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RELIGIOUS BODIES IN THE UNITED STATES.-Continued.
zations. Christian Union...
294 183 1-2 Church of God (Winnebrenarian.
479 338 1-6 Church Triumphant (Schweinfurth)..
12 Church of the New Jerusalem. 154 87 3-4 All Communistic Societies.
37 45 Congregationalists..
4,868 4,736 1-24 Disciples of Christ.
7,246 5,324 11-24 All Dunkards.
969 1,018 79-360 Evangelical Association.
2,310 1,899 1-3 All Friends..
1,056 995 Friends of the Temple..
5 German Evangelical Protestant
52 52 German Evangelical Synod.
870 785 11-12 All Jewish Congregations.
533 301 All Latter-Day Saints..
856 388 1-10 All Lutherans.
8,425 6,560 7-60 All Mennonites.
550 405 17-24 All Methodists.
52,7501 47,208 Moraviang.
94 114 All Presbyterians.
13,4761 12,452 49-60 All Episcopalians.
5, 102 5,103 All Reformed.
2,181 2,079 11-12 Salvation Army.
329 27 Schwenkfeldians.
6 Social Brethren.
20 11 1-12 Society for Ethical Culture.
334 Theosophical Society
1 All United Brethren.
4,526 3,419 7-10 Unitarians.
421 424 Universalists.
956 832 1-30 Unassociated Congregations.
111 1-2 Grand Totals.
Value of Communi
Church cants or Capacity. | Property. members.
68,000 $234,450 18,214 115,530 643,185 22,511 15,000
384 20,810 1,386,455 7,095
10,050 111,300 4,401 1,553,080 43,335,4371 512,771 1,609,452 2,206,03
,051 414,136 1,370, 631 73,845 479,335 4,785, 680 133,313 302,218 4,541,3341 107, 208 1,150 15,300
340 35, 175 1,187,4501 36,156 245, 781 4,614,490 187,432 139,234 9,754,275 130, 496
122,892 1,051, 791 166,125 2,159, 290 34,218,224 1,199,514
129,340 643,800 41,541 13,087,917 136, 237, 469 4,665,687
31,615 681,250 11,781 4,031.950 94,869,0971 1,278,332 1,360,877 82,681,418 540,509 825,931 18,744, 242 309, 458 12,055 37,350 8,662 1,925 12,200
306 8,7001 8,700 913
1,064 20,450 573,650 45,030 200
695 988,708 4,937,983
225, 158 165,090 10,335, 100 67,749 244,565 8,054,3331 49,194
39,345 1,486,0001 14,126 43,475,627|$682,541,065|19,837,516
Conference, 1872 Thomas Bowman....July 15, 1817 Baltimore [1839 St. Louis, Mo. 1872 Randolph S. Foster.. Feb. 22, 1820 Ohio
1837 Roxbury, Mass. 1872 Stephen M. Merrill.. Sept. 16, 1825 Ohio
1846 Chicago. Ill. 1872 Edward G. Andrews. Aug. 7, 1825 Oneida
1848 New-York. 1880 Henry W. Warren... Jan. 4, 1831 New-England... 1855 Denver, Col. 1880|Cyrus D. Foss...... Jan. 17, 1834 New-York 1857 Philadelphia, Penn. 1880(John F. Hurst. Aug. 17, 1834 Newark
1858 Washington, D. C. 1884 William X. Ninde... June 21, 1832 Black River.... 1856 Detroit, Mich. 1884 John M. Walden.... Feb. 11, 1831 Cincinnati 1858 Cincinnati, Ohio. 1884 Willard F. Mallalieu Dec. 11, 1828 New England... 1858 Buffalo, N. Y. 1881 Charles H. Fowler.. Aug. 11, 1837 Rock River.... 1861 Minneapolis, Minn. 1888 John H. Vincent .... Feb. 23, 1832 New Jersey 1853 Topeka, Kan. 1888|James N. FitzGerald July 27, 1837 Newark
1862 New Orleans, La. 1888 Isaac W. Joyce.....
Oct. 11, 183€ N.-W. Ind... 1859 Chattanooga, Tenn. 1888 John P. Newman... Sept. 1, 182€ |Oneida
1848 Omaha, Neb. 1888 Daniel A. Goodsell. Nov. 6, 1840 N. Y. East.... 1859 San Francisco, Cal. 1884|William Taylor* ....
2, 1821 Baltimore ..... 1843 Vivi, Congo, África. 1888|James M. Thoburn. Mar. 7, 1836) Pittsburg
1858 Calcutta, India. AGENTS OF BOOK CONCERN.-Sand cate," J. M. Buckley: Sunday-school pubford Hunt, Homer Eaton, 150 Fifth-ave., lications,
J. L. Hurlbut; "Northern New-York; Earl Cranston, Lewis Curts, Christian Advocate," J. E.C. Sawyer 190 W. Fourth-6t., Cincinnati.
"Pittsburg Christian Advocate," C. WEDITORS." Methodist Review," Will Smith: "Western Christian Advocate, lam V. Kelly, editor; A. B. Sanford, D. H. Moore; "Der Christliche Apologete,' assistant editor; "The Christian Advo A. J. Nast; "Haus und Herd,” H. Lieb
• Missionary Bishops having administrations limited to the countries named.
hart;. "Northwestern Christian Advo Florida, South-W. C. Grey (miss.). .1892 A. Edwards; "Central Christian Georgia-C. K. Nelson.
.1892 Advocate," J. B.Young; ''California Illinois, Chicago -- William Edward Christian Advocate," B. F. Crary; "South McLaren
...1875 western Christian Advocate," E. W. S. Illinois, Quincy-Alexander Burgess. .1878 Hammond; "Epworth Herald, J. F. Illinois, Springfield-George Franklin Berry; "The Gospel in All Lands," Eu Seymour; Charles R. Hale, assistgene R. Smith; "Sandsbudet," William ant
Indiana-David Buel Knickerbacker. . 1883 MISSIONARY SOCIETY.-Correspond Iowa-William Stevens Perry........1876 ing secretaries, C. C. McCabe, J. O. Kansas-Elisha Smith Thomas..... .1887 Peck, A. B. Leonard; recording secre Kentucky-Thomas Underwood Dudtary, S. L. Baldwin; treasurer, Sandford
..1875 Hunt; assistant treasurer, Earl Crang
Long Island-Abram N. Littlejohn...1869 ton, Cincinnati, Ohio. Offices, 150 Fifth Louisiana-Davis Sessums. ave., New-York,
Maine-Henry Adams Neely..........1867 BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION.
1885 Corresponding secretaries, W. A. Spencer, Maryland, Easton-William F. Adams. 1875 A. J. Kynett; treasurer, James Long. Massachusetts-William Lawrence....1893 Offices, 1,026 Arch-St., Philadelphia. Michigan-Thomas Frederick Davies. 1889 FREEDMEN'S AID AND SOUTHERN
Michigan, Northern-W. R. Thomas. . 1893 EDUCATION SOCIETY.-Corresponding
Michigan, Western-George DeN. Gilsecretaries, J. C. Hartzell, J. W. Hamil
.1875 ton; treasurer, Earl Cranston. Offices,
Minnesota-Henry Benjamin Whip190' W. Fourth-st., Cincinnati.
.1859 BOARD OF EDUCATION.-Correspond
Mahlon N. Gilbert, assistant. .1886 ing secretary, C. H. Payne; treasurer, J. S. Stout. Offices, 150 Fifth-ave., New
Mississippi-Hugh Miller Thompson. . 1883
Missouri-Daniel Sylvester Tuttle....1867 York. SUNDAY - SCHOOL
Missouri, West-E. R. Atwill........ 1890
UNION AND TRACT SOCIETY.-Corresponding secre
Montana-Leigh R. Brewer (miss.)...1880 tary, J. L. Hurlbut; treasurers, s. s. U.,
Nebraska-George Worthington.......1885 Daniel Denham; Tract Society, Homer
Nebraska, The Platte-Anson Rogers
Graves Eaton. Office, 150 Fifth-ave., New-York.
..1890 (See also "Épworth League.”)
Nevada-Ozi William Whitaker. 1869 BISHOPS OF THE M. E. CHURCH
Nevada and Utah-Abiel Leonard SOUTH.-John C. Keener, New-Orleans;
. 1888 Alpheus W. Wilson, Baltimore; John C.
New Hampshire - William Woodruff Granbery, Ashland Va.; Robert K. Har
1870 grove, Nashville; Wallace w. Duncan,
New Jersey-John Scarborough.......1875
GalloSpartanburg, S.C.; Charles B.
New Jersey, Newark - Thomas way. Jackson, Miss.; Eugene R. Hendrix,
1880 Kansas City; Joseph S. Key, Macon, Ga.;
New-York-Henry Codman Potter....1883 Atticus G. Haygood, Los Angeles; Oscar
New-York, Central-Frederic D. HuntP. Fitzgerald, Atlanta, Ga.
.1869 New-York, Western-Arthur Cleveland Coxe
.1865 PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL
New-York, Albany-William Croswell
North Carolina-Theodore Benedict
Lyman This Church consists now of fifty-two North Dakota-Wm. D. Walker......1883 dioceses and twelve missionary jurisdic Ohio-William Andrew Leonard......1889 tions in the United States, and seven for
Ohio, Southern-Boyd Vincent .......1889 eign jurisdictions under the care of bish Oklahoma-F. K. Brooke.
...1892 ops using the same liturgy and yielding | Olympia-J. A. Paddock (Miss.)......1892 obedience to the constitution and the Oregon-Benjamin Wistar Morris....1868 canons enacted in General Convention. Pennsylvania-Ozi William Whitaker. 1869 The next convention (triennial) will be Pennsylvania, Pittsburg - Cortlandt held in Minneapolis on the first Wednes Whitehead ..........
. 1882 day in October, 1895.
Pennsylvania, Central-Mark Antony BISHOPS IN THE UNITED STATES. De W. Howe......... See. Cons. N. S. Rullson, assistant..
.1884 Alabama - Richard Hooker Wilmer; Rhode Island-Thomas March Clark. . 1854 H. Melville Jackson, assistant.. 1862
South Carolina-William Bell White Arizona and New Mexico John Mills
.1871 Kendrick (Missionary).
1889 South Dakota-William H. Hare... 1873 Arkansas-Henry Niles Pierce........1870 Spokane-Lemuel H. Wells (miss.)....1892 California-William F. Nichols......1893 Tennessee-Charles Todd Quintard....1865 California, Northern - John H. D. Texas-Alexander Gregg.... Wingfield (miss.)
George H. Kinsolving, assistant. ... 1892 Colorado-John Franklin Spalding....1873 Texas, Northern-Alexander C. GarColorado, Western-W. M. Barker
Texas, Western-James S. Johnston Connecticut-John Williams..........1851 (miss.)
.1888 Delaware-Leighton Coleman..... 1888 Utah, etc.-Daniel Sylvester Tuttle... 1867 East Carolina--Alfred Augustin Wat Vermont-William Henry Augustus .................1884
Bissell ...... Florida-Edwin Gardner Weed.......1886 Virginia-Francis McNeece Whittle...1868
Virginia, Southern-Alfred M. Ran
BOARD OF EDUCATION-President, dolph, assistant.
1883 Rev. George D. Baker, D. D., PhiladelWest Virginia-George William Peter phia; acting corresponding secretary, Rev. kin
1878 Daniel W. Poor, D. D., Penn.; treasurer, Wisconsin, Milwaukee-Isaac L. Nich Jacob Wilson. Office, Publication House, olson
1889 1,334 Chestnut-st., Philadelphia, Penn. Wisconsin, Fond du Lac-Charles C. BOARD OF PUBLICATION AND SABGrafton
BATH-SCHOOL WORK-President, the Washington-John A. Paddock. .1880
Hon. Robert N. Willson, Philadelphia; Wyoming and Idaho-Ethelbert Talbot
secretary, Rev. Elijah R. Craven, D.D., (miss.)
LL. D.; superintendent of Sabbath-school Africa, Cape Palmas-S. D. Ferguson
and missionary work, Rev. James A. (miss.)
Worden, D. D.; editorial superintendent,
Rev. James R. Miller, D. D.; business Shanghai, China-Vacant. Feddo, Japan-Vacant.
superintendent, John H. Scribner; manuChanning Moore Williams, late Bishop
facturer, John A. Black; treasurer, Rev. of Yeddo, resigned.
Charles T. McMullin; recording clerk, 1866
Rev. Willard M. Rice, D. D. Publication Horatio Southgate, late Bishop of House, 1,334 Chestnut-st., Philadelphia.
Constantinople, Turkey, resigned....1844 BOARD OF CHURCH ERECTION.Charles C. Penick, late Bishop of President, Rev. Samuel D. Alexander, D. Cape Palmas, resigned...
1877 D., New-York; corresponding secretary, S. 1. J. Schereschewsky, late Bishop Rev. Erskine N. White, D. D.; record
of Shanghai, China, resigned., 1877 ing secretary, Rev. David R. Frazer, D. Thomas Augustus Jaggar, late Bishop D., Newark, N. J.: treasurer, Adam of Southern Ohio, resigned.
1875 Campbell. Office, Presbyterian House, 53 Haytian Mission-James T. Holly, Fifth-ave., New-York. Port-au-Prince.
BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEFPresident, George Junkin, LL. D., Phila
delphia; corresponding secretary, Rev. OFFICERS AND AGENCIES OF William C. Cattell, D. D., LL, D.; recordTHE PRESBYTERIAN GEN
ing secretary and treasurer, Rev. W. W.
Heberton. Omce, Publication House, 1,334 ERAL ASSEMBLY.
Chestnut-st., Philadelphia. The General Assembly of the Presby
BOARD OF FREEDMEN - President, terian Church in the United States of Rev. Henry T. McClelland, D. D.; correAmerica was founded in 1788. It is com sponding secretary, Rev. Edward P. Cowposed of the Synods and Presbyteries of an, D. D.; recording secretary, Rev. Samthe Church, which has a total member uel J. Fisher, D. D.; treasurer, Rev. John ship of 855,089. The next meeting of the J. Beacom, Ø. D. Office, 516 Market-st., General Assembly will be on the third Pittsburg, Penn. Thursday in May. Its officers are: Mod BOARD OF AID FOR COLLEGES AND erator, Rev. Willis G. Craig, Chicago, Ill. ACADEMIES -- President, Rev. Herrick Vice-Moderator, Rev. William H. Rob- Johnson, D, D., LL. D., Chicago, Ill.; corerts, D.D., LL. D., P. U. Box 1,153, responding secretary, Rev. Edward C. Philadelphia, Penn.
Ray, D. D.; treasurer, Charles M. CharnCLERKS-Stated Clerk and Treasurer, ley, P. O. Box 294, Chicago. Office, 23 Rev. William H. Roberts, D. D., LL. D., Montauk Block. 115 Monroe-st., Chicago. P. O. Box 1, 153, Philadelphia, Penn. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON SYSTEPermanent Clerk, Rev. William E. Moore, MATIC BENEFICENCE-Rev. Rufus S. D.D., LL.D., Columbus, Ohio.
Green, D. D., Elmira, N. Y.; secretary, TRUSTEES-President, George Junkin, Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, New-York. LL. D. Treasurer, Frank K. Hipple, 1,340 PERMANENT COMMITTEE ON TEMChestnut-st. Cor. Secretary, Rev. Joseph PERANCE-Chairman, Rev. John J. BeaBeggs, D. D., LL. D. Office, Publication
com, D.D., Pittsburg; corresponding secHouse, No. 1,334 Chestnut-st., Philadel
retary, Rev. John F. HIII, Room 813 phla, BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS-Presi
Penn Building, Pittsburg, Penn.; recorddent, Rev. John Hall, D. D., New-York;
ing secretary, Rev. Joseph B. Turner,
Glenshaw, Penn.; treasurer, Rev. James corresponding secretaries, Rev. William C. Roberts, D. D., LL. D., and Rev. Dun
Allison, D. D., Box 1,024, Pittsburg,
Penn. can J. McMillan, D. D.; superintendent of school work, Rev. George F. McAfee;
"CHURCH AT HOME AND ABROAD" secretary of Young People's Depart
-Editor, Rev. Henry A. Nelson, D. D. ment, Rev. Thornton B. Penfield; treas
Office, Publication House, 1,334 Chesturer, Oliver D. Eaton; recording secre
SO. tary, Oscar E. Boyd. Office, Presbyterian House, No. 53 Fifth-ave., New-York.
CIETY-President, Rev. William C. CatBOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS
tell, D.D., LL. D., Philadelphia: corPresident, Rev. John D. Wells, D.D.,
responding secretary, Rev. Samuel T. Brooklyn, N. Y.; corresponding secre
Lowrie, . D., Philadelphia; recording taries, Rev. Frank F. Enlinwood, D.D.,
secretary, Rev. J. B. Dales, D.D., LL. Rev. John Gillespie, D. D., and Robert D., Philadelphia; librarian, Rev. William E. Speer: recording secretary, Rev. Ben
L. Ledwith, Philadelphia; treasurer, Prof. jamin Larrabee, D. D.; secretary emer
De B. K. Ludwig, 121 N. Eighteenth-st., Itus, Rev. John C. Lowrie, D. D.: treas
Philadelphia; library and museum, 1,229 urer, William Dulles, jr. Office, Presby Race-st., Philadelphia. terian House, No. 53 Fifth-ave., New REVISION OF THE PRESBYTERIAN York. Fleld secretary, Rev. Thomas CREED.-For several years the PresbyMarshall, 48 McCormick Block, Chicago. terian Church in the United States of
America (the Northern Church) has considered the advisability of revising its ancient Confession of Faith, promulgated by the Westminster Divines in 1646. The question came up in practical shape before the General Assembly of 1889, which, after discussion, asked the various Presbyteries whether they desired a revision. A majority replied in the affirmative, and the Assembly of 1890 appointed a Committee on Revision, made up of theological professors, college presidents, ministers and elders, chosen from both parties. This committee reported in 1891, recommending many changes and modifications in the Confession, but declaring according to the terms of its appointment that "no alterations or amendments should be proposed that would in any way impair the integrity of the Reformed or Calvinistic system of doctrine taught in the Coafession." The Assembly referred this report back to the Presbyteries for further presentation in 1892. The Assembly in 1802 adopted the second report based on the answers of the Presbyteries. Two provisional chapters had been added to the Confession and changes recommended in about thirty sections. The Presbyteries, after discussing the revised recommendations, failed to approve them in sufficient number to make the changes constitutional, and the movement failed.
PRINCIPAL BAPTIST OFFICERS.
AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSIONARY UNION.--Rooms, Tremont Temple, Boston. President, Augustus H. Strong, D. D., LL. D., Rochester, N. Y.; recording secretary, H. S. Burrage, D. D., Portland, Me.; corresponding secretaries, J. N. Murdock, D.D., LL. D., Boston; Henry C. Mabie, D. D., Boston; S. W. Duncan, D. D., Boston, and Rev. E. F. Merriam, Boston; treasurer, E. P. Coleman, Boston; auditors, D. C. Linscott, Boston; Sidney A. Wilbur, Boston,
AMERICAN BAPTIST PUBLICATION SOCIETY.-1,420 Chestnut-st., Philadelphia. President, Samuel Crozer, Upland, Penn.; secretary, Benjamin Griffith, D. D., Philadelphia; recording secretary, Adoniram J. Rowland, D. D.. Baltimore; treasurer, Colonel Charles H. Banes, Philadelphia. Officers on the board-Chairman, Samuel A. Crozer; Bible and missionary secretary, C. C. Bitting, D. D.; editor and acting treasurer, Benjamin Griffith, D. D.; book editor, George W. Anderson, D. D.; associate book editor, Rev. Philip L. Jones; editor of periodicals, Rev. C. R. Blackall, M. D.; business and depositories, O. W. Spratt.
AMERICAN BAPTIST HOME MISSION SOCIETY.-Tempie Court, 5 Beekman-st., New-York. President, E. Nelson Blake, Cambridge, Mass.: treasurer, J. Greenwood Snelling, New-York; auditors, Joseph Brokaw, New-York, and C. B. Canfield, New-York; corresponding secretary, Henry L. Morehouse, D. D., NewYork; recording secretary, A. 8. Hobart, D. D., Yonkers, N. Y.; chairman Executive Board, E. T. Hiscox, D. D., Yonkers, N. Y.; assistant corresponding secre
tary, D. W. Perkins; recording secretary, George A. Schulte, jr.
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. -President, Jonathan Harolson, LL. D., Selma, Ala. ; secretaries, Lansing Burrows, D. Augusta,
and Oliver Fuller Gregory, D.
Baltimore; treasurer, George W.
Norton, Louisville; auditor, W. P. Harvey, D.D., Louisville, Foreign Mission Board-Mission rooms, Richmond,
Va. President, H. H. Harris, D. D., LL.D., Richmond; corresponding secretary, H. A. Tupper, D. D.; assistant corresponding secretary, T. P. Bell, D. D.; treasurer, J. C. Williams; recording secretary, A. B. Clarke; auditor, H. C. Burnett, all at Richmond. Home Mission Board--Mission rooms, Atlanta, Ga. President, John D. Stewart, Griffin, Ga.; corresponding secretary, 1. T. Tichenor, D. D.; assistant corresponding secretary, J. William Jones, D. D.; treasurer, A. D. Adair; recording secretary, A. C. Briscoe; auditor, B. F. Abbott, all of Atlanta. Sunday-school Board-Offices, Nashville, Tenn. President, W. R. L. Smith, D. D., St. Louis, Mo, ; corresponding secretary, J. Frost, D. D.; recording secretary, S. W. Meek; treasurer, M. B. Pilcher; auditor, R. Eastman, all at Nashville.
AMERICAN BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY.-President, Richard M. Dudley, Georgetown, Ky.; recording secretary, L. A. Crandall, D.D., Chicago; corresponding secretary, Rev. Fred. T. Gates, New-York; treasurer, Joshua Leyering, Baltimore; auditor, Colgate Hoyt, New-York.
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION OF AMERICA.-President, John H. Chapman, Chicago; general secretary, F. L. Wilkins, D. D., Chicago; recording secretary, Rev. R. F. Y. Pierce, Rockford, Ill. ; treasurer, J. O. Staples, Downer's Grove, III.
WOMAN'S BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY.-Rooms, 33 Tremont Temple, Boston. Hon. president, Mrs. Gardner Colby, Newton, Mass.: president, Miss Sarah c. Durfee, Providence, R. I.; clerk, Mrs. C. W. Dean, Fall River, Mass.; corresponding secretaries, Mrs. H. G. Safford, Foreign Dept. ; Mrs. N. M. Waterbury, Home Dept.; treasurer, Miss Mary E. Clarke, Boston; auditor, Charles H. Chandler, Boston.
WOMAN'S BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE WEST. Rooms, 122 Wabash-ave., Chicago. Presi. dent, Mrs. A. J. Howe, Chicago; recording secretary, Mrs. W. Brayman, Chicago; corresponding secretaries, Mrs. A. M. Bacon, 3,032 S. Park-ave., Chicago, and Mrs. S. C. White, Chicago, i assistant corresponding secretary, Miss A. L. Stevens, Chicago; treasurer, Miss Mary W. Ranney, Chicago; auditors, F. Smith and E. A. Beach, Chicago.
WOMEN'S BAPTIST HOME MISSION SOCIETY.-Rooms, 2,411 Indianaave., Chicago. President,
Mrs. J. N. Crouse, Chicago; corresponding secretary, Miss M, G. Burdette, Chicago; recording secretary, Mrs. H. Thane Miller, Cincinnati; treasurer, Mrs. A. H. Barber, Chicago.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN BAPTIST HOME MISSION SOCIETY.-Rooms, 14
Tremont Temple, Boston. President, Mrs. ROMAN CATHOLIC HIERARCHY Alice B. Coleman, Boston; corresponding
OF THE UNITED STATES, secretary, Mrs. M. C. Reynolds, 21 Fayette-st., Cambridgeport, Mass.; treasurer,
Archbishop Francisco Satolli, Apostolic
Wash10 E._Fayette-st., Baltimore.
Delegate, Catholic University,
ington, D. C. President, Miss Fannie E. Heck, Raleigh, N.
Rev. Donatus Sharetti, Auditor of DeleC.;
corresponding secretary, Miss Annie E. Armstrong, Baltimore; record
gation, Catholic University, Washington,
D. C. ing secretary, Mrs. F. M. Ellis, Baltimore;
Rev. Hector Pape, Secretary of Delegatreasurer, Mrs. M. E. Oliver, Baltimore.
tion, Catholic University, Washington, THE GERMAN BAPTIST CONFERENCES.-General Conference-Moderator,
D. c. Rev. J. C. Grimmell, Brooklyn; clerk,
Cons. Rev. J. Merkel, Milwaukee: treasurer, J. Baltimore...... .J. Gibbons, Card....1868
John J. Wiliams....1866 board, J. Ć. Hasselhuhn,' D. D.,
Patrick A. Feehan. 1865 land; general secretary board, Rev. G. A.
William H. Elder..1857 Schulte, New-York. Eastern Conference
Dubuque....... John Hennessy.....1866 Moderator, Rev. W. Papenhausen, Bos Milwaukee........Fred. X. Katzer...1886 ton; clerk, Rev. H. W. Geil, Syracuse. New-Orleans ....Francis Janssens...1881 Central Conference-Moderator, Rev. F.
New-York...... M. A. Corrigan.....1873 Friedrich, Cleveland; clerk, Rev. A.
W. H. Gross.......1873 Vogel, Peoria, In. Northwestern Confer
Philadelphia.... Patrick J. Ryan....1872 ence--Moderator, Rev. J. H. Maehlmann,
St. Louis......... Peter R. Kenrick... 1841 Racine, Wis; clerk, Rev. H. Schultz,
John J. Kain, coad.1875 St. Joseph, Mich. Southwestern Confer St. Paul..
John Ireland....... 1875 ence--Moderator, Rev. A. Franschel, Beat San Francisco. P. W. Riordan.....1883 rice, Neb.; clerk, Rev. F. Hoffman, St. Santa Fe.
J. B. Salpointe....1869 Louis. Texas Conference-Moderator, Rev.
P.L.Chapelle, coad. . 1891 L. Vogt, Greenville, Tex.; clerk, Rev.
T. L. Grace........
Albany, N. Y..... F. McNeirny.......1872 tlo Carter, Boston; recording secretary, Alton, nii......... James Ryan.......1888 Rufus L. Perry, D. D. Ph. D., Brooklyn;
Belleville, Ill..... J. Jansen..
..1888 corresponding secretary, Rev. William T.
Boston.. .......John Brady, aux...1891 Dixon, Brooklyn; treasurer, Rev. R. D.
Brooklyn......... C. E. McDonnell... 1892 Wynn, New-York.
Buffalo. BAPTIST AFRICAN
.....S. V. Ryan.........1868 MISSIONARY CONVENTION
Burlington, Vt.... L. De Goesbriand:.1853 OF THE WESTERN
Johns. Michaud, aux. 1892 STATES AND TERRITORIES.--Modera
Charleston, S. C...H. P. Northup.....1882 tor, Rev. J. F. Thomas, Chicago; record
Cleveland. ...I. F. Horstmann... 1892 ing secretary, Prof. Charles Stewart, Chi
Columbus, Ohio...J. A. Watterson....1880 cego: corresponding secretary, Rev. R.
Covington, Ky.....C. P. Maes.........1885 de Baptiste, D.D., Galesburg, Ill. ; treas
Dallas, Texas.....E. J. Dunne........ urer, Rev. W. H. Harrison, Joliet, III. BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSIONARY
Davenport, Iowa. . H. Cosgrove.
Nicholas Matz.....1887 CONVENTION OF THE U. S.-President,
Detroit. A. R. Griggs, D.D., Dallas, Texas; re
John S. Foley......1888 Duluth.
James McGolrick...1889 cording secretary, Solomon T. Clanton,
.. Tobias Mullen.. 1868 New-Orleans; corresponding secretary, J.
Fort Wayne... Jos. Rademacher...1883 Endom Jones, D. D., Richmond, Va.;
Galveston.. statistical secretary, Rev. A. N. Peques,
..N. A. Gallagher....1882
Grand Rapids. ...H. J. Richter......1883 Raleigh, N. C.; treasurer, Rev. D. N. Vassar, Richmond, Va.
Green Bay, Wis... S. G. Messmer.....1892 AMERICAN NATIONAL BAPTIST Harrisburg..
Thomas McGovern..1888 CONVENTION.-President, Rev. M Hartford, Conn..... Vacant. Vann, Nashville, Tenn.; recording gecre Helena, Mont........J. B. Brondel. .....1879 tary, Rev. F. F. Morris, Lynchburg, Va.; Jamestown, N. D.. James Shanley.....1889 assistant secretary, Rev. P. H. A. Brax Kansas City, Kan. L. M. Fisk.. ...1871 ton, Baltimore; corresponding secretary, Kansas City, Mo... John J. Hogan.....1868 Rev. J. L. Dart, Charleston; treasurer, La Crosse, Wis... Jacob Schwaebach..1892 Rev. C. T. Walker, Augusta, Ga.
Lincoln, Neb... ... Thos. Bonacum....1887 AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL Little Rock.. Edward Fitzgerald. 1867 SOCIETY.-Office and Library, Room 29, Los Angeles, ..... F. Mora.
.....1873 1,420 Chestnut-st., Philadelphia. Presi
Louisville...... W. G. McCloskey..1868 dent, James L. Howard, Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, N. H..D. M. Bradley.....1884 secretary, Rev. E. P. Smith, Philadel
Marquette, Mich... John Vertin........1879 phia; treasurer and librarian, Henry E.
J. O'Sullivan... ....1885 Lincoln, Philadelphia.
Nashville......... Vacant. BAPTIST CONGRESS.--President, Colo Natchez. ..... Thomas Heslin.....1889 nel Charles H. Banes, Philadelphia; Natchitoches...... Anthony Durier....1885 recording secretary, Rev. Leighton Wille Nesqually, Wash... E. Junger.
.....1879 iams, New-York; corresponding secretary Newark.
M. W. Wigger.....1881 and treasurer, Rev. Walter Rauschen Ogdensburg, N. Y..H. Gabriels. .....1892 busch, New-York. General Committee-J. Omaha.......... Richard Scannell...1887 B. Thomas, D. D., chairman; Rev. Wal Peoria. ..........J. L. Spaulding....1877 ter Rauschenbusch, secretary.
......... Richard Phelan....1885