in the theological school. This is an advancement in policy of 
great value to the Church of the future. 

Kecommexdations. 

1. Eecommend that the theological school issue its catalogue as a 
separate number, distinct from the catalogue of Cumberland University. 
This will give prominence to the seminary in a way which will be of great 
service to it in advertising its work. 

2. Instruct the Board of Trustees of Cumberland L'niversity hereafter 
to make a detailed financial exhibit annually to the General Assembly, 
showing its endowment, investments, salaries, receipts, expenditures 
and liabilities. 

3. Recommend a speedy increase of the endowment funds of the 
seminary by the bequests and gifts of the members of the Church. The 
new policy of the seminary imperatively demands a large increase in the 
endowment of thfe institution. 

4. Recommend the adoption by the theological faculty of a carefully 
matured plan for increasing its library facilities, and request the co-opera- 
tion of the Church papers in carrying such plan into eftect. 

fi. Recommend that the General Assembly express its approval of 
the action of the Faculty of the theological seminary, in refusing to admit 
candidates for regular graduation, unless they are able to take the regular 
theological course profitably. 

6. Recommend that the Board of Trustees of Cumberland I'niversity be 
directed to consider the advisability of placing the literary school under 
the control of the Svnods of Kentuckv and Tennessee, Alabama and Mis- 



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sissippi, in order that the theological school may stand apart as^ the 
property of the whole Church with a distinct Board of managers: and 
that the Board of Trusteef! of Cumberland University be instructed to re- 
port to the next meeting of the General Assembly, if there are legal bar- 
riers preventing a separation between the .iterary and theological depart- 
ments. 

7. Recommend each Presbyterj' to use due diligence and authority to 
have every young preacher under its care to take his theological course in 
our own seminary. 

8. Instruct the Board of Trustees of the General Assembly to receive 
any lots or other property in Chicago, which may be given, uncondition- 
ally, for the founding of a theological school in that city. 

9. Urge as great promptness as is consistent with prudence in the 
filling of the chair of Systematic Theology in the theological school at 
Lebanon, Tenn. W. H. Black, Chairman. 

The General A.s.sembly then took rece.ss till 2.30 p.m. 



Wednesday, May 23, 2.30 p.m. 

TIME LIMIT ON SPEECHES. 

On motion, it was determined that during the further sittings 
of the General Assembly all speeches, except those made by the 
chairman of committees, shall be limited to five minutes. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION. 

The Committee on Education submitted a report, which was 
amended and adopted as follows : 

To the Moderator and Members of the Ijeneral Asseuibly. 

The Committee on Education respectfulh' report as follows: 
We deem it unnecessary to call your attention to the great importance 
of our educational enterprises. We feel assured that you will heartily 
indorse our words when we say that the great need of our times is men 
and women who have received their training in Christian schools under 
the guidance of cultured Christian teachers. The highest end of education 
is the full and complete development of all the noblest powers of mind 
and heart, the building up of character pure and true, solid and enduring, 
noble and strong — Christlike. Such character is not likely to be built up 
except in the light of BiV)]e study, under the influence of right methods 
and Christian teaching. A great need of the Church is clear, pointed, 
practical, broad, scholarly, comprehensive pulpit work. We may scarcely 
hcjpe to attain this excellence without such training as may be had in our 
Christian colleges. We would, therefore, in this report, give great 
emphasis to the thorough college training of our young men, that our 



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pulpits may be filled by men strong in mental and spiritual power — men 
who are .able to seize the fountains of power in logic, science, and litera- 
ture, and transform them into a glowing spiritual life; men who are able 
with a voice of victory to plant our standards in the great cities, the 
" storm centers," the centers of population, wealth, and influence. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION'. 

We have befo:-e us the 13th Annual Report of the Board of Education. 

We recommend that you approve the election of Rev. I. D. Steele as 
a member of the Board to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of 
Rev. J. L. Alexander. 

We heartily recommend the adoption of the recommendations of the 
Board found on page 3 of the report, in substance as follows : 

1. That you require your Presbyteries to use greater diligence in 
securing offerings from every Church,- Sunday-school, and Endeavor Soci- 
ety throughout their bounds within the period for education. May and 
June ; the preachers being urged to exercise the utmost vigilance in secur- 
ing the best results by vigorously executing the envelope system. 

2. That you suggest to the Presbyteries the propriety of organizing 
educational societies in their larger congregations whenever and wherever 
found practicable. 

3. That you earnestly impress upon your Presbyteries the importance 
of prayer for our young preachers and of preaching sermons in the interest 
of education. 

4. That you instruct your Presbyteries to use great caution and dis- 
crimination respecting the character of the men inducted into the gospel 
ministry and in recommending candidates to the Board for aid. 

W> further recommend that you urge upon j'our Presbyteries the 
importance of a permanent Committee on Education in each Presbytery 
to aid the Board in securing oflFerings from the Churches, Sunday-schools, 
and Endeavor Societies, and in securing individual offerings and bequests 
to this cause. 

PERMANENT FIND OF THE BOARD. 

We have had referred to us resolutions respecting the loan of this 
fund at 10 per cent interest and on the basis of not over 50 per cent of the 
valuation of the real estate by which the fund shall be secured, the 
estimate of the value to be made by the Board. Not deeming it advisable 
to take action in this matter, we recommeiid that you leave it entirely to 
the wisdom and discretion of the Board. 

INTER-COLLEGE ASSOCIATION. 

We have a tabulated statement of the condition of the six institutions 
of learning composing this association, viz.: Cumberland University, 
Waynesburg College, Lincoln University, Missouri Valley College, Bethel 
College, and Trinity University. We recommend that this statement be 
printed in the Appendix of the Minutes of the General Assembly. 

We make the following summary : Literary students, 1,172 ; law, 74 ; 
theological, including all candidates and licentiates, 118; professors, 46 ; 
tutors, 18; expenses, S37.140: receipts, $37,317; productive endowment, 



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$271,000; non-productive, $145,000; additions to endowment, $5,608; 
buildings and grounds, $375,000. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

Cumberland University. — The report from this institution is very gratify- 
ing. We are pleased to note that the College for Young Ladies has been 
made an Annex of the University, which we hope is a step toward the full 
realization of co-education in that famous institution of learning. By this 
arrangement two additions have been made to the University faculty, viz., 
Prof. Lacy Rice, English and English Literature, and Prof. B. S. Foster, 
Assistant in Languages, which appointments we recommend that you 
approve. 

We also recommend that you heartily indorse the action of the Chan- 
cellor of the University in securing from the War Department the assign- 
ment of an officer for duty at the L'niversity to teach military science and 
tactics. We are also pleased to note that the new building is rapidly 
advancing toward completion, and we would urge, through the Presby- 
teries, the friends of the University to rally to its support with their 
prayers, their sympathies, and their means. 

Missouri Valley College. — The catalogue of this institution gives evidence 
of thorough organization, scholarly work, and vigorous administration. 
We are rejoiced to note that the Bible has a place in the course of instruc- 
tion in this College. 

Bethel College. — President T. H. M. Hunter aided by five other teachers 
is doing a good work. 

Waynesburg College and Lincoln University report through the Inter- 
College Association. 

Trinity University reports a good year, with ten A B. graduates and two 
post-graduates. Statistics for the above named colleges are given in the 
report of the Secretary of the Inter-College Association. 

Arkansas Cumberland College. — Buildings and equipment, $22,500 ; 
endowment in notes, real estate, etc., $32,000; expenses, S4,500 ; teachers, 
7; students, 140; candidates for the ministry, 5; aid given to candidates 
in tuition and local assistance, $305. 

Cumberland Presbyterian Seminary, Piedmont, Ala. — Teachers, 5 ; pupils 
enrolled, 200; candidates for the ministry, 6; property in real estate 
estimated at $50,000 ; liabilities, $12,000. 

Parsons College. — Prof. W. A. Erwin, President, 275 pupils enrolled, 
3 candidates for the ministry, 7 teachers, and property valued at 86,000. 

Union Female College. — Prof. A. N. Eshman, President, reports 70 
boarding pupils, the largest number in the history of the school. The 
present buildings being too small for the prospect of increased attendance 
and for other reasons not stated, the matter of re-location has been under- 
taken with excellent propositions from Meridian and West Point, Miss., at 
one of which points it is probable that the school will be located. 

We have no communications from Auburn Seminar}^ Cumberland 
Female College, Southern Illinois College, Texas Female Seminary, Buffalo 
Gap College, and other schools not herein named. 

School for Young Preachers (colored). — We have had referred to us the 



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report of the oomuiission appointed by a previous General Assembly 
with powers enlarged by a later General Assembly to confer with a com- 
mission appointed by the General Assembly (Colored) in establishing a 
school for the education of young preachers of the Cumberland Presbyte- 
rian Church (Colored). The commission, Drs. C. H. Bell and J. M. Gill, 
ask that you accept their resiijnations and appoint Rev. J. W. Caldwell 
and Ruling Elder C. L. Xolin to fill the vacancy. We recommend that you 
grant the request, and that you approve of the selling of the property at 
Bowling Green, Ky., and of the selection of Huntsville, Ala., as a favorable 
place for this .school. 

CONCLVSIOX. 

Your committee are of the opinion that there is much to encourage 
us. AVitl) a Board wise in planning and diligent in raising means to assist 
in the education of our young men, we hope for large results. All along 
the line of our educational institutions there is progress. Our colleges 
rank among the leading institutions of the country. Their standards are 
high. AVe have strong faith and firm hope of final success. AVe rejoice in. 
the prospect of increased facilities and of greater and more i^ermanent 
growth in all departments of our educational work. " We thank God and 
take courage." D. .S. Bodenhamer, Chairman. 

The following amendment was adopted : 

We recommend that the Trustees of Cumberland University be 
requested to open all its departments to young w'omen on equal terms 
with young men, making the institution in all respects co-educational. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS. 

The report of the Committee on Mission.s w-as again taken 
up, and it was adopted as follows : 

To the General As^eiiitily of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

Fathers and Brethren : — The mission of the Church of the living 
God in the w^orld is Missions. Her supreme duty is to see that the mes- 
sage of .salvation is proclaimed to every living creature, and thereby make 
disciples of all the nations of the earth. 

Christ gave more specific instructions touching this phase or manifes- 
tation of the life of the church than to any other aspect of her work. He 
even put this office of the church on the same exalted plane as an essen- 
tial factor in the scheme of redemption with his tragic death and trium- 
phant resurrection, when he said. Thus it is written and thus it behooved 
Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day, anti that repent- 
ance and remission of sins should be preached in his name among all 
nations, beginning at Jerusalem. Then realizing the compass of this 
awful commission with which he was entrusting his faithful little band of 
followers, he said. Behold, I send the promise of my Father upon you ; 
but tarry ye in Jerusalem until ye be endued with power from on high. 
Then go ye, therefore, into all the world and preach the gospel to every 
creature, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and 
of the Holy Ghost ; teaching them to observe whatsoever I have com- 



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manded j'ou ; and lo, I am with you alway, even to tlie end of the gen- 
erations, or of the ages. The terms of this commission are so clear and 
unmistakable in their meaning that there is no shelter for a shirking 
Church behind any doubt or uncertainty as to what the Master requires 
of her along this line of her duty, that your committee feel constrained 
to say, that the church when it fails to yield prompt obedience to her 
Lord in the matter of evangelizing the world in its broadest sense, fails to 
fulfill the mission for w'hich she was established and is doomed to shrivel 
and die, as well as ignominiously fail in whatever other enterprises she 
may undertake. 

That the Church of Christ in the world has been and still is, to a fear- 
ful extent, unconscious of the magnitude and grandeur of her commisson, 
as well as of her tremendous obligations and responsibilities arising there- 
from needs no further proof th^n the awful fact, that now in the lingering 
evening twilight of the last decade of the nineteenth century of the 
Christian era fully three-fourths of the human family are still sitting in 
darkness and the shadows of death, without ever having heard the glad 
tidings that Christ was born. That our branch or department of the great 
Church of God is almost criminally indifferent and unconcerned about 
the important mission with which her Lord and .Master has entrusted her 
is evidenced by the small pittance given for missions this year — the vast 
number of congregations that have failed to make an offering for this 
glorious work of extending the kingdom of Christ in the world. Your com- 
mittee feel as they stand on the very crown of the sublime altitude of this 
grandest of the centuries facing the future with its magnificent possibili- 
ties, that it is time for us as a Church to shake off our swaddling clothes and 
be prepared now to make a forward move all along the line, bearing the 
banner of the Cumberland Presbyterian Division of the Lord's Army with 
a determination to plant it this year in many cities where it never has 
been unfured. 

FOREIGN FIELDS. 
Japan. 

Our work in Japan has been a great blessing to the Church at home 
from its incipieucy to the present, and it is now watched with much in- 
terest and prayer. The success of our missionaries there inspired us, as a 
Church, with the desire and determination to take our stand side by side 
with other denominations in the forward move upon the heathern world, 
and capture it for Christ our king, as we never did before we entered that 
field. But your committee are painfully impressed with something akin to 
conviction that we are losing our grip on that interesting country. It is 
the profound conviction of j'our committee that we should by all means 
stimulate and intensify the interest of the Church in this important field 
until the gospel of the blessed Lord is preached in the innermost parts of 
the Empire, and the inhabitants shall know Him from the least to the 
greatest. 

Mexico. 

We rejoice at the unnustakable signs of progress in our work in 
Mexico. While the very nature of the work in all Roman Catholic Coun- 
tries is necessarily slow, yet its accomplishment here when achieved will 



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open the door of Central and South America and make the Western 
Hemisphere Christian from the Artie to the Antarctic Oceans. 

Let us pray and pay to push our work in Old Mexico until Christ enters 
every breast that bears the crucifix, and the idolatry of Romanism is re- 
moved forever from these our nearest neighbors. 

Our missionaries among the Indians are faithful and consecrated to 
their work, and God graciously seals their labors with gratifying results. 

Ho.ME Missions. 

It is a source of great encouragement to find that three of our home 
fields have during the past year become self-sustaining, and it is the judg- 
ment of your committee that the Board should as speedily as possible con- 
sistently Avith the safety of the work, press every field under its care to- 
ward self-support. And that the future policy of the Board should be as 
far as practicable to leave all the towns and country villages to the care of 
the Presbyteries and Synods within whose bounds they are located, and 
direct its attention to concentrate its energies and efibrts in the large 
cities, and with dauntless courage and unfaltering faith in God and the 
gospel plant our church in every one of the great cities, especially of the 
new West, where property can be so easily acciuired, and the growth of 
values and of population is so wonderfully rapid. 

We are profoundly impressed with the opportunity which the Pacific 
Slope offers our Church at the present moment, and it appears to us that 
the Master has providentially brought this General Assembly here at this 
time to see the open door which we are invited to enter. Now is the time 
to establish our Church in San Francisco, Portland and Seattle, and the 
opportunity must not be allowed to pass through our hands. The breth- 
ren of the Coast have done nobly, and are worthy of the warmest com- 
mendation of the Church. 

We recommend — 

1. That the Missionary Record be placed in the hands of all the fami- 
lies of the congregations by the pastors and sessions as far as practicable. 

2. That Presbyteries and Synods be urged to hold missionary rallies 
at their meetings. • 

3. That Presbyteries be ordered to require ministers and sessions of 
all the congregations within their bounds to make systematic offerings for 
the support of missions. 

4. That, the first Sabbath in September be consecrated as a day of 
prayer for missions. 

5. That we recommend the Board to enter China or Africa or both as 
a new field for missionary operation at the earliest possible moment. 

6. That San Francisco be the first special eff'ort by the Board after 
the Chicago lot has been paid for, and that no time be lost before provision 
is made for the balance unpaid on said Chicago lot. 

7. That every encouragement be given the brethren in Denver to 
secure funds for the establishment of our work there, as the present 
seems to be the golden opportunity to begin operations. 

8. That in view of the diminished interest in the work of the Board of 
Church Erection Presbyteries be directed to require ministers and 



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Church sessions to see that their congregations make a regular offering 
for the work of this Board and the Secretary continue the effort to collect 
all notes and moneys promised this Board. 

9. That the Board be instructed to use moneys coming to its hand 
only for the jiurposes for which they were contributed. 

10. That yoii indorse the election of the Rev. W. T. Ferguson to suc- 
ceed J. L. Secor, Esq., as member of the Board of Missions, and also the 
securing of Rev. J. W. Laughlin as Superintendent of Missions. 

11. That the first week in the month of September in each year be 
set apart as a week of self-denial for the cause of missions. 

Respectfully submitted. H. S. Williams, Chairman. 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON OVERTURES (No. 6). 

The Committee on Overtures submitted the following report 
No. 6, which was adopted : 

Majority Report. — We have before us petitions from the Kansas 
Synod and the Sangamon Presbyterj' asking that the Boards of Education 
and Ministerial Relief be instructed to employ one s^cretarj' for the joint 
Boards. We recommend that the petitions be granted, and that a com- 
mission consisting of Revs. E. G. McLean, D.D., J. D. Gold, J. V. Steph- 
ens, R. W. Binkley, and Ruling Elder John M. Gaut, be appointed to 
arrange the details of this arrangement, and to signify the place of 
residence of the secretary. Be it further ordered that the two Boards 
mentioned meet in joint session at as early a date as possible, and select 
a secretary, fixing his salary at not more than .$1,500. 

W. T. Ferguson, Chairman. 
A. L. Barr, 
W. F. Sharp, 

J. L. RUFFIN, 

R. W. Lewis. 

Minority Report. — In response to the petition from Kansas Synod 
and the Sangamon Presbytery asking that the Board of Education and 
Ministerial Relief be conducted under one Secretary, we beg leave to 
make this report for the following reasons, viz. : 

1st. That the work of the Boards is dissimilar, and therefore the 
usefulness of both would be destroyed. 

2d. That such a stej) would be a public acknowledgment to the 
world that instead of being a growing we are a shrinking Church. 

3d. That as the material part of the petition can be granted (viz., 
reduction of expenses), and the Boards still maintain their integrity, we 
would recommend that the salaries of the Secretaries be reduced in the 
same ratio that business corporations have adopted. 

Respectfully submitted. W. P, Winans, 

A. S. Hayter. 

The Majority report was adopted. 



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REPOET OF THE COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY (Nds. 2, 3, 4, 5). 

The Committee on Judiciary presented the following reports 
(Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5), which were adopted: 

Report No. 2. — Your committee have considered the memorial sub- 
mitted to them, asking for a definition of the phrase "promiscuous 
dancing" contained in a former deliverance of your reverend body, and 
while this is not strictly a matter of legal cognizance, we beg to say that 
in our opinion the expression referred to should be understood to mean 
mixed dancing, confused dancing, indiscriminate dancing, and dancing 
in which both sexes engage. In short, any dancing which cannot be con- 
scientiously commended by an upright, consecrated member of the Cum- 
berland Presbyterian Church. H. H. Buquo, Chairman. 

Report No. 3. — Your Committee on Judiciary to whom was referred 
a memorial from Memphis Presbytery asking an order for the sale of a 
certain lot of land in the town of Covington, Tipton County, Tenn., and 
also for the distribution of the proceeds, would respectfully report that in 
the absence of the title papers or other accurate information as to all the 
conditions in the deed to said lot, it might be imprudent to order any dis- 
position of the property. We therefore recommend that no deliverance 
be made in these premises until the forthcoming of the title papers or 
copies thereof. H. H. Buqi^o, Chairman. 

Report No. 4. — In the matter of the appeal of Rev. D. T. Waynick 
and others against the action of the Synod of Tennessee in the matter of 
the election of Rev. J. H. W. Jones as a commissioner to the General 
Assembly of 1893 by Obion Presbytery, in the Synod of Tennessee, your 
Judiciary Committee desire to submit the following report : 

At the meeting of Obion Presbytery in March, 1893, Rev. J. H. W. 
Jones was elected a commissioner on the part of the ministry to the 
General Assembly at Little Rock, Ark. After the adjournment of the 
Presbytery, the moderator. Rev. J. A. McDonald, entertaining conscien- 
tious scruples as to the eligibility of Rev. J. H. W. Jones to serve as such 
commissioner, on the alleged ground that said Jones lived in St. Louis, 
Mo., outside of the bounds of the Presbytery, declined to sign his creden- 
tials as such commissioner. 

Thereupon by proper proceedings a called meeting of the Presbytery 
was had for the purpose of considering the former action of the Presby- 
tery in electing said Jones. At this special meeting of Presbytery, held at 
Rives, Obion County, Tenn., March 30, 1893, the former action of the Pres- 
bytery in electing said Jones was ratified and the moderator directed to 
sign the credentials of Rev. J. H. W. Jones as such commissioner. From 
this action of the Presbytery, Elder T. J. Latimer prayed and obtained an 
appeal to the next session of the Synod of Tennessee. The moderator, 
Rev. J. A. McDonald, declined to sign the credentials, as ordered, and re- 
signed as moderator, and Rev. S. H. Braly was elected moderator and signed 
the credentials. To this action Elder T. J. Latimer and Rev. J. A. McDonald 
entered a protest. Pending the appeal to the Synod of Tennessee, before 



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the Synod acted thereon, Rev. J. H. W. Jones, as such commissioner, ap- 
peared in the General Assembly, at Little Rock, Ark., and presented his 
credentials as a commissioner representing Obion Presbyterj'^ on the part 
of the ministry. Objection was made to his being seated and the attention 
of the General Assembly called to the protest. The General Assembly? 
having full jurisdiction of the question of the eligibility of its own mem- 
bers, decided that the Rev. J. ti. W. Jones was entitled to his seat as such 
commissioner in the General Assembly, and seated him, and he served as 
a member of said General Assembly. 

At the meeting of the Synod of Tennessee, in October 1893, the Synod 
decided that the action of the Obion Presbytery in electing Rev. J. H. W. 
Jones, as such commissioner, was irregular and erroneous. From this 
action of the Synod Revs. D. T. Waynick and S. H. Braly prayed an appeal, 
and notified the Synod of the appeal, but did not within proper time file 
with the clerk of the Synod or the moderator of the Synod notice of the 
reasons for the appeal, but filed the notice with the Stated Clerk of the 
General Assembly. 

Your committee are of opinion, and so report, that the action of the 
General Assembly of 1893 in seating said Jones was a final and conclusive 
settlement of the question of the right of said Jones to a seat in said 
General Assembly, and there is now nothing before this General Assem- 
bly for settlement. If it should be attempted by this proceeding to have 
this General Assembly determine the abstract question of the right of 
Rev. J. H. W. Jones as a member of Obion Presbytery, or whether he has 
forfeited his rights by removal from the bounds of the Presbytery without 
proper authority, your committee are of opinion, and so report, that 
this case does not present these questions for discussion in the proper 
manner. 

In this view of the case we recommend that no further action be taken 
in the matter by this General Assembly. Your committee by this report 
do not determine whether Rev. J. H. W. Jones is or is not a member of 
Obion Presbytery, as that question is not now properly before the General 
Assembly for decision. H. H. Buquo, Chairman. 

Report No. 5. — The Committee on Judiciary to whom was referred 
^the memorial from Marshall Presbytery, and the complaint of Rev. J. A. 
McKamy touching the submission of an amendment to the Constitution 
on the woman eldership question, report that the same have been consid- 
ered and we respectfully recommend that your reverend body take no 
further steps at this time toward submitting such amendment. 

Respectfully submitted. H. H. Buquo, Chairman. 

REPORT ON FEDERATION— LAST GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

The undersigned members of the Committee on Federation appointed 
by the last General Assembly beg leave to report : 

A meeting of the representatives of the several ecclesiastical bodies 
interested in this movement was- held in the city of Philadelphia, April 
12, 1893. Both of us were prevented by other engagements from attend- 



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ing the meeting. A communication was sent to the committee represent- 
ing the readiness of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church to join in any 
movement that promised to promote the interests of our Master's kingdom 
and the work of the Churches composing the Presbyterian family. By 
request Dr. W. H. Black, one of the representatives of our denomination 
in the Executive Commission of the Presbyterian Alliance, was present at 
this meeting, and supported the sentiment expressed in this written com- 
munication, and by courtesy of the committee joined in its deliberations. 
The results of this meeting are before you in the communication from the 
chairman of the committee, Dr. Patterson. W. J. Darby, 

J. M. HlBBERT. 

The General Assembly then took recess till 8 p.m. 



Wednesday, May 23, 8 p.m. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON DECEASED MINISTERS. 

The Committee on Deceased Ministers submitted the follow- 
ing report, which was adopted by a rising vote, and Rev. A. S. 
Hayter led the General Assembly in prayer, after which the 
General Assembly joined in singing the hymn, " My days are 
gliding swiftly by," etc. 

Your Committee on Deceased Ministers would submit the following 
report : 

From the best information at hand the number of deceased ministers 
is not 80 great this year as last, yet we are sad to learn that quite a num- 
ber of our fellow laborers have been called from their work on earth to 
the rest that remains for the people of God. 

It is with sadness that we look upon the names of so many that will 
meet with us no more until we meet in the General Assembly above. 

Among the number we would call special attention to the name of 
Rev. J .R. Brown, D.D., a name so familiar to us all. Though dead, 
through his writings, he shall yet speak. 

We bow submissively to the will of our Master, who doeth all things 
well, hoping that others may be called to fill the places of these brethren 
in the vineyard of our Lord. 

The mortuary is as follows : 

Mortuary Li.st 1894. 
Name. Prfhytery. Dale. 

A. McNamar California , . 

G. P. Hastings Elk December 20, 1893. 

H. B. HoLLiNswoRTH Bartholomew .January 31, 1894. 

E. M. Thomas Washington April 14, 1894. 

J. E. Lowrance McMinnville , 1893. 

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W. W. Spence - West Prairie September, 1893. 

W. H. Cook West Plains January 10, 1894. 

G. M. Hunt McLin August 16, 1893. 

M.L.Carter Pease River Decembers, 1893. 

R. H. Caldwell Kentucky November 16, 1893. 

T. A. Welsh Athens August, 1893. 

A. F. Fuller Iowa March, 1894. 

J. R. Brown, D.D Rushville November, 1893. 

J. N. Barr Springfiehl February 9, 1894. 

S. B. West Knoxville June 22, 1893. 

M. W. WiLKERSOx Knoxville January 13, 1894. 

W. S. Baits Sangamon , . 

G. W. Reynolds Sangamon , . 

Wm. Denby Ozark June, 1893. 

J. A. CoKER Red Oak June 1, 1893. 

D. C. KiNNARD Waco October, 1893. 

C. R Van Emmon Little River November 24, 1893. 

R. J. Orr Richland January 15, 1894. 

W. M. Zarecor Obion September 10,1893. 

E. P. Henderson, D.D Willamette March 9, 1894. 

B. H. PE.uiSON, D.D Porter November -'2, 1893. 

J.B.Gentry Arkansas July 19, 1893. 

W. W. Hendrix, D.D Lebanon August 16, 1893. 

W. A. Haines LeVianon January 9, 1894. 

John Caldwell Alabama , . 

Thomas McCluney Springville , . 

Daniel Patton Platte October 1, 1893. 

W. C. Cannon White River December -,1893. 

W. H. Baldridge Dallas May 15, 1894. 

James Whitlock Foster February 28, 1894. 

Q. D. Elder Greer County May 15, 1893. 

Asa further manifestation of our love for our departed brethren, we 
recommend : 

1. That an opportunity be given to the members of this General 
Assembly to indulge in three minute talks in respect to the life and deeds 
of these noble ministers. 

2. That we extend our sympathy to the families and friends of these 
sainted lirethren. 

3. That we extend our sympathy to the churches that these brethren 
served, hoping that their words may yet live in the memory of all who 
have heard them preach the gospel of Christ. 

4. That the Stated Clerk of the General Assembly be authorized to 
add other names of <leceased ministers which may have been omitted or 
overlooked by your committee in the foregoing list. 

5. That in the adoption of this report the General Assembly shall sing 
an appropriate song, and offer prayer to the Great Ruler of heaven and 
earth, who is the Resurrection and the Life. S. Finis King, Chairman. 

[A complete list wili be found on the Mortuary page, Gone Before.] 



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EEPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CORRESPONDENCE. 

The report of the Committee on Correspondence on the sub- 
ject of the " Federation of the Reformed Churches in the United 
States holding the Presbyterian System," was again taken up, 
and after discussion of the same, the report was withdrawn, and 
the subject of " Federation " was referred to a special committee 
provided for in the resolution of Rev. J. L. Goodknight, D.D. 

The following is the resolution : 

Resolved, That a committee of five be raised to whom shall be referred 
the whole matter of the Federation of the Presbyterian Churclies, and that 
said. committee shall report to the next General Assembly. 

The committee is as follows : Revs. A. B. Miller, D.D., B. D. 
Cockrill, R. M. Tinnon, D.D., and Ruling Elders E. E. Beard 
and W. E. Settle. 

[The Plau of Federation will lie fouml on page 12 of these Minutes. — T. V. B., S. C] 



Thursday, May 24, 8.30 a.m. 
The General Assembly met and was opened with prayer. 
One half hour was spent in devotional exercises. 
Minutes of yesterday were read and approved. 

REPORT ON ORPHANS' HOME. 
The following report on " Orphans' Home " was adopted : 

Your Committee on Orphans' Home for the Cumberland Pres1)yterian 
Chui'ch beg to submit the followin.": : 

Our committee having been appointetl just as the last General Asseml^ly 
adjourned, we had no opportunity of doing anything before we returned 
to our homes ; together with this, the exceeding closeness of money mat- 
ters has greatly hindered our work. Still we find the interest in this 
matter growing. We have had various offers for the support of this work, 
but having no authority to receive property we have not })een able to 
accept. Therefore — 

1. We would ask further time. 

2. That you give the committee sucli authority as may be necessary to 
secure property in the name of the Church for this work. 

3. That they may inaugurate such other measures as maybe necessary 
to put the work in successful operation. 

This is not to impose any debts on the General Assembly. 

G. B. Russell, Cliairman. 
H. H. BuQuo, 
G. A. Bl.\ir. 



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FRATERNAL GREETINGS. 

Rev. W. H. Black, D.D., was appointed to bear the Fraternal 
Greetings of this General Assembly of the United Presbyterian 
Church now in session at Albany, Ore. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON OVERTURES (No 7). 

The following report (No. 7) of the Committee on Overtures 
was adopted : 

Your Committee on Overtures, in the matter of consolidation of 
Boards, etc., would report as follows: We recommend that the Boards of 
Education and Ministerial Relief be insiructed to employ one secretary for 
the joint Boards, and that said secretary have his office at Evansville, Ind. 
We further recommend that the two boards meet in joint session at as 
early a date as practicable and select a secretary, fixing his salary at not 
more than $1,500. We further recommend that the salary of the Stated 
Clerk of the General Assembly be reduced to *S00 per annum. 

W. T. Ferguson, Chairman. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. 

The Committee on Finance submitted a report, which was 
amended and adopted as follows : 

Dear Brethren: — We have carefully examined the accounts of the 
Stated Clerk. We find them correct. He has collected from May 1st, 
1893, to May 1st, 1S94, #:>,4()1.40, paid out $3,544.27; balance due Stated 
Clerk, $82.87. 

We have had subndtted to us a memorial from Sangamon Presbytery 
asking that the expenses of the retiring Vloderator to this General Assem- 
bly be paid by the General Assendily. We recommend that said memorial 
be not granted. 

We recommend the accounts of Revs. E. G. McLean, D.D., $1(5.30, and 
R. W. Binkley, #3.25 — total,. "?Ut. 55 — for expenses as members of Committee 
to visit Theological Seminary at Lebanon, be paid. 

It may be out of the province of this committee, but we cannot jefrain 
from recommending to this General Assembly and its various Boards the 
importance of economizing, and wherever it is practicable to consolidate 
their work so as to employ as few ]tersons on salary as possible. 

H. H. Norm .AN, Chairman. 

The following telegram of fraternal greetings from the 

General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United 

States of America was read and referred to the Committee on 

Correspondence : 

Saratoga, N. Y., May 24, 1894. 

To the Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly, Eugene, Ore. : 

The General Assembly at Saratoga sends fraternal greetings. 

S. A. Mutchmore, Moderator. 
Wm. H. Roberts, Stated Clerk. 



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Thursday, May 24, 2 p.m. 

AN ADDRESS ON THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION. 

The following resolution presented by Rev. J. S. Grider, 
D.D., was adopted : 

Resolved, That Rev. J. M. Hubbert, Dean of the Faculty of the Theo- 
logical Seminary, be requested to deliver an address before the General 
Assembly at its next meeting in Meridian, Miss., on Theological Education 
and the interests of our Theological Seminary ; said address to be given on 
the first day of the General Assembly's sittings (Thursday) at 8 o'clock p.m. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON CORRESPONDENCE (Nos. 3, 4). 

The following reports (Nos. 3 and 4) of the Committee on 
Correspondence were adopted : 

Report No. 3. — Your Committee have returned the following answer 
to the telegram of greeting from the Methodist Episcopal Church, South: 

Eugene, Ore., May 21, 1894. 

Rev. Sam P. Jones, Memphis, Teun : 

The General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church 
heartih' reciprocates your fraternal greeting. 

Respectfully Submitted. D. E. Bushnell, Chairman. 

Report No. 4.— Concerning a communication from the " United Christ- 
ian Commission," referred to us, j^our committee recommend, 

( 1 ) That you hereby expre.ss your cordial sympathy with the work of 
the Commission in its organized endeavor to improve the moral condition 
of our soldiers and sailors. 

(2) That you hereby appoint Revs. J. W. McKay, Henrj^ C. Bird, and 
U. W. McMillan, as the Co-operative Committee asked for in the com- 
munication. Respectfully submitted, D. E. Bushnell, Chairman. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE TO RAISE SALARIES. 

The Committee appointed at the last General Assembly to 
raise the salaries of two additional professors in the Theological 
Seminary submitted the following report which was adopted : 

To the Moderator and Members of the General Assembly. 

Your committee appointed at Little Rock in 1893 to raise money for 
the salaries of two additional professors as provided by the report of the 
Committee on Education, beg to report that for several reasons not neces- 
sary to mention, but particularly on account of the general financial panic 
which swept over our land soon after our appointment, we did not take 
any steps to discharge the duties imposed upon us. 

We, the committee, a majority being present, ask to be discharged, 
and recommend that the subject matter herein contained, for the present 
at least, be left entirely with the Board of Education. 

Respectfully submitted, H. H. Buquo, Chairman. 

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REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON PASTORATES AND SUPPLIES. 

The Committee on Pastorates and Supplies submitted their 
report which was read and adopted, and is as follows : 

Y^^ur committee to whom were referred certain resolutions as to 
pastorates, supplies, etc., beg leave to submit the following preamble and 
resolution, and recommend that they be adopted : 

Whereas, It is the duty of the Presbytery to require ministers to de- 
vote themselves diligently to their sacred calling, to take special oversight 
of vacant Churches, to concert measures for the enlargement of the 
Church within its bounds ; in general, to order whatever pertains to the 
spiritual welfare of churches under its care ; and, whereas, there is great 
laxness in this matter on the part of many of the Presbyteries under the 
care of this General Assembly, Churches being allowed to arrange 
for supplies or j^astors almost without regard to the Presbytery, and 
ministers being allowed almost perfect immunity from Presbyterial 
authority in this matter; and, whereas, many Churches becoming vacant 
make announcement of the fact in the Church papers, and often scores of 
applications for the oflSce of pastor or supply are received from ministers 
in all portions of the Church ; and, whereas, this state of things is consid- 
ered detrimental to the cause of Christ and adverse to the up-building of 
the Church ; therefore. 

Resolved, That the Presbyteries under the care of this General As- 
semby be and are hereby instructed : 

1. To require ministers under their care to diligently perform the 
duties pertaining to their sacred calling. 

2. To require as far as possible the installation of pastors in the 
Churches under their care. 

3. To require all their Churches which have no regular pastors to con- 
sult the Presbytery, or a regularly constituted committee thereof, before 
entering into an engagement with a minister. 

4. To appoint ministers to supply such churches as do not have regu- 
lar pastors or do not make request for the ratification of some arrangement 
for supplies at the regular annual meeting of Presbytery. 

5. To appoint a permanent Committee on Pastorates and Supplies to 
■whom all matters pertaining to the relation between ministers and 
Churches which require adjustment in the interim of the meetings of Pres- 
bytery shall be referred. 

6 To see that as far as at all possible every Church has a minister, 
and every minister has a Church. 

7. To require all ministers devoting themselves to evangelistic work to 
do so by authority of and under the direction of the Presbytery. 

T. A. Cowan, Chairman. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CORRESPONDENCE (No. 5). 

The Committee on Correspondence mada the following re- 
port, which was adopted : 



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Report No. 5 — In compliance with your direction your committee 

have sent the following telegram : 

EuiiENE, Ore., May 24, 1894. 

To the Presbyterian Geiieral Assembly, Saratusa, X. Y. : 

The Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly sincerely reciprocates 
vour fraternal greetings. F. R. Earle, Moderator. 

T. C. Blake, Stated Clerk. 

Respectfully submitted. D. E. Bushnell, Chairman, 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON TEMPERANCE. 

The Committee on Temperance submitted the following re- 
port, which was adopted : 

To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

Moderator and Brethren: — Your Committee on Tcmperant'e report 
the following: 

We regard with feelings of hopefulness the growth of the temperance 
sentiment throughout the Church. That advancement is being made is 
evident from several points of view.- The demand is growing constantly 
more imperative that those who seek the ofhce of the ministj-y shall be 
free from the tobacco habit. Temperance study and instruction are occu- 
j>ying a larger place in Sunday-school and Christian EndeaVor work. Our 
Church periodicals are devoting more space to the discussion of questions 
of individual duty in their relation to our. social and national life. As a 
result of this agitation the public conscience is quickened. Men are com- 
ing more clearly to discern their duty and responsibility as Christian 
citizens with reference to the drinking habits of the people and the laws 
which foster and encourage them. 

AVhile emphasizing total abstinence as the obvious duty of all, we 
believe that intemperance finds its chief encouragement and strength in 
the sanctions of law. The i)olicy 0/ legalizing and protecting sin and 
receiving revenue therefrom is so clearly opposed to the plain teachings of 
God's Word and so repugnant to the enlightened Christian conscience of 
this age as to merit the unqualified condemnation of every follower of 
Christ. Fifty years ago Lyman Beecher characterized the liquor seller as 
a trafficker in human blood. And from that day till the present has been 
slowly but surely dawning on the moral perception of the people this 
startling truth, namely, That minister or church-member who by his 
indift'erence, his influence, or his vote helps to perpetuate and protect 
this terrible crime against society, this sin against God — the liquor traffic — 
thereby becomes partaker of other men's sins, and is guilty before God. 
From the logic of this position there is absolutely no escape. We there- 
fore recommend — 

1. That you hereby record your earnest protest against that policy of 
our national government known as the Federal tax on intoxicating liquors, 
whereby this government ami every citizen in your communion possessed 
of the right of suffrage, as an integral part of the government, is made a 
partner in the liquor business ; anrl that you demand that this iniquitous 
partnership shall at once and forever cease. 



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2. That you urge on all your Presbyteries the importance of increased 
activity in the dissemination of temperance literature and of the training of 
the young in the principles of gospel temperance; and that you commend the 
National Woman's Christian Temjierance Union, by whose untiring and 
unselfish efforts scientific temperance instruction has become a part of the 
course of study in the Public schools of some thirty six States in the union. 

3. That you declare as the solemn conviction of this General Assembly 
that no man nor party which refuses or fails to assume an attitude of open 
and uncompromising hostility toward the liquor traffic should expect or 
receive the vote of any Christian citizen of this country. 

P. A. Rice, Chairman. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 

The Committee on Ministerial Relief submitted the following 
report, which was adopted : 

Moderator and Brethren : — Your Committee on Ministerial Relief 
report that we have carefully and prayerfully considered this important 
interest of the Church, and our hearts swell with the profoundest gratitude 
to Alniightj' God that we are permitted to live in such an age and in such 
a land. In heathen lands to-day the old, the infirm, the lame,, blind, and 
disabled are without hospital, house of refuge, or asylum ; and even in 
this, our own country so blessed with the gospel of Christ and the labors 
of his ministers, only a few years ago our old m.inisters were thrown off, 
after long years of toil and sacrifice, upon the tender mercies of the world, 
or on the care of their friends, or to care for themselves. 

Now, as the Sun of Righteousness rises higher and sheds his beams 
upon the world, the hearts of his people open, and not only the deaf and 
dumb and blind and maimed are kindly cared for, but our old men in 
their declining years, as life's sun almost touches the western horizon, find 
the way lit up by benefactions coming from their dear brethren and sisters 
in the Lord, from the souls which they and others have been instrumental 
in leading to Christ, and from the children's children of those guided to the 
Savior by them in their early ministry. 

It is enough to gladden the heart of an angel to look down upon such 
an organized system of beneficence, arranged by younger brethren for 
these old soldiers of the Cross, and presided over by such men as our 
venerable brother. Dr. Ralston, and distributed by him in whose noble 
and sympathetic heart this great enterprise had its first inception — its Cor- 
responding Secretary. 

When we consider the fearful stringency of finances through the past 
year we have great reason to rejoice that ninetj'-nine families had, through 
this noble organization, a large addition to their home comforts ; and we 
can only deplore the fact that these have not been larger because of the 
negligence and unfaithfulness of the pastors and elders of 1,800 congrega- 
tions that forgot those dear old men still lingering on the border-land, and 
the wives and children of tnose who have already passed over the line and 
are resting under the shade of the trees. 



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Do angels weep ? Dear brethren, look up ! Do the dear departed look 
back and see the sad neglect of those who have been saved through the 
Divine message delivered by men, often at the cost of their lives ? Then 
it is enough to cause angels to weep as they look down upon half the min- 
istry of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church taking absolutely no part in 
this heaven-born enterprise. And shall it always be so ? God forbid ! 
And may the day be just at hand when a chord of sympathy shall bind 
together the whole heart of the Church, and when every member of this 
great body shall do his part. Then will the hearts of God's, servants be 
strengthened, and they will labor with the same assurance of the business 
man with an endowment policy paid up and an ample amount secured for 
his declining days, for a decent burial, and the comf rtable care of his 
family when he is gone. 

One of the wonderful things of to-day is that a minister who is poor, 
and whose salary is little if any more than above a living, will show no 
interest in an institution upon which his own future happiness so much 
depends and that of his family as well. May not we hope that our dear 
brethren in the ministry will soon see that it is their duty as well as their 
highest temporal interest to pay in annually their premium to this great 
heaven-born insurance company, the Board of Ministerial Relief, and let 
that premium go to swell the grand total of the Church's fund for distribu- 
tion among the old and the needy of the families of our dear brethren 
who are just a little older than we, and by thus joining with the laity set 
them such an example as will train them and the rising generation to 
habits of systematic giving to this noble cause ? And to this end we most 
heartily recommend — 

1. That every minister in charge of a Church or Churches take a collec- 
tion for this Board in obedience to this General Assembly ; and that, 
instead of giving as an individual, he join with his church, and by putting 
in his money first, set them the example of giving. He in this way is 
sure to get something at every collection, and will thus place his Church 
on the roll of contributing churches, and his members will be largely 
influenced by his example and his liberality. 

2. That every Presbytery in the Church keep a Standing Committee 
on Ministerial Relief ; and that its chairman be urged to stir up each min- 
ister in chai'ge of a Church, and each Church session without a minister, to 
send up something to the Board, so that each Church in the denomination 
can be enrolled as a contributing Church. 

3. That great care be exercised by Presbyterial committees recom- 
mending beneficiaries to the Board for relief, so that none but the worthy 
may receive this sacred benefaction. 

4. That as it is desirable and also a source of encouragement and 
inspiration to the Church at large to know the utmost extent of the 
Church's liberality and beneficence to this worthy enterprise, we recom- 
mend that beneficiaries of this Board, as far as consistent with the special 
wishes of the donors, report the amounts received by them to the General 
Assembly's Board, that that Presbytery or Church may have due credit 
for it, and that it enter into the general showing from the whole Church, 
with the assui-ance that it shall not be deducted from the small allowance 



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made by the Board unless these private benefattionw seem more than 
sufficient, in the opinion of the Board, for the comfortable maintenance of 
the receiver. 

5. That tlie Board be encourage<l to interest our Sabbath scliools and 
Christian Endeavor Societies in raising funds for this cause. 

6. That the Board be instructed to call upon the women of the Church 
for such things as could be profitably used in the Thornton Home, and 
also for families that cannot go to the Thornton Home ; and that such 
information be given through the Church papers and private correspond- 
ence as will prompt our noble women in their generous disposition to aid 
in this good work. 

7. That all who may be disposed to make large gifts or bequests for 
the endowment of Thornton Home be encouraged to do so. 

And finally, we congratulate the whole Church on having such a Board 
of Managers of so noble an enterprise, and such a man as the present 
Corresponding Secretary to execute and carry out their heaven-directed 
plans. J. L. Cooper, Chairman. 

REPORTS OF SYNODIC AL COMMITTEES. 

The Committee on Mintites of Illinois Synod wa.s read and 
adopted as follows : 

Your Comiuittee having carefully examined the Minutes of Illinois 
Synod find them in harmony with the standard of our Church, and 
very accurately recorded, witli this exception : If it is the custom of the 
Synod to close the session of each day with prayer, the Clerk has failed to 
note the fact. On page 24 there is a petition to the General Assembly in 
the following words : 

Where.as, The meetings of Presbyteries and Synods often bring 
together large audiences which become very greatly interested in missions 
and other causes, and many persons in such audiences would be glad of an 
■opportunity to make a free-will offering, and some of whom will not be 
reached through the ordinary channels of our Church work, therefore, 

Resolved, That our General Asseml)!}- be and is hereby petitioned to 
remove all restrictions as to public collections at these meetings, and thus 
allow the utmost freedom to those conducting them. 

If such restrictions exist, we recommend their removal by the General 
Assembly. A. H. Maxly, Chairman. 

The Committee on Minutes of Pennsylvania Synod was read, 
adopted and is as follows : 

Your Committee on the Minutes of Pennsylvania Synod would ask to 
report as follows: 

We have examined the Minutes of said Synod for the year 1893, and 
find them in good order and no departure from the government of our 
Church, except on page 28 we find the following resolution in which is a 
censure that we think is without constitutional authoritj': 

Resolved, That the roll be called immediately preceding final adjourn- 



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ment, and that all unexcused absentees be placed under the censure of the 
Synod, and their names so published in the Minutes, and that their re- 
spective Presbyteries be notified by the Synod's Clerk of this delinquency. 

AV. H. C. Sandidge, Chairman. 

NO MINUTES TO HAND. 

The following Synodical Committees reported that no Minutes 
had come to hand: Arkansas, Alabama, Indiana, Iowa, Texas. 

MINUTES IN GOOD ORDER. 

The following Synodical Committee reported that the Min- 
utes from the following Synods were in good order : Kansas, 
Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Pacific, and 
Tennessee, 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON SABBATH OBSERVANCE. 

The Committee on Sabbath Observance submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was amended and adopted : 

Your Committee on Sabbath Observance would respectfully submit 
the following report : 

We rejoice that during the last year the Church and the lovers of our 
American institutions, and especially of our holy Sabbath, have gained a 
victory in their struggles to maintain these institutions over rapacity of 
greed, the advocates of the Continental Sunday, and over those who have 
for years striven to force the Church back to the observance of the old 
Jewish Sabbath. AVhile the gates of the World's Great Exposition were not 
literally closed on Sunday, on technical grounds, yet the efforts to secularize 
the day were practically a failure. We rejoice to know that the world was 
made to see and feel that we regarded and reverenced God's holy Sabbath. 
We feel that much good was accomplished by this great effort to mark the 
sacredness of this day. 

If the oft-repeated deli\-erances of this General Assembly, and espe- 
cially that one of the last year, could be sufficiently emphasized and 
impressed upon the minds and hearts of our people there would be little 
left for us to do at this time. 

We recognize the fact that it is not resolutions and reports of com- 
mittees that is to accomplish the reform that is still needed, but the 
earnest, active work on the part of our ministers and officers of the 
Church. Likewise, our Sabbath-school superintendents and teachers 
should strive to lift up the standard of Christian life. 

We should begin in the dawn of this life to educate the young to a 
higher appreciation of the value and sacredness of our Holy Sabbath. It 
must also be felt and appreciated in the home life. We cannot as parents 
and teachers be too careful of our own personal example before the young. 
Solomon says, ''Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is 
old he will not depart from it." To this end we need line upon line 
and precept upon precept. With profound regret we note that in many of 



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the States, and especially in the West, there is no legal restraint 
thrown around this Divinely appointed institution, and in some of those 
that have had such legal protection, it is being withdrawn and the 
tendency is to aljolish the Sabbath as a day of worship and degrade it 
to a common holiday for recreation and amusement. We can but re- 
gard these encroachments upon our sacred institutions as a cause of serious 
alarm. The enemies of our holy Christianity have been free to acknowl- 
edge their inability to overturn our Christian system so long as we hold 
intact and regard with reverence our Christian Sabbath. When we as a 
Church cease to zealously defend and protect our holy Sabbath we have 
lost the sheet anchor of all moral reform. Against this we should raise 
our solemn remonstrance. * 

Open the doors of the saloons and the gates to the baseball grounds 
and the race tracks on Sunday and remove the odium and sin of attend- 
ing such places on the Sabbath, and we have lost, in a great measure, our 
hold upon the young people of the land, and so blight the hope of the 
Church. Therefore, 

Resolved, That we as a Church place ourselves in line and in the front 
rank with all evangelical Churches to strenuously resist any and all 
encroachments upon the sacredness of our holy Sabbath ; and that we dis- 
courage, in every way possible, everything that tends to militate against 
it, such as railroad traffic and travel, excursions, boat rides or buggy 
rides for mere amusement and pleasure, all unnecessarj^ visiting, the bay- 
ing and reading of the Sunday newspaper. More especially would we dis- 
courage the patronage of all business houses that are open on this day 
to invite our trade, except so far as is necessary to maintain health. 

Resolved, That you urge all of your ministers to preach a sermon, 
at least once a year, upon Sabbath observance and set forth the evi- 
dence of the Divine authority of the change from the old Jewish Sabbath 
to the Christian Sabl^ath, thus signalizing the greatest and most hallowed 
day in the history of Redemjjtion — the resurrection of Jesus Christ from 
the dead. God has blessed this day all along down the ages, thus im- 
pressing the people with a sen.se of the authoritj' and sacredness of this 
holy day, with all its blessed associations and uplifting power. 

H. F. Bone, Chairman. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON OVERTURES (No. 8). 

The Committee on Overtures made the following report 
(No. 8) of the vote by the Presbyteries on the Constitutional 
Amendments submitted by the last General Assembly : 

The report of the Stated Clerk of the General Assembly concerning 
the change of the Constitution of the Church relative to the election of 
women to the oflBces of Ruling Elder and Deacon, together with the vote 
of the [Presbyteries upon the same, has been submitted to us. Upon 
examination of said papers we find that the proposition for the change 
has been lost, the vote standing as follow^s : For the first amendment, 15 ; 
for the second amendment 33; against any change, 5(i. Presbyteries not 
voting, 22. W. T. Ferguson, Chairman. 



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REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE ON SYSTEMATIC BENEFI- 
CENCE. 

The Standing Committee on Systematic Beneficence submit- 
ted the following report, which was adopted : 

Your Committee have had before us the communication from New 
Lebanon Presbytery with reference to Systematic Beneficence. We regret 
very much the condition whicli made it necessary to discbarge the Perma- 
nent Committee on Systematic Beneficence. 

Very early in the history of the Church a systematic plan was enjoined 
for making oft'erings unto the Lord. During the " old dispensation " the 
Jewish Church was required to give one-tenth of their annual income. 
When this waij o1)eyed the Lord prospered the Church, when it was dis- 
regarded the Church was charged with having " robbed God in tithes and 
offerings." 

Systematic Beneficence was also enjoineil under the "new dispensa- 
tion.'' Paul directs the Galatians and Corinthians to make " weekly ofi"er- 
ings." This concise, yet comprehensive, plan contains principles of uni- 
versal adoption. The advantage of such a plan cannot help but result in a 
larger number of contributors, diminish expenses of benevolent societies, 
secure amounts equal to the ability of donors, elevate the standard of 
Christian benevolence and harmonize Christian character with the doc- 
trine of the Bible. 

We recommend, therefore, the appointment of a Permanent Com- 
mittee on Systematic Beneficence consisting of five persons — three minis- 
ters and two laymen, viz: Rev. Chas. Manton, Paris, Tex., President; 
Rev. W. B. Preston, Denison, Tex., Secretary ; Elder T. J. Record, Paris, 
Tex., Treasurer ; Rev. S. M. Templeton, Clarksville, Tex. ; Elder Eh Smith, 
Whitewright, Tex., whose duty shall be to disseminate knowledge and 
create sentiment on the subject of Systematic Beneficence. 

This committee shall be located at Paris, Tex., and shall formulate its 
own constitution and shall make Annual Reports to the General Assembly. 

We recommend that you now receive offerings for the work of the 
committee during its first year, and that this committee be limited to an 
expenditure of one hundred dollars for the first year. 

Respectfully submitted, J. W. Laughlin, tlhairman. 

REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 

WORK. 

The Standing Committee on Christian Endeavor Work sub- 
mitted a report, which was adopted as follows : 

Your Standing Committee on Christian Endeavor have had before 
them the very comprehensive report of your Christian Endeavor Bureau of 
Information and Statistics, appointed one year ago, which report we be- 
lieve reflects great credit upon its compilers, and we are persuaded that 
energetic, persistent effort has been put forth in providing for our consid- 
eration its facts, suggestions, and recommendations. 



58 Minutes of Generai, Av^sembly. [1894. 

I. Statistics. — It is a matter of deep regret that the systematic and 
persistent efforts of the Bureau did not result in eliciting a fuller reply 
from the societies of the denomination ; and your committee insist that 
the imjierative importance of gleaning full statistics the coming year 
should be realized, and an effort to do so be seconded by all pastors and 
officers of the local churches. Statistics gained so far show that there are 
622 Cumberland Presbyterian Societies, 336 of which have reported a mem- 
bership of 12,859, while the estimated membership for the 622 societies can 
safely be placed at about 20,000. An offering of about $500 was made on 
anniversary day, Feb. 4th, to the Chicago lot fund, about 60 societies being 
represented in the contribution. We consider this success in our first 
Christian Endeavor special offering pro]ilietic of far larger sums to be 
raised for special enterprises yet to be designated. 

II. Sug(;estions. — First, your committee apprehend that there is still 
some doubt in the minds of a part of our Cund^erland Presbyterian consti- 
tuency as to the relationship of the society of the Christian Endeavor to the 
local Church. Therefore we would herein emphasize the fact that each 
local Christian Endeavor organization is the child of the Church, and must 
everbe under the control of the Church sessions and subordinate to the 
authority of the Church. 

Second, It is also desirable that the aim of the Y. P. S. C. E. to build 
Christian character and develop spiritual life be not misunderstood, under- 
rated, or disregarded. While the social feature of Christian Endeavor is 
prominent, it is not paramount. 

III. Recommendations. — We recommend, 1. That Ruling Elder A. E. 
Turner, Lincoln, III., Dr. W. J. Darby, and Ruling Elder J. C. McClurkin, 
Evansville, Ind., the Bureau of Information and Statistics appointed by 
the General Assembly last year, become the General Assembly's Perma- 
nent Committee on Christian Endeavor, and that the first named be the 
chairman, the second the General Secretary of Christian Endeavor, and 
the last named treasurer, and that the following persons become Synodical 
corresponding mendjers of the committee, namely : 

Synod of Alabama — J. S. Bridges, Jr., Selma, Ala. 

Synod of Arkansas— Ruling Elder J. H. Ganner, Russellville, Ark. 

Synod of Illinois— Rev. E. M. Johnson, Mattoon, 111. 

Synod of Indiana — Rev. C. B. Wellborn, Evansville, Ind. 

Synod of Iowa — Rev. J. W. Henderson, Nevada, Iowa. 

Synod of Kansas — Ruling Elder A. R. Taylor, Emporia, Kan. 

Synod of Kentucky — Rev. J. L. Robinson, Henderson, Ky. 

Synod of Mississippi — Rev. A. N. Eshman, Oxford, Miss. 

Synod of Missouri — Rev. S. T. Divinia, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Synod of Ohio— Rev. J. G. Miller, Centerburg, O. 

Synod of Oregon— Rev. E. E. Thompson, Woodburn, Ore. 

Synod of Pacific— Rev. E. L. B. McClelland, , . 

Synod of Pennsylvania — Rev. L. W. Lewellen, Wattersburg, Pa. 
S5'^nod of Tennessee — P-^v. W. T. Rodgers, Nashville, Tenn. 
Synod of Texas — Luther Johnson, Corsicana, Texas. 



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2. That since it is not to be expected that tlie secretary can att'or<l 
to devote himself without salary, and since competent help will be 
needed he may provide himself with a necessary assistant, who shall be pHid 
from free-will offerings made by the Christian Endeavor societies of the 
denomination. 

:;. That there be no levying of assessment.'^ by the General A.ssembly's 
Committee, Presbyterial or Synodical unions, but that voluntary offerings 
alone be depended upon for the funds needful in conducting the Christian 
Endeavor work of our Church. 

4. That there should be con ferencer between the several Boards of the 
Church and the General Assembly's Committee before the societies are 
asked to make a contribution, thus avoiding confusion of interests. 

5. That the committee shall appoint annually some one to deliver an 
address before the General Assembly on Christian Endeavor work. 

G. That strictly denominational societies be formed ; and the fact of a 
few ijersons from other churches, associated with a Cumberland Pre.sby- 
terian majority, does not call for the conciliatory policy of a union organ- 
izatif)n. 

7. That a Christian Endeavor Reading Course be provided for our young 
people, looking to their instruction in the history and doctrines of our 
Church, and training them to appreciate and support our general enter- 
prises. 

H. That for the current year you indorse the reading course outlined 
by the Bureau in their report to this General Assembly. 

9. That you adopt the regulations offered by the Bureau and intended 
to govern Cumberland Presbyterian Christian Endeavor societies in their 
work. 

10. That the expense bill, amounting to $64.50 incurred in the prose- 
cution of the work by the Bureau last year, be paid from funds of the 
General Assembly. 

11. That the report of the Bureau of Information and Statistics be 
printed in the Minutes of the General Assembly. R. VV. Lewis, Ch'm. 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OX OVERTURES {'So. 9). 

The Committee on Overtures .submitted report No. 9, which 
was adopted, and is as follows : 

Your committee have had before them a statement from F. M. Moore 
and T. B. Findley, Commissioners to this General A-ssembly, to the effect 
that Kansas Presbytery memorialized the General Assembly to change 
the Synodical lines between Kansas Synod and Missouri Synod so as to 
correspond with the boundary lines between the States of Kansas and 
Missouri. Your committee would report that no such memorial has come 
before it, but from facts gathered by the committee we are satisfied that 
the same was made. We recommend that the petition be granted. 

W. T. Ferguson, Chairman. 



6o Minutes of General Assembly. [1894- 

COMMITTEE TO VISIT THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL. 

The Moderator appointed the following persons on Commit- 
tee to Visit Theological Seminary, with directions to report at 
next meeting of the General Assembly : Rev. B. P. Fullerton, 
of St. Louis, Mo., Rev, J. A. McKamy, of lyouisville, Ky., and 
Frank Slemons, Esq., of Nashville, Tenn. 

APPOINTMENT OF AGENT ON ORPHANS' HOME. 

The following resolution presented by Rev. W. B. Wither- 
spoon was adopted : 

Resolved, That the Rev. G. B. Russell be appointed a financial agent of 
this General Assembly to receive any funds or property that may be 
offered for the proposed Orphans' Home, he being instructed to have deeds 
made to the Trustees of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presby- 
terian Church, and that the committee be encouraged to press forward 
with this work. 

TELEGRAM FROM THE PRESBYTERIAN ALLIANCE. . 

The following telegram was received, read, and ordered 
spread on the Minutes : 

Albany, Ore., May 24, 1894. 
The Moderator of the Cumlierland Presbyterian General Assembly, Eugene, Oregon. 

The Presbyterian Alliance sends greeting, and asks your continued 
interest and co-operation in its work. I regret that it has been impossible 
for me to be present at your meeting. A. G. Wallace, i)eZeg^cite. 

VOTE OF THANKS. 

The following vote of thanks presented by Rev. J. W. Laugh- 
lin was adopted : 

Resolved, That the General Assembly return a vote of thanks to the 
good people of Eugene for their generous hospitality ; to the Trustees of 
the University for the use of the hall ; to the pastors of the city and sur- 
rounding country for the use of their pulpits ; to Miss Ella Lomis, the 
young lady who so kindly presided at the organ ; to the local press for its 
consideration in reporting the General Assembly news ; to the choir for 
the charming music ; to the band who entertained us so pleasantly ; to 
the schools of the city for their visit to the General Assembly ; and to the 
citizens in general who have made our stay so pleasant ; and that we go 
from the city remembering kindly all those who have shown themselves 
so willing to contribute to the enjoyment of our General Assembly on the 
Pacific slope. 

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



i894-] Minutes of General Assembly. 6i 

CALLING THE EOLL. 

The roll was called showing the following members present : 
Ministers R. F. Adair, J. A. Allison, J. T. Bacon, A. L. Barr, 
A. G. Bergen, W. H. Black, D.D., W. D. Blair, D. S. Boden- 
hamer, H. F. Bone, D.D., S. H. Braly, James Brown, D. E. Bush- 
neil, D.D., T. W. Cannon, J. M. Clark, J. D. C. Cobb, H. C. 
Cockrum, D. A. Cooper, J. L- Cooper, D.D., W. E. Copeland, T. A. 
Cowan, W. B. Crawford, J. H. Curry, D. C. De Witt, T. J. Dixon, 
L. Dooley, O. D. Dooley, J. J. Dunham, W. A. Erwin, J. F. 
Fender, W. T. Ferguson, R. B. Flaniken, Benj. Fuller, B. P. 
Fullerton, J. L. Goodknight, D.D., J. S. Grider, D.D., A. S. Hay- 
ter, J. W. Henderson, J. A. Hornbeak, A. B. Johnson, E. M. 
Johnson, J. M. Johnston, W. H. Johnston, J. A. Keaton, J. B. 
Kerr, S. F. King, W. J. Lackey, J. W. Eaughlin, L. W. Lewel- 
len, R. W. Lewis, A. S. Maddox, A. H. Manly, J. E. Martin, W. 
H. McClurkan, E. McCollum, S. H. McElvain, R. H. McHenry, 
J. G. Miller, J. H. Miller, F. M. Moore, J. R. Morris, J. W. 
Mount, J. H. Norman, W. M. Norment, J. R. Patton, W. O. H. 
Perry, W. F. Perry, A. B. Prichard, P. A. Rice, T. J. Richards, 
A. R. Renick, M. W. Robison, G. B. Russell, T. C. Sammons, 
W. H. C. Sandidge, W. H. Shaw, G. H. Silvius, Willis Smith, W. 
H. Stephens, J. L. Stockard, J. C. Van Patton, W. J. Walker, J. A. 
Ward, D.D., B. T. Watson, W. D. Wear, G. W. Williams, H. S. 
Williams, T. N. Williams, G. A. Wilson. W. H. Wilson, W. B. 
Witherspoon, P. W. Wynn, C. A. Wooley. 

Ruling Elders J. N. Baker, F. E. Bell, P. B. Bookman. T. P. 
Boyd, H. H. Buquo, P. R. Byrn, W. M. Carson, I. W. Carson, 
J. C. Cobb, W. R. Cornelius, J. M. Dickson, W. C. Dougherty, 
J. C. Drake. W. H. Farley, G. W. Freeman, J. M. Gaut, Wm. 
Gay, F. M. George, A. Gooding, R. B. Graham, H. R. Harper, 
J. H. Howry, C. L. Keaton, W. T. King, J. P. Kirk, 
H. W. Kruse, Levi Long, A. Low, J. W. McCrae, T. 
J. Middleton, H. H. Norman, W. D. Orr, L. P. Padgett, 
J. W. Pritchett, Geo. L. Porter, W. G. Ralston, A. Red- 
man. J. C. Riggs, B. Robertson, J. L. Ruffin, W. F. Sharp, T. J. 
Shearon, L- H. Skiles, P. W. Simms, Eli Smith, W. H. Trailor, 
W. D. Turner, Jesse Walker, T. A. White, J. W. Williams, J. H. 
Windsor, J. B. Witherington, C. G. Woosley, W. P. Winans. 

RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY. 

The following resolution of sympathy in behalf of Rev. S. A. 
Sadler was, by consent, entered upon the Minutes : 



62 Minutes of General Assembly. [1894. 

Resolved, That the General Assembly hereby expresses its sympathy 
for Rev. S. A. Sadler, a Commissioner from Logan Presbytery, Kentucky 
Synod, who by reason of sickness has been confined to his room in this 
city during the sittings of this body, and has thus been prevented from 
taking his seat as a commissioner. 

RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY— HON. JOHN FRIZZELL. 

After the General Assembly's order for adjournment had 
been passed, a " farewell meeting" was held by commissioners 
and visitors, when the following resolution, offered by Rev. J. 
M. Hubbert, D.D., was unanimously adopted : 

Resolved, That it is with deep pain we, the commissioners and visitors 
to this General Assembly, have learned of the serious illness of Ruling 
Elder John Frizzell,of Nashville, Tennessee, who for ten consecutive years 
most faithfully and acceptably and generously served this General Assem- 
bly as its Stated Clerk, part of the time without compensation, and who 
has also served the denomination with fidelity in various other i)ositions 
of trust and responsibility. We hereby tender to him and his household 
our deepest sympathy for them in this season of affliction, as.siiring them 
that onr earnest prayers shall ascend for his speedy recovery. 

FINAL ADJOUR-VMENT. 

The General Assembly then adjourned to meet in Meridian, 
Miss., the third Thursday in May, 1895, at 11 o'clock a.m., and 
closed with prayer and the bcMediction. 

F. R. EarlE, Moderator. 
T. C. Blake, Stated Clerk. 
J. M. Hubbert, Assistant Clerk. 
Chas. Manton, Assistant Clerk. 
A. G. Bergen, Assistant Clerk. 
W. B. Preston, Assistant Clerk. 



APPENDIX. 



APPENDIX. 



I.-MISSIONS AND CHURCH ERECTION, 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN 
BOARD OF MLSSIONS AND CHURCH ERECTION. 

Submitted to the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presltyterian Church, convened at 
Eugene, Oregon, May, 1894. 

Fathers AND Brethren : — Under the blessings of a kind Providence 
we are permitted to submit the following report : 

The location of our missionaries in Japan is as follows : Osaka — Rev. 
and Mrs. G. W. ^'an Horn, Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Hail, Miss Agnes Morgan, 
Miss Jennie Freeland and Miss Ella Gardner. Kobe — Rev. and Mrs. G. G. 
Hudson. Wakayama — Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Hail. Tanabe — Miss Julia 
Leavitt. Mrs. A.M. Drennan, Miss Rena Rezner and Miss May Morgan 
are, at the advice of their phjsician, in America. Our force in Japan has 
been further depleted during the year by the marriage of Miss Bettie 
Duffield to Mr. Frank Mueller, of the Young Men's Christian Association. 

The Churches. 

The Airene Church, located at Hikata, has a membership of 25. Mis- 
sionary in charge, Rev. G. G. Hudson. 

The Church at Yakkai-ichi has a membership of 31. The average at- 
tendance in Sunday-school is 14. Missionary in charge, Rev. G. G. Hudson. 

Shingu Church has a membership of 79. Average attendance at Sun- 
day-school, 33. Has two weekly prayer meetings and two monthly meet- 
ings. Evangelist in charge, Rev. IS. Ota. 

China Provisional Church has a membership of 34. Average attend- 
ance at Sunday-school, 18. Evangelist in charge, Rev. M. Stugeno. Mis- 
sionaries, Rev. G. G. Hudson and wife and Miss Gardner. 

Wakaj-ama Church has a membership of 35. Average attendance at 
Sunday-school, 50. One weekly meeting, one Ragged School, and one 
Y. P. S. C. E. The Ragged School is supported here by the Woman's 
Work. Evangelist in charge, Rev. Mr. K. Mitani. Missionaries, Rev. and 
Mrs. A. D. Hail. 

Tsu Church has a membership of 17. Average attendance at Sunday- 
school, 16. Evangelist in charge. Rev. J. Matsudi. Missionaries, Mrs. A. 
M. Drennan and Rev. G. G. Hudson. 

Uyeno Church has a membership of 53. Average attendance at Sun- 
day-school, 21. Missionary in charge, Rev. G. G. Hudson. 

East Osaka Church has a membership of 56. Average attendance at 
Sunday school, 46. Five weekly meetings, one missionary jjoint. Evange- 
list in charge, Mr. Oguchi. Missionary, Mrs. A. D. Hail, in charge of 
Woman's Work. Miss Freeland, after a year's residence in Japan, renders 
valuable assistance here. 

Tanabe Church has a membership of 54. Average attendance at Sun- 
day-school, 19. Two weekly meetings. Missionary in charge. Miss Leavitt. 

Adjikaw^a Mission Point has a membership of four. Average attend- 
-ance at Sunday-school, 20. Three weekly meetings. Evangelist in 
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charge, Mr. K. Nishiyama. Missionaries, Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Van Horn. 

Osaka West Church has a membership of 149. Average attendance 
at Sunday-school, 33. Four weekly- meetings. Pastor installed, Rev. S. 
Baba. Missionaries, Mrs. A. D. Hail and Miss Agnes Morgan. 

Work was opened in the Province of Izumi, at Kaizuka, population 
5,000, and Shindachi, population 4,000. Also in the Province of Kii, at 
Kokawa, 3,000, last March. This work has been kept up by monthly 
visits. In Kaizuka and Shindachi there are no Christians. In Kokawa 
there are three believers, and it is the intention as soon as possible to 
locate a native evangelist there. A number of villages centered together 
under the name of Nagataki, in Izumi, has been visited on our tours. At 
all these places our meetings are well attended and good attention is given 
to the preaching of the Word. 

Two Churches, the Ai-ichi of Nagoya and Fukugawa, of Lokyo, were, 
upon application from themselves, by their respective Presbyteries, united 
with their nearest neighboring Churches. The financial and spiritual ad- 
vantages of such an arrangement are very great. It does not reduce the 
working forces of these Churches, but opens more stable channels of use- 
fulness and efficiency. 

In connection with our work there are at present three ordained 
native ministers, of whom one is an installed pastor ; five licentiates ; 
three lay evangelists in charge of work ; five Bible women, and three 
theological students i^ursuing the four years' vernacular course in theo- 
logical schools. Total of Japanese co-laborers, nineteen. These have been 
earnest lal)orers, and merit the prayers, sympathy and confidence of all. 

The Churches have suffered much from absenteeism. Almost every 
congregation has a larger non-resident than resident membership. On this 
account it has been very difficult to give accurate annual statistics, which 
would give a very complete and reliable report of the actual condition of 
things. The larger proportion of those absent still maintain their Chris- 
tian life, and oftentimes appear in unexpected places as " lights " still 
burning. In several instances such have become centers of work with 
encouraging hopes of success. Several of the Churches which have been 
revising their rolls have this year dropped a number of names, so that 
their reports show a net loss for the year. The largest center of member- 
ship is in the City of Osaka, where the number foots up al)ont 250. 
Wakayama is the second center, and numbers with the neighboring Hikata 
and Naza Churches about 120. 

As a mission, also, we contribute our prorata of both men and means 
to the united work in which we are engaged in common with the missions 
of the other Presbyterian bodies. We have, of this work, in the bounds 
of our (Naniwa) Presbytery three such fields. One is Okayama, in 
Okayama-Ken. This is in charge of Rev. Mr. Ishida, former pastor of the 
Wakayama Church. This work sufi'ered severely by the floods of last 
summer, the missionary in charge having lost all of his household goods 
by it. Gifu, the capital of Gifu-Ken, was opened immediately after the 
earthquake. This place sufi'ered fi'om that calamity more severely than 
any other. Tbe work is in charge of an ordained minister, and already 
has a membership of twelve, mostly from the ranks of the more solid 
citizens of the place. * 

The present enrolled number, aside from the two churches which were 
organized but now in other fields than our own, after the revision of the 
rolls to date, is 617. Moneys contributed by the Churches in our field, yen 
740.11. Baptisms, 49. The field covered by the mission work is a large 
one, and on account of the small number of missionaries composing the 
mission, it cannot be worked with that degree of thoroughness which its 
interests demand. The mission, therefore, passed a resolution at its last 
meeting to the effect that it is deemed advisable to gradually establish two 
more stations, one in Wakayama-Ken, and one in Mie-Ken. This of 
course will require a gradual reinforcement tor several years of one or 
more families, and young ladies to accomplish it. 



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Mexico. 

Our Missionaries in Mexico are located as follows : Guanajuato, Rev. 
and Mrs. F. P. Lawyer and two children ; Aguascalientes. Rev. and Mrs. 
H. M. Sharp; La Luz, Miss Mary C. Harris. Rev. and Mrs. F. P. Lawyer 
and Miss Harris, who were at home last year for rest and health, have re- 
turned. Miss Harris is now in charge of "our school at La Luz, and reports 
encouraging proarress in the work. Rev. and Mrs. F. P. Lawyer are doing 
good work at Guanajuato. The force in Mexico has been increased this 
vear by Rev. H. M. Sharp and wife, who entered the field November, 1893. 
Mexico is an open and needy field ; but, as in Japan, we have not been per- 
mitted to see great work accomplished because of the lack of laborers. 
May the Lord lay upon the hearts of many of our young men and women 
the opportunity this field presents for missionary woi'k. 

It is the purpose and the desire of tlie Board, as soon as our force in 
Japan and Mexico can be reinforced, to open mission points in new fields, 
believing that the Church will rally to the support of the Board in such 
an undertaking. We are earnestly praying that the conditims may 
quickly favor such a movement. 

OUR CHURCHES IN MEXICO. 
Gu.\NAJUAT(>. 

In this point there has been a slow but steady growth in all depart- 
ments of the work, with a general increase in attendance and interest. 
With two preaching services on Sabbath, Sunday-school and Christian En- 
deavor meeting, the day is well taken up. The average attendance ranges 
from 12 to 1.5 persons during the day. The Wednesday evening prayer- 
meetings are better attended; due to the fact that there is no service held 
at that hour at the M. E. ]\Iission. At our second quarterly communion 
service, April 1st, three persons were baptized and received as members, 
while another was reclaimed, having been expelled from the other mission 
some two years before, for falling into bad company. This increased the 
active membership of our Christian Endeavor Society to eight persons, 
and the membership of the congregation correspondingly, all of whom 
promptly take part in the meetings, and are very regular in their attend- 
ance. Four or five others wish to be received but their Christian exi)eri- 
ence and knowledge hardly entitles them to membership yet. We are 
planning for a more complete organization of the Sunday-school, and a 
more systematic effort to enlarge tlie work and extend our influence in the 
city. A marked spiritual growth and deeper work of grace in the hearts 
of the members is another encouraging feature of the year's Avork. 

Sax Pedro. 

The school work has gone on in spite of the combined opposition of 
the curate priest and those in charge of the mines. The enrollment and 
daily attendance is a trifle smaller than a year ago. The attendance at 
Sabbath-school and services held twice a week has increased some during 
the year. Owing to the consecrated eflForts of the teachers, who are 
natives, some of the larger scholars are asking to become members, and 
will be received as soon as it is clearly evident that they have experienced 
regeneration from sin. As the i)opulation is wholly of the mining class 
and sadly given to drunkenness, we have not received any adults yet, but 
are waiting until they have grace enough to conquer the lusts of the flesh 
and live soberly. Tlie main prospects in the work at this point lie in the 
training, conversion and salvation of the school children, as is largely the 
case throughout Mexico. 

La Lvz. 

Since the girls' school under the Woman's Board in this place was be- 
gun last July, by Miss Harris, there has been new interest and increased at- 



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tendance in our services. Sabbath-school, and from one to three services 
a week are held ; an attendance of 10 to 30 persons at each service, where 
the seed is sown. Some of the boarding pupils have asked to be received 
as members, but their limited knowledge and experience of the things 
pertaining to salvation, cause us to regard their reception as hardly ex- 
pedient for a while yet, at least. There are 27 names enrolled, against 24 
last year. The school year corresponds with the calendar year in this 
country. Besides the wholesome instruction received by the children, the 
school is breaking down prejudice grounded on ignorance and superetition, 
thus opening the way for the gosi>el in minds and hearts hitherto sealed 
against the truth. The time is now ripe for a school in Aguascalientes, and 
such an enterprise would materially aid our cause in the city of Guanajuato 
at present. 

But the greatest need of the work is more men to open up new fields, 
to help form a Presbytery, ■ to help publi.sh an organ of our Church in 
Spanish, and to carry forward the work on a larger scale. It would give 
our cause a new impetus in Guanajuato to have our own house of worship. 
The M. E. Church now owns nearly $20,000 worth of property in this city 
alone. 

When will our Church enal)le us to buy property in Guanajuato? 
Finally we still continue free instruction in English, but we are not satis- 
fied with the results, and are thinking of abandoning it entirely or con- 
fining it to persons who are willing to attend our services. Thus far only 
two of more than a hundred pupils received in the English classes have 
been converted. This work cannot be kept up much longer without the 
aid of a native helper, and the general work looked after and enlarged as it 
should be. Altogether the work grows more hopeful, permanent and ex- 
tensive with each succeeding year of effort. Our hearts long to see our 
beloved Church taking a more prominent part in the evangelization of this 
needy j^eople. IVIay God help us all to pray and give more for this work. 

IxDi.xN Missions. 

We are unable to report any aggressive movements in our Indian 
Missions. Our only real missionary work is being done among the Choc- 
taws. Rev. A. B. Johnson, and Rev. Martin Charleston, a full-blood 
Choctaw, are employed as raissionaries, and give the whole time of their 
work among the Full-Bloods. We call your special attention to an offer- 
ing of $4.28 per member for Home Missions, by the Stringtown Congrega- 
tion, Choctaw Presbytery, Rev. A. B. Johnson, Pa.«tor. Through the sug- 
gestion of Rev. J. H. Dickerson we have had deeded to .your Board uncoxi- 
ditionally a school building at Kiowa, I. T., Mrs. Martha Thompson 
generously donating the saToe to the Board. This is a building with two 
rooms, equip])ed with blackboards, charts and desks for 75 pupils. The 
school is self-supporting, and a young man and his wife, whom we hope to 
name, can do good work for these people at this place. 

City Mi.ssioxs. 

We have twenty-two City Missions located in the following cities, and 
supplied as indicated: Abilene, Tex , Rev. F. E. Leech; Bessemer, Ala., 
supplied; Chariton, Iowa, Rev. J. W. Henderson; Charleroi, Pa., Rev. U. 
L. Montgomerv; Colorado, Tex., ; Denison, Tex., Rev. W. B. Pres- 
ton; Fort Scott, Kan., ; Fort Smith, Ark., Rev. S. H. McElvain; 

Garden City, Kan., Rev. J. C. Moore ; Henderson, Ky., Rev. J. L. Robin- 
son; Louisville, Ky., Rev. J. A. McKamy ; Pueblo, Colo., ; Salem, 

Ore., Rev. J. C. Templeton ; San Diego, Cal., ; San Francisco, Cal., 

Rev. J. P. Dickson; Scott City, Kan., Rev. AV. A.Boone; Sheffield. Ala., 
supplied; Springfield, 111., Rev. P. R. Danley, D.D. ; St. Joseph, Mo., Rev. 
J. H. Norman ; Texarkana, Tex., Rev. W. J. Lackey ; Topeka, Kan., 
; Wellington, Kan., Rev. J. W. Foo.se. 

Meridian, Miss., Yincennes, Ind., and Tyler, Tex., became self-sustain- 
ing during the last year. Many pressing demands have been made upon 



i894-] Missions. 69 

your Board to enter new and inviting fields in city work during the year^ 
but the lack of funds has prevented any forward movement whatever. On 
the contrary we are compelled to rei>ort a deficit in Home Mission Funds 
to the amount of several thousand dollars. (See Financial Exhibit.) 

The Colorado Fund, which came into our hands a few years ago by the 
sale of i>roperty at Colorado Springs has been entirely absorbed in our 
efforts to maintain the present missionary force in the field. The request 
from the Assembly of '93 to refund this money to Colorado Springs has so 
embarrassed us that it has not been possible to consider any new fields^ 
nor will it be until a surplus shall have been gathered sufficient to meet 
this unexpected draft upon our resources. At the time this fund was in- 
vested the Board believed that offerings from the Church would be so 
increased by the time the fund should be needed for Colorado Springs 
that the Board could refund the money without loss to any of its work in 
other places. It has not been possible during the year for the Board to 
reinvest this money at Colorado Springs without suffering great loss in 
other important fields. It is the desire and the intention, however, of the- 
Board to comply with this recommendation as soon as it is possible to do so.. 

Syxodic.\l Missions. 

Synodical Missionaries have been appointed in several States who- 
have done splendid work during the vear. Besides Kev. B. T. Watson^ 
Princeton, Ky.; Rev. .1. S. Weaver, West Point, Miss.; Rev. E. M. John- 
sou, Mattoon, 111.; Rev. J. R. Walker, San Jose, Cal.; Rev. C. A. Woolley, 
Eugene, Oregon; Rev. T. N. Williams, Bonham, Texas; we desire to 
call special attention to the work done by Revs. Taylor Bernard and M. B. 
Irvine, of Missouri ; Revs. H. S. Williams, W. C. Logan, A. H? Stephens 
and W. J. Caldwell, of Chicago ; Rev. A. W. Hawkins, of Decatur, 111.; 
Rev. T. A. Cowan, of San Francisco, Cal. 

So far the Synodical work has been in perfect harmony with the gen- 
eral work of the Board. It is not the intention that "special objects" 
shall lessen the contributions from the Churches to the general enter- 
prises, and yet it is possible that such may be the case. In view of such 
contingencies, we ask you to carefully consider any possible conflict be- 
tween these two interests. 

Church Erection. 

We lament a great falling off" in offerings to this part of our work. 
Many, congregations have macle no offerings at all to this worthy enter- 
prise. Many Elders and Laymen, whose notes we hold in sums'of five, 
ten, twenty, fifty and one hundred dollars, pay no attention to notices, 
from our Corresponding Secretary, or absolutely refuse to pay them when 
due. The generosity, self-sacrificing spirit and enterprise of your minis- 
ters in this work are clearly manifest, for much of the money "in this fund 
has come to us from men who could ill spare the amount given. The 
Church cannot afford to be indifferent to this work. Not a little part of 
our work as a denomination is the erection of Church houses, where men 
and women can pay their vows to God, and where Christian people may 
be instructed and developed in the fear of the Lord. 

The Board. 

The year has not been as successful as we would like to have had it. 
The financial depression has affected every department of Church work as 
well as business interest throughout the country. Never perhaps in the 
whole history of the Church has the Board been subjected to such ex- 
igencies as during the year just closed. Many things have transpired ta 
embarrass the work, and perhaps nothing has had a more depressing effect 
than the financial stringency through which the country has passed. But 
a kind Providence has been with us and with His assistance we have been 
enabled to keep our present force in the field. Only a few changes 
have occurred in our Board during the year. tRev. J. H. Miller, who- 



yo Missions. [1894. 

served so faithfully as Superintendent, and whose impress for good has 
been left upon the Church, felt constrained to retire, and is now pastor of 
our Church at Jackson Centre, Pa., where his interest in this work is con- 
stantly manifesting itself in liberal offerings to the Avork. Rev. J. W. 
Laughlin, Springfield, Mo., was elected to fill the ofiice of Superintendent, 
and entered upon his duties March 1st, 1894. Mr. J. L. Secor, who has 
been a member of the Board for a number of years, and whose knowledge 
of the work made him a valuable counselor, retired and Rev. W. T. Fergu- 
son, Petersburg, Ills., was elected to the vacancv. The Board now stancl : 

President— Rev. C. H. Bell, D.D. 

Vice President — Rev. B. P. Fullerton. 

Recording Secretary — Mr. I. H. Orr. 

Treasurer— Mr. J. C. Cobb. 

Auditor— Mr. H. P. Coulter, Mr. T. H. Perrin, Rev. W. T. Ferguson. 

Sui^erintendent — Rev. J. W. Laughlin. 

Corresponding Secretary — W. J. Brasfield. 

General Remarks. 

To fully accomplish the work which we have in view for the next year 
a wider diffusion of missionary intelligence is necessary. The lack of in- 
formation with reference to missionary work and field is an open secret, as 
a result the Church has never been stirred to its depths with interest. 

A limited visitation among the Churches by the Superintendent re- 
veals a great lack of interest on the part of many of our ministers on the 
subject of missions. A very great indifference prevails with reference to 
the recommendations of the Ceneral Assembly. Many do not take their 
offerings in periods allotted l)y the General Assembly to the different en- 
terprises of the Church, and many do not ust; the envelopes or an}' other 
systematic way of taking offerings. As a result we have uot been able to 
command a financial sup^jort of the Church, and have suffered greatly for 
want of funds. 

We note witli pleasure the rise of missionary enthusiasm and interest 
among the young people of the Church. The Students' Volunteer Move- 
ment has had a wholesome effect upon the youth of our colleges and semi- 
naries. There are now at least 50 young men and wouien in our denomi- 
nation pledged to the Foreign field. They will be knocking at the door 
for admission to the work within a verj' few years. We counsel that in 
view of this you prepare for larger things in the Master's work. 

We desire to give greater emphasis to the Missionary Record during the 
coming year. As this is the only missionary publication in our Church 
we earnestly ask the co-operation, the sympathy and substantial supjjort 
of all our pastors and elders in the circulation of this magazine. The 
painstaking work done by Rev. J. V. Stephens in i)reparmg tracts for dis- 
tributitju, and of Rev. J. G. Patton in preparing suggestive programme, 
have been highly appreciated by your Board. We hope that the seed 
sown by these brochures will result in larger offerings and greater conse- 
cration on the part of the entire Church for this, the greatest enterprise of 
the century. 

ReCOMM EN D A TICKS. 

1. We recommend that you urge upon ministers and laymen the 
necessity of increasing the circulation of the Missionary Record among our 
people. 

2. That Presbyteries and Synods hold Missionary Rallies at each of 
their meetings. 

3. That you once more ask of the ministers and clerks of the session 
that they adopt some systematic way of taking offerings for Missions and 
Church Frection. 

4. Ti at you appoint the first Sabbath in September as a day of prayer 
for the special blessing of God upon our Church in its efforts to carrj' out 
the great command, " Go ye into all the world and disciple every creature." 



1 894- J 



Missions. 



71 



Individual Offerings. 



ALABAMA. 

Rev. C. H. Bell, D.D., and wife, Sheffield, 

Rev. W. B. Witherspoou, Bessemer 

Two Little Girls, Rogersviile 

Mrs. Fannie Atkins, Jacksonville 

Rev. G. B. Russell, Trussville 

^P. W. Acton, Rocky Ridge 

•Lulu Foster, Stevenson 

.Cordie Foster, " 

Fannie Foster, " 

Johnnie Foster, " 

Geo. Crawford, " 

Love Wimberlv, " 

T. Boyd Foster, " 



Home. Foreign. 

62.5 00 $25 00 



1 00 

2 00 
25 
25 
25 
25 

5 

10 

1 45 



Church Chicago 
Erection. Lot. 



5 00 



$10 00 



Totals 



30 00 25 30 5 00 10 00 



J. W. Swift, Manstield 

H. T. Caldwell, Benton 

Mrs. Sarah Laster, Harmony 

Mrs. S. C. Pemberton, Beelje 

Rev. W. E. Dooley, Locksburg.., 
Mrs. M. E. Shiplev, Huntington. 

F. H. Mollov, Dutch Mills 

C. B. Mills, Little Rock 

Rev. J. H. Kelley, Favetteville.. 

C. H. Caldwell, Benton 

Miss Maud Wynn, Brownstown.. 



Totals 

Rev. L. Dooley, Ripon. 
Totals 



CALIFORNIA. 



COLORADO. 

L. H. and P. W. Duvall, Delta 

P. W. Duvall, Delta 

D. B. Delzell, Sterhng 

Rev. W. L. "Williams and wife. Canon City, 



Totals 

Mrs. P. H. Hardin, Rome. 



CJEORGIA. 



Totals 



ILLINOIS. 

Mary S. Dickerson, LeRoy 

Rev. M. S. Randolph, Omaha 

Mrs. Jane W. McClure, Stanford 

E. L. Latham, Bloomington 

E. C. Suffern, Pierson 

Rev. M. K. Hollister, Middletown 

Rev. F. T. Charlton, Taylorville 

G. T. Rayburn and wife, Middletown 

A. H. Jackson, Beaver Creek 

Mrs. Eliza A. Davis, Long Creek, 



24 40 
"1*25 

"s'oo 

' r 75 
50 

32 90 

1 00 

1 00 



10 00 
10 00 

"i'oo 

'2"56 



jy 35 

1 00 
1 00 
1 25 
1 00 
5 00 
5 00 



33 m 
1 00 

1 00 

1.5 66 
""5'66 

20 00 
10 00 
10 00 

2 50 



1 00 

5 00 

7 50 

10 00 



4 00 



2 50 

2 75 20 00 



1 00 



2 75 23 50 



5 00 

'5 66 

2 00 
12 00 



1 00 



10 00 
1 00 



72 



Missions. 



;i894. 



Mrs. Mary H. Moss, Grand Ridge 

Rev. G. D. Mullendore, Coffeen 

G. H. Rendleman and wife, Lick Creek. 

, Rochester, 111 

E. Hedrick, Wynoose 

W. Baumgardner, Colchester 

Rev. A. R. Sandlin and wife, Newman... 



Home. Foreign. 



Church Chicago 
Erection. Lot. 

1 00 



2 50 

40 00 

5 00 



2 50 



5 00 



Totals. 



51 00 33 65 2 50 18 00 



INDIANA. 

Woman's Board, Evansville 55100 

Carrie Prnitt, Cynthiana 

Rev. I.N. Yokley, Petersburg 1 00 1 00 

Balance from sale of lots, Evansville 1055 00 



Totals 552 00 1056 00 



INDIAN TERRITORY. 



Rev. Charles Benjamin, Chickasaw. 

Rev. A. B. Johnson, Striugtown 

Rev. J. H. Dickerson, Kiowa 

W. S. Home and wife, Roff. 

Mrs. R. 8. Bell, Woodville 

Miss Cora L. Fuller, Lebanon 



1 00 
7 50 

2 50 

3 60 
1 00 



Totals. 



Miss M. M. Dixon, Emporia.. 
Mrs. Mary E. Hull, Benedict. 
Mrs. Julia Eppler, Belleville.- 
Rev. R. J. Burns, Bellevue.... 
Mrs. F. A. Burns, Bellevue.... 
Rev. S. M. Hunt, Belleville.... 



Totals. 



KENTUCKY 

Rev. J. T. Lloyd, Beck's Store 

Mrs. Julia A. Lloyd, Beck's Store 

Wm. Denhardt, Bowling Green 

Rev. W. R. M. Crump, Casky 

Rev. Willis Smith, Owensboro 

Marion Peterson, Bear Wallow 

Rev. Jas. E. Clarke, Russellville 

R. W. Norris, Little Muddy 

Rev. W. H. C. Sandidge, Columbia 

S. C. S. Van Arsdale, Nevada 

Rev. W. E. Milam, Columbia 

Rev. J. B. Lowey and family, Carrsville... 

Mrs. Matilda B. Lewis, Greensburg 

Mrs. A. J. McDaniel, Hopkinsville 

James Green, Auburn 

Rev. J. E. Edwards and family. Water Val. 

George C. Jones, Sturgis 

J. C. Barkley, estate, Danville 

Mrs. James C. Lewis, Greensburg 

B. Terhune, Bradfordsville 



2 50 



10 00 



5 00 
3 00 



7 50 
2 50 
2 00 



15 60 12 00 



1 00 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 



5 00 

1 00 1 00 



1 00 

2 00 
.... 10 00 
50 2 50 



2 50 
1 00 

1 (10 

3 00 
9 00 

10 00 

2 00 



85 00 



1 50 

1 50 

1 00 

1 00 

2 00 

2 00 

20 00 

50 00 3 00 
50 00 

"506 .".'.*.'.'.'.'." 

...'.'.... "106 

"200 !!!!!!!!! 
5 00 

"506 !!!!!!!!! 



Totals. 



24 00 130 00 77 00 68 00 



i894-] Missions. 73 



Home. Foreign. ^^^^^ <^^^ 

F. P. Lawyer, Guanajuato 10 00 25 00 5 00 15 00 

Guanajuato Y. P. S. C. E 100 

* Totals , 10 00 26 00 5 00 15 00 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Rev. A. E. Hearon, Mayliew 1 00 

Rev. R. L. Thomas, D.D., Coffeeville 2 50 2 50 

J. A. Fox, Lewisville.... 2 50 2 50 5 00 

T. R. Maxwell, Hernando 12 00 

Mrs. S. S. Page, Rienzi 100 

Master Wesley Williams, Rienzi 1 00 

Rev. J. T. Borah and wife, Rienzi 1 00 

Rev.A.M. McBrvdeand wife, Harpersville -.. 3 00 

Mr.«. Ettie C. Williams, Rienzi 100 

Miss Yettie L. Williams, Rienzi 100 

C. J. Hooper, Harpersville 2 50 

C. B. Hadden and family 100 

W. C. Ross, Joiner 100 

A. D. Binioii, Joiner 100 

James McDonald, Laurel Hill 10 00 



Totals 7 00 25 00 14 50 5 00 

MISSOURI. 

Mrs. A. E. Stevenson, Lexington 3 00 

Rev. S. Finis King, St. Louis 5 00 

Mrs. Henry Dark, Lexington 2 03 

Mrs. Paulina McKnight, Chamois 6 00 8 00 3 00 

Rev. A. T. Carr, Steelville 13 72 

Mrs. Kate Manning, Cairo 30 00 

Rev. T. J. Clagett, Marsiiall 2 50 2 50 

Wm. T. Baird, Kirksville 30 00 

Miss Hattie Moore, Wellington 2 65 ^ 

Mrs. Annie E. Wicks, Oakwood 2 00 2 00 100 

Rev. Redmon Whitehead, Macon 2 50 

Rev. 8. A. McPherson, Huntsville (5 00 

Rev. Taylor Bernard, St. Louis 5 00 5 00 

Mrs. L. Krusch, St. Louis 100 

J. C. and Lou A. Cobb, Odessa 100 00 

J. M. and M. A. Rowdue, Mountain Grove 5 00 

Mrs. Minerva Orrick Estate, Lee's Summit 254 75 

Synod of Missouri 250 00 

Pertle Springs Infant Class 70 

J. Q. Shepard and wife, Biglow 5 00 

Rev. E. H. White, Caledonia 4 00 

Rev. J. S. Wayman, Albany 75 

Freddie Carroll, Albany 25 

Sale of office chairs, K. C 2 25 

Mrs. John A. Cole, St. Louis 83 

Miss Aurelia Shepard, Biglow.. 10 00 

Gethsemane Church rent 60 00 

Rev. A. A. Moore, Butler 2 50 

Rev. S. H. Murray, Willow Brook 5 00 

Robt. Harper, Centertown 5 00 15 00 

Rev. W. H. Johnston, La Plata 5 00 

A friend, Marshall 20 00 

J. L. Colman, Pleasant Hope 4 60 

John McDowall, St. Louis 100 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Mullendore, Dearborn ; 7 00 



74 Missions. [1894. 

Home. Foreign. Chw.^ Chicago 

H. P. Coulter, St. Louis 25 00 

Bates Co., C. P. Council, Butler 9 50 

Arthur Dooley, Ladue 1 55 

John G. Harriott, Novelty 5 00 5 00 

Rev. Taylor Bernard and wife, St. Louis... 10 00 

Miss Ola Reynolds, Lexington 1 00 

Master Charlie Reynolds, Lexington 05 



Totals ()32 40 119 45 3 25 193 53 

NEBRASKA. 

R. F. Baker, Dunbar 25 00 

Rev. J. B. Green, D.D., Nebraska City 5 00 



Total 25 00 5 00 

OH,I0. 

Rev. J. R. Morris and family, Covington 25 00 

Mrs. L. M. Bane, Beverly 5 00 

Rev. R. J. Beard and wife, Beverly 1 75 



Totals 2(i 75 5 00 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Mrs. J. B. Hail, Smithfield 5 00 

Miss Louise Sclineider estate, Pittsburg... 50 00 50 00 

Rev. J. H. Miller, Jackson Center 2 50 2 50 

Rev. A. B. Elliott, Vanderbilt 2 50 2.50 

Rev. J. R Lamb, California 5 00 

J. R. Bayard, Rice's Landing 2 50 

Rev. W. J. Fisher and wife, Van Buren 10 00 

Frank P. Critchlow, Prospect 12 50 

A. Young, Prospect 5 00 

Aunt Peggy Covert, Prospect 75 

Sain Allen, Prospect 50 

Free Church, Milroy 28 90 

Isaac Tiger and wife, Rochester Mills 1 40 

Rev. P. Axtell, D.D., Pittsburgh 4 50 

Mrs. Charitv Armstrong, Brownsville 5 00 

Rev. U. W. MacMillan, Allegheney 10 00 15 00 

Rev. R. C. Byers, Waynesburg 1 00 

Rev. A. H. Whatley, Carmichaels 4 50 

Rev. J. S. Keener, Waynesburg 5 00 



Totals 97 40 104 65 24 50 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

J. F. Rogers, Taxahan 5 00 10 00 



Totals 5 00 10 00 

TENNESSEE. 

M. S. King, Gordonsville 100 

Mrs. M. E. Blankenship, Eve Mills 25 

Rev. R. A. Cody and wife, Arlington 5 00 5 00 

Mattie E. Mason, Loudon 15 00 

J. W. Smith, McKenzie 5 00 

B. F. Walker, Bivens 5 00 

I. N. Brown, Springvale 15 00 20 00 24 50 

Wilson Trousdale, McCains 3 00 

Mrs. M. Whitsett, Wrencoe 20 00 '20 00 

A. C. McNeill, Huntingdon 100 

Mrs. A. C. McNeill, " 100 



i894- 



Missions. 



75 



Home. 

Miss Kate McNeill, " 

Rev. R. A. N. Wilson, Milan 

Rev. N. L. New, Beech Grove 2 50 

Mrs Sarah Gannaway, Beech Gro^e 

Rev. G. N. Glover, Erin 

W. L. Brigham, P>in 

J. M. Nesbit, Erin 

C. E. McAulev, Erin 

J. W. Holder,' Erin 

W. C. Shelton, Erin 

John M. Diokson, Milan 

Mrs. H. A. Bridges, New Middletown 5 00 

R.A.Turner, Kenton 

Mrs. Tennie Turner, Kenton 

Master Nolin Turner, Kenton 

W. H. Smartt and wife, 8niartt 

Rev. M. B. De Witt, D.D., Nashville 

A member, Hustburg 

J. R. Wilkerson, Memphis 

Mrs. A. H. Manly, Goodlettsville 

R. B. Flaniken, Gainsville 

Rev. W. G. Dillon, Cleveland 

Miss Bently, Lebanon 

A friend, Arlington 

Rev. W. G. Beaird, Snyder ; 

Mrs. I. D. Steele, Nashville 

Rev. G. W. Mitchell, D.D., Pulaski 2 50 

Rev. H. F. Miller, Arrington 

Miss M. A. Galbraith, Wayne.«borough.... 20 

Thos. Grounds, Friendship 1 00 

J. E. Patton, Springfield. 

Mrs. Mary Erwin, Purdy 

Totals 26 20 

TEXAS. 

Mrs. M. M, McReynolds, Atlanta 

F. G. Criswell, Breckenridge 

Mrs. S. A. Bracher, Gonzales 

E. P. McGaughey, Mertens '. 

Rev. Chas. Manton, Paris ■ 2 50 

Rev. W. P. Bone, Dallas 5 00 

Rev. U. C. Howard and wife, Italv 2 50 

Rev. D. S. Crawford, Ennis '. 2 00 

Rev. W. B. Farr, D.D., Marshall 

Rev. F. K. Farr, Dallas 100 

Mrs. M. Dallas, Bartlett 

J. W. Pearson, Tehuacana 

Mrs. G. S. Howard, Amarillo 

T. A. McSpadden, Clifton 

C. H. McSpadden, Clifton 

M. Beskow, Whitewright 

Rev. J. B. Groves, Finis 

J. H. Beal, Sweetwater 

J. H. Shackelford, LaFayette 

Mrs. G. W. Couch, Forreston 

Master Eugene Couch, Forreston ...". 

Master Edward Couch, Forreston 

Miss Lizzie Couch, Forreston 

Robert Tallev, Rockdale 



i7,„.o;«„ Churoh Chicago 
Foieigu. Eieetiou. Lot. 



3 00 

5 00 

2 50 

25 



1 50 

10 00 

5 00 



50 
50 



20 



70 



2 00 
100 00 

1 00 

2 50 
5 00 
2 50 
2 00 
1 00 
8 00 



5 00 



1 13 
5 00 

2 85 
1 00 

25 

25 

5 65 

1 00 



5 00 
25 00 

"s'bo 

1 50 

""2'50 
1 00 



10 00 



00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

50' 

50 

00 

00 



5 00 



I 00 



83 15 55 00 127 



5 00 



1 00 



1 00 
5 00 

'""'.50 
50 

2 00 
1 00 



76 



Missions. 



[1894. 



Foreieu C'^"»'F'^ Chicago 
J-fieigu. Erection. Lot. 



Rev. E. D. Dysart, Albany 

Rev. J. B. Waggoner and wife, Ballinger. 

Rev. AV. B. Preston, Denison '■ 10 00 

Rev. W. H. Franklin, Blue Grove .♦. 

Rev. J. G. Harris, Clarksville 

Rev. W. R. Hendrick and wife. Deport.... 
Rev. G. W. McMurray and daughter, Ector 

J. C. Bell, Quanah 

Mrs. G. M. Bone, Mt. Selman 

J. H. Thomas, Grafton 

Philip Chapman, Veal Station 

J. F. Strain, Strawn '. 

Miss M. Dysart, Tehuacana 

Ernest and Clarence Daugherty, Abilene, 

Mrs. J. L. Latta, Dodds 

Mrs. G. W. McMurry, Ector 

Emma McMurry, Ector 



Totals 

S. H. Thompson, Oakesdale. 

Totals 

Mrs. S. B. Leete 



WASHINGTON. 



WA.SHINCiTON, D. C. 



Totals. 



UNKNOWN. 



A friend 

A friend to the cause. 
Unknown 



Totals 





1 00 
5 00 








1 •;;• 




10 00 




3 8.5 


3 90 
5 00 

5 00 

6 00. 
5 00 




























1 00 

40 




80 


80 
10 00 






9 00 






2 50 
25 
2 50 
2 50 
] 00 










2 50 






2 50 




1 00 












33 65 


201 58 


10 40 


11 00- 
10 00 
















10 00 


. r. 




5 40 












5 40 








5 00 


5 00 








25 


10 00 












5 25 


10 00 




5 00 



Union 

Total. 



Synodicai. Offerings. 
Synod of Alabama. 
Springfield Presbytery. 



Synod of Arkans.\s. 



King Presbytery 
FortSmith 



Total. 



30 



30 



Arkansas Presbytery. 
Bentonville $ 3 50 



Total f 3 50 

3 25 



% 3 25 

Searcy Presbytery. 

Avilla $ 2 85 

Beebe 5 45 

Benton 5 00 

Gum Springs 2 20 

Little Rock 5 00 



Mt. Carmel. 
Searcy 



3 26 
2 74 



Total ...$ 26 50 

Washington Presbytery. 
Harrison $ 3 90' 



Total $ 3 90 



Synod of Indiana. 

Wabash Presbytery. 

Groveland 

New Winchester 

Shiloh 



Total. 



Total. 



2 84 

3 73 

85 

7 42 



Synod of Kentucky. 

Cumberland Presbytery. 
Caser Fork $ 4 55 



4 55- 



1894- 



Missions. 



77 



Synod of Missouri. 

Kirksville Presbytery. 

Kahoka ' 

La Plata .? 

Medill 

Mulberry 

New Harmony 

New Providence 

Revere 



3 00 

3 63 

1 45 

2 24 
2 50 
2 00 

4 50 



Total $ 19 32 



Lexington Presbytery. 

Bethel 3 

Belton 

Holden 

Eden View 

Odessa 

Pleasant Prairie 

Warrensburji: 



2 66 
9 00 

5 00 
10 25 

6 55 
9 00 

7 95 



Total $ 50 41 

McGee Presbyterv. 

Holliday '.....$ 2 60 

Roanoke 1 75 

Shiloh 4 62 



Total. 



.$ 8 97 



Neosho Presbvtery. 

€lear Creek '. $ 1 65 

Neosho 1 50 

Webb City 1 50 

Total $ 4 65 

New Lebanon Presbytery. 

Bethel $ 4 05 

Mt. Horeb 2 76 



Total. 



Ozark Presbyterj' 

Big Spring 

Mt. Zion 

Ozark 

♦Spring River 

Verona 



6 81 



2 07 

3 00 

2 35 

3 76 
2 20 



Total $ 13 

Salt River Presbyterv. 



Ashley. 
Brush Creek... 

Buffalo 

Calumet , 

Middletown.... 
New Florence. 



Total $ 16 32 



Springfield Presbytery. 
Pleasant Hope $ 10 75 



Total $ 10 75 

West Prairie Presbvtery. 
Doniphan ". $ 5 50 



Total. 



.$ 5 50 



Synod of Ohio. 

Athens Presbytery. 

Albany $ 2 50 

Alexandria 5 00 

Waterloo 2 50 



Total : $ 10 00 

Synod of Okegon. 

Oregon Presbytery. 

McMinnville '...$ 17 25 

Lebanon 5 00 

Salem 15 OO 

Woodburn 4 00 



Total $ 41 25 

Walla Walla Presbyterv. 

Dayton .'$ 5 00 

Oakesdale ^ 2 30 

Walla Walla 30 00 



Total $ 37 30 

Willamette Presbyteiy. 

Alsea $ 14 00 

Eugene City 10 35 

Miscellaneous 83 70 

Total $108 05 

Synod of Pacific. 

California Presbytery. 

Newman .'..$ 4 45 

Union 5 00 

Winters 30 95 

Winters Y. P. S. C. E 3 55 

Winters S. S 2 00 

Total $ 45 95 

Sacramento Presbvtery. 

Borden '. $ 6 85 

Farmington 3 10 

Merced. 15 00 

Stockton 10 85 

Salida 1 00 

Total ;....$ 36 80 



78 



Missions. 



[1894. 



Tulare Presbytery. 

Glennville $ 3 90 

Hanford 8 75 

Kaweah 4 40 

Selina 18 00 

Total. $ 35 05 

Synod of Tennessee. 
Elk Presbytery. 

Bellbuckle $ 3 .50 

Farmington 3 00 

Total $ 6 50 

Hopewell Presbytery. 

Dyer $ 6 55 

Greenliekl 4 70 

Medina 7 30 

Total § IS .55 

^Madison Presbytery. 

Bethel $ 2 00 

Liberty 1 90 

Mud Creek Valley ,... 1 50 

■Spring Hill 1 10 



Total. 



.$ 6 50 



McMinnville Presbytery. 
Cedar Groye $ 3 .35 

Total $ 3 35 



Memphis Presbytery. 

New Salem 

Pleasant Union 



70 
45 



Total $ 5 15 

Obion Presbytery. 

Beech S 4 80 

Bethlehem 1 35 

Rutherford 3 95 

Trenton 2 50 

Total $ 12 60 

Richland Presbytery. 

Mt. Carmel $ 1 95 

Total $ 1 95 

Rey. T. Ashburn, Dversburg, 

Tenn .'. $ 9 20 

Grand Total $563 73 



MiSCELLAiS'EOUS. 
SAN FR.\NCISCO. 

Rey. T. A. Cowan, San Francisco $ 35 10 

17 80 

Rey. A. D. Hail, Osaka, Japan 13 62 

Eli Rezner and wife, Biggsyille, 111 50 00 

Mrs. S. E. Blakey, Auburn, Ky..^ 10 00 

R. A. Harriman and wife, Pilot Groye, 3Io 5 00 

Total $131 52 

.JAPANESE EDUCATIONAL FUND. 

Rev. J. C. Templeton, Cottage Groye, Ore $ 20 00 

M. Beskow, Whitewright, Tex 30 00 

Lucas Aye. Y. P. S. C. E., St. Louis 50 00 

D. C. Caldwell, Milan, Tenn 50 00 

AVindy Gap Sunday-school, Pa 12 50 

Total $162 .50 



Special Contributions. 

The following amounts have been sent by the contributors direct to 
the several churches and for the several causes indicated : 

Collections for Fort Smith, Ark. 

From Pleasant Hill Congregation, Ouachita Presbytery $ 2 00 

From Cold Water Congregation, Ouachita Presbytery 2 .50 

From Fellowship Congregation, Ouachita Presbytery 1 10 

From Ethel Congregation, Ouachita Presbytery 40 

Hon. James H. Berry, Bentonville, Ark 5 00 



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Rev. James A. Francis, Little Rock, Ark 

Mrs. Nelson, Little Rock, Ark 

Rev. R. T. Phillips, Texas 

Rev. M. M. Vaughn, Texas 

Rev. Redmond Whitehead, Mo 

Rev. J. T. Harbor, Mo 

Rev. J. A. Mason, Forest City, Ark 

Rev. S. M.Templeton 

Philip Dash, 50c.; and Cash, 25c 

D. Q. McCartv 

Rev. D. M. Harris, D.D., St. Louis, Mo 

Rev. J. I). Kirkpatrick 

J. I. Garrett 

Rev. T. J. Clagett 

Cash 

J. A. Stockton 

Henry Cakhvell, Benton, Ark 

Charles S. McKinney, Ozark, Ark 

0. R. Daniel, Shady Grove Congregation, Clarksville 

H. Garrett, Shady Grove Congregation, Clarksvide 

From Stauk's Lecture 

J. A. Shell, Brooks, Ark 

Nat McNabb, Huntington, Ark 

Cumberland Presbyterian Sunday-school, Ft. Smith , 

Rev. U. J. Hearon, Russellville, Ark :..., 

T. W. Johnson, Harrison, Ark 

C. B. Mills, Little Rock, Ark 

G. W. Laseter, Pea Ridge, Ark 



5 00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


2 


00 


2 


50 


1 


00 




75 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


5 


00 


1 


50 


1 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


1 


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1 


00 


6 00 


8 


25 


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00 


38 20 


5 


00 


5 


00 


5 


00 


2 


00 



SvxoD Mission Collections. 

Little Rock Congregation by Board of Missions $ 5 00 

Mount Home and Pleasant Flat Congregations, AVhite River Pres- 
bytery, P. M. Jeffrey, Pastor 

Siloam Springs, Arkansas Presbytery, G. A. Henderson, Pastor 

Mt. Comfort, Arkansas Presbytery, G. A. Henderson, Pastor 

Sent by Board of Missions 

Mulberry Congregation, Arkansas Presbytery, E. M. Roach, Pastor.. 

Aftus Congregation, Arkansas Presbytery, E. M. Roach, Pastor 

Coal Hill Congregation, Arkansas Presbytery, E. M. Roach, Pastor.. 

Miss Maud Middleton. Ft. Smith, Ark ' 

Mr. R. B. Givens, Ft. Smith, Ark 

W. J. Brasfield, St. Louis, Mo 

C. B. :\rills. Little Rock, Ark 

H. T. Caldwell, Benton, Ark 

Rev. A. B. Johnson, Stringtown, I. T 

Rev. N. G. Nunn, Clarksville. Ark 

Mr. Horseman, Boonsboro, Ark 

G. W. Dansby, Ft. Smith, Ark 

Rev. J. C. Boatright, Huntsville, Ark 

By Mrs. Blackburn, Ozark 

Benton Congregation, Searcy Presbytery, by H. C. Caldwell 

Wm. Bates, Fayetteville 

Boonsboro Christian Endeavor Society, for memorial widow 

Miss Elmina Fontaine, Barker, Ark 

Mrs. J. H. McClure, Ft. Smith, Ark., Thank Offering for safe return 

of son 

Miss Nannie Sauford, Ft. Smith, Ark 

A. L. Congers, Barren Fork, Ark 

Rev. G. F. Harbor, Mt. Vernon, Mo 

Hon. G. M. Casey, Shawnee Mound, Mo 



5 00 


2 00 


1 00 


27 15 


2 35 


2 30 


2 35 


1 00 


1 00 


5 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


10 00 


1 00 


5 00 


2 50 


50 


2 50 


5 00 


4 60 


5 00 


5 00 


45 


2 50 


5 00 


10 00 



8o • Missions. [1894. 

Geo. Anderson and wife, I. T 10 00 

C. E., Bentonville, for widow 

Junior C. E., Bentonville 

Missionary Society, Bentonville ' 

Ladies' Aid, Ozark, Ark 

Mrs. J. J. Eichenberger ; 

Harmony Congregation, Ewing Presbytery, Jno. A. Conley, Pastor.. 

Ewing Congregation, Ewing Presbytery, Jno. A. Conley, Pastor 

Ladies' Aid, Ewing Congregation, Ewang Presbytery, Jno. A. Con- 
ley, Pastor 

Collection at Ewing Presbytery, by Woman's Board Missions 

Mrs. Jennie Blackburn, Ozark, Ark 

C. S. McKinney, Ozark, Ark 

Miscellaneous, Ozark, Ark 

Rev. C. R. Moore, Boonsboro, Ark 

The Byatt Boys, Boonsboro, Ark 

S. H. Elliot, Shawnee Mound, Ark 

C. E., Ft. Smith, Ark 

Collection at King Presbytery 

J. W. Pelterson, Uonetta, Ark 

Rev. J. C. Francis, Little Rock, Ark 

Rev. M. M. Morphis, Texas 

S. M. Braley, Indian Territory 

Rev. ,1. H. "Kelly, Fayetteville 

Rev. E. M. Pharr's Congregation reported 

Miss Maggie Bloomberg, Ft. Smith, Ark 

Rev. W. J. Foust, Lamar, Ark 

Mrs. W. J. Fleming, Ozark, Ark 

The Ladies' Aid, Ft. Smith 

Fr. Dunaski, Painting, etc 

Total S553 40 

From Itasca Congregation, Corsicana Presbytery, for Alpine 
Heights, Chicago, 111 

From Kerens Congregation, Corsicana Presbyterj', for Houston, 
Texas 

From Marshall Congregation, Marshall Presbyterv, for Hen- 
derson, Texas .' S 40 00 

From Longview Congregation, Marshall Presbytery, for Hen- 
derson, Texas : 100 00 

$140 00 

Contributions in KENTrcKV Synod for the Support of State Evancjelist. 



4 40 


1 00 


5 00 


5 00 


2 50 


3 00 


5 25 


2 65 


6 75 


5 00 


5 00 


2 25 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


4 35 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


1 00 


6 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


75 85 


50 00 


553 40 


5 00 


7 00 



Anderson Presbvtery. 

Greenville .' t 27 56 

Brier Creek 60 

Cairo 3 70 

Mt. Pleasant 3 10 

Henderson 3 00 

Sturgis 10 50 

Mt. Carmel 1 47 

Cyprus 2 27 

Dawson 10 75 

Total $ 62 95 

Cumberland Presbytery. 

Big Creek $ 10 75 

Union Valley.. 1 26 

Friendship 1 05 



New Hope 90 

New Liberty 75 

Columbia 10 60 

Total $ 25 31 

Davis Presbytery. 

Green Ridge .' $ 1 10 

Pleasant Grove 1 25 

Hopkinsville 93 90 

Clifty .50 

Pembroke 3 65 

Flat Lick 4 07 

Liberty 2 74 

Elktoii 4 47 

Presbyterial oflFering 6 07 

Total $117 75 



i894- 



Missions. 



8i 



Logan Presbvterv. 

Smith's Grove '. ■•••■$ 30 00 

Russellville 35 50 

Bowling Green 50 00 

Morgantown 55 00 

Gasper River 2 15 

Pilot Knob 10 00 

Woodburn 8 00 

Auburn 40 00 

Pleasant Hill 5 00 

Rev. W. H. Perkins 5 00 

Total S240 65 

Mayfield Presbytery. 

New Hope $ 5 50 

Palma 2 50 

Oakland 5 00 

Total $ 13 00 



Nolin Presbytery. 

Bethel 

Freedom 

Ephesus 

Short Creek 

Shrewbury 

Millwood 

Morton's Valley 

Macedonia 

Pres. Miss. Soc 

Presbyterial offering 

Cash 

Mrs. L. M. Woosley 

Rev. Bagwell 



1 25 
20 00 

1 80 

2 05 

3 15 

5 50 

6 40 
2 00 

11 10 

10 50 

2 00 

2 50 

5 00 



Total $ 73 25 

• 
Owensboro Presbytery. 

Antioch $ 5 00 

Ebenezer 2 00 

Mt. Pl'-asant 2 20 

Liberty 30 

Owensboro 55 34 

Hartford 19 50 

Total $ 84 34 



Kentucky Presbvterv. 

Mt.Gilead.. ......'. .'......'..$ 26 51 

Sugar Ridge 4 00 

Caldwell 1 00 

Pleasant Grove 2 00 

Bethlehem 2 00 

Louisville 10 00 

Bethel 2 15 

Sycamore 1 10 

Total $ 49 76 

Princeton Presbvterv. 

Bethlehem .'. $138 00 

Marion 22 50 

Craneyville 13 30 

Princeton 27 40 

Princeton Sundav-school 2 37 

Fredonia '. 20 00 

Bell Mines 3 00 

Taylor's Chapel 2 50 

Oak Grove 70 

Salem 1 60 

Xew Salem 1 85 

Bavou Creek 2 45 

Carrsville 15 00 

Liberty 1 00 

Weston 3 45 

Flat Rock 3 00 

Piuev Fork 50 

Cash 67 35 

Total $325 95 

Individual contributors with 

no Presbytery named $ 32 75 

Total $1,025 73 

Presbyterial Collections — 
From Pine Grove,Texas Pres..$ 11 30 
From Grandview. Texas Pres.. li 20 
From Tennessee, Texas Pres.. 5 75 

Total $ 29 25 

Grand total $1,760 38 



Financial Exhibit. 



For the fiscal j-ear beginning May 1. 1S93, and ending April 30, 1894. 

Receipts. 
Foreign Missions — 

For General Fund, Donations $11,079 85 

Transferred from Osaka School Fund 1,311 49 

Transferred from Alaska Fund 84 61 

Sale of Maps of Japan 11 92 

For Japan Educational Fund 157 50 

For Japan Evangelistic Fund 20 00 

*From Woman's Board 7,372 13— $20,037 50 

6 



82 Missions. Li894- 

Home Missions — 

From General Fund $ 7,658 02 

Through Committee of Facitic Sj'nod 1,253 66 

Through Committee of Oregon Synod 38 20—$ 8,949 88 

For San Francisco Mission $ 136 52 

'••From Woman's Board 50 00 

For Bowling Green Colored School 31 00 — $ 217 52 

Other Receipts — 

From Missionary Record $ 1,208 67 

From Literature Sales.... 3 45 

From Interest on Balances 7 37 

For Synodical Missions 259 33 

Through Committee of Facific Synod 117 80 

Through Committee of Oregon Synod 186 60—$ 1,783 22 

Church Erection ". $ 1,815 88 

Chicago Lot 1,932 85—$ 3,748 73 

Total Offerings Received at this Office $34,736 85 

Church Erection Loans Returned 120 00 

Cash Balance Last Report ' 10,009 74 

$44,866 59 
Amount Received by the Woman's Board but 
not sent to this office 6,299 75 

Grand Total $51,166 34 

®For support of missionaries recommended by the Woman's Board. 

DiSIH'KSE.MEXTS. 

Foreign Missions — 

To Japan Mission Sl.3,709 43 

Japan Educational Fund 225 00 

Japan Evangelistic Fund 25 00 

$13,959 13 
To Mexico Missions 3,900 90—817,860 33 

Home Mitsions — 

To Salaries of Missionaries $11,104 02 

To Traveling Expenses Various Parties 156 95 

To Taxes and Repairs on Mission Churches 134 79 

To Printine and Stationery 114 10 

To Collection Envelopes..." 68 20 

To Interest 10 00 

To Clerical Errors in Old Accounts 107 59 

To one-half Contributions from Illinois Sunday- 
schools Returned 78 18 

To Committee of Pacific Svnod 1,253 66 

To Committee of Oregon Synod 50 70-$13,078 19 

Sundry Disbursements — 

To Church Erection Loans $ 300 00 

To Expense on Church Erection Account 35 34 — $ 335 34 

To Chicago Lot, Paid on Note $ 1,900 00 

Interest Paid 198 00 

Expense 91 47—$ 2,189 47. 

Alaska Mission Funds Transferred to Foreign 

Account 84 61 



i894-] Missions. 83 

Osaka School Fund Transferred to Foreign 

Account 1,311 49 

Osaka School Fund Returned to Donors 25 00 

$ 1,421 10 

To Rent of Hall at Colorado Springs 260 00 

To Printing Missionary Record 2,142 69 

To Synodical Mission Funds Remitted 173 26 

To Committee of Pacific Synod 117 80 

To Committee of Oregon Synod 186 60—$ 6,826 26 

Expenses. 

J. H. Miller, salary $ 500 00 

S. Finis King, salary 125 00 

W. J. Brastield, salary 1,650 00 

J. W. Laughlin, salary 300 00 

Officerent"; 330 00 

Printing, stationery, etc 312 72 

Postage : 421 40 

OfRcehelp 42120 

President's traveling expenses 112 06 

Vice President's traveling expenses 50 00 

Superintendent's traveling expenses 121 06 

Corresponding Sec'y traveling expenses... 39 55 — 4,382 99 

Total disbursements $42,147 77 

Cash on hand 2,718 82— $44,866 59 

Received by the Woman's Board and 

not sent to this office 6,299 75 

Grand total $51,166 34 

State.ment. 
Liabilities — 

Foreign Missions $ 311 51 

Synodical Missions $ 86 07 

Japan Educational Fund 12 50 

Church Erection 5,184 65 

Portland Mission 8 50 

San Francisco Mission 171 52 

Osaka Teachers' Residence 120 90 

Bowling Green Colored School 215 46 

Atlanta^Mission 758 61 

Chicago Lot , 740 46 

Colorado Fund 10,205 68— $17,504 35 

Total Liabilities $17,815 86 

As'sets — 

Literature (stock on hand) $ 37 42 

Due from Woman's Board ..- 473 34 

Cash on hand 2,718 82—$ .5,229 58" 

■•"Liabilities above assets $14,586 28 

•■'Of this amount the sum of !S4, 120.00 i.s an overdraft on the Home Mission accoant,. and 
the remaining $I0,465.()8 is the Colorado Fund, ordered to be restored as a liability by the last. 
General Assembly, less S2G0.00 which has been paid on same during the year. 

W. J. Brasfield, Corresponding Secretary. 

I have examined the foregoing .statement and find the same to be cor- 
rect to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

H. P. Coulter, Auditor. 



Missions. [1894. 

CHURCH ERECTION. 

The condition of the Church Erection Fund is as follows : 

LOANS PREVIOUSLY REPORTED. 

Abilene, Texas $ 200 00 

Chariton, Iowa ?.(i0 00 

Cherry Vale, Kas 500 00 

Danville, 111 2,949 43 

Denison, Texas 1,000 00 

Eort Smith, Ark .• 2,000 00 

Oarden City, Kas 600 00 

Louisville, Ky 28.3 35 

Oakesdale, Wash 400 00 

Paducah, Ky 1,000 00 

San .Antonio, Texas 1,800 (0 

San Diego, Cal 500 00 

Scott City, Kas 500 00 

Sheffield. Ala 940 00 

Texarkana, Tex 945 00 

Topeka.Kas 3,752 50 

Tyler, Texas 225 00 

"Winchester, Ky 1.000 00 



$18,895 28 

LOAN MADE SINCE LAST REPORT. 

Inverness, Fla 300 00 

Total 

!By amount overcharged in last report to San 

Antonio 

By amount returned by Louisville, Ky 

By amount returned by Sheffield, Ala. 

By amount returned by Texarkana, Texas 



Balance cash on liand 

Grand total belonging to this Fund. 



$19,195 28 

25 00 
50 00 
10 00 
60 00 




$ 145 00 - 


- $19,050 28 
5,184 65 




$24,234 93 



FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF WOMAN'S BOARD. 
Home Department. 

"And I if I be lifted up will draw all men unto me." The magnetic 
power of a crueifie<l Christ has drawn us hither to-day, and here we would 
learn how to lift the cross still higher and show all men our Redeemer. 
We would not have it set down in a valley, hemmed in from the gaze of 
the world and be satisfied because we, our friends, our neighbors and our 
countrymen could see and worship ; but rather we would place it on a 
mountain height where it would dazzle in the blaze of noon and catch the 
last lingering rays of day, so that " from the rising of the sun to the going 
■down of the same," all men should be attracted to the crucified One, and 
led to fall at his feet with the adoring exclamation, " My Lord and 
my God ! " 

What is our record for the year just ending in planting this where 
others maj' "look and live?" It has been a year of great struggle and 
many changes, but our Father has been gracious unto us, and though we 
■cannot report great things accomplished, yet as each year rolls on it tells 



1894.1 Missions. 85. 

of advance in all our mission work, still regretting an advance not at all 
equal to what it should be. "^^ 

However, we feel that the good has so far transcended what may have 
been unsatisfactory, and we are met with hearts throbbing with a much 
deeper interest in our work for which we were organized, and with love 
for each other ; for we come together not as acquaintances or strangers, but 
as fellow-workers in our Lord's vineyard, eager to know how the work has 
progressed both at home and abroad. 

Official Changes. 

In our Board greater changes have occurred than in any year in the- 
history of the w^ork. As the old year of '93 was closing up its record, so 
too, in the home where the thought germ of our Board was instituted, the 
beautiful life of one of our dear mothers and charter members was closing 
its well-spent record. Last December we wrote from sad hearts and amid 
falling tears, after the name of Mrs. Sarah F. Nisbet, " Entered into rest." 
Memory is busy with her earth life, and faith beholds her present blessed- 
ness and still prospective fullness of glory, as we think of her to-day. 

At the annual election of officers, Mrs. H. B. Wood resigned -member- 
ship of the Board, and Miss Frances Maghee was appointed to fill the 
vacancy. Mrs. Castlen, who for years had with untiring zeal and patient 
love for the work, filled the office of Recording Secretary, resigned, and 
Miss Maghee was chosen to he this office-l)earer. 

In January last the Board accepted the resignation of Miss Anna L. 
Forsythe, who for nine years had be^-n an officer of the Board, and had for 
twenty-two months of this time served as Corresponding Secretary and 
Treasurer. Miss Leila Hollingsworth was appointed to fill this office. 
Apjjreciating the wise counsel, .sound judgment, earnest sympathy and 
deep love for the work of missions which our first worthy President, Mrs^ 
R. B. Ruston, entertained for the work after her return from a year's 
absence in Kansas, she was reinstated as President emeritus. 

In the ranks of the Synodical Officers we find some changes made by- 
resignation. Mrs. I. H. Goodnight, of Franklin, Ky. ; Mrs. Chas. Harman, 
Lee, Ohio ; Mrs. Minerva Taylor, Emporia, Kan. ; Mrs. Jennie B. Gates, 
Logansport, Ind. ; Mrs. George R. Hill, Oxford, Miss., and Mrs. Emma 
McDonald, Union City, Tenn., liave accei)ted the Synodical office in their 
respective Synods. 

Presbyterial organization has been more systematically done and thor- 
oughly carried forward than in any previous year, though the organization 
of Presbyterial societies has been limited in number. There have been a 
few changes in our Presbyterial force by removal to other fields of work, 
but new officers were promptly inducted and the work pushed on. Pres- 
byterial organization has not been advanced as it should have been. In 
two Synods the officers have been zealous to see perfect organization of 
said societies in their bounds, as far as it was practicable to the work and 
workers. 

Our Synodical and Presbyterial officers have come in closer contact 
with the workers this past year by freer correspondence and more frequent 
visits. In almost every instance statements have been made that the 
Synodical and Presbyterial meetings have been most successful ; that the 
women have more enlarged conceptions of the work, earnest desire to pro- 
mote it and l>etter methods of working. 

Our system of reporting to headquarters Ijy Synodical and Presby- 
terial officers has grown in each quarter in greater completeness. Repoits 
are full, prompt and in most cases, correct. This facilitates work and saves 
time in the office department of our Botyd, and we trust all the new of- 
ficers will fall into line to make our system of reporting a unit in com- 
pleteness. 

The co-operation of all our officers during the past year is worthy of 
proud commendation. It is through the loving-spirit of their united ef- 
forts that our work in a great measure has reached its highest success. 



S6 Missions. [1-894. 

Auxiliaries. 

The local societies are our essential units of strength and power, and 
Tupon their activity or apathy depends the success or failure of the parent 
l)ody. We report this year the formation of one hundred and sixteen 
societies, of which, thirty-seven are Young Ladies and Children's Bands. 
■Our ranks are increasing, but not in such ratio as we desire. While our 
number of auxiliaries may not rise to our exj^ectations, yet we are en- 
tjouraged to note a market! advance in methods of working, in M'illingness 
of members to take part in meetings, and in case of some, an earnest de- 
termination to overcome all obstacles. Too many of our societies live in 
union and sympathy with other societies of our Church, thus not perfectly 
organized for mission work, difficulties face them ; they grow discouraged 
Tdv tlie way, and soon the missionary power of the Church has resulted in 
the report of " our missionary society is dead." 

Not only an indifference to the claims of missions, but a vacant pa.s- 
torate. loss of active leaders l^y death, removal of membership, are hin- 
drances that have greatly impeded our work. As "the Lord giveth the 
word, let that the women publisl) the tidings," be a greater host in the 
coming year than in the past, not to falter on the march when the Avay 
seemed hedged, but to press on to greater works in His name. 

Our young people and children seem in some respects to have fallen 
l)ehinil the record of the previous year. Reports of new organizations in 
this department of our work have l)een slow. Less general report has 
been made to the Board of Children's Work this year than wc had iioped 
for. The auxiliaries should have an "oversight and care of our Bands to 
■encourage and strengthen to a greater extent than they do. \\'e need 
leaders for tlie children. 

Are there not some among our ranks who have desireil to give them- 
selves to foreign work, but whose way has- been closed tliat thej- could not 
enter this j)art of the Master's vineyard, and yet who are not able to de- 
termine //(^ work He would have them to do? These could greatly for- 
ward tlie Lord's cause by giving themselves to the grand work of enlist- 
ing the children. 

We cannot estimate the possibilities that lie undeveloped in the bright 
lives of the members of the Mission Bands. Out of this line of workers 
we expect otir future missionaries and the generous helpers in the work, 
if tliey are only trained to iiro]jer ideas of missionary work and its duties. 

The Junior Christian Endeavor Societies have de])leted the forces of 
our Bands. A few of these have merged into that society and in some 
eongregations, a preference is made for Junior Endeavor work instead of 
Band Avork. As we organized to promote the evangelization of the world, 
our work has a special claim upf)n us, whether old or young, we must not 
ignore it or set other duties in its place. 

The General Assembly, at its meeting last year, withdrew from our 
■care and contributing forces the .Senior Y. P. S. C. E. and authorized the 
Junior C. E to be taken under our control. While we Avould not discour- 
age Junior Endeavor, we would not encourage its precedence of Children's 
Bands, unless controlled by a constitution to provide for systematic mis- 
sionary work and monthly dues. We would urge our workers, old and 
young, to faithful continuance in the service that our constitution pledges 
us to follow. 

Th.ank Offering meetings of our societies are yearly becoming a ijrofit- 
able and popular part of the work in our auxiliaries a ad bands. Manj' 
have l»een held this past year and have resulted in great good, having been 
esteemed a means of grace and privilege to all in attendance. Aside from 
these meetings, many individual free-will offerings have found their way 
into the treasury ; three of these assuming the care of Bible students in 
Japan. 

For the spread of the Gospel, gifts are needed large and small. Let 
us not withhold any good gift, ever mindful that " unto whomsoever much 
is given, of him much shall be reciuired." 



i894-] Missions. 87 

LiTERATL'KE. 

Seven new leaflets have been issued by our Board during this year. 
The Monthly Topic Leaflet has become so thoroughly identified with our 
work upon "this year's trial that we feel it has come to stay. There are 
now listed one hundred and twenty-eight regular subscribers to these leaf- 
lets, to be sent each month. The number of copies for distribution have 
increased from 500 to 2,500 Still this is not sufficient circulation for such 
great helps as these for monthly meeting programmes. There is a gen- 
eral expression of approval wherever these leaflets have gone. 

It is a proud and grateful pleasure to note the increasing sale of litera- 
ture from our Board shelves and the demand for missionary information. 

The Treasury. 

This year has been one of uncertainties and alarms, not infrequently 
of depression in the minds of many of our faitliful workers. The financial 
depression of our nation foretold weak treasuries in all departments of 
work, yet tlie women of our denomination have been brave and have 
worked nobly, so to many of our workers the year has ended with renewed 
confidence in the. injunction, "All things work together for good to them 
that love God." 

The receipts for the year ending April 15, 1894, were $18,11 3.33. While 
the stream that "flowed into the treasury was not a copious one, yet gener- 
ally there was a steady flow, for notwithstanding our expenses for the year 
have been heavy, we have been able every month to meet them and have 
had a modest balance to meet any emergency. 

"We have equipped and sent out two missionaries this year, Miss Jen- 
nie Freeland and Miss Ella Gardner, Mi.ss Leavitt returning with these 
young ladies after her rest of a year, to Ja|>an. 3Iiss ]\Iary Harris, after 
months of sickness, returned to Mexico. Three of our missionaries from 
Japan have returned to the home land to rest. Mrs. Drennan, Miss May 
Morgan and Miss Rena Rezner. 

Out of the treasury funds of the societies of several Synods the ex- 
penses of the delegates of the several Synods to the World's Conference of 
Missions, held in Chicago, were paid, lessening contributions of these 
societies to the general treasury. 

The Missionary Fund created by Miss Leavitt, in some Presbyteries, 
for sending a missionary, cannot, without complication, be reported to the 
individual societies contributing, but will be reported as $11.2.55 in the 
general treasury. 

Not knowing the aggregate of this year's figures at this writing, I am 
unable to make comparison with other j'ears, but I can say all, as workers 
together, have not paid their lawful interest to God on what he has en- 
trusted to us. Let us see to it that all the tithes are in the storehouse and 
abundant blessings be ours in that year when we have paid what we owe. 

Foreign Work. 

Our school work in INIexico has flatteringly pushed on into its second 
year. The Board has sent to the Mission for use in the school work here 
$895.04 ; as directed offerings for education of girls, $93.75. 

We regret to report the school work in Indian Territory abandoned 
for the present by advice of Mrs. S. S. Phelps resigning last May. 

The detailed report of foreign work will be given in Foreign Secretary's 
report on another page. 

The work of Field Secretary was assuuied by Miss Bell Day in October, 
Miss Mattie Mason having resigned. Tlie Board have been well pleased 
with the painstaking and careful work of Miss Day during these months. 
Many recommendations and much encouragement has reached headquar- 
ters concerning the benefit of Field Secretary's visits in their congrega- 
tions. We approve of her systematic methods of work an<l admii-e the 



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intelligent, earnest zeal that has characterized all her efforts. As to the 
results and success of her work, read the Field Secretary's report. 

The delegates chosen by this convention last May as their representa- 
tives from tlie Board to the World's Conference of Missions, held in 
Chicago, desire to express their appreciation and gratitude for this most 
enviable and peculiar privilege. These were days of great profit and 
blessing. One of your delegates will report your work more at length than 
can be done in this report. 

Life Membership. 

We would add, in answer to many inquiries, that the money for the 
above may be a portion of the regular gifts (free will, thank offering or 
birthday), for a special object, or may go into the general treasury, the 
amount, $30, being above the aggregate of dues. 

Let me close this report, thanking you for your loving sympathj- and 
earnest prayers and repeated God-speeds while serving as an office bearer 
among you. Your loving co-operation strengthened me for the many 
responsibilities of the work. I shall reinain a co-laborer with you in the 
Lord's harvest field. May we continue faithful in service and go forward 
to the work of another year with glad and praverful confidence that the 
Father will bless us if we think, watch and work, to labor diligently, pray 
unceasingly, give bountifully, love unselfish!}- and sacrifice cheerfully. 

Anna For*5ythe Fakr. 

Foreign Report. 

I am pleased to report that our Representatives in the foreign field 
are busily and faithfully at work. All reports show a healthy growth and 
prosperous development. The goort work of our Master is becoming more 
and more established, many souls are being saved and brought into the 
fold of Christ. There have been tempoi-ary disturbances through the year 
which have hindered the work to some extent, but we know that great 
system of government of which the Lord .lesus Christ is in the center, will 
not fail to accomplish its majestic purpose. We have the unfailing promise 
that in the end every knee shall bow, and the kingdoms of the world 
will have become the kingdoms of our Lord. 

Japan. 

Most cheering news conies from the Sunrise Empire of the coming in 
of the kingdom of Christian civilization. At a recent Student Volunteer 
Convention, Dr. Knox, of .Japan, said: "Within the next ten years mis- 
sionaries will not be needed in that country ; there are almost enough 
native Christians now to carry on the work. What encouragement and 
what an inspiration to think of .Japan as partially Christianized I What 
remains to he done?" says he. " Is woman's work among women espec- 
ially the establishing of Christian schools for girls?" .Japan can never 
take the position of a civilized country until her women are elevated. 
There are importunate calls for women teachers and evangelists; Christi- 
anity is the only force that will lift woman out of her ignorance and degra- 
dation and make her exert such an influence in her home as do the 
women of Christian lands. The call, the opportunity and the responsi- 
bility are ours ; we cannot afford to be indifferent. 

TUSE ISE. 

Mrs. Drennan, who for more than ten years has served this Board most 
faithfully and successfully, has been compelled to return to America for 
health and rest. It was hard for her to give up the work, but necessary in 
view of future usefulness. 

Mrs. Drennan, as reported last year, has undertaken the support of 
several young girls ; these have been cared for by the ladies in charge of 
training schools, and some will be ready for work by the time Mrs. Dren- 



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nan returns. Workers were left in her churches at Tse Ueno. Let ine 
give you one instance of how her works do follow her : In the spring of 
1883,'her first pupils, two young men, were baptized ; a third young man 
had become an applicant, but for some reason failed to present himself at 
the appointed time. Mrs. Drennan says ; " His indescribably sad face as 
he saw the others baptized, deeply touched me." She afterward lost 
sight of him, and for years their lives drifted ai^art. Since her return to 
this country a letter was received from him, in W'hich he told her of his 
feeling on that sad morning ten years ago. AVhen the other young men 
were admitted to the church, he Avrote her, how, by command and abuse, 
his father had preventeil him ; told of his struggle to give up Christianity 
in obedience to his father's will, and he liad again entered the paths of sin ; 
years of unhappiness had passed, and now he came to her once more to 
be led into the joy he once knew, asking for her prayers, pleading for 
■words of hope and comfort. She Avrit- s : " I hope it may be my privilege 
some day to lead him to a forgiving Savior." 

Mrs. Drennan speaks of many encouraging letters received from her 
workers and Bible women. One of»these writes that she has had the joy of 
bringing her eldest son and his wife to Christ. Through the influence of 
this same woman the wife of the governor of a neighboring province has 
been converted. This governor wi'h his converted wife has lately been 
sent by the government near where Mrs. Drennan works. She hopes, on 
her return, to open up work where they are stationed. 

^Irs. Drennan also desires, on her return to open a Bible training 
school for female workers. I wrote Mrs. Drennan a few days ago to give 
me some report of the work done since her return to the home land. By 
W'ay of " rest " she has visited twenty-one places in Missouri, Texas and 
Kentucky, spoken publicly thirty-eight times, held seven parlor meetings, 
assisted in organizing one Ladies' Society, and arranged for the organiza- 
tion of a Cliildren's Band. 

At the time of receiving this report, at least fifty calls were yet to be 
filled in different i)arts of the Church. 

]Many evidences of kindness and sympathy have been given Mrs. 
Drennan that have greatly cheered and comforted her heart. She says, 
" Not much bodily rest have I had, but great rest and blessing spiritually." 
Mrs. Drennan was accompanied home by Yone San Hara, who for nine 
years has been her devoted helper. Let us hope and pray that Mrs. Dren- 
nan may be restored to health and permitted to return to her work in 
which she has been so faithful and successful. 

Tan A BE. 

Miss Leavitt, who was with us last year, has been doing evangelistic 
■work at this point. She writes of many meetings, talks and incidents. 
Miss Gardner and Miss Freeland, both of whom were consecrated to the 
work during the past year and returned with Miss Leavitt, are pleasantly 
situated in Gsaka. While expecting to take up evangelistic w'ork the 
Board has noted with pleasure the promptness with which these young 
ladies took up the unexpected work which fell to them in Wilmina school. 
Both are teaching English Ijranches, devoting some time each day to lan- 
guage study, and through interpreters doing some evangelistic work. 

YOKKAICHI. 

Miss Rena Renzer has been one of the number compelled to return 
home through failing health. She reports work in this field in a more 
promising condition than for years past — eleven baptisms for the year — 
meetings held in six places where no Christian work had been done. In 
all these it was desired that a teacher be sent them. 

AVhen returning home Miss Rezner left her magic lantern with one of 
her co-workers. Mr. Hayashi. This is what he writes her: " From May to 
December I have held sixty-three meetings in twenty two different places 



90 Missions. [1894. 

before 2,937 people, with magic lantern, and 1)elieve great good has been 
done." Miss Rezner gives an extract from another letter, as coining to us 
as well as her: " You are in your own land, but won't you still remember 
our country, and although we are separated by waters wMde and deep, by 
mountains" lofty and towering, won't you still think of Japan, pray for us 
here, and ask the Christians at home to pray for us?" Miss Rt-zner pre- 
sents the needs of the work in strong light, and hopes that many during 
this convention may be called .to go out in His name. She was accom- 
panied home by her native helper, Mrs. Tomiye Komai. 

Yakayama. 

Miss Bettie Duffield, who last year reported ten branches of work, says 
the general work remains as last year. Bible classes show the same inter 
est; one new class begun in September. This was organized in the home 
of a man who lately became a Christian ; curiously enough this is the 
same man who rented a house to our first resident missionary, was the 
only man at that time willing to incur the contempt of his people by so 
doing. He and four of his children a'e Christians; his wife and one other 
child are now studying " the way;" two of liis sons are teachers in the 
Doshisha school, one daughter has graduated from Wilmina school, another 
is in attendance there. The children's work class has erown until her 
largest room scarcely accommodates all ; they easily dispose of all articles 
and liave on hand a fund for benevolent purposes. The woman's class 
still continues to grow, and constantly takes up new work. 

The main work is the charity .school ; it has grown so that many chil- 
dren are turned away each term for lack of room ; many who have been 
in this school from its Ix-ginning are now well advanced in common school 
branches. Tliey hope to be able to rent a building that will accommodate 
a larger number. 

On the morning of December 20th, 1893, Miss Duffield was married 
before the P^ngiish Consul in Kobe, t(j Mr. Frank .\IUller. By this marriage 
Miss Duffield terminates her connection with the Board, and we lose one 
of our best workers. She writes: "Though no longer under your Board, 
the work has my warmest sympathies, and as a Cumberla 'd Presbyterian 
I shall be glad to help in any branch whenever I can." Mrs. .Vliiller 
closed her report with these words : " May Ood's s\nr\t rest continually 
upon our Church and Boards, and may the work be done as unto him, 
thereby gaining the richest blessiuirs and the truest ])raise unto Him who 
hath loved us and washed us in his own blood." 

Osaka — Wilmixa Girls' School. 

The Board has had an extra share of anxiety during the year in hav- 
ing to see Miss May Morgan retire from her position as princii)al of this 
school on afcount of sudden and dangerous threatenings to health. Miss 
Morgan was ordered by her physician to return home at once. She is now 
in California resting and recuperating. Miss Agnes Morgan assumed the 
duties of her sister, and has since been appointed principal by the Mission 
in Japan. 

School Report. 

Pupils enrolled: boarders, 22; day pupils, 5. Average attendance: 
winter terra, 21; spring term, 21 ; fall term, 19. Teachers: .Japanese, 5; 
American, 2. Self-supporting pupils, 14; helped pupils, 13; member.^ of 
the Church, 16; ready for baptism at close of year, 1 ; desirous of baptism, 
but refused consent by parents, 2; day pupils of Christian families, 2; 
day pupils of non-Christian families, 3 ; others, 3. 

Since the beginning of this school tnere have been enrolled some -50 
girls. During the year the attendance has been good. We notice partic- 
ularly the number of Christian pupils. Most of them have entered the 
Church since coming into the school. I cannot give you a better under- 



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standing of the thoroughness of this school than by quoting an extract 
from a private letter not intended for this report : 

"Our school was proved to be one of the best in Osaka last week. In 
honor of the Emperor's silver wedding all the Christian scliools were 
requested to write poems, songs, and essays, and send to a committee who 
w'ould select those suitable and have read at a meeting of the Christians 
at Y. M. C. A. Hall on the morning of the auniversaiw day. Our school 
being small, we did not expect more than two or three to be chosen, so 
were greatly surprised to have twelve honored, also to learn that no other 
school had so many. Patrons of other schools noted the difference in the 
girls' work. It has been good for the girls to see that earnest work done 
for the good that is in the doing, not expecting to get honor, yet is more 
sure to be worthy of honor." 

Mexico. 

Miss Mary Harris, principal of the girls' school in La Luz, says our 
school opened the first Monday in July, 1893, with twenty-five pui)ils. 
While intended as a day school. Miss Harris feels that the greatest good 
could be accomplished by making this a boarding-school. If possible to 
get a sufficient number of scholarsliijjs thej' could easily build up one. 
She believes the hope of Mexico is in its boarding-schools "for girls. 

I noted at the Student Volunteer Convention, that this demand came 
from every country. The best s})eakers of India, China and Jaj^an, placed 
great stress upon educating the girls, not only as a means of elevating them 
to our standard of womanhood, l)ut by this means to control the coming 
generation. Let us give special heed to this call. 

Miss Harris has taken several girls into her home and supports them 
by her own sacrifice -children of sin and some of drunken parents— and 
says already she hears many comments on the change in their appearance 
and manners. 

This school embraces tliree departments, literary, music and drawing. 
After seven months' school work Miss Harris rei)orts thirty-tive enrolled 
pupils, with probably ten more not regular in attendance and the work 
most satisfactory. Six boarding pu]iils have re<juested baptism. She re- 
ports the religious outlook quite hopeful ; she doubts not that in another 
century Protestant religion will prevail in Mexico. 

Private letters to the Board from other sources in ]Mexico sjjcak of 
Miss Harris as having won the good opinion of all, natives as well as Chris- 
tians, and also of the many sacrifices she makes pei'sonally to be able to 
carry on the work. 

In Memoriam. 

I deem it fitting that some mention of the death of Mrs. Nisbet be 
made in this report. She of all the members of the Board confined her 
work mostly to caring for and fitting out our foreign workers. The many 
loving words of remembrance and tenderness which have come since her 
death bear evidence that her works have become an inseparable part of 
the history of our foreign work. 

An extract from Miss Duffield's letter says : " We all svmpatize with 
the Board in the loss of dear Mrs. Nisbet. The loving thought which 
prompted her many kind acts, has awakened in many a heart a love for 
her. Her memory is a blessed one, not only to her children, but many 
others ' rise up and call her blessed.' " 

Mrs. Hail writes : " She has done so much to endear herself to us, no 
one can ever know we had such a friend" Mrs. Nisbet left some bequest 
for her little daughter, Annie Nisbet Hail. In speaking of her gratitude 
for this, she says : " You can never know what a load this takes off" us, 
in being able to give her the education we wished for. I hope she will be 
an honor to Mrs. Ni.sbet's memory. We have been gathering up the little 
things she has sent us from time to time, to lay them away more carefully, 
thev all seem so sacred now. INIanv have been the luxuries and coniforts 



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that we have enjoyed from time to time out here, which we never could 
have had except for her loving kindness, and many have been passed on 
to the sick and needy of this land. Think of the many things she has 
done for me, that I might have more time to devote to mission work, and 
I have conscientiously tried to do it, for her sake, as well as the dear 
Master's." 

We are on the threshold of the greatest advances in the work of mis- 
sions this world has ever known. It is our duty and our privilege as never 
before to press with fullness and prayerfulness the claims of the un- 
evangelized world. Doors are opening like the iron gate before Peter in 
his midnight walk. Sunday-schools are coming forward with large armies 
of well-trained, systematic givers, councils of women are planning for the 
recovery of women throughout the world. By an enlargement of the 
agencies employed by the missionary societies of the day, the Gospel can 
and should be preached to every creature during this generation. The 
work in which we are engaged is not for small effort, but to span our gen- 
eration. Let us do what we can. God will give the success, and the 
whole earth shall be full of His glory. 

Notes. 

Miss Jennie Freeland, has lately donated $150 to the Board to be used 
wherever most needed in the work. 

The whole Cundjerland Presbyterian Church, as well as this Board, 
should feel proud of these consecrated, wholesouled representatives, who 
are not only doing such a great work for the Master, but each of whom, is 
giving of her substance, as much as is possible, by the greatest sacrifice. 

Mrs. J. E. Williamson. 

Treasurer's Report. 

For the Year Ending April l.jtli, 1894. 

Receipts. 

Cash received from Auxiliaries, Bands, Presbvterial and Synod- 

ical offerings, Individuals, Sabbath-schools and Y. P. 8. C. E...f 12,359 34 

Miss Leavitt's Missionary Collection 112 55- 

Miss Duffield's Refund for expenses, etc 249 00 

Cash received from sale of Annual Reports, I^iterature and Mis- 
cellaneous Receipts 379 94 

Annual Meeting Offerings 12 50 

Total receipts for the vear $13,113 33 

Balance from last year. 4,803 92 

Gran.l Total $17,917 25 

Disbursements. 

Salaries of Missionaries in Japan $ .3,931 01 

Teachers' hire in Japan 700 00 

House rent in Japan 520 00- 

Allowance and traveling expenses of Missionaries in America 892 77 

Education of Jai)anese students 411 19 

Wilmina School and appropriation..... fiOO 00 

Wilmina Scholarships 102 70 

Outfit and expenses of Missionaries sent to Japan 880 71 

Salary of Missionary in Mexico 585 00 

Offerings and appropriations for Mexico 414 69 

Home Missions 1,817 79 

Salary of Missionary in Indian Territorv 50 00 

Editing and Publishing Record '. 629 67 

Salary of Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer.. 685 SO' 



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Synodk-al and Presbyterial expense 139 68 

Postage, Expressage and Exchange 211 60 

Literature, Stationery and Postage 318 28 

Publishing Annual Report 271 10 

Eoom rent and assistant 323 35 

Field Secretary and Special work 363 02 

Expense of Annual Meeting 239 28 

l^oom furnishings and incidentals 152 61 

Salary of teacher in Chinese school 210 00 

Missionaries' photographs 37 05 

Missionary publications 12 00 

Total Disbursements S14,499 11 

Balance on hand 3,418 14 

Grand Total $17,917 25 

All of which is respectfully submitted, 

Leila Hollingsworth, Treasurer. 

As Given by Syxods. 

Tennessee $ 2,485 S6 

Missouri 2.021 38 

Texas 1,848 72 

Illinois 1,151 80 

Kentucky 1,115 72 

Indiana 851 25 

Pennsylvania 550 09 

Pacific '. 538 36 

Arkansas 524 99 

Alabama 422 85 

Mississippi 248 76 

Iowa 211 87 

Kansas 176 55 

Ohio 160 05 

Oregon 51 09 

Total $12,359 34 

The undersigned having examined the books kept by Anna L. For- 
sythe and Leila Hollingsworth, Treasurers of the Woman's Board of Mis- 
sions of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and compared the vouchers 
in their possession with the entries in the books, find the same correct. 

S. B. Sansom, Auditor. 

Field Secretary's Report. 

During five months, beginning in October and ending with March, the 
Field Secretary canvassed parts of three Synods — Pennsylvania, Ohio and 
Kentucky. Twenty-four hundred miles were traveled, and fifty congrega- 
tions visited at an expense of eighty-six dollars. Sixty addresses were 
made in open meetings, and twenty meetings of women only were held. 
One hundred and fifty homes were visited. Fifteen societies that give 
some promise of permanency were organized, and five that may be cla.ssed 
as doubtful, and about one-hundred and fifty new names enrolled on our 
list of workers. During the same time nearly two hundred letters and 
postal cai'ds were written in the interest of the work. 

The work of organization presupposes material to be organized, and 
the success of an organizer depends primarily on the quantity of available 
material at disposal. This work of organizing Missionary Societies presup- 
poses either an intelligent interest already existing in the subject of Mis- 
sions, or an eftbrt on the part of the organizer to create such an interest. 
The former condition not always prevailing, and the latter being oft-times 



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inexpedient because requiring so much time, the work of the Field Secre- 
tary has resolved itself into the organization of societies wherever practica- 
ble, and the quickening of missionary spirit everywhere by distribution of 
literature, by letters, by talks— " heart to heart talks with my sisters," and 
face to face talks with all who are willing to listen in our public meetings. 

Invitations and earnest requests come to the Field Secretary from 
many and widely distant points to attend Fresbyterial and Synodical 
meetings, Missionary rallies, Sunday-school and Christian Endeavor con- 
ventions; and other opportunities for thus presenting our work are con- 
stantly offered. It is, of course, impossible to honor many of these Vjy 
acceptance, so but one Synodical and three Fresbyterial meetings were 
attended. 

Everywhere, as representative of the Woman's Board, the Field Secre- 
tary found cordial reception and respectful hearing- but not always hearty 
co-operation. The-antagonistic pastors and people are few, however, and 
the uniform courtesy and kindness on the part of the ministry, the eager 
unfailing welcome from the women of the churches, and the general good 
attendance and earnest attention at the public meetiogs held, all prove 
that the time is over-ripe for such work as this is intended to be. 

Encouragement too, has not been lacking. Assurances of increased or 
newly aroused interest in missions were received over and over again. 
More than once young men have come at the close of seivice for a hand 
clasp and a hearty "Where's the Secretary?" Put our names down as 
honurary members." Many questions were asked regarding the work and 
its methods. 

From the experience gained and the observations made in these 
months, the Field Secretary concludes: 

That the Woman's Board is doing a work not being attempted by any- 
other agency in our Church. That there is a lamentable want of knowl- 
edge of Missions among our people. Ignorant of the meaning of this great 
work, of its aims, its scope, its origin, its history, what wonder that they 
fail to comprehend their own relation to it, or their responsibility for its 
accomplishment. 

That there is a «learth of missionary literature in our homes. Even 
where well lilled book shelves ornament the walls, and paper racks are 
crowded, one looks in vain for well selected books on this subject, or for 
our Church publications. The reluctance to subscribe for our Church 
papers and the Musionury Record seems inexjjlicable. 

That there is generally a dearth of missionary sermons. The cause of 
this is verv difficult to ascertain. 

Tliat the work among the children is astonishingly neglected. 

Whatever of success or failure is written after the record of this win- 
ter's work, it has been done " as unto the Lord." It was taken up and 
pursued with pleasure, and it is laid down with regret. 

" Except the Lord the city build, 
The weary workmen toil in vain. 
Except the Lord the city -sliicld, 
The guards a useless watch maintain." 

Miss Bell M. Day. 

Reports of Synodical Vice Presidents. 

Alabam.\.. 

We have worked this year with a view to thoroughness and perma- 
nency, and feel that what progress we have made is of a substantia! char- 
acter" Fourteen new auxiliaries have been organized and their efficiency 
attested by a proportionate increase in the treasury. One Synodical and 
five Fresbyterial meetings have been held, and one new Fresbyterial 
organization effected. As a result of a two weeks' official visit to a frontier 



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Presbytery, missionary fires have been kindled in unaccustomed places, 
and some interest awakened in communities where organization was 
impracticaljle. 

Two of this ytar's new auxiUaries that refused to organize last year 
because they had doubts of their ability to support an auxiliary, are now 
not only strong enough for their own needs, but are working with a brave 
self-confidence to get others away fi-oni Doubting L'nstle. 

Three of the new auxiliaries are the direct result of pastoral eff"ort, 
and the year's experience has prepared me to atfirm that no outside appeal 
can accomplish as much as the influence of a missionary pastor. The 
fiock will hear and follow the voice of the shepherd when it will flee from 
that of a stranger. 

We have lost one of our old auxiliaries through removal of members 
and another has become for awhile a local aid society. .The marriage dur- 
ing the year of two of our Presbyterial secretaries and' their consequent 
retirement from office, caused some confusion in the routine of business 
for a short time. This disturbance may have been felt at headquarters and 
may account for any discrepancies in the statistical reports of these two 
Presbyteries. 

Some of the congregations of the Synod are on the extreme border 
of the Church, and so far removed from the centers of religious culture 
that missionary eflbrt among them is like all pioneer work, slow and 
difficult. And yet one of these Churches supports the banner auxiliary of 
the Synod for zeal and liberality. This Church, at Lakeland, Florida, has 
nine members and seven of them constitute the mission society. 

One truth exemplified in the year's victories and defeats is, that mis- 
sion work, both in the external progress through the world, and its internal 
progress through the individual soul, resembles the varying processes of 
husbandry. Results come quickly sometimes, "As if a man should cast 
seed into the ground and should sleep and rise, night and ilay, and the seed 
should spring up and grow, he knoweth not hovv." At other times, the 
husl,andman must break up the fallow ground, and plow and plant, and 
replant, and water, and wait long for the fruitage. 

But the crowuing lesson of the year's teaching is, that there is a Divine 
power at work with us in the fields — a power through whose help mission- 
ary work becomes the most blessed of all works, not only in its final 
triumphant issues, but in present joy and satisfaction. 

Mrs. Ruth J. Duv.^ll. 

Arkansas. 

In making my annual report to the Board, I am glad to say that I con- 
sider the work encouraging. Many more of the societies have made 
annual reports to me this year than last, making quite an increase in the 
total receipts. This fact shows more interest in the work and a better 
understanding of the Synodical machinery. I find one of the greatest 
difticulties with which I have to contend is getting our ladies to fully com- 
prehend the workings of the Board. Just as the men have long been 
regarding the Synod as a kind of fifth wheel in our Church machinery, so 
the good women are disposed to feel the same way about the Synodical 
Vice President and her work. But just as the brethren are waking up to 
the importance of Synodical Missions and are employing the best talent 
they can get for Synodical Missionaries, after the same manner are the 
women beginning to realize the situation. They see that our weakest 
point is our Synodical machinery, and they are trying to remedy the evil. 

Last fall at Clarksville, Ark., before the meeting of Arkansas Synod, 
one whole day was occupied in a missionary rally, and the time was 
equally divided between the brethren and sisters. The idea is growing, 
and now several of our best Presbyteries are spending a day before the 
meeting of Presbytery in a convention of the Sunday-school and mission- 
ary workers, in which the woman's work is brox;ght prominently before 
the people. Mrs. J. A. Fkancis. 



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Everywhere over this prairie State our State Missionary, E. M. Johnson, 
and that irrepressible man, T. H. Perrin, are shouting by tongue and pen, 
" Illinois to the front." What can we women do other than catch the 
sound and send it on ? And although we cannot report the progress Ave 
desire, yet we have not been idle, and the Lord has been with us, blessing 
and strengthening. We now number eleven Presbyteries, having a new 
one, Chicago. All are now organized, the new one having four Churches 
and two auxiliaries. It is a guarantee to the success of the work in that 
Presbytery to say that Mrs. Velraa Stephens is secretary. Already we 
have felt the influence of her work in other Presbyteries in the State. 

Some new auxiliaries have been organized, and some old ones resus- 
citated. Increased interest is being shown by Presbyterial Secretaries. 
We find it beneficial to combine the offices of secretary and treasurer, but 
we have made very little progress as yet in getting anj^thing like uniform 
quarterly reports. We expect to plan for our own missionary and her 
helper to visit each of our Presbyteries. Our financial report is imperfect 
from the fact that so many of our societies have contributed to missions in 
the State, the amount of which we have no way of knowing. I have 
received encouraging word from all parts of my field, and for it and all his 
goodness I give God the glory due to his name. I close as I began by 
again saying, " Illinois to the front." Mrs. H. L. Gillogly.. 

Indiana. 

Ten months ago when asked by the Board to accept the office of 
Synodical Vice President for Indiana Synod my natural timidity said, 
" No, I cannot assume so responsible a position ; " but the " still small 
voice" whispered in my heart's ear these words, "Whatsoever he saith 
unto you, do it," " I can do all things through Chri.st which strengtheneth 
me ; " and since heeding this voice the sweet response, " Lo, I am with 
j^ou," has been so verified that it is with a heart filled with love and grati- 
tude to God that I come with my first report. '' Not unto us, O Lord, not 
unto us, but unto thy name give glorj'," for any measure of success that 
has crowned our tdforts. I found the work in a well organized condition. 
Indiana Synod end:)races three Presbyteries, in each of which there are 
Presbyterial societies fully equipped for efi'ective growth. Removals from 
the field made it necessary that this \'ear be marked by changes in our 
leaders, but we feel that the Lord is leading us steadily on. 

Indiana Presbytery, which is entitled to head the list, includes Evans- 
ville with its churches, whose model societies and bands we always find 
with armor on ready for every good word and work. Brevity forbids that 
we give a word of commendation for all deserving ones, but we will make 
"honorable mention" of Vincennes, whose Mission Church reports a 
flourishing society and band, and whose contributions to the Woman's 
Board stand second after Evansville. 

We are thankful for the bright, encouraging letters from earnest, con- 
secrated women, and glad the Presbytery contains so many such, for in 
looking over this field we find " much land yet to be possessed." 

Morgan Presbytery is small, and the workers there are noted for 
qualitv rather than quantity. The elficient Presbyterial Secretary seems 
to have the work well in hand, and its financial report, which is a good 
test of its spiritual vitality, shows an increase over last year, and the num- 
ber of workers enrolled in auxiliaries and bands has been doubled within 
the year. 

.Wabash Presbytery has increased her working force from seventy-six 
to one hundred and fifteen. 

New Winchester and Hopewell show us what good work can be done 
by country congregations. 

Martinsville has given us a good example by making their pastor's 
wife a life member of the Board. " Many daughters have done virtuously, 
but thou excellest them all," may be said truly of Danville, who with her 



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twenty-three members has paid into the treasury of the Woman's Board 
one hundred dollars. 

Indiana Synod has special cause for thankfulness, since two of our 
own dear girls have heard and obeyed our Savdor's greatest command, and 
to-day are doing valiant service for him in Japan. We love to think of 
them as our representatives, and some of us who are not called to the front 
rank take great interest and pleasure in our Synodical penny pledge, 
which is a little card we sign, and thus pledge ourselves to give as special 
thankofferings a penny a day over and above our monthly dues, and free- 
will otierings. We do not urge this upon any one, but those who willingly 
and cheerfully make this thankoffering are abundantly blessed, and can 
most heartily recommend that consecrated Christians throughout Indiana 
Synod do likewise. Mrs. Jennie B. Gates. 

lowA. 

It is with regret that we report Iowa as having fallen a little behind 
last year's record. We have lost none of our energy or love for the work, 
but our home demands have caused a decrease in our offerings to the 
Board. Three societies of the six in Colesl)urg Presbytery are using all 
their strength in the support of a pastor. Iowa is, herself, missionary 
ground, and we feel very keenly the need of more pastors and conse- 
quently more money to use within the State. This is the greatest hind- 
rance to the Woman's work in the State. 

One society, the Young Ladies', of Waukon, has been merged into the 
Y. P. S. C. E. and they are doing good work there. The societies at Max- 
well and at Waukon are both active. Iowa has a lively Presbyterial 
society and consequently are the best organized and doing tlie most effic- 
ient work. There are fourteen societies and bands in that Presbytery, all 
alive and energetic. 

The Presbytery of AYest Iowa has only one society, but that one is in 
good, flourishing condition. Pray that Iowa may yet become a stronghold for 
the Lord's workmen. O, that good men and women would come into this 
field that is already white unto the harvest I Mrs. R. L. Yannice. 

Kextuckv. 

At a low estimate there are 7,8-50 women and children in the nine 
Presbyteries of Kentucky Synod. Of this number we find about six hun- 
dred contributing to missions through our Board. Among these the work 
is disproportionate. Three Presbyteries do nothing. One Presbytery — 
Logan — gives more than all the others ; and of the amount thus given one 
congregation, Franklin, gives nearly one-third. 

Some of our women do their best. For them we have only words of 
commendation. Some fail jjartially, others entirely. These we w'ould 
impel to " nobler deeds." 

We need more animated work. We need steady, willing workers. Our 
efforts are spasmodic. We need practical women. Any other business 
conducted as ours has been in the past would have failed utterly. We 
must improve our methods as has been done in other enterprises. 

We need to be prompt and accurate. Late and imperfect reports are 
a hindrance. Of the sixty-five blanks distributed for Annual Reports only 
forty were returned, and many of these were late. 

We need to know that the work is important and should bt^ well done. 

After fourteen years we have barely made a beginning, but w'e have 
verified the Scripture that " The Lord is gracious and full of compassion, 
slow to anger and of great mercy." Mrs. I. H. Goodnight. 

Missouri. 

From the necessarily short space allowed for this report, I can only 
attempt the briefest outline of the year's work. 

In that part of Missouri Synod in which we have Presbyterial organi- 
zation, the work, with one or two exceptions, is highly satisfactory. 



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The Presbyterial officers are consecrated, zealous women, doing 
efficient, systematic work. 

Some auxiliary officers still fail to send in reports, thus seriously em- 
barrassing both Presbyterial and Synodical officers in their efforts to give a 
correct summary at the close of the year. 

McGee Presbytery is especially fortunate in her auxiliai-y officers. I 
hesitate to say it,' but McGee is the only Presbytery that sent me a com- 
plete refjort at the close of the year. It has organized six new societies 
since the last annual report. 

We have still a large extent of unoccupied territory in Missouri. 
There are entire Presbyteries without a single missionary society. 

For this portion of our Synod we earnestly ask the aidof the Field 
Secretary. 

We are able to report at least twelve new societies, with a promise 
from a recently appointed Secretary of several more soon. 

On account of the stringency of the times we may have fallen a little 
short in our contributions, but we have certainly grown in a knowledge 
and appreciation of the importance of the w'ork, and I trust also in 
spirituality. Mr.s. Geo. L. Osborne. 

Ohio. 

The work in this State has suffered some on account of recent changes 
of Synodical Vice Presidents. Last September at the request of the Board 
I accepted the office, and though feeling my weakness I am trusting in our 
Heavenly Father for strength and guidance. In the three Presbyteries in 
this State we have ten societies and one Children's Band, two having been 
organized and one re-organized this year. 

Since there was only a partial report of the work last year we are un- 
able to make any comparisons except in the contributions. These we find 
are smaller this year, but this can be attributed to the financial stringency 
rather than to the lack of interest in the work. Every society sent in a 
report this year, wliich shows an increase of interest. I learn from these 
reports that only fifty copies of the Missionary Record are taken and no 
Annual Reports or Missionary Banners are read. We liope by another year 
that we may be able to report increased interest in missionary literature. 

Our hearts were gladdened by a visit from our Field Secretary. The 
Churches here being Avidely separated, we are deprived of the associations 
so much needed to strengthen us in our work, but we believe her presence 
here was an inspiration and an encouragement to all missionary workers 
and that much good was accomplished. We held a Synodical meeting last 
fall, but all of the Presbyteries were not represented. 

I have not been permitted to visit many of the societies in the State, 
but have done most of my work by correspondence, which is not as satis- 
factory as personal visitation 

One Presbytery, Miami, is organized and Presbyterial Secretaries 
have been appointed in the other two, so that we hope to be able soon to 
have organizations in all. 

We have not made the advancement we had hoped, but we believe 
that the missionary spirit is slowly gaining possession of the hearts of the 
women of Ohio. Mrs. Chas. R. H.\rmon. 

P.VCIFIC. 

Scarcely can we realize that another year with all its opportunities foi" 
work in the Master's vineyard has been added to our record. Again has 
come the time for summing up what seems to have been done. The w^ork 
has been for eternity and God alone knows the entire res\ilts of the many 
seemingly weak efforts of timid retiring w^omen to spread abroad the news 
of God's grace to humanity. What comfort to know that Our Father looks 
at the heart and not at the hand. 

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the forward. While a few of the backward steps have been taken by some 
of the workers in Pacific Synod we tliink more have been advanced. 

California Presbytery has organized a Presbyterial society, so that now 
each of the three Presbyteries of the Synod has a good Presbyterial mis- 
sionary society. Presbyterial meetings are held regularly and are reported 
good. 

Change of homes caused the resignation of Mrs. S. S. Patterson, who 
served so long and faithfully as Presbyterial Secretary of Tulare Presby- 
tery, but another consecrated woman, 'Mrs. A. N. Johnson, has taken her 
place. During the year one new auxiliary has been organized, making 
eighteen for the Synod ; one disbanded and reorganized, and two are now 
reported on the discouraged list. Numerically we are fewer than last year, 
but none of the persistent, pi-aying, paying members have given up. 
"We are more determined than ever to do what we can," is what they 
say. Hard times have caused a decrease in contributions, but " as the Lord 
prospereth " is all that is required. For this year we have a membership 
of about 350, and have contributed about $500. 

The work of tiie year most gratifying to the hearts of all who want to 
see the salvation of immortal souls is the establishment of the Cumber- 
land Presbytei'ian Chinese mission in San Francisco. This mission was 
opened January 1, at No. 3 Clay avenue. Mrs. J. J. Sittou is the teacher 
in charge of this important work. Her reports have shown an increased 
number of pupils in attendance each month since the school was opened. 
She also notes a desire among them to know more of the Bible. Thus we 
are sowing the seed given us by the Master, trusting him for the harvest 
which we know will be rich, for he says, " My word shall not return unto 
me void." 

Dear sisters of the Cumberland Presbyterian ChurcJi, with you rests a 
share of the success of this work so lately begun among the " heathen at 
home." Will you not heed our call and come help us to save them ? 

Alice Landram. 
Pennsylvania. 

In Pennsylvania Synod there are three Presbyteries thoroughly orsan- 
ized and doing excellent work for missions. There was a new auxiliary 
formed at Anita, Allegheny Pre.sb)'tery, this year. 

In Pennsylvania Presbytery, as a result of our Field Secretary's visit 
among the Churches, there were six auxiliaries organized. The names are 
as follows: Jefferson, Millsboro, Muddy Creek, Nineveh, Hewitts, and 
Pleasant Hill. 

In Union Presbytery there is a n^w auxiliary at Pleasant View ; also 
at Vanderbilt there is a new auxiliary and a Children's Band. These 
societies were started and built up largely through the influence of the 
ministers in charge at those places. 

Pittsburgh Presbytery is still a dead weight on our hands. The Pres- 
byterial Secretary that was appointed has resigned. 

The total number of societies is thirty-one, including seven Children's 
Bands, and representing a membership of 547. Of these only three soci- 
eties failed to report. Amount contributed to the Woman's Board, $520.64. 

There seems to be a falling off in contributions in Allegheny and 
Pennsylvania Presbyteries ; perhaps their money was given to other 
causes. At least our report does not give a full account of our women's 
work. " Lilies of the Fifld," Waynesburg, gave $40 to the support of a 
young man in Waynesburg College. Jackson Center, in addition to its 
regular contributions, gave money to Chicago mission and sent a box of 
clothes to the poor of Pittsburg. 

Union Presbytery deserves honorable mention, as it has increased its 
membership seventy-six and made a gain of $78 over last year. 

No Synodical meeting was held this year, but there were three good 
Presbyterial meetings. There is a growing interest in mission work among 
our women, and they are getting ready for more and better work in the 
future. Louise B. Porter. 



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Tennessee. 

As Vice President of Tennessee I submit the following report: 

We have within the bounds of our Synod fourteen Presbyteries. 
Eleven of these have Presbyterial organizations. The most of these are 
very well organized and the work is in a hopeful condition. 

1 have not received full reports from all Presbyteries, but will report 
as follows : 

Chattanooga Presbytery has two auxiliaries ; number of members, 
thirty-eight ; Records taken, twenty-two ; annual reports, eight ; amount 
contributed during the year, $30. It has a Presbyterial organization, but 
is doing very little so far as I can learn. 

Charlotte Presbytery has two auxiliaries. These have organized in 
the past j'ear. Number of members, thirty ; Ri'cords taken, seven ; amount 
contributed, $11.50. This work is encouraging, though no Presbyterial 
organization has been effected. 

East Tennessee Presbytery has four auxiliaries ; number of members, 
fifty-six ; Records taken, eight ; amount contributed, $71. .35. It has a Pres- 
byterial organization. 

Elk Presbytery has six auxiliaries; number of members, ninety-two; 
Records t-Aken, twenty-six; Gems, five; amount coutril)uted, $103.07. It 
has a Presbyterial society. 

Georgia Presbytery has suffered much in the past year. On last hear- 
ing from the Presbyterial Secretary no society existed within its bounds. 
A missionary meeting was held in connection with the last Presbytery, 
and we trust some good was accomplished. 

Hopewell Presbytery has eleven auxiliaries, five bands and one Young 
People's Society ; number of members, 307 ; Records taken, thiry-five ; 
annual reports, fifty-six ; Gems, fifteen ; amount contributed, $440.01. 
This Presbytery has a Presbyterial organization and is doing good work. 

Knoxville Presbytery has six auxiliaries and two bands; number of 
members, 1.54; Records taken, thirty-one; annual reports, twenty-nine; 
Gems, sixteen ; amount contributed, .$176.42. It has a Presbyterial society. 

Lebanon Presbytery lias nineteen auxiliaries, nine bands and one 
Young Ladies' Society ; number of members, 55(5 ; Records taken, 121 ; 
annual reports, ninety-nine ; Gems, fifty-eight ; amount contributed, $748.68. 
It has a Presbyterial organization and is doing very well. Reports are 
very encouraging. 

Madison Presbytery has two auxiliaries, but I cannot give a report as 
none has been received. The work i^ in a discouraging condition. 

McMinnville Presbytery has three auxiliaries; number of members, 
fifty-five ; Records taken, nine ; annual reports, one ; amount contributed, 
$47.50. It has a Presbyterial organization, but has labored under difficul- 
ties. The work is in a more hopeful condition. 

Memphis Presbytery has three auxiliaries; number of members, 
thirty-one ; Records taken, twenty-two ; annual reports, sixteen ; amount 
contributed, $65.70. It is organized into a Presbyterial society, and the 
outlook is promising. 

Obion Presbytery has twelve auxiliaries, seven bands and one Young 
Ladies'Society ; number of members, 322; Records taken, fort\'-eight ; 
annual reports, eighty-one ; amount contributed, $327.02. This Presbytery 
has a very good Presbyterial organization. 

Richland Presbytery has four auxiliaries; number of members, fifty- 
two; Records taken, twenty-three; Gems, si's.; amount contributed, $66.58. 

Sparta Presbytery has "three auxiliaries ; number of members, eleven; 
Records taken, one ; annual reports, one ; amount contributed, $21. .50. 

Total number of auxiliaries, seventy-five ; bands, twenty-three ; 
Young Ladies' Societies, three ; number of members, 1,703 ; Records taken, 
363 ; annual reports, 291 ; Geirs, seventy ; amount contributed, $2,485,86. 

These reports are not complete, for all officers have not realized the 
importance of reporting promptl\'. In comparing the reports with those 



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of last year we find that backward steps have been taken all alon^ the 
line. Lebanon, Hopewell and Obion remain about the same in number of 
organizations. The other Presbyteries have decreased. We are especially 
sorry to note the decrease in contributions in every Presbytery. 

in the few months in which I have liad charge of this work the time 
has been spent in becoming acquainted with the work. I have visited 
Obion, Hopewell, Memphis, McMinnville, and Elk Presbyterial societies. 
Good meetings were held which will prove profitable, I trust. I also had 
the pleasure of meeting with the ladies of Lebanon Auxiliary at Lebanon, 
Tenn. 

The greatest need in our work is to become more properly organized 
in our Presbyteries, and to have more system in our Synodical organiza- 
tion. Not enough attention is given to the business meetings of our Pres- 
byterial societies. We are encouraged bj' the work which has been 
accomplished during the past year, but realize that we have not done 
what we should. The work before us is great. It will be done if we, the 
instruments whom the Master will use, place ourselves in his hands to be 
used of him. Mrs. J. A. McDonald. 

Texas. 

Our Synod is composed uf twenty-seven Presbyteries — seventeen 
organized, four others provided with Presbyterial -ecretaries and six not 
yet represented in the work. Most of these are too weak to maintain a 
Presbyterial organization. ^Ve combine the offices of secretary and treas- 
urer, believing it to be most practical. I secured ten new secretaries 
during the year, organized two Presbyterial societies, reorganized three, 
visited eight, sent thirty addresses to those I was unable to visit, and wrote 
over six hundred letters and postals. Witli joy we hailed the birth of 
forty-one auxiliaries and bands. With sorrow we were compelled to write 
" deceased " to twenty-seven of the number reported last year, hence our 
net gain is only fourteen ; gain in membership, over 700 ; in subscription 
to Record, forty-one. 

The year's work has been one of seed sowing, filling up gaps, educat- 
ing, organizing, and bringing order out of chaos in many places. I am 
proud of my noble band of co-workers, and though our light may not 
shine so brightly to-day .the f(iundation for future work is laid so that 
another year a mighty shout will come up from the Lone Star State, which 
I represent, and we will endeavor to lead the van, for our brothers and 
sisters are awakening and heartily co-operating in the work. Notwith- 
standing the pressure in finances Texas has done a noble work. New 
societies are springing up over the broad land, and many societies have 
contributed to the home mission work in the bounds of the Synod. Our 
report does not tell all the work onr women have done the past year. 

Presbyterial offerings were excellent, and many societies kindly 
remembered the Synodical Vice President in a financial way. These 
offerings were gratefully received, as they helped to forward the work. 
Being a stranger and an inexperienced officer my initial work was slow, 
and but for the assurance that God would be my strength, my heart woxild 
ofltimes have failed, my labor been as naught. Like Constantine my co- 
workers and I will say, " I am following Him who is leading me." 

Mrs. Marv Z. Bone. 



REASONS WHY THERE SHOULD BE AN ORGANIZATION IN 
EVERY CONGREGATION. 

1. The command, "Go ye iuto all the W'oiid aud Preach the Gospel to every Creature," is 
as binding upon each disciple as " This do in remembrance of Me.'' 

2. To Christianiza woman is the first step toward Christianizing a people. If the next gener- 
ation is to be Christian, the women and children of to-da)' must be enlightened and converted, 
and to do this Christian women must be sent to them in lai'gely increased numbers. 

3. In most heathen lauds, women are kept in such seclusion that the gospel of Christ can be 
taken to them only by women. The secluded women in Easter i nations are one half of all the 
women of the earth. 

4. The women of our congregations need to be awakened and enlightened as to the magnitude 



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and importance of this work. This can be most effectually done by organized societies, since 
by this means a deeper interest may be aroused, and missionary intelligence be more thor- 
oughly disseminated. 

5. Such a society cultivates svistematic benevolence, and is helpful to every department of 
Christian effort. Small sums are thus gathered regularly, and the aggregate will be large. At 
the same time this does not detract from, but will rather increa.sc the contributions of the con- 
gregation for other causes. It is not expected that Ihi.s Society will do away with the regular 
public collections for Foreign Missions. These will be taken as usual, so that all may have an 
opportunity to aid in sending the gospel to the heathen. 

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 discus.sed in the Sunday-school, the prayer-meeting, and every family of the 
congregation. 

7. The children will thus be trained to love and labor for the cause of Foreign Missions. 
With little effort, under the influence of a woman's society, they may be successfully organized 
into MLssion Bands. The good effect upon their future and that of the Church would be incal- 
culable. 

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 Ut heathen lands. It causes those who go to be sustained, not only by material 
aid, but by the peculiar moral support of woman's sympathies and prayers. 

CONSTITUTION OF THE BOARD. 

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

Art. II.— The object of this IBoard 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 A.ssembly"s Board of Missions iu 
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 quorum. 
They shall elect their own officers, and employ such assistants as the necessities of the work 
may demand. 

Art. IV. — They shall have power to appoint a Vice-president for each Synod, whose duty it 
shall be to hold annually a meeting in ojnnection with Synods; 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 <jf the 
same to 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 he entitled 
to two delegates. At each annual meeting an address by the President, rejiorts V>y the Corre- 
sponding 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 mem- 
bers at any annual meeting. 

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS FOR AUXILIARY SOCIETIES. 

Coxstitutiox. 

Articlk I. — This Society shall be called the Woman's Foreign Missionarj' Society of the 
congregation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

Art. II. — The object of this Society shall be to dis.seminate missionary intelligence, to culti- 
vate a missionary spirit in its members and in the Church, and to secure funds to promote the 
cause of Foreign Missions. 

Art. III. — The officers of this Society .«hall be a President, two Vice-presidents, a .Secretary 
and Treasurer, and shall be chosen aiinually. These officers shall constitute an Executive 
Committee to administer the affairs of the Society. 

Art. IV. — 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 forgiving interest to the meetings, 
and to have a general oversight of the work. One of the Vice-presidents .shall perform the 
duties of the President iu her absence. 

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

3. The Treasurer shall superintend the collection of dues from members of the Society, keep- 
ing an accurate account of all funds intrusted to her, remitting quarterly, or oftener, as the 
Society may direct, to the Treasurer of the Presbyterial 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 addition, at each regular meeting, members shall have an 
opportunity of presenting free-will offerings. Any gentleman paying one dollar or more annu- 
ally shall become an honorary member. 

Art. VI. — This Constitution 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. 



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By-Laws. 



1. Meetings of this Society, for the transaction of business and coinmunieation of intelli- 

fence, shall be held on the of each month. The anniversary meeting shall be 
eld on the of the , when the annual reports of the Secretary and 

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

f 2. At the first regular meeting after her election the President shall appoint Standing Com- 
mittees as follows : 

f JiHrst. — A Committee on Membership, of which the Treasurer shall be 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. 
J" Second. — A Committee on Meetings, of which the President shall be ei-officio Chairman. It 
shall be the duty of this committee to provide a special programme of exercises for each 
meeting. 

3. The Executive Committee shall be intrusted with the duty of procuring and distributing 
such printed matter as may diffuse missionary intelligence among the members of the Society 
and of the congregation. They shall also solicit subscriptions to the Missionary Record, 
and other missionary publications. 

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

5. These By-Laws may be amended by a two thirds vote of the members present at any r^- 
ular meeting. 

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

1. Singing, reading Scripture, and prayer. 

2. Reading minutes of last meeting. 

3. Report of Executive Committee. 

4. Report of Committee on Membership. 

5. Report of Special Committees. 

6. Unfinished Business. 

7. New Business. 

8. Collection of dues by Treasurer, and reception of free-will ott'erings. 

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

10. Reading of missionary letters, essays, addre-sses, etc., as arranged by Committee on 
Meetings. 
IL Announcement of exercises for next meeting by the President. 
12. Adjournment with prayer. 



OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR CLOSING APRIL 15, 1S94. 
Members of the Board. 
MRS. W. J. DARBY, President. 
MRS. J. C. McCLURKIN, Vice President. 
MRS. J. E. WILLIAMSON, Foreign Secretary. 
MISS FRANCES MA GHEE, Recording Secretary. 
MISS LEILA HOLLINGSWORTH, Cor. Sec'y-freas. 

MRS. ALVAH JOHNSON. 

MISS MARGARET SCHWEITZER. 

*MRS. S. F. NISBET. 

MRS. A. M. CASTLEN. 



*Deceased. 

Auxiliary, Young Ladies', Children's Wokk. 
Miss Leila Hollingsworth. 
Committee on Literature. 

Mrs. a. G. Bergen. 
Miss Leila Hollingsworth. 
Managers. — Miss Anna McMurry, Lebanon, Tenn. ; Dr. Katherine Mil- 
ler, Lincoln, 111.; Mrs. R. T. Miller, Sedalia, Mo.; Mrs E. M. Fonts, Deer 
Creek, Ind. ; Mrs. J. R. Brown, St. Louis, Mo. ; Mrs. S. L. Chambers, 
Clarksville, Tenn. ; Mrs. Anna M. Woods, Albion, 111. ; Mrs. Mary Hen- 
dricks, Tehuacana, Texas ; Mrs. S. T. Anderson, Los Angeles, Cal. ; Mrs. 
F. R. Earl, Boonsboro, Ark. ; Mrs. A. R. Taylor, Emporia, Kan. ; Mrs. 
M. L. Bell, Sheffield, Ala. 

Synodical Vice Presidents. — Mrs. J. W. Duvall, Selma, Ala.; Mrs. H- 
L. Gillogly, Newman, 111. ; Mrs. J. A. Francis, Little Rock, Ark. ; Mrs- 
Minerva Taylor, Emporia, Kan. ; Mrs. Geo. L. Osborne, Warrensburg, 
Mo. ; Mrs. Jennie B. Gates, Logansport, Ind. ; Mrs. R. L. Vannice, Wau- 
kon, Iowa ; Mrs. I. H. Goodnight, Franklin, Ky. ; Miss Louise B. Porter, 
Uniontown, Pa. ; Mrs. Alice Landram, Merced^ Cal. ; Mrs. Geo. R. Hill, 
Oxford, Miss. ; Mrs. Chas. Harmon, Lee, Ohio ; Mrs. Emma McDonald, 
Union City, Tenn. ; Mrs. Mary Z. Bone, Greenyille, Texas. 



I04 Publication and Sunday-School Work. [1894. 



II -PUBLICATION AND SUNDAY-SCHOOL WORK. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF PUBLICATION AND SUNDAY- 
SCHOOL WORK. 

To the General Assembly of the CLiiubi'rlaiKl Presbyterian Church: 

Reverend and Dear Brethren : We have just closed a business year, 
which for financial stringency will be ever memorable in the history of 
our Publishing House and in the history of the country. It has been 
marked by bank suspensions and financial failures throughout the entire 
country. As is well known to most of you, the bank through which the 
Publishing House transacts its business was forced to temporarily suspend, 
thereby imperiling to some extent the safety of the House and embarrass- 
ing its business. For more than one month we were practicallj' without 
banking facilites and collection of debts was exceedingly difficult. We 
were forced to make strong and persistent appeals to our debtors and to 
avail ourselves of the authority given by the General Assembly at its last 
meeting, to jcall upon the congregations for donations. Many of our patrons 
responded promptly to our a])peals and by rigid economy and prudence, 
we were enaljled to pass through the past summer with less embarrassment 
than was reasonably expected. 

The collections taken up on Publication Day amounted to only $i,l'35.46; 
the expenses — circulars and postage— amounted to $321.45, leaving net re- 
ceipts $844.01. The number of congregations and friends participating 
therein were only 328. 

As will be seen the Book sales during the fiscal year have fallen below 
those of the past year, but the periodicals have maintained their circulation 
and the Job work has fallen off but slightly. 

The results of the year, as hereinafter set forth, it will be seen are, con- 
sidering all the circumstances, gratifying rather than otherwise. 

The net profits of the year are $7,176.86, and the indebtedness of the 
House has been diminished to the extent of $5,003.28. In this connection 
it is necessary to bear in mind that during this year we have been chang- 
ing all the names on the Cumberland Presbyterian list from old expiration- 
days to new ones and that therefore a large portion of the renewals and 
new subscriptions have been for fractions of a year only. This has ma- 
terially reduced the income of this year ; but, of course, the same will be 
made up during next year. 

The Cumberland Presbyterian. 

One year ago this periodical had 9,510 names on its list ; it now has 9,713, 
an increase of 203 subscriptions. The list is perhaps more free than for 
many years of delinquents. About the first of July last we discontinued 
the payment of all commissions, either for renewals or new subscribers, and 
began offering the paper at $1.50 wherever a number was taken in any 
congregation equal to one-half the families represented in that congregation. 
This enabled small congregations to avail themselves of the cluii rate, as 
well as large ones, a result which could not have Vjeen attained by a club 



i894-] Publication and Sunday-School Work. 105 

limit of a fixed number. This clubbing system has met with almost uni- 
versal approval and has resulted in raising 199 clubs and adding to the list 
1,681 new subscribers, besides a large number of renewals. There have been 
raised in Texas, 55 clubs ; Tenn., 36 ; Ky , 33 ; Ark., 14 ; Miss., and Mo , each 
11 ; Ala., 10 ; Pa., 6 ; Kansas, 5 ; Cal., 4 ; Ind. Ter., 111., and Iowa each 3 ; Col., 
2; Indiana, Xeb., and Oregon each 1. It will thus be seen that while at 
least 1,700 new names have been added to the list, it numbers now only 203 
more than it did last year. The loss, of course, is caused by the failure of 
old subscribers to renew. 

A study of the history of the periodical shows that the greatest diffi- 
culty in keeping up the list has been not so much in securing new sub- 
scribers as in holding the old ones. Activity in getting subscribers has 
not been followed up by the same activity in getting them to renew. The 
cause has been that the subscriptions expired along at difl'erent times dur- 
ing the year. Pastors not remembering when the various subscriptions of 
their people would expire, and regarding the expiration of a single sub- 
scriber as a small matter, have overlooked or neglected it. This difficulty 
suggested the advantage of having all subscriptions in a given State expire 
at tlie same time. We have, therefore, introduced what is now known as 
our uniform Expiration Day, already familiar to the Church. This was in- 
augurated on the first day of July last, and by the first daj' of July next 
practically the entire list will have been re-adjusted in accordance with 
this system. Of course, as we expected, there has been some confusion 
and friction in changing nearly 10,000 names from the old expiration days 
to the new ones. The work, however, is now almost accomplished with- 
out any serious evil results. In order to ascertain the practical workings 
of the system our General Manager has written to every person who has 
raised a club for the paper since first of July last, amounting in all to 
about 180 persons. These persons have had more experien e under the 
new system than any othera. Thus far there have been received 75 replies 
and almost "very mail is bringing additional ones. Of these respondents" 
every one except seven approves the plan most heartily, and nearly all of 
them state not only that they have no objection to it themselves, but have 
heard none from others. Most of them give in detail the advantages of 
the plan, among which are named that it enables not only the pastor, but 
the subscribers themselves, to remember when their subscriptions expire ; 
that it enables the pastor to take up the work of renewals all at one time 
and finish it for the entire year, thus making him less liable to forget or 
neglect it, and enabling him to do the work with far less labor; that it in- 
creases and intensifies the interest of the people themselves in the work of 
raising a club and thus secures their co-operatioD, and that it can thus be 
made the subject of a pulpit discourse. To these merits of the system are 
to be added the advantages to the Publishing House, among which can be 
mentioned the fact that it dispenses with the necessity of setting up and 
changing dates on the mailing list; that it, diminishes very largely the 
labor of notifying subscribers of the expiration of their subscriptions ; that 
it enables the Business Management of the House to concentrate its efforts 
in behalf of the paper on a single State at a time. Of course the conven- 
ience to the House is a matter of minor importance, the great thing to be 
looked to being the enlarging and maintaining of the subscription list. 

In order to further throw light on the work of maintaining the list our 
General Manager addressed about 200 return postal cards to as many per- 
sons in dirt'erent States, whose subscriptions had expired during the year 
and who had failed to renew, asking them the cause of such failure. Of 
these cards 40 were sent to Illinois, 40 to Missouri, 15 to Tennessee, and the 
others scattered through the difterent States, not more than one person be- 
ing selected from any one congregation. To these 36 replies have been re- 
ceived, and 14 assign as the reason of their failure " hard times," eight re- 
newed after the cards were sent out and before their replies, six assign as a 
reason that they were taking another Church paper, five mere neglect, and 
three of the parties, it was found, were dead. 



io6 Publication and Sunday-School Work. [1894. 

The gross income of the paper this year is — 

From subscriptions $12,847 16 

From advertisements 3,925 40 

Making a total of $16,759 30 

The income last year was — 

Subscriptions $16,872 45 

Advertisements 4,222 28 

Making a total of 21,094 73 

Difference in favor of last year — 

On subscriptions.. $ 4,025 29 

On advertisements 296 88 

Total $ 4,335 43 

This difference is due mainly to the fact above mentioned, that a large 
number of the renewals and new subscriptions have been for only fractions 
of a year. It is true that there has been a loss on all club subscribers of 
50 cents each, but this loss is balanced to some extent by commissions 
paid last year. 

It will be seen from the balance sheet that the expenses of producing 
the paper this year are less than last year by $1,246.73, so that the net in- 
come of the paper this year is only $2,796.37 less than that of last year. AVe 
have recently made still further reduction in the cost of the paper on which 
it is printed, which will result perhaps in a saving of about .$1,000 during 
the coming year. 

The persons who have rendered to the Church the valuable service of 
raising clubs for the jiaper deserve your highest commendation. They can 
certainly congratulate themselves \;pon having added nearly 1,700 new sub- 
scribers to the list, besides securing many renewals Avhich otherwise during 
these hard times would not have lieen obtained. Were it hot for swelling this 
report beyond due limits, we would be glad to mention every one of their 
names, but such mention will hereafter be made in the columns of the paper. 

The i)aper contains more reading matter than ever l)efore in its history, 
amounting to 68 standard columns, and is devoted to about 12 depart- 
ments, covering almost every phase of life. 

It is believed that the Church appreciates more than heretofore the ne- 
cessity of extending very widely the circulation of this periodical and that 
during the coming year a more universal interest can be awakened in the 
work of raising clubs. The educating and energizing effect of the reading 
of the paper upon our membership cannot well l)e overestimated. With- 
out a more widely extended circulation among them we cannot expect to 
make of them efficient church members. 

Book Sales. 

Our book sales this year have amounted to $14,386.79, as compared with 
$19,794 98 showing a falling off of $5,408.20. This falling off is considera- 
ble, and yet hardly more than was to be ex))ected from the depressed busi- 
ness conditions of the country. We purpose during the coming year to 
increase our discounts to agents, to sell them at a cheaji price neat con- 
venient sample cases, and to encourage selling by samples under a form of 
contract already prepared, fair to the agent and sale to the House. We 
are impressed with the fact that the only effective way to sell our books on 
a large scale is to take them to the homes of the people. We shall here- 
after avail ourselves more extensively of the benefits of advertising, 
especially Vjy circulars and in the columns of the Sunday school periodi- 
cals. We hope daring the coming year that these efforts, aided by an im- 
provement in the finances of the country, will restore our book sales to 
what they have been formerly, if in fact they do not inci-ease them. 



i894-] Publication and Sunday-School Work. 107 

The Sunday-School Periodicals. 

The number of subscribers on the list of each Suuday school periodical 
for the year ending April 30, 1894: 

Bible Study 5,27(5 

Sunday School Comments 36,405 

Rays of Light 27,624 

Weekly Sunday-School Gem 8,431 

Semi-monthly Gem 5,915 

Missionary Gem only 1,007 

Our Lambs ". 24,916 

Lesson Leaves 18,901 

The above figures do not fully represent the circulation of the periodi- 
■cals. The schools have been exceedingly tardy in sending in their orders 
for the second quarter, and orders are still coming in daily. The proba- 
bilities are that when the orders are all in the circulation will not differ ma- 
terially from that of last year. 

There has been a large increase in the list of Bible Study. The gross income 
on all the periodicals during this year was $22,457.23 ; for last year, $21,460.85, 
making a difference in favor of "this year of $998.38. The net profit has 
been increased this year over that of last to the amount of $863.13. It will 
be seen from the balance sheet that every Sunday school periodical has 
yielded a profit except BibJe Study, on which there is a loss of $341.77. 
This periodical has been improved this year to the extent of making it 
almost an entirely new one. Under the general editorial management of 
Dr. Darby, a large number of able writers have been secured to contribute 
to its columns, and its merits will now compare with the very best lesson 
helps in the country. It has receivea many very high commendations from 
all j>arts of the Church and even some from parties outside of our Church. 
It is to be hoped that the Church will so far appreciate its merits as to in- 
crease its circulation till it will 1>e not only self-sustaining, but yield a 
profit. 

While the periodicals are used by more of our schools than ever before, 
yet it is still a fact that a large number of our schools are taking either no 
literature or a very inadequate (luantity, and even some of them are still 
patronizing those of undenominational publishers. It is true also that a 
large numiber of our people are working in union schools, that take unde- 
nominational literature. This situation should be changed as rapidly as 
possible. Our own schools should patronize our own Publishing House and 
use our own periodicals. The sooner also that our schools can be converted 
into denominational ones the sooner their efficiency and success will be en- 
hanced. Our people should be imi)ressed with the fact that they can- 
not afford to deny their children the best facilities for studying the Bible 
and the strongest incentives to do so. It is very rarely that a case will be 
found where there is such actual poverty as to justify such denial. We 
need scarcely add that the merits of the periodicals are but little below 
what the most exacting would fix them at. 

Job Work. 

It will be seen from the balance sheet that the job work has this vear 
yielded a profit of $1,786.30. 

Our Collections. 

It appears from the balance sheet that there is due the house, consti- 
tuting part of its assets, the sum of $17,936.25. Of this, however, about 
$9,200.00 is for Sunday school periodicals, which does not mature until 
July and October next. Deducting this leaves the indebtedness now due 
something less than $9,000. Of thts amount something over $3,175.09 are 
delinquent accounts. Had we been able to collect this money, we could 



io8 Publication and Sunday-School Work. [1894. 

have to a corresponding extent have reduced the debt owing by the 
House. It has been to us a matter of serious consideration as to what 
should be done to curtail the amount of credit business being done by the 
House. It is evident that this extensive credit business is largely diminish- 
ing our actual profits by the loss of bad debts. We hope your reverend 
body will make this matter a subject of serious consideration and direct 
what in your juilgment seems best. 

Oi K Finances. 

During this year we have reduced our indebtedness to our Bank to the 
extent of |2,000"and have paid on our short bonds $1 ,500. There has been 
also a reduction in our general floating indebtedness making, as above 
stated, a total reduction in our indebtedness of $5,00o.28. 

Depart.ment of Sunday School Work. 

Tiie details of this work for the year are fully set forth in the report of 
tlie General Assembly's Sunday-School Committee, which is hereto ap- 
pended. That committee has carefully considered the demands of the 
work and being composed of men of good judgment, devoted to the inter- 
ests of the Church, its recommendations liave been adopted in every in- 
stance and carried by the foard. 

During the year, for reasons set forth in the report of the committee, 
M. B. De Witt, D.D., resigned the office of General Superintendent of 
Sunday School work. Dr. De Witt has occupied this position for a num- 
ber of years. During most of this time he has discharged the duties of 
the office in connection with editorial work on some of the Sunday-School 
periodicals. In his labors he was actuated l)y a zeal and consecration 
which marked him as a true and faithful servant of the Church. He- 
traveled throughout the bounds of the denomination and delivered many 
acldresses to conventions, institutes and judicatories, and never failed 
to infuse into his auditors much of his own interest in his great work. 
He was univei\sally beloved, and had so endeared himself to the mem- 
bers and employees of the Boartl that it is with deep regret that we sever 
the relations that have existed between us. We do so invoking the blessings 
of God upon him and his work. The Board has made a contract with Rev. 
Geo. O. Bachmau, of Enfield, 111., to act as Superintendent of Sunday 
School Work from the first day of April, 1894, to the first day of July, 
1895. Owing to the fact that the Children's Day fund is entirely exhausted, 
he has agreed to work for the nominal sum of $25 per month and the ex- 
penses of his office for the months of April, May, and June and at $100 per 
month for the following year. This contract is subject to any action which 
may be taken by your body, and he takes the risk of the Children's Day 
collection next year being sutfii-ient, after paying other expenses of the 
office, to ijay his salary. Should it not be sufficient, it is his loss and there 
is to be no charge upon the board for the unpaid balance, nor is it to lie a 
ciiarge upon the next year's i-eceipts. He has had long experience in Sun- 
day school work, has entered systematically and energetically upon the 
same, and it is hoped that the proceeds of Children's Day collections 
will largely exceed the expenses of his office and his salary and leave a 
liberal fund to be distributed among the various Presbyteries for the pro- 
motion of the work. The report of Brother Bachman is herewith trans- 
mitted and your most careful attention invited to his plans and suggestions. 

Account of Treasurer. 

We herewith append the statement of our account as Treasurer of the 
General Assembly, showing the amount received by the Board and the 
amount paid out. 

Profoundly grateful to our heavenly Father that we have been so suc- 
cessfully guided through the trying exigencies of this fiscal year and equally 



i894-] Publication and Sunday-School Work. 109 

trustful for bis guidance and assistance in the future, we respectfully sub- 
mit to your careful consideration and direction the interests of this im- 
])ortant department of the work of our beloved Church. 

J. C. Pkovixe, 
P. H. Manlove, 
John H. Reynolds, 
W. T. Baird, 
Hamilton Parks, 
J. H. Zarecor, 
Selden R. Williams. 

Report of Advisory Sltnday School Committee. 

To the Moderator and Brethren of the General Assembly, sitting at Eugene, Oregon : 

Your committee have held during the year five meetings, full informa- 
tion concerning which has been given through the columns of the Cumber- 
land Presbyterian. Tbe first meeting was held June lo, 1893, in joint 
conference with the Board of Publication. At this meeting J. I. D. Hinds 
was made chairman, and T. M. Hurst secretary of the committee. All 
the members of the committee were present except T. H. Perrin, who 
rendered a valid excuse for his absence. At this meeting the committee 
recommended to the Board that Dr. DeWitt be continued in the otiice of 
superintendent so long as ihe receipts from the Children's Day Fund 
would ju.stify, l)ut that no debt be created. 

The second meeting was held Aug. ?>], 189.'!, for the purpose of answering 
the request of the Illinois Sunday School Association to know what 
amount would be allowed them from the fund during the year. It 
appearing to the committee that there would not be money enough to ]>ay 
contingent exi)enses and the salary oi the superintendent, and in conse- 
quence of the ])revious resolution to create no debt, the committee recom- 
mended that no amount be promised to any State. 

The third meeting was held Dec. 23, 1893. The Business Manager of 
the Publishing House informed the committee that the Children's Day 
Fund was about exhausted, and asked for instructions. The committee felt 
compelled to let Dr. DeWitt retire from the othce of superintendent, since 
to have continued him in the office until the meeting of the General 
Assembly would have created a debt of about $700. Ari-angements wei'e 
at the same time iiiade to have the Children's Day Exercise printed and 
the necessary clerical work performed until a new superintendent should 
be elected. 

The committee met again March 7, 1894, and took steps towards the 
selection of a superintendent. A committee was ai)pointed to act with 
the Board of Publication. After conference and consultation with various 
parties a contract was made with Rev. G. O. Bachman, of Enfield, 111., 
who entered at once upon tbe duties of the office. 

At this meeting the following resolution was passed, and we respect- 
fully ask the General Assembh' to carefully consider it and take such 
action as in its judgment it may deem best: 

"Resolved, That the General Assembh' be requested to define and enlarge 
the powers and responsibilities of the Advisory Committee, and we suggest 
the following : 

" 1. That the committee appoint and emploj' the Superintendent of 
Sunday Schools. 

" 2. That the committee have full charge and direction of the work, and 
that the superintendent be made responsible to the committee, and be 
required to report to them from time to time. 

" 3. That the raising and distribution of the Children's Day Fund be 
entirely under the control of the committee. 

"4. That the committee meet at least once a year with the Board of 
Publication. 

" 5. That the committee and the superintendent be instructed to do all 
they can to enlarge the circulation of our Sunday school literature." 



no Publication and Sunday-School Work. [1894 

It is our pleasure to state to the Assembly that notwithstanding the 
financial troubles of the past year the Sunday school cause is now in good 
and prosperous condition. The supei'intendent is pushing the work vigor- 
ously, the Children's Day Exercises have been distributed, and the 
churches are preparing to take the collection. It is only necessar}' to 
arouse interest and inspire confidence in order to largely increase the fund 
and enable those who have it in charge to do a grand missionary work for 
our beloved Church. 

Respectfully submitted. J. I. D. Hinds, Chairman, 

For the Committee. 

Treasurer's Report. 

Board of Publication, Treasurer, to General Assembly, Cumberland Pres- 
byterian Church. 

DEBTOR. 

March 28, 1894, cash $1,000 Oa 

" 30, " " 350 oa 

$1,350 00 

CREDITS. 

April 29, 1893, balance due the Board on printing, etc...$ 400 00 

Aug. 15, 1894, printing General Assembly Minutes 1,541 92 

" 15, " printing envelopes, letter heads, blanks, 33 73 — 1,975 65 



Now due the Board on printing, etc $ 625 65 



BALANCE SHEET 





TRIAL BALANCE. 


INVEN- 
TORY. 


PROFIT & LOSS. 




YEAR ENDING APRIL 29, 1894. 


Debit. 


Credit. 


Loss. 


Gain. 


Resources. 


Liabilities. 






8113,730 11 










$113,370 11 




$ 5,583 76 

21,149 91 

126 13 

2,2.51 87 

522 94 

5.135 51 

8,442 91 

30,000 00 

5,000 OH 


5,583 76 

21,149 91 

126 13 

2,251 871 

• 522 94] 
5,135 51] 
8,442 91' 
30,000 00 
5,000 00 


« 107 50 
1,128 34 
321 22 
86 26 
155 00 
188 93 
348 99 




i 5,583 76 

21,149 91 

126 13 

2,251 87 

522 94 

5,135 51 

8,442 91 

30,000 00 

5,000 00 




































Paper Stock 










T"m"e8 




The Cumberland Presbyterian 






































Rays 1,603 46 

Lambs 463 03 

Gems 1,846 37 












1 






































89,017 41 
less loss on Bible Study 341 77 
















$8,675 64 








8,675 64 

1,786 30 

235 41 

844 01 












































Real Estate and Improvements 


10,000 00 
3,058 00 

82,318 46 
119 93 
440 57 




10,000 00 
3,058 00 
82,318 46 




10,000 00 
3,058 00 

82,318 46 
119 93 
440 57 












New Publishing House 
























75 

688 66 

359 08 

8,296 64 

3,533 36 

13,300 00 

48,500 00 








75 






688 66 














359 08 


Bills Payable 












8,296 64 


Bills Payable (Real Estate) 




3,533 36 














13,300 00 














48,500 00 


Cash . . 


109 61 




1 


109 61 






192 92 
5,936 33 








192 92 














5,936 33 


Delinquent Accounts Recivable 


3,175 09 
17,103 16 




j 




3,175 09 
17,103 16 








1 












1 16 49 

10 10 

756 82 

29 37 

127 05 

1,709 51 

213 60 

7,161 86 
















































Old House Rent 




















4 


















































8194,537 85 


»194,.537 85 




S12,361 04 


$12,361 04 


$194,537 85 


$194,537 85 



Ministerial Relief. [1894. 



Ill.-MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 



THIRTEENTH ANNUAL EEPORT OF THE BOARD OF MINIS- 
TERIAL RELIEF OF THE CUMBERLAND 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbvteiian Church, in session at Eugene, Ore., 
May, 1894. 

Standing between the membership and the ministry of the Church, it 
has been our happy office to receive the offerings of the grateful and gen- 
erous, and distribute the same to the aged veterans who have retired from 
the ranks; also to the families of those who have been called to their 
reward. With equal cheerfulness we come in this Annual Report to your 
body to give an account of our stewardship, for we know that you and the 
whole Church will be glad to listen to the recital of what has been done 
for a cause so tender and sacred as Ministerial Relief. We cannot come 
with a report of increased gifts and enlarged beneficence, but in this we 
are sure you will not be disappointed, as it is well understood that the 
existing financial state of the country must seriously interfere with all 
pulbic enterprises that depend upon the voluntary offerings of the people. 
You will be pleased to know, however, that the falling off in receipts is 
not so large as to cause any distressing embarrassment, although many 
households have been compelled to accept less than they had hoped to 
receive from this source. The falling oft" in contrilmtions compared with 
last year is $430.00. 

Our correspondence with the Church impresses us that there are many 
thousands who love this cause so dearly that they will give to it if they 
must divide their last dollar with these noble servants of our blessed 
Master. We are confident, therefore, that whatever emergencies may 
arise, Ministerial Relief will ever remain steadfastly entrenched in the 
hearts of the people, and that its interests will not be allowed to seriously 
retrograde. If it may truly be said in purely secular affairs that he is 
thrice armed whose cause is just, much more may we feel assured that 
such an enterprise as this must override all temporarj' obstacles, since it 
is based upon the plain teachings of the immutable word of God. " Even 
so hath the Lord ordained that they which preach the go.spel should live 
of the gospel." Therefore the true servant of God will take heed to him- 
self that he forsake not the Levite as long as he lives upon the earth. 

Inspired by the conviction that ours is a God-given enterprise, we of 
this Bijard will continue with all possible earnestness to press its claims 
upon pastors and people so long as it is your will that we should represent 
you in this behalf. With the plain teachings of the Word of God, with 
facts and incidents from the homes of the distressed, and with the applica- 
tion of the best methods for awakening interest and procuring contribu- 
tions, we hope to assist in that educating process which is so much 
needed throughout all portions of our Church. How extensive is this 
need of improvement may readi'y be seen from the finaacial exhibit that 
accompanies this report. In order that we may note wherein we need to 
improve, it will be both interesting and profitable to observe particularly 
some features of this exhibit. 



i894- 



Ministerial Relief. 



113 



The Work in the Congregations. 

Take for example the following facts: Although there are 1,147 con- 
tributing congregations, only 189 make offerings as large as $10.00, and the 
offerings of 665, or more than one-half of the entire list, are less than $5.00. 
There are 14 Presbyteries which contain 256 congregations and lo,000 
communicants, in which no congregation gives as much as $5.00. Ob- 
serve it is not that no individual out of these thousands, but no entire 
congregation in all the bounds of these 14 Presbyteries gives even 
this small sum. Then we note there are 42 Presbyteries, representing 
nearly 1,000 congregations and 50,000 members, in which no offering from 
a whole congregation is as large as $10.00. Of the 77 Presljyteries where 
an offering as large as $10 00 has been made, 3:3 contain only one congrega- 
tion that gives this amount ; and 25 have only three congregations that 
have come up to this standard. Certainly here is an inviting field for 
education in the scripture principle of systematic and proportionate giving. 
To say that in all these hundreds of contributing congregations that give 
less than five or ten dollars each there are not multitudes of single indi- 
viduals who could give more than all are now giving if the Bible principle 
were observed " in this grace also," would be to make a very doubtful 
assertion Again it is worthy of note that of the contributing congrega- 
tions 50 give less than one dollar, and 225 give less than two dollars, and 
340 aive less than three dollars. The day of small things is certainly not 
to be despised, but alas for the extension of our denominational work if 
the standard of giving is always to remain thus small. How to elevate it 
is evidently one of the problems of the hour. Then let it be remembered 
that there are 1,800 other congregations that have not contributed any- 
thing to this cause, and most of whom are probably alike unmindful of 
other enterprises of the Church. Not until the broad and generous princi- 
ples embodied in the scripture idea of giving are inculcated among these 
tens of thousands of our communicants will the general enterprises of the 
Church assume the large proportions which ought to characterize their 
work. 

Enlargement Throicjh the Pastor. 

As a Board, entrusted with an important department of our Church 
affairs, we realize that enlargement must come through the agency of tlie 
pastor, as the leader and educator of the people. Surely the people will 
listen when one presents such a cause as Ministerial Relief, supjjorted as 
it is by both scriptural and humanitarian principles, and certainly tlie 
presentation of this cause will afl'ord the pastor an excellent opportunity 
for training the people in this important phase of religious duty. While 
difficulties are enhanced by the fact that in so many cases pastor and i)eople 
meet each other only once or twice a month, yet we earnestly hope that a 
cause so dear as the one we represent may not be overlooked To this end 
we invoke the aid of your influence, as the chief judicature of the Church, 
in enlisting the hundreds of congregations that are doing nothing and in 
developing the grace of giving among those that already remember the 
Levite and his household. We have been thankful to our larger congre- 
gations for the offerings sent us, but have been obliged to note with regret 
a falling oft' in many instances. The congregations that have contributed 
$30.00 or more are as follows : 



Congregation. Amount 

Meridian, Miss $30 00 

Mesquite, Texas 30 00 

Winters, Cal 30 00 

Tehuacana, Texas 30 25 

Marshall, Mo 34 40 

Argvle, Ills 35 10 

Franklin, Ky 35 60 

Lincoln, Ills 36 10 

8 



Congregation. Amount. 

Owensboro, Ky $36 45 

Auburn, Ky 37 01 

Memphis, Tenn 37 68 

Groesbeck, Texas 40 00 

Jackson Center, Pa 40 00 

Kansas City, Mo 40 21 

Lebanon, Tenn 41 40 

Loudon, Tenn 42 00 



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Ministerial Relief. 



[1894. 



Congregation. Amouut. 

Nebraska City, Neb $42 50 

Dunbar, Neb 45 00 

Warrensburg, 'Slo , 45 30 

Nashville, Tenn 46 00 

Chattanooga, Tenn 47 46 

Erin, Tenn 50 00 

Cleburne, Texas 50 00 

Clarksville, Texas 50 75 



Congregation. Amount- 

Eugene, Oregon $55 80 

Ft. Worth, Texas 56 50 

Gainesville, Texas 61 15 

St. Louis, Mo 60 00 

Corsicana, Texas 64 29 

Mexia, Texas 65 85 

Uniontown, Pa 90 00 

Evansville, Ind 121 14 



Presbyteries. 

The Presbyteries from which the largest contributions have been 
received are as follows : 

Lexington, with 67 congregations $311 70 

Indiana, with 23 congregations 227 89 

Red Oak, with 40 congregations 239 67 

Lebanon, with 45 congregations 222 25 

Obion, with 48 congregations 199 11 

Guthrie, with 43 congregations 191 35 

Tehuacana, with 18 congregations 175 95 

Union, with 9 congregations 166 81 

Union Presliytery, of Pennsylvania Synod, ranks as the banner Pres- 
bytery in Ministerial Relief work this ^-ear All of its 9 congregations have 
made offerings, this being the only Presbytery that has made this record. 
The aggregate amount is also the largest in proportion to membership. 
One of its congregations, Uniontown, ranks second in the list of contrfbu- 
tions as to amount, and is first on the list when relative membership is 
considered We are pleased to call special attention to a Presbytery whose 
record indicates such interest in this work. In three separate particulars 
Union is entitled to the first rank. From four Presbyteries, Greer County 
and East Louisiana, in Texas Synod, John Buchanan in Arkansas Synod 
and Princeton, New Jersey, in Pennsylvania Synod, no contributions have 
been received. The aggregate contributions of the three largest Synods 
are as follows: Texas, $1,684.56 ; Tennessee, $1,298.76; Missouri, $1,201.88, 
our Texas brethren continuing in the lead as they were last year. Kansas 
Synod shows an increase over last j'ear, and all other Synods a slight 
decrease. 

Individual Offerings. 

Special attention has been paid to this part of our work and we are 
glad to report a considerable increase. The aggregate amount this year is 
$864.35. The nature of this cause is such that it ought to appeal with 
peculiar force to the heart of the individual Chri.'^tian. We earnestly hope 
that the annual receipts from this source will increase in rapid proportion. 
The list of individual contributors and the amount given by each is as 
follows : 



Allen, Mrs. C. N., Paris, Texas 

Allen, Rev. W. M., Marshall, Texas 

Anderson, Preslej% Warrensburg, Mo 

Atkins, Mrs. Fannie, Jacksonville, Ala.... 

Baker, Jere, Long Branch, Mo 

Blackford, Mrs. Eliza, Niles, Ohio 

Blakey, Mrs. G. T., Auburn, Ky 

Bishop, C. P., Salem, Ore..... 

Bobbitt, Mrs. J. C.-, Henry, Tenn 

Boone, Rev. J. D., San Marcos, Texas 

Borah, Rev. J. T., and wife, Rienzi, Miss. 
Broad, C. L, Paris, Texas 



1 00 
5 00 

2 50 
5 00 
1 00 
5 00 
5 00 
1 00 
5 00 
1 00 

1 00 

2 00 



1894] Ministerial Relief. 115 

Browne, I. K., Springvale, Tenn 20 00 

Bryan, Mrs. A. E., Pittsburgh, Pa 10 00 

Burns, Mrs. M. A., Belvoir, Kan , I 00 

Caldwell, H. T., Benton, Ark 5 Oa 

Caldwell. Miss S. A., Scottsboro, Ala I 00 

Calhoun, A. J., Liberty, Mo 00 

Campbell, G. W., Carthage, Mo 25 

Carnahan, Rev. A. E., and wife, Union, Neb 37 25 

Childs, J. W., Rochester. Ill 5 00 

Churchill, Mrs. J. B, Lakeland, Fla.. 5 00 

Clagett, Chas., Salem, Ore 1 00 

Conrud, W. A., Arroyo Grande, Cal 10 00 

Crawford, estate of Rev. W. H., Kingston, Tenn 32 50 

Critchlow, F. P., Prospect, Pa 10 00 

Crow, J. T., Crow's Landing, Cal 12 00 

Davis, ^y. G., Delta, Col 1 00 

Dillon, Rev. W. G., Cleveland, Tenn. 2 00 

Dillow, Rev. M., Cerro Gordo, 111 1 00 

Donaldson, N., and familv, Kennett, Mo 2 25 

Dougan. J. W.. Willistou, Tenn 2 50 

Duval, P. W., Delta, Col 10 00 

Edwards, W. H., and family, Chanute, Kan 1 00 

Edwards, Rev. J. E., and family. Water Valley, Ky 5 66 

Evans, Mrs. John, Punxsutawney, Pa " 2 00 

Ewing, ^Irs. Martha, Marshall, Mo 1 00 

Fields, Rev. C. H., and wife, Bedford, N. H 5 00 

Foster, T. Boyd, Stevenson, Ala 5 00 

Friends, Charleston, Ark .*.... 3 00 

Gardner, Miss Ella, Osaka, Japan 5 00 

Gates, Mrs. Jennie B., Logansport, Ind 1 00 

Gault, Mrs. M. F., and friends, Franklin, Tenn 1 50 

Glenn, W. P., Childress. Texas 2 00 

Glover, Rev. G. W., Princeton, Ky 8 00 

Hadden, C. B., and family, Harperville, Miss 1 00 

Haddock, Rev. Xoah, Diona, 111 1 00 

Hancock, Mrs. L. J., Elkton, Ky 1 00 

Hardin, P. li., Rome, Ga .'. 10 00 

Hardwick, Samuel, Liberty, Mo 5 00 

Hays, Rev. C. E., St. Joseph, Mo 1 00 

Hearon, A. E., Mayhew, Miss 1 00 

Hendrix, Mrs. Kate, Rockvale, Tenn 2 45 

Hjrriot, John G., Novelty, Mo 5 00 

Hollinsworth, E. A., Benson, Ark 5 OO 

Holman. J. T., Weimar, Texas : 5 00 

Hooper, C. J., Harperville, 3[iss 2 50 

Jackson, A. H., Beaver Creek, 111 1 00 

Jackson, J. A., and wife, McKeesport, Pa 5 00 

Jarvis, W. M., Rose Hill, Iowa 1 00 

Johnson, P. A., Masontown, Pa 1 50 

Kinneman, Gustave, Unionville, 111 (?) 

Kellv, Rev. J. H., Favetteville, Ark 2 50 

Latta, Mrs. Belle, Dodd City, Texas 8 34 

Lawyer, Rev. F. P., Guanajuato, Mexico 10 00 

Lewis, Mrs. Jas. C, Greensburg, Ky 5 oO 

Lowey, Rev. J. B., Carrsville, Ky 4 QO 

]\[agill, Mrs. Mary, Swanwick, Mo 1 05 

Mann, Mi-s. Catharine, Marshall, Mo 1 00 

Martin, Mrs. E. J , Sacramento, 111 1 00 

Martin, Miss Laura, Decatur, 111 5 00 

Marsh, Mrs. J. V., and family, Canton Bend, Ind 2 00 

Marvel, S. O., Mounts, led 1 00 



ii6 MiNivSTERiAL Relief. [1894. 

McBrvde, Rev. A. M., Harperville, Miss 5 00 

McCaleb, Rev. H. Y., Cadaretta, Miss ] 00 

McCluney, Rev. P. M., Holden, Mo 2 00 

McCrockett. "Uncle," Warrensburg/Mo 1 00 

McGaughey, Rev. E. P., Lebanon, Tenn 2 00 

McKimmey, Rev. W. P., Crescent, Texas 35 

McKnight, Mrs. Pauline, Chamois, Mo o 00 

McVicker, :\Irs. Catharine, Billings, Ohio 2 00 

McReynolds, M. P., Hattieville, Ark 1 00 

Menzies, Rev. James, Marrowbone, Kv 10 00 

Mills, C. B., Little Rock, Ark ." 5 00 

Mitchell, Rev. G. W., D.D., Pulaski, Tenn 2 50 

Mitchell, Rev. J. B., D.D., Kirksville, Mo 1 00 

Montgomerv, Mrs. M., Haubstadt, Ind 5 00 

Mead; Dr. G. L., Belton, Mo 12 00 

Murchison, T. F., Athens. Texas 5 00 

Newman, Mr. J. 31., and wife. North Yakima, Wash 3 00 

Norrell, Rev. A. B., Buffalo Gap, Texas 2 00 

O'Barr, J. T., Ledbetter, Texas 25 00 

Orrick, estate of Mrs. Minerva, Lee's Summit, Mo 254 75 

Paisley, W. P. B., Emporia, Kan 10 00 

Powell, Geo. 0., Corpus Christi, Texas 5 00 

Quev, Mrs. Susan, San Marcos, Texas 1 00 

Rayburn, Mr. and Mrs. G. T., Middletown, 111 5 00 

Renick, j\Irs. R. A , Napoleon, Mo 1 00 

Revnolds. John H., Rome, Ga 25 00 

Rice, T. B., and wife, Chilhowee Mo 10 00 

Roberts, Mr^. Lou C, Sandusky, Texas 1 00 

Rodgers, Dr. J. P., Taxahaw, S. C 5 00 

Rudolph, C. H., Portersville, Ind 1 00 

Russell, Rev. G. B., Trussville, Ala 1 00 

Sanders, Rev. C. B., Columbia, Tenn 1 00 

Sandidge, Rev. W. H. C, Columbia, Ky 5 00 

Sharp, Rev. H. 3L, Aguascalientes, Mexico 5 00 

Sinclair, M. H., Lutts, Tenn 5 00 

Smith, F. G., and daughter, Covington, Texas 1 00 

Smith, F. R., Joidonia, Tenn 2 00 

Sowers, Rev. John P., Alone, Ky 5 00 

Spillman, G. L., and Lottie, Danville, Ind ] 00 

Terhune, Mr. and Mrs. B., Bradfordsville, Kv 3 00 

Terrell, H. C, Charleston, Texas :......".. 2 50 

Thompson, Mrs. M. E. H., Lloydtown, Out 2 00 

Thompson, Miss M. J., Princeton, Ala 1 00 

Tison, Mrs. W. H. H., Baldwvu, Miss 4 50 

"T. M." Hiawatha, Kan '. 1 00 

Turner, Weslev, Faucett, Mo 1 00 

Yestal, Mrs. A". T., TimmonL. Tenn 50 

Warren, Mrs. M. E., Lavinia^ Tenn 2 00 

Webber, Mrs. Nancv J , Pawnee, 111 5 00 

White, Mrs. Jemima, Dutch Mills, Ark 1 00 

Whitsett, Mrs. M., Wrencoe, Tenn 40 00 

Wicks, Mrs. Annie E., Oakvvood, Mo 2 00 

Wilson, Rev. F. P., Bronghton, 111 1 00 

Wilson, Mrs. M. T., Flora, III ] 00 

Winn, Jas. A., Plattsburg, Mo 5 00 

Wood, Rev. T. B., Columbus, Miss 4 00" 

Woosley, Mr. and Mrs. L. M., Canej'ville, Kv .. 10 00 

Yates, Mr. and Mrs. J. W., Blue Springs, Miss..... 2 00 



Total from individuals $864 35 



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117 



Sunday-Schools and Christian Esdeavdk Soiieties. 

As dii-ected by your body, we have communicated with Sunday- 
Schools and Young People's Societies, suggesting it as a special pri\-ilege 
for the vonth of the Church to do something for the comfort of the aged 
and helpless, and especially for the orphan. The responses have not been 
so extensive as we had hoped they might be. They are as follows : 



REtEiiTS From Sunday-Schools. 



Alabama. 
Meridianville $3 15 

Arkansas. 

Beebe SI 82 

Clarendon 4 75 

Clarksville 2 00 

Ft. Smith 1 35 

Jonesboro 1 00 

Little Rock 70 

XewHope., 2 00 

Ozark 5 40 

Pleasant Flat 1 75 

Illinois. 

Bethany $2 10 

Decatur 67 

Fairfield 1 40 

Greeuview 2 70 

Liberty Prairie 3 Itt 

Leroy 3 55 

Mt. Zion 10 62 

Sangamon Bottom 3 09 

Indiana. 

Evansville (first church) $35 54 

Petersburg 1 50 

Shiloh 2 25 

Colorado. 
Canon City $4 00 

Nebraska. 
Nebraska City 92 50 

Kentucky. 

Auburn Sll U 

Casevville 1 75 

Danville 2 50 

Fredonia 4 20 

Louisville 2 62 

Pleasant Ridge 2 60 

Trinity i 45 

Princeton 5 82 

Pleasant Hill 1 00 

Sturgis 4 00 

M1S.SISSIPP1. 

Corinth $2 40 

Rienzi 50 

Water Vallev 1 16 



Ohio. 
Bradford .^l 00 



Kansas. 
Pleasant Vallev 



S] 00 



Missouri. 



Blairstown § .50 

Columbus 1 60 

Golden City 2 75 

Guthrie 2 .50 

Independence 1 37 

Kansas City 4 71 

Louisiana 00 

Memphis 2 00 

New Hope 95 

Patterson 2 60 

Purdy 1 20 

Shawnee Mound 10 00 

Sugar Creek 2 58 

Butler 1 32 

New Liberty 2 52 

Waldon 2 55 

California. 

Alamo SI 00 

Union 1 00 

Winters 2 05 

Pennsylvania. 

Hopewell $2 10 

Coal Center 5 00 

Rock Lick 1 62 

Union 25 00 

Tennessee. 

Bellbuckle $2 30 

Clarksville 1 67 

Over 4 54 

Dversburg 10 0) 

Hurricane Hill 1 88 

Bethel 2 50 

Huntingdon 3 22 

Lewisburg 2 25 

Salem 1 00 

Greenfield 7 35 

Santa Fe 3 00 

Trezevant 2 05 

Lawrenceburg. 1 00 



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Ministerial Relief. 



[1894. 



Texas. 

Ballinger $3 46 

Colorado 1 40 

Corsicana 24 09 

Davilla 80 

Denton 13 65 

Farmersville 15 00 



Texa.s. 

Ft. Worth 6 50 

Henderson 2 30 

Mesquite 4 60 

Mexia 5 55 

Round Rock 2 00 

McMinn's Chapel 3 85 



Total from Sunday-schools $348 99 

Receipts From Christian Endeavor Societies. 



Arkansas. 
Little Rock $1 00 

Illinois. 

Bethany $3 65 

Biggsville 1 00 

Norris City 1 15 

California. 
Winters $1 00 

Kansas. 
Wagstaff. $\ 35 

Mississippi. 
Oxford $1 20 

Missouri. 

Kirksville $1 00 

Independence 70 

Sarcoxie 7 25 



Indiana. 

Ellettsville $1 00 

Harrodsburg 1 00 

Nebraska. 
Dunbar $4 55 

Kentucky. 

Auburn $3 40 

Hopkinsville 2 00 

Pennsynvania. 
Uniontown $10 00 

Tennessee. 

Clarksville $1 70 

Greenville 1 65 

Texas. 

Corsicaua $4 45 

Washington. 
Garfield $2 20 



Total from Christian Endeavor Societies $57 25 



Our Beneficiaries. 

Death has made serious inroads the past year among the families to 
whose comfort you have been ministering through this fund. Seven have 
been transferred to the roll of the redeemed, being now numbered among 
the spirits of the just made perfect whose names are written in heaven. 
Some have signified their ability to care for themselves without further 
aid from this source, while quite a number of new names have been added 
on recommendations from the Presbyteries. The list of beneficiaries now 
consists of 99 families, there bring 44 ministers, 55 that are widows of min- 
isters, and two families of orphan children. Following is a detailed state- 
ment of the amount sent out to beneficiaries during the year: 

Amount Paid Beneficiaries. 



Name. 



TO MINISTERS. 
Preslivterv. 



Await, Solomon Marshall $ 40 00 

Baldri(lge, Wm. H Dallas 69 00 

Bratcher, D. P Nolin 41 25 

Brown, W. W Anderson 60 00 

Cary, I. N Pennsylvania 50 00 

Clampitt, Geo. N Louisiana 150 00 

Covey, J. R Red River 25 00 



i894-] Ministerial Relief. 119 

>faiue. Presbytery. Amount- 

Dawson, W. B Guthrie 165 65 

Dooley, Linnville Sacramento 50 00 

Ediuiston, M. J Guadalupe 80 00 

Garrett, J. B Princeton, Kv 30 00 

Gaston, J. E Red Oak 10 00 

Hall, James Chattanooga 80 00 

Holliugs worth, H. B Bartholomew..: 40 00 

Jackson, J. B McMinnville 35 00 

Johnson, W. W Cumberland 50 00 

Julian, Lewis Bartholomew 95 00 

Kistner, J.B Springfield 90 00 

Lewis, S. M ; San Saba 40 00 

Linxwiler, C. T Vandalia 60 00 

McCutchan, J. F Madison 35 00 

McKimmev, W. P Red Oak 80 00 

McMahon,' W. S Madison 50 00 

McConnell, M. W Sparta 30 00 

Marshall, Jesse Porter 50 00 

Marshall, D. R Lebanon 100 00 

Miller, M. C Neosho 35 00 

Milligau, M.G Talladega 50 00 

Myatt, E Searcy 50 00 

Power, J. J Robert Donnell 65 00 

Quaite, \V. G. L Davis 140 00 

Rea, P. G New Lebanon 105 00 

Richards, J. L Trinity 75 00 

Sampson, V.N Albion 10 00 

Sanders, R. E Tehuacana 148 35 

Short, Allen Republican Vallev 70 00 

Smith, J. W. L Georgia '. 71 00 

Smith, W.O Foster 40 00 

Stewart,S.T Pennsylvania 80 00 

White, James Sangamon 125 00 

Willmon, Joseph Bartholomew 40 00 

Wright, C.J Knoxville 55 00 

Wyatt, D. Y Alabama 35 00 

Total $2,800 25 

TO WIDOW.S AND ORPH.\NS. 

Alsup, Mrs. E. C Springfidd $ 25 00 

Armstrong, Mrs. J. E Springfield 130 00 

Baker, Mrs. C. A Madison 25 00 

Berry, Mrs. Jane Anderson 20 00 

Bralev, Mrs. Mary Salem 50 00 

Brickell, Mrs. Martha Searcy 30 00 

Bridgeman, Mrs. Nancy Wichita 30 00 

Brigham, Mrs. Ella Lebanon 55 00 

Brown. Mrs. Rachael A Washington 20 00 

Brown, Mrs M.J Ozark 40 00 

Burns, Mrs. M. J Gregory 55 00 

Cleaver, Mrs. S. E Iowa 60 00 

Cobb, Mrs. Dora Talladega 60 00 

Cox, Mrs. S. E Burrow 50 00 

Crutcher, Mrs. M. D Little River 100 00 

Davis, Mrs. Arminta Little River 30 00 

Davis, Mrs. F. J Hopewell 85 00 

Easley, Mrs. Sallie New Hope 81 00 

Ferguson, Mrs. R. J Wichita .35 00 



I20 Ministerial Relief. [1^94* 

Name. Presbytery. Amount. 

Fox, Mrs. E. L New Hope 25 00 

Ghormley, Mr.s. Laura East Tennessee 46 00 

Griffith, Mrs. E. A Georgia 45 00 

Hillman, Mrs. Anna Indiana 95 00 

Hunter, Mrs. Marv E Mackinaw 50 00 

Ingram, Mrs. E. T." Bartholomew 40 00 

Jordan, Mrs. Elizabeth Obion 60 00 

Lamm, Mrs. M. L Greenville 55 00 

Leach, Mrs. M. A Searcy 70 00 

Lee, Mrs. Minnie Mound Prairie 75 00 

McBee, Mrs. Mary Robert Donnell 15 00 

McBryde, Mrs. E. C White River 25 00 

McClamrock, Mrs. E. A Oxford 40 00 

McKinnev. Mrs. Harriet Oxford 40 00 

Mollov, Mrs. M. J Richland 35 00 

Moore". Mrs. S. A King 10 00 

Moore, Mrs. Susan Madison 20 00 

Philley, Mrs. M. A Yazoo 30 00 

Poindexter, Mrs. Lou Logan 20 00 

Porter, Mrs. E. S Bell 25 00 

Smith, Mrs, J. P Talladega •. 40 00 

Stephenson, Mrs. M. W Yazoo 60 00 

Strickland, Mrs. Sallie Ewing (Ark) 40 00 , 

Sutherland, Mrs. Mary Robert Donnell 40 00 

Ward, Mrs. G. H Mayfield 70 00 

Whitehouse, Mrs. M Decatur 45 00 

Wilson, Mrs. L. J Greenville 50 00 

Wood, Mrs. C.N 100 00 

Wylie, Mrs. Elizabeth Searcy 50 00 

Wylie, Mrs. Sallie Searcy 35 00 

Total $2,332 00 

Total for Relief of Ministers, Widows and Orphans... $5,132 25 

Tabula H Statement. 

Showing the amounts forwarded to the Board and the amounts drawn 
from it by Synods and Presbyteries ; the increase or decrease of contribu- 
tions as compared with the previous year, also the number of contributing 
and non-contributiug Churches: 



i894- 



Ministerial Relief. 



Amount 

Preslivteiv. sent to 

Board. 

Bynod of Alabama. 

Alabama 3 44 51 

Florida 12 29 

McGready 20 38 

Robert Dounell 62 21 

Springville 12 75 

Talladega 31 62 

S 183 76 
Synod of Arkansas. 

Arkansas S 135 24 

Bartholomew 33 .55 

Burrow 24 90 

Cherokee 1 75 

Ewing 40 55 

King 33 50 

Mound Prairie 12 95 

Ouachita 18 20 

Porter 2 75 

.Searc-y 41 19 

Washington 7 30 

AVhito Kiver 66 16 

^? 41.S 04 
Synod of Jlliiwi.i. 

Albion f 70 65 

Chicago 6 00 

Decatur 83 86 

Ewing 38 31 

Foster.... 112 68 

Illinois 9 86 

Mackinaw 64 29 

McLin 14 76 

Rushville 65 69 

Sangamon 99 85 

Vandalia .s7 43 

S 653 38 
Synod of Indiana. 

Indiana $ 227 89 

Morgan 81 63 

Wabash 45 85 

S^ 355 37 
Byiiod of loua. 

Colesburg 3 32 70 

Iowa 44 .39 

West Iowa 10 00 

$ 87 09 
Synod of Kansas. 

Atchison 8 3 60 

Eden 4 00 

Kansas 27 01 

Nebraska 9162 

Reiniblican Valley 5 95 

Rocky Mountain 47 40 

Wichita 30 81 

S 210 39 



Amount .\mount 

drawn contributed 

from previous 

Board. vear. 



5 a* 



t 3 = = o£ = 



120 00 
130 00 
1.50 00 

3 435 00 



S 215 00 
50 00 



40 00 
10 00 
75 OO 


50 00 

235 00 

20 00 

25 00 


5 720 no 
S 10 00 


45 00 


■ 40 00 


50 00 



125 00 
60 00 

S 330 00 
3 95 00 

» 95 00 



60 00 



3 60 00 



3 70 00 

65 00 
3 135 00 



3 63 29 § IS 78 5 

7 20 8 5 09 2 

17 00 3 38 5 

66 .59 4 38 13 

56 43 43 68 7 

61 26 29 64 7 

3 271 77 3 8 47 3 88 01 39 

3 140 04 3 4 80 26 

24 80 3 8 75 10 

46 21 21 31 9 

7 .50 5 75 7 

26 25 14 30 6 

26 15 7 35 7 

36 15 23 20 5 

22 07 3 87 13 

3 .30 85 1 

32 65 8 54 9 

7 80 ;o 4 

(;4 25 1 91 20 

3 439 17 3 40 85 3 21 13 HI 

3 103 76 3 33 11 7 

6 00 3 

92 42 8 .56 15 

49 06 10 75 10 

141 27 28 59 19 

3 77 5 09 4 

93 36 39 07 7 

.35 81 21 05 5 

40 47 25 22 7 

102 85 3 00 16 

104 26 16 83 9 

8 767 03 3 36 31 3112 65 102 

8 277 69 8 49 80 16 

47 58 34 05 9 

67 26 21 41 4 

3 392 53 3 34 05 3 37 16 29 

8 24 00 3 8 70 4 

•55 00 10 61 11 

17 40 7 40 2 

8 96 40 8 8 70 3 9 31 17 

3 9 85 8 6 25 1 

8 4 00 1 

22 40 4 61 6 

32 00 59 62 3 

9 66 3 71 2 

42 25 5 15 5 

40 16 9 35 7 

3 156 32 3 64 07 3 19 31 25 



122 



Ministerial Relief. 



[1894. 



Amouut 

Presbvterv. sent to 

Board. 

Synod of Kentucky. 

Anderson 8 112 5'J 

Cumberland 21 40 

Davis. 40 61 

Kentucky 70 10 

Logan 195 31 

Mayfield 39 02 

Nolin 28 85 

Owensboro 56 10 

Princeton 95 98 

$ 659 96 
Synod of Mississippi. 

Bell % 31 80 

Mi.ssissij)i>i 22 91 

New Hope 107 45 

Oxford 116 36 

Yazoo 14 90 



S 293 42 
Synod of Missouri. 

Cbillicothe 8 20 05 

Kirksville 98 97 

Lexington 3)1 70 

McGee 80 02 

Neosho 36 56 

New Lebanon 164 68 

Ozark 73 47 

Platte 141 95 

Salein 19 86 

Salt River 108 40 

Springfield 46 95 

St. Louis 60 00 

West Plains 18 37 

West Prairie 20 90 



Synod of Ohio. 

Athens 

Miami 

Muskingum. 



31 83 

22 44 

4 50 



S 58 77 



Synod of Oregon. 

Oregon S 5 45 

Walla Walla 15 10 

Willamette .56 93 



8 77 48 
Synod of Pacific. 

California 8 88 15 

Sacramento 32 62 

Tulare 46 37 



8 167 14 
Synod of Pennsylvania. 

Allegheny | 98 10 

Pennsylvania 62 38 

Pittsburg 58 71 

Union 166 81 



Amount Amount 

drawn contributed 

from previous 

Board. year. 



80 00 
50 00 
140 00 

20 00 
70 00 
41 25 

30 00 
431 25 
125 00 

100 00 
80 00 
90 00 



f 110 93 
35 28 
44 30 

73 11 
161 72 

74 99 
11 88 
67 90 

127 03 

8 707 14 

8 40 35 
18 U 
114 95 
106 45 
27 .55 



8 1 66 

33 59 
16 97 



35 00 
105 00 
40 00 

50 00 

115 00 



8 00 
124 86 
339 17 
122 77 
.59 27 
190 82 
114 13 
99 69 
24 Oil 
151 61 
51 25 
60 00 
38 69 
22 50 



S 50 00 



43 70 
45 93 
11 .50 



8 101 13 



5 00 
3 00 
13 00 



45 
12 10 
43 93 



21 90 8 .55 58 



81 50 
52 05 
40 70 



8 6 6;"; 
5 67 



13 88 
3 (59 
3 01 

35 97 

11 80 
31 (15 



8 8 55 






13 65 



8 295 00 8 307 48 8 14 64 8 29 70 



12 05 

25 89 
27 47 

42 75 
23 71 

26 14 
40 66 

4 14 

43 21 
4 30 

20 32 
1 60 



81201 88 8 345 00 81441 76 8 42 26 8239 88 



8 11 87 

23 49 

7 00 

8 42 36 



8 19 43 



8 .50 00 8 174 25 8 12 32 S 7 11 



17 
8 
1 

4 

187 



8 130 00 



ej2 S 

14 
25 

8 

7 

19 
22 
17 
11 
3 



17 
16 
38 
12 
20 

103 

22 
14 
26 
15 
14 
15 
28 
26 
13 
16 
15 
1 
14 
13 



30 



108 94 


8 10 84 


7 

12 
6 
9 


1? 


87 35 


24 97 




71 66 


12 85 


4 


181 08 


14 17 












8 386 00 « 130 00 8 449 03 



8 63 03 



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Ministerial Relief. 



123 



Amount 

drawn 

from 

Board. 


Amount 

contributed 

previous 

year. 

$ 66 22 
120 81 
52 97 
207 85 

17 79 
132 98 

76 72 
360 06 
33 19 
50 45 
98 86 
170 85 
89 46 
30 81 

S1510 02 

8 63 95 

130 26 

55 95 

6 60 

2 15 

50 65 
142 55 
120 30 

18 95 

51 05 
6) 05 

150 45 
76 00 
23 65 
98 60 
32 13 
39 62 

235 98 
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137 81 


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Amount 

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Synod of Tennessee. 

Charlotte | 82 10 

Chattanooga 76 39 

East Tennessee 47 81 

Elk 172 12 

Georgia 11 52 

Hopewell 145 98 

Knoxville 97 83 

Lebanon 222 25 

Madison 70 44 

McMinnville 25 75 

Memphis 68 93 

Obion 199 11 

Richland 66 13 

Sparta 9 40 

$1298 76 

Synod of Texas. 

Bacon $ 48 SO 

Bonham 138 66 

Buffalo Gap 38 30 

Chickasaw 8 73 

Choctaw 12 85 

Colorado 36 75 

Corsicana 145 69 

Dallas 153 25 

Greenville 20 95 

Gregory 19 40 

Guadalupe". 28 45 

Guthrie 19! 35 

Little River 98 65 

Louisiana 13 80 

Marshall 65 95 

Parsons 25 90 

Pea.se River 16 30 

Eed Oak 239 67 

Red River 62 40 

San Jacinto 14 25 

San Saba 19 86 

Tehuaeana 175 95 

Texas 46 35 

Trinity 31 30 

Waco 31 00 

81684 56 



111 the work of the Woman's Department during the past year the ladies 
of thirty congregations have been represented. Although the number is 
so few the aggregate value of the offerings made is more than four hun- 
dren dollars. To have tenfold more of our congregations enlisted in this 
delightful phase of our relief work is certainly not an unreasonable thing 
to desire. 

What the gifts of the ladies of three hundred congregations would sig- 
nify in the comfort and joy of the homes of our beneficiaries is beyond our 
capacity to conceive. The encouraging beginning that has been made is 
l>ut a foretaste of what may speedily be accomplished if only the afFec- 



124 Ministerial Relief. [1894. 

tionate interest of the ladies of the Cliurch at large can he enlisted. We 
earnestly hope that pastors and other leaders will call the particular at- 
tention of the ladies of their congregrations to this department of the re- 
lief work as they have never done before. 
For the past year the following is a list of 

Contributions Through the Woman's Department. 

Ladies of Clarksville, Tenn., per Mrs. J. W. Mount, 1 box .S 9 00 

Ladies of Enfield, 111., per Mrs. W. C. Watkins, 1 box 7 00 

Ladies of Albion, 111., per Mrs. A. M. Woods, 1 box '. 20 00 

Ladies of Warrensburg, Mo., per Mrs. Flora Witherspoon 1 box 

and cash 18 t>5 

Ladies of Independence, Mo., per Mrs. B. F. Lewis, cash 3 75 

Ladies of Waukon, Iowa, per Mrs. K. L. Vannice, 2 boxes 15 00 

Ladies of Owensboro, Ky., per Mrs. Mary E. Bransford, 1 box iO 00 

Ladies of Evansville, Ind., per Mrs. R. B. Ruston, 1 box and house- 
hold goods 55 00 

Ladies of . East) Nashville, Tenn., per Mi-s. S. A. Handly, I box.... 18 00 
Ladies of Loudon, Tenn., per Miss Mattie E. Mason, 1 box and 

cash 30 CO 

Ladies of Pleasant Ridge Congregation, Ky., per Mi-s. J. H. Old- 
ham, 1 package 5 00^ 

Ladies of Newbern, Tenn., por Mrs. Bertha Porter, 1 box and 

cash 14 32 

Ladies of Auburn, Ky., per Mrs. Joe T. Price, 1 box 12 .50 

Ladies of Odessa, Mo., per Mrs. Hopper, 1 package; 10 00 

Ladies of Slater, Mo., per Mrs. W. C. Kapp, 1 box 12 .50 

Ladies of Fresno, Cal., per Mrs. S. S. Patterson, 1 package 15 00 

Ladies of Erin. Tenn., provision and cash 14 00 

Ladies of Well's Creek Congregation, Tenn., provision and cash.... 9 0<D 
Ladies of Crossville, III., per Mrs. Bertha Davenport for Thornton 

Home, 1 box provision 8 00 

Ladies of Liberty congregation (Albion Presbytery;, per Mrs. J. E. 

Frazier for Thornton Home, 1 box provision 6 OO' 

Ladies of Paris, Tex., per Mrs. J. P. Downer, 1 box and cash 8 85 

Ladies of Meridian, Miss., I box of clothing and provision 20 00 

Mrs. Mary L. Crawford, Aberdeen, Miss., 1 package 4 00 

Ladies of Bethel congregation, Union, Ind., 1 box of clothing etc. . 5 OO 
Ladies of Bowling Green, Ky., per Mrs J. V. Stephens, 1 box and 

cash ,. 25 00 

Mrs. N. J. Fox, Louisville, Miss., 1 box of clothing 10 00 

Mt. Zion Congregation (Indiana Presbytery), for Thornton 

Home 25 00 

Ladies of Sullivan, 111., per Mrs. Alice C. Watson, 1 box for Thorn- 
ton Home 10 00 

Ladies of Fall's Chapel and Browustown, Ark., per Miss Maude 

Wynn, 1 box 25 00 

Ladies of Petersburg, Ind., per Mrs. E.Thornton 10 00 

Total $432 57 

Thornton Home. 

We believe the name of this beneficent institution is the joy of the 
whole Church. Its mere mention sends a thrill of dehght to every heart. 
What Cumberland Presbyterian is not proud of the fact that the Church 
has a beautiful and even elegant retreat to which any one of its ministers, 
of sufficiently worthy record, may be commended by his Presbytery with 
the assurance that he will be comfortably cared for "to the end of his de- 
clining years ? While only a few elect to leave their surroundings amid 
friends and kindred to come to Thornton Home, yet we believe it is well 
to maintain it for the few who may find it either necessary or desirable to 



i894-] Ministerial Relief. 125 

seek the peaceful rest and quiet that may here be found. We wish it kept 
constantl_v b?fore the Church that this is in every sense a home, and that 
in its appearance and management it has not connected with it the slightest 
semblance of a public institution of charity. Wiile it is supported by the 
gifts of the people, yet the Church places its beneticiaries there with the 
understanding that they liave earned its comforts by fidelity to duty in 
their period of active service. 

In the same atmosphere the orphan children of our fallen brethren 
may be educated and trained for that manner of life which djing fathers 
and mothers with their last lireath prayed they might be fitted to lead. 
The residents of the Home remain substantially the same as last year. A 
cordial welcome awaits others Avho may come, the regulations for admis- 
sion prescribed by your body being of course observed. 

Endowment Fund. 

Dropping the words " Permanent Fund," as ordered by the last Gen- 
eral Assembly, we report the Endowment Fund of Thornton Home to be 
S8,79?) 25, all of which is safely invested. From two small bequests one by 
the late Rev. AV. H. Crawford, of Tennessee, and another by Mrs. Minerva 
Orrick, of Missouri, the sum of $287.25 has been added to the endowment. 
We have information of other bequests that will doubtless in due time 
yield several thousand dollars to this fund. We earnestly urge those whom 
God has blessed with means to remember this institution with generous 
gifts. 

Rejoicing in whatever good has been accomplished in the name of our 
Master and for the comfort of his chosen ones, and paying that an abun- 
dant baptism of love for this cause may be vouchsafed to the whole 
Church, we are Your obedient servants in the Lord, 

W. G. R ALSTON, 

J. M. Davidson, 
Dav[d a. Njsbet. 
S. B. Sansom, 
J. E. Williamson, 
W. J. Darbv, 
Wat F. Nisbet, 
C. F. Hopkins, 
W. J. Darby, Cor. Sec. J. C. McClurkix. 

Tkeasuuer's Report. 

Board of Ministerial Kelief for tlie year ending April .'iO, lS!t4. 

receipts. 

To amount received from Congregations, Sundav-schools and 

Y. P. S. C. E. Societies .' $ 

Amount received from individuals 

Amount received from miscellaneous sources 

Amount received from interest 

Total receipts 

Balance from last vear 




Total $12,057 52 



disbursements. 

Relief of ministers S 2,800 25 

Relief of widows and orphans 2,332 00 

Expenses of Thornton Home 1,621 08 

Salaries of Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer 1,300 00 

Office rent and furniture • 173 52 

Postage 293 33 



126 Ministerial Relief. [1894- 

Printing and stationery 450 73 

Traveling expenses 105 40 

Miscellaneous expenses, exchange, money order fees, etc 41 06 

Total disbursements $ 9,117 37 

Amount transfei'red to Endowment Fund 287 25 

Balance on hand 2,652 90 

Total $12,057 52 

S. B. Sansom, Treasurer. 

Report of Auditing Committee. 

We,* the Auditing Committee of the Board of Ministerial Relief, have 
examined the accounts of S. B. Sansom, Treasurer of said Board, and find 
them correct. He has in his possession proper vouchers for all ,cash ac- 
counts. .James M. Davidso.v. 

Joel E. Wii.liajisox. 
Endowment Find. 

Amount from legacy of Mrs. F. Short $2,515 14 

Amount from A Friend 100 OO 

Amount from Texas Synod 110 20 

Amount from A Friend in Kentucky 81 00 

Amount from Bequest of Rev. W. \l. Crawford 32 50 

Amount from Bequest of Mrs. Minerva Orrick 2.54 75 

Amount from Transfer from Current Receipts 5,699 66 

Total $8,793 25 

Rules for Admission and Government. 

1. The jjerson applying must be a Vjeneficiary of the Board, dulj^ rec- 
ommended by some Presbytery, or committee of a Presbytery, who will 
promise to be subject to the regulations of the Home. 

2. The person applying must not be helpless, nor possessed of a disa- 
greeable malady, as it is not deemed wise to try to run a hospital. Should 
any one become helpless after going to the Home, he will be cared for in 
every way that is possible to the convenience of the Home. 

3. The Board reserves the right to remove any person whose conduct 
or condition maj^ be disagreeable to a majority of the occupants of the 
Home. 

4. Applications for a place in the Home shall be made directly to the 
Board of Ministerial Relief. 

The form of application shall be as follows : 

189... 

The Committee of the Presbytery of 

on Ministerial Relief hereby recommend to the Board of Relief 

for admission into the Thornton Home. 

The committee believe this person to be a proper suljject for admission, 
the three prime requirements being met in this case, namely : First being 
a worthy person ; second, not being helpless, and free from a malady ; aucl 
third, a person of such a disposition as to get along agreeably with the oth- 
er occupants of the Home. We agree, that, after this person becomes an 
occupant of the Home, .should the management find that we have been 
mistaken in the disposition and condition of the person applying, and the 
Board should deem it wise to remove this applicant from the Home, to con- 
form to the wishes of the Board and take back to our midst the person 
herein named. 

By order of the Presbytery. 

Chairman. 



Committee. 



i894-J Ministerial Relief. 127 

General Statements. 

The purpose for which this Corporation is formed is to receive, hold, con- 
vey, and disburse such real and personal property as may 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 needj- wid- 
ows and orphans of deceased ministers and missionaries, or of such other 
persons 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 Presby- 
tery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, they having fully conse- 
crated themselves, since entering said ministry, to the active duties there- 
of in said Church, and who are not able to support themselves by any suit- 
able vocation of life, and to such missionaries as have been appointed to 
work in Home or Foreign fields by the recognized authorities of said Cum- 
berland Presbyterian Church, and \vho have faithfully discharged the du- 
ties assigned 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 
missionaries, the Board may also furnish aid to the widows and orphans of 
ministers and missionaries aforesaid, and to such other person or persons 
as may be, or may have been, dependent upon said ministers and mission- 
aries. 



Rules for Disbursing Funds. 

1. All appropriations for ministers must be made on the recommenda- 
tion of the Presbytery to which the applicant belongs, or of a Standing 
Committee of that Pre.sbytery. Appropriations for the widows and or- 
phans of deceased ministers must be made on the recommendation of the 
Presbytery to which 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 l)een, 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 recommendation must be renewed 
from year to year. 

3. The following blanks shall be used in all applications for aid : 

Form op 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 

189..., 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 been 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, has not been 
devoted to the active duties of the ministry? and what were the reasons 
therefor ? 

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? (State whether he has a home, and if so what it is; also all im- 
portant particulars in full detail.) 



128 Ministerial Relief. 1894.] 

8. Has he children or other near relatives with abihty to assist him ; and 
if so, to what extent? (Give name, sex, age, address, and circumstances 
of each. If they are able and do not assist, state reasons why.) 

9. This Presbytery has ... congregations, of which ... contributed a total 

of $ to the Relief Fund last year. We will do our utmost this year 

and each succeeding year to secure a contribution from every congregation 

for this cause. For this year we ask an appropriation of $ for the 

above applicant. 

, Moderator. 

, Stated Clerk. 

Or, ) 

y Standing Committee. 

[Forward to Rev. W.J. Darby, D.D.. Corresponding Secretary, Evansville, 
Ind. Give address of Moderator and Stated Clerk, or of Chairman of 
Standing Committee. 1 

Form of Application fok a Minister's Widow. 

The Presbytery of hereby recommends totlie 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. Where, when, and at what age did her husband die? and with what 
Presbj^tery was he connected at the time of his death? 

3.' How long was her husbaird in the ministry? His field, wliere? The 
fruit of his labors, what? 

4. Was he, as far as his Presbyteiw can ascertain, faithful to his ordina- 
tion vow? 

5. If anj' of his time after ordination was not spent in the active duties 
of the ministry, how much? and what was the reason therefor? 

6. AVho 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? (State whether she has a home, and if so what it is; also all im- 
portant particulars in full detail.) 

8. Has she children or other ueai' relatives witli ability to assist her ; and 
if so, to what extent? (Give name, sex, age, address, and circumstances 
of each. If they are able and do not assist, state reasons why.) 

9. This Presbytery has ... congregations, of which ... contributed a total 

of $ to the Relief Fund last year. We will do our utmost this year 

and each succeeding year to secure a contribution from every congregation 

for this cause. For this year we ask an appropriation of $ for the 

above applicant. 

Moderator. 

: Stated Clerk. 



Or, I 



Standing Committee. 



[Forward to Rev. W. J. Darby, D.D., Corresponding Secretary, Evans- 
ville, Ind. Give address of Moderator and Stated Clerk, or of Chairman 
of Standing Committee.] 



i894-] Education. 129 



IV.-EDUCATION. 



THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCA- 
TION OF THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

To the General Assembly in Session at Eugene, Ore., M:.y, 1S94 : 

Revehexd and Dear Brethren: With gratitude to God for his bless- 
ings upon this department of Church work during the past year, the 
Board of Education herewith presents to the General Assembly its thir- 
teenth Annual Report. 

Changes in the Board. 

During the year the following changes in the membership of the 
Board have taken place : In November last, Rev. J. L. Alexander, after six 
and one half years of faithful service as a member of the Board, tendered 
his resignation which was accepted, and Rev. I. D. Steele, of Nashville, 
Tenn., was elected in his stead. • We ask that you approve of the election 
of Rev. I. D. Steele as a member of the Board. At the same meeting of 
the Board Rev. J. M. Hubbert, having removed from Nashville to Lebanon, 
Tenn., offered his resignation as a member of the Board and as president 
of the same. The Board accei)ted the latter, but declined to take action 
on the former. The Board desires in this public way to bear testimony to 
the very efficient and acceptable service which Dr. Hubbert has rendered 
the cause of ministerial education during the six years of his connection 
with the Board, both as a member thereof and as its presiding officer. 
Rev. I. D. Steele has been elected President, pro tern., of the Board. ♦ 

AonmoN to the Permanent Fund. 

About the middle of last November, through the courtesy of Rev. J. M. 
Gill, D D., of Elkton, Ky., the Board received an addition to its permanent 
fund of $1,000. This came from the estate of Luther Rawlins, of Christian 
County, Kentucky, and is to be held as a permanent investment to be 
known as the Rawlins Fund, the interest alone to be used in the education 
of probationers for the ministry, preference being given to those under 
care of the Davis Presbytery. 

Receipts. 

The financial depression which has existed throughout the country 
during the past year has very materially affected the Board's receipts. 
Had it not been for this unparalleled stringency in money matters, we 
believe the past year would have l^ieen the most ^uccessful in the history 
of the Board. Bnt notwithstanding the " hard times," we are glad to be 
able to report an increase in current receipts as compared with last year of 
43.06, while our total gain over last year is $496.11. The total receipts for 
the year are $9,959.60. The tabulated .statement submitted herewith shows 
the sources of our income for the past year. 

Candidates in School. 

From the best information at our command, we are assured that about 

two hundivd of your probationers have attended school during the past 

year at the following institutions : Cumberland University. 70 ; Trinity 

University, 29 ; Missouri Valley College, 24 ; Lincoln University, '12 ; 

9 



130 Education. L1894- 

Waynesburg College, 10 ; Cumberland Presbyterian Seminary, 5 ; Bethe, 
College, 4 ; Ozark College, 4 ; Parson's College, 3 ; Buffalo Gap College, 
3; Southern Illinois College, 2 ; other schools and seminaries, 34. 
One hundred and sixty -seven of these are classified as follows: 
Theological School — 

Seniors 17 

Juniors 22 

Literary Schools — 

Seniors 16 

Juniors 17 

Sophomore 14 

Freshmen 27 

Preparatory 32 

Of these 105 exi>ect to take a full literary course, 81 intend to pursue a 
theological course, and 28 are willing to go as foreign missionaries. 

C.\xDipATES Aided. 

One hundred and twenty -five young men, about one-fourth of M'hom 
are ordained, have received aid from the Board, either directly or indi- 
rectly, during the year. This is an increase of 10 over the number of ap- 
plicants aided last year, and a score and a half more desired to enter school 
last fall, but could not because the Board could not render them any as- 
sistance. Shall these young men, eager for an education, be kept out of 
school another year because they are financially poor ? Let a generous 
and an appreciative Church respond by making liberal provisions for their 
needs. 

Recommexdatioxs. 

We reiterate our request that you require your Presbyteries to use great- 
er dilligence to secure offerings for this cause from each congregation, Sab- 
bath school, and Christian Endeavor Society during the period for Educa- 
tion. In this connection we would most respectfully suggest for your con- 
sideration the propriety of organizing Educational Societies in your larger 
congregations, and the appointment, by the Church sessions, of Solicitors 
in the smaller congregetions, for the purpose of securing by subscriptions 
and otherwise larger offerings for this cause. 

We also recommend that you impress upon your Presbyteries the ioQ- 
portance of prayer in behalf of our young ministers, and that sermons be 
preached at Presbyteries, Synods, and the General Assembly each year. 

We further request that you instruct your Presbyteries to use great 
caution and discrimination as to the character of young men inducted into 
the ministry, and in recommending candidates to the Board for aid. 

At the last meeting of the Board, the Secretary, Rev. A. G. Bergen, 
was re-elected for another year, and the following resolution was adopted 
and ordered incorporated in this report : 

" Resolved by the Board, that we cordially endorse and highly appre- 
ciate the untiring and efficient services of our faithful secretary, and, ap- 
proving the manner in which he has conducted this branch of the busi- 
ness of our Church work, we commend him to you, and through your 
body to the Church at large, and ask for him the hearty co-operation of 
the whole Church in behalf of the cause he so earnestly represents." 

Appreciating the importance of the work committed to us, and sincerely 
desiring to assist our struggling young men in every possible way, we are 
Yours in the servicelof the Master. 

I. D. Steele, 

J. M. HUBBERT, 
J. B. LiXDSLEY, 

T. M. HUR.ST. 

A. M. BURXEY, 

Frank Slemoxs. 
J. A. Cartwright. 



i894-] Education. 131 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

RECEIPTS. 

Amount contributed by Congregations S5,594 13 

Amount contributed by individuals 1,880 55 

Amount contributed by Presbyteries 648 45 

Amount contributed by Sabbath schools 96 01 

Amount received on Permanent Fund 1,000 00 

Interest on Permanent Fund 1"6 02 

Amount by returned loans 14.t 00 

By educational and Christian Endeavor Societies 333 63 

Miscellaneous 85 81 

By balance from last year 335 62 

Total S10,295 22 

DISBURSEMEXTS. 

Loans to Students Sl,521 30 

Donations to students 5,347 25 

Salary of Secretary 1,200 00 

Stationery and Printing 223 99 

Express and Postage 138 38 

Traveling expenses 107 63 

Office expenses 166 18 

Permanent Fund -invested 1,104 34 

Miscellaneous 93 29 

Balance on hand 392 88 

Total $10,295 22 

PERMANENT FUND. 

Murphv Memorial Fund $1,491 95 

The "Rowe" Fund (held intrust) 1,319 00 

Eawhns Fund 1,000 00 

HeturnLoan Fund 439 00 

Total $4,249 95 

INVESTMENTS. 

Permanent Fund invested, secured bv first mortgage on real estate 
f4,249.95. 

REPORT OF AUDITING COMMITTEE. 

We, the undersigned committee appointed at the last meeting to audit 
the accounts of the secretary, Rev. A. G. Bergen, rei^ort that we have gone 
through his books showing the amounts received and paid out from April 
1, 1893, to April 1, 1894. For all money which he has actually received 
and disbursed we find vouchers in due form. We also found i^roper 
vouchers for all money reported to him except in a few instances where 
he was unable to learn to whom the money had been sent, or else to ob- 
tain vouchers from the party or parties receiving it. We found his books 
and vouchers kept in a neat and orderly manner. 

Respectfully submitted, J. A. Cartwright, 

Frank Slemons, 

Committee. 

PRESBYTERIAL COMMITTEES. 

1. Each Presbytery is supposed to have a Permanent Committee on Ed- 
aication. If none exists in your Presbytery see that one is apponited; and 



132 Education. [1894. 

that the name and address of the chairman are reported to the Secretary 
of the Board. 

2. This Committee serves as a medium of communication between the 
Board and the Presbytery, and through it information is to be dissemi- 
nated and an interest awakened on the subject of ministerial education 
throughout the Presbytery. 

3. This Committee is to assist the Board in procuring a contribution 
once a year for this cause from every congregation, Sabbath school, and 
Endeavor Society in the Presbytery. It may also aid the Secretary in se- 
curing personal offerings and bequests to the Board. 

4. Each application for aid from the Board should be accompanied by 
the recommendation of the Presbyterial Committee (or where the Presby- 
tery has failed to appoint such acommitttee, by the Stated Clerk.) 

All applications and recommendations are to be renewed from year to 
year. Candidates in making application for aid, and Presbyterial Com- 
mittees in recommending such candidates, will please use the blanks ap- 
proved by the General Assembly. These will be furnished free on appli- 
cation to the secretary. 

SPECIAL NOTICE. 

The months of May and June constitute the new period for education. 
In taking public collections for this Board always use collection envelopes, 
furnished free by the Board. 

GOOD RECORD. 

For the first seven years of the Board's work, ending May, 1888, ten 
applicants were aided. For the years since then the following is the 
record : 1889, 54; 1890, 58; 1891, 101 ; 1892, 99; 1893, 115 ; 1894, 125. 

IXDIVIDUAL CONTPnJUTIONS. 

Special offerings from individuals are earnestly solicited. 

BEQUESTS AND DONATIONS. 

Bequests and donations to the Permanent Fund are .solicited. Such 
contributions will be safely invested, and the interest only will be used for 
the general work. How better could you serve the Church with your 
money than by placing it where it will be continually aiding those who are 
to preach the gospel of Christ? 

Receipts of the Board Since Its Organization In 1881. 

1881—1888 S 687 57 

1889 2,440 90 

1890 3,308 76 

1891 6,400 11 

1892 10,524 89 

1893 9,463 49 

1894 9,693 85 

842,519 57 
Number of contributing congregations 734 

Special Offerings. 

Mrs. Anna E. Wicks (presbytery unknown) $ 1 00 

Unknown contributors (presbyterv unknown) 150 00 

Total ^. ....'. S151 00 



1894-1 Education. 133 

CA>fDiDATE's Personal Application to the Board of Education. 

[The Board of Education is simply the agent, acting under instructions from the General 
Assembly, for the judicious distribution of such funds as come into the treasury for aiding 
young men seeking an education for the ministry in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 
The Board is not permitted to assist any one who is not properly recommended by the Presby- 
tery to which he belongs. The Assembly allows the Board discretion as to whether the 
money supplied in any case shall go as a gift or as a loan. In passing upon all requests, the 
Board will be governed by its judgment of the necessities, industry, and economy of the appli- 
cant. That the Board may have the necessary information and recommendations for acting on 
a candidate's application, he will be furnished with three blanks, one of which he is to fill 
himself, one he is to have filled by his Presbytery, and one he is to have filled by the Presi- 
dent or Faculty of the school where he is pursuing his studies. 

Let the questions below be answered in the applicant's own kayidwriling, and this blank then 
forwarded to the " Cumberland Presbyterian Board of Education," Nashville, Tenn.] 

1. Your full name ? 2. Your age last birthday ? 

3. Nationality or race ? 4. P. O. Address when at home? 

5. Address when in school? 6. Belonging to what Presbytery? 

7. In what Synod ? 8. State whether candidate, licentiate, or ordained 

9. Joined Presbytery when ? 10. Married or single ? 

11. If married, date of marriage ? 12. If married, how many in family ? 

13. Now attending what school? 

14.. In what department and class? 

15 Attended what schools heretofore? 

16. What degree already taken, if any? 17. If not a graduate, the extent of 

your education ? 

18. Course of study you propose taking? 

19. Least amount needed from the Board for present school year? 

20. Is it desired as agift, eras a loan without interest? 

21. What other sources of aid have you ? 

22. Are your parents living? 23. Do you use tobacco ? 

(The General Assembly, in 1890, passed the following resolution : "That the Board of Edu- 
cation are hereby instructed to give no aid to any candidate for the ministry in 'securing an 
education who uses tobacco, and that it is the duty of the Board of Education to know before 
aiding any student that he does not use tobacco.") 

24. Name some responsible person (usually a member of the Faculty) through whom the ap- 

liropriation may be sent 

2.5. Remarks 

Signed 

Date 

Presbyteri.\l Recom.mexdation of a Candid.\te to the Bo-\rd of Educa- 
tion of the Cumberland Presbyteri.\n Church. 

[Acting under instructions from the General Assembly, the Board of Education can 
give financial aid to no applicant who is not recommended by his Presbytery. The Assembly 
has repeatedlj' urged Presbyteries to exercise the utmost caution in making such recommenda- 
tion, and to give it only where they are perfectly satisfied that applicants are worthy and 
needy, so that the funds held in trust by the Board may be administered with fidelity. 

In case it is desired to recommend a candidate as deserving assistance, let the blanks below 
be properly filled by the Presbytery's Permanent Committee on Education (or, where the 
Presbytery has neglected its duty to appoint such a Committee, by the Stated Clerk), and this 
recommendation then forwarded to the " Cumberland Presbyterian Board of Education, Nash- 
ville, Tenn."] 

1. Applicant's full name ? 

2. His P. O. address? , 



134 Education. [1894. 



3. State whether candidate, licentiate, or ordained 

4. His age ? 5. Single or married ? 

6. Is Presbytery fully satisfied as to his experimental piety? 

7. As to his motives for entering the ministrj'? 

8. What the order of his talents ? 

9. What promise in him of scholarly tastes, habits and attainments?., 



10. What promise of practical efficiency ? 

11. What education has he ? 

12. What of his health? 

13. Is Presbytery satisfied that he will be economical as a student ? 

14. Is it believed that he will conscientiously improve his opportunities? 



15. Eemarks 



At a meeting of Presbytery (in 

Synod,) held 189...., it was determined 

that the candidate named above, belonging to the Presbytery, should be 
recommended to the Board of Education for aid. 

Chairman of Committee on Education. 



EEPORT OF TRUSTEES OF CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY. 

To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in session at Eugene 
City, Ore. 

The Trustees of Cumberland University submit the following report 
for the college year ending June 1894 : 

The forthcoming catalogue will show the total number of students in 
attendance to be near three hundred, which is about the same for the pre- 
vious year. No changes in the Theological Endowment have occurred 
that are in condition to be definitely reported. The amount remains the 
same as at last report, $60,155. 

The chair of Systematic Theology made vacant by the death of Dr. 
Burney is yet unfilled. The Board in its last report stated that Rev. A. D. 
Hail, p.D., had been elected to the vacancy, and that he had accepted, all 
of which was true ; but before entering on the duties of the place, and be- 
fore the new college term began, he, for reasons satisfactory to himself, 
withdrew his acceptance. The appointment of Dr. Hail was most warmiy 
supported by every member of the Board of Trustees, and his ultimate de- 
clension was not only a great surprise, but it w^as at the time, and .still is 
profoundly regretted by the Board. 

Hereafter the Seminary Course will cover a period of three years, of 
eight months each, and the term will open in October instead of Septem- 
ber. This not only extends the time for study, but gives a longer vacation 
for work to young men who have to make the money to pay their college 
expenses. 

The chair of " Hebrew and New^ Testament Greek " is hereafter to be 
known as the chair of " Hebrew and Old Testament Literature," and R. V. 
Foster, D.D., is assigned as Professor thereof. Rev. AV. P. Bone has been 
elected Professor of Greek and New Testament Exegesis, and a chair so 
named has been created, and he assigned to the duties thereof. Rev. 



1894-1 • Education. 135 

Finis King Farr has been elected a Professor in the Theological School, but 
as it is desired that he continue his Seminary studies here and elsewhere 
for a year or more before entering upon his work as Professor, his special 
duties as such have not been designated. 

The work heretofore performed by Dr. Burney as Professor of System- 
atic Theology is divided between Professors Foster and Bone, they hav- 
ing agreed to perform this additional service until the same shall be oth- 
erwise provided for by the Board. 

The Trustees have lately concluded an arrangement with the College 
for Young Ladies, an incorporated inttitution of learning and of established 
reputation, located at Lebanon, by the terms of which it becomes an An- 
nex to the L'niversity. The immediate benefits of this relation are, 1. It 
enables the University to increase its Faculty, which has been done by the 
election of Mr. Lacy Kice as Professor of English and English Literature, 
and Benjamin S. Foster as Assistant Professor of Languages ; and 2. It en- 
ables the University to offer to young women precisely the same advant- 
ages in obtaining a thorough education that it does to young men. The 
courses offered in the Annex for the degree of A.B. and B.S. are in every 
essential identical with the like courses in the University, and are to be 
taught by the same Faculty. 

The Trustees are firmly of opinion that this arrangement will prove 
in other ways greatly beneficial to the University. 

Through the earnest efforts of the Chancellor the War department at 
Washington has been induced to assign an army ofBcer for duty in the 
XJnivei'sity, and under an order of that department Lieut. Charley Ger- 
hardt, of the Twentieth U. S. Infantry, is now on duty here. The Board 
reports him as a member of the University Faculty, and under the regula- 
tions of Congi'ess he will teach Military Science and Tactics. He has or- 
ganized a large military class, and is actively engaged in the discharge of 
his duties in the class room and on the drill lield. 

The Trustees ask that your reverend body approve the several changes 
and additions to the University Facultj^ herein reported. 

The new University building has advanced rapidly toward completion 
since our last report ; still a vast amount of work is yet to be done, and a 
large sum of money yet to be expended before the end shall be reached. 
Not a single day has been lost on account of the lack of funds, and it is 
the hope of the Trustees to complete the building without stopping an 
hour on that account, but to do this the friends of the University every- 
where must remember us with their prayers and their means. 

Respectfully svibmitted. Andrew B. Martin. 

President Board of Trustees. 

A. F. Claywell, Sec'y. 



EEPORT OF VISITORS TO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. 

To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in Session at Eugene, City, 
Oregon, May 17, 1894. J 

Fathers and Brethren: At your last meeting the undersigned were 
appointed a committee " to visit the Theological Seminary at Lebanon, and 
report to the next General Assembly." Such visitation was made by us 
on the 11th day of April, your committee spending the day in the "pre- 
cincts of Divinity Hall, the seat of the seminary. We deem it unnecessarj'- 
to submit a description of this classic spot, or to comment on the permanent 
advantages afforded at Lebanon for all branches of education. These 
things are the common heritage of our communion. This is our Theologi- 
cal Seminary. Around it, as the Church's school of the prophets, should 
gather our holy pride, and to it we should give our patronage and support. 
If we cannot make it mandatory upon them let this General Assembly 
most earnestly advise all our young ministers and probationers to come 



136 Education. [1894. 

here for their theological training. Regarding the late changes in the 
course of study and additions to the Faculty, we deem it unnecessary to 
speak at length. The report to your Reverend body from the Trustees of 
the in.stitution will give you all the information needed in this direction. 
The course of study has been extended to embrace three years instead of 
two as heretofore, which change we deem highly worthy of your commen- 
dation. 

In the opinion of your committee the closing year has been one of 
profit to the student bodv. Dr. Foster and Dr. Kirkpatrick have had ad- 
ditional work, but have acquitted themselves with credit. Dr. Hubbert 
has impressed his versatile scholarship ujion the student body, and in his 
travels he has directed the eye of the Church afresh to the advantages 
oflfered at Lebanon for our own young men. 

Dr. Bell in his lectures sustains the enviable reputation already estab- 
lished before the Chuj'ch. 

The number of .students in attendance is greater than at any time dur- 
ing the history of the institution and the character of the same is such as 
to inspire the Church with great hope. 

The late lamented Professor of Systematic Theology, Rev. S. G. 
Burney, D.D., LL.D., has been sadly missed both before his classes and in 
the councils of the Faculty. His memory is revered. The chair of Sys- 
tematic Theology is being filled at present by Dr. Foster, but no one has 
yet ]:)een permanently elected thereto, and the work of this dei)artment 
w'lU be distributed among the other Professors. 

1. We recommend that the General Assembly instruct tlie Board of 
Trustees of Cumberland University to admit no one as a candidate for 
graduation into the Theological Department wliu has not completed a 
course of study equivalent to the junior year in the A.B. degree of Cum- 
berland University. 

2. That the trustees be required to submit an annual exhibit of the 
financial condition of the Seminar}', including endowment, receipts for 
contingent fees, donations, etc. Also .salaries paid, investments made, ex- 
penditures, liabilities, etc. 

3. That you favorably commend the policy of the Trustees in the 
establishment of fellowships for tlie thorough equipment of young men as 
teachers. 

4. That you urge all of our young ministers to come to Lebanon for 
their Theological training. 

Respectfully submitted, E. G. McLe.\n, 

R. AV. BlXKLEY. 

Lebanon, Tenn., April 11, 1894. J. D. Leech. 



SCHOOL FOR YOUNG PREACHERS (Colored). 

We, the members of the commission appointed by the General As.sem- 
bly, and with powers enlarged by a subsequent meeting of the same, report 
that in July last we met two members appointed by the General Assem- 
bly, Colored. 

By unanimous vote Huntsville Ala., was selected as the place most 
favorable of any known to the joint commission, for the location of the 
proposed school. 

The property at Bowling Green, Ky., was sold a few weeks since for 
$2,250, as you will of course be advised by the Trustees of the General As- 
sembly. It is our o))ini<jn that suitable property should be purchased and 
the school opened early in the coming fall. For the sake of convenience 
and economy we recommend that you accept the resignation of each of us, 
and appoint Rev. J. W. Caldwell "and Ruling Eider C. L. Nolin, both of 
Huntsville, Alabama. C. H. Bell, 

J. M. Gill. 



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V.-CORRESPONDENCE. 



PAN-PRESBYTERIAN ALLIANCE. 

To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

Honored Brethren: — The Executive Commission, Western Section^ 
of the "Alliance of the Reformed Churches throughout the world holding 
the Pre.«byterian System," respectfully report to your venerable body as- 
follows : 

Since the date of the last report two meetings of the Commission have 
been held, one in Cincinnati, Ohio, October, 1893, and the other in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., April, 1894. After due consideration the Commission 
deemed it wise, in order to further the interests of the Alliance, to meet 
in other cities, in addition to New York. The success of the meetings in 
Cincinnati and Philadelphia is the best proof of the wisdom of the new 
policy. 

The Commission would further report that the Sixth General Council 
of the Alliance will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, during the summer oi 
1896. The basis of representation in the Council is as follows: "For each 
100 congregations or less, two delegates, up to 1,000 congregations; above- 
1,000 congregations, one delegate for each additional 100 up to 2,000 congre- 
gations ; above 2,000 congregations, one delegate for each additional 250- 
congregations." It is suggested that your venerable body take action 
looking toward the appointment of delegates to this Council. 

The apportionment of expenses due from your Church for the present 
year is $495.00. Will you kindly take action providing for the payment of 
this apportionment, and direct that it be forwarded to F.Tv. Hippie, Esq.,. 
Treasurer of the Alliance, 1340 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. ? 

With a view to the more full expression of the kindly sentiment oi 
the Reformed Churches, each toward the other, and of their spiritual 
unity, it gives us pleasure to state that the Executive Commission have 
appointed the Rev. A. G. Wallace, D.D., of Pittsburgh, Pa., as a delegate- 
to bear to your venerable body the fraternal gi-eetings of the Alliance 

One matter, which does not fall directly within the sphere of the work, 
of the Commission, is yet of general interest, viz., the proposed Federation, 
of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches in the United States of 
America. We rejoice that tlie plan of this proposed Federation has beenj 
adojjted by the Committees of Conference appointed by the several 
Churches, and it is our hope that the action of the Committee may be- 
followed by a like unanimous action on the part of the supreme judicato- 
ries of the'Churches. 

With best wishes for the prosperity of the cause of Christ in j'our 
midst as a Church, and through you in all the world. 
Yours fraternally, 

Talbot W. Chambers, Chairman, 
Wm. Henry Roberts^ Secretary. 



1894-1 Correspondence. 139 

MORAL WELFARE OF SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. 

Baltimore, Md., May 5, 1894. 
To the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

Dear Brother: — The United Christian Commission, the composition 
and objects of which are set forth in the accompanying printed matter, at 
their recent meeting in Washington, D. C, directed me to invite all religious 
denominations which have not hitherto appointed committees to co-oper- 
ate with similar committees from other Churches in seeking to promote 
the moral and religious welfare of the soldiers and sailors in the army and 
navy of the United States, to do so at their next session. 

It is desirable to have representatives located as convenient as practi- 
cable to Washington, so as to make it possible to attend with as little 
expense as possible. It is greatly hoped your body may appoint commis- 
sioners to become members, ex officio, of the Commission. The annual 
meetings are held in December. 

The attention of the General Assembly is invited to the memorial 
adopted in January, 1893, which was embraced in the action of the Gen- 
eral Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in May of that year, herewith, 
and to matter showing action of other Churches. It is very desirable that 
your Church should unite with this njovement in the interest of soldiers 
and sailors. Yours fraternally, 

C. Herbert Richard.son, Secretary. 



BUREAU OF INFORMATION AND STATISTICS- CHRISTIAN 

ENDEAVOR. 

To the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in session at Eugene, Ore., 
May, 1894. 

Fathers and Brethren : — The undersigned were appointed by the 
last General Assemblj' a Bureau of Information and Statistics for the 
Christian Endeavor Societies of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 
Soon afterward we gave attention to the work assigned us, and have 
endeavored as faithfully as possible to perform the duties required by this 
appointment. To procure anything like a complete list of Christian 
Endeavor Societies in our denomination, and to obtain their statistics, has 
proven quite a difficult undertaking. The result of our correspondence in 
this particular is herewith appended as a part of this report. 

The number of societies in our denomination, so far as we have been 
able to ascertain, is 622. From 336 of them we have official reports indi- 
cating a membership of 12,8.59. Estimating the membership of the 286 
from which no statistics have been obtained, and of others whose organi- 
zation has not been reported, it will be safe to place the entire member- 
ship of our Christian Endeavor Societies at about 20,000. Quite a number 
of the societies reported to us have been organized during the past year, 
indicating that the movement in our Church is enjoying a healthy and 
vigorous growth. 

Regarding it as a part of our diity to represent the General Assembly 
in guiding the thought and activities of these thousands of organized 
young people, in the channels marked out by its general enterprises, we 
have from time to time communicated with all the societies, calling their 
attention to Missions; Ministerial Relief, Education, and our Publishing 
W'ork. We have made special effort to enlist the societies in the circula- 
tion of our literature and in contributions to the cause of Missions. 

After a conference with the Board of Missions and Church Erection 
we advised the ob.servance of the first Sunday in February as " Joint 
Anniversary Day," that being the date on which our Church was organ- 
ized, and also within two days of the anniversary of the Christian 



140 



Correspondence. Li894- 



Endeavor movement. Programmes covering both these historic events 
were mailed to all the societies, and among a large number of them the 
occasion was observed in a way to diffuse information and awaken interest. 
At the suggestion of the Board and this Committee, special offerings were 
made toward the last payment on the Chicago First Church lot. The 
amount realized from this' source was al)out S500. This is but an intima- 
tion of what may be accomplished as this work among the young people 
becomes more "thoroughly organized, and their energies by agreement 
between the General Assembly and the local Church authorities become 
focalized in a given direction. The greater part of what these young 
persons do for the general enterprises of the Church appears, as it properly 
should, in the aggregate offerings of. the congregations. Still it is alto- 
gether fitting, where pastors and sessions consent, that the General 
Assembly should enlist the activities of all its young i)eople at a given 
time in the accomplishment of a specific object. This serves to give them 
an identity in the work of tlie Church, and will at the same time both 
encourage and instruct. Particularly should this " Joint Anniversary 
Day" be made the great event in the year's work of every Christian 
Endeavor Society, and on that day a special offering should be made for 
some purpose in Avhich the whole Church may be interested. This is in 
perfect accord with the recommendation made by the United Society of 
Christian Endeavor to all the societies throughout the world. 

A Pkrmaxext Orgaxizatiox. 

By order of the last General Assembly it is made our duty to suggest 
some permanent form of organization whereby the General Asseml)ly may 
officially recognize and guide the Christian Endeavor Societies of the 
Church, as is being done in most (jf our sister denominations. Believing 
that such organization should be both simple and inexpensive, we recom- 
mend the following: 

1. That a permanent committee be appointed, to be known as the 
" General Assembly's Christian Endeavor Committee." That it shall con- 
sist of a Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer, appointed annually by the 
General Assembly, and one person from each Synod, appointed by that 
bodj% as an advisory member. 

2. That the Secretary of this Committee be known as the General 
Secretary of Christian Endeavor, he to serve without compensation, but 
to have such clerical assistance as the incidental fund at the disposal of 
the committee may allow and the nature of the work may require. 

3. As far as possible the work of the committee shall be done by cor- 
respondence, so as to avoid expense. 

4. The committee shall aim to enlist the societies in Synodical and 
Presbyterial unions, so far as practicable, for mutual helpfulness and for 
the extension of the Endeavor movement. They shall be encouraged to 
co-operate with each other through these recognized official channels of 
the Church, in addition to participating in those of an inter-denomina- 
tional character, it Ijeing understood that each society exists by virtue of 
the authority of the Church session, and that in its objects and methods 
of work it is strictly Cumberland Presbyterian, and is to be thoroughly 
loyal to its own denomination. 

5. Neither this committee nor any Synodical or Presbyterial union 
should have authority to levy an assessment upon any society, Init volun- 
tary offerings may be solicited for the purpose of carrying on the work in 
an effective manner, it being understood that the General Assembly is to 
be at no expense for the same. 

6. In order to avoid confusion there should be conference between the 
several Boards of the Church and the General Assembly's committee 
before the societies are called upon for any contribution, and in no case 
should a society be solicited to act except upon the advice of the pastor 
and session of the congiegation to which it belongs. 

7. The committee shall report annually to the General Assemblv, 



i8g4.] Correspondence. 141 

giving complete statistics of all Christian Endeavor Societies in the denom- 
ination and all proper information regarding the work, together with 
suggestions for the future — a summary of the statistics to be printed in the 
Minutes of the General Assembly. 

8. A distinctive Cumberland Presbyterian Society in CA'ery congrega- 
tion in our Church is the standard to be aimed at. A union Christian 
Endeavor Society is not a thing to be desired. 

9. We recommend that the committee be authorized to name some 
one each year who will deliver a Christian Endeavor sermon or address 
during the sessions of the General Assembly. For this meeting we have 
taken the liberty of requesting Rev. E. W. Lewis, of Meridian, Miss., to 
prepare such an address, and hope it may be agreeable to- the General 
Assembly, or to the pastor at Eugene, to arrange for it to be delivered. 

10. The primary aim of this committee should be to difFrse informa- 
tion regarding the Christian life and work ; to extend this movement 
throughout the whole Church, and to promote the closest possible 
co-operation among Cumberland Presbyterian Societies, as well as to 
enlist them, in connection with the United Society, in the world-wide 
objects of Christian Endeavor. Denominational in work, interdenomina- 
tional in spirit and fellowship, should be our motto. 

A Christian Exdeavor Readin-g Course. 

As a means of gaining religious knowledge, promoting intellectual 
culture, and thereby developing Christian character and securing intelli- 
gent activity in Church work, we recommend that the General AssemJjly 
establish for Cumljerland Presbyterian Societies a " Christian Endeavor 
Reading Course." details of arrangement being left to the Permanent 
Committee, due regard ever being had to the fact that our young people 
need to be trained in a knowledge and appreciation of our history, our 
doctrines, and the general enterprises in which we are engaged. As the 
past generation of Cumberland Presbyterians have been enthusiastic in 
their devotion to the interests of the "Church, so may coming generations 
be intelligent in their appreciation of and loyal in their adherence to the 
principles on which our fathers founded the Church an<l the work to 
which we are providentially called, to the end that they may make our 
Church a power for good in the land, not doing for others less, but for our 
own more. 

For the current ecclesiastical year we recommend the following as the 
essentials of said Reading Course : 

1. History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, by B. W. Mc- 
Donnold, D.D. 1st, 2d, and 3d periods. Published in a separate volume. 
Cheap edition. 

2. Chart of Duty\ An exposition of the Ten Commandments, by 
S. G. Burnev, D.D. 

3. Home Readings, by A. J. Baird, D.D. Part 1st of " The World and 
How to Take It." Cheap edition. 

4. Moral Muscle .vnd How to Use It. A brotherly chat Mith young 
men, by F. A. Atkins. With an introduction by President A. E. Turner, 
of Lincoln University. 

5 Looking Out on Life. A book for girls, bj' F. E. Clark, DD . Pres- 
ident of the United Society of Christian Endeavor. 

0. Christian Endeavor Papers, published monthly in the Cumber- 
land Presbyterian, under joint direction of the editors and the General 
Assembly's committee. 

7. Papers on Missions, issued monthly by the Board of Missions and 
Church Erection and the Woman's Board of Missions of the Cumberland 
Presbyterian Church. 

The cost of this course to the reader will probably not exceed S4.00. 

The course for each succeeding year should be recommended by the 
committee to the General Assembly, subject to revision or amendment bj' 
that body. 



142 Correspondence. [1894- 

A Bond of Denominational Union. 

In order to secure unity of spirit and action among Cumberland Pres- 
byterian Societies, we suggest that you sulnnit to them for adoption a 
series of regulations in the form of By-laws, it being understood that these 
are all in perfect harmony with the Model Constitution recommended by 
the United Society of Christian Endeavor, and simi^ly embody in written 
form the sentiments and methods which the United Societj- assume to 
exist in each separate denomination, and, which it is their constant aim 
to promote. For your consideration in this connection we suggest the 
following: 

By-laws for Cumberland Presbyterian Christian Endeavor Societies, 
recommended for their adoption by the General Assembly in session at 
Eugene, Oregon, May, 1894: 

I. 

This Society is a part of the general organization of Cumberland Pres- 
byterian Christian Endeavor Societies, and, as such, recognizes its relation 
first to the Session of the congregation to which it belongs ; then to the 
Presbytery and Synod in the bounds of which it is located; also to the 
General Assembly as the supreme judicature of the Church. The author- 
ity of the Session and the recommendations of the General Assembly, 
Synod and Presbytery are to be respected accordingly. If a Presbyterial 
or Synodical Union exists in its locality, this Society shall consider itself a 
part thereof, and when convenient will send rei)i'esentatives to its meet- 
ings. By the adoption of these By-laws this Society constitutes itself a 
' member of the General Assembly's Chinstian Endeavor Union. 

II. 

The Society will assist in forwarding the general enterprises of the 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, as recommended by the General As- 
sembly, contributing to the same either as a Society or through the regular 
offerings of the congregation, looking to the General Assembly's committee 
for counsel, and particularly to the pastor and Session for direction in 
such matters. 

III. 

The Missionary meetings as recommended by the United Society shall 
be held regularly, and the Missionary work of the Cumberland Presbyte- 
rian Church shall receive due attention in the programmes of said meetings. 

IV. 

The Society shall observe the " Christian Endeavor Reading Course," 
recommended by the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church, either as a Society or by a reading circle formed within the 
Society, or by its individual members. Literary meetings shall be held at 
convenient intervals, the subjects presented in the Reading Course consti- 
tuting part of the'lirogramme of said meetings. 

Y. 

February 2, 1881, being the date on which the Christian Endeavor 
movement began, and February 4, 1810, being the date of the organization 
of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, the first Sunday in February 
shall be observed as Joint Anniversary Day. 

VI. 

This Society will endeavor to make a voluntary contribution annually, 
according to its ability, for the purpose of forwarding the Christian 
Endeavor movement in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, as con- 
ducted under the management of the General Assembly's Christian 
Endeavor Committee. 

VII. 

On or about the first of April of each year a report of the condition of 



i894-] Correspondence. 143 

the Societj' and of its work for the preceding twelve months, together 
with the names and addresses of the President and Corresponding Secre- 
tary, shall be forwarded to the Secretary of tlie General Assembly's 
■Christian Endeavor Committee, the same to be embodied in the Commit- 
tee's report to the General Assembly. 

Our Relation to the Christian Endeavor MovEMENr. 

The first Christian Endeavor Society was organized only thirteen years 
ago. In this short time it has assumed world-wide proportions, and has 
"become the mightiest oreanization of young peoj)le the world has ever 
known. There are now in round numbers 28,000 societies and nearly 
2,000,000 members. Ten years ago, when there were only 150 societies and 
8,000 members, all told, the first Cumberland Presbyterian Society was 
formed. Thus early we took our place in this great movement, and, in 
proj)ortion to numbers, our denomination is well to the front in devotion 
to Christian Endeavor. In his introduction to the Cumberland Presbyte- 
rian edition of a recent ))ook ("Looking Out on Life "), issued by our 
Tublishing House, Dr. Clark, the founder of the movement, has this to 
tsay of our denomination : 

" It is a peculiar gratification to me to speak to the j'oung people of 
this noble denomination, for with none do I feel in closer sympathy and 
•communion. When the Christian Endeavor movement was struggling for 
recognition, almost the first among. the denominations to see in it great 
possibilities in the way of training young people for larger usefulness was 
the Cumberland Presl)yterian. In its ecclesiastical gatherings and through 
its individual pastors and churches it has given from that daj^ to this a 
most cordial and hearty recognition to the claims of this youngest child of 
the Church." 

In its unanimous and unqualified endorsement of Christian Endeavor 
as the ofjBcial Young People's Society of the Cumberland Presbyterian 
"Church, we believe the General Assembly has l)een divinely guided'. May 
this movement so uplift in intellectual growth, spiritual consecration, and 
practical efliciency that the next generation of Cumberland Presbyterians 
may be far in advance of the present. To this end we, as your servants, 
•will cheerfully labor in whatever way you may direct. And let it be 
Temembered, as Dr. Clark so aptly says in the connection above quoted, 
^'Our strength consists not in numbers, or in the enthusiasm for an organ- 
ization, but in the steadfastness, devotion and Christian character of the 
young people who belong to it." 

Faithfully yours, 

A. E. Turner, Chairman. 

W. J. Darby, Secretary. 

J. C. McCuRKix, Treasurer. 

Financial Statement. 

The work of this Committee has required the use of a large amount of 
■stationery, postage, printed matter, etc., and occasional clerical assistance. 
Part of this expense has been met by the Boards that were necessarily 
Ijenefited by our work. The expen.s'es of the Committee that have not 
■been otherwise provided for are 864..50. 

iEespectfully submitted. J. C. McClurkin, Treasurer. 



144 



Systematic Beneficence. [1894. 



VI-SYSTEMATIC BENEFICENCE. 



MEETING OF THE PERMANENT COMMITTEE ON SYSTEMATIC 
BENEFICENCE. 

The Permanent Committee on Systematic Beneficence, appointed by 
the late General Assembly, held a meeting in Paris, Texas, June 21, 1894, 
Kev. Charles Manton, Rev. W. B. Preston, Mr. Eli Smith and Mr. T. J. 
Record were present. It was agreed that all our preachers should be 
asked to preach on the subject of Systematic Giving at least twice a year,, 
once in June and again in December, and that Presbyteries be requested 
to exercise their authority in requiring the observance of this rule. All 
Synods and Presbyteries are to be asked to arrange for special sermons on 
Systematic Giving at each of their meetings. It was also agreed that a 
Circular Letter should at once be sent to all our preachers and congregations 
asking for contributions of one dollar from each congregation, such con- 
tributions to be forwarded to the Treasurer, Mr. T. J. Record, Paris, Texas ; 
the Committee promising to send a supply of literature on the subject of 
Systematic Giving for free distribution to every congregation contributing 
one dollar to its funds. It was also decided to ask our preachers to send 
at once to the Secretary, Rev. W. B. Preston, Denison, Texas, the names 
of all persons in our Church w'bo are known to be systematic givers, that 
is, w^ho regularly give the tenth or any portion of their income to the 
Lord. It was also decided to ask each of the Church papers to publish a 
Symposium on the subject of Systematic Giving, or in some other way to 
give special prominence to the subject in the near future. Rules were 
adopted as follows : 

The following rules shall govern the Permanent Committee on Sys- 
tematic Beneficence, acting under appointment of the General Assembly 
of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 

1. The objects of this Committee shall be to disseminate information, 
and to create sentiment on the subject of Systematic Giving throughout 
our entire denomination, and in every way to foster among our people 
the habit of regularly devoting a portion of income to the Lord's work. 

2. The officers, consisting of a President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer, 
as provided for by the General Assembly, shall discharge the duties 
usually expected of snch officers. 

.3.' Meetings shall be held at such times and places as may be agreed 
upon by the Committee at any meeting, or may be called by the Presi- 
dent at any time, or by the Secretary in case of the President's death, 
absence, or inability to act. 

4. Three members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of 
business at any meeting. 

5. The funds of the treasury shall be raised by voluntary contribu- 
tions, and no debt shall at any time be incurred in the work. 

6. An Annual Report shall be forwarded to the General Assembly, 
covering all points of the work for the year. 

Applications for literature, under the provisions mentioned above, 
should be addressed to the Secretary, Rev. W. B. Preston, Denison, Texas. 

W. B. Preston. 



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VII -REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



To the General Assembly of the Cumberlaiul Presbyterian Church to meet in Eugene City, 
Oregon, on the ITthday of May, 1894. 

The Trustees of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church hereby submit to your reverend body their annual report : 

1. That the interest on the Doherty Fund has been duly collected and 
paid to the Treasurer of the Trustees of Cumberland University. 

2. That the Colored School property, located in the city of Bowling 
Green, has been sold, and a deed of conveyance has been made by your 
Board for and in consideration of two promissory notes, ''the first for one 
thousand dollars, due four months after date, and the second for twelve 
hundred and fifty dollars, due eighteen months after date, both of said 
notes being of even date with the deed, and bearing interest from date 
until paid at the rate of six per cent per annum." It is thought that the 
said property has an encumbrance upon it to the amount of about $75, due 
the city of Bowling Green for curb stones. 

3. That T. P. Dance, a member of this Board, has resigned as such, and 
the Board elected Mr. C. C. Hitchcock to fill the vacancy thus made and 
in addition they have elected James Gill a member of the Board, and ask 
your reverend body to ratify said elections. Both of said gentlemen are 
members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and reside at Elkton, 
Kentucky. 

Respectfully submitted. J. M. Gill, Pres't and Sec'y. 



10 



146 Report of the Stated Clerk. [^^94- 



VIII.-REPORT OF THE STATED CLERK. 



Receipts from May 1, 1893, to May 1, ]89-4. 

Total amount received S3,461 -40 

Disbursements. 

Stationery for General Assembly $ 3 65 

Paid for telegram 80 

Traveling expenses of Rev. J. G. Patton (voucher) 33 00 

Traveling expenses of R. W. Pitman ivoucher) 36 40 

Traveling expenses of Stated Clerk and Assistants 37 20 

Paid T. J. Clagett (voucher) 70 40 

Paid Pan-Presbvterian Alliance (voucher) 500 00 

Postage on Minutes (1893) 338 24 

Postage on Minutes for other vears 7 36 

Balance on salary of Stated Clerk, 1893 106 44 

Mailing supplies to Presbyteries and Stated Clerks 6 42 

Blank books, pens, ink, and stationery for office 31 .36 

Paid Board of Publication (voucher) 1,350 00 

Paid interest and exchange 16 50 

Trunk for General Assembly Records 6 50 

Salary of Stated Clerk, 1894 1,000 00 

Total amount disbursed S3,544 27 

Total amount received 3,461 40 

Balance due Stated Clerk, May, 1, 1894 $ 82 87 

T. C. Blake, Stated Clerk. 



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IX.-ROLL OF SIXTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



Moderator — The Rev. F. R. Earle, D,D., Boonsboro, Ark. 
Stated Clerk— The Rev. T. C. Blake, D.D., Nashville, Tenn. 
Assistant Clerk — The Rev. J. M. Hubbert, D.D., Lebanon, Teun. 
Assistant Clerk — The Rev. Charles Maxtox, Paris, Texas. 
Assistant Clerk — The Rev. A. G. Bergex, Nashville, Tenn. 
Assistant Clerk — The Rev. W. B. Preston, Denison, Texas. 

MINISTERS. 

Adair, R. F Smith's Grove, Ky. 

Allison, J. A Fairview, Ky. 

Bacox, J. T Marshall, Mo. 

Barber, W. W. M Windsor, 111. 

Bare, A. L Honey Grove, Texas. 

Bergex, a. G Nashville, Tenn. 

Black, W. H., D.D Marshall, Mo. 

Blair, W. D Butler, Mo. 

Bodexhamer, D. S Tehuacana, Texas. 

Boxe, H. F, D.D Greenville, Texas. 

Bralv, S. H X Kenton, Tenn. 

Brown, James Macedonia, Iowa. 

Bcshxell, D. E., D.D Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Caldwell, J. W Huntsville, Ala. 

Caxxox, T. W McKenzie. Tenn. 

Clark, J. M Aldrich, Mo. 

Cobb, J. D. C Jonesboro, Ark. 

CocKRUM, H. C Carroll, Ind. 

Cooper, D. A Bentleyville, Pa. 

Cooper, J. L., D.D Conrtland, Miss. ■- 

CoPELAXD, W. E Rockdale, Texas. 

CowAX, T. A San Francisco, Cal. 

Crawford, W. B Oakland City, Ind. 

Curry, J. H Doniphan, Mo. 

DeWitt, D. C .■ Denton, Texas. 

Dixon, T. J Spring Hill, Tenn. 

DooLEY, L Ripon, Cal. 

Dooley, O. D Glennville, Cal. 

DcxHAM, J. J Ritchie, Mo. 

Earle, F. R., D.D ..Boonesboro, Ark. 

Erwix, "W. A Veal's Station, Tex. 

Fexder, J. F Cleveland, Tenn. 

Fergusox, W. T., D.D Petersburg, 111. 

Flaxiken, R. B Gainsville, Tenn. 

Fuller, Benj Deport, Texas. 

Fullertox, B. P St. Louis, Mo. 



148 Roll. [1894. 

Garvin, S. W Midland City, 111. 

GooDKNiGHT, i! L., D.D Waynesburg, Pa. 

Grider, J. S.. D.D Mayfield, Ky. 

Hayter, a. S Fort Worth, Texas. 

Henderson, J. W Nevada, Iowa. 

HoRNBEAK, J. A Terrell, Texas. 

Ingle, E. T Portland, Oregon. 

Johnson, A. B Stringtown, T. T. 

Johnson, E. M Mattoon, 111. 

Johnston, J. M , Petersburg, 111. 

Johnston, W. H La Plata, Mo. 

Keaton, J. A Atwood, Tenn. 

Kerr, J. B Davilla, Texas. 

King, S. Finis Warrensburg, Mo. 

Lackey, W. J Texarkana, Texas. 

Laughlin, J. W St. Louis, Mo. 

Lewellen, L. W Wettenburg, Pa. 

Lewis, R. W Meridian, Miss. 

Maddox, a. S Oxford, Miss. 

Manly, A. H Goodlettsville, Tenn. 

Martin, J. E Austin, Ark. 

McClurkan, W. H Terrell, Texas. 

McCuLLOM, E. Winchester, Tenn. 

McElvain, S. H Fort Smith, Ark. 

McHenry, R. H Biggsville, 111. 

Miller, J. G , Centerburg, Ohio. 

Miller, J. H Jackson Center, Pa. 

Moore, F. M * Wagstaff, Kan. 

Morris. J. Reed Covington, Ohio. 

Mount, J. W Clarksville, Tenn. 

Norman, J H St. Joseph, Mo. 

Norment, W. M Whiteville, Tenn. 

Patton, J. R Louisiana, Mo. 

Perry, W. 0. H Dunbar, Neb. 

Perry, W. F • Watson, Mo. 

Prichard, a. B Rutherford, Tenn. 

HiCE, P. A Grand .Junction, Col. 

Eichards, T. J Dublin, Texas. 

Renick, a. R Slaydon, Texas. 

RoBisoN, M. W -Blockton, Ala. 

R0BIN.S0N, J. L Henderson, Ky. 

Russell, G. B Trussville, Ala. 

Sammons, T. C McGregor, Texas. 

Sandidge, W. H. C Columbia, Ky. 

Shaw, W. H Marshall, Mo. 

Silveus, G. H Loudon, Tenn. 

iSmall, J. M Bowie, Texas. 

Smith, Willis Owensboro, Ky. 

Stephens, W. H Golden City, Mo. 

Stockard, J. L Erin, Tenn. 

VanPatton, J. C Dayton, Wash. 



1 894-] Roll. 149^ 

Walker, W. J Plevna, Ala. 

Ward, J. A , D.D Gainesville, Texas. 

Watson, B. T; Auburn, Kv. 

Wear, W. D Chillicothe^ Texas. 

Williams, G. W Norris City, 111. 

AViLLiAMs, H. S Chicago, 111. 

Williams, T. N Bonham, Texas. 

WiLSOX, G. A Burnt Prairie, III. 

Wilson, W. H Oakland, 111. 

WiTHERSPOON, AV. B Piedmont, Ala. 

WooLEY, C. A .....Fairmount, Oregon. 

AVynn, p. W Chillicothe, Mo. 

RULING ELDERS. 

Baker, J. N Shiloh, Texas. 

Bell, F. E Mattoon, 111. 

Bookman, P. B Prairie Plains, Texas. 

Boyd, T. P Swan, Ky. 

Buquo, H. H Erin, Tenn. 

Byrn, p. R Wingo, Ky. 

Carson, W. M Huntingdon, Tenn.. 

Carson, I. W latan, Mo. 

Cobb, J. C Odessa, Mo. 

Cornelius, W. R Nashville, Tenn. 

Dickson, J. M Milan, Tenn. 

Dougherty, W. C ." Coloma, Mo. 

Drake, J. C Milton, Iowa. 

Evans, E. E Barren Fork, Ark. 

Farley, W. H Hutto, Texas. 

FiNDLEY, T. B Brooks, Kan. 

Freeman, G. W Mansfield, Mo. 

Gaut, J. M Nashville, Tenn. 

Gay, Wm Trenton, Tenn. 

George, F. M Terrell, Texas. 

Gooding, A Rogers, Ark. 

GouLDY, J. H Waco, Texas. 

Graham, R. B Centerview, Mo. 

Harper, H. R AVeatherby, Mo. 

Hope, A Farmersville, Texas. 

Howry, J. H Sardis, Miss. 

Keaton, C. L Dexter, Mo. 

King, AA\ T Merced, Cal. 

KiNSALL, Ben , Omaha, 111. 

Kirk, J. P Port Oak, Texas. 

Kruse, H. AA'^ Dunbar, Neb. 

Long, Levi Georgetown, 111. 

Low, A Brown wood, Texas. 

McCrae, J. AV lantha. Mo. 

McDavid, J. T Irving, 111. 

MiDDLETON, T. J AA^axahachie, Texas. 

Montgomery, L. P AA^hitewright, Texas. 

Norman, H. H Murfreesboro, Tenn. 



I50 



Roll. [1894- 



Orr, W. D.... Lewisburg, Tenn. 

Padgett, L. P Columbia, Tenn. 

Pritchett, J. W Bowling Green, Mo. 

Porter, Geo. L .Hillsboro, Texas. 

Ealston, AV. G Evansville, Ind. 

Redman, A Cynthiana, Ind. 

RiGGs, J. C Van Buren, Pa. 

Roberts, M. E '••• Mexia, Texas. 

Robertoox, B ; Henderson, Tenn. 

RoDGERS, S. A Loudon, Tenn. 

RuFFiN, J. L Jamison, Ala. 

ScRiBER, C. W SaleTO, Ore. 

Sharp, W. F Marshall, Mo. 

Shearon, T. J Moberly, Mo. 

♦Skiles, L. H Rich Pond, Kv. 

SIMMS, P. W Fresno, Cal. 

Small, Henry Collins ville, Ala. 

Smith, Eli "Whitewright, Texas. 

Trailor, W. H Petersburg, 111. 

Turner, W. D Bogata, Texas. 

Vaughn, R. F Fairview, Ky. 

Walker, Jesse Philomath, Ore. 

AVallace, H. J Sturgis, Ky. 

White, T. A ." Abilene, Texas. 

White, E. W Post Oak, Texas. 

Williams, J. W Lowell, Ark. 

Windsor, J. H Booneville, Mo. 

Witherington, J. B IMunford, Tenn. 

Woosley, C. G Canevvilie. Kv. 

WiNANS, AV. P Walla Walla, "Wash. 



X.-M O RTU A RY. 



CONE BEFORE. 



MINISTERS. 

BAITS, W. S Sangamon Presb'S'terv. 

BALDRIDGE, W. H Dallas Presbytery. 

BARE, J. X Springtield Pre.sbvterv. 

BROWN, J. R., D.D Rushville Presbytery. 

BROWN, W. W Anderson Presbvterv. 

CALDWELL, JOHN Alabama Presbvtery. 

CALDWELL, R. H Kentucky Presbvterv. 

CANNON, W. C White River Presbvterv. 

CARTER, M. L Pease River Presbvtery. 

COKER, J. A Red Oak Presbvterv. 

COOK, W. H West Plains Presbyterv. 

DENBY, WILLIAM Ozark Presbvterv. 

ELDER, Q. D Greer Countv Presbvterv. 

FULLER, A. F Iowa Presbytery. 

GENTRY, J. B Arkansas Presbvtery. 

GRAHAM, CYRUS Anderson Presbyterv. 

GWYNN, RICHARD A nder.son Pre.sbvterv. 

HAINES, W. A Lebanon Presbvterv. 

HASTINGS, G. P Elk Presbvterv. 

HENDERSON, E. P., D.D Willamette Presbvterv. 

HENDRIX, W. W., D.D Lebanon Presbvterv. 

HOLLINSWORTH, H. B : Bartholomew Presbvterv. 

HUNT, G. M McLin Presbvterv. 

KINNARD, D. C ^.Waco Presbvterv. 

LOWRANCE, J. E McMinnville Presbvterv. 

McCLUNEY, THOMAS Springville Presbvterv. 

McNAMAR, A California Presbvterv. 

ORR, R. J Richland Presbvtery. 

PATTON, DANIEL Platte PresbVterv. 

PIERSON, B. H., D.D Porter Presbvterv. 

RADFORD, S. M Mavfield Presbvterv. 

REYNOLDS, G.W Sangamon Pre.sbvterv. 

SPENCE, W. W West Prairie PresbVterv. 

THOMAS, E. M Washington Presbvtery. 

VAN EMMON, C. R Little River Presbvterv. 

WELSH, T. A Athens Presbvterv. 

WE.ST, S. B Knoxville Presbvterv. 

WHITLOCK, JAMES Foster Presbvtery. 

WILKINSON, M. W Knoxville Presbvtery. 

ZARECOR, W. M Obion Presbvtery. 



152 



Moderators and Ci^erks. 



1894. 



XI.-MODERATORS AND CLERKS. 



CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERY— 1810-13. 





< 


Moderator. 


Clerk. 


Place. 


Time. 


1810 






Sam'l McAdow's house, 
Dickson county, Tenn 

Ridge Meeting-house, 
Sumner county, Tenn 

Lebanon Meeting-house 

Big Spring, Wilson co., 
Tenn 




1810 








1810 






March 20. 
October 23. 


1811 


Robert Bell- 


Young Ewing* 






Thomas Calhoun* 

Hugh Kirkpatrick* 


March 19. 


1811 


Ridge Meeting-house.... 
Suggs's Creek Meeting- 
house 


October 9, 


1812 


James B. Porter* 

Hugh Kirkpatrick* 

James B. Porter* 


April 7. 


1812 






1813 


Robert Bell* 


Beech Meeting - house, 
Sumner county, Tenn 


April 5. 



'•■ Deceased. 



GENERAL SYNOD— 1813-28. 





Moderator. 


Clerk. _ ■ 


Place. 


Time. 


1813 


William McGee* f... 


Finis Ewing* 


Beech Meeting-house ... 

Suggs's Creek 

Beech Meeting-house ... 

Free Meeting - house, 

Tenn 




181 4 


David Foster* 

William Baruett* 




April 5. 
October 17. 


1S1.T 




1816 


Thomas Calhoun* 

Robert Donnell*. 


David Foster* 

Hugh Kirkpatrick* 

Robert Bell* 


October 15. 


1817 


Mt. Moriah,Kv 


October 21. 


181S 






October 20. 


181P 


Samuel King * 


William Barnett* 

William Moor * 


Suggs's Creek, Tenn 


October 19. 


1S''0 


Thomas Calhoun* 

Minutes not recorded... 

James B. Porter* 

Minutes not recorded... 
Samuel King * 


October 17. 


18?1 


Minutes not recorded ... 

David Foster*. 

Minutes not recorded ... 


Russellville, Ky 


3d Tues. in Oct 


1822 
ia'>3 


Beech Meeting-house ... 
Russellville, Ky.. 


October 15, 

3d Tues. in Oct. 


^i^•?4 




October 19. 


18''.=> 


William Barnett* 


Hiram McDonald* 

Minutes not recorded ... 

Laban Jones* 

Richard Beard* 




October 18. 


18-?fi 


Minutes not recorded ... 

James S. Guthrie* 

Hiram A. Hunter * 


Russellville, Ky. 


3d Tues. in Oct 


1827 


Russellville, Ky 


November 20. 


1828 


Franklin, Tenn 


October 21. 



Deceased. 



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Moderators and Clerks. 



153 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 1829-1894. 



ft 


Moderator. 


Clerk. 


Pl.\ce. 


Time. 


1829 








May 19. 
May 18. 


18.30 




Richard Beard f 


Princeton, Ky 


1831 




.Joseph A. Coppf 

William H. Bigham f ... 


May 17. 
Mav 15. 


1832 




Nashville, Tenn 


1833 


Thomas Calbount 

F. R. Cos«ittt 




May 21. 
May 20. 
May 19. 
May 17. 
May 16. 


1834 


Milton Birdf 


Nashville, Tenn 


183.5 




M. H. Bnnef 




1836 




Joseidi B. Hillf 




1837 




William H. Bigham f... 

James Sm thf 

J. S. McClainf 




1838 


Hiram A. Himterf 




1840 


Elkton, Kv 


Mav 19. 


1841 


William Ralston")" 


J. T A. Henderson f.... 
Cyrus Havnesf 




Mav 18. 


1842 


Milton Birdf 


Owensboro, Xy 


May 1 7. 


1843 


A. M. Bryant 


J. S. McClainf 




Mav Ki. 


1845 


B. H. Pieiscn f 




May ZO. 
May 19. 
Mav 18. 


1846 


M. H. Bouet 

Hiram A. Hunterf 

Milton Birdf 


.1. .S. McClainf 




1847 






1848 






Mav 16. 


1849 








Mav 15. 


1850 


Reuben Burrow f 

Milton Birdf 


John G. White 


Clarksville, Tenn 


Mav 21. 


1851 




Pittsburgh, Pa 


Mav 20. 


1852 




Collins J. Bradley t 

John (J. White 




May 19. 
May 17. 
Mav 16. 


1853 


H. S. Porterf 




1854 




M. H. Boiief 




18.55 


M. H. Boief 


R. C. Ewingf 




May 15. 
May 15. 
Mav 21. 


1856 


Milton Birdf 


J. B. Logan f 




1857 


Carson P. Reedf 


W. B. Waltersonf 




1858 






Mav 20. 


1859 


T. B. Wilson t 


Smith Parks 




Mav 19. 


1860 


S. G. Burnevf 


W. S. Campbell f 




May 17. 
May 16. 
May 15. 
May 21. 
May 19. 
May 18. 
May 17. 
May 16. 
Mav 21. 


1861 


A. E. Cooperf 


A. B. Miller 


St. Louis, Mo 


1862 


P. G. Rea 


J. C. Bowdoii t 




1863 


Milton Birdf 


.\zel Freeman f 

J. H. Nickellf 


.\lton, 111 


1864 




1865 




J. R. Brown f 




1866 








1867 


J. B. Mitchell 

G. W. Mitchell 


D. G. .Mollov 




1868 






1869 


S. T. Andersonf 




Murfreesboro, Tenn 


Mav 20. 


1870 


J. C. Provine 

J. B. Loeanf 


J. C. Van Patten. 


May 19. 
Mav 18. 


1871 


E. S. Reedf 




1872 


C. H Bell 

J. W. Poindexterf 

T. r. Blake 


E. B. Crisman 




May 16. 
May 15. 
Mav 21. 


1873 




Huntsville, .-^^la 


1874 




1875 


W. S. Campbell f 






May 20. 
May 18. 
Mav 17. 


1876 


J. M. 3ill 




Bowling Green, Ky 


1877 


A. B. Miller 




1878 


D. E. Bushnell 


.John Frizzell 


Lebanon, Tenn 


Mav 16. 


1879 


J. S. Grider 


May 15. 
May 20. 
May 19. 
Mav 18. 


1880 


A. Templetonf 




Evansville, lud 


1881 


W. J. Darbv 




.^.ustiu, Texas 

Huntsville, .41a 


1882 


S. H. Buchanan 




1883 


T C. Blake 




Mav 17. 


1884 


.John Frizzell.. 


T. C. Blake. 




Mav 15. 


1885 


G. T. Stainback 


T C.Blake 


Bentonville, Ark 


May 21. 
May 20. 
May 19. 
Mav 17. 


1886 


E. B. Crisman 

Nathan Green 


T. C. Blake 




1887 


T. C. Blake 




1888 


W. H. Black 


T. C. Blake 




1889 


J. M. Hubbert 


T. C.Blake 




Mav 16. 


1890 


E. G. McLean 


T. C.Blake 




Mav 15. 


1891 


E. E. Beard 


T C Blake . .. 




Mav 21. 


1892 


W. S. Danlev 


T. C. Blake 




Mav 19. 


1893 


W. T Fergu.?on 

F. R. Earle 


T C Blake 


Little Rock, .\rk.. 


Mav 18. 


1894 


T.C.Blake 


Eugene City, Oregon 


.Mav 17. 









f Deceased. 



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ARRANGED BY PRESBYTERIES. 



1. ALABAMA. 

Ministers : 
Cross, L. B., Stated Clerk, Ga:^touburg, Ala. 
Dalton. J. J., 8eliua, Ala. 
Diivair, J. W., Clintou, Mo. 
Gaston, C. A., Cokcr, Ala. 
Hail, R. J. C, D.D., Binniiiahaui, Ala. 
Hall, J. H. B., Birmingham, Ala. 
Hyehe, J. T., Birininghaiu. Ala. 
Oglesby, S. G., (jrefn Pond, Ala. 
Oglesby, S. S., Biniiingham, Ala. 
Robisoii, M. W., Blocton. Ala. 
Wyatt, I), y., Calera, Ala. 
Wyatt, J. L., Lebanon, Tcnn. 
Zwingle, J. H., Helena, Ala. 

Lieentiate.s : 
Allinder, B. I., Piedmont. Ala. 
Johnsey, J. G., Helena, Ala. 
Lee, B.'E., Montevallo, Ala. 
Lee, P. D., Montevallo, Ala. 
Wallace, M. D., Lebanon, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Alexander, J. M., Calera, Ala. 
Hollister, W. F., Oxmoor, Ala. 



2. ALBION. 

Ministers : 
Bachman, George O., Nashville, Teun. 
Borah, J. W., Fairfield, 111. 
Shull. S. R., Cros.svilIe, 111. 
Smith, Dawson, Cirayville, 111. 
Trousdale, W. A., Merriani, 111. 
Turner, C. A. C, Strasburg, 111. 
Wilson, Creorge A.. Burnt Prairie, 111. 
Yates, C. W., Albion. 111. 

Ruling Elder Levinus Harris. .Stated Clerk, 
Albion, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Brown, A. R., Enfield, 111. 
House. J. (J., Enfield, 111. 
Keen, \V. H., Merriam, 111. 



H. ALLEGHENY. 

Ministers : 
Bixler, S. P., North Liberty, Ohio. 
Foulks, F. M., Wiuslow, Pk. 
Gallagher, .7. M., D.D., Jackson Center, Pa. 
Hartman, T. M., Punxsutawney, Pa. 
Miller, J. B., .Seneca, Pa. 

Miller, J. H., Stated Clerk, Jackson Center, Pa. 
Teagarden, H. G., Oliveburg, Pa. 
Van Horn, J. M., Valier, Pa". 

Candidates : 
Frampton, Joseph, Punxsutawney, Pa. 
Hayes, Robert, Valier. Pa. 
Howells, Benjamin, Punxsutawney, Pa. 
Keen, R. J., .Stoneboro, Pa. 



4. ANDERSON. 
Mini.sters: 

Anthony, R. H., Sturgis, Ky. 
Barbee, J. T., Providence, Ky. 
(foad, A. L., Nortonville, Ky. 
Lyon, P. A., Murfree.sboro. Tenn. 
McDonald, G. B., Greenville, Ky. 
Price, J. L., Providence, Ky. 
Robinson, John L., Henderson, Ky. 
Smith, R. D., Corydon, Ky. 
Wilson, Jas.. Madisouville, Kv. 
Wynns, W. W.,Bordley, Ky." 
Woniack, O. C, Dixon. Kv. 
Young, T. E., Robards, Kv. 
Ruling Elder J. W. Lamb, Stated Clerk, 
Sturgis, Ky. 
Licentiate : 
Sigler, J. A., Providence, Ky. 

Candidate : 
Rbea, S. G., , Ky. 

5. ARKANSAS. 
Ministers : 

Baldridge, S. H., Ozark. Ark. 

Brigance, J. N., Mulberry, Ark. 

Carnehan, P., Beutonville, Ark. 

Charlton, F. T., Van Buren. Ark. 

Co.x, .Samuel. Clyde, Ark. 

Crozier, J. K. P., Boon.sboro, Ark. 

Earle, F. P.., D.D., Boonsboro, Ark. 

Francis, J. C, Little Rock, Ark. 

Henderson, G. A., Fayetteville, Ark. 

Kellev, J. H., Stated Clerk, Favetteville, Ark. 

Knox', J. A., Clyde, Ark. 

McKinnev, W. H., Sulphur City, Ark. 

Molloy, .j". T., Fayetteville, Ark. 

Moore, C. R., Boonsboro, Ark. 

Pigman, J. H.. Fayetteville, Ark. 

Prather, L. J. A., Durham, Ark. 

Praiher, J. A., Harris, Ark. 

Prather, R. B.. Van Buren, Ark. 

Roacti, E. M., Ozark, Ark. 

Rogers, W. P., Ozark, Ark. 

Shelton, A. G., Ozark, Ark. 

Stockberger, J. W., Pitkin, Ark. 

Wall, G. N., Ozark, Ark. 
Licentiates : 

Bates, T. L., Boonslioro. Ark. 

Cowgill, W. B., Fayetteville, Ark. 

Cox, S. A., Eads, Ark. 

Hank, N. D., Boonsboro, Ark. 

Kirbv, W. F., Lebanon, Tenn. 

Reed", S. B., Clyde, Ark. 

Weaver, J. H., Lebanon, Tenn. 
t Candidates : 

Bates, C. D., Fayetteville, Ark. 

Johnston, J. L., Ozark, Ark. 
j Maxwell, J. H., Bentouville, Ark. 
1 Pond, G. L. M., Fayetteville, Ark, 



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6. ATCHISON. 
Ministers: . 
Duvall, C. P., Stated Clerk (2307 Olive St.), 

Kausas City, Mo. 
Morgan, J. H., Piper, Kansas. 
JRoach, T. K., Holton, Kausas. 

Licentiates : 
Oale, a. D., Loweiuont, Kansas. 
McCrarv, W. S., Mount Pleasant, Kansas. 

7. ATHENS. 
Ministers : 
Dent, M., Adelphi, Ohio. 
Harmon, C. R., Lee, Ohio. 
Kirkpatrick, J. H., Harrisouvillo, Ohio. 
Miller, J. G., Stated Clerk, Centerluirg, Ohio. 



S. BACON. 

Ministers : 
•Cowden, M. F., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Dawson, William, Stated Clerk, Mvrtle Springs, 

Te.v. 
Hendrick, J. H., Brownwood. Texas. 

Kelly, W. H. O., , Texas. 

Mauess, H. D., , . 

McClurkau, W. H., Terrell, Texas. 
Phillips, R. T., Tvler, Texas. 
Stone, A. R., Will's Point, Texas. 
Watkins, R. O., Kemp, Texas. 
Watkins, A. S., Tehuacana, Texas. 

Licentiate: 
Johns, Will D., Ben Wheeler, Texas. 

Candidates : 
MeCatfitv, S. F., Stone Point, Texas. 
McPhail", S. M., Colfax, Texas. 
McVey, S. H., Pruitt, Texas. 



9. BARTHOLOMEW. 

Ministers : 
Douglass, T. S., Hfimpton, Ark. 
Crreer, G. E., Kison, Ark. 
Gillham, D. B., Bodman, Ark. 
Harris, M. C, Sumnerville, Ark. 
Hollingsworth, E. A., Hampton, Ark. 
James, J. D., Hampton, Ark. 
Newton, W. H., Rest, Ark. 
Shell, S. Lee, Brooks, Ark. 
Wilmon, Joseph, Brooks, Ark. 
Wilson, J. W., Star Citv, Ark. 
Kuliug Elder J. A. Shell, Stated Clerk, Brook.s 
Ark. 

Licentiates: 
■Collins, A. A., Bodman, Ark. 
Shell, S. A., Brooks, Ark. 
Wiley, Alfred, Star City, Ark. 

Candidates : 
Heriugton, H. H., Brooks, Ark. 
Jaggars, R. A., Brooks. Ark. 
Newton, John, Hampton, Ark. 



10. BELL. 

Ministers : 
Ba.ss, C. S., Tupelo, Mi.ss. 
Blantou, J. C, Nettleton, Miss. 
Borah, J. T., Stated Clerk, Rienzi, Miss. 
Oraham, W. E., Kemp, Texas. 
Hunter, J. D,, Dallas, Texas. 
Laird, J. S., Saulsbury, Tenn. 
Padgett, T. H., Selmer, Tenn. 
strain, B. B., Blue Springs, Miss. 
Young, Robert, Corinth, Miss. 

Licentiates : 
Laird, \V. A., Saulsbury, Tenn. 
Milstead, James. Saulsbury, Tenn. 
White, James, Saulsbury, "Tenn. 



11. BOXHAM. 

Ministers : 
Barr, A. L., Honev Grove, Texas. 
Bengi-, M. L., Stringtown, I. T. 
Brockett, M. Y., Sherman, Texas. 
Cleere, T. E , Weston, Texas. 
Cox, B., Randolph, Texas. 
Crockett, R. R., Wolfe Citv, Texas. 
Dinwiddie, A. B. C, Uodd City, Texas. 
Gay, R. A., Whitewrieht, Texas. 
Gordon, D. A., Whitewriglit, Texas. 
Harris. M. C, Jlerit, Texas. 
Jones, R. F., Whitewright, Texas. 
Kirkpatrick, W. A., Whitewright, Texas. 
McFarland, F. M., Sherman, Texas 
McMurrv. G. W., Ector, Texas 
McShan,"j. E., Terrell, Texas. 
Meek, T. H., Whitewright, Texas. 
Messick, E. H., Howe, Texas 
Milner, H. B., Sherman, Texas. 
Nicholson, J. B., Whitewright, Texas. 
Preston, W. B., Denison, Texas. 
Rush, J. D., Honev (irove, Texas. 
Williams, W. A., Wolfe City, Texas. 
Williams, T.N., Stated Clerk, Bonham, Texas 
AVoods, S. O., Bonham, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Nicholson, W. T., Whitewright, Texas. 
Ramsey, .7. L., Pecan Gap, Texas. 
Richardson, A. B., Sherman, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Odell, J. W., Pecan Gap, Texas. 



12.. BUFFALO GAP. 
Ministers : 
Baker, A. A., Merkel, Texas. 
Benge, R. W., Stated Clerk, < omauehe, Texas. 
Burrow, .1. JI., Comanche, Texas. 
Clack, AV. A., Eolian. Texas. 
Clack, I. N. Eolian, Texas. 
Dy.-;art, E. D., Albany, Texas. 
Elliott, J. L., Swcptwater, Texas. 
French, N. R., Strawn, Texas. 
Haynes, A. J., Butfalo (iap, Texas 
Leech, F. E., Abilene, Texas. 
Peyton, W. (i., Anson, Texas. 
Robertson, S. L., Butfalo (iap, Texas. 
Saye, A. W., Breekenridge, Texas. 
Stockton, E. D., Rising Star, Texas. 
Werner, W. W , Snyder, Texas. 
Woods, ,1. F., Raynor, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Bennett, W. M., Eastland, Texas. 
Brvant, J. T., Comanche, Texas. 
Kirby, J. T., Cisco, Texas. 
Ridenour, A. N., Butfalo Gap, Texas. 
Speuce, M. L., Butfalo Gap, Texas. 
Temple, J. M., Snyder, Texas. 
Wilson, S. J., Anson, Texas. 

13. BURROW. 
Ministers : 
Anderson, R. S., St. Francis, Ark. 
Brvant, T. D., Nolton, Ark. 
Catlett, W. A., Wynne, Ark. 
Cobb, J. D. C, Jonesboro, Ark. 
Eaton, C. M., Gibson, Mo. 
Evans, A. D. , Rector, Ark. 
Forbess, A. B., Brinkley, Ark. 
Freeman, T. S., Trenton, Tenn. 
Grabiel, J. S. St. Francis, A k. 
Holifield, W. T., St. Francis, Ark. 
Knowlton, J. S., Nolton, Ark. 
Mason, Jas. A., Stated Clerk, Forrest Citv, 

Ark. 
McClamrock, D. L., Rector, Ark. 

Licentiate: 
Vineyard, D. M., Lebanon, Tenn. 



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14. CALIFORNIA. 
Ministers : 

Baldridge, A. W., Covina, Cal. 

Clav, L. L., Jamul, Cal. 

Cowan, T. A., 2929 Sacramento St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Culton, H. C, Winters, Cal. 

Davenport, R. J., St. Helena, Cal. 

Dickson, J. P., 234 Dolores St., San Francisco, 
Cal. 

McClurkan, J. 0., San Jose, Cal. 

Patterson, S. S , Lompoc, Cal. 

Scott, G. W., Middletown, Cal. 

Sitton, J. J., 3 Clav Ave , San Francisco, Cal. 

Walker, J. P., Paso Robles, Cal. 

Walker, J. R., San Jose, Cal. 

Whittemore, B. F., Stated Clerk, Mountain 
View Cal. 

Licentiate : 
Conrad, E. F., Arroyo Grande, Cal. 

Candidate : 
Conrad, Charles F., Arroyo Grande, Cal 



1.5. CHARLOTTE. 
Ministers : 
Bowman, Thos., Waverly, Term. 
Bramlett, J. J., Erin, Tenn. 
Carnell, E. M., Waverly, Tenn. 
Castleman, A. G., Charlotte, Tenn. 
Cooley, D. I)., Clydeton, Tenn. 
Coolev, W. M., Clvdetou, Tenn. 
Craig, R. H., Erin, Tenn. 
Green, W. H., Dickson, Tenn. 
Osborn, F. M., Erin, Tenn. 
Stockard, J. L., Erin, Tenn. 
Taylor, A. M., Erin, Tenn. 
Webb, T. O., Omega, Tenn. 
Webb, B. W., Omega, Tenn. 
Rnling Elder H. H. Biiqiio, Stated Clerk, Erin, 
Tenn. 

Licentiate : 
Johnson, C. C, Waverly, Tenn. 



Candidate : 
Lee, G. M., Erin, Tenn. 



IC. CHATTANOOGA. 
Ministers : 
Arnett, J. C, South Pittsburg, Tenn. 
Berry hill, A. J.. Cleveland, Tenn. 
Bushnell, D. E., D.D., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Campbell, A., Sewee, Tenn. 
Dillon, W. G., Cleveland, Tenn. 
Fender, J. F.. Cleveland. Tenn. 
Hall, James, Morgan Springs, Tenn. 
Hickman, A., (JravsvillV, Tenn. 
Jones, J. T., Whitwell, Tenn. 
MeClary, I. A., Cleveland, Tenn. 
McClary, O. B., Parksville, Tenn. 
McGhee, Z. M., Sherman Heights, Tenn. 
Moore, R. J., AVhitwell, Tenn. 
Price, J. T., Stated Clerk, Davton, Tenn. 
Pryor, E. G. H., Whitwell, Tenn. 
Stewart, Cary, Sewee, Tenn. 
Whitener, J." A., Ja-sper, Tenn. 
Wood, D. H., Brittsville, Tenn. 

Licentiate : 
Shelton, G. W., Fountain ( ity, Tena 

Candidates : 
Howser, Jas., Brittsville, Tenn. 
Mack, G. H., Marshall, Mo. 
Wooton, Jno. M., Lebanon, Tenn. 



17. CHEROKEE. 

Ministers : 
Bryant, D. B., Pryor Creek, I. T. 
Crawford, N. J., Choteau, 1. T. 
Crane, A. ()., Chelsea, I. T. 
Hogan, David, Choteau, I. T. 
McLaurv, D. A., Gushing, Okla. 
Parks, R. C, Chelsea, I. T. 
Roach, R. B., Ozark, Ark. 
Swaim, J. A., Stated Clerk, Pryor Creek, I. T, 

Candidate : 
Bonebrake, F. M., Gushing, Okla. 

18. CHICAGO. 
Ministers: 
Caldwell, W. J., 1060 N. Halsted Ave., Chicago,. 

111. 
Heiidrick, L. D., Austin, (Cook Co.) 111. 
Logan, W. C, South Lvnn, 111. 
Stephens, A. H.,1442 Cornelia Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Williams, H. S., 6621 Stewart Ave., Chicago, IlL 

19. CHICKASAW. 

Ministers : 

Bell, J. W., , . 

Berrv, W. H., Noble, Ok. Ter. 
Bighani, T. H., Marlow, I. T. . 
Blosengame, D. F., Lvune, I. T. 
Bt>vle, J. W., Guthrie, Ok. Ter. 
Bullard, M. L., Buck Horn, I. T. 
Gruves, J., Dixie, I. T. 
Hacker, R. H. J., Roff, I. T. 
Leraond, J. C, Lone Grove, I. T. 
Porter, s. W., Ryan, I. T. 
Smith, J. J., Bragg, I. T. 
Snavelv, J. F., Ravsville, I. T. 
Van Noy, C. C, Tishimingo, I. T. 
Walker, D. L., Stated Clerk, Manard, I. T. 
Wilson, G. S., Ryan, I. T. 

Candidates : 
Boatwright, J. L , Manard, I. T. 
Butler, N. D., Roff, L T. 
Carpenter. R. F., Buck Horn, I. T. 
Lindsey, J. H., Marlow, I. T. 

20. CHILLICOTHE. 

Ministers: 
Belt, S. D., Purdin, Mo. 
Cooper, A. T., Malta Bend, Mo. 
Davis. J. T., Purdin, Mo. 
French, J. W., Chillicothe, Mo. 
Logan, B. F., Marshall, Mo. 
Me(Tee, J. W., Bethany, Mo. 
Nickell, W. N., Stated Clerk, Chillicothe, Mov 
Ragan, E. S., Lock Springs, Mo. 
Ragan, J. M., Chula, Mo. 
Shook, H. C, Bucklin, Mo. 
Smith, H. F., Gallatin, Mo. 
Wynn, P. W., Chillicothe, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Dearing. H. B., Gait, Mo. 
Fisher, H. W., Pattousburg, Mo. 

21. CHOCTAW. 
Ministers : 
Benjamin, Charley, Kiowa, I. T. 
Billey, Edmond, Coalgate, I. T. 
Charleston, Martin, Lehigh, I. T. 
Dickerson, J. H., Kiowa, I. T. 

Fort, J. H., . . 

Foster, Abel, Boggy Depot, I. T. 

Hall, William, Atoka, L T. 

Harrison, James, Atoka, I. T. 

Hudson, James, Kosuma, I. T. 

Johnson, A. B., Stated Clerk, Stringtown, I. T» 

King, Solomon, Boggy Depot, I. T. 

Peter, George, Stringtown, I. T. 

Peter, Stephen, Brownsville, I. T. 

Robinson, Calvin, Caddo, I. T. 



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Licentiates : 
Byington, Maxwell, Eagletowii, I. T. 
Sherred, J. M., Antlers, I. 1'. 



-, r. T. 



Candidates : 
Bond. Calvin, 

Cole, Wilson, Kosuma, I. T. 
Hudson, C. .!., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Jones, AVesley, Caddo, I. T. 
Nicbolus, Iziaus, Remington, I. T. 

Taylor, Thompson, , . 

"Wade, Able, , . 

Willis, Edmon P., Luklatah, I. T. 
Williams, Austin, Atoka, I. T. 



22. COLESBURG. 

Ministers : 
€heek, D. W., Gilbert Station, Iowa. 
Ferguson, R. A., Maxwell, Iowa. 
Henderson, J. W., Nevada, Iowa. 
Lotton, C. M., McCallsburg, Iowa. 
Peufold, Elias, Graham, Iowa. 
Vauuice, R. L., Stated Clerk, Waukon, Iowa. 

Candidate : 
Ray, Wm. J., Maxwell, Iowa. 



23. COLORADO. 

Ministers : 
Adkisson, A. J., Round Rock, Texas. 
Bowers, W. J., Burton, Texas. 
Copeland, W. E., Rockdale, Texas. 
Cummings, J. F., Milano, Texas. 
Denson, W. C, Austin, Texas. 
Renick, J. M., Stated Clerk, Smithville, Texas. 
Stravhorn, N. T., Austin, Texas. 
Wilson, J. L., Milano, Texas. 

Licentiate : 
Erickson, J. AV., Shinar, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Baker, L. D., Cameron, Texas. 



24. CORSICANA. 
Ministers : 
Braly, J. D., Hillsboro, Texas. 
Campbell, A., Lawnsdale, Texas. 
Cheatham, A. B., Peoria, Texas. 
Crawford, G. D., Tullahoma, Tenn. 
Hornbeak, J. W., Corsicana, Texas. 
Howard, U. C, Italv, TexaS. 
Kerr, J. M., Chattteld, Texas. 
Lackey, J. A., Rice, Texas. 
McCarty, J. M., Hillsboro, Texas. 
McKee, T. N., Woodbury, Texas. 
McGill, R. A., Hubbard, 'lexas. 
Miller, John, Blooming Grove, Texas. 
Obanion, Jesse, Barry, Texas. 
Patterson, W. A., Stated Clerk, Hillsboro, 

Texas. 
Reagan, C. G., Itasca, Texas. 
Richards, J. J., Hillsboro, Texas. 
Taylor, B. M., Ennis, Texas. 
AVard, J. A., D.I)., Corsicana, Texas. 
Wilkes, M. A., Dawson, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Boyd, W. J., Whitney, Texas. 
Gray, L. B., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Howard, J. G., Henrietta, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Barton, W. P., Blooming Grove, Texas. 
Boyd, A. L., Tehuacana, Texas. 
McClung, J. P., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Mitchell, T. A., Tehuacana, Texas. 



25. CUMBERLAND. 

Ministers : 
Dougherty, H. B., Alone, Ky. 
Duggins, E. R . Campbellsville, Ky. 
Houk, G. W., Monroe, Ky. 
Johnson, W. W., Tampico, Ky. 
Lloyd, J. T., Becks" Store, Ky. 
Mauk, J. L., Slick Rock, Ky. 
Menzies, James. Marrowbone, Kv. 
Milam, W. E., Burksville, Ky. 
Parrish, H. S.. Burksville, Ky. 
Porter, B. D., Center, Ky. 
Sandidge, W. H C, Columbia, Ky. 
.Sower.*, J. P., Alone, Ky. 
Turner, H. S., Monticello, Kv. 
Wells, T. W., Thurlow. Kv. 
Ruling Elder W. W. Bradshaw, Stated Clerk 
Columbia, Ky. 

Licentiates : 
Aaron, J. P., Crocus, Kv. 
Brown, J, N., Slick Rock, Kv. 
Campbell, J. T., Campbellsville, Ky. 
Claycoinb. J. F., Campbellsville, Ky. 
Sexton, J. W., Gradyville, Ky. 

Candidate : 
Kirgan, J. L., Slick Rock, Ky. 

2G. DALLAS. 

Ministers : 
Bone, W. P., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Clovd, W. P., .Stated Clerk, Rockwall, Texas. 
Gra'ce, R. C, Rhea's Mills. Texas. 
Guver, H. S., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Hall. G. M.. Copeville, Texas. 
Hendrick, W. R., McKinuey, Texas. 
Hornbeak, J. A., Terrell, Texas. 
Hunter, B. L., ^tcKinner, Texas. 
Olliver, R. B., Coppell, Texas. 
Waldrop. S. D.. Mesquite, Texas. 
Wottbrd, J. H., McKinney, Texas. 

Licentiates : , 

Cole, R. W., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Fender, G. W., Tehuacana Texas. 
Hughes, W. B , Dallas, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Francis, Charles, McKinnev, Texas. 
Grove, P. A., Marshall, Mo. 

27. DAVIS. 

Ministers : 
Allison, J. A., Fairview, Ky. 
Bagwell, N. E., Garrett.sburg, Ky. 
Biddle. A. C, Stated Clerk, Hopkinsville, Ky 
Caskv, W. L.. Caskv, Kv. 
Crump, W. R. M.. Caskv, Ky. 
Dorris, J. A., Elkton, Kv. 
Gill, J. M., D.D.. Elkton, Ky. 
Joiner, I. G., Lafavette, Ky. 
Quaite, W. G. L., Hopkinsville, Ky. . 

Candidates : 
Claggett. R. H.. Hopkinsville, Ky. 
Gray, W. E., Fairview, Ky. 
Hardin, Jno., Elkton, Kv. 
Tunstell, G. A., -, - — . 

28. DECATUR. 
Ministers : 
Baker, N. M., .Stated Clerk, Decatur, 111. 
Bankson, W. L., Blue Mound, 111. 
Barber, W. W. M., Windsor, 111. 
Dillow, M., Cerro Gordo, 111. 
Elder, J. W., Mattoon, 111. 
Hawkins, A. W.. Decatur, 111. 
Hughey, J. H., Decatur, 111. 
Lackev, J. F., Bethany, 111. 
McAniis, S. L., Mt. Zion, 111. 
McDavid, A. B., Bethanv, 111. 
Watson, C. G., Sullivan,"lll. 
Welch, A. B., Lincoln, 111. 
Woods, J. W., Mattoon, 111. 



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Licentiates : 
Curry, 5j. J., Gays, 111. 
Ennis, J. E., Cisco, 111. 

29. EAST LOULSIANA. 

(No report.) 

30. EAST TENNESSEE. 
Ministers : 

Baxter, F. P., Greeneville, Teun. 
Bell, r. R., Clover Bottom, Tenn. 
Bradshaw, T. R., Mount Horeb, Tenn. 
Brown, W. A., Ottway, Tenn. 
Brumley, S. A. C, Ottway, Tenn: 
Carroll, J. J., St. Clair, Tenn. 
Collier, R. B., Milbrook, Tenn. 
Copp, W. D., Pilot Hill, Tenn. 
Dobson, R. M., Greeneville, Tenn. 
Mathis, W. A., Mount Horeb, Tenn. 
McAmis, T. B., Greeneville, Tenn. 
McWherter, L., Ottway, Tenn. 
Self, W. F., Greeneville, Tenn. 
Starnes, A. A.. Maltsberger, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder ja.s. Ariuitage, Stated Clerk, 
Greeneville, Tenn. 

Licentiate : 
Mercer, T. L., Newuiansville, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Duncan, C. W., Cross Anchor, Tenn. 
Harnian, .1. H., Greeneville, Tenn. 
Horton, W. A., Cedar Lane, Tenn. 

31. EDEN. 

Ministers: 
Boone, W. A., Scott City, Kansas. 
Hernial, B B., Mell, Kansas. 
Martin, I. JL, Ness City, Kansas. 
Moore J. C, Stated Clerk, Gai'den City, Kansas. 
Oldham, W. S., Leoti, Kansas. 

Candidates : 
Coats, L. J., Marshall, Mo. 
Thonii)S()n, I. N., Pence City, Kansus. 

32. ELK. 
Ministers : 
Ausban, W. A , Petersburg, Tenn. 
Bate,«, T. F., Shelbwille, Tenn. 
Bishop, A. H., Boon's Hill, Tenn. 
Black, J. D., Winchester, Tenn. 
Brown, .J. M., I.,ewi.sburg, Tenn. 
Burks, W. F. , Prairie Plains, Tenn. 
Copeland, F. M., Kline, Tenn. 
Crawford, N. D., Flat Creek, Tenn. 
Crawford, H. M., Lebanon, Teun. 
Foster, J. A., Favetteville, Tenn. 
Galloway, M. L.," Chapel Hill, Tenu. 
Harrisoil, G. R., Decherd, Tenu. 
Hendri-x T. M., Rock vale, Tenn. 
Hogan, G. H., I>eb uon, Tenn. 
Holt, .1. N., Eagleville. Tenn. 
Jones, J. C, Fayetteville, Tenn. 
Landis. W. J'., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Lamb, .J. C., Rover, Tenn. 
Maddox, A. S., Lebanon, Tenn. 
McCollum, E., Winchester, Tenn. 
McCroskv, E. J., Gurlev, Ala. 
Miller, \V. B., Unionville, Tenn. 
Moore, A. N., Mulberry, Tenu. 
McDonald, ,1. W., New Market, Ala. 
Neel, G^W., I-ebanon, Tenn. 
New, N. L., Beedi (irove, Tenn. 
Pavne, J. L., Stated Clerk, Winchester, Tenn. 
Rankin, A. F., Belll)uckle, Teun. 
.Reed, R. T., Huutland, Tenn. 
Sanders, C C, Molino, Tenn. 
Sims, P. M., Cornersville, Tenn. 
Simmons, J. W., Lewisburg, Tenn. 
Tigert, J. B., Howell, Tenn. 
Tillett, W. E., Tracy City, Tenn. 



Tucker, David, Fayetteville, Tenn. 
Tyler, F. J., Tullahoma, Tenn. 
Warren, J. B., Petersburg, Tenu. 
Wilson, S. E., Manchester, Tenn. 

Licentiate : 
Stem, R. L., Rockvale, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Andraegg, John, Jr., Tracy City, Tenn. 
Bates, M. J., Fayetteville, Tenn. 
Copeland, Ben.j., Mulberry, Tenn. 
Eddlus, A. F.,' Howell, Tenn. 
Landis, E. B., Bellbuekle, Tenn. 
McWilliauis, A. B., Favetteville, Tenn. 
Morgan, L. B., Tullahoma, Tenn. 
Price, W. A., Tullahoma, Tenn. 
Rayburn, Jas., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Webb, Jas. M., Bellbuekle, Tenn. 



33. EWING (ARK.). 

Ministers : 
Bettis, 0. F., Dover, Ark. 
Blackburji, R. F., London, Ark. 
Bruton, J. W., Aitpleton, Ark. 
Conley, Jno. A., Stated Clerk, Harmony, A rk. 
Foust^ W. J., I..amar, Ark. 
Herren, N J., Russellville, Ark. 
Montgomerv, Jas. F., Appleton, Ark. 
Pharr, E. P!, Clarksville, Ark. 
Stewart, C. J., Clarksville, Ark. 
Smith, Joe A., Kconomy, Ark. 
Stokes, Chas. E., Clarksville, Ark. 
Tucker, Sam, Springfield, Ark. 
Watkins, W. W., Appleton, Ark. 
Wilkinson, J. J., Beebe, Ark. 

Licentiates: 
Mc(;iumpv, Geo. W., Clarksville, Ark. 
Pitts, Chas. E., Clarksville, Ark. 
Rushing, Homer, Clarksville, Ark. 

Candidates : 
Chambers, W. C, Cleveland, Ark. 
Sweeto, J. G., Russellville, Ark. 



34. EWING (ILL.). 
Ministers : 
Crabtree, George W., Galatia, 111. 
Davis, R. M., Omaha, 111. 
Davis, W. E., Omaha, 111. 
Gill, J. F., Marion, 111. 
Grav, W. F., Walpole, 111. 
Green, M. D., Norris City, 111. 
Hughev, J. L., McLeansboro, 111. 
Meijuay, J. F., Norris Citv, 111. 
Peebles, O. P.. Crab -Orchard, 111. 
Porter, J. A., Omaha, 111. 
Randolph, M. S., Omaha, 111. 
Sneed, J. W., Enfield, 111. 
Williams, G. W., Norris City, 111. 
Young, V. W., Eldorado, 111. 
Ruling Elder Z. W. Young, Stated Clerk^ 
Francis' Mills, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Anderson, W. M., McLeansboro, III. 
Goodrich, II. W., Harrisburg, 111. 

Candidates : 
Martin, H. S., Norris City, 111. 
Mattice, S. T., Raleigh, 111. 
Organ, A. G., Walpole, 111. 



35. FLORIDA. 
Ministers : 
Gracv, J. F. , Auburndale, Fla. 

Walker, J. F., , — -. 

Wilson, A. A., Inverness, Fla. 
Ruling Elder J. A. Irvin, Stated Clerk, ■ 
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3G. FOSTER. 
Ministers : 
Ailaius, Jno. H., Ashmore, 111. 
Beals, Jesse, Trilla, 111. 
Brvant, H. \V., Newmau, 111. 
CoiiiUrt", J. W., Le Rov, 111. 
Coolley, C. P., Stated Clerk, Riilge Farm, 111. 
Haddock, Noah, Diona, 111. 
Madden, L. W., Rardin, 111. 
Montgomery, (i. W., Charleston, 111. 
Montgomery, L. N., Danville, 111. . 
Smith, W. O., Catlin, 111. 
Steel, L., Lerna, 111. 
Whitloek, Thomas, Homer, 111. 
Williams, T. A., Ridge Farm, 111. 
Wilson, J. J., Fairmouut, 111. 
Wilson, W. H., Oakland, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Atkinson, T. H., 1175 Lexington Ave., Chicago. 

HI. 
Barnes, L. G., Ashmore, HI. 
Campbell, E. S., Caynga, Ind. 
Campbell, W. L., Oeorgetown, 111. 
Dehl, Emanuel, West York, 111. 
Deverick, Thomas, Moonshine, '111. 
Wagganian, Chas., Humriek, 111. 

Candidates : 
Bailitt; T. C, We.st York, 111. 
Tavlor, .Samuel, Rardin, 111. 
Whitloek, C. I., Georgetown, 111. 
York, Perry, Janesville, 111. 

37. GEORGIA. 

Ministers : 
Grittith, W. U., Sherman Heights, Tenn. 
Hanibright, A. R. T., Cohutta, Ga. 
Henry, S. H., Sumach, Ga. 
Losso'n, R. F., Cleo, Tenn. 
Mann, A. J., Stated Clerk, Cove Citv, Ga. 
Miller, J. IL, Coulterville, Tenn. 
Smith, .1. B. K., Columbus, Ga. 
Willhoite, J. B., Apison, Tenn. 

Licentiates : 
Mason, R. L., Cecilton, Tenn. 
Ritchev, .lohn T., Sherman Heights, Tenn. 
Wilhoi"te, T. M., Apison, Tenn. 

Candidate : 
Bryden, C. E., Cedar Grove, Ga. 

38. GREENVILLE. 

Ministers : 
Armor, J. J., Carrollton, Texas. 
Ballew, J. W., Point, Texas. 
Bone, H. F., D.D., (Jreenville, Texas. 
Crutcher, G. W., Black .Jack Grove, Texas. 
Gibbons, W. A., Black Jack Crrove, Texas. 
Mead, J. W., Sulphur .Springs, Texas. 
Moore, D. J., Sulphur Springs, Texas. 
Moore, D. F., Wieland. Texas. 
Nicholson, J. (t., Greenville, Texas. 
Ragau, J. W., Donuelton, Texas. 
Stephens, B. F., Black Jack Grove, Texas. 
Vick, L. F., Mt. Vernon, Texas. 
Young, H. F., Stated Clerk, .Sulphur .Springs, 
Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Aikin, W. M., Black Jack (rrove, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Roach, J. H., Lone Oak, Texas. 

39. GREGORY. 
Ministers : 
Baker, B H., Montague, Texas. 
Baker, W. R., Montague, Texas. 
Basham, (i. W., Henrietta, Texas. 
Browning, S. A., .lacksboro, Texas. 
Bryant, .S. A., Jolly, Texas. 

Donu^ihue, J. J , , . 

Elder, J. A., Alvord, Texas. 
Forgy, M. A., Archer City, Texas. 
Franklin, W. H., Blue Cfrove, Texas. 



Gregory, W. J., Chico, Texas. 
Hester, Cf. P., Bowie, Texas. 
Hines, J. C, Veal's Station, Texiis. 
Morris, W. A., .Salona, Texas. 

Needham, J. O., , . 

Proctor, F. M., Alvord, Texas. 
Reid, J. W., Salona, Texas. 
Small, .1. M., Bowie, Texas. 
Stautield, J. T., Chico, Texas. 
Walker, W. C, Newport, Texas. 
I Walker, W. J., Stated Clerk, Newport, Texas. 
Wayner, J. E., , . 

Licentiates : 
Franklin, J. T., Veal Station, Texas. 
Grey, Wm., Chico, Texas. 
Norwood, C. W. C, Chico, Texas. 

Candidates : 

Couch, W. S., , . 

Jones, J. L., , . 

Jones, J. W., Pella, Texas. 
Tallent, G. A., Bellvue, Texas. 

40. GREER COUNTY. 
Ministers : 
Hud.son. William, Frazer, Oklahoma Ter. 
McAnallv, W. A., Martha, Oklahoma Ter. 
Neel, E. T., Altus, Oklahoma Ter. 
I Townsend, M. IL, Warren, Mo. 
Zinn, J. A., Warren, Oklahoma Ter. 
Ruling Elder G. A. Fink, Navajoe, Oklahoma, 
Ter. 
Licentiate : 
Simsous, P. W., Mangum, Oklahoma Ter. 

I Candidate : 

i Samson, J. A., Mangum, Oklahoma Ter. 
I 

I 41. GUADALUPE. 

Ministers : 

Barker, W. W., , — . 

Boone, J. D., Itasca, Texas. 

Bradley, C. J., Fentress, Texas. 

Brown, .James, , . 

Comer, a. A., Center Point, Texas. • 

i Edmiston, M. J., , . 

Friar, W. .S., Yorktown, Texas. 

Goldeu, Geo., , . 

Hodges, J. J., Wrighlsboro, Texas. 

Ingram, J. C. W., Varrizo .Springs, Texas. 

Leach, T. A., Moulton Institute, Texas. 

Moody, E. E., Stated Clerk, San Antonio, Tex 

Renick, A. R., Stayden, Texas. 

.Schwab, J. W., Hochheim, Texas. 
Licentiate : 

Middleton, H. E., Manchaea, Texas. 
Candidates : 

Ander.son, F. E., Tehucana, Texas. 

Elder, M. P., Tehuacana, Texas. 

42. GUTHRIE. 
Ministers : 
Bennett, H. M., Whitesboro, Texas. 
Brewer, W. L., Pilot Point. Texas. 
Cunningham, W. F., Pilot Point, Texas. 
I>awson, W. B., Decatur, Texas. 
De Witt, D C, Denton, Texas. 
Edwards, T. J., Rosston, Texas. 
Haynes, John. Denton, Texas. 
Hodges, C. B., Sandusky, Texas. 
Holland, H. J., Montague, Texas. 
Jarrell. C. N., Whitesboro, Texas. 
Jolly, I. v., Decatur, Texas. 
Julian, J. A., Pilot Point, Texas. 
Mitchell, D. L., Forestburg, Texas. 
Molloy, R. W., Gainesville, Texas. 
Moore, J. J., Stated Clerk, Lewisville, Texas. 
Philips, L. C, Marysville, Texas. 
Rippetoe, A., Watauga, Texas. 
Russell, C. A., Early, Texas. 
Sharp, H M., Aguas Calientes, Mexico. 
Stanfield, R. W., Aurora, Texas. 



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Licentiates : 
Chaffin, J. W., Muenster, Texas. 

Moore, W. E., , Texas. 

Eutledge, W. C, Forestburg, Texas. 

Candidate.s : 
Crandall, W. M., , Texas. 



Grafton, N. F., Athens, Ala. 
Jones, J. J., Mary.sville, Texas. 
Kelly, Wni., Gainesville, Texas. 
Means, J. T., Pella, Texas. 
Taylor, B. J., Pella, Texas. 
Tucker, P. D., Gainesville, Texas. 



43. HOPEWELL. 
Ministers : 
Bullington, J. R., Martin, Tenn. 
Cannon, T. W., Stated Clerk, McKenzle, Tenn. 
Crofford, T. F., McKenzie, Tenn. 
Cunningham, R. M., Big Sandy, Tenn. 
Davison, J. O., Paris, Tenn. 
Duncan, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Tenn. 
Ford, F. H., Humboldt, Tenn. 
Foust, Allen, Sharon, Tenn. 
Fowler, J. H., Como, Tenn. 
Grier, T. A., Bradford, Tenn. 
Holder, W. J., Hutto, Texas. 
Hopkins, N. T., Milan, Tenn. 
Johnson, H. C, (ileason, Tenn. 
Keaton, J. A., Atwood, Tenn. 
McDaniel, J. W., McKenzie, Tenn. 
Mclhvaiu, D., Trenton, Tenn. 
Mitchell, B. G., Greenfield, Tenn. 
Newberry, W. C, Gleason, Tenn. 
Nichols, G. W., Big Sandy, Tenn. 
Oaklev, Geo. M., Huntingdon, Tenn. 
Patterson, R. T., McKenzie, Tenn. 
Keed, H. R., Dyer, Tenn. 
Scruggs, B. C, Camden Tenn. 
Wilson, R. A. X., Milan, Tenn. 
Wyatt, S. M., Martin, Tean. 

Licentiates : 
Cribbs, C. F"., McKenzie, Tenn. 
Pittman, Richard, McKenzie, Tenn. 
Steele, I. L., Humboldt, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Allen, Thomas. McKenzie, Tenn. 
Allen, C. J., McKenzie, Tenn. 
McConnell, O. B., Bradford, Tenn. 
Murphv, E. B., Dresden. Tenn. 
Stribbling, R. B., Whitthorne, Tenn. 



44. ILLINOIS. 
Ministers : 
Allen, John, Stated Clerk, Raura, 111. 
Broadwav, F. P., Raum, 111. 
Collins, W. L., Brownsville, 111. 
Davidson, J. T., Eddvville, 111. 
Hill, J. A., Raum, III. 
Hollowav, T. B.. Eddvville, 111. 
Hutchison, C. W., Bloomtield, 111. 
Mangum, B. (t., Anna, 111. 
May, G. W., Anna, III. 
Pryor, R. M., Uniouville, 111. 
Thompson, J. C, Golconda, 111. 
Whiteside, J. B., (Joreville, 111. 

Licentiate: 
Cox, J. C, Eddyville, 111. 
Whiteside, J. A., Goreville, 111. 

Candidates : 
Fain, George, Vienna, 111. 
Provow, Wm., Lick Creek, 111. 
Ramsey, Richard, Eddyville, 111. 



4.5. INDIANA. 
Ministers : 
Bergen, A. G., Nashville, Tenn. 
Clark, N. W., Union, Ind. 
Cockrum, M. C, Boonvilje, Ind. 
Crawford, W. B., Oakland City, Ind. 
Darby, AV. J., D.D., Evansville, Ind. 
Gillesjne, M. L., Patoka, Ind. 
Gold, J. D., Newburgh, Ind. 
Harri.son, S. L., Vincennes, Ind. 
Jenkins, J. E., Princeton, Ind. 
Kelso, A. H.. Princeton, Ind. 
McClure, T. S., Oaktown, Ind. 
McLean, E. G., D.D., Evansville, Ind. 
Murray, W. M., Owensville, Ind. 
Riley, J. L., Cynthiana, Ind. 
Thoiuas, Ephraim, Oakland City, Ind. 
Wellburn, Chas. B., .Stated Clerk, Evansville, 

Ind. 
Yates, Alonzo, Monroe City, Ind. 
Yates, H. Clay, D.D., Vincennes, Ind. 
Yokley, I. N., Petersburgh, Ind. 

Licentiates : 
Fisher, R. B,, Patoka, Ind. 
Gregorv, Joseph, Patoka, Ind. 
Perry, E. R., New York City, N. Y. 

Candidates : 
Collins, William, Hazleton, Ind. 
Goodall, A. .S. Oakland City, Ind. 
Krieg, Stanlev M,, Rumble, Ind. 
Mahr, W. C.,"Lincolu, 111. 
McCov, C. I)., Vincennes, lud. 
Medcalf, T. C, Dale, Ind. 
Neely, W. S., Hazleton, Ind. 
Wilson, Elmo, Oakland City, Ind. 



46. IOWA. 
Ministers : 
Johnson, F. M., Stated Clerk, Pleasant Grove 

Iowa. 
Lathom, Jo.sephus, Moravia, Iowa. 
Moore, M. E., West Grove, Iowa. 
Smith, E. B., Mt. Hamil, Iowa. 



47. JOHN BUCHANAN. 
Ministers : 
Cowan, W. F., Pangbern, Ark. 
Feemster, S. K., Conway, Ark, 
Fortner, J- B., Settlement, Ark. 
La Force, G. W., Stated Clerk, Conway, Ark. 
Myatt, E., Romance, Ark. 
Smith, J. W., Enders, Ark. 
.Smith, W. R., Floyd, Ark. 
Smith, .1. M., Pangbern Ark. 
Vaughan, R. P., Quitman, Ark. 



48. KANSAS. 
Ministers : 
Alexander, .7. H., Chanute, Kansas. 
Ashmore, E. L., Pomona, Kansas. 
Boaz, E. C, Hillsdale, Kansas. 
Jolly, A., Fort Scott, Kansas. 
Low'rance, J. R., Topeka, Kansas. 
Means, W. C, Neal, Kansas. 
Moore, F. M., Wagstaff, Kansas. 
Sherar, R. H., Paola, Kansas. 
Spencer, Wm., Stated Clerk, Longton, Kansas. 
Watts, B., Longton, Kansas. 

Licentiates : 
Headen, E. V., Pomona. Kansas. 
Orsbourn, J. S., Wellsville, Kansas. 

Candidates : 
Berryhill, Benj., Pomona, Kansas. 
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49. KENTUCKY. 
Ministers : 
Beck, L. D., Winchester, Ky. 
Bonta, E. E., Jetfersontowii, Kv. 
Clark, C. B., Winchester, Ky. 
Gilliam, J. C, Perry ville, Ky. 
Hambliu, N. C, Liberty, Ky. 
Maepherson, C. G., Louisville, Ky. 
McKaiuy. J. A., Louisville, Ky. 
Xuiin, S'. G., Danville, Kv. 
Ruling Elder J. S. Coke, Stated Clerk, 
McBrayer, Ky. 



50. KING. 

Ministers : 
Alexander, S. L., Hackett, Ark. 
Boatwrighl, J. S., Hartshorn, I. T. 
Burt, J. is., Charleston, Ark. *" 
Goddard, Peter, Sugar Loaf, Ark. 
Hogan, S. L., Stated Clerk, Charleston, Ark. 
Kalmever, J. H., New Florence, ^lo. 
Lish, .f. S., Cecil, Ark. 
McElvain,S. H., Fort Smith, Ark. 
McNabb, N. B., Huntington, Ark. 

Licentiate : 
Logau, W. T., Cavaual, I T. 

Candidate : 

Joues, S. N., Hackett, Ark. 



51. KIRKSVILLE. 

Ministers : 
Bell, J. W., Callao, Mo. 
Burns, G. N., Energy, Mo. 
Herdnian, W. C, Lurav, Mo. 
Johnston, W. H., La Plata, Mo. 

Latimer, J. B., , . 

McDowell, H. M., Kahoka. Mo. 
McKnight, J. M., Stated Clerk, KirksviUe.Mt 
Mitchell, J. B., D.D., Kirksville, Mo. 
Nason, W. P., Kirksville, Mo. 
Sharp, (t. W., Kirksville, Mo. 
Whitehead, Redmond, Macon, Mo. 
Whitehead, Chas. H., Marshall, Mo. 
Williams, R. A., Memphis, Mo. 
Winn, John, Sue City, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Banister, H. M., Memphis, Mo. 
Johnston. A. D., La Plata, Mo. 
Reagen, T. (i., Kirksville, Mo. 
Rosenberger, Geo. M., Memphis. Mo. 

Candidates : 
Clark, Harrv O., La Plata, Mo. 
Fletcher, David E., Callao. Mo. 
Jenkins, (ieo. F., Atemphis, Mo. 
Reynolds, E. R., Kirksville, Mo. 
Shepherd, R. L., La Plata, Mo. 



52. KNOXVILLE. 
Ministers : 
Conner, J. C, Brakebill, Tenn. 
Dunlap, W. R., Yirtue, Tenn. 
Dyer, H. F., Miser, Tenn. 
Fitzgerald, P. M., Knoxville, Tenn. 
F'ryar, S. P., Greenback, Tenn. 
Henry, ,T. H., Lawnville, Tenn. 
Hicks, J. P., Morganton, Tenn. 
Hunt, M. A., McGhee, Tenn. 
Kerr, D. M., Morganton, Tenn. 
Longbottom, J. A., Eb='nezer, Tenn. 
Lowrv, J. H., Kincaid, Tenn. 
Ritter, J. C, Ewing, Tenn. 
Silvius, G. H., Loudon, Tenn. 
Sloop, M. L., Athens, Tenn. 
Wright, C. J., Pattie's Gap, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder J. W. Boyd, Stated Clerk, Con- 
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Licentiates : 
Boatman, G. C, Ewing, Tenn. 
Carlock, I. D., Riceville, Tenn. 
Crawford, J. S. B., Oliver Springs.'Tenn. 
Richmond, M. R., Wheat, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Everett, C. H., Mabel, Tenn. 
Reavio, G. T., Grassy Cove, Tenn. 

53. LEBANON. 

Ministers: 
Alexander, J. L., Stated Clerk, Nashville 

Tenn. 
Allison, J. A., Jordonia, Tenn. 
Alloway, J. B., Nashville, Tenn. 
Binklev, R. W., Nashville, Tenn. 
Blake, T. C, D.D., Nashville, Tenn, 
Burnev, H. L., Clarksville, Tenn. 
Dale, W. T., Gallatin, Tenn. 
Davis, Joel E., LaGuardo, Tenn. 
DeWitt, M. B., D.D., Springfield, Mo. 
Donnell, J. T., Athens, Texas. 
Flaniken, F. P., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Foreman, J. A., Greenbrier, Tenn. 
Foster, R. Y., D.D., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Gill, N. F., Nashville, Tenn. 
Griffin, S. M., Whites Creek, Tenu. 
Henrv, J. R., East End, Pittsburg, Pav 
Holmes, W. B., Gallatin, Tenn. 
Howard, J. M., D.D., Nashville, Tenn. 
Hubbert, J. M., D.D., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Johnson, W. .\., Bellsburgh, Tenn. 
King, F. Z., Nashville, Tenn. 
King, W. J., lA^banou, Tenn. 
Kirkes, L. C. , Lebanon, Tenn. 
Kirkpatrick, J. D., D.D., Lebanon, Tena 
Kittrell, J. S., Gordonsville, Tenn. 
Landrith, Ira, Nashville, Tenn. 
I.iudslcv, J. B., D.D., Nashville, Tenn. 
Manly, A. II., Goodlettsville, Tenn. 
-McUaughev, E. P., I^'banon, Tenn. 
Marshall, H. H., Goodlettsville, Tenn. 
Marshall, .lames, Franklin, Tenn. 
Mount, J. W., Clarksville, Tenn. 
Patton, R. F., Springfield, Tenn. 
Pearson, R. G., D.D., Asheville, N. C. 
Porter, S. T., Springfield, Tenn. 
Provine, J. C, D.D., Columbia, Tenn. 
Rodgers, W. T., Nashville, Tenn. 
Rye, J. J., Clarksville, Tenn. 
.Skiles, E. R., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Smith, J. H., Parham, Tenn. 
Steele, I. D., Nashville, Tenn. 
Suddarth, W. W., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Taylor, S. A., Franklin, Tenu. 

Licentiates : 
Doak, J. A., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Harris, J. R., Lebanon, Tenn. 
McDonnold, Reed, Lebanon, Tenn. 

Candidates: 
Alexander, B. G., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Bruce, Walter, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Chandler, R. E., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Darbv, W. L., Evansville, Ind. 
Dickson, H. P., Wortham, Tenn.. 
Hankins, (i. W., Grant, Tenn. 
Oaklev, Joseph, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Padgett, W. F., Lebanon, Tenu. 
Quah, Gam Sing, Lebanon, Tenn. 

54. LEXINGTON. 
Ministers: 
Baitv, G. P., Westport, Mo. 
Barr, C. J., Chalk Level, Mo. 
Bernard, Taylor, Clinton, Mo. 
Blair, R. D.,"BIae Springs, Mo. 
Blair, W. D., Butler, Mo. 
Bowers, E. T., D.D., Kansas City, Mo. 
Dalton, J. G., Pink Hill, Mo. 
Givens, S. D., Warrensburg, Mo. 
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Kiug, S. F., WaneusliiUK, Mo. 
Littrell, J. C, Waviensburg, Mo. 
Lowrauce, J. B., Iiulepeiideuce, Mo. 
Mathis, G. W., WaiTeii.slmig, Mo. 
McClunev, P., Holdei), Mo. 
Mitchell, J. W., Hanisonville, Mo. 
Moad, G. L., Belton, Mo 
Mock, Z. H. C, Warrenslnirg, Mo. 
Moone, A. A., Wellington, Mo. 
Morrow, J. W., Westport, Mo. 
Orr, Z. T., BlairstowD, Mo. 
Piper, J. H., Independence, Mo. 
Poteet, J. A., Foster, Mo. 
Read, W. M , Brownington, Mo. 
Kice, T. B., Knob Xoster, Mo. 
Rudolph, W. D.. Shell City, Mo. 
Russell, Frank, Centerview, Mo. 
Tharp, .7. H., Ode.^sa, Mo. 
Thornton, J. C, Warrcnshurg, Mo. 
Thomas, B. F., Post Oak, Mo. 
Vanausdol, A., Chapel Hill, Mo. 
Walker, W. A., Fieenian, Mo. 
Walkup, S. J., Montrose, Mo. 
Ward, R. B., Independence, Mo. 
Whitsett, Y. W., Stated Clerk, Warren.stuirg, 
Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Berry, Chas. L., Kansas City, Mo. 
Engel. Jessie C, Centreview, Mo. 
Gordon, W. B. , Warrensburg, Mo. 
Lanji)ton, T. A., >rontrose, Mo. 
Leinbach, S. I'., Kansas City, Mo. 
Miller, Jno. W., Luwerv City, Mo. 
Sharp, C. H., Butler, Mo. 
Sharp, L. C, Butler, Mo. 
Sidenstricker, Y., Odessa, Mo. 
Williams, S. F., Clinton, Mo. 
W^orley, J. C, Odessa, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Barnett, Peyton, Westport, Mo. 
Sherman, R". E., Independence, Mo. 
Steel, Jas. N., Foster, Mo. 
West, Jas. G., Kingsville, Mo. , 

or,. LITTLE RIVER. 

Ministers : 
Atkinson, A., Center City, Texas. 
Beasley, J. W.. Salado, Texas. 
Bowmer, B. E., Burnet, Texas. 
Brundage, J. S., Lampasas, Texas. 
Causey, T. S., Detroit, Texa.s. 
Hudson, Jcjhn, Stat. Cl'k, Round Rock, Texas. 
Kerr, J. B., Davilla, Texa.s. 
Lockett, .S. C, Hutto, Texas. 
McFarland, S. L., Burnet, Texa.s. 
McQuo»n,J. E., Taylor, Texas. 
Piercy, William, Liberty Hill, Texas. 
Roberts, C. B., Xolanvilie. Texas. 
Stinnett, J. W., Gatesvlle, Texa.s. 

Licentiates : 
Burkes, H. H., Lampasas, Texas. 
Diltz, R. E., Tehaucana, Texas. 
Speegle, E. H., Taylor, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Morton, JL A., Burnet, Texas. 

.5G. LOGAN. 
Ministers: 
Adair, R. F., Smith's Grove, Ky. 
Cavett, R. B., Sonierville, Tenn. 
Clarke, J. E., .Stated Clerk, Russellville, Ky. 
Haden, W. J., Auburn, Kv. 
Hill, J. L., Gallatin, Tenii. 
Huflines, E. A., Franklin, Ky. 
Kimberlin, M. H., Morgantown, Kv. 
McDavitt, X., Rockfield, Kv. 

Moser, R. L. , . . 

Norris, R. W.. Little Muddv, Kv. 
Perkins, W. H., Rocktield, Ky." 
Read, M. E., Auburn, Ky. 



Russell, C. C, Franklin. Ky. 
Sadler, S. A., Auburn, Ky. 
Shannon, T. .1., Auburn, Ky. 
Smith, yi. M., Bowling Green, Ky. 
Stephens, J. V., Bowling Green, Ky. 
Witt, C. W., New Roe, Ky. 

Licentiate : 
Foulks, F. M., Lebanon, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Ausbrooks, T. D., Perdue, Tenn. 
Costelow, V. B., Auburn, Ky. 
Taylor, Andrew J., Auburn, Ky. 

57. LOUISIANA. 

Ministers: 
Bass, \V. H., Athens, La. 
Clanipitt, G. N., Arcadia, La, 
Clampitt, F. A., Athens, La. 
Davis, J. C, Alpha, La. 
Howard, S. D., Stated Clerk, Alpha, La. 
Moore, T. H., Hanesville, La. 
Randall, T. ii , Cook, La. 

Licentiates : 
Lyles, .1. W., Armstead, La. 

Candidates: 
Hines, W. N. C, Golddaruer, La. 
Tooke, K. P., Ringgold, La. 

.58. MACKINAW. 

Ministers : 
Forbes, J. M., Reason, 111. 
fiarvin, S. W., Midland Citv, HI. 
Harris, W. B., Mackinaw, 111. 
Keown, C. G., Lincoln, III. 
Latham, E. L., Bloomington, 111. 
Lawrence, B. F., Danvers, 111. 
Mor]»hjs, J. H., .Stated Clerk, Grand Ridge, 111 
Tinnon, R. M., D.D., Lincoln, 111. 
White, J. G., D.D., Stanford, 111. 
Willingham, G. D., Stanford, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Gould, F. L., Lincoln, 111. ' 
Latham, H. L., Bloomington, 111. 
Oglevee, W. (i., 1060 N. Halstead St., Chicago 
HI. 

Candidate : 
Garst, F. L., .Stanford, 111. 

59. MADISON. 

Ministers : 
Bell, T. C, Huron, Tenn. 
Black, R. W., Center Point, Tenn. 
Blankenship, D. W., Coffee Landing, Tenn. 
Carmon, J. <t.. Falcon, Tenn. 
Crawford, W. H., Saulsburv, Tenn. 
Dcason, 1). R., Parson, s Flat, Tenn. 
Dickev, II. L., Falcon, Tenn. 
Estell" R. C, Toons, Tenn. 
Gossett, A. M. C, -Ktuaville, Tenn. 
Matlock, C. N., White Fern. Tenn. 
McCutchen, J. F., Whiteville, Tenn, 
Moorman, R. A. A., Hickory Valley, Tenn. 
McGee. T. IL, Henderson, Tenn. 

McMahon, W. S.. , . 

Mulder, T. L., Purdv, Tenn. 
Norment, W. M., Whiteville, Tenn. 
Philli])s, S. R., .lackson, Tenn. 
Smith, T. N., Sardis, Tenn. 
Webb, W. M., Juno, Tenn. 
Williams, W. J., Falcon, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder S. A. Mitchell, Stated Clerk, 
Jack.son, Tenn. 

Licentiate : 
Cochran, L. C, Hender.son, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Adams, J. H., Lexington, Tenn. 
.Swaim, W. T., Bethel Springs, Tenn. 



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60. iMARSHALL. 

Ministers: 
Allen, \V. M., .Stated Clerk, Marshall, Texas 
A'.leu. Wm. B., Lougview, Texa.s. 
Chadick, fS. R., <iiluier, Texas. 
Dobson, T. V., Hughes Springs, Texas. 
Dunn, F. P.. Marshall, Texas. 
Farr, \V. B., D.D., Marshall, Texas. 
Glass, W. S., Hughes Sjirings, Texas. 
Gamewell, I. L., Lodi, Tjxas. 
Hood, J. T., Daingertield, Texa.s. 
Keasler, E. H., Atlanta, Texas. 
Lackev, W. J., Toxarkaua, Texas. 
McLeinore, Y. L., Bright Star, Ark. 
Moridiis, M. M., Lougview, Texas. 
Kesbitt, F. Z., Marshall. Texas. 
Rilev, P. M., Jeftersou, Texas. 
Willis, A. P., Daingertield, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Head. W. H., Hutlines, Texas. 
Mori)his. W. J., Longview, Texas. 
Reid, W. R., Texarkana, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Stausberry, MtClure, Longview, Texas. 

(il. MAYFIELD. (1802.) 
Ministers : 
An<lrew, W. >L, Wiiigo, Ky. 
Black, J. D., Padiicah, Ky. 
Black, William. Lovelaceville, Ky. 
Bovd, R. ^\'., Roscoe, Ky. 
Edwards, J. E., Water Valley, Ky. 
Fitzgerald, P. M., Maytield, Ky. 
Galbrcath, .1. H., Maytield, Ky, 
(irithn, S. M., Wingo, Ky. 
Hughes, J. >L, Water Valley, Ky. 

.Tones, M. D., , ■ 

Kennedy, C. G., Wingo, Ky. 
King, J. v., AVingo, Ky. 
Kirkiiatrick, ,T. D., Sharp, Ky. 
Radford, S. M., Coldwater, Ky. 
Rice, L. CMassack. Ky. 
Rudolph, W. I>., Paducah, Ky. 
Walston, W. D., Wadesboro, Ky. 
Webb, J. G., Mavtield, Ky. 
Ruling Elder D. P. Coulter, Stated Clerk 
Maytield, Ky. 

Licentiates : 
Coulter, D. P., Maytield, Ky. 
Overby, E. R., Lebanon. Teiin. 
Smith", Dawson, Maytield, Ky. 

Candidates : 
King, J. H., Wingo, Ky. 

Rudolph. Samuel, , • 

Winstead, W. S., McKenzie, Tenu. 
Yates, C. A., McKenzie, Tcnn. 

()2. McGEE. 

Ministers : 
Bacon, J. T., Marshall, Mo. 
Baker, T. AV., Stated Clerk, Moberly, Mo. 
B?rrv, H. AV., College Mound, Mo. 
Bonliam, K. M.. New Franklin, Mo. 
Buchanan, A. M., Moberly, Mo 
Craven, J. K , Huntsville, Mo. 
Halliburton, .T. T., .Taeksonville, Mo. 
Havnes, Levi, Cairo, Mo. 
Haynes, F E., Cairo, Mo. 
Logan, S. D., Macon, Mo. 
Mauidn, R. S., Mike, Mo. 
McPherson, S. A.. Marsaline, Mo. 
Pattou, M. C, Marsaline, Mo. 
Pollock, Frank, New Bloomtield, Mo. 
Pool, T. G., College Mound, Mo. 
Routt, .1. L., Moberly, Mo. 
Sears, H. AV., Moberly, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Foster, H A., College Mound, Mo. 
McCurry,C. E., Salisbury, Mo. 



Candidates : 
Adams, S. B., Atoberly, Mo. 
Buchanan, C. E., Moberly, Mo. 
Harlan, Alonno, Rolling Home, Mo. 
Todd, Thomas, Marshall, Mo. 

68. McGREADY. 

Ministers : 
Beaver, W. C, Stated Clerk, Center Star, Ala. 
Finch, B. E., Pleasant Site, Ala. 
Fulks, J. T., Rogersville, Ala. 
Gannon, .L AV., Moulton, Ala. 
McConuell, S. P., Arthur, Ala. 
Pickens, Rome, Mount Hope, Ala. 
AVhitman, J. P., Belgrecn, Ala. 

Candidates: 
Perry, E. A., Lexington, Ala. 
Simpson. Paul, Center Star, Ala. 
Tucker, G. L., Mount Hope, Ala. 
AVeemes, J. A., Center Star, Ala. 

64. MtLIN. 

Ministers : 
Depenbroek, B., Salem, 111. 
Dillon, AV. A., luka, HI. 
Gaston, M. C, Stated Clerk, A'audalia, 111. 
Gerard, \\. N., Kinmundy, 111. 
Green, G. AV., .Shobonier, 111. 
Hathaway, J. F., Vernon, 111. 
Hugart - — . Spring Garden, 111. 
Irwin, .1. A., luka. 111. 
Morrison. M. A., Blucford, 111. 
Rea, S. L., Fairtield, 111. 
Sprowls, J. P., D.D., Salem, 111. 
AVykotI, J. M., Kinmundy, 111. 

Licentiates: 

Fultou, .1. L., , 

Gerard, A. B., Shobonier, 111. 
Irwin, Max, luka. 111. 

Go. McMINNVILLE. 
Ministers : 
Alsup, A. H., A'esta, Teirn. 
Crawford, W. S., Smithville, Tenn. 
Davis. Samuel, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Dishnian, .1. W.. Lebanon, Tenn. 
Dwyer, J. B., Dibrell, Tenn. 
Jackson, J. B., Lebanon, Tenn. 
King, Ira AV., Alexandria, Tenn. 
Lanham, H. J., Cainsville, Tenn. 
Lewis, AV. C, Smithville, Tenn. 
Loughry, J. N., Lascassas, Tenn. 
Fatten, .Ino. F., Statesville, Tenn. 
Tatum, A. C, Burt, Tenn 
Thompson, I. L., Youngblood, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder H. H. Norman, Stated Clerk, 
Murfreesboro, Tenu. 

Licentiates : 
Buchanan, Thos., Jr., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Lewis, Lemuel J., Lebanon, Tenn. 
McAdoo, AValter V., Lebanon, Tenn. 
AV alter, F. G., Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Alsup, Juo. H., Henderson's Cross Roads, 

Tenn. 
Thompson, M. L., Lebanon, Tenn. 

66. MEMPHIS. 
Ministers : 
Burrow, A. G., Brunswick, Tenn. 
Codv. R. A., Arlington, Tenu. 
Flaniken, R B., Gainesville, Tenn. 
Hall, T. E., Arlington, Teun. 
Humphries, AV. F., AVilliston, Tenn. 
Jones, H. A., Memphis, Tenu. 
Latta, J. L., Gainesville, Tenn. 
McClunev, J. S., I'riel, Tenu. 
McGaughev, J. F., Arlington, Tenn. 
Parnell, AV. H., Brighton, Tenn. 
Ramsev, H. B., Ramsev, Tenn. 
Rav, H. J., Cuba, Tenn. 



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Zelner, M., Hickory Withe, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder J. A. Murray, Stated Clerk, 
Memphis, Teun. 
Candidates : 
Street, L. A., Munford, Teun. 

67. MIAMI. 
Ministers: 
Best, James, Westerville, Ohio. 
Holtsinger, .S. K., D.D., West Chester, Ohio. 
Morris, J. R., Covington, Ohio. 
.Silveus, W. F., D.D., Stated Clerk, Lebanon, 
Ohio. 
Licentiate : 
Wood, M. E., Lebanon, Ohio. 

68. MI.SSISSIPPI. 

Ministers : 
Ashmore, S. C, Harperville, Miss. 
Bailev, E., .Sebastopol, Miss. 
Kelly, W. H., Smyrna, Miss. 
McBi-yde, A. M., Harperville, Miss. 
Milling, .1. M., fJleaner, Miss. 
Milliug, D. N., Davis, Miss. 
Ravrls, Ed., Seba.>itopol, Miss. 
Ruling Elder C. B. Hoddon, .Stated Clerk, 
Harperville, Mi.ss. 

Licentiates: 
Green, A. R., Davis, Miss. 
Hanna, J. M., CofFeedeliah, Miss. 

Candidates : 
Freeman, C S., Harperville, Miss. 
Green, W. I., Sebastopol, Miss. 
Kelly, W. D., , . 

•69. MORGAN. 

Ministers : 
Hadlock, J. B., Stated Clerk, Groveland, lud. 
Jackson, W. H., Ireland, Ind. 
Medcalf, A. L.. Portersville, Ind. 
Myers, I. H., Dale, lud. 
Steen, H. W., Klk-ttsviUe, Ind. 
Wright, E. M. Washington, Ind. 

Licentiates: 
Bouher, E. J., Glendale, Ind. 
Cooper, G. C, Bloonifield, Ind. 

Candidates : 
Arthur, E., Glendale, Ind. 
Carpenter, H. W., Otwell, Iml. 
Hicks, J. R., Lyons, Ind. 
Meade, E. E., Washington, Ind. 
Robinson, M., Velpen, Ind. 

70. MOUND PRAIRIE. 

Ministers : 
Baggarly, .1. E., Ben Lomond, Ark. 
Browning, D. W., Arkadelphia, Ark. 
Carter, G. W., Hearn, Ark. 
Dooley, W. E. , Lockesburg, Ark. 
Fitzgerald, W. A., Alpine, Ark. 
Marbury, P.H., .Stated Clerk, Clayton, Ark. 
Sossamon, D. J., Cove, Ark. 
Sos.samon, P. A., Cove, Ark. 
Shinn, J. W., Locksburg, Ark. 
Sullivan, W. T., Bentonville, Ark. 
Tally, C. IL, Nashville, Ark. 
Thurman, W. T., Prescott, Ark. 
Wright, Austin, Rocky Comfort, Ark. 
Young, R. T., Jordan Brook, Ark. 

Licentiates : 

Chauncey, A. W., , . 

Richardson, T. J., , . 

Williams, M. D., Emmett, Ark. 
Wright, J. B., , . 

71. MUSKINGUM. 
Ministers : 
Archer, W. G., Cumberland, Ohio. 
Beard, R. J., Beverly, Ohio. 
Lowrev, Wni. D., .Stated Clerk, .Senecaville, 
Ohio. 



Licentiate : 
McVicker, H. G., Billings, Ohio. 



72. NEBRASKA. 

Ministers: 
Green, J. B., D.D., Nebraska City, Neb. 
Johnston, B. J., Howe, Neb. 
Perry, W. O. H., .Stated Clerk, Dunbar, Neb. 

Candidate : 
Davis, E. P., Union, Neb. 



7.3. NEOSHO. 

Ministers: 
Clark, J. F., Avilla, Mo. 
Collins, D. A., Southwest City, Mo. 
Duff, W. H., Neosho, Mo. 
Dunham, J. J., Ritchey, Mo. 
Gurley, A. K., Purdy, Mo. • 
.Jennings, William, .Sarcoxie, Mo. 
Johnson, A. B., Neosho, Mo. 
McCracken, E. W., Stated Clerk, Exeter, Mo. 
Miller, M. C, Pierce City, Mo. 
Pinkston, H., Verona, Mo. 
Reynolds, R. W., .Sarcoxie, Mo. 
Thomas, J. E., Brest, Mo. 

Candidate : 
Thomas, Eusebius .S., Carthage, Mo. 



74. NEW HOPE. 

Ministers : 
Baber. W. C, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Buntin, W. H., Brooksville.Miss. 
Ellis, J. A., .Starkville, Miss. 
Givens, S. J., Cairo, Miss. 
Halbert, R. IL, Bethany, Ala. 
Harris, A. C, Cedar Bluff, Mi.ss. 
Kectou, J. M., West Point, Miss. 
King, E. I)., Marion, Miss. 
lA-wis, R. W., .Mei-idian, Miss. 
McLeod, D., Brooksville, Mi.ss. 
Morris, E. E., West Point, Miss. 
Ross, W. C, Macon, Mi.ss. 
Sanders, R. H., Columbus, Miss. 
Wood, T. B., Stated Clerk, Columbus, Miss. 
Youughance, Ed., Columbus, Miss. 

Licentiate : 
Obanon, S. L., .Sturges, Miss. 

Candidates : 
Hilbum, Thos., Oxford, Mi.ss. 
Hytche, A. L., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



75. NEW LEBANON. 

Ministers : 
Black, W. H., D.D., Marshall, Mo. 
Tlagett. T. J., Marshall, Mo. 
Clemens, L. F., Marshall, Mo. 
Crockett, H. R., Slater, Mo. 
Crockett, Robert, Nelson. Mo. 
Guthrie, Oliver, Marshall, Mo. 
Kennedy, H. D., Bunceton, Mo. 
Logan, James, Otterville, Mo. 
Love. T. S., Marshall, Mo. 
Margeson, B., Marshall, Mo. 
Martin, James. Marshall, Mo. 
McBride, C. W., Marshall, Mo. 
McGlumphy, A. J., D. D., Marshall, Mo. 
Pearson, Alonzo, Stated < lerk, .Sedalia, Mo. 
Penick, Thos., Pilot Grove, Mo. 
Rea, P. G., Marshall, Mo. 
Robert.«on, J. E. F., Clark.sburg, Mo. 
Sharp, J. E., Marshall. Mo. 
Shaw, W. H., Marshall, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
.Schaeffer, J. R., Otterville. Mo. 
ZiiJimerman, W. F., Marshall, Mo. 



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Candidates : 
Baker, E. F., Marshall, Mo. 
Kahl, C. W., Marshall, Mo. 

76. NOLIN. 

Ministers : 
Bashaiu, W. A., Eveleigh, Ky. 
Bozarth, J. A., Hodgeusville, K.y. 
Bratcher, D. P., West Clifty, Ky. 
Crabtree, C. L., Aberdeen, Ky. 
Crabtree, J. C, Garfield, Ky. 
Eans, J. W., Hardin Springs, Ky. 
Etherton, T. W., Buttalo, Ky. 
Harned, J. I)., Sadler, Ky. 
Hook. H. C, Hardinsburg, Ky. 
Layman, Lafayette, Stated Cl'k, Millwood, Ky. 
Morris, G. E.,"Bewleyville, Ky. 
Richardson, Thiirraan, Ceeilian, Ky. 
Scott, S. D.,Stephensburg. Ky. 
St. Clair, G. W., Clifton Mills, Ky. 
Ward, J. S., Canevville, Ky. 
West, J. B., Buflaio, Kv. 
Wortham, W. E., West Clifty, Ky. 

Licentiates : 
Anderson, W. D., Caneyville, Ky. 
Ciimmings, John, Caneyville, Ky. 
Hawkins, E. K., Millerstown, Ky. • 
Haynes, J. B., Buras, Ky. 
Layman, J. W., Millerstown, Ky. 
Priest, Chas., Annetta, Ky. 
Priest, M. M., Annetta, Ky. 
Sturgeon, Lewis, liitchfield, Ky. 

Candidates : 
Basham, M. W., West View, Ky. 
Knott, Raphal, (iarfield, Ky. 
Ragland, J. B., >ragnolia, Ky. 
Terry, L. L., Big Clifty, Ky. 

77. OBION. 

Ministers : 
Ashburn, T., Dyerebiirg, Tenn. 
Braly, S. H., Kenton, Tenn. 
BrysDU, J. X., Rive.s, Tenn. 
Buchanan, T. S., Newbern, Tenn. 
Calhcniu, J. B., Obion, Tenn. 
Cude, F. M., Frieudshi]), Tenn. 
Davis, J. H., Friendship, Tenn. 
Dunlap, J. A., Newbern, Tenn. 
Farris, E. D., Troy, Tenn. 
Flowers, A. B., Dver, Tenn. 
Heudrix, E. W., trov. Tenn. 
Jones, J. H. W., 22:51 "Lucas ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Johnson, P. F., Trenton, Tenn. 
Kerr, E. O., Kenton, Tenn. 
Leonard, W. G., Newbern, Tenn. 
Liles, M., Union City, Tenn. 
McDonald, Jas. A., Union City, Tenn. 
Mcllwaiu, J. A., Troy, Tenn. 
McLeskey, Joe, Rives, Tenn. 
Mc Williams, E. L., Kulton, Ky. 
Needham, John, Trimble, Tenn. 
Paruell, J. H., Flii)pin, Tenn. 
Prichard, A. B., Rutherford, Tenn. 
Smith, J. F., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Stockton, J. T., Newbern, Tenn. 
Walker, J. M.. Kenton, Tenn 
Wavnick, D. T., Trov, Tenn. 
Ruling Elder J. W. Howell, Stated Clerk, 
Kenton, Tenn. 

Licentiates : 
Dickey, C. L., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Garrison, R. B., Protemus, Tenn. 
Holder, B. L., McKenzie. Tenn. 
Hinrichs, H. W., Tipton ville, Tenn. 
Hudson, W. R , Wild Cherry Tenn. 
Keathley, R. L., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Stockton, O. L., Kenton, Tenn. 
Zaricor, S. B., Waverly, Tenu. 

Candidate : 
Wright, J. E., Kenton, Tenn. 



78. OREGON. 

Ministers : 
Brown. C. I., Sodaville, Oregon. 
Brovles, I. M., Wilhoit, Oregon. 
Bryant, A. M., Dallas, Oregon. 
Crawford, W. C, Unversity Park, Portland, 

Oregon. 
Hickman, M., Lebanon, Oregon. 
Ingle, E. T, 31-5 W. Eugene St., Portland, 

Oregon. 
Jones, W. H., McMinnville, Oregon. 
McGee, W. V., S<xla ville, Oregon. 
Small, T. H., Silverton, Oregon. 
Templeton, J. C, Salem, Oregon. 
Thompson, E. E., Stated Clerk, Woodburu, 
Oregon. 

Licentiates : 
Thompson, Jas. M., Woodburn, Oregon. 
Williams, A. M., Albany, Oregon. 

Candidates : 
Renshaw, Jas., .Sodaville, Oregon. 
Whittle, R. G., Woodburn, Oregon. 
79. OUACHITA. 

Ministers : 
Anderson, J. E., Magnolia, Ark. 
Oaklev, J. C, Rosstnn, Ark. 
Pharr', E. W., Libertv, Ark. 
Reeves, G. W., Libertv, Ark. 
Ruling Elder J. J. Moodv, Stated Clerk, Mt. 
Holly. Ark. 

Licentiates : 
Epperson, M. B.. Clarksville, Ark. 
Hodge, A. C, Libertv, Ark. 
Kennedy, D. M., Mt. Moriah, Ark. 

80. OWENSBORO. 

Ministers : 
Browning, W. H.. Beech Grove, Ky. 
Crawford, J. R., Oweusboro, Ky. 
Dadisman, A. F., Knottsville, Ky. 
Newton, Frank, Beulab, Ky. 
Ritehev, S. J., Gatewood, Ky. 
Smith," Willis, Stated Clerk, Owensbc.ro, Ky. 
Winkler, W. S., Haynesville, Ky. 

Candidates : 
Clack. I. N., Blum, Te.xas. 
Duncan, F. W., Gatewood, Ky. 
Fry, George, Owen.sboro, Ky. 
Graves, E. W., Owensboro, Ky. 

81. OXFORD. 

Ministers : 
Baker. T. J., Stated Clerk, Lebanon, Tenu. 
Cooper, J. L.. D.D., Courtland, Miss. 
Crismau.'E. B., D.D., Days, Miss. 
Davis, R. AV., Lespidcza, Miss. 
Eshman, A. N., Oxford, Miss. 
Johnston, R. F., Water Valley, Miss. 
Morton, J. H., Oakland, Mi.ss". 
Pirtle. B. J., Pleasant Hill. Miss. 
Robinson, J. G., Pleasant Hill, Miss. 
Thomas, R. S., D.D., Cotteeville, Miss. 
Wiggiuton, T. A , Oxford, Miss. 

Licentiate : 
Holcomb, F. M., Lebanon, Tenu. 

Candidates : 
Cooper, F. M., Wallace, Miss, 
(ioodwin, J. S., Miller, Miss. 
82. OZARK. 

Ministers : 
Allen, C. J., Mariouville, Mo. 
Allen, E. N., Kansas Citv, Mo. 
Baker, E. E., Richards, Mo. 
Barnett, J. H., Seybert, Mo. 
Bell, John, Chesapeake, Mo. 
Brown, T. S., Greenfield, Mo. 
Clark, J. M.. Aldrich, Mo. 
Dauglatry, J. F., Lemoore, Cal. 
Harbour", G. F., Mount Vernon, Mo. 
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Jertfeis, G. T., Dunigaii, Mo. 

Jones, J. T., Dadeville. Mo. 

McMahan, C. G. L., Huiiian.sville, Mo. 

Murphy, J. A., Rockyille, Mn. 

Ritchey, J. W., Greenliekl, Mo. 

Russell, \V. R., Everton,Mo. 

Shaw, W. E., Golden City, Mo. 

Simpson, L. (i., Kevada, Mo. 

Stephens, W. H., Golden City, Mo. 

William.s, Jonathan, Aurora, Mo. 

Witherspoon, F. P., Stated Clerk, Mt. Vernon, 

Mo. 
Woods, D. N., Mt. Vernon, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Browne, J. R., Kind's Point, Mo. 

Clay pool, J. E., , . 

Ramsey, R. S., Greentield, Mo. 

Candidate : 
Lemon, J. B., , Mo. 

83. PARSONS. (189:5.) 

Ministers : 
Bullington, W. I., Peaster, Texas. 
Butler, B. V., Belknaj), Texas. 
Erwin, W. A., Veal's Station, Texas. 
Green, W. E., Veal's Station, Texas. 
Groves, J. B., Finis, Texas. 
Hollingsworth, A. E., Tehuaeana, Texas.* 
Howard, J. S., Weatherford, Texas. 
Kell, J. L., Veal's Station, Texas. . 
Langston, \V. J., Lipan, Texas. 
Martin, W. W., Veal's Station, Texas. 
McClellan, A. L., Stated Clerk, Willow Point 
Texas. 

Rushing, G. W., , . 

Rus.sell, Matt., Veal's Station, Texas. 

Spann, G. C, , . 

Upton, C. C, Graham, Texas. 
Williams, A. L. Jeannette, Texas. 

Licentiate : 
Middleton, H. E., Brier, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Stowe, S. A., Veal's Station, Texas. 

84. PEASE RIVER. 

Ministers : 

Beck, J. W., , . 

Carnes, M. F., Newlin, Tex;is. 
Carter, O. W., Margaret, Texas. 
Dickens, J. L., Murl'reesboro, Tenn. 
French, A. J., Amarillo, Texas. 

Lawler, F. E., , . 

Leclere, Geo. F., Chillicothe, Texas. 
Lemond, C. M., Quanah, Texas. 

Lijjscomb, J. D., , . 

McCutcheu, J. N., Vernon, Texas. 
Phillips, J., Tulia, Texas. 
Rodgers, A. W., Vernon, Texas. 
Rogers, W. J., Quanah, Texas. 
Wear, W. D., Chillicothe, Texas. 
Ruling Elder S. T. Howard, Staled Clerk, 
Quonah, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Howard, John K., Quanali, Texas. 

85. PENNSYLVANIA. 
Ministers : 
Byers, R. C, Waynesburg, Pa. 
Cary, I. N., Glover's Gap, W. Va. 
Fisher, W. J., Van Buren, Pa. 
Garvin, J. E., Old Concord, Pa. 
Gibson, J. S., Ten Mile, Pa. > 

Goodknight, J. L., D.D., Waynesburg, Pa. 
Gordon, M. L., D.D., Kioto, Japan. 
Grossman, R. N., Rock Lick, W. Va. 
Hail, J. B , Osaka, Japan. 
Hamilton, James, West Finley. Pa. 
Howard, W. E., West Union, Pa. 
Miller, A. B., D.D., Waynesburg, Pa. 
Fatten, H. D., Wilke.sbarre, Pa. 



Squier, E. K., D.D., Marshall, Mo. 
Stewart, S. T., Streator, ill. 
Swain, A. J., Wind Ridge, Pa. 
White, A. W., Wavne.sburg, Pa. 
Whatley, A. H., Carmiehaels, Pa. 
Ruling Elder J. M. DunM, Stated Clerk, Dunn's 
Station, Pa. 

Licentiates : 
Biddle, R. L., Khedive, Pa. 
Day, E. S., Sparta, Pa. 
Ley da, George M., Bentleyville, Pa. 

(-andidates : 
Maeklin, De Walt, Waynesburg, Pa. 
Meredith, John R., Prosperity, Pa. 
Riggs. A. M., Van Buren, Pa. 

86. PITTSBURGH. 

Ministers: 
Axtell, P., D.D., Pittsburgh, East End, Pa. 
Cooper, U. A., Bentleyville, Pa. 
Lmb, J. R., California, Pa. 
Lincoln, C. H., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
McKav, J. W., Stated Clerk, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
McMillan, U. W., McKeesport, Pa. 
Means, J. I., Tarentum, Pa. 
Montgomery, U. L., Chaileroi, Pa. 

Candidates : 
Shope, J^. A., Beallsville, Pa. 
Wilson, R B., New Castle, Pa. 

87. PLATTE. 
Ministers : 

Allen, O. D., Barry, Mo. 

Caster, James, Loiie Star, Mo. 

Divinia, S. T., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Froman, James, Stated Clerk, King City, Mo. 

Hawlev, G. W., Richnidiid, Mo. 

Haves," C. E., Albany, Mo. 

Hayes, L. F., .St. Joseph, Mo. 

Hughes, ilartin, St. Jo.seph, Mo. 

King, H. G., Lawson, Mo. 

Munkers, Lafayette, Kearney, Mo. 

Murray, S. H.," Willow Brook, Mo. 

Norman, J. H., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Perry, \V. F., Watson, Mo. 

Powers, C. K., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Prall, F. G., Tarkio, :Mo. 

Richard, H. M., Ellenorah, JIo. 

Sligar, J. M., Phelps, Mo. 

Wayman, John S., Albany, Mo. 

Licentiates: 
Glick, Joseph M., St. Joseph, Mo. 
McDaniel, A. S., Faucette, >i(). 
Norris, H. R., Pratherville, Mo. 
Wilson, Charles J., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Bowen, Oliver, Clarkesdale, Mo. 
Idol, Murray T., Union Star, Mo. 
Jacobs, Galen, Richmond, Mo. 
McCammon, Willie, Albany, Mo. 
Nading, James, Richmond, Mo. 
Wayman, M. L., Albany, Mo. 

88. PORTER. 
Ministers : 

Barker, J. E., Ada, Ark. 

Benge, W. H., Chismville, Ark. 

Durham, J. L., Chismville, Ark. 

Finev, J. T., Belva, Ark. 

Hampton, T. J., Stated Clerk, Ellsworth, Ark 

Kimberling, .1. M., Paris, \rk. 

Limbiril, Mark, Index, Ark. 

Marshall, Jesse, Roseville, Ark. 

McKiney, S. M., Spielersville, Ark. 

Sails, J. W., Delaware, Ark. 

Taylor, B. K., Chismville, Ark. 

Walker, W. W., Prairie View, Ark. 

Wilkins, J. H., Sugar (irove. Ark. 

Licentiate : 
Sevier, Simon, Magazine, Ark. 



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80. PKINCKTOX (KY.). 
Ministers : 
Crowell, W. B. , TracU'wati'r, Kv. 
Garrett, J. B., SmiMiIand, ICy." 
Kiiisolving, W. A., I>ulaiu'y, Ivy. 
Lowey, J. B., Carrsville, Ivy. 
Pricej J. F., Stated Clerk, Marion, Kv. 
Travis, W. C. >[., Weston, Ivy. • 
Watson, B. T., Auburn, Ivy. 
Woodruft', G. L., Princeton, Ky. 

Licentiate : 
McMicau, B. F., Marion, Ky. 

Candidates : 
Hayden, J. M., Kuttawa, Ky. 
Moore, D. W. !>., Fredonia, Ky. 
Moore, R. A., Fredonia, Ky. 
Neel, J. H., Princeton, Kv. 
Russell, J. M., Blackford," Ky. 

!)0. PRINCETON (N. J.). 

(No report.) 

[Was never organized. — T. C. B., S. C] 

91. RED OAK. 
Ministers : 
Adaius, E. J., Alvarado, Te.xas. 
Berry, C. W., Joshua, Texas. 
Bridges, N. T,, Cleburne, Texas 
Buchanan, A. B., Fort Worth, Te.xas. 
Bunch, W. M., Arlington, Texas. 
Collier, L. C, Burleson, Texas. 
Criddle, T. B., Waxahaehie, Texas. 
Dunlap, L. A., Manstield, Te.xas. 
Gaston, .T. C, Granbury, Texas. 
Givens, Newton, Wa.xabachie, Texas. 
Hayter, A. S., Fort Worth, Texas. 
Irving, R. L., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Kell, J. L., Chicago, 111. 

Kennon, S. E., Stated Clerk, Forreston, Texas. 
Kilburne, C, Lebanon, Tenn. 
Martin, .T. M., Fort Worth, Texas. 
McElree, R. L. , Alvarado, Texas. 
McKimniev, W. P., Cres.son, Texas. 
Molloy, I)."G., Ovilla, Texas. 
Preston, T. J., Princeton, N. J. 
Rushing, W. C, Fort Worth, Texas. 
Smith, C. H., Ovilla Texas. 
Templeton, W. G.,Oak Cliff, Texas. 
Wear, R. D., Clebiirne, Texas. 
White, R. M., Ovilla, Texas. 
White, J. H., Lisbon, Texas. 
Williamson, W. A., Kennedale, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Dysart, Robert, (franbury, Texas. 
Park, Sterling, Italy, Texas. 
Fitzhugh, O. M., Granbury, Texas. 
Fitzhugh, W. B., Granbury, Texas. 

Tilburn, E. O., , . 

Wilshire, J. M., Burleson, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Malcolm, W. A., Waxahaehie, Texas. 



92. RED RIVER. 
Ministers : 
Collins, J. T., Chicota, Texas. 

Covey, J. R., , Texas. 

Day, J. H., Detroit, Texas. 
Fuller, Ben., Deport, Texas. 
Hamm, T. J., Deport, Texas. 
Harris, J. G., Clarksville, Texas. 
Manton, Chas., Stated Clerk, Paris, Texas. 
McKuight, .7. H., Paris, Texas. 
Rogers, F. L., Deport, Texas. 
Settle, H. J., Paris, Texas. 

Simpson, G. M., , Arkansas. 

Templeton, S. M., Clarksville, Texas. 



Licentiates : 
Awbrey, J. E. , Tehuacana. Texas. 
Dunham, James A., Paris, Texas. 
Fuller, J. A., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Knight, E. W., Clarksville, Texas. 
Martin, J. M., Bogota, Texas. 

Candidate : 
Bell, J. T., Fulbright, Texas. 

93. REPUBLICAN VALLEY. 
Ministers : 
Hunt, S. M., Belleville, Kansas. 
Lowe, M., Webber, Kansas. 
MeCall, S., Belleville, Kansas. 
McKelvy, J. D., Milton Vale, Kansas. 
Rose, J. B., Narka, Kansas. 
Short, A., Belleville, Kansas. 
Stevenson, J. S., Reynolds, Neb. 
Thompson, I. G., Stated Cl'k, Belleville, Kan. 

94. RICHLAND. 

Ministers : 
Alexander, J. R., Martin's Mills, Tenn. 
.•Vshford, J. M., Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 
Brown, (.'. M., Isom's Store, Tenn. 
Caldwell, J. D., Clifton, Tenn. 
Campbell, R. N., Savannah. Tenn. 
Cosby, S. G., Vale Mills, Tenn. 
Craig, I. N., Suiuniertown, Tenn. 
Dixon, T. Jeff., Stated Clerk, Sp ing Hill, 

Tenn. 
Dortch, D. E., Columbia, Tenn. 
Gabard, M. E., McCain's, Tenn. 
Galloway, J. M., Pulaski, Tenn. 
Gillespie, A. M., Savannah, Tenn. 
Gray, H. A., Santa Fe, Tenn. 
Holmes, S. H., Savannah, Tenn. 
Hudson, T. E., Pulaski, Tenn. 
Lindsay, W. Y., Sunrise, Tenn. 
McKelvey, John, Culleoka, Tenn. 
McKelvey, W. B., Pulaski, Tenn. 
McMackin, S. A., Wavland Spring>i, Tenn. 
Mitchell, G. W., D.D." Pulaski, Tenn. 
Neelley, W. M., Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 
Nixon, W. T., Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 
Paisley, J. M., Canipbellsville, Tenn. 
Polk, S. H., Pula.ski, Tenn 
Ratliff, W. C, Mt. Plea.sant, Tenn. 
Ricketts, R. D., .Tit. Pleasant, Tenn. 
Sanders, C. B., Columbia, Tenn. 
Smith, R. P., Duplex, Tenn. 
Stevens, J. B., Nashville, Tenn. 
Stephens, John, Glenn's Store, 'renn. 
Whitaker, R. J., Santa Fe, Tenn. 
White, J. T., Savannah, Tenn. 

Licentiates : 
Bell, J. W. T., Ettaton, Tenn. 
Molloy, M. B., Pulaski, Tenn. 
Weedin, W. H., Lebanon, Tenn. 

Candidates : 
Bratcher, J. K., Ettaton, Tenn. 
Burns, W. P., Flat Woods, Tenn. 
Flowers, J. W., Andrew, Tenn. 
Howard, G. P., Pulaski, Tenn. 
Hudiburg, J. W., Mount Olive, Tenn. 
Porter, T. H., West Point, Tenn. 
Willis, W. J., West Point, Tenn. 

95. ROBERT DONNELL. 
Ministers: 
Beaird, W. G., Hazel Green, Ala. 
Brown, S. W., Maxwell, Tenn. 
Burdine, John .1., Deposit, Ala. 
Caldwell, Joe W., Huntsville, Ala. 
Chance, James, Bass, Ala. 
Drake, Thos. B., Hadens, Ala. 
Eshman, J. B., Maysville, Ala. 
Grafton, W. R., Jack.son, Tenn. 
Hunter, S. B., Guutersville, Ala. 
Kennaraer, W. A., Woodville, Ala. 
McKenzie, W. E., Rowland, Ala. 
Moore, J. G., Hadens, Ala. 



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Morris, J. R., Stated Clerk, Larkinsville, Ala. 
Phelps, R. L., Bagwell, Texas. 
Power, J. J., Center Hill. Ala. 
Shook, R. D., Scott.'«l)oro, Ala. 
Stockton, E. J., Park'.s Store, Ala. 
Sullivan, W. F., Criirlev, Ala. 
Sullivan, O. L., Gurley, Ala. 
Summers, S. W., Mont Eagle, Tenn. 
Taliaferro, C. P., New Market, Ala. 
Thompson, W. W., Princeton, Ala. 
Walker, W. J., Plevna, Ala. 
Walker, Herbert L., Lebauou, Tenn. 
Willis, Alfred R., Ander.son, Tenn. 

Licentiates: 
Bridges, Wm. .S., Princeton, Ala. 
Lang, Jere, Gruntersville, Ala. 
Nance, E. L. , Huntsville, Ala. 
Orman, David G., New Market, Teuu. 
Smith, A. M., Huntsville, Ala. 
Summers, J. O., Mont Eagle, Tenn. 

Candidate : 
Marcrum, W. R., Huntsville, Ala. 

96. ROCKY MOUNTAIN. 

Ministers : 
Harnett, J. H., Sterling, Cql. 
Berry, I. N., Rye, Col. 
Moore, B. F., Canon City, Col. 
Nicholson, H. G., Stated Clerk, 28 Block M, 

Pueblo, Col. 
Prewitt, A. M. Colorado Springs, Col. 
Eice, P. A., Grand Junction, Col. 

Candidate : 
Robuck, Charles B., Marshall, Mo. 

97. RU.SHVILLE. 

Ministers : 
Bell, J. M., Colchester, 111. 
Crawford, J. L., Stated Clerk, Abingdon, 111. 
Freeze, W. M., Table Grove, 111. 
Hague, Isaac, Galesburg, 111. 
Jolly, David, Fairmount, Neb. 
King. C. A., Mt. Sterling, 111. 
Lawver, F. P.. Guanajuato, Mexico. 
McHeury, R. H., Biggsville, 111. 
McKamy, W. C, Industrv, 111. 
Koach, J. E., Auburn, 111". 

Licentiate : 
Collins, C. M., Lincoln. 111. 

Candidate : 
Harris, T. D., Stronghurst, 111. 

98. SACRAMENTO. 

Ministers : 
Compton, W., Plainsburg, Cal. 
Dooley, L., Ripon, Cal. 
Gaiser, J. M., Stockton, Cal. 
Knowles, W., Newman, Cal. 
Latta, E. C, Newman, Cal. 
Lewis, J. D., Stated Clerk, Merced, Cal. 
McClelland, E. L. B., Crow's Landing, Cal. 
Tipton, B. T., Borden, Cal. 
Underwood, W. S., Raymond, Cal. 

Licentiates : 
Girling, John B., Farmington, Cal. 
Macon, W. S., Borden, Cal. 

Candidates : 
Ashhurst, J. G., I^wis, Cal. 
Shedd, A. E., Borden, Cal. 

99. SALEM. 
Ministers: 
Carr, A. T., Stated Clerk, Steelville, Mo. 
Dougherty, M. R., Salem, Mo. 
Hamby, J. M., Steelville, Mo. 
Johnson, S. M., Morrellton, Mo. 
McCaslin, H. R., Steelville, Mo. 
Phillips, J. M., Steelville, Mo. 



100. SALT RIYER. 
Ministers : 

Bell, Hav, Wellsville, Mo. 
Bell, Mark, Clarksville, Mo. 
Brooks, M., Bowling Green, Mo. 
Decherd, S. G., Curryville, Mo. 
Elmore, R. 0.., Bowling Green, Mo. 
Gamble, R. E., Hamburg, Mo. 

Lotten, C. M., , — -. 

Nason, G. F., Bowling Green, Mo. 

Oakes, G. M. C, Mexico, Mo. 

Patton, J. R., Louisiana, Mo. 

Pearson, E. D., D.I).. Stated Clerk, Louisiana, 

Mo. 
Roley, W. T., Middletown, Mo. 
Woody, S. L., Mexico, Mo. 

Licentiates : 
Harris, E. A., New Florence, Mo. 
Price, R. L , Lebanon, Mo. 
Reed, W. T., Marshall, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Burbridge, B. F., Ashley, Mo. 
Doran, I. H., Buffalo Gap, Texas. 
Keithley, Herbert, Ashley, Mo. 
Tanner, C. S., Hannibal, Mo. 

101. SANCJAMON. 
Ministers : 

Bell, W. C, Lincoln, 111. 
Belt, J. H., Jerseyville, 111. 
Caldwell, R. T., Lincoln, 111. 
Danley, P. R., .Springfield, 111. 

Davis, A. C. , , . 

Ferguson, W. T.. Stated Clerk. Petersliurg, 111. 

Holli.ster, M. K, Middletown, 111. 

Johnson, J. M., Petersburg, III. 

Johnston, J. T., Palmyra, 111. 

McPherron, J. M., Chandlerville, 111. 

McWherter, R. L., Yirginia, 111. 

Miller, R. D., Petersburg, 111. 

Momver, J. C, Petersburg, III. 

Onyett. H. D., D.D., Roodhouse, 111. 

Potter, Thomas, Jerseyville, 111. 

Rogers, J. F. , Greenview, 111. 

Sheltou, J. N., Petersburg, 111. 

Smith, R. M., Elsah, 111. 

Turner, W., Lincoln, 111. 

White, James, Greenview, 111. 

Worth, E., Athens, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Cherrv, J. T., Roodhouse, III. 
Derr, J. W., New Holland, 111. 
Stiedly, H. M., Lincoln, 111. 

Candidate : 
Schnapp, T. J., Loyd, 111. 

102. SAN JACINTO. 

Ministers : 
Barnett, J. P., Navasota, Texas. 
Freeman, J. A., Brvan, Texas. 
Halsell, J. M., D.D!, Houston, Texas. 
Tarpley, B., Midway, Texas. 
Yaughn, M. M., Jewett, Texas. 
Ruling Elder Henry Bing, Stated Clerk, Mona- 
ville, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Cox, I. N., Midway, Texas. 
Gammage, T. F., Tehuacana, Texas. 

103. SAN SABA. 
Ministers : 
Blanton, Z. T., Blanket, Texas. 
Dial, Joseph, Goldthwaite, Texas. 
Gilliam, F. M., .Stat. Cl'k, Brownwood, Texas. 
Groves, A. A., Zephyr, Texas. 
Hendrick, E. E. , Brownwood, Texas. 
Lewis, S. M., San Saba, Texa.s. 
Norvell, A. B., Brownwood. Texas. 
Speegle, W. M., San Saba, Texas. 
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Waggoner, J. B., Ballinger, Texas. 
White, W. H., Sherwood, Texas. 
Wright,.!. B., Waklrip, Texas. 
Licentiate : „ 

Ledbetter, W. H., Sau Saba, Texas. 

Candidate : _ 

Moreland, J. H,, Goldthwaite, Texas. 

104. SEARCY. 
Ministers : 
Buchanan, J. T., Searcy, Ark. 
Forbes, J. C, Austin, Ark. ^. , „ , , , 
Francis, J. A., Stated Clerk, Little Rock, Ark. 
Martin, J. E., Austin, Ark. 
Orr, W. D., Avilla, Ark. 
Pemberton, J. A., Beebe, Ark. 
Kussell, .T. P., Cabot, Ark. 
Tedford, W. W., Hickory Plains, Ark. 
Wilkins, F. R., Hazen, Ark. 
Wylie, F. M., Beebe, Ark. 

Candidate : 
Boston, W. C, Antioch, Ark. 

10.5. SPARTA. 
Ministers : 
Apple, M.. Granville, Teun. 
Berrv, T. X.. Maringo, Tenn. 
Brown, R. R., Key, lenn. 
Cantrell, W. C, Quarles, Tenn. 
Carlock, C K., Goodensville, Tenn. 
Carr W. H., Algood, Tenn. 
Chileut, M R., Newark, Tenn. 
Copi'land, Hardy, Livingston, Tenn. 
Copelaud, J. W., Nettle Carrier, lenn. 
Davis, Stephen, Quarles, IVnn. 
Dinges, W. D., Baker's Crdss Roads, lenu. 
Goodpa.sture, .T. R., Liviugstou, Tenn. 
Harris, W. P., (iainesboro, Tenn. 
Harris, S. C, Granville, Teun. 
Kittrell, T. W., Pleasant Shade, Tenn. 

Lee, T. A., Cookville, Tenn. 

McDonnell, J. P., Maggott, Tenn. 
Morgan, A. H., Marengo, Tenn. 

Morgan, A. C, Marengo, Tenn. 

Oaks, B. S., Johnson's Store, Tenn. 

Phillips, S. K... Selbv, Tenn. 

Quarles, T. C, Whitley ville, Tenn. 

Seals, Monroe, River Hill, Tenn. 

Smith, W.. P., River Hill, Teun. 

Smith, T. G., Gainesboro, Tenn. 

Swearingin, M. W., Marengo, Tenn. 

Talent, I. C, Sparta. Tenn. 

Williams, F. A., Sparta, Tenn. 

Ruling Elder M. M. Owen, Qui/!, Tenn. 
Licentiates : 

Apple, Wm., Crranville, Tenn. 

Brow, R. H., Newark, Teun. 

Cardwell, S. S., Granville, Tenn. 
McDonnell, H. L., Granville, Tenn. 
Candidates : 

Carr, Isaac, Livingston, Tenn. 

Wells, T. H., Okalona, Tenn. 

106. SPRINGFIELD. 
Ministers : 
Davis, Joseph, Sevmour, Mo. 
Gardner, H. M., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Hawkins, W. D., San Bernardino, Cal 
Hicks, AV. M., Springheld, Mo. 
Laughlin, J. W., Stated Clerk, St. Louis, Mo. 
McReynolds, S. J., Pleasant Hops, Mo. 
Moore, A. B., Springlield, Mo. 
Phipps, J. F., Robertson Mills, Mo. 
Plummer, G. W., Springtield, Mo. 
Prater, M. A., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Royer, D. F., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Russell, J. A., Hartsville, Mo. 
Smaller, J. L., Seymour, Mo. 
Toney, "Thomas, Webb City, Mo. 
Torbit, T. M., Marionville, Mo. 
Wells, M. F., Fordland, Mo. 



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Licentiates: 
Campbell, S. J., Sarcoxie, Mo. 
Delzell. John. Henderson, Mo. 
Johnson, J. L., Henderson, Mo. 
Moore, \V., Straltbrd, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Albright, H. M., Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Chase, W. D., Robertson Mills, Mo. 
Crocker, Ed. Pleasant Hope, Mo. 
Crunipley, J. T,, Marionville, Mo. 
Fiuley. .t. S., Norwood, Mo. 



107. SPRINfiYILLE. 

Ministers : 
Acton, Emerson, Mt. Pinson, Ala. 
Armstrong, F. M., Murfree's Valley, Ala. 
Bright, J. N., Baileyton. Ala. 
Currier, I. N., Allula, Ala. 
Deaver, T. B., Little Warrior. Ala. 
De Lache, J. S., Bridgetou, Ala. 
Hall, Jno. S.. Spriugville, Ala. 
Lovett, J. A. B., D.D., Springville, Ala. 
Nations, T. B., Blountsville. Ala. 
Porter, Jas. S., Stated Clerk, Springville, Ala. 

Russell, G. B., Trussville, Ala. 

Sadler, A. M., Hutlman, Ala. 

Stainback, G. T , D.D., Birmingham, .\la. 

St. John, W. P.. Blountsville, Ala. 

Wilson, A. B., Brandiville, Ala. 
Licentiates : 

Bromley, J. A. L., Ayres, Ala. 

Glen, J. F., Baileyton, Ala. 

Goodwin, L. F., Mt Pinson, Ala. 

McClunev, J. T., Trussville. Ala. 

Ra.sco,T. J., Baileyton, .\la. 

Sexton, W. A., Liberty, Ala. 

Taylor, R. P. , .Springville. Ala. 

Whitehead, W. G., Piedmont, Ala. 

Candidates: 
Bright, Jno. C, Baileyton, Ala. 
Gilham, J. F., Adville, Ala. 
Yaughan, Richard, Selfville, Ala. 
Williams, S. B., Mt. Pinson, Ala. 



108. ST. LOUIS. 
Ministers : 

Bell, C. H., D.D., Shetfield, Ala. 
Fullertou, B. P., Stated Clerk, St. Louis, Mo. 
Harris, P. M., D.D., St. Louis, Mo. 
Satterwhite, J. D., Mine Lamotte, Mo. 

109. TALLADEGA. 

Ministers : 
Bovdstun, J. G., Gadsden, Ala. 
Brown, W. E., Sulphur Springs, Ala. 
Chastain, B. F., Weoka, Ala. 
Hagler, I. W., Ea.st Gadsden, Ala. 
Hagler, C. S., Howelton, Ala. 

Jones, \V. E., , • 

Lewis, L. D., Lookout, Ala. 

Livingston, W. L., Sunny South, Ala. 

Milligau, M. G., Choccolocco, Ala. 

Oldham, J. F., Francis, Ala. 

Russell, S. L., D.D., Stated Clerk, Gaylesville, 

Ala. 
Smith, J. C, Bakersfield, Ala. 
Talley, J. C, Oxanna, Ala. 
Witherspoon, W. B., Piedmont, Ala. 

Licentiates : 
Allison, C. H., Alpine, Ala. 
Sansom, Thos. R., Piedmont, Ala. 
Sims, A. M., Kevsburg, Ala. 
Stephenson, A. W., Etowahton, Ala. 

Candidates : 
Jordan, J. W.. Piedmont, Ala. 
Lee, W. P., Stantield, Ala. 
Overton, W. A., Lawrence, Ala. 



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no. TEHUACANA. 

Minister.s : 
Anderson, Jesse, Tehuacana, Texas. 
Boclenliamer, I). S., Stated Clerk, Tehuacana, 

Texas. 
Cockrill, B. D., Teliuac.ina, Texas. 
Davis, A. A., Vernon, Texas. 
Gillespie, W. P., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Grove.', .T. S., JNIexia, Texas. 
.Tohnson, L. A., Tehuacana, Te.xas. 
Jones, E. R., Kosse, Texas. 
Patton, J. .S., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Pearson, J. W., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Sanders, R. E., Tehuacana, Texa.i. 
Spencer, Benjanuii, IXD., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Stephens, J. W., Lelianon, Tenn. 
Whitfield, A. L , Princeton, N. J. 

Candidate : 
Sherred, Josephus, Indian, Ter. 

111. TEXAS. 

Ministers : 
Braly, J. G., Stated Clt'rk, ISIinden, Texas. 
Choate, J. J., Douglass, Texas. 
Cocke, J. M., Henderson. Texas. 
Havs, J. F., Teneha, Texa,s. 
Hiil, I. W., Teneha, Texas. 
Hijdges, B. A., Nacogdoches, Texas. 
Overall, I. W., Douglass, Texas. 
Richardson, I. O'B., Center, Texas. 
Self, G. W. C, Douglass, Texas. 
Tipjjs, L. E., Minden, Texas. 

Licentiates : 
Hays, M. C, Minden, Texas. 
Neel, \V. S., Minden, Texas. 
Ramsey, L. C, Teneha, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Burrow, D. J., Joa<iiiin, Texas. 
Carniichael, .1. R., Douglass, Texas. 

112. TRINITY. 
Ministers : 

Beck, E. H., Paradis.-, Texas. 
Davis, N. A., Jacksonville, Texas. 
Ewing, F. M., .Mt. Scliiian, Texas. 
Farris, J. P., (irajieland, Te.xas. 
Harris, G. F., (jood.sonville, Texas. 
Holconil), L. II., Troupe, Texas. 
Martin, J. M., Rusk, Texas. 
Richards, J. h., Troupe, Texas. 
Richards, T. J., Percilla, Texas 
Willi nis, J. J., Jacksonville, Texas. 

Licentiate : 
Goodson, C. P., Tehuacana, Texas. 

113. TULARE. 
Ministers : 

Austin, B. I)., Glennville, Cal. 

Browniug, W. J., Redondo Beach, Cal. 

Cunningham, W. N., Bakersfield, Cal. 

Dooley, O. D., Glennville, Cal. 

Gaither, I. A., Vi.salia, Cal. 

Hume, J. R., Hanford, Cal. 

Ingram, H. P., Downey, Cal. 

Jopling, J. T., Porterville, Cal. 

Kirkpatriek, J. R., .Stated Clerk, .Selma, Cal. 

Liles, E. H., Lebanon, Tenn. 

Motheral, N. W., Hanford, Cal. 

Pascoe, H., Oakland, Cal. 

Pendergrass, T. W., Visalia, Cal. 

Reyburn, C. H., Fresno, Cal. 

Skaggs, J. A., VLsalia, Cal. 

Skaggs, G. E., Sanger, Cal. 

Yager, C , Fresno, Cal. 

Candidates : 
Colyar, J. C, Areato, Cal. 
McKimmy, J. F., Garfield, Cal. 
OgJen, D. M., Lebanon, Tenn. 
Strahan, J. E., Toll House, Cal. 



114, UNION. 

Ministers : 
Bailey, E. E., Khedive, Pa. 
Bird, H. C, Uniontown, Pa. 
Elliott, A. B., Vandcrbilt, Pa. 
Johnson, E. B , Vanderbilt, Pa 
Keener, J. .S. , Waynesburg, Pa. 
Lewelleu, L. W., Waltersburg, Pa. 
Neel, J. T., Stated Clerk, Merrittstown, Pa. 
Patton, J. G., Brownsville, Pa. 
SI nkard, J. H., Masontowu, Pa. 
Van Horn, G. W., Osaka, Japan. 

Candidate : 
Jett'eris, Thos., New Salem, Pa. 



ll.i. VANDALIA. 

Ministers : 
Baker, W. P., Stated Clerk, Hillsboro, 111. 
Denny, A. W , Lincoln, 111. 
Fry, R. H., Alton, 111. 
Hunter, Allison, Libertv Prairie, 111. 
John.son, E. M., Mattooh, 111. 
Linxwiler, C. T., Tavlorville, 111. 
McDavid, T. W., Cotteen, 111. 
McDavid, W. J., Irving, 111. 
McDowell, A. W., Donnellson, 111. 
McWherter, G. W., Sorento, 111. 
Milholland, J. H., Edinburg, 111. 
MuUendore, G. D., Cirteen, 111, 
Nicodemus, J. W., Tavlorville, 111. 
Rodgers, E. R., Taylofville, 111. 

Licentiates : 
Howe, Wm., Tavlorville, 111. 
McCaslin, R. J.,"Filmore, 111. 
MeCaslin, L. B., Steel ville. Mo. 
Turner, G. H., Taylorville, 111. 



llfi. WABASH. 

Ministers : 
Baum, O. S., Florence, Col. 
Cockruni, H. C, Carroll, Ind. 
Halsell, J. P., Martinsville, Ind. 
Hudgins, J. L., Stated Clerk, Danville, Ind. 
Saudlin, A. R., Cayuga, Ind. 

Licentiates: 
Fackler. C. I., Waynesburg, Pa. 
Sliinn, P. B., Loganspcirt, Ind. 



117. WACO. 

Ministers : 
Baker, F. C, McGregor, Texas. 
Bachman, W. R., Hico, Texas. 
Castleman, R. H., Coryelle, Texas. 
Davis, D. ,1., Teiuide, Texas. 
Dunn, C. W., Moody, Texas. 
Freeman, J. C, Stephenville, Texas. 
Joyner, J. L., Fairy, Texas. 
Samnions, T. C., Stated (Tk, McGregor, Texas 
Sharp, J M.. .lonesboro, Texas. 
Spoonts, W. E., Tehuacana, Texas. 
Stone, J. Wood, AVaco, Texas. 

Licentiate : 
Davis, G. S., Lingleville, Texas. 

Candidates : 
Lackey, A. C, Fairy, Texas. 
Thompson, Lee, Stampede, Texas. 



118. WALLA WALLA. 
Ministers : 
Barton, Eli, Steptoe, Wash. 
Beck, W. W., Ravenna Park, Seattle, Wash. 
Brannin, W. W., Pendleton, Oregon. 
Cox, Amos, (iarfield. Wash. 
Eagan, H. W., Walla Walla, Wash. 
Metcalf, Wm., Ravenna Park, Seattle, Wash. 



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McCroskey, Solon, (iaifield. Wash. 
Perkins, Silas, Stated Clerk, Denver, Idaho. 
Powell, R. F., AValla Walla, Wash. 
Ravens, D. F., St. John, Wash. 
Reed, J. M., Oakesdale, Wash. 
Sharp, Wiu., Pomeroy, Wash. 

Sims, R. J., , Mo. 

Sweenev, A. W., Walla Walla, Wash. 
Tottcn, B. F., Stoptoe. Wash. 
Van Patten, J. C, Dayton, Wash. 

Licentiate : 
Walker, It. W., Pendleton, Oregon. 

Candidates : 

Deigh, A. W., , . 

Ingram, E. E., Lebanon, Tenn. 



119. washin(;ton. 

Ministers : 
Belle, D. R., Berryville, Ark. 
Boatwright, J. C., Alahani, Ark. 
Carson, R. L., Hnntsville, Ark. 
Combs, U. W., Kingston, Ark. 
Crain, S. H., Western (irove. Ark. 
Davis, W. A., Dugger's Jlill, Ark. 
Dean. T. L., Pinev, Ark. 
Evans, W. A., Rule, Ark. 
Johnson, A. S., Harrison, Ark. 
Kendall, A. G., Alabani, Ark. 
Mashburn, W. H., Elnnvood, Ark. 
Nicholson, W. T., Stated Clerk, (Jaither, Ark. 
Parker, L. C, Marble, Ark. 
Rav, H., Hnntsville, Ark. 
Ray, J. B., Marble, Ark. 
Ross, J. M., Berryville, Ark. 

Licentiate : 
Caruthers, J. A., Uaither, Ark. 

Candidate : 
Clark, I. F., Wiley's Cove, Ark. 



l-2(). WE.ST IOWA. 
Ministers : 
Bobliitt, Clay, Knox, Iowa. 
Brown, James, Macedonia, Iowa. 
Carter, J. W., Stated Clerk, Macedonia, Iowa. 
McClelland, W. C, Brooks, Iowa. 
Uptegrove, E. L., Sidney, Iowa. 

121. WEST PLAINS. 

Ministers : 
Bone, J. H., Willow Springs, Mo. 
Carter, J. L., Moody, Mo. 
Faust, A. E., Willow Springs, Mo. 
Henshaw, Levi, Olden, ilo. 
Kincaid, W. S., Alton, Mo. 
King, Robert A., Stated Cl'k, Wilderness, Mo. 
Martin, J. H., West Plains, Mo. 
Sullivan, J. W., Rich Hill, Mo. 
Whitwell, E. 0., Marshall, Mo. 

Licentiate : 
Crane, G. A., Gatewood, Mo. 

Candidate : 
Davidson, T. W., Lebanon, Tenn. 

122. WEST PRAIRIE. 

Ministers : 
Birdwell, J. M., Patterson, Mo. 
Currv, J. H., Doniphan, Mo. 
McCarroll, W. H., Advance, Mo. 
Owen, A. I., Piedmont, JIo. 
Owen, W. P., Doniphan, Mo. 
White, E. H., Stated Clerk, Caledonia, Mo. 

Candidates : 
Russell, A. P., Pitman, Ark. 
Ward, Leo, Buniot, Mo. 
White, W. H., Caledonia, Mo. 



12o. WHITE IHVEK. 

Ministers: 
Bone, J. S., Stated Clerk, Barren Fork, .\rk. 
Craig, J. N., Optimus, Ark. 
Evans, A. C, Barren Fork, Ark. 
Evans, R. H., Barren Fork, Ark. 
Gibson, H. T., Sul]>hnr Rock, Ark. 
Jeffrey, P. ^I., Mountain Home, Ai'k. 
Mangum, W. A., \Valnut Kidge, Ark. 
Morrow, David, Salem, Ark. 
Morrow, E. E., Salem, Ark. 
Moser, .T. H., Barren Fork, Ark. 
Pearson, E. S., Oxford, Ark. 
Shaw, J. A., Curia, Ark. 

Licentiates : 
Jennings, C. L. .S., Mitchell, Ark. 
Jennings, E. W. L., La Cro.sse, Ark. 
Ogilvie, C. T, Barren Fork, Ark. 

Candidates : 
Said, AV. I., Mitchell, Ark. 
Wiles, R. A., Lacrosse, Ark. 



124. WICHITA. 
Mini-sters; 
Albright, vV. F., Harjier, Kansas. 
Fly, J. B., Hazelton, Kan.sas. 
Foose, J. W., May field, Kansas, 
(tarrison, S. F. C, Eldorado, Kansas. 
Goodnight, S. W., Thornton Home, Evans- 

ville, Ind. 
Jones, J. W., Canton, Kansas. 
Kirkpatrick, S. E., Stated Clerk, Norwich, 

Kansas. 
Lowery, J. W., Caldwell, Kansas. 
Mavse, Marion S., Dexter, Kansas. 
May, J. T.. Perth. Kan.sas. 
Martin, Jo.seph, Kingman, Kansas. 
Pantier, James, Anthony, Kansas. 
Parkhurst, C. B., Winfield, Kansas. 
Robinson, George, Sharon, Kan.sas. 
Wallace. S. D., Benton, Kansas. 
Wilson, F. P., Waterloo, Kansas. 

Licentiate : 
Surface, E. B., Marshall. Mo. 



12.5. WILLAMETTE. (1893.) 

Ministers: 
Blair, G. A., Eugene City, Ore. 
Longhbottom, S. F., Stated Clerk, Brownsville, 

Ore. 
Templeton, J. C, Cottage Grove, Ore. 
Wallace, C. H., Cottage (irove. Ore. 
White, Luther, Brownsville, Ore. 
Wooley, C. A., Eugene City, Ore. 

Candidate : 
Adams, J. A., Lebanon, Ore. 



126. YAZOO. 

Ministers : 
Bell, V. J., Chester, Miss. 
Fari.ss, J. B. , Chester, Miss. 
George, J. R., Picken's Station, Miss. 
McBrvde, W. P., Stated Clerk, Ethel, Miss. 
McCaieb, H. Y., Cadaretta, Miss. 
McDonald, J. F., Caledonia, Miss. 
Philley, J. Y., Blockmonton, Miss. 
Strickland, (i. W., Sabougla, Miss. 
Wiley, B. F., Vaiden, Miss. 

Licentiate : 
Hubbert, G.'o., McCool, Mi.ss. 

Candidates : 
Cro.ssland, J. M., Cadaretta, Miss. 
Lowry, J. W., Jr., Picken's Station, Mi.ss. 
McAlistei-, W. R., Holly (Jrove, Miss. 



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[The figures at the end of each name indicate to what Presbytery the individual ))elongs, as 
the Presbyteries are minibered in the preceding Directory.] 



MINISTERS. 



Acton, Emerson, Mt. Pinson, Ala., 107. 
Adair, R. F., Smith's Grove, Ky., .50. 
Adams, E. J., Alvar.ido, Texas, 91. 
Adams, .T. A., Ashinore, 111., 36. 
Adkisson, A. J., Round Rock, Texas, 23. 
Albright, W. F., Hooper, Kan., 1'24. 
Alexander, J. H., Chanute, Kansas, 48. 
Alexander, J. L., Stated Clerk, Nashville, 

Teun., .53. 
Alexander, J. R., Martin's Mills, Tenn., 94. 
Alexander, S. L., Hackett, Ark., .50. 
Allen, C. .T., Mario.. ville, Mo., 82. 
Allen, E. N., Kansas City, Mo., 82. 
Allen, .Tohn, Stated Clerk, Raum, 111., 44. 
Allen, O. D., Barrv, Mo., 87. 
Allen, W. B., Longview, Tex., 60. 
Allen, W. M., Stated Clerk, Marshall, Tex., 60. 
Allison, J. A., Fairview, Ky., 27. 
Allison, J. A., Jord<juia, Tenn., 53. 
Alloway, J. B., Nashville, Tenn., 53. 
Alsup, A. H., Vesta, Tenn., 65. 
Anderson, Jesse, Tehuacana, Tex., 110. 
Anderson, .1. E., Magnolia, Kansas, 79. 
Anderson, R. S., St. Francis, Ark., 13. 
Andrew, W. M., Wingo, Ky., (51. 
Anthony, R. H., .Sturgis, Ky., 4. 
Apple, M., (iranville, Tenn., 105. 
Archer, W. G., Cumberland, Ohio, 71. 
Armor, .T. J., CarroUton, Tex., 38. 
Armstrong, F. M., M\irfree's Vallev, Ala., 107. 
Arnett, J. C, South Pittslnirg, Tenn., 16. 
Ashburu, T., Dyersburg, Tenn., 77. 
Ashford, J. M., Lawrenceburg, Tenn., 94. 
Ashmore, E. L., Pomona, Kan., 48. 
Ashmore, S. C, Harperville, Miss., 68. 
Atkin.son, A., Center City, Tex., 55. 
Ausban, W. A., Petersburg, Tenu., 32. 
Austin, B. D., Gleunville, Cal., 113. 
Axtell, Philip, D.D., East End, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., 86. 

Baber, W. C, Lebanon, Tenn., 74. 
Bachman, G. O., Nashville, Tenn., 2. 
Bachman, W. R., Hico, Texas, 117. 
Bacon, J. T., Marshall, Mo., 62. 
Baggarley, J. E., Ben I-oraond, Ark.. 70. 
Bagwell, N. E., Garrettsburg, Kv., 27. 
Bailev, E., Sebastopol, Miss., 68.' 
Bailev, E. E., Khedive, Pa., 114. 
Baitv, G. P., Westport, Mo., 54. 
Baker, A. A., Merkel, Tex., 12. 
Baker, B. H., Montague, Texas, 39. 
Baker, E. E., Richards, Mo., 82. 
Baker, F. C, McGregor, Tex., 117. 
Baker, N. M., Stated Clerk, Decatur, 111., 28. 



Baker, T. J., Stated Clerk, Lebanon, Tenn., 81. 
Baker, T. W., Stated Clerk, Moberlv, Mo., 62. 
Baker, W. P., Stated Clerk, Hillsboro, 111., 115. 
Baker, W. R., Montague, Tex., 39. 
Baldridge, A. W.. Covina, Cal., 14. 
Baldridge, S. H., Ozark, Ark., 5. 
Ballew, J. W., Point, Tex., 38. 
Bankson, W. L., Blue Mound, 111., 28. 
Barbee, J. T., Providence, Ky., 4. 
Barber, W. W. :M., Windsor, 111., 28. 
Barker, .T. E., Ada, Ark., 88. 

Barker, W. W., , ., 41. 

Barnett, J. H., -Scvbert, Mo., 82. 

Barnett, J. H., Sterling, Col., 96. 

Barnett, J. P., Navosota, Tex., 102. 

Barr, A. L., Honev Grove, Tex., 11. 

Barr, C. J., Chalk Level, Mo., 54. 

Barr, J. N., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 106. 

Barton, Eli, Steptoe, Wash., 118. 

Bashani, G. W., Henrietta, Tex., 39. 

Basham, W. A., Eveleigh, Ky., 76 

Bass, C. S., Tupelo, Miss.. 10. 

Bass, W. H., Athens, La., .57. 

Bates, T. F., Shelby ville, Tenn., 32. 

Baum, O. S., Florence, Col., 116. 

Baxter, F. P., Greeneville, Tenn., 30. 

Beals, Jesse, Trilla, 111., 36. 

Beaird, W. G., Hazel Gieen, Ala., 95. 

Beard, L. W., Arcadia, La., .56. 

Beard, R. J., Beverly, O., 71. 

Beaslev, J. W., Salado, Texas, .55. 

Beaver", W. C, Stated Cl'k, Center Star, Ala., 63. 

Beck, E. H., Paradise, Texas, 112. 

Beck, J. W., , ., 84. 

Beck, L. D., Winchester, Kv., 49. 
Beck, W. W., Ravenna Park, Wa.sh., 118. 
Bell, C. H., D.D., .Shefheld, A a., 108. 
Bell, C. R., Clover Bottom, Tenn., 30. 
Bell, D. R., Berryville, Ark., 119. 
Bell, Hay, Wellsville, Mo., 100. 
Bell, John, Chesapeake, Mo., 82. 
Bell, J. M., Colchester, 111., 97. 
Bell, J. W., Callao, Mo., -51. 

Bell, J. W., , , 19. 

Bell, Mark, Clarksville, Mo., 100. 

Pell, T. C, Huron, Tenn., .59. 

Bell, V. J., Chester, Mi.ss., 126. 

Bell, W. C, Lincoln, 111., 101. 

Belt, J. H., Jersevville, 111., 101. 

Belt, 8. D., Purdin, Mo., 19. 

Benge, M. L., Stringtown, I. T., 11. 

Benge, R. W., Stated Cl'k, Comanche, Tex., 12. 

Benge, W. H., Chismville, Ark., 88. 

Benjamin, Charley, Kiowa, I. T., 21. 

Bennett, H. M., White-sboro, Tex., 42. 



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Bergen, A. G., Nashville, Teim., 45. 

Bernard, Tavlor, Clinton, Mo., 54. 

Berrv, C. W^, Joshua, Tex., 91. 

Berrv, H. W., College Mound, Mo., 62. 

Berrv, I. N., Rve, Col., 96. 

Berry, T. N., Maringo, Teun., 105. 

Berry, W. H., Noble, Ok. Ter., 19. 

Berryhill, A. J., Cleveland, Tenn., 16. 

Best," James, Westerville, O., 67. 

Bettis, O. F., Dover, Ark., 33. 

Biddle, A. C, Stated Clerk, Hopkinsville, Ky., 

27. 
Bigham, T. H., Marlow, I. T., 19. 
BlUey, Edmon, Coalgate, I. T., 21. 
Biukley, R. W., Nashville, Tenn., .53. 
Bird, H. C, Uniontown, Pa., 114. 
Birdwell, J. M., Patterson, Mo., 122. 
Bishop, A. H., Boon's Hill, Tenn., 32. 
Bixler, S. P., North Libert v, 0., 3. 
Black, J. ]>., Winchester, Tenn., 32. 
Black, R. W., Center Point, Tenn., 59. 
Black, W. H., D.D., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
Black, William, Lovelaceville, Ky., 61. 
Blackburn, R. F., Loudon, Ark., 33. 
Blair, G. A., Eugene Citv, Oregon, 125. 
Blair, W. D., Butler, Mo", 54. 
Blair, R. D., Blue .Springs, Mo., 54. 
Blake, T. C, D.D., Nashville, Tenn., 53. 
Blankenship, 1). W., Coflee Landing, Tenn., 59. 
Blanton, J. C, Nettleton, Miss., 10. 
Blauton, Z. T., Blanket, Tex., 103. 
Bledsoe, Benj. F., Liberty, Ala., 105. 
Blosengame, D. F., Lvnne, I. T., 19. 
Boatwright, J. C, Alabara, Ark., 119. 
Boatwright, J. S., Hartshorn, 1. T., 50. 
Boaz, E. C, Hillsdale, Kansas, 48. 
Bobbitt, Clay, Knox, Iowa, 120. 
Bodenhamer, D. S., Stated CleJ'k, Tehuacana, 

Tex., 110. 
Bone, H. F., D.D., Greenville, Texas, 38. 
Bone, John H., Willow Springs, Mo., 121. 
Bone, J. S., Stated Clerk, Barren Fork, Ark., 

123. 
Bone, W. P., Lebanon, Tenn, 26. 
Bonham, N. M., New Franklin, Mo., 62. 
Bouta, E. E., Jetl'ersontown, Ky., 49. 
Boone, W. A., Scott City, Kansas, 31. 
Boone, J. D., Itasca, Tex., 41. 
Borah, J. T., Stated Clerk, Kienzi, Miss., 10. 
Borah, J. W., Fairfield, 111., 2. 
Bowers, E. T., D.D., Kansas City, Mo., 54. 
Bowers, W. J., Burton, Tex., 23. 
Bowman, Thomas, Waverly, Tenn., 15. 
Bowmer, B. B., Burnet, Texas, 55. 
Bovd, R. W., Roscoe, Kv., 61. 
Boydstun, J. G., Gad.sde"n, Ala., 109. 
Bovle, J. W., Guthrie, Ok. Ter., 19. 
Boyles, I. M., Wilhoit, Ore., 78. 
Bozarth, J. A., Hogensville, Ky., 76. 
Bradlev, C. J., Fetitress, Tex., 41. 
Bradshaw, T. R., Mt. Horeb, Tenn., 30. 
Braley, J. D., Hillsboro, Tex., 24. 
Bralev, J. G., Stated Clerk, Minden, Texas, 

111. 
Braly, S. H., Kenton, Tenn., 77. 
Bramlett, J. J., Erin, Tenn., 15. 
Brannin, W. \V., Pendleton, Ore., 118. 
Bratcher, I). P., West Clifty, Kv., 76. 
Brewer, W. L., Pilot Point, Tex., 42. 
Bridges, N. T., Cleburne, Texas, 91. 
Brigance, J. N., Mulberrv, Ark., 0. 
Bright, J. M., Bailevton," Ala., 107. 
Broadaway, F. P., Raum, 111., 44. 
Brockett, "M. Y., Sherman, Tex., 11. 
Brooks, M., Bowling Green, Mo., 100. 
Brown, C. t., Sodaville, Ore., 78. 
Brown, C. M., Isom's Store, Tenn., 94. 
Brown, James, Macedonia, Iowa, 120. 

Brown, James, , , 41. 

Brown, J. M., Lewisburg, Tenn., 32. 
Brown, R. R., Key, Tenn., 105. 
Brown, S. W., Maxwell, Tenn., 95. 



Brown, T. S., Greenfield, Mo., 82. 
Brown, W. A., Ottway, Tenn., 30. 
Brown, W. E., Sulphur Springs, Ala., 109. 
Browning, A. S., Denton, Texas, 41. 
Browning, D. W., Arkadelphia, Ark., 70. 
Browning, S. A., Jaeksboro, Texas, 39. 
Browning, W. H., Beech Grove, Ky., 80. 
Browning, W^. J., Redondo Beach, Cal., 113. 
Brumley, S. A. C, Ottway, Tenn., 30. 
Bruudage, J. S., Lampasas, Texas, 55. 
Bruton, J. W., Appleton, Ark., 33. 
Brvaut, A. M., Dallas, Ore., 78. 
Brvant. H. W., Newman, 111., .36. 
Br'yant, D. B., Prvor Creek, I. T., 17. 
Brvant, S. A., Jollv, Texas, 39. 
Bryant, T. D., Nolton, Ark., 13. 
Bryson, J. N., Rives, Tenn., 77. 
Buchanan, A. B., Fort Worth, Texas, 91. 
Buchanan A. M., Moberly, Mo., 62. 
Buchanan, J. T., Searcy, Ark., 104. 
Buchanan, T. S. , Newbern, Tenu., 77. 
Bullard, M. L., Buck Horn, I. T., 19. 
Bullington, J. R., Martin, Tenn., 43. 
Bullington, W. I., Peaster, Texas, 83. 
Bunch, W. M., Arlington, Texas, 91. 
Buntin, W. H., Brooksville, Miss., 74. 
Burdine, J. J., Deposit, Ala., 95. 
Burks, W. F., Prairie Plains, Tenn., 32. 
Burney, H. L., Clarksville, Tenn., 53. 
Buins, G. N., Energy, "Slo., 51. 
Burrow, A. (>., Brunswick, Tenn., 66. 
Burrow, J. M., Comanche, Texas, 12. 
Burt, J. S., Charleston, Ark., .50. 
Bushnell, D. E., D.D., Chattanooga, Tenn., 16, 
Butler, E. V., Belknap, Texas, 83. 
Byers, R. C, Waynesburg, Pa., 85. 

Caldwell, J. D., Clifton, Tenn., 94. 
CaKhHell, J. W., Huntsville, Ala., 95. 
Caldwell, K. T., Lincoln, 111., 101. 
Caldwell, W. J., Chicago, 111., 18. 
Calhoun, J. B., Obion, Tenn., 77. 
Campbell, A., Lown&dale, Texas, 24. 
Campbell, A., Sewee, Tenn., 16. 
Campbell, R. N., Savannah, Tenn., 94. 
Cannon, T.W., Stated Clerk, McKenzie,Tenn.,43. 
Cantrell, W. C, Quarles, Tenn., 105. 
Carlock, C. K., Gordonsville, Tenn., 105. 
Carnion, J. G., I'alcon, Tenn., 59. 
Carnahan, Peter, Bentonville, Ark., 5. 
Carnell, E. M., Waverly, Tenn., 15. 
Carnes, M. F., Newlin, Texas, 84. 
Carr, A. T., Stated Clerk, Sleelville, Mo., 99. 
Carr, W. H., Algood, Tenn., 105. 
.Carroll, J. J., St. Clair, Tenn., 30. 
Carson, R. L., Huntsville, Ark., 118. 
Carter, J. W., Stated Cl'k, Macedonia, Iowa, 120. 
Carter, G. W., Hearn, Ark., 70. 
Carter, J. L., Moody, Mo., 121. 
Carter, 0. W., Margaret, Texas, 84. 
Carv, 1. N., Glover's Gap, W. Va., 85. 
Casky, W. L., Casky, Ky., 27. 
Caster, James, Lone Star, Mo., 87. 
Ca.stleman, A. G., Charlotte, Tenn., 15. 
Castleman, R. H., Corvell Citv, Texas, 117. 
Catlett, W. A., Wvnu'e, Ark.," 13. 
Causev, T. S., Detroit, Texas, .55. 
Cavett, R. B., .Somerville, Tenn., 56. 
Chadick, S. R., Gilmer, Texas, 60. 
Chance, James, Bass Station, Ala., 95. 
Charleston, Martin, Lehigh, 1. T., 21. 
Charlton, F. T., Van Buren, Ark., 5. 
Chastain, B. F., Weoka, Ala., 109. 
Cheatham, A. B., Peoria, Texas, 24. 
Cheek, D. W., Gilbert Station, Iowa, 22. 
Chilcutt, M. R., Newark, Tenn., 105. 
Choate, J. J., Douglass, Texas, 111. 
Clack, I. N., Eolian, Texas, 12. 
Clack, W. A., Eolian, Texas, 12. 
Clagett, T. J., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
Clampitt, George N., Stated Clerk, Arcadia, 
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Clampitt, F. A., Athens, La., 57. 

Clark, C. B., Winchester, Ky., 49. 

Clark, J. F., Avilla, Mo., 73. 

Clark, J. M., Aldrich. Mo., 82. 

Clark, N. W., Union, Ind., 4.5. 

Clarke, J. E., fStated Clerk, Rii.ssellville, Kv.,.56, 

Clav, L. L., Jauiul, Cal., 14. 

Qemens, L. F., Marshall, :M(.)., 7.5. 

Cleere, T. E., Weston, Texas, 11. 

Clovd, W. P., .Stated Clerk, Rockwall, Texas, 

'26. 
Cobb, J. D. C. , Jonesboro, Ark., 18. 
Cocke, .T. M., Hender.son, Texas, 111. 
Cockrill, B. D., Tehuacana, Texas, 110. 
Cockruui, H. C, Carroll, Ind., lll>. 
Coekruiii, M. C, Buonville, lud., 45. 
Cody, K. A., Arlington, Tenn., GO. 
Collier, R. B., Mill Brook, Tenu., 80. 
Collier, L. C, Burle.son, Texas. 
Collins, D. A., Suithwest City, Mo., 73. 
Collins, J. T., Chicota, Texas, 92. 
Collins, W. L., Brownsville, 111., 44. 
Conib.e, G. W., Kingston, Ark., 119. 
Coiner, .S. A., Center Point, Tex., 41. 
Compton, \V., Plainsburg, Cal., 98. 
Conditt; J. W., Le Koy, 111., 3(i. 
Conlev', John A., Stated Clerk, Harmon v, Ark., 

3:i. 
Conner, J. C., Brakebill, Tenn., .52. 
Cooley, D. D., Clydeton, Tenn., 15. 
Coolev, W. M., Clvdeton, Tenn, 15. 
Coollev, C. P., Staieil Cl'k, Fairmonnt, 111., 36 
Cooper, A. T., Malta Bend, Mo., 20. 
Cooi)er, D. A., Bentlcvville, Pa., 86. 
Cooper, .1. L., 1) D., Courtland, Miss., HI. 
Copeland, F. M., Kline, Tenn., .32. 
Copeland, H., Living.ston, Tenn., 105. 
Copelaud, J. W., Nettle Carrier, Tenn., 105. 
Copeland, William E., Rockdale, Texas, 23. 
Copp, W. D., Pilot Hill, Tenn., 30. 
Cosby, .S. G., Vale Mills, Tenn., 94. 

Covey, .1. R., , Texas, 92. 

Cowan, T. A., San Francisco, Cal., 14. 
Cowau, W. F., Pangbern, Ark., 47. 
Cowden, M. F., Lebanon, Tenn, 8. 
Cox, Amos, (Jarlield, Wa.sh., 118. 
Cox, B., Randoli)h, Texas, 11. 
Cox, .Samuel, Clyde, Ark., 5. 
Crabtree, George W., (ialatia, 111., 34. 
Ci'abtree, J. C, (Jartield, Ky., 76. 
Crabtree, C. L., Aberdeen, Ky.. 76. 
Craig, I. N., Summertown, Tenn., 94. 
Craig*.!. N., Optimus, Ark., 123. 
Craig, R H., Erin, Tenn., 15. 
Grain, S. H., Western <;rove. Ark., 119. 
Crane, A. O., Chelsea, I. T , 17. 
Craven, J. K., Huntsville, Mo., 62. 
Crawford, G. I)., Tullahoma, Tenn., 24. 
Crawford, H. !\I., Lebanon, Tenn., 32. 
Crawford, ,T. L., Stated Clerk, Abingdon, 111., 97. 
Crawford, ,T. R., Owensboro, Kv., 80. 
Crawford, N. D., Flat Ci-eek, Tenn., 32. 
Crawford, N. .!., Chouteau, I. T., 17. 
Crawford, W. B., Oakland Citv, Ind., 45. 
Crawford, W. ('., Portland, Ore., 78. 
Crawford, W. H., Saulsbury, Tenu., .59. 
Crawford, W. S., Smithville, Tenn.. 65. 
Criddle, T. B., Waxahachie, Tex., 91. 
CYisman, E. B., D.D., Davs. Miss., 81. 
Crockett, H. R., Slater, Mo.', 75. 
Crockett, R. R., Wol!e City, Texas, 11. 
Crockett, Robert, Ne .son. Mo., 75. 
Crofford, T. F., McKenzie, Tenn., 43. 
Cross, L. B., Stated Clerli, Gastonburg, Ala., 1. 
Crowell, W. B., Tradewater, Ky., 89. 
Crozier, J. K. P., Boon.sboro, Ark., 5. 
Crump, W. R. M., Casky, Kv., 27. 
Crutcher, G. W., Black .Tack (irove, Texas, 38. 
Cude, F. M., Friendship, Tenn., 77. 
Culton, H. C, Winters, Cal., 14. 
Cummins, J. F., Milano, Texas, 23. 
Cunningham, R. M., Big Sandy, Tenn., 43. 



Cunningham, W. N., Bakeistield, Cal., 113. 
Cunningham, W. F., Pilot Point, Texas, 42. 
Currier, I. N., Allula, Ala., 107. 
Curry, J. H., Doniphan, Mo., 122. 

Dadisman, A. F., Knottsville, Ky., 80. 
Dale, W. T., (iailatin. Tenn., .53. 
Dalton, ,T. (;., Pink Hill, Mo., .54. 
Dalton, J. J., Selma, Ala., 1. 
Danlev, Ph. R., D.D., Springfield, 111., 101. 
Darby, W. J., D.D., Evansville, Ind., 45. 
Daughtry, J. F., Lemoore, Cal., 82. 
Davenijort, R. .1., .St. Helena, Cal., 14. 
David.son, J. 0., Paris, Tenn., 43. 
Davidson, J. T., Eddyville, 111., 44. 
Davis, A. A., Vernon, Texas, 110. 

Davis, A. C, , , 101. 

Davis, C. A., Coushatta, La., 57. 

Davis, D. J., Temple, Texas, 117. 

Davis, J. D., Purdin, Jfo.. 20. 

Davis, J. H., Friendship, Tenn., 77. 

Davis, Joel E., La(Tuardo, Tenn., 53. 

Davis, Jo.seph, Sevmore, Mo., 106. 

Davis, N. A., Jacksonville, Tex., 112. 

Davis, R. M., Omaha, 111., 34. 

Davi.s, R. W., Lespedesa, Miss., 81. 

Davis, Stephen, Quarles, Tenu., 105. 

Davis, AV. A., Duggers Mill, Ark., 119. 

Davis, W. E., Omaha, 111., 34. 

Davis, Samuel, Lebanon. Tenn.. 65. 

Dawson, AVm., Stated Clerk, Myrtle Springs, 

Tex., 8. 
Dawson, W. B., Decatur, Texas, 42. 
Day, J. IL, Detroit, Tex., 92. 
Dean, T. L., Pinev, Ark , 119 
Deason, D. R., Parson's Flat, Tenn., 59. 
Deaver, T. B., Little Warrior, Ala., 107. 
Decherd, S. (i., Currvville, Mo., 100. 
DeLache, J. S., Bridgton, Ala., 107. 
Denny, A. W., Lincoln, 111., 115. 
Denson, W. C , Austin, Texas, 23. 
Dent, M., Adelphi, O., 7. 
Depenbrock, B., Salem, 111., 64. 
De Witt, I). C, Denton, Texas, 42. 
De Witt, M. B., D.D., Springfield, Mo., .53. 
Dial, Joe, Goldthwaite, Texas, 103. 
Dickens, .T. L., Murfreesboro, Tenn, 84. 
Dicker.sou, J. H., Kiowa, I. T., 21. 
Dickey, H. L., Falcon, Tenn., 59. 
Dick.son, J. P., .San Franci.sco, Cal., 14. 
Dillon, W. A., Trilla, 111 , 64. 
Dillon, W. G., Cleveland, Tenn., 16. 
Dillow, M., Cerro Gordo, 111., 28. 
Dinges, W. D., Baker's Cro.ss Roads, Teun., 105 
Dinwiddie, A. B. C, Dodd City, Texas, 11. 
Dishman, J. W., Lebanon, Tenn., 65. 
I'ivinia, S. T., .St. Jo.seph, Mo., 86 
Dixon, T. Jeff., Stated Clerk, Spring Hill, 

Teun., 94. 
Dfibson, T. v., Hughes' Springs, Texas, 60. 
Dobson, R. M., (Jreeneville, Tenn., 30. 

Donnahue, .7. J., -, . 39. 

Donnell, J. T., Athens, Texas., .53. 
Doolev, L., Ripon, Cal., 98. 
Dooley, O. D., Glennville, Cal., 113. 
Dooley, W. E., Lockesburg, Ark., 70. 
Dorris, J. A., Elkton, Kv., 27. 
Dorteh, I). E., Columbia", Tenn., 94. 
Dougherty, H. B., Aloue, Ky., 25. 
Dougherty, M R., Salein, Mo., 99. 
Douglass, T. S., Hampton, Ark., 9. 
Crake, T. B., Hadens, Ala., 95. 
Duff, W. H., Neosho, Mo., 73. 
Dunham, J. J., Ritchey, Mo., 73. 
Duncan, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Tenn., 43. 
Duggin.s, E. R , Carapbellsville, Ky., 25. 
Dunlap, ,T. A., Newl)ern, Tenn., 77. 
Dunlap, L. A., Mansfield, Texas, 91. 
Dunlaj), W. R., Virtue, Tenu., 52. 
Dunn, C. W., Moodv, Texas, 117. 
Dunn, F. P., Marshall, Texas, 60. 
Durham, J. L., Chismville, Ark., 88. 



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Duvall, ('. P., Stat. Cl'k, Kansas Citv, Mo., 6. 
Duvall, .T. W., Clinton, Mo., 1. 
Dwver. J. B.. Dibiell, Tenu., 65. 
Dyer, H. F.. MUer, Tfun , 52. 
Dysart, E. D., Albany, Tex., 12. 

Eagan, H. W., Walla AValla, Wash., 118. 
Eans, J. W., Hardin Springs, Kv.. 76. 
Earle, F. K., D.D., Boonsboro, Ark., .=>. 
Eaton, C. M., Gibson, Mo., 13. 

Edmiston, M. J., , , 4). 

Edwards, J. E., Water Vallev, Kv., 61. 
Edwards, T. J., Ros>ton, Texas, 42. 
Elder, J. A., Alvord, Tex., 39. 
Elder, J. W., Mattoon, 111., 28 
Elliott, A. B., Vander ilt, Pa., 114. 
Elliott, .1. L., Sweetwater, Texas, 12. 
Ellis, J. A., Starkville, Miss., 74. 
Elmore, R. O., Bowling Green, Mo., ICO. 
Erwin, W. A., Veal's Station, Texas, 83. 
EshTuan, A. X., Oxford, Miss., 81. 
Eshniau, .1. B., Mavsville, Ala., 9-5. 
Estell, R. C, Toons, Tenn., .i9. 
Etberton, T. W., Bnffiilo. Ky., 7(5. 
Evans, A. C, Barren Fork, Ark., 123. 
Evans, A. D., Rector, Ark., 13. 
Evans, R. H., Barren Fork, Ark., 123. 
Evans, W. A., Rule, Ark., 119. 
Ewing, F. M., Mt. Selnian, Texas, 112. 

Farr, W. B., D.D., Marshall, Texas, (iO. 
Farris, E. !>., Trov, Teun., 77. 
Farris, J. B., Chester, Miss., 12(i. 
Farris, .1. P., (irapeland, Tex., 112. 
Faust, A. E., Willow Springs, Mo., 121. 
Feeiuster, S. K., Conwav, .\rk., 47. 
Fender, J. F., Cleveland, Tenn., 16. 
Ferguson, R. A., Maxwell, Iowa, 22. 
Ferguson, W. T., D.D., Stated Clerk, Peters 

burg, 111., 101. 
Finch, B. E.. Pleasant Site, Ala., 63. 
Finney, .1. T., Belva, Ark., .'S. 
Fi.sher, \V. .1., Van Buren, Pa , 8.5. 
Fitzgerald, P. M., Knoxville, Tenn., 52. 
Fitzgerald, W. A., Alpine, Ark., 70. 
Flauiken, F. P., Lebanon, Tenn., .53. 
Flaniken, R. B., Gainsville, Tenn., 66. 
Flowers. A. B., Dver, Tenn., 77. 
Flv, .7. B., Hazletbn, Kan., 124. 
Foose, .1. W., Mavfield, Kan., 124. 
Forbes, .1. C, Austin, Ark., 104. 
Torbes, .T. M., Season, 111., 58. 
Forbess, A. B., Brinklev, Ark., 13. 
Ford, F. H., Humboldt, Tenn., 43. 
Foreman, .1. A., (Greenbrier, Teun., 53. 
Forgv. M. A., Archer Citv, Texas, 39. 

Fort," .1. H., , , 21. 

Fortner, ,T. B., Settlement, Ark., 47. 

Foster, Abel, Boggv Depot, I. T., 21. 

Foster, .T. A., Fayetteville, Tenn., 32. 

Foster, R. V., D.D., Lebanon, Tenn., .53. 

Foulks, F. M., Winslow, Pa., 3. 

Foust, Allen, Sharon, Tenn., 43. 

Poust. W. J., Lamar, Ark.. 33. 

F\)wler, ,1. IL, Como, Tenn., 43. 

Francis, J. A., Stated Clerk, Little Rock, 

Ark., 104. 
Francis. J. C, Weatherford. Texas, 5. 
Franklin, W. H., Blue (irove, Texas, 39. 
Freeman, .1. A., Brvan. Texas, 102. 
Freeman, J. C, Ste'phenville, Tex., 117. 
Freeman, T. S., Trenton, Tenn., 13. 
Freeze, W. M., Wellington, Kan., 124. 
French, A. .1., .\marillo, Texas, 84. 
French, .1. W., Chillieothe, Mo., 20. 
French, N. R.. Strawn, Texas, 12. 
Friar, W. S., Yorktown, Texas, 41. 
Froman, James, Stated Clerk, King Citv, Mo.. 

87. 
Fry, R. H., Alton, III., 115. 
Fryar, S. P., Greenback, Tenn., 52. 
Fuller, B., Deport, Tex., 92. 



Fullerton, B. P., Stated Clerk, St. Louis, 

Mo., 108. 
Fulks, J. T., Rogersville, Ala., 63. 

Uabard, M. E., McCains, Tenn., 94. 

Gaiser, J. M., Stockton, Cal., !!S. 

Gaitber, I. A., Visalia, Cal., 113. 

tralbreath, J. H., Mavfield, Kv., 61. 

Gallagher, J. M., D.D., Jackson Center, Pa., 3. 

Oallowav, J. M., Pulaski. Tenn., 94. 

Ciallowav, M. L., Chapel Hill, Tenn., 32. 

(iamble. R. E., Hamburg, Mo., 100. 

(ramewell, I. L., Lodi, Texas, 60. 

tiardner, H. M., Pleasant Hope, ilo., 106. 

Garmon, J. W., Moulton, Ala., 63. 

Garrett, J. B., Smithland, Ky., 89. 

Garrison, S. F. C, Eldorado, Kan., 124. 

Garvin, J. E., Old Concord, Pa., 85. 

(iarvin, .S. W., Midland City, III., 58. 

Gaston, C. A., Coker, Ala., i. 

Gaston, J. G., Granburv, Texas, 91. 

Gaston, M. C, Stated Clerk, Vandalia, 111., 64. 

Gay, R. A., Whitewright, Tex., 11. 

(ieorge, J. R., Picken's Station, Miss., 126. 

Gerard, W. M., Kinmundy, 111., 64. 

Gibbons. W. A., Black .lack Grove, Te.xas, 38. 

(nbsou, H. T., Sulphur Rock, Ark., 123. 

(Ubson, J. S., Ten Mile, Pa., 85. 

(iill, J.F., Marion, 111., 34. 

Gill, J. M., D.D., Elkton, Kv., 27. 

Gill, X. F., Na.shville, Tenn"., 53. 

.rillesjiie, A. M., Savannah, Tenn., 94. 

(iillespie. M. L., Patoka, Ind . 45. 

Gillesi)ie, W. P., Teluiacana, Tex., 110. 

(iillham, B. D.. Bodnu^u, Ark., 9. 

Gilliam, V. >L, Stated Clerk, Brownwood, 
Tex., 103. 

Gilliam, J. C, Perryville, Ky., 49. 

Givens, Newton, Waxahachie, Texas, 91. 

Givens, S. D., Warrensburg, Mo., .54. 

Givens, S. .!., CairOj Miss., 74. 

Glass, W. S., Hughes Springs, Tex., 60. 

(Toad, A. L., Nortonville, Ky., 4. 

(ioddard, Peter, Sugar Loaf, Ark , 50. 

(iold, J. 1)., Newburg, Ind., 4.5. 

Golden, (ieorge, , , 41. 

(Joodnight, .s. W., Thonitou Home, Evans- 
villc, Ind.. 124. 

Goodknight, J. L., D.D., Wayne.sburg, Pa., So. 

Goodpasture, J. R , Livingston, Tenn., 105. 

(jordon, D. A., Whitewright, Texas, 11. 

Gordf n, M. L., D.D., Kioto, Japan, 85. 

Gossett, A. M. C, -Ktnaville, Tenn., .59. 

(Jrabiel, J. S.,St. Francis, Ark., 13. 

Grace, R. C, Rhea's Mills, Te.xas, 26. 

Gracy, J. F., Auburndale, Fla., 35. 

Grafton, W. R , Jackson, Tenn., 95. 

(Traliam, W. E. , Kemp, Texas, 10. 

Gray, H. A., Santa Fe, Tenn., 94. 

Gray, W. F., Walpole, 111., :i4. 

Green, G. W., Shobonier, 111., 64. 

Green, J. B., D.D., Nebra.ska Citv, Neb., 72. 

Green, M. D., Norris City, 111., 3"4. 

Green, W. E., Veal's Station, Texas, 83. 

Green, W. H., Dickson, Tenn., 15. 

Greer, G. E., Ri.son, Ark., 9. 

(Jregorv, W. J., Chieo, Tex., 39. 

Grider," J. S., D.D., Mavfield, Ky., 61. 
Grier, T. A., Bradford,"Tenn., 43. 
Griffin, S. M., White's Creek, Tenn., 53. 
Griffith, W. U., .Sherman Heights, Tenn., 37. 
Grossman, R. N., Rock Lick, W. Va., 85. 
t Ciroves, A. A., Zephvr, Texas, 103. 

Groves, J. B., Finis, Tex., 83. 
I Groves, J., Dixie, I. T., 19. 

Groves, J. S., Mexia, Tex., 110. 
'.Gurlev, A. K., Purdv, Mo., 73. 
, i (ruthrie, O., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
I Guyer, H. S., Tehuacana, Texas, 26. 

j Hacker, R. H. J., Roff, I. T., 19. 
! Haddock, Noah, Diona, 111., 36. 



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Haden, W. J., AuUuin, Ky., 56. 

Hadlock, J. B., .Stated Clerk, Groveland^ 

Ind., 09. 
Hagler, C. S., Howelton, Ala,, 109. 
Hagler, I. W., Gadsden, Ala., 109. 
Hague, Isaac, Oalesburg, 111., 97. 
Hail, A. D., D.D., Osaka, Japan, 14. 
Hail, J. B., Osaka, Japan, 85. 
Hail, R. J. C, D.D., Birmingham, Ala., 1. 
Haile, J. N. D., Hattieville, Ark., 33. 
Halbert, R. H., Bethany, Ala., 74. 
Halliburton, J. T., Jacksonville, Mo., G2. 
Hall, G. M., Copeville, Texas, 26. 
Hall, James, Morgan Springs, Tenn., 16. 
Hall, J. H. B., Birmingham, Ala., 1. 
Hall, J. S., Springville, Ala., 107. 
Hall, T. E., Arlington, Tenn., 66. 
Hall, Wm. Atoka, I. T., 21. 
Halsell, J. M., D.D., Houston, Texas, 102. 
Halsell, J. P., Martinsville, Ind., 116. 
Hamblin, N. C, Liberty, Ky., 49. 
Hamln-ight, A. R. T., Cohutta, Ga., 37. 
Hambv, J. M., Steelville, Mo., 99. 
Hamilton, James, West Finley, Pa., 85. 
Hamm, T. J., Deport, Tex., 92. 
Hampton, T. J., Stated Clerk, Ellsworth, 

Ark., 88. 
Harbour, G. F., Mount Vernon, Mo., 82. 
Harmon, Chas. R., Lee, Ohio, 7. 
Harned, J. D., Sadler, Ky., 76. 
.Harris, D. M., D.D., St. Louis, Mo., 108. 
Harris, ti. F., Goodsonville, Texas, 112. 
Harris, J. G., Clarksville, Texas, 92. 
Harris, S. C, Granville, Tenn., 105. 
Harris, W. B., Mackinaw, 111., 58. 
Harris, W. P., Gaiuesburo, Tenn., 105. 
Harris, M. C, Merit, Texas, 11. 
Harris, M. C. Sumuerville, Ark., 9. 
Harrison, G. R., Decherd, Tetn., 32. 
Harrison, James, Atoka, I. T., 21. 
Harrison, S. L., Vincennes, Ind., 45. 
Hartman, T. M., Punxsutawnev, Pa., 3. 
Hathawav, John F., Vernon, 111., 64. 
Hawkins," A. W., Decatur, 111.. 28. 
Hawkins, W. D., San Hcrnardino, Cal., 106. • 
Hawley, G. W., Kichmoinl, Mo., 87. 
Hayes, L. F., St. Joseph, Mo., 87. 
Havnes, A. J., Buffalo (iap, Tex., 12. 
Haynes, John, Denton, Tex., 42. 
Haynes, Levi, Cairo, Mo., r.2. 
Haynes, F. E., Cairo, Mo., 62. 
Havs, J. F., Tenaha, Texas, 111. 
HaVter, A. S., Dalla.s, Texas, 91. 
Hendal, B. B., Mell, Kan., 31. 
Henderson, G. A., Fayetteville, Ark., 5. 
Henderson, J. W., Nevada, Iowa, 22. 
Hendrick, E. E., Brown wood, Texas, 103. 
Hendrick, J. H., Brownwood, Texas, 8. 
Hendrick, L. I)., Austin, 111., 18. 
Hendrick, W. R., McKinuey, Texas, 26. 
Hendrix, T. M., Roekvale, Tenn., 32. 
Hendrix, E. W., Troy, Teun., 77. 
Henrv, J. H., Longville, Tenn., 52. 
Henry, J. R., East End, Pittsburgh, Pa., 53. 
Henry, S. H., Sumach, Ga., 37. 
Henshaw, Levi, Olden, Mo., 121. 
Herdman, W. C, Luray, ilo., 51. 
Herren, N. J., Russellville, Ark., 33. 
Hester, G. P., Bowie, Texas, 39. 
Hickman, A., Graysville, Tenn., 16. 
Hickman, M., Lebanon, Ore., 78. 
Hicks, J. P., Morganton, Tenn., 52. 
Hicks, W. M., Brookline, Mo., 106. 
Hill, I. W., Tenaha, Tex., 111. 
Hill, J. A., Raum, 111., 44. 
Hill, J. L., Gallatin, Tenn., 56. 
Hines, J. C, Veal's Station, Texas, 3J. 
Hodges, C. B., Sandusky, Tex., 42. 
Hodges, J. J., Wrightsboro, Tex., 41. 
Hodges, B. A., Nacogdoches, Texas, 111. 
Hogan, David, Choteau, I. T., 17. 
Hogan, G. H., Lebanon, Tenn., 32. 



Hogan, S. L , Stated Clerk, Charleston, Ark., 

^5o. 

Holcomb, L. H., Troup, Tex., 112. 
Holder, W. J., Hutto, Texas, 43. 
Hollingsworth, A. E., Hampton, Ark., 9. 
Holitield, AV. T., St. Francis, Ark., 13. 
Holister, M. K., Middletown, 111., 101. 
Holland, H. J., Montague, Texas, 42. 
Holloway, T. B., Eddyville, 111., 44. 
Holmes, S. H., Savannah, Tenn., 94. 
Holmes, W. B., Gallatin, Tenn., 53. 
Holt, J. N., Eagleville, Teun., 32. 
Holtsinger, S. K., D.D., West Chester, O., 67. 
Hood, J. T., Daingerfield, Texas, 60. 
Hook, H. C, Hardinsburg, Ky., 76. 
Hopkins, N. T., Milan, Tenn., 43. 
Hornbeak, J. A., Terrell, Tex., 26. 
Horn beak, J. W., Corsicana, Texa.s, 24. 
Houk, G. W., Monroe, Ky., 25. 
Houx, J. H., Warrensburg, Mo., 54. 
Howard, J. M., D.D., Nashville, Tenn., 53. 
Howard, J. S., Weatherford, Texas, 83. 
Howard, S. D., Stated Clerk, Alpha, La., 57. 
Howard, W. E., West Union, Pa., 85. 
Howard, U. C, Italv, Texas, 24. 
Hubbert, J. M., D.D., Lebanon, Tenn., 53. 
Hudgins, J. L., Stated Clerk, Danville, Ind., 

116. 
Hud.son, G. G., Wakayania, Japan. 
Hud.sou, James, Kosuma, I. T., 21. 
Hudson, John, Stated Clerk, Round Rock, 

Texas, 55. 
Hudson, M. D., Deertield, Mo., 82. 
Hudson, T. E., Pulaski, Tenn., 94. 
Hudson, Wm., Frazer, Okla. Ter., 40. 
Huffines, E. A., Franklin, Ky., .56. 

Hugart, , Spring Garden, 111., 64. 

Hughes, J. M., Water Valley, Ky., 61. 
Hughes, Martin, St. Joseph, Mo., 87. 
Hughey, J. H., Decatur, 111., 28. 
Hughev, J. L., McLeansboro, 111., 34. 
Hume.'j. R., Hanford. Cal., 113. 
Humphries, W. F., Williston, Tenn., 66. 
Hunt, M. A., McGhee, Tenn., 52. 
Hunt, S. M., Belleville, Kan., 93. 
Hunter, Allison, Libertv Prairie, 111., 115. 
JIunter, B. L., McKinnev, Tex., 26. 
Hunter, J. D., Dallas, Texas, 10. 
Hunter, S. B., Guntersville, Ala., 95. 
Hutchison, C. W., Bloomfield, 111., 44. 
Hytche, J. T., Birmingham, Ala., 74. 

Ingle, E. T., Portland, Ore., 78. 

Ingram, J. C. W., Carrizo Springs, Texas, 41. 

Ingram, H. P., Downey, Cal., 113. 

Irvine, M. B., Carthage, Mo. 

Irving. R. L., Lebanon, Tenn, 91. 

Irwin, J. A., luka. 111., 64. 

Jackson, J. B., Lebanon, Tenn., 65. 
Jackson, W. H., Ireland,, Ind., 09. 
James, J. D. , Hampton, Ark., 9. 
Jarrell, C. N., Whitesboro, Texas, 42. 
Jeffers, G. T., Dunigan, Mo., 82. 
Jeffrey, P. M., Mountain Home, Ark., 123. 
Jenkins, J. E., Princeton, Ind., 45. 
Jennings, William, Sarcoxie, Mo., 73. 
Johnson, A. B., Stated Clerk, Stringtown, I. T. 

21. 
Johnson, A. S., Harrison, Ark., 119. 
Johnson, M. B., Neosho, Mo., 73. 
Johnson, K B., Vanderbilt, Pa., 114. 
Johnson, E. M., Mattoon, 111., 115. 
Johnson, F. M., Stated Clerk, Pleasant Grove, 

Iowa, 46. 
Johnson, H. C, Gleesou, Tenn., 43. 
Johnson, J. M , Petersburg, 111., 101. 
Johnson, L. A., Tehuacana, Tex., 110. 
•Johnson, P. F., Trenton, Tenn., 77. 
Johnson, S. M., Morrellton, Mo., 99. 
Johnson, W. A., Bellsburg, Tenn., 53. 
Johnson, W. W., Tampico, Ky., 25. 



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Johnston, B. J., Howe, Neh., 72. 
Johnston, J. T., Palmyra, 111., 101. 
Johnston, R. F., Water Vallev, Miss., 81. 
Johnston, W. H., La Plata, Mo., 51. 
Joiner, I. G., La Fayette, Ky., 27. 
Joiner, J. L., Fairy, Texas, 117. 
Jolley, A., Fort Scott, Kan., 48. 
Jollv, David, Fairniount, Neb., 97. 
Jollv, I. v., Decatur, Tex., 42. 
Jones, E. R., Kosse, Tex., 110. 
Jones, H. A., Memphis, Tenu., 66. 
Jones, J. C, Favetteville, Tenn., 32. 
Jones, J. H. W., St. Louis, Mo., 77. 
Jones, J. T., Whitwell, Tenn., 16. 
Jones, J. T., Dadeville, Mo., 82. 
Jones, J. W., t'anton, Kan., 124. 

Jones, M. D., , , 01. 

Jones, R. F., Whitewright, Tex., 11. 

Jones, W. E., , , lOU. 

Jones, W. H , McMinnville, Ore., 78. 
Jopling, J. T., Porterville, Cal., 113. 
Julian, J. A., Pilot Point, Tex., 42. 

Kallmever, J. H., New Florence, Mo., 50. 
Keasler^ E. H., Atlanta, Tex., 60. 
Keaton, J. A., Atwood, Tenn., 43. 
Keener, .T. S., Wavnesl)arg, Pa., 114. 
Keetou, J. M., West Point, Miss., 74. 
Kell, J. L., Veal's Station, Texas, 83. 
KellVjJ. H., Stated Clerk, Favetteville, Ark., 5. 

Kellv, W. H. 0., , Texas, 8. 

Kelly, W. H., Smyrna, Miss., G8. 
Kelsoe, A. H., Princeton, Ind., 45. 
Kendall, A. G., Alabam, Ark., 119. 
Kennanier, W. A., Woodville, Ala., 95. 
Kennedy, C. G., Wingo, Tenn., 61. 
Kennedy, H. D., Bunceton, Mo., 75. 
Kennon, S. E., Stated Clerk, Granbury, Texas, 

91. 
Keown, C. G., Lincoln, 111.. .58. 
Kerr, D. M., Morganton, Tenn., 52. 
Kerr, E. O., Kenton, Tenn., 77. 
Kerr, J. B., Davilla, Tex., 55. 
Kerr, J. M., Chatfield, Tex., 24. 
Kilburne, C, Lebanon, Tenn., 91. 
Kimberling, J. JI., Paris, Ark., 88. 
Kimlierlin, M. H., Morgantown, Kv., 56. 
Kincaid, W. S., Alton, Mo., 121. 
King, C. A., Mt. Sterling, 111., — . 
King, E. D., Marion, jNIiss., 74. 
King, F. Z., Nashville, Tenn., 53. 
King, H. G., Lawson, Mo., 87. 
King, I. W., Alexandria, Tenn., 60. 
King, ,T. v., Wiugo, Kv., 61. 
King, R. A., StatedCrk,Wilderuess, Mo.,121. 
King, S. Finis, Warrensburg, Mo., 54. 
King, Solomon, Boggy Depot, I. T., 21. 
King, W. J., Lebanon, Tenn., 53. 
Kins^olving, W. A., Dulaney, Ky., 89. 
Kirkes, L. C., Lebanon, Tenn., .53. 
Kirkpatrick, J. D., D.D., Lebanon, Tenn., 53. 
Kirkpatrick, J. D., Sharp, Ky., 61. 
Kirkpatrick, .1. H., Harrisonville, Ohio, 7. 
Kirkpatrick, J. R., Stated Cl'k, Selma, Cal., 113. 
Kirkpatrick, S. E., Stated Clerk, Norwich, 

Kansas, 124. 
Kirkpatrick, W. A., Whitewright, Texas, 11. 
Kittrell, J. S., (xordonsville, Tenn., 53. 
Kittrell, T. W., Pleasant Shade, Tenn., 105. 
Knowlton, J. S., Nolton, Ark., 13. 
Knowles, W., Newman, Cal., 98. 
Knox, J. A., Clyde, Ark., 5. 

Lackev, J. A., Rice, Tex., 24. 
Lackey, J. F., Bethany, 111., 28. 
Lackey, W. J., Texarkana, Texas, 60. 
LaForce, G. W., Stated Cl'k, Conway, Ark., 47. 
Laird, J. S., Saulsbury, Tenn., 10. 
Lamb, J. C, Rover, Tenn., 32. 
Lamb, J. R., California, Pa., 86. 
Landis, W. D., Lebanon, Tenn., 32. 
Lanhani, H. J., Cainsville, Tenn., 65. 

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Laudrith, Ira, Nashville, Tenn., 53. 
Langston, W. J., Lipa'i, Texas, 83. 
Lathom, E. L., Bloomington, 111., 58. 
Lathom, Josephus, Moravia, Iowa, 46^ 

Latimer, J. B., , , 51. 

Latta, J. L., CJainsville, Tenn, 66. 

Latta, E. C, Newman, Cal., 98. 

Laughlin, J. W., Stated Clerk, St. Louis^ 

Mo., 106. 

Lawler, F. E., , , 84. 

Lawrence, B. F., Danvers, 111., 58. 
Lawyer, F. P., Guanajuato, Mexico, 97. 
Lavman, Lafavette, Stated Clerk, Milwood, 

" Ky., 76. 
Leach, T. A., Moulton Institute, Tex., 41. 
Leclere, G. F., Chillicothe, Texas, 84. 
Lee, T. A., Cookville, Tenn., 105. 
Leech, F. E., Abilene, Tex., 12. 
Lemond, C. M., Quauah,Tex., 84. 
Lemond, J. C, Lone Grove, I. T., l'.f.. 
Lenimon, R. J. P., Benton, Ark., 104.. 
Leonard, W. G., Newbern, Tenn., 77. 
Lewellen, L. W., Waltersburg, Pa., 114. 
Lewis, J. D., Stated Clerk, Merced, Cal., 98; 
Lewis, L. D., Lookout, Ala., 109. 
Lewis, R. W., Meridian, Miss., 74. 
Lewis, S. M., San Saba, Tex., 103. 
Lewis, W. C. Smith ville, Tenn., 65. 
Liles, E. H., Lebanon, Tenn., 113. 
Liles, M., Union City, Tenn., 77. 
Limbird, Mark, Index, Ark., 88. 
Lincoln, C. IL, Pittsburgh, Pa., 86. 
Lind.sev, W. Y., Sunrise, Tenn., 94. 
Lindslev, J. B., D.D., Nashville, Tenn., 53. 
Linxwiiler, C. T., Taylorville, 111., 115. 

Lipscomb, J. D., , , 84. 

Lish, J. S., Cecil, Ark., 50. 

Littrell, ,1. Cal., Warrensburg, Mo., 54. 

Livingston, W. L., Sunny South, Ala., 109. 

Lloyd, J. T., Beck's Store, Kv., 25. 

Lockett, S. C, Hutto, Tex., 55. 

Logan, B. F., Marshall, Mo., 20. 

Logan, James, Otterville, Mo., 75. 

Logan, W. C. , Stated Clerk, Chicago, (^ South 

Lynn), 111., 18. 
Longbotto7u, J. A., Ebenezer, Tenn., 52. 
Longh bottom, S. F., Stated Clerk, Brownsville, 

Ore., 125. 
Losson, R. F., Cleo, Tenn., 37. 
Lotton, C. M., McCallsburg, Iowa, 100. 
Loughry, J. N., Lascassas, Tenn., 65. 
Love, T. S., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
Lovett, J. A. B., D.D., Springville; Ala., 107. 
Lowe, M., Webber, Kan., 93. 
Lowey, J. B., Carrsville, Ky., 89. 
Lowrance, J. B., Independence, Mo., 54. 
Lowrance, J. R., Topeka, Kansas, 48. 
Lowrev, W. D., Stated Clerk, Senecaville, Ohic ,. 

71." 
Lowry, J. H., Kincaid, Tenn., 52. 
Lowr'y, J. W., Caldwell, Kansas, 124. 
Lyon, P. A., Murfreesboro, Tenn., 4. 

Macpherson, C. G., Louisville, Ky., 49. 
Madden, L. W., R.rdin, 111., 36. 
Maddox, A. S., Lebanon, Tenn., 32. 

Maness, H. D., , , 8. 

Manguni, B. G., Anna, 111., 44. 
Mangum, W. A., Walnut Ridge, Ark., 123. 
Manly, A. H., Goodlettsville, Tenn., 53. 
Mann, A. J., Stated Clerk, Cove City, Ga., 37. 
Maunou, H. W., Camden, Tenn., 43. 
Manton, Charles, Stat. Cl'k, Paris, Tex., 92. 
Marbury, P. H., Stated Cl'k, Clayton, Ark., 70^ 
Margeson, B., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
Marshall, H. H., Goodlettsville, Tenn., 53. 
Marshall, James, Franklin, Tenn., 53. 
Marshall, Jesse, Roseville, Ark., 88. 
iMartin, I. M., Ness City, Kan., 31. 
Martin, James, Marshall, Mo., 75. 
Martin, Joseph, Kingman, Kansas, 124. 
Martin, J. E., Austin, Ark., 104. 



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Martin, J. H., West Plains, Mo., 121. 
Martin, J. M., Fort Worth. Texas, 91. 
Martin, J. M., Rusk, Texas, 112. 
Martin, W. W., Veal's Station, Texas, 8:?. 
Mashburn, W. H., Elmwood, Ark., 119. 
Mason, J. A., Stat. Cl'k, Forrest City, Ark., 13. 
Mathis, G. W., Warrensburg, Mo., 54. 
Mathis, W. A., Mt. Horeb, Tenn., .30. 
Matlock, C. N., White Fern, Tenn., 59. 
Mauk, .1. L., Slick Rock, Ky., 2.5. 
Maupin, R. S., Mike, Mo., 62. 
Mav, G. W., Anna, 111., 44. 
May, J. T., Perth, Kan., 124. 
MaVse, M. S., Dexter, Kan., 124. 
McAmis, S. L., Mt. Zion, 111., 28. 
McAmis, T. B., Greeneville, Tenn., 30. 
McAnallv, W. A., Martha, Ok.Ter., 40. 
McBride,"C. W., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
McBrvde, And. M., Harperville, Miss., 68. 
McBryde, W. P., Stated Clerk, Ethel, Miss., 

126. 
McCaleb, H. Y., Cadaretta, Miss., 126. 
MeCall, S., Belleville, Kan., 93. 

McCaslin, H. R., Steelville, Mo., 99. 
McCarroll, W. H., Advance, Mo., 122. 

McCarty, .1. M., Hillsboro, Tex., 24. 
McClaiurock, D. L., Rector, Ark., 13. 

McClary, I. A., Cleveland, Tenn., 16. 
McClary, O. B., Parksvilie, Tenn., 16. 

McClellan. A. L., Stated Clerk, Willow Point, 
Texas, 83. 

McClellan, E. L. B., Crow'.s Landing, Cal.,98. 

McClellaftd, W. C, Brooks, Iowa, 120. 

McCliiney, .T. S., Uriel, Tenn., 66. 

McCluney, P., Holden, Mo, 54. 

McClunev, Thomas, Sjiringville, Ala., 107. 

McClure,"T. S., Oaktown, Ind., 4.5. 

McClurkan, .1. O., San Jose, Cal., 14. 

McClnrkan, W. H., Terrell, Texas, 8. 

McColloni, E., Winchester, Tenn., 32. 

McConnell, S. P., Aster, Ala., 63. 

McCracken, E. W., Stated Clerk, Exeter, 
Mo., 73. 

McCroskcv, E. .T., Gurlev, Ala., 32. 

McCroskeV, Solon, Garfield, Wash., 118. 

McCiitche'n, .1. F., Whiteville, Tenn., 59. 

McCutchan, J. N., Vernon, Tcxa.s, 84. 

McDaniel, .J. W., McKenzie, Tenn., 43. 

McDavid, A. B., Bethanv, III., 2.S. 

McDavid, T. W., Cotfeeii, 111., 11.5. 

McDavid, W. J., Irving, 111., 11.5. 

McDavitt, N., Rocktield, Ky.,..56. 

McDonald, G. B., (xreenville, Kv., 4. 

McDonald, J. F., Caledonia, Miss., 124. 

McDonald, ,T. A., Union Citv, Tenn., 77. 

McDonald, .T. P., Maggot, Tenn., 105. 

McDonald, J. W., New Market, Ala., 32. 

McDowell, H. M., Kahoka, Mo., 51. 

McDowell, A. W., Donnellsou, 111., 115. 

McElree, R. L., Alvarado, Tex., 91. 

McElvain, S. H., Fort Smith, Ark., .50. 

McFarland, F. M., Sherman, Tex., 11. 

McFarland, S. L., Burnet, Tex., -55. 

McGauhey, E. P., Lebanon Tenn., 53. 

McGaughev, .[. F., Arlington, Tenn., 66. 

McGee, J. "W., Bethanv, Mo.. 20. 

McGee, T. H., Henderson, Tenn., .59. 

McGee, W. V., Sodaville, Oregon, 78. 

MeGbee, Z, M., Sherman Heights, Tenn., 16. 

McGill, R. A., Hubbard, Texas, 24. 

McGlumphy, A. J., D.D., LL.D., Marshall, 
Mo., 75. 

JMcHenry, R. H., Riggsville, 111., 97. 

Mcllwain, D., Trenton, Tenn., 43. 

JVIcIlwain, .1. A., Troy, Tenn., 77. 

McKamy, J. A., Louisville, Ky., 49. 

McKamy, W. C, Industry, 111., 97. 
McKay, J. W., Stated Clerk, East End, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., 86. 
McKee, T. N., Woodbury, Tex., 24. 
McKelvey, John, Culleoka, Tenn., 94. 

JMcKelvey, W. B., Pulaski, Tenn., 94. 



McKelvy, J. D., Milton Vale, Kan., 93. 
McKenzie, W. E., Rowland, Ala., 95. 
McKimmey, W. P., CYesson, Texas, 91. 
McKinuey, S. M., Speelersville, Ark., 88. 
McKinney, W. H., Sulphur City, Ark., 5. 
McKnight, J. H., Paris, Tex., 92. 
McKnight, J. M., Kirksville, Mo., 51. 
McLaury, D. A., Gushing, I. T., 17. 
McLean,' E. G., D.D., Evansville, Ind., 45. 
McLemore, Y. L., Bright Star, Ark., 60. 
McLeod, D., Brooks ville. Miss., 74. 
McLeskey, Jo., Rives, Tenn., 77. 
McMaekin, S. A., Way land Springs, Tenn., 94. 
McMahan, C. Cx. L., Humansville, Mo., 82. 

McMahon, W. S., , , 59. 

McMillan, U. W., McKee.sport, Pa., 85. 
McMurry, G. W., Ector, Texas, 11. 
McNabb, N. B., Huntington, Ark., .50. 
McPherron, J. M., Chandlerville, 111., 101. 
McPherson, S. A., Marsaline, Mo., 62. 
McQuay, J. F., Norris City, 111., 34. 
McQuown, J. E., Taylor, Texas, 55. 
McReynolds, S. J , Pleasant Hope, Mo., 106. 
McShan, J. E., Terrell, Texas, 11. 
MeWherter, L., Ottway, Tenn., 30. 
McWherter, R. L., Virginia, 111., 101. 
McWhirter, G. W. Sorento, 111., 115. 
McWilliams, E. L., Fulton, Ky., 77. 
Mead, J. W., Suljjhur Springs, Tex., 38. 
Means, J. I., Tarcntuu), Pa., 86. 
Means, W. C, Neal, Kan., 48. 
Medcalf, A. L , Portersville, Ind., 69. 
Meek, T. H., Whitewrigbt, Texas, 11. 
Menzies, James, Marrowbone, Ky., 25. 
Messick, E. H., Howe, Tex., 11. 
Metoalf,Wm., Raveuna Park, Seattle Wash., 

118. 
Milam, W. E., Burkesville, Ky., 25. 
Milholland, J. H., Edinburg, 111., Ho. 
Miller, A. B., D.D., LL.D., Waynesburg, Pa., 

85. 
Miller, J. B., .Seneca, Pa., 3. 
Miller, John, Blooming Grove, Tex., 24. 
Miller, J. (J , Stated Clerk, Centerburg,Ohio, 7. 
Miller, J. H., Coulterville, Ga., 37. 
Miller, J. H., Stated Clerk, Jackson Center, Pa., 

3. 
Miller, M. C, Pierce Citv, Mo., 73. 
Miller, R. D., Petersburg, 111., 101. 
Miller, W. B., IJniouville, Tenn., 32. 
Milligan, M. G., Choccolocco, Ala., 109. 
Milling, D. >f., Davis, Mis.s., 68. 
Milling, J. M., Gleaner, Miss., 68. 
Milner, H. B., Sherman, Texas, 11. 
Mitchell, B. (r., (irecnlield, Tenn., 4.3. 
Mitchell, D. L., Forestburg, Tex., 42. 
Mitchell, G. W., D.D., Pulaski, Tenn., 94. 
Mitchell, J. B., D.D., Kirksville, Mo., 51. 
Mitchell, J. W., HarrLsonville, Mo., 54. 
Moad, G. L., Belton, Mo., 54. 
Mock, Z. H. C, Warrensburg, Mo., 54. 
Mollov, D. (i., Ovilla, Texas, 91. 
Molloy, J. T., Fayetteville, Ark., 5. 
Molloy, R. W., Gainesville, Texas, 42. 
Momyer, .1. C, Petersburg, 111., 101. 
Montgomery, <t. W., Charleston, 111., .36. 
Montgomery, James F., Appletou, Ark., 33. 
Montgomery, L. N., Danville, 111., 36. 
Montgomery, U. L., Charleroi, Pa., 86. 
Moody, E. E., San Antonio, Texas, 11. 
Moore, A. A., Wellington, Mo., .54. 
Moore, A. B., Springfield, Mo., 106. 
Moore, A. N., Mulberry, Tenn., 32. 
Moore, B. F., Canon City, Col., 96. 
Moore, C. R., Boonsboro, Ark., 5. 
Moore, D. F., Wieland, Tex., 38. 
Moore, D. J., Sulphur Springs, Texas, 38. 
Moore, F. M., Wagstaff, Kan., 48. 
Moore, J. C, Stated Clerk, Garden City, Kan., 

31. 
Moore, J. G., Hadens, Ala., 95. 
Moore, J. J., Stated Clerk, Lewisville, Tex., 42. 



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Moore, M. E., West (Jrove, Iowa, 46. 

Moore, R. J., Whitwell, Tenii., 16. 

Moore, T. H., Hane.'^ville, La., 57. 

Moorman, R. A. A., Hickory Valley, Teun., 59. 

Morgan, A. C, Marengo, Teun., 105. 

Morgan, A. H., Marengo, Tenn., 105. 

Morgan, J. H., Piper, Kan., 6. 

Morphis, J. H., Stated Clerk, Grand Ridge, 

111., 58. 
Morphis, M. M., Long view, Texas, 60. 
Morris, E. E., West Point, Miss., 74. 
Morris, (x. E., Bewleyville, Ky., 76. 
Morris, J. Reed, Covington, Ohio, 67. 
Morris, J. R., Stated Clerk, Larkinsville, Ala., 

95. 
Morris, W. A., Salona, Texas, ;59. 
Morrison, M. A., Bliieford, 111., 64. 
Morrow, D., Salem, Ark., 123. 
Morrow, E. E., Salem, Ark., Vl'i. 
Morrow, .1. W., Westport, Mo., 54. 
Morion, J. H., Oakland, Miss., 81. 

Mo.ser, B. L., -, , 56. 

Moser, J. H., Barren Fork, Ark., 12.3. 
Motheral, N. W., Hauford, Cal., 113. 
Mount, J. W., Clarksville, Tenn., .53. 
MuUendore, G. D., Cotfeen, 111., 11.5. 
Mulder, T. L., Piirdy, Tenn., 59. 
Munkers, LaFayette, Kearney, Mo., 87. 
Murray, S. H., Willow Brook, Mo., .S7. 
Murray, W. M., Owensville, Ind., 45. 
Murphy, J. A., Rockville, Mo , 82. 
Myatt, E., Romance, Ark., 47. . 
Myers, L H., Dale, Ind., 69. 



Nason, G. F., Bowling Green, Mo., 100. 
JSTason, W. P., Kirksville, Mo., 51. 
Nations, T. B., Blountsville, Ala., 107. 
Neal, G. W., Lebanon, Tenn., ;12. 

• Needham, J. O., , , :». 

Needham, John, Trimble, Tenn., 77. 
Neel, J. T., Stated Clerk, Merrittstowu, Pa., 114. 
Neel, E. T., Altus, Okla. Ter., 40. 
Neelley, W. M., Lawrencdnirg, Tenn., 94. 
Nesbitt, F. Z;, Marshall, Toxa.s. 60. 
New, N. L., Beech Grove, Tenn., 32. 
Newberry, W. C, Glcason, Tenn., 43. 
Newton, Frank, Beulah, Kv., 80. 
Newton, W. H., Rest, Ark.", 9. 
Nichols, G. W., Big Sandy, Tenn., 43. 
Nicholson, J. G., Greenville, Texas, 38. " 
Nicholson, H. G., Stated Cl'k, Pueblo, Col., 96. 
Nicholson, J. B., Whitewright, Texas, 11. 
Nicholson, W. T., Stated Clerk, Gaither, 

Ark., 119. • 
Nickell, W. N., Stat. Cl'k, Chillicothe, Mo., 20. 
Nicodemus, J. W., Taylorville, 111., 115. 
Nixon, W. T., Lawreucelnirg, Tenn., 94. 
Norman, J. H., St. .loseph. Mo., 87. 
Norment, W. M., Whiteville, Tenn., 59. 
Norvell, A. B., Brown wood, Tex., 103. 
Norris, R. W., Little Muddy, Kv., 56. 
Nunn, N. G., Danville, Ky., 49. 



Oakley, G. M., Huntingdon, Tenn., .53. 
Oakley, J. C, Rosston, Ark., 79. 
Oaks, B. S., Johnson's Store, Tenn., 105. 
O'Banion, Jesse, Barry, Texas, 24 
Oglesby, S. G., Green Pond, Ala., 1. 
Oglesby, S. S., Birmingham, Ala., 1. 
Okes, G. M. C, Mexico, Mo., 100. 
■Oldham, J. F., Francis, Ala., 109. 
Oldham, W. S., Leoti, Kan., 31. 
■ Oliver, R. B. , Coppell, Texas, 26. 
Onyett, H. D., D.D., Roodhouse, 111., 101. 
Orr, Z. T., Blairstown, Mo., 54. 
Orr, W. D., Avilla, Ark., 104. 
Osbum, F. M., Erin, Tenn., 15. 
Overall, I. W., Douglass, Tex., HI. 
Owen, A. I., Piedmont, Mo.. 122. 
Owen, W. P., Doniphan, Mo., 122. 



Padgett, T. H., Selmer, Teun., 10. 
Paisley, J. M., Campbellsville, Tenn., 94. 
Pantiere, James, Anthony, Kan., 124. 
Parker, L. C, Marble, Ark., 119. 
Parkhurst, C. B., Winfield, Kan., 124. 
Parks, R. C, Chel.sea, I. T., 17. 
Parnell, J. H., Flippin, Tenn., 77. 
Parnell, W. H., Brighton, Tenn., 66. 
Parrish, H. S., Burkesville, Kv., 25. 
Pascoe, H., Oakland, Cal., U3." 
Patterson, R T., McKeuzie, Tenn., 43. 
Patterson, S. .S., Lompoc, Cal., 14. 
Patterson, W. A., Stated Clerk, Hillsboro, 

Texas, 24. 
Patton, H. D., Wilkesbarre, Pa., 85. 
Patton, J. F., Statesville, Tenn., 65. 
Patton, J. G , Brownsville, Pa., 114. 
Patton, J. R., Louisiana, Mo., 100. 
Patton, J. S., Tehuacana, Texas, 110. 
Patton, M. C, Marceline, Mo., 62. 
Patton, R. F., Springfield, Tenn., .53. 
Payne, J. L., Stated Clerk, Winchester, Tenn., 

■ 32. 
Pear.son, Alonzo, Stated Clerk, Sedalia, Mo., 75, 
Pearson, E. D., D.D., Stated Clerk, Louisiana, 

Mo., 100. 
Pearson, E. S., Oxford, Ark., 12.3. 
Pearson, J. W., Tehuacana, Texas, 110. 
Pearson, R. G., D.D., Asheville, N. C, 53. 
Peel>les, O. P., Crab Orchard, 111., 34. 
Pembertou, J. A., Beebe, Ark., 104. 
Pendergrass, T. W., Visalia, Cal., 113. 
Penfold, Elias, Graham, Iowa, 22. 
Penick, Thomas, Pilot Grove, Mo., 75. 
Perkins, Silas, Stated Clerk, Denver, Idaho, 118. 
Perkins, W. H., Kockficld, Kv., .56. 
Perry, W.O. H., Stated Clerk, "Dunbar, Neb., 72. 
Perry, W. F., Wat.son, Mo., 87. 
Peter, G., Stringtown, I. T, 21. 
Peter, Stephen, Brownsville, I. T., 21. 
Pevton, W. G., Anson, Texas, 12. 
Pharr, E. P., Clarksville, Ark., 33. 
Pharr, E. W., Liberty, Ark., 79. 
Phelps, R. L. , Bagwell, Texas, 95. 
I'hillev, J. Y., Blackmonton, Miss., 126. 
Phillips, J., Tulia, Tex., 84. 
Phillips, .r. M., Steelvillc, Mo., 99. 
Phillips, L. C, Marvsville, Tex., 42. 
Phillips, R. T., Tvler, Tex., 8. 
Phillips, S. K., Se"lby, Teun., 105. 
Phillips, S. R., Jackson, Tenn., 59. 
Phipps, J. F., Robertson Mills, Mo., 106. 
Pickens, Rome, Mt. Hope, Ala., 63. 
Piercy, Wm., Liberty Hill, Texas, 55. 
Pigman, .T. H., Fayetteville, Ark., 5. 
Pinkston, H., Verona, Mo., 7.3. 
Piper, .1. H., Independence, Mo., 54. 
Pirtle, B. J., Pleasant Hill, Miss., 81. 
Plummer, G. W., Springfield, Mo., 106. 
Pollock, Frank, New Bloomtield, Mo., 62. 
Polk, S. H., Pulaski, Tenn., 94.' 
Pool, T. (;., College Mound, Mo., 62. 
Porter, B. D., Center, Ky., 25. 
Porter, J. A., Omaha, III., .34. 
Porter, J. S., Stated Clerk, Springville, Ala., 

107. 
Porter, S. T., Springfield, Tenn., .53. 
Porter, S. W., Rvan, I. T., 19. 
Poteet, J. A., Foster, Mo., 54. 
Potter, Thomas, Jersewille, 111., 101. 
Powell, R. F., Walla VValla, Wash., 118. 
Power, J. J., Center Hill, Ala., 95. 
Powers, C. B., St. Joseph, Mo., 87. 
Prall, F. G., Tarkio, Mo., 87. 
Prater, M. A., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 106. 
Prather, L. J. A., Durham, Ark., 5. 
Prather, J. A., Durham, Ark., 5. 
Prather, R. B., Van Buren, Ark., 5. 
Preston, T. J., Princeton, N. J., 91. 
Pre.ston, W. B., Denison, Texas, 11. 
Prewitt, A. M., Colorado Springs, Colo., 96._ 
Price, James F., Stated Clerk, Marion, Ky.,'89. 



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Price, J. L., Providence, Ky., 4. 
Price, J. T., Stated Clerli, Daytou, Tenn., 16. 
Prichard, A. B., Rutherford, Tenn., 77. 
Proctor, F. M., Alvord, Tex., 39. 
Provine, J. C, D.D., Nashville, Tenn., 53. 
Provine, VV. A., Columbia, Tenn., 94. 
Pryor, E. G. H., Whitwell, Tenn., 16. 
Pryor, R. M., Unionville, 111., 44. 

Quaite, W. G. L., Hopkinsville, Ky., 27. 
Quarles, T. C, Whitleyville, Tenn., 10.5. 

Radford, S. M., Coldwater, Ky., 61. 

Ragan, E. S., Lock Springs, Mo., 20. 

Ragan, J. M., Chula, Mo., 20. 

Ragan, .1. W., Donelton, Tex., 38. 

Ramsey, H. B., Ramsey, Tenn., 66. 

Randall, T. G., Cook, La., 57. 

Randolph, M. S., Omaha, 111., .34. 

Raukin, A. F., Bellbuckle, Tenn., .32. 

Ratlitf, W. C, Mount Pleasant, Tenn., 94. 

Ravens, D. F., St. .lohn, Wash., 118. 

Ray, Henrv, Huntsville, Ark., 119. 

Ray, H. J.," CuVja, Tenn., 66. 

Ray, James B., Marble, Ark., 119. 

Rea, P. G., Marshall, Mo., 75. 

Rea, S. L., luka. 111., 64. 

Read, M. E., Auburn, Ky., 56. 

Read, W. M., Browuington, Mo., .54. 

Reagan, C. G., Itasca, Texas, 24. 

Reed, H. R., Dver, Tenn., 43. 

Reed, J. M., Oakesdale, Wa-sh., 118. 

Reed, R. T., Huntland, Tenn., 32. 

Reeves, G. W., Liberty, Ark., 79. 

Reid, .1. W., Salona, Tex., 39. 

Renick, A. R., Stayden, Texas, 41. 

Renick, J. M., Stated Cl'k, Smithville, Tex., 23. 

Reyburii, C. H., Fresno, Cal., 113. 

Reynolds, R. W., Sareoxie. Mo., 7.3. 

Rice, L. C, Massack, Kv., 61. 

Rice, P. A., (irand .lunction. Col., 96. 

Rice, T. B., Knob Xoster, Mo., 54. 

Richards, J. J., Hillsboro, Tex., 24. 

Richards, .J. L., Troup, Tex., 112. 

Richard, H. M., Ellenorah, Mo., 87. 

Richards, T. J., Parcel la, Tex.. 112. 

Richardson, I. O'B., Center, Tex., 111. 

Richardson, Thuruian, Cecilian, Kv., 76. 

Ricketts, R. 1)., iMount Pleasant, Tenn., 94. 

Riley, .1. L., Cvnthiana, Ind., 45. 

Riley, P. M., Jeflerson, Tex., 60. 

Rippetoe, A., Watauga, Tex., 42. 

Ritchey, S. J., Gatewood, Kv., 80. 

Ritchey, J. W., Greentield, 'Mo., 82. 

Ritter, .T. C, Ewing, Tenn., 52. 

Roach, E. M., Ozark, Ark., 5. 

Roach, J. E., Auburn, 111., 97. 

Roach, R. B., Ozark, Ark., 17. 

Roach, T. K., Holtou, Kansas, 6. 

Roberts, C. B., Nolanville, Texas, 55. 

Robertson, J. E. F., Clarksburg, Mo., 75. 

Robertson, S. L., Buttalo Gap, Texas, 12. 

Robinson, Calvin, Caddo, I. T., 21. 

Robinson, George, Sharon, Kansas, 124. 

Robinson, J. G., Pleasant Hill, Miss., 81. 

Robinson, J. L., Henderson, Kv., 4. 

Robison, M. W., Blockton, Ala", 1. 

Rodgers, A. W., Vernon, Tex., 84. 

Rodgers, E. R., Taylorville, 111., 115. 

Rodgers, J. F., Greenview, 111., 101. 

Rodgers, W. T., Nashville, Tenn., 53. 

Rodgers, W. J., Quanah, Texas, 84. 

Rogers, F. L., Deport, Texas, 92. 

Rogers, W. P., Ozark, Ark., 5. 

Roley, W. T., Middletown, Mo., 100. 

Rose, J. B., Narka, Kan., 93. 

Ross, J. M., Berryville, Ark., 119. 

Ross, W. C, Macon, Miss., 74. 

Routt, J. L., Moberly, Mo., 62. 

Rowls, Ed., Sebastopol, Miss., 68. 

Royer, D. F., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 106. 

Rudolph, W. D., Shell City, Mo., 54. 



Rush, J. D., Honev Grove, Tex., 11. 

Rushing, G. W., , , 83. 

Rushing, W. C, Fort Worth, Te.xas, 91. 
Russell, C. A., Early, Texas, 42. 
Russell, C. C, Franklin, Ky., 56. 
Russell, Frank, Centerview, Mo., 54. 
Russell, G. B., Trussville, Ala., 107. 
Russell, J. A., Hartsville, Mo., 106. 
Russell, J. P., Cabot, Ark., 104. 
Russell, Matt., Veal's Station, Texas, 83. 
Russell, S. L., D.D., Stated Clerk, Gaylesville^ 

Ala. 109. 
Russell, W. R., Everton, Mo., 82. 
Rye, J. J., Clarksville, Tenn., 53. 

Sadler, A. M., Huffman, Ala., 107. 

Sadler, S. A., Auburn, Ky., 56. 

Sails, .1. W., Delaware, Ark., 88. 

Sammons, T. C, Stated Clerk, McGregor, Tex.^ 

117. 
Sanders, C. B., Columbia, Tenn., 94. 
Sanders, C. C, Molino, Tenn., .32. 
Sanders, R. E., Tehuacana, Tex., 110. 
Sanders, R. H., Columbus, Miss., 74. 
Sandidge, W. H. C, Columbia, Ky., 25. 
Sandlin, A. R.. Cayuga, Ind., 116. 
Saye, A. W., Breckenridge, Texas, — . 
Sossamon, D. J., Cove, Ark., 70. 
Sossamon, P. A., Cove, Ark., 70. 
Satterwhite, .1. D., Mine La Motte, Mo., 108. 
Scott, G. W., Middletown, Cal., 14. 
Scott, S. D., .Stephensburg, Ky., 76. 
Scruggs, B. C, Camden, Tenn., 43. 
Schwab, J. W., S. C, Hochheim, Texas, 41. 
Seals, Munroe, River Hill, Tenn., 105. 
Sears, H. W., Moberlv, Mo., 62. 
Self, G. W. C, Douglass, Tex., 111. 
Self, W. F., Greeneville, Tenn., 30. 
Settle, H. .T., Paris, Texas. 92. 
Shannon, T. .7., Auburn, Kv., 56. 
Sharp, G. W., Kirksville, Mo., 51. 
Sharp, H. M., Aguasealientes, Mexico, 42. 
.Sharp, J. E., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
Sharp, .1. M., .Jonesboro, Texas, 117. 
Sharp, Wm., Pomerov, Wash., 118. 
.Shaw, .1. A., Curia, Ark., 123. 
Shaw, W. E., Golden Citv, Mo., 82. 
Shaw, W. H., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
Shell, S. Lee, Brooks, Ark., 9. 
Sheltou, A. (t., Ozark, Ark., 5. 
Shelton, .1. M., Petersburg, 111., 101. 
Sherar, R. H., Paola, Kan., 48. 
Shinn, J. W., Lockesburg, Ark., 70. 
Shook, H. C, Bucklin, Mo., 20. 
Shook, R. D., Scottslioro, Ala., 95. 
Short, A., BellviUe, Kan., 93. 
Shull, S. R., Crossville, 111., 2. 
Silveus, W. F., D.D., Stated Clerk, Lebanon, 

O., 67. 
Silvius, G. H., Loudon, Tenn., 52. 
Simmons, J. W., Lewisburg, Tenn., 32. 

Simpson, G. M., , Ark., 92. 

Simpson, L. G., Nevada, Mo., 82. 
Sims, P. M., Cornersville, Tenn., 32. 

Sims, R. J., , Mo., 118. 

Sitton, J. J., San Francisco, Cal., 14. 
Skaggs, G. E., Sanger, Cal , 113. 
Skaggs, J. A., Visalia, Cal., 113. 
Skiles, E. R., Lebanon, Tenn., 53. 
Slankard, J. H., Masontown, Pa., 114. 
Sligar, J. M., Phelps Cltv, Mo., 87. 
Sloop, M. L., Athens, Tenn., 52. 
Small, .1. M., Bowie, Tex., 39. 
Small, T. H., Silverton, Ore., 78. 
Smaller, J. L , Seymore, Mo., 106. 
Smith.'j. H., Parhani, Tenn., 53. 
Smith, C. H., Ovilla, Texas, 9. 
Smith, Dawson, Grayville, 111., 2. 
Smith, H. F., Gallatin, Mo., 20. 
Smith, J. B. K., Columbus, Ga., 37. 
Smith, J. C, Bakersfield, Ala., 109. 
Smith, J. F., Lebanon, Tenn., 77. 



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Smith, Joe A., Economy, Ark., 33. 

Smith, J. J., Bragg, I. T., 19. 

Smith, J. M., Paugburn, Ark., 47. 

Smith, J. W., Entlers, Ark., 47. 

Smith, M. M., Bowling Green, Ky., oG. 

Smith, R. D., Corydou, Kv., 4. 

Smith, R. M., Elsa, 111., 101. 

Smith, R. P., Duplex, Teun., 94. 

Smith, T. G., Gaine.sboro, Tenn., 105. 

Smith, T. N., Sardis, Teun., .59. 

Smith, W. 0., Catliu, 111., 36. 

Smith, Willis, .Stated Clerk, Owensboro, Ky., 80. 

Smith, W. P., River Hill, Tenn., 10.5. 

Smith, E. B., Mt. Hamill, Iowa, 46. 

Smith, W. R., Flovd, Ark., 47. 

Snavely, J. F., RaVsville, I. T., 19. 

Sneed, J. W., Eutield, 111., 34. 

Sowers, J. P., Alone, Kv., 25. 

Spann, G. C, , — ^ , 83. 

Speegle, W. M., San Saba, Texas, 103. 
Spencer, Benj., D.D., Tehuacana, Tex., 110. 
Spencer, Wm., Stated Clerk, Longton, Kan., 48. 
Si>oonts, W. E., Tehuacana, Texas, 117. 
Sprowls, .1. P., D.D., f^aleni, 111., 64. 
Squier, E. K., D.D., Jlarshall, Mo., 8.5. 
Stainback, (i. T., D.D., Birmingham, Ala., 107. 
Stantield, J. T., Chico, Texas, 39. 
Staufield, R. W., Aurora, Tex., 42. 
Starnes, A. A., Maltsberger, Tenn., 30. 
St. Clair, G. W., Clifton Mills, Ky., 76. 
Steele, I. D., Nashville, Tenn., 53. 
Steele, L., Lerna, 111., 36. 
Steen, H. W., Ellettsville, lud., 69. 
Stephens, A. H., Chicago, 111., IS. 
Stephens, B. F., Black Jack Grove, Tex., 38. 
Stephens, John, Glenn's Store, Tenn., 94. 
Stephens, J. V., Bowling Green, Ky., .5(;. 
Stephens, W. H., Golden City, Mo.', 82. 
Stephens, J. W., Lebanon, Tenn., 110. 
Stephen.son, J. S., Reynolds, Neb., 93. 
Stevens, J. B., Nashville, Tenn., 94. 
Stewart, Cary, Sewee, Tenn., 16. 
Stewart, C. J., Clarksville, Ark., 33. 
Stewart, !S. T., Streator, 111., 85. 
Stinnett, J. W., Gatesville, Tex., 55. 
St. John, W. P., Blountsville, Ala., 107. 
Stockard, J. L., Erin. Teun., 15. 
Stockberger, J. W., Pitkin, Ark., .5. 
Stockton, E. D., Rising Star, Texas, 12. 
Stockton, E. J., Park's Store, Ala., 95. 
Stokes, C. E., Clarksville, Ark., 33. 
Stone, A. R., Wills' Point, Texas, 8. 
Stone, J. W., Waco, Texas, 117. 
Stockton, J. T., Newbern, Tenn., 77. 
Strain, B. B., Blue .Springs, Miss., 10. 
Strayhorn, N. T., Austin, Tex.. 23. 
Strickland, G. W., Sabougla, Miss., 126. 
Suddarth, W. W., Lebanon, Teun., .53. 
Sullivan, O. L., Gurlev, Ala., 95. 
Sullivan, W. F., (furley, Ala., 95. 
Sullivau, W. T., Bentouville, Ark., 70. 
Sullivan, J. W., Rich Hill, Mo., 121. 
Summers, S. W., Mont Eagle, Teun., 95. 
Swain, A. J., Windridge, Pa., 85. 
Swaim, J. A., Stated Clerk, Pryor Creek, I. T., 

17. 
Swearingin, M. W., Marengo, Tenn., 105. 
Sweeney, A. W., Walla Walla, Wash., US. 

Taliaferro, C. P., New Market, Ala., 95. 
Talent, I. C, Sparta, Teun., 105. 
Talley, J. C, Oxanna, Ala., 109. 
Tally, C. H., Nashville, Ark., 70. 
Tarpley, B., Midway, Texas, 102. 
Tatum, A. C, Burt, Tenn., 65. 
Taylor, A. M., Erin, Tenn., 15. 
Taylor, B. K., Chismville, Ark., 88. 
Taylor, B. M., Funis, Texas, 24. 
Taylor, S. A., Franklin, Tenn., .53. 
Teagarden, H. G., Oliveburg, Pa., 3. 
Tedtord, W. W., Hickory Plains, Ark., 104. 
Templeton, J. C, Salem, Oregon, 78. 



Templeton, S. M., Clarksville, Tex., 92. 

Templeton, W. G., Oak Cliff, Texas, 91. 

Tharp, J. H., Odessa, Mo., .54. 

Thomas, Ephraim, Oakland Citv, Ind., 45. 

Thomas, J. E., Brest, Mo., 73. 

Thomas, R. S., D.D., Coffeeville, Miss., 81. 

Thomas, B. F., Post Oak, Mo., 54. 

Thompson, E. E., Stated Clerk, Woodburn, 

Oregon, 78. 
Thompson, I. G., Stated Clerk, Belleville, 

Kan., 93. 
Thompson, I. L., Youngblood, Tenn., 65. 
Thompson, J. C, Golconda, 111., 44. 
Thompson, W. W., Princeton, Ala., 95. 
Thornton, J. C. , Warrensburg, Mo., 54. 
Thurman, W. T., Prescott, Ark., 70. 
Tigert, J. B., Howell, Teun., 32. 
Tillett, W. E., Tracy City, Teun., 32. 
Tinnon, B. M., D.D , Lincoln, 111., 58. 
Tipps, L. E., Miuden, Tex., 111. 
Tipton, B. T., Borden, Cal., 98. 
Toney, Thos. Webb Citv, Mo., 106. 
Torbit, T. M., Marion ville, Mo., 106. 
Totten, B. F., .Steptoe, Wash., 118. 
Townseud, M. H., Warren, Oklahoma Ter.,40. 
Travis, W. C. M., Weston, Ky., 89. 
Trou.sdale, W. A., Mcrriam, 111., 2. 
Tucker, David, Fayetteville, Teun., 32. 
Tucker, S., Springfield, Ark., 33. 
Turner, C. A. C, Strasburg, 111., 2. 
Turner, H. ,S., Monticello, Ky., 2.5. 
Turner, Wm., Lincoln, 111., iOl. 
Turuev, J. N.. Zephyr, Texas, 103. 
Tyler, F. J., Tullahoma, Tenn., 32. 

Uptegrove, E. L., Sidney, Iowa, 120. 
Upton, C. C, Crraham Texas, 83. 
Underwood, W. S., Raymond, Cal., 98. 

Vau Patten, J. C, Dayton, Wash., 118. 

Vanausdol, A., Chapel Hill, Mo., .54. 

Van Horn, G. W., Osaka, Japan, 114. 

Vau Horu, J. M., Valier, Pa., 3. 

Van Noy, C. C , Ti.shimingo, I. T., 19. 

Vaunice, R. L., Stated Clerk, Waukon, Iowa, 22. 

Vaughn, M. !M., Jewett, Texas, 102. 

Vaughn, R. P., Quitman, Ark., 47. 

Vick, L. F., Mt. Vernon, Tex., 38. 

Waggoner, J. B., Ballinger, Texas, 103. 
Waldrop, S. D., Mesciuite, Texas, 26. 
Walker, D. L., Stated Clerk, Manard, I. T., 19. 
Walker, H. L., Lebanon, Tenn., 95. 

Walker, J. F., , , 35. 

Walker, J. M., Kenton, Tenn., 77. 

Walker, J. P., Pasco Robles, Cal., 14. 

Walker, J. R., San Jose, Cal., 14. 

Walker, W. A., Freeman, Mo., 54. 

Walker, W. C, Newport, Tex., 39. 

Walker, W. J., Plevna, Ala., 95. 

Walker, W. J., Stated Clerk, Newport, Tex., 39. 

Walker, W. W., Prairie View, Ark., 88. 

Walkup, S. J., Montrose, Mo., .54. 

Wall, G. N., Ozark, Ark., 5. 

Wallace, C. H., Cottage Cirove, Oregon, 125. 

Wallace, S. D., Benton, Kan., 124. 

AValston, W. D., Wadesboro, Kv., 61. 

Ward. J. A., D.D., Gainesville, Tex., 24. 

Ward, J. S., Caney ville, Ky., 76. 

Ward, R. B., Independence, Mo., 54. 

Warren, J. B., Petersburg, Tenn., 32. 

Watkins, A. S., Tehuacaua, Tex., 8. 

Watkins, R. O., Kemp, Tex., 8. 

Watkius, W. W., Appleton, Ark., 33. 

Watson, B. T., Auburn, Ky., 89. 

Watson, C. G., Sullivan, 111., 28. 

Watts, B., Longton, Kau., 48. 

Wayman, J. S., AUkiuv, Mo., 87. 

Wayner, J. E., ," , 39. 

AVayuick, D. T., Trov, Tenn., 77. 
Wear, R. D., Cleburne, Texas, 91. 
Wear, W. D., Chillicothe, Texas, 84. 



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Webl), B. W., Oinega, Tcnu., 15. 

Webb, J. «., Mavtield, Kv., 61. 

Webb, W. M., Juno, Tenn., 59. 

Webb, T. O., Omega, Tenn., 15. 

AVellborn, C. B., Stated Clerk, Evansville, Ind., 

45. 
Welch, A. B., Lincoln, 111., 28. 
AVells, M. F., Fordland, Mo., 106. 
Wells, T. W., Thurlow, Ky., 25. 
AVeiner, W. W., Siiider, Texa.s, 12. 
West, J. B., Buffalo, Ky., 76. 
Whatlev, A. H., Carmichaels, Pa., ^o. 
Wheat,"W. C, Carthage, Mo., 73. 
Whitaker, R. J., .Santa Fe, Tenn., 94. 
AVhite, A. W., Waynesburg, Pa., 85. 
White, E. H., Stat. Cl'k, Caledonia, Mo., 122. 
White, J. H., Lisbon, Texas, 01. 
White, James, Greenview, 111., 101. 
White, J. G., D.D., Stanford, 111., .58. 
White, J. T., Sav:innah, Tenn., 94. 
White, Luther, Brownsville, Ore., 125. 
White, R. M., Ovilla, Tex., 91. 
White, W. II., Sherwood, Texas, 103. 
Whitehead, C. H., Marshall, Mo., 51. 
Whitehead, Redmond, Macon, Mo., 51. 
Whitener, J. A., Jas])er, Tenn., 16. 
Whiteside, J. B., Goreville, 111., 44. 
Whitfield, A. L., Princeton, X. J., 110. 
Whitlock, Thomas,- Homer, 111., 36. 
Whitman, J. P., Bel (Ireen, Ala., 63. 
AVhitsett, Y. W., Stated Clerk, Warrensburg, 

Mo., .54. 
AVhittemore, B. F., Stated Clerk, Mountain 

View, Cal., 14. 
Whitwell, E. O., Marshall, Mo., 121. 
Wigginton, T. A., Oxford. Miss., 81. 
Wilhoite, J. B., Apison, Tenn., 37. 
Wilkins, J. H., Sugar Grove, Ark., 88. 
Wilkinson, J. J., Beebe, Ark., .33. 
Wilks, M. A., Dawson, Tex., 24. 
Williams, A. L. , Jeannette, Texas, 83. 
Williams, F. A., Sparta, Tenn., 105. 
Williams, G. W., Norris f^ty. 111., 34. 
Williams, H. S., Chicago, III., 18. 
Williams, .1., Aurora, Mo., 82. 
Williams, J. J., Jacksonville, Texas, 112. 
Williams, J. J., Clarksville, Ark., 33. 
Williams, R. A., Memphis, Mo., 51. 
Williams, T. A., Ridge Farm, 111., 36. 
Williams, T. N., Stated Clerk, Bonham, Texas, 

11. 
Williams, W. A., Wolfe Citv, Tex., 11. 
Williams, W. J., Falcon, Tenn., .59. 
Williamson, W. A., Kennedale, Tex., 91. 
Williugham, G. I)., Stanford, 111., 58. 
Willis, A. P., Georgetown, Texas, 60. 
Willis, A. R., Anderson, Tenn., 9.5. 
Wilkins, F. R., Hazen, Ark., 104. 
Wilman, .los.. Brooks, Ark., 9. 
Wilson, A. A., Inverness, Fla., -35. 



Wilson, A. B., Branchville, Ala., 107. 
Wilson, F. P., Waterloo, Kan., 124. 
Wilson, G. A., Burnt Prairie, 111., 2. 
Wilson, (i. S., Rvan, I. T., 19. 
Wilson, J. L., Milano, Texas, 23. 
Wilson, Jas., Madisonville, Ky., 4. 
Wilson, J. J., Fairmount, 111., 97. 
Wilson, J. W., Star City, Ark., 9. 
Wilson, R. A. K., Milan, Tenn., 43. 
Wilson, S. E., Manchester, Tenn., 32. 
Wilson, W. H., Oakland, 111., .36. 
Winkler, W. .S., Haynesville, Ky., 80. 
Winn, John, Sue City, Mo., 51. 
Witherspoon, F. P., Stated Clerk, Mt. Vernon^ 

Mo., 82. 
Witherspoon, W. B., Piedmont, Ala., 109. 
Witt, C. W., Xew Roe, Ky., .56. 
Wofford, J. H., McKinnev, Texas, 26. 
Womack, O. C. Dixon, Kv., 4. 
Wood, D. H., Brittsville, tenn., 16. 
Wood, T. B., Stated Clerk, Columbus, 

Miss., 74. 
Woodruff, G. L.. Princeton, Ky., 89. 
Woods, D. X., Mount Vernon, Mo., 82. 
Woods, .T. F., Rayner, Texas, 12. 
WiHids. J. W., Mattoon, 111., 28. 
Woods, S. O., B(mham, Texas, 11. 
Woolev, C. A., Eugene Citv, Ore., 12.5. 
Woodv, S. L., Mexico, Mo!, 100. 
Worth, Edward, Athens, 111., 101. 
Wortham, W. E., West Clifty, Ky., 76. 
Wright, Austin, Rockv Comfort, Ark., 70. 
Wright, C. J., Pattv's Gap, Tenn., 52. 
Wright, E. yi.. Washington, Ind., 69. 
Wright, J. B., Waldrip, Texa.s, 103. 
Wyatt, D. Y., Calera, Ala., 1. 
Wvatt, .1. L., Lebanon, Tenn., 1. 
Wvatt, S. M., Martin, Tenn., 43. 
Wvekoff, J. M., Kinmundv, 111., 64. 
WVley, B. F., Vaiden, Miis., 126. 
Wvlie, F. M., Beebe, Ark., 104. 
Wvnn, P. W., Chillicothe, Mo., 20. 
Wyiins, W. W., Boardlcy, Ky., 4. 

Yager, ('.. Fresno, Cal., 113. 

Yates, Alonzo, Monroe Citv, Ind., 45. 

Yates, C. W., Albion, 111., "2. 

Yates, H. Clay, D.D., Vincennes, Ind., 45. 

Yoklev, I. N., Petersburg, Jnd., 45. 

Y'oung, H. F., Stated Clerk, Clinton, Tex., 38> 

Young, Ri^bert, Corinth, Miss., 10. 

Young, R. T., .lordan Brook, Ark., 70. 

Young, T. K., Robard's Station, Kv., 4. 

Y'oung, V. W., Eldorado, 111., 34. 

Y'ounghanee, E(l., Columbus, Miss., 74. 

Zelner, M., Hickory Withe, Tenn., 66. 
Zinn., J. A., Warre'n, Ok. Ter., 40. 
Zwingle, .1. H., Helena, Ala., 1. 



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Aaron, ,1. P., Crocus, Ky., 25. 

Aikin, W. M., Black Jack Grove, Texas, 

38. 
Allinder, B. I., Piedmont, .Ma., 1. 
Alli.son, C. H., Alpine, Ala., 109. 
Anderson, W. I)., Caneyville, Ky., 76. 
Anderson, W. M., McLcansboro.Ill., 34. 
Apple, Wm., Granville, Tenn., 105. 
Atkinson, T. H., Chicago, 111., 36. 
Awbrey, J. E., Tehuacana, Texas, 92 

Banister, H. M., Memphis, Mo., 51. 
Barnes, L. G., Ashmore, 111., 36. 
Bates, T. L., Boonsboro, -•V.rk., 5. 
Bell, J. W. T., Ellaton, Tenn., 94. 
Bennett, W. M., Eastland, Texas — . 



Berry, C. L., Kau-sas Citv, Mo., .54. 
Biddle, R. L., Khedive, Pa., 8.5. 
Boatman, G. C, Ewing, Tenn., .52. 
Bonebrake, F. M., Cushing, I. T., 17. 
Bonher, E. .1., Glendale, Ind., 69. 
Boyd, W. J., Whitney, Texas, 24. 
Bridges, W. .S., Princeton, .\la., 95. 
Bromley, J. A. L., Ayres, Ala., 107. 
Brow, R. H., Xewark, Tenn., 105. 
Brown, J. X.. Slick Rock. Ky., 25. 
Brown, A. R., P:nfield, 111., 2". 
Browne, John R., King's Point, Mo., 82. 
Bryant, J. T., Comanche, Texas, 12. 
Buchanan, Thos., Jr., Lebanon, Tenn., 65. 
Burkes, H. H., Lampasas, Tex., 55. 
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Campbell, E. .S., Cayuga, Iiid., — . 
Campbell, J. F., Campbellsville, Ky., 25. 
Campbell, S. J., .Sarcoxie, Mo., 106. 
Campbell, W. L., Georgetown, 111., 36. 
Cardwell, S. .S., (iranville, Tenn., 10.5. 
Carloek, I. D., Rioeville, Tenn., .52. 
Caruthers, .J. A., (iaither, Ark., 119. 
Chaffin, .1. AV., Muenster, Texas, 42. 

Chauncey, A. W., , , 70. 

Cherry, J. T., Roodhouse, 111., 101. 
Claycomb, J. F., Campbellsville, Ky., 25. 

Clavpool, J. E., , , 82. 

Cochran, C. L., Henderson, Tenn., 59. 
Cole, K. W., Tehiiacana, Texas, 26. 
Collins, A. A., Rodman, Ark., 9. 
Collins, C. M., Lincoln, III., 97. 
Conrad, E. F., Arrovo Grande, Cal., 14. 
Cooper, G. C, Bloomtield, Ind., 69. 
Coulter, D. P., Mavfield, Ky.,61. 
Cowgill, W. B., Favetteville, Ark., 5. 
Cox, .1. C, Eddvville, 111., 44. 
Cox, .S. A., Eads, Ark.. -5. 
Crane, G. A., Gatewood, Mo., 121. 
Crawford, J. S. B., Oliver Springs, Tcun.. •■; 
Cribbs, C. F., McKenzie, Tenn., 4:i. 
Cummins, John, Caneyville, Ky., 76. 
Curry, S. J., Gays, 111., 28. 

Davis, G. .S., Lingleville, Texas, 117. 
Day, E. S., Sparta, Pa., 85. 
Bearing, H. B., Gait, Mo., 20. 
Dehl, E.. West York, 111., h'6. 
Delzell, .John, Henderson, Mo., 106. 
Derr, .1. \V., New Holland, 111., 101. 
Deverick, Thos., Moonshine, 111., 36. 
Dickey, C. L., Lebanon, Tenn., 77. 
Diltz,"R. E., Tehuacana, Texas, .55. 
Doak, .T. A., Lebanon, Tenn., .53. 
Dunham, J. A., Paris, Texas, 92. 
Dysart, Robert, (Iranberiy, Texas, 91. 

Engel, J. C, Centerview, Mo., .54. 
Eunis, J. E., Cisco, 111., 28. 
Erickson, J. W., Shiiiar, Texas, 23. 
Epperson, M. B., Clarksville, Ark., 79. 

Fackler, C. I., Waynesburg, Pa., 116. 
Fender, G. W., Tehuacana, Texas, 26. 
Frampton, Joseph, Punxsutawney, Pa., 3. 
Franklin, J. T., Veal Station, Texas, 39. 
Fisher, H. W., Pattousburg, Mo., 20 
Fisher, R. B., Patoka, Ind., 45. 
Fitzluigh, O. M., Grandburv, Texan, 91. 
Fitzhugh, W. B., Grandbufy, Texas. 91. 
Foster, H. A., College Mound, Mo., 62. 
Foulks, F. M., Lebanon, Tenn., 56. 
Fuller, J. A., Tehuacana, Texas, 92. 
Fulton, J. L., , , 64. 

Gale, George D., Lowemont, Kansas, 6. 
Garrison, R. B., Protenius, Tenn., 77. 
Gerard, A. B., Shobouier, 111., 64. 
Girling J. B., Farmington, Col., 98. 
Glenn, J. F., Bailcyton, Ala., 107. 
Gliek. Jos. M., St. Joseph, Mo., 87. 
Goodrich, H. W., Havrisburg, 111., 84. 
Goodson, C. P., Tehuacana, Texas, 112. 
Goodwin, L. F., Mt. Pinson, Ala., 107. 
Gordon, \V. B., Warrensburg, Mo., 54. 
(iould, F. L,, Lincoln, 111., 58. 
Grant, F. A., Atlanta. 111., 58. 
Gray, L. B., Tehuacana, Te.xas. 24. 
Green, A. R., Davis, Mi-s., 68. 
Gregory, Joseph, Patoka, Ind., 45. 
Grey, Wni., Chico, Texas, 39. 

Hanna, J. M., Coffadeliah, Miss , 68. 
Harris, E. A., New Florence, Mo., 100. 
Harris, J. R., Lebanon, Tenn., 53. 
Hawkins, E. K., Millerstowu, Ky., 76. 
Haynes, J. B., Buras, Ky., 76. 
Hayes, Robert, Valier, Pa., 3. 



1 Havs, M. C, Minden, Tex., 111. 
j Head, W. H., Huffines, Texas, 60. 

Headeu, E. V., Pomona, Kan., 48. 

Hendricks, H. AV., Tii>tonville, Tenn., 177. 

Hodge, A. C, Liberty, Ark., 79. 

Houk, N. D., Boonsboro, Ark., 5. 
I Holcomb, F. M., Lebanon, Tenn., 81. 

Holder, B. L., McKenzie, Tenn., 77. 

House, J. (;.. Entield, HI., 2. 

Howard, J. G., Henrietta, Texas, 24. 

Howe. AVm., Taylorville, 111., 115. 

Howells, Benjamin, Punxsiitawnev, Pa., .3. 

Hubbert, G. O., MCo<d, Miss., 126. 

Hudson, VV. R., AVild Cherrv, Tenn., 77. 
I Hughes, AV. B., Dallas, Texas, 26. 

Irwin, Max., luka. 111., 64. 

Jennings, E. W. L., LaCrosse, Ark., 123.. 
Jennings, C. L. S., Mitchell, Ark., 123. 
Johns, VV. D., Ben Wheeler, Texas, 8. 
Johnsey, J. G., Helena, Ala., 1. 
Johnson, C. C, Waverly, Tenn., 1.5. 
Johnson, J. L., Henderson, Mo., 106.. 
' Johnston, A. D., La Plata, Mo., 51. 

Keathley, R. M., Lebanon, Tenn., 77. 
I Keen, R. J., Sioneboro, Pa., 3. 
! Keen. AV. H., Merriam. 111., 2. 
I Kennedy, D. M., Mt. Moriah, Ark., 79. 
i Kirby, J. T., Cisco, Texas, 12. 

Kirbv, AV. F., Lebanon, Tenn., 5. 

Knight, E. W., Clarksville, Texas, 92. 

I Laird, AV. A., .Saulsbury, Tenn., 10. 
! Lanipton, T. A., Montrose, Mo., 54. 
' Latham, H. L., Bloomiugton, 111., .58. 

Lang, Jere, Guutersville, .\la., 95. 

Layman. J. W., Millerstowu, Kv., 76. 

I>edbetter, AV. H., San Saba, Texas, 103. 
! Lee, B. E., Montevallo, Ala., 1. 

I^e, P. D , Montevallo, Ala., 1. _, 
I Leinbach, S. U., Kansas City, Mo., o4. 

Lewis, L. J , Lebanon, Tenn., 65. 

Levda, George M., Bentlevville, Pa., 85. 

Logan, AV. T., Cavanal, I.'T., .50. 

Lyles, J. \V., .\rmstead. La., 57. 

Mc.Adow, W. A'., Lebanon, Tenn., 65. 
, McCaslin, L. B., Steclville. Mo., 115. 
i McCaslin, R. J., Filniore, 111., 115. 

McCluney, J. T., Trussville, -Ala., 107. 

McCrarv, AV. S., Mount Pleasant, Kan., 6. 

Mc( iirry, C E., Salisbnrv, Mo., 62. 

M<I)aniel, A. S., Faucctt, .Mo., 87. 

.McDonnell, H. L., (iranville, Tenn., 10.5.. 

MeDonnold, Reed L., Lebanon, Tenn., .5.3. 

McGlumphv, G. W., Clarksville, Ark., :iL 

.McMlcan, B. F., Marion, Kv., .H9. 

McVicker, H. G., Billings, b., 71. 

.Alacon, AV. S., Borden, Cal., 98. 

Martin, J. M., Bogota, Texas, 92. 

Mason, R. L., Cccilton, Tenn., 37. 

Mercer, T. L , Newmanville, Tenn., 30. 

Middlcton, H. E.. Manchaca, Texas, 41. 

Miller, J. AV., Lowcry City, Mo., .54. 

Milstead. James, Saulsbury, Tenn., 10. 

Mollov, M. B., Pula.ski, Tenn., 94. 

Moore", AV. L., Stratford, Mo., 106. 
, Moore, AV. E., , Texas, 42. 

Morphis, AV. J., Longview, Texas, 60. 

Nance, E. L., Huntsville, Ala., 95. 
Neel, AV. S., Minden, Texas, 111. 
Nicholson, W. T., AVhitewright, Texas, 11. 
Norris, H. R., Prathervijlc, Mo., 87. 
Norwood, C. AV. C, Chico, Texas, 39. 

Obanon, S. L., Sturgis, Miss., 74. 

Oglevee, AV. G., Chicago, 111., 58. 
I Oglevie, C. T., Barren Fork, .Ark., 123. 
1 Orman, D. G., New Market, Ala., 95. 



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Orsbourn, J. S., Wellsville, Kan., 4S. 
Overby, E. R., Lebanon, Tcnn.. (U. 

Park, Sterling, Italv, Texas, 91. 
Perry, E. R., New York, N. Y., 4.5. 
Pitman, R., McKenzie, Tenn., 43. 
Pitts, ('. E., Clark.sville, Ark., 33. 
Price, R. L., Lebanon, Mo., 100. 
Priest, C, Ann'tta, Ky., 7(5. 
Priest, M. M.^Aunetta, Ky., 76. 

Eani-sey, L. C, Tenaha, Texas, 111. 
Ramsey, J. L., Pecan Gap, Texas, 11. 
Ramsey, R. S., (ireentield, Mo., «2. 
Ray, W. J., Maxwell, Iowa, 22. 
Heagan, T. G., Kirksvillo, Mo.. .51. 
Reid, W. R., Texarkana, Texas, GO. 
Heed, S. B., Clyde, Ark., .5. 
Reed, W. T., Marshall, Mo., 100. 
Richardson, A. B. , .Sherman, Tex., 11. 

Richardson, T. .1., , • — -, 70. 

Richmond, M. R., Wheat, Tenn., .52. 
Ridenour, A. N., Buftalo Gap, Tex., 12. 
Ritchev, J. T., Sherman Heights, Tenn., 37. 
Rosco, T. J., Baileyton, Ala., 107. 
Rosenberger, G. M , Mem])his, Mo., -51. 
Rushing, H., Clarksville, Ark., 33. 
Rutledge, W. C, Forestburg, Texas, 42. 

Sansom, T. R., Piedmont, Ala., 109. 

Schaeffer, J. R., Otterville, Mo., 75. 

Sevier, Simon, Magazine, Ark., 8S. 

Sexton, .1. W., Gradvville, Kv., 25. 

Sexton, W. A., Liberty, Ala., 107. 

Sharp, L. C, Butler, Mo., .54. 

Sharp, II. ('., Butler, Mo., .54. 

Shell, S. A., Brocks, Ark., 9. 

Slielton, G. W., Fountain City, Tenn., Ki. 

Sherred, J. M., Antlers, I. T., 21. 

Shinn, P. B., Logansport, Ind., UG. 

Sidenstricker, V., Odessa, Mo., .54. 

Sigler, J. A., Providence, Kv., 4. 

^Sinis, A. M., Keysl)urg, Ala.", 109. 

Simsons, D. W., Mangum, Oklahoma, Ter., 40. 



Smith, A. M., Huntsville, Ala., 9.5. 
Smith, Dawson, Maytield, Ky., 61. 
Speegle, E. H., Taylor, Texas, .5.'.. 
.Spence, M. L., Buftalo Gap, Te.xas, 12. 
Stephenson, A. W., Etowahton, Ala., 109. 
Stem, R. L., Rockvale, Tenn., 32. 
Steele, I. L., Humboldt, Tenn., 43. 
Stiedly, H. M., Lincoln, 111., 101. 
Stockton, O. L., Kenton, Tenn., 77. 
Sturgeon, Lewis, Litchtield, Ky., 76. 
.Summers, J. O., Mont Eagle, Tenn., 9.5. 
Surface, E. B., Marshall, Mo., 124. 

Taylor, R. P., Springville, Ala., 107. 
Temple, J. M., Snider, Texas, 12. 
Thompson, J. M., Woodburn, Oregon, 7S. 

Tilburn, E. O., , , 91. 

Turner, G. H., Taylorville, 111., 11-5. 

Vineyard, D. M., Lel>anon, Tenn., 13. 

Waggaman, Charles, Humrick, 111., 36. 
Walker, R. W., Pendleton, Oregon, 118. 
Wallace, M. D., Lebanon, Tenn., 1. 
Walter, F. G., Murfrcesboro, Tenn., 6.5. 
Weaver, .1. H., Lebanon, Tenn., .5. 
Weedin, W. IL, Lebanon, Tenn., 94. 
Whitehead, W. G., Piechuont, Ala., 107. 
White, James, Saulsburv, Tenn., 10. 
Whiteside, J. A., Gorevi'lle, 111., 44. 
Wilhoite, T. M., Apison, Tenn., 37. 
Williams, A. N., Albany, Oregon, 78. 
Williams, M. D., Emmett. Ark., 70. 
Williams, S. F., Clinton, Mo., 54. 
Wiley, Alfred, .Star City, Ark., 9. 
Wilsliire, J. M., Burleson, Texas, 91. 
Wilson, C. J., .St. Joseph, Mo., 87. 
Wilson, .S. J., An.son, Texas, 12. 
Wood, M. E., Lebanon, O., 67. 
Worlev, J. C., Ode.ssa, Mo., .54. 
Wright, J. B., , , 70. 

Zaricor, S. B., Waverly, Tenn., 77. 
Zimmerman, W. F., Marshall, Mo., 75. 



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Adams, J. A., Lebanon, Oregon, 125. 
Adams, J. H., Lexington, Tenn., .59. 
Adams, S. B., Moberly, Mo., 62. 
Albright, H. M., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 100. 
Allen, C. J., McKenzie, Tenn., 43. 
Allen, Thos., McKenzie, Tenn., 43. 
Alexander, B. G., Lebanon, Ttnn., 53. 
Alexander, J. M., Calera, Ala.. 1. 
Alsup, John H., Henderson's X Roads, Tenn. 

65. 
Anderson, F. E., Tehuacana, Texas, 41. 
Andraegg. John, Jr., Tracy City, Tenn., 32. 
Arthur E., Glendale, Ind., 69. 
Ashhurst, J. G., Lewis, Cal., 98. 
Ausbrooks, T. D., Perdue, Tenn., 56. 

Bailiff, T. C, West York, 111., 36. 
Baker, L. D., Cameron, Texas, 23. 
Baker, E. F., Marshall, Mo., 75. 
Barnett, Peyton, Westport, Mo., 54. 
Barton, W. P., Blooming (Jrove, Texas, 24. 
Basham, M. W., West View, Ky., 76. 
Bates, C. D , Fayetteville, Ark., .5. 
Bates, M. J., Cumargo, Tenn., .32. 
Bell, J. F., Fulbright, Texas, 92. 
Berrvhill, Benj., Pomona, Kan., 48. 
Boatwright, J. L., Man.ird, I. T., 19. 

Bond, Calvin, , I. T., 21. 

Boston, W. C, Antioch, Ark., 104. 
Bowen, Oliver, Clarksdale, Mo., 87. 
Bovd, A. L., Tehuacana, Texas, 24. 
Bratcher, J. K., Ettaton, Tenn., 94. 



Bright, J. C, Baileyton, Ala., 107. . 
Bryden, C. E., Cedar (irove, (ia., 37. 
Bruce, Walter, Lebanon, Tenn., -53. 
Buchanan, C. E., Moberly, Mo., 62. 
Burbridge, B. F., Ashley, Mo., 100. 
Burns, W. P., Flatwoods, Tenn., 94. 
Burrow, D. J., Joaquin, Texas, 111. 
Butler, N. D., Roff, L T., 19. 

Carmichael, J. R., Douglass, Texas, 111. 
Carpenter, B. F., Buck Horn, I. T., 19. 
Carpenter, H. W., Otwell, Ind., 69. 
Carr, Isaac, Livingston, Tenn., 105. 
Chambers, W. C, Cleveland, Ark., 33. 
Chandler, R. E., Lebanon, Tenn.. .53. 
Cha.se, W. D., Robertson Mills, Mo., 106 
Clack, I. X., Blum, Texas, 80. 
Claggett, R. H., Hopkinsyille, Ky., 27. 
Clark, H. O., La Plata, Mo., 51. 
Clark, I. F., Wvley's Cave, Ark., 119. 
Coats, L. J., Marshall, Mo., 31. 
Cole, Wilson, Kosuma, I. T., 21. 
Collins, Wm., Hazleton, Ind., 45. 
Colyar, J. C, Areata, Cal., 113. 
Conrad, C. F., Arroyo Grande, Cal., 14. 
Cooper, F. M., Wallace, Miss., 81. 
Copeland, Benj., Mulberry. Tenn., 32. 
Costelow, V. B., Auburn, Ky., .56. 

Couch, W. S., , , 39. 

Cox, I. N., Midway, Texas, 102. 

Crandall, W. M., , Texas, 42. 

Crocker, Ed., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 106. 



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■Crossland, J. M., Cadarotta, MisjS.. 12G. 
■Crumpley, J. T., Marionville, Mo., 106. 

Darby, Wm. L., Evansville, Iiul.,.53. 
Davids<)7i, T. W., Lebanon, TeiiTi., 121. 
Davis, E. P., Union, Neb., 72. 

Deaigh, A. W., , -, 118. 

Dickson, H. P., Worthani, Tenn., 53. 
Doran, I. H., Buttalo Gap, Texas., 100. 
Duncan, C. W., Cross Anchor, Tenn., 30. 
Duncan, W. F., Gatewood, Ky., 80. 

Eddins, A. F., Howell, Tenn., .32. 
Elder, M. P., Tehuacana, Texas, 41. 
Everett, C. H., Mabel, Tenn., .52. 

Fain, George, Vienna, 111., 44. 
Finlev, J. S., Norwood, Mo., 106. 
Fletcher, D. E., Callao, Mo., 51. 
Flora, E. F., Longton, Kan., 48. 
Flowers, J. \V.. Andrew, Tenn., 94. 
Francis, C, McKinney, Texas., 2(). 
Freeman, C. S., Harperville, Miss., 08. 
Fry, tieorge, Owensboro, Ky., 80. 

Garst, F. L., Stanford, 111., .58. 
Gilhaiu, .7. F., Adville, Ala., 107. 
Gommage, T. F., Tehuacana, Texas, 102. 
Goodall, A. S., Oakland City., Ind., 45. 
Goodwin, J. S., Miller, Miss., 87. 
Grafton, N. F., Athens, Ala., 42. 
Gray, W. E., Fairview. Ky , 27. 
Graves, E. W., Owensboro, Kv., 80. 
Green, W. I., Sebastopol, Miss., 68. 
■Grove, P. A., Marshall, Mo., 26. 

Hankins, G. H., Grant, Tenn., 53. 
Hardin, John, Elkton, Ky., 27. 
Harlan. Alonzo, Rolling Home, Mo., 62. 
Harmon, J. H., GreeneVille, Tenn., 30. 
Harris, J. R., Lewi.sburg, Tenn 
Harris, T. D., Stronghurst, III., 97. 
Havden, .1. M., Kuttawa, Ky., 80. 
Hefington, H. H., Brooks, Ark., 9. 
Hicks, J. R., Lyons, Ind., 69. 
Hilburn, Thos., Oxford, Miss., 74. 
Hines, W. N, C, Goldarner, La., 57. 
Hollister, F. W., Oxmoor, Ala., 1. 
Horton, W. A., Cedar Lane, Tenn., 30. 
Howard, J. K., Quanah, Texas, 84, 
Howard, G, P., Pulaski, Tenn., 94. 
Howser, Jas., Brittsville, Tenn., 16. 
Hudiburg, .1. W., Mt. Olive, Tenn., 94. 
Hudson, C. .1., Tehuacana, Texas, 21. 
Hytche, A. L., Tuscaloosa, Ala., 74, 

Idol, M, T,, Union Star, Mo., 87, 
Ingram, E, E,, Lebanon, Tenn., 118. 

Jacobs, Galen, Richmond, Mo., 87. 
Jaggars, R. A., Brooks, Ark., 9. 
Jeffries, Thos., New Salem, Mo., 114. 
Jenkins, G. F., Memphis, Mo., 51. 
Johnston, J. L., Ozark, Ark., 105. 
Jones, J. J., Marysville, Texas, 42. 

Jones, J. L., , ., 39. 

Jones, J. W., Pella, Texas, 39. 
Jones, S. N., Ilackett, Ark., 50. 
Jones, Wesley, Caddo, I.T.. 21. 
Jordan, J. W., Piedmont, Ala., 109. 

Keithley, Herbert, Ashley, Mo., 100. 

Kelley, \V. L>., , .,68. 

Kelley, Wm., Gainesville, Texas, 42. 
Xergan, .T. L., .Slack Rock, Ky., 2.5. 
King, J. H., Wingo, Ky., 61. 
Knott, R., Garfield, Kj-., 76. 
Kreig, .S. M., Rumble, Ind,, 45, 
Kohl, C, W,, Marshall, Mo,, 75, 

Lackey, A. C, Fairy, Texas, 117. 
X,andis, E. B., Bellbuckle, Tenn., 32. 



Lee, G. M., Erin, Tenn.. 1.5. 
Lee, W. P., Stanfield, Ala., 109. 

Lemon, J. B., , Mo., 82. 

Lindsey, J. H., Marlow, L T., 19. 

Lowry, J. W., Jr., Picken's Station. Miss., 12() 

Mack, G. H., Marshall, Mo., 16. 
Macklin, De Walt, Wavnesburg, Pa., 85. 
Mahr, W. C, Lincoln," 111., 45. 
M'.dcom, William, Waxahachie, Texas, 91. 
Malone, T. R., Lebanon, Tenp., 74. 
Martin, H. S., Norris City, 111., 34. 
Marcrum, W. R., Huntsville, Ala., 95. 
Mattice, S. T., Raleigh, 111., 34. 
Maxwell, J. H., Bentonville, Ark., 5. 
McAlister, W. R., Holly Grove, Miss., 126. 
McCaffity, S. F., .Stone Point, Texas, 8. 
McClung, J. P., Tehuacana, Texas, 24. 
McCurry, C. F., .Salisbury, Mo., 62. 
McCommon, Willie, Albany, Mo., 87. 
McConnell, O. B., Bradford! Tenn., 43. 
MeCov, C. D., Yincennes, Ind., 45. 
McKimniev, J. F., Garfield, Cal., 113. 
McPhail, .S. M. Colfax, T^ xas, 8. 
McWilliams, A. B., Favetteville, Tenn., 32. 
Meade, E. E., Washington, Ind., 69. 
Means, J. T., Pella, Texas, 42. 
McYev, .S. H., Pruitt, Texa.s, 8. 
Medealf, T. C, Dale, Ind., 45. 
Meredith, J. R., Prosperity, Pa., 85. 
Mitchell, T. A., Tehuacana, Texa.s, 32. 
Moore, R. A., Fredonia, Kv., 89. 
Moore, D. W. D., Fredonia Kv., 89. 
Moreland, J. H., Goldthwaite, Texas, 103. 
Morgan, L. B., TuUahoma, Tenn., 32. 
Morton, M. A., Burnet, Texas, 55. 
Murphy, E. B., Dresden, Tenn., 43. 

Nading Jas., Richmond, Mo., 87. 
Neel, J. H., Princeton, Kv., S9. 
Neely, \V. S., Hazleton, liid., 45. 
Newton, J., Hampton, Ark., 9. 
Nieholus, Izaus, Remington, I. T., 21. 

Oakley, Joseph, Lebanon, Tenn., 53. 
Odell. J. W., Pecan Ciap, Texas, 11. 
Ogden, D. M., Lebanon, Tenn., 113. 
'Organ, A. G.. Walpole, 111., 34. 
Overton, W. A., Lawrence, Ala., 109. 

Padgett, W. F., Lebanon, Tenn., .53. 
Perry, E. A., Lexington, Ala., 63. 
Ponii, (i. L. M., Favetteville, Ark., 5. 
Porter, T. IL, West Point, Tenn., 94. 
Price, W. A., Tullahoma, Tenn., 32. 
Provow, Wm., Lick Creek, 111., 44. 

Quah Gam Sing, Lebanon, Tenn., 53. 

Ragland, J. B., Magnolio, Ky., 76. 
Reavio, G. T., Grassy Cove, Tenn., .52. 
Reavis, G. T., Grassy Cove, Tenn., 16. 
Renshaw, Jas., Sodaville, Oregon, 78. 
Reynolds, E. R., Kirksville, Mo., 51. 

Rhea, S. G., , Ky., 4. 

Riggs, A. M., Yan Buren, Pa., 85. 
Roach, J. H., Lone Oak. Texas, .38. 
Robinson, M., Velpen, Ind., 69. 
Robuek, C. B., Marshall, Mo., 96. 

Rudolph, Samuel, , , 61. 

Ramsey, Richard, Eddyville, 111., 44. 
Russell, J. M., Blackford, Ky., 89. 
Russell, A. P., Pitman, Ark., 122. 

Said, W. L, Mitchell. Ark., 123. 

Samson, J. A., Mangum, Oklahoma Ter., 40. 

Schnapp, T. J., Loyd, 111., 101. 

Sheedd, A. E., Borden, Cal., 98. 

Shepherd, R. L., La Plata, Mo., 51. 

Sherman. R. E., Independence, Mo., 54. 

Sherred, Josephus, , I.T., 110. 

Shope, F. A. Russellville, Pa., 86. 
Sidenstricker, Vernon, Odessa, Mo., 54. 



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Simpson, Paul, Center Star, Ala., 63, 
.Stelle, J. N., Foster, Mo., 54. 
Stansberrv, McClure, Longview, Texas, CO. 
.Stowe, S. A., Veal's Station, Texas, 83. 
Strahon, J. E., Toll House, Cal., 113. 
Street, L. A., Munford, Tenn., 66. 
Stribbling, R. B., Wliitthorne. Tenn., 43. 
Swaim, W. T., Bethel .Springs, Tenn., -59. 
Sweeto, J. G., Russellville, Ark., 33. 

Tallent, G. A., Bellvue, Texas, 39. 
Tanner, C. S., Hannibal, Mo., 100. 
Taylor, A. J., Auburn, Kv., 56. 
Taylor, B. J., Pella, Texas, 42. 
Taylor, Samuel, Ranliu, 111., 36. 

Taylor, Thomp.son, , — — ., 21. 

Terry, L. L., Big Clil'ty, Ky., 76. 
Thompson, Lee, Stampede, Texas, 117. 
Thompson, I. N., Pence, Kan., 31 
Thompson, M. L., Lebanon, Tenn., 65. 
Thomas, E. S., Carthage, Mo., 73. 
Todd, Thos., Marshall, Mo., 62. 
Tooke, K. P., Ringold, La., 57. 
Tucker, George, Mt. Hope, Ala., 63. 
Tucker, P. D., Gainesville, Texas, 42. 
Tunstell, G. A., , ., 27. 



Vaughn, R., Selt'ville, Ala., 107. 
Wade, Abel, ■ 



, .,21. 

Ward, Leo, Bumot, Mo., 122. 
Wayraan, M. L., Albany. Mo. 
Weems, J. A., Center Star, Ala., 63. 
Welch, J. M., Bellbuckle, Tenn., 32. 
Wells, T. H., Okolona, Tenn., 105. 
West, J. G.. Kingsville, Mo., 54. 
White, W. H., Caledonia, Mo., 122. 
Whittle, R. G., Woodburn, Oregon, 78. 
Whitlock, C. I., Georgetown, 111., 36. 
Wiles, R. A., Lacros.se. Ark, 123. 
Williams, Austin, Atoka, I. T., 21. 
Williams, S. B., Mount Pinson, Ala., 107 
Willis, Edmond P., Liikfata, I. T., 21. 
Willis, W. J., West Point, Tenn., 94. 
Wilson, Elmo, Oakland Citv, Ind., 45. 
Wilson, R. B., New Castle, Pa., 86. 
Winstead, W. S., McKeuzie, Tenn., 61. 
Wooteu, J. M., Lebanon, Tenn., 16. 
Wright, J. E., Kenton, Tenn., 77. 

Yates, C. A., McKeuzie, Tenn., 61. 
I York, Perry, Jonesville, 111., 36. 



EXPLANATORY NOTE. 



The following Statistical Tables are not as full as they should be, nor are they, as a whole, 
entirely accurate. The columns which show the contributions made to the several Boards of 
the Church can be relied upon, for the figures in said columns were obtained from the reports 
of these Boards to the General Assembly. In almost every ease the footings in those columns 
were found to be correct. In a few of them, however, there were slight inaccuracies in the 
additions ; but the errors were too insignificant to justify any altprations in the figures. 

The greatest defect in these Tables is seen in the column marked " Total Membership." 
In iiuite a number of the Reports of Stated Clerks of Presbyteries the membership is diniin- 
islied ; and thi.s decrease, too, is reported in despite of the fact that the column marked "Addi- 
tions for the Year " shows a very large increase ! The reason a.ssigiied by Stated Clerks for 
this inoonsistency is that Clerks ol Church Sessions will not report " all on Church roll " — will 
simply give the number of efficient members, because they are unwilling to have tlieir congre- 
gations "taxed" in proportion to the entire membership. But while this is the case, and 
while the "total membership" column will make an exhilut of members below what they 
really should be, yet it is a fact that the denomination, not only in membership, but in all the 
e.ssential elements of prosperity, is moving grandly forward. 

The number of congregations will apparently be considerably increased, but to a great 
extent this arises from the fact that, in some cases, our Boards give credit to the names of the 
pest-offlce.s at which the letters containing remittances were mailed instead of to the congrega- 
Hons which contributed the funds. As will be seen, the congregations given by Stated Clerks 
of Presbyteries are numljered, and the places not thus given have no figures before them. This 
plan was adopted for two reasons: first. Stated Clerks are presumed to kuow the congregations 
in their respective bounds; second, if this had not been done, the whole plan devised for ascer- 
taining the Superintendents of Sunday-schools for specific Churches would have been 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 congrega- 
tion in which he is Superintendent being the same. 

The column, " Total Amount Contributed," no doubt contains a number of errors, owing 
to the fact that Stated Clerks t>f Presbyteries failed, in many cases, to use the decimal point 
dividing dollars and cents, when no doubt it should have been used. 

The contributions made liy Sunday-scho(ds and Christian Endeavor Societies, for the 
want of proper columns in Statistical Tables, are added to the contributions made by their 
respective Churches. T. C. B.,S. C. 



XIV.-STATISTICAL TABLES. 



Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



Name op the 
Congregation. 


Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 


Pastor. 


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Synod of Alabama. 
1. Alabama Presbytery. 


D. C. Porter, Ellison, Ala 

N. S. Reader, McCalla, Ala 


W. L. Livingston 


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25 

55 
10 
22 
48 
18 
14 
45 
85 
52 
85 
22 
30 
44 
35 
14 
7 
34 
119 
20 
46 


8500 
1600 
250 


1 

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30 


3 Bethel 






44 




T. C. Wallace, Blockton, Ala 


M. W. Robison 




















6 Calera 
















G. M. Pharr, Canton Bend, Ala 


W. L. Livingston 




400 


1 




8 Cardiff 








Luther B. <ross 

S. G. Oglesbv 


1 


1000 


2 


31 




A. W. Hayes, Woodstock, Ala 

J. G. Johiisey, Helena, Ala 






,J. H. Zwingie 












J. H. Zwingie 










13. Highland 




S. S. Oglcsby 

J. H. B. Hall 


1 


266 
400 


1 
1 


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F. H. Massey Bessemer, Ala 


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Luther B. Cross 

J. H. Zwingie 


1 


1200 


2 


44 




F. W. Rogan, Montevallo, Ala 




18. Mt. Carmel 




























20. Oak Grove 


I). A. Bailey, Birmingham, Ala 


S. S. Oglesbv 


1 


700 


1 


60 


21. Pelham 


J. H. Zwingie 




22. Pleasant Hill 






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300 




'0 










24. Rock Blufl 


Berry A. Kizziah, Vance's, Ala 






18 
60 
51 
49 
52 
54 
5 








25. Kocky Ridge 












26. Selma 




J. J. Dalton 


8 


5000 
300 


4 

1 


45 


27. Six Mile 


D. J. Trucks, Six Mile, Ala 


D. Y. Wyatt 


40 


28. Spring Creek 


















30. Vernon 


T. .1. Parnell, Brown's, Ala 


W. L. Livingston 




400 


1 




Rev. iV. E. Jones 




















2. Florida. 


18 


1244 


817250 


360 


1. Bushnell . . 


N. B. Winslow, Bushnell, Fla 






15 
55 
11 
30 
20 




1 

\ 

1 
2 


•'5 




A. A. Wilson 


4 


1300 






W. .Tohnson, Rutland, Fla 






4. Rutland 


A. A. Wilson 


4 
6 




18 












Aubumdale 7.P S.C.E. 












A. B. Blackburn, Allsborough, Ala.. 


B. E. Finch 








1 

1 
2 




3. McGready. 


14 

2 
14 
10 


131 

37 
30 
53 


81300 
300 


43 


2. Arthur 


S. P. McConnel 

W. C. Beaver 


35 


3. Centre Star 


J. W. Brooks, Centre Star, Ala 


1000 


36 




W. L. White, Hattou Ala. 






5. Cedar Creek 


W. B. Sparks, Rus.sellville, Ala 


B. E. Unoh 


12 


79 
20 
111 
100 
20 
25 
71 
.38 


300 


1 


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7. Good Spring 


G. M. Haraway, Covington, Ala 

W. C. Dobbins, Camp Spring, Ala.... 
J. S. Estip, Rogersville, Ala 


W. C. Beaver 


7 


400 
400 


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1 
2 

1 












.S. P. McConnel 

J. T. Fulks 


6 


?5 


10. Mt. Pleasant 


3000 
500 
300 




11. Mountain Home 


H. T. L. Todd, Belgreen, Ala 


J. P. Whitman 

B. E. Finch 


■■■3 




12. Man's Chapel 


T. R. Burns, Maud, Ala 


95 


13. Moulton 








14. Mt. Bethel 


James Hurston, Covington, Ala 


J. T. Fulks 




23 200 
40 200 
36 62.5 


1 




15. Neho 








16. Plea.sant Site 


B. F. Nelson, Pleasant Site, Ala 


B. E. Finch 


4 


33 


17. Pleasant Hill 


J P Whitman 




300 
600 




18. Pilgrim's Rest 








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10 45 
2 00 












10 45 










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142 


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84 46 


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3 30 




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4 00 




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29 50 












3 00 
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110 














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10 69 






22 89 






































































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27 30 




31 50 




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4 75 
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217 00 


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$26 25 


844 51 


815 99 


833 73 


8140 48 
818 00 


86 40 


837 00 


855 45 


8275 


8275 00 


82614 06 
$18 00 


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63 
75 
















82 20 

2 25 

3 15 
3 00 


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1 




934 20 










83 72 


$8 49 




82 88 
1 55 
8 00 


12 90 








75 24 








$4 45 








811 00 

82 00 


83 15 








11 00 


3 80 










14 


191 80 










85 50 








5 50 
































4 


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814 72 
70 


812 29 


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87 43 


830 90 






810 60 


8906 


893 00 


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82 50 


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3 00 










812 00 










145 00 
















5 25 
5 15 






5 25 




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155 15 


































3 10 


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128 10 


















4 60 






4 60 








































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167 80 
















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Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



Name of the 
conuregation. 



Clerk of the Skssion 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor, 



Mc Gready — Continued. 

19. Rock Spring 

20. Rogersville 

21. Eussellville 

22. Union Hill 

23. Sheffield 

24. White's Chapel 

Presbylerial Offering.... 



T. C. Jones, Mount Hope, Ala. 
W. J. Fiiqua, Rogersville, Ala. 



E. L. Daly, A.ster, Ala 

3. R. Crow, Sheffield, Ala 

D. B. White, Covington, Ala. 



4. Robert Donnell. 

1. Alder Spring 

2. Abbitt's Chapel 

3. Athens 

4. Beech Hill 

.5. Bland's Chapel 

6. Bostic Hill 

7. Bolivar 

8. Concord 

9. Center Star 

10. Dry Cove 

11. Ewing Chapel 

12. Friendship 

l.S. Goose Pond 

14. Guntersville 

1.5. Gurley 

16. Holly Grove 

17. Hickory Flat 

18. Hopewell 

19. Huntsville 

20. Larkinsville 

21. Liberty Hill 

22. Mount Ziou 

23. Mount Olivet 

24. Meridian ville 

25. Madison Cross Roads.... 

26. Mt. Pleasant 

27. Mooresville 

28. Nebo 

29. New (rarden 

80. New Market 

31. Pleasant Spring 

32. Pleasant Grove 

33. Paul's Chapel 

34. Peter's Pond 

35. Scottsboro 

36. Stevenson 

37. Shiloh 

38. Union Chapel (Jackson) 

39. Union Chapel(Madison) 

40. Unity 

41. Walnut Grove 

42. Warrenton 

Huntsville Y. PS. C. E. 
Rev. W. G. Baird 



Earle Kennedy, Guntersville, Ala. 

Henry Abbitt, Bass, Ala 

John M. Russell, Athens, Ala 

E. B. Bean, Coffey's Store, Ala 

A. A. Pool, Cairo, Ala 

O. M. Gray, Gray's Chapel, Ala 

T. Boyd Foster, Stevenson, Ala 

W. A. Mauley, Hazel Green, Ala.. 
W. F. Chandler, Henrvville, Ala... 

E. M. Price, Bass, Ala" 

Dr. H. P. Bone, Maysville, Ala.,... 

D. H. Friend, Ripley, Ala 

S. W. Frazier, Scottsboro, Ala 

J. D. Holt, Guntersville, Ala 

Geo. W. Beason, Gurley, Ala 

S. W. Alspaugh, Princeton, Ala 

J. M. Walker, Plevna, Ala 



5. Springville. 

1. Argo 

2. Ashville 

3. Beaver Creek.... 

4. Birmingham 

5. Blue Springs 

6. Bold Springs 

7. Chepul tepee 



T. H. Wade, Huntsville, Ala 

John C. Hunt, Larkinsville, Ala. 

J. A. L. Cass, Fabius, Ala 

C. C. Boshart, Preston, Ala 

.Tames L. Chambliss, Woodville, Ala. 
Lewis Lawhon, Moriilianville, Ala 
A. J. Warren, Madison X Roads, Ala. 
W. A. Miller, Hadens, Ala 

F. H. Peebles, Mooresville, Ala... 

J. F. Hine, Decatur, Ala 

Lem H. Hyde, Elkmont, Ala 

J. W. Power, New Market, Ala... 
Thos. F. Russell, Coffey's Store, Ala. 

W. J. Mathews, Bass, Ala 

J. A. Paul, Mercury, Ala 

W. T. Hester, Fackler, Ala 

A. H, Coffey, Scottsboro, Ala 

J. H. Cowan, .Stevenson, Ala 

A. C. Brazelton, Berkley, Ala 

C. C. Kennamer, Hollywood, Ala 

, , Hazel Green, Ala 

Hugh A. Proctor, Larkinsville 

G. W. Harless, New Hope, Ala 

Thos. J. Anderson, Warrenton, Ala. 



E. S. Smith, A.-go, Ala 

M. M. Fulghum, Ashville, Ala... 

J. R. Oldham, Proctor, Ala 

W. M. Cosby, Birmingham, Ala. 

W. A. Sexton, Liberty, Ala 

R. M. DeShazo, Bridgeton, Ala... 
R. W. Conden, Viola, Ala 



Rome Pickens.. 
J. T. Fulks 



S. P. McConnel.. 
C. H. Bell, D.D. 
S. P. McConnel. 



S. B. Hunter 

James Chance 

W. R. Grafton 

Alfred B. Willis . 



Jas. R. Morris . 



W. A. Kennamer., 

Alfred R. Willis 

J. B. Esbman 



S. B. Hunter 

W. w! Thonipsoii! 



Joe W. Caldwell. 
Jas. R. Morris 



Jas. R. Morris 

W. A. Kennamer 
C. P. Taliaferro... 



J. G. Moore 

J. B. Eshman 

W. E. McKenzie.. 

W. R. Grafton 

J. W. McDonald.. 
Alfred R. Willis.. 
Alfred R. Willis.. 

A. F. Rankin 

W. E. Brown 

Z. M. McGhee 

Z. M. McGhee 

J. G. Moore 

W. A. Kennamer. 



W. A. Kennamer. 

J. G. Moore .'... 

S. B. Hunter 



R. P. Taylor. 



T. R. Sanson! 

G. T. Stainback, D.D. 

J.N. Bright 

J. S. DeLache 

G. B. Russell 



600 

4000 

300 



81362.5 

$ 200 
""7060 



600 
650 
250 
100 
1000 
400 
700 
1500 
1500 
1000 
1000 



15000 
1000 



200 
250 

2200 

1000 
700 

1000 
200 
800 

1000 
300 
300 



2000 
.500 
600 
150 
600 
200 
750 
500 



297 



125 



165 
40 



S49050 



1000 
1500 

250 
25000 

500 
1000 

700 



30 
170 
67 
60 
40 



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28 26 


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9 00 


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4 80 
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12 20 


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190 45 

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2 00 






27 50 

36 37 

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1 00 

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40 


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100 


$49 20 


$62 21 

$2 70 
1 60 


$38 55 


$69 82 
$1 15 


$21 52 


$108 05 

. $6 50 
7 50 


$82 50 


$13 


$4247 32 

$61 35 
109 10 
50 00 
1541 61 
28 16 
77 75 
105 00 
























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10 00 


$8 56 
























3 16 
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3 00 












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Statistical Tables. 



:i894. 



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Springville — Continued. 

8. Concord 

9. Corinth 

10. Enon 

11. Eidson's Chapel 

12. Five Mile 

13. Irondale 

14. Leeds 

1-3. Liberty 

16. Mt. Calvary 

17. Mt, Nebo 

18. Mt. Pisgah 

19. Mt. Pinson 

20. New Hope 

21. Poplar Springs 

22. Springville 

23. Summit 

24. Union 

25. Union Grove 

Presbylerial Offering.. 



6. Talladega. 

Anniston 

Attalla 

Bethel. 

Bethany 

Buyck 

Cove Creek 

Chalybeate Springs. 

Cherry Grove 

Clear Creek 

Concord 

Choccolocco 

Corinth 

Ebenezer 

Fort Payne 

Gadsden 

Gaylesville 

Lebanon 

Lookout 

Mt. Ewing 

Pleasant Vale 

Providence 

Piedmont 

Spring Creek 

Shady Grove 

Sulphur Springs 



Union 

Union Grove 

Union Chapel 

Wharton's Chapel 

Weoka '. 

Individual Domtions.. 



Synod of Arkansas. 

1. Arkansas Presbytery. 

1. Bentonville 

2. Barker 

3. Beersheba 

4. Bethel 

5. Billingsley 

6. Cincinnati 



Finis E. Deaver, Little Warrior, Ala. 
T. J. McCuen, Murphree's Valley, " 
N. M. Strickland, Vanderbilt, Ala... 

N. B. Hayes, Bright, Ala , 

J. N. Killough, Huttinan, Ala 

Luke Ellard, Irondale, Ala 

,T. H. Abercroiubie, Leeds, Ala 

J. A. Mize, Odenville, Ala 

B. L. Clayton, Ayres, Ala 

.1. J. Godwin, Trussville, Ala 

Jesse W. Haseo. Etha. Ala 

W. M. Killough, Mt. Pinson, Ala 

B. F. Hendricks, Cleveland, Ala 

J. W. Leslie, Argo, Ala 

W. W. Perkins, Jr., Springville, Ala. 

H. L. Martin, Summit, Ala 

J. N. Hufstutler, Addville, Ala 

J. W. Granade, Summit, Ala 



W. W. Whiteside, Anniston, Ala., 

R. L. Newton, Attalla, Ala 

Henry Small, Collinsville, Ala 



James Colley, Buckville, Ala 

.1. R. McCluney, East Gadsden, Ala. 

N. D. Meharge, Ohatchie, Ala 

John W. Boddie, Weoka, Ala 

James E. Lee, Stanfield, Ala 



J E. Downing, Choccolocco, Ala 

K. M. Shackelford, Equality, Ala 

E. W. Tbouias, Kellyton, Ala 

E. S. Killian, Fort Payne, Ala 

.John W. Duncan, Gadsden, Ala 

H. P. Little, Gaylesville, Ala 

J. A. Moxley, Renfro, Ala 

K. D. Means", Brice, Ala 

B. O. Lee, Aui'ora, Ala 

M. C. Teague, Story, Ala 

W. H. Kirk, Howel's X Roads, Ala.. 

M. M. Russell, Piedmont, Ala 

W. H. McReynolds, Hurley, Ala 

H. W. Glover, Piedmont, Ala 

T. E. Callan, Sulphur Springs, Ala... 

D. A. Roe, East Bend, Ala 

Charles Thomas, Rockford, Ala 

Stephen Canfield, Fort Payne, Ala... 
W. F. Kirby, Etowaton, Ala 

F. W. Yaiko, Gadsden, Ala 

Mastin Roe, Alpine, Ala 



C. E. HufiFman, Bentonville, Ark. 

M. Hodges, Eads, Ark 

J. C. Arnett, Arnett, Ark 

W. A. Johnson, Farmington, Ark 
J. E. Howell, Moffit, Ark 

D. N. Moore, Cincinnati, Ark 



Jno. S. Hall.... 
T. B. Nations . 
J. H. Zwingle. 



G. B Russell ... 
G. B. Russell ... 

J. T. Hyche 

I. N. Currier 

Jno. S Hall.... 

A. B. Wilson 

J. N. Bright 

G. B. Russell 

T. B. Nations... 

Jno. S. Hall 

J. S. Porter 

W. P. St. John.. 
T. B. Deaver.... 
J. N. Bright 



J. C. Tallcy. 
J. C. Smith.. 
L. D. Lewis . 



J. C. Talley . 



B. F. Chastaiu. 



M. G. Milligan. 



I. W. Hagler..-. 

J. C. Smith 

J. G. BovdstuD 

S. L. Russell, D.D. 
C. H. Allison 



S. L. Russel, D.D.. 
S L. Russell, D.D. . 



I. W. Hagler. 
L. D. Lewis. 



I. W. Hagler. 
J. C. Tallev.... 
R. J. C. Hail. 



W. T. Sullivan 

S. A. Cox 

W. A. McKinney... 

N. D. Hanks 

J. W. Stockburger. . 
F. R. Earle, D.D.... 



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142 
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100 
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J. A. Buchanan, Boonsboro, Ark 


F. R. Earle, D.D 




40 
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22 
31 
23 


81000 


1 


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J. W. Kirkland, Clyde, Ark 


J. A. Knox 

J. T. Molloy 




2 

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58 




F. L. Tankersley.Fayetteville, Ark.. 


1800 
300 






S. A. Cox 




46 










































H. D. Wood, Fayetteville, Ark .. .. 

J. V. Hamm,Lo"ne Elm, Ark 

J. W. Williams, Lowell, Ark 


J. T. Molloy 


11 


175 
20 
24 

100 
67 
50 
50 
63 
13 
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20 
30 

108 
80 
29 
15 
47 
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22 
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75 


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650 

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73 


17 Alt Comfort 


G P. Moore, Fayetteville. Ark 


G. A. Henderson 


90 


18 Mt Pleasant 


S K Reed Clvdri Ark 




19. Mulberry 


,J M Scott, Mulberry, Ark 


E. M. Roach ; 




1000 






J. A. Collins 


















22 Middle Fork 


G. W Van Hoose, Sulphur Qtv, Ark. 


W. A. McKinnev 






1 






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24 Oak Ridge 


B. D. McWhortor, Ozark, Ark 

D C. Williams, Ozark, Ark 


S. H. Baldridge 


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G.N. Wall 


2000 
2500 


110 




J. S. Campbell, Prairie Grove, Ark... 
S Dell Staunton, Ark 


J. H. Kelly 


8 


75 




J. H. Kellv 


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28 Rogers 




G. A. Henderson 








29 Rieff's Chapel 






48 


30. .'^alera 




3000 


80 




Frank Molloy, Dutch Mills, Ark 

A. H. l?udd, Siloam Springs, .\rk 

G. Braitliwait, South West City, Mo. 

B. H. Goss, Suljihur Springs, Ark.... 












1000 
1500 


74 


33. South West City 


D. A. Collins 




114 


















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Dudley Bourn, Van Buren, Ark 

S. H. Stanley. Ozark, Ark 


F. T. Charlton 


5 
11 

3 
15 


2000 
500 




37. White Oak 


S. H. Baldridge 


81 


38. White River 


J. N. Shelton, Elkins, Ark 


W. A. McKinnev 

J. W. .Stockburger ... 

P. Carnehan *.. 

G. A. Henderson 


45 


39. West Fork 


J. C. Stockburger, West Fork, Ark.. 

M. B. Maxwell, Bentonville, Ark 

C. S. Tollett, Farmington, Ark 


200 


8? 


40. Woods . 


59 




1800 


47 


Bentonville Y.P.S.C.E.. 








J. A. Shell. Brooks, Ark 


S. Lee Shell 








1 




2. Bartholomew. 
1. Amitv 


115 
2 


2200 
80 


$32850 
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2100 
?5 


2. Ashford 


G. M. Ashford, New Edinburgh,Ark. 


T. S. Douglass 






G. E. Greer 


3 


32 


450 


1 


10- 


4. Beulah 










J. A. Waddell, Ain, Ark 


S. L6e Shell 




20 
20 




1 
1 


95 




Robert Boyd, Rowell, Ark 

D. K. Sillimon, Covington, Ark 


G. E. Greer 


1 


250 


40 




T. S. Douglass 




8. Eden 


T. S. Douglass 

A. E. Hollingsworth 














I. W. Gordon, Eye, Ark 












10. Florence 
















Henry Johnson, Star City, Ark 


J. W. Wilson 












Harmony 








Joseph Willman 

T. S. Douglass 




20 


300 


1 




13. Knotch Springs 








A. L. Pounders, Tiller, Ark 


J. W. Wilson 












15. Macedonia 


T. P. Blackwill, Grace, Ark 














16. Mount Hebron 
















17. Mount Pleasant 




A. E. Hollingsworth 
J. W. Wilson 


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50 
80 




1 
1 




18. Newton's Chapel 


S. E. Newton, Rest, Ark 






Pine Ridge 










19. Rose Hill 






1 
1 


38 
42 
25 
75 




1 
1 
1 


45 


20. Spring Hill 


Wm. Rogers, Monticello, Ark 

J. A. West, Brook, Ark 

A. Wiley, Star Cily, Ark 


G. E Greer 


500 
200 






Joseph Willman 

J W AVilson 




22. Star City , 

















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222 00 












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147 08 




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114 27 


1135 24 

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1104 46 


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8108 
815 


85268 51 
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10 




2 50 










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2 50 


82 00 




19 00 




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25 




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1 75 












2 90 
1 95 














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55 


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45 

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2 25 




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60 

1 10 




50 

60 

1 10 




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2 75 






32 80 














7 00 




3 00 


73 45 










20 2 50 








64 90 












1 80 












51 80 



























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Stalistical Tables. 



;i894. 



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Bartholomew — Conlinued. 

23. Tvio 

24. Tillar 

25. Watson's Chapel 



3. Burrow. 

1. Antioch 

2. Brinkley 

3. Clarendon 

4. Chalk Bluff. 

5. Cherry Valley 

6. Cypress Ridge 

7. First Creek 

8. Forrest City 

9. (Taini'sville 

10. (too(1 Hope 

■11. Gray's Chapel 

12. Greenway 

13. Harden's Chapel., 

14. Jone.sboro 

15. Knoble 

IG. L'Auguille 

17. Marvel] 

18. Midway 

19. Oak Forest 

20. Palestine 

21. Paragould 

22. Piggott 

23. Poi)lar Grove 

24. Pumpkin Bend.., 

25. Rector 

26. St. Francis 

27. Vallev Grove 

28. Wynne 



J. V. Brown, Tyro, Ark 

John Tiller, Tiller, Ark 

F. G. Monk, Pine Bluff, Ark. 



F. P. Smith, Rector, Ark 

W. T. Tucker, Brinkley, Ark 

W. J. Mayo, Clarendon, Ark 

W. W. Magee, St. Francis, Ark 

C. L. Wade, Cherry Valley, Ark 

A. G. Deshazo, Monroe, Ark 

Jas. Ball, JSiolton, Ark 

H. P. Dooley, Forrest City, Ark 

M. E. Corbitt, fTainesville, Ark 

F. M. Statterfielii, Forrest City, Ark. 

W. L. Strickland, Gray'.'<, Ark 

Dr. W. V. Turner, Greenway, Ark.. 
W. L Branham, Forrest City, Ark... 

.T. W. Kennard, Jonesboro Ark 

J. O. Weese, Knoble, Ark 

W. L. Crowell, Wynne, Ark 

Ben Davidson, Marvell, Ark 

,T. C. Davidson, Marvell, Ark 

J. E. Eldridge, Oak Forest, Ark 

.1. J. Wood, Palestine, Ark 

A. A. Knox, Paragould, Ark 

Dr. W. S. Houston, Piggott, Ark 

J. C. Turner, Poplar Grove, Ark 

B. B. Best, Morton, Ark 

Y. H. Berry, Rector. Ark 

Robt. Liddell, St. Francis, Ark 

S. T. Lambert, Lamberton, Ark 

H. R. Wrenn, Wynne, Ark 



4. Cherokee. 

1. Bethel Sam Johnson, Pryor Creek, I. T 

2. Chouteau R. J. Beaty, Chouteau, I. T 

3. Claremore | 

4. Locust Grove I Miss Bessie Crawford, Chouteau,!. T 

5. Pryor Creek 1 J. H. Harris, Prvor Creek, I. T 

6. River Side 

7. Unity F. M. Bonebrake, Cushing, Ok 

8. Wagoner J. T. Beard, Wagoner, L T, 



J. W. Wilson. 
J. W. Wilson., 



C. M. Eaton 

.Tas. A. Mason... 
A. L. Whitfield. 
C. M. Eaton 



A. B. Forbess 
T. D. Bryant. 



Jas. A. Mason. 
A. B. Forbess.. 



J. D. Cobb. 



A. L. Whitfield.. 
A. L. Whitfield.. 



Jas. A. Mo«on... 
J. D. C. Cobb.... 
R. S. Anderson., 



A. D. Evans ..., 
W. W. Spence. 



J. A. Swaim 



5. JBwing {Ark.) 

1. Appleton 

Atkins 

2. Clarksville 

3. Center Point 

4. Dover 

5. Ewiiig 

G. Glass Village 

■? TJ., — , 



Harmony 
8. Hartman 



J. S. Poe, Apijleton, Ark. 



.1. A. Laughlin, Clark.sville, Ark, 
A. D. Chorrister, Gum Log, Ark, 

E. M. Eudy, Dover, Ark 

W. H. Wilson, Lamar, Ark 

J. R. txrifiin, Economy. Ark 

A. N. Martin, Clarksv'ille, Ark..., 

L. A. Cook, Hartman, Ark , 

9. Hattieville M. P. McReynolds, Hattieville, Ark. 

Lamar 

R. J. Adams, Morrillton. Ark. 
J. W. Alford, Atkins, Ark 



10. Morrillton 

11. Mars Hill 

Mt. Olive 

12. Mt. Vernon 



J. B. Cheek, Old Hickory, Ark. 



D. B. Brvant 

D. B. Bryant 

N. J. Crawford... 
D. A. McLaury.. 
N. J. Crawford... 



10 



21 



882 



150 1184 



Jas. F. Montgomery. 



Chas. E. Stoakes 

Jas. F. Montgomery. 

O. F. Bettis ;.. 

John A. Conley 

J. W. Bruton 

John A. Conley , 

C. E. Pitts 



Joe A. Smith. 



28 



100 



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Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



Name op the 
Congregation. 



Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



Ewing — Continued. 

13. Mountain View 

14. New Hope 

15. New Prosi)ect 

Piney 

16. Russell ville 

17. Kock Spring 

IS. Salem 

19. Solgohachia 

20. Shady Grove 

21. Shiloh 

22. Spring Hill 

Russellv Ule Y. P. 6'. C. K 
Presbyterial Offering 



6. John Buchanan. 

1. Corinth 

2. Evening Shade 

3. Eastern Star 

4. Fellowshi]) 

5. Good Springs 

6. Mountain View 

7. Mt. Neho 

8. New Home 

9. Nazareth 

10. Oakland 



7. King. 

1. Bethlehem 

2. Charleston 

3. Coop Prairie 

4. Cavanal 

5. Cameron 

6. Fort Smith 

7. Greenwood 

8. Hartford 

9. Hickory Grove. 

10. Hodges Prairie.. 

11. Long Prairie 

12. Lihertv 

13. Morgan Hill 

14. New Prospect.... 

15. Oak Bower 

16. Pleasant Ridge.. 

17. Tyro 

18. Vesta 

19. Huntington 



8. Mound Prairie. 

1. Artesian 

2. Blue Bayou 

3. Brownstown 

4. Cove 

.5. Center Point 

G. DallH.s 

7. Emmett 

8. Fall's Chapel 

9. Hatton 

10. Hearn's Chapel... 

11. Hope 

12. Locke.sburg 



T. S. Tucker, Solgohachia, Ark. 

Jesse Henry, Dover, Ark 

W. K. Stone, Piney, Ark 



.Tno. A. Erwin, Russellville, Ark 

T. M. Poe, Scottsville, Ark 

.1. E Carey Hagerville, Ark 

W. L. Greer, Solgohaeliia, Ark 

I. W. Morris, Clarksville, Ark 

W. W. Williamson, Russellville, Ark 
W. B. Smedley, Smedley, Ark 



J. C. Miligan, Clinton, Ark 

C. C. McDonald, Shiloh, Ark 

W. A. Hooks, Romance, Ark 

A. B. Gil)t)ons, Conway, Ark 

W. F. Cowan, Panghern, Ark 

John Bradford, Settlement, Ark 

-, Settlement, Ark 

W. S. Ruskin, Enders, Ark 

A. B. Burr, (iuitnian. Ark 

J. P. Stcpp, Faulkner (Jap, Ark 



J. R. Taylor, Manstield, Ark.... 
Dil) Conheit, Cavanal, I. T 



J. H. McClure, Ft. Smith, Ark. 



J. W. Buzan, Enterprise, Ark 

J. W. Rowland, Greenwood, Ark. 



W. (\ Hill, Lorietta, Ark 

J. h! Ohar, Cecil, Ark 



Frank Hulse, Charleston, Ark.... 
Alex McNabb, Huntington, Ark. 



Jas. M. Livingston, Emmett, Ark.... 
J. A. Corbell, xMineral Springs, Ark. 

Jas. McElroy, Brownstown, Ark 

W. J. Barton, Cove, Ark 

D. C. Cowling, Center Point, Ark.... 
A. R. Frisby, Dallas, Ark 



W. J. Wellburn, Ben Lomond, Ark. 



J. K. Dyer, Hearn, Ark 

R. Penny, Hope, Ark 

W. T. Campbell, Lockesburg, Ark. 





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E. P. Pharr 

Jas. F. Montgomery. 

John A. Conley 

Jas. F. Montgomerv. 
E. P. Pharr '... 



J. B. Fortner...., 
R. P. Vaughan. 
G. \V. LaI<orce. 
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R. P. Vaughan. 
J. B. Fortner ... 



J. W. Smith 

R. P. Vaughan.. 
S. K. I'ecmster. 



J. S. Lish 

S. L. Alexander.. 
S. L. Alexander.. 
S. H. McElvain.. 
J. S. Lish 



J. S. Lish . 
J. S. lAsh . 



S. L. Hogan.. 



J. S. Li.sh 

Peter (ioddard.. 

S. L. Hogan 

S. H. McElvain. 



W. T. Thurman., 



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W. F. Fitzgerald. 
W. T. Thurman... 
J. E. Baggarly 



D. W. Browning. 

W. T. Sullivan 

H. T. Young 



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13. iMatthew Fontain 

14. Melrose 

15. Mineral Springs 

16. Nashville 

17. New Lelianon 

18. Oak Hill 

19. Oak Grove 

20. Owen's Chapel 

21. Ozan 

22. Fevtonville 

23. Palestine 

24. Prescott 

25. Rike's Chapel 

26. Rocky Comfort 

27. Tally's Chapel... 

28. Ultima Thule 

29. Wick's Chapel 



9. Ouachita. 

1. Bethel 

2. Brister 

3. Bluff Springs 

4. Cold Water 

5. Ethel 

6. Forrest Hill 

7. Fellowship 

8. Mount Moriah.... 

9. Mount Comfort.. 

10. Mount Zion 

11. New Prospect 

12. New Bethany 

13. Pleasant Hill 

14. Rosston 

15. Sulphur Springs. 

16. Sayree 

17. Waldo 



10. Porter. 

1. Cypress 

2. Delaware 

3. Dardanelle 

4. Gum Springs 

5. Liberty 

6. Mount Springs... 

7. Mount Pleasant. 

8. Mount Pisgah.... 

9. Mount Vernon.. 

10. Morison's Bluff.. 

11. New .Salem 

12. Prairie 

13. Pilot Prairie 

14. Piney Fork 

15. Pleasant Grove. . 

16. Paris 

17. Porter 

18. Rose Creek 

19. Six Mile 

20. Union 

21. Union Grove 

22. White Oak 

23. Waveland 

24. Rock Springs 



Henry Goodlett 

Thomas Taylor, Hope, Ark 

Dr. T .7. Draper, Mineral Springs.. 

J. P. Millwee, Nashville, Ark 

T. W. Park, Norwoodville, Ark 



G. W 
C. E. 
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J. T. 
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McAdoo, .4corn, Ark 

. Hanna, Ozan, Ark 

Henderson, Peytonville, Ark. 
Gaither, .\rkadelphia. Ark... 

. Hattey, Prescott, Ark 

Allen, Jaka.iones, Ark 

Glenn, Rocky Comfort, Ark... 

Pickett, Bingen, ."Vrk 

Alston, Ultima Thule, Ark.... 



J. J. Moodv, Mt. Holly, Ark 

J. Y. Walker, Brister, Ark 

.1. C. Grayson, Wvloe, Ark 

I. B. Webb, Liberty, Ark '. 

T. L. McGaughey, Buena Vista, Ark. 

J. S. Jones, Clayton, Ark 

J. O. Keith, Camden, Ark , 

D. M. Kennedy, Mt. Moriah, Ark..., 

J. Parker, Magnolia, Ark 

Lee Epperson, Liberty, Ark 

S. J. Yelvington, Brister, Ark , 

R. W. Robinson, Buckuer, Ark 

E. Hatley, Caney, Ark. 

J. S. Mar'lar, Prescott, Ark 

J. W. Burton, Camden, Ark 



J. D. Johnson, Waldo, Ark., 



M. Alston, Ada, Ark 

W. Englebright, Delaware, Ark. 
. R. Hayden, Dardanelle, Ark.... 

. C. Lyon, Dardanelle, Ark 

Y. Douglass, Paris, .\rk 

M. Young, Chickalah, Ark 

J. Moore, Ellsworth, Ark 

W. Stewart, ChLsmville, Ark 

W. .Jewell, Carlev, Ark 

W. Rackley, Dublin, Ark 

S. Robsnson, Ada, Ark 

W. Craig, Blaine, Ark 

W. Bone, Green Ridge, Ark 

C. Magee, Bellville, Ark 

R. Plunket, Prairie View, Ark.... 

B. Co.x, Paris, .\rk 

W. Yales, Boonville, Ark 

A. P'iteh, Divide, Ark 

B. Bucher, Chismville, Ark 

M. Henderson, Paris, Ark 



A. Tricket, Chismville, Ark. 
C. C. Cox, Waveland 



W. T. Sullivan. 

C. H. Tally 

C.H. Tally 



C.H. Tally 

W. E. Dooley 

D W. Browning . 
W. T. Thurraan... 



C. H. Tally., 



J. E. Anderson.. 
J. E. Anderson.. 
G. W. Reeves. .. 

E. W. Pharr 

E. W. Pharr 

P. H. Marbury.. 

E. W. Pharr 

J. C. Oakley 

J. E. Anderson. 



J. E. Anderson... 

J. C. Oakley 

E. W. Pharr 

J. C. Oakley 

J. C. Oakley 

J. C. Oaklev 

W. T. Thurman.. 



Mark Limbird . 



T. J. Hampton. 
W. W. Walker. 
T. J. Hampton., 
,1. L. Durham..., 
J. T. Finey 



J. W. Sallis., 



T. J. Hampton. 

B. K. Tavlor 

W. W. Walker. 
J. L. Durham.... 

S. L. Hogan 

S. L. Hogan 

Mark Limbird . 

.S. L. Hogan 

T. J. Hampton. 



B. K. Tavlor... 
J. H. Wilkins.. 
B. K. Tavlor... 



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202 



Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



Name op the 
Congregation. 



Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor. 






11. Searcy. 


W. C. Bastan, Antiofh, .\rk 

H. F. Smith, North Little Kock.Ark. 


R. F. Wilkins 


56 


131 
14 
36 
75 
50 
71 
56 
30 
63 
30 

134 
60 
45 
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75 
60 
21 
62 


$300 

200 

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2000 

1500 

1000 

1000 

200 

300 

1000 

12000 

800 

250 

200 

120 

800 

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3. Avilla 


W. D. Orr 


7 
12 


45 






F. M. Wvlie 


75 




H. T. Caldwell, Benton, Ark 


W. D. Orr 


fin 


6. Cabot 


W L. Herrod, Cabot, Ark 

M. J. West, Cabot, .\rk 


J. E. Martin 


1 
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60 




J. E. Martin 

W. W. Tedford 

F. M. Wylie 




8. Enoii 


S. P. Waters, Hickory Plains, Ark... 
J. F. Smith, Searcy, Ark 


80 
50 




J. E. Martin 


19 
13 


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11. Little Rock 


H. I). Oreen, Little Rock, Ark 




75 




A. Rus.sell, Cabot, Ark 

J. T. Standerford, El Pa.so, Ark 

A. P. Calhoun, Flovd, Ark 

J. R. Smith, Beebe, Ark 

T. W. Cochran, Butlerville, Ark 

J.J. Bell, Searev, Ark 


J. T. Buchanan 

J. C. Forbes 


65 








J. A. Pemberton 

R F. Wilkins 






15. Stony Point 




16. Salem 


W. W. Tedford 

J. T. Buchanan 

R. F. Wilkins 


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56 






35 




44 


19 Union Vallev 


W J Monk Cabot Ark 


J. C. Forbes .. . 






20. Ward 


A. H. Moore, Ward Ark 














H. T. Caldwell 


































R. B. Polk, Alabani, Ark 














12. Washington. 


169 
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21 
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2. Berrvville 


W. R. Johnson, Berryvillo, Ark 

L. F. Eotr Bellefonte, Ark 


D. R. Belle 

W. T. NiehoLson 


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W. J. Heath, Bruno, Ark 






I. A. Martin, Elmwood, Ark 

D. L. Webb Green Forest, Ark 


W. A. Davis 




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7. Drv Fork 


















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9. Huntsville 






5 


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2000 


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84 


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6 


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4 


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G. W. Combs 






J. B. Ray 












14. Lead Hill 


B M Milum Lead Hill, Ark 














1.5. Marble 


J. M. Robersoii, Marble, Ark 

L. H. Wasfon, Gaither, Ark 


J. B Rav 














W'. T. Nicholson 




29 


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1 








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20. Pleasant Hill 


J. B. Carnutt, Watkiiis, Ark 


W. T. Nicholson 

W. T. Nicholson 


5 
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46 
70 


117 


1 

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J. B. Wil.son, Harrison, Ark 




22. Shiloh 






23. Union 


C. C. Tiscr, Big Flat, Ark 














24. Wiley's Cove 
















Rev. A. B. Johnson 
































13. White River. 
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57 


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312000 




188 


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R. H. Evans 


7 

8 

30 


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125 
60 
49 
45 
47 
14 
21 
53 
38 


8 300 

800 
400 
400 








J. M. J Conyers, Barren Fork, Ark.. 
R. T. Nuun, "Sidney, Ark 




73 


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J. S Bone 




4. Caney Spring 

5. Forest Home 


R. H. Evans 


30 


T. J. Lievsia, Mountain View, Ark.. 
C. P. Pickens, Dota, Ark 


W. S.Clark 

H. T. Gibson 


9 


33 


6. Hopewell 


500 
50 




7. Highland 


A. W. Sherrill, Hardy, Ark 


E. W. 1 . Jennings... 

C. L. S. Jennings 

J. W.Wilson 


3 


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9. Jamestown 


1000 
500 




10. Laftertv Creek 


W. D. Chapel, Barren Fork, Ark 















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11. Livingston 

12. Lacrosse 

13. Mount C'armel 

14. Mount Olive 

1.5. Mount Plea.sant 

IG. Mount Pisgah 

17. Mountain Home 

18. Mountain Grove 

19. Melboum 

20. New Hope 

21. New Liberty 

22. Oak Grove..'. 

23. Olive Branch 

24. Oxford 

25. Pinev 

26. Pleasant Flat 

27. Pleasant Union 

28. Palestine 

29. Strawberry 

30. Shadv Grove 

31. Sulphur Rock 

32. Salem 

33. Union 

34. Walnut Hill 

Presbyteriul Offering.... 
Sy nodical Offering 



Synod of Illi:«oi.s. 

1. Albion Presbytery. 

1. Albion 

2. Burnt Prairie 

3. Crossville 

4. Entield 

5. Elm Grove 

6. Fairfield 

7. Grayville 

8. Gilead 

9. Harmony 

10. Liberty 

11. Lebanon 

12. Mt. Erie 



Ambrose Jefferv, Livingston, Ark.... 

T. B. Childress, "Lacrosse, Ark 

J. F. Wiles, Sidney, Ark 

R. H Hanks, Mt. Olive, Ark 

D. E. Evans, Barren Fork, Ark 

P. L. Lefever, Be.xar, .Vrk 

J. H. Lind.sey, Mountain Home, Ark. 

I). P. Morrow, Salem, Ark 

W. J. Arnold, Melbourne, Ark 

J. J. Forester, Victor, Ark 

J. G. O^ilvie, Barren Fork. Ark 

G. W. Cole, Powhatan, Ark 

H. B. Landress, Adler, Ark 

W. N. Davis, Oxford, Ark 

W. B. Wammack, Lacrosse, Ark 

J. N. Trimble, Amos, Ark 

T. F. Weaver, Anderson, Ark 

D. M. Scott, Engle, Ark 

W. H. H. Price, Calamine, Ark 

R. H. Griffin, ."^ulphur Rock, Ark 

I). M. Jack, Sulphur Rock, Ark 

A. H. Bobert.s, Salem, Ark 

P. W. Gentry, luka, Ark 

M. B. Janes, Kingsville, Ark 



J. W. Wilson.. 

A. C. Evans 

J. S. Bone 

J. S. Bone 

J. W. Wilson.. 
P. M. Jeffery... 
E. E. Morrow.. 
J. W. Wilson.. 
J. S. Bone 



E. E. Morrow . 
R. H. Evans.... 
P. M. Jetterv... 
J. H. Mose.s.".... 

W. S. Clark 

R. H. Evans ... 
H. T. Gibson... 
H. T.Gibson... 
E. E. Morrow.. 
E. E. Morrow.. 



Chas. Emmerson, Albion, 111 

Jas. Morrison, Burnt Prairie, III 

F. P. Potter, Crossville, 111 

P. A. Orr, Enfield. Ill 

Winston Merritt, Burnt Prairie, 111. 

J. C. Alexander, Fairfield. Ill 

M. T. Brockett, Cirawille, 111 

J. F Bland, Fairfield, 111 

E. Hedrick, Wvnoose, 111 

O. L. Baker, Crossville, 111 

L. L. Stinson, Fairfield, 111 

J. R. Shelton, Mt. Erie, 111 



13. Tom's Prairie ■ T. R. Darr, Fairfield, 111. 

14. Union R. I). Murphv, Meriam, 111. 

15. AVest Union : J. A. Dryden, Enfield, 111... 

Presbyteriul Offering [ 



2. Chicago Presbytery. 

1. First Church 

2. .Second Church 

3. Church of Providence. 

4. Fourth Church 



3. Decatur. 
Argenta 

1. Bethany 

2. Bethlehem 

3. Blue Mound 

4. Cisco 

5. Decatur 

6. Friend's Creek.. 



T. W. .Sharon, Chicago, 111 

Max Eckstein, South Lynn, 111 

A. N. Mackey, 1125 Sheffield Ave.. 



T. L Bone, Bethany, 111 

W. B. Smith, Boodv. Ill 

J. W. Hufi"man, Blue Mound, 111. 



Lafayette Logan, Decatur, 111. 
George Wilson, Argenta, 111.... 



C. W. Yates 

G. A. Wilson 

S. R. .Shull 

G. O. Bachman. 

J. W. Borch 

F. A. Grant 

Lawson Smith.. 

J. W. Borah 

R. J. P. Lemon. 

S. R. Shull 

W. H. Keen 



J. W. Borah.. 
W. H. Keen.. 
J. W. Borah. 



H. S. Williams.. 

W. C. Uigan 

A. H. .Stephens . 
W. J. Caldwell.. 



J. F. Lackey 

W. C. Bell .'. 

W. L. Bankson 

J. M. Forbi.s 

A. W. Hawkins.... 
J. H. Milholland.. 



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7. Gays 

8. Little Wabash 

9. Mt. Zion 

10. Mattoon 

\l. Madisou 

12. New Hope... 

13. North Fork 

H. Nelson 

15. Pleasant Pddge 

16. Rockford 

17. Richland 

18. Shady Grove 

19. Sullivan 

20. AVindsor 

21. Wood's Chapel 



4. Ewing (III). 

1. Albion 

2. Broughton 

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4. County Line 

3. Ebenezer 

6. Eldorado 

7. Galatia 

8. Harri.sburg 

9 Hazel Ridge 

10. Hebron 

11. Hamburg 

12. Lebanon 

13. Liberty 

14. Mount Zion 

15. Mount Pleasant... 

16. Mount Oval 

17. McLeansboro 

18. Mount Olive 

19. New Prospect 

20. New Haven 

21. Norris Citv 

22. Oak (irove'. 

23. Providence 

24. Palestine 

25. Pleasant Grove ... 

26. Pleasant Plains... 

27. Ringgold 

28. Ridgewav 

29. Round Pond 

30. Raleigh 

31. Union 

32. Union Ridge 

3:^. Union Chapel 

34. Village 



5. Foster. 

1. Allerton 

2. Ashniore 

3. Bethel 

4. Big Creek 

5. Danville 

Diona 

6. Fairfield 

7. Fairuiount 

8. Georgetown 



Miss Mary Treat, Gays. Ill W. W. M. Barber i 7 



.1. G. McGaughey, Mt. Zion, 111. 

C. W. Kineaid, ilattoon, 111 

W. T. Mottett. Boodv, HI 

C. W. Cloud, DaltonCitv, 111 

Milton Clark, Decatur. Ill 



S. L. McArais.. 
J. W. Elder.. .. 
A. B. Welch... 



Ephraim Brown, Cisco, 111. 



H. C. Robinson, Herborn, III. 

Hiram Ward. Elwin, 111 

J. A. Freeland, Sullivan. 111.. 
C. H. Brunk, Windsor, 111 .... 
Wm. Birchtield, Neoga, 111.... 



A. B. Welch. 
J.' M. Forijis" 



Albert Walters, Sacramento, 111.. 

S. M. Davis, Broughton, HI 

.T. K. Price, Omaha, 111 

Thomas Rutfiii, Carbondale, 111.... 

J. T. Kinchelo, Kileyville, 111 

John Whisnant, Eldorado, 111 

W. G Frith. Galatia. Ill 

H. W. Goodrich, Harrisburg, 111. 

J. C. Burns, Gos.«ett, 111 

S. B. Williams, Walpole, 111 



C. G. Watson 

W. W. M. Barber . 
L. Steele 



J F. McQuay. 
F. P. Wilson... 



H. W. Goodrich 

V W. Young. ., 

G. W. Crabtfee 

C. W. Hutchinson.. 

W. E. Davis 

W. F. Grav 



A. M. Anderson. Galatia. Ill 

James Jones, Ridgewav, 111 

J. L. Calvert, Marion, 111 

J. C. McDonald, New Denison, 111.. 

J. D. Deweese, Gossett, 111 

A. B. Weldon. McI-ean.sboro. Ill 

J. B Latimer. Omaha, 111 

Chas. Lyon, Raleigh, HI 

John Greenlea, New Haven, 111 

A. G. Black. Norris Citv, 111 

J. B. Hale, Cottonwood,"lll 

Wra. Sims. .South America, 111 

Benj. Ken.sall, Omaha, 111 

Z. W. Young, Francis Mills. Ill 

W. A. Roberts, Lake Creek, 111 

Joseph Logsden. Shawneetown, 111. 

J. H. Hemphill, Ridgewav, 111 

C. Cook, Shawneetown, 111 

T. J. Vinevard. Raleigh, 111 

H. A. Hill. Norris City, HI 

Alfred Harris, Cottonw<od, 111 

John Baker, Galatia, 111 

J. L Welch, Roland, 111 



W. F. Gray. 



O. P Peebles.. 
R. M. Prvor.... 
W. E. Davis... 
J. L. Hughey . 



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W. F. Gray. 



S. E. Thullberc. Allerton. Ill 

W. H. Galbreath, Ashmore, 111.... 

.1. C. Thompson, Humrick. Ill 

Wm. Taylor, Marshall. Ill 

C. N. Kinningham, Danville, 111. 



G. W. Williams.. 

M D. Green 

H W. Goodrich. 

R. M. Davis 

V. W. Young 

O. P. Peebles 



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W. J. Sneed 

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G. W. I rabtr^e.. 
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J. M. Coolley, Newman. Ill 

W. Burroughs. Fairmount, 111. 
J. A. Dubree, Georgetown, 111.. 



T. A. Williams. 
Jno. H Adams. 
C. P. Coolley 



T. N. Montgomery., 



A. R. Sandlin 

J. J. Wilson 

W. L Campbell.. 



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5o8 



Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



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0. Highland 

10. Lebanon 

11. Liberty 

12. Loxa 

13. Mt. Pisgah 

14. New Hope 

15. Newman 

16. New Providence.... 

17. Oakland 

18. Olive Branch 

19. Pleasant Grove 

20. Pleasant Ptidge 

21. Rardin 

22. Kidge Farm 

23. Sharon 

24. Sheridan 

25. Shepley 

26. Shiloh 

27. St. Omer 

28. Trilla 

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20. Union 

30. AVest Union 

31. Westville 

32. Willow Creek 

33. Yankee Point 

Mrs. J. J. McElroy.. 



6. Illinois. 

1. Bethany 

2. Bethlehem 

3. Bethel 

4. Concord 

5. Dongola 

6. Ebenezer 

7. Golconda 

8. Gilead... 

!). Good Hope 

10. Liberty 

11. Mt. Sterling 

12. New Hope 

14. New Libertv 

13. Old Home..." 

15. Palestine 

16. Pleasant Ridge... 

17. Pleasant Hill.... 

18. Sulphur Spring. 

19. Union 



7. Mackinato. 

1. Atlanta 

2. Beason 

3. Central Point.... 

4. Danvers 

n. De Witt 

6. Gibson City , 

7. Grand Ridge 

8. Hopedale 

9. Laundale 

10. LeRoy 

11. Lincoln 

12. Midland City...., 

13. Mt. Pleasant , 



J. R. Black, Hastings, 111 

G. P. Baird, Martinsville, 111..., 
John Collom, Cavuga, lud 

D. H. Davis, Loxa, 111 

E. M. Snyder, Indianola, 111... 

M E. Mills, Yale, 111 

I. N. Covert, Newman, 111 

F. P. Willard, West York, 111.. 
W. M. Bowman, Oakland, 111.. 

J E. Bennett, Homer, 111 

Will Walker, Trilla, 111 

A. B. Church, Fairmount, 111.. 

J. .1. Collins, Rardin, 111 

L. A. Reid, Ridde Farm, 111 

Luther Glick, Georgetown, 111. 

C. M. Thompson, Sidell, 111 

L. H. Haddock, Diona, 111 

J. E. Phipps, Jonesville, 111 

R. V. Galbreath, Ashmore, 111. 
S O. Beals, Trilla, HI 



G. W. Montgomery.. 



Charles Waggaman.. 

Noah Haddock 

H. W. Brvant 



H. W. Bryant.... 
Noah Haddock.. 
W. H. Wilson.... 

J.J. Wilson 

L. Steel 

T. A. Williams. 
W. H. Wilson.... 
C. P. Coolley 



Jesse Beals 

Thos. Deaverick , 

J. AV. Condiff. 

Jno. H. Adams... 
W. N. Gerard ... 



W. E. Worsham, Rardin, III.... 
Wm. Malone, AVest Union, 111. 
R. W. Locket, AVestville, 111.... 
R. A. Downey, Neadmore, 111... 
J. C. Jones, Ridge Farm, 111 



J. W. Condiff.. 



W. L. Campbell 

Noah Haddock 

Charles Waggaman. 



Joseph Baker, Golconda, 111 

David Fry, Brownville, 111 

John Roberts, Vienna, 111 

James Ro.ss, Vienna, HI 

L. W. Kelly, Dongola, 111 

C. M. (xouldy. Lick Creek, 111 

James Thrailkeld, (iolconda, 111... 

C. M. Rushing, Ozark, 111 

W. Womack, Karber's Ridge, 111. 

T. B. Stewart, Bunccmb, 111 

A. H. Chalk, Unionville, 111 

J. H. Barringer, Goreville, 111 

Daniel Hamuiac, Eddyville, 111... 
Simon S. Barger, Eddyville, 111.... 

John Movers, Golconda. Ill 

Wm. Waters, Bloomtield, 111 

J. N. HoUoway, Eddyville, 111 

J. G. Lands, Raum, 111 

J. L. BaiTinger, Anna, 111 



W. L. Collins 

L. Henery 

John A. Hill 

(i. W.May 

G. W. May 

J. C. Thompson 

.lohn Allen 

Richard Rumsey, 

James A. Whiteside, 

R. M. Pryor 

James A. AVhiteside. 

F. P. Broadway 

J. A. Hill ." 

W. L. Collins 



F. P. Broadway.. 
J. A. Hill 

G. AV. May 



W. H. Morphis, Atlanta, 111 

J. C. Curry, Beason, 111 

J. W. Haas, Beason, 111 

P. AV. Rhodecap, Danvers, 111 

S. A. Chapin, DeWitt, III 

C. F. Buckman, Gibson, 111 

R. M. Antram, Grand Ridge, 111. 
A. B. McClure, Hopedale, 111 



.S. VA'. Garvin. 



B. F. Lawrence.. 
J. M. Forbes 



J. H. Morphis.. 
J. M. Johnson., 



Geo. P. Rowlev, Le Rov, 111 

H. E. Starkev, Lincoln, 111 

John M. Jones, Midland Citv, 111.. 
H. M. Kerbaugh, Stanford, 111 



R. M.Tinnon, D.D.._ 

S. W. Garvin 

Geo. D. AVillingham. 



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2IO 



Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



Name ow thk 

Con GREG ATIOJT. 



Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor. 



Mackinaw — Continued. 

14. Sandy Creek 

Stanford 

15. Union 

16. West Union 

17. Wenona 

Mrs. L. E. Phillips.... 



S. McIAn. 

1. Arrington Prairie 

2. Bethel 

3. Farina 

Flora 

4. Good Hope 

5. luka 

6. Kinmundy 

7. Kaskaski ■. 

8. Mount Moriah 

9. Mount Nebo 

10. North Bethel 

11. New Bethel 

12. Patoka 

13. Rich View 

14. Salem , 

15. Zion 

Preshyterial Offering.. 



9. Rushville. 

1. Argyle 

2. Biggsville 

3. Good Hope 

4. Horeb 

5. Huntsville 

6. Industry 

7. Macomb 

8. Mt. Carmel 

9. Mt. Sterling 

10. Point Pleasant 

11. Rushville 

12. Sugar Creek 

13. Table Grove 

14. West Prairie 

Rev. F. P. Lawyer.... 

An Elder 

Presbyterial Offering. 



10. Sangamon. 

1. Auburn 

2. Concord 

3. Elsah 

4. Fayette 

5. Fielden 

6. Fancy Prairie 

7. Girard 

8. Greenview 

9. Irish Grove 

10. Lebanon 

11. Long Point 

12. Newbern 

13. New Holland 

14. Otterville 

15. Palmvra 



Harry Winters, Wenona, 111 



Chas. Graham, Hartsburg, 111. 
Geo. T. Williams, Lilly, 111 ... 



M. M. Wheeler, Sims, 111.. 
M. C. Holtslaw, luka. 111. 
J. W. Harris, Farina, 111.. 



J. C. Painter, Omega, 111 

D. W. Holtslaw, luka, HI 

D. C. Beaver, Kinmundy, 111 

S. Akerman, Vandalia, 111 

W. Hodge, Spring Garden, 111 

J. W. Sullivan, Spring Garden, 111. 



L. E. Brubaker, Salem, 111 

T. N. Linesey, Patoka, 111 

G. W. Hathawav, Vernon, 111. 

A. R. Almau, Salem, 111 

J. W. Hartan, Xeuia, 111 



Wallace Bauraardner, Colchester, 111 

J. R. Foster, Biggsville, 111 

U. A. Allison, Good Hope, 111 

John Alexander, Golden, 111 

T. J. Clark, Mt. Sterling, HI 

I. C. Bridges, ludustrj'. 111 

A. Thornton, Macomb, 111 

Henry Irving, Colchester, 111 

Eva Golden, Mt. .Sterling, 111 

Mrs. A. J. Johnston, Roseville, 111 

B. F. Wilson, Mt. Sterling, HI 

W. W Campbell, Vermont, 111 

L. M. Keach, Table Grove, HI 

T. J. Moore, Pennington Point, 111 



E. A. Bigler, Auburn, 111 

Robt. Thompson, Petersburg, 111. 

R. H. McNair, Elsah, 111 

J. L. Jennings, Favette, 111 

W. H. H. West, Fielden, 111 

A. Fullerson, Fancv Prairie, 111.. 

D. M. Foster, Girard, 111 

F. P. Eldridge, Greenview, 111.... 

G. T. Ravburn, Middletown, 111. 

J. E. White, Athens, 111 

N. Gray, Franklin, HI 

N. M. Linton, Newbern, 111 

E. Huffman, New Holland, 111.... 

J. J. Falkner, Otterville, 111 

A. Allen, Palmyra, 111 



F. L Gould 

H. L. Latham.. 



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1000 
1500 



G. W Green.. 
W. A Dillon .. 
J. M. Wycoff.. 



S. A. Hugart.. 
S. A. Hugart.. 



W. A. Dillon... 
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J. P. Sprowls, D.D.. 
J. D. Henry • 



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1500 
1500 



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75 

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800 



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W. M. Freeze... 
J. L. Crawford. 
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16. Petersburg 

17. Provideuce 

18. Rock Creek 

19. Roodhouse 

20. Sangamon Bottom.... 

21. Shiloh 

22. Springtield 

23. Smyrna 

24. Sugar Creek 

2.5. Spring Creek 

26. Tallula 

27. Virginia 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



11. Vatidalia. 

1. Alton 

2. Beaver Creek 

3. Bethalto 

4. Coflfeen 

5. Columbia 

6. Donnellson 

7. Edinburg 

8. Irving 

9. Liberty Prairie 

10. Maple Grove 

11. Mt. Gilead 

12. Palmer 

1.3. Sorento 

14. Taylorville 

1.5. Walshville 

16. Witt 

Rev. G. D. MuUendore. 



Synod of Indiana. 

1. Indiana Presbytery. 

1. Bethel 

2. Bethlehem 

3. Boonville 

4. Chandler 

5. Evansville (First) 

6. Evansville (Jeff. Ave). 

7. Fort Branch 

S. Hazleton 

9. Hermon 

10. Monroe Citv 

11. Mt. Zion....". 

12. Newburg 

1.3. Oakland City ., 

14. Olive Branch 

1.5. Palmyra 

16. Patoka 

17. Petersburg 

18. Pisgah 

19. Princeton 

20. Townsend ,... 

21. Vlncennes 

22. West Salem , 

23. White River 

Wm. Ruller 



J. C. Carnes, Petersburg, 111 W. T. Ferguson 

W. H H. Harris, Waverly, 111 J. N. Shelton, D.D., 

C. W. Houghton, Loyd, 111 R. D. Miller 

J. W. Starky, Roodhouse, 111 

David Carr, Chandlerville, 111 

D. Biddlecome, Jules, 111 T. N. helton 

T. D. Loughlin, Springfield, 111 P. R. Danley, D.D.. 

W. C. Park, Loami, 111 J. M. Johnson 

,Iohn T. Drennau, Chatham, 111 J. E. Roach 

F. H. Earnest, Farmingdale, 111 

W. E. Robertson, Tallula, 111 J. W. Deer 

G. F. Hillig, Virginia, 111, 



S. H. Malcolm', Alton, 111 ^ R. H. Fry.. 



W. J. McDavid.. 
Allison Hunter.. 



J. A. Miller, Bethalto, 111 Allison Hunter 

J. S. McDavid, Coffeen, 111 G. D. Mullendore.. 

S W. Blackburn, Manix, 111 1 R. J. McCasIin 

H. C. Hawkins, Donnellson, 111 A. W. McDowell 

Geo. P. Harrington, Edinburg, 111 

C. B. McKinney, Irving, 111 

C M. Belk, Liberty Prairie, 111.... 

N. A. Hughey, Greenville, 111 T. W. McDavid 

J. B. McAdow, Greenville, III M C Gaston 

A. E. Boyd, Palmer, 111 G. H. Turner 

1. H. Denny, Sorento, 111 G. W. McWherter.... 

H. M. Powell, Tavlorville, HI Wm Howe 

P B. Denny, Walshville, HI (J W. McWherter.... 

J. E. Shuping, Witt. Ill T. W. McDavid 



James C. Pruitt, Owensville, Ind i 

Gardner Kime, Union, Ind 

B. E. Hemenway, Boonville, Ind 

Dr. W. A He wens, Chandler. Ind.... 

J. C. McClurkin, Evansville, Ind 

F. C Magenheinier, Evansville. Ind.. 

David Beloat, Fort Branch, Ind 

W. T. Cunningham, Hazleton. Ind'... 

AV. W. Myers, Vincennes, Ind 

Dr. J. I. Williams, Monroe City, Ind.. 

A. .1. Calvert, Cynthiana, Ind ' 

C F. Hopkins, Newburgh, Ind 

B. Onyet, Oakland Citv, Ind 

O. H. Miller, Rumble, Ind 

W. H. Williams, Vincennes, Ind 

W. J. Hall, Patoka, Ind ' 

Thos. S. Smith, Petersburg, Ind 

Mrs. Sue Harte, De Forest, Ind ] 

W. L. Snapp, Priiiceton, Ind t 

Geo. B. Quigley, Paradise, Ind ' 

W. A. Reel, Vincennes, Ind 

.1. F. Mail, Vincennes, Ind 

Q. A. Harper, Algiers, Ind 



W. M. Murray 



M. C. Cockrum 

M. C. Cockrum 

E. G. McLean, D.D. 
Chas. B Wellborn .. 

W. B. Crawford 

M. L. Gillespie 

Alonzo Yates 

Alonzo Yates 

J. L. Riley 

J. D. Gold 

W. B. Crawford 

R. B. Fisher 

Alonzo Yates 

M. L. Gillespie 

1. N. Yokley 

M. C. Cockrum 

A. H. Kelso !... 

M. C. Cockrum 

H. Clay Yates, D.D. 

R. B. Fisher 

Joseph Gregory 



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21 
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J H. Shook, Ellettsville. Ind 


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E. J. Bouher 

A. L. Medcalf 


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E. J. Bouher 


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J. F. Steen, Glendale, Ind 


E. J. Bouher 


70 


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W. H. Jackson 


120 


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J. E. Feagans, Washington, Ind 


E. M. Wright 


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W. T. Lawson, M.D., Danville, Ind. 
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J. L. Hudgin.s.. 

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Preston Graves, Martinsville, Ind.... 


A. W. Hawkins 

J. P. Halsell 


200 




150 


7. Mt. Zion 


A. R. Sandlin 


80 






J. W. Conditf. 


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T. A. Dooley, New Winchester, Ind. 
T. H. Alexander, Franklin, Ind 


A. R. Sandlin 




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C. A. Wilson 


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R. C. White, Osterdock, Iowa 


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Synod op Iowa. 

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1. Bethel 


136 


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C. M. Lotton 

C. M. Lotton 


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G. P. Eyler, McCallsburg, Iowa 

Timothy Thomas, Nevada, Iowa 


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E. B. Smith 


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W. C. Herdman 

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Josephus Latlioni 

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7. Mt. Olivet 


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F. W. Hunerdosse, Newbern, Iowa... 
F. E. Dodds, Pleasant Grove, Iowa... 




9. Shinar 


10. Union Valley 




11. West (Jrove 


I. T. Russell, West Grove, Iowa 

C. D. Davis, Spring Dale, Iowa 




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Mrs. S. E. Strick er, Emerson, la 

A. R. Bobbitt, Knox, la 


W. C. McClelland 

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John A. Hani, Thompson ville, Kan.. 


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6. Sterling 

P. W. Devall 

Presbyierial Offering.... 



7. Wichita. 

Adams 

Benton 

Bluif Creek 

Corwin 

Crystal Springs., 

Hazleton 

Hopewell 

Little Walnut 

!Minneha 

Mt. Zion 

Mayfield 

Murdock 

Norwich 



J. C. Selvidge, Pueblo, Col. 
E. L. Jlinter, Sterling, Col 



I. M. Clark, Belmont, Kansas 

E. L. Farnsworth, Kenton, Kansas. 

J. M. Hill, Bluff City, Kansas 

B. B. Rice, Corwin, Kansas 



R. N. Fullerton, Hazleton, Kansas.. 

E. Smith, Anthony, Kansas 

W. W. Elder, Douglas, Kansas 

S. W. Bridgeman, Minneha, Kansas. 
A. B. Clifton. South Haven, Kansas. 

'ieo. R. Steele, Mayfield, Kansas 

Millard Young, New Murdock, Kan. 
K. B Haynes, Norwich Kansas. 



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Silver Creek 

.Sawyer 

Wellington 

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SvNOD of Kenttcky. 



Anderson Presbytery. 

Ashland , 

Alex. Hope 

Brier Creek 

Cairo 

Ca.seyville 

Canoe Creek 

Corinth 

Cypress 

Carlow 



W. B. Cettie, Perth, Kansas. 
Koli-rt Parmely, Burden, Kansas.. 
E J. .lu.'tice. Sawyer, Kansas 



Joseph Mitchell, Clay, Ky.... 
J. C. Hunt, Mannington, Ky. 

S. W. Earle, Earle, Kv 

C. W. Melton, Cairo, Ky 

W. W. Pierson, Sturgis', Ky.. 



J. R. Short, Sacramento, Ky.. 

Mathis Grundy, Bremen, Ky. 

J. M. Womack. Dixon, Ky 

Dawson .J. H. Gross, Dawson, Kv 

Dixon J. D. Hill, Dixon, Ky..' 

Greenville M. J. Roark, Greenville, Ky.. 

Hebbardsville "... 

Henderson i S A. Hicks, Henderson, Ky.. 

Macedonia G. T. Bell, Dalton, Ky 

Madisonville 1 C. L. Ross, Madisonvi'lle, Kv.. 

Mt. Carmel ~ ,. — _. . - 

Mt. Lebanon 

Mt. Nebo 

Mt. Pisgah 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Zion 

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C. C. Harrison, AVhite Plains, Ky.. 

W. H. James, Central Citv, Ky 

T, M. McDonald, Greenville, Ky... 

J. J Rice, Greenville. Ky.... 

T. I. Berry, Sullivan, Ky 

J. C. Boswell, Hebbardsville, Ky... 

.1. W. Bone, Nebo, Kv 

Providence : R. L. Price. Providence, Ky 

Poplar Grove J. A. Mattingly, Faith, Ky 

Plea.sant Ridge | B. F. Armstrong, Providence, Ky.. 

Rose Creek J. B. Lan.sden, Nebo, Ky 

Shiloh : 



Sturgis ! A. D. Noe, Sturgis, Ky . 

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H. G. Nicholson 
F. E. Lawler , 



S. E. Kirkpatrick.. 
L. D. Wallace...;.... 



J. B. Fly. 



S. D. Wallace , 

J. T. May 

J. W. Foose 

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S. E. Kirkpatrick... 
S. E Kirkpatrick.. 



C. B. Parkhurst.... 
S. E. Kirkpatrick.. 



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J. T. Barbee 

J. T. Barbee 

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Name of the 
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and post-ofkice. 



Pastor. 



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2. Cumberland. 

1. Antioch 

2. Beachville 

:i. Bethel 

4. Big Creek 

5. Carmel 

6. Casey Fork 

7. Edmonton 

8. Friendship 

9. Good Hope 

10. Grace 1 nion 

11. Hopewell 

12. Liberty 

13. Lick Branch 

14. Marrowbone 

15. MosbyTlidge 

16. Mount Carmel 

17. Mount Moriah 

18. Neal's Cbajtel 

19. New Antioch 

20. New Friendship.. 

21. New Hope 

22. New Liberty 

23. New Union 

24. Oak Forest 

25. Osceola 

26. Pleasant Grove... 

27. Pleasant Valley..., 

28. Salem 

29. .Shiloh 

30. Temperance 

Individual Gift 



3. Davis. 

1. Antioch 

2. Cliftv 

3. Elkton 

4. Flat Lick 

5. Forest Grove 

6. Goshen ...•. 

7. Green Ridge 

8. Guthrie 

9. Hopkinsville , 

10. Keysburg 

11. Liberty... 

12. Mt. Hermon 

13. New Hebron 

14. Pembroke 

1.5. Pleasant Grove 

16. Sharon 

17. Sharon Grove , 

Luther Rawlins' Estate. 



J. L. Renick, Knob Lick, Ky 

Jlrs. Kate Masters Slick Rock, Ky... 

Downey Roberts, Crail Hope, Ky 

G. W. Robertson, Columbia, Ky 

John Watson, Cane Valley, Ky 

P. J. Nunn, Marrowbone, Ky 



R. B. Parmlev, Eadesville, K}'. 

T. Stubbs, Gre-sham, Ky 

J. C. Garrett, Edmonton, Ky... 



L. M. Howard, Bordick, Kv 

R. J. Rutledge, Bis.sell, Ky" 

W. R. Davis, Marrowbone, Ky. 

S. C. Bell, East Fork, Ky 

H. B. Dougherty, Alone, Ky... 



Miss Georgia Sparks, Sparksville, Ky 

L. F. Jewell, Monroe, Ky 

S. C. Stokes, Stokes, Ky 

G. W. Collins, Crocus, Ky 

J. R. Dearen, Greensburg, Ky 

M. C. Noe, Summerville, Ky 



W. C. Clark, Edmonton, Ky 

Mrs. E. A. Withers, Center, Ky. 

J. JI. Gore, Monroe, Ky 

J. G. Lindley, Whitewood Ky.... 



4. Kentucky. 

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2. Bethlehem 

3. Caldwell 

4. Gilead 

5. Hebron 

6. Louisville 

7. McDonald 

Parksville 

8. Perryville 



G. V. Lacy, Hopkinsville, Ky 

John Sears, Jr., Cliftv. Ky 

A. H. Millin, Elkton^ Ky 

Sandy Joiner, Weaver's Store, Ky... 
Mrs. Lena Thomas, Claymore, Ky... 

J. W. Wilkins, Fairview, Ky 

J. T. Motsinger, .lustice, Ky 

Creed Haskins, Guthrie, Ky 

W. B. Kennedy, Hopkinsville, Ky... 

R. L. Smith, Keysburg, Ky 

E. P. Manson, New Providence, Teun 

S. D. Chestnut, Trenton, Ky 

Geo. T. McLean, Gordonsville, Ky... 

D. F. Beard, Pembroke, Ky 

Chas. T. Casky, Casky, Ky 

R. S. Carter, Bennettstown, Ky 

Thos. Dorris, Sharon Grove, Ky 



J. H. Bonta, Nevada, Ky 

Bird Smith, Veechdale, Ky 

A.J. Caldwell, Danville, Ky 

E. R. Hall, Levee, Kv 

J. S. Coke, S. C, McBrayer, Ky. 
P. M. Collier, Loui.sville, Ky 



F. W. Wells 

J. L. Mauk 

B. D. Porter 

W. H. C. Sandidge.. 
W. H. C. Sandidge.. 

Jas. Menzies 

J. P. Sowers 

H. S. Turner 

W. W. Johnson 

J. L. Mauk 

J. P. Sowers 

E. R. Duggins 

J. P. Sowers 

W. H. C. Sandidge.. 

Jas. Menzies , 

J. L. Mauk 

B. D. Porter 

B. It. Porter 

W. H. C. Sandidge. 

G. W. Houk 

H. S. Turner 

H. S. Turner 

W. W. Johnson , 

J. L. Mauk 



K. R. Duggins.. 

J. L. Mauk 

E. R. Duggins. 
E. R. Duggins. 



J. A. Allison 

Robert L. Layman. 

J. M. (Jill, D.D 

J. A. Dorris 

Robert L. Layman. 

J. A. Allison 

Robert L. Layman.. 

J. A. Dorris 

A. C. Biddle 

J. M. Gill, D.D 

J. A. Dorris 

J. M. Gill, D D 

H. F. Miller 

J. M. Gill, D.D 

W. R. M. Crump 

J. A. Allison 



J. C. Gilliam. 
E. E. Bonta... 
N. G. Nunn... 



E. E. Bonta 

J. A. McKaniy. 
N. G. Nunn 



26 



97 



8200 



200 
500 
900 
1500 



300 
800 
500 
500 
1000 
800 
1000 
1000 
400 
1400 
1000 
400 



500 
700 
200 
600 



500 
600 
200 



8150C0 



81200 



3000 
800 



1500 
500 



10000 
600 
1000 
500 
1000 
1500 
2000 
1000 
800 



828400 



82000 

500 

2.500 

1000 

600 

20000 



166 
36 
45 

107 



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812 


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80 


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100 
105 








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4 00 


5 50 

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169 50 


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118 87 




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130 
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12 00 


26 67 


41 32 




53 00 
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3 00 


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339 00 








































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125 
148 
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153 00 


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11 00 










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190 00 
















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$150 
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AND Post-office. 



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Kentucky — Continued. 
9. Pleasant Grove 

10. Providence 

11. Sugar Kidge 

12. Sycamore 

13. Walnut Flat 



0. Logan. 

Adairville 

Auburn 

Bald Knob 

Bethel 

Big Spring 

Boiling Spring 

Bowling Green 

Carve P>ock 

Concord 

Corinth 

Ebenezer 

Franklin 

Gasper Biver 

Horse Cave 

Lebanon 

LewLsburg 

Liberty , 

Little Muddy 

MorgantovFn 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Olivet 

Mount Tabor 

Mud River Valley.. 

New Hope 

Old Union 

Old Gasper 

Pilot Knob 

Pleasant Hill 

Point Pleasant 

Red River 

Round Pond 

Russellville 

Smith's Grove 

Smvrua 

Trinity 

Woodburn 

Woodbury , 

A Friend 

Mrs. V. C. H. 



6. Mayfield. 

1. Beech Grove 

2. Bavou Decheine . 

3. Bethel 

4. BirmingUam 

o. Calvary 

6. Good Spring 

7. Highland 

8. Hebron 

9. Liberty 

10. Maytield 

11. Mill Creek 

12. Mount Carmel ... 

13. Mount Zion 

1-1. Mount Pleasant. 



P. E. Bates, Fern Creek, Ky 

J. W. Dawson, Penick .Station, Ky. 

R. D. Ramsey, Pilot View, Ky 

W. W. Taylor, Mitchellsburg, Ky.. 



E. R. Moore, Adairville, Ky. 
M. McDavitt, Auburn, Ky... 



P. S. Campbell, Homer, Ky... 
W. H. Jepson, Franklin, Ky. 



Joe. D. Smith, Bowling Green, Ky. 



J. T. Perry, Ru.ssellville, Ky 

S. Y. Hutchesou, Cave Hill, Ky. 
T. B. McMenzie, Franklin, Ky.... 

J. W. Moody, Gasper, Ky 

C. R. Withers, Horse Cave, Ky.... 
W. S Render, Logansport, Ky.... 

Wni. Buie, Lewisburg, Ky 

R. R. Bell, Witham,Tenn 



Jno. M. Carson, Morgantown, Ky.. 

A. W. Ausbrooks, Perdue, Tenn 

M. R. Graham, Bristow, Ky 

Mrs. Rosa Hinton, Temperance, Ky 

J. B. Long, Russellville, Ky 

John II. Price, Auburn, Ky 

Miss Letitia Madison, Drake, Ky 



J. W. Ilobdv, Woodburn, Ky 

J. G. Trewitt, Rockfield, Ky 

J. R. Read, Logansport, Ky 

M. E. Orndortt; Adairville, Kv... 
W. H. Thornton, Rapidfi, Ky .!.... 
Minor Morton, Russellville, Ky. 
J. W. Helm, Smith's Grove, Kv. 
P. M. Rav, Hickorv Flat, Kv..".. 

L. H. Skiles, Rich Pond, Ky 

W. E. Ba.ss, Woodburn, Kv 

G. W. Terry, Woodbury, Ky 



E. T. Latta, Water Valley, Ky 

J. H. Buchanan, Lovelaceville, Ky. 



J. M. Plumlee, Wingo, Ky... 
Newt Phipps, Paducah, Ky. 



J. M. Hooker, Mayfield, Ky.. 



J. P. Morrill, Lowes, Ky 

S. C. Hicks, Water Valley, Ky . 



E. E. Bonta.. 



L. D. Beck 

J. C. Gilliam., 
N. G. Nunn.. 



J. L. Hill 

S. A. Sadler 

W. H. Perkins. 
W. H. Perkins. 

C. C. Russell 

C. W. Witt 

J. V. Stephens. 



W. J. Hadeo. 

M. E. Read 

C. C. Russell 

V. B. Costelow 

B. D. Porter 

M. H. Kimberlin.. 
W. H. Perkins 

C. W. Witt 

M H. Kimberlin.. 
M. H. Kimberlin.. 

C. W. Witt 

M. M. Smith 

M. M. Smith 

W.J. Hadeu 

W. J. Hadeu 

M. M. Smith 

V. B. Castelow 

S. A. .Sadler 

J. J. Rve 



J. L. Hill 

J. L. Hill. 

J. E. Clarke 

R. F. Adair 

C. W. Witt 

R. F. Adair 

C. C. Ru.s,sell 

M. H. Kimberlin 



J. G. Webb 

C. G. Kennedv . 



W. M. Andrew. 
J. E. Edwards.! 



J. S. Grider, D.D. 



C. G. Kennedy. 



1220 



700(j 
300 
600 



$35000 



1.3500 

2000 

300 

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700 

500 

9000 

200 

200 

1000 

400 

6000 

1000 

600 

600 

1000 

.500 

1.500 

1000 

700 

1500 

500 

700 

600 

500 

700 

2000 

600 

500 

1000 

600 

3.500 

5000 

800 

1.500 

2500 

400 



154100 



11000 
600 



800 
1000 



105 
46 
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51 
135 
20 
50 
45 



114 

40 

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61 
25 
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8195 31 
83 35 


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324 



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[1894. 



Name of the 
Congregation. 


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39 
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109 
105 


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1 
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65 


]6. Oakland 


P. A. Bagwell, Reno Ky 


J. D. Kirkpatrick.... 


69 


17. Oak Grove 






1.3. Pleasant Grove 
















19. Palma 




J. D. Kirkpatrick 

M. C. Chappell 


"40 
12 
4 
9 


35 
100 
38 
65 
35 


600 
7000 

400 
2000 

800 


1 
4 
1 
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25 


20. Padueah 




88 


21. Pleasant Valley.. 


Q. A. McKimey, Ogden, Ky 


J. E. Edwards 




22. Eozzell's Chapel 


C. G Kennedy 




2.3. Smvrna 


A. M. D. Martin, Mavfield, Ky 


E. R. Overby 












2.5. Shady Grove No. 2 
















26. Union 










2000 


1 


60 














28. Wingo 


D. L. Winslow, Wingo, Ky 


J. E. Edwards 


12 


87 


1200 


J 


70 










Presbyterial Offering 
































7. Nolin. 
1. Antioch 




1932 


$15000 


623 


2. Bethel 


Wm. M. Adkisson, Bewleyville, Ky. 




1 


51 


S200 


1 




3. Beech Grove 






4. BigClifty 


H. C. Lampton, Big Cliftv, Ky 














5. Big Springs 


H. C. Buckler, Eveleigh, Kv 














Claton 
















6. Clifton 


S. J. Parks, Clifton Mills, Kv 


H. C. Hook :... 


2 


60 


. 500 


1 


40 


7. Cold Springs 








8. Ephesus 
















9. Eastern Star 


F. M. Ranisev, Eveleigh, Kv 














10. Freedom 




H C Hook 


32 


173 


1000 


2 




11. Liberty 


W. A. Priest, Rosetta, Kv 






















13. Macedonia 






9 


112 




1 




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14. Millwood 


Geo. A. Campbell, Millwood, Ky 

W. M. Kelly, Hardin Springs, Kv 


J D Harned 




58 


750 


1 


30 


1.5. Mount Hebron 








16. Mount Moriah 


J. T. Hackley, Higdon, Kv '. 


J. B. West 


4 


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400 


1 


35 


17. Mount Pisgah 








IS. Mount Pleasant 






















19 


80 


300 


1 


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20. New Salem 


E. H. Tucker, Burns, Ky 






21. New Hope 


G. M. Aldridge, West View, Ky 


M. W. Basham 




14 
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22. New Union 


W. E. Wortham 

J. B. West 


4 




2.3. Nolin 


T. L. Wallace. Hogdensburg, Ky 

Jno. H. CunditF, Meeting Creek, Ky. 




30 


24. Needham 




5 


300 


38 


25. Providence 






26. Pleasant Grove 


J. H. Legrand, Cirafield Kv 














27. Shrewsbury 
















28. Short Creek 


H. C. Butler, Short Creek, Ky 


J. D. Harned. 


14 
2 


69 
40 


600 
250 


1 

1 


47 


29. Tavlor's Chapel 


.T. T. Netherton, Black Rock, Ky 


J. A. Bozarth 


50 


30. Viola 






31. White Mills 


D. L. Terry, Summit, Ky 














Mrs. L. M. Woosley 
















Pres. Miss. Society 
















Presbyterial Offering 
































8. Owettsboro. 
1. Antioch 




1480 


S7700 


531 


2. Beulah 












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3. Calhoun 
















4. Ebenezer 
















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6. Hartford 































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13 Pleasant Ridge .... 
































1-5. Pleasant Hill 
















16 Viola 
















Mrs. N. G. Wilhite 


































Henry Robinson, Hampton, Ky 


J. B. Lowey 

W. C. M. Trayis 

J. N. McDonald 








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47 

43 

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32 

58 

66 

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129 

24 

80 

95 

63 

44 

30 

235 

166 

20 

100 

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604 


9. Princeton. 

1. Bavoii Creek 

2 Beils Mines 


81200 
1200 
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1200 

250 
1000 
1000 
7000 

500 
1000 

800 
1100 

600 
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W. P. Black, Crider, Kv 


80 




J A Trimble, Carrsyille, Ky 


57 




C W. Allen, Tradewater, Ky 


G. L. Woodruff. 


40 




H. P. Jacobs, Crayneyille, Ky 


J. F. Price 


70 


7 Flat Rock 






30 






J. K. McDonald 

(t. L. Woodruff 


1?7 




H. G. Moore, Crider, Ky 


40 


10 Hopewell. 








11. Liberty 




G. L. Woodruff. 


13 


?5 






J. F. Price 


89 




I. F. Tbrelkeld, Lerias. Ky 

C. M. Powell, Smithland, Ky 

W. F. WiLson, Marion, Ky 

Robert Boyd, Salem, Ky 

C. E. C. Trayis, Weston, Ky 




1 

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2 






J. B. Garrett 

J. F. Price ./ 






36 




G W. Glover .<f.. 


70 










W. W. Wvnns 


9 
14 


1200 
1.50 


50 


19. Weston 


W. C. M. Travis 


25 


J. D. Leech 




















































Synod of Mississippi. 

1. Bell Presbytery. 
1 \shland 


108 


1681 


827700 


759 


2 Baldwvn 
















3. Bethel 
















































6. Fairfield. . 
































8. Hickory Flat 




























- 


















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1 










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1 










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i 










































































18. New .Salem 
















19. Pleasant Ridge 
















20. Shannon 
















21. Shiloh 












22. Spring Hill 
















23. Tupelo 

































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81 60 


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228 



Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



Kame of the 
comgkegatiox. 



Clerk of the Skssiox 

AND rOSI-OFilCK. 



I'ASTOR. 



BtU. — Continued. 

24. Union 

25. Valley Grove 

Individual Gifts 

Presbylerial Offering.. 



Big Oak . 

Bethel 

Conehatta 

Erin 

Harmony 

Harper ville 

Kelley's Chapel 

Line Prairie 

Laraeta 

Mount Bethel 

New Zion 

Neshoba 

Pleasant Hill 

Reformation 

Salem 

Steam Mill 

Sharon 

Smyrna 

Woodlanil 

Zion 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



3. Neio Hope. 

Antioch 

Akerman 

Bradly 

Bethel 

Brooksville 

Bethany (Ala.)... 
Bethany (Miss.). 

Beersheba 

Cedar Blufif. 

Cairo 

Caledonia 

Concord 

Columbus 

Centre (irove 

Cumberland 

Eanon 

Fayette 

Fern bank 

Friendship 

Glenwood 

Grove 

Harmony 

Hopewell 

Hermon 

Louisville 

Lynn Creek..; 

Lebanon 

Mount Hebron... 
Mount Carmel.... 

Mount Pisgah 

Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Zion 

Maben 



I. M. Thompson, Herbert, Miss 

Mi.s.s Alice Riddell, Marydell, Miss.. 

Dr. J. B. Bailey, Conehatta, Miss 

J. M. Vance, Lucern, Miss 

M. D. Hooper, Edinburg, Mis.s 

Miss D. Campbell, Harperville, Miss 

G. R. Smith, Palona, Mi.ss 

S. D'. McCoy, Morton. Misss 

B. Watkins, Lameta, Miss 

M. A. Cooper, Watkihsville, Miss 

E. A. Williams, Olnev, Miss 

W. P. Cooper, PhihidClpbia, Miss 

J. B. Burroughs, Itiunc, JNIiss , 

J. T. Williams, CartliUKe, Miss 

W. J. Barber, SebastoiMil, Miss 

Jas. Comans, High Hill. Miss 

J. M. Hanna, Cotfadeliah, Miss 

G. W. Furr, Smyrna, Miss...... 

Hugh Parker, Hope, Miss 

J. H. Morris, Lena, Miss 



J. M. Milling., 
W. H. Kelly .. 



S. C. Ashmore... 
A. M. McBryde . 
A. M. McBryde, 
W. H. Kelly 



J. M. Milling 

A. M. McBryde.. 



W. H.Kelly 

Ed. Rawls 

Ed. Rawls 

Ed. Rawls 

J. M. Hanna 

W. H. Kelly 

A. M. "McBryde. 
J. M. Milling 



J. H. McGahee, Provjdence, Ala 

H. A. Hearon, Akerman, Miss 

J. H. Sykes, Bradly, Misg 

J. Q. Poindexter, Clifton, Miss 

Albert Glenn, Brooksville, Miss 

Ed. Psalmous, Bethany, Ala 

J. E. Triplet, Webster, Mis.s , 

E. B. Goin, Dow, Miss 

L. L. Miller, Cedar Bluff, Mi.ss 

L Millsaps, Cairo, Miss 

A. L. Myers, Caledonia, Miss 

A. B Bailey, Cumberland, Miss 

Walter Laurence, Columbus, Miss... 
J. T. Whitefield, Cedar Bluff, Miss... 
Thos. Brickfield, Cumberland, Miss. 

Pilot Hunt, Akerman, Miss 

Ed. Rose, Fayette, Ala 

John Ussery, Fernbank, Ala 

G M. Nichols, Aberdeen, Ala 

Robert Brown, Gibson, Ala 

W. W\ McLeod, Brooksville, Ala 

F. M. Richards, Vernon, Ala 

M. Delk, Lauderdale, Mi.ss 

J. S. Bryant, Aberdeen, Miss 

H. L. W. Hathem, Louisville, Miss.. 

P. S. White, Webster, Miss 

W. O. Obanon, Double Springs, Miss. 
Malvern Andrews, Caledonia, Miss.., 

E. C. Smith, Temple, Miss 

E. D. Holloway, Vernon, Ala 

Daniel McGee, Northport, Ala 

George Harvev, Columbus, Miss 

W. H. Holland, Maben, Miss 



J. A. Ellis 

J. A. Ellis 

W. H. Buntin.... 
W. H. Buntin.... 

R. H. Halbert 

J. A. Ellis 

T. B. Wood 

A. C. Harris 

S. J. Givens 

B. F. McDonald. 

S. J. Givens 

R. H. Sanders 

S. J. Givens 

S. .1. Givens 

J. A. Ellis 



B. F. McDonald... 
■B. F. McDonald... 

D. McLeod 

Ed. Younghance. 

E. D.King 

B. F. McDonald.. 
J. A. Ellis 

D. McLeod 

S. J. Givens 

Ed. Younghance.. 

E. D. King 

Ed. Younghance.. 

C. A. Gaston 

Ed. Y'ounghance.. 
A. C. Harris 



763 



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25 
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60 
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80 
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52 

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30 
80 
35 
77 
40 
6 
20 
75 
25 
28 

125 
50 
60 
80 
60 
45 
20 
60 
40 
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9 






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2 
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56 


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60 00 


























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75 
100 
40 
60 
40 
60 
125 
50 
73 
10 
40 
20 
20 
30 
35 
















4 00 

5 00 
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3 


6 
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230 



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[1894. 



. Name o«- the 
Congregation. 


Clerk of the Sessiox 
AND Post-office. 


Pastor. 


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1 

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6 
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2" 

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New Hope — onlinued. 


E. H. Hogshed, :\Icri(lian, Miss 


R. W. Lewis 

D. McLeod 


15 


115 
25 

18 


8000 
500 
50( 


4 
1 
1 
2 

1 
] 


r^o 




C. A. Hearou, Maylicw, Miss 

J. E. Harris, Steenston, Miss 


30 


36 New Bethel 


T. B.Wood 




40 


.37 Pleasant Hill (Ala ) 


B. H. Halbert 


13 

1 


451 1000 


40 








4 

40 






.39. Pine(irove 






600 
200 






J. N. Edwards, Starkyille, Miss 








Pleasant Hill (Miss.).... 












B. F. McDonald 

S. J. Givens 




80 
20 
26 
30 
75 
22 
30 
55 
96 
28 
90 
215 


300 

200 

3000 

1000 

1200 

1200 

1000 

600 

1500 

600 

600 

6000 


1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 






E. E. Hull, Cairo, Miss 

G. D. Hartness. Starkyille, Miss 




43. Starkville 


W. H. Buntin 


4 


?4 












J. A. Ellis 


12 


80 




L. W. Smith, Prairie Point, Miss 

J. N. Bell, Sharp, Ala 


W. H. Buntin 






T. B. Wood 










D. McLeod 


1 
2 
2 
4 
22 


46 


49 Woodlawn 




T. B. Wood 


60 




D. R Davidson, Woodland, Miss 

Andrew Frazier, Webster, Miss 

J. H. Shipman, West Point, Miss 


S.J. Givens 


98 


51. Webster 


J. A. Ellis 




52 West Point 


E. E. Morris 


140 








Individual Gifts 


















L. D. Nickles, Batesville, Miss 

E. M. Hall, Miller, Miss 


J. L.Cooper, D.D 

B. J. Pirtle 








1 
1 
1 

2 
1 

1 
1 

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1 
2 

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173 

9 
21 
18 

6 
14 
10 
10 


3175 

63 
81 
63 
88 
72 
44 
81 
14 
25 
41 
31 


$66575 

SISOO 
600 
400 

2000 
800 
300 

1500 
100 

1500 
500 
600 
250 
200 



1312 
67 


2. Bethel 


65 


3 Black Jack 




J. L. Cooper, D.D 

R. S. Thomas, D.D... 

J. L. Cooper, D.D 

J. L. Cooper, D.D 

B. J. Pirtle 


45^ 




J. D. Hail, Colfeeville, Mi.ss 


65 




Miss Lucy Caldwell, Batesyille, Miss. 
W. A. Herron, Courtland, Miss 


44 


6. Courtland 


52 




4'> 














J. H. Morton 




91 






J. L. Cooper, D.D 

E. B. Crisman, D.D.. 
T. A. Hilburn 


4 
3 






T. R. Maxwell, Hernando, Miss 

Gaston Robinson, Oxford, Miss 


44 






13. Liberty Hill 


R. W. Davis 


6 


16 


83 












I. F. Waldrup, Courtland, Miss 

R. M. Lusher, Nesbit, Miss 


J. L. Cooper, D.D 

B. J. Pirtle 


10 
2 


46 

40 

17 

130 


250 
2000 

150 
1000 


1 

1 
1 
3 
1 
1 


41 


15. Nesbit 


36 




James Hail, Holly Springs, Miss 


J. G. Robinson 






E. B. Crisman, D.D... 
B. J. Pirtle 


14 

7 


60 




M. H. Munns, Independence, Miss... 
J. E. Woods, Mariana, Mi.ss 


45 500 


42 


19. New Hope 


J. G. Robinson 


20 


50 




20. Oakland . 




J. H. Morton 




48 
157 
70 
26 
76 
22 
6 
70 


1900 
7500 
1200 
400 
800 
600 
500 
6000 


2 
4 
2 

1 
1 
1 

"4 


60 


21. Oxford 


G. R. Hill, Oxford, Miss 


T. A. AVigginton 

B. J. Pirtle 


12 
10 

3 
27 

2 


130 


22. Pleasant Hill 


W. F. Henley, Pleasant Hill, Miss... 


49 




J. G. Robinson 


30 


24. Piue Hill 


W. M. Steel, Charleston, Miss 


J. H. Morton 


40 


25. Sardinia 


Frank Robinson, Oakland, Miss 


J. H. Morton 


90 








27. Water Valley 


G. D. Abies, Water Valley, Miss 


R. F. Johnston 


23 


75 






Rev. Dr R S. Thomas 
















Rev J H Morton 


















• 
















B. M. Sheehy, Bowling Green, Miss.. 


W. P. McBryde 








1 




5. Yazoo. 
1. Bethesda 


231 
6 


1392 
46 


$33400 
« 500 


1154 
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2. Blues Ridge 






H. A. Coll, Vaiden, Mis.s 


B. F. Wiley 




16 




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100 
114 

30 
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776 

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29 20 








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26 

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30 


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14 00 
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214 


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125 15 


1 
















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45 




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$46 90 


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$ 110 15 




























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Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



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Clerk of the Session , 
AND Post-office. 


Pastor. 


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60 
9 




1 






E. N. Tingle, Hemingway, ISIiss 


B. F. Wilev 






















T. A. Kelly, Eupora, Miss 






11 
66 
39 
30 








8. Harmony 

9. Hunts. ille 


,T. M. Hart, Pickens' Station, Miss.... 
J. A. Q. Staples, Huntsville, Miss 




5 
3 
3 




.1 

1 
1 


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W. P. McBryde 


700 
3500 


■M 




30 


11 Liberty 








12 Mount Bethel 








20 




1 




















H. Y. McCaleb 




38 
32 
75 
110 
60 
19 
30 
10 
45 
60 
25 
9 


200 
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150 
300 
250 
1.50 


1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 


97 




A. W. Forest, Kilmichael, Miss 

W. ,T. Phillev, Tomnolen Miss 


B. F. Wiley 








H. Y. McCaleb 


11 


25 


17 Old Salem 


•T. F. Oakes. Blackraanton, Miss 

J. M. McCaleb, Lexingti>n, Miss 

James Blakelv, Misterton, Mi.ss 

J. R. Gordon," Duck Hill, Miss 


B F Wiley 




18. Oak Grove 


W. P. McBryde 

H. Y. McCaieb 


10 


40 


19 Pleasant Hill 






H. Y. McCaleb 


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21 Pickens 


E. Marion Steltbins, Pickens, Miss... 

,Tas. T. AVard, Cameron, Miss 

W. A. Alexander, .Sabougla, Miss 








22 Shiloh 




5 

5 


1000 

800 

100 

25 


39 


2.3. Sabougla 


G. W. Strickland 

G. W. Strickland 


40 


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27 Tchula 


.Tohn Kellv Tchula, Miss.. 


J. R.George 




9 
75 

1044 

35 
120 
45 
25 
80 
32 
55 
40 
33 
20 
66 
30 


500 
500 


1 
1 

1 
4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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28. Zion 


,T. E. P. B>ne, Yazoo City, Miss 

Bird Waite, Alpha, Mo 


W. P. McBryde 

W. N. Nickell 


55 


26 


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1. Chillicothe Presbytery. 
1. Alpha 


812025 


510 


2. Bethany 




J. W. McGee 


85 
2 


S2500 

400 

800 

8000 

200 

600 

1700 

1500 




3. Buckliu 


S. F. Perry, Bucklin, Mo 


.». A. McPherson 

E. S. Ragan 






W. J. Smith, Winston, Mo 


45 




,Tas. P. Lile Gallatin Mo 


H. F. Smith 


5 


G3 






P. W. Wynn 






R. R. Carpenter, Wyandotte, Mo 


J. F. Davis 




45 


8. Hopewell 


W. N. Nickell 




73 




W. N. Nickell 




30 


10. Mabel 




E. S. Ragan 


6 
2 
2 








P. W. Wynn 


2000 
400 


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4-^ 






























H. B. Dearing 


3 


70 




1 


?5 


16 Mount Pi.sgah . . 












N. Good win, Washington Center, Mo. 

W. T. Minick, Lock Springs, Mo 

J. 0. Lilly, Chillicothe, Mo 

W. F. McGee, Chula, Mo 




2 
2 


23 
78 
46 
83 


700 
1100 
1200 
1200 


1 
1 
1 
2 






E. S. Ragan 


70 




W. N. Nickell 








5 


,50 




J. F. Davis 






Mary C. .Shiflett, Ever.sonville, Mo... 


J. F. Davis 




40 


900 


1 


60 


23. Pleasant Hill 








2-1. Pleasant Piidge 


S. Joe Kelso, Tindall, Mo 

J. H. Carter, Gallatin, Mo 






21 
46 
15 
21 
24 


700 
1000 
200 
600 
1.50 


1 
] 

1 
1 

1 

i 
1 




25. Prairie Valley 


E S. Ragan 


10 
1 

1 
10 

1.3fi 

1 
3 
17 




26. Shoal Creek 










W. E. Collins, Hickory, Mo 


J. F. Davis 


55 


28. Union . . . 




H. B. Dearing 






W. R. Saling, Sue City, Mo 






1. Bear Creek 


1.390 

44 
22 
96 
56 


127850 

% 800 
1200 
600 


693 


2. Bethel 








3. Callao 




H. M. McDowell 

G. N. Burns 






J. S. Hickman, Shibley's Point, Mo.. 


81 













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11 

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157 00 








2 60 


1 65 






83 52 








15 00 




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380 00 






























































































58 
75 
45 
















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5 25 
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28 00 
















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1 80 










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1165 

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625 

71 
110 
615 

90 
125 
107 


54 25 


14 90 


16 20 


10 4C 

$1 65 
6 33 




7 15 


35 00 


51 40 

1 5 35 
18 00 
4 50 




1 00 

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202 77 


1355 30 






8^2 45 




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60 





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25 00 
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111 43 




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1 65 




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4 95 
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133 16 




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138 
64 


















28 45 


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146 40 


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69 50 




































































75 
















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83 10 






































63 
120 
109 
196 








70 
3 15 
9 62 

7 22 








90 
8 45 

5 85 
8 35 






64 60 




50 








1 80 




'S37 60 










170 40 












3 10 
80 






1 90 
96 10 


129 47 




40 








9 25 










317 72 




















1 


15 






70 






2 25 










5 25 






77 50 


































6 
125 
20 






















6 00 


fi 


54 








3 00 




3 40 














131 40 






















70 00 


90 00 




20 




2 84 
















3 45 




6 29 




8 




















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429 




$10 98 


12868 

i 50 

. 33 

150 

88 


$i 65 


$20 05 


112 25 


f51 15 


S37 00 


19 67 




$103 45 




«476 92 


13594 56 








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$ 1 50 
10 00 
2 00 


$ 1 65 










$ 1 


8 3 30 
14 40 
6 45 




S 2 
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42 45 










S 5 45 




«32 85 






265 70 










2 15 


8 1 63 


Si 1 23 






101 46 























234 



Statistical Tables. 



[1894. 



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Kirks viUe — Coidiiitied. 

Downing 

Eusebia 

Ewing.. 

Gorin... 

Hartford 

Hopewell 

Kahoka 

Kirksville 

La Plata 

Liberty 

Livonia 

McAdow 

McGready 

Medill 

Memphis 

Middle Fabius 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Ziou 

Mulberry 

New Harmony 

New Providence 

Pleasant Hill 

Plea.sant Home 

Revere 

Shiloh 

Spring Valley 

Sue City 

Unitv..' 

Woin'an's P. M. S. 

Hev. W. U. Johnston . 



3. Lexington. 

1. Antioch 

2. Altona 

3. Bethel 

4. Butler 

5. Bates City 

6. Blue Springs 

7. Bear Creek 

8. Belton 

9. Blairstown 

10. Columbus 

11. Chapel Hill 

12. Centerview 

13. Corinth 

14. Clinton 

15. Chilhowee 

l(x Concord 

17. Chalk Level 

18. Dayton 

Eden View 

Fairview 

19. Fields Creek 

20. Freeman 

21. Greenton 

22. Harrisonville 

23. Hume 

24. Hopewell 

25. Holden 

26. Independence 

27. Kansas City 

28. Knobnoster 

29. Lee's Summit 

30. Little Blue 



W. E. H. Bondurant, Downing, Mo. 

J. G. Herriott, Noveltv, Mo 

G. T. Clark, Anabel, Mo 

J. H. Trent, Gorin, Mo 

Hartford, Mo 

C. C. Chinn, Bloomingtou, Mo 

Walter Farren, Kahoka, Mo 

W. T. Baird, Kirksville, Mo 

J. L. Glaize, La Plata, Mo 

A. L. Epj>erson, Macon Citv, Mo 

Jno. W. Forbes, Livonia, Mo 

S. D. Mitchell, Memphis, Mo 

J. B. Park, Energy, Mo 

Elias Erickson, Ashton, Mo 

.T. D. Skidmore, Memphis, Mo 

J. O. Skidmore, Downing, Mo 

D. J. Wharton, Novinger, Mo 

D. W. Pillers, Callao. Mo 

S. C. Willis, Kirksville, Mo 



Nathan Byers, Cherry Box, Mo., 
J. K. P. liawsou, Crawford, Mo.. 
M. T. Steen, Martinstown, Mo... 

Chas. Duty, Revere, Mo 

A. C. Goodding, Atlanta, Mo 

D. C. Morelock, Stahl Citv, Mo.., 

John Willis, Sue City, Mo 

J. T. Moore, Memphis, Mo 



C. E. Chase, Merriam, Kan 

J. M. Reeder, Altona, Mo 

Levi W. E.stes, Knolmoster, Mo 

John M. Vaughan, Butler, Mo 

H. E. King, Bates City, Mo 

J. F. Baird, Blue Springs, Mo , 

J M. Howerton, Blairstown, Mo 

P. M. Lee, Belton, Mo 

H. R. McCutehen, Blairstown, Mo... 
W. H. Hammond, Columbus, Mo.... 

Wni. Ragsdale, Chapel Hill, Mo 

W. H. Engel, Centerview, Mo 

T. C. Porter, Westport, Mo 

J. M. Weidemeyer, Clinton, Mo 

S. W. Dob.son, Chilkowee, Mo 

Pleasant Hill, Butler, Mo 

R. F. Barr, Chalk Level, Mo 

L. D. Talbot, Dayton, Mo 



John W. Taylor, Clinton, Mo 

AVm. Dolan, Freeman, Mo 

J. A. R. Chamberlin, Greenton, Mo 
J. S. Woolridge, Harrisonville, Mo. 

J. C. McCurdy, Hume, Mo 

Arthur Doolej', La Due, Mo 

J. C. Ryan, HolOen, Mo 

V. B. Robinson, Independence. Mo... 
Jas. P. Parrish, Kansas City, Mo., 

J. S. Mayes, Knobnoster, Mo 

W. M. Lewis, Lee's Summit, Mo., 
F. M. King, Lake City, "Mo 



R. A. Williams. 
J. W. Bell 



[Clay Shook I . 



Jno. Winn 

H. M.McHowelL. 
J. M. McKnight.. 
W. H. Johnson.... 
H. M. McDowell. 



R. A. Williams.... 

•T. B. Latimer 

J. B. Latimer 

R. A. Williams..., 
R. A. Williams.... 

G. N. Burns 

H. M. McDowell . 

J. B. Latimer 

T. (i. Pool 

H. M. McDowell . 
W. C. Herdman... 

T. G. Reagan 

H. M. McDowell., 
W. C. Herdman.., 

T. G. Reagan 

Jno. Winn 

J. B. Latimer 



A. W. Green. 



J. A. Poteet 

W. D. Blair 

W. M. Reed 

R. D. Blair 

S. U. Leinbach. 



L. F. Clemens. 
P. McCluney... 
Frank Russell.. 
E. C. Boasy 



J. H. Hoiix.. 
W. M. Reed.. 



James Robinson. 
W. A. Walker.... 

A. A. Moore 

J. W. Mitchell... 



T. A. Lampton. 



J. H. Piper 

W. H. Black, D.D.. 
T. B. Rice 



J. G. Dalton 



400 
500 
1000 



400 
2500 
8000 
2000 

500 



KOO 
900 

1100 
800 
700 

1000 

1000 
sno 
1)00 

1000 
750 
300 

1600 
800 



135850 



SI 200 



800 
300 
1200 
3000 



1200 

1000 

50 



600 



5000 

20000 

1500 

2000 



35- 
200 
100 

30 



75 



77 
50 
50^ 
40 
66; 
50 

"io6 

75 



35 



107 
114 



48 
11 



76 
130 



62 
68 



129 

1.36 

70 

30 

30 



1894-1 



Statistical Tables. 



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18 






353 

789 
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27 70 

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55 64 
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31. Lexington 

32. Latour 

33. Lone Elm 

34. Montserrat 

35. Mount Hope 

36. Mount Zion 

37. Montrose 

38. Mount Moriah 

39. Mount Hebron 

40. Mount Carmel 

41. New Prospect 

42. New Liberty 

43. Odessa " 

44. Oak Grove 

45. Pisgah 

46. Providence 

47. Pleasant Ridge 

48. Peculiar 

49. Pleasant (irove 

•50. Pleasant Prairie 

51. Rock Spring 

52. Rich Hill 

53. Ramah 

54. Shiloh 

55. Salem 

56. Surprise 

57. Shawnee Mound 

58. Strasburg 

59. Spring Grove 

60. Spruce 

€1. Tebo 

62. Urich 

63. Walnut 

64. Walnut Grove 

•65. Warren.sburg 

66. Westport 

^7. Wood's Chapel 



4. MoGee. 

1. Armstrong 

2. Bethel..... 

3. Bethany 

4. Bethlehem 

5. Blutf Spring 

6. Brush Creek 

7. Cairo 

8. College Mound 

9. Corinth 

10. Eldad 

11. Grand Prairie 

12. Guthrie 

13. Higbee 

14. Holliday 

15. Huntsville 

16. Macon 

17. Middle River 

18. Moberly 

19. Mt. Carmel 

20. Mt. Hope 

■21. Pleasant Hope 

22. Prairie Hill 

23. Roanoke 

24. Salem 



S. F. .Smith, Lexington, Mo 

H. A. Sitt, Latour, Mo 

Wm. Hummel, Montrose, Mo 

J. F. Gillum, Montserrat, Mo 

W. A. Holland, Appleton City, Mo.. 
.7. H. Woodford, Warrensburg, Mo... 

D. W. Elliott, Montrose, Mo 

J. E. Newton, Fayetteville, Mo.......... 

S. Smith, Mayview, Mo 

Charles Mertel, La Due, Mo 

D. B. Sweezv, Revnard, Mo 

.1. T. Hughe's, Blairstown, Mo 

T. R. Taylor, Odessa, Mo 

,1. H. Parker, AVarreusburg, Mo 

,1. W. Taylor, Centerview, Mo 

Henry Boston, Holden, Mo 

Lucien Green, Reynard, Mo 

H. M Davis, Peculiar, Mo 

R. D. Brandon, Knobnoster, Mo 

R. C. Mabry, Oak Grove, Mo 

P. H. Givens, Kingsville, Mo 

J. F. Tedford, Rich Hill, Mo 

B. F. Nash, Clinton, Mo 

H. R. Wariiick, Cornelia, Mo 

T. E. William. Robbins, Mo 

H. B. AVitliir>p.Min, Gaines, Mo 

S. H. Elliott, Shawnee Mound, Mo... 

.1. D. Sattertield 

W. H. Carroll, Johnson City, Mo 

V. W. Compton, Spruce, Mo 

.Tohn F.Hargrave, Lewis Station, Mo. 

E. M, Hall, Urich, Mo 

A\'. H. Caton, Foster, Mo 

W. L. Ogg. .Tohnstown, Mo 

W. K. Morrow, Warrensburg, Mo 

L. A. Goodman, Westport, Mo 

S. S. Newton, Blue Springs, Mo 



S. B. Yancjy, Armstrong, Mo 

R. A. A'asse, Callao, Mo.T 

A. S. Taylor, Keytesville, Mo 

J L. Garner, Centralia, Mo 

J. E. Sproul, Strother, Mo 

Ira Blue, Lingo, Mo 

J. A. Hannah, Carlo. 3Io 

W. A. McRea, College Mound, Mo... 

J. L. Mason, Chraneville, Mo 

A. C. Broadus. Darksville, Mo 

A. D. Petty, Jack.sonville, Mo 

S. N. Guthrie, Guthrie, Mo 

R. G. Fray, Yates, Mo 

C. L. Harpbam, Holliday, JIo 

W. A. Wood, Huntsville, Mo 

Ben. Eli Guthrie, Macon, Mo 

J. R. Ebersole, Fulton, Mo 

G. J. Giuther, Moberly, Mo , 

J. K. Harlan, Grand Center, Mo 

J. C. Jenkins, Huntsville, Mo 

S. W. Powell, Ai'dmore. Mo 

J. W. Snoddy, Prairie Hill, Mo 

Alex Denny, Roanoke, Mo 

J. T. Halliburton, Jacksonville, Mo. 



J. C. Littrell... 
J. C. Littrell.... 
T. A. Lampton. 

J H. Houx 

Wm. M. Reed... 
G. W. Mathis... 
S.J. Walkup ... 
G. W. Mathis.... 



Z. T. Orr 

J. A. Poteet.. 

Z. T. Orr 

J. H. Tharp.. 
J. H. Houx.. 
J. H. Houx.. 



T. A. Lampton 
W. A. Walker., 

J. A. Poteet 

J. G. Daltou 

T. B. Rice 

J. W. Sullivan.. 



G. W. Mathis 

Y. W. Whitsett.. 
S. F. Williams... 



C. J. Barr 

T. A. Lampton. 
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J. W. Mitchell. 
Wm. M. Reed... 

S.J. Walkup 

S. Finis King.... 

G. P. Baity 

S. U. Leinbach. 



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S. D. Logan. 



H. W. Sears.. 
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25. Salisbury 

26. Sharon 

27. Shiloh 

28. Sugar Creek , 

29. Sweet Spring 

30. Union 

31. Westville 



5. Neosho. 

1. Bethel 

2. Center Creek... 

3. Clear Creek 

4. Carthage 

5. Concord 

6. Cassville 

7. Clay Hill 

8. Exeter 

9. Flat Creek 

10. Forest Home .. 

11. Mt. Pleasant.... 

12. Marr's Hill 

13. Neosho 

14. Newtonia 

15. Pasley 

16. Oregon 

17. Pierce City 

18. Purdy 

19. Ritehey 

20. Sarcoxie 

21. WebbCitv 

22. White Oak 

23. Washburn 



6. New Lebanon. 

1. Armstead 

2. Arrow Rock 

3. Aurora Springs 

4. Bethel 

5. Boonsville 

C. Buneeton 

7. Centretown 

8. Clarksburg 

9. Concord 

10. Elston 

11. Hardeman 

12. Harmony 

13. Hazel Grove 

14. Heath's Creek 

15. Highland 

16. Hopewell 

17. Marshall 

18. Moreau 

19. Mount Horeb 

20. Mount Olive 

21. Mount Vernon 

Mt. Zion 

22. Nelson 

23. New Bethlehem 

24. New Hope 

25. New Lebanon 



W. B. Duff, Salisbury, Mo 

H. C. Thorp, Armstrong, Mo 

J. T. Moore, Paris, Mo 

M. Y. Buchanan, Moberly. Mo. 

A. F. Gill, Huntsville, Mo 

J. W. Schooling, Riggs, Mo 

J. S. Staples, Westville, Mo 



W. H. Jones, Sarcoxie, Mo 

J. C. Stevens, Reeds, Mo 

D. .S. Brown, Pierce City, Mo 

J. A. Prather, Carthage, Mo 

W. C. Furguson, Exeter, Mo 

Josei)h Hudson, Cassville, Mo 

H. H. Wilson, Madry, Mo 

Effie MoCracken, Kxeter, Mo 

J. W. Shepherd, McDowell, Mo 

J. W. Shipman, Forest Home, Mo.... 
R. J. Henson, Butterfield, Mo , 

A. M. Wiley, .Sholton, Mo 

0. V. Wager, Neosho, Mo 

H. A. Elder, Newtonia, Mo 

B. L. Chasteen, Cassville, Mo » 

P. L. Justice, Sarcoxie. Mo 

Alexander Foster, Pierce City, Mo. 

F. A. Archibald, Purdv, Mo 

J. M. Curtis, Ritehey, Mo 

S. M. Brown, Sarcoxie, Mo 

W. F. Spurgin, Webb City, Mo 

Peter Fishburn, Avilla, Mo 

T. P. Moonev, Washburn, Mo 



J. H. Jones, Tedieville, Mo., 



H. G. Windsor, Boouville, Mo 

F. H. B. Street, Gooche's Mill, Mo. 



W. B. Kerns, Buneeton. Mo.. 

A. N. Wilhite, Centretown, Mo 

A. T. Swarner, Clarksburg, Mo 

A. W. Iieering, Jamestown, Mo 

O fjouge, Elston, Mo 

Thos. J. Davis, Hardeman, Mo 

W. A. Burnside, Miami, Mo 

W. T. Clavcomb, Herndon, Mo 

G. T. Stone, Koping, Mo 

G. F. Fluke, Overton, Mo 

A. T. (Campbell, Excelsior, Mo 

R. M. Reynolds, Marshall, Mo 

Robt. Springer, Tipton, Mo 

J. H. Seber, Norton, Mo 

W. D. Buck, Marshall, Mo 

W. P. Harriman, Pilot Grove, Mo.. 



J. E. Sharp 

E. B. Surface 

W. H. Johnston. 



R. S. Maupiu. 



J. F. Clark 

J. J. Dunham 

M. B. Irwin 

H PinkstoD 

E. W. McCracken., 

A. K. Crurley 

E. W. McCracken. 



A. K. Gurley... 
A. B. Johnson. 



E. W. McCracken. 

J. F. Clark 

R. W. Reynolds 

A. K. Gurley 

J. J. Dunham 

R. W. Reynolds 

E. B. Johnson 

J. F. Clark 

E. W. McCracken.. 



E. O. Whitwell. 
B. Margeson 



Thos. Penick. 
W. H. Shaw.. 
W. H. Shaw.. 



H. D. Kennedy . 



T. S. Love. 



J. F. Finley. Nelson, Mo 

Phil Kopp, Vermont, Mo 

J. C. Cunningham, California, Mo. 
R. D. Cordry, New Lebanon, Mo..., 



C. W. McBride 

C. W. McBride 

J. C. Worley 

J. E. Sharp 

W. H. Black, D.D.. 
J. E. F. Robertson . 

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240 



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[1894. 



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conqregation. 



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AND Post-office. 



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Neiv Lebanon — Continued. 

26. New Prospect 

27. New Salem 

28. New Ziou 

29. Otterville 

30. Pleasant Hill 

31. Prairie Chapel 

32. Rusellville 

33. Salt Fork 

34. Sedalia 

3.5. Slater 

36. Stony Point 

Andrew Olson 



7. Ozark. 

1. Aurora 

2. Big Spring 

.3. Central 

4. Dadeville 

5. Deerfield 

6. iJuval 

7. Ellis 

8. Everton 

9. Golden City 

10. Greenfield 

11. Harwood 

12. Hickory Grove 

13. Hopewell 

14. lautha 

15. Lockwood 

16. Lone .Star. 

17. Marionville 

18. Maple Grove 

19. Milford 

20. Mount Carmel 

21. Mount Moriah 

22. Mount Olivet 

23. Mount Vernon 

24. Mount Zion 

25. New Bethel 

26. New Hope 

27. Oak Grove 

28. Ozark 

29. Pleasant Ridge 

30. Prairie Grove 

31. Red Oak 

32. Richland 

33. Roper's Hill 

34. .Salem 

35. Sac River 

36. Schell Citv 

37. South Greenfield 

38. .Spring Creek 

39. Spring River 

40. Stockton 

41. Union Chapel 

42. Verona 

43. Virgil City 

44. Victory 

45. Walker 

4fi. Walnut Grove 

Presbyterial Offering . 



A. M. George, Clark's Fork, Mo.. 

C. J. Kitchel, Clarksburg, Mo 

I. W. Hupp, Otterville, Mo 

R. Allison, Syracuse, Mo 

L. I). Starkey, Dresden, Mo 

I. M. George, Rus.sellville, Mo 

W. T. Crockett, NeLson, Mo 

J. E. Ritchey, Sedalia, Mo 

W. H. Lain, .Slater, Mo 

M. F. IJoman, Smithton, Mo 



J. L. Rinker, Aurora, Mo 

J. W. Sutton, Frelstatt, Mo.... 

John Webber, Aurora, Mo 

John Landers, Dadeville, Mo.. 



S. T. McCune, Duval, Mo 

G. G. Delancy, Ellis, Mo 

W. R. Dye, Everton, Mo 

.Tohn Butler, Golden City, Mo... 

T. E. Bell, Greenfield, Mo 

D. W. Wil.son, , , 

G. L. Robinson, Areola, Mo 

.1. E. McNary. Lamar, Mo 

J. W.'McCrea, lantha. Mo 

J. V. Newman, Lockwood, Mo... 

Elijah Medlin, Aurora, Mo , 

J. B. Milliken, Marionville, Mo.. 



W. H. Callahan, Milford, Mo. 
L. A. Allen, Stockton, Mo 



N. A. King, Bona, Mo 

M. F. Kirby, Mt. Vernon, Mo 

Mack .Sailing, South Greenfield. Mo. 
I. W. Davenport, Golden City, Mo... 

John Marshall, Corry, Mo 

M. Haigler, Walnut Grove, Mo 

S. E. Roberts, Mt. Vernon, Mo 

J. P. Compton, Dadeville, Mo 



Henry Upp, Red Oak, Mo . 



William Hagerty, Greenfield, Mo., 
Lee McElmore, , , 



J. V. Taylor, Schell Citv, Mo 

T. A. Cox, South Greenfield, Mo.. 

T. D. White, Dunigan, Mo 

A. A. Young, Verona, Mo 

Mrs. S. A. Wren, Kader, Mo 



J. F. Marbut, Verona, Mo 

J. E. Vandiver, Montevallo, Mo.. 



J. W. Blakey, Walnut Grove, Mo. 



L. Clemens 

H. D. Kennedy 

Jas. Logan 

Jas. Martin 

J. E. F. Robertson. 



C. W. McBride... 
Alonzo Pearson. 
H. R. Crockett... 
Jas. Logan 



Jonathan Williams. 

G. F. Harbour 

T. S Brown 

J. M. Clark 



W. E. Shaw 

E. E. Baker 

VV. R. Russell 

W. H. Stephens . 
J. W. Ritchey .., 



G. T. Jeffers... 
T. S. Brown.. . 
A. K. Gurlev . 



C. J. Allen..., 
G.T.' Jeffers! 



J. M. Clark 

F. P. Witherspoon..., 

G. F. Harbour 

W. E. Shaw 

J. T. Jones 



G. F. Harbour . 
J. M. Clark 



W. D. Rudolph. 
W R. Rus.sell... 

G. T. .Teffers 

G. F. Harbour .. 
W. E. Shaw 



F. P. Witherspoon. 
3, M. Clark .• 



A. N. List. 



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5. Bethlehem 

Biglow 

6. Concord 

7. Dearborn 

8. Easton 

9. Elk Horn 

10. Fairview 

11. Enou 

12. Flag Springs 

13. Faucett..... 

14. Grand River 

15. Harmony 

16. Independence 

17. King City 

18. Liberty 

19. Linkville 

20. McFall 

21. Maple Grove 

22. Missouri City 

23. Mt. Bethel 

24. Mt. Carmel 

25. Mt. Gilead 

26. Mt. Pleasant 

27. Mt. Zion 

28. Oak Grove 

29. Osborn 

30. Pleasant Pvidge 

31. Pleasant View 

32. Roohe.ster 

33. Rock Creek 

.34. Round Grove 

35. Savannah 

36. Shady Grove 

37. Stewartsville 

38. St. Joseph 

39. Tarkio 

40. Tinney's Grove...-. 

41. Union Chapel 

42. Walkup's Grove 

43. Watson 

44. Weathcrbv 

45. West Fork 

Presbyterial Offering.. 
J. B. Eberts 



9. Salem. 

1. Argo 

2. Bethel 

3. Black Jack 

4. Bourbon 

5. Crooked Creek.. 

6. Canaan 

7. Dry Branch 

8. New Hope 

9. Pleasant Point. 

10. Salem 

11. Steelville 

12. Sullivan 

13. Union 



W. T. Farris, Agency, Mo 

H. M. Wayman, .Albany, Mo., 
Daniel Carpenter, Barry, Mu.. 
T. L. Gaunt, Bainbrldge, Mo.. 
A. J. Calhoun, Liberty, Mo.... 



Thomas Blue, Cosby, Mo 

A. S. Mullendore, Dearborn, Mo 

Dr. J. S. T.-ilbot, Easton, Mo , 

D. W. Pettus, Crab Orchard, Mo 

R. N. Bigham, Avenue City, Mo 

Jas. Woods, Excelsior Springs, Mo... 

J. R. Dunn, Flag Springs, Mo 

Dr. .Jas. K. Graham, Faucette, Mo... 

W. P. Lowe, Evona, Mo 

W. P. Sampson, Stockbridge, Mo 

John Richey, Hemple, Mo 

A. H. Sylvester, King City, Mo 

E. M. Wayman, Lone Star, Mo 

F. W. Hilbus, Linkville, Mo 

Frank Owen, McFall, Mo 

W. F. Waits, Tarkio, Mo 

W. A. Wilkinson, Kearney, Mo 

I. W. Carson, latan. Mo 

W. D. Morrow, Hamburg, Iowa 

H. Wamsley, Cameron, Mo 

W. R. Patton, Richmond, Mo 

\V. H. Chapman, St. Joseph, Mo 

John A. Maxwell, St. Joseph, Mo 

J. E. Eberts, Osborn, Mo 

D R. McDaniel, Fairfax, Mo 

E. R. Melton, Craig, Mo 

W. R. Nuckols, Rochester, Mo 

(i. AV. Lash, Rockport, Mo 

David F. Jame.son, Darlington, Mo... 
John W. Fuller, Avenue City, Mo.... 
A. M. Cameron, Excelsior Sp'gs, Mo. 

J. W. Watson, Hemple, Mo 

C F. Emmert, St. Joseph, Mo 

Je.sse Davidson, Tarkio, Mo 

A. R. Cowsert, Tinney's Grove, Mo... 

G. W. Yates, Helena," Mo 

T. S. Rolofson, Dotham, Mo 

Dr. I. B. Jones, Watson, Mo 

H. R. Harper, Weatherby, Mo 

Joseph Simpson, Grant City, Mo 



W. F. Perry 

C. E. Hayes 

O. D. Allen 

A. S McDaniel , 



S. T. nivinia 

S. T. Divinia 

Lafayette Munkirs. 

S. H. Murray 

Lafayette Munkirs. 

James Froman 

C. B. Powers 



H. R. Norris 

H. R. Norris 

James Froman 

A. S. McDaniel 

S. T. Divinia 

C. E. Hayes 

W. F. Perry 

H. G. King 

S. T. Divinia 

F. G. Prall 

Lafavette Munkirs 

G. W. Hawley 

C. E Haves 

C. B. Powers 

H. G. King 

C. B. Powers 

O. D. Allen 

H. R. Norris 



Jas. B. Bralev, Argo, Mo 

Wm. Benner," Oak Hill, Mo , 

W. J. Self, Cherryville, Mo 

Mrs. M. O. Taylor, Bourbon, Mo. 

L. P. Key, Keysville,Mo 

Warren Nana, Cook Station, Mo. 

A. W. Tower, Morrellton, Mo 

D. R. Moser, jadwin. Mo 

A. C. Coppedge, Steelville, Mo.... 

.7. M. Berry, Salem, Mo 

W. C. Devol, Steelville, Mo 

Jas. R. Clark, Sullivan, Mo 

H. I. Gibbs, Leasburg, Mo 



C. E. Haves - 

G. W. Hawley .. 
G. W. Hawley.. 
James Froman.. 
.7. H. Norman .. 

F. G. Prall 

H. G. King 

H. R. Norris 

O. D. Allen 

W. F. Perry 

('. B. Powers....'. 
A. S. McDaniel.. 



A. T. Carr 

.1. M. Hamby.. 



J. M. Hamby 

M. R. Dougherty. 

A. T. Carr '. . 

M. R. Dougherty. 
A. T. Carr 



J. M. Hambv. 



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1 
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1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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1 
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S. G. Decherd 


47 




J. W. Archer, Auburn, Mo 

J. B. Purnell, Bowling Green, Ky.... 


J. R. Patton 


45 




Geo. F. Nason 




I^O 




J. B. White 




55 


6 Buffalo 


James C. Jordan, Louisiana, Mo 

John W. Warmsley, Clarksville, Mo. 

Edwin Bedell, Middletown, Mo 

J. S Patton, Clarksville, Mo 


J. R. Patton 




T'l 




S. G. Decherd 


4 


97 




S. G. Decherd 

Mark Bell 


40 


9 Clarksville 


7500 
1200 
3 0(1 
900 
200 


75 




W. B. Davis, Currvville, Mo 


R. 0. Elmore 




•>5 


11- Corinth 


Parson C. Mackey, Clark.sville, Mo... 


Mark Bell 


l.-i 
3 
6 


40 


12 Curryville 


R. 0. Elmore 


30 


13. Elsberry 


J. M. McDonald, Elsberry, Mo 


Mark Bell 






F. M Hamlet, Farber, Mo 


G. M. C. Okes 




15 Frankford 








5000 
500 


90 




Lafayette Reading, Louisiana, Mo... 




9 


90 




G. M. C. Okes 










28 
10 


18000 
800 


190 




•Tames Enloe, Madison ville, Mo 


S. L. Woody 










21 Middletown 




J. B. White 




700 
1200 

701' 

600 
lOdO 

400 
1200 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
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95 




W. H. Higbee, Montgora'y City, Mo. 


Hay Bell 


10 
2 

8 


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24 Mount Olivet 


James Heaton, Mt. Carmel, Mo 

F. C. Clayton New London, Mo 

Louis Philips, New Florence, Mo 


Hav Bell 


65 




S. L. Woodv 


?0 






14 


95 


27. Olney 

28. Silex 


J. B. White 


34 


B F. Williams, Silex, Mo 


J. R. Patton 




32 
25 




29. Smyrna 


W. M. Vanarsdale, New Hartf d, Mo 


E. A. Harris 


1 


600 












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32 
83 
66 
120 
50 
60 


1000 

3010 

500 

1500 


1 
1 
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41 


31. Vandalia 


W. C. Orr, Vandalia, Mo 

Samuel Hasler, Middletown, Mo 

G D Steele Wellsville Mo... 


J. R. Patton 


20 
5 


70 


32. Walnut Grove 


J. B. White 


56 


33 Wellsville 


Hav Bell 


75 




John Dickey, Ladonia, Mo 

Z. F. Tucker, Whiteside, Mo 


(t. M C. Oakes 


1.5 




35. Whiteside 


M. Brooks 


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J. M. Potts, Fairplav, Mo 


H. M. Gardner 


161 

3 

18 


3014 

94 

128 








11. Springfield. 


S69500 

$800 
1200 


1 

2 


1624 
60 




J. C. McCall, Brookline, Mo 


W. M. Hicks 


112 










3. East Star 




G. W. Plummer 




21 

30 


200 


1 
1 


23 




J. T. Martin, Rondo, Mo 


G. T. Jefters 


1 


6 












W. S. Grigsby, Cranestone Co., Mo... 


J. D. Springer 


5 


28 




1 


40 








8 Mansfield 


J.J. McMullen, Mansfield, Mo 

P. R. Barnes, Hickory Barren, Mo... 
















W. M. Hicks 


9 


70 


500 


1 


75 










S. H. Davidson, Hartsville, Mo 

J. L. Dillard, Springfield, Mo 


J. L. Smalley 


1 
13 


35 
55 


500 
800 


1 
2 


25 




G. AV Moore 


40 


13. Ozark 








T. C. Hudson Bradford, Mo. 




10 

7 

1 

10 


58 
137 

40 
184 




1 

1 

1 


54 




T.J. Rippee, Mansfield, Mo 


J. A. Russell 


500 


40 


16. Pleasant Divide. 


J. P. Fullerton, Pleasant, Hope, Mo. 


M. F. Wells 


25 






1500 


9ft 


18. Phillipsbur^. ... 








J. C. Yaochum, Robertson's Mill, Mo 


J. F. Phipps 


1 
36 
3.5 

6 


36 

284 
58 
68 


85 
3000 
1000 
1000 


1 
4 
2 

1 




20. Springfield (1st Church) 

21. Springfield (Avenue).... 


M. B. De Witt 


250 


Samuel Achord, Springfield Mo.... 
W. T. Boundtree, Pbenix, Mo 




60 


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40 



























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66 
21 






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80 


















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106 




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L1894. 



Name of the 

C!ON(iREGATION. 


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2 
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164 


34 
55 


300 
1100 


1 
1 

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65 




W.S. Gillespie, Willard, Mo 




30 










12. St. Louis. 


1718 


849485 

8 7.500 
80000 


1041 




AV. H. Clemens, St. Louis, Mo 


B. P. Fiillerton 


29 


220 


^75 




L. P. Wliitwell, Bennett, Mo 




13. West Plains. 


29 


220 

13 
76 
42 
40 
22 
20 
17 
41 
33 
14 


887500 


275 


2. Cabool 


T. L. Moore, Cabool, Mo 


J. H. Bone 


27 

3 

40 


81000 
200 


1 
1 
1 
1 


150 


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Miss Lillie Andrews, AVest Plains, Mo 
Miss Willie D. Shuch, Eminence, Mo 

J. A. Whitten. Aton, Mo 

Mrs. Flora Rippee, AVest Plains, Mo. 
.T. F. Compton, Mountain A^iew, Mo. 
D. T. King, Sr., Alton, Mo 


J. H. Martin 


40 




J. H Bone. . 


50 




Robert A. King 


400 


20 






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Robert A. King 

Robert A. King 


7 
6 
15 
5 


300 
100(: 
200 
500 


1 
2 

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25 


















13 
15 
14 

69 
134 
100 

12 








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J M Cox Jeff Mo 


W. S. Kincaid 






1 

1 
1 
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1 




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14 
3 
9 

15 
6 




VO 




T. P. Modrall, Olden, Mo 

Geo. H. Carter, AVest Plains, Mo 

R. F. Moffitt, AVillow Springs, Mo 


J. H. Bone 


1000 
2000 
3000 


40 


15 West Plains 




95 






75 




J. H. Bone 












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1. Blackwell 


150 


815 

17 
106 
60 
124 
24 
21 
15 
45 
40 
36 


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550 




AV. H. AValker, Gibson, Mo 


C. M. Eaton 


24 
15 
43 
12 

4 


3800 
1800 
2000 
1000 
400 


1 
2 

4 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 


45 


3. Dexter 


E. E. Carter, Dexter, Mo 




75 






J. H. Currv 


70 






W. H. AVhite 


45 




T. F. Sloan, Irondale, Mo 


E. H. White 


15 


















800 
600 
20t0 


12 












10. Maiden 


G. A. DeBow, Maiden, Mo 




16 


42 












AV. H. McCarroll 

AV. H. Cook 


"9 


18 
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52 
53 
54 
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1000 

1000 

501 

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35 




J. C. Kimminger, Piedmont, Mo 


E. H. AA'hite 


41 




E. H. AVhite 




38 






W. H. Cook 


6 


4?. 


16. West Prairie 




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Synod of Ohio. 
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13 
10 
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138 
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124 
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70 
35 
87 
40 
65 


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250( 
800 
201 ic 

1200 
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1500 
451 

15(.0 


660 

65 




Chas. Jolley, Hebbardsville, Ohio 


C. R. Harmon 




3. Carlton 


J. H. Kirkpatrick ... 


46 




J. K. Haiden, Centerburg, Ohio 

Geo. Smith, Harrisonville, Ohio 

Rufus Dodson, T.aurelville, Ohio 


J. G. Miller 


110 




.T. H. Kirkpatrick.... 
M. Dent 


104 




1.33 




35 






M. Dent 




93 


9. Tarleton 


Fred. Milizer, Tarlton. Ohio 

R. L. Cliitter, Marshiield, Ohio 


M. Dent 


12 
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60 


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60 
















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812800 


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L1894. 



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3000 
18000 
12001' 
4000 
40UO 


4 
2 
4 
4 
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85 


2. Bradford 


8 

13 

24 

4 

4 


174 
4.i0 
236 
15(1 
135 


130 






J. R. Morris, Ph.D... 
W. F. Silveus 


99fi 






165 




J. C. .Smith, Sharonville, Ohio 

L. T. Kronskopf, West Chester, 0.... 


S.K Holt,<.inger,D D. 
S.K.Holtsinger, U.D. 


95 


6. West Chester..... 


150 


















3. Muskingum. 


55 


1355 
20 


843000 
$1000 


850 
40 


2. Beverly 




R. J. Beard 






John S. Conner, Cumberland, Ohio... 
James S. Conner, Hiramsburg, Ohio. 


W. G. Archer 


25 


29^ 
36 


lOOOi 
1001 


4 

... 


150 




W . C. Archer 
















S. F. Longhbottom... 
I. M. Boyles 












Synod of Oregon. 
1. Oregon Pre-ibytery. 


25 

15 
2 
2 

30 


412 

50 
31 
31 
76 
13 
15 


S20000 
$320( 


2 

2 

4 
2 
2 


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81 




J. W. Hobert, Silverton, Ore 






W V. McGee 


2000 
3600 

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40 


4. McMinnville 


R. Nelson, McMinnville, Ore 


W. H. Jones 

S. F. Longhbottom... 
W. V. McGee 


100 


5. Pleasant Hill 


40 


6. Sodaville 




70 




B F Boyles,J Wilhoit, Ore 


I. M. Boyles 




















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Elmer E Thompson. 


I 
35 


20 
115 


200 
2001 


2 

4 


45 


10. Woodburn 


W H. Gowdy, Hubbard, Ore . 


105 


11. Mill Citv 






12. Salem 


H. A. Olnian, Salem, Ore 


J. C. Templetou 


12 


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4001 


4 

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45 




J. Martin, Walla Walla, Wash 




2. Walla Walla. 


105 


407 

4 
56 
37 
50 
21 
17 
23 
33 
29 
14 
50 
56 
111 
176 
31 
41 


311500 
S900 


446 


2. Bethel 


J. P. T. McCroskey, Steptoe, Wash... 
I. Snodgrass, Cceur d' Alene, Idaho... 






71 




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J. C. Van Patten 

W. W. Brannin 

R. W. Walker 


7 


2501 


60 








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R. C. Hinton, Foster, Ore 

J. L. Smith 










D. F. Ravens 






1 
2 




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R. C. Brannin, Helix, Ore 


\V. W. Brannin 

R. W Walker 






"2 
4 

4 
2 
4 










12. Oake.sdale .' 


E. L Scott Oaksdale, Wash 


J. A. McCroskey 

L. F. Bond 


"70 
50 
15 
18 






13. Union Chapel 

14. Walla Walla 


J. M. Moore, Pomeroy, Wash „.. 

W. P. Winans, Walla Walla, Wash.. 
S. P. Ragsdill, Mil on, Ore 




138 


R. F. Powell 


5001 


174 




W. W. Brannin 

Wm. Metcalf 




16. Seattle 


L. S. Beck, Ravenna Park, Wa-sh 


1500 


30 








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150 


942 


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789 


















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6. Billard 
































8. Fairmount 
































9. Mary's Piiver 

































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816 41 


1 85 


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383 41 








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824 55 


816 41 


86 25 


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869 55 

80 75 


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8245 


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83 25 
12 50 














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70 


845 00 


87 00 


810 00 


85 00 


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4 00 
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1588 50 
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81 50 


81 85 


81 50 


82 65 














87 50 






































































55 08 


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206 60 


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82 00 










287 50 





















































































































250 



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Kame of the 
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Synod ical Offering ; 

Synod of Pacific. 
1. Calijotnia Presbytery. 










• 












482 

1 

160 

10 

78 

16 

40 

13 

134 

201 

6 


Slo900 

8500 
2400 


4 


368 
30 




W. H. Findley, Arroyo Grande, Cal. 
C. Gosling. Monticello, Cal 




3 


197 






49 






S. S. Patterson... 


16 

4 
17 


2000 

250 

2000 


4 

2 
2 


50 




Mrs. E. M.Mathews, Lower Lake, Cal. 
W. G. Cannon, Middletown, Cal 




9*1 


6 Middletown 


G. W. Scott 


85 












J. P. Dickson 


11 
36 




4 
4 


98 




T. F. Kerr, Los Gatos, Cal 


J. 0. McClurkan 


160C0 
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190 


10. Sebastopol 




11. Shiloh 










12. Solitarv 


S. P. Sittftn, Paso Robles, Cal 


J. P. Walker 




12 
27 
135 




2 
4 
4 


25 




Miss L. .Jennie Boulware. Maytield... 
T. H. Fenley, Winters, Cal....' 


B. F. Whittemore 

H. C. Culton . . . 


9 
35 


2500 
6000 


38 


14 Winters 


120 


Jiev. J. R. Walker .. . . 








U. IF. Childs 
































Others 




































B. T. Tipton 








4 
2 
2 
4 
2 
4 
4 
4 




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131 

1 
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1 

4 

32 

30 


893 

98 
8 
17 
30 
24 
82 
76 
90 


S42150 
8 2000 


975 
60 




W. S. Underwood, Ravniond. Cal 

A. McNielly, Collegeville, Cal 


W. S. Underwood 

J. B. Girling 

E. L. B. McClelland. 


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.3. Collegeville 


1000 
3500 
600 
8000 
20(;0 
4000 


56 




John Stewart, Crow's Landing. Cal... 


40 


5. Farmiugton 


98 


0. A. Baker, Merced, Cal 

A. D. McMaster, Plainsburg, Cal 




100 






40 
















9. Stockton 


W. N. Rutherford, Stockton, Cal 

F. P. Tombs, Salida, Cal 




2) 


90 
40 

8 


5000 
800 


4 
2 
2 


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J. B. Girling 


40 


11. White Rock 


W. S. Underwood 






Hev. L. R. Bond 










R. T. Norris, Bakersfield, Cal 














A. Tulare. 
1. Bakersfield 


120 

5 
31 

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583 

38 
21 
10 
72 


826900 
8 2500 


541 
55 




M. B. Golden, Downey, Cal 




65 


3. Exeter 




S. T. Gilliam 






4. Fresno 




3000 




75 


Garfield 










D. C. Maddux, Glennville, Cal 


B. D. Austin 




36 
163 

57 
69 
40 
10 
11 
38 
121 
15 
84 


1200 
7000 
1000 




46 


6. Hanford 




D. E. Bushnell, D.D. 
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8 
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W. H. Moflitt Lime Kiln Cal 


30 


8. King's River 




C. H. Revburn 


61 






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10. Portervilie 










11. Prospect 

12. Sanger 


B. F. Peugh, Orosi, Cal 


I. -A. Gaither 




500 






H. P. Hood, Sanger, Cal 




14 
51 


75 






J. R. Kirkpatrick 


700 


198 


14. Tule River 








J. C. Campbell, Farmersville, Cal 




24 


2500 




10'> 


Rev. E. H. Idles 






Council Pacific Siinod, 
















Synodical Offering 
















Presbylerial Offering 




























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153 85 


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47 60 




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80 


325 

28 
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8399 90 
8 3 75 


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170 


1 75 




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7 50 


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53 


422 90 




















258 
820 
250 
175 




1 75 


4 05 


3 00 
3 00 


82 25 


8 3 


2 80 
40 00 
19 30 
24 80 
16 00 
4 75 
4 40 


1000 
20 




1274 85 


?5 


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36 00 
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15 60 


563 


1497 60 








10 40 
15 25 
5 00 






183 
50 


467 70 










50 00 
25 00 


21 75 
3 75 










336 80 




4 00 


14 15 








67 90 




















4 75 










100 
41 
537 




3 60 
















108 00 


























41 00 




77 








9 57 


15 00 




12 20 






12 25 


1576 


124 


2286 02 




















17 






450 






3 35 




14 35 




14 


8 30 




291 


781 00 








25 00 










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205 90 
13 56 
















205 90 






























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83519 


873 50 


846 37 


8455 61 


847 38 


8170 70 


82 25 


8250 


8156 45 


g2714 


81056 


88055 60 



252 



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Congregation 



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Synod of Pennsylvania. 

1. Allegheny Presbytery. 

1. Anita 

2. Bethany 

Center 

3. Cranberry 

•1. Elenora 

5. Irwin 

6. Jackson Center 

Mount Pleasant 

Niles, Ohio 

7. Olive 

8. Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Unity 

9. Pleasant Valley 

10. Punxsiitawney 

11. Sandy Lake 

12. Scrub Gra.ss 

13. Shlloh 

Slate Lick 

14. Union 

15. West Liberty 

16. Whitesvillc 

17. Zion 



2. Pennsylvania. 

1. Bethel 

2. Carmichaels 

3. Clay Lick 

4. Concord 

5. Fairview 

6. Hewitt's 

7. Harniony 

8. Jett'erson 

9. Millsboro 

10. Muddy Creek 

11. Pleasant Hill 

12. Pleasant Valley.. 

13. Bock Lick 

14. West Union 

1.5. Windy Gaji 

16. Wayj esburg 

17. Zion 



3. Pittsburgh. 

1. Beallsville , 

2. Bentleyville 

3. Centre 

4. Charleroi 

5. Coal Centre 

6. McKeespnrt 

7. Oak (irove 

8. Pittsburgh 

9. Pleasant Unity ... 

10. ^hady Avenue 

11. Tarenuim 

Individual Gifts.... 



4. Princeton (N. J.) 

Xo Report. 
{Xot iH Organized.) 



Robt. Anderson, Anita, Pa 

David Zahniser, North's Mills, Pa.. 



H. G. Teagarden. 
J. M. Gallagher... 



Henry Morrison, Seneca, Pa 

.lames Ri)binson, Elenora, Ha 

Samuel Kilgore, Henderson, Pa 

J. P. McMillan, Jackson Center, Pa. 



J. B. Miller 

H. G. Teagarden.. 



J. H. Miller.. 



C. R. B. Morris, Frostburg, Pa. 

D. McGee, Cloe, Pa 



H. Ct. Teagarden.. 
F. M. Foulks 



Joseph Mears, Tanoraa, Pa 

Chas. A. Jenks, Punxsutawney, Pa.. 

W. T. Munnell, Sandy Lake, Pa 

S. D. Porter Kennerdell, Pa 



.1. M Van Horn.. 
T. M Hartiuan... 



J. B. Miller.. 



J. A. Miller, Hamilton, Pa 

Samuel (iritiith. Flora, Pa 

Frank P. Critehlow, Prospect, Pa. 

J. VV. McHenry Valier, Pa 

Kobt. Norris, Elenora, Pa 



J. M. Van Horn. 
F. M. Foulks 



J. M. Van Horn... 
H. G. Teagarden. 



J. C. Riggs, Van Buren, Pa 

F. M. Mitchener, Carmichaels, Pa... 

John Smith, Bristori<, Pa 

R. VV. Parkinson, Old Concord, Pa... 

S. E. Elliott, East Finley, Pa 

J. R. Bayard, Rice's Landing, Pa 

I.eroy Marsh, Wind Ridge, Pa 

<'. F. Randolph, Kice's Landing, Pa.. 

J. F. Morton, Millsboro, Pa 

Wm. P. Scott, Khedive, Pa 

John H. Hughes, Ten Mile, Pa 

Amos W. Teagarden, Clarksville, Pa. 
W. G. Mciilumphy, Rock Lick, Pa... 

Silas Loughman, West Union, Pa 

J. C. Baldwin, West Finley, Pa 

Z. C. Ragan, Waynesburg, Pa 

G. M Condit, Nineveh, Pa 



W. J. Fisher.... 
A. H. Whatley. 



J. E. Garvin 

J. E. Garvin 

J S. Gibson 

R. N. Grossman 

R. C. Byers 

J. S. Gibson 

A. W. White 

J. S Gibson 

J. S. Gibson 

R.N. Grossman 

W. E. Howard 

James Hamilton 

J.S.Goodknight,D.D 
R. C. Byers 



A. A. Hill, Beallsville, Pa 

A. N. Booth, Bentleyville, Pa 

,Tohu Hetselgesser, Leisonville, Pa.. 

J. M, Long, Charleroi, Pa 

.Albert Shutt, Califurnia, Pa 

I. Hewitt, McKeesport, Pa 

R R. .Fones, East Bethlehem, Pa 

J. I. Penny, Pittsburgh, Pa 

R. C. Catherwood, Culmersville, Pa. 

L. L. Laughlin, Pittsburgh, Pa 

W. T. Hays; Tarentum, Pa 



D. A. Cooper 

D. A. Cooper 

J. B. Miller 

U L. Montgomery... 

J. R. Lamb 

U. W. McMillan 

D. A. Cooper 

C. H. Lincoln 

,1. I. Means 

J. W. McKay 

J. I. Means 



$1500 
1500 



2500 
3000 
2500 
6000 



5i 00 
5000 



12000 
5000 
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1250 
2000 



S.55250 



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7000 
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3500 
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2000 
1000 
150( 
2500 
1.50(» 
1.501) 
3500 
8000 

lOOOO 
2000 



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l.=iOO 
800 

3500 
100(10 
40000 

1500 
40000 

1000 
250()0 

5000 



SI 30800 



145 
61 



40 
112 

60 
200 



4U 
179 
45 
24 



34 
129 



130 
130 
40 
100 
100 
113 



150 
200 
81 



60 
37 
34 
120 
150 
159 
60 
90 
46 
125 
250 



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$32 50 
65 51 


$313 85 

$23 35 
89 50 


$195 45 

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$6 10 


$46 


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4. Harmony 

5. Hopewell 

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7. Pleasant View 

8. Salem 

9. Union 

Yanderbilt 

F. P. Crilchlow 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



Synod of Tennessee. 

1. Charlotte. 

1. Arlington 

2. Bethany 

3. Big Spring 

4. Bowen's Chapel 

Oamp Ground 

.5^Cane Creek 

6. Central 

7. Charlotte 

8. Concord 

9. Cumberland Valley .. 

10. Duck River Chapel... 

11. Dunbar 

12. Erin 

13? Floral 

14. Greenbrier 

1.5. Hall's Creek 

16. Hutchinson Chapel... 

17. Liberty 

18. Moriah 

19. McAdoo 

20. McAdoo Memorial 

2L Mount Liberty 

22. Mount Zion 

23. New Hope 

24. Oak Hill 

25. Pinewood 

26. Pleasant Hill 

27. Shiloh 

28. Trinity 

29. Union Chapel 

30. Waverly 

.SI. Well's Creek 

32. White Oak 

33. Wilson's Chapel 



2. Chattanooga. 

1. Benton 

2. Birchwood 

3. Brown's Chapel... 

4. Chattanooga 

.5. Cleveland 

6. Cedar Spring 

7. Cedar Grove 

8. Chestona 

9. Charleston 

10. Concord 

11. Coulterville 



J. D. Armstrong, Brownsville, Pa...., 
.loseph Oglevee, Dickenson Run, Pa.. 

Snyder Leech, Highhouse, Pa 

P. R. Luce, VVhitsei, Pa 

.1. G. Vernon, Brownsville, Pa 

J. A. Bowman, Masontown, Pa 

S. C. Hnggerty, Searights, Pa 

J. W. Hackney, New Salem, Pa 

W. T. Kennedy, Uniontown, Pa 



W. H. Terrell, Erin, Tenu 

G. W. .Jones, Omega, Tenn 

.r. B. Grimes, Charlotte, Tenn.. 
C. Young, Plant, Tenn 



C. M. McCauley, Stewart, Tenn 

J. N. Morrison, Cum>)errdCity,Tenn. 

\. M. Bowers, Charlotte, Tenn 

J. B. Latimer, Oguin. Tenn 

T H. Winstead, McEwen, Tenn 

Alice Link, Waverly, Tenn 

•T. E. Meadow, Riggins, Tenn 

H. H. Buquo, Erin, Tenn 

A. Slater, Dull, Tenn 

A. B. McMillan, Danville, Tenn 

A. E. Durham, Clydeton, Tenn 

R. Blain, Snyder, Tenn 

T. .1. Daugherty, Dover, Tenn 

A. J. Turner, VVaverly, Tenn 

,T. H. Parrish, McEwen, Tenn 

T. M. Porter, Burns, Tenn 

S. B. Smith. Bellsburg, Tenn 

E. Bilbry, Tharpe, Tenn 

D. n. Walker, Bvron, Tenn 

J. B. Cording, Charlotte, T^nn 

J. T. Wrenne, Pinewood, Tenn 

J. W. Mavs, Hurricane Mills, Tenn. 
H. L. Sugg, Shiloh, Tenn 

B. S. Adams, Yellow Creek, Tenn..., 

C. N. Turner, Waverly, Tenn 

Woolsey Cowan, Waverly, Tenn 

W. T. Pollard, Erin, Tenn 

T. A. McCaskill, Magnolia, Tenn 

W. H. Smith, Shiloh, Tenn 



Wid Clemmens, Benton, Tenn 

Jno. P. Gross, Birchwood, Tenn 

Return Brown, Brown's Ch'p'l, Tenn. 
•T. L. Caldwell, Chattanooga, Tenn... 
S. H. Day, M.D., Cleveland, Tenn.... 
L. P. Daniel, Cedar Springs, Tenn.... 
Charles Hutcheson, Melvin, Tenn..., 

I. C. Wooton, Cleveland, Tenn 

R. L. Graves, Charleston, Tenn , 

Taylor Stout, Evansville, Tenn 

B. J. McDonald, Coulterville, Tenn. 



J. G. Patton... . 
E. B. John.soti. . 
.7. H. Slankard.. 
Richard Biddle. 

J. T. Neel 

J. H. Slankard.. 
L. W. Lewellen. 
L. W. I^welleo. 
H. C. Bird 



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186 

28 209 

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T. O. Webb 



T. O. Webb 

F. M. Osborne.. 
J. L. Stockard . 
J. L. Stockard . 



(}. W. Glover 

A. G. Castleman. 

W. M. Cooley 

W. M. CooleV 



A. M. Taylor ... 
Thos. Bowman. 



T. O. Webb. 



T. O. Webb. 
T. O. Webb. 



J. L. Stockard. 



W. M. Cooley.. 
Thos. Bowman , 
J. L. Stockard.. 
W. M. Cooley.. 



A. J. Berrvhill 

A. J. Berryhill 

J. A. Whitener 

D. E. Bushnell,D.D, 

.T. F Fender 

S. M. Ramsey 

S. M. Ramsey 

O B. McClary 



J. H. Miller.. 



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C'hutla?woi/ii — Voiitintieit. 
12. Davton 


L. L. C<julter, Davton, Tenn 

H. H. Poe, Daisy', Tenn 

\Vm. Thaxton, Dunlap, Tenn 

D. C. Kelly, Jasper, Tenn 

W. P. Darw n, Evengvillc, Tenn 

R. F. Selcer, Falling Water, Tenn.... 


J. T. Price 


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31 
82 
40 
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20 
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J. A. Whitener 

J. A. Whitener 

J. T. Jones 

J. T. Price 


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800 




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300 
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A. K. Alley, Jasper, Tenn 

J B. Reynolds, Daisy, Tenii 


A J. Berrvhill 


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115 

70 

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115 

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2.3. Mab3rrv 


J. A. Whitener 

A. Hickman 

D. H. Wood 




24. Mt. Harmony 

25. New Hope 

26. New Bethel 






A. C. Grayson, Sunnvside, Tenn 

S. W. Rigsbv, Pikeville, Tenn 


S. M. Ramsey 


3 
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13 
2 
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30 


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800 

1200 

150 




27. New Prospect 

28. Oak Grove 


W. E. Rucker, Cleveland, Tenn 


1 W. G. Dillon 






40 


29. Ocoee 


J. F. Parks, Sandhill, Tenn 






30. Ora Chapel 








31. Pikeville 


Dr. Morris, Pikeville, Tenu.... 

E. R Martin, Hill City, Tenn 








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J. T. Ritchev, Sherman Heights, Ten. 
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W. B. Hilliard, Whitwell, Tenn 


J. T. Jones 


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121 


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C. H. McGhee, Morristown, Tenn.... 


R. 'ii. Dobson 


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G. P. Mays, Derbv, Tenn 




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W. C. Davis, Cross Anchor, Tenn.. .. 

S H. Bobb, Newmansville, Tenn 

J. A. Harmon, Greeneville, Tenn 

Jno. C. Robertson, Mill Brook, Tenn. 

J. K. P. Savler, Morelock, Tenn 

J. B. Stuart, Parrottsville, Tenn 

S. N. Croyier, Pilot Knob, Tenn 


S. A. C. Bromley 

T. L. Mercer .....". 


2000 
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3000 
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21. Philadelphia 

22. Pleasant Vale 


G. W. Walter, Horse Creek, Tenn.... 

S. A Armstrong, Jockey, Tenn 

S. K. Alexander. Greeneville, Tenn. 




75 


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W. D. Copp 


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J. H. Campbell, Lost Mountain, Tenn 
J. W. Bayless, Talbot*. Tenn 


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4. mk. 

Bear Creek 

Beech Hill 

Beech Grove 

Bellbuckle 

Bethlehem 

Corner.sville 

Chapel Hill 

Cottage Grove 

Center 

Chri.stiana 

Camargo 

Cane Creek 

Cowan 

Crawford 

Decherd 

Fosterville 

Farniington 

Fayetteville 

Flintville 

Goshen 

Harpeth Lick 

Hillsboro 

Hebron 

Harmony 

Jackson ',s Ridae 

Lebanon 

Lewisburg 

Liberty 

Mount Hebron 

^It. Keservc 

Mt. Vernon 

Moore'.s Chapel 

Mulberry 

Mt. Carniel 

Mt. Zion 

Manchester 

Mont Eagle 

New Lebanon 

New Unity 

New Salem 

New Bethel 

New Hope 

Cascade 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

PetersViurg 

Richland 

Rock Spring 

Rockvale 

Shelbyville 

.Sulphur Spring 

Three Forks 

TuUahoma 

Unionville 

Union 

Wineliester 

Sewanee 

Warren Memorial... 

Zion 

Sunshine 



Presbyterial Offering.. 



R. M. Orr, INIooresville, Tenn 

J. D. Adams, Belfast, Tenn 

A. B. Witherspoon, Beech Grove, T'n 

W. H Landis, Bellbuckle, Tenn 

J. N. Porter, Lillard's Mill, Tenn 

J. R. Fowler, Cornersville, Tenn 

J. P. Ggilvie, Bea.sley, Tenn 

N. L. Drydon, Shelbyville, Tenn 

J. C. Troxler, Conner, Tenn 

H. L. Woodfin, Christiana, Tenn 

R. A. Randoli)h, Camargo. Tenn 

G. G Crawford, Howell, Tenn 

J. C. Montgomery, Cowan, Tenn 

B. F. Foster, Lougview, Tenn 

R. R. Powell, Decherd, Tenn 

M. S. Gilmoi'e, Fosterville, Tenn 

J. I). Ramsey, Farmington, Tenn 

C. C. McKiuney, Fayetteville, Tenn.. 

I). M. JMini.s, Flintville, Tenn 

W. R. Francis, Cowan, Tenn 

L. R. Wilson, Allisona, Tenn 

,T. F. King, Hillsboro, Tenn 

C. D. Hi.x, Flat Crock, Tenn 

G. AV. Thompson, Kliue, Tenn 

T. L. Hendrix, Everglade, Tenn 

W. W. McLean, Midland, Tenu 

('. C. >[cKiniiev, Lewi.sburg, Tenn... 

V. H. Wells, KqUo. Tenn 

Ingle, Bellville, Tenn 

(J. Y. Miller, Decherd, Tenn 

B. F. Christopher. Rockvale, Tenn... 

M. V. Riddle, Mulberry, Tenn 

T. ,1. Neeld, Mulberry, Tenn 

AV. A. Larkin, Huutland, Tenn 

Gabriel Pylant, Boonville, Tenn 

(J. H. Mowrey, JIanchester, Tenn.... 

John Lowry,'Monteagle, Tenn 

J. W. Simmons, Kel.so, Tenn 

J. W. Hester, Petersburg. Tenn 

W. M. Erwiu, Boon's Hill, Tenn 

J. H. Hiuson, Rallv Hill, Tenn 

G. F. Hinies, Shelbyville, Tenn 

R. F. Randol]jh, Tullahoraa, Tenn... 

B.J. Reed, Alto, Tenn 

E C. Crawford. Prairie Plains, Tenn.. 
E. j\I. Crawford, Petersburg, Tenn.... 
J. L. Freeman, Archer, Tenn 

C. A. Gordon, Jordan's Valley, Tenn. 
T. N. Jackson, Rockvale, Tenn.... 
A. R. Nance, Shelbyville, Tenn... 

Henrv Warren, Oregon, Tenn 

T. C. Thompson, Haley's, Tenn... 

C. M. Dean, Tullahoma, Tenn 

A. Hatcher, Unionville, Tenn 

Geo. Ashley, Beech Grove, Tenn. 
J. P. Francis, AVinche.ster, Tenn. 

W. C. Loonev, Sewanee, Tenn 

Rev. E. J. MeCroskey, Tracy City, T'n 

G. W. Garner, Sewanee, Tenn 

AV. M. McGhee, Shelbyville, Tenn 



J. M. Brown 

J. AV. Simmons.. 
N. L. New 



T. M. Hendrix.. 

P M. Sims 

M. L. Galloway. 



W. D. Landis... 

J. N. Holt 

A. N. Moore 

J. B. Tigert 

G. R. Harrison. 

.). N. Holt 

G. R. Harrison. 
AV. D. Landis... 



J. C. Jones 

G. R. Hnrrisou. 



J. L. Payne 

N. D. Crawford.. 
F. M. Copeland., 



J. N Holt 

J. R Harris 

AV. B. Miller 

P. M. .'^ims 

J. L. Payne 

N. D. Crawford., 
F. M. Coi)eland., 

A. N. Moore 

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J. AV. Simmons., 



AV. E. Tillett 

J. A. Fo.ster 

N. D. Crawford. 

J A. Foster 

J. AV. Simmons. 



AV. F.Burks 

AV. F.Burks 

AA^ A. Ausban.... 
AV. A. Ausban.... 

J. N. Holt 

N. D. Crawford... 

A. S. Maddox 

A N. Moore 

AV. M. (.'rawford. 
G. I). Crawford... 

J. N. Holt 

J. L. Pavne 

E. McCo'lIum 

T. M. Hendrix... 



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Chickamauga 

Cohutta 

Dalton 

Ewing Grove 

Flint Springs 

Liberty 

Lily Pond 

Lebanon 

Mount Tabor 

New Prospect 

Ooltewah 

Pleasant (irove 

Smith's Chapel 

Stamp Ci'eek 

Sumach 

Tilton 

Tunnel Hill 

Union 

West View 

J. H. Reynolds 

Individual Gifts 

Presbyterial Offering. 



6. Hopewell. 

Antioeh 

Barren Springs 

Bethel 

Beech Grove 

Bradford 

Caney Fork 

Canuieu 

Chapel Hill 

Davidson's Chapel .. 

Double t^prings 

Dresden 

Dyer 

Emmaus 

Friendship 

Gardner 

Gleason 

Greenfield 

Gum Spring 

Henry 

Hoyjewell 

Humboldt 

Huntingd(m 

Martin 

McKenzie 

Medina 

Meridian 

Milan 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Zion 

Mount Zion Chapel. 

New Hope 

New Salem 

Oak Hill 

Obion 

Paris 

Pilgrim's Rest 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Green 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Ridge 



T. S. Hughes, Cohutta, Ga 

I. S. Finley, Dalton, Ga 

.T. T. Hutfines, Apison, Tenn. 

J. L. Jones, Cleo, Tenn 

C. H. Barrett, McHenry, Ga. 



D. W. King, Dawnville, Ga 

R. L. Mason, Cecilton, Tenn 

.T. F. Smith, Cedar Grove, Ga 

Z. B. Shropshire, Ooltewah, Tenn. 

P. P. Moore, Tyner, Tenn 

John W. Stublis, Pine Log, Ga. ....". 

J. P. Alexander, Cassville, Ga 

.1. W. Leamon, Sumach, Ga 

S. A. Brown, Tilton, Ga 



P. Gregory, Hasler's Mill, Ga. 
B. Seagle, Chattanooga, Tenn.. 



A. H Johnston, Rutherford, Tenn... 

J. J. Fussell, Carnesville, Tenn 

E.N. McLean, McLemoresville, Tenn 

J S. H. Thetford, Idlewild, Teun 

T H. Hedgcock, Bradford, Tenn 

H. Cain, Jr., McHlwain, Tenn 

F. E. McElyea, Camden, Tenn 

J. H. Jackson, Trenton, Tenn 

\. P. Davidson, Trenton, Tenn 

F. L. Hudson, (libson, Tenn 

Joseph E Jones, Dresden, Tenn 

W. J. Davidson, Jr., Dyer, Tenn 

Mrs. Eppa Tarwater, ftlartin, Tenn... 

W. R. Bray, Milan, Tenn 

J. C. Hudson, Gardner, Tenn 

J. R. Atkins, Gleason, Tenn 

A. C. Akin, Greenfield, Tenn 

E. A. Travis, Como, Tenn 

Geo T. Catoi*, Henry, Tenn 

W. A. Harkey, Sharon, Tenn 

J. M. Harris, Humboldt, Tenn 

G. B. Dalton, Huntingdon, Tenn 

Dr. P. A. Carhan, Martin, Tenn 

J. T. Burns, McKenzie, Tenn 

J. C. McDonald, Medina, Tenn 

G. M. Galey, Greenfield, Tfun 

Jno M. Dickson, Milan, Tenn 

S T. Doty, Manlyville, Tenn 

B. L. Finch, McKenzie, Tenn 



J. A. Nooner, Sharon, Tenn 

J. L. Wasson, Osage, Tenn 

J. L. Childress, Gardner, Tenn.... 

Jo. H. Bullock, Paris, Tenn 

R. T. Holt, Christmasville, Tenn . 
J. C. MeCollum, Atwood, Tenn... 
H. C. Smith, Holly Leaf, Tenn.... 
H. H. Keenan, Humboldt, Tenn.. 
B. F. Peeler, Big Sandy, Tenn 



A. R. T. Hambright. 



John B. Willhoite..., 
A. R. T. Hambright. 
A. J. Mann , 



A. J. Mann 

John B. Willhoite. 



A. J. Berry hill. .. 
A.R. T. Hambright.. 
J. B. K. Smith.... 

A ,T. Mann 

S. H. Henrv 



S. H. Henry. 
J. H. Miller.. 



E. O. Kerr 

R. M. Cunningham... 



A M. C Gossett . 
B. C. Scruggs 



W. H. Johns 

J. A. Keaton 

Thos. F. Bowman 

J. F. Smith 



N. T. Hopkins. 
J. S. McCluney. 

J. A. Dunlap 

B. G. Mitchell.. 



T. F. Crofford.. 
Allen Foust 

F. H. Ford 

G. M. Oakley... 



T. W. Cannon.... 
R. A. N. Wilson , 



R. A. N. Wilson 

G. W. Nichols 

Allen Foust 

R. M. Cunningham. 



Allen Foust 

J. O. Davison 

J. R. Bullington. 

J. O. Davison 

J. A. Keaton 

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41. Pleasant Valley 

42. Sharon 

43. Shiloh 

44. Trezevant 

45. West Union 

46. Zion 

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T. M Lockhart, Bristow, Tenn... 

J. 0. Shaiuoon, Sharon, Tenn 

A. C. Gordon. McKenzie, Tenn.. 
.Tas. W. Smith, Trezevant, Tenn. 
Cf. A. Peery, Dresden, Tenn 



Allen Koust... 
T. ]■'. Croflord. 



J. M. Hughes. 



7. Knoxville. 

Beaver Creek 

Clear Spring 

Concord 

Crawford 

Fork Creek 

Holston 

Knoxville 

London... 

Madison ville 

Marietta 

Morganton 

Mount Castle 

Mount Cumberland... 

New Hope 

Oliver Springs 

Pine Grove 

Pond Creek 

Rockville 

Shady Grove 

Sweetwater 

Tellico Plains 

Toqua 

Union 

Virtue 

West Emorv 

West Vale.." 

Woodlawn 

Young's Chapel 

Pi rsbyterial Offieriny.. 



i<. Lebanon. 

1. Beech 

2. Bellevue 

3. Bethel 

4. Cane Eidge 

5. Clark.sville 

6. College Grove 

7. Cross Plains 

8. Dry Fork 

9. First Edgetield.... 

10. Second Edgefield. 

11. Franklin 

K. Gallatin 

13. Goodlettsville 

14. Gordonsville 

15. Goshen 

Ifi. (irace 

17. Grant 

18. Hartsville 

19. Horse Shoe 

20. Laguardo 

21. La Vergne 

22. Lelianun... 



Thomas Collier, Chumlea, Tenn 

J. M. Weeks, Calhoun, Tenn 

J. W. Boyd, Concord, Tenn 

I). H. Gallaher, Wheat, Tenn 

B. G. Simpson, Eve Mills, Tenn 

C. M. Russell, Ewing, Tenn 

T. \V. Kellar, Knoxville, Tenn 

N. H. (ireer, Loudon, Tenn 

T. E. McCroskey, Madisonvillo, Tenn 
J. J. Hardin, Hardin Valley, Tenn... 
W. S. Ragain, Morgantown, Tenn 



J. H. Henry.... 
W.U. Grittith. 

J. C. Bitter 

J. H. Henry ... 



J. C. Bitter 

P. M. Fitzgerald. 
Geo H. Silvias... 

M. L. Sloop 

J. C. Ritter 

D. M. Kerr 



W. M. Kelley, Athens, Tenn 

R. L. Cochran, Kincaid, Tenn! 

T. N. Deatherage, Oliver Spr'gs, Tenn 

D. J. Greer, Greenback, Tenn 

J. D. Low, Sweetwater, Tenn 

A. H. Gallaher, Glenlock, Tenn 

S. W. Colburu, Mi.ser, Tenn 

G. H. Gallaher. Sweetwater, Tenn.. 

R. V. Satterwhite, Sink, Tenn 

Jas. Callaway, Four Mi. Branch, Tenn 

N. R. Meroney, Mabel, Tenn 

R M. Warren, Virtue, Tenn 

W. N. Piice, Ebenezer, Tenn 

.T. A. J. Brown, Wilson, Tenn 

J. B. Jones, Union X Roads, Tenn... 
Thos. L. Roberts, Lawnville, Tenn... 



M. L. Sloop... 
M. A. Hunt.,. 
G. W.Butler. 



S. P. Fryar.. .. 
M. L. Sloop.... 

D. M. Kerr 

G. H. Silvius. 



M. A. Hunt... 
J. H. Henry . 
D. M. Kerr.... 
J. C. Ritter... 
J. II. Henry . 
C. J. Wright., 
G. W. Butler 



Benj. Taylor, Worsham, Tenn 

F. I). Carsey, Arrington, Tenn 

W. G. Branner, Sango, Tenn 

D. G. Clark, Antioch, Tenn 

W. T. Atkinson, Clarksville, Tenn, 
J. J. Covington, Allisouia, Tenn.... 



A. H. Manlv 

H. F. Miller 

N. F. Gill 

N. F. Gill 

.1. W. Mount 

M. L. Galloway. 



R. B. Wright, Rock Bridge, Tenn 

T. M. Hurst, Nashville, Tenn 

T. D. Kirkpatrick, Nashville, Tenn. 
H. S Beynolds, Franklin, Tenn 

A. M. Burney, (Jallatin, Tenn 

J. N. Crosswy, Goodlettsville, Tenn 

B. A. James, Gordonville, Tenn 

W. T. Marshall, Austin, Tenn 

W. B. Baird, Nashville, Tenn 

W. R. Shaver, Grant, leun 

A. G. Donoho, Hartsville, Tenn 

I. I.. Freeland, White House, Tenn,. 



W. B. Holmes .. 
R. W. Binkley. 

F. Z. King 

R. L. Irving 

W. B. Holmes.. 
A. H. Manlv 



W. T. Rodgers. 
N. D. Crawlord , 

W. J. King 

J. H. Smith , 



J, D. Easley, i.avergne, Tenn 

W. J. Grannis, Lebanon, Tenn.... 



T. J. Baker 

J. M Hubbert D.D. 



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[1894. 



Name of the 
Congregation. 


Clerk of the Sf.ssion 
AND Post-office. 


Pastor. 




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J. J. Bve 


19 
10 


160 
138 
45 
45 
60 
177 
175 
450 


ISOOi 2 
1500' 2 
500! ... 


30 


24. McKay's 


E. R. Buchanan, Franklin, Tenn 

G. M. Babb, Orlinda, Tenn 


James Marshall 

S. T. Porter 














600 
800 
2000 


1 
2 
1 
4 


40 


27. Mt. Denson 

28. Mt. Hermon 

29 Mt Sharfin 


J. E. Draughon, Springfield, Tenn.... 

F. P. White, White's Creek, Tenn.... 

G. W. Clinard, Crunk, Tenn 


S T Porter . . . 




70 


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S. T. Porter 


44 
14 
30 


80 
50 


30 Nashville First Church 


I. D.Steele 


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186 


81. New Hope 

32 New Middleton 








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26 






























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T. M. Walker, Pleasant A'iew, Tenn. 






23 
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G. W. Weakley, Thomasville, Tenn. 
F R. .'«mith, Jordonia, Tenn 






40 
65 
107 
150 
60 
90 
130 
70 
50 








39. .Sinipkin's Chapel 

40. SpringfieUl 


J. A. Allison 

L. C. Kirkes 

J. L. AVyatt 


24 
12 
14 
10 

6 
10 
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4 






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J. E. Patton, Springfield, Tenn 

J. W. Williamson, Green Hill.Tenn. 
J a. Brown, Rural Hill, Tenn 


3500 
1500 

800 
1500 

500 
2500 

600 


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2 
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56 


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T. P. Calhoou, Paragon Mills, Tenn. 
M H White Parham, Tenn 


N. F. Gill 


50 




J. H. Smith 


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D. Dillon, Nashville, Tenn 


J. L. Alexander 

H. F. Miller 


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W. P. Gray, Franklin, Tenn 


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I. W. Brown, Adamsyille, Tenn 

G. W. Smith, Saltilo, Tenn 


J. W. Williams 

J. R. Alexander 


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4 
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1. .A.daiusville 


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60 










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E. C. Rosson, Pocahontas, Tenn 

John Ricket, Sardis, Tenn 

J. C. Pearson, Claybrook, Tenn 


W. E. Graham 




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25 




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F. P. McColluiu, Homer. Tenn 










W'm. Mc.\dams, Middlefork, Tenn... 
J. H. Adams, Juno, Tenn 


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39 
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S. R Phillips 




W. M. Norment 

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46 


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J. W. Boyd, Farmville, Tenn 


500 
200 


1 






S. K. Kelly, Toone, Tenn.. 


W. M. Norment 

W. M. Norment 







14. Hickorv Valley 


D. W. McAnulty. Hickory Valley... 
















L D.Steele 


40 


285 


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4 


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Albert Orr, Siblev, Tenn 


W. D. Blankenshlp... 

A. M. C. Gos.sitt 

W^. M. Norment 

H. L. Dickey 




31 
71 
17 
80 

125 
60 
65 
8 
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24 
70 
15 
20 

133 
45 
70 
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66 


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19 


19. Mount Joy 

20. Mount Comfort 


S. P. Loftin, Beacon, Tenn 

L. Ferguson, Hickory Valley, Tenn. 


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22 Mount Tabor 




T. F. Croflbrd 






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24. Mud Creek Valley 


H. A. Pettigrew, Adamsville, Tenn... 


W. D. Blankenship.. 
T. N. Smith 




300 


65 




Milton Buck, Center Point, Tenn ,.,, 
H. C. Harbert. Morris Cliapel, Tenn.. 
T F Tate Stantf)nyille Tenn... . 


T. C. Bell 




500 




26. Mount Pisgah 

27. Mount Zion 


T. N .Smith 




700 1 
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rf. 


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3 




28. Moriah 


W. A. McAdoo. Medina. Tenn 


N. T. Hopkins „. 

C. N. Matlock 


500] 1 
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29. Maple Spring 

30. New Liberty 


R H Buck White Fern Tenn 












31. New Salem". 

32. New Hope 

33. New Bethel 


W. W. Lain, Bethel Springs, Teun... 

W. A. Carufhers, Bolivar, Tenn 

Jno. T. Dunaway, Falcon, Tenn 

B. Robertson, Henderson, Tenn 


W. J. Williams 

W. M. Norment 

J. G. Anderson 

R. W. Black 


28 
19 


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500 


1 
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1 


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26 
50 


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3.5. Oak Grove (Dec. Co.).... 


1200 


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266 



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[1894. 



Najik of the 
conuregation. 



Clerk op the SESsioif 
AND Post-office. 



Pastor, 



— ^ 

— a 

O C9 



Madison — ' 'nntln iipil. 

Pleasant (irove 

Palestine 

Post Oak Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Ridge 

Pinson 

Purdy 

Kamer 

Saulsbury 

Seliua 

Spring Hill 

loone 

Union Grove 

Unitv 

Whiteville 

Presbyleri'il Offkrhvj.. 
Itidividua/ Gift 



10. McMinnville. 

Alexandria 

Bates' Hill 

Bethlehem 

Big Spring 

Caney Fork 

C'ainsville 

Cedar (irove 

Comuiei'ce 

Dibrell 

Ebenezer 

Hebron 

Jerusalem 

Lascassas 

Lester's Chapel 

Liberty 

Liberty Hill 

Lytle's Creek 

Macedonia 

McMinnville 

Mount Caruiel 

Mount Zion 

Murfreesboro 

New Hope 

Shiloh 

Short Mountain 

Smith's Fork 

Smith ville 

Thvatira 

Union Hill 

White Hall 

Mis. W. W. Earthman. 
Piesbyierial Offering.... 



11. Memphis. 

1. Arlington 

2. Brunswick 

3. Bethel 

4. Brighton 

5. Dexter 

6. Ebenezer 

7. Gabbert 



Gordon Lewellyn, Clav brook, Tenn. 

Whitley, Stegall', Tenn 

.T. W. McIIwain, McIIwain, Tenn 

.T. H Burkeen, Sweet Lips, Tenn 

B. T. Baker, Falcon, Tenn 

M. C. Bobbins, Pinson, Tenn 

T. A. Hipps, Purdy, Tenn 

.1. S. Ramer, Ramer, Tenn 

Dr. J. D. Sauls, Saulsbury, Tenn 

.1. \V. Purviance, Selmer, Tenn 

Dr. A. B. Hanna, Sardis, Tenn 

R. J. Pirtle, Toone, Tenn..: 

J. C. Combs, Purdy, Tenn 

W. G. Newman, Sibley, Tenn 

.Ino. Norment, Whiteville, Tenn 



S. R. Phillips 

T. C. Bell 

A. M. C. Gossitt. 



W. J. Williams. 
R. W. Black 



T. H. Padgett 

AV. D. Blankenship. 



W. D. Blankenship. 

T. N. Smith 

W. M. Norment 



W. W. Patterson, Alexandria, Tenn. 

B. R. Bates, Davenport, Tenn 

B. K. Davis, Yagec, Tenn 

W. E. Blulini, Sinithville, Tenn 

.T. P. Stoner. Catlin's Mills, Tenn 

J. W. Ewing, Greenvale. Tenn 

M. A. Tliomp.son, Hender.son X Roads 

T. H. Lanham, Commerce, Tenn 

Dr. W. W. Parker, Dibrell, Tenn 

John Harrison, Hickman, Tenn 

A. B. Motiitt, Irving College, Tenn... 

W. K. Johns, Jetter.sou, Tenn 

E. G. Brown, La.scassas, Tenn 

.1. C. Prichard, Lancaster, Tenn 

W. H. Smartt, Smartt, Tenn 

J. A. Patton, Alexandria, Tenn 

Thos. Buchanan, Gum, Tenn 

Dr. R. H. Thompson, Oak PointTenn 
Prof. N.J. Finnev, McMinnville, T'n 

D. H. Sneed, Milton, Tenn 

J. S. Browne, Baird's Mill, Tenn 

R. N. Ransom, Murfreesboro, Tenn... 

T A. Thomas, Milton, Tenn 

W. H. Simpson, Bishop, Tenn 

E. O. Underbill, Jones' Mills, Tenn.. 

<;. M. Patton, Statesville, Tenn 

R. Black, Smithville, Tenn 

J. Y. Laughlin, Ready ville, Tenn.... 

W. T. Jones, Sykes, Tenn 

A. F. Willis, Thaxtou, Tenn 



W. C. Lewis 
J. B. Dwyer. 
W. C. Lewis. 



H. J. Lanham. 
H. L. Walker.. 
H. J. Lanham. 

J. B. Dwver 

W. C. Lewis.... 
J. B. Dwyer.... 



H. J. Lanham 

I. L. Thompson.. 
G. D. Crawford... 

L. Layman 

A. F. Rankin 

J. F. Patton 



W. S. Crawford.. 
H. L. Walker 



H. J. Lanham 

.T. B. Dwyer 

I. L. Thompsom , 



L. Lavman. 



I. L. Thompson. 
J. B. Dwyer 



J. P. Bone, Arlington, Tenn 

C. B. English, Brunswick, Tenn... 

L. T. Moore, Tipton, Tenn 

Jere Keathley, Brighton, Tenn... 

W. G. Allen, Dexter, Tenn 

J. D. McClanahan, Gainsville,Tenn... 

D. O. Menasco, White Haven, Tenn. 



T. E. Hall 

T. E. Hall 

R. B. Flaniken. 
W. H. Parnell.. 

H.J. Ray 

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Pleasant Union 

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Uriel 

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Antioch 

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Bell's Chapel 

Bethlehem 

Bethesda 

Bowca's Chapel 

Blake 

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Cool Springs 

Crittenden Grove 

Dyersburg 

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Blount Ararat 

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Salem 

Star of Bethlehem 

Trenton 

Trimble 

Troy 

Union City 

Union Grove 

Yorkville 

PresbyUrial Offering.. 



.T. T. Moore, Galloway, Tenn 

J. W. Bondurant, Hickory Wythe.T. 

W. A. Ferguson, Brighton, Teun 

E. L. McGowan, Memjjhis, Tenn...... 

E. L. McGowan, Memphis, Tenn 

.T. H. Webb, Brinklev, Tenn 

C. T. Davis, De.xter, Tenn 

.1. B. Williams, Stewartville. Tenn... 

John R. Pearson. Rossville, Tenn 

J. E. Fleming, Barrettsville, Tenn... 

W. S. Baxter, Williston, Tenn 

H. C. Mooinian, Somerville, Teno.... 

N. McMullin, Uriel, Tenn 

A. G. McCluuey, (Jarland, Tenn 

M. E. Herring, Cuba, Tenn 



R. E. Cummings, Crystal, Tenn 

.7. M. Glasgow, Union City, Tenn 

J. W. Boyett, Rutherford, Tenn 

G. 1). Thomas, Union Citv, Tenn 

J. H. Ilarber, Eaton, Tenn 

R. S. Beaver, Stokes, Teun 

P. N. Matlock, Mason Hall, Tenn 

W. C. Manning, Obion, Tenn 

J. W. Williams, Lightfoot, Teun 

D. T. Eovett, Trimlde, Tenn 

J. W. Walker, Rives, Tenn 

M. J. Hart. l)yersburg, Tenn 

W. J. Robinson, Eaton, Tenn 

Thos. Grounds, Friendship, Tenn.... 

T. F. Beadles, Fulton, Kv 

\\. C. Wilson, Glass, Tenn 

S. K. Davidson, Hickman, Ky 

Asa Fowlkes, Dyersburg, Teun 

,1. W. Howell, Kenton, feuu 

J. F. Reedy, Troy, Tenn 

J. F. Dickey, Newbern, Tenn 

D. .T. Hutchi.son, Dyer, Tenn 

V\'. D. Kerr, Kenton, Tenn 

R. Herron, Newbern, Tenn 

R. W. Binklcy, Newbern. Tenn 

G. G. Halliburton, Nut Bush, Tenn. 

J. F. Buchanan, Troy, Tenn 

M. M. Needham, Rutherford, Tenn.. 

C. E. Waters, Yorkville, Tenn 

W. E. Scobv, Templeton, Tenn 

T. C. Callicott, Rives, Tenn 

W. D. Garrison, Protemus, Tenn 

W. H. McLeskey, Rives, Tenn 

W. .T. Prichard, Ro-Ellen, Tenn 

J. E. Kyzer, Rutherford, Tenn 

T. P. Hop]>er, Gadsden, Tenn 

Jas. A. Calhoun, Clayton, Tenn 

Wm. Gay, Trenton, Tenn 

Wm. F. Pearce, Trimble, Tenn 

Scott King, Troy, '^enn 

Alex. N. Moore, Union Citv, Tenn... 

T. G. Headen, Yorkville, Tenn 

J. B. Wiley, Yorkville, Tenn 



W. H. Paruell.. 
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J. F. McCutchan. 



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Jo. -McLeskey 

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S. H. Bralv 

J. H. Paruell 

T. S. Buchanan 

J. H. Parnell 

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AV. H. Parnell 

Jo. McLeskey 

J. A. Mcllwain 

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3. Ashlaud 

4. Beech Grove 

5. Bethel 

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7. ('aiiii)tiellsville 

8. Center Point 

9. Clifton 

10. Columbia 

11. Concord 

12. Ebenezer 

1:5. Elkton 

14. Evergreen 

15. Fiducia 

10. Gleiiwood 

17. Harmony 

IS. Indian Creek 

19. Howard 

20. Lasting Hope 

21. Lawreuceburg 

22. Lynnvillc 

23. Macedonia 

24. Main Street 

25. Mount Carmel 

26. McCaigs 

27. McCains 

28. Mount Hermon 

29. Mount. Tov 

30. Mount Lebanon 

31. Miuint Moriah 

32. Mount Nebo 

33. Mount Olive 

34. Mount R.izeli 

35. Mount Sbinar 

36. Mount Tabor 

37. New Bi'thauy 

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39. Oak Grove ^ 

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40. Pinhook 

41. Pleasant Hill 

42. Pleasant Mount 

43. Koss 

44. Pulaski 

45. Sharon 

46. Shady Grove 

47. Santa Fe 

48. Smyrna 

49. Savannah 

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51. .Swan 

52. Union Grove 

53. Water Valley 

54. Wavnesboro 

55. West Point No. 1 

.16. West Point No. 2 

.■i7. AVilloughbv 

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Hfv. G. W. Mitrhell, D.D. 



Joseph Jones, Economy, Tenn 

J. B. Walker, Glenn Store, Tenn 

A. S. Flippo, Fortv Eight, Tenn 

S K. Gooch, Minor Hill, Tenn 

J. W. Brown, Isoni's Store, Tenn 

S. S. Hudiburg, Olive Hill, Tenn 

W. C. Anderson, Camyb'llsv'le, Tenn 

R. Downey, Hohenwald, Tenn 

Vs. A. Tiiinon, Clifton, Tenn 

.1. T. Williamson, Columbia, Tenn... 

O. B. Parsons, Ben, Tenn 

Albert Holt, Broadview, Tenn 

J. M. Wright. , — - 

W. W. Dod.son, Lvnnville, Tenn 

W. W. Orr, As)>en Hill, Tenn 

Jasper Home, Broadview, Tenn 



J. C. Lamb. 



J. M. Gallowav... 
R. J. Whitaker... 
J. R. Alexai>der.. 
J. AV. Folsom 



J. D Caldwell... 
W. A. Provine.. 
R. J. Whitaker.. 
B. D. Ricketts.... 



W. E. Coil, Centerview, Tenn 

J. S. Hill, Carter's Creek, Tenn 

J. M. Alford, Lawrenceburg, Tenn... 

J. T. Flv, Lvnnville, Tenn 

L. M. Murphree, Whitfield, Tenn.... 

J. U. Fu.ssell, Columbia, Tenn 

Jno. W. Lee, iJuplex, Tenn: 



J. W. B. Thomas, McCains, Tenn 

W. A. Willoughbv, Paulx, Tenn 

G. R. Beckura, Mt. Plea.sant, Tenn... 

J. M. Andrew, I^sea, Tenn 

R. P. Yancey, Wales .Station, Tenn... 
R. A. Jolin.son, Wayland Spr'g, Tenn 
J C. Whitaker, Flat Woods', Tenn.... 



Wm. Mavfield, Newburg. Tenn.... 

W. S. Bevins, Gibbs, Tenn 

J. F. .-Vgnew, :— , 

Guy Voorhies, Voorhies, Tenn.... 
W.T Rountree, Savannah, Tenn. 



J. D. Stricklin, Lutts, Tenn 

J M. Smith, Stella, Tenn 

Roljt.iS'. Moore, H'rric'neS witch, Tenn 

J. T. Maddox, Maddox, Tenn 

M. A. Carter, Pula.ski. Tenn 

E. Tarpley, TarjOcy, Tenn 

W. A. .lohnson. Clifton, Tenn 

.T. A. Burrow, .Santa Fe, Tenn 

J. AV. Kiniiard, Lasea, Tenn 

W. U.Ross, Savannah. Tenn 

M, C. Midloy, Spring Hill, Tenn 



S, H. Polk,. 



M. E, Gabard.. 



H. A. Gray 

J. M. Ashford... 
J. W. Folsom.... 
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C. B. Peery. .Swan Bluff, Tenn W. Y. Lindsey, 

L. S. lamar, Andrew, Tenn ' Jno. Stephens... 

W. M. Harbi.sDU, Water Vll'y, Tenni H. A. Gray, 



H, A. Helton, Waynesboro, Tenn j J. M. Ashford.. 



W. J. Passniore, Carter's Cr'k, Tenn 
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14. Stanger's Spring 

15. Terrell 

16. Turner's Point 

17. Tyler 

18. Union 

19. Union Hill 

20. Valley View 

21. Will's Point 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



2. Bonham. 

Bailev 

Bells." 

Belmont 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Bonham 

Canaan 

Cross Roads 

Denison 

Dial 

Dodd City 

Elmont 

Ewing 

Grove Hill 

Honey Grove 

Howe 

Ladonia 

Lannius 

Leonard 

Locust Grove 

Merit 

Mt. Olivet 

New Providence 

Orangeville 

Providence 

Randolph 

Rock Point 

Sherman 

Spring Hill 

Sunshine 

Van Alstyne 

White Rock 

White Wright 

Wiiulom 

Wolf City 

Mrs. F. M. MeFartand. 
Presbyterial Offering.... 
Indiindual Gifts 



G. R. Stanger, Ben Wheeler, Texas. 
F. N. George, Terrell Texas 

D. B. Rodden, Poetry, Texas 

Dr. F. E. Gaston, Tyler, Texas 

,Tas. McMillan, Colfax, Texas 

E. B. Downing, Canton, Texas 

T. P. Moore, Fornov, Texas 

Mac. Belew, Will'.s" Point, Texas 



Wm. Dawson 

J. E. McShan 

W. H. McClurkan. 

R. T. Phillips 

Win. Dawson 

W. H. McClurkan. 

W. P. Cloyd 

A. B. Stone 



W. W. Witcher, Bonham, Texas.. 
V. H. Montgomery, Bell's, Texas. 

R. A. Moore, Ector, Texas 

F. P. AVest, Dial, Texas 

L. K. Jackson, Wolfe City, Texas, 

R. M. Lusk, Bonham, Texas 

L.P. Montgomery, Whitewright,Tex. 
R. B. Gordon, Graybill, Texas.... 
W. F. Haynes, Denison, Texas.... 



G. W. McMurry 

J. B. Nicholson 

J. B. Nicholson 

W. A. Kirkpatrick. 

R. R. Crockett 

S. O. Woods 

J. B. Nicholson 

J. B. Nicholson 

W. B. Preston 



4000 

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800 



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4000 
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1200 
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1. Abilene 

2. Albany 

3. Anson 

4. Baird 

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Colorado 

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8. Concord 

9. Caddo 



G. F. J. Stephens, Dodd City, Texas. 
P. A. Parker, Van Alstyne, Texas... 

F. A. Hudson, Celeste, Texas 

W. E. Cox, Leonard, Texas 

J. S. Boone, Honey Grove, Texas 

John L. Lonon, Howe, Texas 

W. C. Maloney, Ladonia, Texas 

J. C. Hulsey, Lannius, Texas 

J. J. Harrison, Leonard Texas 

D. W. Brack, Sherman, Texas 

Jas. I. Emmons, Merit, Texas 

P. W. Stewart, Bonham, Texas 

T. AV. Wallace, Luella, Texas 

R. C Medlin, Orangeville, Texas.... 

G. AV. AViley, Dodd City, Texas 

Levi Patton, Randolph, Texas 

J. D. Baker, Honey Grove, Texas.... 

Dr. Sam King, Sherman, Texas 

Mrs. Lizzie Spelce, H'ey Grove, Tex 
Miss Ida Dillingham, Pecan Gap,Tex 



A. B. C. Dinwiddle. 

J. B. Nicholson 

M. C. Harris 

R. A. Gay 

A. L. Barr 

E. H. Messick 

R. R. Crockett 

A. B. C. Dinwiddle.. 

R. A. Gav 

E. H. Messick 

M. C. Harris 

G. W. McMurray 

E. H. Messick 

AV. A. Kirkpatrick.. 



J. B. Nicholson 

W. A. Kirkpairick. 

H. B. Milner 

J. D. Rush 



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R. B. Tittis, AVhite Rock, Texas... 
T. H. Sears, AVhitewright, Texas. 
T. J. Self, AVindom, Texas 



B. F. Young... 

R. A. Gay 

D. A. Gordon. 



3500 



I. H. Parker, Abilene, Texas.. 
J. R. Davis, Albany, Texas.... 

L. M. Buie, Anson, Texas 

J. N. Rushing, Baird, Texas... 



J.AV.Crudgington,Breckenridge,Tex. 
A. J. Haynes, Jr., Buffalo Gap, Tex, 



AV. B. Cunningham, Comanche, Tex, 

W. F. Carman, Strawn, Texas 

J. AV. Robinson, Caddo, Texas 



F. E. Leech 

E. D. Dvsart 

AV. G. Peyton.... 
S. L. Robertson . 



E. D. Dysart 

S. L. Robertson. 



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J. L. Elliott 


2 


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17 
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1 
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A. A. Baker 










W. G. Peyton 










J C Calvert Merkel, Texas 


W. G. Pevton 


7 








J F Wiggins May, Texas 


E. D. Stockton 








A. P. McClatchey,Sipe Springs, Tex. 

Irving Butcher, Raynor, Texas 

Geo. H. Bohning, Ranger, Texas 

W. W. Beall, Roby; Texas 


E. D. Stockton 


18 




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35 




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4 

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10 

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2 


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J. L. Elliott 






M. A. Wood, Rising Star, Texas 

J S Erwin Curtis, Texas 


E. D. Stockton 


52 




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W R. Cato, Strawn, Texas 


N. R. French 


1300 

85 


35 


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J. H. Beall, Sweet Water, Texas 

C. Girard, Snyder, Texas 


J. L. Elliott 

W. W.Werner 


25 




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1200 


30 


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R. H. C. Henderson, Comanche, Tex. 
B W Cox Wayland, Texas 


R. W. Benge 








W. M. Bennett 




40 














































4. Chickasaw, 


174 


1092 


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N R Mockey' Davis, I. T 
















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6. Dripping Springs 


T B Applehv Noble O T 














J J Steele, Duncan, I. T 
















Raglin, Honey Creek, I. T 

J. H Neel, Rotl, I. T 






























T W Herman, Lone Grove, I. T 
















B F King Mannsville, I. T 














12 Mt Olive 


H A Morton, Mannsville, I. T 
















J. D. Nailor, Marlow, I. T 
















































C. H. Bessent, Norman, 0. T 
















W S Horn Marlow, I. T 
















H McMullen, Tishimingo, I. T 
















J W Toone Ravsville, I. T 
















A D Sparks, Ro'tf, I. T 
















D. F. Redding, Rvan, I. T 
















JAM Walker, McGee, I. T 
















J M. Cants, Terrall, I. T 
















W J Longacre, I. T 
















D M. Lowranee, Wynnewood, I. T... 
















Loring Harner, Shawneetown, I. T... 
Edmond Willis Lukahah, I. T 


George Peter 












5. Choctaw. 




200 


SIOOO 


172 




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E S Bond, Wapanucka, I. T 


















Jas. Hudson 














































Sim Cole Stringtown, I. T 


Wm. Hall 
































Wm. Hall 














Cornelius Bond, Stringtown, I. T 


Edmond Billey 




























Mack Frazier, Antlers, I. T 


Wm. Hall 








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81 40 














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12 Kuli Tskitini 




Solomon King 














Robinson Hall, Boggy Depot, I. T 

David Potts Tulli Hina, I. T 


Stephen Peter 














Jas. Hudson 






























B F JNIozlev Kiowa I. T 


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Joe Taylor Smithville I. T 


Charlie Benjamin 














C M Neal' .Striugtown, I. T 


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27 Tulli Hikia 


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Calvin Robinson 












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A. D. McCullough.... 
A. D. McCullough.... 
J. M. Renick 


25 




J. F. Martin, Hornsbf, Texas 

William Jones, Smithville, Texas.... 








































12 








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A. W. Parr, McDade, Texas 


R. D. McCullough 


7 


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Robert Talley, Rockdale, Texas 




8 


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15 South Bend 


J. C. York, Mllano, Texas 

L Wilson, Milano, Texas 


J L Wilson 


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T. A. Colvin, Aquilla, Texas 


A. B. Cheatham 








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59 


510 
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227 


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4 Bois D'Arc 


W. M. Booth, Hillsboro, Texas 


John Miller 




22 
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201 
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1 
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M. J. Truelove, Bloom'g Grove, Tex.. 


C. G. Reagan 






7 Blum 


C. D. Calvert 

J. A. Ward, D.D 

Spencer, D.D. 


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90 








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J. W. Hornbeak 

B. M. Taylor 


16 
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75 


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13. Eureka 

14. Goshen 


J. T. Johnson, Hillsboro, Texas 

W. E. Pugh, Angus, Texas 

G. L. Porter, Hillsboro, Texas 


G C Reagan 






J. W. Hornbeak 


26 


90 


1000 


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16. Hillsboro 


J. D. Braly 


54 


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18. Italy 

19. Kirkpatrick 

20. Kerens 

21. liberty Hill 

22. Lone Oak 

2.3. Milford 

24. New Hope 

25. Osceola 

26. Peoria 

Rice 

Richland 

Rock Creek 

Union Grove 

West 

Whitney 

Woodbury 

Presbyterial Offering.. 



27 



8. Dallas. 

1. Corinth 

2. Dallas 

3. Duck Creek 

4. Elm Grove 

5. Farmersville 

6. Fate 

7. Garland 

Guthrie 

8. Jackson Branch 

9. McKinney 

10. MeMinn's Chapel 

11. Melissa 

12. Mesquite 

13. Piano 

14. Pleasant Valley 

15. Rockwall .". 

16. Rose Hill , 

17. Trinity 

18. Walnut Grove 

Presbyterial Offering.. 
Mrs. E. N. Kerr 



East Louisiana. 
No Report. 



10. Crreenville. 

1. Black Jack 

2. Brooklyn 

3. Caddo.'. 

4. Clinton 

Floyd 

5. Friendship 

6. Greenville 

7. Hopewell 

8. Harmony 

9. Lone Oak 

10. Lone Star 

11. Leesburg 

12. Miller Grove 

13. Mount Carmel 

14. Mineral Springs.. 

15. Oakland 



J. F. Park, Italy, Texas 

W. R. Kirkpatrick, Ennis, Texas. 

J. T. Weeden, Kerens, Texas 

J. S. Wright, Hubbard, Texas 

W.B. Thompson, Bloom'g Grove, Tex 
J. R. Couchman, Milford, Texas.. 
W. V. Darrow, Bee Creek Texas... 

A. R. Gee, Osceola, Texas 

J. P. Webb, Peoria, Texas 

L B. Haynle, Rice, Texas 



W. C. Johnson, Drane, Texas.. 
A. McDaniel, West, Texas 



J. B. Sumner, Woodbury, Texas., 



W. C. Parks, Parks, Texas 

F. D. Cosby, Dallas, Texas 

John Rabb, Garla'id, Texas 

J. D. Blakely, Sedalia, Mo 

Issac A. Looney, Farmerville, Texas 

H. A. Kale, Fate, Texas 

S. A. Allen, Garland, Texas 



J. F. West, Richardson, Texas 

T. C. Boon, McKinney, Texas , 

Albert Hope, Farmersville, Texas 

J. H. Mallow, Melissa, Texas 

J. C. Rugel, Mesquite, Texas 

AV. R. Norton, Piano, Texas 

W. A. J. McCollum, Pleasant Valley 

R. A. Sneed, Rockwall, Texas '.. 

W. W. Hamilton, ^Mesquite, Texas... 

C. H. Blewett, Richardson, Texas 

J. L. Kerr, Vineland, Texas 



.1. N. Harris, Black Jack Grove, Tex. 
Mrs. Kate Tremble, Emory, Texas.., 

Henry Reed, Caddo Mills," Texas 

H. C. Buchanan, Clinton, Texas 



W. S Douglass, Mt. Vernon, Te.xas.. 

F. M. Newton, Greenville, Texas 

W. A. Rutledge, Macon, Texas 

Mrs.M.E.Burns.Bl'ck J'ekGr'ye,Tex 
Mrs. B. A. Williams, Lone Oak, Tex. 

D. C. Tr-mble, Point, Texas 

J. C. Porter, Leesburg, Texas 

W. R. Graves, Greenville, Texas 

T. F. Jones, Miller Grove, Texas 

J. Fletcher, Sulphur Springs, Texas.. 
W. A. Stewart, Ridgeway, Texas 



U. C. Howard 

J. M. McCarty.... 
J. W. Hornbeak. 

R. A. McGill 

John Miller 

TJ. C. Howard 



Crawford.., 

J. M. McCarty..., 
J. W. Hornbeak.. 



J. D. Boone.. 



A. B. Cheatham.. 



G.M.Hall 

Hunter 

W. R. Hendrick. 
J. B. Nicholson... 
J. A. Hornbeak.. 
J. A. Hornbeak. 
S. D. Waldrop.... 



W. R. Hendrick. 

J. H. Wotford 

J. A. Hornbeak.. 
M. y. Brockett... 
S. D. Waldrop.... 
W. R. Hendrick. 

G. M. Hall 

W. P. Clovd 

S. D. Waldrop.... 
W. R. Hendrick. 
R. C. Grace 



G. W. McCrutcher . 



H. F. Young. 



L. F. Vick 

H. F. Bone, D.D.... 

L. F. Vick 

G. W. Crutcher 

W. A. Kirkpatrick. 

J. W. Ballew 

B. F. Stephens 



H. F. Young 

J. W. Mead 

G. W. Crutcher.. 



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16 Pine Hill 


J. T. Gist, Penn, Texas 


L. F. Vick 


6 


27 
35 
25 
16 

17 


1000 


1 

1 
1 
1 






Turner Vick, Black Jack Grove, Tex 
D. E. McMelon, Reiley Springs, Tex. 
Mrs. Ella English, Donnelton, Texas 


B. F. Stephens 






L. F. Vick 




800 






B. F. Stephens 


7 




20 Spring Hill 








Twin Oak 














21 AVhite Oak 


J. L. Odom, Sulphur Springs, Texas. 


J. W. Mead 




16 
37 


600 


1 

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H. F. Young 


8 
















J. P. Henderson, Altus, Okla 

W A Potts Warren, Okla 


E. T. Neel 

J. A Zinn 








1 

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11. 3reer County. 
1. Altus 


65 

9 


728 
13 


88700 


148 


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B B. Zinn, Dot, Okla 


E. T. Neel 












R. R. Richardson, Coralea, Okla 


W. A. McAnally 


























J. A. Flood, Mangum, Okla 

, Mt. Walch, Okla 


W. A. McAnallv 








1 






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1 

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9 






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B. F. Thompson, Archer City, Texas 






16 

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9 










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B. C. Goodner, Blue Grove, Texas.... 


G. P. Hester 


8 
9 
6 

4 

7 


25 
125 
53 
7 
14 
31 




1 
2 
1 

1 
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8 Chico 


J L. Stanfleld 




100 


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1000 




10. Chapel Hill 


Ed. Mattix, , 








J. B. Wilkes, Cundiff, Texas 








12. Cundiff. 


W. J. Walker 






13 Clara 












14 East Belknap 


R J Burk, Bowie, Texas 




26 
9 


35 




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W. F. Wear, Loop, Texas 








16 Flat P>ock 
























18. Iowa Park 


B. E. Fuller, Iowa Park, Texas 






8 






















20. Mount Olive 


W.D.Cunningham, Park Springs, Tex 


L. E. Foster 




29 
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60 




















22. Newport 


W. M. Wayner, Newport, Texas 


W. J. Walker 


4 


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1 










24. Post Oak 


J. P. Kirk, Post Oak, Texas 




2 


55 
30 
11 
12 
13 
11 
16 
17 
65 


1100 


1 








G. P. Hester 




26. Kingold 

27. Eock Rest . 


W. C. Wilson, Ringgold, Texas 








1 

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150 




29. Sharon 


T D. McGaughey 






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31. AVichita Falls 


Z T Danny Chico Texas 






1600 


1 

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14 






























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1. Bandera 

2. Barnett 

3. Barnett Springs... 

4. Bellview 

5. Blanco 

6. Buda 

7. Center Point 

ft. Canoe Creek 

9. Confjuista 

10. Ebenezer 

11. Eclato 

12. Hochheim 

13. Ingram 

14. Kyle 

15. Lockhart 

16. Manchaca 

17. Moulton 

18. Pilgrim Lake 

19. Pleasant Hill , 

20. Pviverside 

21. iSan Antonio 1st.., 

22. San Antonio 2d... 

23. San Marcos 

24. Yoakum 

25. Crab Apple 

26. Shady Grove 

27. Shiloh 

28. Union 

29. Tabor 

AVrightsboro 

Indicidual Gifts.. 



14. Guthrie. 

1. Argyle 

2. Aurora 

3. Bethel 

4. Bone's Chapel 

5. Bulcher 

6. Center Hill 

7. Clear Creek 

8. Concord 

9. Collinsville 

10. Cotton Wood 

11. Decatur 

12. Denton 

13. Estelle 

14. Flower Mound 

15. Forestburg 

16. Gainesville 

17. Georgetown 

18. Good Hope 

19. Gregory 

20. Kellar 

21. Lewisville 

22. Lynchburg 

23. M'cAdow 

24. Martin Valley 

25. Montague Springs.. 

26. Mount Olivet 

27. Mount Tabor 

28. Nocona 

29. New Salem 

30. Oliver Creek 

31. Pella 



.1. J. Nott, Kerrville, Te.\as.... 
Geo. Elder, Cheapside, Texas.. 



R. C. Barton, Buda, Texas 

N. W. Breisford, Slayden, Texas.. 



J. D. Alexander, Cedar Creek, Tex. 
J. H. Blackwell, Hochheim, Texas.. 



W. R. Greenlee, Moulton, Texas....:. 
A. J. Newman, Pilgrim Lake, Texas. 



J. D. Eustis, Fentress, Texas.. 



John Eastwood, San Marcos, Texa 
John Clayton, Yoakum, Texas.... 



S. H. Karnes, Argyle, Texas 

.(. W. Beard, Rhome, Texas 

W. T. Miner, AVaketon, Texas 

E. B. Dishman, Whltesboro, Texas... 

T. J. Smith, Bulcher, Texas 

A. M. Williams, Callisburg, Texas... 

T. B. Settle, Rest, Texas 

W. P. Smith, Dido, Texas 

W. H. Stephenson, Collinsville, Tex. 

0. Heatherly, Illinois Bend, Texas... 

W. E. Buchanan, Decatur, Texas 

R. W. Pitman, Denton, Texas 

J. W. French, Estelle, Texas 

V. A. Cruse, Lewisville, Texas 

J. W. Bowers, Forestburg, Texas 

R. A. Modrall, Gainesville, Texas.... 

C. Burgess, Potsboro, Texas 

A. B. Jamison, Parvin, Texas 

Joe Gregory, Reede, Texas 

W. A. Bates, Kellar, Texas 

J. .M. Hatcher, Lewisville, Texas 

J. W. Bone, Garza, Texas 

A. P. Mahard, Rock Hill, Texas 

J. M. Cxary, Bolivar, Texas 

W. E. Stagg, I'z, Texas 

1. Gregory, Era, Texas 

J. S. Jester, Mallard, Texas 

A. B. Jones, Nacona, Texas 



J. H. Buchanan, Drop, Texas.. 
R. D. Means, Pella, Texas 



S. A. Comer 

H. E. Middleton. 



W. H. Brown. 
a! R. Renick.. 



C. J. Bradley. 
T. A. Leach... 



T. A. Leach.. 
W. S. Friar.. 



T. A. Leach 

E. E. Moody .... 

H. F. Perrv 

J. P. Campbell. 
T. A. Leach 



R. W. Stantield 

John McClurkan 

C. B. Hodges 

D. L. Mitchell 



H. J. Holland. 

G. C. Spann 

C. A. Russell... 



D. C. DeWitt. 



L V. Jollv 

D. L. Mitchell.. 
M. C. Johnson. 



A. Bippetoe. 
J. J. Moore... 
J. J. Moore... 



C. A. Russell... 

D. L. Mitchell. 
T. J. Edwards.. 
H. J. Holland.. 
C. B. Hodges... 



John McClurkan. 
D. L. Mitchell 



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32. Pilot Point 

33. Red Branch 

34. Rodgers' Chapel 

35. Sandy Springs 

36. Shiloh 

37. Spanish Fort 

38. Union 

.39. Valley View 

40. Watauga 

41. Whitesboro 



1.5. Little River. 

Bartlett 

Bethel 

1. Beulah 

2. Burnet 

3. Concord 

4. Copperas Cove 

5. Davilla 

6. Georgetown 

7. Granger 

8. Hope 

9. Hopewell 

10. Hutto 

11. Hillsdale 

12. Lampasas 

13. Liberty Hill 

14. Leachville 

15. MountZion 

16. Marble Falls 

17. Mount Plea.sant 

Mount Herman 

18. New Hope 

19. New Salem 

20. Oak Grove 

Paris 

21. Pleasant Hill 

22. Prairie Spring 

2.3. Pleasant Valley 

24. Round Rock 

25. Salado 

26. Shadv Grove 

27. Shiloh 

28. Taylor 

29. Volo 

30. Youngsport 

H. M. Cook 

Presbylerial Offering.. 



W. C. McCulley, Pilot Point, Texas. 
F. L. Aldridge.Red Branch, Texas.., 

W. H. Taylor, Denton,. Texas 

C. A. Wright, Sandusky, Texas 

.T. S. Wiggins. Early, Texas 

S. F. Await, Spanish Fort, Texas 

S. P. Shaffer, Enless, Texas 

C. S. Newton, Valley View, Texas.... 

H, C. Johnson, Watauga, Texas 

J. H. Omohundro, Whitesboro, Tex. 



R. H. Schooler, Shive, Texas 

S. S. Jamison, Sr., Burnet, Texas ... 
A. V. Patterson, Center City, Texas. 
T. O. Harrell, Copperas Cove, Texas.. 

W. H. Hamilton, Davilla, Texas 

L. F. Chapman, Georgetown, Texas.. 

J. H. Willis, Granger, Texas 

J. ,D. Sam ford, Burnet, Texas 

U. T. Sterling, Liberty Hill, Texas... 

E. B. Harrison, Hutto, Texas 

J. W. Woods, Izora, Texas 

W. S. Morris. Lampasas, Texas 

W. G. Griffiths, Libertv Hill, Texas. 

M. M. Caldwell, Rockdale, Texas 

J. T. Chamberlain, Burnet. Texas ... 
J. K. Daugherty, Marble Falls, Tex.. 
Freeman George, Nolanville, Texas.. 



W. F. Cunningham.. 



AV. L. Brewer.. 
C. A. Russell... 
C. B. Hodges... 



M. D. Maness. 
A. Rippetoe.... 
C. N. Jarrell.. 



A. Atkin.son. 



A. Atkinson. 
J. A. Knox.... 
J. B. Kerr 



S. C. Lookett 

S. L. McFarland. 
William Piercy. . 

S. C. Lockett 

H. H. Burkes 



William Piercy.. 

J. B. Kerr 

William Piercy. 



W. G. Moore, Lampasas, Texas 

J. M. Town.send, Grundyville, Tex.. 
W.W. Tucker, Florence, Texas 



D. A. Knox. 



H. H. Burkes... 

A. Atkinson ... 

B. E. Bowmer.. 



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16. Louisiana. 

1. Bethany 

2. Bethlehem 

3. Clampitt's Chapel. 

4. Haynesville 

5. Iron Springs 

6. New Providence.... 

7. Piovidence 

8. Pleasant Hill 

Salem 

9. Torbetl 

10. Union 

11. Pisgah 

12. Claiborne 



C. W. Bowmer. Leander, Texas 

Calvin Weir, Georgetown, Texas 

J. H. Sinimler, Adamsville, Texas... 
H. B. Sheppard, Round Rock, Texas 

W. A. Davis, Bartlett, Texas 

T. A. Burch, Strickling, Texas 

W. H. Farlev, Hutto, Texas 

F. M. Hedrick, Taylor, Texas 

W. C. Sparks, Parkdale, Texas 

Joel Ray, Youngsport, Texas 



William Piercy. 
Jno. Hudson 

A. Atkinson 

Jno. Hudi3on 

J. B. Kerr 

B. E. Bowmer.... 

S. C. Lockett 

J. E. McQuown. 
J. W. Beasley.... 
D. A. Knox 



T. G. Jones, Coushatta, La 

P. A. Cowsir, Homer, La 

G. N. Clampitt, Arcadia, La 

Thomas Price, Havnesville, La. 
B. F. Enloe, Lake "Village, La.... 

J. E. Moody, Miuden, La 

N. A. Bridges, Arcadia, La 

W. N. C. Hines. Goldarner, La.. 



S. D. Howard.- 
W. H. Bass 



W. H. Bass 

S. D. Howard... 
F. A. Clampitt. 

L. W. Beard 

S. D. Howard..., 



B. F. Cox, Homer, La 

H. A. Kinard, Ringold, La 

James Bozeman, Belmont, La. 
J. A. Gaudy, Athens, La 



F. A. Clampitt. 
S. D. Howard... 
S. D. Howard... 
T. H. Moore 



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3 


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J. M. Dunn, Coffeeville, Texas 








J. H. Shackelford, Lafayette, Texas.. 

W. B. Willis, Daingerfield, Texas 

F. Y. Hall, Marshall, Texas 


T. V. Dobson 


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T. V. Dobson 


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A. L. Glass, Hughes' Springs, Texas.. 
A. S. Walton, Viola, Texas 


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8 Huffines. 


P. G. Murphy, Huffines, Texas 


W. H. Head 








Mrs. E. B. Johnston, Marshall, Tex.. 


E. H. Keasler 

P. M. Riley 


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W. B. Alle'n 

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50 

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750 

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56 


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G. A. Harris, Kelleyville, Texas 






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Dr. A. Sears, Marshall, Texas 


W. B. Farr, D.D 


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W. Y. Fisher, Longview, Texas 

W. B. Martin, Old Monterey, Texas.. 


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J. H. Hutchison, Queen City, Texas.. 
S. D. Durruni, Smithland, Texas 


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W. J. Lackey 


58 




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G. W. Graham, Grand Cane, La 


E. H. Keasler 




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18. Parsons. 


99 


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A. L. McClellan 




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J. H. Guthrie, Finis, Texas 


J. B. Groves 


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13. Newberry 


S. P. Newberry, Millsap, Texas 

J. A. Cherry, Brock, Texas 

John W Groves, Olney, Texas 


W. A. Erwin 


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16 
75 


S1200 


1 
1 
1 


50 


A. L. McClellan 

E. V. Butler, 




15 Olney 












300 






W. P. Davis, Bovd, Texas 






18 Prairie Hill 


J. L. King, Aledo, Texas 

J. F. Hammock, Weatherford, Tex.. 


G. W. Rushing 


36 
12 




1 
1 
1 
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1 
2 


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G. W. Rushing 


800 




20 Silver Creek 


W. A. Erwin 






W. A. Erwin, Sr , Veal's Station 

D. J. Tiles, Ovid, Texas 


W. E. Green 


18 

3 

23 








A. L Williams 








W. S. Campbell, Veal's Station, Tex. 


I. S. Davenport 




95 


24 Whitt . 








25 Weatherford 


































W. M. Cunningham, Araarillo, Tex. 














19. Pease River. 


129 


779 


$46300 


270 


















D P Gatcwood , 














4 Childress 


J R Killain, Childress, Texas 














5 ChJilicothe 


R W Erunson Chillicothe, Texas 













































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13 May Shaw 










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16 Newlin 






































16 


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W. P. Young, , 








20 Tulia 
































22. Washl)urn 




















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1 
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3 

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563 

54 
74 
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159 
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416 


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65 




W. H. Hart, Arlington, Texas 


W. M. Bunch 


65 










5. Bethany 














14 
41 
14 

6 
28 

5 
35 


1000 






.T. B. Teagiie, SaraWo, Texas 


R. M. White 






L C Collier 




84 


9. Chapel Hill .... 


J. N. Cumniings, Cleburne, Texas.... 


R. D. Wear 


250 
2200 
2000 
3500 


30 


10. Cleburne 


R. D. Wear 


100 


11. Ferris 


W. A. Baird, Ferris, Texas 

W. T. Fokes, Fort Worth, Texas 


B. M. Taylor 

A. B. Buchanan 


40 


12. Fort Worth 


9m 






13 GJood Hope 


I). R. Myres, George'.s Creek, Texas.. 
W. S. Bailey, Rio Vista, Texas 


W. P. McKimmey.... 

J. M. Wilshire 

W. C. Ru.shing 


32 
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F. R. Wallace, Johnson's Sta., Texas.. 


300 
500 






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J. M. Wilshire 

J. H. White 




IS. Lisbon 


L. E. Smith, Lisbon, Texas 

C. F. Phillips, Red Oak, Texas 


1200 
800 


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19. Liberty . . 


J. H. White 




20. Long Creek 


J. L. Martin, Center Mill, Texas 

E. R. Alexander, Midlothian, Texas. 

J. M. Witherspoon, Midlothian, Tex 
J. H. Gillespie, Dallas, Texas 


W. P. McKimmey.... 


37 
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2600 
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75 




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R. M. White 


800 


65 


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W. G. Templeton 


19 
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56 


26. Onion Creek 


W. C. Nerren, Forreston, Texas 


200 




27. Palmer 






28. Pisgah 


J. R. Fleming, Waxahachie, Texas... 

J. B. Westbrooks, Nathan, Texas 

G. W. Humphrey, Grandview, Tex.. 






54 
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200 

300 

2000 


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R. I). Wear 


15 




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R. L. McElree 




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R. M. White "..... 


8 
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33. Shiloh 


J. F. Brvson, Ovilla, Texas 

Thos. Bifatton, Fort Worth, Texas.... 
G. W. Fitzhugh, Granbury, Texas... 
T. E. Wiltshire, Mar^stown, Texas... 

E. P. Lusk, Sterrett, Texas 


C. H. Smith 

J. M. Martin 


2500 
6000 


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34. Tabernacle 


47 


35. Tolar 


W. C. Rushing 




36. Union Hill 


L. C. Collier 


20 
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18 
13 
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70 
49 
18 
101 
68 
74 


700 
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1200 
6000 
1000 


1 
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1 
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1 
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65 


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C. H. Smith. . 


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38. Sterrett 


C. H Smith 

W. C. Wheat 


99. 


39. Waxahachie 


Thos. J. Middleton, Waxahachie 

S. D. Lasater, A-lington, Texas 

R. E. Deeringer, Crowley, Texas 


75 


40. West Fork 


W. M. Bunch 


6ft 




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Name of the 
Congregation. 


Clerk of the Session 
AND Post-office. 


Pastor. 


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3 

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Value of Church Property. 

No. Sundays P'ch'g Per Mo. 
Sunday-school Meuibers 
(Teachers and Scholars). 


•21. Med Jiiver. 
1 Bagwell 




R. L. Phelps 


6 


39 
38 
85 
35 
27 
14 

135 
35 

120 
34 

153 
35 
20 
50 
65 

475 
38 
50 
43 
21 
50 
37 
28 
25 


$1300 
250 . 
1200 


1 58 


2 Bethel (Delta) 








3. Bethel (Red River) 


Ed. Wilson, Fulbright, Texas 

E. K. Gunn, Halesburo, Texas 


J. M. Martin 




1 


F. L. Rodgers 




1 




J. E. Harris, Brookston, Texas 




12 


800 
.500 

1200 
750 

5000 


1 .35 




John H. Day 


1 






J. M. Martin 




2 60 




C. T. Johnston, Chicota, Texas 

W. A. Taylor, Clarksville, Texas 


J. Y. Collins 


5 
9 
14 
22 
9 
5 
10 


1 49 


9. Clarksville 


S. M. Templeton 


4 137 




1 59 


11. Deport 


James B. Nixou, Deport, Texas 

H. S. Parks, Detroit, Texas 


F. L. Rodgers 


2000 
1200 


2 137 


12 Detroit 


T. S. Cause V 


2 46 


13. Pine Bluff. 




J. H. McKiiight 

J. Y. Collins 


1 




Miss Mattie Pirtle, Honey Grove, Tex. 

J. L. Franklin, Bogata, Texas 

T. J. Vaughan, Paris, Texas 


2000 

900 

40000 


1 50 






1 


16. Pans 




93 
3 
2 


4 .367 


17 Rocky Ford 


R. H. Johnson, Biardstown, Texas... 
M. C. Scatt; Clarksville, Texas 


T. S. Causev 


1 60 




R. E. Phelps 


200 
500 


1 


19 Shiloh 


Wra. Fulton, Madras, Texas 


R. L. Phelps 


1 47 


20 Sprinu- Hill 






1 


21. Stone's Chapel 


Moses Grant. Clarksville, Texas 

W. R. Wilson, Emberson, Texas 

Xat Haves, Ben Franklin, Texas 

P. R. Rudolph, Woodland, Texas 


R. L. Phelps 




500 
500 


1 38 




J. Y. Collins 


7 


1 


23 Union. 


J. H. McKnight 

John H. Dav 


1 


24. Woodland 




1 


Bee. B. Fuller and wife. 
F T Awbrey 
























C. S. McLelland, Hempstead, Texas.. 


J. P. Barnett 










22. San Jacinto. 


197 
6 


1651 

14 
20 
8 
51 
20 
56 
10 
40 


$58800 . 


. 1143 
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3. Hojiewell 


W. J. Peters, Cook's Point, Texas 

B. F. Ornian, Sunnvside, Texas 

J. H. Babb, Midwav, Texas 


J. P. Barnett 


15 






4. Oakland 


$555 


23 




B. Tarplv 


1 




P. B. Bookman, Prairie Plains, Tex.. 




2 


600 .. 
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. 60 




AV. L. Towner, Ballinger, Texas 

J. A. Starnes, Brownwood, Texas 


J. B. Waggoner 

E. E. Hendrick 






23. San Saba. 


23 

18 
16 


219 

60 
90 


$25 M .. 

$120(1 - 
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85 
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I 75 


3 Blanket 






W. N. Cameron, Ballinger, Texas 


J. B. "\Vright 




2(,! 


200 





Cristoval 














14 
21 


60 
37 

22 
23 
33 
10 
100 
26 
24 


300 
1 


50 




L. R. Rav, Cherokee, Texas 




50 















John Willis, Goldthwaite, Texas 

J. A. Gilliland, Rockwood, Texas 


Jo. Dial 




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J. B. AVright 




1 




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11. Rock Shoals 


R. C. Hart, San Saba, Texas 






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T. C. Pucket, Sherwood, Texas 






] 






T). Q. McCartv, Cbristoval 






1 
















15. San Saba. . . 


AV. T. Chamberlain, San Saba, Texas 


W. M. Speegle 


8 


20 
24 
23 
40 
34 


500 1 
1 


15 


16. Stepp's Creek 












1 




18. AVallace Creek 


G. W. Campbell, San Saba, Texas 

T H. Lea, Zephvr, Texas 


W. M. Speegle 


10 
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1 

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19. Zephyr. ... 1 




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696 


$15200 .. 


310 



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298 Christian Endeavor. |i894- 



XV.-CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. 



The following is a Statistical Exhilnt of the Christian Endeavor Soci- 
eties of the Church, given by Synods and Presbyteries. 

ALABAMA SYNOD. 

Alab.\ma Presbytery. — Selma 27. Societies not reported, Pelham, 
Blocton, Calera, and Oak Grove. 

Florida Presbytery. — Auburndale, membership not reported. 

McGready Presbytery. -Sheffield oO, Shetfield Junior 18. Total mem- 
bership, 48. Societies not reported, Center Star, Florence, Hickory Grove, 
Rock S2:)ring, and Rogersville. 

Robert Doxnell Presbytery.— Athens 37, Huntsville 32, New Garden 

34, New Market 42, New Market Junior 24. Total membership, 169. Soci- 
eties not reported. Gurley, Maysville, and Paul's Chapel. 

Sprixgville Presbytery.'— Birmingham 21, Springville 18. Total 
membership, 39. 

Talladega Presbytery. — Piedmont 43. Not reported, Attalla. 
Total reported membership for Synod, 320. 

ARKANSAS SYNOD. 

Arkansas Presbytery. — Bentonville 42, Cincinnati 55, Fayetteville 
25, Salem 21, Van Buren 65, Wood's 32, Mt. Vernon 35, Bentonville Junior 

35. Total membership, 315. Societies not reported, Clyde and Mt. Eden. 
Burrow Presbytery. — Societies not reported, Clarendon, Knobel, and 

Poplar Grove. 

EwixG Presbytery.— Clarksville 30, Russellville 45, Atkins 20, Clarks- 
ville Junior 20, Russellville. Junior 73. Total membership, 188. yocieties 
not reported, Dover and New Hope. 

King Presbytery. — Fort Smith 30. 

Mound River Presbytery. — Not reported, Lockesburgh. 

Searcy Presbytery.— Avilla 28, Little Rock 13, Searcy 22. Total mem- 
l)ership, 63. Not reported, Mt. Carmel. 

Washington Presbytery.— Harrison 30. Not reported, Huntsville. 

AVhite River Presbytery. — Union 55. Not reported, Mountain Home 
Junior. 

Total membei'ship for Synod, 656. 

ILLINOIS SYNOD. 

Albion Presbytery. — Burnt Prairie 31, Enfield 36, Enfield Junior 40, 
Fairfield 21, Fairfield Junior 30. Total membership, 158. Societies not 
reported, Albion, Persimmon Grove, Tom's Prairie, and Union. 

Chicago Presbytery. — First Church 40, Church of Providence, 27. 
Total membership, 67. Societies not reported, Fourth Church and Alpine 
Heights. 



1894] Christian Endeavor. 299 

S~ Decatur Presbytery. — Bethany 42, Bethany Junior 95, Gays 48, Sul- 
livan 40, Windsor 42, Wood's Chapel 54. Total membership, 331. Socie- 
ties not reported, Argenta, Cisco, Madison, Mt. Zion, North Fork, uecatur. 
Friend's Creek, Mattoon, Mattoou Junior. 

EwiNG Presbytery.— Galatia 4i, Xorris City 11. Total membership, 
56. Societies not reported, Broughton, Mt. Pleasant, Palestine, Ridgeway, 
and Union Ridge. 

Foster Presbytery. — AUerton 20, Fairfield 20, Rardin 37, Shiloli 45, 
Danville 66, Danville Intermediate 35, Danville Junior 25, Chestnut Street 
•Chapel 35, Intermediate 20, Junior 54. Total membership 432. Societies 
not reported, Oakland, Sidell, Trilla, Loxa, Ridge Farm, Bethel, Yankee 
Point, Sharon, Highland, Olive Branch, and St. Omer. 

Illinois Presbytery. — Mt. Sterling 40. Societies not reported, Colum- 
bus, Gilead, and Golconda. 

McLix Presbytery. — Zion 26. Societies not reported, luka, Kinmun- 
dy, and Salem. 

M.ACKiNAw Presbytery. — Grand Ridge 42, Leroy 33, Lincoln 63, Lin- 
coln Junior 34, Mt. Pleasant 33, West Union 32, Hopedale 40, Hopedale 
Junior 39. Total membership, 316. Societies not reported, Atlanta and 
<3ribson City. 

RusHviLLE Presbytery. — Biggsville 37, Macomb 19, Table Grove 45, 
West Prairie 23. Total membership 124. Not reported. Sugar Creek. 

Saxgamox Presbytery. - Girard 26, Greenview 41, Irish Grove, 31, 
Roodhouse 15, Sangamon Bottom 24, Sugar Creek 35, Petersburg 98, Vir- 
ginia 53. Total membership, 323. Societies not reported, Auburn, New 
Holland, Springfield, Tallula, Rock Creek, and Providence. 

Vandalia Presbytery.— Alton 35, Coffeen 40, Donnellson, 48, Irving 
-87, Liberty Prairie 25, Sorento 40, Walsh ville 31, Witt 35. Total member- 
ship 341. Societies not reported, Eethalto, Palmer, Taylorville, Taylorville 
Junior, and Donnellson Junior. 

Total membership for Synod, 2,214. 

INDIANA SYNOD. 

IxDiAXA Presbytery. — Bethlehem 23, Boonville 62, Junir 30, Evans- 
ville First Church 117, Junior 68, Jefferson Ave. 52, Junior 45, Hazleton 
31, Newburgh 38, Junior 25, Patoka 53, Petereburg 58, Pisgah 43, Princeton 
43, Townsend 54, Oakland City 16, Vincennes 64, West Salem 15. Total 
membership, 837. Not reported, Stevenson. 

MoRGAX Presbytery. — Bloomlield 33, Ellettsville 30, Washington 27. 
Total membership, 90. Not rei)orted, Harrodsburg. 

Wabash Presbytery. — Danville 42, Junior 35, Deer Creek 19, Hope- 
well 50, Logansport 34, Martinsville 31, Mt. Zion 38. Total membership 
249. 

Total membership for Synod, 1176. 

IOWA SYNOD. 

CoLESBURG Presbytery.— JMaxwell 57, Junior 30, Waukon 36. Total 
Membership, 123. 

Iowa Presbytery. — Lagrange 37, Moravia 40. Total membership 77. 
Societies not rei^orted, Chariton, Mt. Olivet, and Shinar. 

West Iowa Presbytery.— Not reported, Macedonia. 

Total membership for Synod, 200. 

KANSAS SYNOD. 

Atchisox Presbytery. — Not reported, Maywood. 

Edex Presbytery. — Scott City 27. Not reported, Pence. 



300 Christian Endeavor. [1894.. 

Kansas Presbytery. - Wagstaff' 30, Zion 22: Total membership, 52. 
Societies not reported, Fort Scott, Pomona, Rockford, and Topeka. 

Nebraska Presbytery. — Dunbar 33, Junior 28,NebraskaCity 48, Union. 
17. Total membership, 126. 

Wichita Presbytery — Corwin 34, Hazleton 29. Total membership, 
03. Societies not reported, Maylield and Ne\v Murdoch. 

Rocky Mountain Presbytery.— Canon City 30, Sterling 36. Total, 
membership, 06. 

Total membership for Synod, 364. 

KEVTUCKY SYXUD. 

Anderson Presbytery. — ^Nladisonville, 21. 

Davis Presbytery. — Hopkinsville 69. 

Kentucky Presbyteky. — Caldwell 22, Louisville 31, Sugar Ridge 25. 
Total membership, 78. Not reported, Gilead. 

Logan Presbytery. — Auburn 27, Bowling Green 68, Russellville, 14, 
Smith's Grove 25. Total membership, i;54. Not reiiorted, Mt. Olivet. 

Mayi'ield Presbytery.— Oakland 20. Not reported, Mayfield and Pa- 
ducah. 

OwENSBORo Presbytery. — Mt. Zion 15, Owensboro 18, Junior 32. To- 
tal membership, 65. Societies not reported, Antioch, Livermore, and Mt. 
Pleasant. 

Princeton Presbytery. Bethlehem 37, Fredonia 24, Princeton 16, Ju- 
nior 16. Total membership, 93. 

Total membership for Synod, 4S0. 

MISSLSSIPPI SYNOD. 

New Hope Presbyteky.— Meridian 38, Woodlawn 60, Beersheba 45.. 
Total raeiid)ershiii 143. Not reported. West Point. 

Oxford Presbytery. — Oxford 46, Water Valley 12. Total member- 
ship, 58. 

Total membership for Synod, 201. 

MISSOURI SYNOD. 

Chii.i.icothe Presbytery. — Gallatin 24, New Provi<lence 22. Total 
membei'ship, 46. Societies not reported, Fairview and Jamesport. 

Kirksvim.e Presbytery. ^Kahoka 40. Kirksville, 53, Junior 45, La 
Plata, 55, McAdow 32, Memphis 25, Junior 23, Bethel 19, Pleasant Hill 38,. 
Revere 36. Total membership, 366. Societies not reported, Gorin, and 
Middle Fabius. 

Lexington Presbytery. — Butler 25, Centerview 24, Holden 43, Inde- 
pendence .'U, Latour 36, Odessa 35, AVarrensburg 49, Westport 15, Union 
society at Chilhowee, 9 members Cumberland Presbyterian. Total mem- 
bership, 270. Societies not reported. Bear Creek, Columbus, Kansas City, 
Mt. Rose, Walnut Grove, Rich Hill, Spruce, and Foster. 

McGee Presbytei:y. — Macon 63, Moberly 49. Total membership, 112. 

Neosho Presbyteky. — Center Creek Junior 13, Mount Pleasant 19, 
Sarcoxie 34. Total membership, 66. Societies not reported. Concord, 
Pierce City, Purdy, and Ritchey. 

New Lebanon Presbytery. — Marshall 82, Junior 25, Sedalia Junior 66,. 
Slater 22. Total membership, 195. Not reported, New Lebanon, Otter- 
ville, and Sedalia. 

Ozark Presbytery. — Aurora 38, Golden City 60, Greenfield 53, Mt. 
Vernon 35, Ozark 30. Total membership, 216 Societies not reported, 
Golden City Junior, Aurora Junior, Marionville, Southwest City, Spring- 
River, Verona. 

Platte Presbytery. — Mt. Pleasant 18, Watson 47, St. Joseph 34, Wat- 



iS94-] Christian Endeavor. 301 

-.son Junior 32. Total membership, 131. Societies not reported, Concord, 
Rochester, Weatherly, Craig, Osborn. Linkville, and Savannah. 
■ Salt River Presbytery. — Clarksville 25, Louisiana, 25. Total member- 
ship, 50. Societies not reported. Ashley, Curryville, Mt. Air, Union Val- 
ley, Frankford, Mt. Sterling, Olney, Wellsville, and Whiteside. 

Springfield Pre.si5ytery. — Springfield First Church 55, Springfield 
Second Church 30. Total membership, 85. Societies not reported, Brook- 
line, Mt. Comfort, and Pleasant Hope. 

St. Louis Presbytery.— St. Louis 42, Junior 30. Total membei-ship 72. 
Not reported Gethsemane. 

West Pl.\ixs Presbytery. — West Plains 40, Willow Springs 12. Total 
membership 52. Xot reported, Wilderness. 

West Pr.airie Presbytery. — Doniphan 47. Societies not reported, 
Dexter and Maldon. 

Total membership for Synod, 1,708. 

OHIO SYNOD. - 

Athens Presbytery. — Albany 24, Harrisonville, 50, Alexandria, 41, 
Waterloo 18. Total membership 133. Societies not reported, Ceuterburg, 
Laurelville Mt. Zion, and Tarleton. 

Miami Presbytery. — Covington t)2, Covington Junior 28, Lebanon 120, 
Lebanon Junior 87, Sharonville 25. Total membership, 322. Xot re- 
ported, Bradford. 

MrsKiNGUM Presbytery.— Beverly 30. Not reported, Cumberland. 

Total membership for Synod, 485. 

OREGON SYNOD. 

Oregon Presbytery.— Albauy 20, McMinnville 50, Lebanon 30, Salem 
15, McMinnville Junior 75. Total membership, lilO. Not reported. Wood- 
burn. 

AValla Walla Presisytery.— Garfield 53, Walla Walla 45. Total 
membership, 98. Societies not reported, Oakesdale and Steptoe. 

Willamette Presbytery. — Cottage Grove Junior 33. Not reported, 
Eugene. 

Total membership for Synod, 321. 

PACIFIC SYNOD. 

California Presbytery. — Arroyo Grande 33, Middletown 27, San Jose 
■61, Arroyo Grande Junior 30, Winters 09, Winters Intermediate 31, Win- 
ters Junior, 42, Union Junior (1. Total membership, 299. Societies not 
reported, Lompoc, San Diego, and San Francisco. 

Sacramento Presbytery. — Borden 35, Merced 60, Mariposo 45. Mari- 
poso Junior 26, Stockton 42, Total membership, 208. Not reported, 
Plainsburg. 

Tulare Presbytery.— Bakersfield 32, Hanford 69, Selma 52. Total 
membership, 1.53. Not reported, Fresno. 

Total membership for Synod, 650. 

PENNSYLVANIA SYNOD. 

Allegheny Presbytery.— Elenora 30, Anita 44, Anita Junior 40, Jack- 
son Center 100, Jackson Center Intermediate 21, Irwin 28, Oliveburg 45, 
Punxsutawney 48. Total membership, 356. Societies not reported, Beth- 
.any and Whitesville. 

Pennsylvania Presbytery. — Carmichaels 15, Concord 44, Fairview 42, 
Pleasant Hill 49, Zion 49, Pleasant Grove 45. Total membership, 244. 
JS'ot reported. West L^nion. 



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Pittsburgh Presbytery. — Coal Center 87, Cbarleroi 35, Pittsburgh 32. 
Total membership, 154. Societies not reported, Bethel, Bentleyville, Oak 
Grove, and McKeesport. 

Union Presbytery. — Brownsville 43, Harmon^' 40, East Liberty 28^ 
East Liberty Junior 25. Total membership, 184. Societies not reported^ 
Masontown, Merrittstown, and Pleasant View. 

Total membership for Synod, 938. 

TENNESSEE SYNOD. 

Charlotte Presbytery. — Erin 28. 

Chattanoog.\ Presbytery. — Chattanooga 35, Cleveland 53, Jasper 42, 
Sherman Heights, 54. Total membership, 184. Societies not reported,. 
Benton, Dayton, Ebenezer, Oak Grove, South Pittsburgh, and Whitwell. 

Elk Presbytery. — Bellbuckle 25, Camargo Center 27, Cowan 52, Fay- 
etteville 30, Goshen 57, TuHahoma 52, Winchester 47. Total membership, 
29S. Societies not reported, Beech Grove, Fosterville, Manchester, ancl 
Mt. Carmel. 

PIopewell Presbytery.— Camden 45, Junior 72, Dyer 29, Greenfield 
35, Huntingdon 21, McKenzie 56, Greenfield Junior 28, McKenzie Junior 
59, Gum Springs Junior 33. Total membership, 378. Societies not re- 
ported, Dresden, Friendship, Gleason, Gleason Junior, Humboldt, Milan, 
Trezevant, and Zion. 

Knoxville Presbytery. — Knoxville 68, Junior 24, Loudon 60, Sweet- 
water 80. Total membership, 232. Societies not reported, Madisonville, 
and Virtue. 

Lebanon Presbytery. — Clarksville 35, Gallatin 19, Goodlettsville Ju- 
nior 35, Lavergne 34, Lebanon 52, Nashville First Church 29, Grace 76, Ju- 
nior 32, Watkins Park 22, Junior 15, Sugg's Creek 26. Total membership, 
375. Societies not reported, Franklin, Hartsville, Stoner's Creek, Edge- 
field Churches, Pome, Springfield, Simpkin's Chapel. 

McMiNNViLLE Presbytery. — Liberty 25, McMinnville 64. Total mem- 
bership, 89. Societies not reported, Murfreesboro, Jerusalem, and Las- 
cassas. 

Memphis Presbytery. — Memphis 43. 

Obion Presbytery. — Dyersburg 63, Kenton 43, Pleasant Hill 44, Troy 

33, Union City 20, Ro-Ellen Junior 27, D3'ersburg Junior 50. Total mem- 
bership, 280. "Societies not reported. Bethel, Ebenezer, Newbern, Morella, 
Rives, Rutherford and Yorkville. 

Richland Presbytery. — Clifton 18, Columbia 37, Spring Hill 13, Sharon 

34, Columbia Junior 44. Total membership, 146. Societies not reported, 
Campbellsville and Savannah. 

Total membership for Synod, 2,153. 

TEXAS SYNOD. 

Bacox Presbytery. — Athens 20, Terrell 28. Total membership, 48. 
Not reported, Will's Point. 

BoNHAM Presbytery. — Bonham 27. Societies not reported, Ladonia, 
Honey Grove, Sherman, Whitewright and Wolfe City. 

Buffalo Gap Presbytery.— Buffalo Gap 37, Junior 45, Comanche 45, 
Abilene 20, Junior 30. Total membership, 177. Not reported, Colorado. 

Colorado Presbytery. — Not reported, Austin and Rockdale. 

Corsicana Presbytery. — Corsicana 62, Milford 23, Italy 30, Junior 40. 
Total membership, 155. Societies not reported, Dawson, Hillsboro, Hub- 
bard, Itasca, Kerens and West. 

Dallas Presbytery.- Dallas (1st ch.) 30, Me.squite 17, Piano 33. Total 
membership, 80. Not reported, McKinney. 

Greenville Presbytery. — Not reported, Greenville and Spring Hill. 

Gregory Presbytery. — Not reported, Bowie, Henrietta and Post Oak. 



i894-] Christian Endeavor. 303 

Gaudalupe Presbytery. — San Antonio (2d ch.) 42, Wrightsboro 52. 
Total Membership, 94. Not reported, Riverside. 

Guthrie Presbytery. — Denton o4, Gainesville 53, Junior 4.3, Pella 64. 
Total membersbii^, 194. Societies not reported, Decatur, Flower Mound, 
Martin Valley, Pilot Point, Valley View and Whitesboro. 

Little River Presbytery — Round Rock 55. Not reported, Hutto. 

Marshall Presbytery. — Texarkaua 37, Junior 33. Total membership, 
70. Societies not reported, Lodi, Longview and Marshall. 

Parsons Presbytery. — Not reported. Veal's Station and Weatberford. 

Pease River Presbytery. — Chillicothe 58, Vernon 38. Total member- 
ship, 96. Not reported, Amarillo. 

Red Oak Presbytery.— Cleburne 51, Ft. Worth 45, Tabernacle 14, 
Waxahachie 30. Total membershfp, 140. Societies not reported, Alvarado, 
Ferris, Lisbon and Manstield. 

Red River Presbytery. — Paris 35, Junior 100. Total membership, 
135. Societies not reported, Bogota and Clarksville. 

San Saba Presbytery. — Not reported, Ballinger and Brownwood. 

Texas Presbytery. — Maple Grove 24. 

Tehuacana Presbytery. — Cotton Gin 30. Societies not reported, 
Mexia and Point Enterprise. 

Trinity Presbytery. — Not reported, Rusk. 

Waco Presbytery. — Waco 55, Junior 26. Total membership, 81. 
Societies not reported, Moody, Temply and Eddy. 

Total membership for Synod, 1386. 

Grand total membership reported. 13,248. 



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Rev. .Tas. (i. Miller, Centerburg, Ohio. 
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Rev. C. S. Bass, Tupelo, Miss. 
Rev. R. A. (iav, Wbitewright, Texas. 
Rev. R. W. Benge, Buffalo (iap, Texas. 
Rev. .Tas. A. Mason, Fin-rest City, Ark. 
Rev. B.F.Whitteniore, M'nt'n V'w, Cal. 
Hon. H. II. Bu(iuo, Erin, Tenn. 
Rev. .T. A. Whitener, .Tasper, Tenn. 
Rev. .T. L. Swaini, Prvor Creek, I. T. 
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Rev. M. L. Bullard, Buck Horn, I. T. 
Rev. .1. W. Mc(iee, Belhauy, Mo. 
Rev. A. B. .Tohnson, Striugtown, I. T. 
Rev. R. A. Ferguson, Maxwell, Iowa. 
Rev. W. C. Penson, Austin, Texas. 


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F. Silvcus, Lebanon, Ohio, 
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B. Hadlock, Ilarrodsburg, Ind. 
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K. K. Bell, Benton, Ark. 
Rev. H. Copeland, Livingston, Tenn. 
W. M. Hicks, Brookline, Mo. 
M. M. Russell, S]>ringville, Ala. 
W. A. Si.sson, St. Louis, Mo. 
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Prof. V. E. Middlclirook, Douglas, Tex 
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Rev. J. A. Skaggs, Visalia, Cal. 
Rev. H. C. Bird, Uniontown, Pa. 
Rev. A. Hunter, Liberty Prairie, 111. 
Rev. J. L. Hudgins, Danville, Ind. 


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Rev. R. F. Powell, Walla Walla, Wa.sh 
Rev. W. T. Nicholson, Gaither, Ark. 
Rev. Clay Bobbitt, Knox, Iowa. 
Rev. J. W. Sullivan, West Plains, Mo 
Rev. J. B. White, Dexter, Mo. 
Rev. H. H. Evans, Barren Fork, Ark. 
S. N. Bridgnian, Minneha, Kanisas. 
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Sunday-School Superiktendents. 



;i894. 



XVII -SUNDAY-SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 



"The number before the name shows the Congregation iu which the person is Superintendent. 
(See previous Statistical Tables.) 

24. Lewis Lawhon, Meridian ville, Ala. 

25. A. J. Warren, Madison Cross Roads, Ala. 

26. R. J. Lvle, Huden, Ala. 

28. J. F. Hine, Decatur, Ala. 

29. L H. Hvde, Elkiuout, Ala. 

30. James I). Larkin, New Market, Ala. 

35. W. J. Robinson, Scottsboro, Ala. 

36. K. C. Alston, Stevenson. Ala. 

37. A. C. Brazelton, Berklev, Ala. 

38. C. C. Kennamer, HoUv'Wood, Ala. 

41. R. M. Lusk, Poplar Ridge, Ala. 

42. T. J. Anderson, Warrenton, Ala. 



Syxod of Al.\bam.\. 

1. Alabama Presbytery. 

1. D. C. Porter, Ellison, Ala. 

2. J. F. Macphersou, Bessemer, Ala. 

3. S. S. Doss, Banford, Ala. 
7. Harward, Canton Bend, Ala. 
9. J. R. Hollomou, Anne Manie, Ala. 

13. Thomas Wydman, Oxmoor, Ala. 

14. M. Saddler,' Bessemer, Ala. 

16. W. H. White, Gastonburg, Ala. 
20. A. G. Morris, Birmingham, Ala. 
22. C. W. Steele, Slick, Ala. 

26. G. L. Waller, Selma, Ala. 

27. D. J. Trucks, Six Mile, Ala. 



2. Florida. 

1. K. B. Winslow, Bushnell, Fla. 

2. H. Wills, Inverne.ss, Fla. 

3. W. O. Johnson, Rutland, Fla. 



3. McGready. 

1. J. W. Garrett, Allsboro, Ala. 

2. R. Roberts, , . 

5. W. B. Sparks, Russellville, Ala. 

9. J. S Estep, Rogersville, Ala. 

10. S. D. Herman, Brick, Ala. 

12. Thomas Call, Maud, Ala. 

16. J. T. Bolding, Pleasant .Site, Ala. 

20. A. W. Oliver, Rogersville, Ala. 

23. T. L. Ciirter, Sheffield, Ala. 



4. Robert Donnell. 

1. Earl Kennedy, Minorsville, Ala. 

2. Henrv Abbitt, Bass, Ala. 

3. E. J. Russell, Athens, Ala. 
5. A. A. Pool, Cairo, Ala. 

7. T. Bovd Foster, Stevenson, Ala. 

8. J. M. Cowley, Key's Mill, Ala. 

9. W F. Chandler. Henrvville, Ala. 

10. E. M. Price, Ba.ss, Ala! 

11. J. B. Eshman, Mavesville, Ala. 

12. D. H. Friend, Rip"ley, Ala. 

13. D. Y. Anderson, Park's Store, Ala. 

14. E. O. Neely, Guntersville, Ala. 

15. J. G. Grayson, Gurley, Ala. 

16 S. W. Alspaugh, Princeton, Ala. 
17. James M. Walker, Plevna, Ala. 

19. C. L Nolen, Huntsville, Ala. 

20. J. R. Morris, Larkinsville, Ala. 
23. Dr. G. T. Hayes, Woodville, Ala. 



5. Springville. 

2. M. M. Fulghum, Ashville, Ala. 

3. J. W. Talley, Proctor, Ala. 

4. W. M. Cosby, Birmingham, Ala. 

5. J. W. Huey, Liberty, Ala. 

6. R. M. DeShazo, Bridgeton, Ala. 

7. R. W. Cowden, Chepultepec, Ala. 

8. R. L. Deaver, Little Warrior, Ala. 

9. T. J. McCuen. Murphre s Vallev, Ala. 

10. X. M. Strickland, Vanderbilt, A'la. 

11. Thos. Warrick, Bailevton, Ala. 

12. Geo. H. (iarrett, Huffman, Ala. 

13. A. F. Hill, Irondale, Ala 

14. J. H. Abercrombie, Leeds, Ala. 

16. E. B. Sims, Avres, Ala. 

17. R. T. Sims, Tfu.ssville, Ala. 

18. L. T. Rasco, Etha, Ala. 

19. J. I. Goodwin, Mt. Pinson, Ala. 

20. B. F. Hendrix, Cleveland, Ala. 
22. A. W. Woodall, Springville, Ala. 
25. J. W. Granade, Summit, Ala. 



6. Talladega. 

1. S. A. Ru.<.sell, Anniston, Ala. 

2. R. M. Phifer, Attalla, Ala. 

13. E. W. Ihomas, Kellyton, Ala. 

15. C. B. Cross, Gadsden, Ala. 

16. H. P. Little, Gavlesville, Ala. 
20. J. W. McCullough, Storv, Ala. 
22. M. M. Ru.ssell, Piedmont, Ala. 



Synod of Arkax.sas. 

1. Arkansas Presbytery. 

1. C. R. Craig, Bentonville, Ark. 

2. E. P. Haynes, Eads, Ark. 

4. J. C. Thompson, Farmington, Ala. 

5. J. M. Maddox, Moffit, Ark. 

6. J. G. Smith, Cincinnati, Ark. 



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Sunday-School Superintendents. 



309 



7. J. H. Marlar, Boonsboro, Ark. 

8. J. AV. Scott, Strietler, Ark. 

9. W. J. David, Clvde, Ark. 

10. Frank Root, Favetteville, Ark. 

11. J. H. Touev, Stattler, Ark. 

1.3. E. Z. Davies, Fayetteville, Ark. 

14. J. M. Wells, Lone Elm, Ark. 

15. J. W. Williams, Lowell, Ark. 

16. J. C. Lee, Pea Ridge, Ark. 

17. L. L. Moore, Favetteville, Ark. 
20. R. B. James, Mavsville, Ark. 

25. D. C. Williams, Ozark, Ark. 

26. R. P. Harrison, Prairie Grove, Ark. 

27. L. Taukerslev, West Fork, Ark. 

29. R. R. Harrison, Fayetteville, Ark. 

30. Ct. AV. Morrow, Boonsboro, Ark. 

32. J. S. Alfrey, Siloam Springs, Ark. 

33. D. N. Fink, South West City, Mo. 

36. Ben. Decherd, Van Buren, Ark. 

37. J. N. Stanlev, Ozark, Ark. 

38. Green Maguire Elkins, Ark. 

39. J. C. Allen, West Fork. Ark. 

40. J. H. Woods, Bentonville, Ark. 

41. R. M. Morton, Farmington, Ark. 



2. Bartholomew. 

1. B. F. Shell, Brooks, Ark. 

2. J. H. Waddell, Ain, Ark. 

3. A. T. Jordan, Bearden, Ark. 



3. Burrow. 

1. A. W. Hopper, Rector, Ark. 

2. W. T. Tucker, Brinkley, Ark. 

3. W. ,J. Manning, Clarendon, Ark. 

4. J. A. Crews, St. Fi'ancis, Ark. 

10. James 'Kelso, Forre.st City, Ark. 

11. W. L. Strickland, Grays,' Ark. 

12. Dr. W. V. Turner, Greenway, Ark. 
14. J. W. Kenuard, Jouesboro, Ark. 
16. W. L. Crowell, Wvnne, Ark. 

20. W. L. Boon, Palestine, Ark. 

21. A. A. Knox, Paragould, Ark. 

22. Thos. Wells, Piggott, Ark. 

23. AV. L. Pearson, Poplar, Grove, Ark. 
26. Robt. Liddell, St. Francis, Ark. 



4. Cherokee. 

1. Mrs. C. J. Johnson; Pryor Creek, I. T. 
7. F. M. Bonebreak, Cushing, Ok. 



5. Ewing (Ark.). 

1. F. D. E. Montgomery, Appleton, Ark. 

2. J. A. Laughlin, Clarksville, Ark. 

3. A. D. Chronister, Gum Log, Ark. 

4. J. L. Petty, Dover, Ark. 

5. Jno. F. Hall, Lamar, Ark. 

7. Jno.;Baskin, Harmony, Ark. 
11. J. B. Scott, Atkins, Ark. 

14. J. C. Bonds, Dover, Ark. 

15. N. Spear, Pinev, Ark. 

16. L. Russell, Russellville, Ark. 

17. Andrew Bailev, Hector, Ark. 

20. I. W. Morris, Clarksville, Ark. 

21. C. M. Williamson, Russellville, Ark. 

22. Geo. Peters, Smedley, Ark. 



6. John Buchana)i. 

1. J. C. Milligan, Clinton, Ark. 

2. C. C. McDonald, Shiloh, Ark. 

4. A. B. Gibbons, Conway, Ark. 

5. P. C. Bentley, Pangbern, Ark. 

6. John Bradford, Settlement, Ark. 
9. A. B. Burr, Quitman, Ark. 

10. T. O. Bailey, Cato, Ark. 



7. King. 

3. J. AV. .Swift, Mansfield, Ark. 
11. E. Karl, Enterprise, Ark. 



8. Mound Prairie. 

4. AV. J. Barton, , . 

7. Miss Nettie Thompson, Emmet, Ark. 
10. J. P. Cllugan, Hearn, Ark. 

13. H. S. Goodlett, , . 

16. Fred AVebb, Nashville, Ark. 

23. Jeff T. AVright, , . 

24. AV. Y. Thompkins, Prescott, Ark. 

25. S. A. Allen, , . 



Ouachita. — Xo report. 



10. Porter. 

4. Robert Leeper, Dardanelle, Ark. 

6. J. M. Young, Chickalah, Ark. 

7. J. G. Hixson, Ellsworth, Ark. 
10. J. W. Racklv, Dublin, Ark. 

12. G. AA'. Craig, Blaine, Ark. 

13. W.J. Durban, AValdron, Ark. 

.15. AV. E. Lasater, Prairie A^iew, Ark. 
17. E. AV. Yates, Boonsville, Ark. 
20. J. M. Henderson, Paris, .\rk. 



11. Searcy. 

1. W. C. Boston, Antioch, Ark. 

2. H. F. Smith, Little Rock, Ark. 

3. J. A. Nichols, Avilla, Ark. 

4. N. S. Moore, Beebe, Ark. 

5. J. S. Hunt, Benton, Ark. 

6. J. C. AVylie, Cabot, Ark. 

7. M. J. AVest, Jacksonville, Ark. 

8. S. P. AVaters, Hickory Plains, Ark. 

9. J. F. Smith, Searcv, Ark. 

10. C. A. AVilliams, Lonoke, Ark. 

11. D. L. Bourland, Little Hock, Ark. 

12. A. Russell, Cabot, Ark. 

13. D. H. Stayton, Searcy, Ark. 

18. AV. C. Mckendree, Hazen, Ark. 



12. Washingioit. — No report. 



13. White River. 

2. AV. A. Morrow, Barren Fork, Ark. 

4. .T. E. AV. Jennings, Melbourn, Ark. 

5. James Adams, Mountain A'iew, Ark. 
7. A. W. Sherrill, Hardy, Ark. 

14. R. H. Hanks, Mt. Olive, Ark. 

15. T. A. Bone, Barren Fork, Ark. 

16. A. Dillinger, Bexar, Ark. 

20. L. AV. Childress, Grayham, Ark. 

25. AA'. B. AA'ammack, LaCrosse, Ark. 

26. AV. K. Evans, Amos, Ark. 

31. E. R. Ravborn, Sulphur Rock, Ark. 

32. A. H. Roberts, Salem, Ark. 

33. J. H. Ferryman, AA'ild Cherry, Ark. 



Synod of Illinois. 



1. Albion Presbytery. 

1. Charles Emmerson, Albion, 111. 

2. James Morrison, Burnt Prairie, HI. 

3. F. P. Potter, Crossville, 111. 

4. J. M. Jordan, Enfield, 111. 

5. Jos. Simpson, Burnt Prairie, 111. 

6. Robt. Karr, Fairfield, 111. 



3IO 



Sunday-School Superintendents. 



[1894. 



7. Jas. Carey, Grayvllle, 111. 

8. Wm. Worley, Fairfield, 111. 

9. Edwin, Hedriek, Wynoose, 111. 
10. Wm. Gimple, Grayville, 111. 
,„ f Miram Borah, Fairfield, 111. 
^■^t E. R. Hearn, Fairfield, 111. 

14. W. H. Keen, Meriani, 111. 

15. Thos. Prince, Enfield, 111. 



2. Chicago. 

1. T. E. Powell, M.D., 6.500 Wentworth Ave. 

2. W. C. Logan, South Lynn, 111. 

3. M. Fry, 1653 Briar Place, Chicago, 111. 

4. W. J. Caldwell, 1060 N. Halsted,Chicago,Ill. 



'i. Decatur. 

1. Ed Myers, Bethany, 111. 

2. J. L. Bowman, Boodv, 111. 

Z. S. R. Moffett, Blue Mound, 111. 

4. T. E. Frantz, Cisco, 111. 

5. W. F. Vaughan, Decatur, 111. 

6. Alice Dillow, Argeuta, 111. 

7. W. M. Mcintosh, Gays, 111. 

9. J. G. McGaughey, Mt. Zion, 111. 
10. A. Morrison, Mattoon, 111. 

12. C. W. Cloud, Dalton, City, 111. 

13. Clayton Markley, Decatur, 111. 
15. Ephraim Brown, Cisco, 111. 

19. W. G. Covey, Sullivan, 111. 

20. J. S. Wallace, Windsor, 111. 

21. Rose Clark, Neoga, 111. 



4. Busing. 

1. John Adams, Sacramento, 111. 

7. R P. Jones, Galatia, 111. 

8. C. C. Wilcus, Harrislmrg, 111. 

9. Calvin Wilson, (iossclt, 111. 
12. A. M. Auder.son, Galatia, 111. 

14. J. M. Davis, Marion, 111. 

15. J. H. Edwards, Crab Orchard, 111. 

16. J. A. Tonent, Go.ssctt, 111. 

17. S. W. Ward, McLeansboro, 111. 

18. Hugh Blackard, Omaha, 111. 
21. H. W. Smith, Norris Citv, 111. 

25. J. P. Wilson, Broughton, 111. 

26. Fernando O'Lancil, Frankfort, III. 
28.' J. H. Hemphill, Ridgway, 111. 

29. C. Cook, Shawneetown, 111. 

31. J. P. Hill, Norris City, 111. 

32. R. R. Grant, Herald, 111. 

33. John Baker, Galatia, 111. 

34. A. C. Mount, Roland, 111. 



5. Foster. 

1. Myrtle Thullbery, Allerton, 111. 

2. W. E. Olmstead, Ashniore, 111. 

3. J. C. Thompson, Humrick, 111. 

4. William Tavlor, Marshall, 111. 

5. J. F. McCoy, Danville, 111. 

6. Ernest Roller, Newman, 111. 

7. H. Higley, Fairmount, 111. 

8. Mrs. Millie Richards, Georgetown, 111. 

9. G. R. Black, Hastings, 111. 

10. G. P. Baird, Martinsville, 111. 

11. Elias Elliott, Humrick, 111. 

12. D. H. Davies, Loxa, 111. 

13. John Boggess, Georgetown, 111. 

14. M. E. Mills, Yale, III. 

15. Mrs. H. L. Gilloglv, Newman, 111. 

16. F. P. Willard, West York, 111. 

17. J. M. Lippincott, Oakland. 111. 

18. D. W. Salladay, Homer, 111. 

19. L. B. Wright, John's Town, 111. 

20. W. S. Douglas, Catlin, 111. 

21. J. T. Tavlor, Kardin, 111. 

22. L. A. Reid, Ridge Farm, 111. 



24. C. M. Thompson, Sidell, 111. 

25. C. Marglin, Di na. 111. 

26. George A. Neal, Janesville, 111. 

27. J. F. Galbreath, Ashmore, 111. 

28. L. A. Sawver, Trilla, 111. 

29. W. E. Worsham, Rardin, 111. 

30. Wm. Malone, West Union, 111. 

31. Charles Snooks, Westville, 111. 

32. T. M. Cooper. Moonshine, 111. 

33. Q. D. Smith, Ridge Farm, 111. 



6. Illinoit. 

2. David Fry, Brownsville, 111. 

7. James ThVailkeld Golconda, 111. 

8. Robt. Thomas, Ozark, 111. 

13. D. W. Hammack, Eddyville, 111. 

14. Lemond Barger, Eddyville, 111. 

15. F. Sutherland, Golconda, 111. 

18. J. G. Lands, Raum, 111. 

19. I. L. Barreuger, Anna, 111. 



7. Mackinaw — iVo report. 



8. McIAn. 

2. Robt. Wilson, Salem, 111. 

3. J. W. Harris, Farina, 111. 

4. J. S. Henslev, Omega, 111. 

6. J. M. Wvcotf, Kinmundv, 111. 

11. Eli Brubaker, Salem, 111. 

12. AV. D. Numan, Patoka, 111. 
15. J. W. Harton, Xenia, 111. 



9. Rushville. 

1. H. H. Rnssell, Colchester, 111. • 

2. Willis Gilinore, Biggsville, 111. 

3. H. A. Allison, Good Hope, 111. 

4. Henry Hopka, Golden, 111. 

5. R. H. Neeland, Mt. Sterling, III. 

7. U. .S. Woodworth, Macomb, 111. 

8. Samuel Copeland, Colchester, 111. 

9. J. J. King, Mt. Sterling, 111. 
10. L. K. Lammerts, Roseville, 111. 

12. Wm. Cox, Table Grove, 111. 

13. L. M. Keaeh, Table Grove, 111. 

14. J. F. Lawyer, Industry, 111. 



10. Sangamon. 

2. W. H. Traylor, Petersburg, 111. 

3. Chas. Seagraves, Elsah, 111. 

4. J. R. Bell, Fayette, 111. 

6. E. Ramsy, Fancv Prairie, 111. 

7. D. M. Foster, GiVard, 111. 

8. Miss Hettie Jenison, Greenview, 111. 

9. Uly.sses Pond, Greenview, 111. 
10. Jas. A. McKee, Greenview, 111. 

13. B. A. Rosebrough, New Holland, 111. 

14. J. J. Falkner, Otterville, 111. 

15. A. Allen, Palmyra, III. 

16. Millard Bell, Petersburg, 111. 

17. W. H. H. Harris, Waverlv, 111. 

18. W. F. Schnapp, Loyd, ID. 

21. D. Biddlecome, Jules, 111. 

22. P. R. Danley, Springfield, HI. 

23. W. C. Park, Laomi, 111. 

24. John T. Drennan, Chatham, 111. 
26. Dr. B. W. Hole, Tallula, 111. 



11. Vandalia. 

1. T. H. Perrin, Alt^^in, 111. 
3. J. A. Miller, Bethalto, 111. 

5. S. AV. Blackburn, Manix, 111. 

6. H. W. Jett, Donnellson, 111. 

8. C. B. McKinnev, Irving, 111. 

9. C. M. Belk, Liberty Prairie, 111. 



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Sunday-School Superintendents. 



311 



10. J. C. McLean, Greenville, 111. 

11. A. H. Jackson, Greenville, 111. 

13. J. B. Denny, Sorento, 111. 

14. Sam Anderson, Tavlorville, 111. 

15. A. T. Strange, Walshville, 111. 

16. Ernest Best, Witt, 111. 



Syxod of Indiana. 
1. Indiana Presbytery. 

1. L. P. HoDgood, Ovrensville, Ind. 

2. J. W. Colier, Union, Ind. 

3. U. B. Lockhart, Boonsville, Ind. 

5. J. C. McClurkin, Evansville, Ind. 

6. A. F. Karges, Evansville, Ind. 

7. Emma Hoffman, Fort Branch, Ind. 

8. Mrs. Ed. Gedish, Hazleton, Ind. 

9. W. W. Myers, Vincennes, Ind. 

12. Mrs. L. D. Lewis, Newbiirg, Ind. 

13. M. C. Crawford, Oakland City, Ind. 

14. S. M. Krieg, Rumble, Ind. 

16. J. W. Myrick, Patoka, Ind. 

17. Clav Lemons, Petersl)urgh, Ind. 

18. Cari B. Harte, DeForest, Ind. 

19. J. \V. Kurtz, Princeton, Ind. 

20. Geo. B. Quigley, Paradise, Ind. 

21. Edward Bierhaus, Vincennes, Ind. 

22. J. F. Mail, Vincennes, Ind. 



2. Morgan. 

2. David Musgrove, Dale, Ind. 

3. Jas. Marksburv. Ellettsville, Ind. 

6. T. H McCain,"Otwell, Ind. 

7. Miss Anna P. Davis, Washington, Ind. 

8. J. K. Steeu, Gleudale.Ind. 

9. W. C. Brittian, Ireland, Ind. 

10. J. E. Feagans, Washington, Ind. 



3. Wabash. 

1. C. F. Edmonson, Clayton, Ind. 

2. E. L. Christie, Danville, Ind. 

3. I. E. Lewis, Groveland, Ind. 

4. Joseph Trent, Carroll, Ind. 

5. Mrs. Chas. Bowman, Logansport, Ind. 

6. Preston Graves, Martinsville, Ind. 

7. G. L. Watson, Cavuga, Ind. 

8. D. G. Laughlin, Howard, Ind. 

9. Chas. Kurtz, New Winchester, Ind. 
10. Wm. McLain, Franklin, Ind. 



Synod of Iowa. 
1. Colesburg Presbytery. 

1. W. C. Reynolds, Gilbert Station, Iowa. 

2. E. Penfold, Graham, Iowa. 

3. F. W. Hill, Maxwell, Iowa. 

4. Samuel Reed, McCallsburg, Iowa. 

5. Benj. Confare, Maxwell, Iowa. 
7. J. E. Mills, Waukon, Iowa. 

2. Iowa. 

2 F. 0. Pershing, M.D., Mt. Harail, Iowa. 

3. Joseph Snider, Donnellson, Iowa. 

4. S. N. Allen, Zero, Iowa. 

5. J. F. Lang, Bloomfield, Iowa. 

6. W. J. Johnson, Moravia, Iowa. 

7. Mrs. Culbertson, Brookville, Iowa. 

8. J. J. Riggs, Newbern, Iowa. 

9. F. M. Johnson, Pleasant Grove, Iowa. 

10. A. A. Aikins, West Liberty, Iowa. 

11. Hugh Hayes, West Grove, Iowa. 



3. West Iowa. 

1. Orville Cole, Emerson, Iowa. 

2. C. F. Morse, Knox, Iowa. 

3. Miss Willie Jones, Macedonia, Iowa. 

5. Miss Ida Moser, Brooks, Iowa. 

6. John Knox, Macedonia, Iowa. 



Synod of Kansas. 
1. Atchison Presbytery. 

2. Thos. Boles, Perry, Kansas. 

3. Q. E. Morgan, (Sec.) Piper, Kansas. 

5. R. M. Neil, Lowemont, Kansas. 

6. R. P. Jeffers, Iowa Point, Kansas. 

2. Eden. 

1. M. F. Shacklett, Ivanhoe, Kansas. 

3. O. V. Folsom, Garden City, Kansas. 

4. J. E. Dick, Pence City, Kansas. 

5. C. R. Allphin, Leoti, Kansas. 

6. Travis Morse, Scott City, Kansas. 



3. Kansas. 

1. A. Kershner, Paola, Kansas. 

2. G. A. Mosier, Altoona, Kansas. 

3. Wyatt Duckett, Rest, Kansas. 

6. S. M. Z. Long, Brooks, Kansas. 

7. P. C. Eaton, Hillsdale, Kansas. 

S. J. S. Thompson, Fall River, Kansas. 
9. E H. Blackburn, Fredonia, Kansas. 

11. Mrs. A. B. Craig, Pomona, Kansas. 

12. J. P. Ralston, Uniontowu, Kansas. 

13. T. J. Watkins, Rantoul, Kansas. 

15. Mrs. L. H. Moore, Wagstaff, Kansas. 

16. Mrs. May Patterson, Busby, Kansas. 



4. Nebraska. 

1. James F. Drain, Nemaha City, Neb. 

2. R. W. W. Jones, Dunbar, Neb. 

■A. J. M. Gilchrist, Nebraska City, Neb. 

5. C. C. Reed, Vesta, Neb. 

6. G. S. Upton, Union, Neb. 



5. Republican Valley— No report. 



6. Rocky Mountain. 

1. Jno. W. Rogers, Canon City, Col. 

2. W. D. Marlow, Colorado Springs, Col. 

3. J. C. Selvidge, Pueblo, Col. 

4. E. L. Minter, Sterling, Col. 



7. Wichita. 

1. I. N. Clark, Belmont, Kansas. 

2. E. L. Farnsworth, Benton, Kansas. 
6. Wm. Barber, Anthony, Kansas. 

8. John Reeves, Minneha, Kansas. 

9. J. A. Branu, South Haven, Kansas. 
10. Alfred Gardner, Mayfied, Kansas. 

12. I. W. Hendry, Norwich, Kansas. 

13. C. W. Frank, Waterloo, Kansas. 
1.5. Emeline Brown, Burden, Kansas. 
16 A. T. Elrod, Sawyer, Kansas. 



Synod of Kentucky. 
1. Anderson Presbytery. 

5. David Narraway, Caseyville, Ky. 
7. W. C. Grandy, Sacramento, Ky. 



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8. D. W. Noffiinger, Bri'wen, Ky. 
10. J. H. Gross, Dawsou, Ky. 
12. D. W. GraDcly, Greenville, Ky. 
15. Earle, Plain, Madisonville, Ky. 
19. C. B. Pittmau, Greenville, Ky. 

21. Joseph Roberson, Hebbardsville, Ky. 

22. Abner E. Hill, Nebo, Ky. 
24. Dr. J. W. Clack, Faith, Ky. 
28. J. W. Lamb, Sturgis, Ky. 



2. Cumberland. 

3. J. T. Sandrige, Crail Hope, Ky. 

4. J. P. Dohoney, Columbia, Ky.^ 

5. James Henson, Cane Valley, Ky. 

6. E. R. Davis, Marrowltone, Ky. 
8. Caleb Coffey, Eadesville, Ky. 

10. Bell Eubank, Edmonton, Ky. 

12. J. W. Burdick, Campbellsville, Ky. 

13. J. H. Broady, Slick Rock, Ky. 

14. J. T. Lowhom, Burksville. Ky. 

21. C. F. Kinnett, Stokes, Ky. 

22. T. C. Collins, Crocus, Ky. 

24. B. H. Henderson, Summerville, Ky. 

26. James Witty, Edmonton, Ky. 

27. W. G. Jewell, Center, Ky. 

28. S. W. Mclnteer, Dufries, Ky. 



3. Davis. 

3. James Gill, Elkton, Ky. 

4. Sandy Joiner, Weaver's .Store, Teuu. 
9. J. P."Braden, Hopkinsville, Ky. 

11. H. W. Greeubell, New Providence, Tenn. 

12. Samuel McAfee, Elkton, Kv. 

14. E. A. Haile, Pembn)ke, Ky'. 

15. A. A. Winfree, Casky, Ky. 

16. J. J. Smith, Bennettstown, Ky. 



4. Kentucky. 

t. Smith Cox, Nevada, Ky. 

3. W. I. Moore, Danville, Ky. 

4. E. C. Hainline, Levee, Kv. 

5. J. W. Abbott, Ripyville, Ky. 

6. L. M. Rice, Louisville, Ky. 

7. W. B. McDonald, Alum Spring, Ky. 
9. Ephriam Skiles, Smyrna, Ky. 

11. Jessie A. Ramsey, Winchester, Ky. 



5. Logan. 

1. G. H. Holeman, Adairville, Ky. 

2. H. P. McCormick, Auburn, Ky. 

4. P. S. Campbell, Homer, Ky. 

5. Geo. Barnes, Franklin, Ky. 

7. Chas. Drake, Bowling Green, Ky. 

10. F. H. Young, Rav, Kv. 

11. Geo. W. Ellis, Hadley, Ky. 

12. Mrs. Delia McGoodwin, Franklin, Ky. 

13. R. B. Moody, Gasper, Ky. 

15. W. S. Render, Logausport, Ky. 

16. J. W. Hardisou, Lewisburg, Kv. 

17. William Witham, Witham, Tenn. 

18. Mrs. Robt. W. Norris, Little Muddy, Ky. 

19. John M. Carson, Morgantown, Ky. 

21. Wm. Quisenberr)', Bristow, Ky. 

22. Mrs. Rosa Hinton, Temperance, Kv. 
24. Thos. S. Wilson, Auburn, Ky. 

27. A. M. Sloss, South Union, Ky. 

28. R. H. Curd, Rockfield, Ky. 

29. J. R. Read, Logansport, Ky. 

30. T. H. Oslin, Schochoh, Ky. 

31. W. H. Breedlove, Hickory Flat, Kv. 

32. Mort. P. Sloss, Russellville, Ky. 

33. E. G. Wilcoxson, Smith's Grove, Ky. 

35. J. T. Smith, Rich Pond, Kv. 

36. L. J. Kirby, Woodburn, Ky. 

37. Miss Mary Likens, Woodbury, Ky. 



6. Mayfield. 

3. Clarence Black, Lovelaceville, Ky. 

7. W. W. Bumpus, Paducah, Kv. 

10. J. M. Hocker, Mavfield, Ky. 

12. W. H. H. Jewell, Lowes, Kv. 

13. A. M. Hicks, Water Valley, Ky. 

15. William Langston, Massack, Ky. 

16. Mrs. Lean Rudolph, Reno, Ky. 
20. John G. Miller, Paducah, Ky. 
24. J. R. Bvrn, Wingo, Kv. 

26. W. P. Burnett, Fulton, Ky. 

28. R. R. Copelin, Wingo, Ky. 



7. Nolin. 

George A. Campbell, Millwood, Ky. 
I. H. Dav, Short Creek, Kv. 
B. A. Parks, Clifton Mills, Ky. 
J. Duckworth, Hodgenville, Ky. 
Jno. H. Cundifi; Meeting Creek, Ky. 



8. Owensboro. — So report. 



9. Princeton. 

E. M. Lindle, Sturgis, Ky. 
C. A. Wilson, Crider, Ky. 
Thos. Rhodes, Carrsville, Ky. 
H. D. Givens, TracJ^fwater, Ky. 
H. P. Jacobs, Crayneville, Ky. 
T. W. Moore, Freilonia, Ky. 
R. R. Morgan, Fredonia, Ky. 
H. G. Moore, Crider, Ky. 
J. H. Boitnott, Princeton, Ky. 
A. L. Cruce, Marion, Ky. 
S. E. Brouster, Leviar, Ky. 
A. D. Crider, Marion, Ky. 
W. A. James, Princeton, Ky. 
A. A. Deboe, Marion Kv. 
R. H. Chron, Weston, Ky. 



Synod of Mississippi. 
1. Bel! Presbytery.— No report. 

2. Mississippi. — No report. 



3. New Hope. 

H. A. Hearon, Akerman, Miss. 
J. Q. Poindexter, Cliftonville, Miss. 
Albert Glenn, Brookville, Miss. 
Ed. P. Salmons, Bethany, Ala. 
J. E. Triplet, Webster, Miss. 
E. B. Gozen, Dow, Miss. 

A. C. Harris. Cedar Bluflf, Miss. 
L. Millsaps, Cairo, Miss. 

T. P. Lawrence, Caledonia, Miss. 
J. H. .Shull, Columbus, Miss. 
Robert Brown, Gibson, Miss. 

B. M. Walker, Brookville, Miss. 
J. S. Bryant, Aberdeen, Miss. 

J. A. Bennette, Louisville, Miss. 
S. P. White, Lynn Creek, Miss. 
J. A. C'laray, Double Springs, Miss. 
George Harvey, Columbus, Miss. 
E. H. Hogshed, Meridian, Miss. 

C. A. Hearon, Mayhew, Miss. 
J. E. Harris, Steeriston, Miss. 
L. L. Lyon, Mantua, Ala. 

G. D. Hartness, Starkville, Miss. 
R. D. Sims, Sturgis, Miss. 
J. D. Gaston, Octoc, Miss. 
R. S. Harris, Cherokee, Miss. 
Wm. Beasley, Woodland, Miss. 
J. J. McClellan, West Point, Miss. 



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4. Oxford. 

1. B. W. Gowdv, Batesville, Miss. 

2. E. M. Qiiiiin", Miller, Miss. 

3. A. Speucer, Wallace, Miss. 

4. P. AV. Rowland, CViiieeville, IMiss. 

5. Miss Luc.v Caldwell, Batesville, Miss. 

6. Willie Herron, Courtland, Miss. 

7. J. H. Bledso, Coldwater, Miss. 

8. J. H. White, Eudora, Miss. 

9. J. P. Broadstreet, Grenada, Miss. 

10. C. C. JacksoD, Harrison, Miss. 

11. T. A. Hanserd. Hernando, Miss. 

12. Gaston Robinson, f )xt'oid. Miss. 

13. H. .T. King, Sardis, Miss. 

14. I. F. Waldrup, C'ourtland, Miss. 
1.5. J. W. Odoni, Xesliit, Miss. 

16. James Hail, Hollv Springs, Miss. 

17. S. E. Logan, Day's, Miss. 

18. J. E. Mnriihev, Independence, Mi.ss. 

19. J. E. Woods, Marianna, Miss. 

20. B. B. Harvev, Oakland, Miss. 

21. W. D. Porter, Oxford, Miss. 

22. J. C. W^illianison, Pleasant Hill, Miss. 

23. Martin Lee, Bvhalia, Miss. 

24. W. M. Steel, ("harleston. Miss. 

25. Frank Robinson, Oakland, Miss. 

26. D. L. Dean, Senatobia, Miss. 

27. G. 1). Able, Water Valley, Miss. 

.5. Yazoo. 

1. B. 31.