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No. LV. 






THE 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER: 



GIVING 



STATISTICS OF THE UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, 



AND OTHER 



DENOMINATIONAL INFORMATION, ETC. 



For 1890. 



EDITED BY 

RICHARD EDDY, D.D. 



BOSTON : 
UNIVERSALIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, 

30 Wkst Street. 
1890. 



UNIVERSALIS! REGISTER, 1890. 



What was said last year may well be repeated on this 
page : — 

This Tear-Book is valaable only as it is made a reliable Register of facta 
in regard to our Conventions, Associations, Parishes, Charches, Sunday- 
schools, Academies and Colleges, and other institations and organizations 
aaxlliary to, or in a general way connected with, the UniTersalist Church ; 
and also gives accurate information concerning the residence of each and 
every preacher. To reach these results the Publishing House and the editor 
have spared no efforts that were likely to issue in success ; and, thanks to 
the interest which many have manifested, a degree of accuracy has been 
reached; but it must be confessed that the fulness and perfection which 
ought to characterize such a Register is greatly impaired by the neglect of 
many preachers to flU out and return the blanks which have been sent. 

The reader will notice that, in the present issue of the 
Register, the names of parishes from which no reports were 
received are a large number, readily seen, as they are printed 
in italics. We thus place the responsibility for incomplete- 
ness and what may be charged as inaccuracy where it belongs ; 
and we trust we may venture the hope that this showing will 
not be as large in the years to come. 

As in former years, several of the Secretaries of State Conventions have 
rendered substantial aid. Their efforts are highly appreciated and gratefully 
acknowledged. In the special particular of furnishing complete lists of clergy- 
men in fellowship in the respective Conventions, this aid has been valuable ; 
and in not a few instances these reports of Secretaries also furnish — owing 
to the neglect of preachers as Just mentioned — the latest information available 
to the editor In regard to the statistics of Parishes, Churches, Sunday-schools 
and Property. But, while such information is gratefully received, and, in the 
absence of reports direct from pastors, is gladly used, it is not, for the pur> 
poses of this Register, wholly satisfactory, for the reason that in many 
instances it is a copy of figures and statements returned to the Secretary of the 
Qeneral Convention for the year ending the previous December; in other 
instances it is based on reports collected in advance of the sessions of the 
respective Conventions, and therefore represents the condition of the parishes 
ana their organizations at a time quite remote from the issue of the Register, 
— in not a few instances, several months before its publication. 

If all Interested will be so minded, the Register can represent our condition 
accurately up to October preceding the year of its date. Let it be borne in 
mind that the portion of the Register giving the statistics of Conventions and 
Parishes is put in the hands of the printer on the tenth day of October. Thd 
Alphabetical List of Preachers will be open to corrections until the first day 
of November. 



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BCIilPSBS FOB THE YBAB 1800. 

There will bo three eclipses this year, two of the sun and one of the moon. 

I. Ah Akkulab Kclipse of thb Sun, June 17. loTiaible. Viaible to Barope, 
Alia, northern half of Africa, eastern extremity of Booth America, and the Interme- 
diate Atlantic Ocean. 

II. A Slight Partial Bclipsb ov thb Moon, November 28. Invisible east of 
Dakota. Visible to the western part of North America, Asia, Australia and the 
Pacific Ocean. Begins 7.25 ; middle 7.34 ; ends 7 .42. 

III. A Central Bclipsb or thb Bun, December 12. Invisible. Visible to 
Australia, the Indian Ocean, and around the Bonth Pole. 



MORNING AND EVENING STABS. 

Mbrcurt will be Evening Star about January 18, May 8, September 3 and Deeem. 
ber 27, and Morning Star about February 23, June 24 and October 15. Venus will 
be Morning Star till February 18, then Evening Star till December 8, and Morning 
Btar again the rest of the year. Jupiter will be Evening Star till January 10, then 
Morning Btar till July SO, and Evening Btar again the rest of the year. 



FESTIVALS AND FASTS. 



Ash Wednesday, February 10 

Palm Sunday, .... March 30 
Good Friday, .... April 4 



Easter Sunday, . April 6 

Whitsunday, . May 25 

Christmas Day, December 25 



RATES OF POSTAGE IN THB UNITED STATES. 

Postal Cards, one cent each. AH letters, two cents for each ounce or firaotion 
thereof. 

Drop Letters, two cents each in cities where the carrier system is adopted; else- 
where, one cent. 

First Class. All written matter, and all tied or sealed matter, is first class, and 
must pay two cents per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Second Class. Only for publishers and newspaper agents, one cent per pound. 

Third Class. Includes all printed matter in unsealed wrappers, one cent for each 
two ounces and fraction thereof. 

Fourth Class. Includes small parcels, not sealed, to the limit of four pounds, at 
one cent per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Foreign Letters. To Europe, five cents, and newspapers one cent; to Australia 
and China, fifteen cents ; British India, via Italian mail, five cents. 

Postal Notes under $5, three cents. 

Money Orders not exceeding $5, five cents; over $5 and not exceeding |10, eight 
oents ; $50, twenty .five cents ; $100, forty-five cents. 

Special Delivery Letters, ten cents, in addition to regular postage. 



Universalist Register for 1890. 



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THE GENERAL CONVENTION. 

" The Universalist General Convention/' having jurisdiction 
over the ecclesiastical organizations of the Universalist Church in 
the United States and Canadian Provinces, meets biennially. The 
next session — 1891 — will be held at such place as may be 
selected by the Board of Trustees, on the Wednesday preceding 
the fourth Sunday in October. Pi'eacher of the Occasional Sermon, 
Rer. I. M. Atwood, DD. The convention is composed of the 
Presidents (or, in their absence, the Vice-Presidents) and Secre- 
taiiee of the State Conventions, and of clerical and lay delegates 
from the State Conventions, each State being entitled to one 
clerical and two lay delegates, and to an additional number of 
each class of delegates in proportion to the aggregate of its 
pariahes and clergymen. At least four parishes must be organ- 
ized and established in a State before a State Convention can be 
formed, but a less number of parishes may unite to choose one 
delegate, clerical or lay, to represent them in the General Con- 
Tcntion, and if there be but one parish so situated, it is entitled to 
one delegate. In all such States or Territories the Geperal Con- 
vention has original jurisdiction. 

All laws relating to fellowship, ordination and discipline orig- 
inate in the General Convention, and it is the final court of appeal 
in all cases of dispute or difficulty between State Conventions. 
It is an incorporated body, empowered to hold real and personal 
estate to the value of five hundred thousand dollars, " to be 
deToted exclusively to the diffusion of Christian knowledge, by 
means of missionaries, publications and other agencies. ^^ In the 
interim of sessions the interests of the Convention are watched 
over and managed by a Board of Trustees. The funds of the 
Convention, as reported to the annual session, October, 1889, 
aggregate $212,717.45, and are distributed as follows : — 

I. The Murray Centenary Fund, created in 1870 as a memorial 
oi the one hundredth anniversary of Rev. John Murray's first 
sermon in America, $125,549.53. The income of this fund is used 



6 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

" in the aid of theological students, the distribution of Universal- 
ist literature, church extension and the missionary cause.^* 

II. The Theological Scholarship Fund. This fund is created 
by the repayment of loans made to theological students. It now 
amounts to f32,012.13, and the income is appropriated to loans to 
new students. 

III. Church Extension Fund. Started in 1884 on the modest 
foundation of 1210, this fund, the income of which is to be devoted 
as its name indicates, now amounts to |7 ,7 14.69. 

IV. Ounn Ministerial Belief Fund. The late John G. Gunn of 
New York bequeathed to the Convention the sum of |8,000, ** to 
create a fund for the relief, support and maintenance of needy 
clergymen, their widows and families, of the Universalist denom- 
ination,^^ except those in fellowship through the New York State 
Convention, which had an endowment for that purpose. The fund 
now amounts to 91 1*485 .83. 

V. Ada TibbeUs Memorial Fund. During the year 1886 the 
Rev. A. Tibbetts of Urbana, 111., one of the early graduates of 
the Canton Theological School, conveyed to the Convention, in 
fee simple, 200 acres of farm land in Champaign County, 111., 
moderately valued at $60 per acre, subject to a lien of 94,100, on 
condition that he is to have the use, occupancy and income of the 
property during his natural life ; and that perpetually thereafter 
one-tenth of the income shall be added annually to the principal of 
the fund, the remaining nine-tenths to be applied, at the discretion 
of the Trustees, to the purposes of the Convention. He has since 
conveyed to the Convention a &rm in Ford County, III., valued at 
{3,600, subject to a lien of f 2,000. The property is under contracts 
of sale, and its value over and above the liens is f 9,155.27. 

VI. Wdverly (Iowa) Fund. |800. 

VII. G. L. Demarest Reserve Fund, f 13,500. 

VIII. Wm. H. Ryder Fund. #12,500. 

The aggregate increase of the Convention funds during the 
Convention year 1888-89 was tl8,157.98. The appropriationB fov 
the Convention year 1889-90 are $19,500, with whatever surplus of 
income from any source may be deemed best by the Trustees. 

The Board of Trustees have been authorized and directed ^* to 
provide for a Universalist Church Conference or Conferences, to 
be held at some central location or locations, in the years inter- 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 7 

TeDing between the regular sessions of the Convention, not for 
ecclesiastica], legislative, or financial work, but for the purpose 
of considering important questions relating to religion, morals 
and education/^ Such a Conference is to be held in 1890, prob- 
ably at the season of the Convention in other years, and a Com- 
mittee of the Board, consisting of Messrs. Joy, Capen and 
Demarest, are to consider and report, in January, plans, phii>e 
and rules for tlie action of the Board. 

The officers of the Convention are : — 

President — Hon. Ilosea W. Parker, Claremont, N. H. 

Vice-PreHdent — Rev. J. S. Cantwell, D.D., Chicago, 111. 

Secretary — Rev. G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. H. 

Treasurer — Ebenezer Alexander, Boston, Mass. 

Trustees — J. D. W. Joy, Boston, Mass., Chaimiaji; lion. Sidney 
Ferham, Paris, Me.; lilev. H. W. Rugg, D.D, Providence, R. I.; 
Mrs. G. B. Marsh, Chicago, 111. ; Rev. E. H. Capen, D.l)., College 
Hill, Mass. ; George C. Thomas, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
Rev. E. G. Sweetaer, D.D., Philadelphia, Pa. ; E. R. Holden, New 
York ; Lyman Bickford, Macedon, N. Y. ; E. H. Cole, New York ; 
Rev. G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. H., Secretary. 

Sunday-school Library Commission — Rev. C. W. Tomlinson, 
DJ)., Galesburg, 111.; Charles Caverly, Universalist Publishing 
House, Boston, Mass.; Miss Mary Snow, Orleans, Mass.; Miss 
Mary A. Ellis, 117 North Avenue, North Cambridge, Mass. ; Mrs. 
Zelia A. Harris, Hotel Pleasant, Worcester, Mass. 

The Woman's Centenary Association.— In 1869 the women 
of the Universalist Church formed an Aid Association to assist in 
raising the Murray Fund. When this work was accomplished 
they enlarged the sphere of their operations and became an 
incorporated body imder the name here given. 

Dating from 1875 the Association has, during a large portion of 
the time, supported a missionary in Scotland. Revs. Marion 
Crosley, J. W. Hanson, D.D., and Caroline A. Soule — the latter 
still in the field — have been so employed. It also shares with 
the General Convention in sustaining a missionary in Texas. It 
has published and distributed editions of sixty-eight valuable 
tn'CtBt aggregating 5,000,000 pages. 

The Association meets at the time and place of the session of 
the General Conyention, and special meetings are held durinc tho 



8 UNIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 

year in connection with the sessions of the State Conventions where 
its work is organized. It is supported by annual, life and patron 
memberships, and by voluntary contributions. Annual member- 
ships, fl ; life memberships, f 25 ; patron, f 100. It reported to the 
General Convention in October, 1889, total receipts for the year, 
(3,040.80 ; disbursements, (2,826.88 ; permanent fund, (6,033.32. 

Officers for 1889-90: Presidenl'-Mn, M. Louise Thomas, 
New York; Recording Secretary — Mrs. E. D. Brown, Honeoye 
Falls, N. Y. ; Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. E. L. Sherwood, 
Anacostia, D. C. ; lYeasurer — Mrs. M. M. Dean, 942 P St, 
Washington, D. C. ; Missionary Agent^ — Mrs. M. A. Adams, Mel- 
rose Highlands, Mass. 

The names of the Vice-Presidents will be found in succeeding 
pages, appended to the statistics of the respective State Con- 
ventions. 

The Young People^s Christian Union of the Universalist 
Church was organized at Lynn, Mass., in October, 1889. Its 
object is to unite the young people^s organizations connected with 
the Universalist Church. President — Lee E. Joslyn, Bay City, 
Mich. ; Secretary — J. D. Tillinghast, Buffalo, N. Y. 

The Universalist Historical Society. — This Society was 
organized in 1834 for the collection of facts, books and papers 
pertaining to the history and condition of Universalism. The 
Society is incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts. It has 
a libraiy of about three thousand volumes, besides important 
manuscripts and papers. This library has been of great help 
in tracing the history and fortunes of our distinguishing faith in 
other countries and times. Donations of books and money are 
earnestly solicited, that the library may be rendered as complete 
as possible and its usefulness augmented. President — Rev. Rich- 
aiHl Eddy, D.D., Melrose, Mass.; Vice-President — Hon. Olney 
Arnold, Pawtucket, R. I. ; Secretary and Librarian — Rev. T. J. Saw- 
yer, D.D., College Hill, Mass. ; Treasurer — Rev. E. Davis, Quincy, 
Mass. ; Trustees — Rev. V. E. Tomlinson, Providence, R. I. ; Rev. 
6. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. H. 

The Chapin Home, New York, founded under the auspices 

of members of the Church of the Divine Paternity, and named 

for its first pastor, the late Rev. Dr. Chapin, was established for 

purpose of providing a home and support for aged and infirm 



UXIVEKSALIST REGISTER. 9 

men and women. It has an attractive edifice, well adapted for 
its bcneficient work, situated on Sixtj-sixth St., near Lexin^on 
Av., New York City. Its endowment, including cost of buildin*^, 
now amounts to f 145,000. The expenditure for the year 1888-89 
was $12,713.37. The Home has fitty-six inmates. President — 
Mrs. C. H. De Lamater; Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. E. T. 
Sherman, 112 West Forty-fourth St., New York ; Treasurer — Mrs. 
D. D. T. Marshall, 167 East Thirty-fourth St., New York. 

The Betbaxt IIome for Young Women has been organized 
by the Universalists of Massachusetts for the purpose of estab- 
lishing and maintaining, in Boston, a home for respectable, indi- 
gent young women, who, from general debility or inability to 
work, are unable to support themselves. President — John D. W. 
Joy, Boston ; Vtce-Presidents — Benjamin F. Spinney, Lynn ; Miss 
Mary A. Ellis, Cambridge ; Treasurer — Eben Alexander, Boston ; 
Clerk — Rev. W. A. Start, Cambridge. A pamphlet containing 
charter, by-laws, list of corporators, officers and committees, and 
other information in regard to the Home, can be procured by 
addressing Rev. W. A. Start, 30 West Street, Boston, Mass. 

The Brevoort Mission, New York, was organized — the 
School in 1868, the Society in 1869 — " for the purpose of estab- 
lishing and continuing a free Christian Church in the city of New 
York, for the worship of One Infinite God as the Creator and 
Ruler ot the universe ; in which shall be preached and taught the 
Gospel of Jesus Christ, revealing the Universal Fatherhood of 
God, the immoiiality of the human soul, the inevitable pimishment 
of sin, and the sm*e reward of obedience, as present and ever-living 
principles ; and a sublime faith in the future eternal holiness and 
happiness of all." It has a fimd which was founded by the 
Mission School, and increased by subscriptions and the proceeds 
of a fair held by the Universalist Churches of the city about 18(58. 
This fund was invested in the purchase of " Brevoort Hall,'' the 
old home of the Mission School, from rentals of which all expenses 
are fully met, including those of the Sunday-school. 

The oflScers are : President — William Montross ; Treasurer — 
Calvin G. Lippencott; Secretary — C. A. Needham; Manager — 
George G. Needham, M.D. ; Trustees — A. C. Hewlett, S. G. Hull, 
C. A. Needham. 



10 UNIVERSALIST RBGISTEB. 



STATISTICS. 



In the following Classification by States and Ter- 
ritories A Tabular Exhibit of Uniyersalist Parishes, 
Churches and Sunday-schools is shown. Inforication 

RESPECTING StATE CONVENTIONS IS ALSO GIVEN. 

[Th« looation of parlihes according to post^ffioe addreaa U ahown in the Ant 
column ; where a fraction appeara after the name of a pariah it indleatea that preach* 
Ing aenrloea are held part of the time; (oe.) denotea that there la only occaaional 
preaching; (m.) monthly aervloea; (dor,) that the aoelety la inaetlve. The number 
of families included in the reapeoiWe parlahea Is given under \hh preper heading. 
The date of organization both of Charches and Sunday -achoola is indicated in sep- 
arate columns, with the membership of each organisation. Under the head of 
** Church Bdlfleee/' the date of dedlcationa ia given when known. Dh. denotes thai 
the parish is part owner in a union house of worship ; the abbreviations 6r. (briok), 
•<. (stone), w. (wood), indicate the material of the atructure; prop, ahows that the 
parish holds other property besides a church edifice. Under the head of *' Values *' 
appears the amount of all property after deducting indebtedness. In the eolumn 
designated " Preachers " the names of paators or regular supplies are given. If the 
name is in italics the preacher Is a licentiate; parallels (||) show that he is not in the 
Untversallst fellowship.] 

The statistics are taken from reports direct f^om the pastors or preachers, and 
from oi&oial reports of State Convention Secretaries, where such have been received. 
In the absence of information of recent date (h>m either of the above aouroea, 
changes are noted as Indicated in the denominational papers ; and in the absence of 
any recent information, the figures of last year are used. 

Piarithei that have not reporUd for thit Uwe of the BegUitr hav€ thtlir nam$o 
printed in iicUict. 

Alabama. 

The State Convention, oi^anized in 1858, meets at snoh 
time and place as the President may designate. At present 
dormant. Pres. — Rev. J. C. Burruss; Sec. — J. T. Mc- 
Gowan, Brewton. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



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Puiflhe*. 


CharchM. 


S. Schools. 


Church EdiflcM. 


Preach«ra. 


PoM-offiecs. Funilie^ 


Oig. No- 


Org. No. 


Dates. Valuci. 


Barren Ridg«, . . 6 
Brewton, .... 14 
CwnpHlll. 4. . . 25 
DouglatvUU{dmr.), 5 

OariuDd 5 

LArkirarille, . . . 6 
MoMy QroTe, . . 12 
ifyrtftf 7Vm(oc.),. 8 

KotMQl^, ... 6 

i%My Gro9eidar,), 20 


14 
1883-^ 
1848-150 
1862—11 
1877—12 
1883-23 
1870—36 
1860-34 
1850—15 
1880-36 


1884—60 
1884-35 

1884—28 


1883—10. $800 
1884-10. 1,000 

Un. 300 

to. 500 

1850— to. 500 

10. 400 


J. C. BurniM. 
T. P. Ab«Il. 

K. B. Arms. 
llJ. B. Bherrill. 
E. B. Annv. ^ 

J. C. BurruM. 


ToUlu— 10 . . 107 


1&-366 


8—113 


. 6— $3,500 





Resident Preachers. — E. B. Arms, Garland ; T. P. Abell, 
Camp Hill; W. C. Davidson, Thornton; J. B. Sherrill, 
Larkinsville ; E. Green, Dotham ; J. C. Burruss, Notasulga. 



Arkansas. 

One charch of fifteen members at Siloam Springs^ Col. 
T. J. Patton, a lay preacher, officiates for them once in two 
weeks. 

California. 

State Convention organized June 1, 1887. Pres. — Hon. 
A. G. Throop, Pasadena ; Vice-Pres, — Rev. G. H. Deere, 
D.D., Riverside; Sec. — Rev. E. L. Conger, Pasadena; 
IVecw. — Arthor H. Conger, Pasadena; Trus. — William 
Finch, Riverside ; W. L. Hardison, Santa Paula ; G. F. 
Robinson, Oakland. Session of 1890 to be held as designated 
by the Trustees. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Mrs. 
Margaret E. Parker, Riverside. Permanent Fund, $1,845. 

TFaman'8 UniverscUist Association organized in 1889. 
Pres. — Mrs. G. H. Deere, Riverside ; Sec. — Mrs. Margaret 
£. Parker, Riverside. 

Vice-Pres, Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. George 
F. Robinson, Oakland. 



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FkrichM. 


Churchet. 


8. SchoolB. 


Church Edlfloei. 


Plmchcrff. 


Poii-ollleei. Funillc*. 


Oik. No. 


Org. No. 


Dktes. Values. 




OaklftDd 61 

Pasadena, ... 100 

Pomona (dor.)* • 1& 
Rtvertide, ... 40 
SantaAna, ... 80 
Ban(kCniz(MlMion), 6 
BantoPaala,. . . 40 
Ventara (Mlulon), 22 


1884—70 
1880-180 

1888— 

1881—20 
1886—21 


1884—00 
1887-183 

1883—81 
1881-80 
1886-21 

1880-148 


1888—10. $8,000 
1880— 6r. & w, 

60,000 
1885— u?. 1.200 
1882-to. 8,000 

J^p. 600 


8. OoodenoBgb. 

B. L. Conger. 

G. H. Deere, d J>. 

B. Goodenovgh. 
L. M. Andrewe. 
L. M. Andrews. 








Totale — 6 . .808 


6—241 


6-400 


4— $62,700 





Canada. 
Province of Ontario. 

Provincial Convention, organized in 1877, meets on the 
Friday, Saturday and Sanday nearest the middle of June. 
Session for 1890 at Blenheim. Prea. — Robert Wood ; 
7tce-iVe«. — Isaac Whittle ; Sec— J. T. Middleton, Ham- 
ilton; 2Vea«.— Thomas Theal, Fulton; 2Vm«.— J. E. Ander- 
son, R. Bniner, Thomas S. Young ; Committee of FeUowship 
— Rev. W. S. Goodell, Blenheim ; P. S. Hare, Rev. L. Fidelia 
W. Gillette, Bloomfield. Permanent Fund, $699. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Robert 
Wood, Nixon. 



FuiihM. 



Fof^-ofBcM. FMnm< 



Blenhetm, |, . 
Bloomfleld, . 



Jfiaeon, 1« 

Ollnda 86 

Oneida (Indian) (dpr.)i 

PortJ>over,h • • 5 
SmiihvUU,i, . . 48 
Blabtown (Mlaaton), - 



35 
66 



Totals — 7 . 



Ghnrehc 



Ois. 



No. 



8. Schools. 



Ofg. No. 



Church Edlfloei. 



Dfttaa. VsliMk 



Fraehers. 



1878—80 
1848-60 

1888—16 
1888—17 



1888—20 
1861-60 



6—202 



188»--a0 
1888-^48 

1884-^40 
1880—60 



1866—20 



6—108 



1878-6r. $2,000 
1866-10. 1,200 



1887-^. 
1881—^. 



1,000 
1,800 



1871— 6r. 1,800 
1860-10. 1,200 



••.000 



W. 8. Goodell. 
L. FIdeUa W. GU. 
lette. 

W. B. Goodell. 



W. B. Goodell. 



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Province of Quebec. 

Parishes in the Province of Quebec have the fellowship 
of the Vermont Convention. The parish at Halifax, N. S., 
has the fellowship of the Maine Convention. Rev. Costello 
Weston, St. John's, Missionary for Nova Scotia. 

Vice-Pres. Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. D. S. 
Allen, Waterloo. 



ParUhM. 


ChurchM. 


S. SchoolB. 
Org. No. 


Church Edifice*. 


Prwirheni. 


Pott offiegfl Fuoiliei. 


Org. No. 


Dot**. ' Values. 




ffuntinffvUU, . . 60 

Waterloo. ... 18 
Iforth ffatUv, . . - 
Halifax, N. 8., . . 00 

St. John's, K. B. 

(IftlHlOO). . . . - 


1867—80 

1871—77 
1886—20 
1854-125 


1872—70 
1871—70 
1843—70 


1843—10. $2,000 

Prop. 300 

1870— |»r. 9,000 

1874— 6r. 60,00 » 

Prop, and /und9t 

60,000 


I. W. McLaughlin. 

W. T. Downer. 
V. Millar. 
W. A. Pratt. 

0. Weaton. 


Totala — 5 . . 138 


4—302 


3—210 


3— $131,300 





Colorado. 

One parish, at Longmont, organized in 1878. 
school of thirty members at At wood. 



A Sunday- 



CONNECTICUT. 

State Convention, organized in 1832, meets the third 
Wednesday in September. Pres. — Rev. J. H. Chapin, 
Ph.D., Meriden; Vice-Pres. — C. G. Lincoln; Sec. — Rev. 
E. M. Grant, Stamford ; Treas. — Hon. Seth S. Cook, Long 
Ridge; Trus. — T. F. Lamb, New Haven; Wallace K. 
Bacon, Middletown ; Joseph T. Bates, Danbury ; Committee 
of Fellowship — Rev. W. H. Dearborn, Hartford; J. L. 
Lockwood, Stamford ; E. C. Eastman, Meriden ; Occasional 
Preacher — Rev. L. H. Squires; Place of meeting in 1890 
— Hartford ; State Missionary — Rev. D. L. R. Libby, Put- 
nam. Fund, $20,000. 



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Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. A. A. 
EUis, Hartford. 

Associations. — 1. Southern, organized in 1836, meets 
the second Wednesday in Jane. Rev. £. M. Grant, Stam- 
ford, Clerk, 

2. Quinnebaug, organized in 1836, meets the third 
Wednesday in May. F. I. Champlain, Norwich, Clerk. 



Farithe*. 




Chorchct. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edlflce*. 
















PrMchcn. 


Poit-oflket. FUniliM. 


Ois. No. 


Oik- No. 


Date*. 


VaIum. 




Bridgeport, . . 


. 95 


1845-112 


1850-100 


I860— «|. $45,000 


L. B. Flaher. 


Danbary, . . . 


. 45 


1834-70 


1833-42 


1853— U). 
lYop. 


5,000 
400 


B. A. Horton. 


Oranbff, . . . 


. 20 


1848—14 


1847—85 


1847— UJ. 


3,500 


A. Ohase. 


ffariford, . . . 


. 175 


1840-803 


1860-322 


1860— Ar. 


76,000 


W. H. Dearborn. 


Long Ridge, |. . 


. 84 


186»— 14 


1862—26 


1834— w. 
Prop. 


4,500 
1.400 


LotU D. Cro«ley. 


Meriden, . . . 


. 125 


1863-205 


1863-260 


1863— to. 


20.000 


W. 8. Perklne. 


Middletown, . . 


. 128 


1846-157 


1838-185 


1839—10. 


25.000 


H. ClOMOQ. 


New Britain, . 


. 00 


1886—30 


1874—75 


Prop. 

lBSi-4r. 


7,000 
16.000 


J. C. Molnemey. 


New Haven, let. 


. 65 


1852—85 


1877—75 


1877— 6r. 


28.000 


L. H. Squlree. 


New Haven, 2d (dor.)t 


1882-22 


1879— 


— — 


— 


Pbebe A.Hanaford. 


Jfigw LondoHt . 


. 40 


— . 


1882—40 


1882-«/. 


26.000 


Bute Mlselonary. 


Norwich, . . . 


. 185 


1888-122 


1841-205 


1841— 6r. 


13.000 


Q. W. Jenklne. 


Pntnam, . . . 


. 50 


— • 


188&-65 


1889— to. 


7,000 


D. L. B. Libby. 


BooUaod, 1, . . 


. 18 


' 




1846— to. 
Prop. 


2.000 
1.000 


HMra. D. L. B. 
Llbby. 


Stafford, . . . 


. 60 


1850—75 


1845-115 


1846-to. 


8,500 


T. C. Dmley. 


Stamford, . . . 


. 80 


1847-116 


1870-150 


1870— «i. 
Prop. 


40,000 
8.000 


B. M. Grant. 


Thompaonvllle, . 
Waterifury (oc.)i 


. 33 


1880-21 


1879—11 


1877— ir. 


2,200 


8. P. Smith. 


• ^ 


— •" 


— — 


1870—10. 10,000 
17— $347,500 


Sute Missionary. 


ToUla— 18 . 


1,148 


14-1,246 


16-1,726 





District of Columbia. 

At Washington, a parish of one hundred and forty-five 
families ; church, organized in 1874, of ninety-seven mem- 
bers ; Sunday-school, organized in 1869, one hundred and 
eighteen members ; church edifice brick, value $47,000. 
Pastor — Rev. A. Kent. 

Vice-Pres. }Voman*s Centenary Association — Mrs. Louise 
Lowell. 



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Florida. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Myrick 
Whitcomb, Tarpon Springs. 



Puruhea. 


Cliixrcbea. 


S. 8chool0. 


ChoTch Ediflcei. 


Pmchvn. 


Fo«t-«fBee«. FamiU**. 


OiB- No. 


Oig. ] No. 


Dates. Valui>«. 




De Faniak Springs 

\OC-Jt • • • • ' 

2W Land^ . . . . - 
Tarpon Springs 
(winter), . . . - 


188»— 10 
1887—14 

188*-17 


188^-16 


1886-tr. $1,600 


J. C. Burrnss. 
H. D. L. WebBter 


ToUls— 3 . . 


»— 41 


1—16 


1— $1,600 





Georgia. 

The State Convention, organized in 1838, reorganized in 
1869, meets on Friday before second Sunday in August. 
Pres, — John Adams, Monroe; Sec. — H. D. McCutcheon, 
Pleasant Valley; Committee of Fellmvship — Rev. J. M. 
Bowers, Rev. J. H. Park, Rev. K. Strain. There are but 
few Universalist preachers in Georgia, and these are em- 
ployed for the most part in missionary work. Session for 
1800 in Mulberry Church, Jackson. 



Parithe*. 



Church M. 



Poit^Sceii. Families. , Org. 



No. 



S. Sch<K>l«. 
Orjr. I No. 



Church Kdiflcc'S. 



Preachers. 



J^ord Chapel (oc), 11 



20 



Atlanta (dor.), . 
BoteemiUe, . . . 
Csrroll Oounty, . . 
Consolation, Mon- 
ros \fHf), • • • 
FHend»Mp (oe.), . 
0mm Ortek \d<ir.)t 
0ord4>n (oc.}> • • 
Harfnony (oc.)f 

lUbleton 4 

M olberry (m.)i • • 80 
New Harmony (m.)» 30 
Jttawnl VaUey, . 12 



25 

6 

4 



10 



1886-11 I 
1879—30 



1869— to. $350 



1881—10 

188S— 40 
1850— 8 
1876—11 



I _ 



184a-17 
6 
1875—70 
1887—46 
1874—68 



1887-M7. 
1871—10. 
1874—10. 



184a-io. 

1881— to. 
1888-10. 
1876— to. 



4()0 

21H) 

1,000 



60 

600 
400 
400 



A. Melton. 
J. H. Park. 



W. R. Melton. 
J. H. Park. 
J. Q. Park. 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



FatrUhec. ' Churchei. | 8. Schools. Church Ediflcea. 


TVaartirra 


Pott-oiBce«. Families. 


Orjj. , No. ' Orj?. No. 


Dates. Values. 




TYoup Factoryidor. ) , 4 
Union Orove(New. 

ton Factory) (m.)t 12 
Walesca (m.). . . 12 


1 

1888—26 - - 
1858—36 - 


1887—10. $200 
1858-10. 500 


J. H. Park. 
J. A. Rbyoe. 


Totals— 16 . . 180 


13_S77 - 

1 


10— $4,000 





Idaho. 

A parish at Lewiston, organized in 1877 ; church of 
twenty- three members, organized in 1879, and a Sunday- 
school of four members. Church edifice valued at $2,500. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association^ for Idaho and 
Washington Territories, Mrs. J. M. Howe, Lewiston. 

Illinois. 

The State Convention, organized in 1837, meets the fourth 
Tuesday in September. Pres, — James H. Swan, Chicago ; 
Vice-Pres. — Hon. Willard Woodard ; Treas. — H. H. Mas- 
sey. Blue Island; Sec. — George F. Hughes, 1109 Tacoma 
Building, Chicago; Trus, — J. S. Cantwell, D.D., Rev. 
Charles Conklin, A.M., Edward A. Dicker, Mrs. M. R. M. 
Wallace, A. H. Trego, Mrs. O. W. Nash, Rev. J. C. Adams, 
D.D. ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. L. W. Brigham, 803 
Perry St., Chicago; Rev. T. H. Tabor, Rev. Sophie Gibb, 
B. F. Monroe, T. J. Hale ; Trustees of the '' Ryder Min- 
isterial Relief Fund'' — James H. Swan, E. A. Dicker, 
E. O. Gale. Session of 1890 as Trustees may designate. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. A. N. Alcott. Per- 
manent Fund, $3, .56,"). .08. 

Associations. — 1. Fox River, organized in 1841, meets 
the second Tuesday in June. Mrs. E. H. Rexford, Blue 
Island, Clerk. Session for 1890 at place to be designated 
by the Executive Committee. 



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2. Hock River J organized in 1852, meets Friday before the 
second Sunday in October. H. R. Sampson, Morrison, Clerk. 

3. Spoon River J organized in 1841, meets the third Satur- 
day in May. Session for 1890 at place to be designated by 
the Clerk. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. C. W. 
Tomlinson, D.D. Prof. J. C. Lee, Galesburg, Clerk. 

4. Lower Wabash, organized in 1871, meets Friday 
before the third Sunday in August. Session for 1890 at 
Cowden. Mrs. R. Briscoe, Hutsonville, Clerk. 

State Superintendent — Rev. L. W. Brigham, 803 Perry 
St., Chicago. 

TTie Universalist Woman's Association of HUnois, organ- 
ized in 1868. Jhres. — Mrs. M. R. M. Wallace, 2222 Wabash 
Ave., Chicago ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. H. B. Manford, Chicago ; 
Sec. — Miss Belle Gibson, Room 412, No. 70 State St., 
Chicago; Treas. — Mrs. Kate Bushnell, Chicago. 

Vice-Pres. Woman^s Centenary Association — Mrs. J. S. 
McConnell, Chicago. 

Chicago Universalist Sunday-school Union. Pres, — 
Samuel Kerr, Esq., Chicago; Sec. — Mrs. R. A. Small, Blue 
Island; Treas. — H. N. Kingman, Chicago. 



Fvisfaca. 



Familie*. 



Churche*. 



Org. No 



8. School*. 



Org. No. 



Church Edifice*. 



Dates. 



Vahiea. 



Preachers. 



AppUCr€dt{dcr,)t 20 
Jurora {dcr,), . . 100 

JcM, 45 

Bceeber dtv, |, . 16 
BeMdere [dor.), . 28 
Blue laUno, ... 60 
Chicago^ Iwt, . . 200 



CMe€iffo, 8d,. . .200 
CUago, 3d, . . .125 
CUeago (Engle. 
wood), .... IBS 

Cfaleaco Lawn, . . 13 

.... 20 



1874—12 


187<V-45 


1844—70 


1844—70 


1868—88 


1860.100 


1874-89 


1887—30 


- 25 


- 40 


1868-60 


1843-130 


1848-460 


1848-400 


1854-826 


- 460 


1887—65 


188»-126 


1881>126 


1870-200 


- 


188»-40 


187^-21 


80 



1871— ?c. 
1867-«<. 
1868— M>. 
1870— IT. 
Prop. 
18*^6— u;. 
1888— «<. 



1886— dr. 
Prop. 



$3,520 

30,000 

4,000 

500 

650 

10,000 

125,000 

62,000 
2,500 



1881— dr. 25,000 



to. 



400 



C. A. Garst. 
John Cook, M.D. 

T. W. Critchett. 

J. Coleman Adami, 

D.D. 

C. Conklln. 

0. F. Barnes. 

Florence E. Kol- 
lock. 

1. A . Sberhart, 

PH.D. 

Ole Bendir 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



PftriahM. 



Poil-ofllou. 



Fkmlliei. 



ChurdiM. 



Org. No. 



S. School!. 



Org. No 



Chureh Edifloet. 



Dates. Yalui 



Tttmehf 



Decatvr, .... 46 

JHxon, 46 

Barlvllle, i. ... 46 

Elgin, 126 

Oaleaburg, ... 76 

Oirard, i, ... 16 
Oood Hope (P. O. 

Ca«ey). 4, . . . - 

Oreenupt ), . . . 26 

Hoopeftton* ... 50 
HuUooville, I, . .10 

JoUet 75 

LafayetU,\,. . . 12 

Lt Roy, .... 14 

Lincoln (dor.), . 14 
LUtU Hickory (P. 

O. Bingham), |, 25 

Mdcombt .... 65 

Jfar9eille$, ... 60 

McHenry, ... 40 

Morrison, .... 35 

Mt. Pulatki (oc), 20 

Jfew Bo9ton (oc), 20 

Oak Parle, ... 80 

Pecaionica, \, , . 1& 

Peoria, 120 

Plain/leid, ... 15 

Ravenawood, . . 25 

Rochelle {dor.), . 12 

RoMf milt 1, . • . 7a 

Sheridan (dor.), . - 

Springfield, ... 60 

/3ue» Coc.), ... 26 

Swan^M Creek (oc. ) , 35 

Byounore, ... 67 

TabUOrove{dor.), 21 

Union {dor.), . . 10 

Urbana, .... 35 

Varona, \, ... 20 
Wauponaee, |, . . 

WheaUm {dcr.), . 14 

Windsor, . . . . S6 

Woodstock {dor.), . SO 
WoodlavDn Park, . 

YiMUt City {dor.),. 20 



1854—80 
188fr— 20 
1882—26 
1867-178 
1857—76 
1862—28 



187»— 10 
- 126 
1871-40 
1844—60 
1878—26 
1878-37 



1877—60 
1854—95 
1877—76 
1886-13 
1870-34 
40 

1855—45 
1882-60 
1850—47 

1856—67 



10 



1884—50 



1878—15 
1877—67 
1868—30 

1869-100 
1887—15 
1880—16 
1878—20 
1880—32 



Totals — 55 



2,431 



40 



42-2,046 



1864-46 
1886-86 
1868-^0 
1866-120 
1867—75 
1886—45 



- 100 

- 120 
1876—36 
1846-103 
1877—61 



1858—75 
1860-130 
1866—35 
1870—55 
1872—25 

1862—50 
1872-100 
1883—23 

1853-197 
1884—30 
1888—40 

30 
- 100 

85 
1881—40 



75 
1878-129 
1869—30 

1858—46 

1888—25 

1861—20 

40 



1881—26 



44-3,764 



1866— 6r. 
1878— «<. 
1867— *r. 
1871— w. 
1862-1C. 
1869— to. 



$16,000 
12,000 
12,000 
10.000 
10,000 
2,000 



to. 

w. 
1874— to. 
18;.9— «<. 
1876—10. 
1884— tr. 
1865— 6r. 

Prop. 

1855— to. 
1860—10. 
1883— to. 
1868-^. 
1851— e»r. 
Prop. 
1855—10. 
1872— to. 
1868— to. 

1868— «r. 
1862— to. 



1,000 
6,000 
600 
26.000 
4,000 
8,000 
8,000 

260 
3,000 
2,600 
8,000 
9,000 
1,000 

400 

2,600 

11,000 

2,000 

40,000 
2,000 



- 2,000 

- 1.600 
1867— 6r. 10,000 

600 
100 
2,000 
2.000 
2,000 
10,000 
2,000 

3,000 
8,000 
2,000 



1887— 6r. 
1868— 

1870— 
1889— 

1862-to. 
1881— to. 
1870— to. 



1856—10. 1,000 



$301,020 



Sophie Gibb. 
WTF. Small. 
B. F. Rogera. 
A. N. Aloott. 
E. J. ChaiTee. 
J. Hughea. 

J. K. Dillon. 
J. K. Dillon. 
J. Straab. 
J. K. Dillon. 
A. H. Lalng. 

0. A. Garst. 



George Crum. 
Blfreaa Shaflbr. 
H. Slade. 
O. G. CoIegroTe. 



Augusta J. Chapin. 
Oarrie W. Brain- 

ard. 
G. B. Btooklng. 
J. Merrifleld. 
L. W. Brigham. 

J. K. Dillon. 

B. F. Gtbb. 

J. B. June. 



J. P. MaoLean. 
B. F. Rogera. 
B. F. Rogers. 

O. Bendlxon. 



Indiana. 

The State Convention was organized in 1848, reorganized 
and incorporated in 1883, and will meet in 1890 at such place 



UNIVEKSALIST REGISTER. 19 

as may bo designated by the Executive Committee, on Thurs- 
day before the first Sunday in September. Pres, — Dr. 
S. O. Budd, Muncie ; Vice-Pres, — Rev. T. S. Guthrie, 
Mnncie ; Sec. — Rev. T. E. Ballard, Crawfordsviile ; Treas, 

— C. T. Swain, Dublin; Trus, — Hon. J. M. Bulla, Rich- 
mond ; J. M. Hewit, Devon ; M. A. Bridges, Fincastle ; 
Charles Styer, Indianapolis ; Preacher of Occasional Sermon 

— Rev. R. N. John; Fellowship Committee — Rev. T. S. 
Guthrie, Rev. N. A. Saxton, Rev. Mary T. Clark, Hon. ISI. 
Trusler, Dr. S. O. Budd. 

Associations. — The Upper Wabash^ organized in 1842, 
meets Friday before the first Sunday in May. Silas Miller, 
Tiimon, Clerk. 

The Lower Waha^h^ organized in 1841, reorganized in 
1887, meets Friday before the third Sunday in May. Next 
place of meeting Whitesville. Preacher of Occasional Sermon 

— Rev. I. B. Grandy. Miss Lizzie Thompson, Dayton, 
Clerk. 

The Central, organized in 1860, meets Friday before the 
first Sanday in June. Mrs. Kate Brownback, Pendleton, 
Clerk. 

The Elkhart^ organized in 1856, meets at the call of the 
President, Danforth Parker. Session for 1890 at Hunter- 
town. 

The Whitewater, organized in 1847, meets Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Session for 18D0 at Boston. 
Rev. R. N. John, Dublin, Clerk. 

The Rogers, organized in 1848, meets Friday before the 
fourth Sunday in August. Mrs. Inez C. Piatt, Lawrence- 
burg, Clerk. 

Official List of Ministers in Fellowship. — Rev. Thomas 
Abbott, Rev. Tilgham E. Ballard, Rev. Henry N. Brown, 
Rev. Mary Thomas Clark, Rev. Uriah Cummings, Rev. J. 
B. Fosher, Rev. B. F. Foster, Rev. Ira B. Grandy, ^^^' 



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UNIVEKSALIST REGISTER. 



Henry Groves, Rev. Thomas Sanders Guthrie, Rev. Robert 
Newman John, Rev. Israel C. Smith, Rev. Nicholas Vaughn. 

Lay Preaclier Licensed, — J. H. Hewitt. 

The State Sunday-school Convention meets at the same 
time and place of the State Convention. Pres, — J. H. 
Hewitt ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. T. E. Ballard ; Rec. Sec. — S.J. 
Merrill ; Cor. Sec, — Miss Anna Guild ; Treas, — C. T. 
Swain. Funds in the treasury, $120. 

The UniverscUist Woman*8 Aid Association was .organized 
in 1879. Meets at same time and place with the State Con- 
vention. Pres, — Mrs. F. S. John, Dublin; Sec. — Mrs. 
Eva C. Ballard, Crawfordsville ; Treas, — Mrs. Kizzie Good- 
bar, Whitesville. 

Vice-Pres. of Woma7i*s Centenary Association — Mrs. 
Emily E. Newcomb, Huntington. 

Permanent Missionary Fund. — Real estate, 202^ acres, 
near Sheldon, Allen County, valued at $10,000 ; 80 acres 
near Aldine, Starke County, valued at $1,200; Centre 
Square Fund, $166 ; total, $11,366. 



PariihM. 


Churches. 


8. SrhooU. 


Church Ediflcei. 


pTMtchcrf. 


Fo«t-ofllcea. Faniilie*. 


Org. 


No. 


Org. No. 


Dftte*. Values. 




Abington, |, . . . 8 
Aurora {dor.), . . 10 
Blujton, i, ... 28 
Boaton, |, ... 10 
Brookston, I, . . 25 
Oenire Square {dor.), 8 
O^MmifiaOUy^oc.), 10 
Dayton,},. ... 25 
Devon, i, .... 80 

Dublin, \ 25 

FaifJUld, i, ... 25 
FlncaeUe,!, ... 40 
Ft, Wayne (oc), . 10 
GraoUburg (oc), . 20 
Harmony, 4, ... 20 
HuntertoiDn, |, . . 13 
HunUngUm {dor.), 7 
Ireland, |, ... 80 
IndianapolU (oc)., 9 
Lafayette, i, . . .80 


8 
1876-20 
1855—55 
1860—25 
1881—70 
1858—12 
1878—20 
1840—57 
1869—80 
1848—60 
1848—72 
.1871-140 
1875—20 
40 
1871—40 
1856-25 
12 
1868—70 
- 86 
1850-«6 


1880—75 
1860—40 
1889-110 

1860-t50 
60 
1868—60 
1872—60 
1871—76 

- 40 

1868—60 

- 80 


U7. fl.OOO 

Prop. 200 

1878-t/7. 8,000 

1869— u'. 4,000 

Prop. 50 

Prop. 166 

w. 2.000 

1860— 10. 2,000 

tn. 2,000 

1872—10. 2,500 

1848— to. 2,000 

1871— i^r. 7,000 

Prop. 300 

to. 2,000 
1869—10. 200 

JYop. 100 
1870-6r. 15,000 


H. N. Brown. 

H. N. Brown. 
I. B. Orandy. 

T. B. Loiter. 
T. 8. Oothrle. 
T. B. Ballard. 

T. B. Ballard. 
H. G-rovea . 

T. B. Latter. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



21 



Pterichefl. 



PiMt-oAoM. Families. 



CharcfaM. 



Oig. No 



8. School*. 



Org. 



No. 



Church Edillces. 



Dmtn. 



Yaluefl. 



Preachen. 



Logantportt ... 30 

MadUon (oc), . . 15 

Manch^Mter (oc.)i • 1^ 

UcCordsTiUe, 1, . 14 

MWr (o<-.). ... 20 

Milan, \ 

MU Oarmelt |, . . 26 

Mi. Pleasant (dor.)* 5 
ICande, .... 100 

ir<»rMF«mon («itor.).10 

Omklandon, i, . . 17 

Fairiot ioe.), . . 10 

Pendletoo, \, . . 11 

PitamuU Grove, i, . 12 

PUatani HiU, }. . 8 

PteaaaDt Lake (oc), 10 

i?M}i^ Smu, ... 12 

Roann (m.), ... 27 

Salmda, i, ... 20 

59tt<A JVUan (oc). 12 

StringUnen (,dor.)t 4 

r<r7« HauU^ . . 47 

raioA Ctty (r/or.), 6 

C?aMNi,iVrry Co., J, 9 

r%ion,rnion Cb..i, 17 

VJAand,\, ... 18 

rrroy (oc.), ... 10 

Waldron{dor.)t . 10 

ITatton, i, ... 15 

Weat LebaDOD, |, . 14 

WMteavflle (m.), . 18 
WUkin9Chaptl(,dor.),% 

WoodvlUe (m.). . 15 



TofiUa— 54 



956 



1857—68 

1809—25 
1848—21 
1888— SO 
1873—45 

1860-100 

15 
1860-200 



1857—56 
1870—18 
1888-116 

1860—36 

1860-208 



1863— &r.$13,000 
Prop, 3,000 
1869— tr. 2,000 
w. 500 
1888— *r. 2,600 
1883— Ar. 2,000 



1860-40 

63 1867-45 
1839—20 - 50 

13 
1887-20 1888—26 

15 
1868—16 
1841—67 1841—32 
1875—45 1875—30 



1879—38 

8 

1840—47 

16 

1848—25 

1864—23 

1888—20 

1861—24 

1871—15 

1869—60 

1880-13 

188a— 25 

16 

25 



1880—20 

63 

25 
1864—40 



1880—25 
1888—20 

20 



64-2,762 28—1,407 



1873 -6r. 
Fundi 
1859— w. 
1859— *r. 
Prop. 
1862— />r. 
1876— 
1839— 6r. 



1870— »o. 
1844— *r. 
1876— 6r. 

Fnnda 
1841—10. 

Pundt 
1880— 6r. 

10. 

1868— 

1868— 
1842— 

Prop. 

Prop. 

Prop. 

1883— u>. 



3,600 
2,000 

500 
12,000 
4,000 
8,000 
4,000 
2,500 
1,000 
1,500 
1,200 
3,000 
2,500 
3.000 
1,000 
1,600 

500 
l,f.00 

200 

18,(K)0 

2,000 

1,000 

1,500 

100 
1,800 

200 
1,0(K) 
2,000 
1,300 

200 

600 



42- $144,016 



I. B. G randy. 
J. B. Po«<her. 
F. M. Yates. 



T. 8. Guthrie. 



I. B. G randy. 

I. B. Grandy. 

II. N. Brown. 



J. B. Fosher. 
U. N. Brown. 

M. W. Tabor. 
H. Groves. 



T. B. Lunter. 
J. B. Fonber. 

J. B. Fosher. 



Iowa. 

The State CJonvention, organized 1843, meets the fourth 
Wednesday in September, 1889, at place to be designated 
by the Executive Committee. Pres, — F. A. Bomer, Belle 
Flatne ; Vice- Pres, — Rev. A. Crum, .Webster City ; Sec. — 
Rev. J. n. Palmer, Cedar Rapids; Treas, — Hon. J. D. 
Piatt; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. W. S. Ralph, Stoi*m 
Lake; Rev. A. A. Thayer, J. F. Toy; Trus. — E, M. 



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UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 



WooUey, J. H. Owen and W. F. Brown. The officers and 
trustees constitute the Executive Committee. Permanent 
Fund, $2,675. 

Woman* 8 Aid Association. — Organized in 1886, meets 
with the State Convention. Pres. — Mrs. Amos Crum, 
Webster City; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. M. L. Watson, Algona; 
Sec. — Miss Fannie Edgerton, Waterloo; Directors — Mrs. 
L. S. Brown, Dakota City ; Mrs. J. A. Dean, Storm Lake ; 
Mrs. Harriman, West Union ; Mrs. Weatherwax, Waterloo ; 
Mrs. Helen Mc Arthur, Dubuque. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Miss Eliza 
E. Treat, Grinnell. 

Ministers in Fellowship — Thomas Ballinger, W. H. 
Brinkerhoff, Hyman B. Butler, Amos Crum, Eli Garfield, 
Joel Garretson, Gideon S. Gowdy, Moses H. Houghton, 
James A. Hoyt, Wm. W. Merritt, Geo. G. Odiorne, JohnH. 
Palmer, Wm. P. Payne, LaFayette Porter, Mrs. Charlotte 
Porter, Fred'k D. Pierce, W. A. Pratt, Walter S. Ralph, 
Aaron Smith, Benjamin F. Snook, Aaron A. Thayer, Orson 
T. Vancise, Thos. W. Woodrow, Matthew Wing (F. 1889), 
Fletcher Wilson. Licentiates — Mrs. S. L. Crum, Wm. N. 
Becker. 



Pariihei. 


Churchei. 


8. School!. 
Orx. No. 


Church Ediflcei. 


Prrarlim. 


Poct-offlce*. Familici. 


Org. No. 


Dfttot. Value*. 




BloomJUld,. . . 40 
Boone {dor.), . . - 
0a9Utlia, 1. . . . 20 
Cedar FaU*, . . 20 
Cedar Raplda, . . 86 
Clarinda, .... 20 
OUimton, .... 25 

Dnbaqoe 75 

Bldora, . . . . - 

Qreeley, ), . . . - 
L«Mgh {dor.), . . 10 
ManeheaUr, . . . - 
Marahamoum, . . 40 
MItehelMlle, i,. . 32 
Jtfl. PiMjanI, . . 22 


1872-^ 

1878—18 
29 
1860-80 
1860—60 
188*^25 
1850-100 

1870—16 

1878-40 
1868—26 


1873—60 

1872—60 
1877—48 
1860-63 
1880-46 

1860-110 

1870—76 
1883—65 
1868-100 


br. $4,000 
1871— to. 2,500 
1876— tr. 2,500 

w. 2,000 
1876-^. 17,000 

u>. 4,000 

w. 7,000 
1862-dr. 16,000 
1860-«r. 6,000 

to. 1,600 

br. 7,000 
- 8,000 
1870-*r. 

br. 8,600 


Matthew Wing. 

J. H. Palmer. 
B. F. Snook. 

M. H. Hoofhton. 
O. 8. Oowdyand 
Mre. S. I*' CIntfii. 
Matthew Wing. 

T. W. Woodrow. 
T. W. Woodrow. 



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23 



Pariahcf. 



Fost-dBcet. 



Families. 



Churchu. 



Org. No 



8. Schools. Church £<iiflce«. 



Onr- No. I DfttM. Values. 



Setc Sharon, i, . 10 

Otoy^, ( 30 

09kaioo9a idor.)t . •> 

Otranto, i, ... 30 

SUamffoat Rock, . - 

Stofm LioJtet ... 75 

StrtMwberty I\>intf - 

WmUrloo, .... 80 

WelwterClty. . . 50 

WeU Union, ... 25 



Totals— 25 



640 



187»~20 
25 



1881—75 



1875—50 
1878-38 



1878—30 
30 

1884—60 

1881-120 



lS-650 



14—026 



187»— 
w. 

IVop. 
1885— U7. 
1873— w. 
1880— »r. 
1861— 6r. 

Prop. 
1874— w. 



$3,000 
5,000 
1.200 
1,500 
8,000 
4,500 
6,000 
2,600 
4,000 



Preachers. 



A. A. Thayer. 

A. A. Thayer. 

W. 8. Ralph. 

L. F. Porter. 
A. Cram. 
Matthew Wing. 



21— $109,700 



Kansas. 

The State Convention, organized in 1869, meets in Sep- 
tember, at the call of the Executive Committee. Prea. — 
Abijah Wells, Seneca; Vice-Pres. — C. H. Trott, Junction 
City ; Sec. — Rev. C. H. Rogers, Hutchinson ; Treas, — C. 
S. Davis, Junction City; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
Joeiah Davis, Oswego ; Rev. A. Barnes, Junction City, and 
C. H. Trott; Trus. — C. H. Trott, Abijah Wells, I. H. 
Brown, A. C. Pierce, H. B. Pierce, George W. Woodard ; 
State Missionary — Rev. Josiah Davis, Oswego. 

Vice-Pres. WomarCs Centenary Association — Mrs. A. C. 
Pierce, Junction City. 

Ministers in Fellowship — Joy Bishop, A. Barnes, C. H. 
R<^er8, Joseph Wilson, V. P. Wilson, J. A. Stoner, J. B. 
Saxe, J. Davis, J. M. Johns, D. Cheney, J. L. Shinn. 
Licentiate — Mrs. S. M. Barnes. 



Farlshes. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Ediflces. 


Preachers. 


Fosl-offlees. FamiJiea. 


Oru. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




ArkaiMM City, i, . 46 
£wrd€tU, .... 23 

(W, - 

Ddpko9 (oc.), . . 16 

V^aakfort, ... 10 


188»-67 

1843-45 
188S— 16 


1887—50 
1873—55 


1884— «l. $3,000 

Prop. 3,000 

1889—1/5. 1.000 


0. H. Rogera. 

Joy Blahop. 
Joy BUhop. 

J. Wilson. 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



FarlshM. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Preachers. 


Foit-ofllcc«. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 


Hatchinson, (, . . 60 

JaDcUon City, . . 82 

Mlnneapolit, . . SO 
Oswego {dor.), . . 16 
Ottawa (dor.), . . 20 
Redjleld,\, ... 15 
nice County (oc.), 12 
Seneca, .... 60 
Towanda, |, . . . IT 
Valley Centre, I, . 26 
VermUlion, i. . . 7 
WUminffton (oc), 12 


1883-85 
1877-38 

1882--32 

1877—20 

1871-100 
1889—26 

1880-25 
11 


1887—53 
1877-142 

1882-80 
1871—80 


1883— w. $3,000 

Prop. 3,000 

1882— to. 3,000 

Prop. 300 

1869— f^ 6,000 


C. H. Rosen. 
A. Barnea. 

J. A. Btoner. 
C. H. Rogers. 


ToUla— 15 . 430 


10—465 


6-410 


5— $22,300 





Kentucky. 

State Convention organized in 1875. Time of meeting in 
May. Secretary appoints the day. Pres. — B. F. Johnson ; 
Vice-Pres. — J. G. Hoard; Sec, — Polk Cansler, Hopkins- 
ville; Treas, — Geo. 11. Myers; TVn/s. — G. 6. Clark, B. 
F. Teague, J. P. Prowse, B. F. Ligon, S. L. Graddy, H. 
H. Knox ; Committee of Fellowship — F. H. Renshaw, Hop- 
kinsville, James W. Yancey, C. A. Brasher. Session for 
1890, Ilopkinsville. 

Vice- Pres, Womxin^s Centenary Association — Mi's. Amanda 
Yancey, Hopkins ville. 





~ ^ 






Parishes. 


Churches. 


H. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Prcftchen. 


Post-offices. Families. 


Or^. Xo. OrR. No. 
1876—66 - 


Dates. Valuos. 




Burlington, i, . . 35 


1879-?r. $3,000 




Seulah, 1, ... 56 
Bard well, i, . . . 30 


1887—40 - 


1880— tr. 400 




1888—13 - _ j - - 500 


J. C. Orarefl. 


Oonnolation, |, . . 6o 


1885-71 - - 1 1840-tr. 600 




Cro/lon, 1, ... 28 


18K5— 17 Dn. 


1882(Un.) to. 800 




Dawnon, I, ... 19 


1887—18 - 


1887— tr. 700 




Good Hope, }, . . 25 


1886-41 


— - 


1887— w. 600 




nopkinevUle (oc), 15 


1887-32 


1889-45 


188»— 6r. 4,500 


F. B, Renehava. 


Macedonia, |, . . 35 


lMg-lft2 


— — 


1856-u;. 500 




Manitau, 1-5, . . 15 


1888-17 


Un. 


- - . 




0akland,\4i, . . 30 


1865—50 


^ — 


1865— w. 1.000 




White FlainB, 1, . 80 


1884—41 


- - 


1885— fo. 1,500 




TotaU-12 . . 868 


12-488 


3-45 


10— $18,000 













UN1VER9ALIST REGISTER. 25 



Maine. 

The State Convention, organized 1828, meets 1889, the 
Tuesday following the first Monday in June, at Bangor. 
Pres. — Nathan W. Harris, Esq.; Vice-Prests. — J. W. 
Enowlton, Re\'. I. J. Mead; Sec. — Rev. H. S. Whitman, 
Augusta; Treas. — Hon. R. Dresser, Auburn; Committee 
of Fellowship — Rev. G. G. Hamilton, Oakland ; Rev. 
W. M. Kimmell, J. V. Bradley, J. S. Hobbs ; Trus.—C. I. 
Barker, Charles Dunn and J. A. Bucknam. The first named 
five officers constitute the Executive Committee. Preacher 
of Occasional Sei^ion — Rev. W. M. Kimmell, Rockland; 
Rev. James Vincent, Calais, alternate. Permanent Fund, 
«2,500. 

Ministers' Institute. Pres. — Rev. Henry Blanchard, 
Portland. 

Associations. — 1 . York and Cumberland^ organized in 
1828, meets on the second Wednesday in September. 

2. Kennebec^ organized in 1828, meeta on the second 
Wednesday in October. J. S. Hobbs, Augusta, Clerk. 

3. Oxford^ organized in 1844, meets on the fourth Wed- 
nesday in September. 

4. Penobscot Valley ^ reorganized in 1878, meets in 
October at the call of its Executive Committee. 

5. Frankliny meets on the last Wednesday and Thursday 
in August. Jennie E. Hiscock, Wilton, Clerk. Session for 
1890 at North Chesterfield. 

The State Sunday-school Convention meets on the second 
Wednesday in October. Rev. G. G. Hamilton, Oakland, 
Secretary. 

Vice-Pres. Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. C. A. 

m 

Quinby, Augusta. 



26 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Fariihef. 



PoiC-oflloM. 



Funilies. 



Chnrche*. 



Org. 



No. 



8. School*. 



Org. 



No. 



Church Edifices. 



Date*. 



Value*. 



Piuchcn. 



AddUoUt . 
AUdoH (oc.)f 
Aabnnii • 
Auifutta, . 
Bangor, . 
Bath, . . 
Belfast, 

Bethel (oc). 

mddtford^ 

Bowdolaham, 



BridgtoD, . 
MrwDnfieldt 
Jtrunewickf 
BryanU Pond, |, 
Buckjleld,. 
CalaUt . . 



Oamdent • 

Oanaan^ . 

Cantont . 

Carmel {oc.), . . 

Chapman {dor,), . 

Oumberiand {oc.), 

Deering, .... 

Denmark, \,. . • 

Dexter, .... 

JH^/Uld 

JSaet IHJ^eld, I, . 

Maet EddingUm, . 

Fairfield, .... 

Fteeport, .... 

Oardiner, . . . 

Oray {oc.), . . . 

Oreene {oc.), . . 

Qullford 

HaUoweU, . . . 

Hampden (oc.), . 

Hcarrinffton, . . . 

Hiram (oc), . . 

Hope, \, . . . . 

JCenduekeaff {dor.), 

King^ld {oc.) , . 

KitUry {dor.), . . 

Leede (oc), . . . 

Lewieton, .... 

LiicJ^ld {dor.), . 

Zt9ermore, Hret- 
iun$* MUU, . . 

Zivermore, Nor- 
land* (oc), . . 

Zivermore Falle, . 

Machias {oc.), . . 

Mechanic Falle, . 

Moneon (rammer), 

J^eu) Olouceeter 
\0C.), .... 



24 

30 

276 

118 

165 

85 

08 

30 

eo 

50 

00 
80 
55 
SO 
40 
80 

40 
80 
40 
26 
20 
20 
100 
9 
76 
30 
SO 
25 
75 
30 
70 

25 
65 
60 
26 
13 
25 
22 
20 
15 
40 
25 
131 
42 

46 



50 
SO 
76 
25 

60 



1870—18 

1838-250 
1842—05 
1841—80 
1887—24 
1860—43 

1860—16 
1860—30 



1882—30 

1881—16 
1843—28 



1872—87 
1878—60 



1881—83 
1881—10 



1886-26 



1840-26 



1842-25 

20 
1876—26 



1870—17 
1866—83 



1858-106 



1840—20 



1877—45 
1870—50 
188&-200 
1836-125 
1841-305 
1880-1 10 
1841-100 

1850 15 
1841—60 
1882—40 

1888—51 
1880—41 
1870-60 
1881—80 



1870—04 



1870-60 



1867-180 
1880—20 
1880-100 
1870—50 
1866—40 

40 
1852—84 

45 
1846—60 

25 

1880—70 



1872-30 
1862-30 
1870—64 
187 i— 60 
1870—50 

30 
1865-150 

40 

20 



1881—40 
1854—70 



1841— u>. 

1888—10. 

187*-ftr. 

1868—^. 

1860— »r. 

1860—10. 

1870—10. 

Prop. 
1854—10. 
1867—10. 
1880 — 10. 

Prop. 

1870—10. 

1873—10. 

1886-10. 

t0. 



1878—10. 
Prop. 
1870—10. 
1822— C0. 
1868— 10. 
to. 

w. 

1867— 10. 

10. 

1860—10. 

1820—10. 



$2,500 

1,000 

40,000 

80,000 

40,000 

10,000 

16,000 

1,000 

8,000 

16,000 

2,600 

1,600 

6,000 

2.500 

4,500 

2,600 

1,800 

14,000 

4,000 

3.600 

3,000 

2,000 

1,600 

1,000 
13,000 

1,000 
10,000 

1,600 



10. 600 

1866—10. 3,000 

1883-10. 1,000 

1840—10. 12,000 



1820—10. 

10. 
1843—10. 
1828—10. 

10. 

1872—10. 

Un. 

10. 
1838—10. 
1871—10. 
1874—10. 
1866—10. 



1,000 
2,600 
7,000 
1.200 
2,500 
3,000 

• 

1,000 
1.000 
3,000 
4,000 
20,000 



1860—25 



1860—10. 3,000 



1828—10. 
1820-10. 
1860— 10. 
1863-^. 



3,000 
3,000 
8,000 
8,000 



1842— (0. 1,000 



C. A. Hayden. 
H. 8. Whitman. 

I. P. Qnimby. 
L. F. R. Payson. 



T. B. Gregory. 
J. H. Little. 

H. A. AbboU. 



J. Vincent. 



O. F. Bafford, d.d. 
H. K. White. 

8. G. DaTla. 

F. M. Houghton. 

R. H. Aldrieh. 
F. M.. Honghton. 



R. F. Johonnot. 

W. R. French, D J>. 
F. K. Beem. 

R. F. Johonnot. 



UNITEBSALIST REGISTER. 



27 



TnUbtM. 



Funilie*. 



Ghmchcfl. 



Org. 



No. 



8.8ehoob. 



Org. 



No. 



Choreh Edifice*. 



Dates. Valuet. 



Praachcra. 



Voith AnaoD, . . 40 
Jfiartk Avlnm (oc.)f 2S 
iToHA CShottom, . - 
Sorth FVyt^urOt . 80 
MaHhJa^,k, . . 21 
JForth Monmomth, . 22 
Mtrth New Burt- 

land, \f ... 12 
SoHk Turner {ac.)t 20 
JVbneojf, .... 100 
Oakland, .... 76 
OMTowo, ... 80 

Oriand {oc.), . . 83 
OroDO, 66 

Oxford (oc.), . . 12 

PariM 27 

PhilUpg (dor.), . 35 

PttUlIeld 66 

Portland (Cbn. 

8q.) 310 

Portland (Ch.Met.), 160 



RtadJUld {oc), 
RIefamood, . . . 
Biehinond'9 Cor. 
(OC./, .... 
Boekland,. . . . 
Boc/tportf .... 
BoDod Pond, . . 
Saccontppa, 
Scarboro Oor. (oc), 
Sidney (oc.), . . 
Stotehegan, . . . 
Bovth Berwick, . 
SvMth Hope^ \, . . 
Boutk Windham, . 

Sioektom 

SwancUle, |, 



26 
46 



120 
10 
80 
80 
80 
25 
55 
80 
21 
40 
30 
20 



Tumor Ceavte, . . 70 

DMon (oc.), ... 26 

^Dpor StUlwaUr, . - 

WaierJ&rd(dor.),. 40 

WaUrvilU, ... 30 

Woot New Port. 

land, \, ... 20 

Weei PiatH9 (oe,), . 20 

Wul J\»rmm8jleid, 14 

Weet Sumner, . . 26 

W«U*(oc.), ... 80 

mUonioc),. . . 26 

Windham (oc), . 80 

WhOhrop (oc.), . 40 

Tarmouth, ... 63 



Totala— 100, 8,664 



1869—20 
1844-- 



1828—60 



1868—15 



1880—14 

1821-180 
1873-103 

1888—26 



1872—40 

1888—18 
47 

34 
1884—23 
1876—65 



1876—30 



1826—12 1833—60 



1864—12 



1860—40 

1880—80 

60 



44-1,921 



1888—60 
1867—25 



1876—76 
1860—36 
1887—42 
1886—46 
1866—80 
40 
1870-60 



1834-125 

1860-130 

- 86 

1867—64 
1848-87 



45 
1888—76 

1828-870 

1881-262 

42 

1887-75 



- 160 

1887—85 

- 76 , 



1883-65 
1876—62 
1860—50 
1883-60 
184*-70 
30 
50 



40 

1878—32 

1871—30 

65 

1885—40 



76-6,546 



1888— tr. $8,600 
185»-U7. 2,000 



8. 8. Davis. 
F. K. Beem. 



Caroline E. Angel. 
O. ti^. Hamilton. 



1888— u>. 2,000 
Un. 

to. 1,600 

1838—10. 1,500 

ir. 2,000 

1828— to. 6.000 

1834—10. 7,000 

lg4g-.u,. 2,000 

Fund 1.500 

1845— w. 1,600 

1844_U7. 5.000 

Prop. 2,500 

Prop. 400 

te» 8.000 

1872— to. 1,000 

1871—10. 6,000 

1866—^. 60,000 

1871— *r. 26,000 

1827— 6r. 5,000 

1886— U7. 3,000 

IT. 1,000 

1875— to. 15,000 

1854— to. 1,000 

to. 3,000 

1888-to. 12,000 

to. 2,r»oo 

1844—10. 400 

1881- ir. 4,000 

1876— to. 16.000 

1880— to. 2,000 

1844— 1,500 

1863— to. 6,000 

1850— 2,000 

1858— to. 6,000 

- 1,600 

1833—10. ' 1,500 

1833— to. 10,000 I 8. G. Davis. 

Prop. 3,000 

1838— to. 2,000 



H. 8. Fiske. 

H. Blancbard. 
H. B. Oiicbrist. 

J. H. Little. 



W. M. Klmmell. 
O. F. Bafford, d.j>. 

A. B. Church. 

F. L. R. PayBon. 
W. W. Bmltb. 



to. 



1862— 



1838— to. 
1831— to. 



1,600 
3,000 
2,000 



4,000 
1,500 



91— $649,900 



W. 8paoldlDg,D.D. 



28 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Maryland. 

No State Convention. Vice-Pres, Woman^s Centenary 
Association — Mrs. R. H. Pallman, Baltimore. 



Pariihc*. 


ChuTchcfl. 
Oig. No. 

18S4-80S 


8. SchooU. 


Church Ediflcei. 


PrMchnv. 


Poft-oflloea. Famillc*. 


Oik- No. 


Dates. 


ValuM. 




Baltimore* Sd, . . 86 
Chetapeake City 
(dw.) - 


1834-110 


1888— 1<. $28,000 
- 8,000 


R. H. Pullman. 


Total*— 2 . . 85 


1—302 


1—110 


2— $31,000 





Massachusetts. 

State Convention, organized in 1834, meets the fourth Tues- 
day in September. Pres. — Rev. R. Eddy, D.D., Melrose; 
Vice-Pres, — Eben Alexander; Sec. — Rev. W. A. Start, 
16 Bromfield St., Boston; Treas. — John D. W. Joy, Bos- 
ton; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. C. R. Tenney, Bos- 
ton ; P. R. Litchfield, W. Goldthwait, Rev. R. A. Greene, 
Rev. E. Davis, Quincy, Secretary: Trtis. — Rev. M. H. 
Harris, Rev. W. S. Woodbridge, Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Rev. 
F. O. Hall, J. L. Sweet, B. B. Whittemore. The session 
for 1890 will be held at Orange. Preacher of the Occasional 
Sermon — Rev. I. P. Coddington. Permanent Fund, 
$61,932.65. 

The Woman's Universalist Missionary Society of MassOrChu- 
setts was organized in January, 1886. Its object is : To enlist 
the women of the Universalist Church in Massachusetts in 
missionary work, in the distribution of religious literature, in 
aiding deserving persons to obtain an education, and to 
assist in such religious charities as the Society may find to 
be useful and expedient. It is to work in harmony and 



UNIYER8ALIST REGISTER. 2D 

co-operation with the Massachusetts and General Conven- 
tions, to advance the missionary enterprises of our Church. 
Pres, — Mrs. Philena C. Start ; Vice-Pres, — Mrs. Jane L. 
Patterson; Sec. — Mrs. Harriette M. Ayer, 16 Flint St., 
Somerville; Treas. — Miss Caroline A. Eastman, Melrose. 
Permanent Fund, 81,270. 

Associations. — 1. Old Colony^ organized in 1827, meets 
in October, as the Executive Committee appoint. Sec. and 
Treas. — Rev. S. R. H. Biggs, West Scituate. 

2. Boston^ organized in 1829, meets on the first Wednes- 
day in May. Chas. F. Potter, College Hill, Clerk. 

3. Union^ oi^anized in 1834, meets the first Wednesday 
in June. Rev. J. H. Holden, Amherst, Clerk, 

4. Barnstable^ organized in 1838, meets as the Clerk may 
appoint. J. A. Small, Province town. Clerk. 

5. Winchester^ organized in 1839, meets on the second 
Wednesday in September, at Westfield. H. A. Bowen, 
Shelbume Falls, Clerk, 

The Dniversalist Sabbath School Union includes the eigh- 
teen schools in Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Somerville, 
College Hill and Newton, with an aggregate membership of 
three thousand and thirty-one. Its permanent fund amounts 
to $10,652.52. Cummings L. Lothrop, 54 Pearl St., Boston, 
Secretary, 

The Middlesex Conference of Churches and Sunday- 
schools includes six churches and schools, viz. : Arlington, 
Maiden, Medford, Melrose, Saugus and Wakefield, and 
meets quarterly on the second Wednesday in January, April, 
July and October. Pres, -^ Rev. W. F. Dusseault, Maiden ; 
Sec. — Rev. I. C. Tomlinson, Arlington. 

The Essex Universalist Sunday-school Union has a mem- 
bership of about three thousand. Its officers are : Pres, — 
Amos Merrill, Esq. ; Vice-Pres, — Mrs. Maria H. Bray, 
West Gloucester ; Sec, — Geo. E. Pearson, Salem ; Trfirta. — 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



F. H. Crowell. Its meetings are held on the third Wednes- 
day in March, second Wednesday in June, second Wednes- 
day in September, and second Wednesday in December, in 
the different parishes, as arrangements can be made. 

The Norfolk Sunday-school Union, organized in 1889, 
includes the Sunday-schools in Norfolk County. Pres* — 
Rev. B. F. Eaton, Weymouth ; Sec, — Rev. C. S. Nickerson, 
Norwood ; Treas. — Charles Foster, Taunton. Time and 
place of meeting determined by the Board of Government. 

The Merrimac Valley Conference was organized at Law- 
rence, Feb. 18, 1885. It embraces all the Universalist 
churches in the Merrimac Valley, from Nashua, N. H., to 
Newbury port, Mass. The design is to meet once a year with 
each parish in the Conference. The present officers are : 
Pre«. — Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Lawrence ; Vice-Pres. — Daniel 
Goodrich, Haverhill ; Sec. and Treas. — Rev. R. A. Greene, 
Lowell. 

The Universalist Exegetical Club, organized in Boston, 
March, 1886, has for its purpose '* the critical and historical 
study of the sacred Scnptures." It is composed of ministers 
residing within easy reach of Boston, and meets monthly at 
the Publishing House for essays and discussions. Pres. — 
Rev. Prof. G. M. Harmon ; Vice-Prea. — Rev. G. I. Keirn ; 
Sec. and Treas. — Rev. Prof. G. T. Knight, College Hill. 

Vice-Pres. Woman^s Centenary Association — Mre. C. F. 
Potter, Boston. 



ParUhca. 


ChurdiM. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edlflcet. 

< • 


Praaehars. 


Poat-offlcea. Fainiliet. 


Org. No. 


Org. 


No. 


Dates. Values. 




Abington, . ... 30 

Acton, South, . . 76 
Acton, We«t, . . 76 
Adams, .... 60 


1863—62 

1887-80 

'1876-40 

1872—10 


1842—60 

1868-100 
1868-100 
1868-114 


1841— u;. $6,600 
Prop. 2,000 
1878-10. 8,000 
1860—10. 7,000 
1871--6r. 20,000 
Prop. 90,000 


B. F. BowlM. 

1. 0. Koowlton. 
1. 0. Knowlton. 
I. A. PriMt. 



UKIVSRSALIST REGISTER. 



31 



Ghnrehes. 



F«miU« 



Org. No 



S. SchooU. 



Org. No. 



Church Edifloes. 



Dates. Values. 



Adams, Koitb, . 
Anntequam, . . 



§0 
51 
25 
02 

58 



Attleboio*, ... 100 
JUUboro\ y&rik, . 100 
BarrowtHlU (lite- 

•ion), .... 15 
AnMircf ften , • . 5 

Boston, 2d, ... 200 
JB6ate», Shawmuit 155 
Bortoo, Saat, . . 50 
Boston, South, . . 102 
Boston, Rozbory, . 450 
Boston. Chsrlsst'n, 117 
Boston,Or9V€ BaU^ 55 
Botton, Jamaica 



Haim, 
Bniotree, 
Brewster, |, . 



Cambridffe, IH, 
Cambridge, Sd, 
Cambridfft, 3d, 
Csoton, 
CharltoB, . 

Chsthan, . 

Cktltea, . 
CKfMn, . 
Dana. North, 
Daovers, . 
DansUble, 4, 
MatHiam, . 



FItehbarg, 
FozboroDfh, 
Frukltn, . 



Oardnor, West, 

Oloneaster, . . 
O looce s ter, Bast, 
Otcucester, Wut, 
OranrlJle, ... 
BmrdwUkth 



24 

12 

12 

40 . 
240 

48 
151 

57 

48 

80 

200 

10 

85 
100 

12 

20 

00 

75 
250 

20 
100 

25 
80 

200 
60 
25 
12 
20 



ffantieh, JSati, 
Havtrhlll, . . 



. 31 
. 100 



BaverkiU (Mt.Wash. 
faifion Mission},. 



1801-120 
1872—84 



1842—50 

1878-00 
1850—40 



- 15 
1856—83 
1817-311 
1837-252 
1865—48 
1870-241 
1822-298 
1812-138 
1878—80 

1887—15 



19 
1827-116 

54 
1872-181 
1853—80 
1864—20 

1860—21 

1842-32t 

1877-36 

1876-34 

1858-01 
1865—20 
1850—70 

1868—15 

1806—73 

1886-30 

10 



1887-160 



- 163 
1860—50 
1888—80 
1830-115 

1841—87 

1875-160 

- 223 



1848-120 
1837-265 
1837-208 
1841-115 
1838-309 
1830-425 
1820-501 
1878-112 

1886—48 
1887—44 
12 
80 
1835-400 
1835—87 
1870-251 
1841—80 
1867 - 

1835-104 

1842-325 



1880-175 
1876—42 
32 
1830—65 
- 160 
1848-325 
1843—40 
1858-160 

1879-40 
1868-100 

1820-438 

1884-150 

45 



25 
1886-230 



t«. $22,000 
1871-ttf. 6,000 



1831— a>. 
Fund 
1840— 1«. 
Prop. 
1880-40. 
1882— *r. 



5,000 

6,000 

15,000 

5,0(K) 

15,000 

40,000 



1846— tc. 
1872— «<. 
1863— 6r. 
1866— tr. 
1860— w. 
1821— w. 
1811— 6r. 
1877— w. 

Prop. 

Prop. 

1879— tr. 

1822— ic. 
1865— 
1876— 6r. 
1847- w. 
1839— w. 

PropX 
1839— to. 

Prop. 
1862-6r. 
1848— to. 

Prop. 
1859— w. 



1836— ti;. 
1872— w. 
1886— 6r. 
1843— IT. 
1888— «7. 

Prop. 
1882— w. 
1867—10. 

Prop. 
1805— tr. 
1886— u>. 
1876— u>. 



1825—10. 
Prop. 



Preachan. 



600 

6,500 

l*50,t)00 

30,000 

14,000 

»,'>,< KX) 

1X5,000 

80,0(30 

13,000 

3,000 

350 

1,5(K) 

16,000 

25,000 

18,500 

45,000 

5,000 

4,000 

4,000 

4,000 

1,000 

70,000 

4,000 

500 

15,000 



8,000 
6,000 

83,500 
5,000 

25,000 

30,000 
6,500 

10,000 
2,000 

85,000 
7,000 
3,500 
2,500 
2,500 

15,000 
6,000 



A. Hammatt. 
A. C. White. 
J. H. Holden. 

0. W. PenDiman. 

1. C. Tomllnson. 
J. N. Bmery. 



, J. N. Kmery. 

A. J. Aubrey. 

A. A. Illoer, d.d. 

Q. L. Perl II. 

H. A. Philbruok. 

J. J. [jewlfl. 

E. L. Rezford, !).». 

C. F. Lee. 

C. R. Tenney. 

a. I. Kelrn. 
A.J. Tornlfff. 
<;. A. Bradley. 
R. T. Sawyer. 
A. K. White. 
I. P. Coddlnjfton. 
I C. W. Bl.tdle, D.D. 
•T. Van never. 
J. 8. Gledhill. 

I H. N. Couden. 



R. 8. Kellerman. 

C. B. Lynn. 
J. M. Usher. 

D. Frnser. 
G. J. Sanger. 
R. P. Buab. 
F. O. Hall. 
O. Hill. 

W. O. 8el1eck. 

W. F. Potter. 
H. W. Smith. 

W. H. Rider. 
Ada C. Bowles. 
O.J. Sanger. 



J. O. Snow, D.D. 



A. A. Ross. 



32 



UNIYERSALIST REOISTER. 



FUriahei. 



Foat-offlccs. Familie* 



ChurchM. 



Oig. No 



8. Schooli. 



Otj{. No. 



HaTerbill» West, . 20 



ffinffhatn, 
ByannUt • 
Lanetvllle, 
Lawreoee, 
Lowell, Itti 
Lowell, 2d, 
Lynn, Itt, 
LyDD, 2d, . 
LtycLtn, • 
MaltUn, . 
Mansfield, 
Marblebead, 
Marlon, . 



Marlborough, 
Matupolseti, 
Medford, . . 
Medford, Wett, 
Melrose, . 
Mtrritnoc, 
Metbaen, . 
MiddUton, 
Milford, . 
Monroe, \, 
MoDMn, . 
JfaHck, . 
New Rtdford, 
NewtonyiUe, 
Norwood, . 
Orange, . 
Orange, Nortb, 

Orleane, . 
Oxford, . 
Palmer, . 
Peabody, . 
Pigeon Coye, 
Plymouth, 
ProTioeetown 
Qulaoy, . 



Roekport, 
Rowley, . 
Saletn, • • 
8augu9, . 
Seituate, We»t, 
Shelbume FalU, 

Bblrley VUlage, 



. 20 
. 42 

. ao 

. 136 
. 802 
. 135 
. 825 
. 77 
. 5 
. 100 
. 15 
. 100 
. 20 

. 60 
. 42 
. 85 
. 12 
. 73 
. 15 
. 60 
. 10 
. 140 
. 25 
. 75 
. 55 
. 35 
. 115 
. 125 
. 100 
. 70 

. 40 
. 30 
. 100 
. 100 
. 40 
. 100 
. 125 



. 50 
. 15 
. 280 
. 42 
. 90 
. 55 

. 28 

64 



oOfnervUle, . 
SomerrlUe, Winter 

Hill, 49 

SomenftlU, We$t, . 86 
Bontbbrldge, . . 64 



1828 - 



1850-140 
1827—03 
1848-115 
1839-280 
186^100 

1826—50 

12 

1889—85 

1857—15 

50 
1859—38 
1834—74 

1882—37 
1865—18 
1840—40 

1851-115 

1883—51 
1882—25 
1855—33 
1873—65 
185»-76 
1858—83 
1878—17 

1876—25 

1876—62 
1877—53 
1889— 6 
1822—26 
1843—43 



65 1831—51 



1842—20 

1810—70 
1887—26 

1864—30 

1846—42 

1861—60 

1889—22 
1886—26 
1850-JI2 



185»-60 

1835—50 
60 
1860—25 
1847-220 
1831-280 
1837-150 
1833-661 
1837-152 

1832-306 
42 

- 181 
1843-65 

- 160 
1837—40 
1832-172 

15 
1850-130 
1840—47 
1836-85 

1837-270 

1883-100 
1878—53 
1862-73 
1871-130 
1840-178 
1852-278 
1830—62 

1840—35 

1875-120 
1851-203 
1869—65 
1886-157 
1825-125 
1845-105 

1842—40 

1829^01 
1847-105 

- 60 
1865—45 

1837—40 

1861-343 

1879-102 

00 

1837—50 



Church EdiflcM. 



Dates. Values. 



FtMchers. 



1734-10. 

1829— to. 

1876—10. 
1838— 6r. 
1875-6r. 
1838—^. 
1878— «< 
1840— M. 
w. 
1802— 6r. 
1889— M?. 
1880— jr. 
1833— ic. 
J\vp. 

1886— IT. 
I 1882— tr. 

' 1889— jr. 
1838— M). 
1836—10. 

1851— tr. 

1888- «^ 
If. 
1845— If. 
1878— «l. 
1886— f<. 
1881— tr. 
1781— to. 

Prop. 
1830— to. 
1704-rr. 
1879-«l. 
1833—10. 
1878— to. 
1826-10. 
1848— tr. 
1832— to. 

lYop. 
1867—10. 
1877—10. 
1809—^. 
1860— to. 
1882-«o. 
1871- to. 

Prop. 
1860 — ro. 

Prop. 
1868-dr. 



$7,000 
2,000 
6,000 

10,000 
5.000 

80,000 

70,000 

25,000 
160.000 

15,000 
400 

40,000 
5,000 

16,000 
2,000 
3,000 

12.000 
4.000 

16,000 

20,000 
2.000 
6,600 
1,500 
6,000 

25,000 

6,000 

10,000 

30,000 

28,000 

80,000 

4.500 

18,200 

2,000 

20,000 

12,000 
5,000 
2,000 

12,000 

12,000 
3,000 
4.000 
2,700 

25,000 

6,000 

3,200 

6,000 

100 

19,100 
1,600 

85,000 



1887-10. 13.000 
1884—10. 6,200 
1842—10. 9,000 



A. A. Rom. 

8. R. H. Bigga. 

O. W. Penniman. 
W. B. Olbba. 
G. W. Blcknell. 
R. A. G-reene. 
J. M. Pallmao, D.D. 
L. L. Brl^t. 

W. F. Doiaeaalt. 

0. Hill. 

B. Bmith. 

F. 8. Rioe. 

Or. F. Jenka. 

W.S.Woodbrldge. 

1. C. Tomlinaon. 
J. 8. Catler. 

A. C. WbUe. 
A. F. Waleh. 

8. A. Gardner. 
N. D. 8bernian. 
L. H. Fleber. 
W. H. Gould. 
G.T. Flanders, D.D. 
R. A. Wblte. 

C. 8. Klckerson. 
R. 8. Kellerman 
O. L. Paddock. 

D. Fraser. 

K. W. Preble. 



B. L. Hougbton. 

W. P. Burnell. 
•A. Tor%leff, 

B. L. HougbtOD. 

A. G. Rogers. 

B. R. H. Biggs. 

J. Orebore. 

0. A. Skinner. 

1. P. Coddlngton. 

A. A. Reed. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



33 



FarUhea. 



Churches. | 8. School*. 



Poflt-oflloea. 



Familief . Org. No. Orj;. No 



Church Edifice*. 



Spencer 90 

Bprinsfleld, ... 200 
SUntffhion, ... 100 
Siramp^oott^ . . . SO 
Taunton, .... 60 
Tifngtborcught . . 11 

WaMMd, . . . T6 
WaliAam, . . . . l&O 
^^ftZTCiif > • • • 76 
Webflter, .... 45 
WeUJl^et, .... 10 
Wcfltfield, ... 82 
Wettmintter, . . 80 
WeymovUk, Itt, - • ^ 
Wefmomth, 2d, 8., 40 
WefmentO^ 3d, y„ 32 
Wore«Bter, Ut, . .400 
Woreester, 2d, . . 100 

Wrentktnn, IT.,. . 12 
Yannoathport, . . 8u 



Totals— 122 



0,808 



I87»-*7 
18.'>&-338 
1833-112 

1826—52 
18e»— 13 

1848—18 
1874-..88 
1839— » 
1860—85 
1874— 8 
1887—13 
1822—23 

1860—67 
1874—21 
1843-245 
1885—40 



1860—18 



94-6,550 



1876-150 
1845-326 
1887-200 

- 126 
1834-135 
1886—20 

1837-112 
1865-230 
1889—80 
1862—76 
1842-12 
1886-228 

- 80 
1839-108 
1860-127 
1854—62 
1841-600 
1884-175 

25 
1851—50 



Dates. 



ValuM. 



1883— ^►r. 
1868— 6r. 
1848— to. 

Prop. 
1870— u>. 
1842— U7. 

Urop. 
1836— ic. 
1880—10. 
1837—10. 



$20,000 
48,000 
18,000 

3,600 
15.000 

2,000 

100 

1«,000 

20,000 

4.500 



10. 

Building. 
1822— M7. 
1838— to. 
1860—10. 
1860— »o. 
1871-i>r. 
1885—10. 
Prop. 
to. 
1836— «o. 



1,600 

3,000 
8,000 
5,500 
6.600 
75.000 
5,000 
3.300 
2,000 
2,600 



110-15,686' 108— $2,062,450 



Freachera. 



J. 8. Gledbtll. 
li. Oroaley. 

W. W. Hooper. 



L. L. Ore«ne. 
L. P. Blackford. 

E. W. Preble. 
D. Fraser. 

J. H. Faroeworth. 
H. W. Smith. 
B. F. Baton. 
B. F. Bowlea. 
B. F. Eaton. 
M. H. Harris. 

F. A. Gray. 



C. A. Bradley. 



Michigan. 

The State Convention, organized in 1843, meets the 
Tuesday after the first Sunday in October. The session 
of 1890 will be held at Charlotte. Prea. — Rev. Charles 
Fluhrer, D.D. ; Vice-Pres, — W. L. Snyder; Sec. — Rev. 
S. H. Robblin, Bay City ; Treas. — 15. A. Treadway, Grand 
Rapids; Trus. — David Inglis, Dr. H. A. Peterman and 
Theodore Trowbridge : Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
W. L. Gibbs, Concord; Rev. W. F. Dickerman, A. C. 
Raymond; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. M. 
Getchell. Funds, $450. 

Vice-Prea. Woman's Centenary Association — Miss Anna 
A. Johnson, Bay City. 



34 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Faridiei. 



Post-oflloM. FluniliM. 



ChiurcfaM. 


8. School*. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


1867-140 


1867-160 


1870—20 


- 26 


- - 


1882-26 


1886-^ 


1881—60 


— . 


1876-46 


1870-70 


1862—60 


1878—10 


- 80 


_ . 


1881—60 


1888-268 


1880-176 


> - 


70 


1806-26 


. . 


1868-120 


1862-216 


. - 


1877 - 


1882—40 


1876—60 


1866—24 


— _ 


— • 


1866-70 


1876—40 


1886—70 


1882—26 


1876-60 


1871—80 


1876—20 


- - 


1878—26 


1862-38 


1883—34 


1861—40 


- 


1864-128 


1866—67 


1861—86 


1861-70 


1866—80 


1860—60 


186^-90 


1866—80 


— ^ 


28-1,441 


19-1,178 



Church Edlfloea. 



Dstet. Valtwt. 



PiMcLwi. 



Bay City, .... 00 



BeiUon ffarboTt 
OarOt .... 
CharMU^ . . . 
Cli^brd, . . . 
Concord, i, . . 
Oorunna (oc.),. 
DecatUTt • • <• 
Detroit, . . . 
DowAffiao, . . 
Farminatan, (, 
Grand aapkh, 
Hanonet (oc), . 

HlUsdal 

LambtrMIlt (oc. 
Lan$ing, . . . 
Lapeer, . . . 
Liberty, k» • • 
Manchetter, . . 
Marshall, ), . . 



). 



26 
60 
40 
20 
10 
30 

226 
06 
80 

126 
10 
50 
30 
76 
60 
80 
26 
16 



Muskegon, ... 86 

Jfew Hudeon (oc.)f 26 

Port ifuron, . . . - 

Jhfrtland 64 

Rocheeter, ... 46 

TecnmBeh, |^, . . 60 

Waffne (dor.), . . 16 

Yorktl, .... 22 



1870-5r. 918,000 

Prop, 2,600 

J¥op. 300 

1881— 2,600 

1886—^. 10,000 



]866— u>. 
1872— to. 
1881— «>r. 
1881— <^ 
1860— w. 
1862—10. 
1868—10. 

1880— 6r. 

10. 

1888— 6r. 
1873— to. 
1881—10. 
1860-40. 
1880— ftr. 

/Vvp. 
1866—10. 
1868— CO. 

lYop. 
1866—10. 

Prop. 

1866— 6r. 
Prop, 
1863—10. 
1880—^. 



2,000 
2,000 
3,000 

76,000 
3,000 
1,600 

20,000 

11,000 
2,000 
6,000 
6,000 
3,000 
2,000 
6,000 
1,000 
6,000 
2,000 
800 
7.000 
8,000 
1,600 
6,000 
2,000 
1,000 
3,000 



ToUla— 28 . 1,297 



26— $204,100 



B. H. Roblln. 



F. MoAlplne. 
W. L. Olbbs. 



L. S. ICcColllater. 
K. B. Marsb. 

C. Flobrer, d.d. 

W. F. Diekerman. 



B. D. Jacobs. 
W. L. Glbbfl. 
J. If. Getchell. 

N. A . SaztoD. 



J. M. Qetebell. 



Minnesota. 

The State Convention, organized in 1866, meets on the 
second Wednesday in June. Session for 1890 at Minneap- 
olis. iVe«. — Prof . F. T. WiUson ; Vtce-Pres. — Br. L. L. 
Bennett; Treaa. — R. Blakeley; Sec. — F. P. Rundell, 
Minneapolis; Executive Committee — R. Blakeley, A. M. 
Baldwin, Lewis Lord, James McMullen, A. D. Leet, William 
Folwell, E. R. Perkins ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. L. 
G. Powers, Minneapolis, Chairman; Rev. M. D. Shntter, 
Rev. W. S. Vail, Prof. A. C. Gutterson and N. H. Heminp ; 



UNIVERSALIST REOISTER. 



35 



Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. F. Schindler. 
FnndB, $656. 

Sunday-school Convention. — Pi^es. — Rev. W. H. 
McGlauflin ; Sec. — Mrs. Nellie J. Soule, Minneapolis. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. D. A. 
Stockwell, Minneapolis. 



FUishei. 



Churchei. \ 8. Schools. 



Purt-offlon. Faiuilic*. . Org. No. Org. No. 



Church Edlfloet. 



DaUit. 



Preacherc. 



Valucii. 



Albert Lee, . 
AnokOt . . . 



26 

75 

22 
30 
17 
28 



AutHut * . * 
Zfttroitt . . • 
XSDceMor, |i . • 
GlenvUU, . . . 
Mh^nMpoiU, Itt, . flOO 

MinneapolU, 9d, . &0 
MlDDempoli«, 3d. . 60 
MinncftpoUi, Swede, 25 
OwBtODoa, ... 60 
Boelieeter, ... 100 



1876-40 
1888—30 

1883—10 
1864-600 

1886—00 

1886—19 
1876—67 
1869-146 



SHUuxUer, 
St. Paal, . 



47 
90 



I 



TotAl»— 14 . 1,217 



1887—30 



0—891 



1888— 1876— tr. $800 

Prop. 400 

1867-100 187»-ir. 4,000 

Ptop. 1,000 

1870—60 1874— If. 1,600 

- - tr, 1,000 



1864-300 

1883-126 
1886-126 
1886—18 
1867—80 
1866-160 

1860—63 
1887—66 



1876— »<. 126,000 

Prop. 8,000 

1888— 6r. 80,000 

1887— »c. 10,000 



1876— u». 
1876— 6r. 

Prop. 
186»— «^ 

Prop. 



8,600 
16,000 

1,600 
16,000 

1,000 



I 



11—1,086 1 11— $217,700 



K. P. Baldwin. 
T. J. Reid. 

W. H. Harrington. 

J. H. Tuttle, D.D. 
M.D.8huUer,A»«'t. 
8. W. Sample. 
L. G. Powera. 
A. Dellgren. 
W. F. Pechln. 
W. H. McGlauflin. 

W. 8. Vail. 



Mississippi. 



No State organization. 



Fulihes. 


Churches. 
Otj. No. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Preachers. 


PoflUoflees. Families. 


Oig. No. 


Dates. 


Values. 

$200 
400 


CartiaJonee Co.,. 6 
NhUiTama, . . - 
Webater, Wioaton 
Co., - 


1889—14 

- 40 

- 46 


- 30 


1889— IT. 
10. 


J. W. Harman. 


Total»-8. . . 6 8-99 


1— 80 

t 


2— 


$600 





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UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Missouri. 

The State Convention, organized in 1868, meets at the call 
of the Secretary. Pres. — A. R. Wolcott ; Vice-Pres. — Job 
Dobson; Sec. — E. W. Fullerton, Laredo, Grundy County ; 
Treas. — Samuel Newton; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
R. P. Rayner, La Plata; C. T. Grinnett, H. Ellsworth; 
Missionary Committee — J. H. Shutts, W. T. Munson, J. T. 
Schnelle. 

Vice-Ptes, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. J. G. 
Hull, Kansas City. 



Pvishei. 


Charchet. 


8. 8chooU. 


Church EdifloM. 


Prrarhm. 


Poct-offlcet. Faniiliei. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. ValuM. 




Covin ffton (oc.Tt • 48 
Fairfield 8ch. Bouee, - 
OUnwoodt ... 80 
Oold4borought . . 4 
Oculd Farm, i, . - 
Kkimu Cfty {oc.)^ 20 
KingnUU {oc.)t . - 
LaCroM (m.) . . 16 
Marion Oenlret i. . 10 
Millenville. ... 20 
MorUsy (oc.), . . 8 
8i. PauVe, Green 
Ridge, .... 4 

Tina, - 

WMteetfUU, ... 20 
Wiilowvale (oc.), . 10 
XenlA, Patn»m Co., 10 


1866-63 
1887—9 
1886-68 
1886-10 

" 12 
1874-80 

- 17 
1864—86 
1887—20 

1887- 9 
1887—18 
1886—46 

- 20 
14 


1886—70 
1888-20 


Prop, $600 
1867-10. 600 
1888— CO. 1,000 


8. Hall. 

R. P. Rayner. 

A. ICUler. 

L. J. Spenoer. 


Totale-16 . . 104 j 18-866 


2-^00 


2- $2,100 





Nebraska. 

Officers of the Conference : Pres, — Rev. E. H. Chapln, 
Lincoln ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. J. Ittner, York ; Bee, Sec, — 
Mrs. Ellen Stockton, Waverly ; Cor, Sec, — J. D. P. Small, 
York; Trus. — Mrs. J. Ittner, Rev. E. H. Chapln, Mrs. 
Juliet Howe. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



37 



Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. K. A. 
H. Chapin, Lincoln. 



Farishca. 


ChUTChM. 


8. Schooli. 


Church Ediflcet. 


Prmchfn. 


Poflt^fficec. FWniliec 


Oif. Ifo. 


Org. No. 


Date*. ValuM. 




Lincoin 45 

MarbU Prtcinci^ i, 6 
TecumMht ... 16 
Tork^i, .... 10 


1887—16 

1881—11 
1883-15 
1879-31 


1888—50 

1882-40 
1879—60 


1871— tr. $0,200 
Prop. 10,000 
1882— ir. 800 
1882— U7. 3,500 
1880— M>. 1,700 


B. H. Chapin. 
E. H. Chapfn. 


TotAl*-4 . . 77 


4—72 


3-150 


4- $25,200 





New Hampshire. . 

The State Convention, organized in 1832, meets on the 
first Wednesday in October. Pres, — Hon. Joseph Kidder, 
Manchester; Vice-Pres. — Rev. A. P. Rein, Concord ; Sec, 
— Rev. B. G. Russell, Marlboro' ; Treas, — Dr. Hiram Hill, 
Manchester ; Trus. — Mrs. Loretta Foster, Weare ; Hon. M. 
Humphrey, Concord; Rev. G. L. Demarest, D.D., Man- 
chester; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. W. H. Morrison, 
Manchester, Chairman; Rev. M. L. Cutler, Rev. W. H. 
Trickey, Hon. H. W. Parker, Charles Fairbanks. Session 
for 1890 will be held at Dover. Convention Funds, 81,946. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. S. II. 
MeCollister, Marlborough. 

Associations. — 1. Cheshire^ organized in 1824, meets 
on the first Wednesday in September. A. O. Adams, East 
Jaflfrey, Clerk. 

2. Rockingham^ organized in 1824, meets on the second 
Wednesday in September. C. E. Cilley, Kingston, Clerk. 

The State Sunday-school Convention meets on the Tues- 
day before the State Convention. Pres. — Hon. Hosea W. 
Parker; Sec. — Miss Belle McDuff; Treas. — Miss Maria 
F. Kidder, Manchester. 



38 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



FurUhM. 



Fbit-oflloea. Families 



AUtsad, .... 40 
Aikinmut (oe.), . . 84 
B^ninaUm (oe.)f • 80 
B«rilnFalLi,. . . 06 
Oentre karbor 

itummer),. . . 12 
Olaremont, ... 120 
Omo9rd, .... 120 

Oroif€lim 24 

Dover 105 

XMtJam'ey, . . 80 

Et^/Uld^ .... 37 

Oorbam, . . . . M 

HtHiniheTf ... 32 

mn§dal€, . . . M 

JTeene (dor.), . . 20 

XmHniftOH (oc.), . 26 

Kingston 60 

ManeliMter, ... 276 

Marlborough, . . 44 



Itarlow (oc.)i . . 20 

NMbua 280 

Newport^ .... 40 
Jfo. ChaHe$toum, |, SO 
NoUlngbam, |, . . 18 

Plymouth, ... 80 
Porttmouih, ... 80 

BachesteTt ... 60 

So. Newbury (oc.)t 25 

So. Kewmarkat, . 46 

So, Weartt ... 20 

SuUon(oc.),. . . 20 

Wamer {dor.), . . 21 

Weare (oc.),. . . 20 

Wmtworth, I, . . 00 

W. ChetUrJUld, . 50 
Wtetmoreland (dor.) ,26 
W. Rumney (mm- 

tner) 40 



Charchei. 



Org. No. 



8. School*. 



Org. No 



Church EdIfloM. 



Dates. Values. 



W. 8toanMep(dor.)t 
Winche^ert ... 46 



ToUls—SO 2,122 



1878—16 



1889—18 

1884— 6 
1834—88 
1803-45 
1862— 
1883—68 
1868—68 

1850-24 
1888—16 

1874—24 
1876—26 

1878—20 
1842-208 
1876—46 



1880>228 



1881—26 
1806-00 

1874—26 



18 
20 

1840—26 



22-1,074 



1888-00 
1877—22 



1880-00 



1837-124 
1843—80 
1882—30 
1883-142 
1868—56 



1887—00 
1881—40 
1873-00 

1868—28 
1868—00 
1844-160 
1852-102 



1887—30 

1887-186 
1862—36 



1876—20 

1882—40 
1831-100 

1881—60 

16 

1873—60 



1800—38 
1802-05 

1878-50 

1838—60 

2»-l,822 



1842—10. t2,000 
1842-^. 2,600 



1887—10. 4,000 



188S-dr. 
1842-6r. 
w. 
xdoS Or. 
1846—10. 

Prop. 
1863— to. 

rnrp. 
1882— to. 
1876—10. 



12,000 

26,000 

1,600 

25,000 

8,000 

100 

2,600 

1,000 

2,500 

7,500 



to. 
1878— to. 
1838—10. 
1862— to. 
Prop. <ft 

1876—10. 

Prop. 

1880— Sr, 

1830— 2>r 



2,600 

7,000 

26,000 

8,800 

Fund; 

2,800 

2.000 

1,100 

, 30,000 

. 5,000 



1881— to. 3,000 

Fund$ 2,000 

1884-^. 6,000 

1808— to. 10,000 

Prop. 2,000 

Prop. 100 

1873— to. 12,000 

Prop. 800 

Prop. 500 



Uo. 

Un. 
1880— to. 
1834—10. 

1884—10. 

Prop. 

1885—10. 

1706— fo. 



2,600 
3,800 

800 

100 

2.000 

4,000 



28— $222,200 



J. P. BMUnan. 

T. BtnUton. 
L. O. WliUftou. 
T. W. UlauuD. 

F. A. DllliQgbam. 
M. L. OutlMT. 

M. L. Catler 
B. K. Rum. 
J. L. Seoborla. 
D. L. Blaher. 



J. Eastwood. 
W. H. Morriaon. 
B. G. Ruaaeil. 



H. B. Bmltb. 

G. L.DemareatiD.D. 
T. Btratton. 



W. H. Triekey. 



H. G. Dunham. 
D. L. Flahar. 



New Jersey. 

The State Coaventioa, organized in 1845, meets the second 
Wednesday in October. The session of 1890 will be held as the 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



39 



Execntive Committee shall appoint. Pres. — J. I. Benedict, 
Englewood; Viee-Pres. — C. F. Osgood; Sec. — Rev. E. 
Morris, Hightstown ; Treas. — A. R. Hopping, Newark ; 
Tnis. — J. R. Norton, A. J. Newberry, D. S. Williams, W. 
R. Norton, R. C. Washbume, C. B. Smith ; Committee of 
FeOcwship — Rev. Asher Moore, Hammonton ; C. C. Blanvelt, 
E. W. WooUey ; Oecasional Preacher — Rev. G. W. Barnes. 
Vtce-Pres. Woman' 8 Centenary Association — Miss Mary 
Norton, Hightstown. 



FlvUhM. 


Chorchei. 


S. SchooU. 
Org. No, 


Church £diflc«<. 


I^WAclitftrfl 


PMUoflteai. Familiei. 


Oig. No. 


Date*. Values. 




OoodLaek, ... 20 
HMnnooton, . . 16 
HlgtaMowD, . . . 60 

•/oTMy Ott^* ... 100 
Jfmoarkt . . . .170 
Bparta {dor.), . . 20 
Wiretown, ... 26 


1868-20 
1867-83 

1872—86 
1862-170 

1867—24 


1886— «2 
1860—20 
1840-00 

1871-180 
1844-286 

1867-80 


1876—^. $8,000 
1887— w. 2,800 
1870— 6r. 12,000 

Prop. 6,000 
1872— &r. 16,000 
1878— ftr. 76,000 

Prop. 17,000 
1860--U;. 1,200 


O. W. Barnw. 

A. Moor«. 

B. Morrte. 

J. F. TbompMn. 
W. 8. Crowe, d.d. 

O. W. BarnM. 


ToUto— 7 . . 400 


6-882 


6-617 


6— $137,000 





New York. 

The State Convention, organized in 1825, meets on the first 
Tuesday in October. The session of 1890 will be held at 
Aabum. Pres, — Hon. J. C.Graves, Buffalo; Vice-Pres, 

— Rev. Asa Saxe, D.D. ; Treas. — C. C. Terry, Hudson ; 
Sec. — Rev. R. E. Sykes, Little Falls ; Committee ofFdlow- 
ship — Rev. F. J. Chase, Rochester; Rev. O. M. Hilton, 
Rev. W. B. Randolph, Rev. Asa Saxe, D.D., L. S. Freeman, 
George W. Townsend, J. D. Whipple ; Trus. — Rev. A. Gun- 
nison, D.D., J. Y. Watkins, Rev. D. M. Hodge, Hon. C. H. 
Russell, Henry C. Adams and L. B. Wing ; Missionary Board 

— I. M. Atwood, D.D., Canton; A. Gunnison, D.D., Asa 
Saxe, D.D., Lyman Bickford, C. C. Terry, L. S. Fre^ 



40 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Rev. R. E. Sykes ; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. 

C. H. Eaton, D.D. ; Treas. New York UniverscUist Relief 
Fund — Hon. George H. Foreter, New York City. Fund 
amounts to $47,299.14. Other trust funds, $52,371.78. 

Western New York Sunday-school Institute — C. N. Hem- 
iup, Geneva, President. 

Sunday-school Institute of New York City and Vicinity — 
L. Ames, Jersey City, Secretary. 

Vice-Ptes. Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. U. C. 
Walker, Watertown. 

Associations. — 1. Oenesee^ organized as the Erie in 
1833, and name changed to Oenesee in 1834, meets on the 
fourth Wednesday in June. Rev. H. W. Hand, Hunts, 
Clerk. Session for 1890 at Le Roy. 

2. CJienangOj organized in 1823, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. A. R. Fenner, Columbus, Clerk. 

3. Cayuga^ organized in 1823, meets on the first Wednes- 
day in June. 

4. Black Rivety organized in 1823, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Rev. B. Brunning, Fulton, Clerk. 
Session for 1890 at Henderson. Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon — Rev. W. I. Towsley. 

5. St. Lawrence^ organized in 1828, meets on the last Fri- 
day evening of September and the following Saturday and 
Sunday. Session for 1890 at Potsdam. Preacher of Occa- 
sional Sermon — Rev. I. M. Atwood, D.D. J. S. Lee, 

D. D., Canton, Clerk. 

6. Chautauqua^ organized in 1833, meets on the first 
Thursday and Friday in June. Rev. R. D. Towne, Sherman, 
Clerk. 

1. Otsego^ organized in 1834, meets on the third Wednes- 
day in June. Frank G. Jervis, Fly Creek, Cle^'k. Session 
for 1890 at Fly Creek. 

8. Steuben^ organized in 1834, meets on the third 
Wednesday in June. J. H. Stevens, Clerk. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



41 



9. Ontario^ organized in 1884, meets on the second 
Wednesday in Jnne. Myron F. Pierson, Seneca Castle, 
Clerk. Session of 1890 at Newark. Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon — Rev. O. M. Hilton. 

10. AUeghany^ organized in 1835, meets on the fourth 
Wednesday in Jane. Rev. F. M. Alvord, Friendship, Clerk. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. William Knott. 

11. Central, organized as the Western in 1806, name 
changed to Central in 1826, meets on the first Wednesday in 
Jnne. Rev. A. H. Marshall, Madison, Madison County, 
Clerk. 

12. Moluiwkj organized as the Constitutional in 1826, 
name changed to Mohawk in 1828, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. B. W. Yale, Clerk. 

13. Niagara, organized in 1833, meets on the third 
Wednesday and Thursday in June. Session for 1890 at 
Lockport. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. F. J. 
Chase. Rev. E. Hathaway, Middleport, Clerk. 



Pariabc*. 


Churches. 


S. Schoola. 
OrR. j No. 


Church Edifices. 
Datcii. ValiK's. 


Pr^ftchers. 


Foat-oAccs. Fuiiilies. 


Otk- No. 




A/ton^ 26 

Albsay, .... 40 
Alexander (oe.)« . 15 
Attica idor,), . . SO 
Anbam, .... 120 
Bamee* Core, (oc), 80 
Bemme PtHnt (oc.), 10 
Biack Lake, ^, . . 30 
Boelon (dor.), . . 40 
Braman*9 Gor, (fic), 21 
Bnoehport, ... 20 

Bridgewster, 1, . . 30 
Brier BUI, \, . . 20 
Brtetol, .... 80 

Brooklyn, let, , . 245 
Brooklyn, All 
Bonis 200 

Brooklyn, 3d, , . 40 
Brooklyn, 4tb, . . 126 
Brooklyn, 6th, 
Pro»p€et£reight9, 26 


1870—12 
1885-40 
1842—30 
1873-30 
1835-230 
- 29 
12 
1883—18 

1874—50 
1867—60 

1873—22 
1873— 5 
1871—48 

184^238 

1846-367 

18.57—86 
1888-83 


1886—20 
1870—60 

1840-180 

1887—66 

30 

1876—40 

1868—16 

1880—40 

1863-135 

1883-300 

1846-600 

1858—65 
1886-220 

1888—20 


w. $1,0(K) 

1888-6r. 18,000 

1883— U7. 1,000 

Prop. 2,000 

1847— 6r. 30,000 

1883— M7. 2,000 

1844— eo. 1,000 

w. 3,500 

1853— *r. 3,000 

Prop. 4,000 
1833— JT. 3,W0 
1860— jf. 1,600 
1861— U7. 6,tK)0 

Prop. 2,000 
1884— ^r. 80,000 

1874— i»r. 80,000 
Prop. 2,000 
Prop. 4,000 

1888— «»r. 16,000 

Prop, 260 


D. W. Lam ph ear. 
T.O. Manrin. 

J.M. Bartholomew. 

Q. C. MuDBon. 

N. B. Spicer. 

H. O.Sommera. 
H. C. Munson. 
B. B. Barber. 

A. J.Canfield, D.D. 

A. Oannlson, D.D. 

J. R. Taber. 
A. Conklln. 

J. Taylor. 



42 



UNIVERSALIST BE6ISTBR. 



ParidiM. 



Fbtt-oflloM. FkmiliM. 



GhinehM. 



Oig. No. 



8. Schools. 



Oig. Mo. 



Churoh Edlfloes. 



DalM. ValiMt. 



BrowDsrille, (, . . 

Bt^fbio 1S6 

OuloD, . . . .116 

CMUmtvOU (dor.), , 90 

C^rlotteidar.), . 10 

ChurcAvUUt L . . 10 

01c«ro, 46 

CUreodon, ... 43 

CIIAon Springs, . 86 

OllntoOt .... 62 

OohodoH (pc.),. . 10 

ChUUrwoUU{dor.)t 20 

Oolmnbu; ... 26 

0otU9U9t .... 26 

€oop«rtioumt . . 66 

Ooift 86 

Cortland, .... 60 

OowUnUUidar,), 20 

(Ai6a, 20 

Dexter, | ST 

Ktui Aurora^ . . 26 

EddvtilU (dor.), . 10 

Bdwards, |, . . ; 80 

JOUMmrg, ... 60 

jPairAaoen, ... 40 

(P. O. Albion.) 

J^alrport (dor,), . 10 
Farmtr VlUagt 

(oc), .... 18 

Fly OreOtt ... 20 



Fort Plain, . 
Frankfort, 4, 
Friondahip, . 
Fnlton, . . 



100 
80 
38 
40 
26 

62 
26 



Ottwa 

GraTeavUlek |, . 

Or^envtood^ |, . . 12 

Oroton, .... 40 

Halght*a Oomen, |, 20 

Halleaboro, |, . . 80 

SamiUon, ... 86 

Hammond, |, . . 14 

BammMUo/unit . . 16 

Bdii/brd (oc), . 20 

^«fia«r«>fi, ... 00 

Herkimer, ... 66 

BoimetvOU (dor,), 10 

ifowleU BUildor.), 10 



1868—0 
1886-140 
1861—86 
18n-22 

1866—42 

1887—60 
1862-60 

1868—60 

162»-8(^ 

1876—30 
1840—18 

1868—70 
1886.^84 

1872—60 



1878-20 
1800—41 
1878—16 

1888—11 
1871—86 
1870-80 



. 86 
1860—48 

1876-814 
1850—38 
1867^60 
1840-46 
1877—28 

1876-68 



- 14 
1888—86 

1846—20 

in6-60 

1870-20 
1868—20 



1868-46 
1882-66 



1886-201 
1870-126 
1876—86 

1867-86 
1860-80 
1860—70 

1866-108 



20 
1880-38 
1868—40 
1880-67 
1888-40 
1880—60 



1870-60 
1867—68 
1878—12 

1886-65 
1872-60 
1888-86 



1886—86 

1883-160 
1860— 



1840—60 
1874-66 

1880-28 



1866— 
1880-70 

1870-30 

- 80 

1880-86 

1871—14 
1866—60 



1877—46 
1877—60 



1868— 
1866— 6r. 
1827— 6r. 
1870-10. 
1862— w. 
1888— w. 
1868-M. 
1887-el. 

1868—10. 
Prop. 
1872-6r. 
le. 
1876—10. 
1870—10. 
1874— w. 
1860-40. 
1888—10. 
1837-ii<. 

PT09» 

1848—10. 
1871— 6r. 
1841— to. 
1843—10. 
to. 
1887— Un. 
1830—10. 



^ropw 
1883-10. 

1852—10. 
1861—10. 

tTOp* 
1833- 



1866— flo. 
1866-6r. 
1884- 6r. 
^top» 



1846— 6r. 

rT9p» 

1863—10. 

1843-tf. 

Avp. 

to. 

to. 

1886-^w. 

Pr9p, 

1870-co. 



Ptifpt 
Prop, 

1880—10. 

188»-6r. 

10. 

10. 



fUOO 

86,000 
7,000 
2,600 
2,000 
4,000 
4,000 
8,600 
1,400 
6,000 
8.000 

16.000 
3,000 
8,000 
6,000 
6,000 
0,000 
8,600 

16,000 
3,600 
2,600 
8,000 
1,600 
2,000 
1,000 
1,300 
2,000 
2,600 
2,400 
2,000 

3,000 
2,000 
1,600 

20,000 
8,600 
3,600 

10,000 

4,000 

200 

8,000 

4,100 

600 

1,800 
1,000 
1,600 
1,600 
4,000 
2,000 
3.000 
2,600 
800 
1,000 
8,000 
10,000 
8,000 
1,200 



R. Flak, D.D. 
J. K. Maaon. 
W. T. Btowe. 



F, O, AmdrmM. 
F. B. Peek. 

O. M. Hilton. 

a. W. Baebam. 



I. B. Rider. 
B. Hathaway. 
U. Mltehell. 



R. Flak. 

J. 8. Lee, d.d. 
T. Borden. 



O. F. Dodge. 

B. A» Perry. 
D. Ballon. 
W.Knott. 
B. Brannlng. 



D. Ballon. 



A. H. MarehaU. 
H. 0. Mnnaon. 



UKIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



43 



FuUlu 



PMt-oflkM. IVuDnJlii 



Chorehes. 



Oig. No 



8. Schools. Church Edifloai. 



Praachara. 



Org. No. DaIm. ValiMs. 



HadaoD, 



96 

12 
37 

SO 
10 
40 
10 
10 
10 
65 



(<for.), • . 

HunUnston, . . . 

Indian Falis, . . 
^mneatovm (dor.), 
Java ioe.)t . . . 
KtUogtvilU (dor.), 
KtndaU (oe.)f • - 
XirknllU (oc.). . - 
Zm (kntrt (oc.)f • 
Le Roy, .... 

Letfdtm {oc.), . . 
U»l« Falls, . . . 
£/>ckpoTtt ... * 
MaoedoD 

Madlflon, i, . . . 
Madrid (oc.)> . . 
Malooe, .... 
MeLMUi, I, . . 
JKEcico, 4, . . . 
MiddUporU ' . 

MUdUvUU, . . 

jmtnasn, ... 

Mobawk, . . . 

MauHeetlo (oc.), 
ICoirto, ... 

MoUMU (oe.), . 
If t. VemoD, . . 
Jfat^ral Bridgt, i, 40 
Newark, .... 40 

^€wportf .... 30 
y0OvUl€,l, ... 90 
Naw York, 3d, ^ . 65 

Kew York, 3d, . . IM 
N«w York, 4tb. . S80 



IS 
90 
95 
60 

38 
83 
41 

100 
25 

106 

40 



85 
37 

16 
47 



New York, 6th, . - 
JTm TorkMUtian, 150 
mcholvUU {dor.}, 15 
North Bloonfleld, . 62 

Iforih BrookJUtd, k* 80 
JTcLUcAJUldioc.), 80 
JTorth Bidg4, i, . 80 
NonhBalem, . . 80 

Nooda 40 

Hyaek, 34 

deoU^i 85 



1817— n 

1873-29 



18n— 81 
1844—70 



1870—86 
1872—54 



1868-160 
1850-^99 
1874-68 

1886—13 
1853—22 
' 89 
1880—87 
1868—80 
1876-51 

1868—85 

1878—18 

1829—46 
82 

1843-66 



1860—80 
1872-.66 
1843-67 

1868—86 
1880-90 
1869-«3 

1884-100 
1888^400 



- 18 
1874-46 



1882-40 

1840—85 
1872—28 
1858—25 



1880-180 



1886-34 

1880—80 
1875—45 
1878-^50 



1870—60 
1860—10 



1850-144 
1868-120 
1871-140 

1886—10 

- 40 

86 

1889—60 
1867—99 
1836-126 

1868-88 
1855—40 



35 
45 



1876-90 
1876-45 
1842—56 

1885—25 
1880—76 
1869-143 

183<^158 
1888-325 



1869-360 
1856—45 

1887—40 
1882-80 

185&-60 

1874—50 



18 7— 6r. 

Prop. 
1860—10. 
187U-<o. 

Prop. 
1880—11?. 

Ptop. 

VD. 

to. 
1876—10. 
1834—10. 
1880-^. 
Prop. 
1879— U7. 
1868— 6r. 
1843— «<. 
1873—10. 

1821— to. 

1842— 

1847—10. 

1846—10. 

1871—10. 

1843-«i. 

Prop. 
1883— 
1829— «o. 

Prop. 
1851— Jr. 

1842— U7. 

Prop. 

to. 

1869-10. 

1870— 10. 

1872-6r, 

Prop. 

1843—10. 

Un. 

1880-«<. 

1866— «<. 

Prop. 

Prop, 

Un. 

1872—10. 

Prop. 
1847—10. 
1847—10. 
1868— »r. 
1868-10. 

Prop. 
1872-Sr. 
1872—10. 
\6b»—f>r, 



162,000 
31.000 
2,U00 
5,000 
3,000 
2,000 
800 

2,000 
2,000 
1,000 
4,000 
4,000 
6,000 
1,500 

25,000 

11,000 
A br. 

10,000 
4.000 
3,000 
6,000 
2,000 
6,000 

10.000 
6,000 
8,000 
7,000 
1,000 
4.000 
• 3.000 
1,200 
5,000 
1,000 
6,000 
3,000 

13,000 

700 

4,000 

A br. 
30,000 
65.000 

db br. 

420,000 
20,000 
15,000 

6,000 
4,000 
8,000 

11,000 
4,500 

10,000 
9.000 

15,000 
6,000 
5,000 



V. E. Tomllneon. 
F. L. ICaMeek. 



C. L. Haekell. 



R. B. Svkee. 
O. W. Powell. 

O. L. Walte. 
A. H. If artball. 



I. B. Rider. 

B. W. Fuller. 
J. D. Oorby. 
O. Adami. 



J. R. Taber. 

L. Rice. 

J. H. Moore. 



B. W. Fuller. 

D. M. Hodge. 

B. C. Bollee, d.d. 

C. H. Baton, d.d. 
J. Taylor. 

W. B. Randolph. 



T. B. Latbrop. 

J. J. Brayton. 
J. R. Johnaou. 



44 



UNIVfiRSALIST REGISTER. 



Fariihet. 



Po§t-ofBoei. Families. 



Charches. 



Org. No 



S. Schools. 



Oix- No. 



Church Ediflcei. 



Dates. 



Yalues. 



Preachen. 



One&niat . . 
OrangevdU, . 
Oswego, . . 
Oaiford, . . 
PatilUnit • * 
Perry, . . . 



Photnix (oc.)t • 
PierreiMnt (oc.)» 

PoolfUU^ i. . . 
PorUandt I, . . 
PoUdam, . . . 



80 
6 
63 
60 
30 
67 

30 

16 
38 
80 
90 



PonghkeepHe (dor.), - 

Pretion (oc.)i • • 12 

Richfield 20 

BichJUld SpringSt 60 

Rldgewny, ... 40 

PipUy (dor.), . . 26 
Rochester, 1st, . .175 

Rochester, 2d, . . 53 

BockdaU {dor.)t . 10 

Rome (oc), . . . - 

Salamanca (oc), . 10 

SalUlmry Centre t . 12 

Sandueku (dor.), . 10 

Schuyler eiMkBt . 16 

ScipiOt 75 

STierbume, ... 40 

Bhermsn, .... 65 

Smithvilleidor.),. 6 

Somerville (,oc.)i . 25 

South DannilUt . - 

So. Edmeeton, |, . 4 

Sonthold, .... 44 

dtrllle (dor.), . 10 

Engfleid, ... 20 

kville (oc), . 16 
St. Johntville (oc). 20 

Stockton, .... 10 

Btockholm Depot, . - 

Sv^ocuM^ .... 90 

Trenton Falls, \, . 20 

Troy, 76 

Tuner, 25 

^merLUle,. . . 30 

tftlea (Central), . 106 

Utlca, 2d, .... 20 

Van HomwilU (oc),45 

Victor, 70 

ViUanoDa (oc), . 20 

Watertown, ... 160 



1883-66 

1882—46 
1860-^0 

1843-106 



1882-100 

1877—60 
1862—60 

1840-05 



1842—12 

1888-80 1885-64 

- 25 - - 

1857—80 1840-100 



31 
1878—40 
1880-16 
1872—10 
1860-286 

1884—68 
1873—80 



- 23 
1862-76 
1876—60 

1890-312 

1875-125 
1878-31 



1870-52 - 



7 - 
60 



1879—40 
1846-60 



70 
1878-35 
1874—80 

SO 



1880—24 1879—30 

25-32 

1878—30 

1876—14 

- 10 - 

! 1888—21 1888—40 

1864—30 ] 1861—70 

1827-128 1838-160 
1861—25 I 1876—30 
1880—60 ' 1841-60 
1831-125 I 1850-165 

. 188»-80 

- I - 36 
1856—60 1862-156 

1880—80 



I 



1822-184 - 160 



1879-40. 

to. 
1884— ^>r. 
1867— ti). 

to. 

1862— to. 

Prop. 



$4,000 
1,500 

17,000 
4.500 
8.000 

10.000 
8,000 



Un. 
1841-to. 
1884— to. 

Prop. 
1876— «l. 

Prop. 



to. 

1838— •<. 
1835— to. 

1846—^. 

Prop. 

1882—10. 

Un. 

1861— to. 

10. 

1843 -to. 



1877—10. 

1867— to. 

to. 

1846—10. 



Un. 

1836- to. 

w. 

to. 

Un. 

TO. 

1888— ir. 
1870— 6r. 
1839— to. 
1836— *r. 
1856—10. 
1«31— 10. 
1851— rf. 

Prop. 
1888—10. 

Prop. 

185(V-ftr. 
Prop. 



1.800 
2,600 
2,500 
6,000 
10.000 
1,600 



1,000 
3.000 
4,000 
3,000 

40,000 

15,000 

7,000 

6,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1.000 
6,000 
6,000 
2.500 
8.000 
2,000 
2,000 



4,000 
1,000 
2,000 



2,000 

3.000 
80,000 

3,600 
30.000 

2,600 

4,000 
80,000 

1,800 
000 

1,000 

800 

10.000 

4,000 



1862— ftr. 
Prop. 



80,000 
12,000 



C. P. Hall. 

I. Towsley. 
Amanda Deyo. 

D. W. Lampbear. 
8. A. Whitoomb. 



J. 8. Lee, d.d. 



F. E. Webster. 



8. R. Ward. 
H. B. Howell. 

A. Saze, d.d. 

F. J. Chase. 



B. D. Towne. 



J. H. Ballon. 



lie. B. Fisher. 
F. W. Betts. 
D. Ballon. 
J. D. Corby. 



C. B. Rioe. 
O. A. Bahlin. 

J. F. Leiand. 

R. FIsk, D.D. 



UXIYEKSALIST REGISTER. 



45 



FtriahM. 


Churches. 


8. School*. 


Church Ediflcw. 


PpttA<*h#rB 


Poit-oflloes. Funilln. 


Org. No. 


Orjj. No. 


DiUes. Value*. 




W§b9hr 28 

We9t ffenrMta, . 10 
WhltesvUle, ... 36 
Tortahire, ... 9 


1871—10 
1879-96 
1866—66 
1859—80 


1871—74 ; 1844— «<. $3,500 
- 1877—10. 3,000 
1864—76 186»-to. 2,5(K) 
- - Un. 


C. Palmatier. 

Bmma B. Bailry. 
I. K. Richardsun. 


Tota]»-ie6 . 6,929 


126-6,937 


113-8,485 163— $1,794,960 





North Carolina. 

No Convention. Vice-Pres. Woma7i*s Centenary Associa- 
tion — Mrs. Julia E. Outlaw, Dover, Craven County. 



Fuuhea. 


ChuTchet. 


S. School*. 


Church Ediflci-*. 




Pott-oflieea. 


FuniliM. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Outlaw's Bridge, . 40 

Klnaton 60 

Taylor's Bridge, . 60 


80 

- 92 

- 118 


Un. 26 


- $400 

- - 200 

- - 600 


D. B.Clayton. 
D. B. Clayton. 
D. B. Clayton. 


Totals — 3 . . 140 


'3—266 


1—25 


3— $1,200 





North Dakota. 

The First Universalist Parish of North Dakota was organ- 
ized at Crystal, Pembina County, in 1889, by Rev. J. M. 
Westfall. Eighteen members. 



Ohio. 

The State Convention, organized in 1826, meets on the 
Thursday before the first Sunday in June, or at the call of 
the Executive Committee. Pres. — A. B. Tinker, Akron; 
Vice-Pna. — Rev. J. H. Blackford, Eldorado; Sec. — 
Rev. J. W. Henley, D.D,, Fountain Park ; TVccw. — W. D. 



46 UKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

Sibley, North Lewisburg; Tma, — Rev. E. W. Whitney, 
W. H. Slade, Rev. C. E. Nash; State SuperirUendent — 
Rev. H. L. Canfield, D.D., Bellville; CommiUee of FeUow- 
ship — Rev. J. H. Blackford, Eldorado; Rev. A. Willson, 
Ravenna; B. F! Beane, M.D., Eldorado, Secretary; W. S. 
Cox, M.D., Saint Paris ; Miss Ida Sibley, North Lewisburg ; 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon^ 1890 — Rev. W. M. Jones, 
Columbus; AUemate — Rev. Harry L. Canfield. 

The Convention has funds amounting to $15,560, includ- 
ing bequests not yet available. 

The Ministerial Relief Fund consists of $500 invested, 
and notes, etc., amounting to about $300 additional. 

Ohio Woman's UniverscUist Missionary Association. — 
Pres. — Rev. A. E. Danforth, Kent; Sec. — Mrs. Martha 
Moore Stryker; Treas. — Mrs. L. J. Canfield, Bellville; 
Organizer — Miss Mary Grace Webb, Mogadore. 

T?ie Ministerial Association meets on Tuesday before the 
session of the Convention. Pres. — Rev. H. L. Canfield, 
D.D., Bellville; Vice-Pres. — Rev. Mrs. A. E. Danforth; 
Sec. — Rev. A. Willson. 

The Sunday-school Convention meets on Wednesday 
preceding the Convention. Pres. — Rev. J. F.Rice, Coe 
Ridge; 1st Vice-Pres. — Rev. A. E. Danforth; 2d Vice- 
Pres. — Rev. W. M.Jones; Sec. — ^Miss Lillie Simmons; 
Treas. — E. D. Smith, Blanchester. Funds, $1,000. 

Vice-Pres. Woman* s Centenary Association — Mre. A. M. 
Littell, Nos. 5 and 7 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati. 

Associations. — 1. Central^ organized in 1824, meets 
Thursday before the first Sunday in September. Clerk — 
John Potter, Flint. 

2. Western Reserve^ organized in 1833, meets the first 
Saturday in September. Clerk — Rev. Andrew Willson, 
Ravenna. 

3. Miami y organized in 1835, meets on the Friday before 



r3nTEESALI5T REGISTER. 47 



the third Sonday in Aognst. Sec. — Miss Lizzie W. Bacon , 
Wyoming, HamUton County. 

4. Washington^ organized in 1834, meets Friday before 
the fourth Sonday in Aognst. Cl^k — Miss Caroline Curtis, 
LittJe Hocking. 

5. Ballauj organized in 1842, meets on Friday before the 
foorth Sunday in September. Clerk — J. W. West, Far- 
mer's Station. 

6. ChUia, organized in 1845, meets Friday before the 
third Sunday in August. 

7. Huran^ organized in 1841, meets Friday before tlio 
third Sunday in May. 

8. Montgomery^ organized in 1840, meets on Thursday 
before the second Sunday in October. Clerk — I. S. Wenger, 
Wileys. 

9. Murray y organized in 1836, meets Friday before the 
last Snnday in August. Clerk — Mrs. E. S. Bissell, Chagrin 
Falls. 

10. Xorth Western y oi^anized in 1860, reorganized 1888, 
meets Friday before the last Sunday in August. Clerk — 
G. W. Hayward, Lyons. 

11. Scioto y organized in 1842, meets Friday before the 
first Sunday in May. Clerk — J. Tener, Sinking Spring. 

12. Winchester J organized in 1842, meets at the call of 
the officers. Clerk — S. Darrow, Fountain Park. 

Official List of Ministers in ^Fellowship tvith the Ohio 
Vhiversalist Convention.— G. S. Abbott,* T. P. Abell, W. 
M.^Backus, W. S. Bacon, A. K. Beem, J. H. Blackford, F. 
F. Buckner, S. Crane, D.D., S. P. Carlton, O. Cone, D.D., 
C. C. Connor, Henry L. Canfield, D.D., Harry L. Canfield, 
N. Crary, Mrs. A. E. Danforth, Alfred Day,* E. Dick,* 
J. W. Henley, D.D., S. Hovey,* T. H. Johnson,* W. M. 
Jones, J. W. McMaster, Stanford Mitchell, C. E. Nash, N. 

* Superannuated. 



48 



UMYERSA.LI8T REGISTER. 



R. Qaackenbush, A. L. Rice, J. F. Rice, J. Richardson, 
W. D. Shipman, W. Tucker, D.D., A. Willson, E. W. 
Whitney, F. M. Yates. 

Licentiates. — Rev. W. M. Andrews, Mrs. M. V. An- 
drews, Miss Henrietta G. Moore. 



Pariahet. 



ChurehM. 



Post-offlcei. 



Families, i Org. No 



8. BchooU. 



Otg. No. 



Cburch EdiflcM. 



Dates. 



Values. 



Praaehen. 



Adrian^ .... 20 

Akron, 275 

Aldfr Chapelt i, . 20 

(P. 0.,W. Canaan.) 

AUica (m.), ... 36 

Bainbridge (oc), . 17 

(P. C, BlMeU.) 

BellTille, i, ... 30 

Belpre, l«t, 4, . . 24 

(P. C, Rockland.) 

Bclpre, 2d, 4, . . 21 

(P. C.LU. Hocking.) 

Berne; 10 

(P. O., Wakeup.) 

BevevlUf • • • * ■■ 

Blanche»tert i, . . 65 

Brlmfleld, |, ... 31 

Bryant 35 

Bunker ma, . . 20 

Caledonia, ... 10 

Camden, A, ... 25 

CentreJMd, ... 15 
CiDcinnati, ... 100 

Cotumbutt ... 50 

Conotert .... 25 

Cuba (m.), ... 17 

Clyde, 22 

Dayton 

Dudleyt .... 40 
2>unAam, ....<- 

Eaton,!, .... 50 

FairJUld, i, ... 17 

(P. O., Layman.) 

Fairmont (m.),. . 30 
Farmer's Station 

(m.). ao 

Flint, 1 25 

FrUndehip, ... 5 

(P. O., Wllay'i.) 

Froat, I, .... 28 

GallipolUt ... 16 

Ooehint .... 6 

Mamiltont ... 50 

Baranot I, ... 18 

Huntington, k* ' • 18 



12 

1872-350 

41 

1800—57 
35 

1842—81 
1827— «8 

1854—21 

1857—19 



1850-171 
1865—31 
1870-60 
1855—85 
1867-45 
1868-40 
1870—35 
1832-260 

1883—75 

1808—40 

1868—10 

57 



1868— 

1872-375 

1886-60 

1861—00 



1852—75 
1834-^1 

1878—28 

1804—19 



1852-100 
1866—35 

1871-100 
1856—26 
1867—50 
1888—25 
1873--I0 
1827-100 

1884—75 



1879—75 - 



1872-68 
1867-30 

1888-«) 

1867—47 
1871-«2 
1872-6 

1879—37 

184a-S5 
1848—15 
1867—55 
1881-30 
1868-33 



1887—00 
1868—38 

1888—60 

54 

1871—75 
1864—18 

1881—71 



1807—75 
1884-47 
1809-82 



1862— w. $800 

I819-br. 50,000 

br. 900 



1860— 6r. 
1879— u?. 

1850- w. 

1834—10. 

Prop. 

1854— u;. 

1880—10. 

10. 
1860— 6r. 
1867^10. 
1876-6r. 
1855—10. 
1867— to. 
1800— frr. 

br, 

1853-41. 

Prop. 

1870-*r. 
br, 
1844—10. 
Fund 

1877— to. 

1874-^. 

to. 

1884— to. 
Prop* 

1871-6r.' 



1881—10. 
Prop. 
im--br. 

br. 
1849— 6r. 

to. 
1878— to. 



2,000 
1,500 

1,000 
800 
200 
300 

800 

500 

0,000 

2,000 

10,000 

1,500 

2,000 

3,000 

4,000 

30,000 

20.000 

18,000 

2,500 

2,500 

1,700 

1,300 

1,500 

700 

8,000 

1,500 

2.000 

100 

2,500 

2,000 



1,000 
150 
3,000 
1,000 
6.000 
9,000 
1,500 



O. E. Naah. 
A. K. Baom. 

S. Crane, D.D. 



M. L. HeweU. 
M. L. HewetL 
G. L. Fortney. 



W. M. Andrewa. 
Abbie E. Danforth. 



W. Tacker, d.d. 

B. W. Whitney. 

W. IC. Jonea. 
J. Riohardaon. 

J. F. Bioe. 



F.K.Yatea. 
0. L. Fortney. 



W.S.Bacon.' 
N.R.Qnaokeiibiuh. 

IC. L. Hewett. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



49 









- _ 


,_ - 


- 


_ 


^ 


F*ri«htt. 




ChnrehM. 


6. Schoob. 


Church EdiflcM. 
















T^rg»<i i^\% It wm 


P<Mt-ofllee«. 1 Familiea. 


Oix. No. 


Oix. So. 


D«te«. 


Value*. 


A idiC II Vff«« 


JeferaonvilUt . . 


to 


1856—20 


- 26 


1874— 6r. 


$2,000 




Jenej, 1. . . . . 


84 


1839—88 


1839-106 


188»— M7. 


2,500 


N.R QuBckenbush. 


Kent, 


90 


1866-100 


1860-82 


1868— *r. 


17,000 


AbbleE. Dan/orlb. 


La Grange^ . . . 




1861— 8 


. - 


tf. 


700 




London^ .... 


2D 


1860—16 


— — 


1875— *r. 


8,000 




Lower Balem, |, . 


31 


1861—87 


1864-109 


1801— }c. 


1,500 


If. L. Hewett. 


XyofM, 1, . . . . 
Monroe, 4, . . . 
(P. 0.» Eldondo.J 


40 


1867—60 


- 126 


tr. 


1,800 


Harry L. Can field. 


50 


1849-100 


1868-100 


1889— irr. 


8,000 


J. H. Blackford. 














Margaretta, . . . 


25 


1862—25 


1888-06 


w. 


2,000 




(P. O.. CMtalia.) 














40 


1836-120 


1846—76 


1833- to. 


2,000 


C C. Connor. 


McGonnelUvilU, . 


20 


1866—50 


1866— 


hr. 


2,000 




Miami CUy, . . . 
(P. O., Alcony.) 


16 


1877—32 


- 28 


1878— //r. 


3,000 








1 








MiddUport, . . . 
Milforc^i, . . . 


25 


1867—60 


_ « • 


br. 


1,500 




10 


1889—26 


1888—70 




- 


C. C. Connor. 


Mt. Carmel, . . . 


20 


1864—60 


1864—70 . 


1867— 6r. 


2,500 




Ml.Oll«Ml, . . . 


30 


1861—74 


1861—75 


1862— M7. 


2,000 


W. Tucker, d.d. 


Ifew BaMH, . . . 


50 


1870-38 


186&- ■ 


tc. 


100 




New Parte, 1, . . 


41 


1864—96 


1887—40 


1875-?r. 


2,500 


F. M. Tatee. 


Kern Madi*ont . . 


70 


1870—45 


1868—25 


IT. 


1,500 


H. N. Brown. 


Jfewtawn 


20 


1850—45 


1858—60 


1833-^r. 


2,000 




NiM Way, . . . 


26 


1867—64 


1860—45 


1844— w. 


1,500 




Norwalk, ], . . . 


60 


1870-100 


1864-182 


1871— 6r. 


10,000 


S. Crane, d.d. 


OU9e Branchy . . 


8 


1888—26 




1864— 6r. 


2,000 




(P.O.,8lnk*gSpr'gs.) 












Olnwted, 4, . . . 


30 


1870-87 


1870-100 


1847— »i>. 


2,500 


J. F. Rice. 


(P. O., Ooe Ridge.) 












Or/brrf 


10 


1867—15 


. — 


1842— ic. 


1,000 




Palestine, J, . . . 
(P. O., Gennan.) 


60 


1868-106 


1809-140 


1809— u>. 


1,000 


8. P. Carlton. 








Jhvp* 


160 




i\trifn€Mt • > . 


- 


— • 


_ — 


— — 


500 




< vrVf 4i • . • . 


90 


188»-100 


1838—50 


1840— »r. 
Prop. 


2,000 
800 


B. Crane, d.d. 


JPharitburgt . . . 





1870—44 


_ ^ 


— . 


— 




Jtain Citgt (, . . 


67 


1842-100 


1863-80 


1843-*r. 


1,500 


A. K. Beem. 


JttUUriUe, . . . 


- 


1877-106 


^ ^ 


1877— U7. 


1,200 


J. RichardAon. 


J^tctttnttif ... 


10 


1861—22 


. « 


1861-6r. 


1,600 




BaTenna 


42 


1877—78 


1877—61 


1842-tr. 


3,000 


A. Willeon. 


Btnfolian 

(P. O., Ljone.) 


25 


1800-100 


1860—76 


1864— tc. 


1,800 


Harry L. Canfleld. 


BejTMldebarg, |, . 


12 


1848—25 


188a-80 


w. 


1,300 


N.R.Qaackenbuth. 
C. C. Connor. 


JNdat9UU,\, . . 
Xmtland 


9 

10 


1846—12 
1867—80 


1868—26 


br. 
1840— ir. 


1,000 
500 


Sharon Centre, 


19 


- 88 


_ — 


1844— »r. 


2,000 


0. Cone, D.D. 


SharonviUe, . . . 


9 


18 


— • 


br. 


1,800 




Springborough, |, 
ajpring^td, . . . 
at. J^triSt ... 


26 


1850—66 


1840—38 


br. 


1,500 


0. 0. Connor. 


30 
6 


1867-100 


- 50 


1837— to* 


4,000 
800 




Sinfter^i, . . . 


30 


18n— 43 


- 62 


br. 


5,000 


Harry L. Canfleld. 


Lpper Bandukj, 1, 
Okiopolie, . . . 


20 


1880—40 


1888-35 


1878— 6r. 
br. 


6,000 
5,000 


J.W.Henley, d.d^ 


wwncent, 41 . • . 


15 


1807—18 


. • 


1809— tr. 


800 


G. L. Fortney. 


WaUriown (oc.), . 


12 





- 00 


vc. 


1,000 




Weatileld, . . . 


85 


1838—04 


1859-56 


1848-117. 


1,500 


F. F. Bnekner. 


(P. 0., Le Roy.) 














WeeMUe, 4, . . . 


46 


1877-108 


1877—70 


1877-&r. 


8,000 


J. Richardion. 



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UNIVERSA.LIST REGISTER. 



FariBhes. 


Churches. 


8. Sehoob. 


Church EdiflcM. 


PnAchen. 


Fott^fficM. Faiuiliei. 


Oxg. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Yaluei. 




Woodstock, ... 100 

Windsor 20 

WillmtgKby, ... 20 


1842—76 
1866-90 
1860—26 


1866-100 


1844— &r. $3,000 
- - 300 


J. W. Henley, d J>. 


Totmls— 89 . 2»A04 


83-4,016 


62-3,976 


82— $316,710 





Oregon. 

State Convention, organized in 1874, includes the ministers 
and churches in Oregon and Washington Territory. It meets 
on Thursday following the first Sunday in June. Pres. — 
Rev. A. J. Wigle, Harrisburg ; Vice-Pres. — Jennie Brown, 
Eugene City; Treas. — A. Condra; Sec, — J. C. Cooper, 
McMinnville ; Fellowship Committee — Rev. A. J. Wigle, 
Rev. W. H. Nosier, John Archibald, A. Brown, J. W. Wigle. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. S. A* 
McAlister, Albany, Oregon. 

Parishes or missions at Albany, Coquille City, Oregon 
(Linn County), and McMinnville; preacher, W. H. Nosier. 



Pennsylvania. 

The State Convention, organized in 1832, meets the second 
Tuesday in June. Place of meeting in 1890, Reading. 
Pres. — Hon. Edward G. Lee; Vice-Pres. — Hon. C- S. 
Russell; Sec. — Rev. F. A. Bisbee, 1620 Master Street, 
Philadelphia ; Treas. — George C. Thomas, Germantown, 
Philadelphia ; Committee of Fellowship. — Rev. E. C. Sweet- 
ser, D.D, Philadelphia ; Rev. W. S. Williams, Rev. F. A. 
Bisbee, J. B. Grandin, J. M. Force; Trus. — Rev. E. C. 
Sweetser, D.D., Rev. James Shrigley, George R. Frill, 
Chas. S. Lincoln, G. R. Bonsai, J. W. Howard, A. B. 



SIVERSALIST 



51 



Guilbert, Frank Rerce, Win. H. Hart, Jr., E. M. Tiffany ; 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. E. F. Pember; His- 
toriati — Rev. James Shrigley. Permanent Fund, $17,509 ; 
Special Fund, $4,233.36. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Associalion — Mra. John 
Mason, Jr., 1410 Lombard St., Philadelphia. 

Associations. — Susquehanna, organized in 1835, meets 
the first Wednesday in September. Henry Bailey, Clerk. 

Laix Erie, organized in 1838, meets the fourth Wednes- 
day in June. 

Xbrth Branch, oi^anized in 1843, meets the Wednesday 
and Thursday preceding the first Sunday in September. 
L. T. Hoyt, Clerk. 

Philadelphia Union, organized in 1851, meets the second 
Wednesday in May. iVes. — Rev. James Shrigley. 



FuW». 


c^. 


S. School.. 


CtiurcK Edl*n>. 




Pna allM 1 r>mUl«. 


:o,.|N.. 


Or,.|S». 


DIM. 1 Vtlatt. 




Alltitport int.), . » 

SSSK-;'-. : S 

OwTF (oe.). .' . . 90 
FUttHOe 90 

S&'St ■. : t, 
Ssa.'".>'. : .! 
!£«;'■: : : S 

. lit! - 


- 10 

871— IS 
tH—K 
M»-» 

1BI0-I9 

isai— 10 

lMI-7* 
IW7I19 


mi— « 
iiM-io 

1M»-W 

ISU-TO 
- 9S 

so 


lUO— u. *3,000 

187*— «■. 8.000 

i»«6^: 9.»o 

Prvp. WO 

" /Vop. B.000 
im-t.. 10.000 

IB. 1,000 

1841-w. 3,000 
- 1,000 

iMO-w. i.m 


A. Oettj. 

C. p. Nub. 

A. GMt;. 

C. A. Knlehr- 

0. R. Burdilcf. 


iMi-m 

1M2-M 
1B74-7S 


18OT-W. 4.000 
Prop. MO 

ig8a-.r. 8.000 

18*2-.=: iloOO 
ms-ic'. 8.400 


O.P. AlTOrd. 
0. R. B.i.rd.ltiy, 



52 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



FtfiahM. 


CbordiM. 


B. Schools. 


Church fidilloet. 














Preachw. 


Foit-offlcei. Funllies. 


Ois. No. 


Oif. No. 


Dates. 


Values. 


A AvaMrfAA^AV* 


PMiadelpMa,ad,, 140 


1822-161 


1825-181 


1872— «l. $30,000 


P. A. Bisbee. 


• 






Prop. 


8,000 




Philadelphia, Ch. 












of MMdah, . . 155 


1850-348 


1851-179 


1851— *r. 
Prop. 


60,000 
68,000 


B. C. BweeUer,D.D. 


Plttabnrgh, ... 54 


188^-66 




- 


- 


W. 8. Williams. 


Reading, .... 200 


1852-150 


1851-200 


1880— «<. 


28,000 


G. W. Kent. 


8att9burfft ... 10 


1869—20 


- - 


1869-tr. 


1,500 


A. GtoUy. 


Seranton, .... 35 


1888-35 


1887—40 


VD. 

Prop. 


1,500 
8,000 


J. H. Amies. 


Sheahequin, i, . . 15 


1880—20 


1830-45 


VD. 


8,000 




HharpBviUe, ... 21 


1876—49 


1875—47 


1884— &r. 
Prop. 


16,000 
7.500 


W. M. Backus. 


Smithion,h,. . . 96 


1874-69 


1870—75 


w. 


4,000 


Bamael Hoigh and 
A. Getty. 


Sprina/Uld (7eii<re,|,20 
Standing Stone 


1881—80 


1882-^ 


VD, 


1,000 




{oc.) 20 


- 25 


- 50 


to. 


2,000 




Su9quehanna, . 


. 20 


1883—16 


1872—76 


1872— t0. 


10.000 




Sylvaniot i, . . 
TIdloate, . . 


. 15 


- - 


- 50 


10. 


8,000 




. . 86 


1874-60 


1870—75 


1870-10. 


4.000 




TltaBvUle,. . 


. . 60 


1865—84 


1860—90 


1865— 6r. 


20,000 


B. F. Pember. 


Towanda, . . 


. 60 


1877-100 


1877-110 


1870-*r. 


12,000 


A. Titos. 


Trofft .... 


. . 12 


1884—25 


1883—24 


1884— to. 


4,600 




UlffueMt . . . 


. . 8 


1887— 5 


- 


JVop. 


200 




Wegtfitld, . . . 


. . 25 


1887—20 


1887—30 


Prop, 


300 




WelUburg (oc), . 35 


- 40 


1887-20 


to. 


2,500 




W. Spring/leld {oc.)t 15 


- 12 


— — 


br. 


2,500 




Totala — 46 


. 1,621 


41-2,157 


29-2,122 


85— $375,200 





Rhode Island. 

The State Convention, organized in 1838, meets the first 
Wednesday in June. Pres. — Hon. L. W. Ballon; Vtce- 
Pres. — Rev. H. I. Cushman, D.D. ; Sec. — Rev. H. W. 
Ragg, D.D., Providence ; Treas. — Hon. Olney Arnold, Paw- 
tucket ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. H. I. Cushman, 
D.D., Rev. C. J. White and Wm. E. Whiting; Trtis.— 
A. A. Presbry, Rev. C. J. White, Arthur H. Metcalf, 
C. E. Carpenter, A. D. Vose and W. O. Cornell. Per- 
manent Fund, $4,505 ; Clergymen's Relief Fund, $563.27. 

Vlce-Prea. WoToan's CerUenary Association — Mrs. Nanoy 
Holmes, Providence. 



UNITERSALIST REGISTER. 



53 



FariihM. 


ChuTchea. 


8. School*. 


Church Edlflcefl. 


Pnachen. 


Port oCBce». FamfllM. 


Oig. 1 No. 


Org. No. 


DatM. Values. 




Barrntrnie, ... 25 
Cfunberlaad, 4, . . 16 
BMt ProTldcnoe, . 53 
OeorgUiTille, . . 90 

jr. ^tOGflMy, . . . — 

Pawtuctttt ... 133 
ProTideooe, Ut, . 260 
Ptovldciioo, Ob. 

Mediator. . . .176 
Provldenoe, BallOQ, ~ 
VaUe^FaUt, . . 40 
Woooooeket, . . 181 


1888-10 

1888-29 
188»-28 

1858-155 
1823-243 

1849-231 

1885-80 

- 81 

1843-262 


1887—14 

1881—70 
1886-80 

1842-308 
1825-320 

1848-800 

- 76 

- 110 
1840-309 


1887— tr. $18,000 
1878— 1,800 
1882- 8,000 
1886— 10. 6,000 
1878—10. 1,500 
1868-^. 40,000 
1872-^. 120,000 

1889^-6r. 06,000 

- 1,200 

1886— 6,000 

1840— to. 25,000 

Prop. 13,000 


M. Goodrich. 
W. B. Gukln. 
G.8. Weaver, o.D. 

H. I. Ctubman,D.D. 

H. W. Raggi D.D. 

W. E. Gaekln. 
C. J. White. 


ToUU— 11. .902 


9-1,004 


»— 1,596 


11— $805,500 





South Carolina. 

No Convention, and has but two parishes : Feasterville, 
twenty-five families, fifty-eight church members, thirty in 
Sunday-school ; . church edifice of wood, valued at $600 ; 
D. B. Clayton, preacher. Chappells, Newberry County, 
forty church members, forty-five in Sunday-school, church 
edifice of wood, valued at $600 ; Thomas Chapman, preacher. 



South Dakota. 

Of the parishes at Yankton and Sioux City we have no 
recent Information. 



Tennessee. 

There are several places in this State where there is occa- 
sional preaching, but only one organization is reported : 
Free Hill, with twenty- two church members ; occasional 
services are conducted by William Hale^ M.D.^ a lay 
preacher. 



54 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Texas. 

Rev. James BilliDgs, missionai'y in this^ State, reports a 
growing interest in our cause. A State Association [was 
organized in September, 1886. Prea. — Rev. James Billings ; 
Vice-Pres. — H. E. Conger ; Sec, — Rev. J. K. Street, Waco ; 
Treas. — Dr. D. Pingree ; Trua, — Capt. C. Garrett, J. H. 
Stallings, J. M. Wright. Mr. Billings gives theJfoUowing 
as the mimsterial strength in Texas : J. B. Cone, A. Van 
Cleave, J. C. Lawhorn, J. S. Dunbar, A. B. Minnerly, W. 
H. Motes, J. K. Street, PhU. B. McCoury, A. G. Strain, 
W. R. Robinson, M.D., James Billings, Mrs. M. C. Billings, 
Miss M. F. Dunaway, J. M. Wright, G. W. Rogers, Winfield 
Harpold. Missionary Fund, about $3,000. 

Vice-Prea. Woman* a Centenary AssocicUion — Mrs. J. S. 
Dewey, Sipe Springs, Comanche County. 



Fariahei. 



Poit-oAeei. Fmmiliea. 



Churches. 



Oig. No 



8. Schools. 



Oig. Mo. 



Church Ediflccs. 



Dates. 



VaIucs. 



Preachets. 



Blanket, |, . . 

ClarkivUle (oc.)i 



Dallas (oc), . . 
FannersTtlle, i. 
Garden Valley (oc 
Orapeland (oc ), 
Hlco, it . . . 

Italy (m.)t . . 
Meridian (oc), . 

Rockdale ((>€.)». 
Willlamaon Co.. 



11 



4 
). - 

11 
15 



Total*— 11 . 



M 



1882-22 
1884—20 

1887—20 
1884—32 
1887—18 
1884—20 
1886—15 



1885—26 

1876—50 
1885—60 



10-278- 



1884—35 



1884—80 



1887^25 



1884— 6 



4—146 



Prop. $600 



1889— to. 2,500 



1— $3,100 



Mr. and Mra. Bil- 
linga. 

J. M. Wright. 

J. Billlngi. 

Mr. and Mra. BIN 

Ifnn. 

W. Harpold. 
Mr. and Mrs. Bll- 

llnga. 
J. 8. Danbar. 
J. O. Lawhorn. 



Vermont. 

The Universalist Convention of Vermont and the Province 
of Quebec, organized 1833, meets on the last Wednesday in 
August. Place of meeting in 1889 left to the Executive 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



55 



Committee. Pres. — A. T. Foster, Derby Line ; Vice-Pres. 
— G. W. Tilden ; Sec. — Rev. S. A. Parker, Bethel ; 
Trecks, — Willard Chase ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
B. M. TUlotson, Woodstock; Rev. E. W. Pierce, Mrs. 
Mary A. Parker, M. O. Whitmarsh and J. J. Burgess ; 
Trtui. — Rev. J. F. Simmons, Rev. E. Smiley and E. J. 
Whitcomb ; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. Myra 
Kingsbury. Permanent Fund, $1,578. 

Vice-Pres, Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. L. M. 
Smiley, Richmond. 

Associations. — 1. -yor^/ierti, organized in 1804, meets 
the third Wednesday in June. Rev. J. A. Seitz, West Con- 
cord, Clerk. 

2. Green Mountain^ organized in 1829, meets the second 
Wednesday in June. Rev. J. R. Roblin, Clerk. 

3. CJiamplain, organized as the Lamoille in 1833, name 
changed to Champlain in 1837, meets the third Wednesday 
in June. Rev. E. Smiley, Richmond, Clerk. 

4. Central^ organized in 1848, meets the first Wednesday 
in June. Session for 1890 at Marshfield. Rev. S. C. Hay- 
ford, Montpelier, Clerk. 

5. Windham and Bennington^ organized in 1834, meets 
the second Tuesday in June. J. S. Cutting, West Brattle- 
boro*. Clerk. 



Fftriahcf. 


Churchca. 


8. Schools. 


Church Editicc*. 


Preach tri. 


Poat-olBcM. 1 FsntlUes. 


Org. No. 


Org. 1 No. 


Dates. 1 Values. 




Barnard (oeOt • • 80 

Barre 85 

BeltowaFaUm . . 60 

B^rkMhirt {oe.)» . 16 

Bethel 30 

BratlUboro\. . .200 

Calaitioc.), . . 36 
CoMmdUh, ... 20 
Chester {oc.)t . . 36 


1874-17 
1867—46 
1880-64 

1876-36 
1843>263 

1848— 6 
1871—26 


1846—36 
1840.262 
1870-116 

1848—76 
~ 834 

1847-40 
1848-80 
1846-61 


1845— w. t^4,000 

1852— M?. 15,000 

1880— U7. 12,000 

Prop. 2,000 

1816— Ar. 4,000 
1850— w. 20,000 
Prop. 6,000 
1823— tr. 700 
1844— ««. 1,000 
1846— «^ 3,000 


VV. Dole. 

J. F. Rhoadei. 

F. C. Andreiot. 
J. Kimball. 
F. W. Spragne. 



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UKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Farifhet. 




Churches. 


8. School!. 


Chdreh Ediflooa. 
















T^rwarl^wm 


F(Mt-offlce«. FuniUcs. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


DalM. 


Valuea. 


A awn«Aavao* 


Ihrby Lin€t i, . . 
EMt Barnard, |, . 


60 


^ ^ 


1874—17 


VO, 


$3,000 




85 


1861 - 


— • 


to. 


1,000 


J. F. Blmmona. 


East Bethel, ^, . . 


25 


. - 


- 25 


1831-*r. 


2,000 


8. A. Parker. 


E. & N. MontpeUer 














(dor.) 


60 


. - 


- 60 


br.&w. 


6,000 




JScui OataU, i, . . 
Easi Randolph, \, . 


SO 


- — 


1888-40 


1847— 6r. 


1.000 




20 


— — 


- - 


1832—10. 


1,600 


S. A. Parker. 










Prop, 


400 




E—ez (oc.)t . . . 


14 


- - 


- . 


1868— to. 


2,600 




J'elchvUU (oc.)> . 


40 


- - 


•. 


- - 


1,000 




FMchert J, . . . 
OaytvUU 


20 
86 


1867-46 


- 10 
1867—60 


1871— M. 
1866—10. 


4,000 
6,000 


ICyra KIngabary. 
J. KlmbaU. 


OloveTt 4 

Oui{fM/l, . . . 
Mancaek.X^ . . . 


32 


— « 


1846-50 


1830-40. 


3,000 




22 


1879-4M) 


1870—60 


to. 


4,000 


F. W. Spragae. 


16 


— — 


— — 


10. 


1,800 


G. 8. GoernaeT. 


MarUand, . . . 


40 


184S— 34 


1856-88 


1866—10. 


3,000 


B. M. TlUolaon. 


Hine«bnrg, |, . . 
JackaooTllle, . . 


12 
25 


— - 


1861—25 


1860— 10. 


1,000 


B. G. Hayford. 
E. W. Pleroe. 


Jtricho (oc.)i . . 


16 


- - 


» — 


1847— 6r. 


2,000 




Ludlow 


40 


1842-36 


1889—66 


1887— 6r. 
Fund 


6,000 
3,400 


J. B. Reardon. 


LyndonvUU, . . . 
Mar9f{fUldt . . . 


40 


1885—0 


1888-46 


— _ 


. 


E. A. Hoyt. 


46 


1871-42 


1866-46 


1861-^. 


2,000 


F. T. Orane. 


MbrriwUie, . . . 


60 


1864—40 


185^—60 


1864— to. 


8,600 


ICyra Klngabary. 
I. P. Booth. 


Northfleld, . . . 


70 


1861—87 


1861-107 


1867— to. 


9,000 


North Tunbridge, | 


,30 


— — 


• .. 


1880-to. 


1,000 


S. A. Parker. 


Orange {dor.), . . 


15 


7 


1878-28 


10. 


1,500 




Piaifi/Uld, . . . 


86 


1876—25 


- 80 


to. 


1,200 




Putney^ .... 


60 


. - 


1881—66 


. — 


— 




RIehmoiid, . . . 


40 


1877—16 


1860—76 


1879—10. 
Prop. 


9,000 
2,000 


E. Smiley. 


Rocheeter, . . . 


70 


1868-66 


1867—60 


1870— to. 


3,000 


J. P. Marrln. 


Roxbury (oc.)f • • 
Rutland, .... 


26 


^ «i 


. _ 


10. 


1,600 




80 


64 


1886-136 


1889— •<. 


20,000 


Q. H. Shlnn. 


Sadawffa (oc), . 


20 


- . 


~ _ 


to. 


800 


^i* 


Sharon, 4, . . . 


20 


. - 


_ _ 


. _ 


— 


B. A. Parker. 


Shoreham, |, . . 


80 


. • 


_ . 


1887— 6r. 


4,000 




Bhrewabury, 4* . . 


80 


— — 


— . 


1840— 10. 


1,000 


Q. H. Shinn. 


South Strafford, i, 


20 


- - 


1887—25 


to. 
Prop. 


2,000 
8.900 




South Woodttock, 


40 


1872—25 


1876—25 


1848— to. 


2,000 


J. F. Blmmona. 


Springfield, . . . 


00 


1843—50 


1860-76 


1834— 6r. 


10,000 


C. F. Molntire. 


St. Albans, . . . 


60 


1883—50 


1880—80 


1883-6r. 


12,000 


F. W. Whippen. 


St. Johnabury, . . 


60 


1873—85 


1871-146 


1872—10. 


15,000 


E. A. Hoyt. 


Sioankm, .... 


15 


. . 


1886-25 


— • 


— 




Vernon 


20 


1879—32 


1864—37 


184^— to. 


3,500 


F. W. Bpragne. 


WaiUJUld (oc), . 


12 


.. - 


m. — 


frr. 


2,000 




WashinfftoD, 4, . . 


16 


1843—46 


1876— ftO 


1848—10. 


2.500 


J. F. AlMon. 


H^««« Burke, 4, . . 


23 


1870—55 


1870—25 


1871—10. 


4,000 




Weat Concord, . . 


- 


1850—23 


1845-121 


1844— to. 


4,500 


J. A. Beits. 


Weet Derby, . . . 


— 


. 


— . 


m. • 


2,800 


F. Millar. 


We*tffali/ax, . . 


14 


— — 


. - 


Prop. 


400 




Weat Randolph, 4, 
We9i Windsor (ocO, 


25 


m. • 


.. — 


— . 


. 


B. A. Parker. 


20 


. — 


- 


Prop. 


800 




WUliamHown, . . 


30 


. - 


1866—44 


1849—10. 


2,000 




WiUiamniUt, . . 


26 


1878-28 


1878-39 


1834—10. 


2,000 


W. N. Barber. 


WlUlaton. 4, . . . 


13 


— . 


1878—25 


1859-6r. 


4.000 


8. C. Hayford. 










Prop. 


2,000 





UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



57 



Paruhe*. 



I • I 

! Churches. ■ S. School*, i Chutch Editic«t. 



I 



Poflt-oflkfs. 



Families. { Oig. 



No. 



Org. No. DiUm 



Values. 



Preachers. 



WilmlQgton, ... - ; 1862—25 
W, Ri9. JuneWm^ . 20 - 21 



WolcoU, 
Woodstock, 



2T 
40 



ToUlA— 85 . 2,212 



188a~ 8 
IMl— 40 



34-1,423 
- ^ 



1840-35 
1878—40 
1881—45 
1836—50 



4»-2,919 



1835—^. $2,500 B. W. Pierce. 
187»— u?. 2.500 B. Bi. TlUoMon. 
1882— ?i). 1,500 



1836— 10. 10,000 
Prop. 2,500 



J* F. Simmons. 



■| 



56— $270,100 



Virginia. 

A church edifice owned by Univeraalists at Richmond is 
valued at $10,000. A parish of fifteen families, church of 
fifteen members, and Sunday-school numbering eighteen, 
exist at Norfolk ; preacher, Joseph Jordan. 

West Virginia. 

The church at Fork Ridge is the only one from which we 
have information : twenty-six families, fifty-one church mem- 
bers, fifty in Sunday-school ; a church edifice built in 1873 
and valued at $1,200 ; preacher, S. P. Carlton. 

Wisconsin. 

The Wisconsin Universalist Convention, organized in 1848, 
meets on the first Tuesday in June. The session of 1890 
will be held at Lodi. Pres. — Dr. J. Hilton ; Vice-Pres. — 
Rev. J. M. Payson ; Sec, — Rev. R. G. Spaflford, Racine ; 
Treas. — W. H. Rogers; Trus. — John Hasey, Mrs. H. B. 
Lafiin, S. A. Rice ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. L. J. 
Dinsmore, Dr. H. B. Lafiin, H. W. Hale ; Preacher of Occa- 
sional Sermon — Rev. J. L. Andrew. Funds, $458. 

Womaii's Missionary Society — Pres. — Mrs. H. B. Lafiin, 
La Crosse; Sec. — Mrs. W. H. Rogers, Fort Atkinson; 
Treas. — Mrs. Jennie Hilton, Fort Atkinson. 



58 



UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 



Vice-Pres. Wornan's Centenary Association — Mre. Judd 
Baldwin, Milwaakee. 



Fuiahcf. 



Fo«t-offloef. I Families. 



Churehei. 



Ors. No 



8.8chooli. 



Org. No. 



Church EdifloM. 



Datet. Values. 



Preaehen. 



1870—85 
1860--41 
1878—18 

iseo— 17 

1867-103 
187&-d6 
I85fr-31 



Ooluml^uat i* ... SO 

Elkhom (oc), . . 30 

Fort Atkinson, . . 60 
Hariford^ i, . . .25 

LaCroMe, ... 76 

Lodt 80 

Marketan (oc), . 15 

Monroet .... 75 

Mount SterUng, i, 17 - 

Jfieenah it Mena^ha, 40 1867—12 

Otbkoib, .... 45 1889—21 

Prairie du Sac, . 20 1860—20 

Racine 58 1842—95 

Roch€9teri ... 40 

SpringvaU (oc), . 25 i - 

Stouffhton, i, . . 50 1870—30 

Wausao, .... 39 1887—22 



Whitewaiert . 



40 



ToUli— 19 . . 784 



1871—26 



14—497 



1868— 
1860-66 
1875— 
1863-78 

1866-160 
1872-46 

1863-125 



1869— tr. $2,000 

1870-10. 4.600 

1876— tr. 8,000 

188&— U7. 3,000 

Prop. 190 

1860-^. 20.000 

1875— 6r. 3,000 

; 1858— U). 1,500 

1863 -«»r. 10,000 



1867—65 
1880—45 



1878 -«7 



1860—54 
1887—45 

1868—50 



13_800 



1880— to. 

Prop. 
1868— f«. 
1851-^>^. 
1870-*r. 
1869-10. 
1858-^. 
1887— fo. 

Prop. 
1860~&r. 



8,600 
850 
4.000 
15,000 
6,000 
2,000 
4.300 
4,500 
1,500 
8,000 



16— $05,700 



L. J. DlnuDore. 

A. N. Bomera. 
Olympla Brown. 
J. M. Pay son. 
A. Countryman. 



H. J. Orelap. 
J. B. Carpenter. 



It. G. BpaflTord. 



L. J. DInimore. 
J, L. Andrew. 

J. F. Schindler. 



Scotland. 

The Universalists of Scotland in 1875 organized a Con- 
vention which meets annually on the last Saturday in May. 
It is a small body, composed of only two churches, — one in 
Glasgow and the other in Larbert. The church at Larbert 
owns the building in which it worships, and is known as the 
Church of the Redeemer; that at Glasgow worships at 
No. 9 Watson St., and is known as St. Paul's Universalist 
Church. There are several preaching stations and much 
unorganized Universalism. The officers of the Scotland 
Convention are: Honorary Presidents — Rev. J. W. Han- 
son, D.D., and Rev. Mrs. C. A. Soule; P>*ea. — Andrew 
Ure; Vice-Pres. — A. Gardiner; Sec. — John Currie, 3^ 
Hope St., Glasgow; Treas, — William Bogle; Tru$. — 



DNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 59 

Messrs. Boaghead, Binnie, Smith of Larbeii;, Hamilton 
and Sinclair of Glasgow; Missionary — Rev. Mrs. Caroline 
A. Sonle, 24 Kelvin Drive, Kelvinbridge, Glasgow. 

Vice-Pres, Woman* s Centenary Association, — Miss Ellie 
Mitchell, 24 Howard St., Glasgow. 

St. Paul's Universalist Church worships (at 11 a.m., 2 
and 7 p.m.) every Sunday at No. 9 Watson St., Glasgow. 
Number of families, forty-five ; church of one hundred and 
eighty members, oi^anized in March, 1879 ; Sunday-school 
organized in June, 1879, forty-two members ; property, $500. 



YOUNG PEOPLE'S MISSIONABY ASSOCIATIONS. 

For the purpose of interesting the young people of the 
Universalist Church in the realization and discharge of their 
obligations, the General Convention has drafted the plan of 
a Young People's Missionary Association. All the young 
people of a Universalist parish of the age of twelve years 
and upwards are eligible to membership. The object of the 
Association is declared to be the religious and intellectual 
improvement of its members, the promotion of the interests 
of the Universalist Church, and the rendering of other 
Christian service. The Associations are auxiliary to the 
Grcneral and State Conventions ; and their membership fees 
and receipts from missionary boxes are to be equally divided 
between the General Convention and the respective State 
Conventions. Other receipts may be applied to such specific 
purpose, missionary or benevolent, as the Associations may 
direct. Copies of the recommended Constitution may be 
obtained from Rev. G. L. Demarest, D.D., Secretary, Man- 
chester, N. H. Associations already formed, and more or 
less active, are located as follows : — 

1. St Paul's, Chicago. /Sec, Sadie P. Wallace, 5760 La Salle St., 
Englewood, 111. 



€0 UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 

3. Church of the Mediator, Providence, R. I. iSec, Miss Ann* 
M. GunnisoD, 55 Grove St. 

5. Watertown, N. Y. Sec, Miss Grace Nott. 

6. Englewood, 111. Sec.^ Miss Grace H. Monroe. 

7. Galesburg, fll. 

8. Hightstown, N. J. Sec, Miss Lizzie Taylor. 

10. Church of the Redeemer, Minneapolis, Minn. See,, Miss 

Mary Brookins, 53 8th St., S. 

11. Chatham, Mass. 5ec, Miss S. D. Linnell. 

12. Columbus Avenue, Boston, Mass. Sec, Miss C. L. Gillespie, 

79 Chandler St. 
14. Abington, Mass. Sec, Miss Alma Farrar. 

16. Akron, Ohio. Seo., C. Dean Bumham, 420 Park St. 

17. Springfield, 111. Sec.^ Miss Julia Van Gilson. 

18. Blue Island, 111. Sec, Harry A. Massey. 

21. Lincoln, Neb. Sec, Miss Mary Caldwell. 

22. Morrison, III. Sec, Alice Kermain. 

23. Lawrence, Mass. Sec, Mrs. Mary E. Russell, 95 Concord St. 

24. Franklin, Mass. Sec, Miss Flora B. Crossley. 

25. Sherman, N. Y. Seo., Laura Sheldon. 

26. Troy, N. Y. Sec, A. Fairweather. 

27. Shawmut, Boston, Mass. Sec, Miss Carrie L. Merrill, 9 

Upton St. 

28. Avon, 111. Sec, Miss Emma Lincoln. 

29. " All Souls,^^ Worcester, Mass. Sec, Miss Marion £. Blemie, 

22 Kingsbury St. 

30. North Cambridge, Mass. Sec, Walter Hanscom, 4 Rice St. 

31. " Grove Hall,'' Boston. 

32. Junction City, Kan. Sec, A. B. Pierce. 

33. Chelsea, Mass. Cor. Sec, Julia E. Phinney, 51 Crescent Av. 

34. East Cambridge, Mass. Sec, May G. Keeler, 91 Thomdike St. 

35. Church of the Messiah, Philadelphia, Pa. Sec, Miss Sallie E. 

Wilson, 1504 Swain St. 

36. Meriden, Conn. Sec, Miss Annie Parker. 

37. Roxbury, Mass. Sec, 89 Mt. Pleasant Av. 

38. Saugus, Mass. Cor, Sec,, Miss E. A. Parker. 

39. First Church, New Haven, Conn. Sec, William Bartlett, 36 

Martin St. 



UNIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 61 

40. Geneva, N. Y. Sec,, W. M. Fink. 

41. Chorch of the Divine Paternity, New York City. Cor. Sec, 

Miss Annie £. Evans, 229 W. 48th St. 

42. Stooghton, Mass. Sec,, £. L. Upham. 

43. Winter Hill, Mass. Sec, Miss Viola B. Miles, School St. 

44. Rochester, Minn. Sec, Miss Edith Rommel. 

46. First Church, Utica, N. Y. Sec, Miss Anga Perry, Maiy St. 

46. Buffalo, N. Y. Sec, Miss Marion Moore, 220 Hudson St. 

47. Delphos, Kan. Sec, Nannie Durst. 

48. Norwood, Mass. Sec, Miss Edith F. Tisdale. 

49. Blanchester, Ohio. Sec, Miss Lura Riley. 

60. St. Paul, Minn. Cor. Sec, Miss Ella Richards, 191 E. 14th St. 

61. Syracuse, N. Y. Sec, Carrie L. Barnes, 32 Kellogg St. 

62. South Weymouth, Mass. (2d Weymouth). Sec, Lena G. 

Bailey. 

63. Dixon, Dl. Sec, Miss Minnie M. Bivins. 

64. Mount Carmel, Ohio. Sec, Carrie Davis. 

66. Erie, Pa. Sec, Miss Eda F. Kunz, 516 Parade St. 
66. Methuen, Mass. Sec, W. L. S. Gilcreast. 

The following, not having reported to the Secretary of the 
Greneral ConveDtion, are not numbered : — 

Decatur, 111. Sec, Estella Spencer. 

All Souls Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sec, Clinton S. Harris, 83 
Rodney St. 

Little Falls, N. Y. Sec, John Joller. 

Kent, Ohio. Sec, Bessie Whitehead. 

Bellville, Ohio. 

iittsburgh. Pa. Sec, Charles Mason, Hazelwood. 

Swedish Church, Minneapolis, Minn. Sec, B. P. Nord, 1518 
Jefferson St. 



YOTTNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY OF CHBISTIAN 

ENDEAVOB. 

Albert Lea, Minn. 

Auburn, N. Y. Sec, Miss Addie Burch. 

Bath, Me. Sec, Alice Bobbins. 



J 



62 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Bay City, Mich. See, Miss Mary Joslyn. 

Branchport, N. Y. Sec, Julia Richardson, Cicero, N. Y. 

Clifton Springs, N. Y. See., Miss Lizzie Turner. 

Cortland, N. Y. Sec., George Gage. 

Danvers, Mass. Sec, Alice H. Newhall. 

Dowagiac, Mich. Sec, Mae Myers. 

Elgin, 111. Sec, Gertrude "Wright. 

Fort Plain, N. Y. 

Hightstown, N. Y. Sec, Miss L. Shoen. 

Le Roy, N. Y. Sec, Miss Frank Cook. 

Lynn, Mass , First Church. Sec, Miss Augusta N. Putnam, 40 
Fayette St. 

Macedon, N. Y. Sec, Miss Mamie Gillis. 

Medina, N. Y. iScc., F. Whipple. 

Meriden, Conn. 

Morrison, 111. Sec, Belle Jacobs. 

Newtonville, Mass. Sec, Miss L. S. Goldthwait. 

North Bloomfield, N. Y. Sec, Louise Martin. 

Oakland, Cal. Sec, Miss Lucy A. Milton. 

Oswego, N. Y. Sec, Miss Amy L. Tompkins, W. 1st St. 

Perry, N. Y. 

Pigeon Cove, Mass. Sec, Miss Ida Andrews. 

Potsdam, N. Y. Sec, Miss Libbie Baum. 

Quincy, Mass. Sec, Henry French. 

Rochester, N. Y., First Church. Sec, Miss W. A. Thompson, 
1 Nicholis St. 

Rochester, N. Y., Second Church. Sec, Fredericka Cross, 21 
Lorimer St. 

Rutland, Vt. Sec, Miss Millie Fuller. 

South Berwick, Me. Sec, Miss Sadie Thompson. 

South Boston, Mass. Sec, O. F. Lewis, ISO K St. 

Southbridge, Mass. Sec, Ida Plimpton. 

Spencer, Mass. Sec, Linus H. Bacon. 

Stamford, Conn. Sec, Miss Katharine Warren. 

Victor, N. Y. Sec, Miss Grace Currie. 

West Bloomfield, N. Y. Sec, Miss I. M. OrcutU 

Whitesville, N. Y. Sec, Miss De Ette Carpenter 

Weymouth, Mass. Sec, Mattie W. Locke. 



UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 63 

OTHEB OBGANIZATIONS OF YOUNQ PEOPLE. 

Adelphi Club, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sec, Miss Annie Butterfield. 

Ballou Association, Nashua, N. H. Sec.^ Alice Burgess. 

Boethian Club, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Sec, Miss Carrie Under- 
wood. 

Chapin Club, Auburn, N. Y. Sec, Miss Mary Snow. 

Chapin Club, Canton, Mass. Sec, Miss Mary Linfield. 

Chapin Club, Fitchburg, Mass. Sec, Miss Nellie Silsby. 

Chapin Club, Thompson ville, Conn. Sec, Ada E. Howe, 

Chapin Club, First Church, Worcester, Mass. Sec, M. Louise 
Bice, 27 Beacon^ St. 

Christian Helpers, Annisquam, Mass. Sec,, Miss Annie Olson. 

Christian Helpers, Third Church, New York, N. Y. Sec, Mrs. 
Ererett Taylor, 25 Dominick St. 

Clover Club, Oshkosh, Wis. Sec, Robert Ewing. 

Coterie, Norwich, Conn. Sec, Jennie Culver. 

Diligent Workers, Stamford, Conn. Sec, Miss Alice Haslam. 

Doric Club, Elgin, 111. 

Earnest Builders, La Crosse, Wis. Sec, ^fiss AHce H. Benton, 
218 S. 6th St. 

Enterprising Girls, Kent, Ohio. Sec, Bessie Whitehead. 

Excelsior Society, Coe Ridge, Ohio. Sec, E. W. Perry. 

Fisher Society, Potsdam, N. Y. Sec, Miss Edith Bonson. 

Flint Association, Attleborough, Mass. Sec, Frank Adams. 

Forest Club, Medford, Mass. Sec, Miss Millie Frost. 

Gleaners, East Gloucester, Mass. Sec, Miss Winnie Martin. 

Gleaners, Pittsfield, Me. Sec, Miss Cecilia Haskell. 

Greenwood Club, Marlborough, N. H. Sec, Elmer Thatcher. 

Guild of the Good Shepherd, Brighton, Me. Sec, Laura A. 
Davis. 

Guild of the Good Shepherd, Dexter, Me. Sec, Miss May 
Hamilton. 

Guild of the Good Shepherd, Oakland, Me. Sec, Miss Edith 
Comforth. 

Hart Circle, McLean, N. Y. Sec, Fred Fitts. 

Helping Hand League, Lanesville, N. Y. Sec, Miss Jennie 
Norwood. 



64 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

Junior Literary Society, Racine, Wis. 8ec,^ Mrs. M. R. Spafford. 

King^s Daughters, Canton, N. Y. Sec., Mrs. Henry Priest. 

King^s Daughters, Cicero, N. Y. 

King^s Daughters, Clinton, N. Y. Sec., Miss Pearl. 

King's Daughters, Dubuque, Iowa. iSfec, Miss Jennie Michel. 

King'4 Daughters, Monson, Mass. Sec., Mrs. W. H. King. 

King's Daughters, Yarmouthport, Mass. Sec., Mrs. C. W. Sears. 

King's Sons, Monson, Mass. 

Kosmos, Pasadena, Cal. Sec, Miss L. Grace Wilde. 

Lawrence Association, Charlestown, Mass. Sec., Miss Sampson. 

Lend a Hand Club, Bay City, Mich. Sec, Robert Van Dusen. 

Lend a Hand Club, Fitchburg, Mass. Sec., Miss Carrie Pierce. 

Lend a Hand Club, Marblehead, Mass. 

Lend a Hand Club, Newtonville, Mass. Sec., Miss R. E. Cun- 
ningham. 

Little Women, Webster City, Iowa. Sec, Emma Handell. 

Literary and Social Club, Earlville, 111. Sec, Miss Fanny 
Burlingame. 

Literary and Social Club, North Orange, Mass. Sec, Miss Josie 
S. Rich. 

Literary and Social Union, First Church, Providence, R. I. Sec, 
Miss Agnes Wright. 

McCrillis Club, Manchester, N. H. Sec, Miss G. B. True. 

Merry Gleaners, Marlborough, N. H. Sec, Miss Bertha Mellen. 

Mite Society, Le Roy, Ohio. Sec, Miss Zada Shaw. 

Murray Association, Peabody, Mass. Sec, Alfred Newhall. 

Murray Club, Gloucester, Mass. Sec, James Steele. 

Murray Club, Milford, Mass. Sec, Miss Lottie Field. 

Murray Literary Society, Titusville, Pa. Sec, Miss Florence 
Waltz. 

Murray Society, Belpre, Ohio. Sec, Rev. M. L. Hewett. 

Murray Society, Claremont, N. H. Sec, Miss Mary Jones. 

Murray Sons and Daughters, Mimcie, Ind. Sec, Miss Fanny 
McCormick. 

Norwoods, Marblehead, Mass. 

Order of Christian Work, Morris, N. Y. Sec, Miss Ella J. 
Adams. 

Patterson Club, Palmer, Mass. Sec, Helen Robinson. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 65 

Ryder Club, Akron, Ohio. Sec, Miss Myrtie Barker, Buchtel 
College. 

Social Workers, East Jaffrey, N. H. Sec, Jennie S. Fairbanks. 

Soule Literary Association, Glasgow, Scotland. Sec, James 
Johnstone, 17 Dover St., W. 

True Friends, West Acton, Mass. Sec, Mrs. H. Gardner. 

Unity Club, Cicero, N. Y. 

Unity Club, Hutchinson, Kan. Sec, Ida Woodard. 

Unity Club, Oak Park, 111. Sec, Walter Gertz. 

Ujity Guild, Nyack, N. Y. Sec, Miss Alice C. Johnson. 

Universalist Ladies' Aid Society, Lafayette, Ind. Sec, Mrs. 
Frankie Luster. 

Universalist Young People's Association, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 
Sec, Miss Minnie Feas. 

Washburn Union, Portland, Me. Sec, Miss Georgie Ford, 17 
Qaincy St. 

Willing Workers, McHenry, 111. Sec, Mrs. Jennie Owen. 

Willing Workers, Nashua, N. H. 

Willing Workers, West Lake, Ontario. Sec, Edward Scott. 

Young Ladies' Working Club, Wilmington, Vt. 

Young Men's Association, Third Church, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Sec, A. M. Baldwin. 

Young People's Aid Society, Ludlow, Vt. Sec, Ilattie FuUam. 

Young People's Aid Society, North Anson, Me. Sec, Nellie 
Moore. 

Young People's Association, East Boston, Mass. Sec, Miss 
Anna G. Davidson. 

Yoimg People's Association, Hoopeston, III. 

Young People's Association, Norwalk, Ohio. Sec, J. W. 
Goodell. 

Young People's Christian Alliance. Auburn, Me. 

Young People's Christian Alliance, Haverhill, Mass. Sec, Miss 
Jessie Grieves. 

Young People's Christian Alliance, Lawrence, Mass. Sec, Miss 
Mattie P. Wright. 

Young People's Christian Union, Middletown, Conn. Sec, 
J. A. Bootik. 

Young People's Guild (4 Departments), Baltimore, Md. 



66 UNIYERSALIST REOISTER. 

Young People\s Guild, South Newmarket, N.H. 8ec.^ Bertha 
J. Hobbs. 

Young People^s Literary Society, Albany, N. Y. Sec., George 
McDonald. 

Young People^s Literary Society, Owatonna, Minn. Sec,, Mrs. 
Ora Bameard. 

Young People's Literary Society, Warren, Mass. Sec., Mrs* 
H. S. tellis. 

Young People's Social Annex, Auburn, Me. 

Young People's Social Union, Gardner, Mass. Sec, Mrs. O. M. 
Knapp. 

Young People's Society, Halifax, N. S. 

Young People's Society, Second Church, Lowell, Mass. Sec, 
F. A. Richardson, 10 Walker St. 

Young People's Society, Plainfield , 111. Sec, Clark U. Mottinger. 

Young People's Society, Springfield, Mass 

Young People's Society, Second Church, New York, N. Y. 5ec., 
Miss M. Van Holland, 349 E. 83d St. 

Young People's Society, Reading, Pa. Sec, Rev. G. W. Kent. 

Young People's Society, St. Paul, Minn. Sec, Ella Richards. 

Young People's Society, Woodstock, Ohio. Sec, Greorge Waite. 

Young People's Society for Christian Work, Portland, Me. Sec, 
Miss Myra Russell, 143 Congress St. 



The following-named preachers have received Ordination 
since the Register for 1889 went to press : — 



Ira Edgar Ridek, at McLean, N. Y. 
Robert Duke Towne, at Sherman, N. Y. 
James Harrt Holden, at Amherst, Mass. 

Herbert O. Sommeks, at Bridgewater, N. Y. 
Frank F. Buckner, at Le Roy, Ohio. 
Stanford Mitchell^ at Akron, Ohio. 
Augustus B. Church, at South Berwick, Me. 
Thomas Chapman, at Chappels, S. C. 
Thomas Oliver Marviv. at College Hill, Mass. 



1888 


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Oct 


12. 


Nov. 


14. 


Dec. 


IL 


1889 


B 


Jan. 


16. 


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25. 


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1. 


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1. 


Feb. 


6. 


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March 21. 
March 31. 
June 12. 
June 12. 
June 12. 



June 
June 
'June 
June 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



12. 
12. 
12. 
22. 
22. 
10. 
11. 
1. 



Albert K. Beem, at Plain City, Ohio. 

Joseph Jordan, at Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ualue Gardner Dunham, at College Hill, Mass. 

Charles Priest Hall, at College Hill, Mass. 

Edward Everett Marggraff, at College Hill, 

Mass. 
Amos Arnold Ross, at College Hill, Mass. 
William Henry Trickey, at College Hill, Mass. 
Leon Oscar Williams, at College Hill, Mass. 
George Wallace PENNiMAN,at Annisquam, Ma^s. 
John W. Harman, at Shiloh Church, Miss. 
WiLLARD A. Jackson, at Detroit, Mich. 
Francis E. Webster, at Potsdam, N. Y. 
George A. Sahlin, at Utica, N. Y. 



DEDICATION OP CHURCHES SINCE OCT. 21 


, 1888. 


1888. Dec. 10. 


At West Union, loAva, brick, . 


cost 


$10,n()() 


Dec. 14. 


At Westfield, Pa., brick, . 


t. 


:5,.")()0 


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At Melrose, Mass., wood, . 


(( 


19,000 


May 26. 


At Hopkinsville, Ky., brick. 


44 


4,500 


June 16. 


At Frankfort, Kan., wood, . 


(t 


1,000 


Aug. 4. 


At Jersey, Ohio, wood. 


4t 


2,200 


Sept. 15. 


At Verona, 111., wood. 


44 


2,000 


Nov. 2. 


At Hico, Texas, wood. 


44 


2,000 


Nov. 8. 


At Oshkosh, Wis., wood, . 


44 


4,000 



[Tbe educational InBtitaUonn herewith named are under the patronage and 
ooBtroi of UniTeraaUsU.] 

TITPTS COLIiEQE. 

This college is located on College Hill, Middlesex County, 
Mass. It was incorporated in 1852, and opened for students 
in 1855. 

Trustees of the Corporation. — President^ Hon. Charles 
Robinson, LL.D., 209 Washington St., Boston ; Fice-Pr^>*/- 
denf, John D. W. Joy, Esq., Boston ; Secretary, Thon: 



68 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

ArmstroDg, A.M., 82 Devonshire St, Boston; Treasurer y 
Hon. Newton Talbot, 30 West St., Boston; Rev. Alonzo 
A. Miner, D.D., LL.D., Boston; James O. Curtis, Esq., 
Medford; Rev. Lucius R. Paige, D.D., Cambridgeport ; 
Hon. Timothy T. Sawyer, Charlestown; Rev. Elmer H. 
Capen, D.D., College Hill ; Charles G. Pope, A.M., Boston ; 
Charles S. Fobes, A.M., Portland, Me. ; Hon. Hosea M. 
Knowlton, New Bedford; Rev. Henry W. Rugg, D.D., 
Providence, R. I. ; Rev. J. Coleman Adams, D.D., Chicago, 
111. ; Hon. Charles Whittier, Roxbury ; Byron Groce, A.M., 
Roxbury ; Arthur E. Denison, Esq., Boston ; Henry D. Wil- 
liams, A.M., Boston; Hon. Joseph Davis, Lynn; Thomas 
G. Frothinghara, Esq., Boston ; William H. Finney, A.M., 
Boston; William O. Cornell, Esq., Providence, R. I. ; Wil- 
liam B. Bement, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Hon. Hosea W. Parker, 
A.M., Claremont, N. H. ; Hon. William D. Washburn, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. ; Walter E. Parker, Esq., Lawrence ; Hon. 
Henry B. Metcalf , Pawtucket, R. I. 

Faculty. — Rev. E. H. Capen, D.D., President, and Pro- 
fessor of Moral Philosophy and Political Economy ; John 
P.Marshall, A.M., Prof essor of Geology and Mineralogy ; 
Jerome Schneider, Ph.D., Professor of the Greek Language 
and Literature; H. A. Dearborn, A.M., Professor of the 
Latin Language and Literature; B. G. Brown, A.M. 
Walker Professor of Mathematics ; Rev. W. R. Shipman 
D.D., Professor of Rhetoric, Logic and English Literature 
A. E. Dolbear, Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Astronomy 
Wm. L. Hooper, A.M., Assistant Professor of Physics 
Moses T. Brown, A.M., Professor of Oratory; C. E. Fay 
A.M., Professor of Modern Languages; C. D. Bra}', C.E. 
A.M., Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering 
Wm. M. Comey, A. M., Professor of Chemistry ; J. S 
Lamson, A.M., Walker Special Instructor in Mathematics 
Helen L. Mellen, Librarian. 

Finances, — The aggregate assets of the college at the 
present time, including the buildings and one hundred and 
twenty acres of land, are not less than $1,100,000. 

Scholarships. — There are twenty-eight scholarships in the 
gift of the college, viz., three of $60, and twenty-five of $100 
each. Additional assistance, in the form of gi'atuities, is 
rendered from time to time, as circumstances may require. 

In the collegiate department the course of instruction is 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 69 

similar to that of other first-class colleges. The course for 
those who enter for the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy 
extends through four years, and the course for those students 
who enter for the degree of Civil Engineer extends through 
three years. A part of the studies for the junior and senior 
class are elective. The location is elevated and healthy, 
retired and free from distraction, yet easily accessible, being 
four miles from Boston, on the Boston and Lowell Railroad. 

Expenses, from $250 to $300 per year. College charges, 
$100. Board in club, at cost, about $3 per week. 

Calendar. — Commencement for 1890, June 19. First 
examination for admission, June 20 and 21. Second exami- 
nation, September 17 and 18. College year begins Septem- 
ber 19. Summer vacation includes thirteen weeks. 



ST. IiAWBEirCE UIOVEBSITY. 

This institntion is located at Canton, St. Lawrence County, 
N. Y. It has two fully organized departments: 1. The 
College of Letters and Science, comprising the usual four 
years' classical course and a four years* scientific course. 
2. The Theological School. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Hon. Edwin Atkins 
Merritt, Potsdam ; Secretary^ Nelson Lemuel Robinson, 
M.A., Canton; Treasurer^ George Robinson, Esq., Canton; 
Rev. George Washington Montgomery, D.l)., Rochester; 
Rev. John Stebbins Lee, D.D., Canton; Hon. Allen Eugene 
Kilby, A.M., LL.B., Carthage; Rev. Absalom Graves 
Gaines, D.D., Canton; Daniel William Baldwin, Esq., 
Watei*town ; Hon. William Augustine Posle, A.M., Canton ; 
Rev. Almon Gunnison, D.D., Brooklyn ; Rev. Isaac Morgan 
Atwood, D.D., Canton ; Hon. Charles Hazen Russell, Brook- 
lyn ; Rev. Asa Saxe, D.D., Rochester; Lyman Bickford, 
Esq., Macedon ; Hon. Vasco Pickett Abbott, A.M., LL.B., 
Gouverneur ; Hon. Charles Ruf us Skinner, Albany ; 
Foster M. Backus, A.M., LL.B., Brooklyn ; Ledyard Park 
Hale, M.S., LL.B., Canton; John Card Graves, M.A., 
Buflfalo; Henry Porter, Corfu; Hon. A. Barton Hepburn, 
Canton; Rev. Alpheus Baker He rvey, Ph. D., Canton ; Rev. 
Richmond Fisk, D.D., Watertown ; Hon. Halbert Stevens 
Greenleaf , Rochester ; Hon. Daniel Magone, Ogdensbi 



70 UNIVEKSALIST REGISTER. 

College Faculty. — Rev. Alpheus Baker Hervey, Ph.D.t 
President; Rev. A. G. Gaines, D.D., Craig Professor of 
Intellectual and Moral Philosophy; Henry Priest, A.M., 
Professor of Mathematics ; Henry Liotard, A.M., Professor 
of the French and German Languages and Instructor in 
History; Rev. J. H. Chapin, Ph.D., Professor of Geology 
and Mineralogy; C. K. Gaines, A.M., Professor of Greek; 
C. M. Baker, M.A., Instructor in Latin ; Robert Dale Ford, 
M.S., Instructor in Mathematics ; Prof. C. E. Gaines, Libra- 
rian ; Rev. H. P. Forbes, M.A., Associate Librarian; W. 
W. Wheelock, Steward. 

The number of undergraduate students members of the 
College last year was seventy-three. Young men and young 
women are admitted to the institution on the same conditions. 
The University confers no degrees on a course of study less 
than four years. The courses are full, the instruction 
thorough, and the mental training practical and efficient. 

Calendar, — Second term begins Jan. 7, 1890. Tree-holi- 
day, April 26. Term examinations begin June 2 and end 
June 6. Commencement, June 11. First examination for 
admission, June 10 and 11. Second examination for admis- 
sion, September 9 and 10. First term of college begins 
Sept. 10, 1890. The number graduated in 1888 was eleven. 
College fees, $45 per year. Board, with the steward, $3.50 
per week. 

LOMBARD UNIVERSITY. 

This institution is located in Galcsburg, 111. It offers to 
students three courses of study, of four years each. The 
degree of Bachelor of Arts is conferred upon students who 
complete the classical course, and that of Bachelor of Sci- 
ence upon the graduates of the scientific course. Those 
completing the literary course receive the degree of Bachelor 
of Literature. It has, also, a preparatory department, in 
which instruction is given in the studies required to fit 
students for a collegiate course. Students may enter any 
class for which they are prepared. Both sexes are admitted 
alike to all classes and all courees of study. The University 
building is of brick, three stories high, and has spacious 
rooms for libraries, apparatus, recitations, etc. It has 
libraries of about five thousand volumes, an extensive min- 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 71 

eral<^cal cat^inet, including a rare collection of shells, a 
valnable philosophical and chemical apparatus, and a fund 
of about $194,000. 

Board op Trustees. — President, Rev. N- White, Ph.D., 
Galesburg; Secretary, Prof. J. V. N. Standish, Galesburg ; 
Trea^irery Charles A. Webster, Esq., Galesburg ; W. W. 
Washburn, Esq., Oakland, Cal. ; Rev. Charles Conklin, Chi- 
cago ; Rev. John Hughes, Table Grove ; Alraon Kidder, Esq. , 
Monmouth ; Rev. George B. Stocking, Peoria ; Rev. J. Cole- 
man Adams, D.D., Chicago ; Hon. A. M. Brown, Galesburg ; 
J. H. Swan, Esq., Chicago; John Edwards, Esq., Chicago; 
Hamilton L. Karr, Esq., Osceola, Iowa ; J. N. Conger, Esq., 
Oneida; George Tapper, Esq., Chicago; Rev. J. II. Tuttle, 
D.D., Minneapolis, Minn. ; Andrew Harrington, Esq., (i ales- 
burg; Hon. Samuel Kerr, Chicago; Alfred Webster, Esq., 
Galesburg ; O. B. Ayres, Esq., Knoxville, Iowa ; Rev. R. N. 
John, Dublin, Ind. ; Hon. T. Judson Hale, Galesburg 

Faculty. — Rev. N. White, Ph.D., President, and Hall Pro- 
fessor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy; John V. N. 
Standish, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy ; 
Isaac A. Parker, A.M., Williamson Professor of Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature, and Instructor in Latin ; Rev. J. 
Clarence Lee, A.M., Professor of Rhetoric and English Lit- 
erature ; F. W. Rich, B.S., Conger Professor of Natunil 
Science ; Jon W. Grubb, M.S., Adjunct Professor of Mathe- 
matics ; Mrs. Jon W. Grubb, A.M., Professor of French 
and History, and Principal of Preparatory Department ; 
Miss Belle Blood, Teacher in the Art Department; Miss 
Eleanor Gertrude Stephens, Teacher of Instrumental Music ; 
Rev. Augusta J. Chapin, A.M., Non-resident Lecturer on 
English Literature; Miss E. G. Stephens, Instructor in 
Elocution; Rev. John Coleman Adams, D.D., Non-resident 
Lecturer on Meteorology. 

Board, from $3 to $i per week. Tuition, from $3.75 to 
$8.2.5 per term of ten weeks. Ornamental branches extra. 
Number of students for the year ending June, 188J), 110, of 
whom 57 were in the collegiate department, 43 in the pre- 
paratory, and 10 in the divinity Scliool. 

Calendar. — Second term begins Jan. 2, 1890. Third 
term begins Thursday, April 3, 1890. Commencement, 
Wednesday, June 18, 1890. 



72 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



BUCHTEL COLLEGE. 



This institution is situated in the city of Akron, Summit 
County, Ohio. It was founded by the Universalist State 
Convention of Ohio, and was named in honor of John R. 
Buchtel, its most liberal benefactor. It was opened to 
students of both sexes Sept. 11, 1872. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Hon. John R. Buchtel, 
Akron ; Secretary y A. B. Tinker, Akron ; Treasurer, Joy H. 
Pendleton, Akron ; Judge Edwin P. Green, Akron ; Col. 
George T. Perkins, Akron ; Henry Boszar, Brimfield ; Jonas 
J. Pierce, Sharpsville, Pa. ; Hon. Sanford M. Burnham, 
Akron ; William H. Slade, Columbus ; Arthur A. Stearns, 
A.M., Cleveland ; Judge Newell D. Tibbals, Akron ; Ferdi- 
nand Schumacher, Akron ; Rev. Andrew Willson, Ravenna ; 
Joseph Hidy, Jr., Ph.B., Washington C. H. ; Rev. Henry 
L. Canfield, D.D., BellvUle ; Rev. J. F. Rice, Coe Ridge; 
J. F. Eddy, Bay City, Mich. ; George W. Crouse, Akron ; 
D. A. Doyle, Akron. 

There are three four years* courses of study — the classi- 
cal, the philosophical and the scientific. There is also a 
preparatory course for each of these courses. 

Faculty, — Rev. O. Cone, D.D., President, Messinger 
Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy; Charles M. 
Knight, A.M., Buchtel Professor of Physics and Chem- 
istry; Carl F. Kolbe, A.M., Hilton Professor of Modern 
Languages; William 1). Shipman, A. M., Professor of the 
Greek Language and Literature; Charles C. Bates, A.B., 
Professor of the Latin Language and Literature ; Edward 
AV. Claypole, B.A., B.Sc. (London), F.G.S., Professor of 
Natural Science; H. V. Egbert, A.B., Ainsworth Professor 
of Mathematics; C. R. Olin, B.S., Adjunct Professor of 
Mathematics ; Mary B. Jewett, A. 13., Pierce Professor of 
Rhetoric and English Literature; A. B. Tinker, M.S., 
LL.B., Instructor in Law ; Jennie Oifford, A M., Principal 
of Preparatory Department and Teacher of Science and 
School Management; Martha A. Bortlc, Teacher of English 
and Rhetorical Work ; Mary E. Stockman, Instructor in 
English and Latin; Dora E. Merrill, Instructor in Normal 
Studies ; Claus Wolfram. Director of Department of Music 
and Teacher of Piano, Organ and Theory ; Emma Louise 



UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 73 

"Mclutosh, Assistant Teacher of Piano; Madame Von 
Feilitzsch, Teacher of Voice Culture ; Annie A. Black, 
Teacher of Harmony, Composition and History of Music ; 
Gustav Sigel, Teacher of Violin, Cello and Zither; A. T. 
Van Laer, Teacher of Painting and Drawing. 

Expenses. — The necessary yearly expenses of students 
range from $150 to $200. Board in clubs, at cost, $2 a 
week. 

There are fifty perpetual scholarships, each of $60. The 
scholarship endowments are each of $1,000. 

Calendar. — Commencement for 1890, June 20. College 
year begins September 6. 



THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL, CANTON, N.Y. 

Faculty . — Rev. I. M. Atwood, D.D., President, and Pro- 
fessor of Theology and Ethics; Rev. J. S. Lee, D.D., 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Biblical Archaeology ; 
Rev. H. P. Forbes, M.A., Professor of Biblical Languages 
and Literature ; Rev. George Landor Perin, Lecturer on 
Preaching. 

Courses of lectures on preaching and pastoral work are 
given each year by eminent clergymen, — Universalist and 
other. 

Applicants for admission must bring testimonials as to 
their moral and religious character ; must be possessed of a 
good English education, and must avow their fixed intention 
to devote their lives to the Christian ministry. The full 
course of study requires three years ; College graduates can 
complete it in two. There is also a course arranged for four 
years, on the completion of which students will receive the 
degree of B.D. Students can enter for a shorter term, and 
will be entitled to a certificate stating their attainments. 

This is our oldest theological school, having been founded 
in 1856. It is now well endowed ; has an elegant and sub- 
stantial building for its exclusive use, and one of the best 
theological libraries in the country. German an(f French 
may be studied at Canton under the most favorable condi- 
tions. Students in the theological school are permitted to 
pursue any study in the College without charge. No charge 



74 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

is made for tuition or for the use of the library. Board in 
the institution, $3 a week ; in the village, $3.50. Students 
may obtain loans of the General Convention, when needed, 
to the extent of $150 a year. Gifts to needy and deserving 
students, in limited amounts, are made from the '^ Gage 
Fund" and the " Lester Taylor Fund." 

Calendar, — First term closes Jan. 29, 1890. Second 
term opens February 19. Commencement, June 24, 1890. 
Fall term begins Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1890. 



THE DIVUnTY SCHOOL OP TUPTS COLLEGE. 

Faculty, — Rev. E. II. Capen, D.D., President; Rev. T. 
J. Sawyer, D.D., Packard Professor of Christian Theology ; 
Rev. C. H. Leonard, D.D., Professor of Homiletics and 
Pastoral Theology; W. G. Tousey, A.M., D.B., Professor 
of Psychology and Natural Theology ; Rev. G. T. Knight^ 
A.M., D.B., Professor of Church History; Rev. G. M. 
Harmon, A.M., D.B., Assistant Professor of Theology; 
Moses T. Brown, A.M., Professor of Oratory; Rev. W. R. 
Shipman, D.D., Rev. E. L. Houghton, Rev. Henry I. Cush- 
man, D.D., Rev. W. S. Woodbridge, Lecturers. 

Candidates must bring testimonials as to character, and 
avow their purpose to devote their lives to the Christian 
ministry. Bachelors of Arts are admitted without examina- 
tion. Other candidates are examined in Greek, and in the 
other branches usually taught iu the best high schools and 
academies. The full collegiate course, as preliminary, is 
recommended to those who contemplate Theological studies ; 
but, since the circumstances of many earnest and capable 
men forbid so extensive preparation, a four years' theologi- 
cal course has been provided. Tliis course permits the 
introduction of branches not strictly professional, and yet 
of a fundamental character, and of the highest disciplinary 
value. It is the policy of the school to encourage the judi- 
cious use of the impoii;ant facilities which the proximity of 
the College to an intellectual centre like Boston affords, — 
libraries, cabinets, lectures, the teachings and methods of 
the most noted preachers of New England. 

The degree of D.B. is conferred upon A-B.'s who take 



UNIVERSAUST REGISTER. 75 

the full course of three years, and upon others who make 
equivalent attainments # To others taking the four years' 
course a suitable certificate is given. 

The necessary expenses will not exceed $200 a year. 
Tuition, room- rent, use of furniture, free. Students may 
add to their resources by preaching during the year and a 
half previous to graduation. The Universal ist General Con- 
vention aids students by a system of loans. 



I.OHBABD THEOI.OGICAI. DEPARTMENT. 

Faculty, — Rev. N. White, Ph.D., Professor of Biblical 
Languages and Exegesis; John V. N. Standish, Ph.D., 
Professor of Moral Philosophy and Natural Theology ; Isaac 
A. Parker, A.M., Professor of Greek; Rev. J. Clarence 
Lee, A.M., Professor of Homiletics and of Biblical Interpre- 
tation. 

Persons well recommended, who have resolved to devote 
themselves to the ministry, are admitted on examination, 
and may pursue a course of study embracing one, two, three 
or four years, according to their ability or need. 

Students completing one of the partial courses will receive 
a certificate of actual attainments in the studies pursued. 
Those completing the full course will receive the degree 
of B.D. 

All departments of the University are open to students of 
theology, without charge. The only expense is for board 
and books, which may be so reduced by beneficiary funds as 
to place the advantages of the theological school within the 
reach of all who desire them. 

The calendar of the theological school corresponds with 
that of other departments of the University. 



CMNTOlSr LIBERAL INSTITUTE. 

This institution, founded at Clinton, N. Y., in 1831, was 
moved to Fort Plain, N. Y., in 1879, and came into the pos- 
session of the buildings and grounds formerly known as the 
Fort Plain Seminary and Collegiate Institute. The present 



76 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

buildings are practically new, and fitted with all modern con- 
veniences. They are warmed by stesfkn and lighted by gas, 
and afford excellent accommodations for 150 boarding pupils. 
The Institute spares its lady pupils the necessity of climbing 
stairs ; a hydraulic elevator for their exclusive use was 
provided in August, 1888, at an expense of nearly $2,500. 

Competent judges have pronounced the buildings the finest 
of their kind in the State. Recent improvements include the 
new Porter business college room, fitted up at an expense of 
$1,000; the introduction of entirely new plumbing, costing 
over $1,200, and connection with the village water works, 
by which an unfailing supply of pure water is insured. The 
business college has a complete equipment of desks, offices, 
etc. The boys' gymnasium, erected seven years ago, is a 
two-story brick structure, 76x40 feet. Besides having four 
bowling-alleys, it is well supplied with the usual apparatus. 
It has proved valuable in many ways. Tlie ladies* gymna- 
sium is a room 56 feet long, opening from the chapel. The 
young ladies have daily calisthenics, under the super\nsion 
of Miss Cora M. Wheeler. The Institute is an admirably 
equipped school for young men and women. It aims to 
furnish advantages equal to the best to be found elsewhere, 
and at the same time make the expense to students as low as 
will permit the accomplishment of this object. All the depart- 
ments of academic training, as of the Classics, Sciences and 
Mathematics, are in the charge of instructors whose training 
and experience, as well as ability, qualify them for their work. 

In the department of Modern Languages students may 
acquire a speaking mastery of German, French and Italian. 
Piano Music is in the charge of Prof. Carl Bodel, a 
graduate, class of 1870, of the Royal Consei-vatory of Music 
in Stockholm, Sweden. Vocal Music is taught by Miss 
Lillian Reynolds, recently the soprano in the choir of Im- 
manuel Church, Boston, and for years a pupil of Geo. L. 
Osgood. The Music Class of 1887-88 numbered 126. The 
course in Elocution, as conducted by Miss C. M. Wheeler, 
is unreservedly recommended to those who desire to make a 
specialty of this study. It is doubtful whether any other 
seminary in the State affords one equally good. The work 
in the Art Department is decidedly superior. The Business 
Course is greatly superior to any offered by exclusively 



T7NIVER8ALIST KEGISTEB. 77 

commercial schools. Common English receives particular 
attention. Students are prepared for any College. Excel- 
lent courses in Literature, Rhetoric and History. Working 
Laboratory for students in Chemistry and Physics. 

Besides a preparatory year in common English, the school 
provides nine regular courses, viz. : The collegiate, four 
years ; the Academic, three years ; the college preparatory, 
three years ; the literary and musical, three years ; the 
business, length six months at least ; piano, three years ; 
vocal, three years ; art, three years ; elocution, two years. 
These will be found outlined in the school catalogue. 

Expenses, for board, tuition, church sitting, furnished room 
and washing, from S210 to $220 per year. Reduced rates 
to children of clergymen. 

The School \s located in one of the most delightful and 
healthful portions of the Mohawk Valley, about midway 
between Albany and Utica, on the New York Central and 
West Shore railroads. Twelve passenger trains from the 
West and twelve from the East stop at Fort Plain daily. 

Students under thirteen yeara of age are not admitted. 

Board of Trustees. — Prenident^ Amasa II. Martin, North 
Bloomfield ; Secretai-y, Rev. Daniel Ballon, Utica ; Charles 
Benedict, Little Falls ; Henry C. Lyman, M.D., Sherburne ; 
Edwin H. Town send. Auburn ; John Finehout, Canajoharie ; 
Edwin W. Wood, Fort Plain ; Reuben Elwood, Fort Plain ; 
Lester M. Weller, Fort Plain ; Rev. Asa Saxe, D.D., Roches- 
ter ; W. I. Scott, Bridgewater. 

Faculty — Charles V. Parsell, A.M., President; Anna C. 
Marston, Lady Principal. Sixteen competent instructors 
are employed in the various departments appertaining to a 
first-class academic institution. 

Catalogues, with full information, can be had on applica- 
tion to the President, Fort Plain, N. Y. 



GBESN MOUIQ'TAIN PERKINS ACADEMY. 

This school is situated in the pleasant and quiet village of 
South Woodstock, Vt., seven miles west of Hartland (Cen- 
tral Vermont Railroad) and five miles south of Woodstock 
(Woodstock Railroad from White River Junction), connected 
with the latter place by stage. 



78 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

It was incorporated in 1848, and has since been in suc- 
cessful operation, graduating meanwhile many men whose 
names stand high on the roll of honor of the Universalist 
denomination. 

The school is open to both sexes, and offers three com- 
plete courses of study : English, three yeare ; classical, three 
years ; and ladies* collegiate, four years. The P^nglish 
course fits young gentlemen and ladies for business or the 
requirements of home life ; the classical courae is sufficient 
for admission to any College in the country; while the 
ladies' collegiate course offera every advantage to those 
desirous of pui*suing an extended study of Latin, German, 
French and Higher English. Special courees can be taken 
if desired. Excellent advantages are offered for the study of 
Music, Elocution, Drawing and Penmanship. Compositions, 
Declamations, Reading and Spelling are required in each 
course. All the members of the school receive daily instruc- 
tion in Light Gymnastics, and the young ladies in Etiquette. 
* Board of Trustees. — President^ Rev. B. M. Tillotson, 
Woodstock ; Vice-President^ I. T. Fullerton, South Wood- 
stock ; Treasurer^ L. C. Kendall, South Woodstock ; Secre- 
tary ^ J. H. Hoadley, South Woodstock ; Justin F. McKenzie, 
Woodstock; Wm. R. Shipman, D.D., College Hill, Mass. ; 
Hosea V. French, Woodstock ; E. H. Atwood, South Wood- 
stock ; Sanford Wilder, South Woodstock ; H. W. Walker, 
South Woodstock ; R. M. Slayton, South Woodstock ; Gilbert 
A. Davis, Windsor ; James H. Murdock, Woodstock ; C D. 
Perkins, South Woodstock ; E. H. Slayton, South Wood- 
stock; Otis Wood, South Woodstock; H. F. Dunham, 
Woodstock ; E. C. Billings, South Woodstock ; D. A. Gif- 
ford. South Woodstock ; Wm. C. Bement, South Woodstock ; 
H. N. Bruce, Barnard ; C. H. Darling, Woodstock ; N. P. 
Wood, South Londonderry ; Hiram Holt, South Woodstock ; 
L. H. Morgan, South Woodstock ; O. H. Perry, Wayland, 
Mass. ; Fred O. Kendall, South Woodstock ; Chas. T. Wash- 
burn, South Woodstock. 

Teachers, — Miss Carrie A. Walker and Miss Edna L. 
Moi-gan. 

Terms. — Tuition, $6.00 per term ; the only extras being 
Music, Drawing, Penmanship, French and German. Board, 
including fuel, lights and washing, S3. 00 per week ; excellent 
opportunities for self -boarding. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 79 



DEAH ACADEMY. 

This is a first-class Boarding and Day School for both 
sexes. It is situated in Franklin, Norfolk County, Mass., 
twenty-seven miles from Boston, on the line of the New 
York and New England Railroad, and directly in communi- 
cation with all parts of the country. 

The Academy, which was incorporated in I860, and which 
derives its name from the late Dr. Oliver Dean of Franklin, 
owns a magnificent school edifice, with various out-buildings, 
valued at $240,000. The building is lighted with gas and 
heated by steam. It has every modern improvement iind 
convenience for the comfort of the pupils. It has also an 
endowment fund which lessens the cost of instruction. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Hon. Latimer W. Ballou, 
LL.D., Woonsocket, R. I. ; Vice-JPresidentj Albert Dicker- 
man, A.M., Boston; Treasurer^ Charles J. McKenzie, 
Franklin ; Secretary^ Rev. H. I. Cushman, D.D., Providence, 
R. I. ; Augustus Harrington, Peabody ; Rev. A. J. Patter- 
son, D.D., Roxbury ; Hon. Joseph G. Ray, Franklin ; Hon. 
Josiah G. Peabody, Lowell; Rev. E. H. Capen, D.D., 
President Tufts College, College Hill ; Rev. E. C. Bolles, 
Ph.D., D.D., New York; Charles Whittier, Roxbury ; David 
Cummings, Boston ; Rev. George Hill, Norwood ; Benjamin 
B. Whittemore, Boston; Rev. Charles Follen Lee, A.M., 
Charlestown ; Rev. M. H. Harris, Worcester ; Rev. William 
M. Thayer, Franklin ; Lyman Darling, Pawtucket, R. I. ; 
A. E. Dennison, A.M., Cambridgeport ; Rev. Charles J. 
White, Woonsocket, R. I. ; Joseph Merriam, Framingham ; 
Rev. W. F. Potter, South Framingham; E, I. Comins, 
Worcester ; Hon. Olney Arnold, Pawtucket, R. I. ; S. F. 
Woodbridge, North Cambridge. 

Board of Instruction. — Lester L. Burrington, A.M., Prin- 
cipal, Chase Professor of Latin and Greek ; Charles H. 
Bi-ock, A.B., Goddard Professor of Mathematics and Latin ; 
Chas. H. Cambridge, A.B., Professor of Science; Miss 
Carrie E. Hale, Teacher of Elocution and German ; Miss 
Sarah A. Hamlin, Preceptress, Teacher of Literature and 
History ; Edith S. Cushing, Teacher of French and English ; 
James M. Tracy, Professor of Instrumental Music; Mrs. 
Minnie Little, Teacher of Vocal Music ; Mina K. Goddard, 
Teacher of Drawing and Painting. 



80 U19IVERSALIST REOISTER. 

The courses of study are : English, of three years ; aca- 
demic, of four years ; college preparatory, of four years. 
A preparatory course of one year is arranged for those not 
fitted to enter one of the regular courses. Special attention 
is given to fitting students for the College. 

Terms, including all expenses of board, lights, heat, 
instruction, etc., but exclusive of ornamental branches and 
washing, per year, $200, divided as follows : First and 
second terms, $70 each; third term, $60. Ornamental 
branches. Drawing, Painting and Music, extra, but reason- 
able. 

Calendar. — Winter term begins Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1889. 
Spring term begins Tuesday, March 1, 1890. Founder's 
Day, February 18. Graduating exercises, Thursday, June 
12, 1890. 

QODDABD SEMIKABY. 

The Seminary is situated at Barre, Vt., six miles from 
Montpelier, and is easy of access by rail from points within 
the State or at a distance. 

Four courses of study are offered. The academic course 
includes a knowledge of the ordinary English branches and 
the sciences, with at least two years spent on languages. 
By omitting the languages, an English course is formed sim- 
ilar to the ordinary course in schools of this grade. The 
college preparatory course fits the student for any college, 
while including some useful studies not required for admis- 
sion. The collegiate course is designed for such students as 
do not purpose attending College, but desire the best educa- 
tion a secondary school can give them. There is opportunity 
in this course, therefore, for studying the ancient and modern 
languages, mathematics, science, English literature, rhetoric 
and history. 

Each of the courses occupies four years, and a diploma is 
given at the completion of any one of them. 

Both sexes are admitted. The atmosphere of the school 
is made as home-like as possible, while suitable restraints 
are imposed. A multiplicity of rules is avoided, however, 
much being left to each student's honor and sense of pro- 
priety. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

The department of instrumental music is conducted by 
Miss L. M. Kendall, whose*metliod of daily lessons results 
in assured progress. The reputation of this department is 
very high. Diplomas will be given to students satisfactorily 
completing the course in Music. 

Vocal music is taught by Mrs. Etta Bessc Miller, a con- 
tralto soloist of reputation, and a teacher of experience. 
Her work gives general satisfaction. 

The school is supplied with anatomical models, charts, 
globes, microscope, a cabinet of minerals, apparatus for 
chemisti*y and natural philosophy, and a library of sixteen 
hundred volumes. 

Ftuid. — The permanent fund amounts to about $23,000, 
and will be materially increased by the bequest of the late 
Mrs. Almira Smith of Barre. 

Expenses. — Board, $3.50 per week, including room-rent, 
steam heat, light and washing. The charge for tuition aver- 
ages about $9 per term. Nine free scholarships pay the 
tuition of those pupils meeting the requirements. 

Board of Trustees. — President, Rev. W. R. Shipman, 
D.D., College Hill, Mass. ; Secretary^ George W. Tilden, 
Barre ; Rev. S. A. Parker, Bethel ; L. F. Aldrich, Barre ; 
David W. Mower, Barre ; Charles Templeton, Barre ; Hon. 
R. 8. Taft, Williston ; J. M. Haynes, St. Albans ; Hon. 
A. T. Foster, Derby Line ; Hon. Clark King, Montpelier ; 
Ira C. Calef, Washington ; S. F. Frary, StraflPord ; Miles 
Morrison, Barre ; Henry Priest, A.B., Canton, N. Y. ; Rev. 
J. E. Wright, Montpelier; A. J. Hollister, North Mont- 
pelier; E. J. Whitcomb, Ludlow; Rev. C. H. Eaton, D.D., 
New York, N.Y. ; George W. Berry, Boston, Mass. ; B. W. 
Braley, M.D., Barre; H. V. French, Woodstock; Augustin 
aaflin, Barre; Wm. Farwell, Barre; B. P. White, East 
Calais ; Rev. E. Smiley, Richmond ; Rev. Geo. S. Guernsey, 
Rochester ; Edson Farnham, Shoreham ; Geo. E. Hollister, 
Marshiield. 

Board of Teachers. — D. L. Maulsby, Principal, and 
Teacher of Greek, Elocution, Mental and Moral Philosophy ; 
Arthur W. Pierce, Latin and English Literature ; T. H. 
Ayer, Mathematics and Science ; Mrs. M. B. Aitcheson, 
Preceptress, and Teacher of History and English; Miss 
Persia A. Thompson, English Branches; Miss Grace P 



82 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Aitcheson, French, German and Gymnastdcs ; Miss Martha 
£. Calef, Painting and Drawing; Miss L. M. Kendall, 
Piano and Organ; Mrs. Etta Besse Miller, Vocal Music; 
J. M. Kent, Penmanship* 

Calendar. — The school year has forty weeks. Fall term 
begins Tuesday, Aug. 27, 1889 ; closes Monday, November 
25. Winter term begins Tuesday, December 10 ; closes 
Monday, March 10, 1890. Spring term begins Wednesday, 
March 19 ; closes Wednesday, June 25. 

Catalogues and other information may be had by address- 
ing the Principal at Barre. 



WESTBBOOK SEMINABY AND FEMALE 

COLLEGE. 

This is a boarding and day school for both sexes, chartered 
as Westbrook Seminary in 1831, and opened for instruction 
in 1884. It is very easy of access, situated in Deering, Me., 
two and one-half miles from Portland. 

The buildings are Goddard Hall for gentlemen, Hersey 
Hall for ladies, a dining-hall connecting the two, the Semi- 
nary building and a chapel. The Universalist Church is on 
the seminary grounds. 

The boarding and dining halls are heated by steam and 
have other conveniences, and accommodations for two hun- 
dred boarders. The Seminary building contains a general 
school-room, recitation-rooms, laboratory, and a cabinet of 
minerals and curiosities. The library is in Hersey Hall. 

The institution offers five courses of study : a common 
English course for one year, a higher English for three years, 
the college preparatory, the scientific and the ladies' clas- 
sical course, each of four years. Diplomas are given to 
those completing any of the higher courses, and degrees are 
conferred by' State authority on ladies who complete either 
the scientific or the ladies' classical course. Special atten- 
tion is given to preparing students for college. 

Expenses, — Board, including fuel and lights, $3 per week. 
Tuition from $7.50 to $9.50 per term of fourteen weeks. 
The regular school expenses, not including ornamental 
branches and modem languages, for the full school year, 
vary from $155 to $170. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 83 

Officers of the Corporation. — Hon. Sidney Perham, 
President; Alf red Woodman, Esq., Fic€-/Ve«deni; Charles S. 
Fobes, Treasurer; Grenville M. Stevens, Secretary ; Alfred 
Woodman, -4udiYor; William R. French, D.D., Correspond- 
ing Secretary. 

Trustees. — Merrltt B. Cooledge, A.M., Deering; Hon. 
Jesse Davis, Lisbon; Henry R. Virgin, A.B., Portland; 
Nathaniel K. Sawyer, Esq., Deering; Edwin Ginn, A.M., 
Boston, Mass. ; William R. French, D.D. Turner Centre ; 
Hon. Sidney Perham, Paris ; Charles S. Fobes, A.M., Port- 
land ; Alfred Woodman, Esq., Portland ; Edwin M. Fuller, 
M.D., Bath ; Rufus Dunham, Esq., Deering ; David Torrey, 
Deering ; Hon. Ara Cushman, Auburn ; Rev. Henry Blan- 
chard, Portland ; Hon. Henry Lord, Bangor ; Mrs. Persis M. 
Paine, Hallowell ; Hon. Fabius M. Ray, Saccarappa ; Mrs. C. 
A. Quinby, Augusta ; Hon. Augustus F. Moulton, Portland ; 
T. S. Winslow, Deering. 

Board of Instruction and Government. — A. B. Allen, 
A.M., Acting President, and Teacher of Latin and Greek 
Languages; Henry B. Stone, Ph.B., Teacher of Natural 
Sciences and Higher Mathematics ; Miss D. N. Morton, L.A., 
Preceptress, and Teacher of French, German and Rhetoric ; 
Miss Rose Bennett, L.A., Teacher of Latin and Mathematics ; 
Mrs. A. B. Allen, M.M., Teacher of Instrumental and Vocal 
Music, Painting and Drawing. 

Terms and Calendar for ISSO-OO. — The academic year 
is divided into three terms : two of fourteen, and one of ten 
weeks. First {FtUl) term, 1889, begins Tuesday, Septem- 
ber 3 ; ends Friday, December 6. Second ( Winter) term 
begins Tuesday, Dec. 31, 1889 ; ends Friday, March 7, 1890. 
Third {Spring) term begins Tuesday, March 18 ; ends Fri- 
day, June 20. Examinations, Monday, Tuesday and Wed- 
nesday, June 17, 18 and 19. Commencement, June 19, 1890. 
Fall term, 1890, begins Tuesday, September 2. 



FEBIODICAI.8. 



1. The Christian Leaper, a quarto of eight pages, is 
published every Thursday at Boston, Mass., by the Univer- 
salist Publishing House, at $2.50 a year, in advance. G. H. 
Emerson, D.D., editor; I. M. Atwood, D.D., A. Gunnison 



84 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

D.D., J. M. Pallman, D.D., Rev. L. C. Browne and Mrs. 
J. L. Patterson, contributing editors. 

2. The Gospel Banner, a folio sheet, 42 by 29 inches, 
now in its fifty-fifth volume, is published every Thursday 
at Augusta, Me., by the B. A. Mead Company, at $2 a year, 
in advance. Rev. I. J. Mead, editor. 

3. The Ukiversalist, a quarto of eight pages, is pub- 
lished every Saturday, at $2.50 a year, in advance, by the 
Universalist Publishing House, Western Branch, 69 Dear- 
born Street, Rooms 40 and 41, Chicago, 111. Rev. J. S. 
Cantwell, D.D., editor. 

4. The Universalist Herald, folio, 31 by 22 inches, is 
published once in two weeks, at $1.50 a year, in advance, 
by Rev. John C. Burruss,%t Notasulga, Ala. 

5. The Universalist Quarterly, octavo, 132 pages per 
number, is published on the Ist of January, April, July 
and October by the Universalist Publishing House, Boston, 
Mass. Rev. Richard Eddy, D.D., editor. The Quarterly 
has just completed its forty-sixth year. Price reduced to 
$2 per year, in advance. 

6. The Myrtle, an illustrated Sunday-school paper, is 
published weekly by the Universalist Publishing House, 
Boston, Mass., at 75 cents a year, in advance. Ten or 
more copies are sent to one address at 50 cents each, 
postage paid. 

7. The Sunday-school Helper, monthly, of 32 pages, 
octavo, devoted to Sabbath-school teaching, is published by 
the Universalist Publishing House at $1.50 a year, includ- 
ing six Lesson Sheets. Without the Lesson Sheets, $1 per 
year. Extra Lesson Sheets, each 12 cents per year. Primary ' 
Lesson Papers, each 12 cents per year. Each number con- 
tains lessons for every Sunday in the month of its date. 
Rev. J. M. Pullman, D.D., editor ; Mrs. Olive Pond Amies, 
conductor of primary department. 

8. Manford's Magazine, monthly, octavo, 64 pages, is 
edited and published by Rev. T. H. Tabor, Chicago, HI. 
Price, $1.50 per year. 

9. The Universalist Register, a statistical year-book 
of the Universalist Church, is issued annually by the Univer- 
salist Publishing House. 12 mo., with paper covers. By 
mail, postage paid, 25 cents. A liberal discount by the 
quantity. Rev. Richard Eddy, D.D., editor. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



85 



STATISTICAL RECAPITULATION. 





• 


• 

1 
1 


• 

> 

1 

s 


i 

§ 


it 


• 

1 




04 


* 


O 


s 


GD 

1 


S 


AlalMtma, 


10 


107 


10 


366 


1 

1 

3 


118 


ArkanflM, 


> 


• 


1 


16 


> 


- 


GUIfornta, 


7 


303 


1 ft 


241 1 


1 


400 


Ouiadft, Ontario, . 


7 


226 


6 


; 202 


6 


108 




5 


138 


4 


302 


i S 


210 


Colorado, . 


1 


. 


. 


— 1 


1 


30 


Conneetieat, . 


18 


1,143 


14 


1,245 I 


16 


1,726 


Dtotrlet of Colombia, 


1 


145 1 


' 1 


07 


' 1 


118 


Florida, . 


- 


- 


3 


41 


, 1 


15 


Ooor^fa, . 


16 


180 


13 


377 


• 


<- 


Idabo, 


1 


— 


1 


28 


1 


4 


Illinoto, . 


66 


2,431 


42 


4,045 


44 


3,764 




63 


066 


63 


2,762 1 


28 


1,467 


Iowa, 


36 


640 , 


! 16 


6iie , 


14 


026 


Kanaaa, . 


16 


430 1 


10 


465 1 


! 


410 


Kentucky, 


12 


368 


12 


488 < 


1 S 


45 


M«]n#, . . 


100 


3,664 1 


44 


1,021 


75 


6,546 


Maryland, 


2 


86 


1 


802 


, 1 


110 


KasMcbasetU, 


122 


0,303 


04 


6.550 . 


llu 


15.636 


Mieblgan, 


28 


1.207 


ID 


1,178 , 


23 


1.441 


Minneeota, 


14 


1,217 





801 


11 


1,086 


Miaetaeippi, . 


3 


6 


3 


00 


I 1 


SO 


Mlaaoari. . 


6 


104 


1 13 


366 1 


1 2 


00 


Kebraeka, 


4 


77 


4 


72 


3 


150 


New Hampahlre, . 


30 


2.122 


22 


1.074 


28 


1,822 


New Jersey, . 


7 


400 


6 


382 


6 


617 


New York, 


166 


6,020 1 


> 126 


6,037 


113 


8,435 


North Carolina, 


3 


140 1 


1 ^ 


256 


1 


26 


North Dakota. 


1 


18 ' 


1 


— 


— 


. 


Ohio, 


80 


2,604 


' » 


4,016 


62 


3,976 


OreiS**o, . 


3 


— 


1 


35 


- 


— 


Pennpylvania, . 


46 


1.621 j 


41 


2.157 


20 


2,122 


Rhode laland, . 


11 


002 1 





1,004 





1,506 


Sooth Carolina, 


2 


25 


, 2 


08 


1 • 2 


. 75 


SoQth Dakota, 


2 


• 


1 


22 1 


— 


— 


Tennessee, 


1 


. 


1 


22 ' 


> 


. 


Texas, 


11 


61 


10 


278 


4 


146 


Vermont, . 


66 


2,212 


34 


1,423 


46 


2,010 


Vfrgiola, . 
West Virginia, 


1 
1 


16 
26 


1 
1 


15 
61 


1 
1 


18 
50 


Wisconsin, 


10 


784 I 


14 


407 


' 13 


800 


Bcotiaod, . 


2 
074 


«l 


1 

732 


180 


1 
674 


42 


ToUls. . 42 


40,844 j 


42,062 


66,146 



5*0 



4 
6 
8 

17 

1 

1 

10 

1 

44 

42 

23 

6 

10 

01 

2 

108 

25 

11 

2 

2 

4 

20 

6 

152 

3 

82 

1 

35 

11 

2 



1 
56 

1 

1 
16 

1 



816 



tt 

a s 



$3,500 

62,700 

0,000 

131,300 

346,500 

47,000 

1,600 

4,900 

2,500 

4S1,U20 

144,616 

108,700 

22,300 

13,900 

54<J,9CK) 

31,000 

2,062,450 

204,100 

217,700 

600 

2,100 

25,200 

222,200 

137, too 

1,794,^50 

1,200 

310,710 

1,000 

37.>,2O0 

300,500 

l,iUO 



3,100 

270,100 

10,0(K) 

1,200 

05,700 

500 



$8,018,046 



An apparent slight gain over last year in parishes, a small 
falling off in families ; but a gain of 11 church organizations, 
4,172 communicants, 17 Sunday-schools, 2,941 members 
of Sunday-schools, and $102,290 in the value of church 
property. 



86 



UKIVERSALIBT REGISTER. 



TABULAR VIEW OF SCHOOLS AND OOLLBQB8. 







Date of In. | 
corporation. , 

1 








NAME. 


1 

Loeatlon. 


No. of Pro- 
feaaora and 
Teacbera. 


• 
B 

92 

'Si 


TofU Collate, 


ICedford, ICaaa., . 


1862 


13 


iin 




Tha Divlitftj Sobool of TqfU 
Oollafa, .... 


Medford, Maaa., . 


1857 




38. 


$U00,000 


8t. Lawrenae UolranHy, 


Caotoo, N. Y., 


18M 


_ 


781 




Bt. Lawranea Tbaologloal 
Sobool 


Canton, N. T., 


18M 


• 


V 400,000 


Lombard Uolvaraity, . 


Oaleabarg, III., 


1852 


10 


~1 


Lombard Tbaologloal De- 
partmaoti .... 


Oaleaburg, 111., 


1881 




..1 


225,000 


Buebtal OoUasa. . 


Akron, Oblo, . 


1871 


28 


242* 


500,000 


Clinton Liberal Inatluita, 


Fort Plain, N.T., . 


1881 


16 


150 


108,000 


Waatbrook Seminary, . 


Deerlng, Me., 


1831 




125 


100,000 


Dean Academy, . 


Franklin, Kaaa., . 


1865 


10 


125 


250,000 


Ooddard Seminary, 


Barre, Vt., . 


1863 


10 


150 


80,000 


Oreen Mt. Perklna Aeademy, 


8o.Woodatock,Vt., 


1848 


2 


20 


15,000 


Totala, ... 12 


112 


1.162 


$2,778,000 



* In regular conraea. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 87 

THE imiVERSALIST PUBLISHING HOUSE. . 

30 West Street, Boston, Mass. 

WESTERK BRANCH. 
09 DxARBOKN Stbkt, Rooius 40 aod 41, Chicaoo, III. 



This House was Incorporated in 1872, and holds all its property 
for the nse and benefit of the Universalist Church. It is managed 
by a board of twenty-one Trustees, who hold office until their resig- 
nation, or removal from the State from which they were elected. 
Vacancies may be filled by the State Convention which the Trustees 
represented; such State Convention failing to fill said vacancies 
within one year, the Trustees shall do so at their next annual meet- 
ing thereafter. Fourteen of the Trustees belong in Massachusetts, 
two in Rhode Island, and one each in Maine, New Hampshire, 
Vermont, Connecticut and New York. 



TRUSTEES. 

ReT. A. A. Miner, D.D., LL.D., Pretident, Botton, MaM. 
JOHK D. W. Jot, Treaturer, Boston, MliM. 



Chas. E. Cabpbktbb, Provideoee, R. I. | A.M. Copp, Maiden, Maas. 

Rev. QsoKax Hill, Norwood, Uaas. , Joskph [>.\Vilds, Melrose, Matu^ 

Hon. NswTOH Talbot, Boston, Mass. 

Hon. M09B« Hqmphbet, Ooneord, N. H. 

Mrs. C. M. Sawtbb, College Hill, Mass. 

William H. PiKmT. Boston, Mass. 

SuH Alxxakdkb, Rozbnry, Mass. 

JAMia D. Perkins, Brooklyn, K. Y. 

Rev. W.8.WooDBRiDeE,Medford,Mas8. 

Hon. Olnet Arnold, Pawtucket, R. I. 



Hon. T. J. BoARDMAN, Hartford. Conn. 
Hon. E. F. Endicott, Chelsea, Mass. 
Col. Geo. W. Hooker, Brattleboro*, Vt. 
H. D. William H, West Roxbury, Maas. 
Rev. H. S. Whitman, Augusta, Me. 
R. A. Ballou, Newton Centre, Mass. 
Robert M. Bailey, Boston, Mass. 



The first nine persons named in the foregoing list constitute a 
Board of Directors. 

Thomas H. Armstrong, Cferk of Corporation, Boston, Mass. 
Charles Caterlt, General Agent. 

The net assets of the House are about $70,000, consisting of 
periodicals, books, plat^, etc. It publishes and owns the titles and 
copyrights of one hundred and fifty volumes and six periodicals; 
viz., the Chrittian Leader, the Universalist, the Quarterly, the Sun- 
day-School Helper, the Myrtle, and the Universalist Register. 



88 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



KECROLOGY. 

The deaths of the following-named preachers, or former 
preachers in the Universalist Church, twenty-one in all, have 
occurred since the Register for 1889 went to press, except 
the first, of which we have but recent information. Limited 
space at our command necessitates only a brief notice of 
each. 

*' Daniel Brewer of Gordon, Ga., died July 26, 1887, 
aged seventy-six. A primitive Baptist in early life, he 
became a Universalist at the age of forty, and was ordained 
in 1869. ' A man of pure life, of great charity and of untir- 
ing zeal for the spread of the knowledge of the truth.' " 

Alonzo Bacon Copeland, born in Potsdam, N. Y., June 28, 
1810, died at Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 11, 1888. His general 
education was obtained at St. Lawrence Academy, Pots- 
dam, N. Y., and he made what preparation for the ministry 
was possible at Clinton Liberal Institute, Clinton, N. Y. 
He was ordained in 1842, and spent most of his minis- 
try in the neighborhood of Rochester, N. Y. In 1847, on 
account of a throat difliculty, he ceased to preach regularly. 
For many years prior to his decease he was an almost help- 
less invalid. Through all his varied experiences he was a 
time Christian. 

James T. Powers died at I^exington, Mass., Dec. 17, 
1888, aged sixty-three years. Early identified with Univer- 
salism, and for several years superintendent of our Sunday- 
school in Brooklyn, N. Y., he entered the ministry in 1854, 
and was ordained in 1855. His settlement was in South- 
bridge, Mass., and subsequently in the Unitarian parish a( 
Carlisle, Mass. He won the reputation of ^* exceptional 
talent as a writer," and, though not always successful, had 
many friends, and lived a Christian life. 

Jasiel Perry Fuller was born in Stoughton, Mass., 
April 7, 1803, and died at.Galesburg, 111., Dec. 19, 1888. 
He began his public religious career as a Methodist exhorter, 
although never formally connected with the Methodist 



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Church. In June, 1824, he was fellowshipped as a Uni- 
versalist preacher by the Southern Association, having 
studied for the ministry with his elder brother, the late Rev. 
Zelotes Fuller. He was ordained at a session of the same 
association at South Wilbraham, Mass., June 2, 1825. His 
pastoral settlements were at Stafford, Conn., Dana, Mass., 
Beardstown, Camden, Peoria, Farmington, Tivoli and Hen- 
derson, 111. For four years he was at Troy, Mo. Returning 
to Illinois, he was at Cherry Grove and Henderson Grove 
for four years, when, afflicted with total blindness, his work 
was brought to a stop. Subsequently his sight was partially 
restored, and he was able to preach occasionally. A resident 
of Galesburg for many years, he was respected by all who 
knew him. 

Joseph Plummek Atkinson, born in Gloucester, Mass.^ 
Nov. 17, 1809, died at the residence of his daughter, in 
Boston, Mass., Dec. 27, 1888. Educated in his native town, 
he studied for the ministry with the late Rev. Dr. Thoma» 
Whittemore, and was ordained in 1829. His settlements were 
at Hlngham, Mass., Dover and Weare, N. H., Marblehead, 
Mass., Westbrook, Me., Orleans and Orange, Mass. His 
residence for many years was at Laconia, N. H., where lie 
*' greatly endeared himself to the whole community." At 
one time at the head of the business affairs of the Univer- 
salist Publishing House, he conducted its affairs with great 
zeal and integrity. An early and consistent advocate of tiie 
temperance reform, he made many sacrifices in its behalf, 
and rendered it valuable and valiant service. Blessed in his 
closing hours with unimpaired intellectual power, he bore 
testimony to the transcendent power of his faith, and was 
supported and cheered by its abundant comforts. 

"Miles L. Langley of Curtis, Ark., died Dec. 30, 
1888, aged sixty-two. Ordained a minister of the Baptist 
denomination in 1850, he continued in that work, with the 
marked approval of his associates, until 1884, when changes 
of conviction led to his withdrawal from his former fellow- 
ship. Last year he sought and received from the General 
Convention a license as an ordained clergyman. His neigh- 
bors bear full testimony to his Chxistian character. During 



90 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

his entire life he was a resident of Arkansas, and in the years 
of internecine strife he was a faithful adherent of the Union. 
He was a member of the convention in 1864 that established 
a pro^^8ional government loyal to the Union ; was a repre- 
sentative of his county in the convention of 1868 for 
framing a new State constitution, and was in the same year 
chaplain of the house of representatives." 

Jamks Partelow Weston, D.D., born in Bremen, Q€r- 
pMKny, in July, 1815, died at Deering, Me., Dec. 31, 1888. 
He graduated from Bowdoin College in 1840, and was 
ordained at the session of the Maine Convention of Uni- 
versalists, held in Augusta, in 1842. His only settlement as 
a pastor was at GcOfMm, Me., from 1843 to 1850. The 
remainder of his life was devoted to teaching. Principal of 
the Liberal Institute in Waterville, Me., from 1850 to 1853, 
he took charge of Westbrook Seminary at Deering, Me., 
in the last-named year, and became President of Lombard 
University, Galesburg, III., in 1859. Retiring from that 
position in 1872, he became Principal of Dean Academy, 
Franklin, Mass., which position he filled tUl 1877. In 1878 
he returned to Deering as President of Westbrook Seminary, 
where he remained during the rest of his life. His degree 
of D.D. was conferred by Tufts College in 1864. '' He was 
a man of marked ability, of affectionate disposition, and 
great strength of character. He gained not only the respect 
bat also the love of his pupils and teachers, and his success 
in building up the institutions with which he was connected 
bears testimony to the fact." 

'^Mrs. Estella Backus, wife of Rev. W. M. Backus, 
and a licentiate of the Ohio Universalist Convention, died 
in Blanchester, Ohio, Jan. 9, 1889. ... By the purity of 
her life and the sweetness of her spirit, she won the love 
and esteem not only of our own church but the entire com- 
munity. She died as she had lived, firm in her faith in the 
gospel of Grod's undying, unchanging love." 

HoLDEN Rtan Nye, D.D., bom in Canada, September, 
1819, died at Norwood, Mass., Jan. 17, 1889. He was 
ordained at Methuen, Mass., Sept. 4, 1842. His pastorates 



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were at Metbiien, Mass., Bangor, Me., New York, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Columbus, Ohio, Springfield, 111., Springfield, Mass., 
Philadelphia, Towanda, Pa., and Norwood, Mass. From 
September, 1858, to January, 1863, he was associated with 
Rev. Dr. G. L. Demarest, in editing and publishing the 
*' Star in the West," at Cincinnati, Ohio. His life was one of 
great activity, his preaching earnest, eloquent and effective. 
In the field of debate he took high rank as a defender of the 
faith ; and, although his life was ^^ beset with many cares 
and anxieties, he always illustrated the patience and hopeful- 
ness of the Christian." 

Daniel Mortimer Reed of Rockford, 111., died Jan. 
23, 1889, aged sixty-six. Ordained at Oxford, N. H., 
Aug. 27, 1845, '' he served several parishes in New England, 
and removing West, found fields of labor in Peoria, 111., 
Dubuque, Iowa, and Rockford, 111., which last city had been 
his home for twenty- two years. His strong mental endow- 
ments and popular gifts rendered him an eloquent exponent 
of our faith. He was always a faithful pastor, and wan 
successful and popular in all his churches. He was a man 
of great kindness of heart and of amiable character, and as 
the Rockford ' Register * aptly styles him, ' a preacher of 
sweetness and light.' " 

" Elias Lyman Briggs of Wilton Junction, Iowa, died Feb. 
><, 1889, aged sixty-seven. Mr. Briggs had for many yearn 
been a member and minister of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church; but at last, after much mental struggle, became 
*' convinced that the Bible did not teach the doctrine of end- 
less punishment.' In 1878 he was disowned by the Confer- 
ence to which he belonged, on doctrinal grounds alone, and 
for ten years he had faithfully labored in our fellowship for 
the progress of the Divine Kingdom. In him, *' strength of 
intellect, sweetness of character and spirituality were all 
combined.' " 

**Geokge H. Hastings of Whitewater, Wis., died Feb. 
14, 1889, aged thirty-four. He had come to our ministry 
from that of another church, but had not completed the year 
of probationary license. ' He was faithful to our cause in 



92 UNIVBRSALIST REGISTER. 

Whitewater, and though a sick man from the beginning of 
his pastorate, he did excellent service to our church, and 
was deeply mourned.' " 

Benjamin Hunt, born Jan. 6, 1817, died at his home in 
South Alabama, N. Y., May 27, 1889. Fellowshipped by the 
Niagara Association in June, 1841, he was ordained at 
Cowlesville, N. Y., May 14, 1845. Most of his work was 
done in the State of New York in pastorates at Aurora, 
Cowlesville, Freedom, Yorkshire, Wales and Alexander. 
He spent seven years, however, in Michigan. *' Studioua 
and a hard worker, his sermons gave evidence of close 
application and thorough preparation, and were a power for 
good. He held several discussions with religious opponents,, 
and did yeoman's sei*vice for the cause of Universalism. 
He commanded the respect, confidence and good-will of all 
who knew him. He rests from his labors, and his workft 
not only follow him, but remain as a lasting monument to 
his memory," 

William Queal, born in Utica, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1812, 
died suddenly at his home in Springfield, Mich., June 3, 
1889. A student for the ministry with the late Rev. Stephen 
B. Smith, he served, after his ordination, at Mottville and 
other points in western New York a few years, when, in 
1836, he made a trip to Illinois, and preached the first 
Universalist sermon delivered in Chicago. Returning to> 
New York, he had an eleven years' pastorate in BristoU 
Ontario County; and then, being severely afiSicted with 
bronchial trouble, he sought a residence in Michigan, and 
gave up preaching. For several years he has been a magis- 
trate. The Tecumseh "Herald" said of him: *'He waa 
plain-spoken and independent in all his views, and was a 
magistrate possessed of learning and integrity. A kind 
father, an indulgent husband, a friend of education, an 
honored citizen. " 

Samuel Binns was born in Bury, England, Aug. 22, 1816^ 
and died at Fayette, Fulton County, Ohio, June 17, 1889. 
Formerly a Methodist, he became a Universalist in 1849, and 
was ordained in 1852. " He became at once an active and 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 93 

tireless missionary of Uuiversalism. He was a man of 
sturdy physique, and untiring industry and energy. Op|>o- 
nents of Uuiversalism were promptly challenged to discii8- 
«ion, and, if they accepted the challenge, they found in 
Brotiier Binns a strong and ready debater. For sonu^ 
twenty-five years he was in active ministerial labor, and his 
work was fruitful of good. " Failing health compelled the 
relinquishing of his public labors, and made him long for 
the time of his departure. Conscious when the end canie, 
he was glad to be released. 

"Harvet Eugene Robinson died at Williamstown, Vt., 
June 17, 1889, aged — . Mr. Robinson had just completed tlui 
'Course of study in Tufts Divinity School, and, having been 
a licentiate of the Massachusetts Convention for a year, Iiis 
ordination had been authorized. At the time appointed for 
this solemn service, however, he was suffering from the ill- 
ness which speedily terminated in death. Mr. Robinson ^ was 
a faithful and earnest student, and especially devoted to tiu^ 
practical problems of the Church. ... He soon found liis 
place among the Christian workers in the West Somcrville 
Universalist Church, sharing in all the fortunes of the 
society, rejoicing in all of its good work and progress, 
leading in the endeavor of the young people after Christian 
life, and giving himself with missionary zeal and purpose to 
the promotion of the cause he loved.' " 

Elihu Moore, born in Gallia County, Ohio, April 6, 1813, 
died at his home near Troy, Ohio, July 8, 1889. He began 
to preach as a Baptist in 1833, and in 1844 became a public 
advocate of Uuiversalism. His son says of him, '^ I sup- 
' pose father organized more churches during his ministry than 
any other Universalist minister in the State of Ohio. " His 
sickness was protracted, lasting about five years, during the 
latter portion of which he longed ardently for release. He 
was a true Christian minister. 

RuFus Orland Williams, D.D., born in Peru, Berkshire 

County, Mass., May 13, 1805, died at Upper Lisle, N. Y., 

Aug. 29, 1889. He fitted for the ministry under the dii-ection 

^of Rev. Messrs. W. S. Balch and Warren Skinner ; was fellow- 



94 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

shipped by the Green Mountain Association at its session at 
Barnard, Vt.., in June, 1830, and was ordained at the session 
of the New York State Convention at Clinton, May 12, 1831. 
For several years he made his home at Albany, N. Y., preach- 
ing at Amsterdam and other places ip that vicinity. Subse- 
quently he settled in Hartford, Conn., then at Barkhampsted, 
in the same State. Afterwards he had pastorates in Dover ^ 
N. H., Norwich, Conn., Southbridge, Mass., Exeter, N. H.^ 
and Upper Lisle, N. Y. While a resident of Massachusetts 
he attended medical lectures in Worcester, and received the 
degree of M.D. After removing to Upper Lisle, in 1861, 
he practised medicine for twenty years. While in Hartford 
he was associated with the late Rev. Dr. Williamson in 
editing and publishing the ^' Religious Inquirer and Gospel 
Anchor." Subsequently, when the paper became the 
*^ Universalist Union," and was moved to New York, Mr. 
Williams continued his connection with it, having as his 
associates Rev. Messrs. A. C. Thomas, T. J. Sawyer, I. D. 
Williamson and Mr. Philo Price. Dr. Williams was a scholar, 
and many of his best productions enriched the pages of the 
*^ Universalist Quarterly." He was a good man, full of the 
Holy Spirit and of faith. 

£llery Elmer Peck, born in Oppenheim, N. Y., Aug. 2, 
1849, died in Bangor, Me., Sept. 10, 1889. A graduate of 
the Divinity School of Tufts College in 1875, he was ordained 
at St. Johnsville, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1876. His pastorates 
were at Cooperstown, Victor, N. Y., and Bangor, Me. In 
noticing Mr. Peck's death, the "Gospel Banner" said of 
him : " He was successful from the beginning of his minis- 
terial labors, the rich fruits of his several pastorates fulfill- 
ing the promise of his college years and his class-room 
successes. As a student he was thorough, although his 
mind was quick in intellectual processes, while as a speaker 
he excelled. In his public ministrations he spoke his care- 
fully prepared discourses with a force and an unction which 
insured large and ever-increasing audiences, and cai*ried the 
truths enunciated home to the minds and hearts of the atten- 
tive hearers. There was a magnetism in the person and 
voice of the sincere and energetic preacher which caused the 
sentiments uttered to be deeply impressed upon the minds of 



CN1VER8ALI8T REGISTER. 95 

the listeners. At the same time, their moral and spiritual 
natures were moved to respond to the stirring tones and 
impassioned appeals. 

^' His ministry in Bangor will be long remembered by those 
who labored with him. His success there has been marked. 
Every department of church work has felt the influence of 
his thoughtfulness and his unyielding energy. The church 
edifice has been improved and beautified ; the church organi- 
zation strengthened ; the Sunday-school enlarged in member- 
ship ; the congregation greatly increased, and the spirituality 
of the people doubtless correspondingly deepened. The 
young people have been cared for, the social interests kept 
in a healthy state, and the parish has prospered financially. 
His influence for good in the community was felt in many 
ways. He was ever ready to do what he could to promote 
temperance and other worthy reforms. Reverent, manly, 
courteous and genial, he made and held friends wherever he 
lived, and by these noble qualities he not only secured for 
himself the esteem of all who knew him, but he won for his 
church and cause the respect of those in other sects. '' 

Seth Chandler, born in New Ipswich, N. H., Dec. 2, 
1806, died at Shirley, Mass., Oct. 4, 1889. Although not 
in ecclesiastical relations with the Universalist Church for 
many years, Mr. Chandler began his ministry in our ranks, 
and in his later years was heartily in sympathy with it, and 
in full fellowship with its faith and methods. He received 
the fellowship of the Providence Association of Universa- 
lists in May, 1831, and was ordained at a Conference of 
the same Association in October of the same year. His 
sympathies were with those who in that day were known as 
Restorationists, and for a while, as pastor of our church at 
Oxford, Mass., he acted with them. In 1834 he became 
pastor of the First Congregational (Unitarian) Church in 
Shirley, a pastorate which he ably filled for forty-five years. 
He also held impoi'tant town offices, and wrote and published 
a valuable history of Shirley. By his will he bequeathes to 
the Universalist Historical Society about six hundred valu- 
able books, embracing the periodical literature of the Resto- 
rationists, and a complete set of the periodicals published by 
the Unitarians. Let us keep his memory green ! 



"SG UXIYER8ALI8T REGISTER. 

JoHK Virgil Wilson, born in Attleborough, Mass., Sept. 
10, 1809, died at his home in Waverly, Mass., Oct. 28, 1889. 
He fitted for the ministry under the guidance of Rev. Messrs. 
T. G. Famsworth and F. A. Hodsdon. He was ordained in 
1835, and his pastorates were at Jaffery, N. H., Providence, 
R. I., Norwich, Con6., Clinton, N. Y., Marlborough and 
Brewster, Mass. He was a physician of skill, having grati- 
fying success in his practice. A preacher distinguished by 
energy, judiciousness and spiritual fervor, he made a good 
record and left a blameless name. 



UVIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 97 



ALFHABETIOAL LIST OF UinVEBSALIST FBEAOHEBS, 
WITH THFiTR FOST-OFFIOE ADDBE88ES. 

(COKBBOTBD TO NoV. I, 1889.) 



[This liat inclndefl mlnittera in fellowship, either directly with the General Con- 
vention or with a UnWeraallat State Conrentlon. The names of llcentlatea are iu 
italic*. Names in italict, with an asterisk (*) prefixed, denote licensed Lay Preach- 
ers. The date prefixed is the year of ordination, unless F (fellowshlpped) or L 
(licensed} is also prefixed.] 

1843 Abbott, Gideon Setb, . . . 726 £. Exchange St., Akron, Ohio. 
1889 (L) Abbott, H. A Bridgton, Me. 

1847 Abbott, Thomas, Mt. Vernon, Ind. 

1836 Abell, Townsend PaoU, Camp Hill, Ala. 

1889 (L) Adams, F.S Hill, N. H. 

1870 Adams, George, Morris, N. Y. 

1872 Adams, John Coleman, I).I) 34 Ray St., Chicago, III. 

1889 (L) Albion, James Francis, College Hill, Mass. 

1885 (F) Alcott,A.N Elgin, HI. 

1875 Aldrtch, Randall Hosea, Guilford. Me. 

1844 AlTord, Francis Milton, Westfield, Pa. 

1884 AlYord, Otis Fries, Mansfield, Pa. 

1848 Ambler, Rnssell P De Fnniak, Fla. 

1868 Amies, Joseph Hay, 603 Meridian Av., Scranton, Pa. 

1887 (L) Andrew, Joseph Lean, Wansaa, Wis. 

1888 (L) Andrews, Frank C Cicero, N. Y. 

1879 Andrews, Llndley M Santa Paula, Cal. 

1881 Andrews, Mrs. Mary (Garard) Omaha, Neb. 

1889 (Ir) Andrews, Mrs. M. V,, Blanchester, Ohio. 

1889 (L) Andrews, W, M, Blanchester, Ohio. 

1877 Angell, Miss Caroline Eliza, Norway, Me. 

1853 Arms, Ellas Ball, Garland, Ala. 

1834 Ashton, Samuel, Bingbamton, N. Y. 

1861 Atwood, Isaac Morgan, D.D Canton, N. Y. 

1881 Aubrey, Alf^^d John, Beverly, Mass. 

1846 Austin, John Jenkins, San Jacinto, Cal. 

1888 Backus, Wilson M Sharpsville, Pa. 

1871 Bacon, Joseph Frank, Portage, Wis. 

1861 Bacon, William Sherman, Wyoming, Ohio. 

1881 Bailey, Mlas Emma E., WhitesTille, ^ 



98 UKIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 

1840 Bailey, George Washington, Springfield, Vt. 

1839 Baker, Jacob South Weymouth, Mass. 

1889 (L) Baldwifit Edward Payton^ .... Albert Lea, Minn. 

1875 Ballard, Tllghman Ethan, , , . . . Crawfordsvllle, Ind. 

1837 Ballinger, Thomas, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

1862 Ballou, Daniel, Utica, N. Y. 

1865 Ballou, James Henry Southold, N. Y. 

1825 Ballou, Massena B Stoughton, Mass. 

1886 Barber, Elliott Bates, Bristol, N. Y. 

1840 Barber, William Newell, .... Granby Centre, N. Y. 

1843 Barnes, Alft^, Junction City, Kan. 

1877 Barnes, George M. Dallas, Texas City, 111. 

1880 Bamef>, Gilbert Foster, ... 13 St. James Place, Chicago, 111. 

1881 Barnes, Gilbert W., Forked River, N. J. 

1887 *(L) Bartiea, Mr». Sarah M., .... Junction City, Kan. 

1884 Bartholomew, John May, Auburn, N. Y. 

1889 Bartlett, Miss Ella Elizabeth Madison, Wis. 

1851 Battles, Amory, Bangor, Me. 

(L) Bayley, R. C. III. 

1884 Beardsley, Oscar R Hopbottom, Pa. 

1885 •(!.) Becker, William N, West Side, Iowa. 

1884 Beckett, Albert R Oconee, 111. 

1889 Beem, Albert K., Ocean City, Ohio. 

1883 Beem, Franklin K., Livermore Falls, Me. 

1888 Bendixon, Ole Chicago, III. 

1889 {L) BenneU, Un, Ella Brklgeport, Conn. 

1886 Betts. Frederick William, _..... Syracuse, N. Y. 
1868 Blcknell, George Waters, 261 Westford St., Lowell, Mass. 
1855 Biddle, Charles Wesley, D.D., . North CambrMge, Mass. 
1880 Biggs, Samuel Royal Harrod, . West Scituate, Mass. 

1837 Billings, James, Hico, Hamilton County, Tex. 

1886 «(L) Billings, Mr», Mary C, . Hioo, Hamilton County, Tex. 

1877 Bisbee, Fred Adelbert, . . 1620 Master St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1849 Bishop, Joy, Delphos, Kan. 

1839 Blacker, Robert, Kenduskeag, Me. 

1873 Blackford, John Henry, Eldorado, Ohio. 

1872 Blackford, Levi Purviance, Waltham, Mass. 

1867 Blanchard, Henry, Portland, Me. 

1854 Bolles, Edwin C, D.D., 29 Washington Sq., West, New York, N. Y. 

1874 Booth, Isaac PhilUps Northfleld, Vt. 

1848 Borden, Thomas, Albion, N. Y. 

1837 Bonghton, Harvey, Silver Springs, N. Y. 

1888 •(£) Bowers, Auyustus C, Boon's Creek, Tenn. 

Bowers, John M West Bowersville, Ga. 

1875 Bowles, Mrs. Ada C, Abington, Mass. 



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1S48 Bowles, Benjamin Franklin Abington, Mass. 

1879 Boynton, Lyman D., . .23 Eastman At., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1845 Bradley, Cyras Aagnstns, .... South Brewster, Mass. 

1881 Brainard, Miss Carrie White, Pecatontca. III. 

1854 Brayton, J. J., Nanda, N. Y. 

1868 Briggs, Lewis Llewellyn, . . .281 Boston St., Lynn, Mass. 
1874 (F) Brigharo, Leonard Warren, . . 803 Perry St., Chicago, 111. 

1869 Brinkerhoff, W. H., Shellsburg, Iowa. 

1857 Brooks, William Cathcart, Sorrento, Fla. 

1888 Brown, Henry N., Dublin, Ind. 

1835 Browne, Lewis Crebasa, .... Honeoye Falls, N.Y. 

1863 Brown, Mrs. Olympia, Racine, Wis. 

1873 Branning, Benjamin, Fulton, N. Y. 

1889 Buckner, Frank F., Leroy, Ohio. 

1874 Bornell, William Percival, .... Provincetown, MHi?s. 

1844 Burrass, John Crenshaw, Notasulga, Ahi. 

1879 Bush, Richard Perry, Jr., Everett, Mass. 

1853 Batler, Hyman Blanchard, Algona, Iowa. 

1861 Canfield, Andrew Jackson, D.D., . 67 Lefferts PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1859 Canfield, Henry Lovell, D.D Bellvlile, Ohio. 

1888 Canfield, Harry L., Toledo, Ohio. 

1858 Cantwell, John Simoii, D.D., . 3740 Langley Ay., Chicago, 111. 
1865 Capen, Elmer Hewitt, D.D., Preaident, . . College Hill, Mans. 
1881 Carley, A. J., Farmersville, Tex. 

1846 Carlton, Simon Peter, Woodstock, Ohio. 

1887 Carpenter, John Randolph, ... 28 Union St., Oshkosb, Wis. 

1863 Carpenter, Myron Brewster, Lansing, Mich. 

1872 (F) Carr, James Thwing, . . Lee, Me. 

1889 {L) Cote, Isaac L,t N.Y. 

1850 Case, ElUah, Little Falls, N. Y. 

1888 (L) Cecil, B. R, Mo. 

1872 Chaffee, Edwin John, . . 814 W. Tompkins St., Galesburg, 111. 

1873 Chambers, Spencer, Sr., Guntersville, Ala. 

1863 Chapin, Miss Augnsta J., Oak Park, III. 

1881 Chapin, Eben Hubert, . Lincoln, Neb. 

1899 Chapin, James Henry, Ph.D., Meriden, Conn. 

1889 Chapman, Thomas, Cbappels, S. C. 

1883 Chase, Alonso, Granby, Conn. 

1883 Chase, Frank John, ... 13 Fulton Av., Rochester, N. Y. 

1872 Chase, Hudson v., Earlville, III. 

I Cheek, Marion, West Bowersville, Ga. 

1879 Cheyney, Daniel, Woodlawn, Cal. 

1887 •(L) Cheyney, Mra. S. B,, WoodUwn, Cal. 

1889 Church, Augustus B., . ' South Berwick, Me. 

1882 Churchill, Clarence Elmore, . . 16 Prospect St., Nashua, N, H. 







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1883 Clark, E. Manford, . Adair, Cherokee Nation, Indian Ter. 

1875 (F) Clark, Mrs. Mary Thomas, . . 59 S. 15th St., Richmond, Ind. 
1846 Clayton, Daniel Bragg, Colombia, S. C. 

1886 Clayton, William Woodford, Chicago, 111. 

1855 Closson, Harrison 63 Broad St., Middletown, Conn. 

1881 Coddington, Isaac Phillip, . . Winter HIU, Somerrille, Mass. 

1883 (F) Cole, Geo. A 52 Nichols St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

1887 Colegrove, Osgood Oordis, Morrison, 111. 

1842 Collins, Gamaliel (Chaplain U. S. A.), . . Chatham, Mass. 

Cone, J. B., Union, Wilson County, Tex. 

1864 Cone, Orello, D.D., President, Akron, Ohio. 

1863- Conger, Eyerett Lorentns, Pasadena, Cal. 

1878 Conine, Britton, Camp Hill, Ala. 

1879 Conklin, Abram, ... 340 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1876 Conklin, Charles, .... 1033 Warren Ay., Chicago, 111. 

1880 Conner, Charles Chambers, Bed Banli, Ohio. 

1887 ♦(!.) Cook, John, M,D., Beecher City, III. 

1837 Cook, Zenas, Chicago Lawn, 111. 

1886 Corby, James Dimond, .... 214 Eighth St., Troy, N. Y. 

1878 Conden, Henry Noble, Chatham, Mass. 

1855 Countryman, Asa Lodl, Wis. 

1889 (L) Crmie, Fred T., Marshfleld, Vt. 

1863 Crane, Stephen, D.D., Norwalk, Ohio. 

1856 Crary, Nathaniel Hicksville, Ohio. 

1853 Crawford, Judson Cleveland Augusta, Wis. 

1853 Crebore, Joseph, Shirley Village, Mass. 

1889 (£.) Crispin, William Frost, Akron, Ohio. 

1881 Critchett, Thomas W Blue Island, HI. 

1876 Crosley, Mrs. Lotta D., Danbnry, Conn. 

1877 Crosley, Lucan Seneca, Weymouth, Mass. 

1863 Crosley, Marion 533 State St., Springfield, Mass. 

1870 Crosley, William Jacob, .... Springborough, Ohio. 

1881 Crossman, Mrs. Annette G. (Waltze), . . . Charles City, 111. 

1873 (F) Crouch, James Anderson Hntsonville, HI. 

1881 (F) Crowe, W. S., D.D., . . 177 Orchard St., Newark, N. J. 

1873 Crum, Amos, Webster City, Iowa. 

1889 (L) Crum, Mrs, S. L Webster City, Iowa. 

1885 Crum, George Macomb, 111. 

1850 Cummings, Uriah, Derby, Ind. 

1845 Curry, WUIiam Wallace, . 1428 6th St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 

1888 (L) Curtis, J. P., Auburn, N. Y. 

1867 Cushman, Henry Irring, D.D., . 875 Broad St., Providence, R. I. 

1889 (L) Cushman, Herbert Ernest, .... College Hill, Mass. 

1886 Cutler, Julian S., Melrose, Mass. 

1887 Cutler, Myron Lewis, East Jafflrey, N. H. 



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843 Damon, CalTin, Hayerhill, Mass. 

878 Banforth, Mrs. Abbie Elliworth Kent, Ohio. 

883 Darling, Olney Inman Warren, Mass. 

878 Davfdson, WillUun C, Thornton, Ala. 

839 Davi«, Beiuamtai Hill, Wejmonth, Mass. 

84ft Davis, Edwin, Quincy, Mass. 

846 {F) Davis, Josiab, Oswego, Kan. 

833 Davis, Samuel Armin, ... 12 Kennedy St., Hartford, Conn. 

876 Davis, Samnel Oreen, Fairfield, Me. 

873 Davis, Samnel Sylvester, .... North Fryeburg, Me. 

872 Day, Alfred, 201 Grand Av., Cleveland, Ohio. 

866 Dean, Theodore Lyman, . . 319 Madison Av., Scranton, Pa. 

840 Dean, William Wheelock, . . . 942 P St., Washington, D. C. 

873 Dearborn, William Hooper, . 176 Charter Oak Place, Hartford, Conn. 

849 Deere, George Henry, D.D., Riverside. Cal. 

886 Dellgren, Augnst, . . . 2107 12th Av., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

876 DeLong, Mrs. Mary J., . . . .37 Blm St., Oshkosh, Wis. 

862 Demarest, Gerherdas Langdon, D.D * Manchester, N. H. 

886 Deyo, Mrs. Amanda, Oxford, N. T. 

856 Dick, EHsha, Careyviile, Ohio. 

886 (F) Dickerman, William Frederick, . Hilisdale, Mich. 

his Dillingham, Fred Aagnstine, Dover, N. H. 

884 Dillon, J. K., Greenup, III. 

876 Dinsmore, Lucien Jerome, Columbus, Wis. 

849 Dodge, Cheeseman F Fly Creek, N. Y. 

868 Dodge, Joseph Smith, Jr., Stamford, Conn. 

881 Dole, Walter Barre, Vt. 

882 Donaldson, P. T III. 

889 {L) Dorter, Thomas B., Oalesburg, III. 

888 (L) Dotoner, William T,, . . . .Waterloo, P. Q., Canada. 

870 Druley, Thaddeus Clay Stafford, Conn. 

886 •(L) Dunaway, Misa Meekie F., Blanket, Tex. 

880 Dunbar, J. 8 Paige, Tex. 

889 Dunham, Hallie Gardner, Attleborough, Mass. 

883 Dusseault, William F Maiden, Mass. 

883 Eastman, John P., Berlin Fails, N. H. 

862 Eastwood, James, Kingston, N. H. 

862 Eaton, Benjamin Franklin, Weymouth, Mass. 

877 Eaton, Charles Henry, D.D., . 17 E. 46th St., New York, N. Y. 
860 Eaton, Samuel William, Rochester, Minn. 

869 Eberhart, Isa Amend, M.D., Ph.D., . . Chicago Lawn, 111. 

850 Eddy, Richard, D.D., Melrose, Mass. 

886 ( F) Eggleston, Franklin Otto, . . . Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

843 Emenon, George Homer, D.D., . . 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

869 Emery, Jabes Newton, Attleborough, 



102 UKIYER8ALI8T REGISTER. 

1886 FairchUd, Lee Seattle, Waeh. 

1871 Fall, John Stephen, . . 2729 2d At., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1844 Farnsworth, Jeremy Hoadley Westfleld, Mass. 

1840 Fay, Cyrns Hyde, D.D Brooklyn (E. D.). N. Y. 

1883 Fisher, Daniel L Hinsdale, N. H. 

1840 Fisher, Jodson, 

1886 Fisher, Lee Howard, Monson, Mass. 

1881 Fisher, Lewis Reals, 66 Sherwood At., Bridgeport, Conn. 

1889 {L) Fisher, Thomas Baldtnn Thayer, . . College Hill, Mass. 

1861 Fisk, Richmond, D.D., . . .8 Winthrop St., Watertown, N. Y. 
1879 Fiske, Henry S., Pittsfleld, Me. 

1866 FilzGerald, Ezekiel 62 India St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1843 Flanders, George Tmesdale, D.D., . New Bedford, Mass. 

1876 Fletcher, W.L KirksTllle, Mo. 

1865 Flohrer, Charles, D.D., . . 16 Bostwick St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

1873 (F) Fogg, Albion Paris, Morrill, Me. 

1870 Folsoro, Mrs. Marianna T., Tex. 

1874 Forbes, Henry Prentiss, Canton, N. Y. 

1881 Fortney, GranTllle LeTl, Wyatt. W. Va. 

1876 Fortney, Leroy Frederick, Plalnfleld, Vt. 

1887 Fosher, Jesse B., Flncastle, Ind. 

1842 Foster, Benjamin Franklin, Indianapolis, Ind. 

1841 Francis, Eben, . . .43 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1877 Fraser, Donald, East Orleans, Mass. 

1841 French, William Riley, D.D Tnmer Centre, Me. 

1860 Fuller, Earl Wesley, Mindcn, N. Y. 

1857 Gaines, Absalom GraTes, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 

1889 •(L) Gardner, La Vergne F., . . . Poaghkeepsie, N. Y. 

1868 Gardner, Samnel Augustus, Milford, Mass. 

1831 Garfield, Eli Humboldt, Iowa. 

1863 Garretson, Joel, Pilot GroTe, Iowa. 

1878 Gaskin, William Elbrldge, Valley Falls. R. I. 

1888 Oarst, Charles A. C Atou, III. 

1868 Gates, John Francis, Perry, N.Y. 

1874 Getchell, John Marshfleld, Tecnmscb, Mich. 

1862 Getty, Andrew, Salt^barg, Pa. 

1867 Gibb, S. P., 239 Church St., Decatur, 111. 

1876 Gibb, Mrs. Sophie, 239 Church St., Decatur, 111. 

I860 Gibbs, William Erastus, . 333 HaTerhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 

1875 Gibbs, William Looker, Concord, Mich. 

1887 Gilchrist, Harry E., .... 35 North St., Portland, Me. 

1877 Gillette, Mrs. L. Fidelia Woolley, . Bloomfield, Ontario, Canada. 

1876 Gledhill, Joseph Smith, Spencer, Mass. 

1873 Goodell, William Sanford, . . . Blenheim, Ontario, Canada. 

1858 Goodenongh, Simon, . . . 1060 Harrison St., Oakland, Cal. 



UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 103 

1845 Goodrich, Massena, Pewtucketi R. I. 

1868 Gorton, Janaes Detroit, Mich. 

1888 Goald, William Hilton Natick, Mass. 

1841 Gowdy, Gideon Selden, Eldora, Iowa. 

1866 Grandy, Ira Benjamin, Indianapolis, Ind. 

1870 Grant, Engene Melnotte, Stamford, Conn. 

1888 (F)Gra¥es, J. C Bard well, Ky. 

1883 Gray, Francis A., 33 May St., Worcester, Ma68. 

Green, Everett, Dothan, Ala. 

1866 Greene, John Hamden, Dorchester, Mass. 

1880 Greene, Lorinzo Leroy, Wakefield, Mass. 

1872 Greene, Ransom Alphonso, . .25 Walker St., Lowell, Mass. 

1878 Gregory, Thomas Bragg, Biddeford, Me. 

Grier^ A, G.^ Mich. 

1868 Grigsby, Willis Harrison, Washington, D. C. 

1865 Grores, Henry Rome, Ind. 

1844 Guernsey, George Smith Rochester, Vt. 

1868 Gunnison, Almon, D.D., . 88 Wilson St., Brooklyn (E. D.), N. Y. 

1858 Guthrie, Thomas Sander Muncle, Ind. 

1888 (L) GtoaUney, S., Charleston, Mo. 

1886 •{L) Hale, William, M.D,, Free Hill, Tenn. 

1889 Hall, Charles Priest, Oneonta, N. Y. 

1884 Hall, Frank OllTer, . .101 Prichard St., Fitchlmrg, Ma»s. 
1888 (L) Hamilton, F, W., College Hill. Mass. 

1877 Hamilton, George GrenviUe, Oakland, Me. 

1880 Hammatt, Albert, North Adams, Muss. 

1868 Hanaford, Mrs. Phebe Anne, 539 Howard At., New Haven, Conn. 

1845 Hanson, John Wesley, D.D., Chicago. 111. 

1880 Harman, John W. Curtis, Jones County, Miss. 

1868 Harmon, George Mllford, College Hill, Muss. 

1888 (L) Harpold, Winjield Italy, Tex. 

1871 Harrington, William Henry, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1870 Harris, Moses Henry, . . 40 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mas «. 

1878 Haskell, Cassins L Le Roy, N. Y. 

1862 Hathaway, Eleazer, Corfu, N. Y. 

1866 Hayden, Charles A Auburn, Me. 

1864 Hayford, Sylvester Cobb, Willlbton, Vt. 

1863 Haynes, Charles Dwinell Travers City, Mich. 

1875 Haynes, Miss Lorensa Waltham, Mass. 

1861 Healey, F. E , Ellsworth, Me 

1687 (F) Hendon, Asbury P Santa Cruz, Cal. 

1859 Henley, John Wesley, D.D., .... Fountain Park, Ohio. 

1889 (F) Herbrecbter, F Wausau, Wis. 

1861 Hervey, Alphens Baker, Ph.D., President, . . Canton, N. Y. 

1877 Hesselgrave, David, Lodi, Wis. 



104 UNIYEBSALIST BBGISTER. 

1876 Uewett, M. Lee Belpre, Ohio. 

1888 {L) HewU, John H,, Newcastle, Ind. 

1829 Hewitt, Elmer, South Weymouth, Mass. 

1881 Hicks, M. M., Little Hickory, 111. 

1857 Hill, Alexander West Paris. Me. 

1850 Hill, George Norwood, Mass. 

1876 Hilton, John, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

1885 Hilton, Ora M., Clifton Springs, N. T. 

1874 Hinds, John Watson, Berkley, Cal. 

1868 HoJge, Dwight Mnnson, . 2146 7th Av., New York, N. T. 

1876 Hodges, Albert, Monmoath, Ore. 

1888 Holden, James Harry, Amherst, Mass. 

1851 Holmes, Lucius, Natick, Mass. 

1876 Hooper, Washington Wells, Taunton, Mass. 

1842 Hooper, William, ....... West Acton, Mass. 

1882 Horton, Edward Anthony, Danbniy, Conn. 

1878 Hough, Samuel, . . .116 Marshall Ay., Allegheny City, Pa. 

1885 Houghton, Edward L., Rockport, Mass. 

1880 Houghton, Frederick Mason, Deering, Me. 

1874 Houghton, Moses Henry, Dubuque, Iowa. 

1844 Hovey, Simeon, Collinwood, Ohio. 

1852 Howell, Henry Beigamin, Medina, N. T. 

1882 Hoyt, Ezra Almon, St. Johnsbnry, Vt. 

1875 (F) Hoyt, James A., Belle Plaine, Iowa. 

1871 Hughes, John Table Grove, III. 

1837 Hull, Stephen Kansas City, Mo. 

1K73 Hutchins, Albert Ulysses, . . .7 Sabine St., Syracuse, N. T. 

1876 Illman, Thomas W Concord, N. H. 

1868 Inman, James Anderson, Sonoma, N. C. 

1889 Jackson, Willard E An Tram, Mich. 

1875 Jacobs, Elmer Duane, Lapeer, Mich. 

1855 Jenkins, Edmund S., Breeseport, N. T. 

1878 Jenkins, Granville Wallingford, . . 23 Grove St., Norwich, Conn. 

1857 Jenks, George Franklin Mattapolsetr, Mass. 

1874 John, Roliert Newman, Dublin, Ind. 

1877 Johns, Jonathan Marsh, Salina, Kan. 

1888 Johnson, Edward Everett, Bridgeton, Me. 

1844 Johnson, James Riley, Nyack, N. T. 

1841 Johnson, Thomas Hartley, . . 349 W. 8th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1889 (L) Johomiot, R, F,, Lewiston, Me. 

1877 Jones, William Marton, ... 560 Keifer Av., Columbus, Ohio. 

1889 Jordan, Joseph, .... Huntersville, Norfolk Co., Va. 

1884 June, John Ezra, Sycamore, III. 

1879 Kelm, Gideon Isaac, College Hill, Mass. 

1879 Kellerman, Robert Scott Orange, Mass. 



UNTYER3ALIST REGISTER. lOf) 

IS45 Kelsey, Alanson, OriflSn, Ga. 

1802 Kent» Alexander, Washington, D. C. 

1878 Kent, George WillUun Reading, Pa. 

18K1 •(L) Kiddtir, Jotepk^ Manchester, N. H. 

1883 Kimball, John, ' . Bethel, Vt. 

1875 Kimmell, William MadiBon, Rockland, Me. 

1881 Kingsbury, Miss Myra, Morrisville, Vt. 

1883 Knickerbocker, Charles Arthar, Erie, Pa. 

1876 Knight, George Thompson College Hill, Mass. 

1869 Knott, William, Friendship, N. Y. 

1845 Knowlton, Isaac Case, D.D., West Acton, Mass. 

1876 Kolk>ck, Miss Florence Ellen, 6817 Perry Av.,iEnglewood, Chicago, 111. 

1871 Laing, Alfred H Joliet, III. 

1881 Lamphear, DeWltt, Afton, N. Y. 

1876 Lander, Charles Albert, Messina, Fla. 

1884 Lathe, Ferdinand T., 

1848 Lathrop, Thomas Spenoer North Salem, N. Y. 

1843 Lanrie, Alexander Oretton Erie, Pa. 

1848 Lavelle, John Richard, Falton, OnUrio, Canada. 

1878 Lawhom, J. C Macdade, Tex. 

1875 Learltt, Edgar Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

1889 (L) LBomH, WUUam E Canton, N. Y. 

1870 Lee, Charles Follen, Charlestown District, Boston, Mass. 
1881 Lee, John Clarence, Oalesburg, III. 

1847 Lee, John Stebbina, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 

1867 Leighton. Angnstns Azor, Portland, Mich. 

1886 Leland, John Franklin Victor, N. Y. 

1848 Leonard, Charles Hall, D.D College Hill, Mass. 

1847 Lewis, Folton K., ....'•.. Montezuma, Ga. 

1867 Lewis, John J., .... 130 K St., Sooth Boston, Mass. 

1872 Libby, Daniel Le Roy, Putnam, Conn. 

IS-'^O {L) Ublnff WerUworth JRoacae, . . . West Somervtlle, Mass. 

1843 Lincoln, Vamnm, Andover, Mass. 

1869 Little, James Henry, Richmond, Me. 

1811 Lirermore, Daniel Parker Melrose, Mass. 

1858 Lombard, Cyrus Baldwin, . . Simon P. O., Cook Connty, III. 

1853 Lovejoy, William Wallace, Chelsea, Mass. 

1S88 Luster, T. B., Lafayette, Ind. 

1887 Lynn, Cephas Brackett, Danvers, Mass. 

1869 MacLean, John Patterson, Urbana, III. 

1863 Magwire, Frank, 87 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

1832 {F) Manley, William Ethan, D.D., .... Denver, Col. 

1889 Marggraff, Edward Everett College Hill, M^s. 

1885 Marsh, R. B., Dowagiac, Mich. 

1865 Marshall, Albert Harrington, .... Madison, N ^ 



106 UMIVER8ALI8T REGI8TBR. 

1888 Harrin, JndBon Patterson, Rochester, Vt. 

1889 Marvin, Thomas Oliver, ... 126 State St., Albany, N. T. 
1841 Mason, Almond Wood, . 1131 Giraid At., North, Minneapolis, Minn. 
1873 Mason, Joseph Kimball Boffiilo, N. Y. 

1888 Masseck, Frank L., Huntington, N. T. 

1800 Maxham, Onstavus Vasa Monson, Mass. 

187A (F) McAllister, Edwaid Alden Albany, Ore. 

1886 (L) McAlpine, Frank Charlotte, Mich. 

1855 McArthar, Kosciusko, Espyville Station, Pa. 

1872 McCarthy, Charles Peter Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1884 McCollester, Lee Snllivan, . . .42 Fremont St., Detroit, Mich. 

1864 McCollester, Sullivan Holman, D.D., . . Marlborough, N. H. 

1865 McCord, William Ellison, Era, Ky. 

1886 •(L) McConry, Phil. B Bend, San Saba Co., Tex. 

1882 McGlauflin, William Henry Rochester, Minn. 

1886 Mclntire, Clarence Filmore, Springfield, Vt. 

1883 Mclnemey, John Charles, New Britain, Conn. 

1870 McKinney, Luther Franklin Manchester, N. H. 

1885 McLaughlin, Ira W., .... Huntingville, P. Q., Canada. 

1851 McMaster, James William Marietta, Ohio. 

1851 McNeil, William Beaver Dam, Wis. 

1889 *(L] McWhorter.Dr.J.M. Berlin. West Va. 

1873 Mead, Isaac James, Augusta, Me. 

1856 Medley, Reuben, Sacramento, Ky. 

1879 (F) Melton, Archelus, Mableton, Ga. 

1876 (L) Melton, William R,f Mableton, G a. 

1856 Merrifleld, Jacob, Plainfleld, III. 

1868 MerHtt. William Wallace, Red Oak, Iowa. 

1888 (L) Middleton, John L., .... Kingston, Jamaica, W. I. 

1886 {F) Milhir, Frederick North Hatley, P. Q., Canada. 

1867 Miller, Andrew, Millernville, Mo. 

1839 Miner, Alonso Ames, D.D., LL.D., .... Boston, Ma^s. 

1888 ♦(L) Minor, J. F., III. 

1889 Mitchell, Stanford, 30 West St., Boston. Mass. 

1881 Mitchell, Ure, Cortland, N. Y. 

1831 Montgomery, Geo. Washington, D.D., 51 Chestnut St., Rochester, N.Y. 
1858 Moor, Clark Rice, . . 26 Arlington St., North Cambridge, Mass. 

1832 Moore, Asher, Hammonton, N. J. 

1888 (L) Moore, Mitt Henrietta G., . . . . Springfield, Ohio. 

1844 Moore, John Harvey, Newark, N. Y. 

1879 Morgan, Hiram Bliss, West Chesterfield, N. H. 

1864 Morris. Edward Hightstown, N. J. 

1871 Morrison, Abial La Grande, Ore. 

1886 Morrison, Dennis, Galesbnrg, III. 

1878 Morrison, William Harrison, . 82 Prospect St., Manchester, N. H. 



UMIYEBSALIST REQIST£B. 



107 



836 Morse, Horace Webfter, Greenwood, Mas*. 

835 Mone, Joseph Bartlett, Hano?er, N. H. 

871 Mosea, George (Indian Preacher), . Oneida, Ontario, Canada. 

869 Hosher, Maroelliu R., Circleville, 111. 

888 •(L) MatM, F, G., Chicago, 111. 

871 Mnneon, Henry Clay, . . ^. . . . Hammond, N. Y. 

878 Nash, Charles Ellwood, . 104 North Prospect St., Akron, Ohio. 

882 (F) Nash, Charles Pitman, Conneaatville, Pa. 

889 {D Xash, Meivin Shaw, College Hill, Mass. 

874 (F) Neff, Cyrus C, Pasadena, Cai. 

886 Nickerson, Charles Samner, Norwood, Mass. 

886 •{L) Nokn, Willis S., Lebanon, Tenn. 

875 Nosier, WlUiam H., San Diego, Caf. 

869 Odiome, George Gilman, JefTerson, Iowa. 

887 Orelnp, Hiram J., Neenah, Wis. 

819 Osgood, Hiram Pratt, ... 20 Union Park, Boston, Mass. 

888 Paddock, Clark L., North Orange, Mass. 

888 (L) Paddock, Frank L., Canton, N. Y. 

825 Paige, Lucius Robinson, D.D., . . Cambridgeport, Mass. 

886 Palmatier, Charles, Webster, N. Y. 

839 Palmer, James Smith, Mansfield, Pa. 

887 {F) Palmer, John Henry, .... Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
860 Park, James Harrell Monroe, Oa. 

H Parker, J. Jf., Fargo, North Dakota. 

859 Parker, SylTester Ames, Bethel, Vc. 

850 Pattee, John Calrin, Burnett Station, Wis. 

871 Patten, George W., Walpole, N. H. 

854 Patterson, Adoniram Jndson, D.D.\ . Roxbury, Mass. 

878 Patterson, James, Augusta, Me. 

886 Patton, Thomas A., Bingham, III. 

889 (L) Payne, Thomas Britton College Hill, Mass. 

859 Payne, William Pierce, Nevada, Iowa. 

i^ Payson, Fred LeRoy, Belfast, Me. 

874 Payson, James Milford, . . .817 South 8th St., La Crosse, Wis. 
889 (L) Pease, Lewis Edwin College Hill, Mas?. 

888 {L) Pechin, Wilbur F., Owatonna, Minn. 

854 Peck, Francis Benson, Clarendon, N. Y. 

875 Pember, Elmer Frederick Titusville, Pa. 

889 Penniman, George Wallace, Bay View, Mass. 

878 Perin, George Landor. ... 16 Wabon St., Roxbury, Mass. 

880 Perkins, Warren 8., Meriden, Conn. 

869 Perry, Edward Albert, Fort Plain, N. Y. 

868 Perry, George William, .... 48 West St., Rutland, Vt. 

858 Phllbrook, Hiram Alfred, . 33 White St., East Boston, Mass. 

876 Pierce, Edwin Warren, Wilmington, Vi. 



108 UNIYEB8ALIST REGISTER. 

1882 Pierce, Frederick Denison, Cedar Falls, Iowa. 

1868 Polk, Robert Thompson, ... 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1872 (F) Pope, Matthew Lawrence, Dawson, Kj. 

1881 Porter, Mrs. Charlotte Waterloo, Iowa. 

1877 Porter, George Jodson, . . ^ Richmond, Ya. 

1896 Porter, Lafayette, Waterloo, Iowa. 

1889 (L) Potter, IVilbume Daniel, Canton. N. Y. 

1868 Potter, William Frank Soath Framingham, Mass. 

1872 Powell, George Walter, Lockport, N. Y. 

1872 Powers, Le Grand, . . . 2629 8d At., Soath, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1889 {L) Powers, Levi Moore, College Hill, Mass^ 

1879 Pratt, William Austin, Halifax, N. S. 

1872 Preble, Edgar Watson, Webster, Mass. 

1889 (L) Prieet, Fred Clarence, College Hill, Mass. 

1887 Priest, Ira Allen, ^ . Adams, Mass. 

1840 Proctor, George, North Scitnate, Mass. 

1889 (L) Pufer, C. H., College Hill, Mass. 

1862 Pallman, James Minton, D.D., . . 25 Cherry St., Lynn, Mass. 

1855 Pallman, Royal Henry, . . . 1715 Gailford Av., Baltimore, Md. 

1880 Qaackenbush, Nathan Rice, .... Reynoldsbarg, Ohio. 
1834 Qaeal, Robert, Decatur, Midi. 

1879 Qaimby, Israel Paul, 97 Green St., Bath, Me. 

1K67 Ralph, Walter Scott, Storm Lake, Iowa. 

1839 Randolph, Webster Bettes, .... North Bloomfleld, N. Y. 

1885 Raebum, George Washington Clinton, N. Y. 

1871 Read, Ephraim A Southbridge, Mass. 

1887 Reardon, John Benjamin, Ladlow, Vt. 

1R87 (F) Reid, Thomas James, Anoka, Minn. 

1878 Rein, Augustas Philip, . . . .87 School St.. Concord, N. H. 

1888 {L) Renahaw, Finis H,, HopkinsTille, Ky. 

1865 Rexford, Everett Levi, D.D., . 16 Schuyler St., Roxbnry, Mass. 

1874 Reyner, Richard P., La Plata, Mo. 

1880 Rboades, James Francis Bellows Falls, Yt. 

1869 Rhyne, James Alexander Jasper, Ga. 

1882 Rice, Arthur Alanson Mt. Hermon, Mass. 

1874 Rice. Augustus Luther Carthage. N. Y. 

1888 (L) Rice, Miss Carrie A,, Mukwanago, Wis. 

1883 Rice, Clarence Edgar, Utica, N. Y. 

1878 Rice, Frank Skinner, Marlborough, Mass. 

1867 Rice, Jonas Franklin, Coe Ridge, Ohio. 

1845 Rice, Luther Watertown, N. Y. 

1859 Richardson, Chester Cheever, Warsaw, N. Y. 

1867 Richardson, Isaac K., Yorkshire, N. Y. 

1887 Richardson, John Westville, Ohio. 

1888 Rider, Ira E., McLean, N. Y. 



mnvsRSAusT registeb. 



109 



871 Rider, William Henry, Oloncester, Msm. 

889 {F) Robinson, W. R., M.D Waco. Tex. 

883 Boblin, Joseph R., Wellesley, Mass. 

882 Robiln, Stephen Herbert Bay City, Mich. 

873 Roe, Thomas K., GontersTille, Ala. 

879 Rogers, Arthur 6., Salem, Mass. 

858 Rogers, Barton Filer Earlville, 111. 

882 (f*) Rogers, Charles Henry, Hntcblnson, Kan. 

856 Roripaagb, Stephen Leroy, San Jacinto, Cal. 

889 Ross, A. Arnold, Haverhill, Mass. 

8&4 Rngg, Henry Warren, D.D 8 Dexter St., Providence, R. I. 

862 Russ, Benjamin Kimball, Oorham, N. H. 

876 Rassell, Byron Gastavos Marlborough, N. H. 

863 Safford, Oscar Fitzalan, D.D., Deering, Me. 

889 Sahlin, George A., 296 Bleecker St., Utica, N. T. 

875 Sample, Samuel William Minneapolis, Minn. 

837 Sanfoid, John Hillman, .... Berlin, Ottawa County, Mich. 

847 Sanger, George Jedediah, Essex, Mass. 

871 Sawyer, Royal Tyler, Ash St., Brockton, Mass. 

829 Sawyer, Thomas Jefferson, D.D., .... College Hiil, Mass. 

851 Saxe, Asa, D.D 7 Arnold Park, Rochester, N. Y. 

844 Saxe, J. B., Fort Scott, Kan. 

860 Saxton, Nelson Alvin, Marshall, Mich. 

882 Schindler, John Franklin, Whitewater, Wis. 

881 Sooboria, Joseph L Henniker, N. H. 

813 Soott, Alson, Plainfleld, Vt. 

869 Seitz, Josiah Augustas West Concord, Vt. 

882 Selleck, WiUard Chamberlain, .... Franklin. Mass. 

848 Sererance, George, South Hoyalton, Vt. 

888 Shaffer, Miss Elfteda L., Marseilles, 111. 

877 Shaw, Miss Annette Jane, 318 Sooth Barstow St, Eau Claire, Wis. 
873 Shepard, Henry, Burr Oak, Mich. 

857 Sherman, Nathan Dmry Sherman, V t. 

887 I SherrUl, J. B., Larkinsville, Ala. 

862 Shinn, John Luke, Vilas, Kan. 

870 Shinn, Quillen Hamilton. Rutland, Vt. 

840 Shiproan, Charles L., Girard, Erie County, Pa. 

886 Shipman, William David, Akron, Ohio. 

866 Shipman, William RoUin, D.D., .... College Hill, Mass. 

836 Shrilgley, James, . . 1901 Mt. Vernon St, Philadelphia, Pa. 

882 Sbnmway, MJ)., East Pembroke, N. Y. 

887 {F) Sbntter, Marlon D., . . 626 South 9th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

872 Simmons, Jollus Frederick, Woodstock, Vt. 

848 Skhiner, Charles Angnstns, Somerville, Mass. 

SkUiDer, Orlando, Dnrand, Wis. 



110 UNIVERSALIST BEGISTEft. 

1845 Slade. Holmes, Elgin, III. 

1885 Small, Wallace Franklin, Dixon, 111. 

1856 Smiley, Edward Richmond, Vt. 

1864 Smith, Aaron Lehigh, Iowa. 

1845 Smith, Benton, Mattapoiaett, Mass. 

1870 Smith, Henry Bernard 18 Lock St., Nasbna, N. H. 

1881 Smith, Hiram Wooster, West Gardner, Mass. 

18.59 (F) Smith, Israel C Vevay, Ind. 

1872 Smitli, Sanford Preston, Thompsonrille, Conn. 

1887 (F) Smith, Watson Wilberforoe Turner Centre. Me. 

1869 ( F) Snook. Benjamin Franklin Clarinda, Iowa. 

1858 Snow, Joseph Crocker, D.D., .... Haverhill, Mass. 

1888 (F) Somers, A. N Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

1889 Sommers, H. O Bridgewater, N. Y. 

1880 Soule, Mrs. Caroline A., 24 Kelvin Drive, Glasgow, W., Scotland. 

1876 SpaiTord, Rolla Gilmore 412 8th St., Racine, Wis. 

1845 Spaulding, Willard, D.D., .... West Danvers, Mass. 

1877 Spencer, Lemuel JefTerson, La Clede, Mo. 

1887 Spicer, Noel E., Branchport, N. Y. 

1879 Sprague, Francis Willard, Brattleboro, Vt. 

1842 Squire, Salmon Ward, Franklin, Mass. 

1874 Squires, Lyman Hamilton, . . 158 Oliver St., New Haven, Conn. 

1862 Start, William Augustus, ... 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1834 Stevens, David Thurston, Auburn, Me. 

1844 Stevenson, Benjamin Vamey Ware, Mass. 

1843 Stewart, John H Utica,N. Y. 

1832 Stickney, William Augustus, .... Cromwell, Conn. 

1872 Stocking, George Benedict, Peoria, III. 

1888 Stoner, J. A., Berlin, Kan. 

1862 Stowe, William T., Canton, N. Y. 

1885 Strain, A. O., Rogers, Tex. 

1880 Strain, Kossuth Towaliga, Butts County, Ga. 

1888 Stratton, Thomas, Plymouth, N. H. 

1860 Straub, Jacob, Hoopeston, 111. 

1878 Straub, Miss Mary A Chicago, 111. 

1876 (F) Strayer, Otho O'Brien New York, N. Y. 

1887 (F) Street, J. K Waco, Tex. 

1872 (F) Strong, Horatio Nelson Lancaster, Wis. 

1869 Sweetser, Edwin Chapin, D.D., . 1848 Park Av., Philadephia, Pa. 

1886 Sykes, Richard Eddy Little Falls, N. Y. 

1886 (F) Taber, J. Russell, M.D., . 263 Ryerson St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1872 Tabor, James Bhmey, Chicago, 111. 

1838 Tabor, Lemuel Hntcbins, Bryant's Pond, Me. 

1874 Tabor, Manly Williams 

1852 Tabor, Timothy Hannibal, . . 774 Tan Bnren St., Chicago, 111. 



UNIVERSALIST BEGISTEB. Ill 

1881 Taylor, James, 403 lOtb St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

18-S5 Tener, Jacob, Sinking Spring, Oliio. 

1866 Tener, Sampson, Sinking Spring, Ohio. 

1878 Tenney, Charles Rockwell, . . 28 Olenarm St., Dorchester, Mass. 

18-53 Thayer. Aaron Aldricb, Osage, Iowa. 

1875 Thompson, J. Frank, Jersey City. N. J. 

1876 Thompson, Thomas, Andover, N. H. 

1889 (L) ThomUmt Henry L., Rockville. Conn. 

1860 (L)Tibl>eei»,AuffU9itu Roann, Ind- 

^ 1843 Tillotson, Benjamin Marshall Woodstock, Vt. 

1873 Titos, Anson, Towanda, Pa. 

1862 Tomlinson, Charles Weldon, D.D Oalesbiirg, 111. 

1888 Tomlinson, Inring Clinton, Arlington, Mans. 

1884 Tomlinson, Vincent E Hudson, N. Y. 

1889 (L) TorsUfft Andrew-Jacob, College Hill, Mass. 

1888 Towne, Roliert Duke Sherman, N. Y. 

1886 Towslcy, Irving, . ... 45 East Seneca St., Oswego, N. Y. 

1889 Trickey, William H., South Newmarket, N. H. 

1872 (F) Tucker, William, D.D ., Camden, Ohio. 

1875 Tumlin, V. M., Rome, Oa. 

1843 Tottle, James Harvey, D.D.,. . 626 9th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1886 {L) TutUe, Walter Augustus, Rochester, Vt. 

1851 Tyler, Albert, Oxford, Mass. 

1839 Usher, James Madison West Medford, Matis. 

1877 Vail, Walter Scott, .... Hotel Bartelau, St. Paul, Minn. 

1870 Van Cise, Orson Fowler, * . Omaha, Neb. 

1887 •{L) Van Cleave, Alfred, . . . Bibb, Comanche County, Tex. 
1880 Vannevar, John, Canton, Mass. 

1847 Vaughn, Nicholas, Cannelton, Ind. 

1855 Vedder, Abner, North Greenfield, Wis. 

1859 Vibbert. George H 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1871 Vincent. James, Calais, Me. 

1870 Waite, Charles Lewis, Macedon, N. T. 

1827 (F) Waldo. Joslah Crosby, New London, Conn. 

1886 Walch, Alexander Francis, ..... Methuen, Mass. 

^ (L) Wale9,Hewry A., Mich. 

1875 (F) Walker, W.B., Reynolds, Oa. 

1848 Walworth, Henry Ryer Baltimore, Md. 

; 1866 Ward, Samuel Roland, Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

[ 1841 Warren, Andrew Oliver, Montrose, Pa. 

1839 Warren, Lester, North Montpelier, Vt. 

1859 Weaver, Andrew Jackson, Jetmore, Kan. 

1847 Weaver, George Sumner, D.D., . . . East Providence, R. I. 
1889 Webster, Francis Ellsworth, Potsdam, N. Y. 

1848 Webster, Henry DeLafayette, . . Tarpon Springs. >•'«- 



112 UKIYERSALIST BEOISTER. 

1874 Weeks, John Julias, Locust Valley, N. Y. 

Westfall, I. M., Utica, Minn. 

Westmoreland, C. T., Rovston, Ga. 

1868 Weston, Costello St. John, if, B. 

1882 Whippen, Frank Warren St. Albans, Vt. 

1884 Whltcomb, Prof. S. A Perry, N. Y. 

1880 White, Albert Corydon, Amesbnry, Mass. 

1877 White, Alphonso Everett, .... Cambridgeport, Mass. 

1863 White, Charles James, Woonsocket, R. I. 

1870 White, Henry Kirke Dexter, Me. 

1889 {L) White, Henry Seott, College Hill, Mass. 

1875 White, Nehemiah, D.D., President, .... Oalesburg, 111. 

1884 White, Rafas Austin, Newtonville, Mass. 

1877 Whitman, Harrison Spotford Augnsta, Me. 

1876 Whitney, Elbert Watson, . . 166 Park Av., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1887 Whitney, Mrs. Mary Troflkm Middleville, N. Y. 

18t6 Whitney, Quincy, North Cambridge, Mass. 

1871 Wigle, Abraham J., Harrisbnrg, Ore. 

1887 Wilgas, Albert, Wash. 

1877 (F) Williams, David Edinburg, III. 

1889 Williams, Leon 0., Claremont, N. H. 

•1883 Williams, Winfield Scott, 623 Lincoln At., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1876 (F) Wills, John, Barnstable, Mass. 

1860 Willson, Andrew, Ravenna, Ohio. 

1889 {F) Wilson, Fletcher, Webster City, Iowa. 

1878 Wilson, Jeseph Frankfort, Kan. 

1861 Wilson, Year Porter, Denver, Col. 

1889 (F) Wing, Matthew, West Union, Iowa. 

1835 Witherell, Joseph Freeman, Dexter, Me. 

1877 Woodbridge, Warren Samuel, . 12 Pearl St., Medford, Mass. 

1846 Woodbury, Oliver Gordon, Salem, N. H. 

1848 Woodin, Robert Ousted, Mich. 

1835 Woodhouse, Charles, M.D Rutland, Vt. 

1886 *{L) iVoodroto, Mr». E,J,t. . . . Marshalltown, Iowa. 

1878 Woodrow, Thomas Wetherell, . . Marshalltown, Iowa. 

1887 (L) Wright, John M.t Farmersville, Tex. 

1838 Wright, Nathan Reed, Lynn, Mass. 

1885 (F)Yate8, F. M Eaton, Ohio. 

1886 •(L) Tergan, H. Q Ashland, Ind. 

Total, 700 



No. LVI. 



THE 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTEK: 



OITINO 



STATISTICS OF THE UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, 



AKD OTHVB 



DENOMINATIONAL INFORMATION, ETC., 



For 1891. 



EDITED BY 

RICHARD EDDY, D.D. 



BOSTON : 
UNIVERSALIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, 

80 West Street. 
1891. 



UNIYERSALIST KEGISTER, 1891. 



It is believed that in this issue of the Register we have 
come nearer to accarate statement of the strength of our 
church than in any former year. Every effort possible to 
the publisher and editor has been put forth to obtain infor- 
mation, but the fact that more than three hundred preachers 
still retain the blanks sent them to fill, explains our want of 
complete success. The number of parishes whose names are 
printed in italics is less than it was last year, but there would 
have been none had the delinquents responded as they might 
have done. Two or three responses were made a month after 
the time in which they could be used, as it is necessary in 
order to an early issue of the Register that the statistics in 
regard to Parishes, Churches and Sunday-schools should be 
given to the printer not later than October 10. Corrections 
in the alphabetical list of Preachers can be made as late as 
November 1. 

The Secretaries of the State Conventions in Illinois, 
Indiana, Iowa, Massachusetts, Ohio, Vermont, the State 
Superintendent of Kentucky, and the President of the 
Association in Texas, have rendered valuable assistance 
in correcting the statistics in their respective jurisdictions ; 
and others have given promise of aid another year. Great 
service has also been afforded by several of the Secretaries 
of the State organizations of The Young People's Chris- 
tian Union ; and invaluable aid has been rendered by the 
Secretary of the General Convention. 



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B0LIP8ES FOB THE YEAR 1881. 

There will be foar Bollpeee this year, two of the ran, and two of the moon, ani 
alio a Transit of Mercury over the son's disc. 

I. A Total Eclipsb of the Moon, May 23, Invisible in New England, b«i 
visible thronghoQt Australia, Asia, Africa, and Burope. 

n. An Annulab Bclxpsb ov the Sun, June 6, invisible in New England, bat 
▼Islble in British America and the nortbweetem portion of the United States, and 
also throughout the most of Europe, and In Siberia. 

III. A Total Eolxpsb of the Moon, Nov. 15, visible In New England, and 
generally visible in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Athmtio Ocean, North and South 
America, and the eastern part of the Pacific Ocean. Begins 5h. 36.0m. P.M. ; mld> 
die, 7h. 18.8m. p.m.; ends 9h. 8.0m. p.m. 

IV. A^ PABTL4L Eclipse of the Sun, Deo. 1, invisible in New England, but 
visible In the southern part of South America, and about the South Pole. 

V. A Transit or Mbbcurt over the Sun's Disc, May 0, partly visible in 
New England, and visible throughout the western portion of North and South 
America. Exterior contact at ingress begins at 6h. 54.6m. P.M.; exterior contact at 
egress ends at lib. 50.4m. p.m. 

MORNING AND EVENING STABS. 

Vbnus win be Morning Star till Sept. 18, then Evening Star the reet of the year. 
Mars will be Evening Star till July 90, then Morning Star the rest of the year. 
Jupiter will be Evening Star till Feb. 13, Morning Star till Sept. 5, then Evening 
Star the rest of the year. Saturn will be Morning Star till March 4, Evening Star 
till Sept. 13, then Morning Star the rest of the year. 

FBSTIVAIiS AND FASTS. 



Ash Wednesday, . February 11 

Palm Sunday, . . March 22 

Good Friday, . . . March 27 



Eastar Sunday, . March tt 

Whit-Sunday May 17 

Christmas, .... December M 



RATES OF POSTAGE IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Postal Cards, one cent each. All letters, two cents for each ounce or fraction 
thereof. 

Drop Letters, two oenta each in cities and towns where the carrier system is 
adopted ; elsewhere, one cent. 

First Class. All written matter, and all tied or sealed matter, is first class, and 
must'pay two centa per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Second Class. Only for publishers and newspaper agents, one cent per pound. 

Third Class. Includes all printed matter in unsealed wrappers, one cent for each 
two ounces and fraction thereof. 

Fourth Class. Includes small parcels, not sealed, to the limit of four pounds, at 
one cent per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Postal Notes under $5, three cents. 

Money Orders not exceeding $9, five centa; over $5 an 1 not exceeding $10, eight 
centa; $50, twenty .five centa; $100, forty-five centa. 

Special Delivery Letters, ten cents, in addition te regular postage. 

Foreign Letters. To Europe, five cents for each half -ounce, and newspapers one 
cent for each two ounces; to Australia and China, fifteen centa; British India, via 
Italian mail, five cents. 



Universalist Register for 1891. 



THE GENERAL CONVENTION. 

'* The Universalist General Convention," having jurisdiction over 
the ecclesiastical organizations of the Universalist Church in the 
United States and Canadian Provinces, meets biennially. The next 
session — 1891 — will be held at such place as may be selected 
by the Board of Trustees, on the Wednesday preceding the 
fourth Sunday in October. Preacher of the Occasional Sermon, 
I. M. Atwood, D.D. The convention is composed of the Presi- 
dents (or, in their absence, the Vice-Presidents) and Secretaries 
of the State Conventions, and of clerical and lay delegates from 
the State Conventions, each State being entitled to one clerical 
and two lay delegates, and to an additional number of each class 
of delegates in proportion to the aggregate of its parishes and 
clergymen. At least four parishes must be organized and estab- 
lished in a State before a State Convention can be formed, but a 
less number of parishes may unite to choose one delegate, clerical 
or lay, to represent them in the General Convention, and if there 
be but one parish so situated, it is entitled to one delegate. In 
all such States or Territories the General Convention has original 
jurisdiction. 

All laws relating to fellowship, ordination and discipline origi- 
nate in the General Convention, and it is the final court of appeal 
in all cases of dispute or difficulty between State Conventions. It 
is an incorporated body, empowered to hold real and personal 
estate to the value of five hundred thousand dollars, " to be devoted 
exclusively to the diffusion of Christian knowledge, by means of 
missionaries, publications and other agencies.** In the interim of 
sessions the interests of the Convention are watched over and 
managed by a Board of Trustees. The funds of the Convention, 
as reported in October, 1890, aggregate f 2 13,508.48, and are dis- 
tributed as follows : — 



t UNIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 

I. 2%e Murray Centenary Fund^ created in 1870 as a memorial 
of the one hundredth anniversary of Rev. John Murray^s first 
sermon in America, (125,549.53. The income of this fund is used 
** in the aid of theological students, the distribution of Universalist 
literature, church extension and the missionary cause.^^ 

II. The Theological Scholarship Fund. This fund is created 
by the repayment of loans made to theological students. It now 
amounts to $33,38413, and the income is appropriated to loans to 
new students. 

III. Church Extension Fund, Started in 1884 on the modest 
foundation of (2 10, this fund, the income of which is to be devoted 
as its name indicates, now amounts to |7,840. 

IV. Ounn Ministerial Belief Fund. The late John G. Gunn of 
New York bequeathed to the Convention the sum of |8,000, " to 
create a fund for the relief, support and maintenance of needy 
clergymen, their widows and families, of the Universalist denom- 
ination,^^ except those in fellowship through the New York State 
Convention, which had an endowment for that purpose. The fund 
now amounts to (11,929.55. 

y. Ada Tibbetis Memorial Fund, During the year 1886 the 
Rev. A. Tibbctts of Urbana, 111., one of the early graduates of the 
Canton Theological School, conveyed to the Convention, in fee 
simple, 200 acres of farm land in Champaign County, 111., moder- 
ately valued at (60 per acre, subject to a lien of (4,100, on condition 
that he is to have the use, occupancy and income of the property 
during his natural life ; and that perpetually thereafter one-tenth 
of the income shall be added annually to the principal of the fund, 
the remaining nine-tenths to be applied,* at the discretion of the 
Trustees, to the purposes of the Convention. He has since con- 
veyed to the Convention a farm in Ford County, 111., valued at 
(3,600, subject to a lien of (2,000. The property is under contracts 
of sale, and its value over and above the liens is (9,155.27. 

VI. Waverly (Iowa) Fund, (800. 

Vn. Q. L. Demaresl Reserve Fund, (18,500. 

Vm. William H, Ryder Fund, (25,000. The income only to be 
used, '' at the discretion of the Board of Trustees, for the education 
of young persons for the ministry of the Universalist Church.* 
But the Board may, in a ^ " Snireticv, apply a portion of 



UKITEBSALIST REGISTER. 7 

•Dch income ** to the credit of any Missionary or Church Extension 
Fund *^ under their control and direction. 

IX. Draper Fund, The late Mr. Eben D. Draper of Boston, 
Mass., bequeathed to the General Convention the sum of (2,000 , 
to be expended for missionary purposes in the Western States. 

X. The " T^ Fund, A lady of New York, who desires that 
her name shall not at present be published, has paid |2,350 to the 
Convention, as the beginning of a Fund, the income of which shall 
be paid to her during her natural life, and thereafter shall be 
added to the Theological Scholarship Fund. 

The aggregate increase of the Convention funds during the 
Convention year 1889-90 was $18,791.03. The appropriations for 
tiie Convention year 1890-91 are $19,500, with whatever surplus of 
income from any source may be deemed best by the Trustees. 

The Board of Trustees have been authorized and directed " to 
provide for a Universalist Church Conference or Conferences, to 
be held at some central location or locations, in the years inter- 
vening between the regular sessions of the Convention, not fo4 
ecclesiastical, legislative or financial work, but for the purpose 
of considering important questions relating to religion, morals 
and education.^* Such a Conference was held Oct. 21-2:3, 1890, in 
Rochester, N. Y. 

A mission to Japan was established in 1890, the sum of f 02,000, 
one-fifth payable annually, having been subscribed. The mission- 
ary. Rev Dr. Greorge L. Pcrin, his assistants, Rev. I. Wallace Cate 
and Miss Margaret C. Schouler, have their headquarters at Tokio. 

The officers of the Convention are : — 

President — Hon. Hosea W. Parker, Claremont, X. H. 

Vice- President -~ 3, S. Cantwell, D.D., Chicago, HI. 

Secretary — 6. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. II. 

Treasurer — Ebenezer Alexander, Boston, Mass. 

Trustees — J. D. W. Joy, Boston, Mass., Chairman ; Hon. Sidney 
Perham, Paris, Me ; H. W. Rugg, D.D., Providence, R. I. ; Mrs. G. 
B. Marsh, Chicago, 111. ; E. H. Capen, D.D., Tufts College, Mass. ; 
George C. Thomas, German town, Philadelphia, Pa. ; E. C. Sweet- 
•er, D.D., Philadelphia, Pa. ; E. R. Holden, New York ; Lyman 
Bickford, Macedon, N. Y. ; E. H. Cole, New York ; G. L. Dema- 
?e8t» D.D., Manchester, N. H., Secretary. 



8 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Assistant Secretary — Rev. Cephas B. Lynn, Tofts College, Mass. 

Sunday-school Library Commission — Rev. J. N. Emery, Attle- 
boro, Mass. ; Charles Caverly, 30 West St., Boston, Mass. ; Miss 
Mary Snow, Orleans, Mass. ; Miss Mary A. Ellis, 117 North Avenue, 
North Cambridge, Mass. ; Mrs. Almon Gunnison, Worcester, Mass. 

The Woman's Centenary Association. — In 1869 the women 
of the Universalist Chinreh formed an Aid Association to assist in 
raising the Murray Fund. When this work was accomplished 
they enlarged the sphere of their operations and became an 
incorporated body under the name here given. 

Dating from 1875 the Association has, during a large portion of 
the time, supported a missionary in Scotland. Revs. Marion 
Crosley, J. W. Hanson, D.D., and Caroline A. Soule — the latter 
still in the field — have been so employed. It also shares with 
the General Convention in sustaining a missionary in Texas. It 
has published and distributed editions of sixty-eight valuable 
tracts, aggregating 5,000,000 pages. 

The Association meets at the time and place of the session of 
^he General Convention, and special meetings are held during the 
year in connection with the session of the State Conventions where 
its work is organized. It is supported by annual, life and patron 
memberships, and by voluntary contributions. Annual member- 
ships, |1 ; life memberships, 925 ; patron, $100. It reported to the 
General Convention in October, 1890, total receipts for the year, 
(2,441.29 ; disbursements, $2,184.05 ; permanent fund, $10,127.22. 

Oflficers for 1890-91 : President — Mrs. M. Louise Thomas, New 
York, N. Y. ; Recording Secretary — Mrs. E. D. Brown, Uoneoye 
Falls, N. Y. ; Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. E. L. Sherwood, 
Anacostia, D. C ; Treasurer —Mrs. M. M. Dean, 942 P St., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

The names of the Vice-Presidents will be found in succeeding 
pages, appended to the statistics of the respective State Con- 
ventions. 

The Young People's Christian Union of the Universalist 
Church was organized at Lynn, Mass., in October, 1889. Its 
object is to unite the young people's organizations connected with 
the Universalist Church. President — Lee E. Joslyn, Bay City, 
Mich,; Secretary -^J&mea D. Tillinghast, Buffalo, N. Y.; Treas- 



UKIVERSALIST REGISTER. 9 

urer — Miss N. Jennison, Lynn, Mass.; Executive Board — Miss 
Angle M. Brooks, Portland, Me.; Miss Clara B. Adams, Lynn, 
Mass. ; Miss Mary Grace Webb, Akron, Ohio. ; J. Thomas Moore, 
Philadelphia, Penn. 

The Uniyersalist Historical Society. — This Society was 
organized in 1834 for the collection of facts, books and papers 
pertaining to the history and condition of Universalism. The 
Society is incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts. It has 
a library of about three thousand volumes, besides important 
manuscripts and papers. This library has been of great help 
in tracing the history and fortunes of our distinguishing faith in 
other countries and times. Donations of books and money are 
earnestly solicited, that the library may be rendered as complete 
as possible and its usefulness augmented. President — Richard 
Eddy, D.D., 100 Smith St., Providence, R. I. ; Vice-President— Hon. 
Olney Arnold, Pawtucket, R. I. ; Secretary and Librarian — -T. J. 
Sawyer, D.D., Tufts College, Mass.; Treasurer — Rev. E. Davis, 
Qaincy, Mass.; Tmstees — Rev. V. E. Tomlinson, Hudson, N. Y., 
6. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. H. 



10 UNIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 



STATISTICS. 



In the following Classification bt States and Ter- 
ritories A Tabular Exhibit of Universalist Parishes, 
Churches and SuNDAr-scHOOLS is shown. Information 
respectino State Conventions is also given. 

[The looatlon of parishes seoording to post-offlee address Is shown In the first 
eolnmn ; where a fraction appears after the name of a parish it Indicates that preach- 
ing services are held part of the time; (oc.) denotes that there is only occasional 
preaching; (m.) monthlyservices; (dor.) that the society is inactive. The number 
of families included in the respective parishes is given nnder the proper heading. 
The date of organization both of Churches and Sunday-schools is Indicated in sep - 
arate columnsi with the membership of each organization. Under the head of 
** Church Ediflees," the date of dedications is given when known. Vh. denotes that 
the parish is part owner in a union house of worship ; the abbreviations br. (brick), 
$t. (stone), 10. (wood), indicate the material of the structure; prop, shows that the 
parish holds other property besides a church edifice. Under the head of ** Values " 
appears the amount of all property after deducting indebtedness. In the column 
designated " Preachers'" the names of pastors or regular supplies are given. If the 
name is in italics the preacher is a licentiate; parallels (||) show that he is not in the 
Universalist fellowship.] 

The statistics are taken from reports direct from the pastors or preachers, and 
from official reports of State Convention Secretaries, where such have been received. 
In the absence of information of recent date from either of the above sources, 
ohanges are noted as indicated in the denominational papers; and in the absence of 
any recent information, the figures of last year are used. 

Farithet that have not reported /or thie iteue of the Regieter have their namee 
printed in italice, 

Alabama. 

The State Convention, organized in 1858, meets at such 
time an(] place as the President may designate. At present 
dormant. Free. — Rev. J. C. Bnrniss; Sec. — J. T. Mo- 
Gk>wan, Brewton. 



UNITERSALIST BEGISTEB. 



11 



FkriahM. 


Cbaxcbm. 


S.SehooIs. 


Church EdlAoM. 


FMMhwi. 


Fort-ofBeeL 


FMnUies. 


Org. No. 


Org.] No. 


Datet. YbIum. 


Barren Ridge, . . 6 
Breu^on, .... 14 
Camp ma, \, . . 25 
IkmalaeviUeidorJ), 5 
Oarland, .... 6 
LarJUneviUe, . . 6 
Moeey Orove, . . 12 
ifyrUe Tree (oc), 8 
JMaerulga, ... 6 
Piney Orove idor.) 20 


- 14 
1883—34 

1848-150 
1852—11 
1877—12 
1883—23 
1870—36 
1860—34 
1860—15 
1880-36 


1884—60 
1884-35 

1884—28 


1883-f0. $800 
1884—10. 1,000 

Uq. 300 

u>. 500 

185O-t0. 500 

Iff. 400 


J. 0. BnrroM. 
T. P. Abell. 

S. B. Annft. 
ijJ. B. SherHll. 
K. B. Arme. 

J. 0. BnrroM. 


Totals- 10. . 107 


10-365 


8—118 


6— $3,500 





Arkansas. 

One church of fifteen members at SUoam Springs ^ Col. 
T. J. Patton, a lay preacher, ofiSciates for them once in two 
weeks. 

California. 

State Conyention organized June 1, 1887. Pres. — Hon. 
A. G. Throop, Pasadena; Vtce-Pres. — G. H. Deere, D.D., 
Riverside; Sec. — Rev. E. L. Conger, D.D., Pasadena; 
Treas. — Arthur H. Conger, Pasadena; Trus. — G. F. 
Robinson, Oakland ; William Finch, Riverside ; W. L. 
fiardison, Santa Paula. Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
8. Goodenough, Santa Clara ; Rev. L. F. Andrews ; Dr. W. 
F. Southard. Session of 1891 to be held as designated by 
the Trustees. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — E. L. 
Conger, D.D. Permanent Fund, $2,000. 

Womxm's Universalist Association^ organized in 1889. 
Meets at same time and place as the State Convention. 
Ptes. — Mrs. E. L. Conger ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. G. H. Deere ; 
Sec. — Mrs. E. E. Spalding ; Treas. — Mrs. G. F. Robinson. 

Vice-Ptes. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. G "^ 
Robinson, Oakland. 



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UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



FftriihM. 


ChoTchM. 


S. Schools. 


Chnrch Ediflcei. 


Fifachen. 


Foat-oflBcM. Families. 


Org. 


No. 


Oik. 


No. 


Dates. 1 Yalnee. 




Fresno (MImod), . - 
Oakland 60 

Faaadena,. ... 100 

J\)fnona (dor.), . 16 
Biwrside, ... 40 
Santa Ana, ... 30 
Santa CnuiUlnion), - 
Banta Paula, ... 89 
Ventura ilL\Buion), 22 


1883—86 

188»<145 

1883— 

1881—20 

1886-21 

1800-73 


1883-20 

1887-128 

1883-21 
1881—30 
1886-21 

188&-147 


1888-J. $5,600 
Prop. 6,000 
1888— to. & br. 

60,000 
1885— to. 1,200* 
1682—10. 3,000 

Prop. 600 


B. A. Gardner. 
B. Goodenoagb. 

B. li. Conger, i}.lii 

G. H^Deere, if Ji. 

8. Goodenongh. 
L. M. Andrews. 
L. M. Andrewft. 


Totola — 6 . .846 


6-346 


6-439 


4— $65,200 





Canada. 
Province of Ontario, 

Provincial Convention, organized in 1877, meets on the 
Friday, Saturday and Sunday nearest the middle of June. 
Session for 1891 at Port Dover. Pres. — James McBride ; 
Vice-Pres. — Robert Ransom ; Sec. — J. E. Anderson, Port 
Dover; 2Vecw. — Thomas Theal; Trus. — R. Wood, E. 
Scott, R. Bruner ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. H. O. 
Sommers, Bloomfield ; Thomas Theal, Fulton ; Ed. Irvine, 
Smithville; Trua. of Missionary Fund — J. T. Middleton, 
R. Wood, T. Theal. Permanent Fund, $700. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Robert 
Wood, Nixon. 



Parifhflt. 


Churehea. 


8. Schools. 


Church ikiiflces. 


Freachcra. 


Foat-offloea. Familiea. 


Org.] No. 


Oig. No. 


Datca. Values. 


JSlenheim, |, . , 
Bloomfleld, . . 

WlaTftW-. a ■ ■ 


. . 86 
. 26 

. . 14 


1878—30 
1818—50 

1883-10 
1883-17 


1880—80 
1888—20 

1889-60 


1878-*r. $2,000 
1866— to. 1,000 
Prop. 1,800 
1887— to. 1,000 
1881—^. 1,800 


H. O. Sommers. 
F. B. Adams. 


OUnda, . . 
Oneida (Indian] 
Port Dover, 4, 
BmlihTille, (, . 


. . 36 
) (dor.h 

', ! 80 


1883—24 
1861—60 


- - 


1871-6r. 1,800 
I860— to. 1,200 


F. B. Adams. 
F. B. Adams. 


Toula— 7 . . 160 


6—181 


3—110 


6- ftlO.lOO 





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13 



Province of Quebec. 

Parishes ia the Proviace of Qaebec have the fellowship of 
the Vermont Convention. The parish at Halifax, N. S., has 
the fellowship of the Maine Convention. 

Vice Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Alice 
Allen, Waterloo. 



Farfahea. 


Chnrehef. 


8. School!. 


Chnreh Edlfioet. 


■ Fraachen. 


Fbat-oflfees. | FatniUeL 


Org. No. 


Orx. No. 


Dates. ValuM. 




lUauwIppl, . . 15 
Hantingfllle, . . 60 

Waterloo 20 

Ooatcook, ... 15 
Iforth Ratley, . . 25 
Halifax, N. 8.. . 60 


18«7— 80 
1871—77 

1886—20 
1864-125 


1872-40 
1871—70 

1843—70 


1843-ti;. $3,300 
1870— 6r. 10,000 

1874-6r. 60,000 
Prop. 60,000 


W. D. Potter. 
T. B. Gregory. 


Tolals—e . . 185 


4—302 


8—180 


3— $138,300 





Colorado. 
No recent reports. Former Registers have said: One 
parish, at Longmont, organized in 1878. A Sunday-school of 
thirty members at Atwood. 

CONNECnCDT. 

State Convention, organized in 1832, meets the third 
Wednesday in September. Pres, — Rev. J. H. Chapin, 
Ph.D., Meriden ; Vice-Pres. — C. G. Lincoln ; Sec. — Rev. 
E. M. Grant, Stamford ; Treas. — Hon. Seth S. Cook, Long 
Ridge; Trus.—T. F. Lamb, New Haven; Wallace K. 
Bacon, Middletown ; Joseph T. Bates, Danbury ; Committee 
of Fellowship — Rev. W. H. Dearborn, Hartford; J. L. 
Lockwood, D. C. Easton ; Occasioned Preacher — Rev. W. 
H. Dearborn; Place of Meeting in 1592 —Stafford; State 
Missimary — Rev. D. L. R. Libby, Putnam. Fund, $20,000. 

Young People's Christian Union. Pres. — H. C. Stock- 
well, Stamford ; Vice-Pres. — C. H. Cooley, Hartford ; Sec. — 
H. T. King, Meriden; Treas. —'Misb Carrie Bowir- 



u 



UKIVEBSALIST BEGISTER. 



Meriden ; Trus. — Miss N. A. Strickland, Miss M. Bissell, 
Mrs. R. M. Sherman. 

AssocicUions. — 1. Sovthem^ organized in 1836, meets 
the second Wednesday in June. Session for 1891 at Dan- 
bury. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. Phebe A. 
Hanaford. Rev. E. M. Grant, Stamford, Clerk. 

2. Quinnebaug^ organized in 1836, meets the second 
Wednesday in June. Session for 189 1 at Hartford. Preacher 
of OccoMonal Sermon — Rev. D. L. R. Libby. F. I. Cham- 
plain, Norwich, Clerk. 



FuUhes. 



Potl-oflloea. FkmlU 



Chnrchca. 



Dig. No. 



S. Schools. 



Org. No. 



Chnrch Edlflces. 



Dates. Values. 



Pnachcn. 



Bridgeport, ... 05 
Danbury, .... 46 

Oranby 18 

Hartfordi . . ; .176 
Long Ridge, i, . . 24 

Meriden 147 

Mlddletown, ... 180 

Jfino Britain, . . 00 
New HavfiD, 1st, . 80 
New HaveD, 2d (dor.), 
Jfew London (dor.), 40 
Norwich, ... 
J^tnatHf ... 
Scotland (m.), . 



Stafford, . . . 
Stamford, . . 
Tbompsonyllle, 
Waierintry (oc). 



186 
60 
18 

68 

80 

40 



ToUla->18 . 1,105 



1845-110 
1884-67 

1848—30 

1840-216 
1800—14 

1808-258 
1840-166 

1886-80 
1862-02 
1882—21 

1KI8-123 



1847—87 
1847-116 
1880-22 



14-1.308 



1860-100 
1838-42 

1847—26 

1860-j»0 
1862—25 

1863-317 
183^108 

1884-76 

1877—84 

1870— 

1882-40 

1841-206 

188^-65 



1846—00 
187O.160 
1870—45 



16-1,812 



1850— •<. 
1868— ID. 

Prop. 
1847— a>. 

Prop. 
1860-^. 
1834— to. 

Prop. 
1863—10. 
1880— to. 

Prop. 
iow4 or. 
1877-*r. 

1882-«l. 
1841— dr. 
1880— to. 
1846— to. 

Prop, 
1846— to. 

Prop. 
1870— «<. 

IVop. 
1880— to. 

Prop, 
1870— to. 



$45,00 

5,000 

400 

1,500 

1.200 

75,000 

4,500 

1,400 

20,000 

25,000 

8,000 

16,000 

28,000 

25,000 

13,000 
7,000 
2,000 
1,000 
7,500 
1.000 

40.000 

8,000 

2,000 

300 

10,000 



17— $847,800 



L. B. Fiaber. 
B. A. Horton. 

A.Cbaae. 

W. H. Dearborn. 
Lotto D. Oroaley. 

W. B. Perklna. 
H. Cloeson. 

J. O. Helneniey. 
L. H. Bquirear'^'*' 
P. A. Hanaford. ' 

0. Wi Jenkins. 
D. L. R. Llbby. 
||Mn.D.L.B.Llbby. 

T. O. Dmley. 

B. H. Grant. 

H. K. Wblte. 



District of Columbia. 

At Washington, a parish of one hundred and fifty families ; 
church, organized in 1874, of one hundred and two mem- 
bers ; Sunday-school, organized in 1869, one hundred and 



TTKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



15 



twenty-eight tnembere ; church edifice brick, value $47,000. 

Po^or— Rev. S. A. Whitcomb. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Asaociaiion — Mrs. J. E. 

Webb. 

Florida. 

Vice-Ptes, Woman's Centenary Assodaiion — Mrs. Myrick 

Whitcomb, Tftrpon Springs. 



Fuiahea. 


ChiiTchM. 


S. School!. 


Church Edifices. 


Preftchcra. 


Poat-oflcc*. Familiea. 


Oig. No. 


Oig. No. 


Datrt. 1 Vftlacff. 




Ih Funiak Spring* 

(oc.) - 

De Land, . . . . - 
Tarpon Spring* 
(winter), . . . - 


188^-10 
1887—14 

188*~17 


1886-16 


a 

1880—10. $1,500 


J. C. BorniM. 
H. D. L. Webster. 


Totals— 3 . . - 


8-41 


1—15 


1— $1,500 





Georgia. 
The State Ck>nvention, organized in 1838, reorganized in 
1869, meets on Friday before second Sunday in August. 
Pres, — John Adams, Monroe ; Sec . — H. D. McCutcheon, 
Pleasant Valley; Committee of Felloioship — Rev. D. B. 
Clayton, Rev. Thos. Chapman, Rev. V. M. Tumlin, Rev. J. 
H. Park, Rev. K. Strain. Session for 1891 in West 
Bowers ville. 



Fariflhes. 



Poflt-ofBees. FUnilles. 



Chnrchci. 



Oig. No. 



S. School!. 



Org. , No. 



Church Edifice*. 



Dates. Value*. 



Freaehen. 



▲If ord Chapel (m.), 11 
Atlanta (dor.), . . 20 
Carroll County, 
Ctonsolation, StU, 

^(«.) 

Coocolatioa, Moo 

roe (m.), ... 15 
Tree ICaovioo, Bran- 
don (m.), . . ' 12 
friendUhip (o€.)t . 6 
Gwn Ortek (dor J), 4 
Jaekaon, Mulberry 
(m.), .... 23 



1886—11 
1879—30 
1881—10 

IgQO-lT 
1887—45 

1889—24 
1859— 8 
1875—11 

1870-85 



1890—75 



1809— w. $350 



1890— /o^# 
1886—10. 



75 
350 



188g— w. 160 
1871— IT. 200 
1874— u>. 1,000 



18g4_Mj. 



400 



K. Strain. 
A. Melton. 
V. M. Tumblln. 
J. H. Park. 
J. H. Park. 

J. H. Park. 



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UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



PuiihM. 


ChurehM. 


S.SchooU. 


* 

Church Edlflcw. 


Freaehcn. 


FoaC-offlcM. Funiliei. 


Org. 


No. 


Org. No. 


DatM. Values. 




Jfableton,. ... 4 
New Harmony, Wind- 
tor (m.), ... 30 
Old Harmony, Cor- 

▼etaConnty(m.), 10 

Pteamnt Valley, . 12 

Troup Facioryldor.), 4 

Union Orove, New- 

ton Factory, . . 20 

WaU9ca m.}, . . 12 


5 

1888—60 

184^-90 
1874—68 

1887-40 
1858—35 


168»--55 


1887—10. $300 

1848-fo^f 75 
1875-10. 400 

1886-to. 150 
1858— to. 500 


W. R. Melton. 
J. H. Park. 
K. Btraln. 

J. H. Park and K. 
Strain. 
J. A. Rhyne. 


Totalt— 16 . . 190 


18—449 


2—130 


12- $3,950 





Idaho. 

A parish at Lewiston, organized in 1877 ; church of 
twenty-three members, organized in 1879, and a Sunday- 
school of four members. Church edifice valued at $2,500. 

Vice-Pres Woman's Centenary Association^ for Idaho and 
Washington, Mrs. J. M. Howe, Lewiston. 

Illinois. 

The State Convention, organized in 1837, meets the fourth 
Tuesday in September. Pres, — James H. Swan, Chicago; 
Vice-Pres. — F. A. Winkleman ; Trea,s. — H. H. Massey, Blue 
Island; Sec. — George F. Hughes, 1109 Tacoma Building, 
Chicago; Trus. — J. S. Cantwell, D.D., M. H. Harris, 
D.D., Edward A. Dicker, Mrs. M. R. M. Wallace, A. H. 
Trego, Mrs. O. W. Nash, Rev. A. H. Laing ; Committee of 
Fellowship — Rev. L. W. Brigham, 803 Perry St., Chicago; 
Rev. T. H. Tabor, Rev. Sophie Gibb, B. F. Monroe, T. J. 
Hale ; Tnistees of the •* Ryder Ministerial Relief Fund** — 
James H. Swan, E. A. Dicker, E. O. Gale. Session of 1891 
at Macomb. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. Florence 
E. KoUock. Permanent Fund, $4,425,58. 

Young People's Universalist Union, Pres. — W.Franklin 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



17 



Smith, Galesburg; Vice-Pres. — Arthur H. Swett, Engle- 
wood ; Sec. — Henry C. Morris, 175 Dearborn St., Room 54, 
Chicago; Treas. — Mrs. Cora A. Hall, Morrison ; additional 
member of Executive Committee, Mrs. G. F. Sears, Chicago. 

State Superintendent — Rev. L. W. Brigham, 803 Perry 
St., Chicago. 

Associations. — 1. Fox River ^ organized in 1841, meets 
the second Tuesday in June. Mrs. E. H. Rexford, Blue 
Island, Clerk. Session for 1891 at place to be designated 
by the Executive Committee. 

2. Bock River ^ organized in 1852, meets Friday before the 
second Sunday in October. H. R. Sampson, Morrison, Clerk. 

3. Spoon River y organized in 1841, meets the third Satur- 
day in May. Session for 1891 at Table Grove. Preacher of 
Occasional Sermon — Rev. L. J. Dinsmore. Prof. J. C. 
Lee, Galesburg, Clerk. 

4. Lower Wabash^ organized in 1871, meets Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Carrie Mattoon, Greenup, Clerk. 

The UniversoXist Woman* 8 Association of Illinois^ organ- 
ized in 1868. Pres. — Mrs. M. R. M. Wallace, 2222 Wabash 
Ave., Chicago ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. H. B. Manford, Chicago ; 
Sec. — Miss Belle Gibson, 745 Washington Boulevard, 
Chicago ; Ti-eas. — Mrs. O. W. Nash, Oak Park. 

Vtce-Pres. Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. J. S. 
McConnell, Chicago. 

Chicago Universalist Sunday-School Union. Pres. — 
Samuel Kerr, Esq., Chicago ; Sec. — Mrs. R. A. Small, Blue 
Island ; Treas. — H. N. Kingman, Chicago. 



Farfthes. 


Churches. 
Org. No. 


8. Schoolfl. 


Church EdiflccB. 


Fzeachen. 


Pof^-offlces. 1 FamlUeg. 


Oiig. 1 No. 


Dates. Values. 




Apple Creek (dor.), 20 
Anron (<l<»r.)« • • 100 
AvoD,i, .... 45 
Beecber City, I, . 25 
BelTldere, (oc.), . 28 
Bine Island, ... 46 


1874—12 
1844—70 
1868-116 
1874-41 
- 25 
1866—50 


1876—46 
1844—70 
1869—60 
1887—20 

1843-lto 


1871-tc. $8,520 
1867— ««. 80,000 
1868—10. 4,000 
1870—10. 600 
Prop. 660 
1866— to. 16,000 


C. A. Oarst. 
J. K. Dillon. 

T. W. Oritc*"-** 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Pariahei. 



Poflt-ofllces. 



Fsmllief. 



Chorehea. 



Org. No 



S. Schools. 



Org. No 



Church Ediflcea. 



Dates. Yaluei. I 



Preachen. 



Chioago, lit, . 

Chicago, 3d, . . 
Chicago, 84, . . 
Chicago B n g 1 e 
wood, . . . . 



200 

200 
50 

150 

20 



Chicago Lawn, . . 
Chicago, Woodlawn 

Park 40 

Conveotlon Church, > 

Cowden (oc.)i • • 30 

Decatnr, .... 50 

Dixon, i, .... 16 

BarlTille, i, ... 40 

Elgin 125 

Galesbarg. ... 80 

Oirard (oc), . . 16 
Good Hope (P. O. 

Casey), .... 12 
Ghreenup, i, . . .13 
Henderson Qrove 

Township, . . 

Hoopeston, ... 55 

Hutsonville, ... 15 

Jollet, 75 

Lafayette, ... 12 
LlbertyvUle, I, . . 
Le Roy, (, . . 
Lincoln (tfer.), . 
Little Hickory (P 

O. Bingham), 
Macomb, ... 
Mameilles, . . 
McHenry, . . 
Morrison, . . . 

Mt. Pulaski (oc), . 20 

New Boston (oc), 20 

Oak Park, ... 75 

Peoatonica, |, . . 15 

Peoria, 120 

Plalnfleld, ... 15 

Rochelle (dor.), . 12 

Rose Hill (m.) . . 20 
Bheridan (dor), . 

Bpringflela, ... 60 

8nez (oc), * . . 25 

Bwan's Creek, . . 85 

Bycamore, ... 70 

Table Grove, |, . 21 

Union (dor.), . . 10 

Urbana, .... 25 

Verona, 4t ... 85 

Wauponsee, 4» • • 20 

Wheaton {dor.) , . 14 

Windsor, ... ^ 25 

Woodstock idor.)t 20 

Yat«i City (dor.),. 20 



14 
14 

15 

80 
60 
10 
86 



Totals— 57 . 2.321 



1848-450 

1858-^0 
1887—60 

1881-200 



1889—21 
- 28 
1878—21 
1854—90 
1886—20 
1882—25 
1857-178 
1857—85 
1862--30 

42 
1879-44 



1882-135 
1870—35 

1878—25 

1878—37 



1878—40 
1854-110 
1877—76 
1856-18 
1870—85 
40 

1855-45 
1882—56 
1859-47 
1855-57 

10 
1852—85 

1884—50 

1878—15 
1877—67 
1868—46 

1859-100 
1887—17 
1889—15 
187ft-20 
1880—32 

- 40 



1848-400 

1869-341 
1886-100 

1879-250 

1888—60 

1888—50 

80 
1854-45 
1886—20 
1868—86 
1866-120 
1857—90 
1886-00 

- 25 

60 



1882-130 
1871-30 
184&-103 
1877—51 



1858—80 
1860-130 
1856—40 
1870—55 
1872—25 

1862—60 
1871-125 
1883—28 
1853-197 
1884—35 
30 

- 100 

35 
1884—40 

75 
1878-100 
1869-45 

1858—46 

1888—25 
1861—20 

- 40 

1881—25 



47-3,191 I 49-3,637 



1888— «^ & br. 

$125,000 

1886— 6r. 65,000 

Prop. 2,500 

1889—^. 25,000 



1887— to. 4,000 



to. 

1866-^>r. 
1873-*^ 
1867— ^>r. 
1871—10. 
1862— to. 
1859—10. 



to. 



1885— tr. 
1871— to. 
1859— «<. 
1875— to. 

1884— to. 
1865-^>r. 

to. 
1855— to. 
1860—10. 
1854-to. 
1868-^. 
1851-*r. 
Prop, 
1855—10. 
1871— to. 
1863-^. 
1868— 6r. 
1868— to. 

1882— to. 

1857— 6r. 



1887— ftr. 
1868— 

1870—" 
1889— 

1862— to. 
1881— to. 
1870— to. 
1856— to. 



400 
15,000 
15,000 
15.000 
10,000 
10.000 
2,000 

1,000 
1,600 



6,000 

700 

25,000 

4,000 

8,000 
8,000 

400 
3,000 
2,500 
2,000 
9,000 
1,000 
400 
2,500 

11,000 
2,000 

40,000 
1,000 
2.000 
1,000 
1,500 

15,000 
600 
100 

12,000 
2,000 
6,500 

10,000 
2,000 

2,000 
8,000 
8,000 
1,000 



$508,970 



A. J. Canfield, d.d. 
M. H. Harris, d.d. 
G. F. Barnes. 

Florence E. Kol- 

lock. 
I. A. Bberhart,x.D. 

G. A. Bahlin. 
L. W. Brigham. 

Bophie Gibb. 
J. P. MacLean. 
J. P. MacLean. 
A. N. Alcott. 
E. J. Chaffee. 



Lombard Btudents. 

Lombard Btudents. 
J. Straub, b.d. 
J. A. Crouch. 
A. H. Laing. 

J. B. Cantwell, d.d. 
Lombard Btudents. 



P. T. Donaldson. 
L. J. Dlnsmore. 

H. Blade. 

O. O. ColegroTC. 



Augusta J. Chapln . 

R. B. Marsh. 
J. Merrifield. 

J. E. Dillon. 



Geo. Crnm. 
C. A. Garst. 

F. M. Yates. 

E. rS.I Newport. 
B. [S.J Newport. 



UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 19 



Indiana. 

The State Convention was organized in 1848, reorganized 
and incorporated 1883. Session for 1891 will be held at 
such place as may be designated by the Executive Commit- 
tee, on Thursday before the first Sunday in September. 
Ptes, — Dr. S. O. Budd, Muncie ; Vice-Pres, — J. H. Hewit, 
New Castle ; Sec. — S. J. Merrill, Andersonville ; Treas. — 
C. T. Swain, Dublin; Trus. — M. L. Bridges, Fincastle ; 
Charles Styer, Indianapolis ; Rev. T. E. Ballard, Crawfords- 
ville; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. T. S. Guthrie, Mun- 
cie, Chairman; Rev. H. N. Brown, Dublin; Rev. R. N. 
John, Dublin, Secretary; Geo. Rogers, Lafayette ; Robt. 
Bridges, Fincastle. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — 
Rev. J. B. Fosher. Permanent Missionary Fund. — The 
Christian Swank Fund, $10,800 ; the Edmund Green Fund, 
$1,000 ; the Centre Square Fund, $166 ; total, $11,966. 

Official List of Ministers in Fellotoship. — Thomas Abbott, 
Mount Vernon ; Tilghman E. Ballard, Crawf ordsville ; Henry 
N. Brown, Dublin ; Uriah Cummings, Derby ; Jesse B. 
Fosher, Fincastle ; Benjamin F. Foster, Indianapolis ; Ira B. 
Grandy, Indianapolis; Henry Groves, Rome; Thomas S. 
Guthrie, Muncie ; Robert N. John, Dublin ; T. B. Luster, 
Whitesville ; Israel C. Smith, Vevay ; M. W. Tabor, Terre 
Haute ; Nicholas Vaughn, Cannelton. 

Licensed Lay Preachers. — John H. Hewit, New Castle; 
William R. Williams, Wilkison. 

State Sunday-School Convention meets at the same time 
and place as the State Convention. Pres. — John H. 
Hewit, Newcastle; Vice-Pres. — Miss Flora Brown, Dub- 
lin ; Bee. Sec. — Miss Anna Guild, McCordsville ; Cor. Sec. 
— Rev. R. N. John, Dublin ; Treas. — C. T. Swain, Dublin. 
Funds, $100. 

UniversaJist Woman's Aid Association ^ organized in 1879, 



20 



DOVERSALIST REGISTEB. 



meets at the same time and place as the State Convention. 
Pres, — Mrs. F. S. John, Dublin ; Sec. — Mrs. Eva C. Bal- 
lard, Crawfordsville ; Treaa, — Miss Maggie Gilkie, Craw- 
fords ville. 

Associations. — The Upper Wabash^ organized in 1§42, 
meets Friday before the first Sunday in May. Silas Miller, 
Tilmon, Clerk. 

Tlie Lower Wabash^ organized in 1841, reorganized in 1887, 
meets Friday before the third Sunday in May. Next place 
of meeting, White8^nlle. Miss Lizzie Thompson, Dayton, 
Clei'k. 

The CentraXy organized in 1860, meets Friday before the 
first Sunday in June. Mrs. Kate Brownback, Pendleton, 
Clerk. 

The Elkhart y organized in 1856, meets at the call of the 
President, Danforth Parker. Session for 1891 at Hunter- 
town. 

Tlie Whitewater^ organized in 1847, meets Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Session for 1891 at Ireland. 
Hon. J. M. Bulla, Clerk. 

The Rogers^ organized in 1848, meets Friday before the 
fourth Sunday in August. Mrs. Inez C. Piatt, Lawrence- 
burg, Clerk. 



ParUliPt. 



Chtirclirfl. H. SchooU. 



Poit-offlcen. 



Fmiiilioi. 



OrR. No. Orj?. No 



Church Edifices. 



Dfttot. I Values. 



Pmchers. 



Abington (oc.)i • 
Aurora ((tor.), , . 8 
Booch Orove, ), . 10 

Hlufflon (oc.)t • • 25 
BoAton, ), ... 10 
Brookfton, |, . . 26 

Centre Square ((/or.) I 6 
Columbia CUyCrfor.), 8 
Day ton (oc), . . 2G 
Devon, |, .... 80 
Dublin, i,. ... 30 

Falrfleld (oc), . . 20 



6 


^ ^ 


tc. 


$1,000 




1876-15 


— - 




200 




1890—23 


-. 


1896-fi>. 


1,000 


M. L. Pope. 


18;»5~G0 


- 


1878— w. 


3,000 




1800—22 


igeo— 40 


1869— U7. 


4,000 


J. n. Hfwit, 


1881—70 . 1889-110 


Prop. 


60 1 I. B. Grandy. 


18,'>8-10 


- - 


Prop, 


166 




1878-14 


- - 


If. 


2,000 




1841—50 


1869—30 


I860— ii>. 


2,000 


T. B. l.uBter. 


1869-80 


60 


ir. 


2,6{H) 


T. S. Guthrie. 


1848—88 


1868—50 


1872-/>r. 
Prop. 


2,000 
400 


T. E. Ballard. 


1848-^0 


~ "" 


1848— IT. 


2,000 





UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



21 



Parifhe*. 



ChurchM. S. SchtK>l«. | Church Ejlirtcvu. 



Foct-office*. [ Familio*. Org. No. , Or^. No. ' Dates 



Preacheri. 



Value*. 



FlDcastle, i, ... 75 1870-150 

Ft. Wayne {flor ), 10 i 1875—18 

OranUbarg (oc), . 20 1871—40 

HariDony (oc), . 20 1871 — 40 

HnntertowD (oc). 13 I 1856—24 
HunttogtoD (dor.)t 7 - 12 
Ireland (/> O.Bent- 

ley), i 80 I 1868—70 

lodiaoapolla (oc.), 9 18«*6— 30 

La Fayette, i, . . 30 I 1868—60 

Logauaport (oc), . 25 ' 1857—60 

Madison {dor.), . 12 j 1869—20 

Mancbeater (oc), . 10 1848—21 

HcCordsvllle, \, . U 1888—30 

Mier (oc), ... 21 1873 — 49 

Ht. Carmel, |, . . 25 1850-100 

! 

MuQcie, .... 50 1859-200 



North Vernon (dor.) ,10 
Oaklandon, }, . . 41 
Patriot (oc), . . 10 
Pendleton </7c), . 11 
Pleasant Orove (P. 

O.Knight8town).l,14 
Pleaaaot Hill (c/or.), 8 
PleaiuuitLake(oc), 10 
Rising Ban (oc), . 12 
Roann, |, .... 20 



1860—30 

- 122 

1835—14 

13 

1883— 2S 
IJ 
1868—14 
1841—40 
1875—40 



Saluda, \, . 



25 1839-60 



Sonth Ifilan {oc), > 1879—38 

(P.O., Milan) . 12 , 

Stringtown (dor.), 4 - 8 

Terre Haate {oc), 40 , 1840—47 

Union City {dor.), 6 - 15 
Union, Perry Co. i 

(oc) 15 , 1848—30 

Union, Union Co, i, 17 • 1864—25 

Upland {oc), , . 12 18"^8— 25 

Vevay(oc),. . . 10 1861—24 

Waldron (dor.), . 10 1871—14 

Walton (oc). . . 15 , 1869-50 

W^est Lebanon (m.), 12 , ISSO— 12 

Whitesville, i, , . 10 1882—26 

Woodville, J, . . 15 - 25 



Totala— 61 



913 51-2,107 



1870-100 



40 



1871—//*-. $7,000 I M. L. Pope. 



R. N. John. 
- , H.. Grove». 
2,000 R. N.J oho. 



If. 



1868—60 ' 1^68— <f. 
Prop. 
1890—40 1870— ^/r. 
18«>i— /^r. 
Proji. 
1869— u'. 



1888-116 
186(>— 25 
1859-200 



1887—30 



1875—30 



18S9-40 



ISSO— 20 
18SS— 75 



17-1,055 



ISS-i— /,r. 
ixs:i— //r. 
1873— ^^r. 

Prop. 
1859— i»r. 

Prop. 

1862— 

1876— tr. 

1839— ^/r. 

ir. 

1887— »r. 
jr. 
1870— »r. 
1S43— Ar. 
1S76— //r. 

I top. 
1841— M?. 

I*rup. 
18S0— />r. 

"'. 
186S-/yr. 
w. 

1S68-IP. 
1^4-2— 
1890— IP. 

Pi^p. 

It op. 

IV. 

1879 -u'. 



2,000 

1,(HMJ 
15,000 
12,<t(H) 

1,«"1MJ 

l,iX)0 
fxJO 
2,500 
2,u00 
2,:.00 
2, 0(H) 
13,000 
5,500 
3,000 
3,000 
2,.500 
1,0(J0 

H>00 
1,0(X» 
3,000 
2,.joo 
3,000 
1,000 
1 ,.')0o 
.*>00 
1,500 

20<t 

15,(>X) 

1,5U<J 

1 ,000 
1,500 
l.SOO 
3,000 

llKl 

1,000 

2,000 

l,.)(n» 

5O0 



H. N. Brown. 
T. B. Luster. 



R. N. John. 
I. B. Grnndy. 
J. B. Foshef. 



T. B. Galhrle. 

I. B. Grandy. 
R. X. John. 



II. N. Brown. 
R. N. John. 
J. B. Fosher. 

II. N. Brown. 



H. Groves. 
I. B. Graudy. 
I. B. Grandy. 



T. B. Luster. 
J. B. Fosher. 
J. B. Fosher. 



42— 



$142,910 



) I 



Iowa. 

State Convention, organized 1843, meets the fourth 
Wednesday in September, 1891, at place to be design 



22 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



by the Executiv^e Committee. Pres. — F. A. Bomer, Des 
Moines; Vice-Pres, — Percy Lane, Waterloo; Sec, — Rev. 
Thomas E. Dotter, Eldora; Trecw. — Franklin C. Piatt, 
Waterloo ; Trus. — H. J. Owen, W. F. Brown, C. D. Van 
Vechten; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. T. W. Woodrow, 
Marshalltown ; Rev. Matt. Wing, Manchester ; E. Hurlbut, 
Marshalltown. Preacher *of Occasional Sermon — Rev. T. 
W. Woodrow. Permanent Fund, $2,741. Pledges, $1,649. 

Woman*s Aid AssociaJtion, — Pres, — Rev. S. L. Crum, 
Dubuque; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. A. T. Lane, Waterloo; Sec, 

— Mrs. Lewis, Dubuque ; Treas, — Mrs. H.J. Bomer, 

Des Moines ; Directors — Mrs. L. A. Sheets, Algona ; Mrs. 
E. M. Wing, Manchester ; Mrs. J. C. Agan, Marshalltown. 
Missionary^ employed by the W. A. A., — Rev. S. L. Crum. 

Toung People* s Christian Union, Pres. — Henry Gilles- 
pie, Manchester; Vice-Pres, — Mrs. Ida Brown, West 
Union ; Sec, — Rev. J. E. Keyes, Red Oak ; Treas, — Miss 
Jones, Dubuque. 

Ministers in Fellowship — Thos. Ballinger, H. B. Butler, 
Amos Crum, Joel Garretson, G. S. Gowdy, H. Lewellen, 
W. W. Merritt, G. G. Odiorne, H. J. Orelup, J. H. Palmer, 
W. P. Payne, L. F. Porter, Mrs. Charlotte Porter, F. D. 
Pierce, Aaron Smith, B. F. Snook, T. W. Woodrow, Matt. 
Wing. 

Licentiates — Mrs. S. L. Crum, Thos. E. Dotter, J. E. 
Eeyes. 



Parithet. Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Prsacfacrt. 


Pott-oiBcei. 1 Fanilllea. Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dat«s. Valur*. 


Bloomfield. ... 25 
Boone {dor), . . 10 

Cattalla 20 

Cedar FalU, ... 20 
Cedar Rapids, . . 92 
Charles City, i, . . - 
Clartnda, }, . . . 20 


1872—80 

187S— 20 

33 

18e»-.Q3 

1872—73 


1873—46 
- 20 
1872—40 
1877—10 
1869—75 

1884-40 


br, $2,000 

1871— «o. 2,500 

1875— u>. 1,600 

tP. 12,000 

187*-6r. 6,000 

w. 4,000 


H. Lewellen. 

J. H. Palmer. 
A. C. Orler. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



23 



Fkriihes. 




Chnrchn. 


S. Schools. 


Church Ediflcet. 
















f r^Ai^K^Ttt 


Pof»-offlcei. Famillei. 


Org. 1 No. 


Org. j No. 


Dates. 


Taluct. 




DobaqW* . • . . 


50 


1877—60 


1858-100 


1862— 6r. 
Prop. 


$5,000 
16.000 


A. Crtina. 


Eldora 


28 


188&— 21 


60 


18e9-/>r. 


3,000 


T. S. Dotter. 


Greeley, .... 


28 


- 26 


— - 


IT. 


1.500 


M. Wing. 


Maoeheflter, |, . . 


20 


40 


1890—25 


br. 


6,000 


M. Wing. 


ManhalltowD, 1, . 


48 


63 


1879—75 


at. 


9,000 


T. W. Woodrow. 


MitchellvUle. k - - 


36 


187a— 52 


1883—70 


1870 


_ 


T. W. Woodrow. 


Ht. PleftMDt, . . 


20 


1858—27 


1858-45 


br. 


3.600 




Ouge, 4, . . . . 


39 


1878-38 


1871—45 


1877-'w. 


6,000 


A. 0. Grler. 


Otranto 


10 


— — 


. • 


188&— w. 


1.500 




Hteamboat Rock. . 


10 


• . 


— — 


1873— w. 


1,200 




Btorm Lake, . . . 


45 


1881—60 


1881—65 


1880— w. 
Prop. 


4,500 
800 




Strawberry Point, 


33 


~ - 


62 


1861— *r. 


1,500 




Waterloo, . . . 


35 


1875-60 


1889-116 


1889— 
Prop. 


8,000 
1,000 


L. P. Porter and 
Charlotte Porter. 


Webster City, . . 


60 


1878-43 


- 75 


1874— w. 


4,000 


B. F. Snook. 


West UDiDD, . . 


60 


1887—20 


1887-120 


lS88-*r. 


10,000 


H. J. Orelup. 


Total*— 22 . . 


689 


17—758 


18-1.117 


21— $108,500 





Kansas. 

The State Convention, organized in 1869, meets in Sep- 
tember, at the call of the Executive Committee. Prea. — 
Abijah Wells, Seneca; Vice-Pres. — C. H. Trott, Junction 
City; Sec. — Rev. C. H. Rogers, Hutchinson; Treas, — 
Chas. Davis, Junction City ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
Josiah Davis, Oswego ; Rev. A. Barnes, Junction City, and 
C. H. Trott; Trus. — C. H. Trott, Abijah Wells, A. C. 
Pierce, H. B. Pierce, C. L. Westcott, D. B. McKay ; State 
Missionary — Rev. Josiah Davis, Oswego. 

Vice-Pres. Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. A. C. 
Pierce, Junction City. 



Parishes. 


I Chiirche*. S. Schools. 1 


Church Edifices. 


Preachers. 


PosC-ofRcM. 1 FamiliM. 


Orij. 1 No. Org. | No. i 


DfltCA. Values. 




Arkansaa City, . . 30 
Burdette, .... 23 
Cool - 


1 
1889—80 ' 1889—30 

- 1887—50 


_ - _ 


C. H. Rogere. 
J. Bishop. 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Parithe*. 


Churches. 


S. School!. 


Church Ediflcet. 


Froachen. 


Poit-ofllcet. Faniilie*. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




CoDvention Church, - 
Delphos, i, ... 14 

Frankfort, ... 10 
Hutchtnton, i, . . 60 

Junction City, . . 82 

^finneapoUn, . . 20 
Oswego (dor,), . . 16 
Ottawa {dor.), . . 20 
Redfield, |, . . . 15 
Rice Co. (oc), . . 12 
Seneca, .... 50 
Towanda, i,, . . 17 
Valley Centre, \, . 25 
Vermillion, |, . . 7 
Wilminfl^toDCoe.),. 12 


- 195 
1842—45 

1888—16 
1883—85 

1877—38 

1882—32 

1877—20 

1871—47 
1889—26 

1880—^5 
11 


1873—40 

1887—53 
1877-42 

1882—30 
1871-126 


1882—10. $3,000 
Prop, 3,000 

188»-to. 1,000 

1883— to. 3.000 
Prop. 3,000 

1882—10. 3,000 
Prop. 300 

Prop. 60 
1860— •<. 6,000 


J. DavlB. ^ 
J. Wilson. 
A. Barnea. 

J. A. Stoner. 


Totalfl— 17 . . 413 


12—620 


7—371 5— $22,350 





Kentucky. 

State ConveDtion organized in 1875. Time of meeting in 
1891 the last Friday in May, the place to be appointed by 
the Secretary. Pres. — H. B. Clark; Vice-Pres. — B. F. 
Johnson ; Sec. — Polk Cansler, Hopkinsville ; Treas, — Mrs. 
F. M. Carrey; Tru*. — B. F. Ligon, S. L. Graddy, G. G. 
Clark, J. G. Hord, J. P. Prowse, H. C. Nock. Oom- 
mittee of Fellowship — Rev. F. H. Renshaw, H. C. Nock, 
J. P. Prowse. Superintendent of Churches — Rev. M. W. 
Tabor. Preacher of Annual Sermon — Rev. Reuben Medley. 

Vice-Pres, Woman* s Cerdenary Association — Mrs. Amanda 
Yancey, Hopkinsville. 



Parishes. 



Post-ofHce«. 



Families. 



Churches. 



Org. No. 



8. Schools. Church Edifices. 



Org. , No. , Pates. 



Values. 



Preachers. 



Bard well (m.), . . 8 ! 1887—11 
Bealah, |, . . . . 25 ' 1887— 6 
Burlington (oc.), . - 1876—56 



Uo. — ^10. 



$400 



J. C. Qravea. 
M. W. Tabor. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTEK. 



25 



P«ri«hea. 


" 


Churches. 


8. School*. 


Church Edifices. 


'pFMitf^K^rd 


Poat-otBoei. j Faini 


. 10 


Org. 1 No. 


On?.| 


No. 


Dates. 1 


Valueii. 




ChArletton, . . 






1 






M. W. Tabor. 


Consolation* |, . . 


20 


1835-85 


. 


_ 


1840— ic. 


$300 


A. D. Moore. 


Crab Tree foe). . 
Crftner(oc.), . < 


. 15 




m 


„ 


,. ^ 


,. 




, 12 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ _ 


« 




Crofton, 1, . . 


. 10 


1885—15 


— 


• 


Un. — ic. 


800 


A. D. yfoore. 


Dawson, J, . . 


. 13 


iaS7— 17 


— 


— 


1887— fo. 


500 


if. W. Tabor. 


Earltnffton, . . 
Frolt Hill (oc). 


. 10 


— . 


— 


- ! 


Un. 




M. W. Tabor. 


. 12 


. _ 


_ 


^ 


_ _ 


^ 




Ghood Hope, I, . 


. 15 


1886—25 


. 


"■ 


Un. — w. 


500 


A. D. Moore. 


HopkinBTtlle, i, 


. 17 


1887—20 


- 


30 


1889— Ar. 


4,500 


M. W. Tabor. 


Ifanitoa {oc.), . 


. 12 


1888—17 


_ 




^ ^ 


_ 




Piineeton (oc.)t 


. 10 




— 


. 


« . 


. 




Seotubnrg (oc), 


. 20 




. 


— 


myo—ic. 


800 




White Plain*, i . 


8 


1884—15 


— 


- 


Un. — ic. 


1,500 


A. D. Moore. 


ToUla— 17 . 


. 217 


10-267 


1- 


-30 


8- 


$9,300 


1 



Maixe. 

State Convention organized, 1828, meets in 1891 on Tues- 
day following the first Monday in June, at Congress Square 
Church, Portland. Pres, — Hon. N. W. Harris, Auburn; 
Vice-PresiderUs — J. W. Knowlton, Belfast; Rev. H. S. 
Whitman, Auburn ; Sec, — Rev. S. P. Smith, Skowhegan ; 
TrecLS, — Hon. R. Dresser, Auburn ; Financicd and Mission - 
wry Agent — Rev. H. S. Whitman, Auburn; Committee of 
Fellowship — Rev. W. M. Kimmell, Rockland ; Rev. I. J. 
Mead, Augusta; Rev. F. M. Houghton, Deering; Alfred 
Winalow, Oakland; G. M. Twitchell, M.D., Fairfield; Tms. 
— Charles Dunn, J. A. Bucknam, H. G. Kendall; Preacher 
of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. Vincent. Permanent Fund, 
12,001. 

Young People's Christian Union. Pres. — Byron A. 
Mead, Augusta; Vice-Pres, — Herbert D. Hodgkin, Lewis- 
ton; Sec. — Miss Georgie A. Bradley, 25 Mayo St., Port- 
land; Trecw. — Fred. E. Wheeler, Oakland ; Executive Com- 
mittee — Mary E. Morse, Mrs. Dana Crockett, Miss Stella 
£. Kcene. 



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UKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



State Sunday' School Convention meets on the second 
Wednesday in October. The session for 1891 will be held 
at Fairfield. Pres. — Frank Rackliffe, Auburn ; Vice-Prea, 
— Dr. G. M. Twitcbell, Fairfield; Sec — J. V. Bradley, 
Portland; Treas. — Mrs. J. S. Hobbs, Augusta; Trus. — 
J. B. Dingley, Mrs. C. A. Hayden, J. P. Rockwell. 

Ministers* Institute, Pres. — Henry Blanchard, D.D., 
Portland. 

Associations. — 1. York and Cwmfrer/and, organized in 
1828, meets on the second Wednesday in September. 

2. Kennebec^ organized in 1828. J. S. Hobbs, Augusta, 
Clerk, 

3. Oxford^ organized in 1844, meets the fourth Wednes- 
day in September. ' Rev. S. S. Davis, North Fryeburg, 
Clerk. 

4. Penobscot Valley^ reorganized in 1878, meets in 
October at the call of its Executive Committee. Rev. W. 
M. Kimmell, Rockland, Clerk. 

5. Franklin , meets on the last Wednesday and Thursday 
in August. Jennie E. Hiscock, Wilton, Clerk. 



Fariihci. 



ChurchM. 



8. Schools. 



Post-offlcei. Families. Org. No. , Org. No. 



Church Ediflces. 



Date*. Valuei. 



Preacher*. 



AddiWHt . 
Albion (oc.) 
Auburn, . 
Augusta, . 
Bangor, . 
Bath, . . 



Bethel, . . 
Biddeford, 
Bovodoinham 

Bridgton, . 
Browr\/lfld, 
Brunswick, 
Bryanti P6nd, |, . 



. 24 
. 20 
. 287 
. 116 
. 265 
. 95 
. 98 



50 
30 
55 



1879—18 

1838-264 
1842-100 
1841—80 
1887—24 
1850—13 



80 1859—15 
60 ' 1845—88 
50 



1882—30 

1881-18 
30 ' 1843—28 



1877-45 
1870—60 
1836-290 
1836-110 
1841-410 
1839-100 
1841-100 

1850—15 
1841-40 
1882—40 

1888—25 
1880-41 
1870-« 
1881—30 



1641— w. 
1838—10. 
187*— 6r. 
1868— ftr. 
1860— «>r. 
1860— 10. 
1870— to. 

Prop. 
1854— U7. 
1867— w. 
1839— tr. 

I*rop. 

1870— M7. 

1878— »c. 

1886— tr. 

10. 



$2,500 

1,000 

40.000 

30,000 

40.000 

10,000 

15,000 

1,000 

3,000 

16.000 

2,500 

1,500 

3,000 

2.500 

4,500 

2,500 



C. A. Hayden. 
E. F. Pember. 



I. Towiley. 



C. L. Waite. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



27 



Pariahcs. 



Po»t-^fllces. 



Familiet. 



Churchet. 



Org. No 



8. Schoolfl. 



OrR. No 



Church Ediflcef. 



Date*. Values. 



Prcachen. 



BiickJUldt . 
CalaU, . . 



40 
100 ' 1872—42 1870—94 



Camden^ . . . 
CantOD, . . . 

Carmel (oc.)t • • 25 

Chctpman {dor,), . 20 

Cumberland {oc), 20 

Deering, .... 100 

J>enrfuirk, li • • • ^ 

Dezitr,, .... 75 

Dirfield 30 

Ea«t Derrvi . . . - 

Ea9t JH3!^€ldy \, . 80 

Eawt Sddingion, . 25 

Fairfield 100 

Frttport 50 

Garoioer, .... 90 

Greene (oc), . . 25 

Guit/ord, ... 85 

Hallowell, ... 55 

Hampden (oc), . 25 

Harrington, ... 13 

Hiram\oc.),, . . 25 

Hope, 1 22 

Kendu9keag{dor.)t 20 

Kingfleld (oc.)i • 15 

Kittery {dor.), . . 40 

LeedM {oc), ... 25 

LewUtOD, . . . . 170, 
LlTermore, Bret- 
tUDB* Mllla {9um- 

iner), . . . . - 
Livermore, N o r • 

landa {oc.), . . - 

LiTennore Falls, . 50 

MaehiaB {oc), . . 30 

Mechanic FalU, . 75 

Jfonton {aummer), 25 
yew GUmceater {oc.),W 
New Portlaod (oc), 20 

North AnaoD, . . 36 
Jforth Auburn {oc), 25 
North Chatham, . 

North Fryeburg, . 30 

North Jav, (, . . 21 
North Monmonth 

> \^0C.), .... 1a 

North New FoH- 

land,i 12 

North TSimer{oc.), 20 

Norway, .... 65 

Oakland 75 

OldtoKn, .... 30 



Orland, 
OroDO, . 



33 
65 



40 I 1878—60 I 
50 



1879-70 



1878— tr. 

Prop. 

1879— »o. 

1856—10. 



w. 



$1,800 
14,000 
4,000 
3,600 
2,000 
1,500 



1881—88 
1881—10 



1826—25 



1840-30 



1867-180 
18S0— 20 
1830-100 
1879_50 
75 
1866-40 

40 
1855_-85 

20 

1845—75 

25 



1842-30 1880—70 

20 ' - 

1876-25 i 1872—20 

- ! 1862—30 

1870—54 

1873—50 

1870—17 1870—60 

. • — 30 

1865—90 ' 1865-155 



w. 
1867— tc. 

w. 
1809 — w. 
1829— Iff. 



ic. 

1890— IT. 
1883— MJ. 
1840— w. 
Prop. 
1829— ic. 

w. 
1843— w. 
1828— to. 

w. 
1872-10. 
Un. 

tr. 
1838— »o. 
1871— ir. 
1874— U7. 
1866—10. 



1.000 
13,000 

1,000 
10,000 

1,500 



500 

10,000 

2,500 

13,000 

680 

1,000 

2,500 

8,000 

1,200 

2,600 

8,000 

1,000 
1,000 
3,000 
4,000 
15,000 



1860—20 1869-«o. 3,000 



1858-105 



1881—49 
1854—70 



1828—10. 
1829— ?r. 
1869—^0. 
1863—10. 



3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
8,000 



1840—20 1860—25 
1883—40 
1876—65 

1859—20 1859—35 

- 1 18S7— 42 
1844— 1886— to 

- I 1866—30 



1842— TO. 
l&JO— to. 
1S83— to. 
1858— to. 

i8as— ^. 

Un. 



1,000 
1,000 
3,500 
2.000 

2,000 



1852—10. 2,200 



1823—40 1 1834-120 

1890—40 1860-130 

- I - 35 

- I 1867—54 
1858—15 1843-100 



to. 
1828—10. 
1834— to. 
1848— fo. 

Prop. 
1845—10. 
1844— »o. 

Prop. 



2,000 
7,000 
7,000 
2,000 

i,6og 

1,500 
6,000 
2,500 



J. Vincent. 



H. Q. Dunham. 



O.F.8afford,D.D. 



8. G. Davis. 
F.M.Houghton. 

R. H. Aldrich. 
F. M. Houghton. 



R. F. Johonnot. 
W. R. French, d.d. 

F. K. Beem. 

G. G. Hamilton. 

S. P. Smith. 



8. 8. Davis. 
F. K. Beem. 



Caroline E. AngelK 
T. B.T.Fisher. 
W. M. BaQkua. 



J. Kimball. 



28 



UNIYERSALIST BEOISTER. 



Parishet. 
Po«t-ofBce8 



Familiet. 



Churchea. 



Org. No, 



S. Schools. 



Org. No 



Church Edifices. 



Dates. Values. 



Preachers. 



OT^OTd (oc). . • 12 

PaH», 27 

Phillipi idor.), . 38 
PittMjfild, .... 65 
Portland (Cbn.^^.), 310 
PortlaDd(Cb.Me«.), 150 
Read/ietd (oc), . 25 
Richmond, ... 50 



Rockland, . . . 
Rockportt .... 
Round Pond, . . 
Sacca^ppat . . 
Scarboro Cor* (oc.) , 
Sidney (oc), . . 
Skowhegan, . . . 
South Berwick^ 
South Hop€f i, . . 
South Windham, . 
Stockton, .... 
SwanvilU, |, . . 
Turner Cenlrre, . . 
Ohionf ....'. 
WatervlUe, . . . 



120 
10 
30 
80 

ro 

TO 



4!) 
30 
20 
75 
25 
60 



WettNewPorUandX 20 

WMt Pari9 {O.C.), . 20 

Weat Parsonjteld, . 14 

We»t Sumner, . . 25 

WelU iox.), ... 30 

Wiiton (o.c), . . 26 

Windham (oc), . 30 

Yarmouth, ... 53 



Totals— 95 . 4,756 



1889—14 
1821-130 
1873-103 

1888—32 

1872—45 

188&— 22 
47 

- 34 

1884—36 
1876—65 



1876-30 
1849 - 
1826—12 

• 

1864—12 
1869-40 
1880—30 



45 
1888—76 
1828-370 
1881-305 

42 
1887-125 

- 160 

1887-105 
75 



1883—65 
1876—62 
1889—60 
1883—60 
1843—70 
80 
1843—60 

1833—52 

1888—60 
1867—25 



40 

1878—32 
1871—30 
1835—40 



45-1,972 I 73-6,532 



Prop. 

w. 
1872— u>. 
1871— ic. 
1866— e»r. 
1871— ^r. 
IH21—W. 
1886— ic. 
Prop. 
1875— to. 
1854—10. 

w. 
1888— tr. 

w. 
1844— w. 
1881— V. 
1876 to. 
1880—10. 
1844— 
1863— to. 
1850—10. 
1850—10. 

1833— to. 

Prop. 

1838—10. 



1862- 



$400 
3,000 
1.000 
6,000 

50,000 

25,000 
5,000 
2,500 
1.000 

15,000 
1.000 
8,000 

12,000 

2,500 

400 

4,000 

16,000 
2,000 
1,500 
6,000 
2,000 
4,000 
1,500 
9,000 
3,000 
2,000 

1,500 

to. 3,000 

2,000 



H. Blancbard, d.d. 
G. I. Kelrn. 

J. H. Little. 

W. M. Klmmell. 

O. F. Safford, d.d. 

S. P. Smith. 

F. L. R. Payaon. 
J.Eaatwood. 
8. G. Davis. 



1831-10. 1,500 



83— $545,280 



Maryland . 

No State Convention. Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary 
Association — Mrs. R. H. Pullman, Baltimore. 



Pariahes. 


Churches. 
On?. No. 


S. Schools. { 


Church Edifices. 


Preachers. 


Pust-officvt. Families. 


Org. 1 No. 


Dates. Values. 




Baltimore, 2d, . . 88 
Chempeake City 
(<for,) - 


1834-310 


1834-106 


1888— W. $28,000 
- 3,000 


1 
R. H. Pullman. 


Totals— 2 . . 88 


1—310 


1-106 


2— $31,000 





dniversaxist register. 29 

Massachusetts. 
State Convention, organized in 1834, meets the fourth 
Tuesday in September. Pres, — Eben Alexander, Boston ; 
Vice-Pres. — Hon. Charles Robinson, Newton ; Sec. — Rev. 
W. A. Start, 30 West St., Boston; Treas.— John D. W. 
Joy, Boston ; Committee of Fellowshijy — Rev. C. R. Tenney, 
Boston-; Rev. R. A. Greene, Rev. J. S. Cutler, A. J. Patter- 
son, D.D., J. M. Pullman, D.D. ; Trus. — Rev. W. S. Wood- 
bridge, Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Rev. F. O. Hall, J. L. Sweet, 
B. B. Whittemore, Joseph B. Horton. The session for 1891 
will be held at Norwood. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — 
Almon Gunnison, D.D. Permanent Funds, $63,482. 

The W&man^s Universalist Missionary Society of Massachu- 
setts was organized in January, 1886. Its object is : To 
enlist the women of the Universalist Churoh in Massachu- 
setts in missionary work, in the distribution of religious liter- 
ature, in aiding deserving persons to obtain an education ; 
and to assist in such religious charities as the Society may 
find to be useful and expedient. It is to work in harmony 
and co-operation with the Massachusetts and General Con- 
ventions, to advance the missionary enterprises of our 
Church. Pres, — Mrs. Philena C. Start; Vice-Pres, — Mrs. 
Jane L. Patterson; Sec. — Mrs. Ilarriette M. Ayer, 16 
Flint St., Somerville ; Treas, — Miss Caroline A. Eastman, 
Melrose. Permanent Fund, $2,490. 

Young Peoples' Union. Pres. — E. A. Bachelder, 14 
Summer St., Cambridge port ; Vice-Pres. — Ernest F. Love- 
joy, Boston; Sec. — Miss Emma A. J. Law, 17 Salem St., 
Medford ; Cor. Sec. — Miss Gertrude A. Earle, 8 Franklin 
St., Somerville; Treas. — Geo. L. Elwell, 24 Hillside St., 
Roxbury ; the above named and the Pres. and Sec. of the 
State Convention constitute the Executive Committee. 

The Bethany Home for Young Women ^ located at 14 
Worcester St., Boston, is a charitable institution under 



30 UNIYERfiALIST REGISTER. 

auspices of the Universalists of Massachusetts, and was 
incorporated May 9, 1889. Its object is to establish and 
maintain a home for respectable, indigent young women, 
who from debility or inability to work are unable to support 
themselves. iVe«. — J. D. W. Joy; Vice-Pfeaidents — 
Miss Mary A. Ellis, Benjamin F. Spinney; Treas. — Eben 
Alexander ; Clerk — Rev. W. A. Start, 30 West St., Boston ; 
Superintendent — Mrs. Maria H. Bray. 

Associations. — 1. Old Colony^ organized in 1827, meets 
in October, as the Executive Committee appoint. Sec. and 
Treas. — Rev. S. R. H. Biggs, West Scituate. 

2. Boston^ organized in 1829, meets on the first Wednes- 
day in May. Chas. F. Potter, Tufts College, Clerk. 

3. Union^ organized in 1834, meets the first Wednesday 
in June. Rev. J. H. Holden, Amherst, Clerk. 

4. Barnstable^ organized in 1838, meets as the Clerk may 
appoint. J. A. Small, Provincetown, Clerk. 

5. Winchester^ organized in 1839, meets in 1891 on the 
first Wednesday in October, at Shelbume Falls. H. A. 
Bowen, Shelburne Falls, Clerk. 

The UniverscUist SabbcUh School Union includes the 
eighteen schools in Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Somerville, 
Tufts College and Newton, with an aggregate membership 
of three thousand and thirty-one. Its permanent fund 
amounts to $10,652,52. Cummings L. Lothrop, 37 Black- 
stone St., Cambridgeport, Secretary. 

The Middlesex Conference of Churches and Sunday- 
schools includes six churches and schools, viz. : Arlington, 
Maiden, Medford, Melrose, Saugus and Wakefield, and 
meets quarterly on the second Wednesday in January, April, 
July and October. Pres. — Rev. W. F. Dusseault,* Maiden ; 
Sec. — Rev. I. C. Tomlinson, Arlington. 

The Essex Universalist Sunday-School Union has a mem- 
bership of about three thousand. Its officers are : Pres. — 



UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 



31 



Willard Goldthwaite, Salem; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. Maria 
H. Bray, Boston; Sec. — W. D. Dennis, Salem; Treas. 
— F. H. Crowell. Its meetings are held on the third 
Wednesday in March, second Wednesday in June, Septem- 
ber and December, in the different parishes, as arrangements 
can be made. 

The Norfolk Sunday-School Union, organized in 1889, 
includes the Sunday-schools in Norfolk County. Pres, — 
Rev. B. F. Eaton, Weymouth ; Sec. — Rev. C. S. Nickerson, 
Norwood; TVecw. — Charles Foster, Taunton. Time and 
place of meeting determined by the Board of Government. 

The Merrimac Valley Conference was organized at Law- 
rence, Feb. 18, 1885. It embraces all the Universalist 
churches in the Merrimac Valley, from Nashua, N. H., to 
Newburyport, Mass. The design is to meet once a year with 
each parish in the Conference. The present officers are : 
Pres. — Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Lawrence ; Vice-Pres. — Daniel 
Goodrich, Haverhill; Sec. and Treas. — Rev. R. A. Greene, 
Lowell. 

The Universalist Exegetical Club, organized in Boston, 
March, 1886, has for its purpose the " critical and historical 
study of the Sacred Scriptures." It is composed of ministers 
residing within easy reach of Boston, and meets monthly at 
the Publishing House for essays and discussions. Pres. — 
Rev. Prof. G. M. Harmon ; Vice-Pres. — Rev. G. I. Keirn ; 
Sec. and Treas. — Rev. Prof. G. T. Knight, Tufts College. 

Vtce-Pres. Woman*s Centenary Association — Mrs. C. F. 
Potter, Tufts College. 



Pttriihca, 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Pr^flr}i <>ra 


Foil-ofBee«. Ftoiilies. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




AblngtOD, ... 30 
Acton, South, . . 80 


1883—32 
1887—21 


1842—89 
1868-^1 


1841— to. $6,500 B.F.Bowles. 

Frop. 2,000 1 
1878—10. 12,000 1 I.C.Enowlton, 

1 D.D. 



32 



UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 



Pariihvs. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Ediflccfl. 








1 




l^y ^Hf n cm ■ 


Poat-ofRces. i Families. Org. No. 


Org. No. 1 


Date*. Value*. 




Acton, Weat, . . 


1 
30 , 1876—40 


1868—62 


1860— u;. #8,000 I. C. Knowlton, 


Adami 


32 


1872—19 


1868-109 


1871— ftr. 20.000 


I. A. Priest. 








Prop. 20,000 




Adams, North, . . 


65 1801-136 


- 137 


u>. 30,000 


A. B. Church. 


AmeBbary, . . . 


34 


1872—33 


1869—68 


1871— «J. 6,000 A.C.White. 


Ambent« .... 


35 


— — 


1888—30 i 


Prop. 1,200 J. H. Holden. 


AuDlsquam, . . . 


61 


1890—26 


1830-125 1 


1831— «c. 6,000 Q. W. Penniman. 


Arlington, . . . 


33 ' 1841— 5t» 


1S41— 78 


1840— M>. 12,000 , I. 0. T'orolinson. 


Attleboro, . . . 


60 1878—62 


1876-198 


1S85— IC. 16,000 ; J. N. Emery. 


Attleboro, North, . 


125 


1859—40 


- 223 


1882— 6r. 40,000 F. A. Dillingham. 


Barrowaville (Mis- 










sion) 


15 


- - 


- - 


- J. N. Emery. 


Beverly, .... 


120 


1856—75 


1843-128 


184&-tr. 6,600 H. S. Fisko. 


Boston, 2d, . . . 


221 


1817-316 


1837-240 


1872— «(. 160,000 A. A.Miner, D.D. 


Boston, Shawmnt, 


155 


1837-273 


18J7-251 


1863— 6r. 40,000 | C. ConkUn. 


Boston, East, . . 


70 I 1865—65 


1841-108 


1886-ir. - 1 H. A. Philbrook. 


Boston, South, . . 


104 ' 1870-124 


1838-317 ; 


1869— ir. 20,000 J. J. LewU. 


Boston, Roxbury, . 
Boston, Orove Ball, 


440 . 1822-250 


1830-322 


1321— IT. 130,000 I E.L. Rexford.D.D. 


57 1878—38 


187^-93 ■ 


1877— «r. 13.000 


C. R. Tenney. 


Boston, Cbarlest*n, 


170 1812-132 


1829-485 


1811— *r. 80,000 


O. F. 1^0. 


Boston, Jam'a Plain 


1, 36 1887—22 


1886—51 


Prop, 3,400 C. R. Tenney. 


Bralntree, South, . 


•25 ! - - 


1887—30 


Prop. 400 F. Maguire. 


Brewster, |, . . . 


10 , - 20 


- - 


1879— IT. 1,500 


C. A. Bradley. 


Brockton, . . . 


40 1 - 21 


- .120 


1888-^. 14.000 


A. Haramatt. 


Cambridge, Ist, . 


350 1827-180 


1836-350 


1822— ii7. 68.000 


A. E. White. 


Cambridge, 2d, . . 


46 1 - 64 


1836—93 


1866— ir. 18.600 


I. P. Coddington. 


Cambridge, 3d, . . 


151 1872-157 


1870-243 


1876-Ar. 43,000 . C. W. Biddle. D.D. 


Canton, .... 


50 ' 1853—35 


1841—93 1 1847— ic. 6,000 i J. Vannever. 


Charlton, .... 


26 1864—18 1857—24 


1839— «j. 8,000 1 C.Weston. 


Chatham 


40 . 18flA— 23 1834-100 


1S39-W. 6.000 H. N. Couden. 


Chelsea 


140 : 1842-260 1 1842-200 


1862-6r. 66,000 ' G. B. Stocking. 


Cheshire 


8 . - - 


- - 


1848— M). 8,000 


Dana, North, . . 


30 - - 


41 


- 2.000 R. 8. Kellerman. 


Danvers, .... 


110 1877—30 1 1830-156 


1869— to. 12,000 , C. B. Lynn. 


Dunstable, (, . . 


12 - - 1876—42 




J. M. Usher. 


Eastham, .... 


20 - - 


25 


- 2,600 


D. Fraser. 


Esiiex 


63 ' 1873—32 


1830—65 


1836— IT. 8,600 


G. J. Sanger. 


Everett, .... 


75 - - 


- 173 


1872— jr. 16,000 


R. P. Bush. 


Fltcbburg, . . . 


220 1 1858—91 


1848-300 


lSS6-^r. 34,000 F. 0. Hall. 


Foxboro, .... 


25 1S65— 12 


184.V- 30 


1843— IT. 6,000 ] L. M. Powers. 


Franklin, .... 


80 1S59— 70 . 1858-165 


1888— tr. 26,000 1 




1 




Prop. 34,000 1 


Framlngham, Bo., . 


50 ' - -• 


1879—80 


, 1882— IT. 6,600 1 W.F. Potter. 


Ghirdner, West, . 


75 18®^— 10 


1868-137 


1R67— tr. 8,200 


B. J. Felt. 


Gloucester, . . . 


156 ' 1806—72 1820-456 


, 1806— M?. 40,000 


W. H. Rider. 


Gloucester, East, . 


37 1886— 9 


1884—80 


1886— w. 7.000 




Gloucester, West, 


30 - 18 


54 


1876— 1«. 8,800 


G. J. Sanger. 


Granville,. . . . 


12 - - 


- — 


- 2,500 




Hard wick, |, . . 


26 - 


- 1 


- 2,600 




Haverhill, . . . 


169 1837-130 


1836-260 


1 1825—10. 17,600 , J. C. Snow, d.d. 


Haverhill, West, . 


26 - - 


1862—40 


1834— to. 10,000 


A. A. Rosa. 


Haverhill, Mt. W., 


22 - - 


85 


.... 


A. A. Ross. 


Holllston,. . . . 


24 - - 


- 20 


- ' E. W. Whitney. 


Hlngham, .... 


47 1823—20 


1886—66 


1829— tr. 3.000 8. R. H. Biggs. 


HyannlB, .... 


40 - - 


- 30 


1873— to. 10,000 


B. Brunning. 


Lanesville, . . . 


N 26 1800—16 


1860^23 
1847-326 


1876—10. 8,000 


G. W. Penniman. 


Lawrence, . . . 


136 


18ii9-161 


1838—^. 30,000 


W. E. Gibbs. 


Lowell, 1st, . . . 


302 


1827—93 


1831-280 


1875— e»r. 70,000 


G. W. Bioknell. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



33 



ParuhM. 



Po«t-offlce«. i Families. 



Churches. 



S. Schools. Church Edifices. 



Org. I No. j Org. \ No. j Date«. 



Valuei. 



Preach en. 



Lowell, 2d, . 
Lynn, Ist, . 
Lyno, 2d, . . 
Leyden, . . 
Maiden, . . 
Mansfield, 
Marblehead, . 
Marion, . . 
Marlboro,. . 
MatUpolsett, 
Medford, . . 
Medford, West, 
Melroiie, . . 
Menrlmae, 
Methuen, . . 
MlddletOD, . 
Milford. . . 
MonsoD, . . 
Nattck, . . 
New Bedford, 
Newton, . . 
Norwood, . . 
Onmge, . . 



. 130 
. S80 
. 88 
. 8 
. 100 
. 13 
. 93 
. 20 
. 00 
. 44 
. 00 
. 15 
. 80 
. 16 
. 55 
. 15 
. 140 
. 76 
. 60 
. 38 
. 100 
. 80 
. 90 



Orange, North, . 60 
Orleans, .... 30 

Oxford 13 

Palmer, .... 61 
Peabody. .... 100 
Pigeon Cfove, . . 60 
Plymoath, ... 60 
Provincetown, . . 125 
Qnincy, .... 76 
Rockport, ... 65 

Rowley 17 

Salem, 820 

Bangus 42 

Bdcaate, West, . 60 
Bhelbame Falls, . 38 
Shirley Village, . 28 
Somerrllle, ... 71 
Somerrllle.W. Hill, 61 
Somendlle, West, . 30 
Bonthbrldge, . . 62 
Spencer, .... 00 
Sprlnp^ld, ... 160 
Btongnton, ... 100 
Bwaropscott, ■. . 26 
Taanton, .... 72 
Tyngeboro, ... 11 
Wakefield, ... 76 
Waltham, .... 200 
Warren, .... 75 

WetMter 80 

Wellfleei,. ... 5 
Weatfleld, ... 21 

Weetmfnater, . . 20 
WeymoQth, let, . 80 



1848-120 
1839-283 
1862-105 
7 
1826—50 

10 
1839-104 
1857 - 

55 
1859—35 
1834—78 

1882—40 
1865—18 
1840—40 
— 30 
1851-114 
1883—51 
1882—38 
1855—32 
1873—09 
1856—70 
1858—84 

1878—13 
1876—25 

1876—69 
1877—62 
1889— 6 
1822—23 
1843—58 
1831—25 
1842—20 

1810-100 
1837—22 

1864—25 
1846—40 
1861—68 
1889—23 
1886—26 
1850—29 
1878—63 
1855-338 
1833-112 

182^-62 
1809— 
1843—18 
1874—97 
18S9— 65 
1800— S9 
1874— 9 
1887—13 

1822—12 



1837-101 

1833-671 
1837—87 

1832-310 

56 

- 125 
184S— 50 

- 170 
1837—10 
1832-172 

20 
1850-168 
1840—40 
1836—88 

1837-284 
188:i-110 
1878—95 
1862—86 
1871-145 
1840-171 
1852-325 

1830^0 
1840—65 
17 
1875—87 
1851-180 
1869—15 
1836—92 
1825-125 
1845-121 
1842—40 

1829-450 
1847—94 
40 
1865—45 
1837-41 
1851-309 
1879—86 

- 130 
1837—76 
1876-150 
1845-325 
1887-200 

- 113 
1834-142 
1886— 
1837-161 
1865-250 
1839—73 
1362—89 
1842— 
1886—27 

80 
1839—80 



838— *r. 
873—*/. 
840— jr. 

802-^r. 

8S9— »o. 
880— ?«. 
S33— IT. 

836—10. 
832— to. 

SS»— 10. 
838—10. 
836—10. 
to. 
851— «o. 
888— «^ 
»o. 
845— to. 
873— »<. 
886— «/. 
881— to. 

Prop. 
781—10. 
830— to. 
792—10. 
879— Ji^ 
8.'i3— to. 
873— fo. 
826—10. 
848—10. 
832— to. 
867— to. 
877—10. 
809-*r. 
860— to. 
832 -10. 
871— to. 
869—10. 
8fi8— 6r. 
887—10. 
884—10. 
842— to. 
883-^>r. 
868— 6r. 
848— to. 

Prop. 
870—07. 
842—10. 
836—10. 
880—40. 
837—10. 

to. 

TOO— to. 

Prop. 

822— to. 

838—40. 



$25,000 

150,000 

15.000 

400 

40,000 

4,700 

16,000 

2,000 

12,000 

3,500 

16,500 

20,000 

2,000 

6,500 

2,000 

6,000 

25,000 

7,000 

10,000 

25,000 

30,000 

16,000 

17,000 

16,500 

2,000 

5,000 

20,000 

12,000 

5,000 

5,000 

12,000 

16,000 

4,600 

2,700 

45,000 

4.500 

3,000 

5,000 

20,700 

86,000 

12,250 

6,000 

9,000 

20.000 

40.000 

16,000 

2,203 

16,000 

2,000 

18,000 

20,000 

4,500 

20,000 

1,200 

10,600 

9,500 

2,500 

6,000 



R. A Greene. 

J. M. Pullman, D.D. 

L. L. Briggs. 

W. F. DuMeaalt. 
L. M. Powers. 

B. Smith. 

F. 8. Rice. 

W. S. Woodbridge, 
I. C. Torolinson. 
J. S. Cutler. 
A. C. White. 
A. J. Torsleff. 

E. W. Whitney. 
L. B. Fisher. 
W. H. Gould. 

G. T.F]anders,D.D. 
R. A. White. 

C. S. Nickerson. 
R. S. Kellerman. 

C. L. Paddock. 

D. Fraser. 

E. W. Preble. 
J. F. Albion. 

A. F. Walch. 
E. L. Bon gh ton. 

< H. B. Cushroan. 
I W. P. Burnell. 
IF. F. Fittter. 

B. L. Houghton. 
T. L. Dean. 

A. G. Rogers. 

S. R. H. Biggs. 

B. G. Russell. 
J. Crehore. 

C. A. Skinner. 

I. P. Coddington. 
C. M. Smithy D.i>. 
E. A. Read. 
J. B. Gledhlll. 
M. Crosley. 
C. H. Puffer. 

W. W. Hooper. 

L. L. Greene. 
L. P. Blackford. 
O. I. Darling. 
E. W. Preble. 

J. H. Fams worth. 

E. J. Felt, 
B. F. Eaton. 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Pitrlvheg. 



Poat-ofBcM. 



Fanillle*. 



Weymouth, Sd, 8., 45 

W(*y mouth, Sd.N., 32 
Worcester, Ist, . . 350 
Worcester, A 1 1 

SouU, .... 45 

WroDtham. W., . 21 

Yarmouthport, . . SO 



ToUU— 120 



0,001 



Churchc*. 



8. Schoola. 



Orjj. I No. OfR. No. 



Church Edifico. 



Dftte*. 



ValuM. 



Prcschcn. 



1860—66 
1874—21 
1843-245 

1885—37 

1860—15 


1850-125 
1854-49 
1841-600 

1884-102 

- 38 

1851—50 


100-0,462 


11245,340 



1850— u>. $5,500 
1850— tr. 5,500 
1871— *r. 76,000 

1885—10. 5,000 

to. 2,000 

1836—10. 2,500 



112—12,087,753 



B. F. Bowlea. 

B. F. Eaton. 

A. Gunnison, dj». 

F. A. Gray. 

C. A. Bradley. 



Michigan. 

The State Convention, organized in 1843, meets the 
Tuesday after the second Sunday in October. The ses- 
sion of 1891 will be held at Lapeer. Pre$. — Charles 
Fluhrer, D.D. ; Vice-Pres. — W. L. Snyder; Sec. — Rev. 
Frank McAlpine, Charlotte ; Trecbs. — E. A. Treadway, 
Grand Bapids ; Trus. — David Inglis, Dr. H. A. Peterman, 
Dr. Frank Merritt; Committee of Fellowship — W. L. Gibbs, 
Concord ; Rev. W. F. Dickerman, W. F. Stickney ; Pre<u:her 
of Occasional Sermon — Lee S. McCollester. Funds, $822. 

Vice-Pees. Woman^s CoUenary Association — Miss Anna 
A. Johnson, Bay City. 



Psrlahes. 



ChurchiM. 



Poit-officca. FamiUrt. i On(. No, 



S. Schools. 



Org. i No. 



Church EdlflcM. 



Dates. Values. 



PiOAchers. 



Bay CUy 00 

SenUm HarbOTt . 25 

Otro 26 

Chftrlotte, . ... 75 
Clifi>rdt .... 40 
Concord, i, ... 20 
Corunna (oc), . . 10 
Decatur, .... 30 
Detroit, .... 250 
Dowagiac, ... 05 
Jfarmingtont (» . . 80 
Grand Rapids, . . 151 



1867-140 


1867-160 


1870—20 


- 25 


_ — 


1882—25 


1880-80 


1880-100 


. . 


1875-45 


1870— 60 


1862-40 


1873—10 


- 80 


• . 


1881—60 


1883-256 


1880-175 


. . 


- 70 


1866—26 


— . 


1868-110 


1862-226 



1870-^.$] 8,000 

Prop. 2,500 

Prop 800 

1881— 2,500 

1882-^. 12,000 



1866—10. 

1872—10. 

1881—^. 

1881— «<. 

1860—10. 

1852—10. 

1868—10. 



2,000 
2,000 
3,000 

75.000 
3,000 
1,600 

20,000 



8. H. Roblln. 



F. McAlpino. 
W. L. Gibba. 



L. 6. MoColleator. 



O. Flohrer, d J>. 



UNIVER8AL1ST REGISTER. 



35 



Pariahe*. 


Churches. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 














Preachers. 


Poat-ofBccs. Funiliefl. 


Org. 1 No. 


Orj;. No. 


Dates. 


Values. 




Grand Rapidi (ICIs- 












sioo) 23 


- - 


- - 


- — 


- 


0. Fluhrer, d.d. 


Hanover (oc.)t • • W 


- - 


1877— 


— — 


- 




HilUdaU 50 


1882—40 


187ft-50 


1880-*r.$ll,000 




Lamhertville (oc.)> 80 


186&— 24 


- - 


w. 


2.000 




Landing, .... 75 


- ~. 


1853—70 


1883— 6r. 


5,000 


W. F. Dickerman. 


Lapeer, .... 60 


1876-40 


1876—70 


1873—10. 


6, WW 


N. E. Splcer. 
W. L. Oibbs. 


Liberty, i, ... 25 


1882—54 


1876-60 


ISSl— ^^r. 


3,500 


Jianch€9tfr, ... 25 


1871—30 


187(^-20 


1850— J/7. 


2.000 


I. L. Caae. 


JfortAai/.i, ... 16 


- - 


1878—25 


1880— ^»r. 


5,000 
1,000 




Jfuskeaon, ... 35 
J^ew liudmm (oc), 25 


1862-38 


1883-34 


1866— JC. 


5,000 




1861—40 


. . 


1858— to. 


2,000 




Port Huron, . . . - 


— _ 


— _ 


lYop. 


800 


W. E. JackAon. 


Portland 70 


1864—60 


1856-50 


1855—10. 
Prop. 


5,000 
2,000 


W. 8. Goodell. 


Roche«ter, ... 45 


1861-35 


1861—70 


• — 


1,500 




Baginaw, .... 75 


— — 


181)0—91 


- br. 


20,0tK) 


A. Conklln. 


TtcumMeht ... 45 


1866—80 


1860—60 


1865— 6r. 
Prop. 


5,000 
2,000 


J. M. Otttchell. 


Wayne (<2or.), . . 15 


1865—30 


1865—30 


1863—10. 


1,000 




Tork^ i, .... 22 


~ ~ 


~ ~ 


1880— ^>r. 


3,000 




Totola— 29 . 1,487 


19-1.171 


24-1.556 


26— $223,600 





Minnesota. 

State Convention organized in 1866, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Session for 1891 at the Church of the 
Redeemer, Minneapolis ; Pres. — Hon. D. Morrison ; Vice- 
Pres, — C. Van Carapen ; Sec, — Rev. S. W. Sample, Minne- 
apolis ; Executive Committee — E. H. Herrick, F. T. Wilson, 
L. L. Bennett, R, Blakeley, G. W. Libby, J. C. Haynes, 
M. Richardson; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. L. G. 
Powers, Minneapolis {Chairman)^ Rev. M, D. Shutter, 
Rev. W. S. Pechin, Hon. Hiram Thornton, Mrs. W. S. 
Elkins ; Preacher oj Occasional Sermon — Rev. S. W. Sample. 
Funds, $550. 

Sunday-School Convention, — Pres. — Mrs. Seymour Van 
Cleve; Sec. — Miss Nellie S. Gregory, Minneapolis. 

Vice-Pres. Wtyman's Centenary Association — Mrs. D. A. 
Stockwell, Minneapolis. 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



FarlahM. 


Churche*. 


S. Schools. 


Church EdiflcM. 


Preach en. 


Port-ofRcca. Familief. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Albert Lea, ... 26 

Anoka, .... 60 

Amtin, .... 22 

Detroit 30 

Erceliior, 4, . . . 17 

Olenville 26 

Mlnneapolia, Ist, . 600 

Minneapolin, 2d, . 60 
Minneapolis, 3d, . 60 
Minneapolis, Swede, 40 
Owatonna, ... 60 
Rochester, ... 100 
Stillwater, ... 25 
St. Paul, .... 125 


187^-16 

1876—40 
188»-30 

1883—10 
1864-600 

1886-60 
1890—66 
1886—27 
1876—57 
1869-180 
1880—13 
1887—80 


1888— 

1867-138 

1870_«) 

1864-300 

1883-125 
1885-125 
1887—17 
1867—80 
1866-150 
1860—60 
1887—70 


1876-^. $800 
Prop. 400 

1872— M». 6,000 
Prop, 1,000 

1874— »r. 1,600 
IT. 1,000 

1888— •<. 100,000 

Prop. 10,000 
1888-6r. 30,000 
1886— w. 10.000 

1876— w. 
1876-*r. 16,000 
1870— «^ 15,000 
Prop. 1,200 


T. J. Reid, X J>. 

W. H. Harrington. 

J. H. Tnttle, d.d. 
and M. D. Shutter. 

B. W. Sample. 
L. G. Powers. 
A. Dellffren. 
W. F. Pechln. 
W. H. McGlanflin. 
W. H. Harrington. 
W. S. Vail. 


ToUle— 14 . 1,220 


12-1,068 


11-1,116 


10— $192,900 





Mississippi. 



No State organization. 



Parishes. 


Churches. 
OrR. No. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Pnachers. 


Posl-offlces. Families. 


Org. No. I Dales. 


Values. 




Curtis Jones Co., . 10 
mtta Yuma, . . - 
Webtttr, Wlnaton 
Oo - 


1889—36 
40 

46 


1889—10 
- 80 


1889-.!/,. $400 
w. 400 


J. W. Harraao. 


ToUls— 3 ... 19 


3—120 


2—70 


2— $800 





Missouri. 

State Convention, organized in 1868, meets at the call of 
Secretary. Pres, — M. V. Galbreath, Utica ; Ftce-Prea. — 
E. W. Fullerton ; Sec. — George Hastings, La Crosse ; 
TreoB, — Hon. S. M. Crawford, La Plata; Committee of 
Fellowship — Rev. L. J. Spencer, La Plata ; W. A. Bartlett, 
Hale ; L. C. Dale, La Plata ; Missionary Committee — L. C. 
Conger, Tina; C. T. Grimmett, LewisviUe; Job Dodson, 
Unionville. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



87 



Purishes. 



' Chiuchea. 



PiMt-oflieet. Famiiies. i Otg. No 



8. Schools. I Chureh EdiflcM. 



Org. I No. Date*. ; Values. 



Prcachen. 



Covinaton (oc), . 43 
Fairfield Sch.HoMe, - 
Glenunod, ... 80 
Goideborought . . 4 
Gould Farm, |, . - 
ITaneaM City (oc.), 20 
KingaviUe (oc.), . 
La Croae (m.), . . 15 
Marion Centre, h . 10 
MillertvilU, ... 20 
Morley {oc.), . . 8 
ICnrray, P. O. El- 
mer, 1, . . . .50 
St. PauV; Green 
Sidge, .... 4 

Tina, - 

WMUetfilU, ... 20 
WiUoufvaie (oc), . 10 
Xenia, Putnam Co., 10 


1886-63 
1887— 9 
1866—68 
1886—10 

- 12 
1874-80 

17 
1864-4MS 
1887—20 

1890—87 

1887— 9 
1887—18 
1886-45 

- 20 

- 14 


1886-70 
1888—20 


Prop. $600 
1867— w. 500 
1888— w. 1,500 

Un. 


S. Hall. 

R. P. Rayner. 

A. MlUer. 

L. J. Spencer. 
L. J. Spencer. 


Totals— 17 . . 244 


14—453 


2—90 


2— $2,600 


1 



Nebraska. 

State Conference organized in 1868. Pres, — Rev. E. H. 
Chapin, Lincoln ; Vice-Pres. — Rev. Q. H. Shinn, Omaha ; 
Bee. Sec. — Mrs. Ellen Stockton, Lincoln ; Cor. Sec. — Wm. 
H. Young, Omaha; Treas. — J. D. Russell, Tecumseh; 
Tru8. — Mrs. J. Ittner, Rev. E. H. Chapin, Mrs. Juliet 
Howe. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. K. A. 
M. Chapin, Lincoln. 



Parishes. 


Churches. 


8. Schools. 
Org. No. 


Church Edifices. 


PnpAipHera 


PosC-ofBees. 


Families. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Lincoln 45 

Marble Precinct, \, 6 
Omaha, .... 80 
Tecutneeh, ... 16 
York, I, .... 10 


1887—15 

1881—11 
1890—67 
1883—15 
1879-31 


1883—50 

1882—40 
1890—76 
1879—60 


1871— tr. $9,200 

Prop. 10.000 

1882-^0. 800 

Building. 
1882— w. 3,600 
1880— MJ. 1,700 


E. H. Chapin. 

Q. H. Shinn. 
A. Countryman. 
E. H. Chapin. 


Totale — 6 . .157" 


5-129 


4—225 

1 


4— $25,200 





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UKIVERSAXIST REGISTER. 



New Hampshire. 

The State Convention, organized in 1832, meets on the 
first Wednesday in October. Pres. — Hon. Joseph Kidder, 
Manchester ; Vice-Pres. — Rev. A. P. Rein, Concord ; Sec. 
— Rev. L. O. Williams, Claremont; Treas. — Dr. Hiram 
Hill, Manchester ; Trtia. — Mrs. Loretta Foster, Weare ; 
Hon. M. Hnmphrey, Concord; 6. L. Demarest, D.D., 
Manchester ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. W. H. Mor- 
rison, Manchester, Chairman; Rev. M. L. Cutler, Rev. W. 
H. Trickey, Hon. W. T. Parker, Charles Fairbanks. Session 
for 1891 will be held at Concord ; Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon — Rev. R. T. Sawyer. Convention Funds, $1,308. 

Young People* s Union, — Pres, — Arthur A.Blair, Man- 
chester ; Vice-Pres. — Carrie Marshall, Kingston ; Sec. — 
Belle S. Macduff, Claremont ; Treas. — Harry Russell, Clare- 
mont. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. C. A. 
Cnmmings, Nashua. 

Associations. — 1. Cheshire^ organized in 1824, meets 
on the first Wednesday in September. Session 1891 at 
Hinsdale. A. O. Adams, East Jaffrey, Clerk. 

2. Rockingham^ organized in 1824, meets on the second 
Wednesday in September. C. E. Cilley, Kingston, Clerk. 

The State Sunday-school Convention meets on the Tues- 
day before the State Convention. Pres. — Hon. Hosea W. 
Parker ; Sec. — Miss Belle S. Macduff ; Treas. — Miss Maria 
E. Kidder, Manchester. 

Fifth Annvxd Grove Meeting at Weirs, August 3-9, 1891. 



Parishes. 




Post-oflloet. Families. 


Alsteadf . . . 
Atkinton (oc.), . 


. 40 
. 2i 



Churches. 



S. Schools. 



Org. No. I Org. No. 



Church Edifices. 
Dates. I Values. 



IVwchcn. 



1878—16 



1888—60 
1877—22 



1842—10. $2,000 
1842— dr. 2,500 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



39 



Parishci. 


Charehea. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 














PrcAchen. 


Foat-ofllcei. FtunOIei. 


Org. No. 


Org. ! No. 


Dates. 


Values. 




BeBDlDstOD {oc.), . ao 
Berlin Falls, . . . 66 


. 










1189—16 


1886—74 


1887— M7. 


$4,000 


J. P. Eastman. 








Prop» 


400 




Centre Hftrbor, . . 12 


18S1— 6 


— — 


- . 


• 




CUremont, ... 120 


1832—81 


1836-122 


1883— 6r. 


12,000 


L. O. Wiltlama. 


Concord, .... 120 


1863—45 


1843-90 


ISiZ-br. 


26,000 


T. W. lUman. 


Oroydon, .... 24 


1852— 9 


1882—30 


to. 


1,500 




DoTer 105 


1883—66 


1883-142 


1883-*r. 


25,000 


R. T. Sawyer. 


Seet Jaffrey, . . 80 


1858—70 


1858—83 


1845— u>. 


8,000 


M. L. Cutler. 


XnJUld^ .... 37 


185(^—24 


- - 


1853— u>. 


2,500 




Oorham 60 


1889—16 


1887—60 


Prop. 


1,000 


B. K. Rum. 


HenniJUr,, ... 82 


— . 


1881—40 


1882— w. 


2,500 




Bintdale 50 


1874—24 


1873—60 


1875— w. 


7,500 


D. L. Flaher. 


Keene (dor.), . « 20 


1876—26 


— — 


— — 


- 




XenHngton {oc.), . 26 


- - 


1853—29 


w. 


2,500 




JTinffHaH, .... 60 


1878—20 


1858—60 


1879— w. 


7,000 




Mancheiter, . . . 276 


1842-210 


1844-150 


im^^—w. 


26,000 


W. H. Morrlaon. 


Marlboro,. ... 46 


1876-46 


1852—75 


1852— IT. 
/top. 


8,600 
2,800 


R. D. Towne. 


Marlow (oc), . . 20 


~ ~ 


1887—30 


1875— w. 

jyop. 


2,000 
1,100 




Jfaiihua, .... 290 


1836-228 


1837-195 


1880— 6r. 


30,000 


H. B. Smith. 


Newport, .... 40 


— — 


1862—35 


1836— dr. 


5,000 




No. Charleatown, i, 20 


— — 


. 


— — 


— 




Notttngham, |, . . 18 


1881—26 


1875—20 


1881— w. 
Prop, 


8,000 
2,000 




Plymonth, ... 86 


1884—15 


1882-70 


1884— *r. 


6,000 


T. Btratton. 


Ptrttmouth, ... 80 


1805—60 


1831-100 


1808— IT. 
Prop. 


10,000 
2,000 


If. R. Rose. 


BoehetUr,, ... 60 


- — 


1881—60 


Prop. 


100 




8o, KevDbury (oc), 26 


- - 


15 


— — 


- 




Bo. New Market, . 60 


1874—22 


1873—56 


1873— w. 


12,000 


W. H. Trickey. 


8o. Weare, ... 20 


— — 


. • 


Prop. 


800 




SuUon {oe.), ... 20 


• 


- - 


Prop. 


600 




Warner (dor.), . . 21 


- - 


- - 


- 


- 




Weare (oc), ... 20 


- - 


1866—88 


Un. 






Weira. - 


11 


• . 


. . 


. 




Wenttrorlh, \t . . 60 
W. CheeUrjield, . 60 


. . 


_ _ 


Un. 






• . 


1862—65 


1830— w. 


2,500 




Weatmoreland, (, . 25 


. _ 


1890-^6 


1838— dr. 


2.000 


J. L. Bcoborla. 


W. Romney (sum- 












mer), .... 85 


1877—16 


1877—65 


1834— IT. 


400 


W. R. IJbby. 


W.Swanzey (dor.), - 


— — 


. - 


1835— M>. 


2,0C'0 




Wtncheater, ... 46 


1840—26 


1839—50 


1795— MJ. 


4,000 
220,200 


D. L. Fisher. 


Total»-^40 . 2,129 


23-1,084 


29-1,900 


27- 1 





New Jersey. 

State Convention, organized in 1845, meets the second 
Wednesday in October. Tlie session of 1891 to be held at 
Newark. Pres. — J. J. Benedict, P'nglewood ; Vice-Pres. — 
C. F. Osgood, Hammonton ; Sec. — Rev. E. Morris, Hights- 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



town; Treas, — A. R. Hopping, Newark; Trus. — D. S. 
Williams, W. R. Norton, R. C. Washbarn, C. B. Smith, 
J. R. Norton, A. J. Newberry. Committee of Fellowship 
— Rev. Asher Moore, Hammonton ; J. H. Fairchild, Rev. 
G. W. Barnes. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. C. E. 
Charchill. Vice-Pres, Wovnan^s Centenary Association — 
Miss Mary Norton, Hightstown. 



pAriahes. 


Churchet. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Proachen. 


Port-offieef. Fandliei. ' Org. No. 


Oig. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Good Lack, ... 20 
Hammonton, . . 24 

HlgKtatown,. . . 50 

Jeney City^ ... 100 
JTewarkf . . *. .170 
Sparta (rfor.), . . 20 
Waretown, ... 25 


1867—83 

1872—85 
1862-170 

1867—26 


1886-^2 
1869-75 

1840—94 

1871-130 
1844-285 

1867—80 


I876__6r. $8,000 
1887— tr. 4,000 

Prop. 600 
1868—/^. 12.000 

/Vop. 5,000 
187-2— ftr. 16,000 
187»-*r. 75,000 

Prop. 17,000 
1809— to. 1,200 


G. W. Barnee. 
C. B. Churchill. 

E. Morrla. 

J. F. Thompeon. 

W. S. Crowe, D.]>. 

G. W. Barnes. 


Totala- 7 . '. 409 


4-864 


6—706 


6- $138,800 





New York. 
State Convention, organized in 1825, meets on the first 
Tuesday in October. Session for 1891 at Auburn. Pres, 

— Hon. C. H. Russell; Vice-Pres, — A. Saxe, D.D. ; Sec. 

— Rev. C. E. Rice, Utica ; Treats. — C. C. Terry, Hudson ; 
Trus. — Stevenson Taylor, Dr. A. B. Husted, Rev. D. M. 
Hodge, H. C. Adams, J. Y. Watkins. Funds, $57,870. 

Missionary Board — I. M. Atwood, D.D., Asa Saxe, D.D. 
J. Coleman Adams, D.D., Lyman Bickford, L. S. Freeman, 
C. C. Terry, Rev. R. E. Sykes. 

Committee of Fellowship — Rev. F. J. Chase, A. Saxe, 
D.D., L. S. Freeman, Rev. 0. M. Hilton, Rev. W. B. 
Randolph, George W, Townsend, J. D. Whipple. 

Sec. and Treas. New York Belief Fund — Henry C. Adams, 
504 W. 14th St., New York. Fund amounts to $46,500. 

Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. K. Mason. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 41 

Western New York Sunday-school Institute — C. N. Hem- 
iup, Geneva, President, 

Sunday-School Listitute of New York City arid Vicinity — 
L. Ames, Jersey City, Secretary. 

Vice-Pres. Woman^s Centenary Association — Mrs. U. C. 
Walker, Watertown. 

Associations. — 1 . Genesee^ organized as the Erie in 
1833, and name changed to Genesee in 1834, meets on the 
fourth Wednesday in Jane. Session for 1891 at Alexander. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. C. L. Haskell. 

2. Chenango^ organized in 1823, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. A. R. Fenner, Columbus, Clerk. 

3. Cayuga^ organized in 1823, meets on the first Wednes- 
day in June. ^ 

4. EUjLck Eiver^ organized in 1823, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Rev. L. Rice, Watertown, Clerk. 

5. St. Latvrenc€j organized in 1828, meets on the last 
Friday evening of September and the following Saturday and 
Sunday. Session for 1891 at Black Lake Church. Preacher 
of Occasional Sermon — A. B. Hervey, D.D. J. S. Lee, 
D.D., Canton, Clerk. 

6. Chautauqua^ organized in 1833, meets on the first 
Thursday and Friday in June. 

7. Otsego^ organized in 1834, meets on the third Wednes- 
day in June. Frank G. Jervis, Fly Creek, Clerk. Session 
for 1891 at Cooperstown. Preacher of Occasional Sermon 
— Rev. C. P.Hall. 

8. Steuben^ organized in 1834, meets on the third 
Wednesday in June. J. H. Stevens, Clerk. 

9. Ontario^ organized in 1834, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Myron F. Pierson, Seneca Castle, 
Clerk. Ses^ion for 1891 at Rochester. Preacher of Occa- 
9ional Sermon — Rev. E. B. Barber. 

10. Alleghany ^ organized in 1835, meets on the fourth 
Wednesday in June. Rev. F. M. Alvord, Friendship, C 



42 



UMIYERSALIST REGISTBR. 



Session for 1891 at Friendship. Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon — Rev. C. F. Dodge. 

11. Central J organized as the Western in 1806, name 
changed to Central in 1826, meets on the first Wednesday in 
June. Rev. A. H. Marshall, Madison, Clerk. 

12. Mohawk J organized as the ConstUiUioncU in 1826, 
name changed to Mohawk in 1828, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. B. W. Yale, Clerk. Session for 1891 
at Frankfort. 

13. Niagara^ organized in 1833, meets on the third 
Wednesday and Thursday in June. Session for 1891 at 
Clarendon. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. K. 
Mason. Fund, $4,054. 

14. Hudson River, organized in 1890. Meets quarterly. 
Rev. J. D. Corby, Troy, Clerk. 



Fariihes. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church £diiloet. 


Preachers. 


Post-offlcM. Fsmilies. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dstes. Values. 




4/tofi, 26 

Albany, .... 40 
Alexander (oc.), . 45 
AUica (dor.), . . 30 
Auburn, .... 120 

Bamea* Cora, (oc), 30 
Bftnua Point (oc), 10 
Blnghamton, . . 51 
Black Lake, i, . . 30 
Bowton, .... 40 
Braman*a Cora., . 21 
Branchport,, . . 20 

Bridgeitater, 4, . 30 
Brier Hill, 4, . . 20 
Bristol 87 

Brooklyn, Ist, . . 245 
Brooklyn, All 

tiouls 200 

Brooklyn, 3d, . . 40 
Brooklvn, 4th, . . 90 
Brooklyn, 6th, 

Prospect H«-ighU, 25 
BrotOfiaviUe. 4i > . 9 
Buffet lo, . . . .126 
Buffalo (Grace), . - 

Cambria, 4i • • • 20 


1870—12 
1885—51 
1842—30 
1873—15 
1835-200 

- 29 

12 

1890—32 

1883—18 

1874-60 
1867-60 

1873—22 
1878— 6 
1871—66 

1845-238 

1845-375 
1857-85 
1888—83 

1853— 9 
1835-40 


1886—20 
1870—78 
1889—90 

1840-160 

1890-46 
1867—85 
30 
1876—40 
1858—15 

1880—40 

1862-136 

1883-300 

1845-500 
1858-65 
1885-220 

1888—20 

1835-201 
1888—85 

30 


to. $1,000 
1888-6r. 18,000 
1883— to. 2,000 

Prop. 200 
1847-6r. 30,000 

Prop. 1,000 

1888-to. 2,000 

1844— to. 1,000 

to. 3,500 

1853— to. 3,000 

Prop. 4,000 
1833— to. 3,000 
I860— to. 1,500 
1861— to. e,ooo 

Prop. 2,000 
1884— 6r. 80,000 

1874— ftr. 80,000 
1890-10. 7,500 
1887 -&r. 18,000 

Prop. 260 
1853— 1,200 
1866-6r. 85,000 
1889-to. 6,000 

Prop. 300 ' 

1865 -ftr. 3,500 ' 

1 


T. O. Marvin. 

J. M.Bartholomew. 

J. P. CnrtisB. 
H.C. Munson. 

C. Legal. 

H. C. Munson. 

E. B. Barber. 

J. C. Adams, d.d. 

F. L. Masseck^ 
J. H. Taber. 

J. Taylor. 
K. Fink, D.l>. 
J. K. Mason. 
T. B. Payne. 

F. B. Peck. 



UMIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



43 



Fuishei. 



Ftoit-olllcea. 



FamiliM. 



Churches. 



Org, No 



8. Schooli. 



Org. No. 



Church Ediflc«t. 



Dates. Values. 



Preachen. 



Oantan, . . 
CedarvilU, . 
Okartoiie,. \ 

OSeero, . . . 
darendon, , 



115 
20 
10 
19 
45 
43 



Clifton Bprlngt, . 85 

Cliniont .... 52 

CbAocton (oc.)i« • 30 

Cold Brook, i. . . 25 
OolUemUU {dor.), 20 

Oolumbu$t ... 25 

Cbnenu, .... 25 

CoopentowD, . . 100 

Corfa 85 

Cortland,. ... 50 

OmcUnilU (dor.), 20 

Cuba 20 

DtzUr, I, . . . .27 

SdentoD, |, . . . - 

Sa^ Aurora, . . 25 

EddyoUU {dor.), . 10 

8dwardt(oc.)». . 80 

XUUburff, ... 50 
lUr HftTen (P. O. 

Albloa), ... 40 

Fairport (dor.), . 10 
JVirm«r Village {oc.),l% 

Fifi Oretk, ... 20 

Fort Plalo, ... 100 

Frankfort, |, . . 80 

Friendship, ... 33 

FuUon 40 

Oentoa, .... 25 

QraTesTiUo, I, . . 25 



Oreentoood, \, 
Groton, , . 

BdiahVa Cort., 
Hallesboro, |, 
Hammond, \, 
Hammonknt, 



i 



12 

40 

20 
30 
14 
15 



ffariford {oe.),. , 20 
ffend*r»on, ... 00 
Btrkimfr, ... 55 
ffolmemnile {dor.), 10 
ffawlat ffUl {dor.), 10 
BubbardtvilU, . . 35 



HadMO, 



96 



1851—86 
1877—22 

185^-42 

1867— ao 

1852—50 
1858-00 
1829—80 



1876-30 
1840—18 

1839—65 

1886-86 
1872—60 



1873—20 
1869—41 



1878—15 

1888—18 
1871—35 

1870—30 



36 
1859-43 

1876-220 
1860—35 
1867—50 
1849—45 
1877—28 



1870-125 
1876-35 

1867—35 

18t50-80 
1850—70 

1856-108 



20 
1880—38 
1868-40 
1839-70 

1883-40 
1889—50 



1870—60 
1867—63 



14 

1888-35 

1845—20 

1870—20 
186S— 20 



1858—45 
1882-65 



1873—12 

1886Un.70 
1872-50 

1888—85 



1885—35 

1833-150 
18.50—30 
1864-45 
1849—60 
1874-55 



1866— 
1889—70 

1870—30 

30 

1871—14 

1865—50 



1877-45 
1877—50 



\%2'—br. 
1870— u». 
1852— fr. 
18:^8— w. 
1862— IT. 
1837— *^ 

Prop. 
1853— jc. 

Prop. 
1872— *r. 

10. 

Prop. 
1876— w. 
1879— M>. 
1874— IT. 
1860— w. 

Prop. 
1883— »/J. 
1637— *^ 

Prop. 
1843— IT. 
1871-&r. 
1841— to. 



$7,000 
2,500 
2.000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,500 
1,400 
6,000 
3,000 

16,000 
3,000 
200 
8,000 
5,000 
6.000 

10,(X)0 
1,000 
3,500 

15.000 
3,600 
2,600 
8,000 
1,500 



1843— tr. 2,000 

U). 1,000 

1887-w.Un. 1,300 

1839—10. 2,000 



1886—50 
1817—77 



1880—35 
1830-130 



1834-«^ 

Prop. 
1883- w. 
18.V2— 10. 
1861—10. 

Prop. 
1833—10. 
1844—10. 
1865—10. 
1806— ftr. 
1834— 6r. 

Prop. 
\Uh-br. 

Prop. 
IS'iS— to. 
1843—10. 

Prop, 
to. 
to. 
1870— to. 
1886— to. 

Prop. 

Prop. 
18.^—1^. 

1882— ^>r. 
to. 



2,600 
2,400 
2,000 
3,000 
2,000 
1,.'>00 

20,000 
4,000 
3,500 

10,000 

4,000 

200 

4,100 

535 

1,800 
1,000 
1,500 
1 ,.500 
3.000 
2,500 
3«)0 
1,000 
3,000 
10,000 
8,000 



W. T. Stowe. 



F. C. AodrewB. 
T. Borden. 

O. M. Hilton. 



D. Ballon. 



I. E. Rider. 

E. Hathaway, 
U. Mitchell. 



R. Flak, D.D. 

H. C. MUQSOD. 



J. 8. Lee, d.d. 



E.A.Perry. 
D. Ballou. 
C. Palmatler. 



D. Ballon. 



T. E. Potter ton. 
U. C. MuDRon. 



1885— to. 

Prop. 
1867-i>r. 

Prop. 



4,000 

2,000 

40,000 

27,000 



S. O. Ihtnham. 
V. E. Toinlinion. 



44 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Parlthea. 



Poit-ofllcei. FamiUei 



>tt-oi 



Churchea. 



Oig. I No. 



S. Schools. 



Org. No 



Siime (dor.) I 
Muntinffton, . 



12 
37 



Indian FcUU, , . 20 

Jamettoion (dor.)i 10 

Java {oc.)t ... 40 

KellogtvilU Ctfor.)> 10 



Kendall (oc), 
KirkvilU (oe.),. 
Lm Centra (oc), 

Le Boy, . . . 

Leyden (oc.), . 

Little Fails, . . 

Lookport, . . . 

Macmod, . . . 

MadUont I, • • 

Madrid (oc,), . 

MaloMt . . . 

McLean, k, . > 

Mexico, \,. . . 

Middleport, . . 



MiddUvilte, . . . 
Minden, . . . . 

Mohawk, .... 
MonUcello (oc,), . 
Morrie, .... 

MoUville (fic.), . . 
J/<. Vernon, . . . 
Natural Bridge, \, 
Newark, . . . . 

Newport, . . . . 
Newtdlle^ \, . , . 
New York, 2d, . . 

New York, 3d,. 
New York, 4th, 



10 
10 
25 
20 

15 
100 
150 

56 

28 
23 
41 

100 
25 

120 

40 
20 

20 
25 
87 

15 
47 
40 
35 

30 
20 
65 

100 
235 



New York, 6th, . . 
New York Mission, 150 
Nichotvilte, . . . - 
N. Bloomfleld, . 



N. Brookfleld, i ,. 
N Litchjteld {oc.), 
N. Salem 



51 

30 
20 
30 



Nanda, .... 40 

Nyack, 36 

Olcott, 25 

Onconta, .... 88 

Orangeritle, ... 6 

Oswego 63 

Oxford 50 

Pavilion, .... 30 



1873-20 



1877-21 
1844—70 



1870—86 
1872-54 



1873-160 
1850-180 
1874—72 

1886-13 
1853—22 
20 
1889—37 
1868—30 
1876—63 

1868—85 

1878—18 

1829-45 

22 

1848-65 



1850—30 
1872—55 
1842-65 

1868—25 
1880—20 
1869—93 

1834-109 
1838-420 



1886—84 

1880—20 
1875—45 
1878—50 



1870—60 
1860—40 



1850-144 
1858—98 
1871-140 

1885-10 
40 
86 
1880—60 
1867—29 
1835-«8 

1868-82 
1856—80 



85 
45 



1876—90 
1875—45 
1842—55 

1885-25 
1880-75 
1869-143 

1846-150 
1838-340 



1874-74 



1859-250 



Church EdiiloM. 



Datea. yiluea. 



Freachen. 



I860— U7. $2,000 
1871— U'. 5,000 

Prop. 8,000 
1880— u;. 2,000 

Prop. 800 

w. 2,000 

w. 2,000 

1876— w. 1,000 

1824— rr. 4,000 

1860— *r. 4,000 

Prop. 6,000 
1870— U7. 1,500 
1868— frr. 25,000 
1843— «<. 11,000 
1873— u?. & br. 

10,000 
1821— w>. 
1842— ic. 
1847— M7. 
1845— tr. 
1871— tr. 
1843— «/. 

Prop. 
1888- 
1829— »r. 

Prop. 
1851— 6r. 



1855—64 



1832—40 1832-20 

1840-40 1858-50 
1872—33 



1842—10. 

Prop. 

to. 

1869— ?o. 

1870—10. 

1872— frr. 

I*rop. 

1843— *r. 

Un, 
1880— >9f. & hr. 

30,000 
1884— «^ 65,000 
1866— «<. & br. 

450.000 
Prop. 20,000 
Prop. 16,000 



4.000 
3,000 
5,000 
2,000 
6.000 

10,000 
6.000 
8,000 
6,000 
1.000 
4,000 
8.000 
1,200 
6.000 
1,000 
6,000 
3.000 

13,000 

600 

4,000 



1858-25 



1874—30 



1882—60 ; 1882—60 






1882—46 1 1877—50 
1837—50 1862—80 



1872— w. 

Prop. 

1847— »r. 
1847_,p. 

1868- to. 
Prop. 
1871-6r. 
1872—10. 
1858- 6r. 
1879 -to. 

w, 
1884— ^»r. 
1840— to. 

»o. 



6,000 
4,000 
3,000 

11.000 

10,000 
tt.CKW 

1.5,0U0 
7.600 
5.000 
4,000 
1.500 

13,000 
4,500 
3,000 



C. L. Haakell. 



R. B. Bykee. 
Q. W. Powell. 
I. W. McLaughlin. 

A. H. Marshall. 



W. A. Pratt. 

B. W. Fuller. 

G. Adams. 
If. K. Beigel. 

D. M. Hodge. 

E. C. Bollea, d.d. 

C. fi. Baton, d.d. 

J. Taylor. 
M. L. Hewett. 

T. B. Lathrop. 

,T. J. Brayton. 
•T. K. Johnson. 

F. B. Peck. 
C. P. Hall. 

W. B. Leavitt. 
Amanda Deyo. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



45 



Pwbhc*. 



FamUit 



ChuTche*. 



Ois. No. 



S. School*. I Church Ediflcea. 



Org. No. Dates. Values, 



Preachers. 



Perry, 



75 
80 



Phctnix (oc.), . 
Pierrtpont (oc), . 

ForiagevitU^, . . 15 

PbolvilUt A, ... 38 

Portland, \, ... 30 

Potsdam, • ... 90 

Ptttton {.oc,)t . . 12 
Redwood,!,. . . 

Richfield, i, . . . 20 

Richfield Springa, 50 

Ridgeway, ... 27 

Rochester, l9t, . . 175 

Roebeafcer, 2d, . . 70 

Rockdale {dor.), . 10 

Rome (oc.), . . . - 

Salamanca {oc.), . 10 

Salisbury Centre, . 12 

Samduoky (dor.), . 10 

Sehvyter*9 Lake, . 15 

Scipio, 75 

Sherburne, ... 40 

Sherman,. ... 55 

Smithville (dor.),, tf 

SomereilU (oc.), ^. 25 

S. Xdmeaton, \, . 4 

Soathold, .... 44 

SpeedvUU (dor.), . 10 

Spring/leld, ... 20 

StarkpilU (oc.), . 16 
St. JohnnitU (oc.), 20 

Stockton, .... 10 
Btoekholm Depot, 

Byracnae, .... 58 

TreDton Faila, 4, . 20 

Troy, ..... 70 

Tifner 25 

Upper Llele, ... 16 

UUca (Central), . 115 

Utlea (Ch. of Our 

Father), ... 60 
Van ffomwiUe (oc.) , 45 

Victor. 75 

ViUanova (oc.), . 90 

Watertown, ... 100 

Webwter 28 

Wewt HemrieUa, . 10 

Whii€tvHU, ... 86 
TorkaUre Cantre, (, 12 



Totala— 168 . 6,080 



1843-133 



1842—12 

1888—30 

2ft 

1876—04 



31 
1873—40 
1880—14 
1850-286 

1884—01 
1873—30 
1851—32 



7 

60 

1870—40 

1845—60 



1880—24 

25 

1878-30 
1876—14 
10 
1888—21 
1864—30 

1827-131 

1861—25 
1830-28 
1831-160 



1800-42 

1856-70 

1880-30 
1822-184 

1871—40 
1870—26 
1865—65 
1860-12 



125-7,060 



1840—09 



1885—54 
1840-100 



28 
1862-75 
1875—51 
1839-812 

1875-125 
1873-51 



70 
1878—35 
1874—80 

30 

1879—26 

- 82 



1888—40 
1861-87 
1890—20 
1838-160 

1875—30 
1841—60 
1850-160 



1889—70 

35 

1862-156 



- 160 
1871—74 
1864—75 



117-8,783 



1852— «?. $10,000 
Ptop. 3,000 



Un. 
1841— »c. 
1884— M>. 

Prop, 
1876-rt. 

Prop. 



1.300 
2,500 
2,500 
5.000 
10,000 
1,600 
1,000 



1833— «<. 
1835— to. 
1846-*r. 
Prop. 
1882— tr. 

Un 
1861— u>. 



w. 
1848— tr. 



1877— to. 

1867— w. 

w. 

1846-tr. 

Un. 
1835— u>. 

w, 

to. 

Un. 

Un. 

to. 

1888— to. 

1881— 6r. 

1830— to. 

1835—^. 

Prop, 

1855— to. 

1231—10. 

1851— ««. 

Prop, 



3,000 
4,000 
3,000 
40.000 
15,000 
7,000 

6,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,000 
5,000 
6,000 
2,500 
8.000 
2.000 
2,000 

4,000 
1,000 
2,000 



2,000 
3,000 

80,000 
3,000 

30.000 
1,200 
2,500 
1,500 

80,000 
2,500 



/Vop. 



2,000 
800 

I856-e>r. 10,000 
Prop. 4,000 



1852— 6r. 80,000 
Prop. 12.000 
1844— «^ 3,500 
1877— to. 3.000 
1859—10. 2,500 
1860-40. 1,000 



147— $1,813,685 



8, G, Dunham, 
F. B. Webiter. 



H. C. Manaon. 
C, Legal, 
8. R. ward. 
O. F. Alvord. 
A. Baze, d.d. 

F. J. Chase. 



D. W. Lamphear. 



J. H. Ballon. 



C. E. Pither. 
F. W. BettB. 

D. Ballon. 
J. D. Corby. 

Amanda Beyo. 

C. E. Rice. 

H. W. Smith. 
J. F. Lelaad. 

R. Flek, D.D. 



C. F. Dodge. 
I. K. Rlohardaon* 



46 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



North Carolijia. 

Wo Convention. Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Associa- 
Hon — Mrs. Julia E. Outlaw, Dover, Craven County. 



Pwishea. 


ChurchM. 


S. Schools. 


Church EdifloM. 


PiWMjhort. 


Poat^ffioM. 1 FuuUlet. 


Oi:K. No. 


Org. No. 


Datei. ValiMt. 




Outtaw*$ JMdffe, . 40 
JTintton^ .... 50 
Taylor' r Bridge^ . 60 


60 

- 92 

- 113 


Un. 26 

• 


- $400 

- - 200 

600 


D. B. Clayton. 
D. B. Clayton. 
D. B. Clayton. 


ToUli~3 . . 140 


3—265 


1—26 


3— $1,200 


• 



North Dakota. 

The First Universalist Parish of North Dakota was 
organized at Crystal, Pembina County, in 1889. Eighteen 
members. 

Ohio. 

State Convention, organized in 1826, meets t>n Thursday 
before the first Sunday in June, or at the call of the Trus- 
tees. Pres. — A. B. Tinker, Akron ; Vice-Pres, — Rev. J. 
H. Blackford, Eldorado ; Sec. — J. W. Henley, D.D., Foun- 
tain Park ; Treas. — W. D. Sibley, N. Lewisburgh ; True. 

— W. H. Slade, Rev. C. E. Nash, State Superintendent 

— H. L. Canfield, D.D., Bellville ; Committee of Fellowship — 
Rev. J. H. Blackford, Rev. A. WUlson, B. F. Beane, M.D., 
Eldorado, Sec. ; W. S. Cox, M.D., Miss Ida Sibley. Preacher 
of Ocoa^ondl Sermon^ 1891, — Rev. C. C. Conner. Perma- 
nent Fund, $20,000. Ministerial Relief Fund, $800. 

Woman's Missionary Alliance^ organized in 1889 ; Pres. 

— Rev. Abbie E. Danforth, Eeat ; Bee. Sec. — Miss Mame 
Scott, Milford ; Cor. Sec. — Mrs. Martha Moore, Stryker ; 
Treas. — Mrs. L. J. Canfield, Bellville ; Organizer — Miss 
Mary Grace Webb, Akron; Directors — Mrs. Carrie Nash, 
Akron; Miss Mary Grace Webb, Akron; Mrs. Elizabeth 
Thomas, Hamilton. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 47 

Young People's Christian Union^ organized 1890. Fres, 
— Dr. C. M. McLaughlin, Westville; Cor. Sec. — Miss 
Fannie Aastin, Akron; Bee. Sec, — Miss Edna Smith, 
Eaton; Trects. — J. D. Streeper, Columbus. Executive 
Board — The officers and Rev. C. E. Nash, Miss Martha A. 
Bortle, Carl F. Henry, Akron. 

The Ministerial Association — Pres. — H. L. Canfield, 
D.D. ; Vice-Pres. — Rev. Abbie E. Danforth ; Sec. — Rev. 
A. Willson. Meets on Tuesday preceding the session of 
the Convention. 

Sunday-School Convention^ organized in 1866. Pres. — 
Rev. C. C. Conner, Hamilton; Vice-Presidents — A. M. 
Blackford, Eaton ; Emma Ames, Rockland ; Cor. Sec. — Mrs. 
A. E. H. Clark, Akron ; Rec. Sec. — Mrs. Lillie M. Buckner, 
Leroy; Treas. — E. D. Smith, Blanchester. Meets on 
Wednesday preceding the session of State Convention. The 
fand of $1,000, and an additional contribution of $1,000, has 
been donated to the Permanent Fund of the State Conven- 
tion. 

" The Convention Circular^ " devoted exclusively to the 
interests of the church in Ohio, is published monthly, at 
twenty-five cents per year. Rev. Harry L. Canfield, Editor ; 
J. W. Henley, D.D., Fountain Park, Manager. 

Associations. — 1. Central^ organized in 1824, meets 
Thursday before the first Sunday in September. Clerk — 
Rose E. Belknap, Beech. 

2. Western Reserve^ organized in 1833, meets the first 
Saturday in September. Clerk — Rev. Andrew Willson, 
Ravenna. 

3. Miamiy organized in 1835, meets on the Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Sec. — Miss Lizzie W. Bacon, 
Wyoming, Hamilton County. 

4. Washington^ organized in 1834, meets Friday bef' 



48 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

the fourth Sunday in August. Clerk — Miss Caroline Curtis, 
Little Hocking. 

5. BaUou^ organized in 1842, meets on Friday before the 
fourth Sunday in September. Clerk — ^Mrs. Mattie Moore, 
Farmer's Station. Fund, $1,135. 

6. Oallia^ organized in 1845, meets Friday before the 
third Sunday in August. Clerk — Nellie Dages, Galliopolis. 

7. Huron^ oi^anized in 1841, meets Friday before the 
third Sunday in May. 

8. Montgomery^ organized in 1840, meets on Thursday 
before the second Sunday in October. Clerk — I. S. Wen- 
ger, Wileys. 

9. Murray, organized in 1836, meets Friday before the 
last Sunday in August. Clerk, Mrs. £. S. Bissell, Chagrin 
Falls. 

10. North Western, organized in 1860, reoi^anized 1888, 
meets Friday before the last Sunday in August. Clerk — 
G. W. Hay ward, Lyons. 

11. Scioto, organized in 1842, meets Friday before the 
first Sunday in May. Clerk — J. Tener, Sinking Spring. 

12. Winchester, organized in 1842, meets at the call of 
the officers. Clerk — S. Darrow, Fountain Park. 

Official List of Ministers in Fellowship — G. S. Abbott,* 
T. P. Abell, W. S. Bacon, A. K. Deem, J. H. Blackford, 
F. F. Buckner, Carrie W. Brainard, S. Crane, D.D., S. P. 
Carlton, O. Cone, D.D., Henry L. Canfield, D.D., Harry L. 
Canfield, John R. Carpenter, N. Crary, W. F. Crispin, Mrs. 
A. E. Danforth, Alfred Day,* E. Dick,* G. L. Fortney, 
J. W. Henley, D.D., S. Hovey,* E. L. Jacobs, T. H. 
Johnson,* W. M. Jones, J. W. McMaster, C. E. Nash, 
N. B. Quackenbush, J. F. Rice, J. Richardson, W. D. Ship- 
man, A. Willson, W. Tucker, D.D. 

Licentiates — Miss Heilrietta G. Moore, O. L. Wales. 

•SaperannoAted. 



UlilVERSALIST REGISTER. 



49 



ParishM. 



Churches. 



Foat-office«. 



Funilies. I Org- No. 



8. School*. 



Oig. No 



Church Edifice*. 



Dates. Values. 



FMaehcn. 



Adriatit .... 20 

AkroD, 800 

Aider Chapel, \, . 20 

(P. O., W. Oaoaan.) 

Attica (m), . . . 35 

jRainbridge (oc), . 17 

(P. O., BiiMli.) 

BtllvilU,\, ... 30 

Belpre, 1st, |, . . 24 

(P. O. Roekland.) 

Belpre, 2d, i, (P. 21 

O.LIt.HoeklDg.), 

Meme^ 10 

(P. O. Wakrap.) (m.) 

Mewrly - 

BlancAestert |, . . 05 

MrimJUld, it ' « • 31 

BryaD, 40 

- - — - . 20 

. 10 

. 26 

. 15 
. 100 

. 50 

. 25 

. 17 

. 22 



Bunker Bill,. 
CdUdonia, |, 
Omyicf^n, 1, 
Gentr^ld, 
Ondnnati, 
Cblumbiu, 
OonoveTf . 
Cuba (m.), 
Clyde, . . 
Dayton^ . 

Dudley 40 

Dmnhatnt . ^ . . - 
Eaton, 4. . r . . 50 
Fairfield (P. O., 

Layman, m.), . 17 
Fairmont (m.), . 80 

Farmer*9 Station 

(m.). 20 

/Yin/, 1 26 

Friendehip (P. O. 

WHey»«5. ... 6 

Frocta, 1, .... 23 

OaUipotie, ... 15 

Ooehin 

HamUtoo,. ... 64 

Havana, |, ... 18 

Huntington, i. . . 16 

JeffersoDvllle (m.), 15 

Jersey, i, .... 34 

KeDt, 00 

ta Cfrange, .... 

London, .... 22 

Lower Salem, |, . 81 

LvonSt i, .... 40 
Monroe (P. O., Bl- 

dorado), |, . . 60 
MarffareUa (P.O., 

Caatalia), ... 25 



12 

1872-350 

41 

1860-«7 
35 

1842-81 
1827— «8 



1854-21 
1857—19 

1850-171 
1866—31 
187a-«) 
1855—35 
1867—45 
1868—40 
1870—35 
1827-260 
1833—75 
1868—10 
1868—10 
- 57 

187»— 75 

1872—68 

1867—30 
1888-<80 

1867—47 
1871—52 

1872— 6 
1879—37 

1848—25 
1848-15 
1867—38 
1881—36 
1858-33 
1858—25 
1839—88 
]866<100 
1861— 8 
1860—23 
1861—87 
1807—60 

1849-100 

1862—25 



1869— 

1872-370 

1880—60 

1861—90 



1852—75 
1834—51 



1878—29 
1864—19 



1852-100 
1866—35 
1871—70 
1856—25 
1867—50 
1888—25 
1872—40 
1827-100 
1844—75 



1887-60 

1868-38 
1888—60 



64 
1871—76 

1864—18 
1881—71 



1867—52 
1884—47 
1869—82 

1839-105 
1866-150 

1890—30 

1864-109 

- 125 

1868-100 

1883—65 



1862— «o. $800 

1879— &r. 50,000 

br. 900 

1860-*r. 2,000 

1879— w. 1,600 

1859— w. 1,000 

1834— U7 800 

Prop. 200 

1854—10. 300 



1880—10. 

v>. 

1860— *r. 
1869— CO. 
1876— 6r. 
1855— IT. 
1867— «>. 
1860—^. 

JnTop, 

187a-*r. 

• hr, 
1844— to. 

Prop, 

1877—10. 
1870-*r. 

to. 
1884— to. 
Prop. 

br. 
1871— *r. 



800 

800 

6,000 

2,000 

10,000 

1,500 

2,000 

3,000 

4,000 

40.000 

13,000 

2.500 

2,500 

1,700 

1,300 

1,600 

700 

8,000 

1,500 

2,000 

100 

2.500 
2,000 



1881—10. 1,000 

Prop. 160 

1860—^. 3,000 

br. 1.000 

Building. 

10. 2,000 

1878—10. 1,600 

1874— 6r. 2,000 

1888—10. 2.500 

1868— *r. 

to. 
1876— «»r. 
1861— to. 



10. 



17,000 

700 

8,000 

1.500 

1,800 



1869—^. 3.000 
to. 2,000 



C. B. Nash, D.D. 

A. K. Beem. 

B. Crane, d j>. 



N.R.Qaackcnbnib. 
Carrie W.Bralnard. 



Carrie W.BraiDard. 
O. L. Fortney. 



Abble B. Daoforth. 
E. D. Jacob*. 

Harry L. Canfleld. 
W. Taeker, d.d. 



W. M. Jonee. 
J. Riohardton. 

J. F. Rloe. 

O. L. Fortney. 



O. L. Fortney. 
N. Crary. 



W. S. Bacon. 
Harry L. Canfleld. 

CarrieW.Bralnard. 



C. C. Conner. 
J. F. Rice. 

J. W. Henley, d.d. 
N.R.Quackenbusb. 
AbbieB.Danforth. 



CarrieW.Bralnard. 
Harry L. Canfleld. 

J. H. Blackford. 



50 



UNIYBRSALIST REGISTEB. 



FuiahM. 



Fkmlliei. 



JfaMon, I, . . . .40 

McOmMUtfoUU; . 20 
Miami OUy (P. O. 

Aleony), ... 16 

Middleport (m.), . 25 

Mllfopd 22 

Jit, OarnMl, ... 20 

Ml, GiUad, ... 80 

Jfew ffdven, ... 60 

New MadUon, I, . 60 

Jfcw ParU, I, . . 41 

Newtoum, .... 20 

Mew Way,. ... 20 

JVoniwfifc. I, . . . eo 
0/iM^rancA(P.O., 

HiDklQg SpriDg), 8 
(Mm<<Mi(P.O.Ooe 

Rl<i8e)i4i ... SO 

Oxford 10 

PalntiM (P. O., 

Germna), 4, . . 00 

Parkxnant . . . - 

Ptru, \, .... 20 

Phari^wrg, ... 9 

Flain City, |, . . 67 

PtaUmilUt . . . - 

Pricetmon, ... 10 

Raveona, .... 46 

Reynoldsburg, |. . 12 

RidgeviUe.l, . . 

Rutland (m.), . . 10 

Sharon Centre, . . 19 

SharonvUie, ... 
Springboro, (, . .26 

Bpringfleld, I, . . SO 

St. I\irit, .... 6 

Seryker, 4, ... 30 

UpperSaadusky,!, 21 

VniopolU. . . . ~ 

Vincent, |, ... 16 

Watertown (m.), . 24 
Wesfcfleld (P. O. 

Le. Roy), . . . S5 

W€ttvilU,i, ... 45 

WoodMtock, ... 100 

Windwr, .... 20 

WiUoughby, ... 20 



ChurebM. 



Org. No. 



S. Sehooli. 



Off. No. 



Church EdlllcM. | 



DatM. 



TaluM. 



Total!— 88 . 2,022 



1835-120 
180O--6O 

1877—32 
1867—00 
1889—36 
1864—00 
1861—74 
1870—38 
1870-100 

1864—86 
1869—46 
1867—64 
1870-100 

1838—26 

1870—87 
1867—16 

1868-106 



1838-100 
1870-^44 
1842-100 
1877-106 
1861—22 
1877—80 
1848—26 
1846—12 
1867—30 
- 83 
18 
1866-M 
1867-100 

1877—48 
1880—40 



1867—16 
- 88 

1838-85 

1877-108 
1842—76 
186&-80 
1860—26 



82-4,863 



1846—75 
1866— 

- 28 
1890—30 
1888—70 
1864—70 
1861—76 
1868— 
1809—70 

1887—40 
1858—60 
1860-46 
1864-132 



1870-100 
1809-140 



1838-60 
1863-80 



1877—66 
1888—80 
1868—25 
1880—26 



1840—38 
50 

62 
188&-80 



- 36 

185^-60 

1877—70 
1866-100 



63-4,150 



183^-40. 


$2,000 


6r. 


2,000 


1878-6r. 


8.000 


br. 


2,000 


18e7-ftr. 


2,600 


1862-10. 


2,000 


Prop. 


100 


1875—10. 


2,600 


Ptop. 


150 


1875—10. 


2,500 


188»-ftr. 


2.000 


1844— to. 


1,600 


1871-*r. 


10,QQp 



1864— dr. 2,000 

1847—10. 2,500 
1842—10. 1,000 



1869— «o. 
Prop. 



1840-co. 



1,000 
160 
600 

2,000 



184a-&r. 
1877—10. 
1861— 6r. 
1843—10. 

10. 

br. 
1840—10. 
1844-40. 

br. 

br. 
Prop. 

br. 

1878— &r. 
br. 
1869—10. 
1870—10. 

1842—10. 

Prop. 

1877— 6r. 



7,000 
1,200 
1,500 
1,500 
1,200 
1,000 

500 
2,000 
1,800 
1,500 
4,000 

800 
5.000 
6,000 
6,000 

800 
1,200 

1,600 

600 

8.000 

8,000 

800 



80-t308,860 



Fraachera. 



J. W. Henley, d.d. 
John R. Carpenter. 
John R. Carpenter. 
J. F. Oamey. 

H. N. Brown. 



John R. Carpenter. 
8. Crane, d J>. 

J. F. Rioe. 
S. P. Carlton. 
8. Crane, d.d. 



A. Wllleon. 
N.R^ackenbnah. 

J. W. Henley, d j>. 



W. P. Crispin. 

E. D. Jaeobe. 

J. W. Henley, d j>. 



Q. L. Fortney. 
F. F. Bnckner. 

A. K. Beam. 



UNIYER8ALI8T REGISTEB. 51 



Oregon. 

State Conventioiiy organized in 1874, inolades the minis- 
ters and churches in Oregon and Washington. It meets on 
Thursday following the first Sunday in June. Pres. — Rev. 
A. J. Wigle, Harrisburg ; Vtce-Pres. — Jennie Brown, 
Eugene City; Treas. — A. Condra; Sec. — J. C. Cooper, 
McMinnyOle ; Fellowship Committee — Rev. A. J. Wigle, 
Rev. W. H. Nosier, John Archibald, A. Brown, J. W. 
Wigle. 

Vtce-Pres, Woman' 8 Centenary Association — Mrs. S. A. 
McAlister, Albany, Oregon. 

Parishes or missions at Albany, Coquille City, Oregon 
(Linn County), and McMinnville ; preacher, W. H. Nosier. 



Pennsylvania.. 

The State Convention, organized in 1832, meets the second 
Tuesday in June. Session for 1891 at Scranton. Pres. — 
Hon. Edward G.Lee; Vice- Pres. — Hon. C. S. Russell; 
Sec. — Rev. F. A. Bisbee, 1620 Master Street, Philadelphia ; 
Treas. — George C. Thomas, Germantown, Philadelphia; 
Committee of Fellowship — Rev. O. R. Beardsley, Hopbot- 
tom ; Rev. A. Titus, Towanda ; Rev. E. E. Bailey, Mans- 
field; S. B. Eldridge, Jas. H. Webb; Trus.—E. C- 
Sweetser, D.D., Rev. James Shrigley, George R. Frill, 
Chas. S. Lincoln, G. R. Bonsai, J. W. Howard, Frank 
Pierce, Wm. H. Hart, Jr., E. M. Tiffany ; Historian — Rev. 
James Shrigley. Permanent Fund, 14,928 ; Special Fund, 
7,739. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Associa>tion — Mrs. Marion 
Yager, 1802 Sharswood Street, Philadelphia. 



52 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTEB. 



Associations. — Susqtiehanna^ oi^anized in 1835, meets 
the Wednesday following the first Monday in September. 
Session for 1891 at (Benton) Fleetville. Preacher of Occa- 
sioned Sermon — Rev. O. R. Beardsley. Clerk^ S. B. 
Eldridge, Brooklyn. 

Lake Erie^ organized in 1838, meets the fourth Wednes- 
day in June. Session for 1891 at Linesville. Preacher oj 
Occasional Sermon — Rev. M. H. Houghton. Clerky Effie 
L. Shipman, Girard. 

North Branchy organized in 1842, meets the Wednesday 
and Thursday preceding the first Monday in September. 
Clerky L. T. Hoyt. 

Philadelphiay organized in 1829, meets at the call of the 
officers. Clerky Rev. 6. W. Kent, Reading. 



Farishei. 



Foft-oflloet. Fkmlllw. 



CharehM. 8. Schools. 



Org. No. 



Oig. No 



Cihoreh EdificM. 



DtttM. ValiMi. 



AUenport (oe ), 
Athent,. . . . 



Bradford (oc.)i • 
BrooRlyn, . . . . 

Oambridge [dor.)^ 
Clifford (oc), . . 
Conneautvllle, . . 
Oorry {oc.)t . . . 
DawMn^ . . . . 
Eatton (<tor.)i • • 
Srie 



Fleetville t . . . 

Oibeon (oc.)i . 

Oirard (oe.)f « 

Hopbottom, . . 

Keepvllle (<tor.)f 

Lenox villei . . 

Linesville, . . 

Litchfield, I, . . 

Mansfield, . . 



10 
05 

20 
60 

15 
20 
43 
20 
8 

20 
50 

20 
25 
20 
40 

9 
20 
86 

20 
36 



Meehoppen {dor.),' 10 
Montroae, .... 10 
New Mllford, 4, . 15 
Nicholson, ... 80 



- 10 
1871—56 

1875—16 
1868—61 

187fr-15 
1874—15 
1843—72 
ISn— 70 
12 

1844—65 

1886-32 

1869—20 

60 

1860-82 

1870—22 

1876—53 

1881—19 
1881—78 



1887—12 
1887— 2 
1877—72 



1871—85 

1854—70 
1870-40 
1852—61 

1844—70 

1866—50 
25 
50 

1860-100 



1871-117 
1882—60 



1874—44 






1860-40. 

Prop. 
1856—10. 
1874— to. 

Prop. 
1852-40. 
1847_to. 

1851— to. 
Prop. 



$2,000 
1,000 
4,000 
8,000 
2,000 
1,500 

800 
2,000 

200 



Prop. 6,000 
1843—10. 10,000 



to. 
1842-10. 

1860—10. 
Prop. 



2,000 
S.000 
2,000 
4,500 
300 



1887— fo. 
Prop. 



4,000 
600 



1882--to. 
Prop. 
to. 
1842-10. 



8,000 
1,500 
1,000 
2,000 



1876—10. 8,600 



A. 0«tty. 

O. R. Beardsley. 

C. P. Nash. 

A. Oetty. 

0. A. Knioker* 
bocker. 

O. R. Beardsley. 



J. H. Amies. 
C. P. Nash. 



Emma B. Bailey. 

A. O. Warren. 
O.R. Beardsley. 



UNIYEBSALI3T REGISTER. 



63 



FwiahM. 


Chnrchei. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifloct. 














fVaartinf 


Foai-oiBoM. Funlllea. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. 


Values. 




Orwell mu {dor.), 8 


«a ^ 


^ ^ 


1854—10. 


$1,000 




Philadelphia, let, - 


- - 


- - 


Prop. 


20.000 




Philadelphia, 2d, . 140 


1822-161 


182&-181 


1872— rf. 
Prop. 


30,000 
8,000 


F. A. Bisbee. 

1 


Philadelphia, Ch. 












of Memiah, . . 170 


1850-353 


1851-186 


1890— «<. 
Prop. 


170,000 
17,500 


E.0.8weet8er,D.D. 


PitUbnrgh, ... 38 


1880-^0 


- 


- - 


— 


W. 8. WUHama. 


Reading, . . . 


. 120 


1852-174 


1851-210 


1890-^. 


28,000 


O. W. Kent. 


Salteburg, . . 


. 10 


186^-20 


- 


1869— M7. 


1,500 


A. aetty. 


Scranton, . . . 


. 35 


1888—35 


1887—40 


\e. 


4,500 




Sheehequin, }, . 


. 15 


1880—20 


lg30-_45 


w. 


3,000 




SharpwUle, . 


. . 21 


1876—49 


1875-47 


1884-6r. 


16,000 










Prop. 


7,500 




8mithion,kt ... 36 


1874-60 


1870—75 


w. 


4,000 


S. HoQgh and A. 
Getty. 


Springfield Centre, 1,20 
Standing Stone (oc.),20 


1881—30 


1882—30 


w. 


1.000 




25 


60 


w. 


2,000 




Sumfuehanna^ . . 20 


1888—16 


1872-76 


IS12— to. 


10,000 




Sytsania, 4, . 
Tidioute^ . . . 


. . 16 


-. . 


- — 


to. 


3,000 




. . 36 


1874—60 


1870—76 


i87a-»/j. 


4,000 


L. B. Crosley. 
M. H. Hougnton. 


ntuevOle, . 


. . 60 


1865—84 


1860—90 


1865— 6r. 


_ 


Towanda, 


. . 00 


1877-109 


1877-110 


1876— 6r. 


12,000 


A. Titua. 


Troy, . . . 


. . 12 


1884—26 


1883—24 


1884—11;. 


4,500 




Dhfeeee, . . 
Weatfield, . 


. . 8 


1887— 5 


- - 


Prop. 

1888— i^-. 


200 




. . 12 


1887—21 


1887—20 


4.000 


F. M. Alvord. 


WelUburg (oc.) 


, . 35 


40 


1887—30 


to. 


2,500 




W. Springfield{oc.), \b 


12 


mm ^ 


br. 

1 


2,500 




Totale--47 . 1,622 


41-2,209 


27-2,061 


, 36— $421,500 

1 





Rhode Island. 

The State Convention, organized in 1838, meets the first 
Wednesday in June. Pres. — Hon. L. W. Ballon; Vice- 
Pres. — K. I. Cushman, D.D. ; Sec. — H. W. Rugg, D.D., 
Providence ; Treas. — Hon. Olney Arnold, Pawtucket ; Com- 
miUee of Fellowship — H. I, Cashman, D.D., Rev. C. J. 
White and Wm. E. Whiting ; Trm, — A. A. Presbry, Rev. 
C. J. White, Arthur H. Metcalf, C. E. Carpenter, A. D. 
Vose and W. O. Cornell. Permanent Fund, $4,403 ; 
Clergymen's Relief Fund, $507. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Nancy 
Holmes, Providence. 



54 



UNIYEB8ALI8T REGISTER. 



FarichM. 


Chnrehei. 


8. School*. 


Church Edlfloet. 


Prtadun. 


Poat-oflott. 1 Funlllw. 


Ois. No. 


OiS. 1 No. 


Datea. ValuM. 




BnrriUyllle, ... 20 
Camberland(m.), . 15 
BaatProTldenoe, . 58 

Gkorglaville, ... 80 
J9br^Swan»ey{dor.), - 
Pawtucket, ... 145 
Providence let, . .215 
Providence, Ch. of 
Mediator, . . .170 

Providenoe, Ballon, 30 
Valley Fal Lb, . . . 42 
Wooneocket, . . 183 


1888—12 

1888-^7 

1888-28 

1858-168 
1823-241 

1840-240 

1885-30 
1885—33 
1843-250 


1888—12 

20 

1881-111 

188&-30 

1826-360 

1848-800 

1885-84 

1866-110 
1840-381 


1887— fo. $18,000 
1873—10. 3,000 
188^-40. 8,000 

Prop. 1.000 

1885—10. 6,000 
1878—10. 1,500 
1868—10. 40.000 
1872-^. 120,000 

1800-^. 65,000 
Prop, 2,000 
1888— to. 1,200 
1886—10. 8,500 
1840-^0. 25.000 
Prop, 14,500 


If. Goodrich. 
W. B. Gaekin. 
G. 8. Weaver, d.d. 

R. Bddy, D.D. 

F.W.Hamilton. 
H J. CnahmaD,D.D. 

H. W. Rngg, D.D. 

R. Eddy, D.D. 
W. B. Gaskln. 
0. J. White. 


ToUl»-H . . 917 


0—1,034 


10-1,715 


11— $308,700 





South Carolina. 

No Convention, and has but two parishes: Feasterville, 
ten families, sixty church members, twenty-five in Sun- 
day-school ; church edifice of wood, valued at $600 ; D. B. 
Clayton, preacher. Chappells, Newberry County, thirteen 
families, forty-one church members, thirty in Sunday- 
school, church edifice of wood, valued at $600;, Thomas 
Chapman, preacher. 

South Dakota. 

Of the parishes at Yankton and Sioux City we have no 
recent information. 

Tennessee. 

There are several places in this State where there is occa- 
sional preaching, but only one organization is reported: 
Free Hill, with twenty church members; church edifice 
valued at $750; occasional services are conducted by 
WUliam HcUe^ 3f.Z>., and A, C, Bowers^ lay preachers. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



55 



Texas. 

State Association organized in 1889. Pres, — Rev. James 
Billings; Viee-Pres. — H. E. Conger; Sec, — Rev. J. K. 
Street, Waco ; Treas. — Daniel Pingree ; Trua. — C. Garrett, 
M. O. Gleason, Rev. J. M. Wright. Committee of Fellow- 
ship — Rev. James Billings, Rev. A. G. Strain, E. D. 
Conger. 

Vice- Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. J. S. 
Dewey, Sipe Springs, Comanche County. 



FlariahM. 



Foat-olBeet. Funilic*. 



Churehfli. 



Off. No. 



S. SchoolB. 



Ofg. No. 



Church Edifloes. 



Dstc«. Value*. 



PreMhert. 



Bend, .... 
BlADket, I, . . 

ClsrkAvUle (oe.), 

Comaoebe (m.), 
DsUm (oeO» 
Bastland Co. 
Smory,. . . . 
FarmersTilto, . 
TIsb Creek, . . 
€hirden Valley (oe. 
OrapeUnd (oc.)» 
mco, .... 



(oc.) 



6 
18 



& 
8 
6 

). - 



Meridian, |, . 



IContagoe Springs 
(oe.) 



16 



16 



Rockdale (oeOi • • 
Williamson Co., . 



Totals— 16 . . «7 



1882—25 

1884—20 

18gO— 16 

1887—20 

1800—10 

1890— 

1884—35 

1890—14 

1887—18 

1884—25 

1886—25 



1886—26 



1890-8 

1876—50 
1885—60 



15— 846 



1888— 5 



1884—80 
1888—30 



1887—26 



1884—6 



6— 146 



JYop. $600 



188»-ii;. 



Prop* 



2,600 
300 



1— 



$3,400 



P. B. McOoury. 

Mitt DunatDay and 
/. P. Black, 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill- 
ings. 

/. P. Black, 

J. Billings. 

W. IT. Motet. 

J, M, Wright, 

A. G. Strain. 

J. Billings. 

J. Billings. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill. 

ings and /. P, 

Black, 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill- 
ings and /. P, 
Black, 

J. Billings and /.P. 

Black. 
J. B. Dunbar. 
J. O. Lawbom. 



Vermont. 

The Universalist Convention of Vermont and the Province 
of Quebec, organized 1833, meets on the last Wednesday in 
Angust. Place of meeting left to the Executive Committee. 



56 



UNIYERSALIST RBQISTEB. 



Pres.—A. T. Foster, Derby Line; Vice-Pres. — Gr. W. 
TUden; iSec— Rev. S. A. Parker, Bethel; 2Vea«.— Wil- 
lard Chase ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. E. W. Pierce, 
Wilmington ; Rev. F. W. Whippen, Mrs. L. M. Smiley, J. 
J. Burgess, Prof. Charles Dole; Trus. — Rev. J. F. Sim- 
mons, Rev. E. Smiley, E. J. Whitcomb ; Preacher of Occa- 
sional Sermon — Rev. F. W. Whippen ; alternate^ Rev. F. 
W. Sprague. Permanent Fund, $1,653. 

Young Peoples' Union — Pres, — Rev. Henry L. Thorn- 
ton, Northfield ; Vice-Pres. Gnitherson, Rutland ; 

Sec. — Rev. F. C. Priest, Derby Line; Treas, — Ernest J. 
Flagg, Richmond; Executive Board — Miss E. L. Rogers, 
Guy Barker, Rev. S. A. Parker. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. L. M. 
Smiley, Richmond. 

Associations. — 1. Nortliern^ organized in 1804, meets 
the third Wednesday in June. Rev. J. A. Seitz, West Con- 
cord, Clerk. 

2. Green Mountain^ organized in 1829, meets the second 
Wednesday in June. Rev. J. P. Marvin, Clerk. 

3. Champlain^ organized as the Lamoille in 1833, name 
changed to Champlain in 1837, meets the third Wednesday 
in June. Rev. E. Smiley, Richmond, Clerk. 

4. Central J organized in 1848, meets the first Wednesday 
in June. Rev. S. C. Hay ford, Montpelier, Clerk. 

5. Windham and Bennington^ organized in 1834, meets 
the second Tuesday in June. J. S. Cutting, West Brattle- 
boro*. Clerk. 



Fftrlches. 



Poft-ofHces. 



Families. 



Bamard,{oc.), . . 30 

Barre 150 

Bellows Falls. . . M 



Churehe*. 8. Schooli. 



Org. No. 



Oig. No. 



1874—17 


184&— S5 


1867-182 


1840-320 


1880—60 


1870-130 



Chnrch EdiflOM. 



Datct. 



ValuM. 



1846—10. $4,000 

1862—10. 16,000 

1880— to. 12,000 

l*rop. 2,000 



FfMchcn. 



W. Dole. 

J. F. BboadM. 



UNIVERSALIST R£GIST£K. 



57 



FwriOu 



FunUiet. 



BerkMhirt (oc.), . W 

B«lhel, 30 

Bnttleboro, % . . 200 

OcUaUioc.), ... 85 

OnendUh, ... 20 

Charter, 4, ... 86 

l>er^ Line, ... 50 

^cutSamardioe,), 25 

EMtBetheM. ■ • 40 

iBu^OifoJcCoc.). . 30 
Jtaai and jrorthMont- 

peiierioc.), , . 60 

BMt Randolph, J, . 20 



JBteex (oc.), • . 
FetehviUe (oc.), 
JTUtchfTt J, . . 

Glover,' 
Oollfo 



'« » • • • 
rd, 4, . . 



^emon, |, 
Vait^/Md 



WaeMngton,\t • 
Wella (oc.), . . 



14 
40 
20 
35 
32 
82 



Bancock, |. ... 15 

ffarUand (oc.), . 40 

BUAeburg {dor,)t . 12 

JackaonTlUe,'. . . 25 

Jericho (oc.), . . 15 

LudtaWt , , . . 4n 

LvndonvUU,, . . 40 

MarthJUld, ... 46 

MorrievUle, ... 50 

Korthfield, ... 70 
Ihrth Tunhridge 

{oe.) 80 

Orange id9r.)t .. . 15 

PUMiifi^€id{oc,), . 85 

Putnegt .... 50 

Rtehmond, ... 40 

Boekeeiert. ... 70 

Roxburvt it ... 26 

Rntland, .... 80 

Sadawga (oc), . 90 

Sharon {dor.), . . SO 

SKoreham, 4« • • SO 

Shrewebwif {joc.), . 30 

So. StraJMl {oc.), 20 

So. Woodstock, 4, 
flpriogflald, . . 
8t. Albans, . . 
St. Johnetmry, . 
SwMMton {dor.)t 



40 
65 
53 
60 
15 
SO 
12 
15 
20 



Churchci. 



Org. No. 



8. SehooU. 



Off. No. 



Church Edifloc*. 
Date*. I Valuet. 



PrMchen. 



1875-40 
1843-247 



1848— 6 
1871—25 

1861— 



1867—45 



1848—75 
- 310 

1847—40 
1848—30 

1874—17 
25 
25 

1838-40 

50 



19 
1857—60 



1870—26 



1848-34 



- 1845—50 



1842—35 

1885—0 
1871—42 
1854—40 
1851—87 



187^-25 
1877—14 
1868—66 

- TO 



1872—25 
1848-^7 
1888—51 
1873—85 

1870-32 

1843-46 



1864-^58 



1856—38 



1851—37 

1880-65 

1883—46 
1856—46 
1856-50 
1851-107 

1878—28 

SO 

1881—45 

1850-75 

1867—60 

1885-135 



1887—25 

1876—25 
1842-100 
1880—85 
1871-145 
1886—25 
1861—40 

1876-50 



1816-^. 
1880-^r. 
/Vo/). 
1823-ir. 
1844-^1. 
1845—*/. 

w. 

w. 
1831— 6r. 
1847-*r. 

frr.&io. 

1832— IT. 

I'rop. 

1858— u*. 

1871— u?. 
1866— u>. 
1830-^. 
1837— fr. 
Prop. 
u>. 
1855— w. 



$4,000 
20,000 
5,000 
700 
1,000 
8,000 
8,000 
1,000 
2,000 
1,000 

6,000 
1,500 
100 
2,500 
1,000 
4.000 
5.000 
3,000 
3.500 
1,000 
1,800 
8,000 



1851— *r. 
1847— 5r. 
1837— 6r. 
Prop, 

1851— Iff. 
1864—10. 
1857— w. 



800 
2,000 
5,000 
8,400 

2,000 
3,500 
9,000 



1830—10. 1,000 

tr. 1,500 

10. 1,200 

1870—10. 9,000 

Prop. 2,000 

1870— 10. 8,000 

10. 1,600 

1889-M^ 20,000 

to. 800 



1887— 6r. 
1840— fo. 
to. 
Prop. 
1848—10. 
1834— 6r. 
1883— frr. 
1872— cr. 



8. A. Parker. 
F. W. Sprague. 



J. B. Reardon. 
C. F. If clottre. 
F. C. Prtsst. 

S. A. Parker. 



8. A. PArker. 



Myra Kingsbury. 
J. P. Manin. 
F. Millar. 
F. W. Bpragae. 

CF. 8. Onemsey. 



E. W. Pierce. 

J. B. Beardon. 

E. A. Hoyt. 
IllCrs. 8. O. Pratt. 
Myra Kingsbury. 
H. L. Thornton. 



B. 8mlley. 

J. P. Marvin. 
H. L. Thornton. 



4,000 

1,000 

2,000 

3,300 

2,000 
12,000 
12,000 i F. 
15,000 B. 



O. W. Perry. 



J. 
C. 



1845—10. 3.500 

t*r. 2,000 

1848—10. 2,500 



F. Simmons. 
F. Mclntire. 
W. Whlppen. 
A. Hoyt. 



F. W. Spragne. 



58 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTRK. 



FtoidiM. 


Oraiches. 


8.8ehooli. 


C!hurch Ediflcei. 


T*ir»fhm. 


Poat-oflkM. Famlliw. 


Org. No^ 


Org. No. 


Dates. YalDM. 




WeH Burke, |, . . 23 
West Concord, . . 72 
WeH Derby, . . . - 
WeH Halifax, . . 14 
W,Randolph(dor.), 26 
WeetWindeor(oc,), 20 
WiUiamHownloc.), 30 
Wllllainsvllle(oc.), 26 
WUUeton, i, ... 13 

WllmlOfftoo,. . . 36 
White RiverJunctiOH, 20 

Wolcott 27 

WoodBtook, ... 60 


1870—65 
1869—22 


1870—25 
1846-120 


1871—10. $4,000 

1844-^. 4,600 

- 2,300 

Prop, 400 


F. Millar. 
J. A. Beli£. 
F. 0. Priest. 


1878—23 

1862—26 

- 21 

1883—8 

1802—68 


1865— A4 
1878—34 
1878—26 

1840—36 
1878—40 
1881^16 
1836-46 


Prop, 800 
1849— w. 2,000 
1834-frr. 2,000 
ISM—br. 4,000 

Avp. 2,000 
1836— to. 6,000 
1878—10. 2,600 
1882—10. 1,600 
1835— «o. 10.000 

Prop. 3,500 


F. W. Spragoe. 
L. F. Fortney. 

B. W. Pierce. 
F. T. Crane. 

J.F. Slmmona. 


ToU]»-M . 2,442 


84-1,588 


46-2,892 


66— $275,800 





Virginia. 

A church edifice owned by UniversaliBts at Richmond is 
valued at $5,000. A parish of ten families, church of 
eighteen members, and Sunday-school numbering twelve, 
exist at Norfolk ; preacher, Joseph Jordan. 

West Virginia. 
At Fork Ridge, twenty-six families, fifty-one church mem- 
bers, fifty in Sunday-school ; a church edifice built in 1873 
and valued at $1,200; preacher, S. P. Carlton. Church 
organization of five members at Shinnston, owns a lot. 
Occasional preaching by Q. H. Shinn. 

Wisconsin. 

The Wisconsin Universalist Convention, organized in 1848, 
meets on the first Tuesday in June. The session of 1891 
will be held at Lodi. Pres, — Dr. J. HUton ; Vice-Pres. — 
Rev. J. M. Payson ; Sec. — Rev. J. F. Schindler, White- 
water; Treas, — W. H. Rogers; Trus. — John Hasey, Mrs. 
H. B. Lafiin, Mrs. Mary Schofield ; Committee of Fellowship 



UKIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



59 



— Rev. J. M. PaysoD, La Crosse ; Dr. H. B. Laflin, Rev. J. 
L. Andrew; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — A. N. Som- 
mers. Funds, $458. 

Woman*8 Missionary Society — Pres. — Mrs. H. B. Laflin, 
La Crosse; Sec, — Mrs. W. H. Rogers, Fort Atkinson; 
TVecM. — Mrs. Jennie Hilton, Fort Atkinson. 

Young People's Christian Union — Pres, — Rev. J. F. 
Schindler; Vice-Pres. — E. S. Hinman; Sec, — Miss Inez 
Lawrence, Oshkosh ; Trea^. — Mrs. Stevens, Columbus ; 

Vice'Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Rev. Mary 
J. DeLong, Osbkosh. 



Fwiilici. 



FiMl-oflbat. nunilias. 



Churches. ' 8. Schools. I Church Edifloet. 



Org. No. Org. No. 



Dates. 



Value*. 



Preachen. 



Ooimnifus, ... 80 

Mtk^om (oc), . . 80 

Jn.AUOmtan, . . 00 

Barlfbrd^ |, ... 26 

La CroMe, . . . M 

Lodi^ 80 

Marietan (oc.), . 16 

MimrO€f .... 76 

Mount Sterling, l, IT 
Meenah A IfenoMa, 40 

OtbkMh, .... 60 

I^irU du Sact . 90 

Saeliie, .... 68 

RoeheHer,, ... 40 

SpringvaU (oc.), . 26 

SUmghionti, . . 60 

WaoMU, .... 80 



Wliftewater,. 



68 



Toteto—lO . . 787 



1870-26 
1800-41 
1878—18 
1800—17 

1867-102 
1875-86 
1868—31 



1867—12 
1886-20 
1860—20 
1868-00 



1870—80 
1887—20 

1871—42 



1868— 
1866-66 
1876— 
1863—78 

1866-180 
1872—46 

1863-126 



14-^13 



1867—65 
1886-66 

1878-04 



1850—64 
1887—40 

1868—60 



18—781 



1860— IT. 
1870—10. 
1875— 10. 
1886— U7. 
Prop, 
1866— 6r. 
1876-6r. 
1858— «o. 
1863-/^. 



$2,000 

4,600 

3,000 

3,000 

120 

20,000 
8,000 
1,500 

10,000 



W. B. Ralph. 



Olympla Brown. 
J. M. i'ayaoD. 



1867— *r. 
1880— w. 
1868— to. 
1861— 6r. 

lYop. 
1870— dr. 
1860— to. 
1868—^. 
1887— w. 

Prop, 
1868— ftf. 



7,600 
4.000 
4,000 
12,000 
1,000 
6.000 
2,000 
4,800 
4,600 
1,500 
8,000 



17— $100,020 



E. P. Baldwin. 
R. O. Spafford. 



W. S. Ralph. 
J. L. Andrew. 

J. F. Sehindler. 



Scotland. 

The Universalists of Scotland, in 1875, organized a Con- 
vention which meets annually on the last Saturday in May. 
It is a small body, composed of only two churches, — one in 
Glasgow and the other in Larbert. The church at Larbp»+ 



60 UKIYSRSALIST REGISTER. 

owns the building in which it worships, and is known as the 
Church of the Redeemer ; that at Glasgow worships at No. 
9 Watson St., and is known as St. Paul's Universalist Church. 
There are several preaching stations and much unorganized 
Universalism. The officers of* the Scotland Convention are : 
Honorary Presidents — J. W. Hanson, D.D., and Rev. 
Mrs. C. A. Soule; Pres, — Andrew Ure; Vice-Pres. — A. 
Gardiner; Sec. — John Currie, 39 Hope St., Glasgow; — 
Th-ecLs. — William Bogle ; Trus. — Messrs. Roughead, Binnie, 
Smith of Larbert, Hamilton and Sinclair of Glasgow ; Mis- 
sionary — Rev. Caroline A. Soule, 24 Kevlin Drive, Kevlin- 
bridge, Glasgow. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Miss EUie 
Mitchell, 24 Howard St., Glasgow. 

St. Paul's Universalist Church worships (at 11 a.m., 2 and 
7 P.M.) every Sunday at No. 9 Watson St., Glasgow. 
Number of families, forty-five ; church of one hundred and 
eighty members, organized in March, 1879 ; Sunday-school 
organized in June, 1879, forty-two members ; property, 
8500. 



YOUNQ PEOPLE'S ORGANIZATIONS. 

In founding the Young People's Christian Union of 
the Universalist Church in 1889 (mentioned on the pages 
preceding the State Statistics), an attempt has been made 
to obtain uniformity of aim and effort in the many-named 
Young People's Organizations in our communion. To what 
extent this attempt has succeeded it is not possible at present 
to show, as very few State organizations are yet in successful 
working order, and we fail to get a general response to our 
solicitations for detailed statements. The secretaries of the 
State organizations in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hamp- 
shire, Vermont, Illinois and Wisconsin, have kindly given all 



UNIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 61 

information in their possession ; bat even in these sections it 
is impossible to ascertain, from anything reported, where to 
draw the line between societies connected with the Union and 
those that are independent of the Union. Nothing has 
seemed to remain, therefore, bnt to give the names of all the 
young people's organizations newly reported, and also those 
reported last year, except where information of their having 
changed their name, or of ceasing to work, has been received. 



YOXma FEOFIiE'S MISSIONABY ASSOCIATIOITS. 

Abington, Mass. 8ec , Miss Alma Farrar. 

Akron, Ohio. 8ec,^ C. Dean Bumham, 420 Park St. 

Avon, HI. Sec., Miss Emma Lincoln. 

Blanchester, Ohio. See , Miss Laura Riley. 

Blue Island, Ul. 8ec., Rex Paddock. 

Boston, Mass., Columbus Ave. 8ec., W. W. Foster, 6 Berwick 
Park. 

Boston, Mass., Shawmut Ave. Car, 8ee.^ Miss Addie F. Carter, 
& Pickering Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 

Brooklyn, N. . Y., All Souls' Church. /Sec, Clinton S. Harris, 
Sd Rodney St. 

Buffalo, N. Y. See., Miss Marion Moore, 220 Hudson St. 

Cambridge, North, Mass. Sec., H. K. Esterbrook, 101 Wash- 
ington Ave. 

Cambridge, East, Mass. Sec., Fred C. Lunt, 56 Fifth St. 

Cambridgeport, Mass. Sec., Miss C. M. Williams, 84 Inman St. 

Chatham, Mass. Sec.^TAisB S. D. Linnell. 

Chelsea, Mass. Sec., Julia E. Phinney, 51 Crescent Ave. 

Decatur, HI. Sec., Estella Spencer. 

Delphos, Kan. Sec., Nannie Durst. 

Dixon, HI. Sec., Miss Minnie Guthrie. 

Earlville, HI. 

Englewood, HI. Sec, Miss Grace H. Monroe. 

Erie, Pa. Sec, Miss Eda F. Kunz, 516 Parade St. 

Franklin, Mass. Sec., Miss Flora B. Crossley. 



62 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

Geneva, N. Y. Sec, W. M. Fink. 

Hightstown, N. J. Sec, Miss Lizzie Taylor. 

Junction City, Kan. See., A. B. Pierce. 

Kent, Ohio. Sec., Bessie Whitehead. 

Lawrence, Mass. Sec,, Mrs. Mary £. Russell, 95 Concord St 

Lincoln, Neb. Sec., Miss Mary Caldwell. 

Little Falls, N. Y. Sec., John ZoUer. 

Meriden, Conn. Sec,, Miss Annie Parker. 

Methuen, Mass. Sec,, W. L. S. Gilcreast 

Minneapolis, Minn., Church^of the Redeemer. Sec,, Miss Mable 
Conkey. 

Minneapolis, Minn., Swedish Church. Sec,, P. B. Nord, 1618 
Jefferson St. 

Morrison^IU. iSfec., Alice Kirman. 

Mount Carmel, Ohio. Sec,, Carrie Davis. 

New Haven, Conn., First Church. Sec., William Bartlett, 86 
Martin St. 

New York, N. Y., Church of the Divine Paternity. Car. Sec,, 
Miss Annie £. Evans, 229 W. 48th St 

Norwood, Mass. Sec, Miss Edith F. Tisdale. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Church^of the Messiah. Sec,, Miss Sallie £. 
Wilson, 1604 Swayne St. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Sec., James S. Mann, Preble Ave., Allegheny 
City, Pa. 

f^ovidence, R. I., Church*of the Mediator. Sec., Miss Anna L. 
Gunnison, 66 Grove St. 

Rochester, Minn. Sec,, Miss Edith Rommel. 

Round Pond, Me. Sec., Grace E. Sproul. 

Saugus, Mass. Cor, Sec,, Miss £. A. Parker. 

Sherman, N. Y. Sec,, Laura Sheldon. 

Somerville, Winter Hill, Mass. Sec., Miss Lillian Thomas, 44 
Sewall St. 

South Weymouth, Mass. 2d Weymouth. Sec., Lena G. Bailey. 

Springfield, HI. Sec,, Miss Julia Van Gilson. 

St. Paul, Minn. Cor. Sec., Miss Chattie £. Field. 

Stoughton, Mass. Sec., E. L. Upham. 

Syracuse, N. Y. Sec., Carrie L. Barnes, 32 Kellogg St 

Troy, N. Y. Sec., A. Fairweather. 



UNIYEBSALIST RBGISTER. 63 

Utica, N. IT., First Church. Sec , Miss Anga Perry, Mary St. 
Watertown, N. T. ^e^rMiss Grace Nott. 
Worcester, Mass., All Souls Church. See., Miss Marion £• 
Blemie, 22 Kingsbury St. 



YOlTEra PEOPLE'S SOCIETY OF CHBISTIAJT 

ENDEAVOB. 

Arlington, Mass. Sec., Miss Angie £. Wellington, 16 Swanks 
Place. 

Auburn, N. Y. Sec., Miss Addie Burch. 

Bath, Me. Sec., Miss Emma F. Hooper, Green St. 

Bay City, Mich. Sec., Miss Mary Joslyn. 

Branehport, N. Y. Sec., Julia Richardson, Cicero, N. Y. 

Bristol, N. Y. Sec., Miss C. Trisse. 

Clifton Springs, N. Y. Sec., Miss Lizzie Turner. 

Corfu, N. Y. Sec, Eugene Carrier. 

Cortland, N. Y. Sec., George Gage. 

Danyers, Mass. Sec., Miss Mary Whiting. 

Dowagiac, Mich. Sec., Alae Myers. 

Elgin, m. Sec , Gertrude Wright. 

Fincastle, Ind. Sec., Miss Lizzie Bridges. 

Fort Plain, N*. Y. Sec, Irving Nistell. 

Galesburg, 111. Sec, R. E. Olmstead. 

Hightstown, N. J. Sec, Miss Mary McKay. 

Le Roy, N. Y. Sec, Miss Frank Cook. 

Livermore Falls, Me. Sec, Minnie H. Alden. 

Lowell, Mass., First Church. Sec, Miss Bertice A. Bliss, 65 
Third St. 

Lynn, Mass., First Church. Sec, Miss Annie F. Oliver, 27 
Howard St. 

Macedon, N. Y. Sec, Miss Carrie Hurlbert. 

Macomb, HI. Sec, Myra Blount. 

Mansfield, Pa. Sec , Alice Campbell. 

Medford, Mass. Sec , Miss E. Pearl Tucker, 6 Tucker^s Place. 

Medina, N. Y. Sec, F. Whipple. 

Meriden, Conn. Sec, H. T. King. 



64 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Morrison, HI. Sec.^ Belle Jacobs. 

XewtoDville, Mass., Sec., Miss Rose £. Cunningham, P. O. Box 
65. 

Xew York, N. Y., Third Ch. Sec., Miss Lizzie Timson. 

North Bloomfield, N. Y . Sec., Louise N. Maitin. 

Nunda, N. Y. Sec., Dr. Mathews. 

Oakland, Cal. Sec., G P. Robinson, 1214 Filbert St. 

Oswego, N. Y. Sec, Miss Amy L. Tompkins, 428 First St. 

Perry, N. Y. Sec, Anna Sharp. 

Pigeon Cove, Mass. Sec., Edward Bailey. 

Potsdam, N. Y. Sec, C. H. Bonney. 

Quincy, Mass. Sec, Miss Lizzie Burrell, P. O. Box 411. 

Ridgeway, N. Y. Sec, Jay B. Oaks. 

Rochester, NY., First Ch. Sec, Miss W. A. Thompson, 1 
Nicholis St. 

Rochester, N. Y., Second Ch. Sec, Fredericka Cross, 21 Lori- 
mer St. 

Rutland, Yt. Sec , Miss Susan A. Fuller. 

Saccarappa, Me. Sec, Alma Fellows. 

Seneca, Kan. Sec, Mrs. S. L. Stoner. 

Somerville, Mass., Cross St. Ch. /Sec.,>Uorace T. Harwood, 21 
Pleasant Ave. 

Somerville, West, Mass. Sec, Miss Florence I. Living, 13 
Moore St. 

South Berwick, Me. Cor, Sec, Carl. S. Emery. 

South Boston, Mass. Sec, Miss Carrie F. Elliott, 25 6. St. 

Southbridge, Mass. Sec, Ida Plimpton. 

Southold, N. Y. Sec, Miss Jennie Horton. 

Stamford, Conn. Cor. Sec, Rev. E. M. Grant. 

Sycamore, 111. Sec, Miss Clara Boy i ngton . 

Syracuse, N. Y. iSfec, Carrie Barnes, 200 Kellog St. 

Troy, N. Y. Sec, Grace Fales, 1614 Fifth Ave. 

Upper Lisle, N. Y. Sec, George Holland. 

Victor, N. Y. Sec, Miss Grace Currie. 

WaUham, Mass. Sec , Miss Adeline E. Francis, 862 Main ^t. 

West Bloomfield, N. Y. Sec, Miss L M. Orcutt. 

Weymouth, Mass. (Weymouth First). Sec, Miss Ida P. Burrell. 

Whitesville, N. Y. Sec , Miss De Ette Carpenter. 



UKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 65 



YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHBISTIAN UNIONS. 

Akron, Ohio. Sec, Miss £miiia Robinson, 201 Carroll St. 

Albany, N. Y. Sec, Miss Jennie Williamson, 42 Jay St. 

Arkansas City, Kan. Sec, Horace Prescott. 

Augusta, Me. Sec, Miss Gertrude Cannon, State Street. 

Bangor, Me. Sec, Mary B. Robinson, 48 Essex St. 

Barre, Vt. Sec, Miss Nettie White. 

Boston, East, Mass. Sec, Miss Annie G. Davidson, 53 Eutaw Si. 

Bowdoinham, Me. Cor. Sec, Mar^raret Fogg. 

Bridgeport, Conn. Sec, Miss Nettie Strickland. 

Brooklyn, Pa. Sec, Dell McKinney. 

Calais, Me Sec, Pauline Rounds 

Chicago, 111., Englewood Church. Sec, Grace Munroe, 614 
Englewood Ave. 

Columbus, Wis. Sec, Miss Lulu Bassett. 

Delphos, Kan. Sec, Miss Lucy Taylor. 

Derby Line, Vt. Sec, Miss Mary J. Foster. 

Dubuque, Iowa. Sec, Miss Myrtle Jones. 

HaJlowell, Me. Sec, Miss Emma F. Jones. • 

Hopbottom, Pa. Sec, Fred Weeks. 

Kent, Ohio. £iec., Emma Randall. 

Lewiston, Me. Sec, Flora R. Newman, 310 Main Street. 

Meriden, Conn. Sec, H. T. King. 

Middletown, Conn. Sec, Miss Ethel Allison. 

North Anson, Me. Sec, N. D. Albee 

Northfield, Vt. Sec, Miss Myrtie Gokey. 

Norwood, Mass. Sec , Josepn A. Woods. 

Oshkosh, Wis. Sec, Frederica Heller, 37 Washington St. 

Portland, Me., Church of Messiah. Cor. Sec, Georgie S. Ford, 
17 Quincy St 

Portland, Mich. Sec , Miss Mary Newman. 

Plymouth, N. H. Sec, Miss Mabel Greeley. 

Richmond, Me. Sec, Alice M. Pushard. 

Rockland, Me. Sec , Miss Hattie L. Barker, 25 Ocean St. 

Skowhegan, Me. Sec, Esther Vaughn. 

Spencer, Mass. Sec, Allan H. Faxon. 

Stafford, Conn. Sec, Hannah Black. 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. Sec, Miss Mattfe Jenness. 

Stoughton, Wis. Sec, Miss Ada Turner. 

Taunton, Mass. Sec, Miss Millie Mary Burt, 163 School St. 

Towanda, Pa. Sec, William Taylor. 

Utica, N. Y., Central Church. 

Utica, N. Y., Church of our Father. 

Victor. N. Y. 

Washington, D. C. Sec, Geo. Bushee, 108 I. St, N. W. 

Westmoreland, N. H. Sec, Miss Mary L. Britton, Park HiU. 

Weymouth, North, Mass. Sec, Miss Emily F. Litchfield. ^ 



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Whitewater, Wis. 5ec., Miss Maud Averill. 
Winthrop, Me. Sec,, Miss Gertnide Cannar. 
Woonsocket, R. I. Sec, C. B. Cook. 



KING'S DAUGHTEBS. 

CaDtoQ, N. Y. Sec, Mts. Henry Priest. 

Chicago, 111. Church of Redeemer. Sec, Mjrrtle Monlton. 

Clinton, N. Y. Sec, Miss Pearl. 

Dubuque, Iowa. Sec, Miss Jennie Michel. 

Monson, Mass. Sec, Mrs. W. II. King. 

Richmond, Vt. Sec, Mrs. Ada Barber, North Williston. 

Washington, D. C. Sec , Mrs. A. Kent. 

Yamiouthport, Mass. Sec, Mrs. C. W. Sears. 



CHAPIN CLUBS. 

Auburn, N. Y. Sec, Miss Mary Snow. 
Canton, Mass. Sec, Miss Mary Linfield. 
Chicago, 111., Woodlawn Park. Sec, Miss Annie Pearson. 
Fitchburg, Mas^ Sec, Miss Nellie Silsby. 
Thorapsonville, Conn. Sec, Miss May C. White. 
Worcester, Mass., First Church. Sec, C. Leslie Chamberlain, 
2 Linden St. 

MISCELIiAITEOnS SOCIETIES. 

Akron, Ohio, Ryder Club. Sec, Miss Hattie Canfield, 105 N. 
Walnut St 

Albany, N. Y., Young People's Literary Society. Sec, George 
McDonald. 

Annitquam, Mass., Christian Helpers. Sec, Mrs. G. W. Pen- 
niman. 

Attleboro, Mass , Flint Association. Sec, Frank Adams. 

Auburn, Me., Young People's Christian Alliance. Sec, Mary 
Brigffs. 

Baltimore, Md., Young People's Guild (4 Departments). 

Bay City, Mich., Lend a Hand Club. Sec, Robert Van Dusen. 

Belfast, Me., Benefit Society. Sec, Ellen J. Pierce, P. O. Box 428. 

Berlin Falls, N. H., Lend a Hand. Sec, Mabel Hodgdon. 

Bethel, Vt., Social Annex. Sec, Miss Florence E. Soper. 

Beverly, Mass., Ballon Club. Sec, Miss Mattie W. Davis. 

Bloomneld, Ontario, Can., Willing Workers. Sec, Miss J. B. 
Johnson. 

Boston, Mass., Charlestown Church, Lawrence Association. 
Sec, Miss Sampson. 

Boston, East, Mass., Young People's Association. Sec, Miss 
Anna G. Davidson. 

Brattleboro', Vt., Murray Qttb. See., Charles Richardson. 



UNIVEK8ALIST REGISTER. 67 

Bridfi^on, Me., Guild of the Good Shepherd. See, Laura A. Davis. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Fourth Church, Young People^s Aisociation 
8ec., Miss Ella Oswald, 937 Lafayette Aye. 

Bryan, Ohio; Young People's Christian Association. See, 
Martha Moore. 

Charlotte, Mich., Lend a Hand. Sec, Mae Drowley. 

Chicago,' ni , Church of the Redeemer, Bible Class Union. Sec,, 
Grace Huyck, 855 Adams St. Talcott Society, Sec., Miss A. E. 
Lancy, 594 Monroe St. 

Chicago, 111., St. Paul's Church, Ryder Club. Sec, Henry C. 
Morris. 

Chicago, 111., Chicago Lawn, Young People's Aid Society. Sec, 
Flora Collister. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Adelphi Club. Sec., Miss Annie Butterfield. 

Claremont, N. H., Murray Society. Sec, Miss Mary Bailey. 

Coc Ridge, Ohio, Excelsior Society. ^ Sec, E W. Perry 

Concord, Mich., Fortnightly Club. Sec, Will Couden 

Cooperstown, N. Y., Helping Hand. Sec, Miss Cora Ball. 

Detroit, Mich., Young People's Guild. Sec, Miss Anna E. 
Mathewson, 42 Canfield Ave., E. 

Dexter, Me., Guild of the Good Shepherd. Sec, Abbie H. 
Hamilton. 

Earlville, 111., Literary and Social Club. Sec, Miss Fanny Bur- 
linj^ame. 

East Deering, Me., Weston Union. Sec, Levi B. Clark. 

East Gloucester, Mass., Gleaners. Sec, Miss Winnie Martin. 

East Jaffrey, N. H., Little Women. Sec, l^jiss Grace Heath. 
Social Workers, Sec, Jennie S. Fairbanks. 

Fitchburg, Mass., Lend a Hand Club. Sec, Miss Carrie Pierce. 
Young People's Society for Religious Culture, Sec, Miss A. M. 
Lamb, 101 Prichard St. 

Fort Atkinson, Wis., YOung People's Association. Sec, Miss 
Minnie Feas. 

Gardner, Mass., Young People's Social Union. Sec, Mrs. O. 
M. Knapp. 

Gloucester, Mass., Murray Club. Sec, James Steele. 

Grand Rapids, Mich., Fortnightly Club. Sec, Walter R. Meech. 

Hammonton, N. J., Young People's Association. Sec, Chester 
Crowell. 

Haverhill, Mass., Young People's Christian Alliance. Sec, 
Louise M. Sheridan, 33 Broadway. 

Hoopeston, 111., Young People's Association. Sec, Miss Gertie 
Straub. 

Hudson, N. Y., Young People's Society. Sec, Miss Ella Macy. 

Hutchinson, Kan., Unity Club. Sec, Ida Woodard. 

La Crosse, Wis., Earnest Builders. Sec, Miss Alice Vought, 
1231 Madison St. 

La&yette, Ind., Ladies' Mite Society. Sec, Mrs. Frankie Luster. 



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Lanesville, Mass., Helping Hand League. 5ec., Miss Jennie L. 
Norwood. 

Lapeer, Mich., Argonaut Society. Sec., Minnie Eeiser. 

Lawrence, Mass., Young People^s Christian Alliance. 8ec,^ 
Ralph C. Simmons, 5 £. Haverhill St. 

Le Roy, N. Y., Mite Society. Sec , Miss Zada Shaw. 

Linesville, Pa., Helping Hand. Sec, Miss Minnie Miller. 

Lockport, N. Y., Gleaners. Sec, Miss Mamie Retalie. 

Lowell, Mass., Second Church, Young People's Society of 
Christian Workers. Sec, Miss Agusta Cragin. 

Ludlow, yt., Young People's Aid Society. Sec, Hattie Fullam. 

Manchester, N. H., Young People's McCrillis Union. Sec, Miss 
G. B. True, 

Marlboro', N. H., Greenwood Club. Sec, Elmer Thatcher. 
Merry Gleaners, Sec, Miss Bertha Mellen. 

McHenry, III., Willing Workers. Sec , Mrs Jennie Owen. 

McLean, N. Y., Hart Circle. Sec, Fred Fitts. 

l^Iedford, Mass., Forest Club. Sec, Miss Millie Frost. 

Milford, Mass., Murray Club. Sec, Wallis L. Tongas, P. O. 
Box 361. . 

Minneapolis, Minn., Second Church, Tuttle Literary and Social 
Circle. 

Minneapolis, Minn., Third Church, Young Men's Associatioii. 
Sec, A. M. Baldwin. 

Morris, N. Y., Order of Christian Work. Sec, Miss Elf a J. Adams. 

Muncie, Ind., Murray Sons and Daughtei'S. Sec, Miss Mary 
Manor. 

Nashua, N. H., Ballon Association. 5ec., Alice Burgess. 

Newtonville, Mass., Lend a Hand Club. Sec, Miss R. E. Cun- 
ningham. 

N ew York, N. Y., Second Church, Young People's Society. Sec, 
Miss M. Van Holland, 349 E. 83d St. 

New York, N. Y., Third Church, Christian Helpers. Sec, Mrs. 
Everett Taylor, 26 Dominick St. 

North Anson, Me., Young People's Aid Society. Sec, Nellie 
Moore 

North Orange, Mass., Literary and Social Club. Seii, MiM 
Josie S. Rich. 

Norwalk, Ohio, Young People's Association. Sec, J. W. Goodell. 

Norwich, Conn., Coterie. Sec, Miss Ina Ruby. 

Nunda, N. Y., Young People's Society for Christian Culture. 
'Sec, Dr. Mathews. 

Nyack, N. Y., Unity Guild. Sec, Miss Alice C. Johnson. 

Oakland, Me , Guild of the Good Shepherd. Sec, Miss Edith 
Comforth. 

Oak Park, 111., Unity Club. Sec, Walter Gerts. 

Oneonta, N. Y., Chapin Industrial Circle. Sec , Ethel Doolittle, 
71 Elm St. 



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Orao^e, Mass., Social Union. Sec , F. H. Ruggles. Young Peo- 
ple's Club, Sec,, Miss Hattie Hastings 

Oshkosh, Wis., Clover Club. Sec, Robert Ewing. 

Owatonna, Minn., Young People's Literary Society. Sec, Mrs. 
Ora Bameard. 

Palmei', Mass., Patterson Club. Sec, Helen Robinson. 

Pasadena, Cal., Kosmos. Sec, Miss Grace L. Wilde. 

Peabody, Mass , Murray Association. Sec , Alfred Newhall. 

Pittsfiefd, Me , Gleaners. Sec, Miss Cecilia Haskell. 

Plainfield, 111 , Young People's Society. Sec, Clark U. Mottinger. 

Potsdam, N. Y., Fisher Society. Sec, Miss Edith Bonson. 

ProYidence, R. I., First Church, Literary and Social Union. Sec, 
Miss Agnes Wright. 

Racine, Wis., Junior Literary Society. Sec , Mrs. M. R. Spafford. 

Ravenna, Ohio, Good Will Club Sec, Miss Eve Wolford. 

Reading, Penn., Young People's Society. Sec, Rev. G. W. Kent. 

Richmond, Vt., Missionary Whatsoever Club. Sec, Miss Lena 
Freeman. 

Santa Paula, Cal., Young People's Association. Sec, Asa Vance. 

South Newmarket, N. H., Young People's Guild. Sec, Hattie 
Fetherly. 

Springfield, Mass , Young People's Society. Sec, W. E. Gilbert, 
dd National Bank. 

Sprin^eld, Vt., Young People's Aid. Sec, Miss Alice Wright. 

St. Jonnsbury, Vt., Boethian Club Sec, Miss Carrie Underwood. 

St Paul, Minn., Young People's Society. Sec, Ella Richards. 

Stamford, Conn., Diligent Workers. Sec, Miss Alice Haslam. 

Titosville, Penn , Murray Literary Society. Sec, Miss Florence 
Waltz. 

Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Webb Club. Sec^ Miss Annie Osborne. 

Wakefield, Mass., Young People's Christian Alliance. Sec, 
Mrs. F. C. Robinson. 

Warren, Mass., Young People's Literary Society. Sec, Mrs. H. 
6. Ellis. 

Webster, Mass., Unity Club. Sec, E. A. Hunt. 

Webster City, Iowa, Little Women. Sec, Emma Handell. 

West Actoa, Mass , True Friends. Sec, Mrs. H. Gardner. 

West Lake, Ontario, Can., Willing Workers. Sec, Edward Scott. 

Woodstock, Ohio, Young People's Society. Sec, George Waite. 



The following-named preachers have received Ordination 
•ince the Register for 1890 went to press : — 

1889. 

Oct. 18. Charles A. Garst, at LcRoy, 111. 

Oct. 30. Frank C. Andrews, at Cicero, N. Y. 

Nov. 8. Joseph Lean Andrew, at Oshkosh, Wis. 



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Jan. 9. 

Jan. 9. 
March 5. 

June 6. 

June 16. 

June 16. 

June 16. 

June 16. 

June 16. 

June 16. 

June 16. 

June 16. 

June 19. 

June 22. 

June 25. 

Sept. 5. 

Sept. 6. 

Sept. 24. 

Sept. 25. 

Sept. 26. 

Oct. 29. 

Oct. 30. 



Miss Carrie A. Rice, at Mukwango, Wis. 
Edward Patson Baldwin, at Albert Lea, Minn. 
Isaac Wallace Gate, at Tufts College, Mass. 
William Frost Crispin, at Akron, Ohio. 
James FRANas Albion, at Tufts College, Mass. 
Herbert Ernest Cushman, at Tufts College, Mass. 
Thomas Baldwin Thayer Fisher, at Tufts Col- 
lege, Mass. 
Thomas Birton Payne, at Tufts College, Mass. 
Lewis Edwin Pease, at Tufts College, Mass. 
Levi Moore Powers, at Tufts College, Mass. 
Fred Clarence Priest, at Tufts College, Mass. 
Andrew Jacob Torsleff, at Tufts College, Mass 
James P. Curtiss, at Binghamton, N. Y. 
Franklin Elihu Adams, at Blenheim, Ontario, Can. 
Frank Eugene Bahton, at Bethel, Me. 
Henry L. Thornton, at Northfield, Vt. 
WiLBURN Daniel Potter, at Huntinffville,P.Q ,Can. 
Isaac L. Case, at Upper Lisle, N. Y. 
Mrs. Ella May Bennett, at Stony Brook, N. Y. 
William E. Leavitt, at Oswego, ^. Y. 
Frederick T. Crane, at White River Junction, Vt. 
Frederick William Hamilton, at Pawtucket,R. I. 



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Scranton, Pa. (chapel), wood 
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modelled), wood . 
Reading, Pa., stone . 
Putnam, Conn., wood 
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[The edacatiooAl insUtations herewith named are under the patronage and control 
•f Unireraallau.] 

TUFTS COLLEQE. 

This college is located on College Hill, Middlesex County, 
Mass. It was incorporated in 1852, and opened for students 
in 1855. 

Trustees of the Corporation. — President^ Hon. Charles 
Robinson, LL.D., 209 Washington St., Boston ; Vice-Presi- 
dent^ John D. W. Joy, Esq., Boston ; Secretary^ Thomas H. 
Armstrong, A.M., 82 Devonshire St., Boston; Treasurer^ 
Hon. Newton Talbot, 30 West St., Boston; Alonzo A. 
Miner, D.D., LL.D., Boston ; Lucius R. Paige, D.D., Cam- 
bridgeport; Hon. Timothy T. Sawyer, Charlestown ; Elmer 
H. Capen, D.D., Tufts College ; Charles G.Pope, A.M., 
Boston; Charles S. Fobes, A.M., Portland, Me.; Hon. 
Hosea M. Enowlton, New Bedford ; Henry W. Rugg, D.D., 
Providence, R. I. ; J. Coleman Adams, D.D., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. ; Hon. Charles Whitier, ^xbury ; Byron Groce, A.M. , 
Roxbury ; Arthur E. Denison, Esq., Boston ; Henry D. Wil- 
liams, A.M., Boston; Hon. Joseph Davis, Lynn; Thomas 
G. Frothingham, Esq., Boston; William H. Finney, A.M., 
Boston; William O. Cornell, Esq.,. Providence, R.I. ; Wil- 
liam B. Bement, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Hon. Hosea W. Parker, 
A.M., Claremont, N. H. ; Hon. William D. Washburn, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. ; Walter E. Parker, Esq., Lawrence ; Hon. 
Henry B. Metcalf , Pawtucket, R. I. 

F(icvUy, — E. H. Capen, D.D., President, and Professor 
of Moral Philosophy and Political Economy ; John P. Mar- 
shall, A.M., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy; Jerome 
Schneider, Ph.D., Professor of the Greek Language and Lit- 
erature ; H. A. Dearborn, A.M., Professor of the Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature ; B. G. Brown, A.M., Walker Profes- 
sor of Mathematics; W. R. Shipman, D.D., Professor of 
Rhetoric, Logic and English Literature ; A. E. Dolbear 
Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Astronomy; Wm. L. 
Hooper, A.M., Assistant Professor of Physics: Moses T. 
Brown, A.M., Professor of Oratory; C. E. Fay, A.M.^ 
Prof essor of Modern Languages; C. I). Bray, C.E., A.M.^ 




72 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering ; Arthur M. 
Comey, A.M., Professor of Chemistry ; J. S. Lamson, A.M., 
Walker Special Instnictor in Mathematics ; Helen L. Mellen, 
Librarian. 

Finatices. — The aggregate assets of the college at the 
present time, including the buildings and one hundred and 
twenty acres of land, are not less than $1,200,000. 

Scholarahipa, — There are twenty-five scholarahips of $10i 
each in the gift of the college. Additional assistance, in the 
form of gratuities, is rendered from time to time, as circum- 
stances may require. 

In the collegiate department the course of instruction is 
similar to that of other first-class colleges. The course for 
those who enter for the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy 
extends through four years, and the course for those students 
who enter for the degree of Civil Engineer extends through 
three years. A part of the studies for the junior and senior 
class are elective. The location is elevated and healthy, 
retired and free from distraction, yet easily accessible, being 
four miles from Boston on the Boston and Lowell Railroad. 

Expenses, from $250 to $300 per year. College charges, 
$100. Board in club, at cost^ about $3 per week. 

Calendar. — Commencement for 1891, June 17. First 
examination for admission, June 18 and 19. Second exami- 
nation, September 16 and 17. College year begins Septem- 
ber 19. Summer vacation includes thirteen weeks. 



THE DIVIinTY SCHOOL OP TUPTS COLLEQE. 

Faculty, — E. H. Capen, D.D., President; T. J. Sawyer, 
D.D., Packard Professor of Christian Theology; C. H. 
Leonard, D.D., Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral 
Theology; W. G. Tousey, A.M., D.B., Professor of Psy- 
chology and Natural Theology ; Rev. G. T. Knight, A.M., 
D.B., Professor of Church History; Rev. G. M. Harmon, 
A.M., D.B., Assistant Professor of Theology; Rev. A. B. 
Curtis, Ph.D., Instructor in Hebrew and Old Testament 
Studies; Moses T. Brown, A.M., Professor of Oratory; 
W, R. Shipraan, D.D., Rev. ¥j, L. Houghton, Henry I. 
Cushman, D.D., Rev. W. S. Woodbridge, Lecturers. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 73 

Candidates mast bring testimonials as to character, and 
avow their purpose to devote their lives to the Christian 
ministry. Bachelors of Arts are admitted without examina- 
tion. Other candidates are examined in Greek, and in the 
other branches usually taught in the best high schools and 
academies. The full collegiate course, as preliminary, is 
recommended to those who contemplate theological studies ; 
but, since the circumstances of many earnest and capable 
men forbid so extensive preparation, a four years' theologi- 
cal course has been provided. This course permits the 
introduction of branches not strictly professional, and yet 
of a fundamental character, and of the highest disciplinary 
value. It is the policy of the school to encourage the judi- 
cious use of the important facilities which the proximity of 
the college to an intellectual centre like Boston affords, — 
libraries, cabinets, lectures, the teachings and methods of the 
most noted preachers of New England. 

The degree of D.B. is conferred upon A.B.'s who take the 
full course of three years, and upon others who make equiva- 
lent attainments. To others taking the tour years' course a 
suitable certificate is given. 

The necessary expenses will not exceed $200 a year. 
Tuition, room-rent, use of furniture, free. Students may 
add to their resources by preaching during the year and a 
half previous to graduation. The Universalist General Con- 
vention aids students by a system of loans. 



ST. I.AWRBNCB UNIVERSITY, 

This institution, located at Canton, N.Y., comprises two 
departments : The College of Letters and Science, and The 
Canton Theological School. These departments are inde- 
pendent in their faculties, funds and government. 

1 . — The College of Letters and Science^ comprising the 
usual four years' classical, a four years' scientific, and a four 
years' philosophical course. 2. — The Theological School. 

Board op Trustees. — President^ Hon. Edwin Atkins 
Merritt, Potsdam ; Secretary^ Nelson Lemuel Robinson, 
M.A., Canton ; Treasurer^ George Robinson, Esq., Canton ; 
George Washington Montgomery, D.D., Rochester; John 




74 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Stebbins Lee, D.D., Canton ; Hon. Allen Eagene Kilby, 
A.M., LL.B., Carthage; Daniel William Baldwin, Esq., 
Watertown ; Almon Gunnison, p.D., Worcester, Mass. ; 
Isaac Morgan At wood, D.D., Canton ; Hon. Charles Hazen 
Russell, Brooklyn; Asa Saxe, D.D., Rochester; Lyman 
Bickford, Esq., Macedon; Hon. Vasco Pickett Abbott, 
A.M., LL.B., Gouvemeur; Hon. Charles Rufus Skinner, 
Albany; Foster M. Backus, A.M., LL.B., Brooklyn; Led- 
yard Park Hale, M.S., LL.B., Canton ; John Card Graves, 
M.A., Buffalo; Rev. Alpheus Baker Hervey, Ph.D., 
Canton; Richmond Fisk, D.D., Watertown; Hon. Halbert 
Stevens Greenleaf , Rochester ; Hon. Daniel Magone, Ogdens- 
burg; Rev. Daniel Ballon, Utica; Linus S. Freeman, Mid- 
dleport. 

Faculty. — Rev. Alpheus Baker Hervey, Ph.D., Presi- 
dent, and Cummings Professor of Natural Science ; Absa- 
lom Graves Gaines, D.D., Craig Professor of Intellectual 
and Moral Philosophy, and of Political Economy ; Rev. 
James Henry Chapin, Ph.D., Professor of Geology and 
Mineralogy; Charles Kelsey Gaines, M.A., Secretary, and 
Professor of Greek and instructor in English Literature ; 
Henri Hermann Liotard, M.A., Professor of the German 
and French Languages. Henry Priest, M.A., Dean and 
Hayward Professor of Mathematics. Clement Morelle 
Baker, M.A., Professor of Latin. 

Librarian, Prof. C. K. Gaines ; Associate Librarian, Prof. 
H. P. Forbes, D.D. ; Steward, W. W. Wheelock. 

Number of undergraduate students on the catalogue for 
1889-90, sixty-eight. Young men and women are admitted 
to the institution on the same terms. The University con- 
fers no degrees on a course of study of less than four years. 
The courses are full, the instruction thorough, and the men- 
tal training practical and efficient. 

Calendar. — Second term begins Jan. 7, 1891. Tree-holi- 
day, April 24. Term examinations begin June 8 and end 
June 12. Commencement, June 18. First examination for 
admission, June 16 and 17. Second examination for admis- 
sion, September 16 and 17. First term of college begins 
Sept. 16, 1891. The number graduated in 1890 was nine- 
teen. College fees, $45 per year. Board, with the steward, 
$3.50 per week. Whole expense not to exceed $200 per year. 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. /i> 

2. The Canton Theological School. — Faculty, — I. M. 
Atwood, D.D., President and Professor of Theology and 
Ethics; J. S. Lee, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History 
and Biblical Archaeology; Rev. H. P. Forbes, M.A., Pro- 
fessor of Biblical Languages and Literature ; Ryder Pro- 
fessor of Preaching and Pastoral Theology. 

Courses of lectures on preaching and pastoral work are given 
each year by eminent clergymen, — Universalist and other. 

Applicants for admission must bring testimonials as to 
their moral and religious character ; must be possessed of a 
good English education, and must avow their fixed intention 
to devote their lives to the Christian ministry. The full 
course of study requires three years ; college graduates can 
complete it in two. There is also a course arranged for four 
.years, on the completion of which students will receive the 
degree of B.D. Students can enter for a shorter term, and 
will be entitled to a certificate stating their attainments. 

This is our oldest theological school, having been founded 
in 1856. It is now well endowed ; has an elegant and sub- 
stantial building for its exclusive use, and one of the best 
theological libraries in the country. German and French 
may be studied at Canton under the most favorable condi- 
tions. Students in the theological school are permitted to 
pursue any study in the college without charge. No charge 
is made for tuition or for the use of the library. Board in 
the institution, $3.50 a week ; in the village, $3.50. Students 
may obtain loans of the General Convention, when needed, 
to the extent of S150 to $180 a year. Gifts to needy and 
deserving students, in limited amounts, are made from the 
•' Gage Fund " and the " Lester Taylor Fund." 

Calendar. — First term closes Jan. 21, 1891. Second 
term opens February 18. Commencement, June 16, 1891. 
Fall term begins Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1891. 



LOMBARD UNIVERSITY. 

This institution is located in Galesburg, 111. It offers to 
students three courses of study, of four years each. The 
degree of Bachelor of Arts is conferred upon students who 
complete the classical courae, and that of Bachelor of SoiAilfie 



76 UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 

apon the graduates of the scientific course. Those complet- 
ing the literary course receive the degree of Bachelor of Lit- 
erature. It has, also, a preparatory department, in which 
instruction is given in the studies required to fit students for 
a collegiate course. Students may enter any class for which 
they are prepared. Both sexes are admitted alike to all 
classes and courses of study. The Univeraity building is of 
brick, three stories high, and has spacious rooms for libra- 
ries, apparatus, recitations, etc. It has libraries of about 
five thousand volumes, an extensive mineralogical cabinet, 
including a rare collection of shells, a valuable philosophical 
and chemical apparatus, and a fund of about $194,000. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Rev. N. White, Ph.D., 
Galesburg ; Secretary^ Prof. J. V. N. Standish, Galesburg ; 
Treasurer^ Charles A. Webster, Esq., Galesburg; W. W. 
Washburn, Esq., Oakland, Cal. ; Luke W. Sanborn, Esq., 
Galesburg ; Rev. John Hughes, Table Grove ; Almoa Kid- 
der, Esq., Monmouth ; Hon. J. B. Harsh, Craston, Iowa ; J. 
Coleman Adams, D.D., Brooklyn, N.Y. ; Hon. A. M. 
Brown, Galesburg; J. H. Swan, Esq., Chicago; John Eki- 
wards, Esq., Chicago; Hamilton L. Karr, Esq., Osceola, 
Iowa; J. N. Conger, Esq., Oneida; George Tapper, Esq., 
Chicago; M. H. Harris, D.D., Chicago; Howard Knowles, 
Esq., Galesburg; Hon. Samuel Kerr, Chicago; Alfred 
Webster, Esq., Galesburg; O. B. Ayers, Esq., Knoxville, 
Iowa ; Rev. R. N. John, Dublin, Ind. ; Hon. T. Judsoa 
Hale, Galesburg. 

1 . Faculty of the College of Liberal Arts, — Rev. N. White, 
Ph.D., President, and Hall Professor of Intellectual and 
Moral Philosophy ; John V. N. Standish, Ph.D., Professor 
of Mathematics and Astronomy ; Isaac A. Parker, A.M., 
Williamson Professor of Greek Language and Literature, and 
Instructor in Latin; Rev. J. Clarence Lee, A.M., Professor 
of Rhetoric and English Literature; F. W. Rich, B.S., 
Conger Professor of Natural Science ; John W. Grubb, M. 
S., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics; Miss Belle Blood, 
Teacher in the Art Department; Miss Eleanor Gertrude 
Stephens, Teacher of Instrumental Music; Rev. Augusta J. 
Chapin, A.M., Non-resident Lecturer on English Literature ; 
Miss E. G. Stephens, Instructor in Elocution ; John Coleman 
Adams, D.D., Non-resident Lecturer on Meteorology. 



UNIVER8ALI8T REGISTER. 77 

Board, from S3 to $4 per week. Tuition, from $3.75 to 
$8.25 per term of ten weeks. Ornamental branches extra. 
Number of students for the year ending June, 1890, 138, of 
whom 65 were in the collegiate department, 42 in the prepa- 
ratory, and 1 1 in the divinity school. 

Calendar, — Second term begins Jan. 5, 1891. Third 
term begins Thursday, April 2, 1891. Commencement, 
Wednesday, June 17, 1891. 

2. Faculty of the Ryder Divinity School. — Rev. N. 
White, Ph.D., Professor of Biblical Languages and Exege- 
sis ; John V. N. Standish, Ph.D., Professor of Moral Phi- 
losophy and Natm'al Theology; Isaac A. Parker, A.M., 
Professor of Greek ; Rev. J. Clarence Lee, A. M., Professor 
of Homiletics and of Biblical Interpretation; Eleanor 
Gertrude Stephens, Instructor in Elocution. 

Persons well recommended, who have resolved to devote 
themselves to the ministry, are admitted on examination, 
and may pursue a course of study embracing one, two, 
three or four years, according to their ability or need. 

Students completing one of the partial courses will receive 
a certificate of actual attainments in the studies pursued. 
Those completing the full course will receive the degree of 
B.D. 

All departments of the University are open to the students 
of theology without charge. The only expense is for board 
and books, which may be so reduced by beneficiary funds as 
to place the advantages of the theological school within the 
reach of all who desire them. 

The calendar of divinity the school corresponds with that 
of other departments of the University. 



BUCHTEI. COLI.EGE. 

This institution is situated in the city of Akron, Summit 
County, Ohio. It was founded by the Universalist State 
Convention of Ohio, and was named in honor of John R. 
Buchtel, its most liberal benefactor. It was opened to 
students of both sexes Sept. 11, 1872. 

Board op Trustees. — President y Hon. John R. Buchtel, 
Akron; Secretary ^ A. B. Tinker, Akron; Treasurer ^ Jo^ 



78 UKIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

H. Pendleton, Akron ; Judge Edwin P. Green, Akron ; Col. 
George T. Perkins, Akron ; Henry Boszar, Brimfield ; Jonas 
J. Pierce, Sharpsville, Pa. ; Hon. Sanford M. Burnham, 
Akron ; William H. Slade, Columbus ; Arthur A. Stearns, 
A.M., Cleveland ; Judge Newall D. Tibbals, Akron ; Ferdi- 
nand Schumacher, Akron ; Rev. Andrew Willson, Ravenna ; 
Joseph Hidy, Jr., Ph.B., Washington, C. H. ; Henry L. Can- 
field, D.D., Bellville; Rev. J. F. Rice, Coe Ridge; J. F. 
Eddy, Bay City, Mich. ; George W. Crouse, Akron ; D. A. 
Doyle, Akron. 

There are three four years* courses of study — the classi- 
cal, the philosophical and the scientific. There is also a 
preparatory course for each of these courses. 

Faculty, — O. Cone, D.D., President, Messenger Prof essor 
of Mental and Moral Philosophy ; Charles M. Knight, A.M., 
Buchtel Professor of Physics and Chemistry ; Carl F. Kolbe, 
A.M., Hilton Professor of Modern Languages ; Rev. William 
D. Shipman, A.M., Professor of the Greek Language and 
Literature; Charles C. Bates, A.B., Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature ; Edward W. Claypole, B.A., D.Sc. 
(London), F. G. S., Professor of Natural Science; H. V. 
Egbert, A.B., Ainsworth Professor of Mathematics; C. R. 
Olin, B.S., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics; Mary B. 
Jewett, A.B. , Pierce Professor of Rhetoric and English Litera- 
ture ; A. B. Tinker, M.S., LL.B., Instructor in Law ; Jennie 
Gifford, A.M., Principal of Preparatory Department and 
Teacher of Science and School Management; Martha A. 
Bortle, Teacher of English and Rhetorical Work ; Mary E. 
Stockman, Instructor in English and Latin ; Dora E. Merrill, 
Instructor in Normal Studies ; Annie A. Black, Director of 
Department of Music, and Teacher of Piano, Organ and 
Theory; Madame Von Feilitzsch, Teacher of Voice Cult- 
ure; Gustav Sigel, Teacher of Violin, Cello and Zither; J. 
F. Simmons, Teacher of Painting and Drawing; Cecil 
Harper, Instructor in Elocution. 

Expenses. — The necessary yearly expenses of students 
range from $150 to $200. Board in clubs, at cost, $2 a week. 

There are fifty perpetual scholarships, each of $60. The 
scholarship endowments are each of $1,000. 

Calendar, — Commencement for 1891, June 25. College 
year begins September 8. 



UNIVERSALIST RE6ISTEB. 79 



CUNTOIX I.IBEBAL INSTITUTE. 

This institation, founded at Clinton, N. Y., in 1831, was 
moved to Fort Plain, N. Y., in 1879, and came into the 
possession of the buildings and grounds formerly known as 
the Fort Plain Seminary and Collegiate Institute. The 
present buildings are practically new, and fitted with all 
modern conveniences. They are warmed by steam and 
lighted by gas, and afford excellent accommodations for 150 
boarding pupils. The Institute spares its lady pupils the 
necessity of climbing stairs ; a hydraulic elevator for their 
exclusive use was provided in August, 1888, at an expense 
of nearly $2,500. 

Competent judges have pronounced the buildings the finest 
of their kind in the State. Recent improvements include the 
new Porter business college room, fitted up at an expense of 
$1,000; the introduction of entirely new plumbing, costing 
over $1,200, and connection with the village waterworks, 
by which an unfailing supply of pure water is insured. The 
business college has a complete equipment of desks, ofiSces, 
etc. The boys' gymnasium, erected seven years ago, is a 
two-story brick structure, 76x40 feet. Besides having four 
bowling-alleys, it is well supplied with the usual apparatus. 
It has proved valuable in many ways. The ladies' gymna- 
sium is a room 56 feet long, opening from the chapel. The 
young ladies have daily calisthenics, under the supervision 
of Miss Blanche Sargent. The Institute is an admirably 
equipped school for young men and women. It aims to fur- 
nish advantages of the highest order at the least cost to 
students. All the departments of academic training, as of 
the Classics, Sciences and Mathematics, are in the charge of 
instructors whose training and experience, as well as ability, 
qualify them for their work. 

In the department of Modem Languages students may 
acquire a speaking mastery of German, French and Italian. 
Piano Music is in the charge of Prof. Carl Bodell, a graduate, 
class of 1870, of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Stock- 
holm, Sweden. His sister. Miss Hanna Bodell, whose train- 
ing has been conducted by eminent European masters, came 
to this country to accept the position of piano assistant and 
teacher of pipe organ, and entered upon her duties Septem- 



80 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

ber, 1890. Miss Nellie HUl Otis is at the head of the Vocal 
School. The number of pupils studying music at the Insti- 
tute last year was eighty-two. The course in Elocution is 
unreservedly recommended to those who desire to make a 
specialty of this branch. The Art department is admirably 
equipped with casts, copies, etc. ; the instruction is thorough. 
The studio consists of a suite of four rooms. The course in 
the Porter School of Business Training is one of the best of 
the kind offered anywhere. Common English receives par- 
ticular attention. Students are prepared for any CoUege. 
Excellent courses in Literature, Rhetoric and History. 
Working Laboi-atory for students in Chemistry and Physics. 

Besides a preparatory year in common English, the school 
provides nine regular courses, viz. : The collegiate, four 
years ; the academic, three years ; the college preparatory, 
three years ; the literary and musical, three years ; the busi- 
ness, length six months at least ; piano, three years ; vocal, 
three years ; art, three years, elocution, two years. These 
will be found outlined in the school catalogue. 

Expenses, for board, tuition, church sitting, furnished 
room and washing, from $210 to $220 per year. Reduced 
rates to children of clergymen. 

The School is located in one of the most delightful and 
healthful portions of the Mohawk Valley, about midway 
between Albany and Utica, on the New York Central and 
West Shore railroads. Twelve passenger trains from the 
West and twelve from the East stop at Fort Plain daily. 

Students under thirteen years of age are not admitted. 

Board op Trustees. — President^ Amasa H. Martin, 
North Bloomfield ; Secretary^ Rev. Daniel Ballon, Utica ; 
Charles Benedict, Little Falls; Henry C. Lyman, M.D.^ 
Sherburne ; D, D, Youmans, New York ; John Finehout^ 
Canajoharie ; Edwin W. Wood, Fort Plain ; Reuben Elwood, 
Fort Plain ; Lester M. Weller, Fort Plain ; Asa Saxe, D.D., 
Rochester ; W. I. Scott, Bridgewater ; Rev. A. B. Hervey, 
Ph.D., Canton. 

FcLculty. — Charles V. Parsell, A.M., President; Anna C. 
Marston, Lady Principal. Sixteen competent instructors 
are employed in the various departments appertaining to a 
first-class academic instit attoja * 

The value of the ^ " 'X>und8 and equipment is at 



UNIYERSALIST REQISTEB. 81 

least $125,000. The other property consists of the general 
endowment of $25,000 and the John Westover Scholarship 
Fund of $10,000. The income of the Scholarship Fund is 
used (1) for the benefit of students fitting for the Theo- 
logical School at Canton, N. Y., and pursuing college 
preparatory studies ; and (2) for the benefit of students of 
limited means who are not preparing for the ministry, but 
whose parents are Universalists. 

Catalogues, with full information, can be had on applica- 
tion to the President, Fort Plain, N. Y. 



GBEEN MOUNTAIN PERKINS ACADEIOT. 

This school is situated in the pleasant and quiet village of 
South Woodstock, Vt., seven miles west of Hartland (Cen- 
tral Vermont Railroad) and five miles south of Woodstock 
(Woodstock Railroad from White River Junction) , connected 
with the latter place by stage. 

It was incorporated in 1848, and has since been in success- 
ful operation, graduating meanwhile many men whose names 
stand high on the roll of honor of the Universalist denomina- 
tion. 

The school is open to both sexes, and offers three com- 
plete courses of study : English, three years ; classical, three 
years ; and ladies' collegiate, four years. The English 
course fits young gentlemen and ladies for business or the 
requirements of home life ; the classical course is sufficient 
for admission to any College in the country ; while the 
ladies' collegiate course offers every advantage to those 
desirous of pursuing an extended study of Latin, German, 
French and higher English. Special courses can be taken 
if desired. Excellent advantages are offered for the study 
of Music, Elocution, Drawing and Penmanship. Composi- 
tions, Declamations, Reading and Spelling are required in 
each course. All the members of the school receive daily 
instruction in Light Gymnastics, and the young ladies in 
Etiquette. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Rev. J. F. Simmons, 
Woodstock ; Vice President^ I. T. FuUerton, South Wood- 
stock ; Treasurer^ L. C. Kendall, South Woodstock ; Secre- 



82 UmVERSALIST REGISTER. 

tary^ J. H. Hoadley, Sonth Woodstock ; Justin F. McKenzie, 
Woodstock ; Wm. R. ShipmaD, D.D., Tufts College, Mass. ; 
Hosea V . French, Woodstock ; £. H. Atwood, South Wood- 
stock ; Sanford Wilder, South Woodstock ; H. W. Walker, 
South Woodstock ; R. M. Slayton, South Woodstock ; Gil- 
bert A. Davis, Windsor ; James H. Murdock, Woodstock ; 
C. D. Perkins, South Woodstock; £. H. Slayton, South 
Woodstock ; Otis Wood, South Woodstock ; H. F. Dunham, 
Woodstock ; £. C. Billings, South Woodstock ; D. A. Gif- 
ford. South Woodstock ; Wm. C. Bement, South Woodstock ; 
H. N. Bruce, Barnard; C. H. Darling, Woodstock; N. P. 
Wood, South Londonderry ; Hiram Holt, South Woodstock ; 
L. H. Morgan, South Woodstock ; O. H. Perry, Wayland, 
Mass. ; Fred O. Kendall, South Woodstock ; Chas. T. Wash- 
bum, South Woodstock. 

Teachers. — Miss Carrie A. Walker and Miss Edna L. 
Morgan. 

Terms. — Tuition, $6.00 per term ; the only extras being 
Music, Drawing, Penmanship, French and German. Board, 
including fuel, lights and washing, $3.00 per week ; excel- 
lent opportunities for self -boarding. 



DEAN ACADEMT. 

This is a first-class Boarding and Day School for both 
sexes. It is situated in Franklin, Norfolk County, Mass., 
twenty-seven miles from Boston, on the line of the New 
York and New England Railroad, and directly in oommnni- 
cation with all parts of the country. 

The Academy, which was incorporated in 1865, and which 
derives its name from the late Dr. Oliver Dean of Franklin, 
owns a magnificent school edifice, with various oot-buUdings, 
valued at $240,000. The building is lighten with gas and 
heated by steam. It has every modem improvement and 
convenience for the comfort of the pupils. It has also an 
endowment fund which lessens the cost of instruction. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Hon. Latimer W. Bal* 
Ion, LL.D., Woonsocket^ R. I. ; Vice Pre^dent^ Albert Dick- 
erman, A.M., Boston; 7^~ ""Varies J. McKenzie« 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 83 

Franklin; Secretary, H. I. Cushman, D.D., Providence, 
R. I.; Angustus Harrington, Peabody ; A. J. Patterson, 
D.D., Roxbury ; Hon. Joseph G. Ray, Franklin; Hon. 
Josiah G. Peabody, Lowell; E. H. Capen, D.D., President 
Tofts College; E. C. BoUes, Ph.D., D.D., New York; 
Charles Whittier, Roxbary ; David Cummings, Boston ; Rev. 
George Hill, Norwood ; Benjamin B. Whittemore, Boston ; 
Rev. Charles FoUen Lee, A.M., Charlestown ; Almon Gun- 
nison, D.D., Worcester ; Rev. William M. Thayer, Frank- 
lin ; Lyman Darling, Pawtucket, R. I. ; A. E. Dennison, 
A.M., Cambridgeport ; Rev. Charles J. White, Woonsocket, 
R. I. ; Joseph Merriam, Framingham ; Rev. W. F. Potter, 
South Framingham ; E. I. Comins, Worcester ; Hon. OIney 
Arnold, Pawtucket, R. I. ; S. E. Woodbridge, North Cam- 
bridge. 

Board of Instruction. — Lester L. Burrington, A.M., Prin- 
cipal, Chase Professor of Latin and Greek ; Howard R. Bur- 
rington, A.M., Associate Principal, Goddard Professor of 
Mathematics and Latin; Chas. H. Cambridge, A.B., Pro- 
fessor of Science; Mrs. Eva A. Southwick, Teacher of 
Elocution and German ; Miss Sarah A. Hamlin, Preceptress, 
Teacher of Literature and History; Edith S. Cushing, 
Teacher of French and English ; James M. Tracy, Professor 
of Instrumental Music; Mrs. Minnie Little, Teacher of 
Vocal Music ; Mina K. Goddard, Teacher of Drawing and 
Painting. 

The courses of study are : English, of three years ; aca- 
demic, of four years ; college preparatory, of four years. 
A preparatory course of one year is arranged for those not 
fitted to enter one of the regular courses. Special attention 
is given to fitting students for the College. 

Terms, including all expenses of board, lights, heat, 
instruction, etc., but exclusive of ornamental branches and 
washing, per year, $200, divided as follows: First and 
second terms, 870 each ; third term, 860. Ornamental 
branches. Drawing, Painting and Music, extra, but reason- 
able. 

Calendar. — Winter term begins Tuesday, Dec. 9, 1890. 
Spring term begins Tuesday, March 17, 1801. Founder's 
Day, February 18. Graduating exercises, Thursday, June 
11, 1891. 



64 UKIYEBSALIST HEGISTEB. 



GODDABD SEMDTABY. 

The seminary is situated at Barre, Vt., six miles from 
Montpelier, and is easy of access by rail from points within 
the State or at a distance. 

Four courses of study are offered. The academic course 
includes a knowledge of the ordinary English branches and 
the sciences, with at least two years spent on languages. 
By omitting the languages, an English course is formed sim- 
ilar to the ordinary course in schools of this grade. The 
college preparatory course fits the student for any college, 
while including some useful studies not required for admis- 
sion. The collegiate course is designed for such students as 
do not purpose attending College, but desire the best educa- 
tion a secondary school can give them. There is opportunity 
in this course, therefore, for studying the ancient and modem 
languages, mathematics, science, English literature, rhetoric 
and history. 

Each of the courses occupies four years, and a diploma is 
given at the completion of any one of them. 

Both sexes are admitted. The atmosphere of the school 
is made as home-like as possible, while suitable restraints 
are imposed. A multiplicity of rules is avoided, however; 
much being left to each student's honor and sense of pro- 
priety. 

The department of instrumental music is conducted by 
Miss L. M. Kendall, whose method of daily lessons results 
in assured progress. The reputation of this department is 
very high. Diplomas will be given to students satisfactorily 
completing the course in Music. 

Vocal music is taught by Mrs. Etta Besse Miller, a con- 
tralto soloist of reputation, and a teacher of experience. 
Her work gives general satisfaction. 

The school is supplied with anatomical models, charts, 
globes, microscope, a cabinet of minei-als, apparatus for 
chemistry and natural philosophy, and a library of seventeen 
hundred volumes. 

Fund. — The permanent fund amounts to about $23,000, 
and will be materially increased by the bequest of the lal« 
Mrs. Almira Smith of Ban*e. 

Expenses. — Board, $3.50 r^' w^aV. indnding room-rentt 



UKIYSRSALIST REGISTER. 85 

steam heat, light and washing. The charge for tuition aver- 
ages about S9 per term. Ten free scholarships pay the 
tuition of those pupils meeting the requirements. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ W. R. Shipman, D.D., 
Tufts College, Mass. ; Seeretaryj George W. Tilden, Barre ; 
Rev. S. A. Parker, Bethel ; L. F. Aldrich, Barre ; David 
W. Mower, Barre; Charles Templeton, Barre; Hon. R. S. 
Taft, Williston, ; J. M. Haynes, St. Albans ; Hon. A. T. 
Foster, Derby Line; Hon. Clark King, Montpelier; Ira C. 
Calef , Washington ; S. F. Frary, Strafford ; Miles Morrison, 
Barre; Rev. J. E. Wright, Montpelier; A. J. Hollister, 
North Montpelier; E. J. Whitcomb, Ludlow ; C. H. Eaton, 
D.D., New York, N. Y. ; George W. Berry, Boston, Mass., 
B. W. Braley, M.D., Barre; Wm. Farwell, Barre; B. P. 
White, East Calais ; Rev. ¥j. Smiley, Richmond ; Rev. Geo. 

8. Guernsey, Rochester ; Edson Farnham, Shoreham ; Geo. 
E. HoUister, Marshfield ; Hon. W. S. Martin, Plainfield; 
S. O. Wells, Barre ; E. B. Kimball, Burlington ; Albert 
Johonnot, Montpelier ; Arthur W. Peirce, Barre. 

Board of Teachers. — D. L. Maulsby, Principal, and 
Teacher of Greek, Elocution, Mental and floral Philosophy ; 
Arthur W. Pierce, Latin and English Literature; O. K, 
Hollister, Mathematics and Science ; Mrs. M. B. Aitcheson, 
Preceptress, and Teacher of History and English ; Miss 
Flora M. Smith, English Branches ; Miss Grace B. Aitcheson, 
French, German and Gymnastics ; Miss Martha E. Calef , 
Painting and Drawing; Miss L. M. Kendall, Piano and 
Organ ; Mrs. Etta Besse Miller, Vocal Music; J. M. Kent, 
Penmanship. 

Calendar. — The school year has forty weeks. Winter 
term begins Tuesday,. December 9; closes Monday, March 

9, 1891. Spring term begins Wednesday, March 18 ; closes 
Wednesday, June 24. 

Catalogues and other information may be had by address- 
ing the Principal at Barre. 



westbbooe: seminabt and femai.e college. 

This is a boarding and day school for both sexes, chartered 
as Westbrook Seminary in 1831, and opened for instruction 



86 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

in 1834. It is very easy of access, situated in Deering, Me., 
two and one-half miles from Portland. 

The buildings are Goddard Hall for gentlemen, Hersey 
Hall for ladies, a dining-hall connecting the two, the Semi- 
nary building and a chapel. Extensive repairs have been 
made in Goddard Hall during the past summer, through th« 
generosity of Mrs. Goddard. Five thousand dollars have 
been expended, and the Hall is supplied with all modem 
Improvements. It is also newly furnished with ash and 
oak sets. The Universalist Church is on the seminary 
grounds. 

The boarding and dining halls are heated by steam and 
have other conveniences, and accommodations for two 
hundred boarders. The Seminary building contains a 
general school-room, recitation-rooms, laboratory, and a 
cabinet of minerals and curiosities. The library is in 
Hersey Hall. 

The institution offers five courses of study : a common 
English course for one year, a higher English for three years, 
the college preparatory, the scientific and the ladies* classical 
course, each of four years. Diplomas are given to thoB« 
completing any of the higher courses^ and degrees are con- 
ferred by State authority on ladies who complete either the 
scientific or the ladies' classical course. Special attention ii 
given to preparing students for college. 

Expenses. — Board, including fuel and lights, $3 per week. 
Tuition, $9.50 per term of fourteen weeks. The regular 
school expenses, not including ornamental branches and 
modern languages, for the full school year, vary from $155 
to $170. 

Officers of the Corporation. -;— Hon. Henry Lord, 
President; Alfred Woodman, Esq., Vice-President ; Charles 
S. Fobes, Treasurer; Hon. Augustus G. Moulton, Secretary ; 
Alfred Woodman, Auditor; William R. French, D.D., 
Corresponding Secretary, 

Trustees. — Merritt B. Coolidge, A.M., Deering; Hon. 
Jesse Davis, Lisbon; Henry R. Virgin, A.B., Portland; 
Nathaniel K. Sawyer, Esq., Deering; William R. French, 
D.D., Turner Centre; Hon. Sidney Perham, Paris; Charles 
S. Fobes, A.M., Portland; Alfred Woodman, Esq., Port- 
land ; Edwin M. Fuller, M.D., Bath ; Rufus Dunham, Esq,, 




UKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 87 

Deering ; Hon. Ara Cushman, Auburu ; Henry Blanchard, 
D.D., Portland; Hon. Henry Lord, Bangor; Mrs. George 
W. Martin, Hallowell ; Hon. Fabius M. Ray, Saccarappa ; 
Mrs. C» A. Quimby, Angusta ; Hon. Augustus F. Moulton, 
Portland ; T. S. Winslow, Deering ; Hon. John P. Swasy, 
Canton ; Hon. M. P. French, Portland. 

Board of Instructiori and Government. — A. B. Allen, A. 
M., Acting President, and Teacher of Mental and Moral Phil- 
osophy, Greek Languages ; Henry B. Stone, Ph.B., Teacher 
of Natural Sciences and Higher Mathematics ; Miss D. N. 
Morton, L.A., Preceptress, and Teacher of French, German 
and Rhetoric; Miss Annie Nichols, L.A., Teacher of Bot- 
any and Greek; Miss Rose Bennet, L.A., Teacher of Latin 
and Mathematics; Mrs. A. B. Allen, M.M., Teacher of In- 
atrumental and Yocal Music, Painting and Drawing ; Miss 
Helen L. Coe, Teacher of Elocution. 

Terms and Calendar for 1S90-91. — The academic year 
is divided into three tenns : Two of fourteen and one of 
ten weeks. First (Fall) Term, 1890, begins Tuesday, Sept. 
2 ; ends Friday, December 5. Second (Winter) Term, 
begins Tuesday, December 30 ; ends Friday, March 6, 1891. 
Third (Spring) term begins Tuesday, March 17; ends Fri- 
day, June 19. Examinations, Monday, Tuesday and Wed- 
nesday, June 15, 16 and 17. Commencement, June 18, 
1891. Fall Term, 1891, begins Tuesday, Sept. 1. 



PERIODICALS. 

1. The Christian Leader, a quarto of eight pages, is 
published every Thursday at Boston, Mass., by the Univer- 
aalist Publishing House, at $2.50 a year, in advance. G. H. 
Emerson, D.D., editor; L M. Atwood., D.D., A. Gunnison, 
D.D., O. F. Saflford, D.D., Rev. L. C. Browne and Mrs. J. 
L. Patterson, contributing editors. 

2. The Gospel Banker, a quarto of eight pages, now 
in its fifty-sixth volume, is published every Thursday at 
Augusta, Me., by the B. A. Mead Company, at $2 a year, 
In advance. Rev. I. J. Mead, editor. 

3. The Universalist, a quarto of eight pages, is pub- 



80 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

ber, 1890. Miss Nellie Hill Otis is at the head of the Vocal 
School. The number of pupils studying music at the Insti- 
tute last year was eighty-two. The course in Elocution is 
unreservedly recommended to those who desire to make a 
specialty of this branch. The Art department is admirably 
equipped with casts, copies, etc. ; the instruction is thorough. 
The studio consists of a suite of four rooms. The course in 
the Porter School of Business Training is one of the best of 
the kind offered anywhere. Common English receives par- 
ticular attention. Students are prepared for any College. 
Excellent courses in Literature, Rhetoric and History. 
Working Laboratory for students in Chemistry and Physics. 

Besides a preparatory year in common English, the school 
provides nine regular courses, viz. : The collegiate, four 
years ; the academic, three years ; the college preparatory, 
three years ; the literary and musical, three years ; the busi- 
ness, length six months at least ; piano, three years ; vocal, 
three years ; art, three years, elocution, two years. These 
will be found outlined in the school catalogue. 

Expenses, for board, tuition, church sitting, furnished 
room and washing, from $210 to $220 per year. Reduced 
rates to children of clei*gymen. 

The School is located in one of the most delightful and 
healthful portions of the Mohawk Valley, about midway 
between Albany and Utica, on the New York Central and 
West Shore railroads. Twelve passenger trains from the 
West and twelve from the East stop at Fort Plain daily. 

Students under thirteen years of age are not admitted. 

Board op Trustees. — President^ Amasa H. Martin^ 
North Bloomfield; Secretary^ Rev. Daniel Ballon, Utica; 
Charles Benedict, Little Falls ; Henry C. Lyman, M.D.^ 
Sherburne ; D. D. Youmans, New York ; John Finehout^ 
Canajoharie ; Edwin W. Wood, Fort Plain ; Reuben Elwood, 
Fort Plain ; Lester M. Weller, Fort Plain ; Asa Saxe, D.D., 
Rochester ; W. I. Scott, Bridgewater ; Rev. A. B. Hervey, 
Ph.D., Canton. 

Factdty. — Charles V. Parsell, A.M., President; Anna C. 
Marston, Lady Principal. Sixteen competent instructors 
are employed in the various departments appertaining to a 
first-class academic institution. 

The value of the buildings, grounds and equipment is at 



UKIYEBSALIST REQISTEB. 81 

least $125,000. The other property consists of the general 
endowment of $25,000 and the John Westover Scholarship 
Fund of $10,000. The income of the Scholarship Fund is 
used (1) for the benefit of students fitting for the Theo- 
logical School at Canton, N. Y., and pursuing college 
preparatory studies ; and (2) for the benefit of students of 
limited means who are not preparing for the ministry, but 
whose parents are Universalists. 

Catalogues, with full information, can be had on applica- 
tion to the President, Fort Plain, N. Y. 



GBEEN MOUNTAIN PEBKINS ACADEMY. 

This school is situated in the pleasant and quiet village of 
South Woodstock, Vt., seven miles west of Uartland (Cen- 
tral Vermont Railroad) and five miles south of Woodstock 
(Woodstock Railroad from White River Junction) , connected 
with the latter place by stage. 

It was incorporated in 1848, and has since been in success- 
ful operation, graduating meanwhile many men whose names 
stand high on the roll of honor of the Universallst denomina- 
tion. 

The school is open to both sexes, and offers three com- 
plete courses of study : English, three years ; classical, three 
years; and ladies' collegiate, four years. The English 
course fits young gentlemen and ladies for business or the 
requirements of home life ; the classical course is sufficient 
for admission to any College in the country ; while the 
ladies' collegiate course offers every advantage to those 
desirous of pursuing an extended study of Latin, German, 
French and higher English. Special courses can be taken 
if desired. Excellent advantages are offered for the study 
of Music, Elocution, Drawing and Penmanship. Composi- 
tions, Declamations, Reading and Spelling are required in 
each course. All the members of the school receive daily 
instruction in Light Gymnastics, and the young ladies in 
Etiquette. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Rev. J. F. Simmons, 
Woodstock ; Vice President ^ I. T. Fullerton, South Wood- 
stock ; Treasurer^ L. C. Kendall, South Woodstock ; Secre- 



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UNIYERSALIST REOI8TBB. 



latter, owing to errors in eDumeration last year, and to the 
fact that the figures belonging to some states have long 
been erroneous, but, for lack of information, have been 
repeated year after 3'ear. 



TABULAR VIEW OF SCHOOLS AND COLLROB8. 



NAMB. 


Location. 


Date of In. 
corporation. 


2I • 


• 
9 

do 
"Si 


Til 


TufU College, 


Tttfta College, Haaa., 


1862 


15 


124 




Tbe Divinity School of Tufta 
College, .... 


Tnlta College, Maaa., 


1857 


8 


> 


$1,200,000 


St. Lawrence Unlveralty, . 


Canton, N.Y., . 


1850 


7 


84 


154,092 


The Canton Theological 
School, .... 


Canton, N. Y., . 


1866 


4 


•28 


166,905 


Lombard Unlveralty, . 
The Ryder Divinity School, . 


Galeaburg, III., 
Galeaburg, 111., 


1852 
1881 


12 
6 


188) 
16) 


245.000 


Buehtel College, . 


Akron, Ohio, . 


1871 


21 


265t 


500,000 


Clinton Liberal Inatltute, . 


Fort Plain, N.y., . 


1831 


16 


150 


160,000 


Oroen Mountain Perklna 
Academy 


So. Woodatock, Vt., 


1848 


2 


22 


10,000 


Dean Academy, . 


Franklin, Maaa., 


1865 


11 


136 


260,000 


Ooddard Seminary, 


Barre, Vt., 


186S 


10 


110 


80,000 


Weatbrook Seminary and 
Female College, . 


Deering, Me., . 

• « • • ■ 


1831 


7 


125 


100,000 


ToUla, ... 12 


- 


118 


1,231 


$2,865,007 



* Add 5 noo«realdent atadenta. 
t In regular couraea. ' 



UKIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 



91 



THE UNIVERSALIS! PUBLISHING HOUSE. 

so West Strbbt, Boston, Mass. 

WJSSTERy BBAKCff. 
80 Dbabbobn Stbbkt, Roomi 40 and 41, Chioaoo, III. 



This House was incorporated in 1872, and holds all its property 
for the use and benefit of the Unlversalist Church. It is managed 
by a board of twenty-one Trustees; who hold office until their resig- 
nation, or remoral from the State from which they were elected. 
Vacancies may be filled by the State Convention which the Trustees 
represented; such State Convention failing to fill said vacancies 
within one year, the Trustees shall do so at their next annual meet- 
ing thereafter. Fourteen .of the Trustees belong in Massachusetts, 
two in Rhode Island, and one each in Maine, New Hampshire, 
Vermont, Connecticut and New York. 



TBUSTBES. 

Rev. A. A. MiincR, D.D.» LL.D., PrttidetUt Boiton, MuA. 
JoHV D. W. Joy, Treamrert Boston, Mats. 



Cbas. B. Cabpbntbb, Providence, R. I. 
Rev. Oboboe Hill, Norwood, Mass. 
Hon. Nbwton Talbot, Boston, Mass. 
Hon. MosBs Humphbbt, Concord, N.H. 
Mrs. C. M.Baitteb, TafU College, Mass. 
WiLLLiif H. PiKKBT, Boston, Mass. 
Bbbn Alsxahdbr, Roxbnry, Mass. 
Eev. D. M. HODOE, New York, N. Y. 
Bev. W. S.WooDBRii>OB,Medford,MasB. 



Hon. Olnbt Arnold, Pawtnckefc, B. I. 
A. M. CoFP, Maiden, Mass. 
JosBPH D. WiLDB, Melrose, Mass. 
Hon. T. J. BOABDMAN, Hartford, Conn. 
Hon. B. F. Bndicott, Chelsea, Mass. 
H. D. Williams, West Rozbury, Mass. 
R. A. BALLon, Newton Centre, Mass. 
KoBBBT M. Bailbt, Boston, Mass. 



The first nine persons named in the foregoing list constitute a 
Board of Directors. There are two vacancies. 



Thomas H. Abmstbono, Clerk of Corpcraiion, Boston, Mass. 
Chablbs Catbblt, General Agent. 

The net assets of the House are about $70,000, consisting of 
periodicals, books, plates, etc. It publishes and owns the titles and 
copyrights of one hundred and fifty volumes and six periodicals: 
viz., the Christian Leader, the Universalist, the Quarterly, the Sun- 
day-School Helper, the Myrtle, and the Universaliat Begister. 



92 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



NECROLOGY. 

The deaths of the following-named preachers, or former 
preachers in the Universalist Church, eighteen in all, have 
occurred since the Register for 1890 went to press. We 
preface the list with a notice of one who died in 1888. 
Limited space necessitates only a brief mention of each. 

Isaac M. Westfall, M.D., born in Miami Co., Ohio, 
March 18, 1821, died at Watertown, Dakota, Dec. 29, 1888. 
Early in life he gave some attention to the study of medi- 
cine, but becoming deeply interested in Universalism, fitted 
himself for the ministry and Was ordained at Franklin, Iowa, 
Aug. 3, 1845. His first settlement was at Iowa City, but 
he also spent much time in general missionary work in the 
territory. He was next at Macomb, 111., afterwards at 
Lafayette, Ind., and then as missionary in Minnesota. R€- 
newing his interest in the study of medicine, he settled again 
in Macomb, 111., where he could enjoy the benefit of a medi- 
cal school. Returning to Rochester, Minn., he practised 
medicine a few years, and again resumed missionary labors. 
About ten years ago he made his home at Watertown, Dak., 
where he was for a few years a city official. For a short 
time he was associated with Rev. Erasmus Manford in edit- 
ing the " Western Universalist and Christian Teacher," 
published in Lafayette, Ind., 1844-9. 

Harvey Boughton, born at Kelloggsville, N. Y., Feb. 19, 
1815, died at Silver Springs, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1889. He 
was fortunate in his birth, having Universalist parents, and 
early in life he selected the ministry in the Universalist 
Church as his vocation. His theological training was under 
the direction of George W. Montgomery, D.D., and he was 
fellowshipped by the Cayuga Association in September 1835. 
In September, 1837, he was ordained at Scipio, N. Y. His 
pastorates were at Scipio (twice), Watertown, Farmer's Vil- 
lage, N. Y. ; Brooklyn, Penn., and Macedon, N. Y. Owing 
to paralysis of the vocal organs, he was compelled to relin- 
quish public services in the winter of 1883. During the late 
Rebellion Mr. Boughton was in service a little more than a 
year, as chaplain of the 97th Regiment, colored troops, but 
resigned on the death of his oldest son, who was an oflScer 
in the same regiment. ^'As a clergyman he was always 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 98 

dignified and earnest. As a pastor he was a most success- 
ful peacemaker ; harmony always prevailed in his parishes. 
As a preacher he was specially gifted in expression, always 
using the choicest language. His sermons were all of the 
class denominated spiritual. Those who listened to them 
regularly soon found it a duty to enter the Christian Church. 
As an organizer of churches he was very successful." 

Henrt Scott White, born in Boston, Mass., Feb. 14, 
1861, died in Boston, Dec. 14, 1889. He was a student in 
Tufts Divinity School, and held a license to preach. He 
had supplied several pulpits while connected with the school, 
and had given indications of power for great influence ; but, 
before completing his course of study, he was stricken with 
what proved to be incurable disease, and after a year of severe 
illness, borne with great patience and fortitude, he passed 
on to the heavenly home. A true Christian man, he would 
have achieved great success and have honored the Christian 
ministry, had his life been prolonged on the earth. 

Horatio Nelson Strong, born Sept. 1, 1805, died at 
Lancaster, Wis., Jan. 1, 1890. He was ordained in the 
Methodist Church in Ohio in 1825. In 1841 he joined the 
Swedenborgians, and preached in their connection until 
1872, when he was fellowshipped by the Univcrsalists. He 
had no pastoral settlement with us, but preached as oppor- 
tunity served till about 1885, when growing infirmities put a 
stop to his public labors. 

Benjamin Marshall Tillotson, born in Oxford, Me., 
March 20, 1819, died at White River Junction, Vt., Jan. 
17, 1890. His early education was obtained in the district 
and town schools, at the academy in Plain field, N. U., and 
the seminary at Newbury, Vt. Entering the employ of the 
late Eli Ballon, D.D., in the printing office of the "Chris- 
tian Repository," the purpose he had already formed to fit 
himself for the ministry received fresh incitement. His first 
sermon was preached in his native town, in 1841, and he 
was ordained at Concord, Vt., in the summer of 1843. His 
• first pastorate, begun at Manchester, N. H., in 1844, con- 
tinued till the fall of 1859, when he became pastor of the 
Second Church in Philadelphia, and two years later took 
charge of the 2d Society in Manchester, N. H., until 1871. 



94 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

He then removed to St. Johnsbury, Yt., where he was pastor 
twelve years. Then, after a pastorate of five years at 
Woodstock, Vt., he had charge of parishes at Pomfret, En- 
field Centre and White River Junction; preaching his last 
sermon Dec. 15, 1889. A severe cold, taken two months 
before, developed into ulceration of the throat and stomach, 
rendering it impossible for him to receive nourishment. 
A man of commanding presence, unusual gifts of intellect, 
a sympathetic speaker, and possessing rare social qualities, 
he filled a large place, and is greatly missed in his home 
and in the Church at large. 

William Knott, born in Oldham, Lancashire, Eng., died 
in Friendship, N. Y., Jan. 80, 1890. He was of Methodist 
parentage, and at one time meditated entering the ministry 
of that Church ; but, on becoming acquainted with English 
Unitarianism, he cordially embraced its theology. His prep- 
aration for the mipistry began at New College, Manchester, 
Eng. In 1866 he came to America, and finished his theo- 
logical course in the Unitarian School at Meadville, Penn. 
His first settlement was at Smithville, Ontario, Can., and 
preaohing a portion of the time at Port Dover, He was 
ordained in the Universalist fellowship at Orino, Ontario, 
June 16, 1869. He had two pastorates of three years each 
in Clarendon, N. Y., a three years' pastorate in Webster, 
and also labored as pastor in Scipio, Ridge way, and Leroy, 
in the same State. He was well equipped for his work, and 
was industrious, sincere and effective as preacher and pastor. 
Rev. Dr. Livermore, president of the Meadville School, thus 
speaks of him : '' No one that I have ever known seemed 
more fully steeped and possessed by the spirit of Christ 
than Mr. Knott. It shone in every look, and breathed in 
every tone of his voice. That such a man should do good 
in his ministry was as natural as breathing ; and, had he 
enjoyed more vigorous health and strength, he would have 
filled up to the full the measure of usefulness to which he 
aspired." 

GusTAvus Vasa Maxham, born in Pomfret, Vt., June 29, 
1829, died in Monson, Mass., March 10, 1890. He was a 
graduate of the Meadville Theological School (Unitarian), 
and was ordained in 1850. His pastorates were at Erie, 
Penn. ; Medford, Mass. ; New Haven and Stafford, Conn. 



UKIYEBSALIST REQISTER. 95 

In all these places he had charge, entirely or in part, of the 
public schools. He ceased to be active in the ministry about 
four years ago, although he preached occasionally until a 
short time before his death. ^* A great, peaceful, contented 
soul was his, loving actually all mankind, and leaving on 
record or in memory not one hasty or unloving word." 

Alexander Hill, who died at West Paris, Me., March 
18, 1890, aged eighty years, came into the Universalist 
fellowship from the Baptist ministry, in 1857. He was an 
exemplary Christian, and lived a long and useful life, 
making a record on which bis kindred and friends dwell 
with great satisfaction. 

James Chandler Partridge, bom in Templeton, Mass., 
Sept. 1, 1822, died at Nyack, N. Y., May 16, 1890. He was 
a licentiate of the New York Convention, his license bearing 
date 1874, and held by him until failing health some four 
years ago compelled its surrender. He was a man of good 
gifts and abilities, and leaves a precious remembrance of his 
work and his worth. 

JuDsoN Fisher, born at Walpole, N. H., Nov. 13, 1824, 
died at Alton, 111., May 18, 1890. He was ordained at Hart- 
land, Yt., Nov. 22, 1849. His subsequent pastorates were 
at Marlborough, N. H. ; Shclburne Falls, Mass. ; Alstead, 
Lebanon, N. H. ; Janesville, Whitewater, Monroe, Wis. ; 
Alton, Sheffield, 111. ; and Cincinnati, O. ; the three last 
being Unitarian parishes. The cause of his death was 
chronic bronchitis. His intimate acquaintance and friend 
for many years, Rev.- Dr. J. S. Lee, says : '' Mr. Fisher was 
a conscientious, even-minded man. He ever sought the 
good of his fellow-men. During the latter half of his 
ministry of more than forty years he labored with the 
Unitarians, though I do not know that he ever severed 
his connection with the Universalist denomination, in which 
he was educated and ordained. Whatever his denominational 
relations, he could not be anything but a Universalist in 
sentiment." 

John Stephen Fall, bom in Chatham, N. B., June 25, 
1828, died at Minneapolis, Minn., May 27, 1890. A Metho- 
dist in early life, he became a believer in Universalism a few 
years after establishing himself in mercantile business in 



96 UKIYEBSALIST REOISTEB. 

MinneBota, in 1855 ; and, entering the Theological School 
at Canton, N. Y., graduated therefrom in 1870. He was 
ordained at Milwaukee, Wis., June 8, 1871, and had pas- 
torates in the following order : Racine and Neenah - Men- 
asha. Wis. ; Dowagiac, Mich. ; Lafayette, Ind. ; a second 
settlement at Dowagiac, Mich. ; and Wausau, Wis. While 
at Wausau his health became impaired, and he was com- 
pelled to retire from the active ministry in 1883, at which 
time he returned to Minneapolis to reside, and during the 
remainder of his days preached as he found strength and 
opportunity, freely giving his services to advance the cause 
in Minnesota. His last illness was of brief duration, and 
his death was caused by congestion of the lungs. He was 
an earnest preacher, and a man of great persistence in fitting 
himself for usefulness, and patience in bearing life's ills and 
trials. 

James Johnson Twiss, born Oct. 12, 1820, died at Whit- 
man, Mass., July 14, 1890. He was ordained at Danvers, 
Mass., Jan. 25, 1846, and had settlements at Noi*th Granby, 
Winstead, Stamford, Stafford, Conn. ; Springfield, New Bed- 
ford, Lowell, Mass. ; Norwich, Conn. ; and Auburn, N. Y. 
In 1875 he took charge of the Unitarian Church at Chelms- 
ford, Mass., and during the remainder of his life preached 
in the fellowship of that denomination. He was a man of 
fine attainments, pleasing address and excellent Christian 
character. 

Adin Ballou, born in Cumberland, R. I., April 23, 1803, 
died at Hopedale, Mdss., Aug. 5, 1890. After a religious 
experience in boyhood, whose influence on his life and 
character never ceased, he joined the so-called " Christian 
Connexion," at twelve years of age, preached his first ser- 
mon just after he had entered his nineteenth year, and was 
<' soon after accepted as an approved minister" of that sect. 
At this time he believed that some of the race would be 
^* finally impenitent,*' and that their doom would be annihi- 
lation. In a short time, by reading and attempting to 
controvert the doctrines defended in Elhanan Winchester'-s 
^'Dialogues on Universal Restoration," Mr. Ballou found, 
as he says, '' that I must amend my theological finalities 
and substitute Eestorationism for Destructionism,'* He then 
entered the Universalist ministry, and had pastoral settle- 
ozdnts in Milford, Mass., New York .City, and again im 



UNIVERSALIST REOI8TSB. 97 

Milford. In 1831 he was one of the leaders in what is 
known as the '^ Restorationist secession" from our Church ; 
and, during the ten years which that organized movement 
lasted, he was intensely active in promoting its interests, 
not only with his voice but also with his pen as editor of its 
organ, ^^ The Independent Messenger." From 1831 he had 
a pastorate at Mendon, Mass., eleven years, then in Hope- 
dale from 1842 to 1880. Since that time until shortly before 
his death he preached at large, as health would permit. 
Active for many years in the *^ great leading reforms, — 
temperance, anti-slavery, woman's rights, the peace cause, 
and practical Christian socialism," — he was led by his 
interest in the latter to engage in the establishment at Hope- 
dale of ^^ a practical Christian community." In 1887 he 
wrote of his sixty-six years as a preacher: '^During this 
long ministry I have delivered a vast number of sermons and 
lectures, have officiated at nearly 2,500 funerals, solemnized 
nearly 1,150 marriages, edited three several periodicals for 
terms amounting to about thirty years of time, executed as 
author three large octavo volumes, several smaller-sized 
ones, with pamphlets and tracts too numerous to mention, 
also several volumes stored away in manuscript for posterity." 
Although, as the above shows, Mr. Ballon was not for many 
years connected with our denominational organization, he 
was a firm believer in, and eloquent defender of, the doc- 
trines set forth in the Winchester Profession of Faith, and 
was a man of consecrated life and of unwearied and suc- 
cessful effort in doing good. 

Nelson Alvin Saxton, born in Lewis County, N. Y., 
July 26, 1831, died at Marshall, Mich., Aug. 18, 1890. 
For several years of early manhood he was a school teacher, 
but, feeling called to the ministry, was ordained at Laporte, 
O., Aug. 26, 1860, and had pastoral settlements at Westfield, 
O., Lambertville, Mich., Blanchester, and Belleville, O., 
Manchester, Mich., Bluffton, Ind., and Marshall, Mich. 
For two years he was State missionary of Ohio, and preached 
in many localities ; but his places of residence are named 
above. He was also a volunteer in the service of his country 
one year during the late war. His last ministerial service 
— a union temperance sermon — was rendered in the Pres- 
byterian Church in Marshall, on the evening of the first 
Sunday in June. His last sickness was distressingly pain- 



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98 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

ful, and he felt assured from its beginning that it was a 
sidcness unto death. Calmly making all needful arrange- 
ments, he waited patiently the coming of the hour of release. 
A brother minister who knew him well thus writes concern- 
ing him : ^' A faithful minister of the Lord Jesus Christ, 
and an exemplary, God-fearing and Christ-loving brother, 
has been called home. The Church is licher for his life, 
and in his death he leaves us a legacy of a spotless life, a 
pure character and an untarnished ministry. He rests from 
his labors, and his works follow him." 

JosiAH Crosby Waldo, bom in Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 
5, 1803, died at New London, Conn., Aug. 28, 1890. Edu- 
cated at Chesterfield, N. H., Academy, he studied for the 
ministry under the direction of Rev. Hosea Ballon. His 
first settlement was at Cincinnati, O., where he was ordained 
in 1827. Afterwards he had pastorates at Lynn, West 
Cambridge, Mass. ; Troy, N. Y. ; New London, Conn. He 
retired from active ministerial service several years ago. 

Abel Fletcher, born in Richmond, Va., Feb. 22, 1820, 
died at Massillon, O., August 13, 1890. He was ordained in 
1842, and had settlements in Lynchburg, Va., and Weare, 
N. H. For several years he itinerated at Harper's Ferry, 
Shepherdstown, and other localities in Virginia. About 
1850 he went into secular business in Massillon, O., and 
shortly after was, by accident, deprived of eyesight. Cheer- 
ful, hopeful, resigned in the midst of all his troubles, he 
maintained an unsullied reputation, and was ever a genial, 
sincere and Christian man. 

Mary Thomas Clark, born in Sydd, Kent, Eng., Dec. 24, 
1814, died in Richmond, Ind., Sept. 15, 1890. In early life 
an Episcopalian, she afterwards became a Baptist, and, out- 
growing that creed, she found for several years a congenial 
home with the Progressive Friends, among whom she became 
a preacher. In 1851 she emigrated to America, and, while 
living in Dublin, Ind., twenty years later, her attention was 
drawn to Universalism, into the belief of which she soon 
grew '' by Bible study and soul conviction,'' as she expressed 
it; and was fellowshipped by the Universalist Convention 
of Indiana in 1875, since which time she has been '^ a zeal- 
ous and consistent advocate of the gospel of peace and 
reconciliation." Her pastorate for several years was in the 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 99 

thurches of Mt. Carmel, Union^ Ireland and Fairfield. 
During the last seven years she gave herself to missionary 
work, and, notwithstanding her increasing years and infirm- 
ities, travelled far and wide all over the State, proclaiming 
the Gospel she loved. She was a woman of great energy, 
and her zeal and usefulness bore precious fruit. She was 
widely known and greatly beloved. 

Lemuel Hutchins Tabor, born at Topsham, Vt., Dec. 
S, 1809, died at Bryant's Pond, Me., Sept. 27, 1890. He 
Btudied for the ministry under Rev. Kittredge Haven, was 
fellowshipped by the Champlain Association in June, 1837, 
and was ordained at Calais, Vt., in June, 1838. His pas- 
torates were at Calais, Plainfield, St. Johnsbury, Lyndon, 
Burke, West Charleston, Derby Line, West Concord, Vt. ; 
Norway, Me. ; West Burke, Island Pond, Vt. ; Bryant's 
Pond, Me. He represented West Concord in the Vermont 
Legislature in 1860, 1861 and 1862. and was Senator from 
Essex County, in 1864-65. '^ He had a long and successful 
ministry, and not a few are they who will affectionately 
recall the memory of him who has been with them in seasons 
of joy and grief." 

Samuel William Eaton, bom in Concord, Erie County, 
K.Y., Nov. 7, 1815, died at Rochester, Minn., Oct. 12, 1890. 
In his early life he was a Methodist, his parents being of 
that persuasion. He preached his first sermon in 1842, 
at which time he had become a believer in Universalism, 
*' and thereafter, as the opportunity offered, supplying Uni- 
ver«ftlist pulpits or speaking in school-houses where he could 
obtain a hearing for the faith ' everywhere spoken against.' " 
He was ordained at Princeton, Wis., Dec. 24, 1860. After 
that time he preached several years in towns adjacent to his 
own, and supplied frequently the church in Rochester, to 
whose interests he was always devoted, and in the upbuild- 
ing of which he lent valuable and untiring aid." At the 
breaking out of the War of the Rebellion he rendered sei-vice 
to his country as a journalist. He has also held various 
positions of trust and honor in the city and county where 
he made his home. ^' He commanded universal respect," 
says his pastor, the Rev. W. H. McGlauflin, '^ and those 
who disagreed with him never had occasion to suspect his 
■prightness, and never was the charge of unfaithfulness laid 
at his door. " 



100 UNIVERSAXISr BEOISTEB. 



AliFEABETIOAL LIST OF UNIVEBSALIST FBEAOHESS, 
WITH THEIE POST-OFTIOE ADDBE88E8. 

(CORBBOTBD TO NOT. I, 1890.) 



[This list Inelades ministers in fellowship, either directly with the General Con. 
▼ention or with a Uniyersallst State Convention. The names of licentiates are 1a 
italica. Names in italiett with an asterisk (*) prefixed, denote licensed Lay Preaoh- 
ers. The date prefixed is the year of ordination, unless F (fellowshlpped) or L 
(licensed) is also prefixed.] 



1843 Abbott, Gideon Setb, . . . 802 E. Exchange St., Akron, Obio. 

1889 (L) Abbott, , H., A Canton, N. Y. 

1847 Abbott, Thomas Mt. Vernon, Ind. 

1836 Abell, Townsend Paoli, Camp Hill, Ala. 

1890 Adams, Franklin Eliba, . . . Port Dover, Ontario, Can. 

1870 Adams, George, Morris, N. Y. 

1872 Adams, John Coleman, D.D., . . 110 Ross fit., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1890 Albion, James Francis, . -^__i Palmer, Mass. 

1886 (F) Alcott, A. N., . . . T* 'Elgin. 111. 

1875 Aldrich, Randall Rosea Gailforct Me. 

1844 Alvord, Francis Milton Westfield. Pn. 

1884 Alvord, Otis Fries, Bidgeway, N. Y. 

1848 Ambler, Russell P.« De ^niak, Fla. 

1868 Amies, Joseph Hay, .... 915 Pine St., Scranton, Pa. 

1890 Andrew, Joseph Lean, Wansan, Wis. 

1889 Andrews, Frank C Cicero, N. Y. 

1879 Andrews. Ltndley M., Santa Paala, Cal. 

1881 Andrews, Mrs. Mary (Garard), Omaha, Neb. 

1877 Angell, Miss Caroline Eliza, Norway, Me. 

1853 Arms. Elias Ball, Garland, Ala. 

1890 (L) Ashley t Byron S., Mich. 

1834 Ashton, Samuel Binghamton, N. Y. 

1861 A t wood, Isaac Morgan, D.D., President, . . . Canton, N.Y. 

1890 (L) Atwoodf LutJier Weston^ Tnfts College, Mass. 

1881 Aubrey, Alfred John, Beyerly, Mass. 

1845 Austin, John Jenkins, San Jacinto, Cal. 

1888 Backus, Wilson M., Mason, Ohio. 

1871 Bacon, Joseph Frank, Portage, Wis. 

1861 Bacon, William Sherman Wyoming. Ohio. 

1881 Bailey. Miss Emma E., Mansiield, Pa. 

1840 Bailey, George Washington Springfield. Vt. 

1839 Baker, Jacob, . Sonth Weymouth. Mass. 

1890 Baldwin, Edward Payson, . . 329 Algona St., Osfikosh, Wis. 

1875 Ballard, Tilghman Ethan Crawfordsville, Ind. 

1837 Balllnger, Thomas, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

1862 Ballon, Daniel, Utica, N. Y. 

1865 Ballon, James Henry, Sonthold, N. Y. 



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1825 Ballon, Maosena B., 

1886 Barber. £lI1ott Bates, . 
1840 Barber, William Newell, 
1843 Barnes, Alfred, 
1877 Barnes, George M. Dallas, 

J880 Barnes, Gilbert Foster, . 

1881 Barnes. Gilbert W., 

1887 •{L) Bamew, Mra, Sarah If., 
1884 Bartholomew, John May, 

1889 Bartlett, Miss Ella Elizabeth, 

1890 Barton, Frank Eugene, . 
1851 Battles. Amonr, . 

(L) Bayley, R. C„ . . _ . 

1884 Beardffey, Oscar R., 

1884 Beckett, Albert R., . 

1889 Beem, Albert K.. . 
1883 Beem, Franklin K., 

1890 Bennett. Mrs. EUa, 
1886 Bette, Frederick William, 
1868 Bicknell. George Waters, 
1855 Biddle, Charles Wesley, D.D 

1880 Biggs, Samuel Royal Harrod 
1837 Biinngs. James, . . * 
1886 •(L) BilUnga, Mra. Mary C, 
1877 Bisbee, Fred Adelbert, . 
1849 Bishop, Joy. . 
1890 (L) Black, I. Parker, , 
1839 Blacker, Robert. . 

1873 Blackford, John HenxT, . 

1872 Blackford. Levi Paryfance, 
1857 Blanchard, Heilry. D.D., 
1854 Bolles, Edwin C, D.D., 29 

1874 Booth, Isaac Phillips, . 
1848 Borden, Thomas, . 

1888 •(L) Bowera, Avguatua C, 
Bowers. John M., • 

1875 Bowles, Mrs. Ada C, 
1848 Bowleg, Benjamin Franklin, 
1879 Bojnton, Lyman D , * . 
1845 Bradley, Cyrus Augnstns, 

1881 BrainaiV, Miss Carrie White 
1854 Bray ton. Jay J., 

1868 Briggs, Lewis Llewellyn, 
1874 (F) Brfgham. Leonard Warren 

1869 BrinkerhoflT, W. H., 
1857 Brooks, William Cathcart, 

1888 Brown, Henry N., . 
1863 Brown. Mrs. Olympia, . 
1835 Browne, Lewis Crebasa, 

1873 Brnnning, BeT\1amin, . 

1889 Bncklier, Franklin P., . 

1874 Bumell, WiUiam PerciTHl, 
1844 Bnrruss, John C^nshaw, 

1890 •(L) Buabv, Martin, . 
1879 Bush, Richard Perry, Jr., 
1803 Butler. Hyman Blanchard, . 
1881 Canfleld, Andrew Jackson, D.D., 



13 St. 



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Stonghton, Mass. 
. Bristol, N.Y. 
Granby Centre, N. Y. 
. Junction City, Kan. 
. . Raleigh, 111. 
James Place, Chicago, 111.- 
. Forked River, N. J. 
. Junction City, Kan. 
. Auburn, N. Y. 
. Madison, WiP. 
Bethel, Me. 
Bangor, Me. 
. 111. 
Hop*Bott6m, Pa. 
Oconee. 111. 
Plain City, Ohio. 
Livermore Fall8, Me. 
. Stony Brook, N. Y. 
215 South Av^, Syracuse, N. Y. 
261 Westford St., Lowell, Mass. 
^orth Cambridge, Mass. 
West Sdtuate, Mass. 
. . Hico, Tex. 
Hico, Tex. 
1620 Master St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

. Delphos, Kan. 
Hico, Tex. 
Bangor, Me. 
Eldorado, Ohio. 
Waltham, Mass. 
234 State St., Portland. Me. 
Sq., West, New York. N. Y. 
. 5orthfieId, Vt. 
. Albion, N. Y. 
Boone's Oreek, Tenn. 
West Bowersville, Ga. 
Abington, Mass. 
Abington,* Mass. 
Eastman Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 
South Brewster, Mass. 
Little Hocking, Ohio. 
. Nundn, N. Y. 
281 Boston St., Lf nn, Mass. 
803 Ferry St., Chicago, 111. 
Shellsburgs Iowa. 
. Sorrento, Fla. 
Dublin, Ind. 
Racine, Wis. 
Honeoyc Falls, N.Y. 
. H}^nni8, Mniss. 
' Leroy, Ohio. 
Provincetown, Mass. 
. Kotnsulga, Ala. 
Curtis, Miss. 
. Everett, Mass. 
Algom, Iowa. 
2815 Indiana Ave., Chicago, III. 



102 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

1859 Canfleld, Henry LoTcll, D.D., BeUTllle, Ohio. 

1888 Canfield, Harry L., .... 319 Sammit St., Toledo, Ohio. 

1858 Cantwell, John Simon, D.D., . 3740 Langley Aye., Chicago, III. 
1885 Capen, Elmer Hewitt, D.D., President, . . Tnfts College, Mau. 

1881 Carley, A. J * . Louisiana. 

1848 Carlton, Simon Peter, Milford Center, Ohio. 

1889 (L) Carney, James F., Tails College, Mass. 

1887 Carpenter, John Randolph, Newtown, Ohio. 

1863 Carpenter, Myron Brewster, Lansing, Mich. 

1890 (L) Carr, Herberi W, Canton, N. Y. 

1872 \V) Carr, James Thwlng, Lee, Me. 

1850 Case, Eluah. ........ Little Palls, N. Y. 

1890 Case, Isaac L., Manchester, Mich. 

1890 Cate, I. Wallace, . . 32 Mikawa Daimachi, Azabu, Tokio, Japan. 

1888 \L) Cecil, B. F Missouri. 

1872 Chaffee, Edwin John, . . 314 W. Tompkins St., Oalesborg, 111. 
1890 (L) Chalfant, Jamee A,, .... Prospect Valley, W. Va. 

1873 Chambers, Spencer, Sr., Ountersville, Ala. 

1863 Chapin, Miss Angnsta J., Oak Park, 111. 

1881 Chapin, Eben Hul^rt Lincoln, Neb. 

1859 Chapin, James Henry, Ph. D., Merlden. Conn. 

1889 Chapman, Thomas, Chappels, S. C. 

1883 Chase, Alonso, Granby, Conn. • 

1883 Chase, Frank John, ... 13 Fulton At., Rochester, N. Y. 

1872 Chase, Hudson V., Earlville, III. 

Cheek, Marion West Bowersvflle, Oa. 

1879 Cheynt^y, Daniel Woodlawn, Cal. 

1887 •( L.) Cheyney, Mrs. S. £., Woodlawn. Cal. 

1889 Church, Augustus B., North Adams. Mass. 

1882 Chnrcbill, Clarence Elmore HamAonton, N. J. 

1883 Clark, E. Manford, . . Adair, Cherokee Nation, -Indian Ter. 
1845 Clayton, Daniel Bragg Columbia, S. C. 

1885 Clayton, William modford Chicago, III. 

ISno Closson, Harrison, . . . . 171 Broad St., MiddletowTf. Conn. 

1881 Coddington, Isaac Phillip, . . Winter Hill, Somerville, Mass. 

1883 ( F) Cole, Geo. A., .- . . . 94 Main St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

1887 Colegrove, Osgood Ghordis, Morrison, 111. 

1812 Collins, Gamaliel (Chaplain U. S. A.), . . Chathami Mass. 

Cone, J. B., Union, Wilson County, Tex. 

1864 Cone. Orello, D.D., President, Akron, Ohio. 

1863 Conger, Everett Lorentas, D.D., Pasadena, Cal. 

1878 Conine, Britton, Camp Hill, Ala. 

lS7\i Conklin, Abram, Saginaw, E. Side, Mich. 

1876 Conklin, Charles, . . . . 90 W. Cottage St., Roxbury, Mass. 

1880 Conner, Charles Chambers, ..... Hamilton, Ohio. 

1887 •{L) Cook, John, M,D., Beccher Qity, III. 

1887 Cook, Zenas. Chicago Lawn, 111. 

1886 Corby, James Dimond, .... 45 Grand St., Troy, N. Y. 
1878 Conden, Henry Noble ' . . 'Chatham..>Ia8S. 

1855 Countryman, Asa, Tecumseh, Neb. 

1890 Crane, Frederick T. White River Junction. 

1863 Crane, Stephen, D.D., Iforwalk, Ohio. 

1856 Crary, Ntfthaniel, Hicksvllic, Ohio. 

1863 Crawford, Judson Cleveland, Auensta, Wis. 

1853 Crehorc, Joseph Shirley Village, Mass. 

1890 Crispin. William Frost, Akron, Ohio. 

1881 Critchett, Thomas W Blue Island, III. 



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876 Crosier, Mrs. Lotta D., Danbary, Conn. 

877 Crosley, Lucan Seneca, TIdloate, Pa. 

M3 Crosley, Marion 538 State St., Springfield, Mass. 

51? Croeley, William Jacob, ... - Springborough, Ohio. 

881 Crossman, Mrs. Annette G. (Waltze), . . . Charles City, III. 

873 (F) Crouch, James Anderson, .... Huteojjwille. 111. 

Si iP ^"*'^®' ^' ®» ^•^•» • • ^77 Orchard St , Newark, N. J. 

873 Cnim, Amos, , Duhnque, Iowa. 

889 (L) Crum, Mrt, S. L., Dubnqae. Iowa. 

886 Crnm, George Sycamore, 111. 

850 Cnmmings. Uriah, Derby, Ind. 

845 Curry, William WaUace, . 1428 6th St, N. W.. Washington; D. C. 

890 (L) Curtit, A. B,, Tufts College, Mass. 

890 Curtiss, James P Binghamton, N. Y. 

887 Cushman, Henry Irving, D.D., . 876 Broad St., Providence, R. I. 
890 Cushman, Herbert Emost, Plymouth, Mass. 

886 Cutler. Julian S., Melrose, Mass. 

887 Cutler. Myron Lewis East JaflO-ev, N. H. 

843 Damon, Cabrln Haverhill. Mass. 

878 Danforth, Mrs. Abbie' Ellsworth K^t, Ohio. 

883 Darling, Olney Inman, Warren, Mass. 

878 Davidson, William C, Thornton, Ala. 

839 Davis. Benjamin Hill, Weymouth, Mass. 

845 Davis, Edwin, Quincy. Mass. 

846 (F) Davis, Josiah, Junction Ti'ty, Kan. 

833 Davis, Samuel Armln, ... 12 Kennedy St., Hartford, Conn. 

876 Davis, Samuel Green, Fairfield, Me. 

873 Davis, Samuel Sylvester, .... North Fryeburg, Me. 

872 Day, Alfred 201 Grand Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

866 Dean, Theodore Lyman, .... Cross St.. Maiden, Mass. 

840 Dean. William Wheelock, . . . 942 P St., Wai^hington, D. C. 

873 Dearborn, William Hooper, . 17 Charter Oak Place, Hartford, Conn. 

Riverside, Cal. 

2107 12th Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 
, . . . 37 Elm St., Oshkosh, Wis. 

862 Demarest, Gerherdus Langdon, D.D Manchester, N. H. 

886 Deyo, Mrs. Amanda, Oxford, N. Y. 

856 Dick, Elisha, Careyville, Ohio. 

886 (F) Dickerman, William Frederick, . . . Hillsdale, Mich. 

878 iMUingham, Fred Augustine, N. Attleboro, Mass. 

884 Dillon, J. K Grftenup, III. 

876 . Dlnsmore, Lucien Jerome, Macomb, HI. 



849 Deere, George Henry, D.D.y 
886 Dellgren, August, . 
876 DeLong, Mrs. Mary J.. . 



Whitesville: N. Y. 
StamTord, Conn. 
. Barre, Vt. 
. Bingham, III. 
EldWa, Iowa. 



849 Dodge, Cbeeseman F., 
868 Dodge, Joseph Smith, Jr., 

881 Dole, Walter. . 

882 Donaldson, P. T., . 
889 (L) Dotter, Thomas E., . 

888 (L) Downer, William, T., . . . . Waterloo, P. Q., Canada. 

870 Druley, Thaddeus Clay Stafford. Conn. 

886 *iL) Dunaway, Missl^eekie F.J Blanket, Tex. 

880 Dunbar, J. S., Pafge. Tex. 

889 Dunham, Hallle Gardner, Cairton, Me. 

890 (L) Dunham, Samitel G., . . . . HubbardsvUfe, N. Y. 

{L) Dunn, J. A,, ^. . III. 

Dusseault, William F., Malde|^ Mass. 

Eastman. John P Berlin Fail| N. H. 

862 Eastwood, James Tumor Center, Me. 



890 
883 



104 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

1862 Eaton, Benjamin Franklin, Weymouth, Mass. 

1877 Eaton, Charles Henry, DjD., . 36 W. 48th St.. New York. N. Y. 

1869 Eberhart. Isa Amend, M.D., . . .y. .^ . Chicago '^wn. III. 

1850 Eddy, Richard, D.D., . . J miW Smith St.. Providence, R. I. 

1886 (F) Egglcfcton, Franklin Otto, . . . Ponghkeepsle, N. Y. 

1843 Emerson, Georse Homer, D.D., . . 30 West St., Boston, Mags. 

1869 Emery, Jabez Newton, Attleborodgh. Mass. 

1890 (L) Ettey, M. L., Cantow, N. Y. 

1890 (L) Fairehild, Bert B., Canthn, N. Y. 

1886 Fairchild, Lee Seattle, Wash. 

1844 Earns worth, Jeremy Hoadley, .... Westfleld, Mass. 

1840 Fay, Cyrus Hyde, D.D., 441 Greene Ave., Brooklyn (E. I^.), N. Y. 

1890 (L) Felt, Elmer Jay, . ^ ^ .... Gardner, Mass. 

1890 (L) Fisher, Caleb £., . . . . . . . Canton, N. Y. 

1883 Fisher, Daniel L., Hinsdale. N. H. 

1886 Fisher. Lee Howard Monson, Mass. 

1881 Fisher, Lewis Reals, . . 66 Sherwpod Ave., Bridgeport, Cunn. 

1890 Fisher, Thomas Baldwin Thayer, ...*.. Oakland, Me. 

1861 Fisk, Richmond, D.D., . . .8 Winthrop St., Watenown, N. Y. 

1879 Fiske, Henry S., . -i Beverlv. Mass. 

1890 (L) Fitter /Harry Fay, .~ Tufts C.oU^ge, Mass. 

1866 FitzGerald, Ezekiel, . . .62 India St., Brooklyn. N. Y. 
1843 Flanders, George Truesdale, D.D., . . * . New Bedford. Macs. 

1876 Fletcher, W.L KirkSrille. Mo. 

1865 Finhrer, Charles. D.D., . . 16 Bostwick St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

1873 (F) Fogff. Albion Pari Morrill. Me. 

1880 FoIsom.Mrs MariannaT Tex. 

1874 Forbes. Henry Prentiss, Canton, N. Y. 

1881 Fortney, Granville Levi Dudley, Ohio. 

1876 Fortney. Leroy Frederick PJainfield. Vt. 

1887 Fosher, Jesse j3.. Fincastle. Ind. 

1842 Foster, Benjamin Franklin, Indianapolis. Ind. 

1841 Francis, Eben, . . . .43 Kirkland St., Cambridge. Mass. 

1877 Eraser, Donald, / . East O/leans. Mass. 

1841 French, William Riley, D.D Turner Center, Me. 

1860 Fuller, Earl Wesley Minden, N. Y. 

1867 Gaines, Absalom Graves. D.D Cailton, N. Y. 

1889 •(L) Gardtier, La Vergne F,, ... Ponghke«psie, N. Y. 

1868 Gardner, Samuel Augustus Fresno, Cal. 

1831 Garfield, Eli. Sunol, Cal. 

1853 Garretson. Joel. Pilot Grove. Iowa. 

1888 Garst, Charles A. C Galesbui^, III. 

1878 Gaskin. William Elbridge Valley Palls, R. I. 

1868 Gates, John Francis Perrv, N. Y. 

1874 Gerchelly John Marshfield, Tecumsefa, Mich. 

1862 Getty, Andrew. Saltsbarg, Pa. 

1867 Gibb, 8 F., . ./ . . . .239 Church St., Decatur. 111. 

1876 Gibb. Mrs. Sophie, / . . . .239 Church St . Decatur, 111. 

1860 Gibbs, William Erastns. . . .332 Haverhill St., Lawrence. Mass. 

1876 Gibbs. William Looker, ........ Concord, Mich. 

1887 Gilchrist, Harry E., Oneonta, N.Y. 

1877 Gillette, Mrs. L. Fidelia Woolley, .... Rocheiter, Mich. 

1890 (L) Gleaeon, IVilHs W., HopkinsvtUo, Kv. 

1876 Oledhill, Joseph Smith. Spencer. MkM. 

1873 Goodell, William Sanford, Portland, Mlott. 

1858 Ouodenougb. Simon, . . . 1060 Harrison St., Oakland, Cal. 

1845 Goodrich, Mastena, Pawtucket, R. I. 



UNIYBBSALIBT RBOI8TER. 105 

1868 Gorton, James Detroit, Mich. 

1888 Oould, William Hilton Dexter, Me. 

1841 Gowdy, Gideon Selden, Eldora, Iowa. 

1866 Orandj, Ira Benjamin, Indianapolis, Ind. 

1870 Grant, Engene Melnotte, . . .4 Forest St, Stamford, Conn. 

1888 (F) Graves, J. C, Bard well, Ky. 

1882 Gray, Francis A., . . , .33 May St., Worcester, Mass. 

Green,' Eyerett, ' . . Bagdad, Fla. 

1886 Greene, John Hamden, Dorcbester, Mass. 

1880 Greene, Lovinzo Leroy, Wakefield, Mass. 

1872 Greene, Ransom Alphonso, . . . 25 Walker St., towell, Mass. 

1878 Gregory, Thomas Bragg ^ . . Halifax, N. 8. 

1889 (L) Grier, Albert C, Charles City, Iowa. 

1868 Grigsby, Willis Harrison Washington, D. C. 

1856 Groves, Henry, Rome, Ind. 

1844' Guernsey, George Smith, Rochet^ter, Vt. 

1868 Gunnison, Almon, D.D., Worcester, Mass. 

1868 Gnthrie, Thomas Sander, Muncie, Ind. 

1888 (L) GtcaUney, S Charleston. Mo. 

1886 •(t) Hale, William, M.D Free Hill, Tenn. 

1889 Hall, Charles Priest Oneonta, N. T. 

1884 Hall, Frank Oliver, . . .101 Prichard St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

1890 Hamilton, Frederick William, . 179 Summit St., Pawtucket. R. I. 

1877 Hamilton, George Grenville, Mechanic Falls, Me. 

1880 Haromatt, Albert. Brockton, Mass. 

1890 (L) Hammond, Joseph Frank, .... Tufts College, Mass. 

1868 Hanaford, Mrs. Fhebe Anne, 639 Howard Ave., Mew* Haven, Conn. 

1845 Hanson, John Wesley, D.D., . 143 Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

1889 Harman, John W., M.D Cnrtis, Jones County, Miss. 

1868 Harmon, George Mllford, Tafts College, Mass. 

1888 (L) Harpold, Winjteld, Italy, Tex. 

1871 Harrington, William Henry, . 2744 Portland PI., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1^0 (L) Harris, George H., Canton, N. T. 

1870 Harris, Moses Henry, D.D., . 765 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, HI. 

1878 Haskell, Cassius L., * Le Roy, N. Y. 

1862 Hathaway, Eleazer Coffti, N. Y. 

1866 Hay den, Charles A., Atfbum, Me. 

1864 Hayford, Sylvester Cobb, Montpelier, Vt. 

1863 Haynes, Charles Dwinell, Travers City, Mich. 

1875 Havnes, Miss Lorenza, Waltbam. Mass. 

1861 Healey, Frank K., Morrtsville, Yt. 

1887 (F) Hendon, Asbury P., Santa Cruz, Cal. 

1869 Henley, John Wesley, D.D., .... Fountain Park, Ohio. 

1889 (F) Herbrechtcr. F Wausau. Wis. 

1861 Hervev, Alpheus Baker, PhJ)., President, . . . Canton, N. Y. 
1877 Hesselgrave, David, LiAli, Wis. 

1876 Hewett, M. Lee, Honeoye Falls, N. Y. 

1888 *{L) He%Dii,JohnH,, * 'NewcaMle, Ind 

1829 Hewitt, Elmer South Wevmoutb, Mass 

18S1 Hicks. M.M., Little Hiikorv. IIl'- 

1860 Hill, George, Norwood, Mass' 

1876 Hilton, John Fort Atkinson, Wis' 

'm& Hilton, OraM Clifton Springs, N Y] 

[4 Hinds» John Watson Berkley, Cal 

Hodge, Dwight Munson, . . 2146 7th Ave., New York, N. Y[ 

Hodges, Albert, \ . Monmouth, Ore* 

1888 Holden, James Harry, Amherst, Mass'^ 




106 TTNIYBBaALIST REGISTER. 

1851 HoImeSi Lndus, . . ' Oranm, MaM. 

HHolt, — FarmersvilUi; Tex. 

1876 Hooper, Washington Wells, Taunton, Mass. p, 

1842 Hooper, William, West Actqn, Mass. ^ 

1882 Horton, Edward Anthony, Danbury, Conn. 

1878 Hough, Samnel, . . .116 Marshall Aye., All^beny City, Pa. 

1885 Houghton, Edward L Uockport, Mass. 

1880 Houghton, Frederick Mason, Deeflng, Me. 

1874 Honghton, Moses Henry, TitusTille, Fa. • 

1844 Hovev, Simeon, Collinfwood, Ohio. 

1852 Howell, Henry Benjamin Medinji, N. T. 

1882 Hoyt, Esra Almon. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

1875 (F) Hovt, James' a7, Belle Plainb, Iowa. 

1871 Hnghes. ^Tohn, Table Orove, 111. 

1837 Hull, Stephen, Kans* City, Mo. 

1873 Hvtchins, Albert Ulysses, . . .7 Sabine St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1878 Illman, Thomas W., t . Concord, N. H. 

1868 Inman, James Anderson, Sonoma, N. 0. 

1889 Jackson, Williard E An Train, Mich. 

1875 Jacobs, Elmer Dnane, Bryan, Ohio. 

1855 Jenkins, Edmund S Breeseport, N. Y. 

1878 Jenkins, Granvilie Wallingford, . . 23 Grove St., NorWich, Conn. " 
1857 Jenks, George Franklin, ..... Mattapoisett, Mass. 

1874 John, Robert Newman, ^uMin, Ind. 

1877 Johns, Jonathan Marsh, ...... Salina, Kan. 

1888 Johnson, Edward Everett Bridgton, Me. 

1844 Johnson, James Riley, Nyack, N. Y. 

1841 Johnson, Thomas Hartley, . . 349 W. 8th St., CincinnMi, Ohio. 

1890 (F) Johonnot, R. F., Lewiston, Me. 

1890 (L) Jonea^ Ben. IK, Jr., Oalesburg, 111. 

1877 Jones, William Marion, . . . 660 Keifer Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

1889 Jordan, Joseph, .... Hnntersville, Norfolk Co., Va. 
1884 June, John Ezra, Webster, N. Y. 

1879 Ketrn, Gideon Isaac,. ...... Tufts College, Mass. 

1S79 Kellerman, Robert Scott, Oraj^e, Mass. 

1815 Kelscy, Alanson, Rover, Spalding Co.. Ga. 

1862 Kent, Alexander, 930*0 St , Washington, D. 0. 

1878 Kent, George William Reading, Pa. 

1890 {L) Keyes, J, B., Storm Lake, Iowa. 

1881 «(/.) Ktddw, Joseph, ...... Manchester, N. H. 

1883 Kimball, John, Orono, Me. 

1875 Kimmell, William Madison, Rockland, Mo. 

1881 Kingsbury, Miss Myra, Morrisville, Vt. 

1883 KniekerboAer, Charles Arthor, ' .* Evie, Pa. 

1876 Knight, George Thompson, Tufts College, Mass. 

18 (.1 Knowlton, Isaac Case, D.D., West Actotn, Mass. 

1876 Kollock, Florence E. . 6585 Harvard St., Bnglewood, Chicago, 111. 

1H90 (L) Kratzer, George A,,. . \ N. Y. 

1871 taing, Alfred H., Joliet, 111. 

1881 Laniphear. DeWitt, Sherburne, Nt Y. 

1876 Lander, Charles Albert, Hessina, Fla. 

1884 Lathe, Ferdinand T., 

1848 Lathrop, Thomas Spencer, North Salem, N. Y. * 

1843 Laurie, Alexander Oretton ^ Erie, Pa. 

1H48 Lavellc, John Richard, .... Suspension Bridge, N. Y. 

1878 Lawhurn, J. C, ji Elgin, Tex. 

18^5 Leavitt, Edgar, Santa Crux, Cal. 



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1890 LeavlU, William B., Oswego, N. Y. 

1870 Lee, Charles Pollen, 38 High St., Charlestown Diatrict, Boatoo, Mass. 

1881 Lee, John Clarence, Oaleabarg, III. 

1847 Lee, John Stebbins, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 

1890 (L) Legal, Charles, Cantoh, N. Y. 

1867 Leighton, Augustas Azor, ..... Mission Point, Mich.^ 

1886 Leland, John Fntnklin, Victor, N. Y. 

1K48 Leonard, Charles Hall, D.D Tufla College. Mass. 

1847 Lewis, Polton K Monteennia, Oa. 

1867 Lewis, John J, .... 130 K. St., South Boston, Mass. 

1872 Libby, Daniel Le Roy, ^ . . Putnam, Conn. 

1889 (L) Ubtnt, Wentworih Roseoe, . Curtis St., West Somerville, Mass. 

1843 Lincoln, Varnum, ... Andover, Mass. 

1869 Little, James Henry, Ptttsfleld, Me. 

1841 Uvermore, Daniel Parker Melrose, Mass. 

1858 Lomt)ard, Cyrus Baldwin, . . Simon, P. 0., Cook County, III. 

1853 LoT^oy, William Wallace, Gbel^ea, Mass. 

1888 Luster, T. B , ' . Lafayette, Ind. 

1887 Lynn, Cephas Brackett, Tufts College, Mass. 

1869 NlacLean, John Patterson,' ... . . EarWille, 111. 

1863 Magwire, Frank 87 Milk St., Boston. Mass. 

1832 (F) Manley, William Ethan, D.D., Denver, Col. 

1889 Marggraff, Edward Everett, Tufts College, Mass. 

1885 Marsh, K. B , Peoria, 111. 

1865 Marshall, Albert Harrington, .... Madison, N. Y. 

1890 (L) Marshall, Harold, Tufts College, Mass. 

1888 Marvin, Judson Patterson, Rochester, Yt. 

1889 Marvin, Thomas Oliver, ... 126 State St., Albany, N IT. 
1841 Mason, Al^pond Wood, 1131 Ofarard Ave., North, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1873 Mason, Joseph Kimball Buffalo, N. Y. 

1888 Masseck, Frank L., . . . 197 N. Henry St., Brooklyn, N Y. 

1875 (F) McAllister, Edward Alden, . . ' -. . . Albany, Ore. 

1888 McAIpine, Prank, Charlotte, Mich. 

1855 McArthur, Kosciusko, Espyville Station, Pa. 

1872 McCarthy, Charles Peter, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

1884 McCollester, Lee Sullivan, . . 654 John R. St., Detrdit, Mich. 

1854 McCollester, Sullivan Holman, D.D., . . . Marlborough, N. H. 

1890 {L\ McCollum, MUs Bffie K^ Oalesbnrg, 111. 

1865 McCord, William Ellison, ^ra, Ky. 

1885 •{L) McCoury, Phil, fi., . . . Bend, San Saba, Co., Tex. 

1882 McGIauilln, William Henry, Rochester, Minn. 

1883 Mclnemey John Charl^^ New. Britain, Conn. 

1886 Mclntire) Clarence FihSOTerr - Springfield, Vt. 

1870 McKinney; Luther Franklin, .... Manctfester, N. H. 

1885 McLaughlin, Ira W., Macedon, N. Y. 

1851 McMaster, James William, Marietta, Ohio. 

1861 McNeil, William, Beaver Dam, Wis. 

1889 *(L) mWhorter, Dr. J. M. Berlin, West Va. 

1873 Mead, Isaac James, Angasta, Me. 

1856 Medley, Reuben, Sacfaniento, Ky. 

1879 (F) Melton, Archelus, Mableton, Ga. 

1876 (L) MeUon, William R., Mableton. Oa. 

1866 Merrifield, Jacob, Plainfield, III. 

1868 Merritt, Wllliaih Wallace Red Oftk, Iowa. 

1888 (L) Middleton, John L., .... Kingston, Jamaica^ W. I. 

1810 (L) iiilbum, Ulysses S., Canton, N. Y. 

1886 (F) Millar, Frederick, Glover, Vt. 



108 UNIVSBSALIST B£OISTER. 

1867 Miller, Andrew, MiUersTille, Mo. 

1839 Miner, Alonso Ames, D.D., LL.D Boston, Mass. 

jjMinnerly, A. B., Drop.Tex. 

1888 *IL) Minor, S. F, 111. 

1889 Mitebeli, Stanford, 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1881 Mitchell, Ure * Cortland, N. Y. 

1831 Montgomery, Geo. Washington, D.D., 61 Chestnut St., Rochester, N. T. 
1858 Moor, Clark Rice, . . 26 Arlington St., North Cambridge, Mass. 

1832 Moore, Asher. ^. Hammonton, N. J. 

1890 (L) Moore, A, D., Crofton, Ky. 

1888 {L) Moore, Miss Henrietta G., • . . . Springfield, Ohio. 

1844 Moore, John Harvey, Newark, N. Y. 

1879 Morgan, Hiram Bliss, West Chesterfield,. N. H. 

1890 {L) Morrell, H, P., Canton, N.Y. 

1864 MorriB, Edward, Hightstown, N. J. 

1871 Moil-ison, Abial, La Orande, Ore. 

1886 Morrison, Dennis, Oalesbarg, III. 

1878 Morrison, William Harrison, . 82 Prospect St., Manchester, N. H. 

1836 Morse, Horace Webster, Greenwood, Mass. 

1835 Morse, Joseph Bartlett, Hanover, N. H. 

1871 Moses, George (Indian Preacher), . . Oneida, Ontario, Canada. 

1869 Mosher, Marcelins R.. Circleville, 111. 

1890 {L) Motes, William N,f Sen,, Emory, Tex. 

1871 Manson. Henry Clay, Hammondf N. Y. 

1878 Nash. Charles Ellwood, . 104 North Prospect St., Akron, Ohio. 



1862 (F) Nash, Charles Pitman, Conneantville. Pa. 

1874 (F) Neff, Cyrns C, P^adena, Cal. 



1889 IL) Naah, Melvin Shato Tnfts College, Mass. 



1888 Newport, Mrs. Elfreda L. (Shaffer), .... Wanponsee, 111. 

1886 Nickerson, Charles Samner, Norwood, Mass. 

1886 •(L) Nolen, Willie S Lebanon, Tenn. 

1876 Nosier, William H., Oregon. 

1869 Odiorne, George Oilman, JefferMn, Iowa. 

1890 *{L) Olin, Nehon, , ' Towanda, Kan. 

1887 Orelup, Hiram J West Union, Iowa. 

1849 Osgood. Hiram Pratt, . . . . 20 Union Park, Boston, Mass. 

1888 Paddock, Clark L., North Orange, Mass. 

1888 (L) Paddock, Frank L., Clinton, N. Y. 

1825 Paige, Lucius Robinson, D.D. . . Cambridgeport, Mass. 

1886 Palmatier, Charles, Friendship, N. Y. 

1839 Palmer, James Smith, Manvfield, Pa* 

1887 (F) Palmer, John Henry, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

1860 Park, James Harrell, Monroe, Oa. 

II Parker, J. N , Fargo, North DakoU. 

1859 Parker, Sylvester Ames, Bethel, Vt. 

1850 Pattee, John Calvin, Burnett Station, Wis. 

1871 Patten, George W., Walpole, N. H. 

1854 Patterson, Adoniram Judson, D.D., . . . Roxbury. Mass. 

1878 Patterson, James, Augusta, Me. 

1886 Patton, Thomas A 

1890 Pavne, Thomas Britton, ... 33 19th St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

1859 Payne, William Pierce, .' Nevada, Iowa. 

1888 Payson, Fred LeRoy Belfast, Me. 

1874 Payson, James Milford, .... 504 Cass St., La Crosse, Wis. 

1890 Pease, Lewis Edwin, Bryant's Pond, Me. 

1889 ( F)Pech in, Wilbur F., Owatonna, Minn. 

1854 Peck> Francis Benson, Olcott, N.Y. 



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875 Pember, Elmer Frederick, Bangor, Me. 

889 Penniman, George Wallace, Annlsquam, Mass. 

878 Perin, George Lander, D.D., 32 Mikawa DaImacIii,IAzabu, Ttokio, Japan. 

880 Perkins. Warren 8., Meriden, Conn. 

869 Perry, Edward Albert, Fort Plain. N. Y. 

5S Pj^y. CJeorge William, . . . . 48 West St., Rutland. Vt. 
„?2 ir^ Peshdtmaljian, Baraayr Michael, . . . Tufts College, Mass. 
5S P?*lbrook, Hiram Alfred, . . 83 White St., East Boston, Mass. 

876 Pierce. Edwin Warren, • Wilmington, Vt. 

882 Pierce, Frederick Denlson, Cedar Palls, Iowa. 

868 Polk. Robert Thompson, . . . 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 
872 (F) Pope, Matthew Lawrence, . . . . ; Fincastle. Ind. 

881 Porter, Mrs. Charlotte, Waterloo, Iowa. 

8/7 Porter. George Judson • . . . Richmond, Va. 

856 Porter, Lafayette, Waterloo. Iowa. 

890 Potter, Wilbnm Daniel Huntingville, P. Q., Can. 

868 Potter, William Frank, .... South Framingham, Mass. 

(L) Potterton, T. B., Canton, N. Y. 

Powell, George Walter Lockport, N. Y. 

(L) Powell, Mrs, Hannah Jf., . . . . Lockport, N. Y. 

Powers, Le Grand, . . 2629 8d Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Powers, Levi Moor©, Mansfield. Mass. 

H Pratt, Mrs. 8. C West Concord. Vt,- 

Pratt, William Austin, Middleport. N. Y. 

Preble. Edgar Watson, ....... Webster, Mass. 

Priest, Fred Clarence, Derby' Line, Vt. 

Priest, Ira Allen, Adams, Mass. 

Proctor, George, North Sdtuatd, Mifts. 

Puffer, C. H., . . . . . . . . Stoughtdn, Mass. 

Pullman, James Minton, D. D., . . 25 Cherry St., Lynn, Mass. 
856 Pullman, Royal Henry. . . 1715 Onilford Ate., Baltimore, Md. 

880 Quackenbush, Nathan Bice Reynoldsburg, Ohio. 

834 Queal. Robert, Decatur, Mich. 

879 Qiimby. Israel Paul. 97 Green St., Bath. Me. 

§25 5*®*^""*» ^^^^'S® ^^s^ii'iSton Clinton. N.Y. 

867 Ralph, Walter Scott, ColumbtTs, Wis. 

889 Randofph, Webster Bettes, QJrtton, N. Y. 



890 
872 
890 
872 
890 

879 
872 
890 
887 
840 
890 
862 



871 Read, Ephraim A Southbridge, Mass. 

887 Aeardqn, John Benjamin Ludlow. Vt. 

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887 {F) Reid, Thomas James, M.D Anokl. Minn. 

890 (L) Reiffel, Henry K. Canton. N. Y, 

878 Rein. Augustus Philip. . . . .87 School St., Concord, N. H- 

888 (L) Renahaw, Finis H, HopklnsvIUe. Ky. 

866 Rexford, Everett Levi, D.D., . 16 Schuyler St., Roxbnry, Mass. 

874 Reyner. Richard P La Plata, Mo. 

880 Rhoades, James Frank, Bellows Falls, Vt. 

869 Rhyne, James Alexander, • Jasper, Ga. 

882 Rice. Arthur Alanson. Mt. Hermon, Mass. 

874 Rice, Augustus Luther, Carthage. N. Y. 

890 Rice, Miss Carrie A., Mukwanafto, Wis. 

Rice, Clarence Edgar, Utica, N. Y. 

Rice, Frank Skinner, Marlborough, Mass. 

Rice, Jonas Franklin, Coe Ridge, Ohio. 

Rice, Luther, Watertown. N. Y. 

I860 Richardson, Chester Chtever, Warsaw. N. Y. 

18B7 Richardson, Isaac K Yorkshfare Centre, TST. Y. 

1887 Richardson, John, Westville, Ohio. 



878 
1867 
1845 



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1873 

1887 
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1870 
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1872 
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1862 
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1864 
184« 
1890 
1870 
1881 
18A9 
1872 
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D-D, 
J. B^ 

Joseph I«, 

Scuts, A^KM 

W: arxi 

Shav, Mi»» AfDCtte 1 

.Sbepud, Qenrr, 

>b«iiiuui, Nathaa Dnoj, 

I ^brrnU, J. B, 

^bI1lll, Jofan Lake, . 

Shinii, Qoilen Hjunilttn. 

^bipmmo, Cha*-!e9 L^ • 

SbipnuiD, Williiiai Dmrid, 

Sbipniaa, Williain RoUin, DJ>^ 

Sbrijrler, James, . 

Sbomwaj, II D., . 

{F) Sbouer. Marioa D., . 

Simmons. Jaiiof Frederick, 

(L) Simom, Uiu Laura B»^ 

Skinner, Cbaries Aagaftiis, 

Skinner, Orteodo, 

Blade, Holmes, 

8mile7,£dward, 

Smftb, Xaron, 

Smith, Benton, 

(L) »mUh^ Charles Maeomber, D 

Smith, Henrj Bernard, • 

Smith, Hiram Wooster, . 

(F) Smith, Isrsel C, 

Smith, Sanford PtestoD,. 

(4) 8mUh, W. Franklin, 

iF) Smith, Watson Wltberforoe, 



Cin^.Micli. 




EttfriUe^Di. 



▲m, CUoifco, ni. 

,]ijcii. 
Man. 

t^fts CoOc^e^ Mass. 

N.Y. 

Fort S80il» Kan. 

,Wia. 

N. H. 

nsiafield^Vt. 

tOoMid* Vc 

DcBi«r, Col. 

Bo^^alioD, Tu 

Wis. 

Bvr Oak, Midi. 

. Skennan, Vt. 

LukiDB^Ic, Ala. 

VDacKan. 

230 Soadi SMb Sk, Omaha, Neb. 

Gimd, Erie Coantjr. Ft. 

Aknm, Ofafo. 

Tafls OoUeice., Mass. 

1901 Mt. Venion St., PkOadelphia, Pa. 

Saet Pembroke, N. Y. 

1822 Nksollett Are., Minneapdiis, Minn. 

. Woodnock, Tu 

. RaoBse^, Aik. 

SomerrUle, Mass. 

. Anaheim. Gal. 

. McHenry, III. 

. Richmond, Vt. 

. Lehiirh, Iowa. 

Mattapoisett, Mass. 

Soniierfille, Mass. 

18 Lock St, Nashda, N. H. 

296 Bleecker St., Utica, N. Y. 

' . Vevay, Ind. 

SkowhegsA, Me. 

. Gaiesbnrv, III. 

Woroestcfk Mass. 



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UNIYBBSALIST BEOISTER. Ill 

t 

1869 (F) Snook, Benjamin Franklin, .... Webster City, Iowa. 

18fi8 Snow, Joseph Crocker, D.D., .... Harerbill, Mass. 

1888 (F) Somer8,A.N Black RiTer f'allti, Wis. 

1889 Sommers, H. O Bloomfleld, Ontario, Can. 

1880 SoQle, Mrs. Caroline A., 24 KelTin Drire, Glasgow, W., Scotland. 

1876 Spaflbrd, Rolla Oilmore, ... 806 Villa St., Racine, Wis. 
1846 Spaoldinff, Willard, D.D S. Feabody, Mass. 

1877 Spencer, Lemuel Jefferson, .La Plata, Mo. 

1887 Spicer, Noel Edward, Lapeer, Mich. 

1879 Spiague, Francis Willard, Brattleboro, Vt. 

1842 Sqnire, Salmon Ward, . Franklin, Mass. 

1874 Sqnires, Lyman Hamilton, . . 168 OUyer St., New Haven, Conn. 

1862 9tart, William Angnstns, ... 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

18S4 SteTens, David Thurston, . >« . . . '. Aabnm, Me. 

1844 Stevenson, Beqiamin Vamey, War^, Mass. 

1843 Stewart, John H., . ' Bridgewater, K. T. 

1832 Sdckney, William Angnstos, .... Cromwell, Conn. 

1872 Stocking, George Benedict, Chelsea, Mass. 

1888 Stoner, James A Sene^, Kan. 

1862 Stowe, William T., Canton, N. Y. 

1885 Strain, A. G., Rogers. Btll Co.; Tex. 

1880 Strain, Koesath, Towaliga, ButtA County, Ga. 

1888 Strattoa, Thomas IMymouth, N. H. 

1860 Straub, Jacob, D.D., liuopeston. III. 

1878 Straub, Miss Mary A., Chicago, III. 

1887 (F) Street, John Kennedy Waco, Tex, 

1869 Sweetser, Edwin Chapln, D.D., . 1848 Park Ave., PhDadelphiit. Pa. 

1885 Sykes, Richard Eddy, Little Falls, N. Y. 

1886 (F) Taber, J. Russell, M.D., . . 263 Ryerson St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1872 Tabor, James Difbey, . Chicago, IIL 

1874 Tabor, Manly Williams, Hopkinsvflle, Ky. 

1852 Tabor, Timothy Hannibal, . . 774 Van Bnren St., Chicago, III. 

1881 Taylor, James, 403 lOCh St., Brooklyil, N. Y. 

1878 Tenney, Charles Rockwell, . . 28 Glenarm St., Dorchester, Mass. 

1853 Thayer, Aaron Aldrich, Glenville, Minn. 

lH7d Thompson, J Frank, Jersey City, N. J. 

1876 Thompson, Thomas, Andover, N. H. 

1890 Thornton, Henry L., Northfield. Vt. 

1860 (L) TibbeUa, Augustus New Paris, Ohio. 

1873 Titus, Anson, Towanda, Pa. 

1852 Tomlinson, Charles Weldon, D.D., .... Taunton, Mass. 

1888 Tomlinson, Irving Clinton, Arlington, Mass. 

1884 Tomlinson, Vincent Eaton, . . 446 Warren St., Hudson, N. Y. 

1890 Torsleff, Andrew Jacob, * Methnen, Mass. 

1888 Towne, Robert Duke, Marlboro, N. H. 

1886 Towsley, Irving, Biddeford, Me. 

1889 Trickey, William H., . . . . Soath New Market, N. H. 
1872 (F) Tucker, William, DJ)., Camden, Obto. 

1875 Tnmlin, V. M Dallas, Ga. 

1843 Tuttle, James Harvey, D.D., . . 626 9tb St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

tiB6 iL\Tutth, Walter ^uffusiuM, Taunton, Mass. 

1911 Tyler, Albert, Oxford, Mass. 

1819 Usher, James Madison, West Medford,*Mass. 

Vail, Walter Scott, . . . . 34 Hotel Bartelau, St. Pahl, Minn. 
Van Cise, Orson Fowler, ..*... Omaha, Neb. 

•(£>) Van Cleave^ Alfred, Comanche, Tex. 

yannevar, John, Canton, Mass 




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112 UKIVEBSALI8T RBOI8TBB. 

1847 Vanghn, Nicholaa, Cannelton, Ind. 

1855 Vedder, Abner North Oreeafleld, Wis. 

1859 Vibbert, George H ''SO West St., Boston, Mass. 

1871 Vincent, James, Calais, Me. 

1870 Waite, Charles Lewis Bmnswiclc, Me. 

1886 Walch, Alexander Francis, Peabodj, Mass. 

(L) Waies, Ilenry A ^ . Mich. 

1890 Id Wtdea, O. T., East Toledo, Ohio. 

1876 {F) Walker, W. B Reynolds, Ga. 

1848 Walworth, Henry Ryer, BaltlmoFe, Md. 

1856 Ward, Samuel Roland Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

1841 Warren, Andrew OUrer, Montrose, Pa. 

1839 Warren. Lester, North Montpeiier, Vt. 

1859 Weaker, Andrew Jackson, Jetmore, Kan. 

1847 Weaver, George Samner, D.D., • . . EastProvidence, R. I. 
1889 Webster, Francis Ellsworth, Potsdam, N.Y. 

1848 Webster, Henry DeLafayette^ . . Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

1874 Weeks, John Julias, Locust Valley, N. Y. 

Westmoreland, C. T., Royston, Ga. 

1868 Weston, Costello, Charlton, Mass. 

1882 Wbippen, Frank Warren St. /ribaus, Vt. 

1884 Wbltcomb, Prof. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

1880 White, Albert Corydon Amesbury, Mast. 

1877 White, Alphonso Everett, .... Cambrid^oort, Maas. 
1863 White, Charles James, MiDonsdcket, R. I. 

1870 White, Henry Kirke ThompsonvlUe, Conn. 

1875 White, Nehemiah, D.D., President, 711 B. Main St., Galesburg. 111. 

1884 White, Rufns Austin, . . . . ^ . . Newtonville, Mass. 

1877 Whitman, Harrison Spoflbrd Auburn, Me. 

1875 Whitney, Elbert Watson Milford, Mass. 

1846 Whitney, Qaincy, North Cambridge, Mass. 

1871 Wlgle, Abraham J., Harrisburg, Ore. 

1887 Wilgus, Albert, Wash. 

1877 (F) Williams, Dai^Jd Edinburg, III. 

1889 Williams, Leon O., Claremont, N. H. 

1883 Williams, Wlnfleld Scott, • 116 Robinson St., Allegheny City, Pa. 
1875 (F) Wills, John, Barnstable, Mass. 

1860 Willson, AiMrew, RaVenna, Ohio. 

1889 (F) Wilson, Fletcher Webster City, Iowa. 

1878 Wilson, Joseph Frankfort, Kan. 

1861 Wilson. Vear Porter, Denver. CoL 

1889 (F) Wing, Matthew Manchester, Iowa. 

1835 Witherell, Joseph Freeman, Dexter, Me. 

1877 Woodbridge, Warren Samuel, . . 12 Pearl St., Medford, Mass. 

1848 Woodburt, Oliver Gordon, , . Salem, N. H. 

1848 Woodin, Robert, Onsted, Mich. 

1835 Woodhouse, Charles, M.D Rutland, Vt 

1886 *(L) Woodrowt Mrt. E, J., Marshalltotrn, Iowa. 

1878 Woodrow. Thomas Wetherell Marshal Itown, Iowa. 

1887 {L) Wright, John M^ Farmersville. Tex. 

1838 Wright, Nathan Reed, .... 24 Lincoln St., Lynn, Mais. 

1885 (F) Yates, F. M Urbana, Ut 

1886 •{L) Tergm, H. O Ashland, Ind. 

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STATISTICS OF THE UNIVERSALIST CHURCH. 



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DENOMINATIONAL INFORMATION, ETC., 



For 1892. 



EDITED BY 

RICHARD EDDY, D.D. 



BOSTON : 
UNIVERSALIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, 

80 West Street. 
1892. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER, 1892. 



la making the statements on the following pages accurate, 
every effort possible to the pablisher and editor has been 
put forth. But the sad fact that many preachers pay no 
heed to requests for information explains why the names of 
so many parishes are printed in italics. Doubtless many 
errors are thus repeated year after year, no one having the 
facts necessary for their correction except those who with- 
hold them from our knowledge. More preachers have 
responded this fall than on former occasions, and it is 
hoped that improvement in this respect will continue until 
accuracy is assured. 

The Secretaries of several State Conventions have rendered 
valuable aid. Important service has also been afforded by 
many of the Secretaries of the State organizations of the 
Young People's Christian Union, and by the Secretary of 
the General Convention. 



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30 


31 



BOUPSBS FOB THB 7BAB 1892. 

There wUI be fOar Bdlpeee thle year, two of the Sun and two of the Moov. 

I. A Total Bclipsi op ths 8uk, April 26, Invlfible In New Bngland, but 
vlelble ia the Sooth Padflo Oeean and on the western coast of Sonth America. 

II. A PAMniL BoLZPSS OF TBI HooH, Maj lit partly visible In New England, 
the Moon rising eclipsed. The beginning is visible generally in the western por- 
tions of Asia, in Karope, Africa, the eastern portions of the Atlantic Ocean, and 
South America. The ending is visible generally in Arabia, Enrope, Africa, the 
Atlantic Ocean, Soath America, and the extreme eastern portion of North America. 
Begins 4h. 9.0m P.X.; middle 6h. 53.3m. p.m.; ends 7h. 37.0m. pjc. 

III. A Pabtial Eoupsb op thb Bun, Oct. 20, visible generally throughout 
nearly all of North America and Alaska; also in Greenland, the North Atlantic 
Ocean, Qulf of Mexico, and a small portion of the Pacific Ocean. Begins at Boston, 
Mass., Oh. 6.0 m. p.m. ; ends 8h. 7.7m. p.x. 

IV. A Total Sclipbs op thb Moon, Nov. 4, Invisible in New England. The 
beginning generally visible in the northwest portion of North America, the Pacific 
Ojoean, Asia, and the eastern portions of Enrope. The end visible generally in the 
northwest Pacific Ocean, Australia, Asia, Europe (except England and Spain), and 
the eastern portions of Africa. 

MOBNING AND BVBNING STABS. 
Venu* will be Evening Star till July 0, then Morning Star the rest of the year. 
Mar9 will be Morning Star till Aug. 4, then Evening Star the rest of the year. 
Jupiter will be Evening Star till Mar. 20, Morning Star till Oct. 12, then Evening 
Star the rest of the year. Saturn will be Morning Star till Mar. 16, Evening Star 
till Sept. 25, then Morning Star the rest of the year. 



Ash Wednesday, . . March 2 

Palm Sunday, .... April 10 



Good Friday, .... April 15 



FESTIVALS AND FASTS. 

Easter Sunday, . April 17 

Whit-Sunday, .... June 6 
Christmas, . December 26 



BATBS OF POSTAGE IN THB UNITED STATBS. 

Postal Cards, one cent each. All letters, two cents for each ounce or fraction 
thereof. 

Drop Letters, two cents each in cities and towns where the carrier system is 
adopted ; elsewhere, one cent. 

First Class. All written matter, and all tied or sealed matter, is first class, and 
must pay two cents per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Second Class. Only for publishers and newspaper agents, one cent per ponnd. 

Third Class. Includes all printed matter in unsealed wrappers, one oent for each 
two ounces and fraction thereof. 

Fourth Class. Includes small parcels, not sealed, to the limit of four pounds, at 
one cent per ounce and fraction tiiereof . 

Postal Notes under $5, three cents. 

Money Orders not exceeding $5, five cents; over $5 and not exceeding $10, eight 
cents; $60, twenty-five cents; $100, forty -five cents. 

Special Delivery Letters, ten cents, in addition to regular postage. 

Foreign Letters. To Europe, five cents for each half>ounce, and newspapers one 
etnt for each two ounces; to Australia and China, fifteen cents; British India, via 
Italian mail, five cents. 



Universalist Register for 1892. 



THE GENERAL CONVENTION. 

" The Universalist Greneral Convention," having jurisdiction over 
the ecclesiastical organizations of the Universalist Church in the 
United States and Canadian Provinces, meets biennially. The next 
session — 1893 — will be held at such place as may be selected by 
the Board of Trustees, on the Wednesday preceding the fourth 
Sunday in October. Preacher of the Occasional Sermon, T. J. 
Sawyer, D.D. The convention is composed of the Presidents (or, 
in their absence, the Vice-Presidents) and Secretaries of the State 
Conventions, and of clerical and lay delegates from the State 
Conventions, each State being entitled to one clerical and two lay 
delegates, and to an additional number of each class of delegates 
in proportion to the aggregate of its parishes and clergymen. At 
least four parishes must be organized and established in a State 
before a State Convention can be formed, but a less number of 
parishes may unite to choose one delegate, clerical or lay, to 
represent them in the General Convention, and if there be but one 
parish so situated, it is entitled to one delegate. In all such States 
or Territories the General Convention has original jurisdiction. 

All laws relating to fellowship, ordination and discipline origi- 
nate in the General Convention, and it is the final court of appeal 
in all cases of dispute or difficulty between State Conventions. It 
is an incorporated body, empowered to hold real and personal 
estate to the value of five hundred thousand dollars, "to be 
devoted exclusively to the diffusion of Christian knowledge, by 
means of missionaries, publications and other agencies." In the 
interim of sessions the interests of the Convention are watched 
over and managed by a Board of Trustees. The funds of the 
Convention, as reported in October, 1891, aggregate f 247 ,095. 65, 
and are distributed as follows : — 



6 UNITEB8ALIST REGISTER. 

I. The Murray Centenary Fund, created in 1870 as a memorial 
of the one hundredth anniversary of Rev. John Murray^s first ser- 
mon in America, $126,249.53. The income of this fund is used " in 
the aid of theological students, the distribution of Universalist 
literature, diurch extension and the missionary cause.^ 

II. The Theological Scholarship Fund, This fund is created by 
the repayment of loans made to theological students. It now 
amounts to (35,759.30 and the income is appropriated to loans to 
new students. 

III. Church Extension Fund Started in 1884 on the modest 
foundation of $210, this fund, the income of which is to be devoted 
as its name indicates, now amounts to (7,974.71. 

lY . Ounn Ministerial Belief Fund. The late John 6 Gunn of 
New York bequeathed to the Convention the sum of (8,000, ^ to 
create a fund for the relief, support and maintenance of needy 
clergymen, their widows and families, of the Universalist denom- 
ination,^ except those in fellowship through the New York State 
Convention, which had an endowment for that purpose. The 
fund now amounts to (12,161.90. 

V. Ada TibbeUs Memorial Fund. During the year 1886 the 
Rev. A. Tibbetts of Urbana, 111., one of the early graduates of the 
Canton Theological School, conveyed to the Convention, in fee 
simple, 200 acres of farm land in Champaign County, 111., moder- 
ately valued at |60 per acre, subject to a lien of $4,100, on con- 
dition that he is to have the use, occupancy and income of the 
property during his natural life ; and that perpetually thereafter 
one-tenth of the Income shall be added annually to the principal 
of the fund, the remaining nine-tenths to be applied, at the 
discretion of the Trustees, to the purposes of the Convention. He 
has since conveyed to the Convention a farm in Ford County, 111., 
valued at $3,600, subject to a lien of $2,000. The property is 
under contracts of sale, and its value over and above the liens is 
$9,260. 

VI. Waverly (Iowa) Fund, $800. 

VII. G. L. Demaresl Reserve Fund, (14,000. 

VIII. William H, Ryder Fund, $25,000. The income only to 
be used, " at the discretion of the Board of Trustees, for the edu- 
cation of young pei*sons for the ministry of the Universalist 



UNIYE&SALIST REGISTER. 7 

Chnrch.^^ Bat the Board may, in a certain contingency, apply a 
portion of such income ** to the credit of any Missionary or Church 
Extension Fund^^ under their control and direction. 

IX. Draper Fund. The late Mr. Eben D. Draper of Boston, 
Mass., bequeathed to the General Convention the sura of f 2,000, 
to be expended for missionary purposes in the Western States. 
Present amount of the Fund, f 1,600. 

X. The " 2"' Fund, A lady of New York, who desires that 
her name shall not at present be published, has paid |5,050 to the 
Convention, as the beginning of a Fund, the income of which shall 
be paid to her during her natural life, and thereafter shall be 
added to the Theological Scholarship Fund. 

XI. Henry P, PorUr Fund. $1,000. 
Xn. Guaranty Fund. $347.29. 

The aggregate increase of the Convention funds during the 
Convention year 1890-91 was $12,239.92. The appropriations 
for the Convention year 1891-92, are $22,200, with whatever 
surplus of income from any source may be deemed best by the 
Trustees. 

The Board of Trustees have been authorized and directed ** to 
provide for a Universalist Church Conference or Conferences, to 
be held at some central location or locations, in the years inter- 
vening between the regular sessions of the Convention, not for 
ecclesiastical, legislative or financial work, but for the purpose 
of considering important questions relating to religion, morals 
and education.'" 

A mission to Japan was established in 1890, the sum of $62,000, 
one-fifth payable annually, having been subscribed. The mission- 
ary, George L. Perin, D.D., and his assistants, Rev. I. Wallace 
Cate and Miss Margaret C. Schouler, have their headquarters at 
Tokyo. 

This enterprise has been greatly blessed and prospered. A 
convenient house for teaching and worship has been erected, in 
which services are held every Sunday ; and schools are in opera- 
tion during the week. A church of ten native members has been 
organized, a Sunday-school with twenty children, and a Bible 
class of about as many young men ; a Theological school with six 
students and an English school with about forty pupils. T^'o 



8 UNIYERSALIST BE6I8TER. 

native preachers have been licensed to preach, and are doing* 
excellent work. 

The officers of the Convention are : — 

President — Hon. Henry B. Metcalf, Pawtacket, R. I. 

Vice-President — Hon. Charles H. Russell, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Secretary — G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. H. 

Tretisurer — Ebenezer Alexander, Boston, Mass. 

Trustees — J. D. W. Joy, Boston, Mass., Chairman ; Hon. Sidney 
Perham, Paris, Me. ; H. W. Rugg, D.D , Providence, R. I. ; Mrs. G. 
B. Marsh, Chicago, III. ; £ H. Capen, D D., Tufts College, Mass. ; 
Samuel Kerr, Chicago, III. ; E. C. Sweetser, D.D., Philadelphia, 
Pa.; E. R. Holden, New York; Gen. John C. Graves, Buffalo, 
N. Y. ; E. H. Cole, New York ; G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, 
N. H., Secretary, 

Assistant Secretary — Rev. Cephas B. Lynn, Tufts College, 
Mass. 

Sunday-school Library Commission — Rev. J. N. Emery, Bridge- 
port, Conn. ; Charles Caverly, 30 West St , Boston, Mass. ; Miss 
Mary Snow, Orleans, Mass.; Miss Mary A. Ellis, 117 North 
Avenue, North Cambridge, Mass. ; Mrs. Almon Gunnison, Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

The Woman's Centenary Association — In 1869 the women 
of the Universalist Church formed an Aid Association to assist in 
raising the Murray Fund. When this work was accomplished 
they enlarged the sphere of their operation^ and became an incor- 
porated body under the name here given. 

Dating from 1875 the Association has, during a large portion of 
the time, supported a missionary in Scotland. Revs. Marion 
Crosley, J. W. Hanson, D.D., and Caroline A. Soule — the latter 
still in the field — have been so employed. It also shares with 
the General Convention in sustaining a missionary in Texas. It 
has published and distributed editions of sixty-eight valuable 
tracts, aggregating 5,000,000 pages. 

The Association meets at the time and place of the session of 
the General Convention, and special meetings are held during the 
year in connection with the session of the State Conventions where 
its work is organized. It is supported by annual, life and patron 
memberships, and by voluntary contributions. Annual member- 



UNIYERSALIST REQISTEIC 9 

ships, fl ; li^e memberships, 125 ; patron, (100. It reported to the 
General Convention in October, 1891, total receipts for the year 
$5,742.36 ; disbursements, $3,676.54 ; permanent fund, $10,028. 

Officers for 1890-91 : President— Mrs, C. A. Quinby, Augusta, 
Me.; Viee^PresidefU — Mrs. M. A. Adams, Melrose Highlands, 
Mass.; Becording Secretary — Mrs. £. D. Brown, Honeoye Falls, 
N. Y. ; Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. E. L. Sherwood, Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; Treasurer — Mrs. M. M. Dean, 942 P St., Washington, 
D. C. ; Vice-President-at-large — Mrs. M. L. Thomas, New York, 
N. Y. ; Vice-President for England, Mrs. Robert Speer, London, 
England. 

The names of the other Vice-Presidents will be found in succeed- 
ing pages appended to the statistics of the respective State Con- 
ventions. 

The Young People's Christian Union of the Universalist 
Chubch was organized at Lynn, Mass., in October, 1889. Its 
object is to unite the young people's organizations connected with 
the Universalist Church. President — Lee E. Joselyn, Bay City, 
Mich.; Secretary — James D. Tillinghast, Tufts College, Mass. ; 
Treasurer — Miss N. Jennison, 26 CheiTy St., Lynn, Mass.; 
Executive Board — Miss Angle M. Brooks, Portland, Me.; Miss 
Clara B. Adams, Lynn, Mass. ; Mrs. Mary Grace Canfield, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio ; J. Thomas Moore, Philadelphia, Penn. 

The Untvebsalist Historical Society. — This Society was 
organized in 1834 for the collection of facts, books and papei*8 
pertaining to the history and condition of Universalism. The 
Society is incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts. It has 
a library of about three thousand volumes, besides important 
manuscripts and papers. This library has been of great help in 
tracing the history and fortunes of our distinguishing faith in 
other countries and times. Donations of books and money are 
earnestly solicited, that the library may be rendered as complete as 
possible and its usefulness augmented. President — Richard Eddy, 
D.D., 161 Smith St., Providence, R. L, ; Vice-President — Hon.Olney 
Arnold, Pawtndcet, R. I.,; Secretary and Librarian — T. J. Saw- 
yer, D.D., Tufts College, Mass. ; Trustees — Rev. V. E. Tomlinson, 
Hudson, N. Y., G. L. Demarest, D D., Manchester, N. H. 



10 



UKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



STATISTICS. 



In the following Classification by States and Ter- 
ritories A Tabular Exhibit of Universalist Parishes, 
Churches and Sunday-schools is shown. Information 

RESPECTING StATE CONVENTIONS IS ALSO GITEN. 



[The location of parishea according to poatK>fflce addroM U shown in the flret 
colamn ; where a fraction appears after the name of a parish it indicates that preach- 
ing services are held part of the time ; (oc) denotes that there is only occasional 
preaching; (m.) monthly senrioes; (dor.) that the society is inactive. The number 
of families included in the respective parishes is given under the proper heading. 
The date of organisation both of Churches and 8unday>schools is indicated in sep- 
arate columns, with the membership of each organization. Under the head of 
" Church Edifices," the date of dedications is given when known. Vh. denotes that 
the parish is part owner in a union house of worship; the abbreviations ftr. (brick), 
St. (stone), 10. (wood), indicate the material of the structure; prop, shows that the 
parish holds other property besides a church edifice. Under the head of " Values " 
appears the amount of all property after deducting indebtedness. In tide column 
designated ** Preachers " the names of pastors or regular supplies are given. If the 
name is in italics the preacher is a licentiate; parallels (||) show that he is not In the 
Universalist fellowship.] 

The statistics are taken from reports direct from the pastors or preachers, and 
from official reports of State Convention Secretaries, where such have been received. 
In the absence of information of recent date from either of the above souroes, 
changes are noted as indicatsd in the denominational papers; and in the absence of 
any recent information, the figures of last year are used. 

Parishei that have not reported for thii iteue of the Regieter have their namot 
printed in italiee, 

Alabama. 



PsrishM. 


ChurehM. 


8. Schools. 


Church EdUtcM. 


Preschcxt. 


Port-olBoM. FSmilies. 


Org. No. 


Oig. No. 


Dstei. Vslaos. 




Ariosta - 

Brewton^ .... 14 
Camp Hill, i, . . 40 


1891—40 
1883—34 
1848-190 


1884-M 
1884—35 


1891— to. $1,000 
1888— CO. 800 
1884— to. 1,000 


E. B. Arms. 
J. C. Burruss. 
J. 0. Burruss. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



11 



Pftriihei. 


CharehM. 


8. Schools. 


Gfhurch EdifloM. 


Pn«eh«n. 


Pott-olllees. nLmUiea. 


Oif. No. 


Otg. i No. 


Dfttea. 1 ValuM. 




J)aualam>UU{dor.), 6 
Oarland,. ... 6 
Orore Kill (oc.), . - 
Larkintviae, . . 6 
JfyrtU Tree (oc), . 8 
Notuulga, i. . . 6 
PineffOroneidor.), 20 


1852—11 
18n— 12 
1801—11 
1883—28 
1860—34 
1850—15 
1880—36 


1884-28 


10. $500 

1850—10. 700 

10. 400 


D. B. Clayton. 

E. B. Armt. 
T. Chapman. 

||J. B. Sherrlll. 

J. C. BnrruM. 


Totals— 10 ... 104 


10-406 


3—113 


6- $4,400 





Arkansas. 

At SUoam Springs^ Col. T. J. Patton^ a lay preacher, 
preaches once in two weeks. Rev. S. M. Simons and Rev. 
Laura E. Simons^ residing at Ramsey, are itinerants over 
a large territory. The same may also be said of Rev. J. C 
Brown J Mount Vernon. 

California. 

State Convention organized June 1, 1887. Pres. — Hon. 
A. G. Throop, Pasadena; Vice-Pres, — G. H. Deere, D.D., 
Riverside; Sec. — Rev. £. L. Conger, D.D., Pasadena; 
Treas. — Arthur H. Conger, Pasadena; Trus. — G. F. 
Robinson, Oakland ; William Finch, Riverside ; W. L. 
Hardison, Santa Paula. CommUtee of Fellowship — Rev. 
S. Goodenough, Santa Clara ; Rev. L. M. Andrews ; Geo. 
F. Robinson. Session of 1892 to be held at Riverside. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — E. L. Conger, D.D. Per- 
manent Fund, $2,000. 

Woman's Universalist AssocicUion^ organized in 1889. 
Meets at same time and place as the State Convention. 
Pres. — Mrs. E. L. Conger ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. G. H. Deere ; 
Sec. — Mrs. A. J. Spalding ; Treas. — Mrs. R. A. Robinson. 

Vice-Pres . Wcmian's Centenary Association — Mrs. Ella 
Munson, Pasadena. 



12 



UNIVKR8ALIST REGISTER. 



Pvidles^ 


Chnrcfaw. 


8. Schools. 


Chnreh Edifleei. 


Prcaehen. 


PcMt-oflleM. FamiliM. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dttec Values. 


Oakland 50 

Pasadena, ... 100 

Pfnnonat .... 15 
Biverside, ... 40 
Santa Ana, ... 30 
Santa Cruz, ... 30 
Santa Paula,. . . 98 


1883—86 
1889-168 

1883- 

1881-20 

1886-21 

1890—12 

1890-102 


1883—90 
1887-160 

1883-21 
1881—30 
1886—21 
1890—26 
1889-148 


1888— IT. $11,600 
188^-10. & br. 

60,000 
1885—10. 1.200 
1882—10. 3,000 

Prop. 50 
Building. 


6. Qoodenongh. 

E. L. Conger, D.D. 

E.M.ClaAc. 

0. H. Deere, D J>. 

E. Leavitt. 

L. M. Andrews. 


Totals— 7 . . 363 


7—399 


7—486 


7— $66,750 





Canada. 

Province of Ontario, 

Provincial Convention, organized in 1877, meets in Jane, 
the day to be determined later. Session for 1892 at Oiinda. 
Pres. — John McBride; Vice-Prea. — J. M. Mallory; Sec. 
— J. E. Anderson, Port Dover; Treaa. — Thomas Theal; 
Tru8. — R. Wood, J. Jackson, R. Bmner; Committee of 
Fellowship — Thomas Theal, Falton ; Edwin Irvine, Smith- 
ville ; David Ellsworth, Bloomfield ; Trus. of Missionary 
Fund — J. T. Middleton, R. Wood, T. Theal, Miss J. J. 
Johnson. Permanent Fund, $700. 

Vice' Pres. Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. J. G. 
Cobb, Smithville. 



parishes. 


Churches. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edi6c«s. 


Preschm. 


Fost-offlccs. Families. 


Org. No. 


Oik. No. 


Dates. 


▼alu«s. 




Blenheim t (, . . . 86 
Bloom field, ... 26 

J^ixon, 14 

Oiinda 36 

I^>rt Doiter, 4, . . 20 
afnUhtiUe,\, . . 30 


1878—30 
1848-60 

1883-10 
1883—17 
1888-24 
1861—60 


1880—30 
1880—60 


1878—^. $2,000 
1866-ic. 1,000 
Prop, 1,800 
1887—10. 1,000 
1881-l»r. 1,800 
1871— 6r. 1,800 
1850— to. 1,200 


F. E. Adams. 

F. E. Adams. 
F. E. Adams. 


Totals— 6 . . 169 


6-181 


3—90 


6- $10,100 





UKIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 



13 



Province of Quebec, 

Pariflhes in the Province of Qaebec have the fellowship of 
the Vermont Convention. The parish at Halifax, N. S., has 
the fellowship of the Maine Convention. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Alice 
J. Allen, Waterloo. 



Bftriahei. 


ChurchM. 


S. School!. 


Church Edifloes. 


Preachcn. 


Foflt-ofBoM. Funilic*. 


Ois. No. 


Oi^. No. 


Date*. Values. 




Manawippi, . . 15 
HanUngTine, . . 50 
Waterloo, .... 20 
Ooaicook, . , . . 15 
North HaUey, |, . 30 
SdHfax,'S.&.,. . 60 

Sammer8ide,P.B.I., - 


1867-80 
1871—77 


1872—25 
1871—70 


1843— to. $2,000 
1870-*r. 10,000 


W. D. Potter. 


1870—25 
1854-125 

1891—15 


1848-70 


Oh. 
1874— 6r. 60,000 

Prop. 60.000 


W. D. Potter. 
T. B. Gregory. 


Totol»— 7 . . 180 


5—322 


S— 166 


3— $132,000 





Colorado. 

St. Paul's Universalist Church was organized at Denver, 
March 29, 1891. Number of Families, 50; Church Mem- 
bers, 65 ; total in Sunday-school, 40. Pastor — Rev. W. C. 
Sellick. Former Registers have said : A parish at Long- 
mont, organized in 1878 ; a Sunday-school of 30 members 
at Atwood. 

Connecticut. 

State Convention, organized in 1832, meets the third 
Wednesday in September. Pres. — Rev. J. H. Chapin, 
Ph.D., Meriden; Vice-Pres, — C. G. Lincoln; Sec. — Rev. 
E. M. Grant, Stamford ; Treas. — M. A. Whittemore ; 
T^rus. — T. F. Lamb, New Haven ; Wallace K. Bacon, Mid- 
dletown ; Joseph T. Bates, Danbury ; Committee of Fellow- 
ship — W. S. Perkins, D.D., Meriden ; Rev. A. Chase, New 
Britain ; J. Merriam, J. L. Lockwood, D. C. Easton ; Pla4^ 
of Meeting in 1892 — New Haven; Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon — Rev. D. L. R. Libby. Fund, $39,586. 



u 



UKZTKRSALIST RBGISTBR. 



Young J!\opie*9 CkrisHan Union. Pres. — Rey. E. E. 
BiaMr^U^ Middl^town ; Vioe'Pres. — H. S. Cummings, New 
Haven; iS#c — Miss Belle C. Davis, Hartford; Treas.— 
M^ Bunee, Bridgeport ; ExectUive Committee — James 
AU^^rto«l, Norwioh ; Jennie Smith, Stafford ; Walter Dodge, 

Vicf^Prts. Woman^s Centenary Asaociation — Mrs. H. A. 
MaaiiiQg, Stamford. 

A9»oc%ation8. — 1. SoutJiem^ organized in 1836, meets 
the second Wednesday in Jane. Session for 1892 at Stam- 
ford. Preacher of Occasionai Sermon — Rev. L. H. Squires. 
Rev, E. M. Grant, Stamford, Clerk. 

2. Q^innebaug^ organized in 1836, meets the third 
Wednesday in June. F. I. Champlain, Norwich, Clerk. 



TnAthf. 



Clnirdm. 



Po«l-offie«s. Funili«». Oig. No, 



S. Schools. 



Church EdlfleM. 



Oi|t. No. < Date*. 



Valun. 



pTMchns. 



Bridgeport, 
Oranby, . 



Hartford. . 
Long Ridge^ 

IfforidoB, . 
MiddUiown^ 



i*. 



150 
46 

18 

24 
\h\ 



NfUi Britain^ . . 60 
New Haven 1«l» . 1<^ 
Xmt Bav&m, Sd (dor.\ 
Jfew Lond&H {Atir.)^ 4A 
Norwich, , . . .140 
Pntiiuiit « « » » S5 
Scotland (mO> * * 1^ 

Stafford, . . . , 6^ 

Stamford, . • » » 90 

7%omp»onrilh% . ^ 

Waterbwy (oc^s . * 



IM^U9 I 1850-100 
1834-67 I 1888—12 
1848>-<30 ! 1847—25 



1940-388 

' 1888.«0Q 
1846-10,'> 

' 1852-«4 
18^-21 

li88-12« 



1860-«57 
1862—^5 

1863-36(1 
1839-K8 

18M-75 ' 
1877-100 , 
' 187V- ' 
; 1882-40 
1841-212 , 
1886-100 



)M»^1 tM^-^ft 



1850-«(. 

Ptrop. 
1853-te. 

Prop* 
1847_ic. 

1860-dr. 

1834— w. 

/Vop. 

l863-4r. 
183^— «". 

1877—^. 

1882-41. 
1841— *r. 
1880— ic. 
1846— w. 

/Vop. 
1845— w. 

Prop, 
1870-«<. 

Prop. 
1880— V. 

lYop, 
1870— w. 



$4,600 

6,000 

5,000 

400 

1,500 

1,200 

75,000 

4,600 

1,400 

15.000 

25,000 

6,000 

16,000 

28,000 

25,000 

13.000 
7,000 
2,000 
1,000 
7,500 
1.000 

40,000 

8,000 

2,000 

800 

10,000 



J. N. Emery. 



Totale-W. . VJW' ^>^ J^^«^> M^.Wtj 17- $»)8,800 



W. H. Dearborn. 



W.S. Perkins, t>j>. 
H. Closson. 

A. Cbaae. 
L. H. Sqolrea. 



G. W. Jesktin. 
D. L. R. Llbby. 
|jMra.D.L.R.Llbby. 

T. C. Druley. 

B. M. Grant. 



UNIYERSALIST RS6ISTEB. 



15 



District of Columbia. 

At Washington, a parish of eighty families; church, 
organized in 1874, of one hundred and thirty-six members ; 
Sunday-school, organized in 1869, eighty members; church 
edifice brick, value $45,000. Pastor — Rev. -S. A. Whit- 
comb. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. J. C. 
Webb. 

Florida. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Delia 
Whitcomb, Tarpon Springs. 



Fubhes. 


ChvrehM. 


8. Schools. 


Church Ediflceg. 


PrBMhen. 


Fofll-offloes. Funilie*. 


Org. No. 


Gig. No. 


DatM. 1 Valaei. 




De Faniak Bprlngi 
(oc) - 

Pe Landt . . . . - 
Lake View, . . . • 
Tarpon Springe 
(winter) 1 ... 26 


1880-16 

1887—14 
- 18 

1886-18 


- 


1886-u;. $1,600 


B. B. Arms and J. 
C. BarrusB. 

B. B. Anns. 

H. D. L. Webster. 


Toule--4 . . 26 


4-66 


- 


1— $1,500 





Georgia. 

The State Convention, organized in 1838, reorganized in 
1869, meets on Friday before second Sunday in August. 
Pres. — John Adams, Monroe; Sec. — H. D. McCutcheon, 
Pleasant Valley; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. D. B. 
Clayton, Rev. Thos. Chapman, Rev. V. M. Tumlin, Rev. J. 
H. Park, Rev. K. Strain. 



Fferithe*. 


ChnrehM. 


8. School*. 


Chofch EdhloM. 


riWMihtwi 


FkMt-oflteM. Funilics. 


Org. 


No. 


Org. No. 


DstM. Yaluet. 




A^ord Chapel (m.)> H 
AttamXa{,daT.\ . 90 


1886-11 
187»-80 


- 


1869— t0. $350 


K. Strain. 



16 



UNIVEBSAXIST RBGISTEK. 



Pariihet. 



Foit-olBon. 



Families. Oig. No. 



GhurehM. 



8.8chooU. 



Oij. 



No. 



Church EdUlow. 



Dates. Yalttc*. 



Preaehan. 



Carroll County t . 
ConwUUion, JPUa 

(m.), T 

Consolation, Mon> 

roe (m.), ... 14 
Free Mansion, Bran- 
don (yi.)t ... 12 

Gum Creek \dor,)t 4 
ICnlberry (m.), .28 
MabletOH, .... 4 
Xew Harmony (Wind- 
sor (m.), ... 80 
Old Harmony, Cor- 

veta County (m .} , 10 
PUaaawt Valley, . 12 
Salem, Cherokee 

(m.) 11 

Troup Factory (dor, )t 4 
Union Orove, Ifeto- 

ton Factory, . . 20 
Waletca (m.), . . 12 
West BowenvUle, - 



Totals~18 . . 200 



1881—10 

1800—17 

1887—47 

1889—23 
1859— 8 
1875—11 
1870—69 
5 

1883—24 

184a-30 
1874-68 

1852—35 



1887-40 

1858-85 

- 82 



17—405 



1889-57 



1889-45 



2—122 



1890-/0^9 $75 
1886— to. 400 



1889—10. 
1871—10. 
1874—10. 
1885—10. 



150 

200 

1,000 

400 



1687—10. 



800 



1848— fo^s 75 
1875—10. 400 



1858-40. 



400 



1886-^. 150 
1858— CO. 500 
1881— to. SOO 



14— $4,700 



A. Melton. 
V. M. Tamlin. 
J. H. Park. 
J. H. Park. 



J. H. Park. 
W. R. Melton. 



J. H. Park. 
K. Strain. 

J. A. Bhyne. 

K. Strain. 
J. M. Bowers. 



Idaho. 

A parish at Lewiston, organized in 1877; church of 
twenty-three members, organized in 1879, and a Sunday- 
school of ten members. Occasional preaching by Bey. T. 
Abbott. Church edifice yaludd at $2,500. 



Illinois. 

The State Convention, organized in 1887, meets the fourth 
Tuesday in September. Pres. — James H. Swan, Chicago ; 
Vice-Pres. — F. A. Winkleman; Sec, — Greorge F. Hughes, 
1109 Tacoma Building, Chicago; Treas. — H. H. Massey, 
Blue Island; Trus. — J. S. Cantwell, D.D., M. H. Harris, 
D.D., Edward A. Dicker, Mrs. M. B. M. Wallace, A. H. 
Trego, Mrs. 0. W. Nash, Bev. A. H. Laing; CammiUee of 



UKIVBESALIST REGISTER. 17 

Fellowship — J. Straab, D.D., Hoopeston ; Rev. T. H. Tabor, 
Rev. Mrs. E. L. Newport, Wauponsee ; B. F. Monroe, T. J. 
Hale ; Tnisteea of the " Ryder Ministerial Relief Fund " — 
James H. Swan, E. A. Dicker, E. O. Gale. Preacher of 
Occasional Sermon — M. H. Harris, D.D. Permanent Fund, 
$4,726. 

Young People's Christian Union of Illinois, Pres, — 
Henry C. Morris, Chicago ; Vice-Pres. — Miss Gertrude 
Gilson, Blue Island ; Sec. — Miss Gertie Straub, Hoopeston ; 
Asst, Sec, — E. E. Hammond, Galesburg; Treas. — Miss 
Emily Roche, Blue Island. 

State Superinteftident — Rev. L. W. Brigham, 808 Perry 
St., Chicago. 

Associations. — 1. Fox River ^ organized in 1841, meets 
the second Tuesday in June. O. W. Nash, Oak Park, Clerk, 
Session for 1892 at place to be designated by the Executive 
Committee. 

2. Rock River ^ organized in 1852, meets Friday before 
the second Sunday in October. H. R. Sampson, Morrison, 
Clerk, 

3. Spoon River ^ organized in 1841, meets the third Satur- 
day in May. Session for 1892 at Avon. Preacher of Occa- 
sional Sermon — Rev. E. J. Chaffee. Prof. J. C. Lee, 
Galesburg, Clerk, 

4. Lower Wabash^ organized in 1871 , meets Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Carrie Mattoon, Greenup, 
Clerk, 

The Universalist Woman's Association of lUinois^ 
oi^anized in 1868. Pres, — Mrs. M. R. M. Wallace, 
2222 Wabash Ave., Chicago; Vice-Pres, — Mrs. D. W. 
Richardson; Sec, — Miss Belle Gibson, 745 Washington 
Boulevard, Chicago; Treas, — Mrs. 0. W. Nash, Oak 
Park. 



18 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Chicago Universaliat Sunday-School Union, Pres. — 
Samuel Kerr, Esq., Chicago ; Sec. — Mrs. R. A. Small, Blue 
Island; J^reas. — H. N. KingmaD, Chicago. 



Parishea. 




Churches. 


S. SchooU. 


Church Ediflces. 
















TVfiafTifrfi 


Pu«t-ofllcea. Funiliei. 


Org. ^ No. 


Org. No. 


Date*. 


Valttea. 


A a^MMaAavava 


Apple Creek (dor.), 


20 


1874—12 


1876-46 


1871— W. 


$8,620 




Aurora (dor.), . . 


100 


1844—70 


1844—70 


IBfff—tt. 


80,000 




Avon, s« . • ■ • 


45 


1868-116 


1869—60 


1868— w. 


4,000 


C. A. Garat. 


Bfecher City, \, . 


26 


1874—41 


1887—20 


1870— !£». 


600 


J. K. Dillon. 


BeMdere, * , . . . 
Blue Inlana, . . . 


28 


25 


40 


Prop. 


660 


8. Crane, d.d. 


46 


1866—60 


1843-130 


1866— to. 


16,000 


W. R. Lihby. 


Chicago, l»t, . . 


200 


1848-460 


1848-400 


1888-«<. ; 


Bc6r. 












$126,000 


A. J. Canfleld, d j>. 


Chicago, 2d , . . . 
Chicago, 3d, . . 


860 


1858-475 


1860-100 


1886-6r. 


66,000 


M. H. Harrla, D.D. 


60 


1887—60 


188fr-100 


Prop. 


2,600 




Chicago B n g 1 e • 


- 












wood, .... 


160 


1881-217 


1879-260 


1889-^. 


26,000 


Florence E. Kol- 
lock. 


Chicago Lawn, . . 


20 


. . 


1888-40 


_ . 


• 


Chicago* Woodlawc 


I 












Park 


60 


1880-37 


1888—76 


1887—10. 


4,000 


O. A. Bahlln. 


Convention Church 


1 " 


- 28 


- - 


- 


- 


L. W. Brigfaam. 


Cowden (oc.)f • • 


20 


187a-21 


- 30 


to. 


400 




Decatur, .... 


60 


1864—90 


1864—46 


1866-6r. 


16,000 




Dixon, 1 


16 


1886—20 


1886—20 


1873— •«. 


16,000 


« 


SarMlU, |, . . . 


40 


1882—26 


1868—36 


1867-*r. 


16,000 


B. Crane, d.d. 


Elgin, 


126 


1867-173 


1866-120 


1871— w. 


10.000 


A. N. Alcott. 


OaleBburg, . . . 


86 


1867—06 


1867-110 


1862— w. 


10,000 


B. J. Chaffee. 


Oirard (oc). • • 


16 


1862—30 


1886—60 


1869— w. 


2,000 




Oood Hope {p. 0. 














Casey), .... 


12 


42 


- 26 


- - 


1,000 




Oreenup, J, . . . 


13 


1870-44 


- 60 


U). 


1,600 


Lombard Students. 


llendernon Orove 














TotPnnhip, \, . . 


10 


1889—13 


1891—25 


1891-ti>. 


1,000 


J. Hnghea. 


Hoopeston, . . . 


66 


1882-140 


1882-130 


1886—10. 
lYop. 


6,000 
600 


J. Straub, D J>. 


HutsonvlHe, . . . 


12 


1870—26 


1871—60 


1871—10. 


800 


J. A.CrOQch. 


Joliet, 


75 


1844—60 


1846-103 


1869-c^ 


25,000 


A. H. Laing. 


La/ayette, . . . 


12 


1878—26 


1877—61 


1876-40. 


4.000 




LibertyvilU,\, . . 


•. 


- - 


- - 


- - 


- 


J.B.Cantwell,DJ>. 


LeRov.i. . . . 

Lincoln {d4}r.),, . 


25 


1878-34 


- — 


1884— 10. 


1,000 


J. Cook. 


14 


- - 


- - 


1866-^. 


8,000 




LiUle ffickory (P. 














0. Bingham), . 


15 


187»-40 


- - 


t0. 


400 


P. T. Donaldson. 


Macomb, .... 


80 


1864-110 


1868-80 


1866-^. 


8,000 


L. J. Dinamore. 


llarseilleB, }, . . 


60 


1877-«6 


1860-100 


1860— 10. 


2,600 


A. Conntryman. 


lIcHenry, . . . 


10 


1866—18 


1866-60 


1864—10. 


2,000 


H. Blade. 


lIorrlaoD 


86 


1870-40 


1870-46 


1868— 6r. 


10,000 


J. P. MacLean. 


Mt.PulaM(oc.),, 


20 


- 40 


1873—26 


1861— 6r. 
Prop. 


1,000 
400 




yew Botton (oc.), . 


20 


1866-46 


1862—60 


1866—10. 


2,600 




Oak Park, . . . 


00 


1882—70 


1871-126 


1871—10. 


11,000 


Augneta J. Ohaptn. 


Ptcatonica, \, » ' 


15 


1869-47 


1888-28 


1868— <0. 


2,000 




Peoria, 


SOO 


1866-100 


1863-168 


1868-6r. 


40,000 


R. B. Marah. 


PlalDfl«ld, . . . 


16 


. . 


1884—85 


1868-10. 


1,000 


J. Merrlfleld. 


Boehelle (dor.), . 


12 


10 


- 80 


- - 


2,000 




SotemU(m.)t, . 


20 


186»-86 


- 100 


1882--40. 


1,000 


J. K. Dillon. 



UNIYERSAUST REGISTER. 



19 



VusUhm. 


Chniches. 


8.8chooIa. 


Church Edifices. 




Fo8t-offlcc«. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Sheridan (dor.), . - 
Sprino/leld, ... 50 
8uea (oc), ... 25 
3toan*§ Ortek, . . 35 
Sveamore, ... 76 
Table Grove, |, . .21 
Union (dor), . . 10 
Urbana, .... 80 
Verona, |, ... 26 
Wauponaee, 4, . . 20 
Wheaton (dor), . 14 
Wbideor, .... 25 
WoodetockCdor.),. 20 
YaUe OUy (dor.), . 20 


1884—60 

1878—16 
1877-100 
1868—46 

1869-100 
1887—17 
188»-16 
1878-20 
1880—32 

40 


36 

1884—10 

76 
1878-135 
1860—45 

1858-45 

1888—26 

1861-20 

40 

1881-25 


- . - $1,600 
1867— 6r. 15,000 

- - 600 

- - 100 
1887— *r. 12,000 
1868— 2,000 

- 6,800 
1870— 10,000 
1889— 2,000 

1862— u>. 2,000 
1881— ti>. 3,000 
1870— w. 3,000 
1866—14}. 1,000 


Qeo. Omm. 
C. A. Garst. 

F. M. Yatea. 

E. rs.] Newport. 

K. [S.J Newport. 


ToUl»-57 . 2,725 


48—3,600 


45—3,820 


61— $527,970 





Indiana. 

The State Convention was organized in 1848, reorganized 
and incorporated 1883. Session for 1892 will be held at 
Fincastle, on Thursday before the first Sanday in Septem- 
ber. Pfes. — William Paulas, Mier ; Vice-Pres, — Rev. T. 
S. Guthrie, Muncie ; Sec. — Will S. Stewart, Muncie ; Treas. 
— C. T. Swain, Dublin ; True, — M. L. Bridges, Fincastle ; 
Charles Styer, Indianapolis ; Rev. T. E. Ballard, Crawfords- 
ville ; Rev. J. H. Hewit; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
H. N. Brown, Dublin ; Rev. R. N. John, Dublin ; Rev. J. 
B. Fosher, Dr. S. O. Budd, J. M. Abbott. Preacher of 
Occasional Sermon — Rev. H. N. Brown. Permanent Mis- 
sionary Fund. — The Christian Swank Fund, $2,415.18 ; the 
Edmund Green Fund, $410 ; the Centre Square Fund, 
$163.50; total, $2,988.68. 

State Sunday-School Convention meets at the same time 
and place as the State Convention. Pres. — Rev. John H, 
ffewUy New Castle ; Vice-Pres. — Miss Flora Brown, Dublin ; 
Hec, Sec. — Miss Anna Guild, McCordsville ; Cor. Sec. — 
Rev. R. N. John, Dublin; Treas. — C. T. Swain, Dublin. 
Fnnds, $100. 



20 



UNIYEBSALIST BEGISTER. 



Vniveracdist Woman'8 Aid Association^ organized in 1879, 
meets at the same time and place as the State Convention. 
Pres. — Mrs. F. S. John, Dublin; Sec. — Mrs. Eva C. 
Ballard, Crawfordsville ; Treas. — Mrs. S. O. Buddy 
Munde. 

Young Peoples Christian Union. Pres. — A. C. Strouder, 
Muncie; Eec. Sec. — Flora Fosher, Roann; Cor. Sec. — 
Miss Flora B. Brown, Dublin. 

Associations. — The Upper Wabash^ organized in 1842, 
meets Friday before the first Sunday in May. Silas Miller, 
Tilmon, Clerk. 

The Lower Wabash, organized in 1841, reorganized in 1887, 
meets Friday before the third Sunday in May. Preacher of 
Occasional Sermon in 1892 — Rev. T. B. Luster. Miss Liz- 
zie Thompson, Dayton, Clerk. 

The Central, organized in 1860, meets Friday before the 
first Sunday in June. Mrs. Kate Brownback, Pendleton, 
Clerk. 

The Elkhart, organized in 1856, meets at the call of the 
President, Danforth Parker. 

TJie Whitewater, organized in 1847, meets Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Hon. J. M. Bulla, Clerk. 

The Sogers, organized in 1848, meets Friday before the 
fourth Sunday in August. Mrs. C. C. Piatt, Lawrence- 
burg, Clerk. 



Firlih««. 


ChurchM. 


S. Schoolt. 


Church Ediflcei. 


PrvMAherv. 


Port-office*. Famillcf. 


Org. No. 


OlR. 


No. 


Dates. 


Valuei. 




Abington {pc.), . . 6 
Aurora (dor.), . . 8 
Seech Orove, |, . . 10 
Slujfton (oc), . . 25 

Boston, \ 10 

Brookiton, |, . . 80 
Centre Square (dor.)t 6 
Columbia City (dor.), 8 
Cromwell, i,. . . 18 
Dayton (oc), . . 25 


6 
1876—15 
1890-23 
1855—50 
1860—22 
1881—80 
185S-10 
1878—14 
1891—18 
1841—50 


1890-40 
1880-100 

1869—30 


10. $1,000 
200 
1890--ir. 1,000 
1878— w. 3,000 
1869— w. 4,000 
1891-«r. 3,000 
Prop. 166 

to. 2,000 
1891-dr. 2,500 
1850--IO. 2,000 


1£. L. Pope. 

If. L. Pope. 
I. B. G-raDdy. 

J. B. Foflher. 
T. B. Latter. 



UNIVSBSALIST REGISTER. 



21 



Flarifhes. 



FunillM. 



Churehei. 



Org. 



No. 



8. School*. 



Org. No. 



Church EdlflcM. 



DAtea. 



ValoM. 



FrMMshan. 



Devon, 4 60 

Dubiin, X 30 

Fairfield (oc), . . 21 

l^cattUt i, . . . 75 
inf. WavM {dor.),. 10 
Orantmmrg (oc.), . 20 
Barmony (oc), . 20 
Hantertown, 1, . . 88 
Huntington (dor.), 7 
Irelaod (P. {?., Beat- 
ley), \ 80 

IndianapolU (oc), 
La Fayette, }^ . .40 
Logatuport (oc), . 26 

MddiMon (dor.), . 12 
jrancA««ter (oe.), . 10 
McCordflTllle, i, . 26 

jn«r (00.), ... 21 
Mi. Oarmel, |, . . 26 

Mnnde 60 

North Vernon {dor.) , 10 
Oaktandon, |, . . 41 
Piairtot {oe.), . . 10 
Pendleton (oc), . 11 
Pleasant Orove (P. 

O.KDighUtowD),i,16 
Pleasant Hill (dor.), 8 
Pleasant Lake, 1, . 23 
RiHng Sun (oc), . 12 
Boann, \, . . . .41 

Salada, | 40 

South Milan (oc), 

(P.O., Milan), . 12 

Stringtown (dor.), 4 

Ttrre Haute (oc), 40 

Union C^ty (dor.), 6 
£rii<on. Perry do, 

(oc), * ... 15 

Union, Union C?o., i, 20 

Upland (oc), . . 13 

Ffwiy (oc), ... 10 

Waldron (dor.), . 10 

Walton, \, ... 10 

Wett L^Htnon (m.), 12 

WhUeniUe,\, . . 10 

WoodTille (oc), . 16 



186»-200 

1848--88 

1848-43 

1870.160 
1875—18 
1871—40 
1871—40 
1866-47 
12 

1868-7P 
1886—30 
1868—70 
1867—60 

1869-20 
1848—21 
1888-46 

1873—49 
1850-100 

1860-166 

1860-30 

- 122 
1836—14 

13 

1883—36 

- 16 
1868—31 
1841—40 
1876—57 

1880—80 



1879-38 

8 

1840—47 

16 

1M8— 80 
1841—40 

1888—26 
1861—24 
1871—14 
1869—20 
1880-12 
1882—26 
- 26 



Totals- 62 1,050 ; 52—2,318 



1860-160 
1868—60 

1870-100 



80 



1868—60 
1890—40 

1888—80 

1860—26 
1869-150 



1887—30 

1876-40 
1891—68 



1889—40 



1880—20 
1888—76 



186»-6r. $1,200 

Prop. 8,300 

1872— 6r. 2,000 

Prop. 400 

1848— to. 1,500 

Prop. 100 

1871— fcr. 7,000 



w. 1,800 



1868—10. 

Prop. 
1869 -6r. 
1863-*r. 

Prop. 
1860— to. 

1888— 6r. 

Prop. 
1883— *r. 
1873-*r. 

Prop. 
1869-6r. 

Prop. 
1862— 
1876— Ar. 
1839— 6r. 
to. 

1887—10. 

10. 

1870— to. 
1843— ftr. 
1876-6r. 

Prop. 
1841—10. 

Prop. 

1880-6r. 

IT. 

1868— 6r. 
to. 

1868— to. 
1842— 

Prop. 
1890— to. 

Prop. 

Prop. 

to. 

1870—10. 

1882— to. 



2,000 

1,000 

16,000 

12.000 

1,000 

1,000 

500 

2,500 

150 

2,000 

2,500 

2,000 

13.000 

6,500 

8,000 

3,000 

2,500 

1,000 

1,000 
1.000 
2,600 
2.500 
3.000 
1,000 
1,500 
600 

1,500 

200 

16,000 

1,500 

1.000 
1,000' 

100 
1.800 
3,000 

100 

16.000 

2,000 

1,600 

300 



18—1,178 1 46— $162,816 



T. B. Onthrte. 

T. B. Ballard. 

I. B. Orandy. 

M. L. Pope. 

R. 17^. John. 
H. Groves. 
J. B. Foaber. 

H. N. Brown. 
T. B. Luster. 



R. N. John. 
I. B. Orandy. 

J. B. Fosher. 



W. W. Oleason. 

R. N. John. 

H. N. Brown. 
J. B. Fosher. 
J. B. Fosher. 

H. N. Brown. 



H. Groves. 
I. B. Grandy. 



R. N. John. 
J. B. Fosher. 



22 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Iowa. 

State Convention, organized 1843, meets the fourth 
Wednesday in September, 1892, at Webster City. Pres. — 
F. A. Bomer, Dea Moines; Vice-Pres. — Percy A. Lane, 
Waterloo ; Sec. — Rev. Thomas E. Dotter, Eldora ; Treas. — 
Franklin C. Piatt, Waterloo ; Trua. — Mrs. T. W. Woodrow, 
Marshalltown ; W. F. Brown, C. D. Van Vechten; Com- 
mittee of Fellowship — Rev. T. W. Woodrow, Marshalltown ; 
Rev. L. F. Porter, Waterloo ; E. Hnrlburt, Marshalltown ; 
Preacher of Occassional Sermon — Rev. L. F. Porter. Per- 
manent Fund, $2,311. 

Woman's Missionary Association. Pres. — Mrs. T. W. 
Woodrow, Marshalltown; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. A. T. Lane, 
Waterloo; Sec. — Mrs. W. L. Swan, Marshalltown; Trea^. 

— Mrs. E. D. Brown, Cedar Rapids; Missionary^ employed 
by the W. M. A. — Rev. S. L. Crum, Dubuque. 

Young PeopWs Christian Union. Pres. — F. G. Waite, 
Mt. Pleasant ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. T. E. Dotter, Eldora ; Sec. 

— Cora Lane, Waterloo ; Treas. — Myrtle Jones, Dubuque ; 
State Organizer — Florence Gratiot, Charles City. 

Ministers in Fellowship — Active: Amos Crum, Mrs. S. 
L. Crum, Thos. E. Dotter, G. S. Gowdy, A. C. Grier, J. E. 
Keyes, H. Lewellen, J. H. Palmer, L. F. Porter, Mrs. 
Charlotte Porter, W. A. Pratt, B. F. Snook, W, L. Swan, 
T. W.. Woodrow, Matt. Wing. Superannuated, or in other 
business : Thos. Ballinger, H. B. Butler, Joel Garretson, 
W. W. Merritt, G. G. Odiorne, W. P. Payne, F. D. Pierce, 
Aaron Smith, O. F. Van Cise. 



Fftriahet. 


Churchea. 


S. School!. 


Church £dlfleea. 


PreftekfiTi* 


Foit-^llloef. 1 Fainiliea. 


Oi«. No. 


Orx. No. 


Dates. Valuea. 




Bloomjleldt ... 26 
£oon€ idhyr.), . . 10 
OattaUa, .... 20 


1872—30 
1878—20 


1873-45 

- 20 

1872—40 


br. $2,000 
1871— ic. 1,000 
187&— to. 1,600 





UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



23 



FariBhea. 



FoaUofflee*. Fkmilies. 



Chnrches. 



S. Schoolj. 



Church Ediflccf. 



Oik. No. Org. No. | Dates. Value*. 



Preachers. 



Cedar FalU, ... 26 

Cedar RapidSi . . 95 

Charles City, . . 17 

Clarfnda, }, . . . 20 

Dubuque, .... 65 

Eldora, .... 80 

Oreeleut .... 28 

Iowa Falla, k . . - 

ManchtHeTt |, . . 20 

Mar»hamownt\t • 48 

MiteheiMUe^L . 36 

Mi. Pleasant, I, . 20 

0$ag€, i, .... 39 

Otranto, .... 10 

Shenandoah, |» . . 8 

Sieamboat Sock, . 10 

Storm Late, ... 46 

Strawberry Foint, 33 

Waterloo, ... 41 

Webster City, . . 20 

Wett Union, ... 60 

Totals— 24 . 716 



- 26 


1877—66 


] 860-102 


1869—75 


1890—11 


1890—85 


187^-73 


3884-40 


1877—60 


1858-101 


1889—32 


85 


- 26 


„ « 


1891—30 


.. — 


- 40 


1890—26 


63 


1879—75 


1878—62 


1883—70 


1868-45 


1858—66 


1878-«8 


1871—46 


1801—13 


- 


1881—60 


1881—66 


^ ^ 


- 62 


1876-80 


1889-130 


1878-40 


50 


1887—20 


1887-120 


20-840 


19-1,163 



w. 
1875-6r. 

10. 
lB«2—br, 
Prop. 
1869— 6r. 



$3,000 
15,000 

4,000 

8,000 

15,000 

3,000 



uf, 3,000 



br. 

9t. 

1870 

br, 
1877— ic. 

Un, 

1878— MJ. 
1880-19. 

Prop. 
1861— 6r. 
1889— 

Prop. 
1874— tr 
1888-*r. 



6,000 
9,000 

3,600 
6,000 



1,200 
4,500 
800 
1,500 
8.000 
1,000 
4,000 
10,000 



19— $111,000 



Mr*. S. L. Crum. 
J. H. Palmer. 
A. C. Grler. 
H. Lewellen. 

A. Crum. 

T. E. Dotter and 
G. 8. Gowdy. 

T. E. Dotter. 

T. W. Woodrow. 
T. W. Woodrow. 



H. Lewellen. 
J. E. Keyes. 



L. F. Porter and 
Charlotte Porter. 
B. F. Snook. 



Kansas. 

The State Convention, organized in 1869, meets in 1892, 
at Topeka, on Thursday before the first Sunday in October. 
Pres. — Abijah Wells, Seneca; Vice-Pres. — C. H. Trott, 
Janction City ; Sec, — Rev. C. H. Rogers, Arkansas City ; 
TreoA, — Chas. S. Davis, Junction City; Committee of Fel- 
lowship — Rev. Josiah Davis, Oswego; Rev. A. Barnes, 
Junction City, and C. H. Trott; Tnis.—C. H. Trott, 
Abijah Wells, A. C. Pierce, H. B. Pierce, C. L. Westcott, 
J. K. Wood ; State Missionary — Rev. Josiah Davis, 
Oswego. 



Parishes. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


FreachcTB. 


l*ost-ofllce«. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. 


No. 


Dates. 1 Values. 




Arkansas City,. . 40 
BurdetU, .... 23 


1889—86 


1889—31 


- _ _ 


C. H. Rogers. 



24 



UNIVBRSALIST REGISTSR. 



Pariahes. 



Pott-offloM. FamiUes 



ChurchM. 



Org. No. 



8. Schools. 



Org. No. 



Church Edifices. 



Dates. Values. 



Praaehen. 



xyOOmf ■ • • ■ • ^ 

Convention Charch, - 
Delphott 4, ... 14 

Franl^fortt ... 10 
Hutchinaon, |, . . 00 

Junction City, . . 60 



Minneapolii, . . 20 
Otwego {dor.), . . 16 
Ottawa ('for.), . . 20 



Red{field, i, ... 16 

Rice Co. (oc), . . 12 

Beneca 60 

Topeka, .... 40 

Towanda, |, . . . 81 

Vallty Centre, \, . 2& 

Vermillion, \, . . 7 

Wilmington {oc.),, 12 



Totals— 10 



465 



- 200 
1842-45 

1888—16 
1883—86 

1877-46 



1862—32 
1877—20 
1871-44 
1889—64 



1880—26 
11 



1887—50 
1873—40 

1887—53 
1876-170 



1882—30 



1871—95 
1891-30 



12—663 



8-499 



1882—1/7. $3,000 

Prop. 3,000 

1889— {<?. 1,000 

1883— ic. 3,000 

Prop. 3,000 

1882— Tr. 2,500 

Prop. 500 



Prop. 

1869— f^ 
Prop, 



50 

6,000 
300 



5— $22,850 



J. Bishop. 
J. Davia. 
P. A. Brant. 

J. Wilaon. 
A. Barnes. 



J. A. Stoner. 
Q. H. Shinn. 
C. II. Rogers. 



Kentdckt. 

State Convention organized in 1875. Time of meeting in 
1892 the last Friday in May, with Crofton Church, Christian 
County. Pres, — H. B. Clark ; Vice-Pres, — B. F. Johnson ; 
Sec, — Polk Cansler, Hopkinsville ; Treaa, — B. F. Teague ; 
Trvs. — W. P. Hardwick, J. D. Simpson, F. H. Renshaw, 
H. Prouse, G. I. Houton ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
R. Medley, B. D. Franklin, J. D. Simpson ; Superintendent 
oj Churches — Rev. M. W. Tabor; Preacher of Annual 
Sermon — Rev. Reuben Medley. 

Vice-Pres, Wbman*8 Centenary Association — Mrs. Amanda 
C. Yancey, Hopkinsville. 



Parishes. 


Churches. 


8. Schools, j 


Church Edtfloes. 


Praaehen. 




Post-ofllces. Families. 


Org. 1 No. 


Org. i No. , 


Dates. Values. 




Sardxrell {m.), . . 8 1887—11 
Beulah, I, ... 25 1887— 6 

1 


- 


Un.—VD. $400 


J. 0. Oravea. 





UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



25 



Puishes. 




Churches. 


9. Schools. 


Church Edifleec 
















PrMchcn. 


PiMt-oAcea. | Fftmilles. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. 


Values. 




Burlington ioc,). 


^ 


1876-6« 


^ ^ 


^ ^ 


„ 




CkarU/iton, . . 


. 10 


- - 


. - 


- 


- 




CoiMoUtloii (OC.)i 


. 20 


1835—50 


- 


1840— tc. 


$300 




Onzb Tree (oc.), 


. 15 


— - 


- > 


- - 


— 




Oraner (oc.)» . 


. 12 


— — 


> 


- - 


- 




Croftoo (oc.)t • 


. 10 


18S5-15 


- - 


rn. — U7. 


800 




lyawon, 1, . . 


. 13 


1887—17 


- -. 


1887-»c 


600 




Earlington, . . 
FrnUHlIl (oc), 


10 


- — 


- — 


Tn. 






. 12 


40 


— - 


- - 


- 




Oood Uopt^ I, . 


. 15 


1886—25 


— — 


rn.—w. 


500 




HopkiDAville, |, 


. 20 


1887 50 


1888—60 


1889— ftr. 


4,500 


M. W. Tabor. 


Manilou (oc.), . 


. 12 


1888—17 


- - 


. 


- 




Princeton (oc.). 


. 10 


- - 


~- 


. - . 


- 




ScotM>urg (oc), 


. 20 


- - 


- - 


1890— t/J. 


WW 




WhUe rtaina» \, 


. 8 


1884—15 




Un . — ic 


1,500 




Totolt— 17 . 


. 220 


11-302 


1—50 


9- 


$9,300 





Maine. 

State Convention, organized 1828, meets in 1892 on Tues- 
day following the first Monday in June, at Augusta. Pres. 

— Hon. N. W. Harris, Auburn; Vice-Presidents — A. D. 
Knight, Hallowell ; Rev. I. J. Mead, Augusta; Sec. — Rev. 
H. S. Whitman, Bowdoinham ; Treas. — Hon. R. Dresser, 
Auburn; Financial and Missionary Agent — Rev. H. S. 
Whitman, Bowdoinham ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
W. M. Kimmell, Rockland ; Rev. E. F. Pember, Bangor ; 
Rev. F. M. Houghton, Deering; Alfred Winslow, Oakland ; 
G. M. Twitchell, M.D., Augusta; Trtis. — Charles Dunn, 
J. A. Bucknam, S. W. Carr; Preacher of OccaMonaX Ser- 
mon — O. F. Safford, D.D. Permanent Fund, $8,782. 

Young People's Christian Union. Pres. — Byron A. Mead, 
Augusta; Vice-Pres. — Herbert D. Hodgkin, Lewiston ; 
Sec. — Miss Georgie A. Bradley, 25 Mayo St., Portland; 
Treas. — Fred. E. Wheeler, Oakland; Executive Committee 

— Miss Mary E. Morse, Mrs. Dana Crockett, Miss Stella 
£. Kecne. 

State Sunday-School Convention meets on the second 



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26 



UNITERSALIST REOISTBR. 



Wednesday in October. Pres, — Frank Rackliffe, Auburn ; 
Vice-Pres. — Dt. G. M. Twitchell, Fairfield; /Sec. — J. V. 
Bradley, Portland ; Treas, — Mrs. J. S. Hobbs, Augusta; 
Trus, — J. B. Dingley, Mrs. C. A. Hayden, J. P. Rockwell. 

Vice-Pres, WomarCs Centenary AssocicUion — Mrs. Dr. 
Twitchell, Augusta. 

Ministers* Institute, Pres. — Henry Blanchard, D.D., 
Portland. 

Associations. — 1. York and Cumberland^ organized in 
1828, meets on the second Wednesday in September. 

2. Kennebec^ organized in 1828. J. S. Hobbs, Augusta, 
Clerk. 

8. Oxford^ organized in 1844, meets the fourth Wednes- 
day in September. Rev. S. S. Davis, North Fryeburg, Clerk. 

4. Penobscot VaUey^ reorganized in 1878, meets in 
October at the call of its Executive Committee. Rev. W. 
M. Kimmell, Rockland, Clerk. 

5. Franklin^ meets on the last Wednesday and Thursday 
in August. Session for 1892 at Kingsford. Jennie L. His- 
cock, Wilton, Clerk. 



FaiiibM. 



Churches. S. Schools. 



Pott-ofBcM. Fmniillei. Org. j No. Org. I No. 



Church Edifloef . 



Date*. Values. 



FlPMchen. 



AlMon (oc.)i' 
Auburn, . . 
AuffuntOf . . 
Bangor, . . 
Bath, . . . 
Belfantt . . 



Bethel, . . . 
Middf/ord, . 
Bowdoinham, 

Bridgton^. . 
jSrottf{/tfld, . 
Brunawick, . 
Bryant* I\>nd, 
BucMeld,. . 
Calau, . . . 



. 24 

. 20 
. 287 
. 116 
. 265 
. 141 
. 98 



00 
68 



1879—18 

1838-264 
1842-100 
1841—80 
1887-27 
1850—43 

1859—15 
1845-38 
1890—14 



60 ' 1882—30 
30 - - 
45 I 1881-18 
30 ' 1843—28 
40 - - 
100 i 1871—45 



1877—45 
1870—60 
1836-290 
1886-110 
1841-430 
1839-112 
1841-100 

1859—30 
1841-40 
1882--t0 

1888—26 
1880—41 
1870—64 
1881—30 



1870—94 



1841— to. 
1638— U). 
1876-*r. 
1863— 6r. 
1860 -*r. 
1860— to. 
1870— w. 

Prop. 
1864—10. 
1867—10. 
1830-10. 

Prop, 

1870— «o. 

1873-to. 

1886— to. 

to. 



1878-10. 
Prop. 



$2,600 
1,000 

40,000 

80,000 

40,000 
7,000 

16,000 
1,000 
3,000 

16,000 
4.800 
1,500 
3,000 
2,500 
6,000 
2,500 
1,800 

14,000 
4,000 



OCA. Hayden. 
J. F. Leland. 
B. F. Pember. 
A. Conklln. 



F. E. Barton. 

B. Brunning. 

C. L. Walte. 
J. Vincent. 



TJNITERSALIST REGISTER. 



27 



Fuithc*. 


Choxchef. 


S. Schoola. 


Church Edifice*. 












Fnachen. 


Foit-ofllccs. 1 Funiliea. 


Org. No. 1 On. No. 


Dates. 1 


Yftluea. 




Gunden, .... 40 


^ ^ 


^ ^ 


1879— IT. 


$3,600 ' C. L. Paddock. 


OantDD 60 


- - 


1879—81 


1856—10. 


2,000 1 H. G. Dunham. 


Oarmei (oe.), . . 86 


- 


- 


w. 


1,500 




Chapman (d»r.)* • 20 


- 


- - 


- 


- 




Oumb^land (oc.)f 20 


— - 


— — 


\c. 


1.000 




Deerinfft .... 100 


1881-^ 


1867-180 


1867— M?. 


13,000 


0. F. Safford, d.d. 


I>enmark, i> . . . 9 


1881—10 


1880—20 


IT. 


1,000 




Dexter 140 


1801—84 


1830-100 


1869— u;. 


10.000 


W. H. Gonld. 


Dia^eld 30 


- 


1879—50 


1829— to. 


1,500 




Eavt Derrut . . . - 


- — 


76 


- - 


- 




Eawt IHxIUld.k, . 80 


1826—26 


1866—40 


- • 


- 




BMt EddlDgton, . 29 


. . 


1861—85 


1891- w. 


3,000 




Fair/Uld, .... 100 


- - 


1865—86 


1890— u>. 


10,000 


B. L.Hon ghton. 


Freeport, .... 60 
Gardiner, ... 90 


— . 


20 


1883—10. 


8,600 


C. L. Walte. 


1840—80 


1846—75 


1840—10. 


18,000 


F. M. Houghton. 








Prop. 


680 




Ort€n€ (oc.), . . 25 
Oailford 60 


- - 


- 25 


1829—10. 


1.000 




• • 


1891—50 


10. 


9.500 


R. H. Aldrieh. 


BaiUnoeU, ... 66 


1842-30 


1880—70 


1843—10. 


8,000 


F. M. Houghton. 


Mampdsn (oc), . 26 


- - 


- 


1828— to. 


1,200 






- 20 


- - 


to. 


2,500 




Biram(oe.),. . . 26 


1876—26 


1872-20 


1872-10. 


8,000 




Sf^p^f \f .... SO 


— — 


1862—26 


Un. 
Prop. 


10,500 


C. L. Paddock. 


Kgndtukeagidor.), SO 


- - 


1870—64 


to. 


1,000 




tOngfield (oc.)f . • 15 


- - 


1873—50 


1838— to. 


1,000 




mUery {dor.), . . 40 


1870—17 


1870—60 


1871—10. 


8,000 




L€€dM (oc), ... 26 


» - 


80 


1874— to. 


4.000 




LewlstoD 160 


1866-90 


1865-140 


1866— to. 


15,000 


R. F. Johonnot. 


LlTermore, Bret- 












tnDft* MUli {nun- 












tnefTf t . . . • " 


• . 


1860-80 


1869— to. 


8,000 


W. R. French, d.d. 


Ziwrmore, No r - 












lands (ocOt • • - 


— -. 


- - 


1828-to. 


8.000 




LiTermore Falls, . 60 


- - 


1881-49 


1829— to. 


3,000 




JTorAiat (oc). • . 80 
Mechanic Fallt, . . 90 


- — 


- ~ 


1869-10. 


3,000 




1868-76 


1854—80 


1863— to. 


8,000 


G. G. Hamilton. 


Monton intmmer), 25 


- - 


- - 


— — 


•> 




New Olouce4ter(oc.), 60 


1840—20 


1660—25 


1842— to. 


1.000 




jr«wPt>rtiandioc.), 20 


- - 


1863—40 


1830— to. 


1,000 




North Antont 86 


- - 


1876-65 


1883—10. 


3,500 




North Auburn ioc), 26 


1860—20 


1850—35 


1858-to. 


2,000 




.WbrfA Chathamt . > 


— • 


1887—42 


- — 


- 




iVbrfA Fryeburgt . 30 


1844- 


188&— 45 


1838—10. 


2,000 


8. S. Davit. 


North Jav, (, . . 21 
North Jfontnouth 


• - 


1866-30 


Un. 
















(oc,) 12 


> 


- 


1852- tr. 


2,200 




North New Fort- 












landjl 12 

North 'nimer(oe.)> 20 


•" ~ 


. 35 


to. 


2,000 


W.R.French, D.D. 


Norway 66 


1822-40 


1834-120 


1828— IP. 


7.000 


Caroline B. Angel 1. 


Oakland, .... 206 


1863-60 


1839-125 


1834— to. 


7,000 


T. B. T. Fiiher. 


Otdtown 80 


— — 


85 


1848-to. 
Prop, 


2,000 
1,500 


F. 0. Andrews. 


Orland, .... 88 


_ . 


1867—54 


1845-to. 


1.500 




Orono 66 


1868—16 


1843-100 


1844-ir. 
Prop. 


6,000 
2.500 


J. Kimball. 


Oitford (oc), . . 12 


- 


- 


Prop. 


400 




ParU 27 


"• ~ 


"" — 


w. 


3,000 





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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Fftrishes. 



Poft-offlcM. FamlliM. 



Churches. 



Org. No. 



8. Schooli. 



On;. No. 



Church EdllloM. 



Date*. Valoee. 



Praachcn. 



PhilUp$ (dor), . . 85 


. . 


46 


1872— IT. 


$1,000 




Pittafleld,. ... 00 


1872-21 


1888—80 


1871— IP. 
Prop. 


6,000 
3,500 


J. H. Little. 


"PoTiluxdiGon.Sg.), 282 


1821-152 


1828-280 


1866— 6r. 


50.000 


H. Blanchard, d J>. 


Portland (Ch.Me«.), 150 


1873-104 


1881-312 


1871— 6r. 
Prop, 


26,000 
1,500 


G. I. Keim. 


Bea^ldioc.), . 25 


- - 


42 


1827— 6r. 


6,000 




Richmond, ... 55 


1888-34 


1887 76 


1886— IT. 
Prop, 


2,000 
1.000 


H. A. Abbott. 


Rockland, . . .120 


1872-45 


- 160 


1875-u>. 


15,000 


W. M. Klmmell. 


RockpoH 10 


~ "" 


- 


1864—10. 


1,000 




Round Pond, . . 30 


1888-22 


1887-105 


to. 


3,000 




Saccarappa, . . 80 
Sangemlfe, ... 40 


47 


- 75 


1888—10. 


12,000 


F. L. R. Payaon. 




1889-40 


Vh, 




R. H. Aldrich. 


Scarboro Cktr.{oc.)t 30 


- 


- 


to. 


2,500 




Sidney (oc), . . 25 
Bkowbegan, ... 70 


- 84 


- - 


1844— to. 


400 




1884—36 


1883—65 


1881— to. 


4,000 




South Berwick, . 30 


1876-66 


1876—62 


1876— to. 


16,000 




South Buxten, . . 25 


— — 


1889—46 


to. 


2,000 


Jr. W. Webber. 


South Hope, 1, . . 21 


- - 


1869—24 


1880—10. 


2,000 


C. L. Paddock. 


South Windham, . 40 


— • 


1883—60 


1840— 


1,000 




Stockton 30 


1876—30 


1843—70 


1863— to. 


6.000 




SwanvilUt |, . . 20 


- - 


80 


1860—10. 


2,000 




Turner Centre, . . 76 


1849 - 


1848—60 


1850-to. 


4,000 


J. Eaatwood. 


Union, 25 


- - 


^ _ 


- - 


1,600 




WatervilU, ... 60 


1826—12 


1833-52 


1833— to. 
Prop. 


9,000 
3,000 


E. L. Houghton. 


Weatbrook, ... 90 


1887-54 


1884—67 


1888-»o. 


12,000 


F. L. R. Payaon. 


WtMtNew Portland X 20 


- 


1888—60 


1838—10. 


2,000 




We9t Paris {DC.) , . 20 


1864—12 


1867—26 


- - 


- 




WeMt ParBonJleld, . 14 


- - 


- 


- - 


1,500 




Went Sumner, . , 25 


1869-40 


- 40 


to. 


3,000 




WelU (oc), ... 30 


- - 


- — 


1862— 


2.000 




Wilton (oc), . . 26 


1880—30 


1878—32 


- - 


- 




Windham (oc), . 30 


- 


1871—30 


- - 


- 




Yarmouth, ... 53 


- - 


1836—40 


1831— to. 


1,600 




ToUla— 98 . 5,064 


46—2,082 


78-6,763 


88— $583,680 





Maryland. 

No State Convention. Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary 
Assodaiion — Mrs. R. H. Pullman, Baltimore. 



Parishei. 


Churches. 


B. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Prcaehen. 


Poft-offices. Families. 


Oik. ! No. 


Oif. No. 


Date*. Valuea. 




Baltimore, 2d, . . 88 
Cheaapeaks City, 
idor.) - 


1834-310 


1834>106 


1888— «^ $28,000 
- 3,000 


R. H. Pullman. 


Totala— 2 . . 88 


1—810 


1—106 


2- $31,000 





UNIVERSALIST REOI8TEB. 29 



Massachusetts. 



State ConyentioD, organized in 1834, meets the fourth 
Taesday in September. Pres. — Eben Alexander, Boston ; 
Vice-Pres. — Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Lawrence ; Sec. — Rev. W. 
A. Start, 30 West St., Boston ; Treas. —John D. W. Joy, 
Boston; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. C. R. Tenney, 
Boston ; Rev. R. A, Greene, Rev. J. S. Cutler, A. J. Patter- 
son, D.D., F. E. Ingalls; Trw*. — Rev. W. S. Woodbridge, 
Rev. L. C. Blackford, Rev. F. O. Hall, J. L. Sweet, B. B. 
Whittemore, Joseph B. Horton. The session for 1892 will 
be held as appointed by the Executive Committee; Preacher 
of Occasional Sermon — J. M. Pullman, D.D. Permanent 
Funds, $65,115.07. 

The Woman* s Universalist Missionary Society of Massachu- 
setts was organized in January, 1886. Its object is: To 
enlist the women of the Universalist Church in Massachusetts 
in missionary work, in the distribution of religious literature, 
in aiding deserving persons to obtain an education ; and to 
assist in such religious charities as the Society may find to be 
useful and expedient. It is to work in harmony and co-oper- 
ation with the Massachusetts and General Conventions, to 
advance the missionary enterprises of our Church. Pres. — 
Mrs. Jane L. Patterson; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. M. H. Bray; 
Sec. — Mrs. Harriette M. Ayer, 16 Flint St., Somerville ; 
Treas. — Miss Caroline A. Eastman, Melrose. Permanent 
Fund, $3,090. 

Young People's Union. Pres. -^ E. A. Bachelder, 14 
Summer St., Cambridgeport; Vice-Pres. — Ernest F. Love- 
joy, Boston ; Sec. — Miss Mary Moulton, Cambridgeport ; 
Cor. Sec. — Miss Nellie A. Fegan, Beverly; Treas. — Geo. 
L. Elwell, 55 Eilby St., Boston ; the above named and the 
Pres. and Sec. of the State Convention constitute the Execu- 
tive Committee. 



30 UNIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 

The Bethany Home for Young Women^ located at 14 
Worcester St., Boston, is a charitable institution under the 
auspices of the Universalists of Massachusetts, and was 
incorporated May 9, 1889. Its object is to establish and 
maintain a home for respectable, indigent young women, 
who from debility or inability to work are unable to support 
themselves. Fres. — J. D. W. Joy; Vice-Presidents^ — 
Miss Mary A. Ellis, Joseph B. Horton; Treas. — Eben 
Alexander ; Glerk — Rev. W. A. Start, 30 West St., Boston ; 
Superintendent — Mrs. Maria H. Bray. 

Associations. — 1. Old Colony^ organized in 1827, meets 
in October, as the Executive Committee appoint. JSec. and 
Treas. — Rev. S. R. H. Biggs, West Scituate. 

2. Boston y organized in 1829, meets on the first Wednes- 
day in May. Chas. F. Potter, Tufts College, Clerk. 

3. Union^ organized in 1834, meets the first Wednesday 
in June. Rev. J. H. Holden, Amherst, Cleric. 

4. Barnstable^ organized in 1838, meets as the Clerk may 
appoint. J. A Small, Provincetown, Clerk. 

5. Winchester^ organized in 1839, meets on the first 
Wednesday in October. H. A. Bowen, Shelburne Falls, Clerk. 

The Universalis Sabbath School Union includes the 
eighteen schools in Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Somerville, 
Tufts College and Newton, with an aggregate membership of 
three thousand and thirty-one. Its permanent fund amounts 
to $10,652.52. Arthur W. Glines, Somerville, Secretary. 

The Middlesex Conference of Churches and Sunday- 
schools includes six churches and schooto, viz. : Arlington, 
Maiden, Medford, Melrose, Saugus and Wakefield, and 
meets quarterly on the second Wednesday in January, April, 
July and October. Pres. — Rev. J. S. Cutler, Melrose; 
Sec. — Rev. I. C. Tomlinson, Arlington. 

TJie Essex UniversaXist Sunday-School Union has a mem- 
bership of about three thousand. Its officers are : Pres. — 



UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 



31 



Willard Goldthwaite, Salem; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. Maria H. 
Bray, Boston ; Sec. — W. D. Dennis, Salem; Treas. — F. 
H. Crowell. Its meetings are held on the third Wednes- 
day in March, second Wednesday in June, September and 
December, in the different parishes, as arrangements can be 
made. 

Tlie Norfolk Sunday-School Union^ organized in 1889, 
includes the Sunday-schools in Norfolk County. Pre8, — 
Rev. C. S. Nickerson, Norwood; Sec. — Rev. F. A. Dilling- 
ham, North Attleboro; Treas. — Charles Foster, Taunton. 
Time and place of meeting determined by the Board of 
Government. 

The Merrimac Valley Conference was oganized at Law- 
rence, Feb. 18, 1885. It embraces all the Universalist 
chnrches in the Merrimac Valley, from Nashua, N. H., to 
Newburyport, Mass. The design is to meet once a year with 
each parish in the Conference. The present officers are : 
Pres. — Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Lawrence ; Vice-Prea. — Daniel 
Groodrich, Haverhill; Sec. and Treas. — Rev. A. A. Ross, 
Haverhill. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Rev. Ada C. 
Bowles, Abington. 



Ftkrishcs. 



Poat-oflloes. 



FuniliM. 



Churches. [ 8. Schools. 



Oik. ^o. , Org. No 



Church Ediflees. 



Dates. Values. 



FrcacheTS« 



Abiogtoo, ... 80 

AetoD, BonUi, . . 28 
Aetoo, West, . . 83 
AdamS) .... 38 

Adaou, NorUi, . . 80 

AmeAbary. ... 30 
Ambent, . . . . M 
ADni«qiiam, ... 61 
Arlington, ... 87 
Attleboro, ... 100 
Attleboro, Nortb, . 129 
Beverly 76 



1863-80 


1842—70 


1887—20 


1868—60 


1876-40 


1868—56 


1872-^19 


1868>116 


1861-140 


1842-180 


1872-32 


1869—37 


— — 


1888—62 


1800—26 


1880-126 


1841—42 


1841-104 


1878—72 


1876-210 


1869-58 


- 226 


1866—50 


1843-136 



1841—10. 

Prop. 
1878— tr. 
1869— to. 
1871— &r. 

Prop. 
to. 

Prop. 
1871—10. 

Prop. 
1831— 
1840—10. 
1886— to. 
1882— e»r. 
1846—10. 



$6,500 

2,000 

12,000 

9,000 

20,000 

20,000 

17,000 

18,000 

6,000 

1,200 

6,000 

12,000 

16,000 

40,000 

16,000 



I.C.Knowlton,o.D. 
I.O.KnowUon,D.D. 
I. A. Priest. 

A. B. Cbarch. 



J. H. Holden. 
O. W. PeDDiman. 
1. 0. TomllDBon. 

F. A. DilUngbam. 
H. Marsball. 



82 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Fwriahw. 



Folt-offloM. FamillM 



Ghurchei. 



Org. Mo 



S.Sehooli. 



Org. No. 



Church EdJlleet. 



Datei. 



Value*. 



Preachow. 



Boston, 2d, . . .213 
BosiOD, Shawmut, 200 
Boston, East, . . 75 
Boston, Soatfa, . . 104 
Boston Highlands, 300 
Boston, Grove Hall, 60 
Boston, Oharlest'n, 160 
Boston, Jamaica 

Plain, .... 74 
Bralntree, South, . 11 
Brewster, ], . . . 10 
Brockton, ... 40 
Cambridge, 1st, . 160 
Cambridge, 2d, . . 63 
Cambridge, 8d, . .166 

Canton 46 

Charlton, .... 26 
Chatham, .... 50 
Chelsea, .... 140 

Cheshire 8 

Oummlngton,West, 6 

Danvers 110 

Bana, North, . . 30 
Banstable, |, . . 10 
Baatham, .... 16 

Essex, 70 

Everett, .... 76 
Fitchburg, ... 200 
Foxboro, .... 34 
Franklin, .... 74 

Framingham, Bo., . 40 
Gardner, .... 54 
Gloucester, . . . 150 
Gloucester, East, . 60 
Gloucester, West, . 30 
Granville, .... 6 
Hard wick, ... 27 
Haverhill, ... 160 
Haverhill, West, . 20 
Haverhill, Mt. W., 29 

Holllston 80 

Hingham, .... 40 
Hyannis, .... 60 
Lanesvllle, ... 30 
Lawrence, . . * 135 
Leyden, .... 6 
Lowell, Ist, . . .802 
Lowell, 2d, . . . 130 
Lynn, let, . . . 400 

Lynn, 2d 75 

Maiden 126 

Mansfield, ... 40 
Marblehead, ... 06 
Marion, .... 20 
Marlboro, .... 60 
Mattapoisett, . . 60 
Medford, .... 60 
Medford, West, . U 



1817-822 
1837-250 
1866—60 
1870-166 
1822-300 
1878-46 
1812-137 

1887—23 

20 

21 
1827-110 

61 
1872-147 
1863—36 
1864—20 

24 
1842-206 



1877—30 
31 



1873—34 

1868—97 

1869-89 

60 

1868—10 

1806—74 

1886—12 

18 

12 



1837-129 
26 



1823-20 

- 14 
1859-167 

7 
1827—74 
1848-181 
1839-271 
1862-101 
1826-68 
14 

- 106 

1866-44 
1869—30 
1834—99 



1837-237 
1837-232 
1841-130 
1838-317 
1830-321 
1878-181 
1829-460 

1886-63 
1887—41 

- 120 
1835-426 
1836-117 
1870-228 
1811—90 

- 100 
1842-316 



1830-228 

61 

1876—40 

36 

1830—68 

- 250 

1848-862 

1843—25 

1858—86 

187^-80 
1868—05 
1820-427 
1884—86 
64 



1836-209 
20 

- 62 

1836—66 
20 

- 38 
1847-210 

1831-280 
1837-166 
1833-700 
1837-210 
1832-306 
80 

- 148 
1843—60 
1880-126 
1837-^14 
1832-171 

- 20 



1872-«<. $160,000 

1868— 2>r. 40.000 

1891— u;. 18,000 

1869-10. 20,000 

1821— »iJ. 82,000 

1877—10. 18,000 

1811— dr. 30,000 

Prop. 3,400 



1879— u>. 
1888— to. 
1822—10. 
1866— to. 
1876-6r. 
1847— to. 
1839— to. 
1839-to. 
1862— ftr. 
1848— to. 



1859— to. 
to. 



1836— to. 
1872—10. 
Ift86— &r. 
1843— to. 
1888— to. 
lYop, 
1882— to. 
1867— to. 
1805— to. 
1886— to. 
1876—10. 



1826— to. 
1834— to. 



1,600 

14,000 

60.000 

16,000 

43,000 

6,000 

8.000 

6,000 

50,000 

3,000 

1,000 

12,000 

2,000 

2,500 

8,000 

16,000 

34,000 

6,000 

25,000 

34,000 

6,600 

8,200 

85.000 

7,000 

3,800 

2,500 

2,500 

18,000 

6,000 



1829—10. 
1873— to. 
1876— to. 
1862— 6r. 

1876— 6r. 
1838— i>r. 
1873— «<. 
1840— to. 
1802— 6r. 
1889— to. 
1880— to. 
1883-40. 
1866— to. 
1836— to. 
1832— to. 



4,000 
10.000 

6,000 

30,000 

300 

70,000 

, 26,000 

.160,000 

25.000 

40,000 

4,800 
16,000 

8,000 
12,000 

4,000 
16,000 



A. A. Miner, D.D. 

C. Conklln. 

H. A. Philbrook. 

J. J. Lewis. 

E. L. Rexford, D J>. 

C. R. Tenney. 



O. R. Tenney. 

F. Maguire. 
C. A. Bradley. 
A. Haramatt. 

G. W. Bieknell. 
H. F. Fister. 

C. W. Blddle, D.D. 
J. Vannever. 
O. Weston. 
E. Morris. 



W. H. Trickey. 
R. 8. Eellerman. 
J. M. Usher. 
D. Fraser. 
G. J. Banger. 
R. P. Bush. 

F. O. Hall. 

L. M. Powers. 

D. M. Hodge. 

W. F. Potter. 

E. J. Felt. 
W. H. Rider. 

G. J. Banger. 



J. C. Snow, D j>. 
A. A. Ross. 

A. A. Ross. 

B. W. Whitney. 



G. W. Pennimoii. 
W. E. Gibbs. 



R. A. Greene. 
J. M. Pullman, D.D. 
L. L. Brlggs. 
W. F. Dusseault. 
L. M. Powers. 
F. C. Priest. 

F. 8. Rice. 

W.S.Woodbridge. 



UNIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 



33 



FwUher 




ChurchM. 


S. Schools. 


Church Ediflcec. 
















Pr^fciAm^ 


FbftH>flk«s. FmmiUM. 


Oxg. No. 


Org. No. 


Dtttet. 


Values. 


m a^Ms^«Aavs>w* 


Melroce, . . 


. . 140 


1882-40 


1850-187 


1880-10. 


120,000 


J. S. Cutler. 


Merrtmac, . 


. . 83 


180^18 


1840—70 


1838— 


2,000 


J. P. Eastman. 


Hethuen, . . . 


. . 70 


1S40— 54 


1836—65 


1836— to. 


6,500 




Mlddleton, . 


. . 15 


33 


- ~ 


w. 


2,000 




MUford, . . . 


. . 140 


- 120 


- 302 


1851-u». 


8,000 


B. W. Whitney. 


Monson, . . . 


, . 75 


1883—60 


1883-100 


1888— «<. 


26.000 


- 


Nutick. . . , 


. . 26 


1882-40 


1878—86 


to. 


7,000 




NewB«dford, . 


. . 38 


1855-32 


1862—86 


1845— to. 


10,000 


G.T.FIanders,DJ>. 


KewtOD, . . . 


. . 75 


1873—07 


1871-167 


1873— «<. 


26,000 


R. A. White. 


Norwood, . . 


/ 96 


185(^-77 


1840-180 


1886-0^ 


80,000 


0. S. Nickerson. 


Onmfre, . . . 


. 161 


18S8— 84 


1852-825 


1881— to. 


30,000 


R. B. Kellerman. 


Orange, North, . 


. . 50 


1878—11 


1830—40 


1781— to. 


17,000 


G. H. Harris. 


Orleans, . . . 


, . 84 


1876—25 


1840—50 


1830-to. 


2,000 


D. Fraser. 


Oxford, . . . 


, . 13 


— — 


18 


1702— to. 


5,000 


E. W. Preble. 


Palmer, . . . 


. . 64 


1876-60 


1875-00 


1870— rt. 


20,000 


J. F. Albion. 


Peabody, . . 


. . 00 


1877—52 


1861-185 


1883— to. 


12,000 


A. F. Walch. 


PlfceoD Cove, . 


. . 60 


1880— 6 


1860—26 


1873—10. 


5,000 




Plymouth, . 


. . 75 


1822—23 


1836-140 


1826—10. 


6,000 


H. E. Cnshman. 


Prorinceiown, 


. . 125 


1843—44 


1825-125 


1848— to. 


10,000 


W. P. Burnell. 


Qainey, . . 
Roekport, . 


. . 45 


1831—26 


1845—75 


1832-10. 


13,000 




. . 80 


21 


- 45 


1867—10. 


4,600 




Rowley, . . 


. . 15 


. — 


- . 


1877— to. 


2,700 


G. Hill. 


Salem, . . . 


, . 820 


1810-100 


1820-450 


1800— ^>r. 


45,000 


A. G. Rogers. 


Sangna, . . 


. . 26 


1837—21 


1847—70 


1860—10. 


4,500 


F. 0. Priest. 


Scltiiate, West, 


. . 60 


10 


40 


1832-to. 


3,500 




Shelbnme Falls, 


. . 80 


1864—27 


1865^50 


1871—10. 


6,000 


B. G. Rassell. 


Bhlrley Village, 


. 20 


1846-42 


1837—42 


1860—10. 


20,700 




Bomervllle, . 


. . 76 


1861-100 


1851-382 


1868— 6r. 


38,500 




8omeryllle,W.Ii 


[lU, 84 


1880—21 


1870-110 


1887— to. 


12,700 


I. P. CoddlDgton. 


Somenrille, Wei 


>t,. 51 


1886—32 


- 124 


1884—10. 


6,500 


C. U. Smith, D.D. 


Sonthbridge, 


. . 62 


1850-85 


1837—60 


1842- to. 


0,000 


B. A. Read. 


Spencer, . . . 


. 70 


1878-70 


1876-162 


1883— 6r. 


17,000 


J. B. Gledhill. 


SpringQeld, . . 
Slougnton, . . 


. lao 


1855-200 


1845-280 


1868— 6r. 


40,000 


M. Crosley. 
C. H. Puffer. 


. 125 


1833—70 


1837-280 


1848—10. 


15,000 


Swampeeott, 


. . 88 


- - 


- 144 


1801— to. 


10,000 




Taunton, . . . 


, . 85 


1826—48 


1834-180 


1870— 


15,000 


W. W. Hooper. 


Tyngaboro, . 
Wakefield, . 


. . 12 


• . 


_ 


1842— to. 


2,000 




, . 86 


1843—20 


1837-161 


1836— to. 


18,000 


L. L. Greene. 


Walpole, East, . 


, . 25 


- - 


— — 


- 


- 


G. HIU. 


Waltham, . 


. .200 


1874-101 


1865-250 


1880— to. 


20,000 


L. P. Bbickford. 


Warren, . . 


. . 66 


1830-44 


1830-60 


1837— to. 


4,500 


O. I. Darling. 


Webater, . . 


. . 80 


1860—30 


1862-01 


.. - 


15,000 


B. W. Preble. 


Wellfieet, . . 


. . 7 


1874— 7 


~ • 


to. 


1,400 




Wevtfleld, . . 


. . 25 


- 12 


- 28 


1800— to. 
Prop. 


10,500 
0,500 




Weetmineter, 


. . 25 


1822-20 


- 80 


1822—10. 


8,500 


B. J. Felt. 


Weymouth, let. 


. 80 


^ - 


1880-110 


1838-to- 


6,000 


B. F. Baton. 


Wey month, 8d, 


B., 45 


1860—64 


1850-150 


1850—10. 


6,600 


L. W. Atwood. 


Weymonth,3d, 


N., 25 


1874—10 


1864—70 


1850— to. 


5,000 


B. F. Baton. 


Worcester, 1st, . 


. .483 


1843-245 


1841-637 


1871— *r. 


75,000 


A. Gunnison, d.d. 


Worcester, 


All 












Bonis, . . 


. . 70 


1886-37 


1884-140 


1886-10. 


6,000 


F. A. Gray. 
D. M. Hodge. 
C. A. Bradley. 


Wrentham,Wei 


It,. 10 


- — 


- 25 


to. 


2,000 


Tarmonthport, 


. . 82 


1860—15 


1861-36 


1836—10. 


2,600 


ToUls~12I 


. 9,282 


100-6,631 


108.16,034 

• 


11»- $2,057,000 





34 



UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 



Michigan. 

The State Convention, organized in 1843, meets the Taes- 
day after the second Sunday in October. The session of 
1892 will be held at such place as may be selected by the 
Executive Committee. Pres. — Charles Fluhrer, D.D. ; 
Vice-Pres. — H. C. Hodge, Concord; Sec, — Rev. Frank 
McAlpine, Charlotte; Treas. — £. A. Treadway, Grand 
Rapids; True. — David Inglis, Dr. H. A. Peterman, Dr. 
Frank Merritt; Committee of FeUowskip — ^W. L. Gibbs, 
Concord ; Rev. W. F. Diekerman, W. F. Stickney ; Preacher 
of Occasional Sermon to be appointed by the Executive 
Committee. Funds, $822. 

Toung People* 8 Christian Union. Pres. — Miss Clara Wil- 
son, Lapeer ; Vice-Pres. — Miss Jessie Kay, Bay City ; Sec. 
— Miss Ella Groodell, Portland ; Treas. — Mr. Ross, Lansing. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Mary 
McNorth, Detroit. 



Parlihcs. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 




Fnachcn. 


Foit-offloei. Funillet. 


Oix. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Valttes. 




Bay City 90 

Benton Harbor, , 26 

Caro 26 

Charlotte,. ... 76 
CUfford, .... 40 
Concord, |, ... 22 
Corunna (oc), . . 10 
Decatur, .... 30 
Detroit, .... 260 
Dowagiac, ... 96 

Eagle, 2^0 

Farminptonj (, . . 80 
Grand Rapida, . . 136 

Grand Rapida (Mia- 

aion) 23 

Hanover (oc), . . 10 

HiUidale 60 

Lambertville (oc), 30 

Lansing 126 

Lapeer 60 

Liberty, k, ... 26 
Manchester, ... 20 


1867-140 

1870—20 

1889—80 

1870—65 
1873—10 

1883-200 

1891—19 
1866—26 
1868-112 

1882—40 
1866-24 
1866-100 
1876-40 
1882—64 
1871-«) 


1867-160 

- 26 
1882-26 
1889-100 
1876-46 
1862—40 

30 
1881—60 
1880-176 

- 70 

1862-150 

1877— 
1876-50 

1863—00 
1876-70 
1876-60 
1876-30 


1879— 6r.tl8,000 

Prop. 2,600 

Prop. 300 

1881— 2.600 

1882— frr. 12,000 

1866-t«. 2,000 
1872— u>. 2,000 
1881-*r. 3.000 
1881— t^ 76.000 
1860— IT. 3,000 

1862— u>. 1,600 
Building. 
Prop. 22,000 

1880-*r. 11,000 
to. 2,000 
1883—^. 8,000 
1873—10. 6,000 
1881—^. 8,600 
1860— w. 2,000 


8. H. Roblin. 

F. McAlpine. 

W. L. Gibbs. 

J. L. June. 

L. B. MeOoUeater. 

W. 8. Goodell. 

0. Flohrer, dj}. 

0. Flnhrer, d J>. 

W. F. Dlekernmn. 

W. L. Gibba. 

1. L. Case. 



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35 



Fu-ishes. 


Charche». 


S. Rehoolf . 


Church Edillce*. 


Froftchen. 


Poat-oflleca. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dotes. Vahies. 




ICanhaU, .... 25 

Mudeegont ... 35 
New Hudwn (oc.)i 26 

PortlAod 74 

Sochester, ... 45 
Saginaw, .... 76 
Tecumseh, ... 45 

Wayne {dor.), . . 16 
York, I, .... 22 


1891—12 

1862—38 
1861—40 

1854-56 

1861—35 

1866-80 

1866—90 


1878-30 
1883—84 

1855-60 

1861—70 
1890-91 
1860—50 

1865-30 


ISm-br. $5,000 

Prop, 1,000 
1866—10. 5.000 
1858— to. 2,000 

Prop, 800 
1856—10. 6,000 

Prop, 2,000 

- 1,600 

br. 20,000 

1865—^. 6.000 

Prop, 2,000 
1863— to. 1,000 
1880— 6r. 3,000 


J. H. Getchell. 

H. N. Couden. 
W. 8. Qoodell. 

H. HacQueary. 


Totals— 80 . 1,561 


22—1,310 


23—1,496 


24— $228,600 





Minnesota. 

State Convention organized in 1866, meets on the second 
Wednesday in Jane. Fres. — Hon. D. Morrison; Sec. — 
Bey. S. W. Sample, Minneapolis ; Treas, — R. Blakeley, St. 
Paul; Executive Committee — E. W. Hirsch, F. T. Wilson, 
L. L. Bennett, B. Blakeley, 6. W. Libby, J. C. Haynes, 
A. Bichardson ; Committee of Fellowship — Bev. L. 6. 
Powers, Minneapolis {Cfiairman)^ Bev. A. A. Thayer, Bev. 
W. S. Pechin, A. Thornton, L. Lord ; Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon — Bev. T. J. Beid. Funds, $550. 

Sunday-School Convention, Pres, — Mrs. H. H. Van 
Cleve; Sec. — Mrs. Nellie S. Gregory, Minneapolis. 

Young People's Christian Union. [No information re- 
ceived.] 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Elva 
Tilton, Minneapolis. 



Fuishca. 


Chnrchn. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edifloes. 


PrcAchen. 


Foit-aflloes. FuniUei. 


Org. No. 


Ozg. No. 


Dates. y&lucs. 




Albert Lea, 1, . . 15 
Anoka, .... 60 


1875-20 


1888— 
1867-126 


1876— to. $800 
Prop, 400 

1872-^10. 3,000 
Ptop. 600 


A.A.Thayer. 



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PwUhM. 


GhnrehM. 


8.Schoola. 


Gluuch Edifi^ 


FrcMhen. 


Foft-ofHoef. Familiet. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Data*. _ Voluef. 




AutHn 22 

Detroit 30 

ExcelsioTt 1, ... 17 
Olenville, i, ... 12 
mnneapofU, Itt, . 600 

Minneapolis, 9d, . 60 
Minneapolis 3d, . 50 
Minneapolis, Swede, 40 
Owatonna, ... 80 
Rochegter, ... 100 
Stillwater, ... 25 
St. Ptml 125 


1876-40 
1888-30 

1888—10 
1864-600 

1886-60 
1800-^5 
1886—20 
1876—67 
1860-180 
1880—13 
1887—80 


1870—60 

1864-300 

1888-126 
1886-126 
1887—10 
1867—80 
1866-160 
1860—60 
1887—70 


1874-10. $1,600 
to. 1,000 

1888— «<. 100,000 
lYop, 10,000 

1888—^. 80,000 
1886-40. 10,000 

1876—10. 3,500 

1876— 6r. 16,000 

1870— «^ 15,000 

Prop. 1,200 


A. A. Thayer. 

J. H. Tnttle, O.D., 

and 
M. D. ShnUer, d j>. 
8. W. Sample. 
M. Wing. 
A. Dellgren. 

W. 8. Vail. 


Total»-14 . 1,216 


12-1,074 


11—1,104 


10— $192,000 





Mississippi. 



No State organization. 



Fvishea. 


ChorehM. 


S. Schools. 


CSxurch Edifloes. 


Fraachen. 


Fott-offloM. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. 


No. 


Dates. 


Vsloes. 




Cfurtie Jonee Oo., . 10 
yitta Yuma (dor.), - 
Webster, Winston 
Oo. ioc,), . . . - 


1880-36 
- 40 

1884-46 


1889-^40 
- 30 


1880— to. $400 
10. 400 


D. B. Olayton. 


Total»-8 . . 10 


»-120 


2—70 


2— $800 





Missouri. 

State Convention, organized in 1868, meets at the call of 
Secretary. Pres. — M. V. Galbreath, Utica ; Vice-Pres, — 
E. W. Fnllerton ; Sec. — George Hastings, La Crosse ; 
Treas. — Hon. S. M. Crawford, La Plata; Committee of 
Fellowship — Rev. L. J. Spencer, La Plata ; W. A. Bartktt, 
Hale ; L. C. Dale, La Plata ; Missionary Committee — L. C. 
Conger, Tina; C. T. Grimmett, Lewisville; Job Dodsony 
Unionville. 



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37 



Fwiabca. 


Otiirehe*. 


8.Sehoola. 


Church EdtlloM. 


Pnftdicn. 


F(Mt-«ffBcn. 1 FamiUa. 


Org. No. 


Chg. No. 


Date*. ValuM. 




OoHnaton (ee.), . 48 
Fairfield Sch. Houae, - 
Olenwood, ... 80 
Ooldeboraugh, . . 4 
ffouid Farm, |, . - 
Kanaaa City (oc.), . 82 
Kanaaa City (new), |, 30 
fCingmUU (oc.), . - 
La Croea, |, ... 15 
Mari&n Centre, 1, . 10 
jniUretdUe, ... 20 
MorUy (oe.), . . 8 
Murray, P. 0. El- 

flier, ^t . . . . 50 
St. PauPe, Oreen 

Ridge, .... 4 

Tina, - 

WMtenille, ... 20 
WiUowvaU (oc.), . 10 
Xenla,Putnam Co., |, 10 


1886-68 
1887—9 
188^-68 
1886—10 

- 12 
1874-180 

- 17 
1864—60 
1887-20 

1890-87 

1887-0 
1887—13 
1886-45 

- 20 

- 80 


1886-70 

1801— tt 
1888—20 


" At>p. $500 
Ptop. 620 

1891-to. 1,200 

10. 1,500 

1857— to. 500 

1888— to. 1,500 

Uh. 


8. Hull. 

Q. H. Bhinn. 

L. J. Bpeneer. 

A. MUler. 

L. J. Bpeneer. 

B. P. Beyner. 


Totals— 18 . . 286 


15-588 


2—110 


5— $5,820 





Nbbbabka. 

State Conference organized in 1868. Pres. — Rev. E. H. 
Chapin, Lincoln ; Vice-Pres. — Rev. Q. H. Shinn, Omaha ; 
Rec, Sec. — Mrs. Ellen Stockton, Lincoln ; Cor. Sec. — Wm. 
H. Young, Omaha ; Treas. — Mrs. J. D. Russell, Tecumseh ; 
Trus. — Mrs. Juliet G. Howe, W. A. Carson, A. D. Morse. 

Vice-Pres. Wyman's Centenary Association — Mrs. K. A. 
M. Chapin, Lincoln. 



Fuiahe*. 


Chnrchea. 


S. Schools. 


Church EdifloM. 


Prcachcn. 


Poit-ollIoM. Familief. 


On{. No. 


Oig. No. 


Datet. Values. 




Lincoln, .... 85 

Marble Precinct, 1, 6 
Newman Orove, }, 6 
Omaha, .... 80 
Tecnmneh, ... 40 
York, i, .... 10 


1887—26 

1881-11 

1890-65 
18M— 16 
1879—31 


1883-00 

1882-40 

1890—75 
1879-60 


1871— to. $2,500 

Prop. 12,000 

1882-to. 800 

1891— 5r. 20,000 
1882—10. 8,600 
1880-to. 1,700 


E. H. Chapln. 

Q. H. Bhinn. 
Q. H. Bhinn. 

N. E. Bpicer. 


TouLb— 9 . . 177 


6—148 


4—265 


4— $40,500 





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UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



New Hampshire. 

The State ConveDlion, organized in 1832, meets on the 
first Wednesday in October. Pres, — Hon. Joseph Kidder, 
Manchester ; Vice-Pres, — S. H. McCoUester, D.D. ; Sec. — 
Rev. L. O. Williams, Claremont ; Treas. — Sylvanus B. Put- 
nam; Trus, — Mrs. J. P. Cummings, Hon. M. Humphrey, 
Concord ; G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester ; Committee of 
FeUowskip — Rey. W. H. Morrison, Manchester, Chairman; 
Rev. M. L. Cutler, Rev. R. T. Towne, Hon. W. T. Parker, 
Mrs. Charles Forbush. Preacher of Occasional Sermon 
in 1892 — Rev. Thomas Stratton. Convention Funds, 
$1,190.40. 

Young People's Union. Pres, — Arthur A. Blair, Man- 
chester; Vice-Pres, — Miss Belle S. Macduff, Claremont; 
Sec. — Miss C. F. Marshall, Kingston ; Treas. — Harry 
Russell, ClaremoDt. 

The State Sunday-school Convention meets on the Tuesday 
before the State Convention. Pres. — Hon. Hosea W. 
Parker; Sec. — Mrs. M. L. Cutler, Jaffrey; Treas. — Miss 
Maria Kidder, Manchester. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Au- 
gusta Cummings, Nashua. 

Associations. — 1. Cheshire^ organized in 1824, meets 
on the first Wednesday in September. A. 0. Adams, East 
Jaffrey, Clerk. 

2. Rockingham^ organized in 1824, meets on the second 
Wednesday in September. C. E. Cilley, Kingston, Clerk. 



PtriBhe*. 


Chiuehei. 


S. Schools. 


Chttzeh Edtfloet. 


PirMchnv. 


Po«t-ofHces. 


Famillei. 


Org. No, 


Org. j No. 

1888—00 
1877—22 
1880—74 


Dates. Yaluca. 




Al4te<Mt 40 

Attin90ti {oc.)t . . 24 
Berlin Fall; . . 00 


1878-10 
1889^10 


1842-H0. $2,000 

1842-dr. 2,600 

1887— «;. 4,000 

Prop, 400 





UNIVKRSALIST REGISTER. 



39 



Puiihei. 



FunlliM. 



Charchcs. 



Org. No 



S. School*. 



Org. No. 



Church EdifloM. 



D>t««. 



ValuM. 



Preacheri. 



Oentrt Harbor, 
Olaramont, . 
Ooficordi, • 
OroyufCm, • 
DcotTf • • • 
Baat Jaffrey, 

G&rhivitit m 
Hennikert 
Hinsdale, . . 

KoiHngton {oc, 
JSinffttOHt . . 
Maocbeater, . 
Marlboro, . . 

Mortow (oe.)> 

Kaabna, . . 
ITo. GiarU^um 
IhUingham, |, 

Plymontb, . 
Poitsmoiitb, . 



A, 



12 

125 

120 

24 

106 

80 

37 

50 

82 

30 

26 
50 

275 
66 

30 

205 
10 
18 

85 
55 



1884— 6 
1832—07 
1863-46 
1862— 
1883—66 
1858—73 
1856—24 
1889—15 

1874—26 



187»— 20 
1842-225 
1875—45 



1836-232 
1881—25 



8o. New Market, . 50 

So. Weart, ... 20 

Weare {oc,), ... 20 
WHr9, . . . 

Wentwcrth, |, . . 60 

W. Cbetterfleld, . 60 

Wewtmoreland, \, . 25 
W, Rwnney («wm> 

nMr), ..... 36 

W. SwoHMey {dor.) , - 

Wlnebeater, ... 73 

Woodevllle, I, . . 25 



1884—16 
1806—60 

1874—22 



11 



1836-128 
1843—00 
1882—30 
1883 142 
1858—73 

1887—60 
1881—40 
1873—70 

1853—29 
1858—60 
1844-150 
1852—75 

1887—80 

1837-200 



1883— 6r. $12,000 

1842-^. 25.000 

to. 1,500 

1883-*r. 26,000 

1843— ic. 3,000 

1853— to. 2,500 

1891-10. 3,000 

1882-10. 2,500 

1875— ic. 2,500 

Prop. 1,500 

u>. 2,500 

1879--I0. 7,000 

1839— 1«. 25,000 

1862—10. 8,600 

Prop. 2,800 

1875—10. 2,000 

Prop. 1,100 

1880— frr. 32,000 



! - 
1877—16 



ToUl»-34 . 1,062 



1840—19 



22-1,083 



1876—20 1881—10. 
I Prop. 
1882—60 1884-/>r. 
1831-100 1808-^. 

Prop, 
1873—60 1873—10. 

Prop. 



1866-38 



1862-43 
1890-45 

1877—55 



Vn. 



3,000 
2,000 
6,000 

10,000 
2,000 

12,000 
2.000 



Vh. 
1831—10. 
1838— *r. 



1834— t0. 

1836-10. 
1839—75 I 1795—10. 
1891—20 - 



3.000 
2,000 

400 
2,000 
5,000 



27—1,849 29— #217,800 



L. O. WllUama. 
T. W. lilman. 



M. L. Cutler. 
B. K. Rubs. 
D. L. Fisber. 



W. H. Morrison. 
R. D. Towne. 

S.H.McCollester, 

D.D. 

H.B. Smitb. 



T. Stratton. 
H. R. Rose. 



J. L. Scoborla. 



W. A. Tuttle. 



New Jersey. 

State Convention, organized in 1845, meets the second 
Wednesday in October. Ptes. — W. S. Crowe, D.D., New- 
ark ; Vke-Pres. — C. F. Osgood, Haromonton ; Sec. — [Not 
reported] ; TreoLS. -^ A. R. Hopping, Newark ; Trus, — D. 
S. Williams, W. R. Norton, R. C. Washburn, C. B. Smith, 
J. R. Norton, A. J. Newberry ; Committee of Fellowahip — 
J. H. Fairchild, Rev. G. W. Barnes. 



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UNIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 



Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Oakley, 
Jersey City. 



Fariah««. ^ 


Chnrches. 


8. SchooU. 


Church Edifloet. 


FraMhen. 


FotC-oflloet. FUnilies. 


Org. No. 


Oig. No. 


Dates. Talnei. 




Forked River, . . 80 
Hammonton, . . 25 

HighUUwn, ... 50 

Jertey OUy, ... 100 

Newark 180 

Sparta \dor,)t . . 20 
Waretown, ... 18 


1885—11 
1891—21 

1867—83 

1872-85 
1862-184 

1867—26 


1885-^50 
1869-70 

1840—94 

1871-180 
1844-266 

1867—56 


1876—^. $8,000 
1887— tD. 4,000 

Pntp, 600 
1868— ^>^. 12,000 

Prop, 6,000 
1872— iC-. 16,000 
1873— 6r. 75,000 

Prop, 17,000 
1869-10. 1,200 


G. W. Bamee. 
0. B. OharehlU. 

J. H. Amies. 

W. 8. Crowe, d j>. 

O. W. Bamee. 


Totals— 7 . . 418 


6-410 


6—668 


6— $188,800 





New York. 

State Convention, organized in 1825, meets on the first 
Tuesday in October. Session for 1892 at All Sool's Clmrch, 
Brooklyn. Pres, — E. C. Bolles, D.D. ; Vice-Pres, — A. 
Saze, D.D. ; Sec. — Rev. C. E. Rice, Utica; Treats. — C. 
C. Terry, Hudson; Trus. — Stevenson Taylor, Dr. A. B. 
Husted, J. Coleman Adams, D.D., Rev. V. E. Tomlinson, 
J. Y. Watkins. Funds, $58,290. 

Missionary Board — I. M. Atwood, D.D., Asa Saxe, D.D. , 
J. Coleman Adams, D.D., Lyman Bickford, L. S. Freeman, 
C. C. Terry, Rev. R. E. Sykes. 

Committee of Fellowship — Rev. F. J. Chase, A. Saxe, 
D.D., L. S. Freeman, Rev. O. M. Hilton, Rev. E. B. Barber, 
George W. Townsend, F. H. Cross. 

New York Belief Fund — N. L. Cost, W. A. Miles. Fund 
amounts to $30,500. 

Preacher of Occasional Sermon — C. E. Nash, D.D. 

Young People's Christian Vnion^ New York State. Pres. 
— C. N. Hemiup, Geneva; Vice-Pres. — Herbert Chesboro, 
Utica; Sec. — Cora E. Russell, Webster; IVecw. — Mrs. 



UNIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 41 

Mary Groald, Syracase; Executive Committee — C. El wood 
Nash, D.D., W. I. Scott, Mrs. Mary Snow. 

Toung People's Christian Unions Western New York. Sec. 
— Frank J. Arnold, Middleport. 

Western New York Sunday-school Instit^Ue — C. N. Hemiap, 
Geneva, President. 

Sunday-school Institute of New York City and VicinUy — 
L. Ames, Jersey City, Secretary, 

Associations. — 1. Oenesee^ organized as the Erie in 
1833, and name changed to Oenesee in 1834, meets on the 
foorth Wednesday in June. Session for 18^2 at Perry.' 
PreacJier of Occasional Sermon — Rev. T. E. Potterton. 
Frank Tomlinson, Clerk. 

2. Chenango^ organized in 1823, meets on the second 
Wednesday in Jane. Session for 1892 at Binghamton. 
A. R. Fenner, Columbus, Clerk. 

3. Cayuga^ organized in 1823, meets on the first Wednes- 
day in June. Session for 1892 at Cicero. L. V. Smith, 
Cortland, Clerk. 

4. Black River^ organized in 1823, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Rev. L. Rice, Watertown, Clerk. 

5. St. Lawrence^ organized in 1828, meets on the last 
Friday evening of September and the following Saturday and 
Sunday. Session for 1892 at Hammond. Preacher of Occa- 
sional Sermon — H. P. Forbes, D.D. J. S. Lee, D.D., 
Canton, Clerk. 

6. Chautauqua^ organized in 1833, meets on the first 
Thursday and Friday in June. 

7. Otsegoj organized in 1834, meets on the third Wednes- 
day in June. Session for 1892 at Oneonta. Preacher of 
Occasional Sermon — Rev. L. H. Fisher. Frank G. Jer\'i8, 
Fly Creek, Clerk. 

8. Steuben y organized in 1834, meets on the third Wednes- 
day in June. Session for 1882 at Swale. J. H. Stevens, Clerk. 



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TTNIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 



9. Ontario^ organized in 1834, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Myron F. Pierson, Seneca Castle, 
Clerk. Session for 1892 at Rochester. Preadier of Occa- 
sional Sermon — Rev. E. B. Barber. 

10. Alleghany^ organized, in 1835, meets on the fourth 
Wednesday in June. Session for 1892 at Belfast. Preacher 
of Occasional Sermon — Rev. C. F. Dodge. Rev. F. M. 
Alvord, Friendship, Olerk, 

11. Oentrody organized as the Western in 1806, name 
changed to Central in 1826, meets on the first Wednesday in 
June. Session for 1892 at Hubbardsville. W. I. Scott, 
Clerk. 

12. Mohawk J organized as the Constitutional in 1826, 
name changed to Mohawk in 1828, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Session for 1 892 at Newport. Preacher 
of OccasUmaX Sermon — Rev. R. E. Sykes. B. W. Yale, 
Clerk. 

13. Niagara^ organized in 1833, meets on the third 
Wednesday and Thursday in June. Session for 1892 at 
Middleport. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. K. 
Mason. Fund, $4,054. 

14. Hudson River^ organized in 1890. Meets quarterly. 
Rev. J. D. Corby, Troy, Clerk. 



FarUhes. 


Churches. 


S. School*. 


Church Ediflcei. 


IVeimhwi. 


Po«t-offloM. Famillw. 


Chg. No. 


Oig. No. 


Dates. Value*. 




A/ton, ..... 26 
Albany, .... 45 
Alexander (oc.)i • 46 

Aubnm, .... 120 

Bamet* Cor; (o«.)i 80 
Bemtf Point (oc.)f 10 
Blnghamton, . . 50 
Black Lake, &, . . 80 
Boiton, .... 40 
Braman*i Oor$,, . 21 
Branohport, ... 25 


1870—12 
1888-55 
1848—50 

1885-200 

- 29 

- 12 
1890-41 
1888—18 

1874—50 
1867—60 


188fr-20 
1870—90 
1889—40 

1840-160 

1890-88 
1867—65 
- 80 
1876-40 
1858-85 


10. $1,000 
1888-^. 16,000 
1883-tc. 2,000 

Pr<n>. 200 
1847-^. 80,000 

Prop. 1,000 

1883-10. 2,000 

1844-^. 1,000 

to. 8,600 

1863-to. 8.000 

Prop. 4,000 


T. O. Marvin. 
T. S. Potterton. 

J. P. Cnrtlaa. 
A. U. Hutohina. 



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43 



FkxUiM. 


ChiuchM. 


S. Schooli. 


Church Edifices. 














Freaehera. 


FoaUoffloea. { Familiet. 


Org. . No. 


Orf. ' No. 


Date*. 


Values. 


t 


Bridgewater, &, . . S2 


1873-20 1880-^0 


1834— to. 


$3,000 


J. M. Atwood» 


JMerffili,k» • • ao 


1873— 6 1 - - 


I860— iP. 


1,500 




Bristol, .... 100 


1871—50 


1862-130 


1861— w. 
Prop, 


6,000 
2,000 


H. J. Orelnp. 


Brooklvftt l9t* ' • 245 


1845-238 


1883-300 


1884-6r. 


80,000 


C. E. Naah, d.d. 


Brooklyn, All Soak, 200 


1845-375 


1845-450 


1874— ftr. 


80,000 


J. C. Adams, D.D. 


Brooklyn, 3d, . . 60 


1857—33 


1858-146 


1890— to. 


8,000 




Brooklyn, 4tb, . . 110 


1888-84 


1885-220 


1887— e^. 


18,000 


J. R. Taber. 


Brooklyn, 5th, 












Prospoct Heights, 26 


1888—13 


1888-48 


Prop, 


1,000 


J. Taylor. 


SrowtkvUUt i, . . 


1853— 


- - 


1858— 


1,200 


R. Fisk, D.D. 


Buffalo 135 


1835-250 


1835-175 


1866-*r. 


130,000 


J. K. Mason. 


Bujfalo (Grace), . - 


— — 


1888—85 


1889-to. 
Prop. 


6,000 
300 


T. B. Payne. 


Cambria^ |, ... 20 


- > 


- 30 


1865— ^>r. 


3.500 


P. B. Peck. 


Canton^ .... 116 


1851—85 


1870-125 


1827-6r. 
Prop. 


7,000 
2,000 




CedarcUUt ... 20 


1877-22 


1876—35 


1870— fo. 


2,500 




CHcero 45 


1867-60 


1860—80 


1862-10. 


4,000 




Clartndfm^ ... 43 


1852—50 


1850—70 


1837-»^ 
Prop. 


3,500 
1,400 




Clijton Spritifft, . 85 


1868—00 


1856-108 


1853-to. 
Prop. 


5,000 
3,000 


0. M. Hilton. 


Clinton 26 


1860-32 


1860—25 


1872— 6r. 


15,000 


E. U. Brun. 


Gohocton, . ... 80 


- . 


1891-35 


to. 


3,000 


B. B. Falrchlld. 


Cold Brook, ), . . 20 


. - 


— - 


Prop. 


200 


D. Ballou. 


OollierwiUe{dor.), 20 


1876-30 


20 


1876— to. 


3,000 




Q>lunUrti4, ... 25 


1840—18 


1880—38 


1879-to. 


5,000 




Ckme^tu, .... 25 


. — 


1868—40 


1874— to. 


6.000 




Cooperate wn, . . 100 


1839—65 


1839—70 


1860— to. 
Prop. 


10,000 
1,000 


L. H. Fisher. 


Corfu 40 


1886-30 


1883—44 


1883— to. 


3,500 


E. Hathaway. 


Cortland 70 


1872-60 


1889—76 


1837— »<. 
Prop. 


15,000 
3,800 


H. W. Carr. 


CawUwUU {dor.), 20 


7 


- - 


1843— to. 


2,500 




Cuba 20 


1873—20 


1870-50 


1871-6r. 


8,000 




Dexter, |, .... 27 


1860—41 


1867—68 


1841— to. 


1,500 


R. Ftsk, D.D. 


EaH Aurora, . . 25 


1878—15 


1873-12 


1843— to. 


2,000 




Bdwarda, |, . . .20 


1888—13 


1886—60 


1887-ir. tTn. 1,300 


J. B. Lee, d.d. 


SUUImrg,. ... 50 


1871-15 


1872—72 


1839— to. 


2,000 


H. P. Morrell. 


Fair Haven (P.O. 












Albton), ... 40 


1870—30 


1888—35 


1834— f<. 
Prop. 


2,500 
2,400 




Fairport idor.), . 10 
Farmer ViUage(oc.\ 18 


— — 


- — 


1888— lo. 


2.000 




- 35 


- — 


1852— tr. 


3,000 




Fly Creek, ... 20 


1850—43 


1885—85 


1861— to. 
Prop. 


2,000 
1,500 




Fort Plain, ... 100 


1876-217 


1838-160 


1833— to. 


20,000 


E. A. Perry. 


Frankfort, (, . . 80 


1850-40 


1850—40 


1844— to. 


4,000 


D. Ballon. 


Friendship, ... 83 


1867—50 


1864—45 


1865— to. 


3,500 


C. Palmatler. 


FuUon 40 


1849-45 


1849—60 


1866-*r. 


10,000 




Oeneoa, .... 25 


1877—28 


1874—55 


1834— «»r. 
Prop. 


4,000 
200 




Oraveavllle, |, . .15 


— — 


— — 


1845— ^>r. 
Prop. 


4,100 
536 


D. Ballou. 


Greenwood, i, . . 18 


14 


- - 


1853—10. 


- 




Oroton 40 


1888-35 


1889-70 


1843— to. 
Prop. 


1,800 
1,000 


■ 


Baiieeboro, |, . . 80 


~ *" 


30 


10. 


1,500 


Students. 



44 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Fariihci. 




Chorehei. 


S. Schools. 


Chareh EdiflcM. 
















T*lMMJ»K^>>a 


Foit-offices. FMniliei. 


Org. No. 


Org. 1 No. 


Dates. 


Valnes. 


A •^mmt mM^% >■ 


ffdnunond, |, . . 


14 


1870-20 


1871—14 


1870-w. 
Prop. 


$8,000 
800 




Hariford (oc.)i • • 
HeDdenon, . . . 


20 


- - 


- - 


Prop. 


1,000 




90 


1858-68 


1877—60 


1830— to. 


3.000 


H. P. Morrell. 


HtTKVTMT^ • ■ • 


65 


1882—65 


1877—50 


1882— «^. 


10,000 


0. E. Flaher. 


HolfMmilU {dor.). 


10 


-. . 


. - 


w. 


3,000 




HabbardsvlUe, . . 


25 


1880—46 


1880-35 


1886—10. 


4.500 


E. W. Fnller. 


Hadson 


100 


1817-120 


1880-140 


Prop. 

1867-6r. 

Prop. 


2,000 
40,000 
27,000 


V. S. Tomllnaon. 


Sitme (dor.) I • • 


12 


• — 


- • 


1860-10. 


2,000 




Hantington, . . . 


87 


1878-28 


1886—84 


1871— w. 
Prop, 


5,000 
3,000 


C. P. Hall. 


Indian FaUa. , . 
JameatowH (aor.)t 


20 


- -. 


1880—20 


1880-^. 


2,000 




10 


1887—21 


1875-45 


Prop, 


800 




Java (oc), . . . 


40 


1844-70 


1878-60 


. . 


. 




KtUognilU (dor,), 
KenaaU (oc), . . 


10 


- - 


<• - 


to. 


2,000 




10 


- — 


- > 


to. 


2,000 




KirkiAlle {oc.), . . 


10 


- . 


. . 


1876-to. 


1,000 




Lee Centre (oc.)i • 


26 


1870-86 


1870—60 


1824-10. 


4,000 




LeRoy 


36 


1872-«1 


1860-46 


1860-^. 
iVop. 


5,000 
6,700 




Leyden {oc.), . . 


15 


- - 


- — 


1879-10. 


1,500 




LitUe FaUe, . . . 


100 


1873-100 


1850-144 


1868--frr. 


25,000 


R. E. Sykee. 


Lockport, . . . . 


168 


1850-141 


1858—98 


1843-9/. 
Prop. 


11,000 
2,000 




MaoedoD 


66 


1874-72 


1871-140 


1878—10. ( 


fe5r. 
10,000 
4,000 


I. W. McLanghlio. 


Madiaon, i, . . . 


28 


1886—18 


1886—10 


1821—10. 


A. H. Marshall. 


Madrid {oc.), . . 


28 


1853—22 


- 40 


1842-10. 


3,000 


StudenU. 


Malone {dor.), . . 


41 


20 


- 36 


1847—10. 


5.000 




McLean, i, . . . 


50 


1880—32 


1889—30 


1845-to. 


2,000 


H. W. Carr. 


Mexico, 4, . . . . 


25 


186&-80 


1867—29 


1871—10. 


6,000 




Middleport, . . . 


120 


1876—53 


1836—98 


1843— «^ 
Prop, 


10,000 
6,000 


I. Towsley. 


MlddUvUU, . . . 


40 


1868—35 


1868—82 


1883- 


8,000 




Minden, .... 


20 


1878—18 


1855—30 


1829— to. 


5,000 




Mohawk, .... 


20 


1820—45 


^ ^ 


Prop. 
1851— &r. 


1,000 
4,000 


0. E. Fisher. 


Morrta, .... 


87 


1843—65 


- 45 


1842— ?o. 
Prop. 


1,200 
6,000 


Qt, Adams. 


MoUvilU {oc), . . 


16 


- — 


- - 


10. 


1,000 




Ml. Vernon, . . . 


60 


1859-66 


1876—78 


1859—40. 


5,000 


F. L. Maaseck. 


Natural Bridge, \, 


40 


1872-66 


1875—46 


1870— to. 


3,000 


H. P. Forbes, d.d. 


Newark, .... 


48 


1842—66 


1842—65 


1872— 6r. 
Prop. 


14,000 
600 


£. B. Barber. 


Newport 


80 


1868-25 


1885—26 


1843—10. 


4,000 




Newville, i|, . . . 


20 


1880—20 


1880—75 


Un. 






New York, 2d, . . 


70 


1860—93 


1869-160 


1880-«/. 


Sc6r. 
80,000 


J.M.Bartholomew. 


New York, 8d, . . 


100 


1834-109 


1846-150 


1884— «<. 


65,000 


E. C. Bolles. D.]>. 


New York, 4th, . 


280 


1838-407 


1838-825 


1866— «<. 


%cbr. 

450,000 
20,000 


C. H. Baton, d.d. 


Nmo York, eth,. . 


_ 


. . 


_ • 


Prop. 




NevD York Minaion, 


150 


- - 


1859-250 


Prop. 


15,000 




N. Bloomfield, . . 


61 


1874—80 


1855—64 


1872—10. 
Prop. 


6.000 
4.000 


M. L. Hewett. 


N. Brookfleld, \, . 


80 


— - 


- - 


1847-10. 


3.000 




jr. Litchfield {oc.). 


20 






1847-ir. 


11,000 





UNIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 



45 



FiurUhes. 



Po«l-oflloef. 



Families. 



Chnrche*. 



OiiS. No. 



8. Schools. 



Org. No 



C3iurch Edifices. 



Dates. Values. 



Freadien. 



N. 8«lein, ... 80 

Nonda, .... 60 

Nvaek 34 

Olcott, 25 

Oaeonu, .... 97 

Orangtville, ... 5 

Oswego, .... 40 

<>aq/brd 50 

Patiliont .... 80 

Perry, 75 

JPierrepont (oc), . 

FkurtagetfUU, . . 15 

Poolvtlle, A, ... 88 

BarUandtlt ... 30 

Potsdam, .... 02 

Prt»ton (oc), . . 12 

Richfield, L ... 20 

Richfield Springs, 40 

Rldseway, ... 36 
Rochester, 1st, . . 175 

Rochester, 2d, . . 75 

Rockdale {dor.), . 10 

Home (dor.)t . . - 

Salamanca (oc.) , . 10 

Satttibury OerUre, . 12 

3anduskv (tfor.), . 10 

Schuyler a Lake, . 15 

Scipio 75 

Sherburne, ... 80 

Sherman, .... 45 

SmiiApiUe(dor.),. 

Somerville (^oc), . 25 

S. JSdmeston, \, . 4 

Boathold, .... 44 

SpeedxAUe (dor.), . 10 

Spring/teld, ... 20 

StarkvUle (oc), . 16 
St.John9ville(oc.), 20 

Stockton 10 

ByracQse, .... 81 

Trenton Falls, |, . 20 

Troy, 70 

Tyner, 26 

Upper LUle, ... 16 

Utlca (CeDtral), . 115 
Utlca (Ch. of Oar 
Father;, ... 100 

Van SomniUe(oc.) , 46 

Victor 80 

Walertoum, ... 160 

Waiter, .... 28 



1882—40 

1840-^ 
1872—34 
1858—10 
1882—70 

1882-42 
1837—50 

1843-133 



1842—12 

1888—29 

25 

1876—99 



31 
1873-60 
1880-40 
1850-290 

1884-101 
1873—30 
1851—32 



7 

60 
1879—35 
1845—50 



1880-24 

25 
1878—30 
1876—14 

10 
1864-48 

1827-66 

1861—25 
1830—28 
1831-175 

1890—42 



1856—94 
1822-184 
1871—40 



1832—20 

1858—40 
1890—46 
1874-^ 
1882—70 

1877—75 
1862-80 

1840—99 



1885—64 

1840-100 



1891—20 
1862-65 
1875—60 
1839-320 

1875-130 
1873—31 



70 
1878-36 
1874-66 

80 

1879—30 

32 



1861—89 
1890-20 
1838-136 

1875—80 
1841—60 
1860-150 

1889—70 

- 35 
1862-110 

- 160 
1871—74 



1868— uj. 

Prop. 
1871-^. 
1872-tc. 
1858— 6r. 
1879— M>. 
to, 
1884— 6r. 
1840— to. 
w. 
1852— tr. 

Prop. 

Un. 
1841— IT. 
1884— w. 

J^p, 
1876— ff^ 

Prop, 

VD. 

1838-«^ 
1835—10. 
1846-ftr. 
Prop. 
1882— U7. 
Un. 
1851— W7. 



w. 

1843— w. 



1877— w. 
1867— 1/>. 

\o. 
1846— w. 

Un. 
1836— U7. 

w, 

Un. 

Un. 

\c. 
1881— 6r. 
1839— u;. 
1886— 6r. 
Prop, 
1865— io. 
1831— to. 
1861— •<. 

1891— 6r. 
Prop. 

1866— e>r. 

Prop. 
1852— 6r. 

Prop, 
1844— «<. 



$10,000 
9,000 

12.000 
8,000 
5,000 
4,000 
1,500 

13,000 
4,500 
3,000 

10,000 
3,000 
1,300 
2,500 
4,000 
5,000 

10,000 
1,600 
1,000 
3,000 

12,000 
3,000 

60,000 

15,000 
7,000 

6,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,000 
5,000 
6,000 
2,500 
15,000 
2,000 
2,000 

4,000 
1,000 
2,000 



2,000 

30,000 

8.000 

80,000 

1,300 

2,600 

1,600 

31,000 

14,000 

2,000 

800 

8,000 

8,600 

80,000 

12,000 

3,600 



T. 8. Lathrop. 



J. R. Johnson. 
F. B. Peck. 
W. T. Btowe. 

W. E. Leavltt. 



H. C. Munson. 

E. W. Fuller. 

F. E. Webster. 



J. M. Atwood, 
8. R. Ward. 
O. F. Alvord. 
A. Baxe, d.d. 

F. J. Ohase. 



D. W. Lamphear. 
T. Borden. 



E. A. Horton 



F. W. Betts. 
B. F. Temple. 
J. D. Corby. 



0. E. RIoe. 
H. W. Smith. 

O. Legal. 
R. Flsk, D j>. 



I: 

I 



46 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Fariahe*. 


Churches. 
' Org. No. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


TVffiarfmrB 


Post-ofRcM. 1 Families. 


Org. No. 


Dates. \ Values. 




West Benrietta, . 10 
Whitesvllle, ... 25 
Wlnthrop, . . . - 
Yorkshlrv Centre,!, 10 


1879—26 
1865—45 
1888—21 
1860—24 


1864—60 
1888—40 


1877-U'. $8,000 
1859-tc. 2,000 
1888— UJ. 8,000 
1860—10. 1,000 


C. F. Dodge. 

StudtrUa, 

I. K. Rlchardflon. 


Totals -154. 6,863 


120-7,230 


114-«,771 


139— $1,879,535 





North Carolina. 



No Convention. 



Parishes. 


Churches. 


& Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Fnachen. 


Fost-ofllcet. Families. 


Oig. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Outlaw's Bridge, 

{dor.) 40 

Kinston 50 

Taylor*s Bridge, . 60 


50 
1872-92 
1885-118 


Un, 25 


- $400 

- - 200 

- - 600 


D. B. Clayton. 
D. B. Clayton. 
D. B. Clayton. 


ToUls— S . . 140 


3—260 


1—25 


3— $1,200 





North Dakota. 

The First Universalist Parish of North Dakota was organ- 
ized at Crystal, Pembina County, in 1889. Eighteen mem- 
bers. There is also a church of twenty-one members, and 
a Sunday-school at Hoople, with occasional preaching. 

Ohio. 

State Convention, organized in 1826, meets on Thursday 
before the first Sunday in June, or at the call of the Trus- 
tees. Prea. — Prof. C. M. Knight, Akron; Vice-Pres, — 
B. F. Thomas, Hamilton; Sec. — J. W. Henley, D.D., 
Fountain Park ; Treas. — W. D. Sibley, N. Lewisburgh ; 
TVtts. — W. H. Slade, E. A. Gordon, Rev. J. Richardson ; 
State Superintendent — H. L. Canfield, D.D. , Bellville ; Com- 
mittee of Fellowship — Rev. J. H. Blackford, Rev. C. C. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 47 

Conner, B. F. Beane, M.D., Eldorado, Sec, ; W. S. Cox, 
M.D., Miss Ida Sibley. Preacher of OcccfsioncU Sermon^ 1892 

— Rev. Harry L. Canfield. Permanent Fund, $20,630. 
Ministerial Relief Fund, $800. 

Woman's Missionary Alliance^ organized in 1889 ; Pres. — 
Rev. Abbie E. Danforth, Peru; Cor. Sec. — Mrs. Mary 
Grace Canfield, 511 McMillan St., Cincinnati; Bee. Sec. — 
Miss Mame Scott, Milford ; Trea^. — Mrs. Emma L. James, 
1 68 Richmond St. , Cincinnati ; Missionary — Mary Andrews, 
Hamilton; Directors — Mrs. Martha Moore, Bryan; Mrs. 
Clara Titus, Batavia ; Rev. Miss Carrie W. Brainard, Little 
Hocking. 

Young People's Christian Union^ organized 1890. Pres. 

— Dr. C. M. McLaughlin, Westville; Cor. Sec. — H. B. 
Briggs, 40 Blackstone Building, Cleveland; Rec. Sec. — 
Miss Alberta D. Garver, 84 15th Ave., Columbus; Treas. 
— J. D. Streeper, 295 N. High St., Columbus; Executive 
Board — The officers and Rev. Harry L. Canfield, Luella Z. 
Rummel, May Clevenger. 

JTie Ministerial Association. Pres. — Rev. Harry L. Can- 
field; Vice-Pres. — Rev. John Richardson; Sec. — Rev. A. 
Wilson; Executive Committee — Rev. C. C. Conner, Rev. O. 
G. Colegrove, Rev. W. M. Jones. Meets on Tuesday pre- 
ceding the session of the Convention. 

Sunday-School ConverUion^ organized in 1866. Pres. — 
Rev. C. C. Connor, Hamilton; Vice-Presidents — A. M. 
Blackford, Eaton; Emma Ames, Rockland; Cor. Sec. — 
Mrs. A. E. H. Clark, Akron; Bee. Sec. — Mrs. Lillie M. 
Bnckner, Leroy ; IVeas. — E. D. Smith, Blanchester. Meets 
on Wednesday preceding the session of State Convention. 

" The Convention Circular j" devoted exclusively to the 
interests of the church in Ohio, is published monthly, at 
twenty-five cents per year. Rev. Harry L. Canfield, Editor ; 
J. W. Henley, D.D., Fountain Park, Manager. 



48 UNIYEBSALIST BEQISTEB. 

Associations. — 1. CefUrali organized in 1824, meets 
Thursday before the first Sanday in September. Clerk — 
Rose E. Belknap, Beech. 

2. Western Beserve^ organized in 1838, meets the first 
Saturday in September. Session of 1892 at Akron. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. O. G. Colegrove. 
Clerk — Rev. Andrew Wilson, Ravenna. 

3. Jkfiamt, organized in 1835, meets on the Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Session for 1892 at Eaton. 
Sec, — Miss Lizzie W. Bacon, Wyoming, Hamilton County. 

4. Washington^ organized in 1834, meets Friday before 
the fourth Sunday in August. Clerk — Miss Caroline Curtis, 
Little Hocking. 

5. Ballou^ organized in 1842, meets on Friday before the 
fourth Sunday in September. Clerk — Mrs. Mattie Moore, 
Farmer's Station. Fund, $1,210. 

6. OaUia^ organized in 1845, meets Friday before the 
third Sunday in August. Clerk — Nellie Dages, Galliopolis. 

7. Huron^ organized in 1841, meets Friday before the 
third Sunday in May. 

8. Montgomery y organized in 1840, meets on Thursday 
before the second Sunday in October. Clerk — L S. Wen- 
ger, Wileys. 

9. Murray^ organized in 1836, meets Friday before the 
last Sunday in August. Clerk ^^"Mtb. E. S. Bissell, Chagrin 
Falls. 

10. North Western^ organized in 1860, reorganized 1888, 
meets Friday before the last Sunday in August. Clerk — 
Gr. W. Hayward, Lyons. 

11. SciotOy organized in 1842, meets Friday before the 
first Sunday in May. Clerk — S. A. Turner. 

12. Winchester^ organized in 1842, meets at the call of 
the officers. Session of 1892 at Woodstock. Clerk — Miss 
Flora Arbuckle, London. 



UNIVERSALI8T R£ai8TER. 



49 



Official List of Ministers in Fellowship — G. S. Abbott,* 
T. P. Abell, W. S. Bacon, W. M. Backus, A. K. Beem, J. 
H. Blackford, F. F. Buckner, Carrie W. Brainard, S. Crane, 
D.D., S. P. Carlton, O. G. Colegrove, O. Cone, D.D., C. 
C. Connor, Henry L. Canfield, D.D., Harry L. Canfield, 
J. F. Carney, John R. Carpenter, W. F. Crispin, Mrs. 
A. E. Danforth, Alfred Day,* E. Dick,* J. W. Henley, 
D.D., S- Hovey,* E. L. Jacobs, T. H. Johnson,* W. 
M. Jones, J. W. McMaster, Miss Henrietta G. Moore, N. 
R. Qaackenbusb, J. F. Rice, J. Richardson, W. D. Ship- 
man, O. L. Wales, A. Wilson, W. Tucker, D.D. 



FiRriihet. 


Churchet. 


S. School*. 


Church Edifices. 


FRachers. 


PMt-offlew. Fsnulle*. 


OiR. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Adrian, .... 20 
Akron 850 

Alder Chapel,\{V. 

0., W.Canaan), 20 
Atttca (m.). ... 35 
Bainbrldge (oc.) 

(P.O.,Bis«els),. 17 
BellTUle. .... 39 
Belpre, 1st, \ (P. 

Om Rockland), . 30 
Belpre. 2d. k (PO., 

Little Hocking), 16 
i?«rwe (P.O., Wake- 

np, m.), ... 10 
Beverly, .' . . . - 
Blanchester, i, . . 65 
Brimaeld, |, ... 32 

Bryan 50 

Bunker HiU, . . 20 
Caledonia,!,. . . 10 
Camden, \, ... 25 
Oenlr^eld, ... 15 
Clnelnnati, ... 100 
Cleveland, ... 50 
CbtumlfUM, ... 50 

Cbnoeer 26 

Cuba (m.), ... 17 

Cfyde 22 

Jkfyton, . . . . - 

Jhidley 40 

2h$nKam - 

Jfolon, 1 50 

jraif:field (P. 0.. 

Layman, m.), . 17 
ITairmont (m.), . 30 


12 
1872-300 

- 41 
1860—57 

86 
1842—65 

1827-75 

1854—32 

1857—19 

1850-171 
1865—40 
1870—65 
1855—36 
1867-45 
1868—40 
187(V-35 
1827-260 

1833-75 

1868-40 

1868—10 

57 

1879—75 

1872-68 

1867—30 
1888—30 


1869— 
1872-275 

1886—60 
1861-90 

1852—80 

1834-^44 

1878-32 

1864—19 

1852-100 
1866-40 
1871—70 
1856—25 
1867—50 
1888—25 
1872-40 
1827-100 
1891—40 
1844—75 

1867—60 

1868-38 
1888—60 


1862-40. $800 

1879— 6r. 50,000 

Prop, 6,000 

br. 900 
1860-5r. 2,000 

1879— M>. 1,500 
1859—10. 1,000 

1834— w. 1,000 

1854— w. 1,000 

1880— w. 800 

w. 800 

1860-^r. 6,000 

1860—10. 2,000 

1876— 6r. 10,000 

1855— U7. 1,500 

1867- w. 2,000 

1860— 6r. 3,000 

br. 4,000 

Prop. 40,000 

13.000 

1870— e>r. 2,600 

br. 2,500 

1844— to. 1,700 

Prop. 1,300 

- 1,600 

1877— IT. 700 

1870-6r. 8,000 

%o. 1,600 

1884—10. 2.000 

Prop. 100 


J. F. Thompson. 
A. K. Beem. 

J. Richardson. 

CarrieW.Bralnard. 

CarrieW. Brainard. 

G. L. Fortney. 

N.R.Qaackenbnsh. 
A. Wlllson. 
E. D. Jacobs. 

J. P. Carney. 
W . Tucker, d.d. 

Harry L. Canfleld. 
W.B.White. 
W. M. Jones. 

G. L. Fortney. 
G. L. Fortney. 



* Saperannaated. 



50 



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Furiihei. 



Foit-oflloM. Funlliei. 



Ghurehet. 



Ois. No. 



S. Schools. 



Ors- 



No. 



Chuxeh Edifloet. 



DatM. Valuet. 



PiwChan. 



Farmer*9 Station 

„("*.). 

FliDt, |, .... 
Friend»hip (P. O., 
WUev't), . . . 
Frosti ^1 . • . . 
OallipolUt . . . 
Oothtnt . . . • 
Hamlltoo, . . . . 
Havana, |, . . . 
ffuntington, |, . . 
JefleraoDTllle, i, . 

Kent 

La (jfrana€t . . . 
Le Roy, |, . . . 

London I (, . . . 
Lower Balem, (, . 
sAfOntf vi . . 
Manifleldi . . . 
MargartUa (P. O., 

Caatalia), . . . 
jfatofif 4t • • • • 
McOonnelUvilUt . 
mami City (P. O., 

Alcony), . . . 
Middl^port (m.), . 
MlKoitii . • * . 
Monroe (P. O., EL 

dorado), |, . . 
Mt. Carmel, . . . 
Mt. Gllead, . . . 
J^eto Bavent . . . 
JTew Maditon, \t . 

yew Paris, |, . . 
Newtown, |, . . . 
ITew Way, . . * 
Nbrwalk, }, . . . 
Olive Branch(?.0,, 

Sinking Spring), 
01mBted(P.O.,Coe 

Ridge), i, . . 
PaUatine (P. O. 

German), i, . 

Parkman, . . 
Pent, 5, • • • 
Phari^mrg, . . 
Plain atv, \, . 
PiaUwilU, . . 
Rricetovon, . . 
Ravenna, . . . 
Reynold^mrg, \, 
RidgevUU, \, 
Rutland (m.), . 
Sharon Centre, . 
Sharontille, . . 
Springboro, \, . 



26 

5 

20 
16 

6 
80 
20 
16 

9 
34 
00 

86 

20 
26 
40 
12 

26 
40 
20 

16 
26 
26 

60 
30 
33 
60 
60 

41 
60 
26 
60 

8 

36 

60 



80 

9 

60 

10 
60 
12 

9 
10 
19 

9 
26 



1M7— 47 
1871—66 

1872— 6 
1879—42 
1848—26 
1848—16 
1867-104 
1881-40 
1868—38 
1868—16 
1839—88 
1866-110 
1861— 8 
1838-86 

1860—22 
1860—60 
1867— «0 
1891—13 

1862—26 
1836-iaO 
186^-60 

1877—32 
1867—60 
1889—44 

1849-100 
1864—94 
1861—96 
1870—38 
1870-100 

1864—96 
1869-46 
1857—64 
1870-100 

1838—26 

1870—90 

1868-106 



1838-26 
1870—44 
1842-100 
1877-106 
1861—22 
1877-126 
1848-26 
1846-12 
1867—30 
33 
18 
1866-66 



64 

1871—88 

1864—18 
1880—26 



1867—81 
1884—60 
1860—82 

1839-106 
1866-186 

1860-60 

1800—30 
1864-47 

- 126 
1801-20 

1883—66 
1846—75 
1866— 

- 28 
1800-80 
1888—70 

1868-100 

1804-76 

1861—76 

1868— 

1860—70 

1887-40 
1858—66 
1860—46 
1864-132 



1870-140 
1809-140 



dr. $2,600 
1871— 6r. 2,000 



1838—50 
1863-60 



1877—86 
1888—30 
1868—26 
1890-26 



1840-38 



1R81-W. 
1860—^. 

6r. 
1801-6r. 

u>, 
1878— w. 
1874-*r. 
1888—10. 
1868-^. 

ur. 

to. 
Prop, 
1876-6r. 
1861-417. 

v>. 



1,000 
8.000 
1,000 

16,600 
2,000 
1,500 
8,000 
2,500 

17,000 
700 

600 
8,000 
1,000 
1,800 



w. 2,000 

1838-40. 2,000 

6r. 2,000 

1878—^. 8,000 

br, 2,000 

1801— U7. 4,600 



1860— 6r. 


8,000 


1867— 6r. 


1,600 


1862— to. 


2,000 


Prop. 


100 


1876—10. 


2,600 


Prop. 


160 


1876—10. 


2,600 


1833— *r. 


2,000 


1844—10. 


1,600 


1871-*r. 


10,000 



1864-^. 

1847— to. 

1869— to. 
Prop. 



1840-10. 



2,000 
8,000 

1,000 
160 
600 

2,000 



1843-6r. 
1877—10. 
1861— !>r. 
1848—10. 

to. 

6r. 
1840— to. 
1844— to. 

br. 

br. 



7,000 
1,200 
1,600 
8,000 
1,200 
1,000 
500 
2,000 
1,800 
1,600 



J. F. Carney. 



GarriaW.Bralnard. 



C. C. Conner. 
J. F. Riee. 

J.W.Henley, D.D. 
N.R.Qaackenbaah. 
O. G. Colegrove. 

F. F. Buoknor. 

U. B. Milbnm. 
CarrleW.Brainard. 

J. Rlehardaon. 



J. R. Carpenter. 

J. H. Blackford. 
J. R. Carpenter. 
J. F. Carney. 

H. N. Brown. 



J. R. Carpenter. 



J. F. Rioe. 
A. K. Beem. 

Abbie B. Danforth. 
U. 8. Milbum. 



A. Willaon. 
N.B.Qttaokenbuah. 

J. W. Henley, d.d. 



UKIYERSALIST BEOI8TBR. 



51 



FteidiM. 


GhnrehM. 


8.Sehooli. 


Chareh Edlflees. 


FfiMichofi. 


FMt-affleM. 1 FamfliM. 


Org. Ho. 


Oig. No. 


DatM. 


Valaei. 




SinfJker,l, ... 80 
Upper 8anda0ky,i, 26 
JMopotU, . . . - 
Vincent, \, ... 16 
WaJbridgs, . . . - 
Watertown (m.), . 24 
Wu^Uid (P. O., 
La Roy), ... 86 

WuMlU, 1, ... 14 
Woodttoek^ ... 100 
Wliidaor, .... 20 
SAiMwiUe, . . . - 


1867-100 

1877-48 
1880—20 

1887—16 

- 88 

1838-46 

18n-48 
1842—76 
1806-86 


. 60 

- 02 

1883—26 

. S6 

1860—60 

1878-107 
1860-100 
1801-30 


Prop, t4,000 

800 

6r. 6,0d6 

1878— 6r. 6,000 

br. 6,000 

1880—10. 800 

1870-tc. 1,200 

184^-10. 1,600 
Prop. 000 
1877— *r. 7,000 
1844— 6r. 8,000 
1808-10. 600 


J. W. Henley, d.x>. 

0. L. Walee. 
O, L. Fortney. 

8. P. Oarlton. 
LoiU D. Oroeley. 


Total*-01 . 2,813 


82-4,889 


07-4,146 


80— $341,710 





Oregon. 

State Convention, organized in 1874, includes the minis- 
ters and cliarches in Oregon and Washington. It meets on 
Thursday following the first Sunday in June. Pres. — Rey. 
A. J. Wigle, Harrisburg ; Vice-Pres. — Jennie Brown, 
Eugene City ; Treas. — A. Condra ; Sec. — J. C. Cooper, 
McMinnville; Fellowship Committee — Rev. A. J. Wigle, 
Rev. W. H. Nosier, John Archibald, A. Brown, J. W. 
Wigle. 

Parishes or missions at Albany, owning a church edifice : 
at Coquille City, with ten families, twenty members of the 
church, a church edifice of wood, valued at $800, and other 
property amounting to $500. 

Pennsylvania. 

The State Convention, organized in 1832, meets the second 
Tuesday in June. Session for 1892 at Westfield. Pres. — 
Hon. Edward G. Lee; Vice-Prea. — Hon. C. S. Russell; 
Sec. — Rev. F. A. Bisbee, 1620 Master Street, Philadelphia ; 
Treas. — George C. Thomas, Germantown, Philadelphia; 
Committee of FeUowskip — Rev. O. R. Beardsley, Hopbot- 



52 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



torn, Sec. ; Rev. E. E. Bailey, Mansfield ; S. B. Eldridge, 
E. M. Tiflfany ; Trua. — E. C. Sweetser, D.D., Rev. James 
Shrigley, George R. Frill, Chaa. S. Lincoln, G. R. Bonsai, 
J. W. Howard, Jr., Frank Pierce, Wm. H. Hart, Jr., E. M. 
TiflFany; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — E.G. Sweetser, 
D.D. ; State Missionary — Rev. O. R. Beardsley, Hopbot- 
tom. Permanent Fund, $15,158 ; Special Fund, $7,972. 

Young People^ s Christian Union. Pres. — J. Thomas 
Moore, 409 Chestnut St., Philadelphia; Vxce-Pres. — Ray 
Brodrick, State Normal School, Mansfield; Sec. — Mrs. 
Mildred Rahm Smith, 318 State St., Towanda; Treas.— 
James S. Stevens, Jr., 33 Walnut St., Philadelphia; Execu- 
tive ^ard — Thomas D. Ober, 1617 N. 16th St., Philadel- 
phia; Miss Sallie Marsh, 224 S. 6th St., Reading; Miss Ida 
Smith, 825 Monroe Ave., Scranton. 

Vice-Pres, Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. Marion 
Yager, 1802 Sharswood Street, Philadelphia. 

Associations. — Susquehanna^ organized in 1835, meets 
the Wednesday following the first Monday in September^ 
Clerk^ S. B. Eldridge, Brooklyn. 

Lake Erie, organized in 1838, meets the fourth Wednes- 
day in June. Clerk^ EflSe L. Shipman, Girard. 

North Branchy organized in 1842, meets the Wednesday 
and Thursday preceding the first Monday in September. 
Clerky Rev. H. K. Riegel, Westfield. 

Philadelphia, organized in 1829, meets at the call of the 
officers. Clerk, Rev. G. W. Kent, Reading. 



Pu-lihe*. 


Churchei. 
Oix- No. 


S. Schoola. 
Org. No. 


Church Edifices. 


Freftchen. 


Port-offlow. Famlllet. 


Date*. 1 Volnes. 




Allenport (oc), . 10 
Athenit .... 65 

Bradford, ... 20 
Brooklyn, ... 60 


- 10 
1871—65 

1875—16 
1868-61 


1871—85 
1854—70 


1850-HO. $2,000 

Prop. 1,000 

1856— u). 4.000 

1874— ic. 8,000 

/Vop. 2,000 


J. C. McTnernej. 
J. H. Ballon. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



53 



FftrUhea. 



FuniU< 



Chorchef. 
Org! No. 



S. Schools. 



Org., No. 



Church Edifloea. 



Data*. 



Praachcn. 



Valnei. 



Camhridge {dor»)t 15 

CUfbrd (oc.)t . . 20 

OooneaatTilto, . . 43 

Carry (oc.), ... 20 

Dtnctofif . . • . 8 

JEtMton {dor*), . . 20 

Brie 40 

FUetoilie,. ... 20 

&lb9on (oc), . . 25 

Oirard {oc,)t . . 20 

Hopbottom, ... lb 

KeepTllle {dor,), . 9 

IjeoozTllIe, ... 20 

LineavUle, ... 45 



LUckJUld,\,. . . 

Manifleld, . . . 

MuAoppen (dor.), 
Mbfitro9t, .... 
Jfew mi/ord, \, . 
JilchoUont . . . 
Orwell mil (dor.), 
JPMladtlphia, 1st, 
Philadelphia. 2d, . 
Philadelphia, Ch. 
of Meaeiah, . . 

PUUburg, . . . 
Beading, . . . 
SalUburg {dor.), 
3crantont . . . 
8h€*hequin, \, . 
SharpivUU, . . 



20 
36 

10 
10 
15 
30 
8 



140 

175 

38 
120 
10 
35 
15 
21 



Smithton, A, . . .36 
Springftela Centre, 1, 20 
Standing 8tone{oc.), 20 
Susguenanna, . . 20 
Sylwmia, ^, ... 15 
Tidionte, .... 39 
Titaarille, ... 60 
7i}tDanda, ... 69 

TVoy 12 

Uly99e9, .... 8 
Westfield, ... 15 
WetUtburg (oc), . 35 
W. Springfield {oc.), 16 



Totala— 17 



1,532 



1875—15 
1874—15 
1843—86 
1877—70 
12 

1844—71 
1886—32 
1869—20 
60 
1360—82 

1870—22 



1873—60 

1881-19 
1881—78 



1887—12 
1887— 2 
1877-72 



1822-161 

1850-368 

1889-49 
1852-174 
1860—20 
1888—35 
1880—20 
1876-^9 

1874-«) 

1881—30 

25 

1883-16 

1874—74 
1865-100 
1877-109 
1884—25 
1887— 5 
1887—22 
40 
12 



1870—40 
1652-57 



1844*120 

1866—50 

25 

50 

1860-100 



1873—90 
1882—60 



1874-44 



1825-181 
1851-193 



1851-210 

1887—40 
1830-45 
1875-47 

1870—75 

1882—30 

50 

1872—76 

1870—65 
1860—90 
1877-110 
1883—24 



1887—30 



41—2,273 I 27—2,057 



1852-40. $1,500 

1847— t/y. 800 

1851—10. 2,000 

Prop. 200 



Prop. 
1843— w. 

10. 

1842— to. 

1860— to. 
Prop. 



6.000 
18,000 
2.000 
8,000 
2,000 
4,500 
300 



1887—10. 
l^fop. 



4.000 
1,200 



1882— to. 3,000 
Prop. 1,500 I 
1,000 ' 
2,000 



to. 
1842-HO. 



1876— to. 

1854-10. 

Prop. 

1872— »^ 



3,500 

1,000 

20,000 

50,000 



1890-«^ 170,000 
Prop. 21,000 



1890— •<. 
1809— to. 

to. 

to. 
1884— *r. 
Prop. 

to. 

to. 

10. 

1872—10. 

to. 
1870— to. 
1865— 6r. 
1876-^»r. 
1884—10. 
Prop. 
1888— 6r. 

to. 

br. 



28,000 
1,500 
4,500 
3,000 

16,000 
7,500 
4,000 
1,000 
2,000 

10,000 
3.000 
4,000 

12,000 
4,500 
200 
3.000 
2,500 
2,500 



C. P. Naah. 

M. A. Brennen. 

J. H. Ballou. 

C. P. Nath. 
Emma B. BaUey. 

A. O. Warren. 

F. A. BUbee. 
B.G.8weeteer,s.D . 

Amanda Deyo. 
J. Gorton. 

B. Hoagh. 



L. 8. Oroiley. 
M. H. Houghton. 



H. K. Riegei. 



36— $444,700 



Rhode Island. 

The State Convention, organized in 1838, meets the fir? 
Wednesday in June. Prea. — Hon. L. W. Ballou ; Fw 



54 



UNIVEUSALIST RE6I8TBB. 



Pres. — R. I. Cushman, D.D. ; Sec.—R. W. Bogg, D.D., 
Providenoe ; Treas. — Hon. Olney Arnold, Pawtaoket ; Com-' 
miUee of Fellowship — H. I. Cushman, D.D., Rev. C. J. 
White and Wm. E. Whiting ; Trua. — A. A. Presbry, Rev. 
C. J. White, Arthur H. Metcalf, C. E. Carpenter, A. D. 
Vose and W. O. Cornell. Permanent Fund, $4,403 ; 
Clergymen's Relief Fund, $507. 

Vice-Pres. Woman^a Centenary Associalion — Mrs. Nancy 
Holmes, Providence. 



FwishM. 



Foit-oiHoM. FuniUet. 



GhnrchM. 



Org. No. 



8. School!. 



Org. No. 



ChorehEdilii 



DfttM. Yaluea. 



BnnlllTllle, ... 29 
Cumberland (*n.), . 16 
Bast ProTidenoe, . 68 

OeorglftTille, . . 80 
North Swantey^dor) t - 
Pawtncket, ... 160 
Providenoe, Ut, . 248 
Prorldanoe, Oh. of 
Mediator, . . ITO 

Providenca, Ballon, 80 
Valley FaU9, . . 42 
Woonaockat, . . 188 



Total!— 11 . . 060 



1888—12 
1888-87 
1888—28 



1868-187 
1823-240 

1840-246 

1886—80 
1886—33 
1843-246 






»— 1,066 



1888—12 

20 

1881-111 

1886-80 



1826-818 
1826-200 

1848-800 

1886—84 
186»-110 
1840-886 



10—1,660 



1887-^10. 
1878— u;. 
1882—10. 
Prop, 
188fr— to. 
1878—10. 
1868—10. 
1872-i>r. 

1869 Of . 

Prop. 
1888-40. 
1886-to. 
1840— to. 

Ptop, 



$18,000 
3,000 
8,000 
1,000 
6,000 
1,600 
40,000 

120,000 

66,000 

2,000 

1,200 

8,600 

26,000 

16,000 



11— $800,200 



M. Ooodrieh. 



R. Eddy, d.d. 

F. W. Uamiltoo. 
H.I.OaehnaD,Dj>. 

H. W. Bagf , D.D. 

R. Eddv, D J>. 
B. E. M argrafl. 
O. J. White. 



South Carolina. 



No Convention. 



Fu-iihei. 


Churchcf. 


8. Schools. 


Church EdlfloM. 


PrMchcn. 


Foflt-ofllcM. Familiet. 


Org. No. 


Oik. No. 


DalM. Values. 




Chappelle, ... 16 
FeaaterriUe, . . . 26 
MooAtTUle, ... 9 


- 46 

1877—60 


- 80 

- 26 


10. $600 

to. 600 


T. Chapman and 
D. B. Clayton. 

D. B. Clayton and 
T. Chapman. 

D. B. Clayton and 
T. Chapman. 


Totala-a . . 49 


2-106 


2—66 


2- $1,200 


• 



UNIVBRSALIST REGISTER. 



55 



South Dakota. 
Of the parishes at Yankton and Sioux City we have no 
recent information. 

Texnesseb. 
There are several places in this State where there is occa- 
sional preaching, but only two organizations are reported : 
Free Hill, with twenty church members ; church edifice 
valued at $750; and Harriman, a new parish of twenty 
families. Preaching every Sunday by Rev. W. H. Mc- 

Glauflin. 

Texas. 

State Convention, fellowshipped in 1891. Pres. — Rev. 
James Billings ; Vice-Pres. — H. E. Conger ; Sec. — (Ofl3ce 
vacant) ; Treaa. — Daniel Pingree ; Tru8. — F. Grim, M. O. 
Gleason, Rev. J. M. Wright. Committee of Fellowship — 
Rev. I. P. Black, Rev. A. G. Strain, J. H. Stallings ; Funds, 
$3,220. 

Vice-Ptes. Wcn/ian's Centenary Association — Mrs. J. L. 
Dewey, Sipe Springs, Comanche County. 



Pariahe*. 


Ghurehe*. 


8. School!. 


Church Edifloet. 


Freschsn. 


Fost-oflleM. Fsmillei. 


Oig. No. 


Oxif. No. 


DatM. Yalnea. 




Bend, 3 

Blanket (m.)p . . 10 
Clarksville (oc.), . 5 
Comanche (m.), . 14 
Dallas (oc), . . . > 
Xastlaad Co. (oc), 8 
Farmersyille, . . 10 
Fish Creek (oe.), . 9 
Garden Valley (oc), 10 
Orapeland (oc), . 10 
Hieo, 16 

Meridian, |, ... 15 

Montagne Springs 

\oc.^ 1 .... • 8 
Rockdale (oc), . . 10 
Williamson Co., . 15 


3 
1882—17 
1884—20 
188»-18 
1887—20 
1890—10 
1884—40 
1890-31 
1887—13 
1884—25 
1886-35 

1885-26 

1890— 7 
1875-50 
1885—65 


1888— 8 

1884-80 
1888—25 

1887-20 
1884—30 


Building. 
Prop. $800 

1889^u'. 3,000 
Prop. 200 
Prop. 500 


P. B. McCoury. 

I. P. Black. 

J. Billings. 

A. Vancleve. 

J. Billings. 

J. Billings. 

L. Holt. 

A. O. Strain. 

J. Billings. 

J. Billings. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill- 

ings. 
Mr. and Mrs. BiU- 

ings. 

J. Billings. 
J. 6. Danbar. 
J. 0. Lawhom. 


Totals— 15 . . 143 


16—380 


5—113 


1— $4,500 





56 universalist register. 

Vermont. 

The Universallst Convention of Vermont and the Province 
of Quebec, organized 1883, meets on the last Wednesday in 
August. Place of meeting left to the Executive Committee. 
Prea. — A. T. Foster, Derby Line; Vice-Pres. — G. W. 
Tilden; /Sec— Rev. S. A. Parker, Bethel; TVccw. — Wil- 
lard Chase; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. E. W. Pierce, 
Wilmington; Rev. F. W. Whippen, Mrs. L. M. Smiley, 
Rev. F. W. Sprague, Prof. Charles Dole ; Trus. — Rev. J. 
F. Simmons, Rev. E. Smiley, E. J. Whitcomb ; Preacher of 
Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. F. Simmons. Permanent Fund, 
$1,723. 

Young People's Union — Pres. — Chas. D. Cutler, Spring- 
field; Vice-Pres. — Chas. E. Whitman, Bellows Falls; Sec. 
— Emma L. Rogers, St. Johnsbury ; Treas. — Mattie Heald, 
St. Johnsbury ; Executive Committee^ Rev. S. A. Parker, 
Rev. W. Dole, Mildred Fuller. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. L. M. 
Smiley, Richmond. 

Associations. — 1. Northern^ organized in 1804, meets 
the third Wednesday in June. Rev. J. A. Seitz, West Con- 
cord, Clerk, 

2. Green Mountaiii^ organized in 1829, meets the second 
Wednesday in June. Rev. J. P. Marvin, Clerk, 

3. Champlainy organized as the Lamoille in 1838, name 
changed to Champlain in 1837, meets the third Wednesday 
in June. Rev. F. W. Whippen, St. Albans, Clerk, 

4. Central, organized in 1848, meets the first Wednesday 
in- June. Rev. S. C. Hayford, Montpelier, Clerk, 

5. WincUiam and Bennington, organized in 1834, meets 
the second Tuesday in June. J. S. Cutting, West Brattle- 
boro, Clerk, 



UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 



57 



PuishM. 



Fuuiliea. 



Charchea. ' 8. SchooU. Church Edifices. 



Ors- No. ; Org. No. Dates. Values 



Barnard (oe.) , . . 30 

Jfarre 160 

Bellows Fall«, . . 70 



Berkthire (oc.), . 15 

Bethel SO 

Bnttleboro, ... 200 

CalaU (oc.)> ... 35 

CavendUh, ... 20 

Cheflter, (, ... 36 

J>erbff Line, ... 50 

Sa9iBamard{oc.)t 25 

East Bethel, i, . . 40 

Scut Calais (oc.), . 30 
East and North Mont- 

pelier (oc.), . . 80 

Baet Randolph, i, . 20 

E»9ex (oc.)> ... 14 

FeiehviUe {oc.), . 40 

rutcher.l, ... 20 

GaysrlUe, I, . . . 40 

Glover, i,. ... 35 

Gnilford, |, ... 23 

ffancockt |, ... 15 

Jfartland (oc), • 40 

Binetburg (dor.), . 12 

JaeJuontille, . . 25 

Jericho {oc,), . . 15 

latdlou) 40 

LvndonHlU, . . 40 

Mart^eld, ... 46 

MorrinUUf ... 50 

JTorthjMd, ... 70 
Jforth Tunbridge 

(.oc.) 80 

Orange {dor,), . . 15 

PlainJUld {dor,), . 35 

Putney, .... 50 

Richmond, ... 40 

Rochester, ... 00 

Bazburjf, 1, ... 26 

Batland, .... 80 

Sadavoga (oc), . 20 

Sharon {dor.), . . 20 

Shoreham, i, . . 80 

Shretesburg loc,) . 30 

So. Strafford {oc), 20 

So. Wooditock, \, , 40 

Springfield, ... 65 

St. Albans, ... 50 

St,Johnnbury, . . 60 

Stowe 74 I 



1874—17 
1867-182 
I880--64 



1875—44 
1843-258 



1848— 6 
f871— 25 

1861— 



1867—45 
1879—28 

1848-34 

1842-35 

1885—9 
1871-42 
1854—40 
1851—87 

7 
1876-25 

1877—15 

1868—60 

81 



1872—25 
1843—60 
1883—54 
1873—86 
1856— 



1845—35 
1840-329 
1879-120 



1848—75 
- 310 

1847—40 
1848—30 

1874—17 
25 
25 

1838—40 

50 



1845-10. 

1852— tr. 

1880— ?o. 

Prop. 



19 
1857-65 
1845—40 
1864—59 



1856-38 

1851—37 

1889—65 

1883-46 
1856—46 
1856—50 
1851-107 



1878—28 

30 

1881—65 

1850—76 

1867—70 

1885-135 



1816— ftr. 
1880— U7. 
Prop, 
1823— V. 
1844— «^ 
1845— •<. 
w, 
tv. 
1831— frr. 
1847— 6r. 

br. Sc If. 
1832— w. 
1858— u?. 



1890—45 



1387—23 

1876—25 
1842—90 
1880—85 
1871-145 

88 



1871— M>. 
1866— u;. 
1830-10. 
1837— w. 
Prop, 
w. 
1855— U7. 

1851— M>. 

1847— 6r. 

1837— 6r. 

Prop, 

1851— uj. 
1864— to. 
1857— U7. 

1830— IT. 
w, 
w, 

1879— to. 

Prop, 

1870-w. 

w. 

1889— «£. 

Prop, 

w. 



I 



1885— e>r. 

Prop, 

1840— «J. 

t47. 

Prop. 
1848— w. 
1834— «>r. 
1883— 6r. 
1872— w. 

Prop, 



$4,000 

16,000 

12,000 

2,000 



4,000 
20,000 
5,000 
700 
1,000 
3.000 
3,000 
1,000 
2,000 
1,000 

6,000 
1,500 
2.500 
1.000 
4,000 
5,000 
2.500 
3,500 
1,000 
1,800 
8,000 

800 
3,000 
5,000 
8,400 

2,000 
3,500 
9,000 

1,000 
1.500 
1,200 

9,000 
2,000 
3,500 
1,500 
20,000 
4.000 
800 



3,000 

5.000 

1,000 

2,000 

3,300 

2,000 

12,000 

12,000 

15,000 

12,000 



Praachen. 



8. A. Parker. 
F. W. Bprague. 



C. F. Mclntire. 
F. C. Priest. 

8. A. Parker. 



8. A. Parker. 

8. A. Parker. 

F. W, Bprague. 

G. 8. Guernsey. 

E. W. Pierce. 

B. A. Hoyt. 
H. L. Thornton. 



E. Smiley. 

J. P. Marvin. 
H. L. Thornton. 
H. 8. FlBke. 



G. W. Perry. 



J. F. Simmons. 

0. F. Mclntire. 
F. W. Whippen. 
E. A. Hoyt. 

1. P. Booih, D.D. 



58 



UKITERSALIST RBGI8TER. 



FkrlihM. 



PiM(H>aeei. FuniliM. 



Chnrehet. 



Ois. No. 



& School*. 



Oik. No. 



Church EdifloM. 



Dtttes. Yalnea. 



FMschcn. 



8wanU>n (dor.), . 16 
VerooD, A, ... 90 
Wait^/UUl (oc.), . 12 
Wathingtan, 4, . . 16 
ir«//«(oc.}. ... 20 
W€9t Burke At > . 23 
Weal Ooneora, . . 72 
WeMt Derby t . . . - 
ire«< ira/{/a«, . . 14 
W, Randolph {dor. ) , 26 
WeH Windsor (oc.). 20 
WitliameUnen (dcr.) ,30 
WilliametilU (dor.) , 26 
Willieton, i, . . . 13 

Wllmingtoxi, . . . 85 
WKUe Riv. Junction, 90 
Wolcott, .... 27 
Woodetock, ... 60 



1879-32 
1843—46 



1870—66 
1860-22 



1886-26 
1864—62 

1876—60 



187&-26 
1846-120 



1878—23 



1862—26 
21 

1888— 8 
1802—63 



Totals— 67 . 2,647 



84-1,611 



1866-44 
1878—34 
1878—26 

1640-40 
1878—40 
1881-46 
1836-46 



«8— 3,120 



1846-t0. $3,800 

br. 2,000 

1848-w. 2,600 



1871—10. 
1844—10. 



Prop, 



4,000 
4,600 

2,aoo 

400 



Prop* 
1849—10. 
m84-6r. 
1869— 6r. 

Prop. 
1836—10. 
1878—10. 
1882>H0. 
1886-^. 

Prop. 



800 
2,000 
2,000 
4,000 
2,000 
6,000 
2,600 
1,600 
10,000 
8,600 



66— $304,600 



F. W. Spngae. 



J. A. SelU. 
F. C. Priest. 



L. F. Fortnsy. 

F. T. Crane. 
J. F. Btmmone. 



Virginia. 

A church edifice owned by Universalists at Richmond is 
valued at $5,000. A parish of thirteen families, church of 
twenty-two members, and Sunday-school numbering twenty* 
nine, exist at Norfolk ; preacher, Rev. Joseph Jordan. 



West Virginia. 

A State Conference was organized in September, 1891. 
Pres. — C. S. McWhorter, Buckhannon; Vxce^Pres, — N. B. 
Sandy, Bingamon; Sec, — W. E. Ashburn, West Union; 
Treaa. — M. L. Patterson, Mt. Clara. 

There are two parishes : Fork Ridge, eighteen families, 
fifty-two church members, forty-eight in Sunday-school ; a 
church edifice, built in 1873, and valued at $1,200 ; preacher, 
one-fourth of the time, S. P. Carlton. Shinnston parish, ten 
families, church of nine members, owns a lot, and has 
occasional preaching by Rev. Q. H. Shinn. 



mnVEBSALIST REGISTER. 



59 



Wisconsin. 

The Wisconsin Universalist Convention, organized in 1848, 
meets on the first Tuesday in Jane. The session of 1892 
will be held at Stoughton. Pres. — Rev. J. M. Payson; 
Vioe-Pres. — Dr. Jennie Hilton ; Sec. — Rev. J. F. Schindler, 
Whitewart«r ; Treas, — W. H. Rogers ; Trus. — John Hasey, 
Mrs. H. B. Laflin, Mrs. Mary Schofield ; Committee of 
Fellowship — Rev. W. S. Ralph, Columbus ; Dr. H. B. Laflin, 
Rev. E. P. Baldwin ; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. 
Olympia Brown. Funds, $468. 

Woman's Missionary Society — Pres, — Mrs. H. B. Laflin, 
La Crosse; Sec, — Mrs. W. H. Rogers, Fort Atkinson; 
TrecLs. — Mrs. Jennie Hilton, Fort Atkinson. 

Toung People's Christian Union — Pres, — Miss Inez 
Lawrence, Armstrong Creek ; Vice-Pres, — Miss Birdie Bur- 
nett, Stoughton ; Sec, — Geo. Rogers, Racine ; Trea^, — 
Mrs. Stevens, Columbus. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Rev. Mary 
J. DeLong, Oshkosh. 



FluiahM. 



rsMCH>aeef. FMniU«a. 



Ghwclict. 



Oik. No. 



S. Bchoolf. 



Org. No 



Church EdiflcM. 



Dfttes. Talnct. 



PWfhClW* 



BU. Bit. FaU9 (oc.), 20 
OobtmlnUt. ... 80 
EUthom (oc.)f • . 30 
Ft. AUlnaon, . . 25 
Hartford, }i, . . 25 
LaCroMe* . . .115 

X4MU, 30 

Jiark€9an (oc.)i • 15 

JHOHTOtf . • . a 75 

M&untSterUnff,i,, 17 
y«enak 4b Jienc^ha, 40 
OahJkoth, .... 50 
JPrmirU d» Sac, . 20 
Btteine 58 

Rochstter,, ... 40 

SprtngvaU (o«.), . 25 

Stouffhtan, i, . . 50 

WOHMOU 30 



1870-25 
1800-41 
1878-18 
1800—18 

1867-117 
1875—36 
1858—31 



1867—12 
1886—20 
1860—20 
1858-90 



1870-60 
1887—20 



WhUtwaUTt 



58 > 1871-42 



Totals—10 



757 



14—520 



1868— 
1866—56 
1876— 
1886—50 

1866-200 
1872-^5 

1868-125 



1867—65 
1886-65 

1878—04 



1850—64 
1887—40 

1868—69 



1860— w. 
187(^10. 
1875—10. 
1885— to. 
Prop, 
1866—^. 
1875— 5r. 
1858—11'. 
1863—^. 



$2,000 

4,500 

3,000 

8,000 

120 

20,000 
3,000 
1,500 

10,000 



1867— dr. 
1680— tr. 
1868— IT. 
1861-e>r. 

Prop, 
1870— 6r. 
1869— fo. 
1858— 6r. 
1887— M). 

Prop, 
1868-^. 



7,500 
4.000 
4,000 
12,000 
1,000 
5,000 
2,000 
4,300 
4,600 
1,500 
8.000 



18—853 



17— $100,920 



W. 8. Ralph. 

J. HiltOD. 

Olympla Brown. 
J. M.rayaon. 



B. P. BaldwiD. 



W. 8. Ralph. 
J. L. Andrew. 

F. Millar. 



60 UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 

SCOTLAKD. 

The Universalists of Scotland, in 1875, organized a Con- 
vention which meets annually on the last Saturday in May. 
It is a small body, composed of only two churches — one in 
Glasgow and the other in Larbert. The church at Larbert 
owns the building in which it worships, and is known as 
the Church of the Redeemer ; that at Glasgow worships at 
Claremont St., and is known as St. Paul's Universalist 
Church. There are several preaching stations and much 
unorganized Universalism. The officers of the Scotland 
Convention are: Honorary Presidents — J. W. Hanson, 
D.D., and Rev. Mrs. C. A. Soule; Pres. — Andrew Ure ; 
Vice-Pres. — A. Gardner ; Sec. — John Currie, 39 Hope St., 
Glasgow ; Treas. — William Bogle ; Trtis. — Messrs. Rough- 
«ad, Binnie, Smith of Larbert, Hamilton and Sinclair of 
Glasgow; Missionary — Rev. Caroline A. Soule, 24 Kelvin 
Drive, Kelvinbridge, Glasgow. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Mary 
M. Thompson, Glasgow. 

St. Paul's Universalist Church worships (at 11 a.m., 2 and 
7 P.M.) every Sunday in its church on Claremont St., Glasgow. 
Number of families, forty ; church of one hundred and sixty 
members, organized in March, 1879 ; Sunday-school organ- 
ized in June, 1879, forty members. Church edifice con- 
structed of iron, erected in 1891, valued at (2,500. Other 
property, $500. 

YOUNG PEOPLES ORQAinZATIONS. 

State organizations of the Young People^ CHRisxiiiN 
Union have been formed in seventeen States : Connecticut, 
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michi- 
gan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, 
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Western New York, Wiscon- 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 61 

sin. We give the list of local organizations and their secre- 
taries in fellowship with these State Unions, so far as they 
have been reported to us by their respective State Secretaries. 

Connecticut. 

Bridgeport, Y. P. C. U., Miss Mary Walker. 

Hartford, Young People's Guild, Robert Wright, 18 Congress St. 

Meriden, Y. P. U., Miss Eva Sloan. 

Middletown, Y. P. C. U., Miss Ethel Allison. 

New Britain, Y. P. C. U., Miss S. N. Whitney, 9 Chestnut St. 

New Haven, Y. P. M. A , William Z. Bartlett,36 Edgewood Ave. 

Norwich, Y. P. C. U., Miss Ina F. Ruby, US Laurel Hill Ave. 

Putnam, Y. P. C. U., Victor H. Libby. 

Stafford, Y. P. C. U., Miss Mabel Edson. 

Stamford, Y. P. S. C. E., J. F. Grant. 

Illinois. 
Avon, Home Mission Workers, Miss Emma Lincoln. 
Blue Island, Y. P. M. A., Miss Katharine Minshall. 
Chicago, Church of the Redeemer, The Flower Mission, Dora 
A. Treen. 
Chicago, St. Paul's Church, Y. P. C. U., Jessie E. Robertson, M.D. 
Chicago, St. Paul's Church, Ryder Club, Byron Boyden. 
Decatur, y. P. C. U., Grace Baldwin. 
Dixon, Y. P. M. A., Miss Minnie Guthrie. 
Englewood, Y. P. C. U., Rufus W. Scott. 
Hoopeston, Y. P. A., Miss Fannie Armstrong. 
Lafayette, 

Macomb, The Ryder League, Miss Myra Blount. 
Marseilles, Y,P. S. C. E., Miss Lida Bignall. 
New Salem, 

Oak Park, Y. P. C. U., Miss A. B. Skillin. 
Springfield, Lawrence Ibbotson. 
Table Grove, The Ryder League, Miss Mellora Berry. 
Urbana, Y. P. C. U., Wm. Snodgrass. 

Iowa. 
Bloomfield, Y. P. C. U., Miss Catherine Clayton. 
Cedar Falls, Y. P. C. U., Miss Nellie Pierce. 



62 UNIYERSALIST RSOI8TER. 

Charles City, Y. P. C. U., Miss Eunice Sjlrester. 
Dubuque, Y. P. C. U , Clarence Lucas. 
Eldora, Y P. C. U , Miss Era Lawrence. 
Manchester, Y. P. C. U., Miss Belle Robertson. 
Mt Pleasant, Y. P C. U., Miss Viola Dugdale. 
Storm Lake, Y. P. C. U , Miss Maud Morej. 
Waterloo, Y. P. C. U., Eugene P. Sinclair. 

Kansas. 

Delphos, Y. P. C. U., Miss F. E. Brant, Pres. 
Junction City. Y. P. C. U., De Forest Baker. 
Seneca, Y. P. C. U., Miss R. Eennard. 

Maine. 

Auburn, Y. P. C. A , Frank Booker. 

AugusU, Y P. C. U., W. H. Dunton. 

Bangor, Y. P. C. U., Miss Nora E. Thompson, 29 6th St. 

Bath, Y. P. C. U., Miss Emma F. Hooper, 24 Green St. 

Bowdoinham, Y. P. C. U., Margaret Fogg. 

Bryant's Pond, Y. P. C. U., George L. Stephens. 

Deering, Y. P. C. U., Cynthia M. Record. 

Dexter, Guild of the Good Shepherd, Abbie H. Hamilton. 

Hope, Y. P. C. U., Mrs. E. B. Barrett. 

Lewiston, Y. P. C. U., Mrs. Flora N. Porter, 196 Holland St. 

Livermore Falls, Y. P. S. C. E., Minnie W. Alden. 

Mechanic Falls, Y. P. C. U., Ella J. Dwinal. 

North Anson, Y. P. C. U., Alston Tripp, Pres. 

North Auburn, Y. P. C. U , Miss Ellen Allen. 

Oakland, Guild of the Good Shepherd, Miss Edith Roy. 

Pittsfield, Y. P. C. U., Susie Davis. 

Portland, Ch. of the Messiah, Y. P. C. U., Georgietta S. Ford, 17 
Quincy St. 

Portland, Congress Square, Y. P. C. U., Fred. S. Rand, 7 Pros- 
pect St. 

Richmond, Y. P. C. U , Alice M. Pushard. 

Rockland, Y. P. C.U., Miss Louisa G. Hunt, 60 Sumner St. 

Skowhegan, Y. P. C. U., Miss Esther Vaughn. 

South Berwick, Y. P. S. C. E., Belle L. Grant. 



> 



UNITERSAUST RBOI8TER. 63 

Stockton Springs, T. P. C. U., Laura £. Simmons. 
Watcrville, Y. P. C. U., Miss Hannah J. Powell. 
Westbrook, T. P. C. U., Annie Elwell, Cumberland Mills. 

Massachusetts. 

Ac5ton, West, Y. P. C. U., Miss Dora 9, Hoar. 

Annisquam, Christian Helpers, Annie M. Olsen. 

Arlington, Y. P. S. C. E., Angie E. Wellington, 16 Swan's Place. 

Beverly, Ballou Club, Benj. Huntoon. 

Beverly, C. E. S., Miss Ella Dorr, 22 Washington St. 

Boston, Columbus Avenue, Y. P. C. U., W. W. Foster, 6 Berwick 
Park. 

Boston, East, Y. P. C. U , Annie G. Davidson, 63 Eutaw St. 

Boston, Shawmut, Y. P. M. A., Miss Grace Carter, 5 lackering 
Ave , Roxbury. 

Boston, South, Bethany, Y. P. S. C. E , Miss Carrie F. Ellicott, 
25GSt. 

Cambridge, East, Y. P. M. A., Miss Maude F. Keeler, Thorn- 
dike St. 

Cambridge, North, Y. P. M. A., H. K. Easterbrook, 101 Wash- 
ington Ave. 

Cambridgeport, Y. P. C. A., Miss Susan M. Adams, 20 Lee St. 

Chelsea, Y. P. C. U., Effie T. Clayton, 72 Orange Street 

Danvers, Y. P. S. C. E , Miss Mary F. Whiting. 

Haverhill, Y. P. C. A., Louise M. Sheridan, 33 Broadway. 

Lawrence, Y P. C. A., Ralph C. Simmons, 6 E. Haverhill St. 

Lowell, 1st, Y. P. S. C. E., Bertice A. Bliss, 65 Third St. 

Lowell, 2d, Y. P. S. of Christian Workers, Miss Augusta Cragin, 
15 Loring St. 

Lynn, Y. P. S. C. E , Miss N. Jenison, 25 Cherry St. 

Mansfield, Y. P. C. U., John Wells, Jr. 

Medford, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Josie Chambers, Manning St. 

Methuen, Y. P. C. U., W. L. S. Gilcreast 

Milford, Murray Club, Walter L. Tougas. P. O. Box 351. 

Newtonville, Y. P. S. C. E., Rosie E. Cunningham, Box 65. 

Norwood, Y. P. C. U., Miss Edith F. Tisdale. 

Palmer, Miss Clara Willis. 

Quincy, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss A. H. Newcomb, 35 Hancock St. 



64 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Salem, Y. P. S. C. E., G. H. Symonds, 107 North St. 

Somerville, Cross Street Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Emma F. Steyens, 
49 Myrtle St. 

Somerville, West, Y. P. S C. E., Miss Florence I. Irrine, 13 
Moore St. 

Somerville, Winter HilJ, Y. P. C. U., Miss Helen G. Curtis, 8 
Richdale Ave. 

Spencer, Y. P. S. C. E., A. Hart Faxon. 

Springfield, Young People's Society of St. Paul's Church, W. E. 
Gilbert, Third National Bank. 

Taunton, Y. P. C. U., Homer P. Ingell, Cohannet St. 

Wakefield, Y. P. C. A., Miss Anna Bridge, P. O. Box 675. 

Waltham, Y. P. S. C. E., Adeline E. Francis, 862 Main St. 

Webster, Unity Club, E. A. Hunt. 

Weymouth, Y. P. S. C. E., Clarence L. Eaton. 

Weymouth, North, Y. P. C. U., Miss Emily F. Litchfield. 

Worcester, Chapin Club, C. Leslie Chamberlain, 2 Linden St 

Michigan. 

Bay City, Y. P. C. U., Jerry Ray. 
Concord, Y. P. C. U., Mrs. C. P. Grover 
Horton, Y. P. C. U., Elsie Snyder. 
Lansing, Y. P. C. U., Mrs. L. C. Buck. 
Lapeer, Y. P. C. U., Harry Demarest. 
Liberty, Y. P. C. U., Nettie Gates. 
Portland, Y. P. C. U., Marie Newman. 

New Hampshire. 

Berlin Falls, Y. P. C. U., W. B. Gerrish. 

Claremont, Y. P. C. U., Harry H. Russell. 

Concord, Y. P. C. U., Miss Mabel C. Glover, 96 So. State St. 

Kingston, Y. P. C. U., Miss Nellie Marshall. 

Manchester, Y. P. McCrillis Union, Miss Lillian B. Steams, 118 
Brook St. 

Marlborough, Y. P. C. U., Miss Laurie Merriam. 

Nashua, Ballou Association, Sara F. Cummings, 25 South Cen- 
tral St. 

Plymouth, Y. P. C. U., Miss Lena Avery. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 65 

Portsmouth, Y. P. C. U. 

South Newmarket, Y. P. C. U. 

Westmoreland, Y. P. C. U., Mary L. Britton, East Putney, Vt 

New York. 

Alexander, Y. P. C. U., Miss Edith Greene, Ray, N. Y. 

Auburn, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Mary Snow, 10 Grover St. 

Bingbamton, Y. P. C. U , Herman Doughty. 

Bridgewater, Y. P. C. U., Miss Carrie Matteson. 

Bristol, Y. P. S. C. E , Miss Mary Andrews. 

Brooklyn, Church of Our Father, Y. P. C. U , Miss Alice H. 
Merritt. 

Buffalo, Church of Messiah, Y. P S. C. E , Miss Mary Padjion. 

Buffalo, Grace Church, Y. P. S. C. E. 

Canton, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Nora Atwood. 

Cicero, Y. P. C. U., Miss Anna B. Moulton. 

Clarendon, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Minnie Goodenough. 

Clifton Springs, Y. P. S. C. E., Francis W. Gillett. 

Friendship, Y. P. S. C. E. 

Geneva, Y. P. M. A. 

Hudson, Y. P. C. U., Miss Mabel Austen, 615 State St. 

Leroy, Y. P. S. C. E., Harry Wright. 

Little Falls, Y. P. C. U., Miss Mary Walworth. 

Lockport, Y. P C. U., Miss Josie Osgood, 140 Church St. 

Macedon, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Josie M. Jones. 

Newark, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Jennie Gordon, Arcadia, N. Y. 

Nunda, Y. P. C. U , Miss Mamie L. Smith. 

Oswego, Y. P. S. C. E., Mrs. W. E. Leavitt. 

Perry, Y. P. S. C. E., Mrs Hattie Tomlinson. 

Ridgeway, Y. P. S. C. E., W. J. Ive% Medina, N. Y. 

Rochester, 1st, Y. P. S. C. E , Miss W. A. Thompson, 1 Nichol St. 

Rochester, 2d, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Edith Milligan, 6 Seely 
Terrace. 

Sherman, Y. P. S. C. E , Herbert C. Corbitt. 

Syracuse, Y.P. S. C. E , Mrs. Frank Dawley, 212 Kellogg St. 

Troy, Y. P. S. C. E , W. H. Murray. 

Utica, 1st, Y. P. C. U., Miss Bessie M. Ballon, 16 Kemble St. 

Udea, 2d, Y. P. C. U. 



66 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Victor, Y. P. C. U., Miss Kate B. May. 

Watertown, Y. P. S. C. E., F. O Heath, 7^ Academy St. 

Webster, Y. P S. C. E., Miss Alice Richardson. 

Penksttlvania. 

Athens, Y. P. C. U., Miss Charlotte E. Gray. 

Brooklyn, Y. P. C. U , Miss Dell McKinncy. 

Hopbottom, Y. P. C. U., Mrs. Luther P, Bell. 

Linesville, Helping Hand Club, Miss Minnie Miller. 

Mansfield, Y. P. S. C. E , Miss Alice Campbell. 

Philadelphia, Ch. of the Messiah, Y. P. M. A.. Miss Sallie E. 
Wilson, 1604 Swayne St. 

Philadelphia, Ch. of the Restoration, Y. P. C. U., Miss Lillian 
E. Romig. 

Reading, Y. P. C. U., Miss Rebecca East, 84 Lemon St. 

Scranton, Y. P. C. U., Miss Ida E. Smith, 825 Monroe Ave. 

Sharpsville, Y. P. C. U., Miss Alice Ford. 

Vermont. 

Barre, Y. P. C. U., Miss Lucy Allen. 

Bellows Falls, Y. P. C. U., Miss Belle Whitman. 

Derby Line, Y. P. C. U., Miss Mary Foster. 

Hartland, Y. P. C. U. 

Northfield, Y. P. C. U., Miss Libbie Whitmarsb. 

Richmond, King^s Sons and Daughters of the Christian Union. 

Rutland, Y. P. C. U , Miss Mildred Fuller. 

Springfield, Y. P. C. U. 

St. Johnsbury, Y. P. C. U., Miss Mattie Jenness. 

Stowe. Y. P. C. U , Mary Straw. 



The following are from reports made by the pastors of the 
several churches. Some of them may be connected with 
State organizations, but of this we have no knowledge : — 

YOUNQ PEOPLE'S CHIBISTIAN UNION. 

Adams, North, Mass., Thomas Rose. . 

Brattleboro, Vt, Y. P. S. Religious Improvement, Miss Minnie 
A. Hoskins. 



UNIYERSALIST BEGISTEB. 67 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Cassie M. Palmer. 
Chesterfield, West, N. H., Miss Sallie A. Fair. 
Chicago, ni.. Woodlawn Park, Harold White, 1427 Sheridan 
Ave. 
Devon, Ind., 

Hammonton, N. J., Jennie Whitmore. 
Lincoln, Neb , Walter McFadden, 412 So. 9th St. 
Muncie, Ind , Edwin W. Ellis, M.D. 
Newark, N. J., Miss Starkweather, 26 Mulberry St 
Olcott, N. y., 

Omaha, Neb., Walter Victor. 
Owatonna, Minn., Alice E. Stowers. 
Washington, D. C, George Bushee, 108 I St , N. W. 
Woodsville, N. H., J. M. Sayers. 



Ohio. 

Akron, Grace Moon, 206 Carrol St 

Belville, 

Bel pre, Blanche Ames. 

Blanchester, May Clevenger. 

Brimfield, 

Bryan, 

Caledonia, 

Cincinnati, 

Cleveland, C. C. Mowler, 1115 St. Clair St 

Flint, B. M. Partridge, Pres. 

Frost, Miss Nieva Doan. 

Havana, 

Kent, Sarah Cross. 

Milford, E. Feldpausch. 

Mt. Carmel, Edna Lea. 

Mt Gilcad, 

Newtown, Sadie Durham. 

Peru, Miss Lei a Howe. 

Ravenna, Ella Pitkin. 

Westville, Clifton Knotts. 



68 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



YOXJITG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY OF CHBISTIAN 

ENDEAVOB. 

Corfu, N. Y., Edith Thayer. 
Cortland, N. Y., Miss Addie Wheaton. 
Fort Plain, N. Y , Miss Kittie Clover. 
Galesburg, III., R. E. Ohustead. 
Oakland, Cai., A. M. Bradley. 
Potsdam, N. Y., Florence M. White. 
Rutland, Vt., Miss Lulu Perry, Main St. 
Southold, N. Y., 
Sycamore, 111 , Everett Gould. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Arkansas City, Kan., Social Unity Club, Mrs. Hewit. 

Bethel, Vt., Young People^s Social Annex, Miss Alice Barrows. 

Branchport, N. Y., King^s Daughters, Miss Julia Richardson. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., All Souls Club, Miss Emma Rofter, 167 
Taylor St. 

Claremont, N. H., Murray Society, Miss Mary Bailey. 

Detroit, Mich., Young People's Guild, Miss Flora Parker, 604 
Grand Rfver Ave. 

East Jaffi'ey, N. H., Social Workers, Mrs. F. J. Lynch ; Little 
Women, Grace Heath. 

Glasgow, Scotland, Soul^ Literary Association, James Johnstone, 
17 Dover St. 

Grand Rapids, Mich., Fortnightly Club, Miss Cora J. Cady, 199 
N. Division St. 

Hinsdale, N. H., 

La Crosse, Wis., Earnest Builders, Mrs. Jennie Torrance, 736 
Cameron Ave. 

ftfilford, Ohio, Mission Band, Melissa Shumau. 

Morrison, 111., U. P. M. A., Alice Kirman. 

Newtown, Ohio, Mission Band, Harley Ayers. 

Nyack, N. Y., Unity Guild, Miss Alice C. Johnson. 

Olmsted, Ohio, Excelsior Society. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 69 

Oneonta, N. Y., Chapin Industrial Circle, Ethel Doolittle, 71 
Elm St. 

Providence, R. I., First Church, Literary and Social Union, Nora 
L Calef, 74 Almy St. 

Providence, R. I., Church of the Mediator, Y. P. M. A., Miss 
Anna L. Gunnison, .56 Grove St. 

Rochester, N. Y., Second Church, Young People's Society, Ida 
Watts, 21 Oak St 

Springfield, Vt, Y. P. Aid Society, Alice Wright. 

Stowe, Vt, Young People's Union, Mamie Neaven. 

Woonsocket, R. I., Mabel Aldrich. 



The foliowing-named preachers have received Ordination 
since the Register for 1891 went to press : — 

1890. 

Nov. 20. Charles H. Pdffer, at Stoughton, Mass. 

Nov. 21. Thomas E. Dotter, at Eldora, Iowa. 

Dec. 17. Albert Cotton Grier, at Charles City, Iowa. 



Henrt a. Abbott, at Richmond, Me. 

Elmer J. Felt, at Gardner, Mass. 

Walter Augustus Tuttle, at Manchester, N. H. 

Mi^s Irene Earll, at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Harold Marshall, at Beverly, Mass. 

Miss Henrietta G. Moore, at Columbus, Ohio. 

Luther Weston Atwood, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Harry Fay Fister, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Joseph Frank Hammond, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Wentworth Roscoe LiBBY,at Tufts College, Mass. 

Henry Reuben Rose, at Tufts College, Mass. 

William Shaw White, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Thomas Edward Potterton, at Alexander, N. Y* 

Charles Legal, at Victor, N. Y. 

Herbert Philbrook Morrell, at Ellisburg, N. Y. 

Willis Webster Gleason, at Dublin, Ind. 



1891 


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March 24. 


April 


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June 


2. 


June 


4. 


June 


5. 


June 


16. 


June 


16. 


June 


16. 


June 


16. 


June 


16. 


June 


16. 


July 


23. 


Sept. 


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Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



9. Herbert W. Carr, at Cortland, N. Y. 

11. Caleb Eugene Fisher, at Herkimer, N. Y. 

20. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Bruce, at Maplewood, Mass. 

28. Mrs. S. L. Crum, at Waterloo, Iowa 

23. John Edward Keyes, at Waterloo, Iowa. 

28. W. Franklin Smith, at Lapeer, Mich. 

30. Henry K. Riegel, at W^estfield, Pa. 

8. John Cook, at Le Roy, Ohio. 

15. Ulysses Sumner Milburn, at London, Ohio. 

27. George Henry Harris, at North Orange, Mass. 



DEDICATIOI9^ OF CHTJBGHES SINCE OCT. 26, 1890. 



1890. 



1891. 



Nov. 16 
Nov. 20. 
Nov. 20. 
Dec. 25. 
Jan. 15. 
Feb. 1. 
March 1. 
May 5. 
May 31. 
Jane 3. 
June 21. 
July 1. 
Aug. 19. 
Aug. 23. 
Sept. 2. 
Sept. 18. 
Sept. 20. 
Oct. 11. 
Oct. 11. 
Oct. 22. 



value 



Greeley, Iowa (rebuilt), wood 

Fairfield, Me., wood . 

Greenpoint, N. Y., wood 

Tokyo, Japan, wood . 

Gorhani, N. IL, wood . 

Ariosta, Ala., wood 

Ravenna, Ohio, stone and brick 

Maplewood, Mass. (chapel), wood 

Columbus, Ohio, brick 

Wilmington, Vt., wood 

Omaha, Neb., brick 

Oldtown, Me., wood . 

Guilford, Me., wood . . . 

Hamilton, Ohio, brick 

East Eddington, Me., wood 

La Crosse, Mo., wood 

Henderson Grove, Gerlaw, 111., wood " 

Cromwell, Ind., brick . 

Glasgow, Scotland, iron 

Wauponsee, 111., wood. 



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20,000 
5,000 
9,500 

16,500 
3,000 
1,600 
1,000 
2,500 
2,750 
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UKIVERSALIST REOISTER. 71 



[TIm educational Institotioiia herewith named are ander tlie patronage and control 
ofUniTeraalUta.] 

TUPTS COIiIiEGS. 

This college is located at Tafts College, Middlesex County, 
Mass. It was incorporated in 1852, and opened for students 
in 1855. 

Trustees op the Corporation. — PresiderU^ John D. W. 
Joy, Esq., Boston; Vice-President y Hon. Henry B. Metcalf, 
PawtQcket, R. I. ; Secretary ^ Thomas H. Armstrong, A.M., 
82 Devonshire St., Boston; Treasurer ^ Hon. Newton Tal- 
bot, 30 West St., Boston ; Alonzo A. Miner, D.D., LL.D., 
Boston; Lucius R. Paige, D.D., Cambridgeport ; Hon. 
Timothy T. Sawyer, Charlestown; Elmer H. Capen, D.D., 
Tufts College ; Charles G. Pope, A.M., Boston ; Charles S. 
Fobes, A.M., Portland, Me. ; Hon. Hosea M. Knowlton, 
New Bedford; Henry W. Rngg, D.D., Providence, R. I. ; 
J. Coleman Adams, D.D., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Hon. Charles 
Whitier, Rozbnry; Byron Groce, A.M., Roxbury ; Arthur 
£. Denison, Esq., Boston; Henry D. Williams, A.M., 
Boston ; Hon. Joseph Davis, Lynn ; Thomas G. Frothing- 
ham, Esq., Boston; William H. Finney, A.M., Boston; 
William O. Cornell, Esq., Providence, R. I. ; William B. 
Bement, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Hon. Hosea W. Parker, A.M., 
Claremont, N. H. ; Hon. William D. Washburn, Min- 
neapolis, Minn.; Walter E. Parker, Esq., Lawrence; W. 
W. Spaulding, A.M., Haverhill; David Cummings, Somer- 
ville; Fred S. Pearson, A.M., Boston. 

FacvUy, — E. H. Capen, D.D., President, and Professor 
of Moral Philosophy and Political Economy ; John P. 
Marshall, A.M., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy; 
Jerome Schneider, Ph.D., Professor of the Greek Language 
and Literature; H. A. Dearborn, A.M., Professor of the 
Latin Language and Literature; B. G. Brown, A.M., 
Walker Professor of Mathematics; W. R. Shipman, D.D., 
Professor of Rhetoric, Logic and English Literature ; A. E. 
Dolbear, Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Astronomy ; Wm. 



72 UNIVERSALIST BEGISTEB. 

L. Hooper, A.M., Professor of Electricity ; D. L. Maulsby, 
A.M., Professor of Oratory and English ; C. E. Fay, A.M., 
Professor of Modern Languages; C. D. Bray, C.E., A.M., 
Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering ; Arthur M. 
Comey, A.M., Professor of Chemistry; Frank E. Sanborn, 
S.B., Walker Special Instructor in Mathematics; Frank P. 
Graves, Instructor in Greek ; Frank W. Durfee, Director 
of Gymnasium and Instructor in Chemistry and Natural 
History ; Helen L. Mellen, Librarian ; W. F. Seidall, Assist- 
ant Librarian and tutor in French. 

Finances. — The aggregate assets of the college at the 
present time, including the buildings and one hundred and 
twenty acres of land, are not less than $1,500,000. 

Scholarships. — There are upwards of thirty scholarships 
of $100 each in the gift of the college. Additional assist- 
ance, in the form of gratuities, is rendered from time to 
time, as circumstances may require. 

In the collegiate department the course of instruction is 
similar to that of other first-class colleges. The course for 
those who enter for the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy 
extends through four years, and the course for those students 
who enter for the degree of Civil Engineer extends through 
three years. A part of the studies for the junior and senior 
class are elective. The location is elevated and healthy, 
retired and free from distraction, yet easily accessible, being 
four miles from Boston on the Boston and Lowell Railroad. 

Expenses, from $250 to $300 per year. College charges, 
$100. Board in club, at cost, about $3 per week. 

Calendar, — Commencement for 1892, June 16. First 
examination for admission, June 17 and 18. Second exami- 
nation, September 15 and 16. College year begins Septem- 
ber 18. Summer vacation includes thirteen weeks. 



THE DIVIHTITY SCHOOL OF TUPTS COLLEGE. 

Faculty, — E. H. Capen, D.D., President; T. J. Sawyer, 
D.D., Packard Professor of Christian Theology; C. H. 
Leonard, D.D., Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral 
Theology; W. G. Tousey, A.M., D.B., Professor of Psy- 
chology and Natural Theology; Rev. G. T. Knight, A.M., 



UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 73 

• 

D.B., Professor of Church History ; Rev. G. M. Harmon ^ 
A.M., D.B., Assistant Professor of Theology; Rev. A. 6. 
Curtis, Ph.D., Instructor in Hebrew and Old Testament 
Studies; D. L. Maulsby, A.M., Professor of Oratory; 
Henry I. Cushman, D.D., Rev. A. G. Rogers, Lecturers. 

Candidates must bring testimonials as to character, and 
avow their purpose to devote their lives to the Christian 
ministry. Bachelors of Arts are admitted without examina- 
tion. Other candidates are examined in Greek, and in the 
other branches usually taught in the best high schools and 
academies. The full collegiate course, as preliminary, is 
recommended to those who contemplate theological studies ; 
but, since the circumstances of many earnest and capable 
men forbid so extensive preparation, a four years' theologi- 
cal course has been provided. This course permits the 
introduction of branches not strictly professional, and yet 
of a fundamental character, and of the highest disciplinary 
value. It is the policy of the school to encourage the judi- 
cious use of the important facilities which the proximity of 
the college to an intellectual centre like Boston affords, — 
libraries, cabinets, lectures, the teachings and methods of the 
most noted preachers of New England. 

The degree of D.B. is conferred upon A.B.'s who take the 
full course of three years, and upon others who make equiva- 
lent attainments. To others taking the four years' course a 
suitable certificate is given. 

The necessary expenses will not exceed $200 a year. 
Tuition, room-rent, use of furniture, free. Students may 
add to their resources by preaching during the year and a 
half previous to graduation. The Universalist General Con- 
vention aids students by a system of loans. 



ST. LAWRBW^CE UinVBRSITY. 

This institution, located at Canton, N. Y., comprises two 
departments : The College of Letters and Science, and The 
Canton Theological School. These departments are inde- 
pendent in their faculties, funds and'government. 

1 . — The College of Letters and Science, comprising the 
usual four years' classical, a four years' scientific, and a four 



74 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

years' philosophical course. 2. -r- The Theological School, 
comprising a regular three years' course for diploma and a 
four years' or a post graduate course for degree. 

Board of Trustees. — Presidefit^ Hon. Edwin Atkins 
Merritt, Potsdam ; Secretary^ Nelson Lemuel Robinson, 
M.A., Canton; Treasurer, George Robinson, Esq., Canton; 
George Washington Montgomery, D.D., Rochester; John 
Stebbins Lee, D.D., Canton; Hon. Allen Eugene Kilby, 
A.M., LL.B., Carthage; Daniel William Baldwin, Esq., 
Watertown; Almon Gunnison, D.D., Worcester, Mass.; 
Isaac Morgan Atwood, D.D., Canton ; Hon. Charles Hazen 
Russell, Brooklyn; Asa Saxe, D.D., Rochester; Lyman 
Bickford, Esq., Macedon; Hon. Vasco Pickett Abbott, 
A.M., LL.B., Gouverneur; Hon. Charles Rufus Skinner, 
Albany; Foster M. Backus, A.M., LL.B., Brooklyn; Led- 
yard Park Hale, M.S., LL.B., Canton ; John Card Graves, 
M.A., Buffalo ; Rev. Alpheus Baker Hervey, Ph.D., Canton ; 
Richmond Fisk, D.D., Watertown; Hon. Halbert Stevens 
Greenleaf, Rochester; Hon. Daniel Magone, Ogdensburg; 
Rev. Daniel Ballou, Utica ; Linus S. Freeman, Middleport. 

Faculty. — Rev. Alpheus Baker Hervey, Ph.D., President, 
and Cummings Professor of Natural Science ; Absalom 
Graves Gaines, D.D., LL.D., Craig Professor of Intel- 
lectual and Moral Philosophy, and of Political Economy; 
Rev. James Henry Chapin, Ph.D., Professor of Geology 
and Mineralogy; Charles Kelsey Gaines, M. A., Secretary, 
and Professor of Greek and Instructor in English Literature ; 
Henri Hermann Liotard, M.A., Professor of the German 
and French Languages. Henry Priest, M.A., Dean and 
Hayward Professor of Mathematics. Clement Morelle Baker, 
M.A., Professor of Latin. 

Librarian, Prof. C. K. Gaines ; Associate Librarian, Prof. 
H. P. Forbes, D.D. ; Steward, W. W. Wheelock. 

Number of undergraduate students on the catalogue for 
1891-92, eighty-two. Young men and women are admitted 
to the institution on the same terms. The University con- 
fers no degrees on a course of study Qf less than four years. 
The courses are full, the instruction thorough, and the men- 
tal training practical and efficient. 

Calendar. — Second term begins Jan. 6, 1892. Tree-holi- 
day, April 23. Term examinations begin June 7 and end 



UNIVERSA.LI3T REGISTER. 75 

June 11. Commencement, June 17. First examination for 
admission, June 15 and 16. Second examination for admis- 
sion, September 15 and 16. First term of college begins 
Sept. 15, 1892. The number graduated in 1891 was four- 
teen. College fees, 845 per year. Board with the steward, 
$3.50 per week. Whole expense not to exceed $200 per year. 

2. The Canton Theological School. — FamiUy, — I. M. 
Atwood, D.D., President and Professor of Theology and 
Ethics ; J. S. Lee, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History 
and Biblical Archaeology; Rev. H. P. Forbes, M.A., Pro- 
fessor of Biblical Languages and Literature; Rev. Lewis 
Beals Fisher, Ryder Professor of Preaching and Pastoral 
Theology. Present number of students thirty-five. 

Courses of lectures on preaching and pastoral work are 
given each year by eminent clergymen, — Universalist and 
other. 

Applicants for admission must bring testimonials as to 
their moral and religious character ; must be possessed of a 
good English education, and must avow their fixed intention 
to devote their lives to the Christian ministry. The fall 
course of study requires three years ; college graduates can 
complete it in two. There is also a course arranged for four 
years, on the completion of which students will receive the 
degree of B.D. Students can enter for a shorter term, and 
will be entitled to a certificate stating their attainments. 

This is our oldest theological school, having been founded 
in 1856. It is now well endowed ; has an elegant and sub- 
stantial building for its exclusive use, and one of the best 
theological libraries in the country. German and French 
may be studied at Canton under the most favorable condi- 
tions. Students in the theological school are permitted to 
pursue any study in the college without charge. No charge 
is made for tuition or for the use of the library. Board in 
the institution, $3.50 a week ; in the village, $3.50. Students 
may obtain loans of the General Convention, when needed, 
to the extent of $150 to $180 a year. Gifts to needy and 
deserving students, in^ limited amounts, are made from the 
" Gage Fund" and the '* Lester Taylor Fund." 

Calendar, — First terra closes Jan. 20, 1892. Second 
term opens February 17. Commencement, June 15, 1892. 
Fall term begins Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1892. 



76 UNIYEKSALIST REGISTER. 



LOMBABD UinVBBSITY. 

This institution is located in Galesburg, 111. It offers to 
students three courses of study, of four years each. The 
degree of Bachelor of Arts is conferred upon students who 
complete the classical course, and that of Bachelor of Science 
upon the graduates of the scientific course. Those complet- 
ing the literary course receive the degree of Bachelor of Lit- 
erature. It has, also, a preparatory department, in which 
instruction is given in the studies required to fit students for 
a collegiate course. Students may enter any class for which 
they are prepared. Both sexes are admitted alike to all 
classes and courses of study. The University building is of 
brick, three stories high, and has spacious rooms for libra- 
ries, apparatus, recitations, etc. It has libraries of about 
five thousand volumes, an extensive mineralogical cabinet, 
including a rare collection of shells, a valuable philosophical 
and chemical apparatus, and a fund of about $194,000. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Nehemiah White, 
Ph.D., D.D., Galesburg; Secretary^ Hon. T. Judson Hale, 
Galesburg ; Treasurer^ Charles A. Webster, Esq., Galesburg ; 
Albert Webster, Esq., Galesburg ; Hon. O. B. Ayres, Knox- 
ville, Iowa ; Hon. Samuel Kerr, Chicago ; Hon. J. B. Marsh, 
Creston, Iowa; W. W. Washburn, Esq., Oakland, Cal. ; 
M. H. Harris, D.D., Chicago ; Rev. John Hughes, Litchfield ; 
Almon Kidder, Esq., Monmouth ; Hon. A. M. Brown, Gales- 
burg ; J. H. Swan, Esq , Chicago ; J. Coleman Adams, D.D., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Rev. R. N. John, Dublin, Ind. ; John 
Edwards, Esq., Chicago; Hamilton L. Karr, Esq., Osceola, 
Iowa ; J. N. Conger, Esq., Oneida; Prof. J. V. N. Standish, 
PhD,, Galesburg; George Tapper, Esq., Chicago; Hon. 
Howard Knowles, Galesburg; Luke W. Sanborn, Esq., 
Galesburg. 

1. Faculty of the College of Liberal Arts. — N. White, 
Ph.D. , D.D. , President, and Hall Professor of Intellectual and 
Moral Philosophy; John V. N. Standish, Ph.D., Professor 
of Mathematics and Astronomy ; Iss^c A. Parker, A.M., 
Williamson Professor of Greek Language and Literature, and 
Instructor in Latin ; Rev. J. Clarence Lee, A.M., Professor 
of Rhetoric and English Literature; Hein Lankheet, M.S., 
Professor of Mathematics; F. W. Rich, B.S., Conger Pro- 



UlTIVERSALIST REGISTER. 77 

fessor of Natural Science ; John W. Grub, M.S., Adjunct 
Professor of Mathematics ; Miss Belie Blood, Teacher in the 
Art Department; Miss Eleanor Gertrude Stephens, O.M., 
Teacher of Instrumental Music ; Rev. Augusta J. Chapin, 
P.M., Non-Hesident Lecturer on English Literature ; Miss 
E. G. Stephens, O.M., Instructor in Elocution. 

Board, from $3 to $4 per week. Tuition, from $3.75 to 
$8.25 per term of ten weeks. Ornamental branches extra. 
Number of students for the year ending June, 1891, 149, of 
whom 66 were in the collegiate depaitment, 39 in the pre- 
paratory, and 18 in the divinity school. 

Calendar. — Second term begins Jan. 4, 1892. Third 
term begins Thursday, April 7, 1892. Commencement, 
Wednesday, June 15, 1892. 

2. FacuUy of the Ryder Divinity School. — N. White, 
Ph.D., D.D., Professor of Biblical Languages and Exegesis ; 
John V. N. Standish, Ph.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy 
and Natural Theology; Isaac A. Parker, A.M., Professor 
of Greek; Rev. J. Clarence Lee, A.M., Professor of Homi- 
letics and of Biblical Interpretation ; Eleanor Gertrude 
Stephens, O.M., Instructor in Elocution. 

Persons well recommended, who have resolved to devote 
themselves to the ministry, are admitted on examination, 
and may pursue a course of study embracing one, two, three 
or four years, according to their ability or need. 

Students completing one of the partial courses will receive 
a certificate of actual attainments in the studies pursued. 
Those completing the full course will receive the degree of 
B.D. 

All departments of the University are open to the students 
of theology without charge. The only expense is for board 
and books, which may be so reduced by beneficiary funds as 
to place the advantages o^^the theological school within the 
reach of all who desire them. 

The calendar of divinity of the school corresponds with 
that of other departments of the University. 



BUCHTEL COLLEGE. 

This institution is situated in the city of Akron, Summit 
County, Ohio. It was founded by the Universalist State 



78 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Convention of Ohio, and was named in honor of John R. 
Buchtel, its most liberal benefactor. It was opened to stu^ 
dents of both sexes Sept. 11 , 1872. 

Board op Trustees. — President ^ Hon. John R. Buchtel, 
Akron ; Secretary^ C. R. Olin, Akron ; TVeasurery Joy H. 
Pendleton, Akron; Judge £dwin P. Green, Akron; Col. 
George T. Perkins, Akron ; Albert B. Tinker, Akron ; Jonas 
J. Pierce, Sharpsville, Pa. ; Hon. Sanford M. Barnham, 
Akron ; William H. Slade, Columbus ; Arthur A.' Stearns, 
A.M., Cleveland ; Judge Newall D. Tibbals, Akron ; Ferdi- 
nand Schumacher, Akron ; Rev. Andrew Wilson, Ravenna ; 
Joseph Hidy, Jr., Ph.B., Washington, C. H. ; Judge A. C. 
Voris, Akron ; Rev. J. F. Rice, Coe Ridge ; J. F. Eddy, Bay 
City, Mich. ; George W. Crouse, Akron ; D. A. Doyle, Akron. 

There are three four years' courses of study — the classical, 
the philosophical and the scientific. There is also a prepara- 
tory course for each of these. courses. 

Faculty. — O. Cone, D.D., President, Messenger Professor 
of Mental and Moral Philosophy; Charles M. Knight, A.M., 
Buchtel Professor of Physics and Chemistry ; Carl F. Kolbe, 
A.M., Hilton Professor of Modem Languages ; Rev. William 
D. Shipman, A.M., Professor of the Greek Language and 
Literature ; Charles C. Bates, A.B., Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature; Edward W. Claypole, B.A., D. 
Sc. (London), F. G. S., Professor of Natural Science ; H. V. 
Egbert, A.B., Ainsworth Professor of Mathematics; W. A. 
Van Orman, B.S., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics ; Mary 
B. Jewett, A.B., Pierce Professor of Rhetoric and English 
Literature ; Judge C. R. Grant, Instructor in Law ; Jennie 
Gifford, A.M., Principal of Preparatory Department and 
Teacher of Science and School Management; Martha A. 
Bortle, Teacher of English and Rhetorical Work ; Mary £. 
Stockman, Instructor in English and Latin ; Dora £. Merrill, 
Instructor in Normal Studies; Edwin L. Findley, A.B., 
Instructor in Latin and Greek; Mattie Firey, Director 
of Department of Music, and Teacher of Piano, Organ and 
Theory ; Madam Von Feilitzsch, Teacher of Voice Culture ; 
Gustave Sigel, Teacher of Violin, Cello and Zither ; Winnie 
Fuller, Teacher of Painting and Drawing ; L. A. Butterfield, 
Ph.D., Instructor in Elocution. 

Expennes, — The necessary yearly expenses of students 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 19 

range from $150 to $200. Board in dubs, at cost, $2 a 
week. 

There are fifty perpetual scholarships, each of $60. The 
scholarship endowments are each of $1,000. 

Calendar. — Commencement for 1892, June 23. College 
year begins September 13. 



THKOOP UNIVERSITY. 

This institution, located atPasadena,Calif ornia, was founded 
by the Hon. A. G. Throop, whose name it bears. Trustees. — 
A. G. Throop, P. M. Green, J. W. Scoville, E. L. Conger, 
D.D., Enos Knight, W. L. Hardison, C. H. Eeyes, J. H. 
Tnttle, D.D., Jeanne C. Carr, Louise T. W. Conger, J. D. 
Yocum, E. E. Spalding, W. E. Arthur, Charles F. Holden, 
Greorge H. Deere, D.D. 

A building with over fifty rooms, and well appointed for the 
purpose, has been secured. The University will give a full 
classical course, a scientific course, a course in manual train- 
ing, in practical branches that fit for business, and in music 
and the fine arts. It is expected that it will open Nov. 1, 
1891. 

CLINTON LIBEBAIi INSTITUTE. 

This institution, founded at Clinton< N. Y., in 1831, was 
moved to Fort Plain, N. Y., in 1879, and came into the 
possession of the buildings and grounds formerly known as 
the Fort Plain Seminary and Collegiate Institute. The 
present buildings are practically new, and fitted with all 
modern conveniences. They are warmed by steam and 
lighted by gas, and afford excellent accommodations for 150^ 
boarding pupils. The Institute spares its lady pupils the 
necessity of climbing stairs ; a hydraulic elevator for their 
exclusive use was provided in August, 1888, at an expense 
of nearly $2,500. 

Competent judges have pronounced the buildings the finest 
of their kind in the State. Recent improvements include the 
new Porter business college room, fitted up at an expense of 
$1,000; the introduction of entirely new plumbing, costing 



80 UXIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

over $1,200, and connection with the village water works, 
by which an unfailing supply of pure water is insured. The 
business college has a complete equipment of desks, offices, 
etc. The boys' gymnasium, erected eight years ago, is a 
two-story brick structure, 76x40 feet. Besides having four 
bowling-alleys, it is well supplied with the usual apparatus. 
It has proved valuable in many ways. The ladies' gymna- 
sium is a room 56 feet long, opening from the chapel. The 
young ladies have daily calisthenics, under the supervision 
of Miss Blanche Sargent. The Institute is an admirably 
equipped school for young men and women. It aims to fur- 
nish advantages of the highest order at the least cost to 
students. All the departments of academic training, as of 
the Classics, Sciences and Mathematics, are in the charge of 
instructors whose training and experience, as well as ability, 
qualify them for their work. 

In the department of Modern Languages students may 
acquire a speaking mastery of German, French and Italian. 
Piano music is in the charge of Prof. Carl Bodell, a graduate, 
class of 1870, of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Stock- 
holm, Sweden. His sister. Miss Hanna Bodell, whose train- 
ing has been conducted by eminent European masters, came 
to this country to accept the position of piano assistant and 
teacher of pipe organ, and entered upon her duties Septem- 
ber, 1890. Miss Nellie Hill Otis is at the head of the Vocal 
School. The number of pupils studying music at the Insti- 
tute last year was eighty-two. The course in Elocution is 
unreservedly recommended to those who desire to make a 
specialty of this branch. The Art department is admirably 
equipped with casts, copies, etc. ; the instruction is thorough. 
The studio consists of a suite of four rooms. The course in 
the Porter School of Business Training is one of the best of 
the kind offered anywhere. Common English receives par- 
ticular attention. Students are prepared for any College. 
Excellent courses in Literature, Rhetoric and History. 
Working Laboratory for students in Chemistry and Physics. 

Besides a preparatory year in common English, the school 
provides nine regular courses, viz. : The collegiate, four 
years ; the academic, three years ; the college preparatory, 
three years ; the literary and musical, three years ; the busi- 
ness, length six months at least ; piano« three years ; vocal, 



DKIVERSALIST REGISTER. 81 

three years ; art, three years, elocution, two years. These 
will be found outlined in the school catalogue. 

Expenses, for board, tuition, church sitting, furnished 
room and washing, from $210 to $220 per year. Reduced 
rates to children of clergymen. 

The School is located in one of the most delightful aud 
healthful portions of the Mohawk Valley, about midway 
between Albany and Utica, on the New York Central and 
West Shore Railroads. Twelve passenger trains from the 
West and twelve from the East stop at Fort Plain daily. 

Students under thirteen years of age are not admitted. 

Board op Trustees. — President^ Amasa H. Martin, 
North Bloomfield; Secretary^ Rev. Daniel Ballou, Utica; 
Charles Benedict, Little Falls; Henry C. Lyman, M.D., 
Sherburne ; D. D. Youmans, New York ; John Finehout, 
Canajoharie ; Edwin W. Wood, Fort Plain ; Reuben Elwood, 
Fort Plain ; Lester M. Weller, Fort Plain ; Asa Saxe, D.D., 
Rochester ; W. I. Scott, Bridge water ; Rev. A. B. Hervey, 
Ph.D., Canton. 

Faculty. — Charles V. Parsell, A.M., President; Anna C. 
Marston, lAxdy Principal. Sixteen competent instructors 
are employed in the various departments appertaining to a 
first-class academic institution. 

The value of the buildings, grounds and equipment is at 
least $125,000. The other property consists of the general 
endowment of $25,000 and the John Westover Scholarship 
Fund of $10,000. The income of the Scholarship Fund is 
used (1) for the benefit of students fitting for the Theo- 
logical School at Canton, N. Y., and pursuing college 
preparatory studies ; and (2) for the benefit of students of 
limited means who are not preparing for the ministry, but 
whose parents are Universalists. 

Catalogues, with full information, can be had on applica- 
tion to the President, Fort Plain, N. Y. 



GBEEN MOUNTAIN PERKINS ACADEMY. 

This school is situated in the pleasant and quiet village of 
South Woodstock, Vt. , seven miles west of Hartland (Cen- 



82 » UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

tral Vermont Railroad) and five miles south of Woodstock 
(Woodstock Railroad from White River Junction) , connected 
with the latter place by stage. 

It was incorporated in 1848, and has since been in success- 
ful operation, graduating meanwhile many men whose names 
stand high on the roll of honor of the Universalist denomi- 
nation. 

The school is open to both seses, and offers three com- 
plete courses of study : English, three years ; classical, three 
years ; and ladies* collegiate, four years. The English 
course fits young gentlemen and ladies for business or the 
requirements of home life ; the classical course is sufficient 
for admission to any College in the country; while the 
ladies' collegiate course offera every advantage to those 
desirous of pursuing an extended study of Latin, German, 
French and higher English. Special courses can be taken 
if desired. Excellent advantages are offered for the study 
of Music, Elocution, Drawing and Penmanship. Composi- 
tions, Declamations, Reading and Spelling are required in 
each course. All the members of the school receive daily 
instruction in Light Gymnastics, and the young ladies in 
Etiquette. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Rev. J. F. Simmons, 
Woodstock ; Vice President^ I. T. Fuller ton. South Wood- 
stock ; Treasurer^ L. C. Kendall, South Woodstock ; Secre- 
tary^ J. H. Hoadley, South Woodstock ; W. R. Shipman, 
D.D. ; Hosea V. French, E. H. Atwood, Sanford Wilder, 
R M. Slayton, Gilbert A. Da%is, F. O. Kendall, L. P. 
Eaton, L. J. ISIerrill, Ralph Jaquith, F. P. Fletcher, H. W. 
Walker, E. H. Slayton, H. F. Dunham, E. C. Billings, 
H. M. Jaquith, D. A. Gifford, J. K. Hoadley, L. J. Slay- 
ton, H. N. Bruce, N. P. Wood, L. H. Morgan, Paul C. 
Kendall, R. H. Kingsley. 

Principal y Mr. F. B. Van Orman ; AssistantyMiss Janet 
B. Harding. 

Terms. — Tuition, $6.00 per term ; the^ only extras being 
Music, Drawing, Penmanship, French and German. Board, 
including fuel, lights and washing, S3. 00 per week ; excel- 
lent opportunities for self-boarding. 



UNIYERSALIST BEGISTEK. • 83 



DEAN ACADEMY. 

This is a first-class Boarding and Day School for both 
sexes. It is sitaated in Franklin, Norfolk County, Mass., 
twenty-seven miles from Boston, on the line of the New 
York and New England Railroad, and directly in communi- 
cation with all parts of the country. 

The Academy, which was incorporated in 1865, and which 
derives its name from the late Dr. Oliver Dean of Franklin, 
owns a magnificent school edifice, with various out-buildings, 
yalued at $240,000. The building is lighted with gas and 
heated by steam. It has every modern improvement and 
convenience for the comfort of the pupils. It has also an 
endowment fund which lessens the cost of instruction. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ Hon. Latimer W. Ballou, 
LL.D., Woonsocket, R. I. ; Vice President^ Albert Dick- 
erman, A.M., Boston ; Treastirer, Charles J. McKenzie, 
Franklin ; Secretary^ II. I. Cushman, D.D., Providence, R. 
I. ; Augustus Harrington, Peabody ; A. J. Patterson, D.D., 
Roxbury; Hon. Joseph G. Ray, Franklin ; Hon. Josiah G. 
Peabody, Lowell; E. H. Capen, D.D., President Tufts 
College ; Rev. A. G. Rogers, Salem ; Charles Whittier, Rox- 
bury; David Cummings, Boston; Rev. George Hill, Nor- 
wood ; Benjamin B. Whittemore, Boston ; Rev. Charles 
Follen Lee, A.M., Charlestown ; Almon Gunnison, D.D., 
Worcester, Rev. William M. Thayer, Franklin ; Lyman 
Darling, Pawtucket, R. I.; A. A. Miner, D.D., Boston; 
Rev. Charles J. White, Woonsocket, R. I. ; Joseph Merriam, 
Framingham ; Rev. W. F. Potter, South Framingham ; E. 
I. Comins, Worcester ; Hon. Olney Arnold, Pawtucket, R. 
I. ; S. E. Woodbridge, North Cambridge. 

Board of Instruction. — Lester L. Burrington, A.M., 
Principal, Chase Professor of Latin and Greek ; Howard R. 
Burrington, A.M., Associate Principal, Goddard Professor 
of Mathematics and Latin; H.W. Whittemore, A.M., Pro- 
fessor of Science ; Mrs. Eva A. Southwick, Teacher of Elo- 
cution ; Miss Sarah A. Hamlin, Preceptress, Teacher of 
Literature and History ; Cora F. Adams, Teacher of Latin 
and English ; Marie Reiiter Gallison, Teacher of French and 
German ; Mae E. Wilcox, Assistant Teacher in Literature 
and History; James M. Tracy, Professor of Instrumental 



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84 • UN1VEU8ALIST REGISTER. 

Music ; Mrs. Minnie Little, Teacher of Vocal Music ; H. H. 
Gallison, Teacher of Drawing and Painting. 

The courses of study are : English, of three years ; aca- 
demic, of four years ; college preparatory, of four years. A 
preparatory course of one year is arranged for those not fitted 
to enter one of the regular courses. Special attention is 
given to fitting students for College. 

Terms, including all expenses of board, lights, heat, 
instruction, etc., but exclusive of ornamental branches and 
washing, per year, $200, divided as follows: First and 
second terms, $70 each; third term, $60. Ornamental 
branches. Drawing, Painting and Music, extra, but reason- 
able. 

Calendar, — Winter term begins Tuesday, Deo. 8, 1891. 
Spring term begins Tuesday, March 16, 1892. Founder's 
Day, February 18. Graduating exercises, Thursday, June 
10, 1892. 

GODDABD SEMINARY. 

The seminary is situated at Barre, Vt., six miles from 
Montpelier, and is easy of access by rail from points within 
the State or at a distance. 

Four courses of studies are offered. The academic course 
includes a knowledge of the ordinary English branches and 
the sciences, with at least two years spent on languages. By 
omitting the languages, an English course is formed similar 
to the ordinary course in schools of this grade. The college 
preparatory course fits the student for any college, while 
including some useful studies not required for admission. 
The collegiate course is designed for such students as do not 
purpose attending College, but desire the best education a 
secondary school can give them. There is opportunity in 
this course, therefore, for studying the ancient and modern 
languages, mathematics, science, English literature, rhetoric 
and history. 

Each of the courses occupies four years, and a diploma is 
given at the completion of any one of them. 

Both sexes are admitted. The atmosphere of the school 
is made as home-like as possible, while suitable restraints 
are imposed. A multiplicity of rulefl is avoided, however. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 85 

much being left to each student's honor and sense of pro- 
priety. 

The department of instnimental music is well conducted 
and the method of daily lessons results in assured progress. 
The reputation of this department is very high. Diplomas 
will be given to students satisfactorily completing the course 
in Music. 

Vocal music is also taught by a teacher of reputation and 
experience. Her work gives general satisfaction. 

The school is supplied with anatomical models, charts, 
globes, microscope, a cabinet of minerals, apparatus for 
chemistry and natural philosophy, and a library of seventeen 
hundred volumes. 

A new gymnasium erected and equipped by the alumni and 
friends, gives ample opportunity for physical development. 
Care will be taken to have proper physical examination, and 
exercise will be in charge of competent instructors. 

Fund. — The permanent fund amounts to about $23,000^ 
and will be materially increased by the bequest of the late 
Mrs. Almira Smith of Barre. 

Expenses, — Board, S3. 50 per week, including room-rent, 
steam heat, light and washing. The charge for tuition aver- 
ages about $9 per term. Ten free scholarships pay the tui- 
tion of those pupils meeting the requirements. 

Board of Trustees. — President^ W. R. Shipman, D.D., 
Tufts College, Mass. ; Secretainj^ George W. Tilden, Barre; 
Rev. S. A. Parker, Bethel ; L. F. Aldrich, Barre ; Charles 
Templeton, Barre; Hon. R. S. Taft, Williston ; J. M. 
Haynes, St. Albans ; Hon. A. T. Foster, Derby Line ; Hon. 
Clark King, Montpelier; Ira C. Calef, Washington; S. F. 
Frary, Strafford ; Miles Morrison, Barre ; Rev. J. E. Wright, 
Montpelier ; A. J. Hollister, North Montpelier ; E. J. Whit- 
comb, Ludlow ; C. H, Eaton, D.D., New York, N. Y. ; George 
W. Berry, Boston, Mass. ; B. W. Braley,M.D., Barre ; Wm. 
Farwell, Barre ; B. P. White, East Calais ; Rev. E. Smiley, 
Richmond ; Rev. Geo. S. Guernsey, Rochester; Edson Farn- 
ham, Shoreham ; Geo. E. Hollister, Marshfield ; Hon. W. S. 
Martin, Plainfield ; S. O. Wells, Barre ; E. B. Kimball, Bur- 
lington ; Albert Johonnot, Montpelier ; Arthur W. Peirce, 
Barre ; Tracy L. Jeffords, Washington, D. C. 

Board of Teachers, — Arthur W. Peirce, A.B., Principal, 



86 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

and Teacher of Latin and English Literature ; O. K. Hollister, 
A.M., Teacher of French and Science; H. Austin Tuttle, 
A.B., Teacher of Greek and German; Owen H. Smith, 
Teacher of English Branches ; Miss Clara Hawthorne, Pre- 
ceptress, and Teacher of History and Mathematics; Miss 
Flora M. Smith, Teacher of English Branches ; Miss M. E. 
Calef , Teacher of Painting and Drawing ; Miss Estelle Van 
Deusen, Teacher of Vocal Music and Elocution ; J. M. Kent, 
Teacher of Penmanship. 

Calendar. — The school year has forty weeks. Winter 
term begins Tuesday, December 8 ; closes Monday, March 
7, 1892. Spring term begins Wednesday, March 16 ; closes 
Wednesday, June 22. Fall term begins August 23. 

Catalogues, and other information, may be had by address- 
ing the Principal at Bar re. 



WESTBROOK SEMINARY AND FEMALE COLLEGE. 

This is a boarding and day school for both sexes, chartered 
as Westbrook Seminary in 1831, and opened for instruction 
in 1834. It is very easy of access, situated in Deering, Me., 
two and one-half miles from Portland. 

The buildings are Goddard Hall for gentlemen, Hersey 
Hall for ladies, a dining-hall connecting the two, the Semi- 
nary building and a chapel. Extensive repairs have been 
made in Goddard Hall, through the generosity of Mrs. God- 
dard. Five thousand dollars have been expended, and the 
Hall is supplied with all modern improvements. It is also 
newly furnished with ash and oak sets. The Universalist 
Church is ou the seminary grounds. 

The boarding and dining-halls are heated by steam and 
have other conveniences, and accommodations for one 
hundred boarders. The Seminary building contains a gen- 
eral school-room, recitation-rooms, laboratory, and a cabinet 
of minerals and curiosities. The library is in Hersey Hall. 

The institution offers five courses of study: a common 
English course for one year, a higher English for three years^ 
the college preparatory, the scientific and the ladies* classical 
course, each of four years. Diplomas are given to those 
completing any of the highei; courses, and degrees are con- 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 87 

ferred by State authority on ladies who complete either the 
scientific or ladies* classical course. Special attention is 
given to preparing students for college. 

Expenses. — Board, including fuel and lights, 83 per week. 
Tuition, $9.50 per term of fourteen weeks. The regular 
school expenses, not including ornamental branches and 
modem languages, for the full school year, vary from Si 55 
to $170. 

Officers of the CoRroRATiox. — Hon. Henry Lord, 
President; Alfred AVoodm an, Esq., Vice-President; Charles 
S. Fobes, Treasurer; Hon. Augustus H. Moul ton, iSecre^arv; 
Alfred Woodman, Auditor; William R. French, D.D., 
Corresponding Secretary, 

Trustees. — Menitt B. Coolidge, A.M.', Deering ; Hon. 
Jesse Davis, Lisbon ; Henry R. Virgin, A.M , Portland ; 
Nathaniel K. Sawyer, Esq., Deering; William R. French, 
D.D., Turner Centre; Hon. Sidney Perham, Paris; Charles 
S. Fobes, A.M., Portland; Alfred Woodman, Esq., Port- 
land; Edwin M. Fuller. M.D., Bath; Rufus Dunham, Esq., 
Deering; Hon. Ara Cushman, Auburn; Henry Blanchard, 
D.D., Portland;, Hon. Henry Lord, Bangor; Mrs. Geoi^e 
W« Martin, Hallowell ; Hon. Fabius M. Ray, Saccarappa; 
Mrs. C. A. Quimby, Augusta ; Hon. Augustus F. Moulton, 
Portland ; Jacob S. Winslow, Portland ; Hon. Joh'n P. Swasy, 
Canton ; Hon. M. P. Frank, Portland ; O. F. Safford, D.D., 
Deering. 

Board of Instniction and Govemmeyd, — A. B. Allen, A. 
M., Acting President, and Teacher of ^Mental and Moral Phi- 
losophy and Greek Language; Henry B. StoTie, Ph.B., 
Teacher of Natural Sciences and Higher Mathematics ; Miss 
D. N. Morton, L.A., Preceptress, and Teacher of French, 
German and Rhetoric; Miss Annie Nichols, L.A., Teacher 
of Botany and Greek; Miss Rose Bennet, L.A., Teacher of 
Latin and Mathematics; Mrs. A. B. Allen, M.M., Teacher 
of Instrumental and Vocal Music, Painting and Drawing ; 
Miss Helen L. Coe, Teacher of Elocution ; Edward Dearing, 
Teacher of Penmanship. 

Terms and Calendar for 1891-92, — The academic year 
is divided into three terms : Two of fourteen and one of 
ten weeks. First (Fall) term, 1891, begins Tuesday, Sept. 
I ; ends Friday, December 4. Second (Winter) term, 



88 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

begins Tuesday, December 29 ; ends Friday, March 4, 1892. 
Third (Spring) term, begins Tuesday, March 15, ends 
Friday, June 17. Examinations, Monday, Tuesday and 
Wednesday, June 13, 14 and 15. Commencement, June 
16, 1892. Fall term, 1892, begins Tuesday, Sept. 6, 



PERIODICALS. 

1. The Christian Leader, a quarto of eight pages, is 
published every Thursday at Boston, Mass., by the Univer- 
salist Publishing House, at $2.50 a year, in advance. G. H. 
Emerson, D.D., editor; I. M. Atwood, D.D., A. Gunnison, 
D.D., J. Coleman Adams, D.D., O. F. Safford, D.D., Rev. 
L. C. Browne and Mrs J. L. Patterson, contributing editors. 

2. The Gospel Banner, a quarto of eight pages, now 
in its fifty-seventh volume, is published every Thursday at 
Augusta, Me., by the B. A. Mead Company, at $2 a year, 
in advance. Rev. I. J. Mead, editor. 

3. The Universalist, a quarto of eight pages, is pub- 
lished every Saturday, at 82.50 a year, in advance, by the 
Universalist Publishing House, Western Branch, 69 Dear- 
born Street, Rooms 40 and 41, Chicago, 111. J. S. Cant- 
well, D.D., editor. 

4. The Universalist Herald, folio, 24 by 36 inches, is 
published once in two weeks, at $1.50 a year, in advance, 
by Rev. John C. Burruss, at Notasulga, Ala. 

5. The Myrtle, an illustrated Sunday-school paper, is 
published weekly by the Universalist Publishing House, Bos- 
ton, Mass., at 75 cents a year, in advance. Ten or more 
copies are sent to one address at 50 cents each, postage paid. 

6. The Sunday-school Helper, monthly, of 32 pages, 
octavo, devoted to Sabbath-school teaching, is published by 
the Universalist Publishing House at $1.50 a year, including 
six Lesson Sheets. Without the Lesson Sheets, $1 per year. 
Extra Lesson Sheets, each 12 cents per year. Primary Les- 
son Papers, each 12 cents per year. Each number contains 
lessons for every Sunday in the month ^f its date. O. F. 
SafFord, D.D., editor ; Mrs. Olive Pond Amies, conductor of 
primary department. 

7. Makford's Magazine, monthly, octavo, 64 pages, is 



UNIVEESALIST REGISTER. 89 

edited and published by Rev. T. H. Tabor, Chicago, 111. 
Price, Si. 50 per year. 

8. The Universalist Union, folio, monthly, is published 
in the interest of the Universalist Young People's Societies, 
at Tufts College, Mass. James D. Tillinghast, editor, Mrs. 
M. R. Smith and Miss N. Jenison, associate editor^. Terms, 
50 cents per year ; clubs (twenty or more) , 35 cents each. 

9. The Universalist Monthly, quarto, 16 pages. W. S. 
Crowe, D.D., editor, is published at Room 90, Globe Build- 
ing, Newark, N. J. Terms, $1 per year. 

10. The Universalist Register, a statistical year-book 
of the Universalist Church, is issued annually by the Univer- 
salist Publishing House. 12 rao., with paper covers. By 
mail, postage paid, 25 cents. A liberal discount by the 
quantity. Richard Eddy, D.D., editor. 



90 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



STATISTICAL RECAPITULATION. 





1 

• 


• 

1 


• 

s 

us 

a 

1 6 

1 


• 

■ 
6 


1 

IS 

9 
03 


1 

Members. 


Church 
Edifices. 


Charch 
Property. 

1 


Alabama, . 


! I, 


104 


1 

! 10 


1 406 


8 


113 


6 


$4,400 


Arkansaa, . 


1 


— 




— 


• 


— 


• 




California, . 


7 


863 


7 


399 


7 


485 


7 


66,750 


Canada, Ontario, 


6 


150 


6 


181 


8 


90 


6 


10.100 


Canada, Qaebec, 


7 


180 


5 


322 


3 


165 


8 


132.000 


Colorado, . 


! 2 


50 


1 


65 


2 


70 


^ 


— 


Connecticut, 
District of Colninbia, 


i 18 


1,316 


15 


1,379 


15 


1,018 


17 


808.300 


1 


80 


1 


1 186 


1 


80 


1 


45,000 


Florida, 


4 


26 


4 


1 66 


— 


. 


1 


1,500 


Oeorgia, 


18 


200 


17 


495 


2 


122 


14 


4,700 


Idaho, . . . . 


1 


- 


1 


23 


1 


10 


1 


2.600 


Illinois, 


67 


2,725 


48 


1 3,509 


45 


3,820 


61 


627,9«> 


Indiana, 


62 


1.059 


52 


, 2,318 


18 


1.178 


46 


162.816 


Iowa, . . . . 


24 


715 


20 


1 849 


19 


1,163 


19 


111,000 ' 


Kansas. 


19 


465 


12 


1 663 


8 


499 


5 


22,350 


Kentucky, . 


1 17 


220 


11 


302 


1 


50 


9 


9.300 


Maine, 


1 98 


6,064 


45 


2,032 


78 


6,763 


88 


683,680 


Maryland, . 


2 


88 


1 


310 


1 


106 


2 


31,000 


Maaaachnsetts, . 


' 121 


9,282 


100 


6,631 


108 


16,084 


112 


2,067,090 


Mlchifi^n, . 


1 30 


1,561 


22 


1,310 


23 


1,495 


24 


228,000 


Minnesota, . 


14 


1,216 


12 


1,074 


11 


1,104 


10 


192,000 


Mississippi, 
Missonn, . 


! 3 


19 


8 


120 


2 1 


70 


2 


800 


1 18 


286 


15 


583 


2 1 


110 


5 


6,820 


Nebraaka, . 


6 


177 


5 


148 


4 ! 


265 


4 


40,600 


New Hampshire, 


34 


1,952 


22 


1,083 


27 


1,849 


29 


217,800 


New Jersey, 


7 


41S 


6 


410 


6 


668 


6 


138,800 


New York, . 


154 


6.863 1 


120 


7,230 


114 


8,771 


139 


1,879,535 


North Carolina, . 


3 


140 


i 3 


260 


1 1 


25 


3 


1,200 


North Dakota, . 


1 


18 


1 


21 


1 , 


_ 


— 


— 


Ohio, . . . . 


91 


2,913 


82 


4,889 


67 ( 


4,146 


80 


341,710 


Oregon, 


2 


10 


1 


20 


- 


-. 


2 


1,800 


Pennsylvania, . 


47 


1,532 


41 


2.273 


27 


2,057 


36 


444,700 


Rhode Island, . 


11 


950 


9 


1,065 


10 1 


1,660 


11 


809,200 


South Carolina, . 


3 


49 


2 


105 


2 , 


55 


2 


1,200 


South Dakota, . 


2 


- 


1 


22 


1 


— 


— 


-. 


Tennessee, . 


2 


20 


1 


20 


. 


- 


. 


750 


Texas 


15 


143 


15 


880 


6 t 


118 


1 


4,500 


Vermont, . 


67 


2,547 


34 


1,611 


48, 


8,120 


5b 


804.600 


Virginia, . 


1 


18 


1 


22 


1 


29 


1 


6.000 , 


West Virginia, . 


2 


28 1 


2 


61 


1 


48 


1 


1,200 


Wisconsin, . 


19 


767 


14 


529 


13 1 


853 


17 


100.920 


Scotland, . 


2 


40 


1 


160 


1 I 


40 


2 


8,000 


Japan,. 


- 


~ 1 


1 
770 


l^ 


1 

682 ^ 


20 


1 


3,000 


Totals, . . 43 


1,038 


43,648 1 


43,502 1 


58,158 , 


818 


$8,806,391 



UT^rVERSALIST REGISTER. 



91 



TABULAR VIEW OF SCHOOLS AXD COLLEGES. 




Tnfta College, 



The Divinity School of Tufi» 
College, . . . . 

St. Lawrence UniTersity, . 

The Canton Theological 
School, .... 

Lombard University, . 

The Ryder Divinity School, 

Bnchtel College, . 

Throop University, 

Clinton Liberal Institute, . 

Green Mountain Perkins 
Academy, . 

Dean Academy, . 

Goddard Seminary, 



Westbrook Seminary 
Female College, 

Totals, . 



and 
13 



Tufts College, Mass., 



Tufts College, Mass., 
Canton, N. Y, . 

Canton, N. Y., . 

, Galesburg, 111., 

' Galesburg, 111., 

Akron, Ohio, . 
I 
^ Pasadena, Cal., 

' Fort Plain, N.Y., . 

So. Woodstock, Vt., 
I Franklin, Mass., 
Barre, Vt., 

[ DeeriDg, Me., . 



1857 
1855 ' 



16 ! 150^ 

I y $1,500,000 

8 I 40j : 



«21 









422,644 


1850 


4 


' 35J 




1852 
1881 


12 

5 


131 

18 ' 


250,000 


1871 1 


22 


273 


500.000 


1801 


- 


- 


- 


1831 


16 


150 


160,000 


1848 


2 


20 


10.000 


1865 


11 


136 


300,000 


18C3 


10 


160 


05,000 


1831 


8 

■ 


125 


100,000 



121 ; 1,320 i $3,337,644 



92 



UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 



THE UNIVERSALIS! PUBLISHING HOUSE. 

80 West Street, Boston, Mass. 

"I 

WESTER!^ BRAKCn, 
09 Deabbork Street, Rooms 40 and 41, Chicago, III. 



This House was incorporated in 1872, and holds all its property 
for the use and benefit of the Unlversallst Church. It is managed 
by a board of twenty-one Trustees, who hold office until their resig- 
nation, or removal IVom the State from which they were elected. 
Vacancies may be filled by the State Convention wliich the Trustees 
represented; such State Convention failing to fill said vacancies 
within one year, the Trustees shall do so at their next annual meet- 
ing thereafter. Fourteen of the Trustees belong in Massachusetts, 
two in Hhode Island, and one each in Maine, New Hampshire, 
Vermont, Connecticut and New York. 



TRUSTEES. 

Rev. A. A. SfiNEB, D.D., LL.D., PreHdenU Boston, Mass. 
John D. W. Jot, Treamrer, Boston, Mass. 



Chas. E. Carpenter, Providence, R. I. 
Rev. George Hill, Norwood, Mass. 
Hon. Newtok Talbot, Boston, Mass. 
Hon. Moses Huxphrby, Concord, N. H. 
Mrs. CM. Sawyer, Tufts College, Mass. 
William H. Finmet, Boston, Mass. 
Eben Alexandeb, Roxbury, Mass. 
Rev. G. G. UAiiiLTON.Mechanic FaUs,Me. 
Rev. W.S.WooDBKiDOE,Medford, Mass. 



Hon. Olnet Abnold, Pawtuoket, R. I. 
A. M. Copp, Maiden, Mass. 
Joseph D. Wilde, Melrose, Mass. 
Hon. T. J. BoABDXAN, Hartford, Conn. 
Hon. £. F. Endicott, Chelsea, Mass. 
H. D. Williams, West Roxbury, Mass. 
R. A. Ballou, Newton Centre, Mass. 
Robert M. Bailbt, Boston, Mass. 



The first nine persons named in the foregoing list constitute a 
Board of Directors. There are two vacancies. 

Thomas H. Abmstrono, Clerk of Corporation, Boston, Mass. 
Charles Caterly, General Agent. 

The net assets of the House are about ^70,000, consisting of 
periodicals, books, plates, etc. It publishes and owns the titles and 
copyrights of one hundred and fifty volumes and five periodicals: 
viz., the Christian Leader^ the Universalisty the Sunday- School Helper , 
the Myrtle and the Universalist Register. 



UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 93 



NECROLOGY. 

Since the publication of the Register for 1891, the follow- 
ing-named preachers, eleven in all, have died. 

Massena Berthier Ballou, born in Dana, Mass., Nov, 
28, 1800, died at Stoughton, Mass., Dec. 10, 1890. He 
was the second son of the eminent Rev. Hosea Ballou, by 
whom he was fitted for the ministry. He began to preach in 
1822, and was ordained at Hartland, Vt., Sept. 22, 1825. 
His first pastorate was of four years' duration, at Charlton, 
Mass. His second and final one was at Stoughton, Mass., 
lasting twenty-two years. He married in December, 1825, 
and his four children^TBurvive him, living near his old home- 
stead in Stoughton. When ill health compelled him to relin- 
quish the ministry, he at once became a faithful parishioner, 
and was ever in bis place in the sanctuary service, even after 
his defective hearing prevented his catching a syllable that 
was spoken. Genial and cheerful in spirit, he adorned the 
profession of the gospel with a godly life and a well-ordered 
conversation. 

Sanford Preston Smtth, born in Bingham, Me., Feb. 
5, 1846, died at Skowhegan, Me., March 22, 1891. Mr. 
Smith was formerly a printer, and for several years was 
foreman in the ofiQce of the '* Gospel Banner." Entering 
the theological school at Canton, N. Y., he graduated there- 
from in the summer of 1871, and was ordained at Claremont, 
N. H., May 22, 1872. His pastorates were in Claremont, 
Peabody, Mass., Hightstown, N. J., Winthrop and Read- 
field, Me., Marblehead, Mass., East Boston, Mass., Thomp- 
sonville. Conn., and Skowhegan and N. Anson, Me. A 
devoted, self-sacrificing preacher and pastor, a writer always 
ready and versatile, he added to his mental gifts a fine musi- 
cal taste and great ability as a leader of congregational 
singing, his services in this latter respect being in great 
demand at grove meetings and on special occasions of con- 
tinuous meetings. Genial, courteous, conscientious in his 
work, studious, upright, and spiritual-minded, he was a 
faithful Christian minister, and his departure so early in life 
is deeply lamented by the church which he served so well. 



94 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

William C. Davidsok died at Thornton, Ala., March 29, 
1891, aged seventy-three years. Our information concern- 
ing him is limited to the following brief statement from the pen 
of Rev. J. C. Burruss : " Calmly and resignedly he departed, 
firm in the faith he had preached to others. He came to us 
about fourteen years ago, from the Baptists, and during his 
last sickness expressed his regret that he had not seen the 
light of the gospel of universal redemption earlier in life. He 
died full of faith and hope, and left the aroma of a good 
name." 

Gamaliel Collins, born in Provincetown, Mass., Oct. 7, 
1816, died at Chatham, Mass., April 24, 1891. For several 
years before attaining hig, majority he followed the sea, and 
rose to the position of mate with the noted Hon. Nathaniel £. 
Atwood, then commanding a brig making voyages from Prov- 
incetown to the West Indies and other distant ports. Early 
in his manhood he resolved to enter the Universalist ministry. 
Pursuing classical studies at Waterville, Me., and teaching 
school at Castine and Hallowell in the same State, his name 
first appears in the Register as a new preacher, located at 
Waterville, in 1841. He was ordained in 1842. His first 
settleilient was at Yarmouth Port, Mass., in 1844 and 1845 ; 
then at Newton Upper Falls in 1846, and from 1847 to 1854 
at Hudson, N. Y., when, on account of failing sight, he relin- 
quished pastoral work and removed to Philadelphia, where, 
until the breaking out of the war, he had a denominational 
and miscellaneous book store. During the rebellion he was 
chaplain of the 72d regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infan- 
try. As a chaplain he was faithful and courageous, his brav- 
ery being especially conspicuous at Antietam, where his horse 
was shot under him, and he received severe and lasting in- 
juries by the fall. At the close of the war he was commis- 
sioned chaplain in the regular army, and served at the military 
posts in Kansas, Colorado, Washington, Wyoming and 
Alaska. Retired several years ago on generous pay, he made 
his home until the day of his death at Chatham, the early 
home of his devoted wife, who suddenly departed this life 
some two years ago. Mr. Collins was a man of extensive and 
accurate reading, especially in European history. He was a 
forceful wnter and a good preacher. 



UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 95 

AsHRR Moore, born in Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 13, 1810, 
died at Hammonton, N. J., April 27, 1891. Although of 
Quaker parentage, he became a Universalist early in life, and 
began to preach in 1831, receiving ordination in 1832. His 
pastorates were at Reading, Pa., New London, Conn., Hart- 
ford j Conn, (two settlements), Roxbury, Mass., Lombard 
Street church, Philadelphia, Hightstown, N. J., New York 
City, Church of the Messiah, Philadelphia, Newark, N. J., 
Springfield, Vt., Claremont, N. H., Norwich, Conn., Joliet, 
111., Cleveland, Ohio, Brooklyn, N. Y., Easton, Pa., and 
Hammonton, N. J. He has been well characterized as ^^ one 
of the stalwart men of the Universalist ministry. . . a deep 
thinker, particularly of the older school, yet always a learner. 
He was a grand orator ; voice, bearing and vocalization were 
his by birth, and there was majesty as well as power when 
he stood before a congregation to give his message." In 
1840-43 he was one of the editors of " The Nazarene," a 
weekly Universalist paper, published in Philadelphia. He 
was also author, in 1840, of ** A Memoir of the late Rev. 
Savillion W. Fuller;" in 1841, of "Universalist Belief: or 
the Doctrinal Views of Universalists ; " in 1847, of " Univer- 
salism the Doctrine of the Bible ; " and of numerous pam- 
phlets and tracts. 

William Woodford Clayton, formerly quite active in 
our ministry in the West, though of late engaged in secular 
business in Chicago, 111., died suddenly in that city, April 
29, aged fifty-seven years. '*A certain timidity prevented 
a large acquaintance and interfered with pastoral usefulness, 
though his intellectual force was recognized. His record, 
we believe, was unstained." 

Alexander Gretton Laurie died at Erie, Pa., May 3, 
1891, aged seventy-five years. Mr. Laurie's name first 
appears in the Register in 1842 as a new preacher, located at 
Mason, Ohio. In 1843, the year of his ordination, he was at 
Simcoe, Can., then at London, Can. ; from 1849 to 1853 at 
Bufi'alo, N. Y., from 1853 to 1863 at Charlestown, Mass., 
from 1863 to 1865 at Newark, N. J., 1865 to 1874 at Erie, 
Pa., his last settlement. He was intensely loyal to Scotland, 
his native land, and never became a naturalized citizen of 



96 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

the United States. Thoroughly familiar with Scotch phi- 
losophy and literature, and passionately fond of its poetry, 
he probably had no peer as an interpreter of Burns. Him- 
self a poet of no inferior order, and a writer of purest 
English, he was a strong thinker, and in the days of his 
activity was a mighty cham{)ion of the truths of revealed 
religion. 

Gilbert Foster Barnes, the son of Rev. G. W. Barnes, 
born in the city of New York, June 8, 1854, died at Mor- 
rison, 111., May 18, 1891. Graduating with honor at Clinton 
Liberal Institute, he took the prescribed course of theological 
training at the theological school at Canton, graduating in 
1879, and taking a pastorate at Gaysville, Vt. He was 
ordained at Bethel, Vt., Sept. 1, 1880. Subsequently he 
was pastor at Oswego, N. Y., Tidioute, Pa., the Church of 
our Father, North Chicago, and had just commenced his 
labors at Morrison, 111., when he was stricken down by 
typhoid fever. His ministry has been useful, and gave 
promise of still greater usefulness. His grand physique 
seemed fitted to cope with any malady, and indicated that 
his days would be long upon the earth ; but it pleased God 
to take him from us. 

Jonathan Marsh Johns died at Salina, Kan., September 
24, of consumption, in his fifty- first year. A graduate of the 
Canton Theological School in 1876, his first settlement was 
at Hammond, N. Y., where he was ordained May 27, 1877. 
He was also for a short time at Shelburne Falls, Mass., and 
at Claremont, N. H. In 1883 he went to Kansas on account 
of failing health. He has not been able to preach, except 
occasionally, for several years. For months he has expected 
and desired the summons to go hence. Rev. Mr. Barnes 
communicates to '*The Universalist " : ''Up to the very 
last moment of Bro. John's life, his mind was clear and he 
dictated a brief history of his conversion to Universalism and 
labors in the ministry, with quite a lengthy war record. It 
is the voice of those who knew him best that he had a very 
successful ministry, and his character was above reproach." 

Mrs. Sarah C. Pratt died suddenly at North Mont- 
pelier, Vt., Oct. 2, 1891. She has been for some months in 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 97 

charge of the parishes at Marshfield and North Montpelier, 
where she was industrious and intent on the duties of her 
chosen calling. • *' Her career in the ministry was brief 
indeed, still she left results, in sowing many a seed of truth." 

Nathaniel Crart, born July 27, 1823, died in Hicksville, 
Ohio, Oct. 7, 1891. He was ordained in 1856, and '* leaves 
an honored record among us. He was a man of the most 
genial character and great kindness of heart. A pioneer 
preacher, living on his own farm, he ministered to churches 
in Ohio and Indiana with unusual acceptance. He was 
always welcome at our gatherings, and brought with him a 
sunny presence and an atmosphere of good cheer, which was 
always delightful. We will meet him no more on earth, but 
his memory will abide." His death was caused by paralysis, 
and to all appearance was painless. 



98 



UNIYEBSALIST BBGISTER. 



ALPHABETIOAL LIST OF UinVEBSALIST PEEA0HEE8, 
WITH THEIE POST-OmOE ADDRESSES. 

(COHRECTED TO NOV. 1, 18^1.) 



[ThiB list Includes minUten Id fellowahip, either directly with the General Con- 
▼ention or with a Univenaliit 8ute Convention. The names of liocntiates are in 
italics. Names in Halic$y with an asterisk (*) prefixed, denote licensed Lay Preach, 
ers. The date prefixed is the year of ordination, unless F (fellowehipped) or L 
(licensed) is also prefixed. || prefixed denotes not In formal fellowship.] 



1843 Abbott, Gideon Setb, . . . 802 £. EzchaDge St., Akron, Ohio. 
1891 Abbott, H. A Richmond, Me. 

1847 Abbott, Thomas Mt Vernon, Ind. 

1836 Abell, Townsend Paoli Griffin, Oa. 

1890 Adams, Franklin Elihn, Nicholson, Pa. 

1870 Adams, George, Morris, N. Y. 

1872 Adams, John Coleman, D.D., . . 110 Ross St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1890 Albion, James Francis, Palmer, Mass. 

1885 {F) Alcott, A. N., Elgin, III. 

1875 Aldricb, Randall Rosea, Qalirord, Me. 

1844 Alvord, Francis Milton, Friendship, N. Y. 

1884 Alvord, Otis Fries, Ridgeway, N. Y. 

1848 Ambler, Russell P., De Foniak, Fla. 

1868 Amies, Joseph Hay, Higbtstown, N. J. 

1890 Andrew, Joseph Lean, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1889 Andrews, Frank C Old Town, Me. 

1879 Andrews, Lindley M., Santa Paula, Cal. 

1881 Andrews, Mrs. Mary (Garard), . . 3104 Mason St., Omaha, Neb. 

1891 (L) Andrews, Mrs. AI. V, Xenia, Ind. 

1877 Angell, Miss Caroline Eliza, Norway, Me. 

1853 Arms, Ellas Hall, Garland, Ala. 

1891 (L) Ashbum, W. Elmer West Union, W. Va. 

1890 (L) Ashley, Byron S Mich. 

1834 Asbton, Samuel, .... German town, Pbiiadelphla, Pa. 

1861 Atwood, Isaac Morgan, D.D., President. . Canton, N. Y. 

1891 (L) Atwood, John Murray Canton, N. Y. 

1891 Atwood, Luther Weston, .... So. Weymouth, Mass. 



UNIVERSAXIST REGISTER. 99 

1881 Aabrey, Alfred John, Fulton. N.T. 

184& Austin, John Jenkins, San Jacinto, Cal. 

1888 Backus, Wilson M., Leh%pon, Ohio. 

1871 Bacon, Joseph Prank, Portage, ^is. 

1851 Bacon, William Sherman, Wyoming, Ohio. 

1881 Bailey, Miss Emma E Mansfield, Pa. 

1840 Bailey, George Washington Springfield, Vt. 

1839 Baker, Jacob, . Sonth Weymouth, Mass. 

1890 Baldwin, Edward Payson, . . .329 Algona St., Osbkosh, Wis. 

1875 Ballard, Tilgbman Ethan, Crawfordsville, Ind. 

1837 Balllnger, Thomas, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

1862 Ballon, Daniel Utica, N.Y. 

1891 (L) Ballon, Willard S., N. Y. 

1865 Ballou, James Henry Hop Bottom, Pa. 

1886 Barber, Elliot Bates, Newark, N.Y. 

1840 Barber, William Newell, .... Granby Centre, N. Y. 

1843 Barnes, Alfred, Junction City, Kan. 

1877 Barnes, George M. Dallas, Raleigh, 111. 

1881 Barnes, Gilbert W., Forked River, N. J. 

1887 *(L) Bamea, Mrs. Sarah If., ... . Junction City, Kan. 
1884 Bartholomew, John May, . 215 West 135th St., New York, N-. Y. 

'1889 Bartlett. Miss Ella Elizabeth Madison, Wis. 

1890 Barton, Frank Eugene Bethel, Me. 

1851 Battles, Amoiy, Bangor, Me. 

(L) Bayley, R. C, 111. 

1884 Beardsley, Oscar R Hop Bottom, Pa« 

1884 Beckett, Albert R Oconee, III. 

1891 (L) Bedell, Miss Xina, Canton. N. Y. 

1889 Beem, Albert K., Plain City, Ohio. 

1883 Bcem, Franklin K., Livermore Falls, Me. 

1890 Bennett, Mrs. Ella, Stony Brook, N. Y. 

1886 Betts, Frederick William, . 40 E. Midland Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1868 Bicknell, George Waters, .... Cambridgeport, Mass. 

1855 Biddle, Charles Wesley, D.D., . . . North Cambridge, Mass. 

1891 (L) Bidwell, C. E,, Middletown, Conn. 

1880 Biggs, Samuel Royal Harrod, .... Waterbury, Conn. 

1891 (X) Bilkovsky, Anthony, Tufts College, NJass. 

1837 Billings. James Hico, Tex. 

1886 *(L) Billings, Mrs. Mary C, Hico, Tex. 

1877 Bisbee, Fred Adelbert, . . . 1620 Master St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1849 Bishop, Joy, Delphos, Kan. 

1890 (L) Black, L Parker, .... Bibb, Comanche Co.. Tex. 
1839 Blacker, Robert, 16 Boynton St., Bangor, Me. 

1891 (£) Blackford, Harry, Tufts College, Mass. 



100 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

1873 Bl/ickford, John Henry, Eldorado, Ohio. 

1872 Blackford, Levi Parviance, . . . . . . Waltbam, Mass. 

1857 Blancbard, Henry, D.D., ... . 234 State St., Portland, Me. 

1854 Bolies, Edwin C, D.D., . . 29 West 11th St., New York, N. Y. 

1874 Booth, Isaac Phillips, D.D., Northfield. Vt. 

1848 Borden, Thomas, Sherman, N. Y. 

1888 *{L) BotrerSf Auffustus C.f Boone's Creek, Tenn. 

1889 (F) Bowers, John M., West Bowersville, Oa. 

1875 Bowles, Mrs. Ada C Abington, Mass. 

1848 Bowles, Bei\jamin Franklin, Abington, Mass. 

1879 Boynton, Lyman D., . . 214 Masonic Temple, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1845 Bradley, Cyras Augustus, .... South Brewster, Mass. 

-1881 Brainard, Miss Carrie White, . . . LiUle Hocking, Ohio. 

1854 Bray ton, Jay J., Nunda, N. Y. 

1891 (L) Breniien, Margaret i4., . . . . 727 French St., Erie, Pa. 

1891 (L) Brentf Mrs. Frances E.f Delphos, Kan. 

1868 Briggs, Lewis Llewellyn, . . . Rhodes Ave., Lynn, Mass. 
1874 (F) Brigham, Leonard Warren, 803 Perry St., Lake View, Chicago, III. 

1869 Brinkerhoff, W. H., Shellsburg, Iowa. 

1857 Brooks, William Cathcart, Sorrento, Fla. 

1886 Brown, Henry Newton, Dublin, Ind. 

1863 Brown, Mrs. Olympia, Racine, Wis. 

1835 Browne, Lewis Crebasa, .... Honeoye Falls, N. Y. 

1891 Bruce, Mrs. Elizabeth M., Maplewood, Mass. 

1891 {L)Brxtn,B.U. Clinton, N.Y. 

1873 Brunning, Benjamin, Bowdoinbam, Me. 

1889 Buckner, Franklin F., Leroy, Ohio. 

1874 Burnell, William Percival Provincetown, Mass. 

1844 Burruss, John Crenshaw, Notasulga, Ala. 

1890 ♦(£.) Buiby, Martin Curtis, Miss. 

1879 Bush, Richard Perry, Jr., Everett, Mass. 

1853 Butler, Hyman Blanchard Algona, Iowa. 

1861 Canfleld, Andrew Jackson, D.D., 2815 Indiana Ave., Chicago, HI. 

1859 Canfleld, Henry Lovell, D.D., Bellville, Ohio. 

1888 Oanfield, Harry Lee, . . .511 McMillan St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1858 Gantwell, John Simon, D.D., . 3740 Langley Av., Chicago, 111. 
1865 Capen, Elmer Hewitt, D.D., President, . . Tntls College, Mass. 

1881 Carley, A. J., Louisiana. 

1846 Carlton, Simqn Peter, Fountain Park, Ohio. 

1890 (F) Carney, James F., '. Mt. Oilead, Ohio. 

1887 Carpenter, John Randolph, Newtown, Ohio. 

1863 Carpenteir, Myron Brewster, Lansing, Mich. 

1891 Carr, Herbert W Cortland, N. Y. 

1872 (F) Carr, James Thwing, Lee, Me. 



UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 101 

1850 Case, Elijah Little Falls, N. Y. 

1890 Case, Isaac L .^^^^M^inehester, Mich. 

1890 Gate, I. Wallace, . . 66 Miogadani Koishikawa, Tokyo, Japan. 

1888 (L) Cecil, B. F., Missouri. 

1872 Chaffee, Edwin John, .... 413 Day St., Galesburg, 111. 

1890 (L) Chalfant, James A Prospect Valley, W. Va. 

1873 Chambers, Spencer, Sr., GoTitersville, Ala. 

1863 Chapin, Miss Anfrasta J., Oak Park, III. 

1881 Chapin, Eben Hubert 1132 H. St., Lincoln, Neb. 

1859 Chapin, James Henry, Ph.D., Merlden, Conn. 

1889 Chapman, Thomas, Chappels, S. C. 

1883 Chase, Alonzo, New Britain, Conn. 

1883 Chase, Frank John, ... 13 Fulton Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

1889 (F) Cheek, Marion, West Bowersville, Ga. 

1879 Cheyney, Daniel, Woodlawn, Cal. 

1887 *{L) Cheyney, Mrs, S, B Woodlawn, Ca). 

1889 Church, Augustus B., North Adams, Mass. 

1882 Churchill, Clarence Elmore, Hammonton, N. J. 

1883 Clark, E. Manford Pomona, Cal. 

1845 Chiyton, Daniel Bragg Columbia, S. C. 

1855 Closson, Harrison, . • . .171 Broad St., Middletown, Conn. 
1881 Coddlngton, Isaac Phillip, . . . Winter Hill, Somerville, Mass. 
1883 (F) Cole, Geo. A., , . . 267 Kossuth St., Bridgeport, Conn. 
1887 Colegrove, Osgood Ghordis Kent, Ohio. 

Cone, J. B., Union, Wilson County, Tex. 

1864 Cone, Orello, D.D., President, Akron, Ohio. 

1863 Conger, Everett Lorentus, D.D Pasadena, Cal. 

1878 Conine, Britton, Camp Hill, Ala. 

1879 Conklin, Abram, Bath, Me. 

1876 Conklin, Charles, . . . .397 Shawmut Ave , Boston, Mass. 

1891 (L) Conklin, Eugene L., NY. 

1880 Conner, Charles Chambers Hamilton, Ohio. 

1801 (L) Conner, Ralph E,, Tufts College, Mass. 

1891 Cook, John, M.D., ... 727 E. Brook St., Galesbnrg, 111. 

1837 Cook, Zenas, Chicago Lawn, III. 

1886 Corby, James DImond, . . . . 1640 Fifth Ave., Troy, N.Y. 

1878 Couden, Henry Noble, Port Huron, Mich. 

1856 Countryman, Asa, Marseilles, III. 

1890 Crane, Frederick T., . . . . White River Junction, Vt. 

18C3 Crane, Stephen, D.D Earlville, 111. 

1853 Crawford, Judson Cleveland Au^custa, Wis. 

1853 Crehore, Joseph, Shirley Village, M.iss. 

1890 Crispin, William Frost Akron. Ohio. 

1881 Critchett, Thomas W Chicago, III. 



102 UNIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 

876 Crosley, Mrs. Lotta D., Zanesvllle, Ohio. 

877 Croaley, Lncan Senecft, Tidioate, Pa. 

863 Croslej, Marion, .... 633 State St., Springfield, Mass. 

870 Crosley, William Jacob, Springborongb, Ohio. 

881 Grossman, Mrs. Annette O. (Waltze),. . . Charles City, 111. 

873 (F) CroQch, James Anderson, HntsonvUle, III. 

881 (F) Crowe, W. S., D.D., . . 177 Orchard St., Newark, N. J. 

873 Cram, Amos, Dnbaqae, Iowa. 

891 Cmm, Mrs. S. L., Dabnqae, Iowa. 

880 Crnm, George, . . Sycamore, III. 

850 Commlngs, Uriah, Derby, Ind. 

845 Curry, William Wallace, . 1428 6th St., N. W., Washington, D. G. 

890 (L) Curtis, A. B., Tnfts College, Mass. 

890 Cnrtiss, James Parsons, . . 66 Chapin St., Binghamton, N. Y. 

867 Casbman, Henry Irving, D.D., . 875 Broad St., ProTidence, R. I. 

890 Cushman, Herbert Ernest, Plymouth, Mass. 

885 Catler, Jnlian S., Melrose, Mass. 

887 Catler, Myron Lewis, East Jaffirey, N. H. 

843 Damon, Calvin, Haverhill, Mass. 

878 Danforth, Mrs. Abbie Ellsworth, Peru, Ohio. 

883 Darling, Olney Inman, Warren, Mass. 

839 Davis, Bei^amin Hill, Weymouth, Mass. 

845 Davis, Edwin', Qulncy, Mass. 

846 (F) Davis, Josiah, • Junction City, Kan. 

833 Davis, Samuel Armin, ... 12 Kennedy St., Hartford, Conn. 

876 Davis, Samuel Oreen, Valrleo, Fla. 

891 •{L) Davis, S.F, Portland, Kan. 

873 Davis, Samuel Sylvester, North Fry eburg. Me. 

872 Day, Ainred, 50 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

866 Dean, Theodore Lyman, . ^ . . Cross St., Maiden, Mass. 

840 Dean, William Wheelock, . . . 942 P St., Washington, D. C. 

873 Dearborn, William Hooper, . 17 Charter Oak Place, Hartford, Conn. 
849 Deere, George Henry, D.D., Riverside, Cal. 

886 Dellgren, August, . . . 2317 11th Ave., S. Minneapolis, Minn. 
891 (L) Dellgren, Rachel ]V., . 2317 11th Ave., S. Minneapolis, Minn. 
876 DeLong, Mrs. Mary J., . . . . 87 Elm St., Oshkosh, Wis. 
862 Dcmarest, Gerherdus Langdon, D.D., . . . Manchester, N. H. 

886 Deyo, Mrs. Amanda, Scranton, Pa. 

856 Dick, Elisba, , Careyville, Ohio. 

886 (F) Dickerman, William Frederick, .... Lansing, Mich. 

878 Dillingham, Fred Augustine, . . . . N. Attleboro, Mass. 

881 Dillon, J. K Greenup, 111. 

876 Dinsmore, Lucien Jerome, Chicago, III. 

849 Dodge, Cheeseman F., WhitesviUe, N. Y. 



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UNIVBRSALIST REGISTER. 103 

1868 Dodge, Joseph Smith, Jr., Stamford, Conn. 

, 1881 Dole, Walter Enfield, N. H. 

1882 Donaldson, P. T Bingham, III. 

1890 Dotter, Thomas E Eldora, Iowa. 

1888 (L) Doumer, WiUiam T,, 

1870 Droley* Thaddens Claj Stafford, Conn. 

^ 1886 ♦(L) Lhmaway, Miss Meekie F,, Blanket, Tex. 

1880 Danbar.J. S., . .• Paige, Tex. 

1889 Dnnham, Hallie Gardner Canton, Me. 

1890 (L) Dtmham, Samuel G Hubbardsville, N. Y. 

1883 Dnsseaalt, William F Maiden, Mass. 

1891 Earll, Miss Irene, ...... Lock Box 35, Webster, N. Y. 

1883 Eastman, John P., Merrimac, Mass. 

1862 Eastwood, James Turner Center, Me. 

1862 Eaton, Benjamin Franklin Weymouth, Mass. 

1877 Eaton, Charles Henry, D.D., . 35 W. 48th St., New York, N. Y. 

1850 Eddy. Richard, D.D 161 Smith St., Providence, R. I. 

1891 (L) Eddy, William B., Tufts College, Mass. 

1843 Emerson, George Homer, D.D., . . 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1869 Emery, JaT)e« Newton,. . . 27 Cottage St., Bridgeport, Conn. 
^ .1890 {L) Eatey, M, L. Canton, N. Y. 

1891 (L) Erans, Frederick IT., Tufts College, Mass. 

1890 (L) FairehUd, Bert Birsell Cohocton, N. Y. 

1844 Famsworth, Jeremy Hoadley, McLean, N. Y. 

1840 Fay, Cyrus Hyde, D.D., 441 Greene Ave., Brooklyn (E. D.), N. Y. 

1891 Felt, Elmer Jay Gardner, Mass. 

1891 Fisher, Caleb E., Herkimer, N. Y. 

1883 Fisher, Daniel L Hinsdale, N. H. 

1886 Fisher, Lee Howard, Cooperstown, N. Y. 

1881 Fisher, Lewis Beals, Canton, N. Y. 

1890 Fisher, Thomas Baldwin Thayer, . ' . . Berlin Falls, N. H. 
1861 Fisk, Richmond, D.D., ... 8 Winthrop St., Watertown, N. Y. 

1879 Fiske, Henry S., 84 West St., Rutland, Vt. 

1891 Fister, Harry Fay, E. Cambridge, Mass. 

1865 FitzGerald, Eaekiel, . . . 97 Fairmont St., Maiden, Mass. 

1843 Flanders, George Tmesdale, D.D New Bedford, Mass. 

1876 Fletcher, W. L KirksviUe. Mo. 

1865 Fluhrer, Charles, D.D., . . 67 Morris St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

1873 (F) Fogg, Albion Paris, Morrill, Me. 

1880 Folsom, Mrs. Marianna T., Tex. 

1874 Forbes, Henry Prentiss, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 

1881 Fortney, Granville Levi, Wyalt, W. Va. 

1876 Fortney, Leroy Frederick, Piainfleld, Vt. 

1887 Fosher, Jesse B Roann, Ind. 



104 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

1842 Foster, Berjamin Franklin Indianapolis, Ind. 

1841 Fran6i8, Elen 43 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1877 Fraser, Donald, North Anson, Me. 

1841 French, William Riley, D.D., .... Tamer Center, Me. 

1860 Fuller, Earl Wesley, Hubbardsville, N. Y. 

1857 Gaines, Absalom Graves, D.D., LL.D., . . . Canton, N. Y. 

1889 •(!,) Gardner, La Vergne F., . ^ . . Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

1868 Gardner, Samuel Augustus, Fresno, Cal. 

1831 Garfield, Eli Sanbun, III. 

1863 Garretson, Joel, Pilot Grove, Iowa. 

1888 Garst, Charles A. C Galesburg, 111. 

1878 Gaskin. William Elbridge Vinal Haven, Me. 

1868 Gates, John Francis, Perry, N. Y. 

1874 Getchell, John Marshfield, Marshall, Mich. 

1862 Getty, Andrew, Saltsburg, Pa. 

1867 Gibb, Stephen F., Janesville, Wis. 

1876 GIbb, Mrs. Sophie, Janesville. Wis. 

1860 Gibbs, William Erastus, . . 332 Haverhill St., Lawrenre, Mass. 

1875 Gibbs, William Looker, Concord, Mich. 

1891 (F) Gilbert, Selden, Me. 

1877 Gillette, Mrs. L. Fidelia Woolley, . . . Rochester, Mich. 
1891 Gleason, Willis W., Munde, Ind. 

1876 GledhtU, Joseph Smith, Spencer, Mass. 

1873 Goodell, William Sanford Portland, Mich. 

1858 Goodenough, Simon 1414 Myrtle St., Oakland, Cal. 

1845 Goodrich, Massena, Fawtucket, R. I. 

1858 Gorton, James Sharpsville, Pa.i 

1888 Gould, William Hilton Dexter, Me. 

1841 Oowdy, Gideon Selden, Eldora, Iowa. 

1866 Grandy, Ira Benjamin, . . .781 N. III. St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

1870 Grant, Eugene Melnotte, . . .4 Forest St., Stamford, Conn. 

1888 (F) Graves, J. C , Bardwell. Ky. 

1882 Gray, Francis A., 33 May St., Worcester, Mass. 

1880 Green, Everett n . . Bagdad, Fla. 

1886 Greene, John Harnden, Dorchester, Mass/ 

1880 Greene, Lovinzo Leroy, Wakefield, Mass. 

1872 Greene, Ransom Alphonso, ... 25 Walker St., Lowell, Mass. 

1878 Gregory, Thomas Bragg, Halifax, N. S. 

1890 Grler, Albert C, Charles Cltv, Iowa. 

1868 Grigsby, Willis Harrison, Washinjrton, D.C. 

1855 Groves, Henry, Rome, Ind. 

1844 Guernsey, George Smith, Rochester, Vt. 

1868 Gunnison, Almon, D.D., Worcester, Mass. 

1868 Guthrie, Thomas Sander, Decatnr, HI. 

1888 (L) Gwaltfiey, ^., Charleston, Mo. 

1886 •{L) Hale, William, M.D Free HUl, Tenn^ 

1889 Hall, Charles Priest L. Box 352, Huntington, N. Y. 

1884 Hall, Frank Oliver, .... 4 Belmont St., Lowell, Mass. 

1890 Hamilton. Frederick William, . 79 Summit St., Fawtucket, R. I. 

1877 Hamilton, George Grenville, .... Mechanic Falls, Me. 
1880 Hammatt, Albert, Brockton, Mass. 

1891 Hammond, Joseph Frank, Owatonna, Minn. 

1868 Hanaford, Mrs. Phebe Anne, .... Tonawanda, N Y. 

1845 Hanson, John Wesley, D.D., Room 41 McCormlck Block. Chicago, 111. 

1868 Harmon, George Milford, Tufts College. Mass. 

1888 (L) Harpold, Winjield Italy. Tex. 

S71 Harrington, William Henry, 2744 Portland PI., Minneapolis, Minn. 



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1891 Harrii, George Henry, . 

1870 Harris, Moses Henry, D.D., 
1878 Haskell, Cassius L., 

1862 Hatbawar, Eleazer, 
1891 (L) Haicks, T, «., 
1866 Hay den, Charles A., 
1864 Hay ford, Sylvester Cobb, 

1863 Haynes, Charles Dwinell, 

1875 Haynes, Miss Lorenza, . 
1861 Healey, Frank E., . 

1887 (F) Hendon, Asbury P., 
1859 Henley, John Wesley, D. D. 
1889 [F) Herbrechter, F., . ^ 

^1861 Hervev, Alpheus Baker, Ph.D., President, 

'1877 Hessefgrave, David, 

1876 Hewett, M. Lee, . 

1888 •{L)Hewit,Johnn,, . 
1829 Hewitt, Elmer, 

1881 Hicks, M. M., 
18d0 Hill, Georire, . 
1876 Hilton, John, . 
1885 Hilton, Ora M.. ^ 
1874 Hinds, John Watson, . 
1868 Hodge, Dwight Munson, 
1876 Hodges, Albert, . 
1891 (L) Holhrook, Charles F,, 

1888 Holden, James Harry, . 

1851 Holmes, Lucius, 
(L;Holl, — , 

1876 Hooper, Washington Wells, 

1842 Hooper, William, . 

1882 Horton, Edward Anthony, 
1878 Hough, Samuel, . .116 
188.5 Houghton, Edward L., . . 
1880 Houghton, Frederick Mason, 

1874 Houghton, Moses Henry, 
1844 Hovev, Simeon, 
1891 (L) Howard, J. F., 

1852 Howell, Henry Benjamin, 
1882 Hoyt, Ezra Almon, 

1871 Hughes, John, 
1837 Hull, Stephen, 

1873 Hutchins. Albert Ulysses, 
1878 Illman, Thomas W., 
1868 In man, James Anderson, 

1889 Jackson. Williard £., . 

1875 Jacobs, Elmer Duane, . 
1855 Jenkins, Edmund S., . 
1878 Jenkins, Granville Wallingford, 
1857 Jenks, George Franklin, 

1874 John, Robert Newman, 
1888 Johnson, Edward Everett, 
1844 Johnson, James Riley, . 
1841 Johnson, Thomas Hartley, 

1890 (F) Johonnot, Rodney F., 
1890 {D Jones, Ben, W., Jr., 
1890 (L) Jones, Mrs. Bfie K., 



. No. Orange, Mass. 
765 Washington Boulevard. Chicago. III. 

Le Roy, N. Y. 
Corfu, N. Y. 



Marshall 



Mich. 

Auburn, Me. 

Montpelier, Vt. 

Travers City, Mich. 

Waltbam, Mass. 

. Barre, Vt. 

Santa Cruz, Cal. 

Fountain Park, Ohio. 

. Wausau, Wis. 

Canton, N. Y. 

. Lodi, Wis. 

No. Bloomficld, N. Y. 

Newcastle, Ind. 

South Weymouth, Mass. 

Little Hickory, 111. 

Norwood, Mass. 

Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

Berkley, Cal. 

. Franklin, Mass. 

Monmouth, Ore. 

Tufls College, Mass. 

. Amherst, Mass. 

. Orange, Mass. 

Emmet, Tex. 

. Taunton, Mass. 

West Acton, Mass. 

. Southold, N. Y. 

Ave., Allegheny City, Pa. 

Fairfield, Me. 

Deerintr, Me. 

. Titnsvilie, Pa. 

Collingwood, Ohio. 

. Albion, N. Y. 

. Medina, N. Y. 

. Dover, N. H. 

Table Grove, 111. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Branchport, N. Y. 

. Concord, N. H. 

. Sonoma, N. C. 

Au Train, Mich. 

Bryan, Ohio. 

Breeseport, N. Y. 

23 Grove St., Norwich, Conn. 

356 Spruce St., Chelsea, Mass. 

Dublin, Ind. 

. Upper Lisle, N. Y. 

Nyack, N. Y. 

349 W. 8th St., Cincinnati', bhio. 

Lewiston, Me. 
Oalesbnrg, III. 
Galesbnrg, III. 



106 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

1877 Jones, William Marion, . . 660 Keifer Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

1889 Jordan, Joseph Hantersville, Norfolk Co., Va. 

1884 Jane, John Ezra, Decatur, Mich. 

1879 Keim, Oideon Isaac, . ^ . 253 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

1879 Kellerman, Robert Scott, On&nge. Mass. 

1845 Kelsey, Alanson, Oriffln, Spalding Co., Oa. 

1878 Kent, George William Brighton, Mass. 

1891 Keyes, J. E , Storm Lalce, Iowa. 

1891 {D Keyes, Pliny M.,, . ' Iowa. 

1881 •{L) ladder, Joseph Manchester, N. H. 

1883 Kimball, John, •. . . Poland, Me. 

1875 Kimmell, William Madison, Rockland, Me. 

1881 Kingsbury, Miss Myra, . Belfast, Me. 

1883 Knickerbocker, Charles Azthar Erie. Pa. 

1876 Kniffht, George Thompson, TuAs College, Mass. 

1846 Knowlton, Isaac Case, D.D West Acton, Mass. 

1876 KoUock, Florence E., . 6^65 Harvard St., Englewood, Chicago, 111. 

1890 {L) KnUzer, George A., Canton, N. T. 

1871 lAing, Alfred H., JoUet, III. 

1881 Lamphear, DeWitt, Sherburne, N. Y. 

1876 Lander, Charles Albert, - Messina, Fla. 

1884 Lathe, Ferdinand T., ........ . 

1848 Lathrop, Thomas Spencer, . . . T . North Salem, N. Y. 

1848 Lavdle, John Richard, Fulton, Ontario, Can. 

1878 Lawhom, J. C, Elgin, Tex. 

1875 Leavitt, Edgar, .... 24 Jordan St., Santa Crus. Cal. 

1890 Leavitt, William £., Oswego, N. Y. 

1881 Lee, John Clarence, Oalesburff, 111. 

1847 Lee, John Stebbins, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 

1891 Legal, Charles, Victor, N. Y. 

1867 Leigbton, Angnstus Asor, Middleport, N. Y. 

1886 Leland, John Franklin, Augusta, Me. 

1848 Leonard, Charles Hall, D.D Tufts College, Mass. 

1847 Lewis, Folton K., . . • . . Montezuma, Ga. 

1867 Lewis, John J 130 K St., South Boston, Mass. 

1872 Libby, Daniel Le Roy Putnam, Conn. 

1891 Libby, Wentworth Roscoe Blue Island, 111. 

1843 Lincoln, Vamum, Andover, Mass. 

1869 Little, James Henry Pirtsfield, Me. 

1841 Livermore, Daniel Parker, ...... Melrose, Mass. 

1858 Lombard. Cyrus Baldwin, . . Simon P. O , Cook County, 111. 

1853 Lovejoy, William Wallace, Chelsea, Mass. 

1888 Luster, T. B Lafayette, Ind. 

1887 Lynn, Cephas Brackett, ... 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1869 MacLean, John Patterson, Morrison, 111. 

1891 (L) MacQueary, Bowardf E. Saginaw, Mich. 

1863 Magwire, Frank, 87 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

1832 (F) Manley.'WiUiam Ethan, D.D., .... Denver, Col. 

1889 Marggratr, Edward Everett, Tufts College, Maas. 

18S5 Marsh, Richard B., Peoria. III. 

1865 Marshall, Albert Harrington, Madison, N. Y. 

1891 Marshall, Harold, Beverly, Mass. 

1888 Marvin, Judson Patterson, Rochester, Vl 

1889 Marvin, Thomas Oliver, . . . 126 State St., Albany, N. Y. 
1841 Mason, Almond Wood, 1131 Girard Ave. North, Minneapolis, Minn. 
1891 (L) Mason, Edward G., Canton, N. Y 

1873 Mason, Joseph Kimball, . . .419 Jersey St., Bufiklo, N. Y. 



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1888 Masseck, Frank L., Mt. Vernon, N. T. 

1891 (L) Maxham, Herbert O., Tufts College, Mass. 

1875 (F) McAllister, Edward Alden, Albany, Ore. 

1888 McAlpine, Frank, ......... Charlotte, Micb. 

1885 McArtbor, Kosdasko, Espyyille Station, Pa. 

1884 McCollester, Lee Saliiran, . . 654 John R. St.. Detroit, Mich. 

1854 McCollester, SoHivan Holman, D.D Marlborough, N. H. 

1891 (L) McCord, John W. Galesburg, III. 

1865 McCord, William Ellison, . Era, Ky. 

188.5 (L) McCoury, Phil. B., .... Bend, San Saba Co., Tex. 

1882 McOlanflin, William Henry, .... Harriman, Tenn. 

1883 Mclnemey, John Charles, No. Bradford, Pa. 

1886 Mclntire, Clarence Pilmore, Springfield, Yt. 

1870 McKinney, Lather Franklin, .... Manchester, N. H. 

1885 McLaughlin, Ira W., Macedon, N. Y. 

1851 McMaster, James William, Marietta, Ohio. 

1851 McNeil. William Randolph, Wis. 

1889 •(L) McWhorter, Dr, J, M,, Berlin, West Va. 

1873 Mead, Isaac James, Augusta, Me. 

1856 Medley, Reuben, Sacramento, Ky. 

1879 (F) Melton, Archelans, . . . • . . . . Mableton, Oa. 

1876 (L) Melton, milianiR Mableton, Ga. 

1856 Merrifield, Jacob, Plainfield, 111. 

1868 Merritt, William Wallace, Red Oak, Iowa. 

1888 (D Middleton, John L., .... Kingston, Jamaica, W. I. 

1891 Milbum, U4ysses S., •••*.. . London, Ohio. 

1886 (Z') Millar, Frederick Whitewater, Wis. 

1867 Miller, Andrew Millersville.Mo. 

1839 Miner, Alonzo Ames, D. D., LL D . Boston, Mass. 

II Minnerly, A B Drop, Texas. 

1888 • (L) Minor, S. F. III. 

1889 Mitchell, Stanford, .... 30 West St , Boston, Mass. 
1831 Montgomery, Geo. Washington, D.D., 51 Chestnut St., Rochester, N. Y. 
1848 Moor. Clark Rice, . . 26 Arlington St., North Cambridge, Mass. 

1890 (L) Moore, AD Crofton, Ky. 

1891 Moore, Miss Henrietta G., . 316 W. Mnlberry St., Springfield, Ohio. 

1844 Moore, John Harvey Newark, N. Y* 

1879 Morgan, Hiram Bliss, West Chesterfield, N. H. 

1891 Morrell, H, P Ellisburg, N. Y. 

1864 Morris, Edward, Chatham, Mass. 

1871 Morrison, Ablal, 

1886 Morrison, Dennis, Galesburg, III. 

1878 Morrison, William Harrison, . 82 Prospect St., Manchester, N. H. 

1836 Morse, Horace Webster, Greenwood, Mass. 

1835 Morse, Joseph Bartlett, Hanover, N. H. 

1H71 Moses, George (Indian Preacher), . . Oneida, Ontario, Canada. 

1869 Mosher, Marcellus R., • CIrcleville. III. 

1890 (L) Motes, William y.. Sen., ..... Emory, Tex. 

1891 (L) Moulton, Herbert Frank, .... Tufts College, Mass. 

1871 Munson, Henry Clay, Perry, N. Y. 

1878 Nash, Charles Ellwood,D.D., . 57 Lefferts PI., Brooklvn, N. Y. 

1862 (F) Nash, Charles Pitman Conneautville, Pa. 

1891 (L) Nash, Melvin Shaw Tufts College, Mass. 

1874 (F) Neff, Cyrus C, Pasadena, Cah 

1888 Newport, Mrs. El fredaL. (Shaffer), . . . Wauponsue, 111. 

1886 Nickerson, Charles Sumner Norwood, Mass. 

1886 • {L.) NoUn, Willis S., Lebanon, Tenn. 



108 UNIVERSALIST BEOISTER. 

1876 Nosier. Wmiam H Coqni lie City. Oregon. 

1869 Odiorne. George Oilman, Jefferson. Io\va. 

1890 • (L) Olin, Nelson, ....... Towanda. Kan. 

1887 Orelnp, Hiram J., . . * Bristol, N.Y. 

1849 Osgood, Hiram Pratt 20 Union Park, Boston, Mass. 

1888 Paddock, Clark L , Camden, Me. 

1888 (L) Paddock, Frank L.. Canton, N. Y. 

1825 Paige, Lnclus Robinson, D.D Cambridgepori, Mass. 

1886 Palmatier, Charles Friendship, N. Y- 

1839 Palmer. James Smith Mansfield. Pa. 

1887 (F) Palmer. John Henry, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

1860 Park. James Harrcll, Monroe, Ga. 

11 Parker, J. N., Fargo, North Dakota. 

1859 Parker, Sylvester Ames/ Bethel, Vt. 

1850 Pattee, John CaWln Bnmett Station, Wis. 

1854 Patterson, Adoniram Jndson, D. D., . . . . Roxbury, Mass. 

1878 Patterson. James Aujrnsto, Me. 

1890 Payne, Thomas Britton, ... 68 Baynes St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

1869 Payne, William Pierce Nevada, Iowa. 

1888 Payson. Fred LeRoy, Saccarappa, Me. 

1874 Payson, James Milford, . . . . 817 S. 8th St., La Cropse. Wis. 

1890 Pease. Lewis Edwin, . . 126 Mt. Y^jrnon St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1889 (F) Pechin, Wilbur F Owntonna, Minn. 

ia54 Feck. Ffancis Benson Olcott, N. Y. 

1876 Pember, Elmer Frederick, Bangor, Me. 

1889 Penniraan, George Wallace, Annisqnam, Maas. 

1878 Perin. George Lander, D.D., . 16 Masago-Cho, Hongo, Tokvo, Japan. 

1880 Perkins, Warren S.. D.D., Mcriden, Conn. 

1869 Perry, Edward Albert Fort Plain. N. Y. 

1868 Perry, George William 48 West St.. Rutland, Vt. 

1891 (L) Peshdimaljian, Barooyr Michael, . . . Tufts College, Mass. 
1868 Pbllbrook. Hiram Alfred, . 176 Tfcnton St., East Boston, Mass. 

1876 Pierce, Edwin Warren, Wilmington, Vt. 

1882 Pierce, Frederick Dcnlson, Cedar Falls, Iowa. 

1868 P<»lk. Robert Thompson, ... 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1872 (F) Pope, Matthew Lawrence, Finrastle. Ind. 

1881 Porter, Mrs. Charlotte, Waterloo, Iowa. 

1866 Porter, Lafayette Waterloo. Iowa. 

1890 Potter, Wilburn Daniel, Huntingville. P. Q., Can. 

1868 Potter, William Frank South Framlngham. Mass. 

1891 Poiterton, T. E Alexander. N. Y. 

1872 Powell, George Walter Lockport, N. Y. 

1891 (L) Potcell, Mrs. Hannah M., Lockport, N. Y. 

1872 Powers, Le Grand, . . . 2629 3d Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1890 Powers, Levi Moore, Mansfield, Mass. 

1879 Pratt, William Austin, Keokuk, Iowa. 

1872 Preble, Edgar Watson • . . Webster, Mass. 

1890 Priest, Fred Clarence, . . . . . . Marblehead, Mass. 

1887 Priest, Ira Allen, Adams. Mass. 

1840 Proctor, George, North Scltuate, Mass. 

1890 Puffer, C. H., Stonffhton, Mass. 

1862 Pullman, James Mlnton, D.D., . . 25 Cherry St , Lvnn, Mass. 

1855 Pullman. Royal Henry, . . . 1716 Guilford Ave.. Baltimore, Md. 

1880 Quackenbush, Nathan Rice, Blanchester, Ohio. 

1834 Queal, Robert, Decatur, Mich. 

1879 Quimby, Israel Paul, 97 Green St , Bath, Me. 

1886 Raebura, George Washington, Reading, Pa. 



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1867 Ralph, Walter ScoU Colambas, WIb. 

^ 1839 Randolph, Webster Bettes Clinton, N. Y. 

1871 Read, Kphraim A., Sonthbrldge, Mass. 

1887 Reardoii, John BeDjamin, Westfield, Mass. 

1887 (F) Reld, Thomas James, M.D., Anoka, Minn. 

J 1878 Rein, Anffostus Philip, .... 87 School St., Concord, N. H. 

i 1888 (L) Renshaw, Finis H., HopklDsvIUe, Ky. 

1866 Rexford, Everett Levi, D.D., . 16 Schnyler St., Roxburv, Mass. 

1874 Reyner, Richard P., La Plata, Mo. 

1880 Rboades, James Frank Biddeford, Me. 

1869 Rhyne, James Alexander Jasper. Oa. 

1882 Rice, Arthur Alanson Mt. Hermon, Mass. 

1871 Rice, A ugastus Luther, Carthage, N. Y. 

1890 Rice, Miss Carrie A Mukwanago, Wis. 

1883 Rice, Clarence Edgar Utica, N. Y. 

1878 Rice, Frank Skinner, Marlborough, Mass. 

1867 Rice, Jonas Franklin Coe Ridge, Ohio. 

1845 Rice. Lather, Watertown, N. Y. 

1859 Richardson, Chester Cheever, Warsaw, N. Y. 

1867 Richardson, Isaac K., Yorkshire Centre, N. Y. 

1887 Richardson, John, Belleville, Ohio. 

1888 Rider, Ira E 204 E. 82d St., New York, N. Y. 

1871 Rider, William Henry Gloucester, Mass. 

1891 Rlegel, Henry K., Westfield, Pa. 

1889 {F) Robinson, W. R., M.D., Tex. 

1883 Roblin, Joseph R Wellesley, Mass. 

1882 Roblin, Stephen Herbert, Bay Citv, Mich. 

1873 Roe, Thomas K., Guntersville, Ala. 

1879 Rogers, Arthar O ; Salem, Mass. 

1868 Rogers, Barton Filer, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

1882 (F) Rogers, Charles Henry, ..... Arkansas City, Kan. 

1856 Roripaugh, Stephen Leroy, Marietta, Cal. 

1891 Rose, Henry Reuben, Portsmouth, N. H. 

1889 Ross, A. Arnold, Haverhill, Mass. 

1854 Rugg, Henry Warren, D.D., . . 102 Mehrose St., Providence, R. I. 

1862 Russ, Benjamin Kimball, Gorham, N. H. 

. 1875 Russell, Byron Gustavus, .... Shelburne Fall^, Mass. 

1863 SufFord, Oscar Fitzalan, D.D., Deering, Me. 

1891 (L) Sahara, Takeo, Shiznoka, Japan. 

1889 Sahlin, George A., Woodlawn Park, Chicago, 111. 

1875 Sample, Samuel William, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1837 Sanford, John Hilman Berlin, Ottawa County, Mich. 

1847 Sanger, George Jedediah, Essex, Mass. 

1871 Sawyer, Royal Tyler, D.D., ... . Newtonville, Mass. 

^ 1829 Sawyer, Thomas Jefferson, D D., .... Tufts College, Mass. 

1851 Saxe, Asa, D.D., . « . . 7 Arnold Park, Rochester, N. Y. 

1844 Saxe, J. B., Fort Scott, Kan. 

1891 (L) Saylea, John A., Tufts College, Mass. 

1882 Schindler, John Franklin, Whitewater, Wis. 

1881 Scoboria, Joseph L., Westmoreland, N. H. 

1843 Scott, Alson, Plainfield, Vt. 

1869 Seitz, Joslah Augustus, West Concord, Vt. 

1882 Selleck, Willard Chamberlain, . 137 Commercial PI., Denver, Col. 

1848* Severance, George, Barnard, Vt. 

1877 Shaw, Miss Annette Jane, . 606 South Barstow St., Ean Clair. Wis. 

1873 Shepard, Henry Burr Oak, Mich. 

1807 Sherman, Nathan Drury, Sherman, Vt. 



110 UNIVEKSALI6T REGISTER. 

1887 II SherrilU J. B., Larklnflville, Ala. 

1862 Shinn, John Luke, Vilas, Kan. 

1870 Sblnn, Qaillen Hamilton, . . 2014 Lake SL, Omaba, Neb. 

1840 Shipman, Cbarles L , Oirard, Erie Coonty, Pa. 

1886 Shipman, William David, Akron, Ohio. 

1865 Shipman, William Rollin, D.D., .... Tufta College, Maaa. 

1835 Shrigley, James, . . 1901 Mt. Vernon St., Fhiladelpbia, Pa. 

1882 Sbomway, Mont Delia, Le Roy, N. Y. 

1887 (F) Shatter, Marion D., D.D., 1117 Norfolk Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1872 Simmons, Julias Frederick^ Woodstock, Vt. 

1891 (L) Simons, Mist Laura E,, Ramsey, Ark. 

1843 Simons, Silas Milton, Ramsey, Ark. 

1848 Skinner, Charles Aagnstns, Somerville, Mass. 

1862 Skinner, Orlando Anaheim, Cal. 

1845 Slade, Holmes McHenry, 111. 

1856 Smiley, Edward Richmond, Vt. 

1864 Smith, Aaron, Lehigh, Iowa. 

1891 {L) Smith, Alvan M., Canton, N. Y. 

1845 Smith, Benton, Mattapoisett, Mass. 

1891 (F) Smith, Charles Macomber, D.D Somervllle, Mass. 

1870 Smith, Henry Bernard, .... 10 Abbott St , Nashua. N. H. 

1881 Smith, Hiram Wooster, . . . . 1004 Bleeker St., Utlca, N. Y. 

1859 (F) Smith, Israel C, Vevay, Ind. 

1891 Smith, W. Franklin, ... 69 Pembroke St., BoMton, Mass. 

1887 (F) Smith, Watson Wllberforce, .... Worcester, Mass. 

1869 (F) Snook, Benjamin Franklin, . . . Webster City, Iowa. 

1858 Snow, Joseph Crocker, D.D., .... HaTerhill, Mass. 

1889 Sommers, H. O., Manchester, Iowa. 

1880 Soule, Mrs Caroline A., 24 KelTin Drive, Glasgow, W., Scotland. 

1876 Spafford, RoUa Oilmore, . . . . ^ Phoenix, Arieona. 
1845 Spaalding, Willard, D.D., S. Peal)ody, Mass. 

1877 Spencer. Lemuel Jefferson, La Crosse, Mo. 

1887 Spicer, Noel Edward York, Neb. 

1879 Sprague, Francis Willard, Brattleboro, Vt. 

1842 Squire, Salmon Ward, Franklin, Mass. 

1874 Squires, Lyman Hamilton, . . •158 Olive St., New Haven, Conn. 

1862 Start, William Augustus, ... 30 West St., Boston. Mass. 

1834 Stevens, David Thurston, Auburn, Me. 

1844 Stevenson, Benjamin Vamey, Ware, Mass. 

1843 Stewart, John H Bridgewater, N. Y. 

1832 Stickney, William Augustus, .... Cromwell, Conn. 

1872 Stocking, George Benedict, Jordan. N. Y. 

1888 Stoner, James A., Seneca, Kan. 

1891 • (L) Stoner, Mrs. Sarah L., Seneca, Kan. 

1862 Stowe, William Thomas, Oneonta, N. Y. 

1880 Strain, A. G ,. Fish Creek. Nolan Co., Tex. 

1880 Strain, Kossuth, Towaliga, Butts Countv. Ga. 

1888 Stratton, Thomas, Plymouth, N. H. 

1860 Straub, Jacob, D.D., Hoopeston, III. 

1887 (F) Street, John Kennedy, . ... . . . Waco, Tex. 

1869 Swectser. Edwin Chapin, D.D., . 1848 Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1885 Sykes, Richard Eddy, Little Falls, N. Y. 

1886 (F) Taber, J. Rnssell, M.D., . 263 Ryerson St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1874 Tabor, Manly Williams, Terre HantCr Ind. 

1862 Tabor, Timothy Hannibal, . . 774 Van Buren St., Chicago. III. 

1881 Taylor, James, 403 8th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1881 Temple, Edward Foster, Trenton, N. Y. 



TTNIYERSALIST REGISTER. Ill 



1878 Tenney, Charles Rockwell, . . 28 Glenarm St., Dorchester, Mass. 

1852 Thayer, Aaron Aldrich, Albert Lea, MiDn. 

1875 Thompson, J. Frank, Akron, Ohio. 

1876 Thompson, Thomas, Andover, N. H. 

1890 Thornton, Henry L Northfleld, Vt. 

1873 Titos, Anson 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1852 Tomlinson, Charles Weldon, D.D., .... Taunton, Mass. 

1888 Tomlinson, Irving Clinton, Arlini^ton, Mass. 

1884 Tomlinson, Vincent Eaton, . . 446 Warren St., Hudson, N. Y. 

1890 Torsleff, Andrew Jacob, Tufts College, Mass. 

1888 Towne, Robert Duke, Marlboro, N. H. 

1991 (L) Toxcnsend, Manley B., Canton, N. Y. 

1886 Towsley, Irving Middleporf, NY. 

1889 Trickey, William H Danvers, Mass. 

1891 (L) Trimble, Green Camp Hill, Ala. 

1872 (F) Tucker, William, D.D ,..:... Camden, Ohio. 

1875 Tnmlin, V. M., Dallas, Oa. 

1843 Tnttle, James Harvey, D.D., . 626 9th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1891 Tuttlc, Walter Augustus Winchester, N. H. 

1851 Tyler, Albert, Oxford, Mass. 

1839 Usher, James Madison, .... West Medford, Mass. 

1891 (L) Vail, Charles H, Canton, N. Y. 

1877 vail, Walter Scott, . . . 34 Hotel Bartelan, St. Paul, Minn. 

1870 Van Cise, Orson Fowler Omaha, Neb. 

1887 *{L) Van Cleave^ Alfred Comanche, Tex. 

1880 Vannevar, John, Canton, Mass. 

1847 Vaughn, Nicholas, Cannelton, Ind. 

1856 Vedder, Abner, ...... North Greenfield, Wis. 

1859 Vibbert, George H., .... 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1871 Vincent, James Danbury, Conn. 

1870 Waite, Charles Lewis, Brunswick, Me. 

1886 Walch, Alexander Francis, Peabody, Mass. 



(L) IValeSf Henry A., Mich. 

1890 (L) Wales, O. T. 1166 Oak St., S. E., Toledo, Ohio. 

1875 (F) Walker, W. B Reynolds, Ga. 

1848 Walworth, Henry Ryer, Baltimore, Md. 

1866 Ward, Samuel Roland Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

1841 Warren, Andrew Oliver, . . . . . . Montrose, Pa. 

1839 Warren, Lester, North Montpelier, Vt. 

1859 Weaver, Andrew Jackson Jctmore, Kan. 

1847 Weaver, George Sumner, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 

1891 (L) Webber, Edward W,, So. Buxton, Me. 

1889 Webster, Francis Ellsworth, Potsdam, N. Y. 

1848 Webfeter, Henry DeLafayette, .... Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

1874 Weeks, John Julius, Locust Vullev, N. Y. 

1888 (F) Westmoreland, C.T., Roybton, Ga. 

1868 Weston, Costello, Charlton, Mass. 

1882 Whippen, Frank Warren St. Albans, Vt. 

1884 Whitcomb, Solon A., . . 1448 Pierce Place, Washington, D. C. 

1880 White, Albert Cory don, Amesbury, Mass. 

1877 White, Alphonso Everett, . 199 Prospect St., Cambrldgeport, Mass. 

1863 White, Charles James, Woonsocket, 11. 1. 

1870 White, Henry Kirke, Sedalia, Mo. 

1875 White, Nehemiah, D.D., President, 711 E. Main St., Galcf^burg, III. 

1884 White, Rufus Austin, Newtonville, Mass. 

1891 White, William Shaw, ... 160 Huron St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

1877 Whitman, Harrison Spofford Bowdoinham, Me. 



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187fi Wbltnej, Elbert Watson, Milford, Mass. 

1846 Whitney, Qaincy, North Cambridge, Mass. 

1871 Wigle, Abraham J., Harrisbura, Ore. 

1887 WiVgus. Albert, Wash. 

1877 (F) Williams, David, Edlnbarg, III. 

1889 Williams, Leon 0., Claremont, N. H. 

/ 1891 {L) Williams, Lesler E Tofts College, Mass. 

1883 Williams, Winfield Soott, Baltimore, Md. 

1860 Wlllson, Andrew, RaTenna, Ohio. 

1878 Wilson, Joseph, Frankfort, Kan. 

1861 Wilson. Vear Porter, Denver. Col. 

1889 (F) Wing, Matthew Minneapolis, Minn. 

1835 Witherell, Joseph Freeman, . . ' . . . . Dexter, Me^ 

1877 Woodbridge, Warren Samael, . . 12 Pearl St , Medford, Mass. 

1846 Woodbury, Oliver Gordon, Salem, N. H. 

1848 Woodin, Robert, Onsted, Mich. 

1835 Woodhousc, Charles, M.D., Rutland, Vt. 

1886 *(L) WoodroWf Mrs. E. /., . . .• . . Marshalltown, Iowa. 

1878 Wood row, Thomas Wetherell, .... Marshalltown, Iowa. 
1891 (L) Wright, A, Ellsworth, Canton, N. Y. 

1887 (L) Wright, John M. Newport, Clay County, Tex, 

1838 Wripht, Nathan Reed, .... 24 Lincoln St., Lynn, Mass. 

1891 (L) Yager, Marion Philadelphia. Pa. 

1885 (F) Yates, F. M., Urbana, III. 

1886 *(L) Yergan, H, G.<, Ashland, Ind. 

1891 (L) Toshimura, Hizdeo, Tokyo, Japan. 

Total. 729 



No. LVIII. 



THE 



UNIYEESALIST EEGISTEE: 



OIVINO 



STATISTICS OF THE UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, 



▲KD OTHEB 



DENOMINATIONAL INFORMATION, ETC., 



For 1893. 



KDITBD BY 

RICHARD EDDY, D.D. 



BOSTON : 
UNIVERSALIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, 

30 West Strket. 

1893. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 1893. 



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The following pages are not as accurate as they ought to 
be nor as they would have been if repeated calls for infor- 
mation had been heeded by those who could have given it. 
It is very certain that errors of statement as to the condition 
of all parish interests are repeated, greatly to our detriment, 
year after year, because so many pay no heed to the appeals 
made by the publisher and editor. It is hoped that we make 
some advance each year towards accuracy, and it is believed 
that by persistent effort we may some time succeed in obtain- 
ing reports from all. 

Important service has been rendered by many, and thanks 
are heartily tendered to all who have, by response to appeal 
and by suggestions, sympathized with and aided the effort 
for full and accurate reports. 



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ECLIFSBS FOR THE YEAR 1893. 

There will be two Eclipses this j-ear, both of the Bun. 

I. A Total Eclipse of the Sun, April 16, Invisible Id New Englaod, but 
visible throughout South America, a large part of Africa, the western part of Asia 
and southern part of Europe, as well as in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. 

II. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, Oct. 0, invisible in New England, but 
visible throughout the western portions of North and South America, the north- 
eastern part of Asia, as well as in the Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific Ocean and a 
small portion of the Atlantic Ocean. 

MORNING AND EVENING STABS. 

Venu9 will be Morning Star till May 2, then Evening Star the rest of the year. 
Mar» will be Evening Sur till Sept. 4, then Morning Star the rest of the year. 
Jupiter will be Evening Star till April 27, Morning Star till Nov. 18, then Evening 
SUr the rest of the year. Saturn will be Morning Star till March 29, Evening SUr 
till Oct. 8, then Morning Star the rest of the year. 

The most favorable times for seeing Mercury in 1893 will be about March 14, 
July 11 and Nov. &, in the west after sunset; and April 28, Aug. 25 and Dec. 14, In 
the east before sunrise. 



Ash Wednesday, . . February 16 
Palm Sunday, . . March 26 



Good Friday, .... March 31 



FESTIVALS AND FASTS. 

Easter Sunday, . . . April 2 

Whit-Sunday, . . May 21 

Christmas, . . . December 25 



RATES OF POSTAGE IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Postal Cards, one cent each. All letters, two cents for each ounce or fraction 
thereof. 

Drop Letters, two cents each in cities and towns where the carrier system is 
adopted; elsewhere, one cent. 

First Class. All written matter, and all tied or sealed matter, is first class, and 
must pay two cents per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Second Class. Only for publishers and newspaper agents, one cent per pound. 

Third Class. Includes all printed matter in unsealed wrappers, one cent for each 
two ounces and fraction thereof. 

Fourth Class. Includes small parcels, not sealed, to the limit of four pounds, at 
one cent per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Postal Notes under $5, three cents. « 

Money Orders not exceeding $5, five cents; over fo and not exceeding $10, eight 
cents; $50, twenty-five cents; $100, forty-five cents. 

Special Delivery Letters, ten cents in addition to regular postage. 

Foreign Letters. To Europe, five cents for each half-ounce, and newspapers one 
cent for each two ounces; to Australia and China, fifteen cents; British India, via 
Italian mail, five cents. 



Universalist Register for 1893. 



THE GENERAL CONVENTION. 

The Universalist General Convention, having jurisdiction over 
the ecclesiastical organizations of the Universalist Church in the 
United States and Canadian Provinces, meets biennially. The next 
session — 1893 — will be held at such place as may be selected by 
the Board of Trustees, on the Wednesday preceding the fourth 
Sunday in October. Preacher of the Occasional Sermon, T. J. 
Sawyer, D.D. The Convention is composed of the Presidents (or, 
in their absence, the Vice-Presidents) and Secretaries of the State 
Conventions, and of clerical and lay delegates from the State 
Conventions, each State being entitled to one clerical and two lay 
delegates, and to an additional number of each class of delegates 
in proportion to the aggregate of its parishes and clergymen. At 
least four parishes must be organized and established in a State 
before a State Convention can be formed, but a less number of 
parishes may unite to choose one delegate, clerical or lay, to 
represent them in the Genei*al Convention, and if there be but one 
parish so situated, it is entitled to one delegate. In all such States 
or Territories the General Convention has original jurisdiction. 

All laws relating to fellowship, ordination and discipline origi- 
nate in the General Convention, and it is the final court of appeal 
in all cases of dispute or diflSculty between State Conventions. It 
is an incorporated body, empowered to hold real and personal 
estate to the value of five hundred thousand dollars, "to be 
devoted exclusively to the diffusion of Christian knowledge, by 
means of missionaries, publications and other agencies.** In the 
interim of sessions the interests of the Convention are watched 
over and managed by a Board of Trustees. The funds of the 
Convention, as reported at the Conference in Buffalo, N. Y., in 
October, 1892, aggregate $254,645.85, and are distributed as 
follows : — 



6 UNIVERSAJLIST REGISTER. 

I. The Murray Centenary Fund^ created in 1870 as a memorial 
of the one hundredth anniversary of Rjbv. John Mun-ay's first ser- 
mon in America, $126,249.53. The income of tliis fund is used ** in 
the aid of theological students, the distribution of Universalist 
literature, church extension and the missionary cause." 

II. The Theological Scholarship Fund, This f vmd is created by 
the repayment of loans made to theological students. It now 
amounts to $41,255.05, and the income is appropriated to loans to 
new students. 

III. Church Extension Fund, Started in 1884 on the modest 
foundation of $210, this fund, the income of which is to be devoted 
as its name indicates, now amounts to $8,124.63. 

IV. Gunn, Ministerial Relief Fund, The late John G. Gunn of 
New York bequeathed to the Convention the sum of $8,000, " to 
create a fund for the relief, support and maintenance of needy 
clergymen, their widows and families, of the Universalist denom- 
ination," except those in fellowship through the New York State 
Convention, which had an endowment for that purpose. The 
fund now amounts to $12,411.43. 

V. Ada Tibbetta Memorial Fund, During the year 1886 the 
Rev. A. Tibbetts of Urbana, 111., one of the early graduates of the 
Canton Theological School, conveyed to the Convention, in fee 
simple, 200 acres of farm land in Champaign County, 111., moder- 
ately valued at $60 per acre, subject to a lien of $4,100, on con- 
dition that he is to have the use, occupancy and income of the 
property during his natural life ; and that perpetually thereafter 
one-tenth of the income shall be added annually to the principal 
of the fund, the remaining nine-tenths to be applied, at the 
discretion of the Trustees, to the purposes of the Convention. He 
has since conveyed to the Convention a farm in Ford County, HI., 
valued at $3,600, subject to a lien of $2,000. The property is 
under contracts of sale, and its value over and above the liens is 
$9,260. 

VI. Waverly (Iowa) Fund. $800. 

VII. G, L. Demarest Reserve Fund. $14,000. 

VIII. William H. Ryder Fund, $25,000. The income only to 
be used, " at the discretion of the Board of Trustees, for the edu- 
'^ation of young persons for the ministry of the Universalist 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 7 

Church," But the Board may, in a certain contingency, apply a 
portion of such income " to the credit of any Missionary or Church 
Extension Fund " under their control and direction. 

IX. Draper Fund. The late Mr. Eben D. Draper of Boston, 
Mass., bequeathed to the General Convention the sum of |2,000, 
to be expended for missionary purposes in the western States. 
Present amount of the fund, 1 1,400. 

X. The " T " Fund, A lady of New York, who desires that her 
name shall not at present be published, has paid f 6,905 to the 
Convention as the beginning of a fund, the income of which shall 
be paid to her during her natural life, and thereafter shall be 
added to the Theological Scholarship Fund. 

XI. Henry P. Porter Fund. $1,000. 
Xn. Guaranty Fund. $347.29. 

The aggregate increase of the Convention funds during the 
Convention year 1891-92 was $7,550.20. The appropriations 
for the Convention year 1892-93 are $22,200, with whatever 
surplus of income from any source may be deemed best by the 
Trustees. 

The Board of Trustees have been authorized and directed " to 
provide for a Universalist Church Conference or Conferences, to 
be held at some central location or locations, in the years inter- 
vening between the regular sessions of the Convention, not for 
ecclesiastical, legislative or financial work, but for the purpose 
of considering important questions relating to religion, morals 
and education." The Conference for 1892 was held at Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

A mission to Japan was established in 1890, the sum of $62,000, 
one-fifth payable annually, having been subscribed. Details in 
regard to this mission are given on page 61. 

The officers of the Convention are : — 

President — Hon. Henry B. Metcalf , Pawtucket, R. I. 

Vice-President — Hon. Charles H. Russell, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Secretary — G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. H. 

Treasurer — Ebenezer Alexander, Boston, Mass. 

Trustees — J. D. W. Joy, Boston, Mass., Chairman ; Hon. Sidney 
Perham, Paris, Me. ; H. \\\ Rugg, D.D., Providence, R. I. ; Mrs. G. 
B. Marsh, Chicago, 111. ; E. H. Capen, D.D., Tufts College, Mass. ; 



8 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Samuel Kert*, Chicago, 111. ; E. C. Sweetser, D.D., Philadelphia, 
Pa.; E. R. Holden, New York; Gen. John C. Graves, Buffalo, 
N. Y. ; E. H. Cole, New York ; G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, 
N. H., Secretary, 

Assistant Secretary — Rev. Cephas B. Lynn, Tufts College, 
Mass. 

Sunday-school Library Commission — Rev. J. N. Emery, Bridge- 
port, Conn. ; Charles Caverly, 30 West St., Boston, Mass. ; Miss 
Mary Snow, Orleans, Mass.; Miss Mary A. Ellis, 117 North 
Avenue, North Cambridge, Mass. ; Mrs. Almon Gunnison, Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

The Woman's Centenary Assoctation. — In 1869 the women 
of the Universalist Church formed an Aid Association to assist in 
raising the Mun'ay Fund. When this work was accomplished 
they enlarged the sphere of their operations and became an incor- 
porated body under the name here given. 

Dating from 1875 the Association has, during a large portion of 
the time, supported a missionary in Scotland. Rev. Marion 
Crosley, J.W. Hanson, D.D., Rev. Caroline A. Soule and Rev. 
Charles A. C. Garst — the latter still in the field — have been so 
employed. It also shares with the General Convention in sustain- 
ing a missionary in Texas. It has published and distributed 
editions of sixty-eight valuable tracts, aggregating 6,000,000 
pages. 

The Association meets at the time and place of the session of 
the General Convention, and special meetings are held during the 
year in connection with the session of the State Conventions where 
its work is organized. It is supported by annual, life and patron 
memberships, and by voluntary contributions. Annual membec- 
ships, |1 ; life memberships, $25 ; patron, flOO. It reported to the 
General Convention in October, 1892, total receipts for the year, 
$3,634.12 ; disbursements, |3,618.29 ; permanent fund, $10,603. 

Officers for 1892-93 : President -- Mrs C. A. Quinby, Augusta, 
Me.; Vice-President — Mrs. M. A. Adams, Melrose Highlands, 
Mass. ; Recording Secretary — Mrs. E. D. Browne, Honeoye Falls, 
N. Y. ; Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. E. L Sherwood, Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; rre<Wttrer— Mrs. M. M. Dean, 942 P St., Washington, 
D. C. ; Vice-President-iU'large — Mrs. M. L. Thomas, New York, 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 9 

N. Y. ; Vice-President for England, Mrs. Robert Spear, London, 
England. 

The names of the other Vice-Presidents, so far as known, will 
be found in succeeding pages appended lo the statistics of the 
respective State Conventions. 

The Young People's Christian Union of the Universalist 
Church was organized at Lynn, Mass., in October, 1889. Its 
object is to unite tlie young people's organizations connected with 
the Universalist Church President — Herbert B. Briggs, Cleve- 
land, Ohio; Secretary — James D. Tillinghast, Tufts College, 
Mass. ; Trectsurer — Miss Lizzie H. Goldthwaite, Box 325, Dan- 
' vers, Mass. ; Executive Boards Miss Angle M. Brooks, Portland, 
Me.; Mrs. Mary Grace Canfield, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. Thomas 
Moore, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Rev. A. C. Grier, Charles City, Iowa. 

The Universalist Historical Society — This Society was 
organized in 1834 for the collection of facts, books and papers 
pertaining to the history and condition of Universalism. The 
Society is incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts. It has 
a library of about three thousand volumes, besides important 
manuscripts and papers. This library has been of great help in 
tracing the history and fortunes of our distinguishing faith in 
other countries and times. Donations of books and money are 
earnestly solicited, that the library may be rendered as complete 
as possible and its usefulness augmented. President — Richard 
Eddy, D.D., East Providence, R. I. ; Vice-PresidcTit — Hon. Olney 
Arnold, Pawtucket, R. I. ; Secretary and Librarian — T. J. Sawyer, 
D.D., Tufts Cgllege, Mass.; Trtistees — Rev. V. E. Tomlinson, 
, Hudson, N. Y. ; G. L. Demarest, D.D , Manchester, N. H. 



10 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



STATISTICS. 



In the following Classification by States and Ter- 
ritories A Tabular Exhibit of Universalist Parishes, 
Churches and Sunday-schools is shown. Information 
respecting State Conventions is also given. 



[The location of parUbea according to poet-offioe addrcflfl la ahown in the first 
column ; where a fraction appears after the name of a parish it indicates that preach* 
ing services are held part of the time; (oc.) denotes that there is only occasional 
preaching; (m.) monthly services; (dor.) that the society is inactive; ||that the 
parish is not in formal fellowship. The number of families included in the re> 
specUve parishes is given under the proper heading. The date of organization both 
of Churches and Sunday-schools is indicated in separate columns, with the mem- 
bership of each organization. Under the head of *' Church Edifices," the date of 
dedications is given when known. Dh. denotes that the parish is part owner in a 
union house of worship; the abbreviations br, (brick), $t, (stone), t«. (wood), in- 
dicate the material of the structure; prop, shows that the parish holds other property 
besides a church edifice. Under the head of *' Values" appears the amount of all 
property after deducting indebtedness. In the column designated ** Preachers " the 
names of pastors or regular supplies are given. If the name is in itellcs the 
preacher is a licentiate; parallels (||) show that he is not in the Universalist 
fellowship.] 

The stetistlcs are taken from reporte direct from the pastors or preachers, and 
from official reporte of Stete Convention secreterles, where such have been received. 
In the absence of information of recent date from either of the above sources, 
changes are noted as indicated in the denominational papers; and in the absence of 
any recent information, the figures of last year are used. 

Parhhes that have not reported for thie U%ue of the Regltter have their namet 
printed in italics. 

Alabama. 



Farithci. 


Churches. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


PfBschen. 


Poft-ufflces. F«inille«. 


Org. No. 


OrR. Ko. 


Date*. Values. 




Arioste (m.), . . 12 
Sretcton (dor.), . 6 
Camp Hill, 1, . . 40 


1891—42 
1888—30 
1848-200 


1884-50 
1884-40 


1891— u;. $1,000 
1883— w. 800 
1884— w. 1,000 


E. 6. Arms. 
J. C. Bnrruss. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



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Paruhes. 


CfauTChea. 
Org. No. 


S. School!. ; Church Edifices. 


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Post-offices. 1 FamiUea. 


Org. No. j Dates. ' Values. 




O rove Hill (oc). • - 
LarkinMville (oc), . 6 
Myrtle Tree {dor.), 8 
Notaaulga, 1, ... 6 


1891—17 
1883—23 
1860—34 
1860—17 


33 
1884—28 


1892— ic. $400 

w. 600 
1860— tr. 800 


J. 0. BarruBB. 
||J. B. Sberrlll. 

J. C. BurruBB. 


Totals- 7 ... 78 


7-863 


4—151 


6— $4,600 





Arkansas. 

Rev. S. M. Simons, residing at Ramsey, itinerates over a 
large territory. 

California. 

State Convention organized June 1,1887. Pres, — Hon. 
A. G. Throop, Pasadena ; Vice-Pres, — G. H. Deere, D.D., 
Riverside; Sec. — Rev. E. L. Conger, D.D., Pasadena; 
Treas. — Arthur H. Conger, Pasadena; Tirus, — G. F. 
Robinson, Oakland ; William Finch, Riverside ; W. L. 
Hardison, Santa Paula; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
S. Goodenough, Santa Clara ; Rev. L. M. Andrews ; Dr. "W. 
F. Southard. Session of 1893 to be held at Santa Paula. 
Predcher of Occdsional Sermon — Rev. Edgar Leavitt. Per- 
manent Fund, $1,800. 

Young People^ 8 Christian Union — Mrs. L. "W. Andrews, 
Pasadena, Sec. 

Woman's UniverscUist Association^ organized in 1889. 
Meets at the same time and place as the State Convention. 
Pres. — Mrs. H. B. Manford; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. E. L. 
Conger; Sec. — Mrs. T. S. Vail, Pasadena ; Treas. — Mrs. 
L. N. Shaw. 

Vice' Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Ella 
Munson, Pasadena. 



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UNIVERSAIJST REGISTER. 



Pariahes. Churches. S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. , 


Preachers. 


Fost-ofBccfl. Families. Org. No. Oig. No. 


Oat«s. Values, j 


Uanford - 

Oakland. .... 59 
Pasadena, ... 100 

Pomona, .... 21 

Riveraide, ... 40 
Santa Ana, ... 30 
Santa Cruz, ... 40 
San Diego, . . . - 
San Francisco (oc), 35 
Santa Paula,. . . 98 


1888—91 
1889-158 

1892-29 

1881-20 
1886—21 
1890—24 

1890-120 


1883—85 
1887-150 

1891—30 

1881—30 
1886-21 
1890-25 

1889-149 


1888— tr. $11,500 
1888-u>. 8c br. 

50,000 

1885— w. 1,200 

Prop. 2,000 

1892— •<. 26,000 

Prop. 60 

1892— «^ & br. 
18,500 
Prop. 1,000 


S. GoodenoDgh. 
E. L. Conger, o.D. 

E. M. Clark. 

G. H. Deere, D j>. 

Edgar Leavltt. 

Q. H. Shlnn. 
L. M. Andrews. 


Totals— 10 . . 423 


7—463 


7—490 


5— $109,260 





Canada. 

Province of Ontario. 

Provincial Convention, organized in 1877, meets in June, 
the day to be determined later. Session for 1893 as may be 
announced hereafter. Pres, — John McBride ; Vice-Pres. — 
J. M. Mallory; Sec, — Edward Irvine, Fulton; Treas. — 
Thomas Theal ; Trtis. — R. "Wood, J. Jackson, R. Bruner ; 
Committee of Fellowship — Thomas Theal, Fulton; Edwin 
Irvine, Smithville ; David Ellsworth, Bloomfield ; Trus, of 
Missionary Fund — J. T. Middleton, R. Wood, T. Theal, 
Miss J. J. Johnson. Permanent Fund, $700. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. J. 6. 
Cobb, Smithville. 



Farishei. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


FTcachm. 


Post-ofBces. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates, Values. 




BUnAeim, k,. . . 86 
Bloomfitld, ... 26 

Nixon, 14 

Olinda, .... 85 
Port Dover, \, . . 20 
8mHhtille,\, . . 30 


1878-80 
1848—50 

1883—10 
1883—17 
1883-24 
1861-50 


1889—30 
1889-60 


1878- frr. $2,000 
1856— to. 1,000 
Prop. 1,300 
1887— tr. 1,000 
1881-6r. 1,800 
1871-r^r. 1,800 
1850-to. 1,200 




Totals-6 . . 169 


6-181 


2-90 


6— $10,100 





UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



13 



Province of Quebec. 

Parishes in the Province of Quebec have the fellowship of 
the Vermont Convention. The parish at Halifax, N. S., has 
the fellowship of the Maine Convention. 

Vice-Pres, Woman^s Centenary Association — Mrs. Alice 
J. Allen, Waterloo. 



Pariahes. 


Churches. 


S. SchooU. 


Church Edifloet. 


Pr^ArHem. 


Poit-ofBoei. F&tiiUies. 


Org. No. ' OrR. No. 


Dates. Value*. 




Ma»9awlppl, . . 15 
Hatley, { 40 i 

HontiDgvllle, . . 55 

WaUrloo 20 

OoaUook^ . . . . 15 1 
Moea River» (• . . - 
Halifax,^, ^.,, . 60 

Summ<r»ide,^JB.l.t - 


1870—26 

1867—54 
1871—77 

1891—30 
1854-125 

1891—15 


1872-25 

1871—70 

1891-25 
1843-70 


- Un. $3,000 

Prop. 2,000 

1843— fc. 2,000 

1870— 6r. 10,000 

1874— 6r. 60,000 
Prop. 60,000 


W. D. Potter. 
W. D. Potter. 

W. D. Potter. 
T. B. Gregory. 


Totals— 8 . . 205 


6-327 


4—190 


4— $137,000 





Colorado. 

St. Paul's Universalist Church was organized at Denver^ 
March 29, 1891. Number of Families, 50; Church Mem- 
bers, 75 ; total in Sunday-school, 40. Pastor — Rev. W. C. 
Sellick. Former Registers have said : A parish at Long- 
mont, organized in 1878 ; a Sunday-school of 30 members 
at Atwood. 

Connecticut. 

State Convention, organized in 1832, meets the third 
Wednesday in September. Pres. — W. S. Perkins, D.D., 
Meriden; Vice-Pres. — C. G. Lincoln; Sec. — Rev. E. M. 
Grant, Stamford; Treas, — M. M. Whittemore ; Trus. — 
T. F. Lamb, New Haven ; Wallace K. Bacon, Middletown ; 
Joseph T. Bates, Danbury ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
J. N. Emery, Bridgeport ; Rev. James Vincent, Danbury ; 



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UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 



J. Merriam, Middletown ; Place of Meeting in 1893 — Dan- 
bury; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. N. Emery. 
Fund — $40,573.44. 

Young PeopWs Christian Union, Pres, — Walter Dodge, 
Stamford ; Vice-Pres. — A. N. Foster, Meriden ; Sec. — 
Miss Jennie Smith, Stafford ; Treas. — Miss Mabel Sher- 
man, New Haven. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. H. A. 
Manning, Stamford. 

Associations — 1. Southern^ organized in 1836, meets the 
second Wednesday in Jane. Rev. E. M. Grant, Stamford, 
Clerk, 

2. Quinnehaug^ organized in 1836, meets the third 
Wednesday in June. F. I. Champlain, Norwich, Clerk. 



Pariahea. 



Poat-offlcci. 



I Churches. S. School«. { Church Edifices. 
Familiea. Orj;- ' No. i Org. | No. ' Dates. 



Vahies. 



Preachera. 



Bridgeport, . . 


. 150 


1845-131 


1850-130 


Danbury, . . . 


. 72 


1884—69 


1838-51 


Oranbyf . . . 


. 18 


1848-30 


1847—25 


Hariford^ . . . 
Long Ridgft i, . 


1 175 
. 24 


1840-238 
1869-14 


1860-357 
1862—25 


Heriden, . . . 
Middletown, . . 


. 155 
. 130 


1863-263 
1846-165 


1863-366 
1839-204 


New Britain, . . 40 
New HaveD, Ist, . 105 
New London {^or.)t 40 

Norwich 146 

PtUnantt .... 85 
Scotland (m.), . . 18 


1886—30 
1852-08 

1838-126 
1891—31 


1884—60 
1877—80 
1882—40 
1841-220 
1886-100 


Stafford, . . . 


. 58 


1847-43 


184&-85 


Stanford, . . 


. 80 


1847-131 


1870-150 


ThompaonviUe, 


. 40 


1880-22 


1870—46 


WaUrbury (oc), 


• ^ 


- 


- 


Totala— 17 . 


1,336 


14-1,801 


15-1,038 



1850— «^ 

Prop. 
1853— tc. 

Prop. 
1847— w. 

Prop. 
1860-^^r. 
1834— ic. 

Prop. 
1863— «^ 
1839— tr. 

Prop. 
1884— 6r. 
1877— 6r. 
1882-«<. 
1841— 6r. 
1889— to. 
1845 -ir. 

Prop, 
1845— u>. 

Prop, 
1870— «<. 

Prop. 
1880—117. 

Prop. 
1870— w. 



$45,000 

6,000 

5,000 

12,000 

1,500 

1,200 

75,000 

4,500 

1,400 

100,000 

25,000 

8,000 

15,000 

28,000 

25,000 

13,000 

7,000 

2,000 

1.000 

6,000 

10,400 

40,000 

8,000 

2,000 

300 

10,000 



J. N. Emery. 
J. Vincent. 

W. H. Dearborn. 



W. 8. Perklne, D.i>. 
H. Cloeaon. 

A. Chase. 

L. H. Sqairee. 



T. C. Druley. 
E. M.Orant. 



17— $451,800 



UNIVERSALTST REGISTER. 



15 



District of Columbia. 

At Washington, a parish of seventy-five families ; church, 
organized in 1874, of one hundred and thirty-five members ; 
Sunday-school, organized in 1869, sixty members ; church 
edifice, brick, value $50,000. Pastor — Rev. A. G. Rogers. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. J. C. 
Webb. 

Florida. 

Vice-Pres, Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. Delia 
Whitcomb, Tarpon Springs. 



PariihM. 


Churchei. 1 S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Tht^^Mo^^rm 


Foit-offlces. Families. 


Otk- No. 


Org. No. 


Dates, j Values. 




Z>« Funiak Springt 

(oc.) - 

De Land, . . . . - 
Lake View, . . . - 
Tarpon Springs 
(winter), ... 26 


1889—16 

1887—14 

- 18 

1886—18 


- 


1886— W. $1,500 


H. D. L. Webster. 


Totals— 4 . . 26 


4—66 


- 


1— $1,500 





Georgia. 

The State Convention, organized in 1838, reorganized in 
1869, meets on Friday before second Sunday in August. 
Pres. — John Adams, Monroe; Sec, — H. D. McCutcheon, 
Pleasant Valley; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. D. B. 
Clayton, Rev. Thos. Chapman, Rev. V. M. Tumlin, Rev. J. 
H. Park, Rev. K. Strain. 



Parishes. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Preachers. 




Post-offlees. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dateai Values. 




Afford Chapel (m.), 11 
Atlanta (dor.), . . 20 


1886-11 
1879-30 


- 


1869— U). $850 


E. Strain. 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Parishef. 




Churches. 


S. School*. 


Church Edifices. 
















Preachen. 


Post-uffices. Faiiiilies. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Carroll County, . 


. 


1881-10 - 


. 




§ 
A. Melton. 


Consolation, Etta 














(w.) 


7 


1890—17 


> • 


lS\iO—logs 


$75 


V. M. Tumlln. 


CoDBolation, Mon. 














roe (m.)» • • • 


14 


1887—66 


- - 


1886— M>. 


600 


T. Chapman. 


Free Mansion, 














Jug Tavern (m.)t 


12 


1889—22 


- 


1889— IT. 


150 


T. Chapman. 


Friendship {oc), , 
Oum Crrfk {dor.). 


6 


18.59— 8 


- - 


1871-10. 


200 




4 


1875—11 


— - 


1874— M>. 


1,000 




Mulberry (m.)i> • 


28 


1870-50 


- 40 


1885— u». 


400 


T. Chapman. 
W. R. Melton. 


Mableton, .... 


4 


6 


— — 


- . 


. 


New Harmony, 














Windsor (f».)i . 


30 


1883—68 


1889-67 


1887-10. 


600 


T. Chapman. 


Old Harmony, Gor- 














veta County (m.), 


10 


1843—30 


> - 


1843— toy« 


75 


K. Strain. 


Pleasant Valley, . 


12 


1874—68 


- _ 


1876— to. 


400 




Salem, Chen)kee 












• 


(m.), 


11 


1862-35 


- - 


1868— to. 


400 




Troup Factory {dor.) , 4 


- 


.. 


- 


- 




Union Orove, New- 














ton Factory, . . 
Waleaca (m.), . . 


20 


1887—40 


_ — 


1886— to. 


150 


K. Strain. 


12 


1858—56 


— -. 


1858— to. 


500 


J. A. Rhyne. 


West Bowerscitle, . 


^ 


- 82 


1889—66 


1881—10. 


200 


J. M. Bowers. 


ToUU— 18 . . 


200 


17-638 


3—162 


14— $4,900 





Idaho. 

A parish at Lewiston, organized in 1877 ; church of 
twenty- three members, organized in 1879, and a Sunday- 
school of ten members. Occasional preaching by Rev. T. 
Abbott. Church edifice valued at $2,500. 



Illinois. 

The State Convention, organized in 1837, meets tUe fourth 
Tuesday in September. Pres. — F. A. Winkleman, Chi- 
cago ; Vice-Pres. — M. H. Harris, D.D. ; Sec. — George F. 
Hughes, 1109 Tacoma Building, Chicago ; Treaa. — H. H, 
Massey, Blue Island; Trus. — A.J. Canfield, D.D., Rev. 
R. A. White, James H. Swan, A. H. Trego, Mrs. O. W. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 17 

Nash, Rev. A. H.'Laing; Committee of Fellowship — B, 
F. Monroe, Englewood, Chairman^ J. Straub, D.D., Rev, 
George Cram, Rev. A. N. Alcott, Rev. Mrs. E. L. Newport, 
T. J. Hale; Trustees of the ^^ Ryder Ministerial Relief 
Fund" — James H. Swan, S. W. Straub, Edward A. Dicker ; 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — A. J. Canfield, D.D. Per- 
manent Fund, $4,744.84. 

Young People's Christian Union of Illinois. Pres. — 
E. E. Hamand, Galesburg; Vice-Pres. — Miss Gertrude 
Gilson, Blue Island ; Sec. — Miss Gertie Straub, Hoopeston ; 
TVecM. — Miss Emily Roche, Blue Island. 

Associations. — 1. Fox River ^ organized in 1841, meets 
the second Tuesday in June. O. W. Nash, Oak Park, Clerk, 

2. Rock RivcTy organized in 1852, meets Friday before 
the second Sunday in October. H. R. Sampson, Morrison, 
Clerk, 

8. Spoon River ^ organized in 1841, meets the third Satur- 
day in May. Session for 1893 at Galesburg. E. E. Ham- 
and, Galesburg, Clerk. 

4. Lower Wa^ashy organized in 1871, meets Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Carrie Mattoon, Greenup, 
Clerk. 

5. Central^ reorganized in 1891, meets the third Tuesday 
in May. Session for 1893 at Urbana. Preach,er of Occa- 
sional Sermon — Jacob Straub, D.D. E. E. Hamand, 
Galesburg, Clerk. 

The Universalist Woman's Association of Illinois^ organ- 
ized in 1868. Pres. — Mrs. M. R. M. Wallace, 2222 Wabash 
Ave., Chicago; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. D. W. Richardson; Sec. 
— Miss Belle Gibson, 745 Washington Boulevard, Chicago ; 
Treas. — Mrs. O. W. Nash, Oak Park. 



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UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Chicago Universaliat Sunday-School Union. Pres, — 
Samuel Kerr, Esq., Chicago ; Sec. — Mrs. R. A. Small, Blae 
Island; Trea^. — H. N. Kingman, Chicago. 



■FaiishM. 



Foil-oflleei. 



FuniUc 



ChurchM. 



Oig. No 



S. School*. 



Org. No. 



Church EdilloM. 



Datcf. Yaluei. 



Pmichcn. 



Apple Creek (dor.), 20 
Aurora (dor.), . . 100 

Avorit i 46 

Beecher City, |, . 25 
BeMdere, l, . . . 28 
Blue Islana, ... 45 
Chicago, l$t, . . 200 

Chicago, 2d, . . .200 
Chicago, Sd,. . . 60 
Chicago, Engle- 

wood, .... 160 
Chicago, Lawn, . 20 
« Chicago, Woodlawn 

Park 60 

Convention Church, - 
Cowden, |, ... 20 
Decatur, . . . .60 
IHxon, i, .... 16 
EarlTille, |, . . .40 

Stgin 126 

~ 00 

16 

12 
13 

15 
66 



Chaleaburg, 
Oirard (oc.)i * « 
Oood Hope {P. 0. 

Casey) 

Oreenup (m.), . . 
HcDderaoD Orove 

Gerlaw, }, . . . 
HoopestoD, . . . 



HaUonv111e(m.), . 20 

Joliet • . 76 

Lafayette, ... 12 
LibertyuiUe, I, . 



Le Rov, .... 40 

Lincoln (dor.), . . 14 
LiUie Hickory (P. 

O. Bingham), . 16 

Macomb, i, ... 80 

Maneiliee, ), • . 60 

McHcDry, ... 10 

Morrison, .... 37 

jn.Pulaikiioc.),. 20 

yew Botton (oc), . 20 

Oak Park, ... 66 

JPecatonica, ), . . 16 

Peoria, 834 

Plainfield, ... 16 

Rochetle {dor.), . 12 

Rote Sill {m,),, . 20 



1874-12 
1844—70 
1868-116 
1874-41 
26 
1866-70 
1848-460 

1868-476 
1887—60 

1881-264 



28 
1878—21 
1864—00 
1886—20 
1882—34 
1867-173 
1857-100 
1862—80 



42 

1879— A4 

26 
1882-140 



1876-^46 
1844—70 
1800—50 
1887—20 
40 
1848 130 
1843-400 

1860-360 
1886-100 

1879-266 
1888-60 

1888-76 



30 
1864—46 
1886-20 
1868—70 
1866-120 
1857-120 
1886-00 

26 
60 

25 
1882-132 



1870--37 1871—30 



18U-60 
1878—25 



1878-67 



1878—40 
1864-110 
1877—66 
1866—13 
1870—48 
40 

1866—45 
1882—44 

1860—47 
1866-104 

10 

1862—86 



1846-103 
1877—61 



1891—65 



1868—80 
1860-100 
1866—60 
1870—50 
1872—25 

1862—60 
1871-120 

1883—28 

1863-168 

1884—36 

80 

- 100 



1871— w. 
1867— «f. 
1868— u>. 
1870— ic. 
Jhrop. 
1865— «r. 
1888— «^ 

1886-dr. 
1892—10. 



$3,620 

30,000 

4,000 

600 

660 

16,000 

126,000 

66,000 

6,200 



1889— 6r. 26,000 



1887-^. 10,000 



- VD. 

1866— &r. 
1873-«<. 
1867-*r. 
1871— w>. 
1862— tr. 
1869— i«. 



to. 

1891— to. 
1885—10. 
Prop, 
1871— to. 
1850-^^ 
1875-to. 



400 
16,000 
16,000 
15,000 
10,000 
10.000 
2,000 

1,000 
1,600 

1,000 

6.000 

600 

600 

90,000 

4,000 



1884—10. 2,600 
1866— &r. 8,000 



to. 
1866—10. 
1860— 10. 
1854— to. 
1868—^. 
1861-ftr. 
Prop, 
1856—10. 
1871— to. 

1863— to. 

1868-6r. 

1868—10. 

1882-to. 



400 
8,000 
2,600 
2,000 

10,000 

1,000 

400 

2,600 

hit. 

11,000 
2,000 

40,000 
2,000 
2,000 
1,000 



J. K. DlUon. 
8. Crane, d J>. 
W. R. Libby. 

A.J.Canfleld,D.]>. 
M. H. Harria, d j>. 
L. J. DluBmore. 

R. A. White. 



J. K. Dillon. 

G. W. BkiUiDg. 
8. Crane, d.d. 

A. N. AlooU. 

B. J. Chaffee. 



I. B. Grandy. 

J. Hnghea. 
J. Straub, d.d. 

J. A. Crouch. 
A. H. Lalng. 



J. 8. Cook. 



L. W. Brlgham. 

H. Blade. 

J. P. MaeLean. 



R. F. Johonnot. 

R. B. Marsh. 
J. Merrifleld. 



UKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



19 



Fftmhea. 


Churches. ' 8. Schooli. 


Church Edificei. 


lf^r0^^\\mrm 


Poflt-offlee*. Familicf. 


Org. No. Org. No. 


DfttM. Taluet. 




8barpcbarg(m.), . 10 
Sheridan {dor.), . 
Sprino/leld, ... 50 
Suea,J, .... 25 
8toan*8 Creek, . . 35 
Sycamore, ... 75 
TabU Grove, i, . . 21 
Union (dor.)i • . 10 
Urbana. .... 30 
Verona, i, ... 26 
WaupODsee. i, . . 20 
WheaUm {dor,), . 14 
Windtor, .... 25 
Woodstock {dor,),. 20 


1881—25 

1884-50 

1878—16 
1877-100 
1868—46 

1850-100 
1887—17 
1889—20 
1878—20 
1880—32 


1891—50 

- 35 
1884—40 

75 
1878-136 
1860-^15 

185a-45 

188S-45 
1861—20 

- 40 


1891— W. $1,800 

- 1,600 
1857— 6r. 15,000 

- - 600 

100 

1887— ^»r. 12,000 

1868— 2.000 

- 6.500 
1870— 10,000 
1889— 2,500 
1801— 1«. 3.000 
1862— ir. 2,000 
1881— u). 3,000 
1870-10. 3,000 


J. K. Dillon. 

E. E. Hamand: 
J. Hugbee. 

Geo. Cram. 
L. W. Brigbam. 

B. L. Newport. 
E. L. Newport. 


Totals— 67 . 2,620 


49-3,609 


49-8,808 


52— $009,170 





Indiana. 

The State Convention was organized in 1848, reorganized 
and incorporated 1883. Session for 1893 will be held at 
Indianapolis, on Thursday before the first Sunday in Sep- 
tember. Pres. — J. M. Bulla; Vice-Pres, — Rev. T. S. 
Guthrie ; Sec. — WiU S. Stewart, Muncie ; Cor. Sec, — Rev. 
J. H. Hewit; Treas. — C. T. Swain, Dublin; Trus. — M. 
L. Bridges, Fincastle ; Charles Styer, Indianapolis ; Rev. 
T. E. Ballard, Crawfordsville ; S. Lenon, Woodville ; Com- 
mittee of Fellowship — Rev. H. N. Brown, Dublin ; Rev. M. 
L. Pope, T. S. Guthrie, Wm. Morrison, Wm. Powell; 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. H. O. Sommers. 
Permanent Missionary Fund, $38,000. 

State Sunday-School Convention meets at the same time 
and place as the State Convention. Pres. — C. T. Swain, 
Dublin ; Vice-Pres. — Miss Edna Wolfe, Brazil ; Rec. Sec. 
— Miss Cora Fosher, Roann ; Cor. Sec. — Emery P. Ross, 
Manchester ; Treas. — Rev. J. H. Hewit, Newcastle. Funds, 
$100. 



20 DKITERSALIST BEQISTER. 

Universalist Wotaan's Aid AsaodaHon, organized in 1879, 
meets at the same time and place as ttie State Convention. 
iVes. — Mrs. H. F. Case ; Sec. — Ida Galbreath ; Treaa. — 
Mrs. J. B. Foaher. 

Toung People's Christian Union. Pres, — A. C- Strouder, 
Muocie ; Rec. Sec. — Flora Fosher, Roann ; Cor. Sec. — 
Mias Flora B. Brown, Dublin. 

AasociATioNS. — The Upper Wabask, organized in 1842, 
meets Friday before the first Sunday in May. Silas Miller, 
Tilmon, Clerk. 

The Lower TToM^A, oi^anized in 1841, reorganized in 1887, 
meets Friday before the third Sunday in May. Miss Lizzie 
Thompson, Dayton, Clerk. 

The Central, organized in 1860, meets Friday before the 
first Sunday in June. Preacher of Occasional Sermon in 
1893, Rev. W. Gleaaon. Mrs. MoUie Negley, Clerk. 

The Elkhart, oi^anized in 185G, meets Friday before the 
fourth Sunday in November. Session for 1893 at Pleasant 
Lake. Danforth Parker, Pret. 

The Whitewater, oi^anized in 1847, meets Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Hon. J. M. Bulla, Clerk. 

The Rogers, organized in 1848, meets Friday before the 
fourth Sunday in August. Mrs. C. C. Flatt, Lawrenoeburg, 
Clerk. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



21 



Farithei. 



Churches. 



Foat-offloes: Families. Org. No 



8. Schools. 



Org. I No. 



Church Edifices. 



Dmtes. Value*. 



Freachen. 



DubUn, i 80 

Fftlrfleld, i, ... 18 

FincagUe, i, . . . 75 
Ft. Wayne {dor.),. 10 
OranUoura (oc ■ ) , . 20 
Harmony (oc.)i • 20 
Hnnteitown, i, . . 40 
Huntington (dor.) , 7 
Ireland (P. O. Bent- 
ley), 1 .... 80 
Indianapolis (oc), 9 
La Fayette, i, . . 40 
Logansport, ... 80 

Madison {dor.), . 12 
Maneheatfr (oc), . 10 
M cCordsviUe, i, . 25 

Mler (oc.), ... 21 
Mt. Oarmel, |, . . 26 

Muncie 50 

Iforth Vernon {dor. ) , 10 
Oaktandon, }, . . 41 
J^Uriot (oc), . . 10 
Pendleton (oc.), . 11 
Pleasant Grove (P. 

O.Knlgbtstown),^, 15 
PUaeantmilidor.), 8 
Pleasant Lake, \, . 23 
Rising San, i, . . 14 
Roann, |, . . . .48 



Balnda, \, . 



38 



South Milan {oc.) 

{P.O.Milan), . 12 

SMngtown {dor.), 4 

Terre HauU {oc.), 40 

Union City {dor.), 6 
Union, Perry Co. 

(oc)i .... 15 
Union, Union Co., \ 
(P.O. Contrea8,0.) ,22 

W^nd (oc), . . 18 

Vevay (oc), ... 10 

Watdron {dor.), . 10 

Walton, J,, ... 10 

West Lebanon {m.), 12 

WMtesville, kt • • 10 

Woodville (oc), . 16 



Totals— 52 . 1,078 



1848-88 

1848—47 

1870-150 
1875—18 
1871—40 
1871—40 
1856—02 
12 

1868—65 
1886—80 
1868—70 
1857—60 

1869-20 
1848—21 
1888—48 

1875— 40 
1850-100 

1859-166 

1860—80 

- 122 

1835-14 

18 

1883—85 
15 
1868—31 
1841—40 
1875—58 

1880—60 



1870-88 

8 

1840—47 

15 

1848—30 

1841—48 

1888—25 
1861—24 
18n— 14 
1860—20 
1880-13 
1882—26 
25 



52—2,848 



1868-50 



1870-100 



1872-&r. $2,000 
Prop. 400 

1848—10. 1,500 
Prop. 125 

1871— 6r. 7,000 



to. 2,000 



1868—50 1854— to. 

Prop. 
1890—40 1860— frr. 
1892—23 1863— 6r. 

Prop. 
1860— to. 

1888—00 1888— 6r. 
lYop. 
1883— At. 
1860—25 1873-*r. 
Prop. 
1859-150 1969— br. 
Prop. 
1862 - 
1876-ftr. 
1839-6r. 
w, 

1887-^ I 1887—10. 

w. 

1870— to. 

1843—40 1 1843— 6r. 

1876-40 I 1876— 6r. 

i Prop. 

1891—60 I 1841— to. 

Prop. 



: 1880— 6r. 

to. 

1868— 6r. 

to. 



1889-40 



2,000 

1.000 

15,000 

12,000 

1,500 

1,000 

500 

2,500 

150 

2,000 

2,500 

2,000 

13,000 

5,500 

3,000 

3,000 

2,500 

1,000 

1,000 
1,000 
2,500 
2,500 
3,000 
1,000 
2,500 
500 

1,500 

200 

16,000 

1,500 



1868— to. 1,000 



1880—20 
1888—75 



19—1,128 



1842 - 


1,000 


Prop. 


100 


1890— to. 


1,800 


I^p. 


3,000 


Prop. 


100 


to. 


15,000 


1879-to. 


2,000 


1882— to. 


1,500 


— — 


300 



$165,141 



T. B. Ballard. 

I. B. Grandy. 

M. L. Pope. 

R. N. John. 
H. Groves. 
J. B. Fosher. 

H. N. Brown. 

H. O. Bommers. 



R. N. John. 
I. B. Grandy. 

J.B. Fosher. 



W. W. Gleason. 



R. N. John. 



H. N. Brown. 

J. 6. Fosher. 
H. N. Brown. 
J. B. Fosher. 

H. N. Brown. 



H. Groves. 
I. B. Grandy. 

R. K. John. 
M. L. Pope. 



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UNIVERSALIST BEGISTER. 



Iowa. 

State Convention, organized 1843, meets the fourth 
Wednesday in September, 1893, at place to be designated 
by the Executive Ck>mmittee. Pres. — Watson Roberts, 
Marshalltown ; Vice-Pres. — Rev. J. H. Palmer, Cedar 
Rapids; Sec. — Rev. Thomas E. Dotter, Cedar Falls; 
TVecM. — Franklin C. Piatt, Waterloo ; Trus. — Mrs. T. W. 
Woodrow, J. H. Funk, C. D. Van Vechten ; Committee of 
Fellowship — Rev. Amos Crum, Dubuque; Rev. 6. S. 
Gowdy, Eldora; F. A. Bomer, Des Moines; Preacher of 
Occasiondl Sermon — Rev. B. F. Snook. Permanent Fund, 
$2,811. 

Woman's Missionary Association. Pres. — Mrs. Clara 
Nichols, West Union ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. L. S. Brown, 
Dakota City ; Sec. — Mrs. Mabel J. Dotter, Cedar Falls ; 
Treas. — Mrs. A. K. Beem, Osage ; Missionary^ employed 
by the W. M. A. — Rev. S. L. Crum, Dubuque. 

Young People's Christian Union. Pres. — F. G. Waite, 
Mt. Pleasant ; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. T. E. Dotter, Eldora ; Sec. 
— Cora Lane, Waterloo ; Treats. — Myrtle Jones, Dubuque ; 
State Organizer — Mrs. Florence Bale, Webster City. 

Associations. — 1. Northeastern^ organized in 1890. 
Rev. A. C. Grier, Charles City, Clerk. 

2. Northwestern^ organized in 1890. 

3. Southeastern^ organized in 1890. Rev. J. H. Palmer, 
Cedar Rapids, Clerk. 



Farithca. 


Churehet. 


S. SchooU. 


Chtirch Ediflcei. 


PrMnhMv. 


Ifoflt-ofBcc*. 


FuniUei. 


Org. 1 No. 


Oig. 


No. 


Datei. Yaluei. 




BloomJUldt ... 25 
Boooe* 21 


1872-30 
1870— 2 
1878—20 
18S4-45 
1800-100 


1873-45 
1870 - 


- br. $2,000 

1871— w. 1,000 

1875— 10. 1,600 

10. 2,500 

1875— 6r. 15,000 


J. P. OartlM. 


Oattalia^ .... 20 
0«dar Palla, ... 15 
CedAr Rapldi, . . 06 


1872 
1877 
1800 


-40 
— M 
—00 


J. H. Palmer. 



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23 



TwxUbm. 


ChurehM. 


8. School*. 


Chuich EdlfleM. 


Y^mtt^liim 


Po<t-offloM. Funilin. 


Oix- No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Charles City, . . 86 
Ctarinda, |, ... 20 
Dobnqae,. ... 40 

Etdora, .... 80 

S;r.'%ii'. : : : *? 

Lehigh (m.), . . 80 
Manehtvter, i, . . 20 
Mar^halUown, i, . 48 
MUehelMlU, ... 80 
Mt. Pleasant, , . . 14 
New Sharon, |, . . 18 

Oeage,! 80 

Otranto,L ... 10 
II Shenandoah, 1, . 8 
Steamboat Rockt . 10 
Storm Lake,' « . 46 

Straicberry I^nt, |, 83 
jl Samner, .... - 
DTripoU, . . . . - 
Waterloo, ... 42 
Webeter City, }, . 30 
Wett Vhiont ... 60 


1800—28 
1872-78 
1877—60 

1889-32 

- 26 
1801—80 
1871-40 

- 40 
83 

1878-62 
1868-68 

1878-88 

1891—18 

1881—^ 

1876—09 
1878-^0 
1887-20 


1890-60 
1884-40 
1868-100 

- 86 

1890-26 
1870—76 
1883—70 
1868-64 

18n-46 

1881—66 

- 02 

1880-76 

60 

1887-120 


Prop, $200 

- to. 4,000 
1862-6r. 6,000 

Prop. 6,000 

1800— »r. 8,000 

to. 8,000 

- br. 6,000 

- fl. 9,000 

- br. 6,000 
Prop. 1,400 

1877— to. 6,000 
Oh. - 

1878-10. 1,200 

1880— to. 4,500 

Prop. 800 

1861—^. 1,600 

1889-^6r. 9,000 
1874— to. 8,000 
1888— 6r. 10,000 


A. C. Orier. 
H. LeweUen. 

A. Cnim. 

T. W. Woodrow. 
H. K. White. 

B. F. Snook. 
J. B. Keyes. 

T. W. Woodrow. 
J. C X/Oe. 
T. W. Woodrow. 
A. K. Beem. 

A. K. Beem. 

H. E. White. 
E. K. M. Jones. 

B. K. M. Jones. 
B. W. Jones. 
B. F. Snook. 
W.L. Swan. 


Totals— 28 . . 763 


22—918 


19-1,097 


19— $99,600 





Kansas. 

The State Convention, organized in 1869, meets on Thurs- 
day before the first Sunday in October. Pres. — C. H. 
Trott, Junction City; Vice-Pres, — Hon. A. P. Wilder, 
Topeka ; Sec. — Rev. J. A. Stoner, Seneca ; Treaa. — Chas. 
S. Davis, Junction City ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
Josiah Davis, Oswego ; Rev. A. Barnes, Junction City ; C. 
H. Trott; Trus, — C. H. Trott, Abijah Weils, A. C. Pierce, 
H. B. Pierce, C. L. Westcott, J. K. Wood ; Staie Missionary 
— Rev. Josiah Davis, Oswego. 

Young People's Christian Union of Kansas, Pres. — Mrs. 
Sara L. Stoner ; Vice-Pres. — Dean Elwood ; Sec. — H. 
Morton White, Topeka ; Trea^. — Ira Wells, Seneca ; On 



24 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Executive Board — Rev. F. E. Brant, Grace Cook. Session 
for 1893 at Delphos, in June. 



Parishei. 



PofUofllcc*. 



FamiliM. 



C!hurehes. 



Ox%. No 



8. Schools. 



Oix. No 



Church Edlflcei. 



Dates. 



Values. 



Fnaehen. 



Arkatua* City, . . 40 

BurdetUt . . . . 2S 

C/00*| < • • • • ^ 

ConventUm Church, - 

Delphoa, |, ... 14 

Franl^ofit ... 10 

HutcMnton, ), . . 00 

Junction Oitift • • 00 

MinneapolU, . . 20 

Otweffo idor.), . . 10 

OUawa {dor.), . . 20 

Portland, . . . . - 

lU^yUld, I, ... 16 

Rict Co. {oe.), . . 12 

Seneca 00 

Topeka, 1, ... 00 

Towanda, \, . . 10 

Valley Centre, i, . 26 

Vermillion, \, . . 7 

Wilmington {oc.),, 12 



Totals— 20 . . 400 



1880—80 



- 200 
1842—16 

1888—10 
188a-86 

1877—46 



1882—32 



19 
1877—20 

1871-62 

1802—23 
1888—64 



1880—26 
11 



14-713 



1880—31 
1887—60 



1873-40 

1887—63 
1870-170 



1882-30 



1871—06 
1891—66 



8—624 



1882— IT. 

Prop, 
1889— to. 
1883— u;. 

Prop. 
1882— to. 

Prop. 



$3,000 
3,000 
1,000 
3,000 
3,000 
2,600 
600 



Prop. 



60 



1800— «^ 0,000 
Prop. 1,800 
Prop. 040 



$28,000 



J. Bishop. 
J. Davis. 
V. B. Brant. 

J. Wilson. 



A. Barnes. 



J. A. Stoner. 

Q. H Shlnn. 
II C. H. Rogers. 



Kentucky. 

State Convention organized in 1875. Time of meeting in 
1898, the last Friday in May. iVe«. — H. B. Clark ; Vice- 
Pres. — B. F. Johnson ; Sec, — Polk Cansler, Hopkinsville ; 
Treaa. — B. F. Teague; Trus.—W. P. Hardwick, J, D. 
Simpson, F. H. Renshaw, J. P. Prouse, B. F. Ligon ; Com- 
mUtee of FeUawahip — J. G» Howton, H. C. Nooks, Joshua 
Wyatt; Superintendent of Churches — Rev. M.W. Tabor; 
Preacher of Annual Sermon — Rev. Reaben Medley. 

Vice-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Amanda 
C. Tancey, Hopkinsville. 



UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 



25 



Fartibca. 



Poit-offloea. Ftuniliea. 



Churches, i 6. Schools. 



Org. No. ' Org. No 



Chorch EdiflcM. 



Date*. 



V&lufts. 



Freftchers. 



Bardwell (m.)i • • 
Beulaht I, . . . 
Burlington (oc), . 
OtarUaton, . . . 
Consolation (oc), . 
Crab Tree (oc.)i • 
Craner (oc), . . 
Oro/ton (oc.)i • • 
Dawaont 1, . . . 
Earlingtofit . . . 
rrttU mil (oc), . 
Good Hope^ |, . . 
Hopklnsvllle (oc), 

ManiUm (oc)» • • 

Princeton (oc.)» • 

8cotM>urg (oc), . 

WhiU PkiinM, |, . 



8 1887—11 
25 , 1887— A 

- , 1875-66 
10 - - 
20 , 1836—50 
15 I - 
12 
10 
13 
10 
12 
16 
20 



12 
10 
20 

8 



Totals— 17 . . 220 



1885—16 
1887—17 

' 40 
1886—25 
1887—36 

1888—17 



1884—15 



U— 287 



1888—31 



1—31 



Un.—iD, $400 



1840— ir. 300 



Vn.—u>, 800 
1887— to. 600 
Un, - 



J. C. Gravee. 



Un.—w, 600 

1889— &r. 4,000 

Prop. 800 



1890-10. 800 
Tn.— to. 1,600 



9— $9,300 



Maine. 

State Convention organized 1828, meets in 1893 on Tues- 
day following the first Monday in June, at Bath. Pres. — 
M. B. Coolidge, Portland ; Vice-Presidents — Rev. I. J. Mead, 
Augusta, S. W. Carr, Bowdoinham ; Sec. — Rev. A. 
Conklin, Bath; Trecis. — Hon. A. D. Knight, Hallowell ; 
Committee of Fellowship — Rev. W. M. Eimmell, Rockland ; 
Rev. E. F. Pember, Bangor ; Rev. E. L. Houghton, Fair- 
field; Alfred Winslow, Oakland; G. M. Twitchell, M.D., 
Augusta; Tnts. — Charles Dunn, J. A. Bucknam, Alfred 
Woodman ; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. E. F. 
Pember. Funds, $31 ,761 . 

Young People's Christian Union. Pres. — Herbert D. 
Hodgkins, Lewiston ; Vice- Pres, — Victor Richardson, Bath ; 
Sec. — Miss Georgie A. Bradley, 25 Mayo St., Portland ; 
Treas. — George B. Goodale, Bangor; Executive Committee 
— B. A. Mead, Mrs. Dana Crocket, Mrs. Mary M. Lowe. 

StaJte Sunday-School Convention meets on the second 
Wednesday in October. Pres. — Dr. G. M. Twitchell, 



26 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Augasta; Vice-Pres, — G. M. Fletcher, Bangor; Sec. — B. 
A. Mead, Augasta ; 7Vc(m. — J. V. Bradley, Portland ; 
2Vt^. — Mrs. W. G. Heseltine, Miss Hannah J. Powell, S. 
H. Blaokwell. 

Vice-President Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. 
Eimmell. 

Ministers' Institute. Pres, — Henry Blanchard, D.D., 
Portland. 

Associations. — 1. York and Cum&ertond, organized in 
1828, meets on the second Wednesday in September. 

2. Kennebecy organized in 1828. J. S. Hobbs, Augusta, 
Clerk, 

8. Oxford^ organized in 1844, meets the fourth Wednes- 
day in September. Rev. S. S. Davis, Ndrth Fryeburg, Clerk. 

4. Penobscot Valley ^ reorganized in 1878, meets in October 
at the call of its executive committee. Rev. W. M. Kim- 
mell, Rockland, Clerk. 

5. Franklin, meets on the last Wednesday and Thursday 
in August. Miss Etta Holmes, Bean's Corner, Clerk. 



Pftriahes. 


Churches. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edlflcei. 


Preachcrt. 


Port-offlces. Familiei. 


Oix. No. 


Oig. No. 


Dates. 


Values. 




Addison 24 

Albion (oc.),. . . 20 
Aubarn, .... 287 

Augusta 160 

BaDgor, .... 300 

Bath, 150 

Belfast 98 

Bethel 50 

Biddeford, ... 85 
Bowdoinhamt . . 58 

Bridgton 50 

Broxor^fieldt ... 80 
Brunswickt ... 46 
Bryants Pondt h . 30 
BucJI^ld,, ... 40 

Calais 72 


1879-18 

1838-264 
1842-100 
1841—86 
1887—60 
1850—43 

1845-49 
1890—14 

1882-30 

1881—18 
1843—28 

1871—28 


1877—45 
1870—50 
1830-290 
1886-125 
1841-430 
1839-175 
1841-100 

1859—80 
1841—80 
1882-40 

188&-25 
1880-41 
1870-64 
1881—80 

1870—70 


1841-10. $2,500 
1838— u>. 1,000 
1876— 6r. 40.000 
1868— 6r. 40,000 
1860— 6r. 40,000 
1860—10. 10,000 
1870— 10. 15,000 

Prop, 1.000 
1854— to. 3,000 
1867— IT. 16,000 
1889— to. 4.800 

Prop, 1.500 

1870-to. 3,000 

1873-to. 2.600 

1886— to. 5,000 

to. 2,500 

- 1,800 

Prop, 2,500 
1878-to. 14,000 

Prop, 4,000 


J. F. LeUnd. 

B. F. Pember. 
A. ConkUo. 

F. K. Beem. 
J. F. RhodM. 

C. L. Waito. 
8. O. Davii. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



27 



Fariihei. 



Po«t-oflleei. FamlllM. 



Churchei. 



Ofs. No 



8. School*. 



Oig. I No. 



Charch Edifloet. 



Dfttei. Valuei. 



Freaehen. 



Oamderit .... 40 
Canton, .... SO 
Oarmel (oc.)i • • ^ 
Ohupman {dor.), . 20 
CnmberIaDd(oc.)».. 20 
Dtering, .... 100 
Denmark, 4* • • • ^ 

Dexter, 140 

DixJUld 80 

Eavi Derry, . . . - 
Bast DlzJield, i, . 11 
Ba8i Sddington, . SO 
Saat Wilton, 4, . . 20 
Falrfleld, .... 100 
Frteportt .... 60 
Oardtner 90 

Oreene (oc,), . . 25 

Ouilfora, .... 66 

Hallowell, ... 45 

Hampden (ac), . 26 

JSTarrington, ... 18 

Hiram {oc ), . . 26 

Hope, \ 20 

Kendu^keag {dor.), 20 
Kingiield, (, . . . 16 

Kittery {dor.), . . 40 
Leeds {oc.), ... 25 
Lewieton, . ... 100 
Livermore, Bret> 

tuo«* Hills {turn- 

mer), .... 
Livermore, No r - 

landn (oc), . . 
livermore Falls, . 100 
Machian {oc.), . . 30 
MeehaDic Falls, . 100 
Mon«on {summer), 25 
New Gloucester {oc), 60 
NevD Portland (oc), 20 
North Anson,- . . 40 
North Auburn {oc), 25 
North Chatham, . 
North Fryeburg, . 
Kortb Jay, . . . 
North Monmouth 

(oc), .... 
North New Port- 

land, (,.... 
North Turner {oc), 
Nortoay, .... 
Oakland, .... 
Oldtown 



1881—88 
1881—10 



1891—34 
1826-26 

1880-14 
1840—30 

1842—23 

20 
1876—26 

1892—19 
1870-17 
1866—90 



80 
21 

12 

12 
20 
66 
80 
64 



55 

1858—70 

1840—20 

1802-14 
1859—20 

1844 - 



Orland, 
Orono, . 



33 
66 



1822—40 
1853-49 



1858—16 



1879—81 



1867-180 
1880—20 
1880-100 
1879—50 
76 
1880—26 
1861—86 

1866-85 

20 

1846—86 

26 
1801-100 
1880—70 



1872—20 
1862—26 

1870-64 
1891—60 

1870—50 

80 

1865-140 



1860—30 



1881—70 
1854—70 



1860—25 
1863—40 
1876-60 
1859—35 
1887—42 
1886—45 
1866—30 



35 
1834-120 
1839-100 
1860-50 

1867—64 
1848-100 



1879— M. $3,600 

1866-10. 2,00G 

t0. 1,600 



1867— «7. 

to. 

1869—10. 

182»— to. 

1860- i7n. 
1891—10. 
1826- ITh. 
1890— to. 
1883—10. 
1840-10. 
Prop. 
1829— »o. 

to. 
1888- to. 
1828—10. 

to. 
1872— to. 
Un. - 
Prop. 

to. 
1838— ITn. 
Prop. 
1871—10. 
1874— to. 
1866— to. 



1,000 
18,000 

1,000 
10,000 

1,600 

1,000 
3,000 

10,000 
3,000 

13,000 

680 

1,000 

10,000 

10,000 
1,200 
2,500 
3,000 

10,500 
1,000 
1,000 
50 
3,000 
4,000 

15,000 



1869— to. 3,000 



1828— to 
1829— to. 
1869— to. 
1863— to. 



3.000 
3.U00 
3,000 
8,000 



1842—10. 
1830— to. 
1883—10. 
1858— to. 

1838— to. 
Ch. 



1,000 
1,000 
2,500 
2,000 

2,000 



1852— to. 2,200 



to. 
1828— to. 
1834—10. 
1848— to. 

Prop. 
1845— to. 
1844—10. 

Prop. 



2,000 
7,000 
7.000 
4,000 
1,500 
1,600 
6,000 
2,500 



O. L. Paddock. 



B. W. Webber. 
O. F. Safford, d.d. 

W. H. Gould. 



O. F. AlYOid. 

O. F. Alvord. 
E. L. Hoaghton. 
O. L. Walte. . 
E. B. Barber. 



R. H. Aldrloh. 
B. B. Barber. 



C. L. Paddock. 
O. ?. Alvord. 

T. B. Payne. 

W. R. French, d.d. 

S. Gilbert. 
F. E. Barton. 

D. Fraser. 



B. 8. Davis. 
S. Gilbert. 



W.R. French, D.D. 
Caroline B. Angell. 
B. G. Mason. 
G. F. Andrews. 



J. Kimball. 



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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



FariahM. 


Churches. 


S. Schooli. 


Church £difleM. 


T*TWrllTB 


Post-offloe*. Fkmlliet. 


Oig. No. 


Org. No. 


Dfitea. 1 ValQM. 




Oa^ord (oc), . . 12 

Parte, 27 

PhilUpe (dor.), . 36 
PUt^fUld,. ... 90 

Portland ( Oon.Sq.) , 282 
Portland(Ch.Mea.),226 

Readfield, ... 25 
Richmond, ... 55 

Rockland, . . .125 

Rockport 10 

Round Pond, . . 30 
Sangervlile, ... 40 
Scarboro Oor.(oc.), 30 
Sidney (oc.), . . 25 
Bkowhegan, ... 65 
South Berwick, . . 80 
South Buxten, . . 25 
South Hope, k, . . 21 
Bonth Windham, . 40 
Stockton. .... 30 
SuKtntille, ), . . 20 
Tnmer Centre, . . 40 

Union, 25 

WatenrUle, ... 60 

Weatbrook, . . .116 
Weat New Port- 

land, 1 10 

Weet Parte (oc), . 20 
Weet Pareofi/teld, . 14 
Weet Sumner, . . 25 
Welle (oc), ... 30 
Wilton, (oc), . . 26 
Windham (oc), . 80 
Yarmouth, ... 68 


1872—21 

1821-152 
1873-110 

1888—34 
187^-76 
1888-22 

- 34 
1884—86 
1876—65 

1876—80 
1840 - 
1826-17 
1887—62 

1864—12 
1869-40 
1880-30 


45 
1888—80 

1828-280 
1881-800 

60 
1887—75 

- 160 

1887-105 
1890—80 

1888-40 
1876—62 
1889-45 
1869-24 
1883—26 
1848—70 
30 
1848-60 

1838-62 

1884-68 

1860—25 
1867—25 

- 40 

1878-32 
1871—80 
1885—40 


Prop. $400 

to. 3,000 

1872— to. 1,000 

1871—10. 6,000 

Prop. 8,500 
1866— 6r. 50,000 
1871— dr. 25,000 

Prop. 1,500 
]827-*r. §,000 
1886—10. 2,000 

Prop. 1,000 

1876—10. 15,000 

1854— to. 1,000 

- to. 3,000 

Uh. - 

to. 2,600 
1844— to. 400 
1881—10. 4,000 
1876— to. 16,000 
to. 2,000 
1880— to. 2,000 
1840 - 1,500 
1863— to. 6.000 
1850— to. 2.000 
1850-to. 4,000 

- 1,600 
1888-to. 9,000 

Prop. 3,000 
1888— to. 12,000 

1838-10. 2,000 

- 1,500 
to. 3.000 

1862 - 2,000 

1831— to. 1,500 


H. Blanchard, d.d. 
a. I. Kelm. 

F. T. Crane. 
H. A. Abbott. 

W. M. KlmiDell. 

R. H. Aldrich. 

C. F. Molntlre. 

C. L. Paddock. 
F. L. Payaon. 

J. Kimball. 

B. L. Honghton. 

F. L. Payaon. 


ToUla-98 . 6,184 


49-2,141 


77-5,717 


88— $580,180 





Maryland. 

No State Convention. Vice-Fres, Woman* 8 Centenary 
Association — Mrs. R. H. Pullman, Baltimore. 



Fariahea. 


Churches. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edlfloes. 


TVimrhfTl. 


F(Mt-ofBcM. Famillci. 


Org. 1 No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Valncs. 




Baltimore, 2d, . . 102 

Chesapeake Citif 
(dor.) - 


1884-880 


1884-143 


1888— «t. $28,000 
Prop. 2,000 

- 8,000 


R. H. Pallman. 


Totala— 2 . . 102 


1—880 


1—148 


2- $38,000 





universalist register. 29 

Massachusetts. 

State ConventioD, organized in 1834, meets the fourth 
Tuesday in September. Pres. — Eben Alexander, Boston; 
Vice-Pres. — Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Lawrence ; Sec. — Rev. W. 
A. Start, 30 West St., Boston; Treas.— John D. W. Joy, 
Boston; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. C. R. Tenney, 
Boston ; Rev. R. A. Greene, Rev. J. S. Cutler, A. J. Patter- 
son, D.D., F. E. Ingalls ; Trus. — Rev. W. S. Woodbridge, 
Rev. L. C. Blackford, Rev. F. O. Hall, J. L. Sweet, B. B. 
Whittemore, Joseph B. Horton. The session for 1893 will 
be held as appointed by tiie Executive Committee. Preacher 
of Occasional Sermon — Rev. S. H. Roblin. Permanent 
Fund, $66,200.38. 

The Woman's Universalist Missionary Society of Massachu- 
setts was organized in January, 1886. Its object is : To 
enlist the women of the Universalist Church in Massachusetts 
in missionary work, in the distribution of religious literature, 
in aiding deserving persons to obtain an education ; and to 
assist in such religious charities as the Society may find to be 
useful and expedient. It is to work in harmony and co-oper- 
ation with the Massachusetts and General Conventions, to 
advance the missionary enterprises of our church. Pres. — 
Mrs. Jane L. Patterson; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. M. H. Bray; 
Sec. — Mrs. Harriette M. Ayer, 16 Flint St., Somerville; 
Treas. — Miss Caroline A. Eastman, Melrose. Permanent 
Fund, $3,170. 

Young People's Union. Pres. — C.I. Freeman, Waltham ; 
Vice-Pres. — Frank B. Endicott, Chelsea; Eec. Sec. — Miss 
Mary Moulton, Boston ; Cor. Sec. — Miss Lizzie B. Gold- 
thwaite. Box 35, Danvers ; Treas. — Geo. L. Elwell, 55 Kilby 
St., Boston ; the above named and the President and Secretary 
of the State Convention constitute the Executive Committee. 

The Bethany Home for Young Women^ located at 14 



30 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

Worcester St., Boston, is a charitable institation under the 
auspices of the Universalists of Massachusetts, and was 
incorporated May 9, 1889. Its object is to establish and 
maintain a home for respectable, indigent young women, 
who from debility or inability to work are unable to support 
themselves. Prea. — J. D. W. Joy; Vice. -Presidents — 
Miss Mary A. Ellis, Joseph B. Horton ; Treas. — Eben* 
Alexander ; Clerk — B^v. W. A. Stert, 30 West St., Boston ; 
Superintendent — Mrs. Maria H. Bray. 

Associations. — 1. Old Colony^ organized in 1827, meets 
in October, as the Executive Committee appoint. Sec. and 
TrecLS. — Rev. L. W. Atwood, South Weymouth. 

2. Boston^ organized in 1829, meets on the first Wednes- 
day in May. Chas. F. Potter, Tufts (College, Clerk. 

3. Uniony organized in 1834, meets the first Wednesday 
in June. Rev. J. H. Holden, Amherst, Clerk. 

4. Bamstdbley organized in 1838, meets as the Clerk may 
appoint. J. A. Small, Frovincetown, Clerk. 

5. Winchester y organized in 1839, meets on the first 
Wednesday in October. H. A. Bowen, Shelbume Falls,C7erA:. 

The Universalist Sabbath School Union includes the 
eighteen schools in Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, SomerviUe, 
Tufts College and Newton, with an aggregate membership of 
three thousand and thirty-one. Its permanent fund amounts 
to $10,652.52. Frank B. Endicott, Chelsea, Secretary. 

The Middlesex Conference of churches and Sunday-schools 
includes six churches and schools, viz. : Arlington, Maiden, 
Medford, Melrose, Saugus and Wakefield, and meets 
quarterly on the second Wednesday in January, April, July 
and October. Pres. — Rev. J. S. Cutler, Melrose; Sec. — 
Rev. I. C. Tomlinson, Arlington. 

Tfie Essex Universalist Sunday-School Union has a mem- 
bership of about three thousand. Its officers are : Pres. — 
Willard Goldthwaite, Salem ; Vice.-Pres. — Mrs. Maria H. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



31 



Bray, Boston; Sec, — W. D. Dennis, Salem ; Trens. — F. 
H. Crowell. Its meetings are held on the third Wednesday 
in March, second Wednesday in June, September and 
December, in the different parishes, as arrangements can be 
made. 

The Norfolk Sunday-School Uniom^ organized in 1889, 
includes the Sunday-schools in Norfolk and Bristol counties. 
JVes. — Rev. F. A. Dillingham, North Attleborough ; Sec, — 
Rev. D. M. Hodge, Franklin; Treas. — Charles Foster, 
Taunton. Time and place of meeting determined by the 
Board of Grovernment. 

The Merrimac Valley Conference was organized at Law- 
rence, Feb. 18, 1885. It embraces all the Universalist 
churches in the Merrimac valley, from Nashua, N. H., to 
Newburyport, Mass. The design is to meet once a year with 
each parish in the Conference. The present officers are : 
Pres. — Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Lawrence ; Vice-Pres, — Daniel 
Groodrich, Haverhill; Sec, and IVeow. — Rev. A. A. Ross, 
Haverhill. 

Vice-Prea. Woman's Centenary Association — Rev. Ada C. 
Bowles, Abington. 



FwiahM. 



Fofi-ofiloei. 



Funiliei. 



Churches. 



Org. No 



8. Schools. 



Oig. No. 



Church Edifices. 



Dates. Values. 



Preachers. 



Abington, . . 

Acton, South, . 

Acton, Wett, . 

Adams. . • . 



Adami, North, . 



46 

26 
30 
36 

81 



Amesbnry, ... 66 
Amhent, .... 47 
Arlington, ... 60 
Attleborough, . . 60 
Attl«borough, No., 134 

Beverly 80 

Boaton, 2d, ... 224 



1863—63 


1842-80 


1887—21 


1868—66 


1876—31 


1868—46 


1872—44 


1868-102 


1861-148 


1842-146 


1872-82 


1869-105 


_ — 


1888-62 


1841—31 


1841-120 


1878—76 


1876-200 


18«^112 


- 226 


1856-60 


1843-160 


1817-322 


1837-191 



1841- m;. $6,600 

Prop, 2,000 

1878— u?. 12,000 

1860 -tc. 8,600 

1871— «>r. 20,000 

Prop. 20,000 

Building 

Prop, 28,000 

1871— w. 6.000 

Prop. 2,000 

1840—1/7. 12,000 

1886— to. 16,000 

1882—^. 40,000 

1846— 10. 6,000 
1872— «^ 160,000 



L. E. Pease. 

H. W. Smith. 
H. W. Smith. 

0. I. Darling. 

A. B. Church. 

J. H. Little. 
J. H. Holden. 

1. C. Tomlinson. 
D. L. Fisher. 

J. A. Dillingham. 

H. Marshall. 

A. A. Miner, d.i>., 

and 
8. H. Roblln. 



32 



UKIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



Fftmh«. 



Poil-oflloes. Funiliw, 



Churches. 



Org. No. 



8. Schools. 



Org. No 



Church Edifloes. 



Dates. Yelnes. 



Freftchen. 



Boston, Shawmat, 200 
Boston, Bast, . . 57 
Boston, South, . . 100 
Boston Highlands, 900 
Boston, Grove Hall, 75 
Boston, Charlest'n, 160 
Boston, Jamaica 

Plain, .... 21 
Boston, Upham*s 

Corner 60 

Boston, Ashmont, 17 
Braintree, South, . 10 
Brewster, |, . . . 10 

Brockton 70 

Brookline, ... 25 
Cambridge, Ist, . 146 
Cambridge, 2d, . . 60 
Cambridge, 3d, . .165 
Canton, .... 60 
Charlton, .... 45 
Chatham, .... 60 
Chelsea, .... 110 
Cheshire, .... 13 
Cummington, West, 6 

Daovers VO 

Dana, North, . . 25 
Dunstable, i, . . 14 
Eastham, .... 25 

Essex, 68 

Everett, . . . .112 
Fitchburg, ... 180 
Foxborongh,. . . 48 
Franklin 78 

Framingham, So., . 40 
Gardner, .... 60 
Gloucester, . . .125 
Gloucester, Bast, . 30 
Gloucester, West, . 28 
Gloucester, Annis- 

qnam, .... 65 
Gloucester, Lanes* 

vllle 82 

Granville,. . . . 
Hard wick, ... 24 
Haverhill, .... 160 
Haverhill, West, . 16 
Haverhill, Mt. W., 36 
Holliston, .... 80 
Hingham, .... 40 
Hyannis, .... 60 
Lawrence, • . . 140 
Leyden, .... 6 
Lowell, 1st, ... 165 
Lowell, 2d, . . . 120 
Lynn, 1st, .... 400 

Lynn, 2d 65 

Maiden, .... 126 
Mansfield, ... 41 
Marblehead, ... 06 



1837-262 
1866—60 
1870-150 
1822-350 
1878—54 
1812-180 



1837-244 
1841-150 
1838-277 
1880-201 
1878-180 
1829-420 



1887—23 1886-43 



1802—24 



20 
20 

1827-116 
40 
1872-108 
1858—36 
1864— 7 
- 24 
1842-206 



1877—88 



1678—33 

1868-102 

33 

1850-01 

22 
1868—26 
1806—76 
1886—12 

18 

1800-31 
14 



1837-129 

12 

6 

1823—20 

1850-155 

6 

1827—87 

1848-127 

1839-290 

1662-112 

1826—60 

25 

- 106 



1802—85 
1892—36 
1887-35 

- 100 
1891—25 
1835-446 
1836-01 
1870-247 
1841-00 
30 

' 104 
1842-340 



1830-158 

50 

1876—25 

68 

1830—68 

I - 285 

' 1848-365 

I 1843—60 

I 1858-175 



I 



1870—80 
1868-134 
1820-450 
1884—80 
45 

1830-105 

38 



1836-200 
SO 

- 60 

1835—75 

20 

1847-215 

1831-237 
1837-160 
1833-700 
1837-201 
1832-310 
75 

- 161 



1863— frr. $40,000 
1801-40. 18,000 
1860—10. 20,000 
1821— u^. 83,000 
1877— u». 18,000 
1811— dr. 30,000 



1892—10. 
Prop, 

Prop. 
1879—10. 
1888— to. 

Prop. 
1822—10. 
1865— to. 
1876— 6r. 
1847— to. 
1889— to. 
1889 -to. 
1862—^. 
1848— to. 



1859^10. 
to. 

1836— to. 
1872-10. 
1886-dr. 
1843— to. 
1888— to. 

1882— to. 
1867— to. 
1805— to. 
1889—10. 
1876— to. 

1831— to. 

1876— to. 



1825— (0. 
1834— to. 



1829— to. 
1873—10. 
1852-6r. 

1875— *r. 
1838-6r. 
1873— «<. 
1840— to. 
1802— e»r. 
1889—10. 
1880— to. 



£,200 

350 

600 
1,500 

12,000 
150 

50,000 

18,500 

43,000 
6,000 

• 8.000 
6,000 

72,000 
2,500 
1,000 

12,000 
2,000 

2,200 

8.000 

16,000 

34,000 

5,000 

25,000 

30,000 

6.600 

8,200 

30.000 

7,000 

3,800 

3,000 

5,000 
3,000 
2.500 
18,000 
6,000 



3,000 

10.000 

80,000 

400 

70,000 

25.000 

150.000 

25,000 

40,000 

4.800 

16,000 



G. G. Hamilton. 
L. B. Perry. 
J. J. Lewis. 

B. L. Rexford,D.D. 

C. R. Tenney. 

C. R. Tenney. 

C. Knickerbocker. 

H. A. Philbrook. 
C. A. Bradley. 
A. Hammatt. 
T. E. Potterton. 
G.W.BlcknelUDJ>. 
H. F. Fister. 

C. W. Biddle, d J>. 
J. Vannever. 

J. H. Famsworth. 
E. Morris. 
R. P. Bush. 
A. B. Cburob. 

W. H. Triekey. 
R. 8. Kellennan. 

E. W. Pierce. 
G. J. Sanger. 
F.E.Webster. 
J. F. Albion. 
W. S. White. 

D. M. Hodge. 

M. B. Townsend. 
R. B. Conner. 
W. H. Rider. 

E. Fitzgerald. 
G. J. Banger. 

G. W. Pennlman. 

G. W. Pennio&an. 



J. C. Snow, D.D. 
A. A. Ross. 

A. A. Ross. 

B. W. Whitney. 
H. O. Maxham. 
X. P. Quimby. 
W. £. GibU. 

F. O. Hall. 
R. A. Greene. 
J. M.Pullman,D.D. 
L. L. Briggs. 
W. F. Dusseaalt. 
W. 8. White. 
F. C. Priest. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



33 



Pariihei. 



Churchci. S. Schools. 



Poct-ofllces. Familiea. i Oiig. No. Org. , No, 



Church Edifices. 



DatM. I Value*. 



MaHod, .... 24 
Marlboroagh, . . 32 
MattopolBett, . . 60 

Medford 75 

Melrose 106 

Merrimac, ... 50 

Metbaen 50 

MlddletOD, ... 15 
Mllford, .... 127 
MonsoD, . . . . 75 

Natick, 27 

New Bedford, . . 87 

NewtoD 75 

Norwood,. ... 90 
Orange, .... 161 
Orange, North, . . 50 

Orleans 33 

Oxford, .... 15 
Palmer, .... 74 

Peabody 100 

Pigeon Coye, . . 25 
Ply month, ... 60 
Provincetown, . . 125 

Qnlney 45 

Rockport,. ... 88 
Rowley, .... 15 

Balem, 210 

Bangna 22 

Beitoate, Wett, . . 50 
ebelbnme Falls, . 80 
Shirley Village, . 18 
Bomemlle, ... 75 
Bomervllle, W. Hill, 05 
Bomerville, West, . 48 



Southbrldge, 
Bpencer, . . 
Bprinfffield, . 
Stonghton, . 
Bwampucott, 
Tanotoo, . . 
Tyngsborough, 
Wakefield, . 
Waltham, . . 
Warren, . . 
Webster, . . 
Wellfleet, . . 
Weatfleld, . 



68 

64 

100 

125 

65 

02 

11 

84 

200 

65 

45 

5 

20 



Westminster, . . 32 

Weyroonth, 1st, . 40 

Weymouth, 2d, 8., 80 

Weymouth, 3d, N., 44 
Worcester, let, . . 425 
Worcester, All 

Bonis, .... 80 

Wrentham, West, . 15 

Yarmonthport, . . 82 



ToUls~122. 0,052 



20 
1866—44 
1859—30 
1834— »8 
1882—43 
1865—15 
1840-55 

21 

- 127 
1883—51 
1882—29 
1855—32 
1873-88 
1856—77 
1858-82 
1878—10 
187ft-18 

1876—80 
1877—45 
1889—11 
1822—23 
1843—44 
1831—25 
25 

1810-120 
1837—24 

10 
1864—27 
1646—25 
1861-108 
1889—29 
1886—35 
1850—28 
1878—68 
1855-293 
1833—65 

20 
1826-55 

1848—24 
1874-101 
1839—50 
1860—^ 

- 11 

1823—20 
20 
1860—63 
1874—25 
1643-248 

1885-43 

1869—15 



103-6,944 



1843-60 
1880-130 
1837—44 
1832-205 
1850-174 
1840-70 
1836—68 

- 276 
1883-100 
1878-70 
1862—83 
1871-165 
1840-175 
Ift52-311 
1830—20 
1840—27 

14 
1875-90 
1851-182 
1869-55 
1836-163 
1825-125 
1845-80 

30 

1829-497 

1847—87 

20 

1865—50 

1851-388 
1879-163 

- 142 
1837—75 
1876-172 
1845-260 
1837-148 

- 139 
1834-167 

1837-150 
1865-250 
1839—75 
1862-100 

I 42 

60 
1880-60 
1850-100 
1854—70 
1841-670 

1884-175 

30 

1851—86 



I 1833— fp. 
18fi6-jf. 
1836— w. 
1832— ic. 
18S9— 10. 
1838 - 
1836— w. 

t/7. 

1851 -MJ. 

1888— If. 
w. 

1845-U7. 

1873-»«. 

1886-*^ 

1881— u>. 

1781— w. 

1830— tr. 

1792— M7. 

1879— ««. 

1833— MJ. 

1873-tf. 
' 1826— ?e. 

1848- to. 

1832— tc. 

1867— ic. 

1877— w. 

1809— ftr. 

1860—10. 
, 1832— tr. 

1871— tr. 

1860— tc. 

1868— ftr. 

1887— to. 

1884— IC. 

1842— tr. 

1883— 6r. 

1868— 6r. 

1848— u>. 
! 1891—10. 

1870 - 

1842— to. 

1836—10. 

1880—10. 

1837—10. 

to. 
1890— 10. 
Prop, 
1822—10. 
1838— to. 
1850— to. 
1850— »o. 
1871— 6r. 

1885— to. 

10. 

1836— to. 



110-16,228 



f3,500 

15,000 

4,CKXJ 

16,000 

20,000 

2,000 

6,000 

1,600 

8.000 

25,000 

7,500 

10,000 

26,000 

30,000 

30,000 

17,000 

2,800 

5,000 

20,000 

12.000 

6,000 

5,000 

10,000 

16,000 

4.600 

2,700 

50,000 

4,500 

3,500 

5,000 

10,000 

38,000 

13,000 

6,500 

9,000 

18,000 

40,000 

15,000 

10,000 

16,000 

2,000 

18,000 

20,000 

4,500 

15,000 

1,200 

10,500 

9,500 

4,500 

8,000 

6,500 

5.500 

76,000 

25,000 
2,000 
2,500 



Preachers. 



F. S.Rlce. 

W.S.Woodbrldge. 

J. 8. Cutler. 

R. T. Sawyer, d.d. 



E. W. Whitney. 
H. Blackford. 
A. Titus. 
W. P. Potter. 
I. A. Priest. 
W. B. Eddy. 
K. B. Eellerman. 
G. H. Harris. 
E. W. Pierce. 
E. W. Preble. 
H. F. Moulton. 
A. F. Walch. 
H. O. Dunham. 
J. S. Oledhlll. 
W. P. Burnell. 
H. A. Phllbrook. 
H. Q. Dunham. 



F.C. Priest. 
M. 8. Nash. 



L. M. Powers. 
I. P. Coddington. 
C. M. Smith, d.d. 

A. J. Torsleif. 
T. O. Marvin. 
M. Crosl^. 
O. H. Puffer. 
A Bllkovsky. 
W. W. Hooper. 

L. L. Greene. 
L. P. Blackford. 
W. W. Gleason. 

E. W. Preble. 

J. B. Reardon. 

H. E. Conner. 

B. F. Eaton. 

I L. W. Atwood. 

B. F. Eaton. 

A. Gnnnlson, d.d. 

F. A. Gray. 

C. A. Bradley. 



112- $2,122,116 



34 



UKIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Michigan. 

The State Convention, organized in 1843, meets the Taes- 
day after the second Sunday in October. The session for 
1893 will be held at Charlotte. />€«. — Charles Fluhrer, 
D.D. ; Vice-Pres. — Rev. W. F. Dickerman ; Sec, — Rev. 
Frank McAlpine, Charlotte; Treas. — E. A. Treadway, 
Grand Rapids; Trus. — David Inglis, M.D., Dr. H. A. 
Peterman, Dr. Frank Merritt; Committee of Fellowship — 
Rev. W. L. Gibbs, Concord ; Rev. W. F. Dickerman, Lans- 
ing ; Hon. W. W. Stickney, Lapeer ; Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon — Rev. Howard MacQueary. Funds, $838. 

Young People* s Christian Union. Pres. — Ralph Derby, 
Portland ; Vice-Pres, — Miss Jessie Ray ; Sec. — Marian 
Woodworth, Lansing; Treas. — Miss Lizzie McClaskie, 
Lapeer; Member of Executive Committee — Miss Gladys 
Pratt, Concord. 

Vice.-Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Mary 
McNorth, Detroit. 



Fuichea. 


Chufches. 


8. Schools. 


C!hurch EdifioM. 


Prwushan. 


Poft-oSoea. FamlliM. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Datet. Valuet. 




Bay Olty, . . . .110 

Benton Harbor, . 25 

Caro 25 

Charlotte 80 

aifford, .... 40 
Concord, .... S3 
Oorunna (oc), . . 10 
Decatar, .... 40 
Detroit, .... 250 
Dowagiac, ... 05 

Eagle, 80 

Farmington, |, . . 80 
Grand Rapids, . . 140 
Hanover (oc.) , . . 10 

imUdale 60 

LamberMlle (oc), 80 

Lansing 125 

Lapeer, .... 60 
Liberty,!, ... 25 
Manchester, |, . . 22 


1867—00 

1870—20 

1680-100 

1870—65 
1873-10 
1802—16 
1883-274 

1801-10 
1866—25 
1868-112 

1882-40 
1866—24 
1850-100 
1876-40 
1RS2— 54 
1871—30 


1867-140 

25 
1882-25 
1880 -80 
1875-46 
1862-40 
30 
1881—50 
1880-160 
- 70 

1862-160 
1877 - 
1875-50 

1853—76 
1876-70 
1876—60 
1876-23 


1870-dr.$18,000 

Prop. 1,600 

Prop. 300 

1881 - 2.600 

1882-6r. 12,000 

1866-10. 2,000 
1872— to. 2,000 
1881— ^>r. 8,000 
1881 -«^ 75,000 
1860— U). 8,000 

1852— t£f. 1,600 
1802-«<. 40,000 

1880-2»^. 11.000 
- to. 2.000 
1883— 6r. 7,000 
1873-tP. 6,000 
1881-6r. 8,500 
1850— to. 2,000 


F. J. Chaao. 

G. A. Sahlln. 

F. McAlpine. 

W. L. Glbba. 

M. L. Eatey. 
L. S. MoOoileater. 
J. B. June. 
W. 8. Goodell. 

0. Fluhrer, D.i>. 

W. F. Dlckermao. 
H. L. 1*homtOB. 

1. L. Caae. 
I. L. Case. 



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35 



Pariahet. 




Churchca. 


8. Schools. 


Church EdiflcM. 


Praachan. 


Voit-oflloea. FunUios. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Data. Yaluea. 




Marahall, . . . 


. 30 


1891—13 


1878—30 


1880— «r. $5,000 
Prop. 2,000 


J. M. GetoheU. 


New Hudton {oc 


. 86 


1802—38 


1883—34 


1866— U7. 6,000 




.). 28 


1861—40 


— — 


1868— u>. 2.000 




Port HaroD, . . 


. 60 


1890—38 


- 102 


Prop. 2,000 


H. N. Conden. 


Portland, . . . 


. 81 


1854—96 


1855-90 


1866— IT. 6,000 
Prop. 2,600 


W. 8. Goodell. 


Plymouth, i, . 


. 30 


- - 


- - 


_ - - 


L. S. McCollMter. 


Rochester, . . 


. 46 


1861—35 


1861—70 


- 1,600 




Saginaw, . . . 


. 86 


1891-20 


1891—80 


1884— &r. 20,000 


H. MacQueary. 


Tecumseh, . . 


. 46 


1866-80 


1860-60 


1866-*r. 6,000 
Prop. 2,000 




Wapn4 (dor,), . 


. 16 


1866—30 


1866-80 


1863—10. 1,000 




York, ^, . . . 


. 22 




^ Ma 


1880-^. 3,000 




TotalA— 31 . 


1,093 


26-1,308 


24-1,669 


26— $247,800 





Minnesota. 



State Convention, organized in 1866, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Session for 1893 atOwatonna. Pres. 
— E. W. Herrick, Minneapolis; Vice-Pres. — O. B. McClin- 
tock ; Sec. — Edward C. Edwards ; Treas. — R. Blakeley, 
St. Paul ; Executive Committee — D. Morrison, Claude B. 
Leonard, A. Richardson, J. W. Woodman, Dr. Upham, C. 
Van Campen, J. F. Wilson ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. 
L. G. Powers, Minneapolis (Chairman)^ Rev. A. A. Thayer, 
Rev. J. F. Hammond, H. Thornton, A. D. Lect ; Preacher 
of Occasional Sermon — M. D. Shutter, D.D. Funds, 
$611. 

Sunday-Scfiool Convention. Pres. — Mrs. H. H. Van 
Cleve; Sec. — Mrs. Nellie S. Gregory, Minneapolis. 

Young People* s Christian Union. No information re- 
ceived. 

Vice^Pres. Woman's Centeriary Association — Mrs. Elva 
Tilton, Minneapolis. 



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Farithea. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifioet. 


Preachers. 


Poat-ofBcea. Families. 


Oig. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Albert Lea, i, . . 15 

Anoka, 50 

AuHin 22 

Detroit, .... SO 
ExceUior, \, . . . 17 
Olenville, &, . . . 12 
Minneapolis, Jat, . 600 

Minneapolis, 2d, . 50 
Minneapolis, 3d, . 50 
Minneapolis, Stoede, 40 
Owatonna, ... 80 

Rochester, . . .100 
StUltoater, ... 25 
St. Paul, . . . .125 


1875—20 

1876—40 
1888—30 

1883—10 
1864-500 

1886—60 
1890—65 
1886—29 
1876—62 

1860-180 
1880—13 
1887—80 


1888 - 

1867-125 

1870-60 

1864-300 

1883-125 
1885-126 
1887—19 
1867—85 

1866-150 
1860—50 
1887—70 


1876— u.. $800 
Prop. 400 

1872— tr. 8,000 
Prop. 500 

1874— w. 1,500 
MJ. 1,000 

1888— «<. 100,000 
Prop. 10,000 

1888-6f-. 80,000 
lgg6_u;. 10,000 

1876-w. 4,000 

Prop. 4,000 

1876— 6r. 16,000 

1870-W. 15,000 

Pfop. 1,200 


A. A. Thayer. 
L. F. Porter. 

A. A. Thayer. 
J. H. Tutile, D.D. 

and 
M. D. Shutter, o.o. 
8. W. Sample. 

A. Dellgren. 
J. F. Hammond. 

W. 8. Vail. 


ToUIi-14 . 1,216 


12-1,070 


11-1,109 


10— $197,400 





Mississippi. 



No State organization. 



Parishes. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Plreaehcn. 


Post-offices. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




OurHs, Jones Cb., . 10 
jntta 7uma (dor.), - 
Wayne Go. (m.), . 8 
Webster, Winston 
Co. (op.), . . . - 


1889-85 

40 

1890-19 

1884—46 


1889-40 
- 80 


1889—10. $400 

1891-to^«. 50 

- IT. 400 


M. L. Busby. 
D. B. Clayton. 


Totals— 4 . . 27 


4— 189 


2— 70 


8— $850 





Missouri. 

State Convention, organized in 1868, meets at the call of 
Secretary. Prea, — George H. Hastings, La Cross ; Vice" 
Pres. — Rev. R. P. Reyner, La Plata ; Sec. — Percy F. Lncas, 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



37 



Kansas City ; Treas. — John W. Hendricks, Bowling Green ; 
Committee of Fellowship — Rev. R. P. Reyner, La Plata ; L. 
C. Conger, F. P. Logan ; Trus, — L. C. Conger, Tina ; A. 
R. Wolcott, Grould's Farm ; R. H. Manning, Kansas City ; 
State Missionary — Rev. L. J. Spencer, La Plata. 



FftrishM. 


Churches. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edtfioes. 


Preachgra> 


Foat-offioe*. Funiliet. 


Org. 


No. 


Org. No. 


Datei. Values. 




OouldPs Farm, kt . - 
(1 KaoflM aty, i, . 55 
L» CroM, 1, . . .15 
Marion Centre, L . 10 
MiUermMU, ... 20 
Morley (oc), . . 8 
Murray {P. 0. SI- 

nur),\t, ... 50 
8t. Paute, Green 

Ridge 4 

Tina - 

WiUowvale (oc), . 10 
Xenia,PuitmanOo,t\, 10 


1891—18 
1874-130 
17 
1854—50 
1887—20 

1890-87 

1887— 9 

1887—13 

- 20 

30 


1891—50 
188S-20 


Prop, $620 

1891— W. 1,200 

w, 1,500 

1857— to. 500 

1888— to. 1,500 

Un, - 
Un. 


Q.H. Shinn. 
L. J. Bpenoer. 

A. Miller. 
L. J. Spencer. 

R. P. Reyner. 


Totoli-11 . . 182 


10—894 


a- 70 


4- $5,820 





Montana. 

Rev. Q. H. Shinn reports parishes organized during the 
past year : Butte City ; Great Falls has a church lot valued 
at $3,000. 

Nebraska. 

State Conference organized in 1868. Pres. — Rev. E. 
H. Chapin, Lincoln ; Vice-Pres, — Rev. Q. H. Shinn, Omaha ; 
Bee. Sec. — Mrs. Ellen Stockton, Lincoln ; Cor. Sec. — Wm. 
H. Young, Omaha ; Treas. — Mrs. J. D. Russell, Tecumseh ; 
Trus. — Mrs. Juliet G. Howe, W. A. Carson, A. D. 
Morse. 

Vice^Ptes. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. K. A. 
M. Chapin, Lincoln. 



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UMIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Fuishes. 


Churches. 


B. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Pieariiana, 


Foii-offleea. Vkmillet. 


Oig. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Lincoln, .... 35 

MarbU Precinct, L 6 
Newman Grove, |, A 
Omaha, .... 80 
Tecameeh, ... 40 
YorJt,i 14 


1887—28 

1881—11 

1800-66 
1883-16 
1870-36 


1883—90 

1882—40 

1890—76 
1870-«0 
1891-10 


1871-10. $2,600 
Prop. 12,000 
1882— U7. 800 
Prop. 100 
1801-6r. 20,000 
1882-to. 3.600 
1880— tr. 2,000 


B. H. Chapln. 

Ifra.M.GJUidrews. 
W. F. Bmith. 

N. B. Bpicer. 


TotaliH-6 . . 181 


6-154 


6-276 


6— $40,900 





New Hampshire. 

The State Convention, organized in 1832, meets on the 
first Wednesday in October. Pres. — Hon. Joseph Kidder, 
Manchester ; Vice-Pres, — S. H. McCollester, D.D. ; Sec. — 
Rev. L. O. Williams, Claremont ; Treas. — Dr. Hiram Hill ; 
Trus. — Mrs. J. P. Gummings, Hon. M. Humphrey,Conoord ; 
6. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester; Committee of Fellow- 
ship — Rev, W. H. Morrison, Manchester, Chairman; Rev. 
M. L. Cutler, Rev. R. D. Towne, Hon. W. T. Parker, Mrs. 
Charles Fairbanks ; Preacher of Occasional Sermon in 1893 
— Rev. W. H. Morrison. Convention Funds, $2,581. 

Young People's Union. Pres. — Arthur A. Blair, Man- 
chester; Vice-Pres, — Mrs. Bertha Stratton, Plymouth; 
Sec, — Miss C. F. Marshall, Kingston ; Treas, — Harry 
H. Russell, Claremont. 

The State Sunday-School Convention meets on the Tuesday 
before the State Convention. Pres, — Hon. Hosea W. 
Parker ; Sec, — Mrs. M. L. Cutler, Jaflfrey ; Treas. — Miss 
Maria Kidder, Manchester. 

Vice-Pres, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Edward 
Smiley, South New Market. 

Associations. — 1. Cheshire^ organized in 1824, meets 
on the first Wednesday in September. A. O. Adams, East 
Jaffrey, Clerk. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



39 



2. Eockingham^ organized in 1824, meets on the sec- 
end Wednesday in September. C. E. Cilley, Kingston, 
Clerk. 

Annual Grove Meeting at Weirs, Aug. 7-14, 1893. 



Faiithei. 





Churchet. ' S. Schools. | 


Church Edifices. 


- - — "^ 














Preachers. 


Fofl-offlen. FamiliM. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. 


Values. 




AUUad, . . . 


. 40 


1878—16 


1888—60 


1842— to. 


$2,000 




Atkin»on (oc.)i • 


. 24 


— — 


1877—22 


1842— *r. 


2,600 




B«rliD 


. 70 


1889-23 


1886—60 


1887-w. 
Prop. 


4,000 
400 


B. B running. 


O0Htr€ Jfarbor, . 


. 12 


1884— 6 


.. - 


- - 


- 




ClAremont, . . 


. 120 


1832—78 


1836-120 


1888-6r. 


12,000 


L. 0. Williams. 


Concord, . . . 


. 115 


1863—49 


1843-112 


1842-6r. 


25,000 


T. W. lUman. 


Croydon, . . . 


. 24 


1852— 9 


1882—30 


to. 


1,500 




Dover, .... 


. 06 


1882—50 


1883—65 


1883— ftr. 


25,000 


B. A. Hoyt. 


East Jaffrey, . 


. 80 


1858—75 


185&-75 


1845— IT. 
Prop. 


4,000 
100 


M. L. Cutler. 


Er\fUld, . . . 


. 37 


1856—24 


- - 


1853— to. 


2,500 




Oorham, . . . 


. 60 


1889—15 


1887—60 


1891-to. 


3.000 


B. K. Ross. 


HeHniker, . . . 


. 82 


— — 


1881-40 ' 1882-w. 


2,500 




Hinsdale, . . . 


. 40 


1874—23 


1873—66 


1875-to. 
Prop. 


3,500 
1.500 


D. L. Fisher. 


KeDBington, . . 


. 35 


- 


1853—30 


Uh. - 


2,500 




Kingtton, . . . 


. 50 


1878—20 


1858—60 


1879-to. 


7,000 


R. T. Sawyer, d.d. 


MaDchester, . . 


. 873 


1842-227 


1844-150 


1839— to. 


26,000 W. H. Morrison. 


Marlboroagh, , 


. 05 


1875-66 


1852-85 


1852- to. 
Prop. 


8,000 
2,800 


U. D. Towne. 


Marlow (oc), . 


. 20 


- - 


1887-30 


1875-10. 
Prop. 


2,000 
1,100 


8. H. McCollester, 

D.D. 


Jfiuhua^ . . . 


. 295 


1836-232 


1837-200 


1880— 6r. 


32,000 ' H. B. Smith. 


Jfo, Charleittownt 


i, 10 


— - 


- 


- 


- 




Nottingham, i, . 


. 18 


1881—25 


1875—20 


1881— to. 
Prt}p. 


3,000 
2,000 


V 


Plymouth, . . 


. 35 


1884-16 


1882—56 


1884-Ar. 
Prop. 


6,000 , T. Btratton. 
1,500 1 


Portsmouth, . . 


. 70 


1805-44 


1831-100 


1808— to. 


10,000 


H. R. Rose. 








1 Prop. 


2,000 




Bo. New Market, 


. 60 


1874—22 


1873—60 , 1873— ?/J. 


12,000 


E. Smiley. 


So. Weare, . . 


. 20 


~ — 


^ ^ 


Prop. 


2,000 




Weare (,oc.),, . 


. 20 


- 


1860-38 


Un. - 


- 




Weir», .... 


• ^ 


11 


- - 1 _ 


- 




Wenhoorth, \, . 


. 60 


- ~ 


- - ; rn. - 


•^ 




W. Che»terjteld, 


. 60 


- 


1862—43 


1831— to. 


3,000 




WeHmorelandt i. 


. 28 


— — 


1890—37 


1838— 6r. 


2,500 ; J. L. Bcoborla. 


W. Rumney (n«m* 












wur) , . ■ 


. 35 


1877—16 


1877—55 


1834— to. 


400 




W. Sioanaey, i, . 


. 20 


— - 


1892-40 


1853— to. 


2,000 




Winchester, . . 


. 90 


1839—26 


1839—82 


1795— to. 


5,000 


W. A. Tuttle. 


WoodaylHe, i, . 


. 40 


1892—18 


1891—36 


BalldlDg. 


Q. H. Bhlnn. 


Totals— 34 . 


2,103 


23-1,060 


28-1,820 


27— $221,300 

• 





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UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



New Jersey. 

State Convention, organized in 1845, meets the second 
Wednesday in October. Session for 1893 at Hightstown. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — W. S. Crowe, D.D. Prea. 
— J. I. Benedict, Englewood ; Vice-Prea. — C. F.Osgood, 
Hammonton ; Sec. — Louis Ames, Jersey City ; Treas. — 
A. R. Hopping, Newark; Trus. — W. R. Norton, J. R. 
Norton, A. J. Newberry, Solon Palmer, C. B. Smith, D. S. 
Williams; Committee of Fellowship — J. H. Fairchild, Rev. 
G. W. Barnes, A. J. Newberry. 

Vice-Pres. Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. Oakley, 
Jersey City. 



PAriihM. 


Churches. 


8. Schools. 


Church Edifleet . 


Preachers. 


Poit-ofBcM. Families. 


Org. No. 


Orx. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Oood Lack (P. C, 

Forked River), . 30 
Hammonton, . . 26 

JRghUtownt ... 50 

Jersey City, ... 100 
Newark, .... 190 
Sparta (dor.), . . 20 
Waretown, ... 14 


1885—13 
1801-23 

1867—83 

1872-86 
1862-206 

1867—27 


1885—50 
1809 > 80 

1840-94 

1871-130 
1844-242 

1867—58 


1876— 6r. $8,000 
1887— U). 4,000 

Prop. 600 
1868-6r. 12,000 

Prop. 5,000 
1872 -6r. 16,000 
1873— frr. 80,000 

Prop. 17,000 
1869-w. 1,200 


O. W. Barnes. 
0. E. Churohlll. 

J. H. Amlea. 

W. 8. Crowe, d Ji. 
Q.W. Barnes. 


Totala-7 . . 430 


(^-437 


e-654 


6— $143,800 





New York. 

State Convention, organized in 1825, meets on the first 
Tuesday in October. Pres.—E. C. Bolles, D.D. ; Vtoe- 
Pres, — A. Saxe, D.D. ; Sec, — Rev. V. E. Tomlinson, 
Hadson ; IVeas. — C. C. Terry, Hudson ; Trus. — Stevenson 
Taylor, Dr. A. B. Huested, J. Coleman Adams, D.D.,Rev. 
R. £. Sykes, J. Y. Watkins. Funds, $58,290. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 41 

Missionary Board — I. M. Atwood, D.D., Asa Saxe, D,D., 
J. Coleman Adams, D.D., Lyman Bickford, L. S. Freeman, 
C. C. Terry, Rev. R. E. Sykes. 

Committee of Fellowship — A. Saxe, D.D., Rochester, 
Chairman; L. S. Freeman, Rev. O. M. Hilton, Rev. F. W. 
Betts, Rev. J. K. Mason, George W. Townsend, F. H. 
Cross. 

New York Relief Fund — H. B. Hebert, W. A. Miles. 
Fand amounts to $37,491. 

Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. L. B. Fisher. 

Young People* s Christian Union^ New York State. Pres. 
— C. N. Hemiup, Geneva; Vice-Pres. — Mrs. L. C. Patter- 
son, Clarendon ; Sec. — Miss Dell Ellison, Utica ; Treas. — 
Miss Mary Snow, Auburn ; Executive Committee — C. Elwood 
Nash, D.D., H. W. Alden, Rev. F. W. Betts. 

Young People's Christian Vhionj Western New York. 
Sec. — Miss W. A. Thompson, Rochester. 

Western New York Sunday-School Institute — C. N. 
Hemiup, Geneva, President; Miss A. C. Richardson, 
Webster, Secretary. 

Sunday-School InstUvXe of New York City and Vicinity — 
L. Ames, Jersey City, Secretary. 

Associations. — 1. Genesee^ organized as the Erie in 
1833, and name changed to Genesee in 1834, meets on the 
fourth Wednesday in June. Session for 1893 at Nunda. 
Preojcher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. I. K. Richardson. 
A. Frank Tomlinson, Clerk. 

2. Chenango^ organized in 1823, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Session for 1893 at Binghamton. 
R. Fenner, New Berlin, Clerk. 

3. Cayuga^ organized in 1823, meets on the first Wednes- 
day in June. Place of session for 1893 to be announced by 
the Clerk. L. V. Smith, Cortland, Clerk. 



42 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

4. Black Biver^ organized in 1823, meets on the second 
Wednesday in Jane. Rev. L. Rice, Watertown, Clerk. 

5. 8t. Lawrence^ organized in 1828, meets on the last 
Friday evening of September and the following Saturday and 
Sunday. J. S. Lee, D.D., Canton, Clerk. 

6. Chautxiuqua^ organized in 1833, meets on thQ first 
Thursday and Friday in June. 

7. Otsego^ organized in 1834, meets on the third Wednes- 
day in June. Session for 1893 at Richfield Springs. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. George Adams. 
Edward B. Halcomb, Cedarville, Clerk. 

8. Steubeuj organized in 1834, meets on the third Wednes- 
day in June. Session for 1893 at Cohocton. Preacher of 
Occasional Sermon — Rev. B. B. Fairchild. J. H. Stevens, 
Clerk. 

9. Ontario J organized in 1834, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. Session for 1893 at Clifton Springs. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. C. Legal. Myron F. 
Pierson, Seneca Castle, Clerk. 

10. Alleghany^ organized in 1835, meets on the fourth 
Wednesday in June. Rev. F. M. Alvord, Friendship, Clerk. 

11. Central^ organized as the Western in 1806, name 
changed to Central in 1826, meets on the first Wednesday in 
June. W. I. Scott, Clerk. 

12. Mohawky organized /as the Constitutional in 1826, 
name changed to Mohawk in 1828, meets on the second 
Wednesday in June. B. W. Yale, Clerk. 

13. Niagara^ organized in 1833, meets on the third 
Wednesday and Thursday in June. Session for 1893 at 
Rochester. Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. K. 
Mason. Fund, $4,054. 

14. Hudson River^ organized in 1890. Meets quarterly* 
Eribert Paine, Hudson, Clerk. 



UNIYBRSALIST REGISTER. 



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Fajiahes. 



Poafr-offlccfl. Famlllet. 



Churches. , 8. Schoolt. 



Org. No. Org. No 



Church Edifice*. 



Dfttei. Valuei. 



FhMehen. 



4/ton, 26 

Albany, .... 45 
Alexander (oc.), . 46 

Anbaro, .... 160 

Bamee' Obr». (oc), 80 
Bemue Point (oe.), 10 
BloghtuntOD, . . 60 
Black Laku, \, . . 80 
Boeton, .... 40 
Bram«D'0Cor8.(oc.), 21 



Branehport, . 



26 



Brldgewater, \,, . 32 
BrUirHill,i, . . 20 
Bristol 00 

Brooklyn, Jet, . . 246 
Brooklyo, All SoqIb, 220 
Brooklvn, 3d, . . 60 
Brooklyn, 4th, . . 110 
Brooklyn, 6th, Pros- 
pect Helfbtf , . . 81 
BrowntfiUe, |^, . ■ 
Buffalo 136 

Bnifalo (Once), . 60 
OamWia, 4, ... 20 
Canton 115 

Cedarville, ... 20 
Cicero, A, .... 45 
Clarendon, ... 43 

Cli/ton Springe, . 85 

Clinton 26 

CohoetOD, ... 35 

Cold Brook, |, . . 20 

Collier eville {dor.), 20 

Columbue, ... 25 

Ooneeue, .... 25 

CooperatowD, . . 60 

Corfu, 40 

Cortland, .... 80 

CotoleevilU (dor.), 20 

Ctttw 20 

J>exter, 4, .... 27 

Sail Aurora, . . 66 

Edwards (oc), . . 26 

SUlabnrg 60 

Fair Hdwen (P, 0, 

Albion), ... 40 



1870—12 
1888—55 
1843-60 

1836-200 

20 

12 

1890—41 

1883—18 

1874—20 

1867-60 

1878—20 
1878— 5 
1871—66 

1845-238 
1845-380 
1867—83 
1888—84 

1888—11 
1853- 9 
1836-250 

1891—24 

1861—86 

1877—22 
1867—60 
1852—50 

1858-90 

. 1860-32 
1892—14 

' 1876—30 
1849—18 

1839—72 

1886—30 
1872—70 



1873—20 

i 1869—41 

1878—46 

1888—11 
1871—20 

1870—30 



1886—20 
1870—90 
1880—40 

1840-160 



1890—38 

1867—65 

30 



1868—40 

1880—40 

1862-126 

1883-300 
1846-425 
1858-146 
1886-220 

1888-38 

1836-175 

1888—76 

30 

1870-125 

1876—36 
1860-80 
1860—70 

1866-108 

1860—25 
1891—35 

20 
1880-38 
1868—40 
1839—70 

1888—14 
1889—90 



1870-30 
1867—63 
1878—90 

1886—76 
1872—46 

1888—86 



IT. 

1888-6r. 
1883—10. 

/Vop. 
1847— frr. 

Prop. 



$1,000 
16,000 

2,000 

200 

80,000 

1,000 



1883— w. 
1844— tr. 

IT. 

Prop. 
1853— ze. 

Prop. 
1834— ic. 
1860—10. 
1861—10. 

r— «r. 
1874— />r. 
1890—10. 
1887— frr. 



Proi 
1884-Ar. 



2.000 

1,000 

2,000 

1,100 

3,000 

4,000 

3,000 

1,500 

6,000 

2,000 

80.000 

80,000 

8.000 

18,000 



jyop. 1.000 

1853 - 1.200 
1866— dr. 100,000 

Prop. 20.000 

1899— IT. 6,000 

neb—br. 3,500 

1827— dr. 7,000 

Prop. 3,000 

1870—10. 2,500 

1862—10. 4.000 

1837— »/. 8,500 

Prop. 1.400 

1853 -tr. 5,000 

Prop. 3,000 

1872— ftr. 15,000 

to. 3,000 

Prop. 200 

1876— tr. 3,000 

1879— to 5,000 

1874—10. 5,UO0 

1800~io. 10.000 

Prop. 4,000 

1883— to. 3,500 

1837— «<. 15,000 

Prop. 8,800 

1843— (r. 2,500 

1871— 6r. 8,000 

1841-to. 1,500 

1843— to. 2,500 

Prop. 1,000 
1887-40 m. 1,300 

1839— to. 2,000 



1834— «/. 
Prop. 



2,600 
2,400 



O. M. Hilton. 



Students. 



A. U. Hatehlns. 

C. H. Vail. 
Students. 
H.J. Orelnp. 

C. E. Nasb, D.D. 
J. O. Adams, D.l>. 

J. R. Taber. 

J.M .Bartholomew. 

D. L. R. Llbby. 
J. K. Mason. 



Supplied. 

C. H. Vail. 
P. W. Betts. 
£. L. Conklin. 

B. W. Russell. 



B. B. Fairehild. 
D. Ballon. 



L. H. Fisher. 

I. K. Richardson. 
H. W. Carr. 



J. J. Brayton. 
Students. 
J. A. Bayles. 

J. S. LeOfDJ). 



44 



\ 

maVERSALIST REGISTER. 



] 



FulihM. 



P(Mt-oiBoes. 



Familiei. 



Churches. 
Org. I No. 



S. Schools. 



Org. No 



Church Edifices. 



Dates. Values. 



Freaehcn. 



Fairpori {dor.), . 10 
Farmer Village (oc.) , 18 
Fly Creek, ... 20 

Fort Plain, ... 100 
Frankfort,^, . . 30 
Friendship, ... 40 

Fulton, 40 

Geneva 25 

Genoa (summer), . 40 

GraTeaville, (, . .16 

Greenwood, ... 12 
ffaileeborouah, \, . 80 
JBammond,\, . . 14 

ffariford {oc), . . 20 

HenderBon, ... 00 

Herkimer, ... 70 

HobnesvilU {dor,), 10 

Hubbardsyille, . . 25 

Hadion, . . . .115 

ffume {dor.), . . 12 
HaDtlDgton, ... 29 

Indian Falls, 4, . . 20 
Jamestown (^or.), 10 
Java (oc), ... 40 
KellogsvUle {dor.), 10 
Kendall {oc), . 
KirkvilU, k, . . 
Lee Centre (oc), 
Le lioy, . . . 



Leyden (oc), 
LittU Falls, . 
Lockport, . . 

Macedon, . . 

Madison, \, . 
Madrid {oc), 
Malone {dor.), 
McLean, i, . 
Mexico, ^, . . 
Mlddleport, . 

MlddlevUle, . 
Minden, 

Mohawk, . . 
Morris, . . 



10 
10 
25 
85 

15 
100 
158 

50 

28 
23 
41 
50 
25 
120 

85 
20 

55 
37 



MotMlle {oc), . . 15 



85 
1817—43 

1876-223 
1850-40 
1867—51 
1849—45 
1877—28 

1888-85 



14 
1870-20 



1858-40 
1882—70 



1886-51 
1817-150 

1878-20 



1887—21 
1844—70 



1870-86 
1872—51 



1873-160 
1850-141 

1874—87 

188^-13 
1853—22 
29 
1889—32 
1868—30 
1876—78 

1868-31 
1878-18 

1829—46 
1843—66 



1885—35 

1833-150 
1850— 40 
1864-50 
1849—60 
1874—55 

1889—70 



80 
1871—14 



1877—62 
1877—60 



1880—30 
1830-140 

1886—20 

1880—20 
1876—15 
1873—50 



1870-00 
1860—45 



1850-144 
1858—98 

1871-140 

1886—10 
40 
86 
1889—40 
1867—29 
1835-100 

1868—62 
1855—30 



45 



1883— w. 
1852— IT. 
1861— w. 

Prop. 
1838— M>. 
\%iA—w. 
1865— to. 
1866— fer. 
1834— frr. 

Prop. 
1843— MJ. 

Prop, 
\Ub—br. 

Prop. 
1858— u;. 
w 
1870— w. 

Prop. 

Prop. 

1839— U7. 

1882— *r. 

to. 

1885-to. 

Prop. 
1867— 6r. 

Prop. 
1860-10. 
1871— to. 

Prffp. 
1880— to. 

Prop. 



$2,000 
3,000 
2,000 
1,500 
8,000 
4,000 
3,500 
10,000 
4,000 

200 
1,800 
1,000 
4,100 

636 

1,500 

8,000 

800 

1,000 

3,000 

12,000 

3,000 

4.500 

2,000 

40,000 

27,000 

2,000 

5,000 

3,000 

2,000 

800 



10. 2,000 

to. 2,000 

1876— to. 1.000 

1824—10. 4,000 

1860— ftr. 5,000 

Prop, 6,700 
1879— to. 1,500 

1868— 6r. 25,000 

1848— «^ 11.000 

Prop 2,000 
1873— to. & br. 

- 10,000 
1821— fo. 4,000 
1842— to. 8.000 
1847-to. 5,000 
1845— to, 2.000 
mi—w. 6,000 

1842— «^ 10.000 

Prop. 6,000 
1883 - 8.000 
1829 -to. 5.000 

Prop. 1,000 
1851— ftr. 4,000 
1842-to. 1.200 

Prop. 6.000 
to. 1,000 



L. H. Fiiher. 

H. A. Perry. 
D. Ballon. 
J. J. Brayton. 
Stndenti. 
J. H. Ballon. 

Stndenta. 

D. Ballon. 

Stndenta. 



C. E. Fisher. 
E. W. Fnller. 
V. B. Tomllnsoa. 

C. P. HaU. 
I. K. Richardi 



D. Ballon. 



R. B. Sykes. 
T. B. T. Fisher. 

I. W. McLangklio. 



Students. 

I. Towsley. 
J. M. Atwood. 



0. B. Fisher. 
G. Adams. 

O. M. Hilton. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



45 



Parifhea. 




Churchea. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 








Org. No. 








Freachert. 


PiMt-ofllcea. Families. 


Org. No. 


Dates. { 


Values. 




Mk. Vernon, . . . 


1 

60 1 185^—57 


1876-46 


1859— w. 


$5,000 


F. L. Moaaeck. 


Jfatural Bridge, \, 


40 1 1872—56 


1875—45 


1870-w. 


3,000 


H. P. Forbes, D.D. 


Newark 


48 


1842—66 


1842-65 


1872— *r. 
Prop. 


14,000 
600 


G. B. Stocking. 


Newport, .... 


25 


1868—17 


1885 


1843-MJ. 
IVop. 


3,500 
500 


J. If. Atwood. 


Jfewvilfe, }, . . . 


20 


1880—20 


1880-76 


Uh. - 


- 




New York, 2d, . . 


70 


1869—05 


1869-150 


Prop. 


30,000 


J.M.Bartholomew . 


New York, 8d, . . 


100 


1834>109 


1846-150 


Building. 


E. C. Bolles, D.D. 


New York, 4th, . 


230 


1838-421 


1833-300 


1886-«^ 


&6r. 
500,000 


C. H. Eaton, d.d. 


New York, 6th, . . 


■. 


- — 


- 


Prop. 


15,000 




New York MUeion, 


150 


- - 


1859-260 


Prop. 


15,000 




N. Bloomfield, . . 


51 


1874—81 


1856-64 


1872- ic. 
Prop. 


6.000 
4,000 


M. L. Hewett. 


N. Brookfield, i, . 


30 


• - 


- _ 


1847—1/,. 


3,000 




N. Litch/feld (oc), 


20 


- - 


- 


1847-tc. 


11,000 




J^. Salem, . . . 


80 


1832—40 


1832—20 


1868— to. 
Prop. 


10,000 
9,000 


T. S. Lathrop. 


Ntmda, .... 


50 


1840—35 


1858-40 


1871— frr. 


12,000 




Nyack, 


35 


1872—36 


1890—44 


1872— w. 


8,000 


J. R. Johneon. 


Oleott, 


25 


1858—10 


1874—30 


1858— 6r. 


5,000 




OHeonta, .... 


97 


1882-70 


1882—70 


1879—10. 


4,000 


B. F. Temple. 


OrangevilU, . . . 


5 


— - 


- _ 


10. 


1,500 




Oewtgo, .... 


40 


1882-42 


1877—75 


1884-6r. 


13,000 




Oa^ord, .... 


50 


1837—50 


1862-80 


1840— to. 


4,500 


0. Palmatier. 


POitUion, .... 


30 


— - 


- - 


to. 


3,000 


Students. 


Periy, 


70 


1843-180 


1840-96 


1852—10. 
Prop. 


5,000 
2,500 


A. Coantryman. 


JHerrepont (oc), . 


- 


- 


- - 


Un. - 


1,300 




Portagetfille, . 4f , . 
Poolvllle 


15 


1842-12 


— — 


1841— to. 


2,500 




18 


1888—28 


1886—26 


1884— to. 


3,000 


E. W. Fuller. 


Fariland, \ . . . 


30 


25 


- ~ 


Prop. 


5,000 




Potedam, .... 


92 


1876—99 


1840-100 


1876-«<. 
Prop. 


10,000 
1,600 


Supplied. 


Preeton (oc), . . 


12 


- - 


- - 


to. 


1.000 




Bic/^eld, |. . . . 


20 


31 


1891—20 


- . 


3,000 




Richfield Springe, . 


40 


1873-66 


1862—60 


1833— rf. 


12,000 


S. R. Ward. 


Ridge way, . . . 


35 


1880-40 


1876-50 


1835-tc. 


3,000 


G. W. Powell. 


BocAeeter, lei, . . 


175 


1850-290 


1839-320 


1846-6r. 
Prop. 


50,000 
15,000 


A. Saze, d.d., and 
H. P. Morrell. 


Rooheeter, 2d, . . 


65 


1884-75 


1876-104 


1882—10. 


7,000 


D. M. Kirkpatrick. 


Rockdale (dor.), . 


10 


1873-80 


1878—31 


Un. 


- 




Rome {dor.), . . 


- 


1851-32 


- - 


1851— to. 


6,600 




Salamanca (oc.)i • 


10 


- - 


- 


- - 


1,500 




Satlebitry Centre, . 


12 


- - 


- - 


to. 


1,500 




Sandusky (dor.), . 
Schuyterh Lake, . 
Seipio, 


10 
15 


- '7 


^ ^ 


1843— to. 


1,000 
6,000 




75 


60 


- 70 


1839—10. 


6,000 


Studenta. 


Sherburne, . . . 


80 


1879—35 


1878-35 


1877-to. 


2,500 






40 


1845—56 


1874-60 


1867-to. 


5,000 




SmithtfilleCdor.),. 


6 


- . - 


- 


to. 


2.000 




SomerviUe (oc), . 


26 


- - 


- 80 


1846-10. 


2,000 




S* BdmeaUm, \, . 


4 


- - 


- • 


Un. - 


- 




BoQthoId 


44 


1880—81 


1879-^ 


1836— to. 


4,000 


B. A. Horton. 


Speedville (dor.), . 
apring/teld, . . . 
StarlMlUidor.),. 


10 


- - 


- 


- to. 


1,000 




20 


- 26 


- 32 


to. 


2,000 




16 


1878-30 


- — 


Un. - 


— 





46 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



FftrUhM. 


Churches. 


8. School!. 


Church Ediflcet. 


FvMchen. 


P<Mt-offlcei. Familie*. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




8t.JohMvUle{dor.), 20 
Stockton, .... 10 

Syracuse 60 

Trenton Falls, |, . 20 
Troy, 65 

Tuner 25 

upper Li9U, ... 16 
Utica (Central), . 116 
Utica (Ch. of Our 
Father;, ... 100 

Van IlomsviUe, 4, 45 
Victor 80 

Watertown, . . .176 

Webster 36 

WeMt Henrietta,. . 10 
Whltesville. ... 35 
Winthrop, . . . - 
Yorkshire Centre,^, 10 


1876—14 

10 

1864..^0 

1827-135 

1861-25 
1830—28 
1831-185 

1890-42 

1856-94 

1822-184 

1871-66 
1879-26 
1865-48 
1888—21 
1860-24 


1861—86 
1890—20 
1838 100 

1875—30 
1841-60 
1850-140 

1889—70 

- 35 
1862-110 

- 184 

1871—92 

1864—45 
1888—40 


Uh. - 

tr. $2,000 
1881— ftr. 30,000 
1839— tr. 3,000 
ISab-br. 30,000 
Prop. 1,300 
1855— t0. 2,500 
1831— U7. 1,500 
1851— «^ 37,000 

1891—^. 14,000 

Prop. 2,000 

- — 800 

1856-6r. 8,000 

Prop. 8,500 

1852— i^. 85,000 

Prop. 12,000 

18U— si. 3,500 

1877— to. 3,000 

1859^10. 2,500 

1888-40. 8,000 

1860—10. 1,000 


F. W. Betta. 
J. D. Corby. 

8. R. l^ard. 
C. Legal. 

D.L. R. Libby. 

H. K. Reigel. 

C. F. Dodge. 
Students. 


ToUls— 156 . 5,976 


122-7,405 


112-8,646 


136— $1,839,886 





North Carolina. 



No Convention. 



Parishes. 


Churches. 


8. Schools. 


Choreh Edifices. 


Preaohen. 


Posl-ofBoes. Families. 


Org. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Outlaw's Bridge 

(oc) 40 

Kinaton (oc), . . 60 
Taylor's Bridge 
{oc.), .... 60 


- 60 
1872-92 

1886-118 


Uh. 26 


- $400 

- - 200 

- - 600 


D. B. Clayton. 
D. B. Clayton. 

D. B. Clayton. 


Totals-8 . . 140 


8—260 


1-86 


8— $1,200 





North Dakota. 

The First Universalist Parish of North Dakota was organ- 
ized at Crystal, Pembina County, in 1889. Eighteen mem* 
bers. There is also a church of twenty-one members, and 



UNIYERSALIST REOISXER. 47 

a Sanday-school at Hoople, with occasional preaching. In- 
formal organizations also at Grand Forks and Fargo, with 
property respectively, of value of $300 and $250. 

Ohio. 

State Convention, organized in 1826, meets on Thursday 
before the first Sunday in June, or at the call of the Trus- 
tees. iVes. — Prof. C. M. Knight, Akron; Vice-Pres. — 
B. F. Thomas, Hamilton; Sec. — J. W. Henley, D.D., 
Fountain Park ; Treas. — W. D. Sibley, N. Lewisburgh ; 
Trus. — W. H. Slade, J. D. Streeper, Rev. J. Richardson ; 
State Superintendent — H. L. Canfield, D.D., Bellville ; Com- 
Tnittee of Fellowship — Rev. J. H. Blackford, Chairman; 
Rev. C. C. Conner, B. F. Beane, M.D., Eldorado, Secretary; 
W. S. Cox, M.D., John R. Moon; Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon^ 1893 — Rev. J. F. Thompson. Permanent Fund, 
$20,630. Ministerial Relief Fund, $800. 

Woman* 8 Missionary Alliance ^ organized in 1889. Pres, — 
Rev. Abbie E. Danforth, Peru ; Cor. Sec. — Mrs. Mary 
Grace Canfield, 35 Fulton Ave., Cincinnati; Bee. Sec. — 
Miss Mame Scott, Milford ; Treas. — Mrs. Emma L. James, 
168 Richmond St., Cincinnati; Missionary — Mrs. Augusta 
Quackenbush, Columbus ; Directors — Mrs. Martha Moore, 
Bryan ; Mrs. Clara Titus, Batavia ; Rev. Miss Carrie W. 
Brainard, Little Hocking. 

Young People's Christian Union^ organized 1890. Pres, 
— Dr. C. M. McLaughlin, Westville ; Cor. Sec. — H. B. 
Briggs, 40 Blackstone Building, Cleveland ; Bee. Sec. — 
Miss Alberta D. Garver, 28 St. James Ave., Cincinnati ; 
Treas. — J. D. Streeper, 295 N. High St., Columbus; 
Executive Board — r The officers and Rev. Harry L. Can- 
field, LneUa Z. Rummel, Mary Sibley; Missionary — Mrs. 
Augusta Quackenbush, Columbus. 



48 UN£y£RSALIST REGISTER. 

The Ministerial Association. Pres, — Rev. Harry L. Can- 
field ; Vice-Pres, — Rev. John Richardson ; Sec. — Rev. A. 
Willson ; Executive Committee — Rev. C. C. Conner, Rev. O. 
6. Colegrove, Rev. W. M. Jones. Meets on Tuesday pre- 
ceding the session of the Convention. 

Sunday-School Convention^ organized in 1866. Pres. — 
Rev. C. C. Conner, Hamilton; Vice-Presidents — Mrs. S. 
Moon, Rev. Came W. Brainard ; Cor. Sec. — Mrs. A. E. 
H. Clark, Akron ; Rec. Sec. — Maude Warwick ; Treas. — 
Jay Mead, Kent. Meets on Wednesday preceding the 
session of State Convention. 

"The Convention Circular," devoted exclusively to the 
interests of the church in Ohio, is published monthly, at 
twenty-five cents per year. Rev. Harry L. Canfield, Editor ; 
J. W. Henley, D.D., Fountain Park, Manager. 

Associations. — 1. Central^ organized in 1824, meets 
Thursday before the first Sunday in September. Session for 
1893 at Newway. Clerk — Rose E. Belknap, Beech. 

2. Western Reserve^ organized in 1833, meets the first 
Saturday in September. Session of 1893 at Kent. Preacher 
of Occasional Sermon — Rev. A. Willson. Clerk — Rev. 
Andrew Willson, Ravenna. 

3. Miami J organized in 1835, meets on the Friday before 
the third Sunday in August. Sec. — Miss Lizzie W. Bacon, 
Wyoming, Hamilton County. 

4. Washington^ organized in 1834, meets Friday before 
the fourth Sunday in August. Session for 1893 at Water- 
town. Clerk — Miss Caroline Curtis, Little Hocking. 

5. Ballou^ organized in 1842, meets on Friday before the 
fourth Sunday in September. Clerk — Mrs. Mattie Moore, 
Farmer's Station. Fund, $1,210. 

6. Huron, organized in 1841, meets Friday before the 
third Sunday in May. 

7. Montgomery, organized in 1840, meets on Thursday 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



49 



before the second Sunday in October. Clerk — I. S. Wen- 
ger, Wileys. 

8. Murray^ organized in 1836, meets Friday before the 
last Sunday in August. Clerk — Mrs. E. S. Bissell, Chagrin 
Falls. 

9. North Western^ organized in 1860, reorganized 1888, 
meets Friday before the last Sunday in August. Clerk — 
G. W. Hayward, Lyons. 

10. Highland^ organized in 1842, meets Friday before 
the first Sunday in May. Clerk — S. A. Turner. 

11. Winchester^ organized in 1842, meets at the call of 
the officers' Session for 1893 at Westville. Clerk — Miss 
Flora Arbuckle, London. 



Fuishea. 



P(Mt-ofHce«. Familim 



Chiuche*. 



Org. No. 



8. Schools. 



Org. No 



Church Edifices. 



Dates. Values. 



Preachers. 



Adriarit 
Akron, . 



20 
145 



Al(!«r Chapel, \ (P. 

O., W. Canaan), 20 
Attica, i, . . . .35 
Bainbridge {oc.) 

{P.0.,Bi98eU),. 17 

BelMlle 89 

Belpre, Istt \ {P. 

a, Rockland) t . 30 
Belpre,'Jd,iiP.O., 

LUtle Hocking), 16 
Berne {P.O., Wake- 

up, m.) 10 

Benerly 

Blanche»ter, (, . . 65 
Brlmfleld, \, . . .30 

Bryan, 50 

Bunker HUl,. . . 20 

Oaledcnia, \t . . 10 

Camden, ^, ... 25 

Centrejleld, ... 16 



Cincinnati, 
Cleveland, 
Colnmbus, 
Conover, . 
Cuba, \, . 
difde, . . 
Dayton, . 
Dttdley, . 



. 100 
. 50 
. 175 
. 25 
. 28 
. 22 

! 40 



12 


1869 - 


1872-201 


1872-275 


1861—40 


1886-60 


1860-57 


1861—90 


- 85 


_ _ 


1842-65 


1852—80 


1827-76 


1834—44 


1854—82 


1878—32 


1857-19 


1864—19 


1860-171 


1862-100 


1866—40 


1866—45 


1870-65 


1871-70 


185P— 35 


1886-26 


1867—45 


1867—80 


1886—45 


1888-30 


1870—35 


1872-40 


1827-260 


1827-100 


- > 


1891—40 


1833-190 


1844—90 


1868-40 


. . 


1868-48 


- - 


57 


- - 


1879-75 


- 



1862— u>. 
1879-6r. 
Prop. 

- br. 
1860— i»r. 

1879-to. 
1859— tc. 

1834— w. 

1854— u;. 

1880— to. 
to, 
1880 -6r. 
1867— w. 
1876— 6r. 
1865— M>. 
1867— to. 
I860— e»r. 
Prop. 

- br. 
Prop. 

1890 - 
1870— 6r. 
1868 -6r. 
1844-tr. 
I^op. 



$800 

50,000 

6,000 

900 
2,000 

1,800 
1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

800 

800 

6,000 

2,000 

10,000 

1,500 

2,000 

3,000 

100 

4,000 

40,000 

60.000 
2.500 
1,500 
1,700 
1,.300 
1,600 



J. F. Thompson. 

F. F. Buckner. 

J. Riohardflon. 
Carrie W .B rainard . 
OarrleW.Bralnard. 
O. L. Fortney. 

N.R.QuackenbDBh. 

A. Willson. 
E. D. Jacobs. 

J. B. Carpenter. 

Harry L. Canfleld. 
W. M;. Jones. 

B. P. Carlton. 

J. W. McCord. 



50 



UKIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Farifhcs. 



Churchei. 



Pott-ofHce*. Familict. Org. No. 



S. School*. 



Org. No. 



Church EdUlcet. 



Dtttes. I Values. 



PmeheiK 



Dunham 

Eaton , |« . . • • 
Eldoraaot (, . . . 
Fairfield (P. 0., 

Layman) (m.)i • i7 
Fairmont (m.), 



60 
50 



30 



Farmef*9 Station 

(fn«)« « • • > . 

/'/in<, i, . . . . 

Frost, \ 

Gallipolis, . . . 
Ooshtn, .... 
Hamilton, . . • 
Havana t |i • • • 
J/tifitington, |, . . 
JeffersoDvllle, |, . 
Jtrney^ J, . . . . 

Keut, 

La Orange^ . . . 
London, (• • • • 

Loxoer Salem 1 1, . 
Lyons 1 1^, . . . . 
Mantifield% . . • 
Margaretta (P.O., 
CasUlia},i, . . 

JoOAOfl, ^, . . • . 

McConnellsville, i, 
JtTiami C«y (P. 0., 

Alcony) (m.), 
Jfiddleport (m), . 
Milfordt .... 
Mt. Carmel, . . . 
inr. OiUad, . . . 
JVeio Haven t . . . 
New MadUon, i, . 

yew Paris, \, . . 
Newtown, |, • • • 
JWu> H'ay, .... 
^orwalk, .... 
Oliw Branch {P.O,t 

Sinking Spring) t 
Olmsted {P.O., Ooe 

Ridge), (, . . . 
PaUttine (P. 0., 

German) 1 1, • • 



1872—68 
1849-100 

1867—30 
1888—30 



20 1867-47 
2.') 1871—55 
20 , 1879—42 

15 1848—25 
6 1848—15 

90 1867-108 
20 , 1881—40 

16 I 1858—33 
20 I 1858—16 
34 1839—88 



90 


1866-115 


_ 


1861— 8 


22 


1860—30 


25 


1859-50 


40 


1867—60 


12 


1891—13 


25 


1862—35 


40 


1835-120 


15 


1866-^ 


15 


1877-32 


25 


1857-60 


25 


1889-44 


35 


1864-110 


33 


1861—95 


50 


1870—38 


55 


1870-106 



41 
30 
26 
76 

8 

85 
60 



Parkman, 
Pern, 4, . 



. . 82 



PUlnCity, i, . . 60 

PlattaviUe, . . . - 

Pricetown, ... 10 

Ravenna, .... 61 

Xeynoldsburg, I, . 12 

JiidgetfiUe, i, . . 9 



1864-96 
1859-47 
1857—64 
1870-125 

1838—25 

1870—90 

1868-106 



1838—53 

1842-95 
1877-106 
1851—22 
1877-188 
1848^25 
1846-12 



1867-60 
1868-100 

1868-38 
1888—60 



54 

1871-88 
1880—25 



1867—92 
1884—50 
1869—82 

1839-105 
1866-135 

1890—33 

1864—47 

- 125 

1891—20 

1863—35 
1845—75 
1866—25 

28 
1890—30 
1888—70 
1864—80 
1861—75 
1868 - 
1809—88 

1887—40 
1858—75 
1860—45 
1864-130 



1870-140 
1809-140 



1877 -to. $700 

1870— 6r. 8,000 

1869— ^»r. 3,000 

to. 1,600 

1884 -to. 2,000 

Prop. 100 



- br, 
1871— ^^r. 

1881—10. 

iseo—Or. 

br, 
189l-6r. 

10. 

1878-to. 
1874-i»r. 
1888-10. 
1868— e>r. 

10. 

1875-6r. 
I*rop. 
1861—10. 
to. 



2,500 

2,000 

1,000 

3,000 

1,000 

16,500 

•2,000 

1,500 

3,000 

2,500 

16,000 

700 

8,000 

500 

1,000 

1,800 



1868—10. 2,000 

1833-10. 2,000 

br. 2,000 



1838—72 
1863—50 



1877—80 
1888—30 
1868—25 



1878— &r. 
br. 
1891—10. 
1867— 6r. 
1862— to. 

Prop. 
1875— to. 

Prop, 
1875 -to. 
1833— Z^. 
1844— ?o. 
1871— 6r. 



3.000 
2,000 
4,500 
2,500 
2,000 

100 
2,500 

150 

2,500 

2,000 

1.500 

10,000 



1864— ^>r. 2,000 
1847— to. 3,000 



1869—10. 
Prop, 



1840— to. 
Prop. 
1843-6r 
1877—10. 
1861— 6r. 
1891-^.&io 

to. 
- br. 



1,000 

160 

500 

2,000 

500 

7,000 

1,200 

1,600 

.8,000 

1,200 

1,000 



J. H. Blackford. 
J. W. McCord. 



J. F. Carney. 
Carrie W.Brainard , 



C. C. Conner. 
J. F. Rice. 

J. W. Henley, D.D. 
N.R.Quackenbneh. 
O. O. Colegrove. 



CarrleW.Brainard. 
J. Richardson. 
A. E. Danfortb. 
L. D. Oroeley. 
J. W. Mc&iaster. 

J. R. Carpenter. 

H.N. Brown. 

J. R. Carpenter. 
S. J. Felt. 

J. F. Rice. 

AbbleS.Danforth. 

J. F. Carney. 

A. WilUon. 
N.R.QaackenbiiBh. 



UNIVERSALIST REGIiiTER. 



51 



Parbbcg. 


Churches. S. Schools. 

1 


Church Edifices. 
Dates. 1 Values. 

1 


Poflt-oiBce*. Familiea. 


Org. No. 


On?. No. 


1 

Rutland (m.), . . 10 1867-30 
Sharon Centre, . . 19 , - 33 
SharonvilU,. . . 9 - 18 
Springborough, i, 26 i 1856—56 
Sprina/l€ld,h . . 30 , 1857-100 

St. Parle 6 - 

Stryker, i, . . . 30 , 1877-43 
Upper 8andnsky,i, 25 1880—29 
Vincent {jn.), . . 15 1867—15 
Walbridge, ... - - 
Watertown (m.), . 24 I - 38 
Weetfield (A 0., 
Leiioy), ... 35 1838-95 

WeetviUe, 4. ... 14 1877—18 
Woodstock, ... 100 1842-75 
Windsor, .... 20 1866—35 
Zanesville,!, . . 20 1890-38 


1890-25 

1840-38 
50 

• 

62 
1883-25 

- 35 

1859—50 

1878-107 
1866-100 
1891-30 
1891—30 


1840— 1/>. $500 

1844— TC. 2,000 

fjr. 1.800 

br. 1,500 

Prop. 4,000 

- - 800 

br. 6,000 

1878-6r. 5,000 

1869— ti7. 800 

1870-u>. 1,200 

1842-t£. 1,500 
J Yap. 600 
1877- 6r. 7,000 
1844 _6r. 3,000 
1868— tr. 500 
br. 8,500 


Totals— 86 . 2,740 


80-4,927 


65-4,189 


78- $377,710 



Frcachen. 



J. W. Henley, d j[>. 



J. W. Henley, d.d. 
J. W. McCord. 
O. L. Wales. 
J. W. McCord. 



B. P. Carlton. 
L. D. Crosley. 



Oregon. 

State Convention, organized in 1874, indndes the minis- 
ters and churches in Oregon and Washington. No recent 
returns. It meets on Thursday following the first Sunday 
in June. Prea. — Rev. A. J. Wigle, Harrisburg ; Vtce-Ptes. 
— Jennie Brown, Eugene City ; Treas. — A. Condra ; Sec, — 
J. C. Cooper, McMinnville; Fellmvship Committee — Rev. 
A. J. Wigle, Rev. W. H. Nosier, John Archibald, A. Brown, 
J. W. Wigle. 



ParlshesL 


Churches. 
Oijj. No. 


S. Schools. 


Church Edifices. 


Fteachen. 


Po«t-oflloes. 1 Families. 


Org. 


No. 


Dates. Values. 




Albany, . . . . - 
Coqatlle (oc.), . . 8 
1 Portland (oc.)» - 20 


1873-10 


1874 - 
1892—25 


1892— $8,000 
1877-w. 350 


A. Wilgus. 
W. H. Noaler. 
Q. H. Sliinii. 


Totals— 3 . . 28 


1-10 


2 


-26 


2— $8,860 





52 universalist register. 

Pennsylvania. 

The State Convention, organized in 1832, meets the seoond 
Tuesday in Jane. Session for 1893 at Towanda. Pres. — 
Hon. C. S. Russell ; Vice-Pres. — G. W. Gabell, Jr. ; Sec. — 
Rev. F. A. Bisbee, 1628 Master St., Philadelphia; Treas. 
— George C. Thomas, Germantown, Philadelphia ; Committee 
of Fellowship — Rev. O. R. Beardsley, Hopbottom, Secretary; 
E. C. Sweetser, D.D., Rev. E. E. Bailey, S. B. Eldridge, 
¥^, M. Tiffany; Trus. — E. C. Sweetser, D.D., Rev. James 
Shrigley, George R. Frill, Chas. S. Lincoln, G. R. Bonsai, 
J. W. Howard, Jr., Frank Pierce, Wm. H. Hart, Jr., E. M. 
Tiffany ; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. C. P. Nash ; 
State Missionary — Rev. O. R. Beardsley, Hopbottom. 
Funds, $23,765. 

Young People* s Christian Union, Pres. — J. Thomas 
Moore, 409 Chestnut St., Philadelphia; Vice-Pres, — Ray 
Brodrick, State Normal School, Marshfield ; Sec. — Mrs. 
Mildred Rahm Smith, 318 State St., Towanda; Treas.— 
James S. Stevens, Jr., 33 Walnut St., Philadelphia; Execu- 
tive Boarrf — Thomas D. Ober, 1617 N. 16th St., Philadel- 
phia; Miss Sallie Marsh, 224 S. 6th St., Reading ; Miss Ida 
Smith, 825 Monroe Ave., Scranton. 

Vice-Pres, Woman* s Centenary Association — Mrs. Marion 
Yager, 1802 Sharswood St., Philadelphia. 

Associations. — Susquehanna^ organized in 1835, meets 
the Wednesday following the first Monday in September. 
Session for 1893 at Nicholson. Preacher of Occasional 
Sermon^ Rev. F. E. Adams. Clerk^ E. A. Waldie, Brooklyn. 

Lake Erie, organized in 1838, meets the first Wednesday 
in October. Session for 1893 at Girard. Clerk, Effle L. 
Shipman, Girard. 

North Branch, organized in 1842, meets the Wednesday 
and Thursday preceding the first Monday in September. 

Philadelphia, organized in 1829, meets at the call of the 
"*cers. 



UXIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



53 













FtoichM. 


Churehcs. S. Schools. 


Church Edifice*. 












Freachen. 


^it-offlcc*. Famili 


e«. Org. j No. 
10 ■ - 10 


Org. So, 


Dateik 

1 


Values. 




AlUnport (oc.)* • 


^ 


^ ^ 






Athens 


45 1871 • 56 


1871—60 


1850-ii>. 
I*rop. 


$3,500 
1,000 


Irene Earll. 


Bradford, . . . 


20 


1875—16 


- - 


1856-10. 


4,0C0 


J. C. Mclnemey. 


Brooklyn, . . . 


50 


1868-61 ' 1854—70 


1874—10. 


8.000 


D. W. Lamphear. 






1 




Prop. 


2,000 




(kunbridge (dor.), 


15 : 1875—16 


1870-40 


1852—10. 


1,600 




Clifford (oc), • • 


20 1874—15 




1847-to. 


800 




0>nDeaatville, . . 


43 


184S-87 


1852—57 


1861—10. 


1.600 




Corry {oc), . . . 


SO 


1877-70 


- 


Prop. 


200 




Dawaon, .... 


8 


12 


- • 


- — 


— 




Sanion (dor.), . . 


20 - - 


- - 


Prop. 


6,000 




Erie 


43 ; 1844—80 


1844-120 


184»-ir. 


18,000 


M. A. Brennen. 


FleetTille, . . . . 


20 1886—21 


. . 


10. 


2,000 


F. £. Adams. 


Gib9on (oc), . . 


25 1869-20 


25 


1842— ir. 


3,000 




Oirard (oc), . . 


20 ! - 60 


50 


10. 


2,000 




JBopboUom, . . . 


40 1860-82 

1 


1860-100 


1860—10. 
Prop. 


4,500 
300 


D. W. Lamphear. 


LenoxtilU, . . . 


20 - - 






- 




LlDesTllle, . . . 


45 , 1873—60 


1873—00 


1887— to. 
l^rop. 


4,000 
1,200 




LitchJUld,\,, . . 


20 1881—19 


- - 


- - 


- 




Mantf/Uld, . . . 


36 


1891—78 


1882—60 


1882-10. 
/Vop. 


3,000 
1,600 


Emma E. Bailey. 


Meahoppen (dor.). 


10 


- - 


— — 


ir. 


1,000 




Montrose, .... 


10 


1887—12 


- - 


1842—10. 


2,000 


A. 0. Warren. 


ITeie MUford, J, . 


15 1887— 2 


- 


- 


- 




Nicholson, . . . 


30 1877-70 


1874—51 


1876-»r. 


8,600 


F. E. Adams. 


OnctU Hill {dor. "t. 


8 - - 


- - 


1854— fc. 


1,000 




Philadelphia, Ut, . 


- . .. 


- - 


Prop. 


20,000 




Philadelphia, 2d, . 


160 ! 1822-168 


1825-186 


1872-*<. 


70,000 


F. A. Bisbee. 


Philadelphia, Ch. 














of Meaalah, . . 


175 


1850-372 


1851-178 


1890-««. 
Prop. 


170,000 
24,420 


E.G. Sweetser.D.D. 


PitUburg 


33 


1889—49 


- - 


- - 


- 




Reading 


120 


1852-174 


1851-210 


1890— «<. 


28,000 


O. W. Raebum. 


SalUburgh {dor.). 


4 


1869—20 


- - 


1869— to. 


1,000 




Scraoton, .... 


33 


1888—62 


1887—78 


1890— m. 


6,500 


Amanda Deyo. 


She»htqMin, |, . . 


15 


1880— 8 


1830—45 


to. 


3,000 




Sharptville, . . . 


21 


1876-49 


1875-47 


1884- 6r. 
Prop. 


16,000 
7.500 


J. Gorton. 


Smithont A, . . . 
SpriDgfleld Centre, \ 


36 


1874—69 


1870-76 


to. 


4,000 


8. Hough. 

W. £. Jackson. 


,20 


1881—30 


1882—30 


to. 


1,000 


Standing Stone, . 


19 


1891—16 


1874-30 


to. 


2,500 


F. W. Gillette. 


Sttaquehanna, . . 


20 


1883-16 


1872-76 


1872— JO. 


10,000 




Sylvania, \, . . , 
Tidionte 


15 


. . 


- - 


to. 


3,000 




40 


1874-73 


1870—60 


1870— tp. 


4,000 


L. 8. Crosley. 
M. H. Houghton. 


Tihttville, . . . 


60 


1865-100 


1860—90 


1865— fer. 


~ 


Towanda, . . . . 


70 


1877-116 


1877-84 


1876— ?/r. 


12.000 


R. T. Polk. 


Troy, 1, . . . . 


12 


1884-25 


1883—24 


1884-to. 


4,500 


W. E. Jackson. 


UlyMf$, .... 


8 


1887— 6 


— -> 


Prop. 

1888-^. 


200 




WeetAeld, « . . 


15 


1887—25 


1889—30 


3,000 


F. M. Alvord. 


Wellaburg (oc.)i 


35 


40 


1887-80 


to. 


2,600 




W.SpHngfleld{oc.), 


15 


12 


^ ^ 


br. 


2,600 




Total»->46 . 1.539 


40—2,265 


27—1.985 


36— $470,120 





54 



UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 



Rhode Island. 

The State Convention, organized in 1838, meets the first 
Wednesday in June. Pres. — Hon. L. W. Ballon ; Vice- 
Pres.—K. I. Cushman, D.D. ; /Sec — H, W. Rugg, D.D., 
Providence ; Treas. — Hon. Olney Arnold, Pawtucket ; Com- 
mittee of Fellowship — H. I. Cushman, D.D., Rev. C. J. 
White and Wra. K. Whiting ; Trus. — A. A. Presbrey, Rev. 
C. J. White, Arthur H. Metcalf, C. E. Carpenter, A. D. 
Vose and W. O. Cornell. Permanent Fund, 85,400 ; Clergy- 
men's Relief Fund, $715. 

Vice- Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Nancy 
Holmes, Providence. 



Pariohet. 


Churchei. 


S.SchooU. 


Church Edlflcei. 


Praachen. 


Fo<t-offii*ca. Fflnnlies. 


Oii5. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Values. 




Borrillville, ... 27 


18SS-11 


1888—10 


1887-w. f 13,000 


M. Goodrich. 


Oumberland (m.), 15 


— — 


20 


1873— tc. 3,000 




East Providence, . 68 


1883—37 


1881-111 


1K82— to. 8,000 


R.Eddy, d.d. 


Georgiaville, . . 30 


188S-28 


1886-80 


1885— u?. 6,000 


K. Eddy, d.d. 
F. W. Hamilton. 


Pawtucket, . . .107 


1858-193 


1826-369 


1868— to. 40,000 


Providence, lot, . 243 


1823-246 


1825-290 


1872-&r. 120,000 


H.I. Cu8hman,D.D 


Providence, Ch. of 










Mediator, . . .170 


1849-245 


1848-290 


1869-ftr. 50,000 
Prop. 2,000 


H. W. Bugg, D.D. 


Providence, Ballou, 20 


1885-28 


1885—84 


1888-to. 1,200 




Valley Falls, . . 40 


1885-40 


1866-115 


1886-10. 8,500 


F. W. Hamilton. 


Woonaocket, . . 185 


1843-247 


1840-385 


1840-IO. 26,000 
Prop. 15,000 


C. J. White. 


Totals— 10 . .064 


9-1,075 


10-1,644 


10— $291,700 





South Carolina. 



No Convention. 



^mm 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER* 



55 



PuiihM. 


Charchcs. i S. SchooLi. 


Church Edifice*. 


Freachen. 


FcMt-oflloet. Fftiniliei. 


Org. No. ' Org. No. 


Date*. Values. 




Chappells, ... 15 
Feastenrille, . . . 25 
Monntvllle, ... 9 


45 
1877-60 


30 
25 


W. $600 
. tr. 600 


D. B. Clay too. 
D. B. Clayton. 
D.Bf Clayton. 


Totals-S . . 49 


1 
2—106 »— 55 


2— $1»200 





South Dakota. 

Of the parishes at Yankton and Sioax City we have no 
recent information. 

Tennessee. 

There are several places in this State where there is occa- 
sional preaching, bat only two organizations are reported : 
Free Hill, with twenty church members ; church edifice 
valued at $750 ; and Harriman, forty families, fifty-one 
church members, seventy-five in Sunday-school, and church 
edifice valued at $10,000. Preaching every Sunday by Rev. 
W. H. McGlauflin. 



Texas. 

State Convention, fellowshipped in 1891. Pres, — Rev. 
James Billings ; Vice- Pres, — H. E. Conger ; Sec. — Rev. A. 
G. Strain, Hylton ; Treas. — Daniel Pingree ; Trua. — M. O. 
Gleason, Rev. J. M. Wright, L. W. Chase ; Committee of 
Fellowship — Rev. James Billings, Hico; Rev. A. G. Strain, 
J. H. Stallings. Funds, $4,290. 

* Vice-Pres. Woman^s Centenary Association — Mrs. J. L. 
Dewey, Sipe Springs, Comanche County. 



56 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Parlibes. 


Oiarehefl. 


S. School*. 


Church Ediflen. 


Preschcn. 


Poat-officcB. F&inilie*. 


Oi«. No. 


Org. No. 


Dates. Valuei. 




Bend, 3 

Blanket (oc), . . 10 
Centrepolnt (P. 0. 

Bskou) (m.), . 8 
OlarksvlUe (oc), . 6 
Comanche (oc), . 14 
Content (m.), . . 8 
Dallas (oc).. . . - 
Eastland Co. (oc), 8 
Farmersville, . . 10 
Fish Creek (P. 0. 

Hylton) (m.), . 9 

Grapeland (oc), . 10 
Hico, 18 

Meridian, ), . . . 14 

Newport (m.), . . 6 
Montague Springs 

(oc), .... 8 
Rockdale (oc), • 10 

Williamson Co., . 20 


8 
1882—17 

1892—7 
1884-10 
1889—20 
1892— 3 
1887—20 
1890—10 
1884-40 

1890—87 
1887—10 
1884—25 
1886—40 

1885—26 

1892—15 

1890— 8 
1875—50 

1885—50 


1888—10 

1884—30 
1888—25 

1887—20 
1884—40 


« 

Building. 
Prop, $800 

1889— M7. 8,000 
Prop, 200 
Prop. 500 


A. G. Strain. 
J. Billings. 
J. Billings. 
A. G. Strain. 
J. Billings. 
J. Billings. 
L, HoU. 

A. G. Strain. 
J. Billings. 
J. Billings. 
Mr. and Mrs. Bill 

ings 
Mr. and Mrs. BiU- 

ings. 
J. M. Wright. 

J. Billings. 

J. S. Dunbar and 

J. C. Lawhorn. 
J. C Lawhorn 

and J.S.Dunbar 


Totals— 18 . . 161 


18-391 


5—125 


1— $4,500 





Vermont. 

The Universalist Convention of Vermont and the Province 
of Quebec, organized 1833, meets on the last Wednesday in 
August. Place of meeting left to the Executive Committee. 
/Vc«. — A. T. Foster, Derby Line ; Vice-Pres. — G. W. 
Tilden; /Sec. — Rev. S. A. Parker, Bethel; Trcas. — Wil- 
lard Chase ; Committee of Fellowship — Rev. F. W. Whippen, 
Rev. F. W. Sprague, Rev. H. S. Fiske, Prof. Charles Dole, 
J. J. Burgess; Trus. — Rev. J. F. Simmons, E. J. Whit- 
comb ; Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. J. F. Simmons. 
Permanent Fund, $1,964. 

Young People's Union, Pres, — Rev. Walter Dole ; Vice^ 
Prea. — Mark Stanley; Sec. — Miss Emma L. Rogers, St. 



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57 



Johnsbury ; Treas, — Cora Lovell, Springfield ; Executive 
Committee — Rev. S. A. Parker, A. H. BurriDgton. 

Vice-Ptes. Woman^s Centenary Association — Mrs. Delia 
E. Warner. 

Associations. — 1. Northern^ organized in 1804, meets 
the third Wednesday in June. Rev. J. A. Seitz, West Con- 
cord, Clerk, 

2. Oreen Mounlain^ organized in 1829, meets the second 
Wednesday in June. Rev. J. P. Marvin, Clerk, 

3. ChamplaiUj organized as the Lamoille in 1833, name 
changed to Champlain in 1837, meets the third Wednesday 
in June. Rev. F. W. Whippen, St. Albans, Clerk, 

4. Central^ organized in 1848, meets the first Wednesday 
in June. Charles Dole, Northfield, Clerk, 

5.* Windham and Bennington^ organized in 1834, meets 
the second Tuesday in June. J. A. Bush, Clerk, 





Pariihci. 




Church««. 1 S. Schools. 


Church Edjflccn. 


PrcAchen. 


PocUofficei. 1 Familiet. Org. > No. Org. ; No. 


Datei. ' Vttlucf. 




Barnard (oc), . . 


30 


1874—17 


1845—35 


1846— to. $4,000 




Barre, 


200 


1867-182 


1840-200 


1862— IT. 16,000 
Prop. 1,600 


C. 8. NJckerson. 


Bellows Falls, . . 


70 


1880—66 


1870-120 


1880— eo. 12,000 
Prop. 2,000 


B. £. Marggraf. 


Berkthire {oc.)t . 


15 


- 


- 






Bethel, 


30 


1876-44 


1848—75 


1816— 6r. 4,000 




Brattleboro, . . . 


200 


1843-268 


- 310 


1880— to. 20,000 
Prop. 6,000 


F, W. Spragne. 


Calait (oc.)f • • • 


35 


- - 


1847—40 


1823— w. 700 




Cavendish, . . . 


20 


1848—12 


— • 


1844— «<. 2,000 


J. F. Howard. 


CfUitert .... 


86 


1871—28 


. - 


1846— «^ 3.000 


O. W. Perry. 


Derby Line, . . . 


50 


- — 


1874—17 


w. 3,000 


J. P. Marvin. 


Saat Barnard (oc.) , 


25 


1861 - 


- 26 


to. 1,000 




JSatt Bethel, h, . . 


40 


- - 


26 


1831— *r. 2,000 




Eatt Oatai* (oc), . 


30 


- - 


1838—40 


1847— ftr. 1,000 




East Montpeller, . 


76 


1892-14 


60 


6r. & w. 6,000 


C. 6. Nickerson. 


East Randolph, \, . 


20 


- . 


-. - 


1832— uj. 1,500 


8. A. Parker. 


Bttex (oc,), , . . 


14 


- - 


- ~ 


18.-)8— tc. 2,800 




Felehville {oc.), . 


40 


» - 


- 


- 1,000 




FUtcher, \, , , . 


20 


* - 


19 


1871— u>. 4,000 




Oaytvitte, \, , . , 


40 


1867—45 


1857-66 


1866— u>. 5,000 


S. A. Parker. 


&lover, i, m , , , 
Gnilford, ii . . . 


85 , - - 


1845—40 1 


1830-w. 2,600 




23 


1870—26 ' 1864-60 


1837-11'. 3.600 


F. W. Spragae. 


• 








Prop. 1,000 







58 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



Parishes. 



Po0t-offlcei. Families 



Churches. 



Oig. No 



S. Schools. 



Oik. No 



Church Edifices. 



Dates. Values. 



Fnachert. 



Hancock, |, ... 15 

/lartland (oc), . 40 

Ilineaburg (dor.), . 12 

Jacktontille, . . 25 

Jericho {oc), . . 15 

Ludlow, .... 50 

Lyndonyille, (, . . 20 

Marshfleldt ... 46 

Moriiaville, . . . 50 

Northjleld, ... 70 
North Tunbridge 

(oc), .... 30 

Orange (dor.), . . 15 

Plaif\field {dor.)t . 35 

Patney, i, ... 50 

Richmond, ... 45 

RochoAter, ... 45 

Roxbury, \, . . . 26 

Ratland 80 

Sadawga (oc), . 20 

Sharon (dor.), . . 20 

Shoreham, J, . . 30 

Shrewibnry (oc), . 30 

So. Strafford {oc.), 20 

So. Woodstock, 4, . 40 

Springfield, ... 65 

St. Albans, ... 50 

St. Johnsbary, . . 75 

Stowe, 74 

Swanton (dor.), . 15 

Vernon, *, ... 20 

WaU^eld(oc.), . 12 

Washington, i, . . 20 

WelU (oc), ... 20 
West Burke, i, . .23 

West Concord, . . 75 

West Derby t.^ . . 

West Halifax, \, . 20 
W. Randolph {dor.}, 2b 

West Windsor (oc), 20 

WilUamstown. h, . 25 
WilliamsvilU (<for).,25 

WiUUton, ... 12 

Wilmington,. . . 35 
White Riv. Junction, 65 



Wolcott, . 
Woodstock, 



27 
50 



ToUls-67 . 2,630 



_ _ 


_ _ 


to. 


fl.SOO 


1848-64 


1856-38 


1866— u;. 


3,000 


M ^ 


1851—37 


185l-io. 


800 


- . 


— - 


1847-ftr. 


2,000 


1842-^5 


1839—70 


1837—^. 


5,000 






Prop. 


3,400 


1885—19 


1888—20 


— — 


-. 


1871—42 


1866-46 


1851— «. 


2,000 


1854—40 


1856-50 


1864— tr. 


3,600 


1851-87 


1861-107 


1857— w. 


9,000 


_ _ 


. _ 


1830— w. 


1,000 


7 


1878—28 


VD. 


1,600 


1876—25 


- 80 


lO. 


1,200 


- - 


1881—65 


— — 


- 


1877-11 


1850—76 


1879— w. 


9,000 






Prop, 


2,000 


1868—24 


1867—60 


1870— w. 


3,600 


- 


> - 


V). 


1,500 


- 86 


1885-136 


1889— 9^ 


20,000 






Prop, 


5,000 


— — 


— — 


w. 


800 


_ . 


1890—45 


1885— 6r. 


8,000 






Prop. 


5.000 


- - 


- - 


1840— tD. 


1,000 


- - 


1887—26 


w. 


2,000 






Prop. 


3,300 


1872-25 


1876-25 


1848— M7. 


2,000 


1843—60 


1842—90 


1834-ftr. 


12,000 


1883—60 


1K80-85 


1883-*r. 


12,000 


1873-86 


1871-146 


1872— w. 


15,000 


1856 - 


88 


Prop, 


12,000 


- - 


1886-25 


- . 


- 


1879—32 


1864—52 


1845— U7. 


3,600 


- - 


- 


- br. 


2,000 


1843—46 


1876—40 


1848 -u). 


2,500 


1870—65 


1870—26 


1871— ii>. 


4,000 


1869—22 


1846-100 


1844-tr. 


4.500 






Prop. 


2,500 


- - 


- 


- - 


2,300 


— — 


1832—30 


1846-10. 


400 


_ . 


— • 


Prop. 


800 


- - 


1866—40 


1849-w. 


3,000 


1878—23 


1878—34 


1834— 6r. 


2,000 


1860 - 


1878-25 


1869-6r. 


4,000 






Prop, 


2,000 


1852—26 


1840—30 


1835— M>. 


6,000 


21 


1878-40 


1878— ir. 


8,000 






Prop, 


100 


1883— 8 


1881—46 


1882— uj. 


1,600 


1862—63 


1886—46 


1835— IT. 


10.000 






Prop, 


3,600 



87—1,613 



48-2,916 



67— $303,200 



O. B. Guernsey. 

J. F. Howard. 
C. Weston. 

A. B. Wright. 



A. A. Rice. 
F. W. Evans. 



H. L. Thornton. 
H. 8. Flske. 



J. F. Simmons. 

T. Borden. 

F. W. Whlppen. 

C. Weston. 

I. P. Booth, D.D. 

F. W. Bprague. 

A. IL, Smith. 

J. A. Soltz. 

O.P.Marvin. 
H. A. Abbott. 

A. K. Smith. 

F. W. Evans. 

H. A. AbboU. 
S. A. Parker. 

J. F. Simmons. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 59 



Virginia. 

A church edifice owned by Universalists at Richmond is 
valaed at $5,000. A parish of thirteen families, church of 
twenty-four members, and Sunday-school numbering twenty- 
eight, exists at Norfolk ; preacher. Rev. Joseph Jordan. 

Washington. 

Rev. Q. H. Shinn reports a parish at Tacoma of twenty- 
six families ; also a parish at Seattle. 

West Virginia. 

A State Conference was organized in September, 1891. 
Pres, — S. B. McWhorter, Auburn ; Vice-Pres, — N. B. 
Sandy, Bingamon ; Sec, — W. E. Ashburn, West Union; 
Treas. — M. F. Hubbs, Glen Easton. 

There are three parishes : Fork Ridge, eighteen families, 
fifty-two church members, forty-eight in Sunday-school, a 
church edifice built in 1873, and valued at $1,200. Shinns- 
ton parish, seven families, church of nine members, owns a 
lot valued at $200, and has preaching quarterly by W* E. 
Aaihbum. Glen Easton, thirty-five families, church of sixty- 
four members, Sunday-school of sixty-eight, chu|ph edifice 
built in 1872, valued at $1 ,000 ; other parish property $1 ,000 ; 
preacher, one-fourth of the time, S. F. Carlton. 

Wisconsin. 

The Wisconsin Universalist Convention, organized in 1848, 
meets on the first Tuesday in June. The session of 1893 
will be held at Wausau. Pres. — Hon. W. H. Rogers; 
Vice-Pres. — Rev. Mary J. DeLong; Sec. — Rev. W. S. 



60 



UNIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 



Ralph, Columbus ; Treaa. — Mrs. H. B. Laflin, La Crosse ; 
Trua. — John Hasey, J. W. Rogers, Rev. W. S. Williams; 
,Committee of Fellowship — Rev. J. M. Pay son. La Crosse ; 
Rev. S. F. Gibb, Dr. H. B. Laflin ; Preacher of Occasioned 
Sermon — Rev. J. F. Schindler. Funds, $458. 

Woman*8 Missionary Society. Pres. — Mrs. H. B. Laflin, 
La Crosse ; Sec. — Mrs. Maggie Atkinson, Stoughton ; 
Treas. — Mrs. W. S. Ralph, Columbus. 

Toung People* s Christian Union. Pres. — George E. 
Rodgers, Racine ; Vice-Pres. — Miss Cassie Everest ; Sec. — 
Miss Inez Laurence, Armstrong Creek; Treas. — Mr. Law- 
ton, Whitewater ; Me^nber of Executive Board — Miss Bessie 
Walker, Racine. 

Vice- Pres. Woman's Centenary Association — Rev. Mary 
J. DeLong, Oshkosh. 



Pariihes. 




1 Churches. 


8. Schools. 


Church Ediflce*. 














PrfeAfK^ra. 


Po«t-officci. Familiea. 


Org. No. Org. No. 


Datef. 


Valuci. 




Auguit«, 1^, . . . 


26 


1892—30 


^ ^ 


. 


. 




Blk.Rit. FalU (oc.) 


,20 


1870—25 


1868 - 


1869— ». 


$2,000 




Colambufl, . . . 


30 


18«9— 41 


1866-56 


1870— MJ. 


4,500 


W. S. Ralph. 


Elkhorn.i, . . . 


42 


1878—17 


-. - 


1875-w. 


3,600 


J. F. Bohludler. 


Fori AlkinMon, . . 


25 


1869—18 


1886-60 


1885— w. 


3.000 




Hartford, J, . . . 
La Crosse, . . . 


25 


- 


- 


Prop. 


120 


Olympla BrowD. 


116 


18«7-117 


1866-200 


1866-6r. 


20,000 


J. M. Payaon.** 


Lodi 


SO 


1875—36 


1872-45 


1875— ftr. 


3,000 


W. 8. Ralph. 


Jfarkeaan (oc), • 


15 


1858—31 - - 


1858— W7. 


1,500 




Monroct .... 


75 




1868-125 


1863-6r. 


10,000 




Mount Stirling, i, 


17 


- 


- 


- - 


~ 




ITeenah dk Menaahot 


40 


1867—12 


1867-55 


1867— ^>r. 


7,500 




Oahkoah 


50 


1886-20 1886—05 


1889— tc. 


4,000 


T. W. Crltchette. 


Prairie du Sac, . 


20 


1869-20 


. . 


1868-t0. 


4,000 




Racipe, |, . . . . 


55 


1853—76 


1878—89 


7Vo». 


10,000 


J. F. Schindler. 


Rochester, .... 


40 


- - 


- - 


1870— 6r. 


5,000 




Springvale (oc.)> • 
Stoughton, . . . 


25 


— - . — 


1869— u>. 


2,000 




50 


1879-30 1850-64 


1868-ftr. 


4,300 


0. R. ^Ya%hbum. 


Wauaau 


25 


1887—55 


1887-55 


1887— u>. 
Prop. 
1868— ^r. 


4,500 
1,600 


W. B. Willlama. 


Whitetcatert . . . 


53 


1871—42 1868-69 1 

1 


8,000 


F. W. Millar. 


ToUU~20 . . 


777 


15—570 ' 12-863 

• 


16- $98,520 





UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 61 



Scotland. 



Convention organized in 1876. Honorary Presidents — J. W. 
Hanson, D.D., Rev. Mrs. C. A. Soule; Pres, — Andrew Ure; Vice- 
Pres. — A. Gardner; Sec, — John Currie, 39 Hope St., Glasgow; 
Missionary — Rev. Oliarles A. C. Garst, 10 Belgrave Terrace, 1 Ann 
St., Hillhead, Glasgow. 

Vice-Pres, Woman*s Centenary Association — Mrs. Mary M. Thomp- 
son, Glasgow. Parishes — Larbert, owns the building in which it 
worships. Glasgow, forty families, charch organized In 1879, one 
hundred and sixty members; Sunday-school organized in 1879, 
forty members ; church edifice, iron, built in 1891, valued at $2,600 ; 
other property, $500. 

Japan. 

As noticed on page 7, a mission was begun by the General Con- 
vention in 1890. Present Missionaries — George L. Perin, D.I)., 
Rev. I. Wallace Cate, Miss Margaret C. Schouler, Rev. Clarence £. 
Rice, Rev. Takeo Sagara, Rev. Hizedp Yoshimnra and Mr. Tastijiro 
Abe, a licentiate, with headquarters at Tolcyo. 

There are now five places where regular services are held : 
Tokyo, where is a church edifice, valued at $4,000; Kev. I. W* 
Cate, Pastor; George L. Perin, D.D., Assistant Pastor. Shizuoka, 
Rev. Takeo Sagara, Pastor. Sendai, Rev. H: Yoshimura, Pastor. 
Okitsu, services three times each month, Rev. Takeo Sagara in 
charge. Osaka, services every Sunday, Mr. F. Ahe in charge. 
Tokyo and Shizuoka have organized churches and Sunday-schools ; 
the other places have church members but no organizations yet. 
Total number of church members, seventy; In Sunday-schools, 
sixty-two. 

The following schools are established : Uchu Shinkyo (Univer- 
salist) Theological School, Japanese manager, Mr. H. Hoshlno; 
teachers, G. L. Perin, D.D., Rev. I. W. Cate, Rev. C. E. Rice; 
place, No. 6 Shichome, lulamachi, Kojimachi Ku, Tokyo; students 
ten. Uchu Jo Gakko (Girls' School), manager, Mr. H. Hoshlno ; 
teachers. Miss M. C. Schouler and Miss Tamada. Shizuoka Girls' 
School, manager, Rev. Takeo Sagara, with three Japanese assist- 
ants. 

Paper, *• The Liberal Christian," issued the first day of every 
month, edited by Mr. H. Hoshlno and G. L. Perin, D.D. 



62 UXIYERSALIST REGISTER. 



YOUNG PEOPLE'S ORQANIZATIONS. 

State orgaQizations are said to be formed Id fourteen States. 
We give the list of local unions in fellowship with these State 
anions, so far as they have been reported to us by their respective 
State secretaries. Unless otherwise designated all are T. P. C. 
U/s. 

California. 

Oakland, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Grace Carroll. 

Pasadena, Miss Lillo Keese. 

Pomona, Miss Hatha Paine. 

Santa Cruz, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Alice Rhodes. — 4. 

Connecticut. 

Bridgeport, Miss Mary A. Bunce, 189 Park Ave. 
Danbury, Miss Kate E. Manley, 16 i^almforth Ave. 
Hartford, Young People's Guild, Miss Ella Johnson, Pai^k St. 
Meriden, Miss May Storm, 16 Grove St. 
MiddletowD, Miss Nannie Miller, 548 Main St. 
New Britain, Miss S. M. Whitney, 9 Chestnut St. 
New Haven, William Z. Bartlett, 36 Edgewood Ave. 
Norwich, Mrs. G. A. Keppler, 148 Laurel Hill Ave. 
Putnam, Miss Mabel Brown. 
Stafford, Miss Alice Needham. 
Stamford, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Kathryn Root. 
Thompsonvllle, Ella Davis. ~ 12. 

Indiana. 

Beech Grove, Miss Cora Vanattt, Coal Bluff, Ind. 

Boston, Miss Clara Campbell. 

CoUamer, Miss Belle Galbreath. 

Dublin, Miss Myrtle Layman. 

Fairfield, Miss Kittle Irwin. 

Huntertown, Willie Ballou. 

La Fayette, Miss Emma Tinkler. 

Mt. Carmel, Miss Ola Bldlnger. 

Muncie, Mrs. A. C. Stouder. 

Oaklandon, Miss Maggie McConaha. 

"Da 4^1.1 ^f 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 63 

Pendleton, Mrs. George Jones. 

Roann, Miss Cora M. Fosher. 

Rising Sun, Harry Hay man. 

Union, Miss Prudy Bourne, Contreas, Ohio. 

Woodville, W. L. — 16. 

Iowa. 

Bloomfleld, Miss Ella Clayton. 

Cedar Falls, Miss Mary Fox. 

Charles City, Miss Emily Sylvester. 

Des Moines, Miss Ella Hatch. 

Dabuque, Miss Sarah Graves. 

Eldora, 

Iowa Falls, 

Manchester, Miss Belle Robinson. 

Marshalltown, 

Mt. Pleasant, Miss Sylvia Palmer. 

Otranto, 

Storm liake, 

Waterloo, Eugene Sinclair. 

Webster City, Miss Tressa Treat. 

West Union, — 16. 

Kansas. 

Delphos, Miss Nannie Durst. 

Junction City, Miss Artina Toms. 

Redfleld, Miss Ida Noel. 

Seneca, Miss Ressa Kennard. 

Topeka, Clyde Mohler, Topeka, Auburndale Addition. — 5. 

Maine. 

Auburn, Y. P. C. A., Miss Mary E. Briggs, 212 Turner St. 

Augusta, N. H. Dunton. 

Bangor, Miss Nora E. Thompson, 29 5th St. 

Bath, MLss Emma F. Hooper, 24 Green St. 

Belfast, Miss Georgie Lord. 

Bethel, Miss Annie M. Frye. 

Bryant's Pond, Geo. L. Stephens. 

Deering, Miss Cynthia M. Record. 



64 UNIYBRSALIST REGISTER. 

Dexter, Guild of the Good Shepherd, Miss Lizzie Sprlngall. 
East EddingtoD, Earl C. Merrill. 
Fairfield, Miss Lncia Connor. 
Hope, Mrs. E. B. Barrett. 
Lewiston, Miss Frances A. Kimball. 
Llvermore Falls, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Minnie Alden. 
Mechanic Falls, Miss Estella Darell. 
North Anson, Miss Florence Hapgood. 
North An burn. Miss Ellen Allen. 
Oakland, Miss Edith Cornforth. 
Pittsfield, Miss Carrie E. Libby. 

Portland, Congress Square, Fred. S. Rand, 7 Prospect St. 
Portland, Church of the Messiah, Miss Jennie A. Sargent, 42 
Atlantic St. 
Richmond, Mrs. S. D. Martin. 
Rockland, Miss Louise G. Hunt, 60 Summer St. 
Skowhegan, Miss Clara B. Varney. 
South Berwick, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Belle L. Grant. 
Stockton Springs, Miss Lura Simmons. 
Waterville, Miss Hannah J. Powell. 
Westbrook, Miss Annie Elwell. — 28. 

« 

Massachusetts. 

Abington, Miss Harriet T. Brooks, 17 Frederick St. 

Acton, West, Miss Dora J. Hoar. 

Annisquam, Christian Helpers, Miss Annie M. Olson. 

Arlington, Y. P. S. C. E., Mary O. Nash, Washington St. 

Beverly, Ballou Club, Benj. Huntoon. 

Beverly, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Ida Nickerson, 2 Dane St. 

Boston, Columbus Ave., Mary A. Steere, 229 Northampton St. 

Boston, Shawmut Ave., Miss Grace Carter, 5 Pickering Ave., 
Roxbury. 

Boston, Grove Hall, Lillian M. Hobbs, 4 Elmont St., Dorchester. 

Boston, East, Miss Annie G. Davidson, 58 Eutaw St. 

Boston, South, Bethany Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Carrie F. Elliott, 
25 G St. 

Cambridge, East, Miss Carrie S. Nellson, 219 Cambridge St. 

Cambridge, North, H. K. Estabrook, 101 Washington Ave. 

Cambridgeport, Miss Susan M. Adams, 20 Lee St. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 65 

Chatham, Eunice 6. Kendrick. 

Chelsea, Effie I. Clayton, 72 Orange St. 

Danyers, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss May Whiting. 

Everett, Miss Lizzie E. Martin, 4 Franklin Place. 

Fltchburg, Y. P. S. Christian Culture, Eliza W. Stowell, 37 Iliijh- 
land Ave. 

Gardner, Ella E. Morley, 160 School St. 

Haverhill, Y. P. C. A., Louise M. Sheridan, 33 Broadway. 

Lawrence, Y. P. C. A., Flora I. Doble, 26 Pleasant St. 

Lowell, 1st, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Mabel IL Adams, 124 E. Merri- 
inac St. 

Lowell, 2d, Gertrude Allen, 38 W. Sixth St. 

Lynn, 1st, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Mabel Hussey, 5 Essex Place. 

Mansfield, John Wills, Jr. 

Marblehead, Y. P. S. C. E., Lucy W. Davis, Prospect St. 

Medford, Y. P. S. C. E., S. L. Archibald, 20 Pleasant St. 

Melrose, Helen L Merriam, Box 267, 21 Winthrop St. 

Merrimac, Emma J. Clement. 

Methuen, Y. P. M. A., Walter L. S. Gilcreast. 

Mllford, Murray Club, Walter L. Tougas, Box 351. 

Newtonvllle, Y. P. S. C. E., Rose E. Cunningham, Box 65. 

North Adams, Miss Harriet T. Brooks, 17 Frederick St. 

Norwell, Miss Grace H. Jacobs, Assinippi, P. O. 

Palmer, Miss Clara Willis. 

Peabody, Y. P. S. C. E., Augusta Southwick, 150 Lowell St. 

Salem, Y. P. S. C. E., G. H. Symonds, 107 North St. 

Somervllle, Cross St., Miss Martha E. Burrows, 19 Chester Ave. 

Somervllle, West, Y. P. S. C. E., Lillian M. Sargent, 273i Elm St. 

Somervllle, Winter Hill, Miss Helen G. Curtis, 8 Rlchdale Ave. 

Sonthbrldge, C. Howard Edmonds, Main St. 

Spencer, A. Hart Faxon. 

Springfield, Y. P. S. of St. PauPs Church, Miss Lautle Tiflft, 103 
Mulberry St. 

Taunton, Homer P. Ingell, Cohannet St. ^ 

Tufts College, A. M. Blackford. 

Wakefield, Y. P. C. A., Miss Ada Phipps, 38 Pleasant St. 

Walthara, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Bertha E. Payson, 188 Moody St. 

Warren, Luella M. Horton. 

Webster, Unity Club, Miss S. M. Davis. 

Weymouth, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Alice M. Gutterson, 61 Front St. 



66 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Weymouth, North, Miss Mary E. Spencer, Norton St. 
Weymouth, South, Miss Mary B. Linfleld, 48 Main St. 
Worcester, 1st, Lillian Blunt, 5 Merrick St. — 54. 

MiCUIOAX. 

Bay City, Miss Jessy Kay, 619 Madison Ave. 

Concord, John Grover. 

Decatur, Henry Hlnkley. 

Eagle, Mrs. Lena Holmes. 

Grand Rapids, Miss Bertha E. Kutsche, 79 Lurumer St. 

Lansing, Miss Mary Bailey, Cedar St., N. 

Lapeer, R. W. Vail. 

Liberty, Harry Alger. 

Portland, Miss Clara Arras. — 9. 

New Hampshirb. 

Berlin Falls, Miss Delia Bennett. 

Claremont, Harry H. Russell. 

Concord, Miss Laura P. Metcalf. 

Enfleld, Miss Florence Hadley. 

Hinsdale, Miss E. I. McKeen. 

Kingston, Miss Nellie P. Marshall. . 

Manchester, McCrllUs Union, Miss Blanche Bullock, 453 Pine St. 

Marlborough, W. C. Adams. 

Nashua, Ballou Association, Miss Annie L. Goodrich, 7 Court St. 

Portsmouth, Miss Alice E. Norton. 

Plymouth, Miss Margaret Brown. 

South Newmarket, Young People's Guild, Miss Harriet Fetherly. 

Weare Centre, Miss Laura W. Whittle. 

West Chesterfield, H. G. Smith. 

Westmoreland, Miss Ella McClennlng. 

Winchester, Miss Emma F. Rixford. 

Woodsville, J. Madison Sayers. — 17. 

New York. 

Albany, KoUin B. Sanford. 
Alexander, Minnie B. Chaddock. 
Auburn, Y. P. S. C. E., 
Bingham ton, Herman Doughty. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 67 

Bridgewater, Nellie Atkinson. 
Bristol, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Mary Andrews. 
Brooklyn, Church of Our Father, W. G. Brewer, 367 Nostrand 
Ave. 
Boffalo, 1st, Y. P. S. C. £., Ellen D. Baker. 
Buffalo, 2d, Y. P. S. C E., 
Cambria, 

Canton, Y. P. S. C. E., 
Cicero, 

Clarendon, Minnie Goodnough. 
Clifton Springs, Y. P. S.C- E., 
Clinton, Miss Jessie Anderson. 
Columbus, May Hopkins. 
Cooperstown, Miss L. A. Leaming. 
Elllsburg, Carrie J. W. Fox. 
Fly Creek, Edwin M. Jarvis. 
Fort Plain, Y. P. S. C. E., Cornelia E Gayler. 
Friendship, Y. P. S. C. E., Leona Root. 
Geneva, C. N. Heroiup. 
Henderson, H. A. Terry. 
Hudson, Henry Fowler. 
Leroy,Y. P. S. C. E., 
Little Falls, Lillian Foot. 
Lockport, Jessie Osgood, 140 Church St. 
Macedon, Y. P. S. C. E., Ella Harwood. 
Middleport, Julia Odell. 

Mount Vernon, Florence P. Ellis, 153 Stevens Ave. 
Newark, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss A. Horton. 
Olcott, Kate M. Swarthout. 
OBwego, Y. P. S. C. E., 
Perry, Y. P. S. C. E., Mrs. Hattle Tomllnson. 
Potsdam, Y. P. S. C. E., Harry M. Anderson. 
Richfield, Florence Colwell. 
Richfleld Springs, E. B. Weatherbee. 
Ridgeway, Y. P. S. C. E., 
Rochester, Ist, Y. P. S. C. E., 

Rochester, 2d, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Edith MlUegan, Selye Terrace. 
Schuylers Lake, Emma Halght. 
Sherman, Y. P. S. C. £., Mabel Adams. 
Syracuse, 



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68 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Troy, Y. P. S. C. E., W. H. Murray. 

Utica, Bessie M. Ballon, 16 Remble St. 

Victor, Kate B. May. 

Watertown, Y. P. S. C. E., 

Webster, Y. P. S. C. E., Alice M. Richardson. 

Wlllink, Lillian Buffum. — 49. 

Ohio. 

Akron, Will C. Cowden, 206 Carroll St. 

Attica, Miss Nettie Englehart. 

Bellville, Miss Ida Sell. 

Bel pre, 1st, Miss Hattie L. Homer. 

Blanchester, Miss May Clevinger. 

Brimtield, Miss Sara Zeller. 

Bryan, Miss Jennie Lawson. 

Camden, Miss Pauline Williams. 

Cincinnati, Miss Nettie B. Littell, 80 Brookside Ave., Station^A. 

Cincinnati, Walnut Hills, Miss Frankie Grant. 

Cleveland, Miss Alice Kennedy, 108 Cedar Ave. 

Columbus, J. L. Ward, 11 S. High St. 

Conover, Miss Minnie S. Lauer. 

Dudle}', Miss Alia Morgarridge. 

Eaton, Miss Maggie Pottenger. 

El Dorado, Miss Grace Blackford. 

Flint, Miss Annetta Johnson. 

Frost, Miss Josie Cook. 

Hamilton, Miss Sue Wallace. 

Havana, Miss Lillian Furries. 

Jersey, Miss Rose E. Belknap, Beech, 0. 

Kent, Miss Bessie Wlddecombe. 

Lower Salem, Miss Lora J. Kid, Whipple, O. 

Lyons, Miss Lillie Hayward. 

Mason, Miss Pearl Wycoff. 

McConnellsville, Mrs. E. E. Hart. 

Mllford, Miss Elizabeth Julien. 

Montgomery, Miss Eugenia B. Grain. 

Mt. Carroel, Miss Cora Johnson. 

Mt. Gilead, Miss Maggie Young. 

New Madison, James Alexander. 

Newtown, Miss Hattie Castler. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 69 

Norwalk, Miss Mayme Clapp, 120 W. Main St. 

Olmstead, Miss Carrie Stetson, Coe Ridge, O. 

Palestine, Miss Lola Diclcey, German, O. 

Pern, H. £. Sanders. 

Plain City, Miss Lillie Hager. 

Ravenna, Miss Ella Pitkin. 

Ridgevilie, Mrs. C. P. Lupton. 

Sharonvllle, Miss Ida Mossteller. 

Springborougli, Miss May L. Tompson. 

Stryker, Miss Nora Mlgnin. 

Watertown, Miss Maud Weihl. 

Westfleld, Miss Clara Blssell, Leroy, O. 

Woodstock, Miss Rena Dix. 

Zanesville, Miss Edith Anderson, 106 Adams St. —46. 

Pennsylvania. 

Athens, Ben Stroud. 

Brooklyn, Emma Eld ridge. 

Fleetvllle, Miss E. Maud Depue. 

Hopbottom, Florence Titus. 

LinesviUe, Helping Hand Club, Minnie Miller. 

Mansfield, Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Alice Campbell. 

Nicholson, Elmer Bacon. 

Philadelphia, Church of the Messiah, Kate R. Dessalett, 2035 
Master St. 

Philadelphia, Church of the Restoration, Lillian E. Romlg, 707 
N. 18th St. 

Reading, Emma Relgel, 312 N. Front St. 
* Scrantou, Ida E. Smith, 825 Monroe Ave. 

Sharpsvllle, Edith Ford. 

Standing Stone, Lillian G. Storrs. 

Towanda, Henry E. Taylor, 14 Mechanic St. 

Fowanda, The Ladles* Society of the Church of the Messiah, Mrs. 
M. J. Long. — 15. 

Vermont. 

Barre, Miss Lucy Allen. 

Bellows Falls, Miss Bell Whitman. 

Bethel, Harr}' Adams. 

Derby Line, Miss Gertrude Pike. 



70 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Hartland, Miss Janet B. Harding. 

North Montpeller, Miss Alice Short. 

Richmond, King's Daughters, Miss Carrie Edwards. 

Kutland, Miss Lula Perry. 

Springfield, Miss Bertha White. 

St. Johnsbury, Miss Mattie Jenness. 

Stowe, Miss Mary Straw. 

Waterloo, P. Q., D. L. Allen. — 12. Total reported, 281. 



The following are from reports made by pastors. Some 
of the organizations may be connected with State unions, 
but of this we have no knowledge. As in the preceding list, 
all are Y. P. C. U.'s unless otherwise designated : — 

Baltimore, Md., Young People's Guild, Annie S. Phillip. 

Branchport, N. Y., King's Daughters, 

Brattleboro, Vt., Y. P. S. for Religious Improvement, Miss Minnie 
Haskins. 

Brookline, Mass., Herbert Chase. 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Carrie M. Palmer, 119 8th Ave. 

Chicago, III., Church of the Redeemer, George F. Sears, 30 
Walnut St. 

Chicago, Englewood, III., Miss Ella Danforth, 5859 La Salle St. 

Cohocton, N. Y., Miss lone Wilcox. 

Denver, Col. , Miss Jessie Link. 

Detroit, Mich., Young People's Guild, Miss Flora Parker, 60i 
Grand River Ave. 

Free Mansion, Ga., John McDonald, Jug Tavern. 

Harriman, Tenn., H. C. Hale. 

Henderson Grove, III., Maud Brimmer, Gerlaw. 

lloopeston, III., Miss Anna Johnston. 

Kansas City, Mo., P. F. Lucas. 

La Crosse, Mo., Ira Faugh t. 

Le Roy, 111., S. M. Kies. 

Morrison, 111., Alice Kirman. 

Morrisville, Vt., King's Sons and Daughters, Francis Blair. 

Mulberry, Ga., L. Y. Bradbury, Jug Tavern. 



UNIVERSALIST KKGISTER. 71 

New HarmoDy, Ga., W. S. Carter, Windsor. 
North Bloomfleld, N. Y., Y. P. S. C. E., Miss Louise Martin. 
Nyack, N. Y., Unity Guild, Miss S. C. Johnson. 
Oak Park, 111., May Skillen, Maple Ave. 
Owatonna, Minn., Miss Georgie Engle. 
Peoria, 111., Nineteenth Century Club, 
Poolville, N. Y., G. E. Peck. 
Port Huron, Mich., Miss Jessie Woodward. 
Providence, R. I., Church of the Mediator, Y. P. M. A., Miss 
Kitty Hubbard, 208 Cranston St. 
Racine, Wis., Minnie Rickerman. 
Southold, N. Y., Y. P. S. C. E., 
Webster City, Iowa, Calvin Young. 
West New Portland, Me., Bessie Simmons. 
White River Junction, Vt , Miss L. E. Dane. 
Winchester, N. H., Open Club, Maud Brigham. 
Woonsocket, R. I., Medora Brown. — 36. In all, 317. 

The following-named preachers have received ordination 
since the publication of the Register for 1892 : — 



Bert Bissell Fairchild, at Cohocton, N. Y. 
M. L. EsTEY, at Canton, N. Y. 

James A. Dunn, at Janesville, 111. 

Melvin Shaw Nash, at West Scituate, Mass. 

Eugene L. Conklin, at Clarendon, N. Y. 

Takeo Sagaka, at Tokyo, Japan. 

HiZKDO YosHiMURA, at Tokyo, Japan. 

Anthony Bilkovsky, at Swampscott, Mass. 

Marion Yager, at Canton, N. Y. 

Alven M. Smith, at Canton, N. Y. 

Harry Blackford, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Ralph Everett Conner, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Frederick Waldron Evans, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Herbert Olin Maxham, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Herbert Frank Moclton, at Tufts College, Mass. 

John Augustus Sayles, at Tufts College, Mass. 

Lester Ellsworth Williams, at Tufts College, Mass. 



1891. 


Nov. 


13. 


Nov. 


17. 


1892. 


Jan. 


23. 


April 


18. 


May 


17. 


May 


28. 


May 


28. 


June 


1. 


June 


12. 


June 


12. 


June 


18. 


June 


13. 


June 


13. 


Jane 


13. 


Jane 


13. 


Jane 


13. 


Jane 


18. 



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June 


28. 


Jane 


28. 


Aug. 


8. 


Sept. 


16. 


Sept. 


20. 


Sept. 


21. 


Oct. 


1. 


Oct. 


3. 


Oct. 


9. 



B. Wallace Jones, at Dubuque, Iowa. 

Effie K. M. Jones, at Dubuque, Iowa. 

Charles H. Vail, at Bridge water, N. Y. 

Edward 6. Mason, at Oakland, Me. [Mass. 

Manlev Bacon Townsend, at South Framlngham, 

William Best Eddy, at Norwood, Mass. 

Frances E. Brant, at Topeka, Kan. 

Mary C. Billings, at Hico, Texas. 

John W. Wright, at Newport, Texas. 



1891. 



1892. 



Oct. 


15. 


Nov. 


19. 


Nov. 


20. 


Dec. 


6. 


Feb. 


11. 


March 


26. 


May 


8. 


May 


16. 


June 


8. 


June 


9. 


June 


12. 


June 


17. 


.July 


31. 


Sept. 


3. 


Sept. 


16. 


Sept. 


18. 


Oct. 


2. 


Nov. 


6. 


Nov. 


16. 



dbdiOation of churches. 

Swampscott, Mass , wood . value 

East Boston, Mass., wood 

Worcester, Mass., wood . 

Philadelphia (reconstructed) stone 

Albany, Oregon, wood 

Chicago, III., Ryder Memorial, wood 

Sharpsburg, 111., wood 

Joliet, 111., stone 

Riverside, Cal., stone 

Annlsquam, Mass. (reconstructed) 
wood ..... 

Grove Hill, Ala., wood . 

Barnard, Vt. (reconstructed) wood 

Brookston, Ind., brick 

Mllford, Ohio, wood . 

Sclplo, N. Y. (reconstructed), %vood 

Buffalo, N. Y., brick . 

Chicago, North III., wood 

North Minneapolis, Minn., wood 

Winter Hill, Somervllle, Mass. (en- 
larged) wood .... 



$10,000 
18,000 
25,000 
70.000 

8,000 
10,000 

1,800 
90,000 
25,000 

5,000 
400 
4.000 
3,200 
4,600 
6,000 
100,000 
5.200 
7,000 

19,000 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



(iToUcgcs, i^beologitul .Scboob iinb ^tut)nmes. 

[The educational instltutiona herewith named are under the patronage and control 
of Universalists.] 

TUFTS COIiLEGB. 

This college is located at Tufts College, Middlesex County, Mass. 
It was Incorporated In 1852, and opened for students In 1866. 

Trustees of the Corporation. — President, John D. W. Joy, 
Esq., Boston; Vice-President, Hon. Henry B. Metcalf, A.M., Paw- 
tucket, R. I.; Secretary, Thomas H. Armstrong, A.M., 82 Devon- 
shire St., Boston; Treasurer , Hon. Newton Talbot, 30 West St., 
Boston; Alonzo A. Miner, D.D., LL.D , Boston; Lucius R. Paige, 
D.D., Cambrldgeport ; Hon. Timothy T. Sawyer, Charlestown; El- 
mer H. Capen, D.D., Tufts College ; Charles G. Pope, A.M., Boston ; 
Charles S. Fobes, A.M., Portland, Me.; Hon. Hosea M. Knowlton, 
New Bedford; Henry W. Rugg. D.D., Providence, R. I.; J. Cole- 
man Adams, D.D., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Hon. Charles Whltler, Rox- 
bury; Byron Groce, AM., Roxbury; Arthur E. Denlson, Esq., 
Boston; Henry D. Williams, A.M., Boston; Hon. Joseph Davis, 
Lynn; Thomas G. Frothingham, Esq., Boston; William O. Cor- 
nell, Esq , Providence, R I ; Hon. Hosea W. Parker, A.M., Clare- 
mont, N. H. ; Hon. William D. Washburn, Minneapolis, Minn. ; 
Walter E. Parker, Esq., Lawrence; W. W. Spauldlng, A.B., Haver- 
hill; David Cummlngs, Somf^rville; Fred S. Pearson, A.M., 
Boston ; Sumner Robinson. A.M., LL.B., William H. Sherman, Rev. 
Clark R. Moor, Charles E. Morrison. 

Faculty. — E. H. Capen, D.D., President, and Professor of Moral 
Philosophy and Political Economy; John P. Marshall, A.M., Pro- 
fessor of Geology and Mineralogy, and Dean of the Faculty of the 
College of Letters ; Jerome Schneider, Ph D., Professor of the Greek 
Language and Literature; U. A. Dearborn, A.M., Professor of the 
Latin Language and Literature; B. G. Brown, A.M., Walker Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics; Moses T. Brown, A.M., Professor of Ora- 
tory, Emeritus ; W. R. Shlpman, D.D., Professor of Rhetoric, Logic 
and Metaphysics; A. E. Dolbear, Ph.D., Professor of Physics and 
Astronomy; Wm L. Hooper, A M., Professor of Electrical Engi- 
neering; D. L. Maulsby, A.M., Professor of English Literature and 
Oratory; C. E. Yay, A.M.. Wade Professor of Modern Languages; 
C. D. Bray, C E., A.M., Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engi- 
neering; J. I. Kingsley, Sc.D., Professor of Biology; Arthur M. 
Comey, A.M., Professor of Chemistry; Frank E. Sanborn, S.B., 
Walker Special Instructor In Mathematics ; Frank P. Graves, Assist- 
ant Professor of Greek; Frank T. Daniels, A.M.B., Instructor In 
Drawing and Surveying; Edwin A. Start, A.M., Instructor In His- 
tory; LeoR Lewis, A.M., Instructor in French; Frank W. Durkee, 
A M., Director of Gymnasium ; Helen L. Mellen, Librarian; Geo. A. 



74 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Arnold, B.Ph., Non-Resident Lecturer; Gilbert Rogers, C.E., on 
Economics of Street Railways ; Charles R. Gray, Superintendent of 
Buildings and Assistant Librarian. 

Finances, — The aggregate assets of the college at the present 
time, including the buildings and one hundred and twenty acres of 
Iand« are not less than $1,600,000. 

Scholarships. — There are upwards of forty scholarships of $100 
each in the gift of the college. Additional assistance, in the form 
of gratuities, Is rendered from time to time, as circumstances may 
require. 

In the collegiate department the course of instruction is similar 
to that of other first-class colleges. The course for those who enter 
for the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy extends through four years, 
and the course for those students who enter for the degree of Civil 
Engineer extends through three years. A part of the studies for the 
junior and senior class are elective. The location is elevated and 
healthy, retired and free from distraction, yet easily accessible, 
being four miles from Bostdh on the Boston and Lowell Railroad. 

Men and women are admitted to the college courses on the same 
terms. 

Expenses, from 8250 to $300 per year. College charges, $100. 
Board in club, at cost, about $3 per week. 

Calendar. — Commencement for 1893, June 21. First examination 
for admission, June 22 and 23. Second examination, September 19 
and 20. College year begins September 21. Summer vacation 
includes thirteen weeks. 



THE DIVINITY SCHOOL OF TUFTS COLLEGE. 

Faculty. — E. H. Capen, D.D., President; T. J. Sawyer, D.D., 
Packard Professor of Christian Theology, Emeritus; C. H. Leon- 
ard, D.D., Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology and Dean 
of the Divinity School; W. G. Tousey, A.M , D.B., Professor of 
Psychology and Natural Theology; Rev. G. T. Knight, A.M , D.D., 
Professor of Church History; Rev. G. M. Harmon, A.M., D.B., Pro- 
fessor of Biblical Theology; Rev. A. B. Curtis, PhD , Instructor 
in Hebrew; D. L. Maulsby, A.M., Professor of Oratory; Alft^d 
P. Putnam, D.D., Henry I. Cushman, D.D., Professor Lyon, 
Lecturers. 

Candidates must bring testimonials as to character, and avow 
their purpose to devote their lives to the Christian ministry. 
Bachelors of Arts are admitted without examination. Other can- 
didates are examined in Greek, and in the other branches usually 
taught in the best high schools and academies. The full collegiate 
course, as preliminary, is recommended to those who contemplate 
theological studies ; bat, since the circumstances of many earnest 
and capable men forbid so extensive preparation, a four years' 
theological ^course has been provided. This course permits the 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. ' 75 

introdactlon of branches not strictly professional, and yet of a 
fundamental character, and of the highest disciplinary value. It is 
the policy of the scliool to encourage the judicious use of the 
important facilities which the proximity of the college to an intel- 
lectual centre litie Boston affords, — libraries, cabinets, lectures, 
the teachings and methods of the most noted preachers of New 
England. 

The degree of D.B. is conferred upon A.B.*s who take the Aill 
course of three years, and upon others who make equivalent attain- 
ments. To others taking the four years* course a suitable certificate 
is given. 

The necessary expenses will not exceed $200 a year. Tuition, 
room-rent, use of furniture, free. Students may add to their 
resources by preaching during the year and a half previous to 
graduation. The Universalist General Convention aids students 
by a system of loans. 



ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY. 

This institution, located at Canton, N. Y., comprises two depart- 
ments: The College of Letters and Science, and The Canton 
Theological School. These departments are independent in their 
faculties, funds and government. 

1. — The College of Letters and Science, comprising the usual four 
years* classical, a four years' scientific, and a four years' philosophi- 
cal course. 2. — The Theological School, comprising a regular 
three years' course for diploma and a four years' or a post-graduate 
course for degree. 

Board of Trustees. — President, Hon. Edwin Atkins Merritt, 
Potsdam; Secretary, Nelson Lemuel Robinson, M.A., Canton; 
Treasurer^ George Robinson, Esq., Canton; George Washington 
Montgomery, D.D., Rochester; John Stebbins Lee, D.D., Canton; 
Hon. Allen Eugene Kilby, A.M., LL.B., Carthage; Daniel William 
Baldwin, Esq., Watertown; Almon Gunnison, 13.1)., Worcester, 
Mass.; Isaac Morgan Atwood, D.D., Canton; lion. Charles Hazen 
Russell, Brooklyn ; Asa Saxe, D.D., Rochester; Lyman Bickford, 
Esq., Macedon; Hon. Vasco Pickett Abbott, A.M., LL.B., Gouver- 
neur; Hon. Charles Rufus Skinner, Albany; Foster M. Backus, 
A.M., LL.B., Brooklyn ; Ledyard Park Hale, M.S., LL.B., Canton; 
John Card Graves, M.A., Buffalo; Rev. Alpheus Baker Hervey, Ph. 
D., Canton; Hon. Halbert Stevens Greenleaf, Rochester; Hon. 
Daniel Magone, Ogdensburg; Rev. Daniel Ballou, Utica; Linus S. 
Freeman, Middleport. 

Faculty. — Rev. Alpheus Baker Hervey, Ph.D., President, and 
Cnmmlngs Professor of Natural Science; Absalom Graves Gaines, 
D.D., LL.D., Craig Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, 
and of Political Economy; Charles Kelsey Gaines, M.A., Ph.D., 
Secretary, and Professor of Greek and Instructor in En'z:lish Litera- 



76 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

ture; Henri Hermann Liotard, M.A., Professor of the German and 
French Languages ; Henry Priest, M. A., Dean and Hayward Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics ; George Robert Hardie, M.A., Professor of 
Latin; Samuel Ceylon Kingston, A.B., Instructor in Mathematics 
and History; Mrs. Campbellina P. Gaines, Instructor in English 
and Rhetoricals. 

Librarian, Prof. C. K. Gaines; Associate Librarian, Prof. H. P. 
Forbes, D.D. ; Steward, G. W. Brown. 

Number of undergraduate students on the catalogue for 1892-93, 
one hundred and twelve. Young men and women are admitted to 
the institution on the same terms. The University confers no 
degrees on a course of study of less than four years. The courses 
are full, the instruction thorough, and the mental training practical 
and efficient. 

Calendar, — Second term begins Feb. 8, 1893. Tree-holiday, 
April 23. Term examinations begin June 19 and end June 24. 
Commencement, June 28. First examination for admission, June 26 
and 27, Second examination for admission, September 18 and 19. 
First term of college begins Sept. 19, 1893. The number graduated 
in 1892 was eleven. College fees, $45 per year. Board with the 
steward and elsewhere, $3.50 per week. Whole expense not to 
exceed $200 per year. 

2. The Canton Theological School. — Faculty. — I. M. Atwood, 
D.D., President and Professor of Theology and Ethics; J. S. Lee, 
D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Biblical Archaeology; 
Rev. H. P. Forbes, M.A., Professor of Biblical Languages and 
Literature; Rev. Lewis Beals Fisher, Ryder Professor of Preaching 
and Pastoral Theology. Present number of students, thirty-six. 

Courses of lectures on preaching and pastoral work are given each 
year by eminent clergymen, — Universalist and other. 

Applicants for admission must bring testimonials as to their 
moral and religious character; must be possessed of a ^ood English 
education, and must avow their fixed intention to devote their lives 
to the Christian ministry. The full course of study requires three 
years ; college graduates can complete it in two. There is also a 
course arranged for four years, on the completion of which students 
will receive the degree or B.D. Students can enter for a shorter 
term, and will be entitled to a certificate stating their attainments. 

This is our oldest theological school, having been founded in 
1866. It is now well endowed; has an elegant and substantial 
building for its exclusive use, and one of the best theological 
libraries in the country. German and French may be studied at 
Canton under the most favorable conditions. Students in the 
theological school are permitted to pursue any study In the college 
without charge. No charge is made for tuition or for the use of 
the library. Board in the club, $3 a week ; in the village, $3.50. 
Students may obtain loans of the General Convention, when needed, 
to the extent of $150 a year. Gifts to needy and deserving students, 
in limited amounts, are made from the ''Gage Fund" and the 
** Lester Taylor Fund.*' 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 7/ 

Calendar. — First term closes Jan. 26, 1893. Second term opens 
February 16. Commencement, June 28, 1893. Fall term begins 
Wednesday, Sept. 28, 1893. 



LOMBAKD UNIVERSITY. 

This institution Is located in Galesburg, III. It offers to students 
three courses of study, of four years each. Tlie depcree of Bachelor 
of Arts is conferred upon students who complete the classical 
course, and that of Bachelor of Science upon the graduates of the 
scientific course. Those completing the literary course receive 
the degree of Bachelor of Literature. It has also a preparatory 
department, in which instruction is given in the studies required to 
fit students for a collegiate course. Students may enter any class 
for which they are prepared. Both sexes are admitted alike to all 
classes and courses of study. The University building Is of brick, 
three stories high, and has spacious rooms for libraries, apparatus, 
recitations, etc. It has libraries of about five thousand volumes, 
an extensive mlneraloglcal cabinet, including a rare collection of 
shells, a valuable philosophical and chemical apparatus, and a fund 
of about 8194,000. 

Board of Trusters. — President, Hon. Samuel Kerr, Chicago; 
Secretary, Hon. T. Judson Hale, Galesburg; Treasurer, Charles A. 
Webster, Esq., Galesburg; J. V. N.Standlsh, Ph.D., Galesburg; A. 
J. Canfleld, D.D., Chicago; Albert Webster, Esq , Galesburg; Hon. 
O. B. Ayres, Knoxvllle, Iowa; Hon. J. B. Mar^h, Creston, Iowa; M. 
H. Harris, D.D., Chicago; Rev. John Hughi*s, Table Grove; Almon 
Kidder, Esq., Monmouth; Hon. A. M. Brown, Galesburg; J. H. 
Swan, Esq., Chicago; Rev. R. N. John, Dublin, Ind. ; John Ed- 
wards, Esq., ^Minneapolis, Minn. ; Hon. Hamilton L. Karr, Osceola, 
Iowa; J. N. Conger, Esq., Oneida; George Tapper, Esq., Chicago; 
Hon. Howard Knowles, Galesburg; Luke W. Sanborn, Esq., Gales- 
burg; Thomas Lowry, Esq., Minneapolis, Minn. ; Marion D. Shut- 
ter, D.D., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1. Faculty of the College of Liberal Arts. — John V. N. Standish, 
Ph.D., President and Hall Professor of Intellectual ^>nd Moral Phi- 
losophy ; Kev. John Clarence Lee, A.M., Vice-President, Professor 
of Rhetoric and English Literature; Isaac A. Parker, A.M., Wil- 
liamson Professor of Greek Language and Literature, and Instructor 
In Latin; F. W. Rich, B S., Conger Professor of Natural Science; 
Philip G. Wright, A.M., Professor of Mathematics; John W. Grub, 
M.S., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics; Sara Y. De Normandie, 
A.B., Instructor in French and German; Anna Ward Chappell, 
O M., Instructor in Elocution and Physical Culture; Isabelle Blood, 
Instractor in Drawing and Painting; Mary F. Smith, Instructor In 
Masic; Rev. Augusta J. Chapln, A.M., Non-Resldeat Lecturer on 
English Literature. 

Board, ftonr $3 to ^ per week. Tuition, from 016 to $33 per 



78 UNJEVERSALIST REGISTER. 

year of thirty-eight weeks. Ornamental branches extra. Number 
of students for the year ending June, 1892, 119, of whom 52 were 
in the collegiate department, 48 in the preparatory, and 19 in the 
divinity school. 

Calendar. — Second term begins Jan. 3, 1893. Third term begins 
Thursday, April 4, 1893. Commencement, Wednesday, June 21, 
1893. 

2. Faculty of the Byder Divinity School. — John V. N. Standlsh, 
Ph.D., President, Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy ; 
N. White, Pii.D., D.D., Professor of Biblical Languages and Exege- 
sis; Rev. J. Clarence Lee, A.M., Professor of Homiletlcs and of 
Biblical Interpretation ; Isaac A. Parker, A.M., Professor of Greek ; 
Marlon D. Shutter, D.D., Non-Resident Lecturer on Biblical Liter- 
ature; A. J. Canfleld, D.D., Non-Resident Lecturer on Pastoral 
Theology; Anna Ward Chappell, O.M., Instructor in Elocution. 

Persons well recommended, who have resolved to devote them- 
selves to the ministry, are admitted on examination, and may pursue 
a course of study embracing one, two, three or four years, accord- 
ing to their ability or need. 

Students completing one of the partial courses will receive a 
certificate of actual attainments In the studies pursued. Those 
completing the full course will receive the degree of B.D. 

All departments of the University are open to the students of 
theology without charge. The only expense Is for board and books, 
which may be so reduced by beneficiary funds as to place the advan- 
tages of the theological school within the reach of all who desire 
them.- 

The calendar of the divinity school corresponds with that of 
other departments of the University. 



BUCHTEL COLLEGE. 

This institution Is situated In the city of Akron, Summit County, 
Ohio. It was founded by the Unlversallst State Convention of 
Ohio, and was named in honor of John R. Buchtel, its most liberal 
benefactor. It was opened to students of both sexes Sept. 11, 1872. 

Board of Trustees. — President, Ferdinand Schumacher, Akron ; 
Secretary, Charles R.'Olln, Akron; Treasurer ^ Albert B. Tinker, 
Akron; Judge Edwin P. Green, Akron: Col. George T. Perkins, 
Akron ; Jonas J Pierce, Sharpsvllle, Pa. ; Hon. Sanford M. Bum- 
ham, Akron; Judge Newall D. Tlbbals, Akron; Rev. Andrew Wil- 
son, Ravenna; Joseph Hldy, Washington, C H. ; Dayton A. Doyle, 
Akron; Judge Alvln C. Vorls, Akron; Rev. J. F. Rice, Coe Ridge; 
John F. Eddy, Bay City, Mich.; William H. Slade, Columbus; 
Arthur A. Stearns, Cleveland; Hon. George W. Crouse, Akron; 
Mrs. Abby S. Schumacher, Akron; Hon. George L. Case, Cleve- 
land. 



UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 79 

There are three four years' courses of study — the classical, the 
philosophical and the scientific. There is also a preparatory course 
for each of these courses. 

Faculty. — O. Cone, D.D., President, Messenger Professor of Men- 
tal and Moral Philosophy; Charles M. Knight, A.M., Buchtel Pro- 
fessor of Physics and Chemistry; Karl F. Kolbe, A.M., Hilton 
Professor of Modern Languages; Rev. Wiliam D. Shipman, A.M.; 
Professor of the Greels Language and Literature and Philological 
Science; Charles C. Bates, A.B., Professor of the Latin Language 
and Literature; Edward W. Claypole, B.A., D.Sc. (London), F.G., 
S.S., L E. and A., Professor of Natural Science ; Hernias V. Egbert, 
A.B., Ainsworth Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy; W. A. 
Van Orman, B S., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics; Margaret G. 
Bradford, A.B., Pierce Professor of English Literature, Logic and 
English History; L. Alonzo Butterfleld, A.M., Ph.D., Kyder Pro- 
fessor of Rhetoric and Oratory; Charles R. Grant, A.B., Instructor 
in Law; Jennie Gifford, A.M., Principal of Preparatory Department 
and Teacher of Science and School Management; Samuel Findley, 
A.M., Ph.D., Principal of Normal Work ; -Martha A. Bortle, Teacher 
of English and Rhetorical Work; Mary E. Stockman, Teacher of 
English and Latin; Edwin L. Findley, A B., Teacher of Latin and 
Greek ; Mattle E. Firey, Teacher of Piano and Theory ; A. W. Cogs- 
well, Teacher of Vocal Music; Gustave Slgel, Teacher of Violin, 
Cello and Zither; Minnie C. Fuller, Teacher of Painting and Draw- 
ing. Gymnasium Officers: Albert A. Kohler, A.B , M.D., Director 
and Examiner for Men; Agnes Claypole, Ph.B., Instructor for 
Women; Katherine Kurt, M.D., Examiner for Women; Albert 
Hoover, M.D., Oculist. 

Erpenaes. — The necessary yearly expenses of students range 
from ^150 to $200. Board in clubs, at cost, $2 a week. 

There are fifty perpetual scholarships, each of $60. The scholar- 
ship endowments are each of $1,000. 

Calendar, t- College year begins Sept. 13, 1893. 



THBOOP UIOVERSITY. 

This institution, located at Pasadena, California, was founded in 
1891 by the Hon. A. G. Throop, whose name it bears. 

Trustees. — President, Hon. Amos G. Throop, Pasadena; Vice- 
President, E. L. Conger, D.D., Pasadena; Secretary, L. W. Andrews, 
Esq., Pasadena; Treasurer, Hon. P. M. Green, Pasadena; Hon. 
Enoch Knight, Los Angeles; Charles H. Keyes, A.M., Pasadena; 
Mrs. Jeanne C. Carr, Pasadena; J. D. Yocum, B.S., Pasadena; E. 
E. Spalding, A.M , Pasadena; W. E. Arthur. Esq., Pasadena; Hon. 
W. L. Hardison, Santa Paula; George H. Deere, D.D., Riverside; 
Prof. Charles F. Holder, Pasadena; Mrs. Louise T. W. Conger, 
Pasadena; J. W. Scoville, Esq., Pasadena. 



80 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Officers of Instruction and Government. — Charles H. Keyes, A.B., 
President and Professor of Civics; Millard M. Parker, A.M., Profes- 
sor of Greek and Latin; John Dickinson, A.M., Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Geology; Charles Frederick Holder, M.S., Professor of 
Zoology; W. H. Parker, Director of Industrial Training for Men 
and Instructor in Drawing and Woodwork; A. J. McCIatchie, B.S., 
Professor of Biology and Instructor in Physics and Chemistry; 
David Wallace Mott, M.D., Non-resident Lecturer in Microscopy 
and Histology ; Emma B. Wait, Preceptress, Instructor of French 
and German; Mabel Wilson, Director of Industrial Training for 
Women and Instructor in Sewing and Cooking ; Louise Montgomery, 
A.B., Professor of English and History; Lewis W. Andrews, Secre- 
tary and Instructor in History and Accounts; Carlos Bransby, A.M., 
Professor of Spanish ; Mrs. Ellen J. Wilson, Instructor In Prepara- 
tory Department ; Millie A. Morse, Instructor in Typewriting and 
Stenograpliy ; Philip A. Butler, Professor of Drawing and Painting; 
Ellen Beach «Yaw, Instructor In Vocal Music ; Carrie B. Conger, 
Instructor in Instrumental Music; Mrs. J. B. Suuderlin, Matron, 
Wooster Hall. 

Eight departments have been organized, viz.: — The Collegiate, 
offering four courses of four years each : Classical, Philosophical, 
Scientiflc and English ; a Normal Department for preparing teachers ; 
a Collegiate Preparatory ; Manual Training, Department of Accounts, 
Stenography and Typewriting ; Department of Art; Department of 
Masic ; and a Sub- Preparatory. " Polytechnic Hall " for the Manual 
Training Department has just been erected. Other departments 
occupy, for the present, the Wooster Block. Students may obtain 
rooms at a rental of 61 per week, and board at $3.50 to $4 per 
week. Tuition per year in the College and Manual Training Depart- 
ments, each $75 in advance. 

Calendar. — Winter term begins Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1893; ends 
March 24. Spring term begins Monday, April 3 ; ends June 20. 



CLINTON LIBERAL INSTITUTE. 

This institution, founded at Clinton, N. Y., In 1831, was moved 
to Fort Plain, N. Y., in 1879, and came into the possession of the 
buildings and grounds formerly known as the Fort Plain Seminary 
and Collegiate Institute. The present buildings are practically new, 
and fitted with all modern conveniences. They are warmed by 
steam and lighted by gas, and afford excellent accommodations for 
150 boarding pupils. The Institute spares its lady pupils the neces- 
sity of climbing stairs ; a hydraulic elevator for their exclusive use 
was provided in August, 1888, at an expense of nearly $2,500. 

Competent judges have pronounced the buildings the finest of 
their kind in the State. Recent improvements include the Porter 
business college room, fitted up at an expense of $1,000; the intro- 
duction of entirely new plumbing, costing over $1,200, and connec- 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 81 

tlon with the village water works, by which an unfailing supply 
of pure water is insured. The business college has a complete 
equipment of desks, offices, etc. The boys* gymnasium, erected ten 
years ago, is a two-story brick structure, 76x40 feet. Besides 
having four bowling-alleys, it is well supplied with the usual 
apparatus. The ladies' gymnasium is a room 56 feet long, opening 
from the chapel. The young ladies have daily calisthenics. The 
Institute is an admirably equipped school for young men and 
women. It aims to furnish advantages of the highest order at the 
least cost to students. All the departments of academic training, 
as of the Classics, Sciences and Mathematics, are In the charge of 
instructors whose training and experience, as well as ability, qualify 
them for their work. 

In the Department of Modern Languages students may acquire a 
speaking mastery of German and French. Piano music is in the 
charge of Prof. Carl Bodell, a graduate, class of 1870, of the Royal 
Conservatory of Music in Stockholm, Sweden. His sister, Miss 
Hannah Bodell, whose training has been conducted by eminent 
European masters, came to this country to accept the position of 
piano assistant and teacher of pipe organ, and entered upon her 
duties September, 1890. The second piano assistant is Miss Lena 
A. Branson, one of Prof. Bodell's graduates and a teacher of expe- 
rience. Mrs. C. V. Parsell is at the head of the Vocal School. 
The number of pupils studying music at the Institute last year was 
over one hundred. The course in Elocution is unreservedly recom- 
mended to those who desire to make a specialty of this branch. 
The Art department is admirably equipped with casts, copies, etc. ; 
the Instruction is thorough. The studio consists of a suite of four 
rooms. The course in the Porter School of Business Training is 
one of the best of the kind offered anywhere. Common English 
receives particular attention. Students are prepared for any Col- 
lege. Excellent courses In Literature, Rhetoric and History. 
Working Laboratory for students in Chemistry and Physics. 

Besides a preparatory year in common English, the school pro- 
vides nine regular courses, viz. : The collegiate, four years ; the 
academic, three years; the college preparatory, three years; the 
literary and musical, three years ; the business, length six months 
at least; piano, three years; vocal, three years; art, three years; 
elocution, two years. These will be found outlined in the school 
catalogue. The boys' department is on a military basis. The com- 
mandant is an officer of the United States Army. Muskets, cannon 
and ammunition are supplied by the War Department. The new 
brick armory, with clear floor space 150x80 feet, is one of the largest 
school armories in the United States. 

Expenses, for board, tuition, church sitting, furnished room and 
washing, from $220 to $255 per year. Reduced rates to children of 
clergymen. The attendance during the year ending June, 1892, was 
276. 

The School is located in one of the most delightful and healthful 
portions of the Mohawk Valley, about midway between Albany and 



82 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Utica, on the New York Central and West Shore Kallroads. Twelve 
passenger trains from the West and tw^elve from the East stop at 
Fort Plain daily. 

Students under thirteen years of age are not admitted. 

Board op Trustees. — President, Amasa H. Martin, North Bloom- 
field; Secretary, Rev. Daniel Ballou, Utica; Charles Benedict, Little 
Falls; Henry C. Lyman, M D., Sherburne; D. D. Youmans, New 
York ; John Flnehout, Canajoharie ; Edwin W. Wood, Fort Plain ; 
Keuben Elwood, Fort Plain; Lester M Weller, Fort Plain; Asa 
Saxe, D D., Rochester; W. I. Scott, Bridgewater; Rev. A. B. Her- 
vcy, Ph.D , Canton. 

Faculty — Charles V. Parsell, A.M., President; Mary O. Harris, 
Lady Principal. Nineteen competent instructors are employed in 
the various departments appertaining to a first-class academic 
institution. 

The value of the buildings, grounds and equipment is at least 
^125,000. The other property consists of the general endowment 
of $25,000 and the John Westover Scholarship Fund of 810,000. 
The Income of the Scholarship Fund is used (1) for the benefit of 
students fitting for the Theological School at Canton, N. Y., and 
pursuing college preparatory studies; and (2) for the benefit of 
students of limited means who are not preparing for the ministry, 
but whose parents are Universallsts. 

Catalogues, with full Information, can be had on application to 
the President, Fort Plain, N. Y. 



QREEN MOITNTAIN PERKINS ACADEMY. 

This school Is situated In the pleasant and quiet village of South 
Woodstock, Vt , seven miles west of Hartland (Central Vermont 
Railroad) and five miles south of Woodstock (Woodstock Railroad 
from White River Junction), connected with the latter place by 
stage. 

It was incorporated in 1848, and has since been in snccessfal 
operation, graduating meanwhile many men whose names stand 
high on the roll of honor of the Universallst denomination. 

The school is open to both sexes, and ofi*ers three complete 
courses of study : English, three years ; classical, three years ; and 
ladles* collegiate, four years. The English course fits young gentle- 
men and ladles for business or the requirements of home life ; the 
classical course is sufficient for admission to any college in the 
country; while the ladles' collegiate course off'ers every advantage 
to those desirous of pursuing an extended study of Latin, German, 
French and higher English. Special courses can be taken if desired. 
Excellent advantages are off'ered for the study of Music, Elocution, 
Drawing and Penmanship. Compositions, Declamations, Reading 
and Spelling are required In each course. All the members of the 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 83 



school receive dally lastructlon 1q Light Gymnastics, and the young 
ladles in Etiquette. 

Board of Trustees. — President, Rev. J. F. Simmons, Wood- 
stock; Vice President, I. T. Fullerton, South Woodstock; Treas- 
urer, P. C. Kendall, South Woodstock; Secretary, J. H. Hoadley, 
South Woodstock; W. R. Shipman, D.D. ; Hosea V. French, E. H. 
Atwood, Sanford Wilder, R. M. Slayton, F. O. Kendall, L, P. Eaton, 
Ralph Jaqulth, F. P. Fletcher, II. W. Walker, E. H. Slayton, H. F. 
Dunham, E. C. Billings, H. M. Jaquith, D. A. Gifford, L. J. Slayton, 
H. N. Bruce, N. P. Wood, L. C. Kendall, R. H. Kingsley, N. E. 
Wood. 

Principal, Mrs. Carrie A. W. Jaqulth; Assistant, Miss Nellie 
Coburn. 

Terms. — Tuition, $6 per terra ; the only extras being Music, 
Drawing, Penmanship, French and German. Board, Including fuel, 
lights and washing, ^3 per week ; excellent opportunities for self- 
boarding. 



DEAN ACADEMY. 

This Is a flrst-class Boarding and Day School for both sexes. It 
is situated In Franklin, Norfolk County, Mass., twenty-seven miles 
flrom Boston, on the line of the New York and New England Rail- 
road, and directly in communication with all parts of the country. 

The Academy, which was incorporated in 1866, and which derives 
its name from the late Dr. Oliver Dean of Franklin, owns a 
magnificent school edifice, with various out-buildlngs, valued at 
$240,000. The building Is lij^hted with gas and heated by steam. 
It has every modern Improvement and convenience for the comfort 
of the pupils. It has also an endowment fund which lessens the 
cost of Instruction. 

Board of Trustees. — President, A. A. Miner, D.D. L.L.D,, 
Boston ; Vice-President, Albert Dickerman, A.M., Boston; Treasurer, 
Charles J. McKenzle, Franklin; Secretary, H. I. Cushman, D.D., 
Providence, R. I. ; Augustus Harrington, Peabody; A. J. Patterson, 
D.D., Roxbury; Hon. Joseph G. Ray, Franklin; Hon. Joslah G. 
Peabody, Lowell; E. H. Capen, D.D., President Tufts College; 
Rev. A. G. Rogers, Salem; Charles Whittier, Roxbury; David 
Cummlngs, Boston; Rev. George Hill, Norwood; Benjamin B. 
Whlttemore, Boston; Almon Giinnlson, D.D., Worcester; Rev. 
William M. Thayer, Franklin; Lyman Darling, Pawtucket, R. I.; 
Rev. Charles J. White, Woonsocket, R. I. ; Bernard Merrlam, 
Framlngham; Rev. W. F. Potter, New Bedford; E. I. Comins, 
Worcester; Hon. Olney Arnold, Pawtucket, R. I. ; S. F. Woodbrldge, 
North Cambridge. 

Board of Instruction. — Lester L. Burrington, A.M., Principal, 
Chase Professor of Latin and Greek; Howard R. Burrington, A.M., 
Associate Principal, Goddard Professor of Mathematics and Latin ; 
Charles S. Flanders, A.M., Professor of Science; Susan F. Rowe 



84 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

Teacher of Elocution ; Miss Sarah A. Hamlin, Preceptress, Teacher 
of Literature and History; Cora F. Adams, Teacher of Latin and 
English; Marie ReUter Gallisou, Teacher of French and German; 
Maie £. Wilcox, Assistant Teacher in Literature and History; Eben 
H. Bailey, Professor of Instrumental Music; Mrs. Minnie Little, 
Teacher of Vocal Music; AdraR. Mason, Teacher of Drawing and 
Painting. 

The courses of study are : English, of three years ; academic, of 
four years; college preparatory, of four years. A preparatory 
course of one year is arranged for those not fitted to enter one of 
the regular courses. Special attention is given to fitting students 
for college. 

Terms, including all expenses of board, lights, heat, Instruction, 
etc., but exclusive of ornamental branches and washing, per year, 
$200, divided as follows : First and second terms, 870 each ; third 
term, 860. Ornamental branches, Drawing, Painting and Music, 
extra, but reasonable. 

Calendar, — Winter term begins Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1892. Spring 
term begins Tuesday, March 15, 1893. Founder's Day, .February 18. 
Graduating exercises, Thursday, June 9, 1893. 



GODDABD SEMINABY. 

The seminary is situated at Barre, Vt., six miles from Montpelier, 
and is easy of access by rail from points within the State or at a 
distance. 

Four courses of studies are ofiiered. The academic course includes 
a knowledge of the ordinary English branches and the sciences, 
with at least two years spent on languages. By omitting the lan- 
guages, an English course is formed similar to the ordinary course 
In schools of this grade. The college preparatory course fits the 
student for any college, while including some useful studies not 
required for admission. The collegiate course is designed for such 
students as do not purpose attending college, but desire the best 
education a secondary school can give them. There is opportunity 
in this course, therefore, for studying the ancient and modem lan- 
guages, mathematics, science, English literature, rhetoric and history. 

Each of the courses occupies four years, and a diploma is given at 
the completion of any one of them. 

Both sexes are admitted. The atmosphere of the school is made 
as home-like as possible, while suitable restraints are imposed. A 
multiplicity of rules is avoided, however, much being left to each 
student's honor and sense of propriety. 

The department of instrumental music is well conducted and the 
method of daily lessons results in assured progress. The reputation 
of this department is very high. Diplomas will be given to students 
satisfactorily completing the course in Music. 

Vocal music is also taught by a teacher of reputation and expe- 
rience. Her work gives general satisfaction. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTEU. 85 

The school is supplied with anatomical models, charts, globes, 
microscope, a cabinet of minerals, apparatus for chemistry and 
natural philosophy, and a library of seventeen hundred volumes. 

A new gymnasium erected and equipped by the alumni and friends 
gives ample opportunity for physical development. Care will be 
taken to have proper physical examination, ai)d exercise will be*in 
charge of competent Instructors. 

Fund, — The permanent fund amounts to about $28,000, and will 
be materially Increased by the bequests of the late Mrs. Almtra 
Smith of Barre, and Jehlll Weston of North Randolph. 

Erpen^es. — Board, 83.60 per week, Including room-rent, steam 
heat, light and washing. The charge for tuition averages about $10 
per terra. Ten free scholarships pay the tuition of those pupils 
meeting the requirements. 

Board of Trustees. — President, W. R. Shipman,-D.D., Tufts 
College, Mass ; Secretary, George W. Tllden, Barre; Rev. S. A. 
Parker, Bethel; L. F. Aldrich, Barre; Charles Templeton, Barre; 
Hon. R. S. Taft, Wllliaton; J. M. Haynes, St. Albans; Hon. A. T. 
Foster, Derby Line; Hon. Clark King, Montpellor; Ira C. Calef, 
Washington; S. F. Frary, Strafford; Miles Morrison, Barre ; Rev. 
J. E. Wright, Montpeller: A. J. HoUlster, North Montpelier; E. J. 
Whltcomb, Ludlow; C. H. Eaton, D I)., New York, N. Y. ; George 
W. Berry, Boston, Mass.; B. W. Braley, M.D., Barre; Wm. Far- 
well, Barre; B. P. White, East Calais; Hon. Ellhu B. Taft, Bur- 
lington; Rev. Geo. S. Guernsey, Rochester; Edson Famham, 
Shoreham; Geo. E. HoUlster, Marshfleld; Hon. W. S. Martin, 
Plalnfleld; Charles A. Gale, M.D., Rutland; E. B. Kimball, Bur- 
lington ; Albert Johonnot, Montpeller ; Arthur W. Pelrce, Barre ; 
Tracy L. Jeffords, Washington, D. C. 

Board of Instruction. — Arthur W. Pelrce, A.B., Principal, Latin, 
Mental and Moral Philosophy; O. K. HoUlster, A.M., Science and 
Mathematics; H. Austin Tuttle, Greek and German; Miss Nancy 
Darling, Preceptress, Literature, History and Latin ; Miss Flora M. 
Smith, English Branches ; Miss Mlna Brown, French and German ; 
Miss M. E. Calef, Painting and Drawing; Miss Clara W. Cooley, 
Instrumental Music; Miss Ada Smith, Vocal Music; Jas. M. Kent, 
Penmanship ; Mrs. M. A. Pel ton. Matron. 

• Calendar. — The school year has forty weeks. Winter term begins 
Tuesdaj, December 6; closes Monday, March 6, 1893. Spring term 
begins Wednesday, March 15; closes Wednesday, June 21. Fall 
term begins Aug. 29, 1893. 

Catalogues, and other Information, may be had by addressing the 
Principal at Barre. 



WESTBROOK SEMINARY AND FEMALE COLLEQE. 

This Is a boarding and day school for both sexes, chartered as 
Westbrook Seminary In 1831, and opened for Instruction in 1834. 
It is very easy of access, situated in Deerlng, Me., two and one-half 
miles from Portland. 

The buildings are Goddard Hall for gentlemen, Hersey Hall for 



86 UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 

ladles, a dining-hall connecting the two, the Seminary building and 
a chapel. Extensive repairs have been made in Goddard Hall, 
through the generosity of Mrs. Goddard. Five thousand dollars 
have been expended, and the Hall is supplied with all modem im- 
provements. It is also newly furnished with ash and oak sets. The 
Universalist Church is on the seminary grounds. 

The boarding and dining-halls are heated by steam and have other 
conveniences, and accommodations for one hundred boarders. The 
Seminary building contains a general school-room, recitation-rooms, 
laboratory, and a cabinet of minerals and curiosities. The library 
is in Hersey Hall. 

The institution offers five courses of study : a common English 
course for one year, a higher English for Uiree years, the college 
preparatory, the scientific and the ladies' classiciU course, each of 
four years. Diplomas are given to those completing any of the 
higher courses, and degrees are conferred by State authority on 
ladles who complete either the scientific or ladles' classical course. 
Special attention Is given to preparing students for college. 

Expenses, — Board, Including fuel and lights, $8 per week. Tuition, 
$9.50 per term of fourteen weeks. The regular school expenses, 
not Including ornamental branches and modem languages, for the 
Aill school year, vary from $155 to $170. 

Officers op the Corporation. — Hon. Henry Lord, President; 
Alfred Woodman, Esq., Vice-President: Charles S. Fobes, A.M., 
Treasurer iRon. Augustus H. Moulton, /Secretary; Alfred Woodman, 
Auditor; William R. French, D.D., Corresporiding Secretary. 

Trustees. — Merrltt B. Coolldge, A.M., Deering; Hon. Jesse 
Davis, Lisbon; Henry R. Virgin, A.M., Portland; Nathaniel K. 
Sawyer, Esq., Deering; William R. French, D.D., Turner Centre; 
Hon. Sidney Perham, Paris; Edwin M. Fuller, M.D., Bath; Rufus 
Dunham, Esq., Deering; Hon. Ara Cushman, Auburn; Henry 
Blanchard, D.D., Portland ; Mrs. George W. Martin, Hallowell; Mrs. 
C. A. Quimby, Augusta; Jacob S. Winslow, Portland; Hon. John P. 
Swasy, Canton; Hon. M. P. Frank, Portland; O. F. Safford, D.D., 
Deering ; Cyrus B. Vamey, Deering. 

Board of Instruction, — Rev. H. S. Whitman, A.M., President, 
Science, Mental and Moral Philosophy; A. E. Peterson, A.B., Latin 
and Greek; Miss D N. Morton, L.A., Preceptress, French, German 
and Rhetoric; Miss Annie Klchols, L. A., Botany and Greek; Miss 
Rose Bennet, L.A., Mathematics and History; Miss Alice L. Phil- 
brook, Instrumental Music; Miss Florence G. Knight, Vocal Music; 
Miss S. A. Coolldge, Drawing and Painting; Miss Helen L. Coe, 
Elocution and Physical Culture. 

Tenns and Calendar for 1892-93. —The academic year Is divided 
Into three terms: two of fourteen and one of ten weeks. First 
(fall) term, 1892, begins Tuesday, September 6, ends Friday, 
December 9. Second (winter) term, begins Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1898, 
ends Friday, March 10. Third (spring) term, begins Tuesday, 
March 21, ends Friday, June 23. Examinations, Monday, Tuesday 
and Wednesday, June 19, 20 and 21. Commencement, June 22, 
1893. Fall terra, 1803, begins Tuesday, September 5. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. . 87 



PERIODICALS. 

1. The Christian Leader, a quarto of eight pages, is published 
every Thursday at Boston, Mass., by the Universalist Publishing 
House, at $2 50 a year, in advance. G. H. Emerson, D.D., editor; 
I. M. Atwood, D D., A. Gunnison, D D., J. Coleman Adams, D.D.,, 
O. F. Safford, D.D., Rev. L. C. Browne and Mrs. J. L. Patterson,' 
contributing editors. 

2. The Gospel Banner, a quarto of eight pages, now in its fifty- 
seventh volume, is published every Thursday at Augusta, Me., by 
the B. a. Mead Company, at $2 a year, in advance. Rev. I. J. 
Mead, editor. 

3. The Universaust, a quarto of eight pages, is published every 
Saturday, at $2.50 a year, in advance, by the Universalist Publishing 
House, Western Branch, 69 Dearborn Street, Rooms 40 and 41, 
Chicago, 111. J. S. Cantwell, D.D., editor. 

4. The UNn^ERSALisT Herald, folio, 24 by 36 inches. Is pub- 
lished once in two weeks, at $2 a year, in advance, by Rev. John 
C. Burruss, at Notasulga, Ala. 

5. The Myrtle, an Illustrated Sunday-school paper, is published 
weekly by the Universalist Publishing House, Boston, Mass , at 75 
cents a year. In advance. Ten or more copies are sent to one address 
at 50 cents each, postage paid. 

6. The Sunday-School Helper, monthly, of 82 pages, octavo, 
devoted to Sabbath-school teaching, is published by the Universalist 
Publishing House at $1.50 a year. Including six Lesson Sheets. 
Without the Lesson Sheets, $1 per year. Extra Lesson Sheets, 
each 12 cents per year. Primary Lesson Papers, each 12 cents per 
year. Each number contains lessons for every Sunday in the month 
of its date. O. F. Saflford, D.D., editor; Mrs. Olive Pond Amies, 
conductor of primary department. 

7. Manford'8 Magazine, monthly, octavo, 64 pages. Is edited 
and published by Rev. T. H. Tabor, Chicago, 111. Price, $1.50 per 
year. 

8. Th^ Universalist Union, folio, monthly, is published in the 
Interest of the Universalist Young People's Societies, at Tufts Col- 
lege, Mass. James D. Tilllnghast, editor; Mrs. M. R. Smith and 
Miss N. Jenlson, associate editors. Terms, 50 cents per year; clubs 
(twenty or more), 35 cents each. 

9. The Universalist Monthly, quarto, 16 pages, W. S. 
Crowe, D.D., editor. Is published at Room 90, Globe Building, 
Newark, N. J. Terms, ^1 per year. 

10. The Universalist Register, a statistical year-book of the 
Universalist Church, is issued annually by the Universalist Publish- 
ing House; 12 mo., with paper covers. By mail, postage paid, 25 
cents. A liberal discount by the quantity. Richard Eddy, D.D., 
editor. 



88 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 



STATI3TICAL RECAPITULATION. 

























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8 


• 

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• 

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• 

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■ 


« 






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Churc 


a 


ill 

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13} 


a 

9 


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Churc 
Prop* 


. 

^ 


Alabama, . 


7 


78 


7 


863 


4 


161 


6 


$4,500 


Arkansas, . 


1 


— 


— 


_ 


. 


_ 


— 


— 


; 


California, . 


10 


423 


i 7 


463 


7 


490 ' 


6 


109,260 




Canada, Ontario, 


6 


J 59 


' 6 


181 


2 


90 ' 


6 


10,100 




Canada, Quebec, 


8 


205 


6 


327 


-i 


190 1 


4 


137,000 




Colorado, . 


2 


50 


1 


75 


' 2 


70 


- 


• 




Connecticut, 


17 


1,336 


14 


1,391 


15 


1,938 1 


, " 


451,800 




DUtrict of Columbia, 


1 


75 


1 


135 


1 


60 ' 


' 1 


60,000 




Florida, 


4 


26 


1 4 


66 


1 - 


- 


1 


* 1,500 




Georgia, 


18 


200 


' 17 


638 


3 


162 


14 


4,900 


\ 


Idaho, .... 


1 


> 


1 


23 


1 


^10 


1 


2,600 




Illinois, 


57 


2,620 


40 


8,600 


40 


3,768 


62 


609,176 




Indiana, 


52 


1,078 


1 62 


2,343 


19 


1,128 


44 


165.141 




Iowa 


28 


763 


22 


918 


19 


1.097 , 


19 


99,600 




Kansas, 


20 


460 


14 


713 


8 


624 ' 


6 


23.996 




Kentucky, . 


17 


220 


11 


287 


1 


31 


9 


9,300 




Maine, .... 


98 


5,184 


49 


2,141 


77 


5,717 1 


88 


689,130 




Maryland, . 


2 


102 


1 


330 


1 


143 


1 2 


33,000 




Massachusetts, . 


122 


9,052 


103 


6.944 


110 


16,223 1 


' 112 


2,122,11« 




Michigan, . 


31 


1.693 


26 


1,308 


25 


1,669 


10 


247,300 




Minnesota, . 


14 


1,216 


12 


1,079 


•11 


1,109 


1 10 


197,400 




Mississippi, 
Missouri, . 


4 


27 


3 


139 


2 


70 


8 


860 




11 


182 


10 


394 


2 


70 


4 


6,320 




Montana, . 


2 


. 


— 


— 


. 


. 


• 


3,000 




Nebraska, . 


6 


181 


5 


154 


5 


275 


' 6 


40,900 




New Hampshire, 


S4 


2,103 


23 


1.080 


28 


1,820 1 


i 27 


221,300 




New Jersey, 


7 


430 


6 


437 


6 


664 


6 


143,800 




New York, . 


155 


6,975 


122 


7,405 


112 


8,646 1 


136 


1,839,336 




North Carolina, . 


3 


140 


i 3 


260 


1 


25 


i 3 


1,200 




North Dakota, . 


1 


18 


1 


21 


1 


. 1 


1 


650 


>. 


Ohio 


86 


2,740 


80 


4,927 


66 


4,189 


78 


877,710 




Oregon, 


3 


28 


1 


10 


2 


25 ; 


2 


8,350 




Pennsylvania, . 


46 


1,539 


40 


2,265 


27 


1,985 


j 86 


470.120 




Rhode Island, . 


10 


964 


9 


1,076 


10 


1,644 


' 10 


291,700 




Bouth Carolina, . 


3 


49 


2 


105 


2 


66 


1 ^ 


1.200 




South Dakota, . 


2 


• 




— 


. 


. 


~ 


. 




Tennessee, . 


2 


40 


2 


71 


1 


75 


2 

1 


10.760 




Texas, .... 


18 


161 


18 


391 


5 


125 1 


4.600 


4 


Vermont, . 


67 


2,630 


37 


1,613 


48 


2,916 


1 57 


803,200 




Virginia, . . 


1 


13 


1 


24 


1 


28 


1 


6,000 




Washington, 


2 


26 


- 


- 


1 - 


. 


1 - 


• 




West Virginia, . 


8 


60 


3 


125 


2 


116 


2 


3.400 




Wisconsin, . 


20 


777 


15 


670 


12 


863 


16 


98.620 




Scotland, . 


2 


40 


2 


160 


2 


40 


2 


3,000 




Japan, 


2 


43,063 


2 

779 


70 


687 


80 


1 


4,000 




ToUls, . . 45 


1,006 


44,621 


58,071 


800 


$8,706,918 






















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89 



TABULAR VIEW OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 



NAME. 


Location. 


g Date of In- 
to corporation. 


No. of Pro- 
fessors and 
Teachers. 


No. of StQ- 
dents. 


Assets— esti- 
mated value 
of property. 


Tafti College, 


Tuftfl College, Mass., 


18 


138) 




The Divinity School of Tuf ta 
College, .... 


Tufta College, Mass., 


1857 


8 


.1 


$1,600,000 


St. Lawrence University, . 


Canton, N. Y., . 


1856 





1121 




The Canton Theological 
School 


Canton, N. Y., . 


1856 


4 


> 
36 J 


422,318 


Lombard University, . 


Galesburg, III., 


1852 


11 


100^ 
19) 


250,000 


The Ryder Divinity School, 


Galesburg, 111., 


1881 


7 


Buchtel College, . 


Akron, Ohio, . 


1871 


25 


239 


598,939 


Throop University, 


Pasadena, Cal., 


1891 


17 


65 


27,898 


Clinton Liberal Institute, . 


Fort Plain, N. Y., . 


1831 


19 


275 


160,000 


Green Mountain Perkins 
Academy, .... 


So. Woodstock, Vt., 


1848 


2 


19 


10,000 


Dean Academy, . 


Franklin, Mass., 


1865 


11 


136 


306,000 


Goddard Seminary, 


Bar re, Vt., 


1863 


11 


160 


108,000 


Westbrook Seminary and 
Female College, 


Deerlng, Me., . 

• • • ■ • 


1831 


9 


92 


120,000 


Totals, ... 13 




151 


1,419 


$3,603,155 



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UNIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 



THE UNIYERSALIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, 

30 West Street, Boston, Mass. 

WXSTERXr BRANCH, 
69 DsABBOBN Btbbet, Rooma 40 and 41, Chicago, III. 



This House was incorporated in 1872, and holds all itb property 
for the benefit of the Universalist Charch. It is managed by a 
board of twenty-one Trustees, who hold office until their resig- 
nation, or removal from the State from which they were elected. 
Vacancies may be filled by the State Convention which the Trustees 
represented; such State Convention failing to fill said vacancies 
within one year, the Trustees shall do so at their next annual meet- 
ing thereafter. Fourteen of the Trustees belong in Massachusetts, 
two in Rhode Island, and one each in Maine, New Hampshire, 
Vermont, Connecticut and New York. 



TBUSTBBS. 

Rev. A. A. MiNKB, D.D., LL.D., PreHdenlt Boaton, Mass. 
John D. W. Jot, Treaaurert Boaton, Mass. 



Chab. B. Cabfentbb, Providence, R. I. 
Rer. Oxobob Hill, Norwood, Mass. 
Hon. Newton Talbot, Boston, Mass. 
Ebbn Albzamdbb, Roxbury, Mass. 
Rey.W. S .Woodbridob, Medford, Mass. 
Hod. B. F. Bndicott, Chelsea, Mass. 
Hon. Moses Humpbrbt, Concord, N.H. 
Mrs.C.M. Bawter, Tufts College, Mass. 
Hon. Olnet Abnold, Pawtucket, R. I. 
Prof. H. P. FoBBES, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 



Joseph D. Wilde, Melrose, Mass. 
Hon. T. J. BoARDXAK. Hartford, Conn. 
H. D. WiLLiAxs, West Rozbarr, Mass. 
Rev. F. A. DiLLiNOHAX, North Attle> 

borough, Mass. 
R. A. Ballou, Esq., Newton, Mass. 
Wx. O. Cadt, North Adams, Mass. 
Chas. S. Fobes, Portland, Me. 
Iba F. Calep, Washington, Vt. 



The first nine persons named ia the foregoing list constitute a 
Board of Directors. There is one vacancy. 

Thoxab H. Abxstrono, CUrk of Corporation^ Boston, Mass. 
Chables Cavbblt, General Agent, 

The net assets of the House are about $178,000, consisting of 
periodicals, books, plates, etc. It publishes and owns the titles and 
copyrights of one hundred and flfby volumes and five periodicals : 
viz., the "Christian Leader," the ** Universalist," the ** Sunday- 
School Helper," the " Myrtle " and the '* Universalist Register.' 



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UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 91 



NECBOLOGY. 

The deaths of the following-named preachers, or former preachers 
in the Universallst Church, twenty in all, have occurred since the 
publication of the Register for 1892. 

Frederick Hbrbrechter, bom in London, England, died at 
Stevens Point, Wis., Nov. 12, 1891. He was originally a Con- 
gregatlonalist and preached for some time at Saluda, Iowa. 
Afterwards he more closely sympathized with the Methodists but 
never Joined their communion. He was f ellowshipped by the Univer- 
sallst Convention of Wisconsin in 1889, and preached occasionally 
in several places near his residences at Norris and Stevens Point, 
Wis., but had no pastoral settlement, and his work was in places 
where we had no organization. ** He suffered greatly from spinal 
trouble, caused by exposure and hard work as a nurse during the 
late war, and was in constant pain," a fact which often led those 
ignorant of the nature of his difficulty to speak of him as insane or 
of unsoo^ mind. One who knew him well says that '* he was honest 
and zealous, had a mind richly versed in Christian thought and had 
an eloquent tongue." His age was near sixty years. 

Edwin Davis, born in Marlboro*. N. H., May 8, 1821, died in 
Quincy, Mass., Dec. 28, 1891. He fitted for the ministry under 
the direction of Rev. W. N. Barber; preached his first sermon at 
Vernon, Vt., Nov. 20, 1842, and was ordained at Winchester, N. H., 
June 19, 1845. His pastorates were at Marlboro', Richmond, Hins- 
dale, Paper Mill Village, N. H., West Acton, Canton and Rockport, 
Mass. A man of eminently saintly character, he was loyal in all 
things to the Christian Church and faithful in the discharge of 
every duty. For a brief time secretary of the Massachusetts Univer- 
salist Convention and for many years secretary of its Committee 
of Fellowship, he was faithful and thorough in his work and was 
greatly beloved by his brethren. He was an able preacher, a model 
pastor and the light and joy of his own home. The last five years 
of his life were years of feebleness, the result of an attack of apo- 
plexy. Patiently waiting the time of his release, and always ready 
for the call, he passed away while being tenderly cared for by his 
beloved children. 

James Madison Usher was born In Medford, Mass., Nov. 12, 
1814, died at his home in West Medford, Mass., Dec. 31, 1691. 
He was ordained at Danvers, Mass., Dec. 1, 1839. For a 
year he supplied the pulpit at the West Parish, Gloucester, and 
was afterwards settled at East Lexington, Southbridge and Lynn. 
In 1860 he moved to West Medford, which was thereafter his home. 
In 1841 he became publisher of a Sunday-school paper and from 
then until 1861 he published Universallst books, in 1860 succeeding 
Rev. Dr. Thomas Whittemore as proprietor of The Trumpet, Later 



92 UKIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

he published llie Nation, a temperance paper, and was greatly in- 
terested iu political affairs, representing his native town in the 
Massachusetts Legislature. Since 1880 he renewed his labors in the 
ministry, preaching regularly at Tyngsboro* and Dunstable, and often 
in the summer months at West liumney, N. H. Quite recently be 
revised, bringing it down to date. Brook's History of Medford. His 
wife and children preceded him to the immortal life and the sum- 
mons to himself found him ready and anxious to join them. 

Benjamin Franklin Bowles, born in Portsmouth, N. H., March 
4, 1824, died in Abington, Mass., Jan. 1, 1892. He fitted for the 
ministry under the instruction of Thomas J. Sawyer, D.D., at 
Clinton Liberal Institute in 1846-48, and was ordained at Salem, 
Mass., July, 1848. His pastoral settlements were subsequently at 
Southbridge, Natick, Melrose, Mass., Manchester, N. H , Worcester, 
Cambridgeport, Mass., Philadelphia, Pa., Osage, Iowa, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., Abington and South Weymouth, Sfass. He also gave 
four years in the early part of his ministry to an experiment with 
others in establishing a socialistic community, and was the agent of 
Dean Academy for a year before settling at Abington. A man of 
great industry, he kept himself fully prepared for his pulpit work 
and was active in all the reforms which the Christian religion 
sanctions. He was a faithful and sympathetic pastor, a man of 
pure life and of strong and true friendships. Never strong in body 
he sutTered much from physical prostration and the last year of his 
life with us was one of bodily weakness and wasting. He was 
strong iu filth and unwavering In his confidence in the truth and 
sufficiency of that interpretation of the gospel which he preached so 
many years and so well. 

Lyman Whitk Daggett, born in North Attleborough, Mass., 
July 28, 1812, died at Attleborough Falls, Mass., Jan. 10, 1892. 
After receiving all possible aid from the schools In his native town, 
he fitted for college at Phillips Academy, Andover, but was pre- 
vented from entering college by pecuniary losses which fell upon his 
father. After teaching several years he entered the Divinity School 
of Harvard College and after finishing the course there was for 
some time prevented from entering active service by threatened 
decline from pulmonary weakness. He entered the ministry, how- 
ever. In 1841, having the fellowship of the Old Colony Association, 
was ordained at Mattapoisett, Mass., Aug. 4, 1841, while pastor 
of the Universallst Church at Holliston, Mass. From Holllston he 
removed, In 1843, to Andover, and was subsequently at Woodstock 
and Hartland, Vt. From family considerations he returned to his 
birthplace In 1848, and for a few years thereafter supplied the pnlplt 
at West Wrentham. Since 1853 his home has been at Attleborough 
Falls, where he filled many town offices, and was for three terms 
representative of the town In the Legislature. "He was ever a 
faithful, upright citizen, a useful, honest, godly man, a Christian in 
love with his church and deeply Interested In all Its affairs." 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 93 

Alson Scott, born at Halifax, Vt., Feb. 11, 1816, died at Plain- 
fleld, Vt., Feb. 8, 1892. He studied theology under the direction 
of Bev. Hosea F. Balloa, preaching while with Mr. Ballou, alter- 
nately at Keadsboro', Vt., and Monroe, Mass. He waa ordained 
at WlUiamsville, Vt., July 6, 1843. His pastorates have been at 
Colrain and Shelburne Falls, Mass. ; Northtield, Barre and Roxbury, 
Vt. ; Monroe, N. H., during his four years* residence there doing 
missionary work in Dalton, Littleton, Lisbon, Lyman, Warren and 
West Chesterfield; Jericho, Williamstown, Lynden, Glover and 
Marshfleld, Vt ; North Orange and Prescott, Mass. In 1875 here- 
turned to Vermont, since which time he preached only occasionally. 
He survived his wife, to whom he was married in June, 1842, nine 
years, making his home with one of his two daughters. The cause 
of his death was paralysis, and his departure was so sudden and 
quiet as to be hardly noticeable. A good man, he leaves a precious 
memory. 

WiLLARD Spaulding, D.D., bom in Lempster, N. H., Jan. 28, 
1822, died at West Peabody, Mass., Feb. 11, 1892. He was or- 
dained at Methuen, Mass., Nov. 22, 1845, where he was then settled. 
His subsequent pastorates were in the following order, as noted 
from time to time in the Regisier: West Cambridge, Essex. 
Methuen, West Haverhill, Methuen, West Haverhill, Newburyport, 
Salem, Mass. ; Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1872 he retired to his farm in 
West Peabody, after which he had no pastorates, but spent his Sun- 
days quite regularly in pulpits in Maine and New Hampshire. In 
1873 Buchtel College gave him the honorary degree of Doctor of 
Divinity. Dr. Spaulding was a man of intensely earnest convictions, 
and enthusiastic, perhaps sometimes rash, in their utterance, but 
always sincere and single in his purpose. His oratory was peculiar 
to himself and at times produced a wonderful effect on his hearers. 
Devoutly religious in his feelings he was especially In sympathy 
with the great questions of the hour and gave himself to an unre- 
served advocacy of what seemed to him to be just and right. He 
was companionable and affectionate, a tnie lover of his fellow-men. 

Albert Harrington Marshall was born at Lincklaen, Chenango 
County, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1824, and died in Madison, Madison Coimty, 
N. Y., Feb. 16, 1892. Educated at the Cazenovia and De Ruyter 
Academies and at Clinton Liberal Institute, he began to preach at 
Clinton, N. Y., in 1859, and in 1861 settled over the parish at Madi- 
son, for several years giving a portion of his time to parishes at 
North Brookfield and Hubbardsville. He was ordained at Madison, 
June 8, 1865. Mr. Marshall was of an extremely quiet and retiring 
disposition, and, with the exception of a faithful performance of his 
duties as standing clerk of the Central Association for twenty-flve 
years, was never identified with denominational work outside the 
lines of his parishes. He was a clear thinker and good sermonizer, 
and his character was unblemished. Greatly interested in educa- 



94 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

tion, he generously assisted by gifts of money several young men 
in completing tlieir course of study. He did not accumulate large 
means, but out of his savings bequeathed $2,000 to the parish at 
Madison, and made its trustees the administrators of his estate. 

Eri Garfield, born at Langdon, N. H , Feb. 3, 1805, died at San- 
born, Iowa, Feb. 29, 1892. He was ordained in 1831. His first 
settlement was at Bethel, Vt., and from thence, according to the 
Registbr, he went to Randolph, in 1850, to North Enfield, N. H., in 
1851, and to Jefibrson, Wisconsin, in 1854. He also had pastorates 
at Columbus and Stoughton, in the latter State, ceasing from pas- 
toral work a few years ago. A wife and daughters survive him. 
* ' For years the aged veteran had been patiently and lovingly wait- 
ing his Maker's call, and when it came he gladly obeyed, fully 
believing that he was simply stepping from this life into another 
and better one, where the loving Father of all provides a home for 
all his children, with endless possibilities for growth and develop- 
ment in knowledge and virtue " 

Amory Battles was born In Stoughton, Mass., Jfune 1, 1823, and 
died at Bangor, Me., March 1, 1892. His theological training was 
at Harvard Divinity School. He was ordained in the Universallst 
Church at Bangor, where he had already been settled some months, 
Jan. 1, 1851. His pastorate at Bangor closed March 1, 1872, cover- 
ing a period of twenty-one years. Although he never took pastoral 
charge of another church, and retained his residence in Bangor, he 
supplied "one year In West Newton, Mass., about four years In 
Orono, two years in WaterviUe and six years in Dexter " He was 
a scholar, an able and eloquent preacher, a reformer and philan- 
thropist. Always fearless in utterance, but courteous and candid, 
he was a power among his townsmen, a faithful soldier of the 
cross. 

Jamrs Henry Chapin, Ph.D.. born at Leavenworth, Indiana, 
Dec. 31, 1832, died suddenly from heart disease In the City National 
Bank at South Norwalk, Connecticut, March 14, 1892. He was 
a graduate from Lombard University, class of 1857, and subse- 
quently received the degrees of M.A. and Ph.D. from his Alma 
Mater. He was ordained at Pekln, 111., June 3, 1859. His pastorates 
have been at Pekln and Springfield, Illinois and Merlden, Conn. 
During the late war he was In the service of the United States 
Sanitary Commission on the Pacific Coast, as the successor of the 
late Rev. T. Starr King, and at the close of the rebellion he was 
for several years Secretary of the New England Freedman's Aid 
Society. In 1868 he became the Financial Agent of the Massachu- 
setts Convention and as such greatly aided in securing the quota for 
the Murray Fund of the General Convention, from that State. In 
1871 he was elected to the Chair of Mineralogy and Geology in St. 
Lawrence University, which he held till his death, giving three 



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UNI VERS ALIST REGISTER. 95 

months In alternate years, sometimes oftener, to his work in the 
College. He was greatly interested in these sciences and was an 
active Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of 
Science, and one of the founders of the Association of American 
Geologists. Always zealous for the welfare of the Unlversalist 
Church, he was many years President of the Connecticut Convention 
and active in the work of the parish at Meriden. A graceful and 
instructive writer, a learned and able preacher and an eminently 
good man, he faithfully discharged all duties and his death is 
sincerely lamented by his brethren. 

John Francis Gates, born in Gallipolis, Ohio, Dec. 16, 1880, 
I died at Perry, N. Y., April 23, 1892. Receiving an academic educa- 

tion at the Marietta (Ohio) Liberal Institute, he became deeply 
interested in religion under the ministry of Rev. Dr. G. S. Weaver, 
under whose advice, some years later, he entered the Theological 
School at Canton, N. Y. , in 1867. In the interval he had been school- 
\ teacher and merchant In California, and in the spring of 1867 was 

admitted to practise at the bar in Ohio. The death of an only son, 
BOC»n after, made him resolve to enter the ministry. He was 
ordained at McCdnnelsviUe, Ohio, Sept. 1, 1869, and had pas- 
torates at McConnelsville and Le Roy, Ohio; Springfield, Ver- 
mont; and Bristol, Le Roy and Perry, N. Y. At the latter place he 
founded the Perry Weekly News, which he made a model country 
journal, conducting it with great ability. For six months he was 
an intense sufferer from cancer, but in all was patient and resigned. 
He was an able preacher, a faithful pastor and a devout Christian. 

Francis Benson Pkck, born In Oppenhelm, Fulton Co., N. Y., 
May U, 1827, died at Olcott, N. Y., April 29, 1892. A student in 
theology with Rev. Dr. T. J. Sawyer, at Clinton, N. Y., Mr. Peck 
was ordained at Braman's Corners, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1854. After 
I four years' service at Braman's Corners, he located at East Hamil- 

ton, taking Into his field of labor North Brookfleld, HubbardsvUle 
and PoolvlUe. From thence he removed to Oxford, where for 
seven years he took the missionary field of the Chenango Associa- 
tion, in which he organized several new parishes. Subsequently he 
had pastorates In Cortland, Bristol, Clarendon, Olcott, supplying 
also at Cambria, all In the State of N. Y. A victim of disease for 
several years he persisted In his work until he fainted in the pulpit 
in January last, when he gave up and took to his bed from which 
he did not rise. He was a successful minister, was exceptionally 
gifted in prayer, and was greatly beloved wherever he made his 
home. 

SiTMNBR Ely Darrow, born in Herkimer Co., N. Y., July 8, 1814, 
died in Freehold, Fa., May 15, 1892. Fellowshipped by the Che- 
nango Association In 1849, he was never ordained, but had pastoral 
settlements in FrlendsvlUe, Orwell and Standing Stone, Pa., and 
WhltesvUle, N. Y., and was active several years in missionary labors. 



96 UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 

He retired from the ministry some years ago, on account of ill 
health. He " was an honest, upright man and lived the religion he 
professed." 

William Willis Hayward, born in Hancock, N. H , died at Med- 
fleld, Mass., July 26, 1892. In early life he was a teacher in New 
Hampshire and Vermont. He was ordained at Enfield, N. H., June 
18, 1859. His settlements were at Hancock and Eeene, N. H., Paris 
Hill and Kendall's Mills, Me. ; also WilliamsTille, Vt., So. Reading, 
now Wakefield, West Acton, Methuen, Pljnmouth and So. Framing- 
ham, Mass. After the opening of Tufts Divinity School he entered 
as a student, graduating with the degree of B.D. in 1871. During 
the war he served as Chaplain of the ISth Maine Regiment. In 1889 
he became pastor of the Unitarian Church at Medfield, Mass. ** He 
was a man of quick sympathies, a temperance worker and of large 
social connections." 

WiLLiAAi T. Downer, of Wimbledon, England, a licentiate, died 
Aug. 17, 1892, aged about thirty. Rev. Dr. Demarest, in the Necrol- 
ogy appended to the Report of the Trustees of the General Conven- 
tion, 1892, says of Mr. Downer: **He was borfi at Tenterden, Eng- 
land, but came to America two or three years before his entrance 
into the Canton Theological School, fVom which he graduated in 
1889. He was licensed in 1888, and served for about a year as pas- 
toral supply at Waterloo, P. Q. He then returned to his native land, 
hoping to achieve better results among his Unitarian countrymen 
than he had been able to do here. With a bright mind and endear- 
ing qualities, his failure was doubtless owing to his infirm health. 
He died of consumption, leaving a wife and child." 

Thomas B. Luster, born April 20, 1864, died in Whitesville, Ind., 
Aug. 31, 1892. He was educated for the law, but before fully enter- 
ing upon his profession was convinced that the Christian ministry 
opened a wider and nobler field of usefulness, and he at once took 
up his new work. He was pastor at Lafayette, Ind., nearly four 
years, when the ravages of disease forced him to retire. " He died 
firm in the faith he so loved to impress upon others." 

Granville Wallingford Jenkins, bom in Boston, Mass., Aug. 
4, 1851, died at Norwich, Conn., Oct. 16, 1892. A carpenter by 
trade, he fitted himself to enter Tufts Divinity School when in his 
twenty- third year and took the full four years' course. He was 
ordained at Orleans, Mass., Aug. 21, 1878, and remained pastor of 
the church there two and a half years. Pastorates at St. Johnsbury, 
Vt,, Belfast, Me., and Norwich, Conn., followed. '* Always broad- 
minded, large-hearted and liberal to a fault, he won innumerable 
friends, who always regarded him as the synonym of integrity and 
uprightness. The church, in his death, loses an excellent preacher 
and a hard worker, and the members a sympathetic friend. His 
^ace will be hardto fill." 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 97 

Ebrn Francw, born in Boston, Mass., May 28, 1819, died in Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Oct. 31, 1892. He studied for tlie ministry under the 
direction of Rev. Dr. Hosea Ballou 2d, was ordained at Dover, N H., 
Oct. 13, 1841, and had settlements at Dover, Clielsea, Mass., Utica 
and Perry, N. Y., Newark, N. J., Iowa City, Iowa, Stamford, Conn., 
and Jast at Huntington, N. Y. In all these places his success was 
marked, noticeably so in Utica, where, on account of previous fail- 
ure, the people were scattered and greatly discouraged. Mr. Fran- 
cis, by untiring industry and perseverance against many obstacles, 
gathered a large congregation, which developed into and still remains 
one of our strongest and most influential churches. Always greatly 
interested in Sunday-school work, he was a regular contributor, 
during the ten or more years of its existence, to the '* Sabbath- 
School Contributor," edited by the late John G. Adams, D.D., and 
enriched by the productions of those who in that day (1839 to 1860) 
were most interested in establishing such schools in our parishes. 
Mr. Francis was a iaithful pastor, an earnest preacher, a strong 
friend, gentle, genial and winning in his ways, and of unsullied 
purity of life. In 1867 he withdrew from active ministerial life and 
returned to the home of his aged parents, who were sinking into 
the decline of life, and to whom, while they remained on earth, he 
devoted himself with loving care. A good man and true, his memory 
is gratefully enshrined in many hearts, and his Christian character 
is a. priceless legacy to his children. 

George Henry Harris, born In MlnersvlUe, Schuylkill Co., Pa., 
July 26, 1870, died at North Orange, Mass., Nov. 12, 1892. Mr. 
Harris was of Welsh parentage and early in life took up his father's 
occupation and became a coal miner. He was early attracted to the 
Dunkards and became a member of one of their churches. Later he 
became a Universalist and with slender preparation entered the Can- 
ton Theological School, from which he graduated in June, 1891. 
Rev. Dr. Atvvood says of his student days : •* He read widely beyond 
the topics of the prescribed course, and along with so much discur- 
sive study it was a continual surprise how accurate his knowledge 
was. He wrote with ease and a good degree of elegance, his speech 
was fervid, poetic and eloquent, and his capacity of thought equal 
to the demands of the severest studies." He was ordained at North 
Orange, Oct. 27, 1892, and was successful as preacher and pastor. 
He was subject, however, to spells of great depression and on such 
an occasion, at the last, reason reeled from its throne and he ended 
his mortal career. 



98 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF UBIVEaSALIST PEEAOHEEB, 
WITH THEIR POST-OFFIOE ADDRESSES. 

(Corrected to Nov. 1, 18W0 



[Thia llBt Includes ralnistere In fellowship, either directly with the General Con. 
venllon or with a Universalist State ConvenUon. The namea of licentiatee are In 
italict. Names In italics, with an asterisk (*) prefixed, denote licensed Lay Preach- 
ers The date prefixed is the year of ordination, unless F (fellowshipped) or L 
(licensed) is also prefixed. || prefixed denotes not In formal fellowship.] — 



1843 Abbott, Gideon Seth 802 K. Exchange St., Akron. Ohio. 

Z Abbott! Henry A Z'T'^%'^ 

1847 Abbott, Thomas Mt Vernon lad. 

m-I {L)Abe.Ya8^viro Osaka. Japan. 

1836 Abell. Townsend Paoly J*. i ' o 

1890 Adams. Franklin Kllhu ^**^**^!"''!: ^• 

1870 Adams, George „ ' .* t> l\ ' ^' V 

1872 Adams, John Coleman. D.D.. .... 110 Ross St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1890 Albion. James Francis ^^""^^ZfJ^lu 

1885 (/^)Alcott,A.N.. ■ 'c, ,f^'i 

1875 Aldrich, Randall Hosea ^ ;« m o^' 

1844 Alvord, Francis Milton ^ «m u 

1884 Alvord, Otis Fries, n ^^f^v. 

1848 Ambler. RusseUP P.'^udell^tu ^^^^ 

1868 Amies. Joseph Hay • '^^^^^^^^ 'I 

1890 Andrew, Joseph Lean 267 Federal St.. Allegheny. P.. 

1889 AndrewH, Frank C n , T"' ^n' 

1891 (LMn....^^^^^^^^^^ : : : : : ;sanrpril!c^i. 

"Z ire:::MrOa";d. ; : : . . 30UMasonSt.,Omaha,Neh. 

1877 Angell. Caroline K„za. •••:;;:: ^.^ru. 

1853 Arms EllsB Hall. Beauklris. Tex... 

1892 {L) Arnold, J. 8 ^^^^ 

^T l?.T.^'''Tm.^:r •*'.:.' :w;stu'nion;w.v.: 

183* Uton. 8»n.ael Garmanlowo. Phitad.lphU. P.. 

1861 Alwood,I«wc Morgan. D.D..Pre«ldent S", wv' 

1891 itwood, Luther We.ton ^"- "^'T.L^' »'t" 

1881 Aubrey. Alfred John. . . ¥nlUm, «. X. 

1845 Au.tln..IobnJenkln. ^f k ^m 

1888 B.ckuB. WU.on M Lebanon. OMo. 

1871 Bacon, Jo»eph Frank, Portage, WU. 



UNIYEBSALIST REGISTER. 99 

1851 BacoD, William BbermaD, Wyoming. Ohio. 

1881 Bailey, Emma E Manafleld, Pa. 

1840 Bailey, George Waahlngton Springfield, Vt. 

1839 Baker, Jacob South Weymouth, Mass. 

18i>0 Baldwin, Edward Paysou, ...... Minneapolis, Minn. 

1875 Ballard, Tilghman Ethan, ... 413 Wabash St., Crawfordsville, Ind. 

1837 Ballinger. ThomaB 442 North Market S.t., Oikaloosa, Iowa. 

1862 Ballou, Daniel Utica, N. Y. 

1891 il) Ballou, Willard S N. Y. 

1863 Ballou, James Henry, Geneva, N. Y. 

1886 Barber, Elliot Bates Gardiner, Me. 

1840 Barber, William Newell Granby Centre, N. Y. 

1843 Barnes, Alfred Junction City, Kan. 

1881 Barnes, Gilbert W Forked River, N. J. 

1887 ♦(£) Barnes, Sarah M., Junction City, Kan. 

1884 Bartholomew, John May, ... 215 West 135th St., New York, N. Y. 

1889 Bartlett, Ella Elizabeth, Madison, Wis. 

1890 Barton, Frank Eugene, Mechanic Falls, Me. 

1854 Beardsley, O^car R Hop Bottom, Pa. 

1892 {L) Becker, William H., Jr Mead, Neb. 

1884 Beckett, Albert R., Oconee, III. 

1891 (Z.) Bedell, Nina Canton, N. Y. 

1889 Beem, Albert K., Osage, Iowa. 

1883 Beem, Franklin K., Bethel, Me. 

1890 Bennett, Ella Stony Brook, N. Y. 

1886 Betts, Frederick William, . . . .809 Midland Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1868 Bicknell, George Waters, D.D., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

1855 Blddle, Charles Wesley, D.D North Cambridge, Mass. 

1891 (L) Bidwell, Charles Augustus, Mlddletown, Conn. 

1880 Biggs, Samuel Royal Harrod, Newton, Mass. 

1892 Bilkovsky, Anthony, Swampscott, Mass . 

1837 Billings, James, Hico, Tex. 

1892 Billings, Mary C HIco, Tex. 

1877 Blsbee, Fred Adelbert 1628 Master St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1849 Bishop, Joy, Delphos, Kan. 

1839 Blacker, Robert, 3 Maple St., Bangor, Me. 

1892 Blackford, Harry, Monaon, Mass. 

1873 Blackford, John Henry, Eldorado, Ohio. 

1872 Bhkckford, Levi Purviance Waltham, Mass. 

1857 Blanchard, Henry, D.D 234 State St., Portland, Me. 

1854 Bolles, Edwin C, D.D 29 West 11th St., New York, N. Y. 

1874 Booth, Isaac Phillips, D.D Northfleld, Vt. 

1848 Borden, Thomas, Springfield, Vt. 

1892 *(L) Bowers, Augnslus C, Boone's Creek, Tenn. 

1880 (**) Bowers, John M., West Bowersvllle, Ga. 

1875 Bowles, Ada C, 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1879 Boynlon, Lyman D Rochester, Minn. 

1845 Bradley, Cyrus Augustus, South Brewst«r, Mass. 

1881 Bralnard, Carrie White Little Hocking, Ohio. 

1854 Brayton, Jay J., Friendship, N. Y. 



100 UNIVEBSALIST REGISTER. 

1891 (L) Brennetif Margaret Agnet, , .. . . 841 West Uh St., Erie, Pa. 

1892 Brent, Frances B., Delphos, Kan. 

186S Brigga, Lewis Llewellyn, Rhodes Ave., Lynn, Maaa. 

1874 (F) Brigbaro, Leonard Warren, . 803 Perry St., Lake View, Chicago, 111. 

1857 Brooks, William Cathcart, Sorrento, Fla. 

1S92 (L) Brawrtt AUerit Tnfts College, Mass. 

1858 Brown, Henry Newton, Doblln, Ind. 

1863 Brown, Olympia Willis, . . . 10th St. and Lake Ave., Racine, Wis. 

1835 Browne, Lewis Crebasa Honeoye Falls, N. T. 

IR91 Brace, Elizabeth M. Maplewood, Mass. 

1873 Brunning, Benjamin Berlin, N. H. 

1889 Buckner, Franklin F., Leroy, Ohio. 

1874 Bameil, William Perclyal, Provlncetown, Mass. 

1844 Bnrrnss, John Crenshaw Notasalga, Ala. 

1890 *(L) Buiby^ Martin L Progression P. O., Miss. 

1879 Bosh, Richard Perry, Jr., Chelsea, Mass. 

l8.^3 Butler, Hyman Blanchard Algona, Iowa. 

1892 {L) Canaday, Elihu Wlnsor, Mo. 

1801 Cantield, Andrew Jackson, D.D., . . 2816 Indiana Ave., Chicago, lU. 

1859 Canfleld, Henry Lovell, D.D., . . 126 Spangler Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

1888 Canfleld, Harry Lee, 35 Fulton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1858 Cantwell, John Simon, D.D., . . . 4228 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1865 Capen, Elmer Hewitt, D.D., President Tafts College, Mass. 

1881 Carley, A. J., Louisiana. 

184d Carlton, Simon Peter Milford Centre, Ohio. 

1890 {F) Carney, James F., WestviUe, Ohio. 

1887 Carpenter, John Randolph, Newtown, Ohio. 

1863 Carpenter, Myron Brewster Jackson, Mich. 

1891 Carr, Herbert W CortUnd, N. Y. 

1872 (/*) Carr, James ThwlDg, Lee, Me. 

1890 Case, Isaac L Manchester; Mich. 

1890 Cate, I. Wallace, . . . 56 Miogadani, Koishikawa, Tokyo, Japan . 

1888 {L)(>cil,B,F. Missouri. 

1872 Chaffee, Edwin John 224 £. Tompkins St., Galeeburg, III. 

1890 {L) C/ial/ant, James A Prospect Valley, W. Va. 

1873 Chambers, Spencer, Sr., Guntersville, Ala. 

1863 Chapln, Augusta J., 109 Wisconsin St., Oak Park, III. 

1881 Chapin, Eben Hubert, 1132 H St., Lincoln, Neb. 

1889 Chapman, Thomas, Jug Tavern, Qa. 

1883 Chase, Alonzo, New Britain, Conn. 

1883 Chase, Frank John, . . .- 400 N. Van Bnren St., Bay City, Mich. 

1889 (F) Cheek, Marion West Bowersville, Ga. 

1879 Cheyney, Daniel Woodlawn, Cal. 

1887 *(L) Cheyney, 8. E, Woodlawn, Oal. 

1889 Church, Augustus B., North Adams, Mass. 

1882 Churchill, Clarence Elmore, l!^hua, N. H. 

1883 Clark, E. Manford, Pomona, Cal. 

1845 Clay Ion, Daniel Bragg, ........ Columbia, S. C. 

1855 ClosBon, Harrison, 171 Broad St., Mlddletown, Conn. 

1881 Coddlngton, Isaac Philip, .... Winter Hill, Somerville, Mass. 



UNIVERSALI8T REGISTER. 101 

1883 (/*) Cole, George A., . . . '. Darien, Conn. 

1887 /Oolegrove, Osgood Ghordia, Kent, Ohio. 

Cone, J. B., Gonzales, Tex. 

1864 Cone, Orelio, D.D., President, . . .306 Buchtel Ave., Akron, Ohio. 

1863 Conger, Everett Lorentns, D.D Pasadena, Cal . 

1878 Conine, Britton Camp Hilt, Ala. 

1879 Conklin, Abram Bath, Me. 

1876 Conklin, Charles North Orange, Mass. 

1802 Conklin, Eugene L., Clarendon, N. Y. 

1880 Conner, Charles Chambers, Hamilton, Ohio. 

1892 Conner, Ralph E., Gardner, Mass. 

1891 Cook, John 8., M.D Leroy, 111. 

1837 Cook, Zonas, Chicago Lawn, 111. 

1886 Corby, James Dimond 63 SUte St., Troy, N. Y. 

1878 Couden, Henry Noble 1332 Seventh St., Port Haron, Mich. 

1855 Countryman, Asa, Perry, N. Y. 

1890 Crane, Frederick T., . Readfield, Me. 

1863 Crane, Stephen, D.D Earlville, III. 

1853 Crawford, Judson Cleveland, Angusta, Wis. 

1858 Crehore, Joseph Peabody, Mass. 

1890 Crispin, William Frost 510 Bachtel Ave., Akron, Ohio. 

1881 Critchett, Thomas W Osfakosh, Wis. 

1876 Crosley, Lotta D., . . Woodlawn and Muskingum Sts., Zanesville, Ohio. 

1877 Crosley, Lucan Seneca, . Tldloute, Pa. 

1863 Crosley, Marion, 533 State St., Springfield, Maes. 

1870 Crosley, William Jacob Springborough, Ohio. 

1S81 Crossman, Annette G. (Waltze), . 106 Clermont Avenne, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

18S1 (/^) Crowe, W. 8., D.D. , 177 Orchard St., Newark, N. J. 

1873 Cmm, Amos, Dubuque, Iowa. 

1891 Crum, 8. L Dubuque, Iowa. 

1885 Crum, George, Sycamore, 111. 

1850 Cummiogs, Uriah Derby, Ind. 

1M5 Curry, William Wallace, . . . 1428 6th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

1890 U) Curtin, A. B., Tufto College. Mass. 

1890 Cartiss, James Parsons, Boone, Iowa. 

1867 Cushman, Henry Irving, D.D., . . .875 Broad St., Providence, R. I. 

1890 Cnshmau, Herbert Ernest, In Europe. 

1885 Cutler, Julian 8., Melrose, Mass. 

1887 Cutler, Myron Lewis, East Jaffrey, N. H. 

1843 Damon, Calvin, Haverhill, Mass. 

1878 Danforth, Abble Ellsworth Peru, Ohio. 

1883 Darling, Olney Inman, Adams, Mass. 

1839 Davis, Benjamin Hill Weymouth, Mass. 

1S46 (F) Davis, Josiab Canon City, CoL 

1833 Davis, Samuel Armtn, 12 Kennedy St., Hartford, Conn. 

1876 Davls^ Samuel Green, Calais, Me. 

1891 •(/,) Davis, S.F. Portland, Kan. 

1873 Davis, Samuel Sylvester, North Fryeburg, Me. 

1866 Dean, Theodore Lyman, Cross St., Maiden, Mass. 

1840 Dean, William Wheelock, .... 942 P St., Washington, D. C. 
1873 Dearborn, William Hooper, .... 100 Ann St., Hartford, Conn. 



102 UNIVER8ALIST REGISTER. 

1849 Deere, George Henry, D.D., . *. . . 650 Lemon St., Riverside, Cal. 

1886 Dellgrea, AagQst 2517 11th Avenue 8, Miuneapolis, Minn. 

1876 DeLong, Mary J., 37 Elm St., Oshkosh, Wis. 

1862 Demarest, Gerherdus Langdon, D.D., Manchester, N. H. 

1886 Deyo, Amanda 320 Mulberry St., Scranton, Pa. 

1856 Dick, Elisha Careyville, Ohio. 

1886 (F) Dickerman, William Frederick, . 316 OtUwa St., Lansing, Mich. 

1878 Dillingham, Fred Augustine, N. Attleboro', Maas. 

1884 Dillon, J. K., Greenup, 111. 

1876 Dlnsmore, Laclen Jerome Chicago, 111. 

1849 Dodge, Oheeseman F Whitesyille, N. Y. 

1868 Dodge, Joseph Smith, Jr., D.D., Stamford, Conn. 

1881 Dole, Walter, Enfield, N. H. 

1890 Dotter, Thomas B., 1029 2lst St., Des Moines, Iowa. 

1870 Druley, Thnddeus Clay Stafford, Conn, 

1880 Dunbar, J. 8 Paige, Tez. 

1891 Dunn, James A . Janeevllle, 111. 

1889 Dunham, Hallle Gardner, Utica, N. Y. 

1890 (L) Dunhamt Samuel 0.t Blanohester, O. 

1883 Dusseault, William F., Maiden, Mass. 

1891 Earll, Irene, Lock Box 98, Athens, Pa. 

1892 {L) East, Charles R Canton, N. Y. 

1883 Eastman, John P., Ludlow, Vt. 

1862 Eastwood, James West Brattleboro', Vt. 

1862 Eaton, Benjamin Franklin, . Weymouth, Mass. 

1877 Eaton, Charles Qenry, D.D., . . . 35 W. 48th St., New York, N. Y. 

1850 Eddy, Richard, D.D., East Providence. R.I. 

1892 Eddy, William Best, Norwood, Mass. 

1843 Emerson, George Homer, D.D., . . . .80 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1869 Emery, Jabez Newton, .... 27 Cottage St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

1891 Estey, M. L Decatur, Mich. 

1892 Evans, Frederick Walton, Richmond, Vt. 

1891 Fairchild, Bert Blssell, Cohoeton, N. Y. 

1844 Farnsworth, Jeremy Hoadley Charlton, Mass. 

1840 Fay, Cyrus Hyde, D.D., . ' . 441 Greene Ave., Brooklyn (E. D.), N. Y. 

1891 Felt, Elmer Jay Norwalk, O. 

1892 {L) Finney ^ W. If., .... Box 43, Holland Landing, Ontario, Can. 

1891 Fisher, Caleb E Herkimer, N. Y. 

1883 Fisher, Daniel L., Attleboro*, Mass. 

1386 Fisher, Lee Howard Cooperstown, N. Y. 

1881 Fisher, Lewis Seals Canton, N. Y. 

1890 Fisher, Thomas Baldwin Thayer Lockport, N. Y. 

1879 Fiske, Henry 8 48 West St., Rutland, Vt. 

lR9t Fistar, Harry Fay, .... 86 Thurudike St., E.Cambridge, Mass. 

1865 FitzGerald, Ezeklel, . East Gloucester, Mass . 

Flanders, George Truesdale, D.D., . 149 Worcester St., Boston, Mass. 

1876 Fletcher, W. L ' Kirksvllle, Mo. 

1865 Fluhrer, Charles, D.D., . . . .57 Morris Ave., Grand iUpids, Mich. 

1873 (n Fogg, Albion Paris Morrill, Me. 

1889 Folsom, Marianna T., Unknown. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 103 

1874 Forbes, Henry PrentUs, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 

1881 Fortney, Granville Levi Wyatt, W. Va. 

1878 Fortney, Leroy Frederick Plainfield, Vt. 

1887 Fosber, JeMe B. Roann, Ind. 

1842 Foster, Benjamin Franklin, Indianapolis, Ind. 

1877 Fraser, Donald Nortb Anson, Me. 

1841 French, William Riley, D.D„ Turner Centre, Me. 

1880 Fuller, Earl Wesley, Poolville, N. Y. 

1857 Gaines, Absalom Graves, D.D., LL.D., .... Canton, N.Y. 

1889 •(/,) Gardner^ La Vergne F., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

1808 Gardner, Samuel Augustus, Fresno, Cal. 

\\Gar7iert Robert Sandy Creek, Ala. 

1853 Garretson, Joel Pilot Grove, Iowa. 

1888 Garst, Charles A. C, 10 Belgrave Terrace, 1 Ann St., Hillhcad, GUsgow, Scot. 

1878 Gaskin, William Elbrldge, Vinal Haven, Me. 

1874 Getchell, John Marshfield, . Marshall, Mich. 

1882 Getty, Andrew, ^altsburg. Pa. 

1887 Gibb, S.F., ltK» Court St., Janesville, Wis. 

1892 (Z) Gibbt, Burt B Canton, N. Y. 

1800 Gibbs, William Brastus 332 Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 

1876 Gibbs, William Looker Concord, Mich. 

1891 (L) Gijbrd, Franklin A\ Tufts CollcKe, Mass. 

1891 (F) Gilbert, Belden, Livermore Falls, Me. 

1877 Gillette, L. Fidelia WooUey, Standing Stone, Pa. 

1891 Gleason, Willis W., Warren, Mass. 

1870 Giedhill, Joseph Smith Plymouth, Mass. 

1873 Goodell, William Sanford, i'ortland, Mich. 

1868 Goodenough, Simon 1533 Frauklin St., Oakland, Cal. 

1846 Goodrich, Massena, Pawtucket, R. I. 

1858 Gorton, James, cfbarpsville, I'u. 

1888 Gould, William Hilton Dexter, Me. 

1841 Gowdy, Gideon Selden, Eldora, Iowa. 

1800 Grandy, Ira Benjamin 555 Broadway, Indianapolii*, lud. 

1870 Grant, Eugene Melnotte, .... 4 Forest St., Stamford, Coun. 

1892 (Z) Grawn, Herbert II. Canton, N. Y. 

1888 (/O Graves, J. C Bardwell, Ky. 

1882 Gray, Francis A 3^3 .May St., Worcester. Mass. 

1880 Green, Everett Bagdad, Kla. 

1880 Greene, John Hamden Dorchester, Mans. 

1880 Greene, Lovinzo Leroy, WakeHcM, Mass. 

1872 Greene, Ransom .^Iphonso, .... 'JJ Walker St., Lowell, Ma.'^H. 

1878 Gregory, Thomas Bragg Halifax, N. S. 

1890 Grier, Albert C, Charles City, Iowa. 

1888 Grigsby, Willis Harrison W^ashington, D. C. 

1866 Groves, Henry Rome, Ind. 

1844 Guernsey, George Smith, Rochester, Vt. 

1808 Gunnison, Almon, D.D., . \ Worcester, Mass. 

1868 Guthrie, Thomas Sander, .... 40(» K. Midn St., Muncie, Ind. 

1888 {L) Gwaltnetj, S.y Charleston, Mu. 

189 2 *{L) Half, William, M,D Free Hill, Teno. 



104 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

1889 Hall, Charles Priest, L1 Box S52, HaDtington, N. Y. 

1884 Hall, Frank Oliver, 4 Belmont 8t., Lowell, Mam. 

1S90 Hamllion, Frederick William, . . . 64 Qrove St., Pawtucket, R. I. 

1877 HamiltoD, George Grenvllle, .... 26 CobdoD St., Roxbury, Maa*. 

1880 Hammatt, Albert, Brockton, SCaas. 

1891 Hammond, Joseph Frank, Cariboo, ICe. 

1868 Haoaford, Mrs. Phebe Anne, ... 47 Weet 12th St., Xew York, N. Y. 

1845 Hanson, John Wesley, D.D., .... 4402 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1892 *(,L) HargeU.J.B kCaaa. 

1868 Harmon, George Milford, TufU College, Maaa. 

1871 Harrington, William Henry, . . 2713 1st Ave., Bo., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1870 Harris, Moses Henry, D.IX, . . 765 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

1878 Haskell, Cassius L., LeRoy, N. Y. 

1862 Hathaway, Eleazer, Corfu, N. Y. 

1866 Hayden, Charles A., Aabum, Me. 

1864 Hayford, Sylvester Cobb Montpelier, Vt. 

1863 Haynes, Charles Dwinell, Traverse City, Mich. 

1875 Haynes, Lorenza, Walthara, Maaa. 

18Q1 Healey, Frank £^ Barre, Vt. 

1887 (/*) Hendon, AsbnryP., Santo Cruz, Cal. 

1859 Henley, John Wesley, D.I>., . . . . . . Fountain Park, Ohio. 

1892 {L) llifnry, Oirl F, TufU College, Maaa. 

1861 Hervey, Alpheus Baker, Ph.D., President, .... Canton, N.Y. 

1877 Hesselgrave, David Lodi, Wis. 

1876 Hewett, M. Lee Honeoye Falls, N. Y, 

1888 • {L) Hewitt John fl., Newcastle, Ind. 

1829 Hewitt, Elmer South Weymouth, Maaa. 

1881 Hicks, M.M., Bingham, 111. 

1850 Hill, George, Norwood, Masa. 

1878 Hill, Nathan Southwick Orono, Me. 

1876 Hilton, John Freeport, III. 

1335 Hilton, Ora M 77 Seymour St., Auburn, N. Y. 

1874 Hinds, John WaUon, Los Gatos, Cal. 

Hodges, Albert Unknown. 

1868 Hodge, Dwight Munson Franklin, Maaa. 

1891 {D Holbrook, CharleB F., Tufts College, Maaa. 

1888 Uolden, James Harry, Amherst, Maaa. 

1851 Holmes, Lucius, Webster, Maas. 

(A) Holt, L., Merrilt, Tor. 

1876 Hooper, Washington Wells, Taunton, Mass. 

1842 Hooper, William, West Acton, Mass. 

1882 Horton, Edward Anthony Southold, N. Y. 

1878 Hough, Samuel, . . ' . . . 116 Marshall Ave., Allegheny City, Pa. 

1885 Houghton, Edward L Fairfield, Me. 

1880 Houghton, Frederick Mason Putnam, Conn. 

1892 {D Houghton, Jamet Ind. 

1874 Houghton, Moses Henry, Bradford, Pa. 

1844 Hovey, Simoon, ColHngwoad, Ohio. 

1892 Howard, J. F., Ludlow, Vt. 

1852 Howell, Henry Benjamin Medina, N.Y. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 105 

1882 Hoft, Ezra Almon Dover, N. U. 

• 1871 Hnghea, John, Table Grove, 111. 

1837 Hall, Stephen, 1208 Michigan Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

1892 {L) Huntley, George E , Canton, N. Y. 

1873 Hutchins, Albert Ulysses Branchport, N. Y. 

1878 Illman, Thomas W 49 Warren St., Concord, N. H. 

1868 Inman, James Anderson Sonoma, N. C. 

1889 Jackson, Wlllard E., Troy. Pa. 

1875 Jacobs. Elmer Duane, Bryan, Ohio. 

1891 {D Jament Bmma M., Bnglewood, 111. 

1857 Jenks, George Pran kiln, . f . . 291 Chestnut St., Chelsea, Mass. 

1874 John, Robert Newman, Blanchester, O. 

1888 Johnson, Edward Everett Upper Lisle, N. Y. 

I 1844 Johnson, James Riley, Nyack, N . Y. 

[ 1841 Johnson, Thomas Hartley, ... 349 W. 8th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1890 (^OJohonnot, Rodney F 324 Pleasant St., Oak Park, 111. 

1892 Jones, Ben. W., Waterloo, Iowa. 

1892 Jones, Rffle K. Waterloo, Iowa. 

1877 Jones, William Marion 600 Keifer Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

1889 Jordan, Joseph Huntersville, Norfolk Co., Va. 

1879 Kelrn, Gideon Isaac 113 Franklin St., Portland, Me. 

1879 Kellerman, Robert Scott, Orange, Mass. 

1845 Kelsey, Alanson, Griffin, Spalding Co., Ga. 

1892 {L) Kenyon, J. If. P., Me. 

1891 Keyes, John Edward Marahalltown, Iowa. 

1881 * (Z.) Kidder, Joneph, Manchester, N. H. 

1883 Kimball, John, Turner Centre. Me. 

1891 {L) Kimble, Ralph O Tecumsoh, Neb. 

1875 Klmmell, William Madison Rockland, Me. 

1892 {L) King, G. A., N. Y. 

1892 (/^) Kirkpatrlck, D. M 84 Emerson St., Rochester, N. Y. 

1881 Kingsbury, Myra, Crosby Inn, Belfast, Me. 

1883 Knickerbocker, Charles Arthur, . . 222 Cottage St., Dorchester, Mass. 

1870 Knight, George Thompson, D. D TufU College, MasH. 

1845 Knowlton, Isaac Case, D. D., West Acton, Mass. 

1876 Kollock, Florence E In Europe. 

1890 {L) KraUer, George A., Cortland, N. Y. 

1871 Lalng, Alfred H 407 Clinton St., Jollet, 111. 

1881 Lamphear, DoWltt, Hop Bottom, Pa. 

1891 {L) lAimplugh, Benjamin Clark, Unknown. 

1876 Lander, Charles Albert, Messina. Fla. 

18$1 Lathe, Ferdinand T., Unknown. 

1848 Lathrop, Thomas Spencer, North Salem, N. Y. 

' 1848 Lavelle, John Richard, Fulton, OnUrio, Can. 

1879 Lawfaorn.J. C Elgin, Tex. 

1875 Leavltt, Edgar, 24 Jordan St., Santa Cruz, Cal. 

1890 Leavltt, William E Decatur, III. 

1681 I^ee, John Clarence 811 E. Main St., Galesburg, 111. 

1847 Lee, John Stebbins, D.D. Canton, N. Y. 

1891 Legal, Charles, Victor, N. Y. 



106 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

1886 Leland, John Franklin, 7 Spring St., Angusta. Ife. 

1848 Leonard, Charles Hall, D. D Tufta College, Mbm, 

1892 {I) Leonard, Fred O., Ohio. 

1892 il) Lesh, H. B., Vt. 

1847 LewlB, Folton K Montezuma, Oa. 

1867 Lewis, John J., 130 K St., South Boston, Mass. 

1872 Llbby, Daniel Le Roy, .... 8 Winthrop St., Watertown,N. Y. 

1891 Libby, Wentworth Roscoe Box 493, Blue Island, 111. 

1843 Lincoln, Varnum, Andorer, Mass. 

1869 Little, James Henry, Amesbury, Haas. 

1841 Llvermore, Daniel Parker, . . ^ . . . . Melrose, Mass. 

1858 Lombard, Cyrus Baldwin, .... Simon P. O., Cook County, 111. 

1863 Lovejoy, William Wallace, Wilmette. 111. 

1887 Lynn, Cephas Brackett, 90 West St., Boston, Maas. 

1869 Maclean, John Patterson, Morrison, 111. 

1892 (^) MacQaeary, Howard, Saginaw, E., Mloh. 

1863 MaKwire, Frank, 87 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

1832 (^) Manley, William Ethan, I). D Denver, CoL 

1889 M^rggraff, Edward Everett Bellows Falls, VL 

1891 {D MarkUy, l/oxoard^ TnfU College. Maas. 

1885 Marsh, Richard B Peoria, III. 

1891 Marshall, Harold, Beverly, Mass. 

1888 Marvin, Judson Patterson, Derby Line, Vt. 

1889 Marvin, Thomas Oliver, Spencer, Mass. 

1841 Mason, Almond Wood, . . 1131 Girard Ave., Minneapolis, N., Minn. 

1892 Mason, Edward G -, Oakland, Me. 

1873 Masoo, Joseph Kimball, 419 Jersey St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

1888 Masseck, Frank L., 57 N. 8th Ave., Mt. Vomon, N. Y. 

1892 Maxham, Herbert O., Tufts College, Mass. 

1891 {D MaxwHl, IlarUy D Tufts College, Mass. 

1875 {F) McAllister, Edward Alden Albany, Ore. 

1885 McAlpine, Frank, Charlotte, Mich. 

18.35 Mc Arthur, Kosciusko, Espy vi lie Station, Pa. 

1884 McCoUester, Leo Sullivan, . . . . 6.'>4 John R. St., Detroit, Mich. 
1854 McCoUester, Sullivan Holman, D.D Marlborough, N. H. 

1891 (L) Jfi'Oord,JofinW,t Watertown, Ohio. 

1865 McCord, William Ellison Era, Christian Co.. Ky. 

1882 McGlauflin, William Henry Harriroan, Tenn. 

1883 Mclnerney, John Charles Titusvllle, Pa. 

1886 Mclntlre, Clarence Fllmore Skowhegan, Me. 

1870 McKlnney, Luther Franklin, Manchester, N. H. 

1885 McLaughlin, Ira W., Springfield, Ohio. 

1851 McMastcr, James William, Marietta, Ohio. 

1851 McNeil, William, Randolph, WU. 

1892 *iL) MrAVhorter.Dr.J.M. Berlin, Lewis Co., West Va. 

1873 Mead, Isaac James, Augusta, Me. 

1856 Medley, Reuben, Sacramento, Ky. 

1879 (F) Melton, Archelaus. Mableton, Ga. 

1876 (A) Jfetton, William B., Mableton, Ga. 

1866 Morrifleld, Jacob, Piainfield, III. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 107 

\ 1868 Merritt, WlUlam Wallace, Red Oak. Iowa. 

%, 1888 {L) MiddUttm^John L,t Kingston, Jamaica, W.I. 

1891 Miibura, Ulysses S., . . . . 1715 Oailford Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

1886 {F) Millar, Frederick Whitewater, Wis. 

1867 Miller, Andrew MillersviUe, Mo. 

18^ Miner, Alonzo Ames, D.D., LL. D Boston, Mass. 

\\ MlnnerlytA.B.t . . . ^ Drop, Texas. 

^ 1888 *iL) Minor, S.F. III. 

1889 Mitchell, Stanford, 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

^ 1831 Montgomery, Geo. Washington, D.D., . 51 Chestnut St., Rochester, X. Y. 

1848 Moor, Clark Rice, .... 26 Arlington St., North Cambridge, Mass. 

1891 Moore, Henrietta G 316 W. Mulberry St., Springfield, Ohio. 

1844 Moore, John Harvey, Warren, Mass. 

I 1891 iD dfoore, Le»lie, Tufts College, Mass. 

f 1879 Morgan, Hiram Bliss, West Chesterfield, N. H. 

1891 Morrell, Herbert Philbrook Rochester, N. Y. 

1864 Morris, Edward Chatham, Mass. 

1871 Morrison, Abiel Unknown. 

1886 Morrison, Dennis, Greenup, 111. 

1878 Morrison, William Harrison, .44 Walnut St., Manchester, N. H. 

1836 Morse, Horace Webster, Greenwood, Mass. 

1835 Morse, Joseph Bartlett Hanover, N. H. 

18T1 Moses, George (Indian Preacher), . . Oneida, Ontario, Canada. 

1869 Mosher, Marcellus R., Circleville. 111. 

1890 (Z) MoU9t William i^., Sr., Emory, Tex. 

1892 Moulton, Herbert Frank, Palmer, Mass. 

1892 {D Mu/n/ordy W. R Ohio. 

1871 Munson, Henry Clay, Perry, N.Y. 

1878 Nash, Charies EUwood, D.D., . . .57 F^efferto PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1862 {F) Nash, Charles Pitman Holly, Mich. 

1892 NaAi, Molvin Shaw, West Scituate, Mass. 

1874 iF) Neff, Cyrus C, Pasadena, Cal. 

1888 Newport, ElfredaL. (Shaffer), Wauponsee, III. 

1886 Nlckerson, Charles Sumner, Barre, Vt. 

1886 * (L) yoteut Willis S Lebanon, Tenn. 

1875 Nosier, William H., Coquille City, Oregon. 

1869 Odlorne, George Gilman, Jefferson, Iowa. 

1890 iD Olin, NeUon Towanda, Kan. 

1887 Orelup, Hiram J., Bristol, N. Y. 

1849 Osgood, Hiram Pratt, Haverhill, Mass. 

1888 Paddock, Clark L., Camden, Me. 

1825 Paige, Lucius Robinson, D.D., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

1886 Palmatier, Charies, • Oxford, N. Y. 

1839 Palmer, James Smith, ........ Mansfield, Pa. 

1887 (^ Palmer, John Henry, . . . 119 8th Ave., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
1860 Park, James Harrell, Monroe, Ga. 

II Parker, J. N., Fargo, North Dakota. 

1859 Parker, Sylvester Ames Bethel, Vt. 

1350 Pattee, John Calvin Burnett Station, Wis. 

1854 Patterson, Adnnlrara Jndson, D.D., Roxbury, Mass 



108 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

1878 Patterson, James, • Augnata, Ue. 

1390 Payne, Thomas Rrltton, Lewiaton, Me. 

1859 Payne, William Pierce, Nevada, Iowa. 

1888 Payaon, Fred LeRoy Weatbrook, Me. 

1874 Payson, Jamea Milford 317 8. 8th St., La Croaae, Wla. 

1890 Pease, Lewis Edwin, Abington, MaM. 

1899 (/•) Pechln, Wilbur F Unknown. 

1875 Pember, Elmer Frederick 107 Center St., Bangor, Me. 

1889 Penniman, George Wallace, Annlaquam, Maaa. 

1878 Perin, George Linder, D.D., . . 16 Maaago-Cho, Hongo, Tokyo, Japan. 

1880 Perkins, Warren 8., D.D Merlden. Conn. 

1809 Perry, Edward Albert Fort Plain, N. Y. 

1868 Perry, George William, ...... 48 Weat St., Rutland, Vt. 

1892 (L) Perry, Lewis E 342 Meridian St., Eaat Boston. Maaa. 

1858 Phil brook, Hiram Alfred, Qatney, Maaa. 

1870 Pierce, Edwin Warren, B. Orleana, Maaa. 

1882 Pierce, Frederick Deniaon, Cedar Falla, Iowa. 

1808 Polk, Robert Thompson, Towanda, Pa. 

1872 (F) Pope, Mntthew Lawrence . Plncaatle, Ind. 

1881 Porter, Charlotte Anoka, Minn. 

1856 Porter, Lafayette, Anoka, Minn. 

1890 Potter, Wilbarn Daniel, Hantlngvllle, P. Q., Can. 

1868 Potter, William Frank New Bedford, Maaa. 

1891 Potterton, T. B., .... 184 Waahington St., Brookllne, Maaa. 
1872 Powell, George Walter. Lockport,N. Y. 

1891 (L) Prtwrll, Hannah Jf., Loekport, N. Y. 

1872 Powers, Le Grand, 2629 3d Ave., Minneapolis, S., Minn. 

1S90 Powers, Levi Moore, Somervtlle, Maaa. 

1879 Pratt, William Austin, Unknown. 

1872 Preble, Edgar Watson Webster, Mass. 

1890 Priest, Fred Clarence Marblehead, Maaa. 

1887 Priest, Ira Allen Newtonvllle, Maaa. 

1840 Proctor, George North Scltnate, Maaa. 

1890 Puffer, C. H., StOQghton, Maaa. 

1862 Pullman, James MInton, D.D., .... 25 Cherry St., Lynn, Maaa. 

1865 Pullman, Royal Honry, .... 1716 Gnilford Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

1880 Qnackenbush, Nathan Rice, ... 404 Poplar Ave., Columbua, Ohio. 

1834 Queal, Robert, Decator, Mich. 

1879 Qulmby. Israel Paul Hyannis, Maaa. 

1886 Raeburn, George Washington, . . 440 8. 5th St., Reading, Pa. 

1867 Ralph, Walter Scott, Columbua, Wla. 

1839 Randolph, Webster Bettes . . Clinton, N. Y. 

1871 Read, Ephralm A., Plttafield, Me. 

1887 Reardon, John Benjamin, Weatfield, Maaa. 

1887 {F) Reid, Thomaa James, M.D., Anoka, Minn. 

1878 Rein, Augustus Philip 87 School St., Concord, N. H. 

1888 (£) Renihawt linU IT. RopklnsvlUe, Ky. 

1865 Rezford, Everett Levi, D.D., . 16 Schnyler St., Rozbnry, Maaa. 

1874 Reyner. Richard P., I^PlaU, Mo, 

^80 Rhoades, James Frank 142 Elm St., Blddeford, Me. 



UNIYERSALIST REGISTER. 109 

I 

1809 Rbyne, James Alexander, Jasper, Oa. 

r 1882 Rice, Arthur Alanson, U%. Hermon, Mass. 

1874 Rioe, Autpustus Luther Carthage, N. Y. 

1890 Rice, Carrie A., San Diego, Cal. 

1883 Rice, Clarence Edgar, ... 15 Masago-Cho, Hongo, Tokyo, Japan. 

1878 Rice, Frank Skinner, Marlborough, Mass. 

iWI Rice, Jonas Franklin Coe Ridge, Ohio. 

* 1845 Rice, Luther, Watertown, N, T. 

1859 Richardson, Chester Cheover Warsaw, N. Y. 

1887 Richardson, Isaac K., Corfu, N.Y. 

1887 Richardson, John, Bellville, Ohio. 

1888 Rider, Ira B 204 E. 82d St., New York, N. Y. 

1871 Rider, William Henry, . .' Gloucester, Mass. 

1891 Rlegel, Henry Kiefer Webster, N. Y. 

1883 Roblin, Joseph R., Burlington, Vt. 

1882 Roblin, Stephen Herbert 17 Claremont Park, Boston, Mass. 

1873 Roe, Thomas K., Guntersvltle, Ala. 

1879 Rogers, Arthur G Washington, D. C. 

1868 Rogers, Barton Filer, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

1882 II Rogers, Charles Henry, . . . . 426 X. 3d St., Arkansas City, Kan. 

1856 Rortpangh, Stephen Leroy Murletta, Cal. 

1891 Rose, Henry Reuben Portsmouth, N. H. 

1889 Ross, A. Arnold, Haverhill, Mass. 

1854 Rugg, Henry Warren, D.D 102 Melrose St., Providence, R. I. 

1862 Russ, Benjamin Kimball, Gorham, N. H. 

1875 Russell, Byron Gustovus Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

1863 Sa£ford, Oscar Fitzalan, D.D., Deering, Me. 

1892 Sagara, Taken, 150 Nishi Kusabuka, Sbizuoka, Japan. 

1889 Sahlin, George A., Benton Harbor, Mich. 

1875 Sample, Samuel WilliAm, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1837 Sanford, John Hilman Berlin, Ottawa County, Mich. 

1847 Sanger, George Jedediah, Ussex, Mass. 

1871 Sawyer, Royal Tyler, D.D., Merrlmac, Mass. 

1829 Sawyer, Thomas Jefferson, D.D. , Tufts College, Mass. 

1851 Saxe, Asa, D.D. 7 Arnold Park, Rochester, X. Y. 

1844 Saxo, J. B., Fort Scott, Kan. 

1892 Sayles,JohnA Wllllnk, N. Y. 

1832 Schindlcr, John Franklin, .... 911 College Ave., Racine, Wis. 

1881 Scoboria, Joseph L Westmoreland, N. H. 

1869 Seitz, Josiah Augustus, West Concord, Vt. 

1882 Sellock, Willard Chamberlain, . . . 277 Sherman Ave., Denver, Col. 

1848 Severance, George Royalton, Vt. 

1877 Shaw, Annette Jane, ... 606 South Barstow St., Eau Clair, Wis. 

1873 Shepard, Henry Burr Oak, Mich. 

1858 Sherman, Nathan Drury, Sherman, Vt. 

1887 II Sherrill. J. B Limerick, Ala. 

1862 Bhlnn, John Luke Vilas, Kan. 

1870 Shinn, QuiUen Hamilton Galesburg, III. 

1840 Shi pman, Charles L Gtrard, Erie County, Pa. 

1886 Bhipman, William David, Akron, Ohio. 



110 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

1S65 Shtproan, William RoUin, D.D TafU College, Mau, 

1835 Shrigley, James, . . . . 1901 Mt. VernoD St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1SS2 Sham way, Mont Delia Le Roy, N. Y. 

1857 (F) Shutter, Marion D., DJD., . 1117 Norfolk Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 
1S72 Simmons, Julias Frederick, . . . . • . . . Woodstock, Vt. 
l^n (L) Simonst Laura JS.t Rose Hill, 111. 

1843 Simons, Silas Milton, Ramsey, Ark. 

l'»4S Skinner, Charles Augustas, Somerville, Maes. 

1862 Skinner, Orlando Anaheim, Cal. 

1845 Slade, Holmes, McHenry, HI. 

1856 Smiley, Edward, So. Newmarket, N. H. 

1864 Smith, Aaron, Lehigh, Iowa. 

1892 Smith, Alven M Willlamstown, Vt. 

1845 Smith, Benton, Mattapoisett, Maaa. 

1891 (/") Smith, Charles Macomber, D.D Somerville, Maaa. 

1870 Smith, Henry Bernard, 10 Abbott St., Nashua, N. H. 

1881 Smith, Hiram Wooster So. Acton, Maaa. 

1859 (F) Smith, Israel C, Vevay, Ind. 

1S91 Smith, W. Franklin Omaha, Neb. 

1887 (/?•) Smith, Watson Wilberforce Worcester, Maaa. 

1869 (Z") Snook, Benjamin Franklin, Iowa Falls, Iowa. 

1858 Snow, Joseph Crocker, D.D., Haverhill, Maaa. 

1889 Soramers, H. 117 Market St., Logansport, Ind. 

1880 Soule, Caroline A 24 Kelvin Drive, Glasgow, W., Scotland. 

1S76 Spafford, RoUa Gllmore, Tempe, Arizona. 

1877 Spencer, Lemuel Jefferson, . La Plata, Mo. 

1887 Splcer, Noel Edward . York, Neb. 

1879 Sprague, Francis Wlllard Brattleboro', Vt. 

1842 Squire, Salmon Ward, Franklin, Maaa. 

1892 * {D Squires, A. rr., Minn. 

1874 Squires, Lyman Hamilton, . . . 158 Olive St., New Haven, Conn. 

1862 Start, William Augustus, 30 West St., Boston, Maaa. 

1834 Stevens, David Thurston, Auburn, Me. 

1844 Stevenson, Benjamin Varney, Ware, Mass. 

1843 Stewart, John H., Bridgewater, N. Y. 

1832 Stickney, William Augustas Cromwell, Conn. 

1872 Stocking, George Benedict Newark, N. Y. 

1888 Stoner, James A., Seneca, Kan. 

1891 * {L) Stoner, Sarah L., Seneca, Kan. 

1862 Stowe. William Thomas 67 Clinton Ave, Albany, N. Y. 

1885 Strain, A. G., Hylton, Nolan Co., Tex. 

1880 Strain, Kossuth Towallga, Butts County, Ga. 

1888 Stratton, Thomas Plymouth, N. H. 

1860 Stranb, Jacob, D.D., Hoopeston, HI. 

1887 {F) Street, John Kennedy, . . . Portland, San Patricio Co., Tex. 

1892 (L) Sweet, Frank T.f Nunda. N.Y. 

1869 Swoetser, Edwin Chapln, D.D., . . 1848 Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1885 Sykes, Richard Eddy, Little Falls, N. Y. 

^6 (F) Taber, J; Russell, M.D., ... 263 Ryerson St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

'4 Tabor, Manly Williams, .... ISth & Scott 8ta., Terre Haute, Ind. 



CNIVERSALIST REGISTER. Ill 

1862 Tabor, Timothy Haonlbal 774 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. 

1881 Taylor, James, IE. 111th Bt., New York. 

1881 Temple, Edward Foster, OaeoDta, N. Y. 

1878 Tenney, Charles Rockwell, ... 28 Glenarm St., DorcheBter, Mass. 

1852 Thayer, Aaron Aldrich Albert Lea, Minn. 

1875 Thompson, J. Frank, 113 Union St., Akron, Ohio. 

1876 Thompson, Thomas, Lexington, Mass. 

1890 Thornton, Henry L., Lapeer, Mich. 

1873 Titus, Anson, Natick, Mass. 

1852 Tomlinson, Charles Weldon, D.D., . . . . Taunton, Mass. 

1SS8 Tomlinson, Irving Clinton Arlington, Mass. 

1884 Tomlinson, Vincent Eaton, . . . .446 Warren St., Hudson, N. Y. 

1890 Torsleff, Andrew Jacob, Bonthbridge, Mass. 

1S91 {L) Tout, B,B.t Archie, Mo. 

1888 Towne, Robert Duke, Marlboro', N. H. 

1892 {D Townsendt Harry K., Canton, N. Y. 

1892 Townsend, Manley Bacon, South Framingham, Mass. 

1886 Towsley, Irving Middlcport, N. Y. 

1889 Trickey, William H Danvers, Mass. 

1891 {L) Trimble, Green, Bandy Creek, Ala. 

1872 (F) Tucker, William, D.D Camden, Ohio. 

1875 Tumlin, V. M., Dallas. Oa. 

1843 Tuttle, James Harvey, D.D., . . . . 626 9th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1891 TuUie, Walter Augustus Winchest-er, N. H. 

1851 Tyler, Albert, Oxford, Mass. 

1892 Vail, Charles H Bridgewater, N. Y. 

1877 Vail, Walter Scott, 34 Hotel Bartelau, Bt. Paul, Minn . 

1870 Van Clse, Orson Fowler, Omaha, Neb. 

1887 *(l) Van Cleave, At/red Comanche, Tex . 

1880 Vannevar, John, Canton, Mass. 

1891 (L) Vamey, Charles E. Galesburg, III. 

1847 Vaughn, Nicholas, Cannelton, Tnd. 

1855 Vedder, Abner, North Greenfield, Wis. 

) 1859 Vibbert, George H., 30 West St., Boston, Mass. 

1871 Vincent, James, Danbury, Conn. 

1870 Waite, Charles Lewis Brunswick, Me. 

1886 Walch, Alexander Francis Peabody, Mass. 

1890 (£) Wales, 0. T. 1166 Oak St., 8. E., Toledo, Ohio. 

1848 Walworth, Henry kyer, Baltimore, Md. 

1856 Ward, Samuel Roland Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

1841 Warren, Andrew Oliver, Montrose, Pa. 

1839 Warren Lester North Montpelier, Vt. 

1892 (Z) Washhurne, 0. R., Stoughton, Wis. 

1859 Weaver, Andrew Jackson, ....... Jetmore, Kan. 

1847 Weaver, George Sumner, D.D., Canton, N. Y. 

1891 (L) Webber, Edward W., Cumberland Mills. Me. 

1880 Webster, Francis Ellsworth, Everett, Mass. 

1848 Webster, Henry DeLafayette, Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

1874 Weeks, John Julius Locust Valley. N. Y. 

1888 (F) Westmoreland, C. T., Royston, Ga. 



112 UNIVERSALIST REGISTER. 

1868 Wc«ton, Contello, St. Johnabury, Vt. 

1882 Wfatppen, Frank Warren, 8t. Albans, Vt. 

1880 White, Albert Corydon, Pepperell, MaM. 

1877 White, Alphonso Everett, . . 100 Proepect St., O&mbridgeport, Maaa. 

1863 White, Charles James, . . . .* . . . . Woonsoeket, R. I. 

1870 White, Henry Klrke, Strawberry Point, Iowa. 

1875 White, Nchemiah, D.D., . . . . 711 B. Main St., Galesbarg, III. 

I8S4 White, Uiif us Austin, 6038 Stewart Ave., Chicago, lit. 

1891 White, William Shaw Fozboro', Mass. 

1877 Whitman, Harrison Spofford, Deering, Me. 

1875 Whitney, Elbert Watson, Milford, Maes. 

1840 Whitney, Qainey North Cambridge, Mass. 

1871 Wigle, Abraham J Harrisbarg, Ore. 

1887 Wilgui, Albert, Albany, Ore. 

1877 iF) Williams, David, Fillmore, III. 

1889 Williams, Leon O Ashmont, Boston, Maas. 

1892 Williams, Lester Elsworth TufU College, Maaa. 

1892 (L) Wmttima, William R Ind. 

1883 Williams, Win field Scott, WaDaaQ,Wls.' 

1860 Wlllson, Andrew Ravenna, Ohio. 

1878 Wilson, Joseph, Frankfort, Kan. 

1861 Wilton, Year Porter Denver, Col. 

1889 {F) Wing, Matthew Minneapolis, Minn. 

1835 Witherell, Joseph Freeman Dexter, Me. 

1877 Woodbridge, Warren Samael, ... 12 Pearl St., Medford, Mass. 

1846 Woodbury, Oliver Gordon Salem, N.H. 

1848 Woodin, Robert Onsted, Mich. 

1835 Woodhouse, Charles, M.D., Rotland, Vt. 

1886 *{L) Woodrow, JS. J., Marshalltown, Iowa. 

1878 Wood row, Thomas Wetherell, Marshalltown, Iowa. 

1891 {L) Wriijht, A. Rllworth, Morrisvllle, Vl. 

1891 iD Wrig/U, Alice K. {Tripp) Morrisvllle, Vt. 

1892 (L) Wright, Blanche A N. Y. 

1892 (L) Wright, Iktnlel, ......... Albion, N. Y. 

1892 WriKht, John M , Newport, Clay County, Tex. 

183S Wright, Nathan Roed, 24 Lincoln St., Lyon. Mass. 

1885 (/') Yatei«, F.M MarseiUea, III. 

1892 Yager, Marion, Lock Box 492, Hinsdale, N. H. 

1880 *iL) Yergan,!/. O Ashland, Ind. 

1892 Yeshimura, llizedo, 76 Kimachidori, Sendai, Japan. 

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STATISTICS OF THE UNIVERSALIST CHURCH, 



AND OTHBB 



DENOMINATIONAL INFORMATION. ETC.. 



For 1894. 



EDITED BT 

RICHARD EDDY, D.D. 



BOSTON : 
UNIVERSALIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, 

30 Wbst Stbsbt. 
1894. 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER, .894. 



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to be nor as they would have been if repeated calls for infor- 
mation had been heeded by those who oonld have given it, 
there is marked improvement in responses over former years, 
but for want of general response it is very certain that errors 
of statement as to the condition of all parish interests are re- 
peated, greatly to our detriment, year after year. It is hoped 
that we make some advance each year towards accuracy, and 
it is believed that by persistent effort we may sometime suc- 
ceed in obtaining reports from all. 

Important service has been rendered by many, and thanks 
are heartily tendered to all who have, by response to appeal 
and by sugo^estions, sympathized with and aided the effort 
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ECLIPSES FOR THE TEAR 1894. 

There will be four Eclipses this year, two of the Srx and two of Uie Moon. 

I. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, March 21, invisible In New England, but visible 
in the extreme west portion of North America and In Asia. 

II. An Annular Eclipse op tub Suk, April *-6, Invisible In New England, but visible 
in Aala and a {tart of Europe and Africa. 

III. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, Sept. 14-15, visible In New EngUnd. Boston. 
Mass.: Begins lOh. 35.6m. P.M.; middle, Uh. 31.6m. P.M.; ends, I2h. 27.7m. A. M. 

IV. A Total Eclipsk op the Srs, Sept 28-29, invisible in New England, but visible in 
the eastern part of Africa, the southern part of Asia and Australia, and In the Indian 
Ocean. 

Transit of Mbrccrt (1894). There will be a transit of Mercury over the Sun's disc 
Nov. 10, visible in New England. Boston, Mass. : Ingress logins lOh. 55.7m. A.M. ; Egress 
ends, 4h. 12.1m. P.M. 



MORNING AND EVENING STARS. 

Venus will be Evening Star till Feb. 16. Morning Star till Nov. 30, then Evening SUr the 
rest of the year. Mars will be Morning Star tUl Oct 20, ttien Evening Star Oie rest of the 
year. Jupiter will be Evening Star till June 4, Morning Star till Dec. 22, then Evening 
Star the rest of the year. Saturn will be Morning Star tiU April 11, Evening Star till Oct. 
21, then Morning Star the rest of the year. 



FESTIVALS AND FASTS. 



Ash Wednesday . . February 7 

Palm Sunday .... March 18 
Good Friday .... March 23 



Easter Sunday .... March 25 
Whit-Sunday .... May IS 
Christmas December 2S 



RATES OF POSTAGE IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Postal Cards, one cent each. All letters, two cents for each ounce or fraction thereof. 

Drop Letters, two cents each in cities and towns where the carrier system is adopted; 
elsewhere, one cent. 

First Class. All writt<'n matter, and all tied or sealed matter, is first claas, and must 
pay two cents per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Second Class. Only for publishers and newspaper agents, one cent per pound. 

Third Class. Includes all printed matter In unsealed wrappers, one cent for each two 
ounces and fraction thereof. 

Fourth Clnss. Includes small parcels, not sealed, to the limit of four pounds, at one 
cent per ounce and fraction thereof. 

Postal Notes under $5, three cents. 

Money Orders, not exceeding $5, five cents; over (Sand not exceeding flO, eight cents; 
18150, twenty-five cents : $100, forty-five cents. 

Special delivery Letters, ten cents in addition to regular postage. 

Foreign Letters. To Europe, five cents for each half-ounce, and newspapers one cent 
for each two ounces; to Australia and China, fifteen cents; British India, via Italian 
mail, five cents. 



UNIVERSALIS! REGISTER FOR 1894. 



THE GENEKAL CONVENTION. 

*'The Universalist General Convention," having juriBdiction over 
the ecclesiastical organizations of the Universalist Church in the 
Uni ted States and Canadian Provinces, meets biennially. The next 
session— 1805 — will be held in Meriden, Conn., on the Wednesday 
preceding the fourth Sunday in October. Preacher of the Occa- 
sional Sermon, Rev. J. E. Mason. The Convention is composed 
of the Presidents (or in their absence, the Vice-Presidents) and 
Secretaries of the State Conventions, and of clerical and lay dele- 
gates from the State Conventions, each State being entitled to one 
clerical and two lay delegates, and to an additional number of each 
class of delegates in proportion to the aggregate of its parishes 
and clergymen. At least four parishes must be organized and es- 
tablished in a State before a State Convention can be formed, but 
a less number of parishes may unite to choose one delegate, cleri- 
cal or lay, to represent them in the Oeneral Convention, and if 
there be but one parish so situated, it is entitled to one delegate, 
in all such States or Territories the General Convention has origi- 
nal jarisdiction. 

All laws relating to fellowship, ordination and discipline origi- 
nate in the General Convention, and it is the final court of appeal 
in all cases of dispute or difficulty between State Conventions. It 
is an incorporated body, empowered to hold real and personal 
estate to the value of five hundred thousand dollars, *'to be 
devoted exclusively to the diffusion of Christian knowledge, by 
means of missionaries, publications and other agencies." In the 
interim of sessions the interests of the Convention are watched 
over and managed by a Board of Trustees. The funds of th« 
Convention, as reported at the Session in Washington, D. C, in 
October, 1893, aggregate $262,259.16, and are distributed as 
follows : — 



6 UNIVERSALIST SEGISTEB, 1894. 

I. The Murray Centenary Fundf created in 1870 as a memorial 
of the one hundredth anniTcrsary of Rev. John Murray's first ser- 
mon in AmericR, $126,319.53. The income of this fund is used *4n 
the aid of theological students, the distribution of UoiTersalist 
literature, church extension and the missionary cause." 

II. The Theologieal Scholarship Fund, This fund is created by 
the repayment of loans made to theological students. It now 
amounts to $45,063.40, and the income is appropriated to loans to 
new students 

III. Church Exientian Fund, Started in 1884 on the modest 
foundation of $210, this fund, the income of which is to be deyoted 
as its name indicates, now amounts to $11,380.10. 

IV. Gunn Ministerial Reli^ Fund. The late John G. Gunn of 
New York bequeathed to the Convention the sum of $8,000, ''to 
create a fund for the relief, support and maintenance of needy 
clergymen, their widows and families, of the UniversaJist denom- 
ination/' except those in fellowship through the New York State 
Conyention, which had an endowment for that purpose. The 
fund now amounts to $12,542.96. 

V. Ada TibbetU Memorial Fund. During the year 1886 the 
Rev. A. Tibbetts of Urbana, 111., one of the early graduates of the 
Canton Theological School, conveyed to the Convention, in fee 
simple, 200 acres of farm land in Champaign County, 111., moder- 
ately valued at $60 per acre, subject to a lien of $4,100, on con- 
dition that he is to have the use, occupancy and income of the 
property during his natural life; and that perpetually thereafter 
one- tenth of the income shall be added annually to the principal 
of the fund, the remaining nine-tenths to be applied, at the 
discretion of the Trustees, to the purposes of the Convention. He 
has since conveyed to the Convention a farm in Ford County, 111., 
valued at $3,600, subject to a lien of $2,000. The property is 
under contracts of sale, and its value over and above the liens is 
$9,260. 

VI. Waeerly (lotoa) Fund. $800. 

VII. G, L, Demarest Reserve Fund. $14,000. 

VIII. William H. Ryder Fund. $25,000. 1 he income only to 
be used, *^at the discretion of the Board of Trustees, for the edu- 
cation of young persons for the ministry of the Universalist 



UNIYERSALIST KEGISTER, 1894. 7 

Church." But the Board may, in a certain contingency, apply a 
portion of such income "to the credit of any MlBsionary or Church 
Extension Fund" under their control and direction. 

IX. Draper Fund. The late Mr. Eben D. Draper of Boston, 
Mass., bequeathed to the General Convention the sum of $2,000, 
to be expended for missionary purposes in the Western States. 
Present amount of the fund, $1,200. 

X The "T" Fund. A lady of New York, who desires that her 
name shall not at present be published, has paid $7,510 to the 
Convention as the beginning of a fund, the income of which shall 
be paid to her during her natural life, and thereafter shall be 
added to the Theological Scholarship Fund. 

XL Henry P. Porter JPVind. $1,000. 

XII. Guaranty Fund, $2C0.25. 

The aggregate increase of the Convention funds during the 
Convention year 1891-92 was $7,603.81. The appropriations 
for the Convention year 1893-94 are whatever income from any 
source may be deemed best by the Trustees. 

The Board of Trustees have been authorized and directed *'to 
provide for two or more Universalist Church Conferences, to be 
held at central locations, in the years intervening between the 
regular sessions of the Convention, not for ecclesiastical, legisla- 
tive or financial work, but for the purpose of considering import- 
ant questions relating to religion, morals and education." 

A mission to Japan was established in 1890, the sum of $62,000, 
one fifth payable annually, having been subscribed. Details in 
regard to this mission are given on page 61. 

The officers of the Convention are :— 

PreHdent — Hon. Henry B. Metcalf, Paw tucket, R. I. 

rice- President— Hon. Charles H. Russell, Brooklyn, N. T. 

Secretary — G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester. N. H. 

TVeoeurer — Ebenezer Alexander, Boston, Masf>. 

7Vu«(ee«— J. D. W. Joy, Boston, Mass., Chairman; Hon. Sidney 
Perham, Paris, Me. ; H. W. Rugg, D.D., Providence, R. I. ; H. A. 
Manning; £. H Capen, D.D., Tufts College, Mass.; Samuel Eerr, 



8 UNIVERSAUST REGISTER, 1894. 

Chicago, III.; £. C. Sweetser, D.D., Philadelphia, Pa.; £. R. 
H olden, New York; Gen. John C. Graves, Buffalo, N. Y.; £. H. 
Cole, New York; G. L. Demareat, D.D., Manchester, N. U., 
Secretary, 

Assistant Secretary ^Rby, Cephas B. Lynn, Tufts College, 
Mass. 

Sunday-scfiool Library Commission — Key. J. N. Emery, Bridge- 
port, Conn.; B. F. Endicott, 30 West St., Boston, Mass.; Miss 
Mary Snow, Orleans, Mass.; Miss Mary A. Ellis, 117 North 
Ayenue, North Cambridge, Mass.; Mrs. Almon Gunnison, Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

The Woman's Cbntenaby Absooiatiox.— In 1869 the women 
of the Uniyersalist Church formed an Aid Association to assist in 
raising the Murray Fund. When this work was accomplished 
they enlarged the sphere of their operations and became an incor- 
porated body under the name here given. 

Dating from 1876 the Association has, during a large portion of 
the time, supported a missionary in Scotland. Rev. Marion 
Crosley, J. W. Hanson, D.D., Rev. Caroline A. Soule and Rev. 
Charles A. C. Garst— the latter still in the field— have been so 
employed. It also shares with the General Convention in sustain- 
ing a missionary in Texas. It has published and distributed 
editions of aixty-eight valuable tracts, aggregating 6,000,000 
pages. 

The Association meets at the time and place of the session of 
the General Convention, and special meetings are held during the 
year in connection with the session of the State Conventions where 
its work is organized. It is supported by annual, life and patron 
memberships, and by voluntary contributions. Annual member- 
ships, $1 ; life memberships, $25 ; patron, $100. It reported to the 
General Convention in October, 1893, total receipts for the year, 
$3,791.50; disbursements, $3,994.68; permanent fund, $12,608. 

Officers for 1893-94: President— Mrs. C. A. Quinby. Augusta, 
Me.; FiTe-Preafdent— Mrs. M. A. Adams, Melrose Highlands, 
Mass.; R*'Cording Secretary^Mrs, £. D. Brown, Honeoye Falls, 
N. Y. ; Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. E. L. Sherwood, Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; TrecMiirer— Mrs. M. M. Dean, 942 P 8t, Washington, 
D. C; Vice-President-at-large^Urs. M. L. Thomas, New York, 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER, 1894. 9 

N. Y.; Vice-President for England, BIrs. Robert Spear, London, 
England. 

The names of the other Vice-Presidents, so far as known, will 
be found in succeeding pages appended to the statistics of the 
respective State Conventions. 

The Young People's Christian Union of the Universalist 
Church was organized at Lynn, Mass., in October, 1889. Its 
object is to unite the young people's organizations connected with 
the Universalist Church. Pre<{(2en£— Herbert B. Briggs, Cleve- 
land, Ohio; Secretary-^ J Ames D. Tillinghast, Tufts College, 
Mass.; rreeuurer— Miss Lizzie U. Goldthwaite, P. O. Box 825. 
Danvers, Mass.; Executive Board— Mrs. H. A. Markley, Buffalo, 
N. T. ; Mrs. Mary Grace Canfield, Cincinnati, Ohio ; J. Thomas 
Moore, Philadelphia, Pa.; Rev. A. C. Grier, Charles City, Iowa. 

The Universalist Historical Society.— This Society was 
organized in 1834 for the collection of facts, books and papers 
pertaining to the history and condition of Universalism The 
Society is incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts. It has 
a library of about three thousand volumes, besides important 
manuscripts and papers. This library has been of great help in 
tracing the history and fortunes of our distinguishing faith in 
other countries and times. Donations of books and money are 
earnestly solicited, that the library may be rendered as complete 
as possible and its usefulness augmented. President—Richtird 
Eddy, D.D., East Providence, R I.; Vice-President— Hon. Olney 
Arnold, Pawtucket. R. I. ; Secretary and Librarian— -T. J. Sawyer, 
D.D., Tufts College, Mass. ; Assistant Secretary— Charles F. Potter, 
Boston, Mass.: TVeo^tirer— G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, 
N. H.; rru«£eea— A. A. Miner, D.D.,LL.D., Boston, Mass.; Hon. 
Newton Talbot, Boston, Mass. 



10 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER, 1894. 



STATISTICS. 



In the following Classification by States and Ter- 
ritories A Tabular Exhibit of Universaltst Parishes, 
Churches and Sunday schools is shown. Information 
respecting State Conventions is also given. 

[The location of parishes according to post-office address is shown in the first 
colnmn; where a fraction appears after the name of a parish it iodicatea that 
preaching serrices are held part of the time; (oc.) denotes that there is only oc- 
casional preaching; (m.) monthly services; (dor.) that the society islnactlTe; 
li that the parish is not in formal fellowship. The number of famUlea Inclnded 
in the re8i)ectiye parishes is given under the proper heading. The date of or- 
ganization both of Churches and Sunday-scbooUi is indicated in separate col- 
umns, with the membership of each organization. Under the head oV <Chnrch 
Edifloes/' the date of dedication Is given when known. Un. denotes that the 
parish is part owner in a union house of worship ; the abbreviations br, (brick), 
8t. (stone), w. (wood), indicate the material of the structure; prop, shows that 
the parish holds other property besides a church edifice. Under the h' ad of 
' Values" appears the amount of all property after deducting indebtedness. 
In the column designated "Preachers" the names of pastors or regular sup- 
plies are given, if the name is in italics the preacher is a licentiate; parallels 
(II) show that he is not in the Unlversalist fellowship.] 

The statistics are taken from reports direct from the pastors or preachers, 
and from official reports of StHte (Convention secretaries, where such have been 
received. In the absence of information of recent date from either of the above 
sources, changes are noted as indicated in the denominational papers; and in 
the absence of any recent information, the figures of last year are used. 

Alabama. 



PHrlabeB 


Churches 


S Schools 


Chnrch Edifices 


Preachers 


PoBt-offlces 


Families 


Org 


No 


Ot9 


Xo 


Dates 


y nines 


Ariosta(m.) . . 12 
Brewtou (m) . . 6 
Camp Hill ... 35 


1891-42 
1883-30 
1846-170 


1884>30 
1884-65 


1891— U7. 91000 

1888-w. 800 

1881— w. 850 

Prop. 150 


E. B. Aimp. 
J. H. Park. 



UMIVERSALIST REGISTER, 1894. 



11 



Partebes 


Cbarches 


S Schools 


Choxvh Edifloeg 


Preachers 


PottofBcefl 


FamilleB 


Org 


No 


Org No 


Dates Values 


Granger (oe.) . . — 
GroreHilKm) . — 
LarkinsTllle (oc.) 6 
Myrtle Tree (dor.) 8 
Notaealfca, ^ . . 6 


— U 
1893—14 
1883—23 
1860-34 
1850—17 


— 2*3 
1884-28 


— w. $500 
1892—19. 500 

- W. 500 
1850-u;. 800 


E. B. Arms. 
/. J, MeLeod. 

J. C. BarruBS. 


Total8~8 . . 73 


»-34t 


4-156 


7— $5,100 





California. 

State Convention organized June 1, 1887. PrtB, — Hon. 
A. G. Throop, Pasadena; Vxce-Pres. — G. H, Deere, D D., 
Riverside; Sec. — Rev. E. L. Conger, D. D., Pasadena; 
Treas. — Arthur H. Conger, Pasadena; Trus, — G. F. 
Robinson; William Finch; W. L. Hardison; Committee of 
Fellowship — Rev. S. Goodenough; Rev. L. M. Andrews, 
CAaerman, Santa Paula; Dr. W. F. Southard. Session of 
1894 to be held at place to be selected by the Trustees. 
Preacher of Occasional Sermon — Rev. Florence E. KoUock. 
Permanent Fund, $6,500. 

Young PeopWs Christixin Union — Mrs. L. M. Andrews, 
Pasadena, Sec. 

Woman's UniversaJisi Association^ organized in 1889. 
Meets at the same time and place as the State Convention. 
Pres. — Mrs. H. B. Manford; Vice-Pres, — Mrs. K. L. 
Conger; Sec, — Mrs. T. S. Vail, Pasadena; Treas. — Miss 
L. N. Shaw, Oakland. 



12 



UNIVERSALIST REGISTER, 1894. 



l^ulshea 



rosuofllces 



Families 



CburcliM 



Org 



No 



S Schools 



Org 



No 



Chnrch Edifices 



Dates 



Values 



Preachers 



Han ford . 
Oakland . 
Pasadena 

Pomona . 



. 10 
. 69 
. 100 

. 21 



Riverside ... 40 
Santa Ana ... 80 
Santa Cnix ... 90 
Ban Diego . . . — 
Han Francisco (oc.) 40 
Santa Paula . . ISO 



1883—91 
188^-178 

1892—29 

1881-20 
1886—21 
1890—37 



1890-125 



Totals— 10 



480 7- 501 



1883-85 
1887-160 

1891-30 

1881 --CO 
1886—21 
1890—50 



1892-50 
1889148 



8- im 



188«—u;.$l 1,500 
1888— W. <& &r. 

50,000 

1885-19. 1.200 

Prop. 2.000 

19»l-8t. 25,000 

Prop. 60 



1192— «f. & br, 
18.000 
Prop. 2,000 



5— fl00,750 



8. Ooodenongh. 
E. L. €k)nger, d.d. 
& F. E. Kollook. 
A. C. Bowles. 

G. H. Deere, d. d. 

E tgar Leavitt. 
A. Dtiyo. 
O. W. Allen. 
L. M. Andrews. 



Canada. 
Province of Ontario. 

Provincial Convention, organized in 1877, meets in June, 
the day to be determined later. Session for 1894 as may be 
announced hereafter. Pres. — John McBride; Vtce-Ptes, — 
J. M. Mallorj': Sec, — Edward Irvine, Fulton ; Treas.— 
Thomas Theal; Trua. — R. Wood, J. Jackson, R. Braner; 
Committee of Fellowship — Thomas Theal, Fulton; Edwin 
Irvine, Smithville; David Ellsworth, Bloomfield; Trus. of 
Missionary Fund— J. T. Middleton, R. Wood, T. Theal, 
Mi -IS J. J. Johnson. Permanent Fund, $700. 

Vice-Pres. Woman'^a Centenary Association — Mrs. J. G. 
Cobb, Smitiiville. 



Parishes 



PosU)fflces 



Families 



Cburches 



Org 



No 



8 Schools 



Org 



No 



Church Edifices 



Dates Values 



Preachers 



Blenheim, \ 
Bloomfield, . 



85 
25 



Nixon 14 

Olinda .... 35 

Port DoTer, ^ . . 20 

SmitbTllle, i . . 30 



Totals— 6 . . 159 



1878—80 1889-30 
1848—50 — — 



1883-10 
1883—17 
1881—84 
1861— SO 

~-181 



1889—60 



2—90 



1878-6r. 
1856-u;. 
Prop. 
1887— w. 
1881 6-. 
1871— &r. 
1850— w. 



$2 000 
1,000 
1300 
1.000 
1800 
1.800 
1.200 



$10,100 



UMIVERSALIST REGISTER, 1894. 



13 



Province of Quebec. 

Parishes in the Province of Quebec have the fellowship of 
the Vermont Convention. The parish at Halifax, N. S., has 
the fellowship of the Maine Convention. 

Vice-Pre8, Woman's Centenary Association — Mrs. Alice 
J. Allen, Waterloo. 



Parishes 


Churches 


S Schools 


Church Edifices 
Dat^s Values 


Preachers 


PostrOfflces Families 


Org No 


Oik No 


Massawippi . . 15 
Hatley. 1 ... 40 

HantingTille . . 55 
Waterloo ... 20 
Coatcook ... 15 
Moes Rirer,^ . . — 
Halifax, N.S. . 60 

Sa