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-E. E. Israel, Baton Rouge,

Ore.-F. McKercher, Portland; W. P. -Nathan F. Woodbury, Auburn; Elmore, Brownsville, man B. Merritt, Houlton.

Penn.-A. A. Stevens, Tyrone; David B. -F. C. Hendrickson, Cumberland; McCalmont, Franklin. orge R. Gorsuch, Baltimore.

R. 1.-C. H. Tilley, Providence; Bernon B. John M. Fisher, Attleboro; J. B. E. Helme, Kingston. !wis, Boston.

S. D.-W. T. Rafferty, Miller: Quincy 1-Samuel Dickie, Albion; Fred W. Lee Morrow. Brookings. urbett, Adrian.

Tenn.-A. D. Reynolds, Bristol; J. B. 2.-W. G. Calderwood, Minneapolis; Stinespring, Sandtord. orge W. Higgins, Minneapolis. Texas-j. B. Cranfill, Dallas; Walter Ç. -H. P. Faris. Clinton; Charles E. Swengel, Dallas. okes, Kansas City.

Utah-Robert J. Shields. Salt Lake City; 1.- Mrs. Kate M. Hamilton, Butte. Miss Edith Wade, Salt Lake City. -A. G. Wolfenbarger, Lincoln; D. Vt.-H. S. Eldred, Sholdon; Dr. Hausen, Gilbert. Fremont.

Montpelier. 1.-A. H. Morrill, Laconia; John S. Va.-G. M. Smithdeal, Richmond; James anchard, Concord.

W. Bodley, Staunton. :-George J. Haven, Camden; Joel G. Wash.-Guy Posson, Seattle; R. E. Dunn Cise, Summit.

lap, Seattle. :-Clarence E. Pitts. Oswego; George W. Va.-Edward W. Mills, Fairmont; U. Stockwell, Fort Plain.

A. Clayton. Fairmont. -J. M. Templeton, Cary; Thomas P. Wis.-W. D. Cox, Milwaukee; B. E. Van hnston, Salisbury.

Keuren, Oshkosh. D.-Theodore E. Ostlund. Hillsboro; Wyo.-L. L. Laughlin, Laramie; C. J. H. Kife, Tower City.

Sawyer, Laramie, -F. M. Mecartney, Columbus; J. B. Ariz.-Frank J. Sibley. Tucson; John Wix irtin, Cincinnati.

Thomas, Phenix,
-Charles Brown. Carmen; the Rev.
M. Monroe, Oklahoma City.

INDEPENDENCE. bfficers of tho National Committee.-Chairman, William R. Hearst, New York; :hairmen, C. F. S. Neal, Indiana, and M. W. Howard, Alabama; secretary, es A. Walsh, Ottumwa, Iowa; headquarters of committee, No. 188 Madison Chicago, Ill.

Members of the Committee. -James B. Drake and C. P. Agri- | Mo.-The Rev. _John T. Tuohy, St. Louis; k, Birmingham; M. W. Howard, Fort William S. Barnickel, St. Louis; ine.

Kansas City. -R. D. Plunkitt, Little Rock; J. D. Mont.-J. J. Dallas, Butte; Andrew bertson, Mountain Home.

Wormser. Wormser City. -Hugh J. McIsaac, San Francisco; Nev.-Edgar W. Stone, Goldfield; A. R. iner Williams, Los Angeles; J. D. Needles, Tonɔpah; General J. C. HagerCaughey, Stockton,

man, Carson City. -Lawrence T. Gray, Colorado Springs. N. H.-A. N. Browne, Plymouth; Will-A. C. E. Hamilton, Greenwich. iam M. Kendall and Dennis E. O'Leary, -R. L. Harper, Jacksonville; Louis Manchester. Head, Pensacola,

N. J.-Joseph R. Buchanan, Newark; Edward E. Clapp, Atlanta; Percy John A. Smith. Haddon Heights; SamIdlebrooks, Madison.

uel Warbasse, Warbasse. -J. E. Roberts, Boise City.

N. Y.--William Randolph Hearst, New Howard S. Taylor and Theodore Ne- York; Reuben Robie Lyon, Bath; C. H. Chicago; John Baker, Pontiac, W. Auel, Buffalo. Charles F. S. Neal, Lebanon.

N. C.-A. C. Shuford, Newton. L F. Broberg, Cedar Rapids; W. N. D.-B. F. Lathrope, Fargo. Needham, Des Moines; J. A. Lowen- Ohio-John Mulholland, Toledo; Andrew g. Ottumwa,

F. Otte and James E. Jackson, Cincin-Edwin S. Waterbury, Emporia; E. nati. Fowler, Topeka.

Okla.-H. W. Diffenderfler, Caddo; J. J. E. Merrick, Louisville; W. P. Luther Langston, Oklahoma City; Willsh, Louisville; Joseph Desberger, iam C. Hatcher, Bokchito. ucah.

Ore.-T. J. Byrnes and M. J. Malley, Joseph G. Schwartz and Louis L. Portland; George E. Shaver, Cleone. fman, New Orleans.

Penn.-Samuel F. Wheeler and William C. Lester Ames, Bridgton; George J. Boyle, Philadelphia. Crockett, Thomaston; A. Baker, R. I.-James H. O'Neil and Fercy J. gham.

Cantwell. Providence; James J. Dunn; Charles A. Briscoe, Baltimore; Ed- East Providence. d H. Trainor, Baltimore; Joseph Sir, S, C.-C. S. Link, Fort Mill. Imoro.

S.D.-H. W. Smith, Sioux Falls; E. F. -William N. Osgood, Lowell; Gren English, Yankton. ! S. McFarland, Cambridge.

Tenn.-Thomas J. Wright, Nashville; -Dr. A. W. Nichols, Greenville; R. Duncan Sinclair, Nashville; T. J. Reeves. Detroit; C. Q. De France, Dougherty. Nashville. amazoo.

Tex.–Taylor McRae, Fort Worth; George J. T. P. Power, A. J. Williams S. Vivian, Dallas; Bud Terry, Hillsboro. R. B. Higbee, St. Paul.

Utah-Frank J. Tierney, Bingham Canon; -Waltor Hollis and B. T. Wade, Abner Thompson, Salt Lake City. 10A.

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Vt. John D. Spellman, Rutland.

Walsh, Kenosha; J. F. Cary, M Va.-William Elmore Soalo and Rufus S. waukee,

Freeman, Richmond; James M. O'Con- Ariz.-J. J. Healy and F. A. Jon nor, Norfolk.

Phenix. Wash.-Homer 0. Campbell, Seattle, D. ot C.-Víctor J. Evans, John Garr Wis.-S. Kump, Madison; La T. and A, L, Evans, Washington.

SOCIALIST LABOR. National Executive Committee.-National Secretary, Paul Augustine, No. City Hall Place, New York City; Olive M. Johnson, California; J. V. Billings, Co rado; Joseph Marck, Connecticut; G. A. Jenning. Illinois; Joseph Matz, Indlar J. H. Arnold, Kentucky: Arthur É. Reimer, Massachusetts; Herman Richter, Mic gan; G. H. Campbell, Minnesota; C. F. Maier, Missouri; Julius Eck, New Jerse Boric Reinstein, New York; John Kricher, Ohio; J. A. McConnell, Pennsylvan A. S. Dowler, Texas; Stephen Brearclin, Washington; Albert Schnabel, Wiscons J. E. Schmidt, Virginia.

POPULIST. Oficers of the National Committee.-Chairman, James H. Ferriss, Joliet, I vice-chairman, Jay W. Forrest, Albany, N. Y.; secretary, Paul E. Dixon, Chillicot Mo.; treasurer, Jay W. Forrest, Albany, N. Y.

Executive Committee.-James H. Ferriss, chairman; Jay W. Forrest, officio; Paul E. Dixon, ex-officio; Jas. W. Baird, Paris, Tex.; Milton Park, Dall Tex.; W. S. Morgan, Hardy. Ark.: Frank Richey. Oriel Building. St. Louis, M W. P. Brush, Fredonia, Penn.; A. J. Jones, Parller, Cal.; Wm. Phillips, Marlet Ga.; J. A. Parker, Parma, Mo.; George A. Honnecher, Jersey City, N. J.: Elt Pomeroy, Wyoming, N. J.; Horace A. Keifer, Wallula, Kan.; John S. Allen, N man, Okla.

STATE POLITICAL COMMITTEES.

Republican State Chairmen, Ala.-P. M. Long, Birmingham.

Neb.-William C. Hayward, Lincoln. Ark.--F. W. Tucker, Powhatan.

Nev.-H. I. Humphries. Carson. Cal.-George Stone, Sacramento,

N. H.-F. W. Esterbrook, Concord. Col. -John F. Vivian, Denver.

N. J.-Franklin Murphy, Newark. Conn. -Michael Kenealy, Stamford.

N. Y.-T. L. Woodruff. Brooklyn. Del.-T. Coleman Du Pont, Wilmington. N. C.-Spencer B. Adams, Raleigh. Fla.-Henry S. Chubb, Gainesville,

N. Dak.-L. B, Hanna, Fargo. Ga.-W. H. Johnson, Atlanta.

Ohio-Walter F. Brown, Toledo. Idaho-B. F. O'Neil, Boise.

Okla.-Charles Hunter, Guthrie. Ill.-Roy O. West, Chicago.

Ore.-Frank C. Baker, Portland. Ind.-J. P. Goodrich, Winchester.

Penn.-Wesley R. Andrews, Meadville Iowa-Frank Wood, Esterville.

R. I.-George R. Lawton, Tiverton, Kan.-S. C. Crummer, Topeka.

S. C.-Edmund H. Deas, Darlington. Ky.-R. H. Winn, Mount Sterling.

S. Dak.-W. C. Cook, Plankinton. La.-F. B. Williams, Patterson.

Tenn.- Newell Sanders, Chattanooga. Me.-Byron Boyd, Augusta.

Tex.-Cecil A. Lyon, Shernian. Md.-John B. Hanna, Belair.

Utah-James H. Anderson, S. Lake C Mass.--George H. Doty, Boston.

Vt.-Frank C. Williams, Newport. Mich.--Garrit J. Diekema, Holland.

Va.-C. Blascom Slemp, Big Stone G Minn.-A. D. Brown, Madison.

Wash.-E. B. Palmer, Seattle. Miss.-E. W. Collins, Jackson.

W. Va. Mo.-Walter S. Dickey, Kansas City. Wis.-E. A. Edmund, Appleton. Mont.-William Lindsay, Glendive.

Wyo.-C. W. Burdick, Cheyenne.

Democratic State Chairmen. Ala.-H. S. D. Mallory, Selma.

Neb.-T. S. Allen, Lincoln. Ark.-O. B. Gordon, Prescott.

Nev.-James G. Sweeney, Carson. Cal.-Timothy Spellacy, San Francisco. N. H.-P. H. Madigan, jr., Concord. Col.-Milton Smith, Denver.

N. J.--Robert S. Hudspeth, Jersey Cit Conn.-James J. Walsh, Norwalk,

N. Y.-W. J. Conners, Buffalo. Del.-Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. N. C.-A. H. Eller, Winston. Fla.-D. H. Fletcher, Jacksonville.

N. Dak.-J. L. Cashel, Grafton. Ga.-M. J. Yeomans, Dawson.

Ohio-Harvey C. Garber, Greenville. Idaho--J. Johnson, Boise.

Okla.-Charles Thompson, Oklahoma Ill.-Charles Boeschenstein, Chicago.

Ore. - Alex. Sweek Portland. Ind.--V. S. Jackson, Greenfield.

Penn.-Arthur G. Dewalt, Allentown. Iowa-C. W. Miller, Waverly.

R. 1.-P. H. Quinn, Providence. Kan.-W. H. Ryan, Girard.

S. C.-Wilie Jones, Columbia, Ky.-H. R. Prewitt, Mount Sterling. S. Dak. --Henry Wentzy, Pukwantzy. La.

Tenn.-William Morrow. Nashville. Me.-Fred. E. Beano, Hallowell.

Tex.-A. B. Storey, Lockhart. Md.-Murray Vandiver, Havre de Grace. Utah-Simon Bamberger, Salt Lake C Mass.-Frederick J. McCleod, Cambridge. Vt.-Emory S. Harris, Bennington. Mich.-Edwin 0. Wood, Detroit.

Va.-J. Taylor Ellyson, Richmond. Minn.-Frank A. Day, St. Paul.

Wash.-J. W. Goodwin, Seattle. Miss.-C. L. Lomax, Greenwood.

W. Va.-0. S. McKinney, Wheeling. Mo.-W. N. Evans, St. Louis.

Wis.-H. H. Manson, Wausau. Mont.-H. L. Frank, Helena.

Wyo.-W. B. Ross, Cheyenne.

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TISTICS OF RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. The following table of statistics of the churches in the United States 18 takon I the special report of the Federal Census Bureau on the results of the religious u8 of 1906. It shows the number of religious bodies in each denomination, the ber of organizations, the number of members and the increase in membership reen 1890 and 1906;

No.

Increase
No.
No. of

of

from Denominations. of Organizations.

Members.

1890 bodies,

to 1906. 1906. | 1890. 1906.

1890.

1906. denominations.

186/212, 230 1165,151 32,936,445/2 20,597,954 $12,367,530 estant bodies.

164 195,618 153,054 20,287,742) 14,007,187 6,280,558 Iventist bodies.

7 2,551 1,757 92,735 60,491 32,244 iptist bodies...

14 54,880 42,909 5,662,234 3,712, 468 1,949,766 iristlans (Christian Connection)

1 1,379 1,424 110,117 103,722 6,395 urch of Christ, Scientist

1

221 85,717 8,724 76,993 ngregationalists

1 5,713 4,868

700,480 512,771 187,709 sciples or Christians..

2) 10,942 7,246 1,142,359 641,051) 501,308 Inkerg or German BapHist Brethren..

4 1,097 989

97,144 73,795 23,349 angelical bodies.

2 2,738 2,310 174,780 133,313 41,467 lends

1,147 1,056 113,772 107,208 6,564 rman Evangelical Synod of North America.

1 1,205 870 293, 137 187,432 105,705 lependent Churches.

1 1,079 155

73,673 13,360 60,313 theran bodies..

24 12,703 8,595 2,112,494 1,231,072 881,422 innonite bodies...

14 604 550 54,798 41,541 13,257 thodist bodies.

15 64,701 51,489 5,749,838 4,589,284 1,160,554 esbyterian bodies.

12 15,506 13,471 1,830,555 1,277,851 552,704 otestant Epis. Church.

1 6,845 5,018 886,942 532,048 354,894 formed bodies.

4 2,585 2,181 449,514 309,458 140,056 Itariang

1 461 421
70,542 67,749

2,793 Ited Brethren bodies.

2 4,304

4,526 296,050 225, 281 70, 769 Iversalists

1 846 956 64,158 49,194 14,964 her Protestant bodies.

52 3,694 2,042 226,703 129,374 97,329 an Catholic Church...

1 12,482 10,239 12,079, 142 6,241,708 5,837,434 sh congregations.

1 1,769 533 4101,457 4130 496 (5) ?r-Day Saints.

2 1,184) 856 256,647 166,125 90,522 'n Orthodox Churches..

4 411
2 129, 606

600 129,006 ther bodies............

14 766 467 81,851 51,838 30,013 Exclusive of 26 organizations in Alaska. 2 Exclusive of 14,852 communicants or ers reported for 26 organizations in Alaska. 'Exclusive of Jewish congregations. 906, heads of families only; in 1890, members as well as heads of families in1. As the figures for the two censuses are not comparable, the increase cane shown.

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. The Church has sixty-five dioceses and twenty-two missionary jurisdictions

United States and eight foreign jurisdictions under the care of bishops using same Liturgy and yielding obedience to the constitution of the canons ed in General Convention.

Bishops of the United States.
Consecrated. Soa

Consecrated. ima-Charles H. Beckwith......1902 Georgia, Atlanta-C. Kinloch Nelson. 1892 (-Peter Trimble Rowe (miss.)..1895 Idaho.-J. B. Funston (missionary)...1899 na-John Mills Kendrick (miss.). 1889 mlinois, Chicago-Chas. P. Anderson..1900 nsas-William M. Brown.... ..1898 Illinois, Quincy-M. Edward Fawcett. 1904 omnia-William F. Nichols.. 1800 | Illinois, Springfield-Edward William ornia, Sacramento-William Osborne

1904 reland (missionary).

1899 Indlana, Irdianapolis-Joseph M. rnia, Los Angeles-J. H. John

Francis

1899 1896 Indiana, Michigan City-John Hazen Consecratod. White

.1895 ado Charles S. Olmsted. 1902 Iowa-Theodore N. Morrison. ..1899 ado, Western -Benjamin Brew- Kansa8--Frank R. Millspaugh.

...1895 ..1909 Kansas, Salina-Sheldon M. Griswold cticut-Chauncey B. Brewster..1897 (missionary) vare- Frederick J. Kinsman....1908 Kentucky-Charles E. Woodcock. ..1905 ct of Columbia, Washington-Al- Kentucky, Lexington-Lewis W. Bur| Harding .1909 ton

.1896 la-Edwin Gardner Weed. 18PR Louisiana-Davis Sessums.

1891 la, Southern-W. C. Gray (miss.). 1892 Maine-Robert Codman.

.1900 4-Frederick F. Reese.. 1908 | Maryland--William Paret.

1885

H.

....1903 ....1899

...1906

See.

Consecratod. South Carolina-W. A. Guerry. Maryland, J. G. Murray, coadjutor. . 1909 Pennsylvania, Harrisburg-James H. Maryland-Easton-Wm. F. Adams. .1875 Darlington Massachusetts-William Lawrence....1893

Pennsylvania, Bethlehem-Ethelbert Massachusetts, Western-Alexander H.

Talbot Vinton

1902

Rhode Island-Wm. N. McVickar.. Michigan-Charles D. Williams. 1906

South Dakota Frederick F. Johnson Michigan, Marquette-G. Mott Wil

(missionary in charge) liams

.1896

Tennessee-Thomas F. Gailor. Michigan, Western-J. N. McCor

Texas-George H. Kinsolving mick

1.1906 Texas, Dallas-A. C. Garrett. Minnesota-Samuel C. Edsall..

Texas, West-J. S. Johnston.. Minnesota, Duluth J. D. Morrison...1897

Utah--F. S. Spalding (missionary).

Vermont-Arthur C. A. Hall. Mississippi-Theodore D. Bratton....1903

Virginia--Robert A. Gibson. Missouri-Daniel Sylvester_Tuttle... .1867

Arthur S. Lloyd, coadjutor.. Missouri, Kansas City-Edward R.

Virginia, Southern--A. M. Randolph. Atwill

1890

Beverly D. Tucker, coadjutor. Montana-Leigh R. Brewer.

..1880 Nebraska--Arthur L. Williams.

West Virginia-George W. Peterkin.1 ..1899

William L. Gravatt, coadjutor.....1 Nebraska, Kearney-A. R. Graves...1890 Wisconsin, Milwaukee-W. W. Webb.1 Nevada-Henry D. Robinson.

...1908

Wisconsin, Fond du Lac-C. C. Grafton.1 New Hampshire-William W. Niles...1870 R. H. Weller, jr., coadjutor.. E. M. Parker, coadjutor.

Washington, Olympia-Frederic

W. New Jersey-John Scarborough. ..1875

Keator (missionary). New Jersey, Newark-Edwin S. Lines. 1903 Washington, Spokane-Lemuel H. New Mexico John Mills Kendrick

Wells (missionary). (missionary)

1889

Wyoming-N. S. Thomas. New York-David H. Greer.

..1904 Africa, Cape Palmas-S. D. Ferguson New York, Central-Charles T. Olm

(missionary) sted

1902 Brazil-L. L. Kinsolving (misionary). New York, Western--Wm. D. Walker. 1883 Shanghai, China-F. R. Graves (misNew York, Long Island - Frederick

sionary) Burgess

Hankow, China-Logan H. Roots Now York, Albany-Wm. C. Doane...1869 (missionary)

Richard Henry Nelson, coadjutor...1904 Honolulu-H. B. Restarick (miss.).... North Carolina-Joseph B. Cheshire. .1893 Tokio, Japan John McKim (miss.). North Carolina, East-Robert Strange. 1904 Kioto, Japan--Sidney C. Partridge North Carolina, Asheville-Junius M.

(missionary Horner (missionary)

1898

Philippine Islands—Charles H. Brent North Dakota-Cameron Mann (miss.). 1907 (missionary) Ohio William Andrew Leonard.. 1889 Porto Rico- James H. Van Buren Ohio. Southern--Boyd Vincent. .1889 (missionary) Oklahoma-F. K. Brooke (mission- Cuba-Henry D. 'Aves (missionary)...1 ary)

.1898

Mexico-Albion W. Knight (missionOregon-Charles Scadding:

. 1906 ary) Oregon, Eastern-Robert L. Paddock Channing Moore Williams, late Bishop (missionary)

.1907

of Yeddo, resigned.. Pennsylvania-Ozi William Whitaker.1869 Thomas A. Jagger, late Bishop of

Alexander Mackay-Smith, coadjutor. 1902 Southern Ohio, resigned. Pennsylvania, Pittsburg-C. White- Charles C. Penick, late Bishop of Cape head

1882 Palmas, resigned.. METHODIST EPISCOPAL OFFICERS.

Bishops.

...1902

Consecrated.

Entered Ministry.
Names.
Born.

Residence.

Conference. (Y'r. 1872 Thomas Bowman.. July 18, 1817 Baltimore. 1839(East Orange, N. 1880 Henry W. Warren. Jan. 4, 1831 New England.. 1855 Denver. 1880/ Cyrus D. Foss..

Jan. 17, 1834 New York.. 1857 Philadelphia. 1884 John M. Walden Feb. 11, 1831 Cincinnati. 1858 Cincinnati, 1884 Willard F. Mallalleu.. Dec. 11, 1828 New England.. 1868 Auburndale, Mass 1888 John H. Vincent.. Feb. 23, 1832 New Jersey.

1853 Chicago. 1900 | David H. Moore.. June 27, 1840 Ohio...

1867) Washington, D. 1896|Earl Cranston.. Sept. 4, 1838 Ohio.

1860 Cincinnati, 1900 John W. Hamilton. Mar. 18, 1848 Pittsburg.

1866 Boston, 1904) Joseph F. Berry May 13, 1856 Detroit.

1874) Buffalo, 1904(Henry Spellmeyer.. Nov. 25, 1847 Newark.

1869 St. Louis, 1904) William F. McDowell.. Feb. 4, 1858 North Ohio. 1882 Chicago. 1904 (James W. Bashford.. May 27, 1849 New England. 1880 Pekin, China. 1904 William Burt

Oct. 23, 1852 New York East. 1881 Zurich, Switzerla 1904 Luther B. Wilson. Nov. 14, 1856 Baltimore. 1878 Philadelphia. 1904 Thomas B. Neely. Juno 12, 1841 Philadelphia. 1865 New Orleans. 1908 William F. Anderson.. Apr. 22, 1860 New York. 1887 Chattanooga, Ten 1908 John L. Nuelsen.. Jan. 19, 1867 West German.. 1889 Omaha, Neb. 1908|William A. Quayle..... June 25, 1860 (Kansas.

1885 Oklahoma City, *Retired.

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Entered Ministry.
Names.
Born.

Residence.

Conference. |Y'r. 08 Charles W. Smith.

Jan. 30, 1840 Pittsburg. 1859 Portland, Ore. 08 Wilson S. Lewis.

July 17, 1857 Upper Iowa. 1885 Foochow, China. 08 Edwin H. Hughes. Dec. 7, 1866 lowa....

1886 San Francisco, Cal. 08 Robert McIntyre. Nov. 20, 1851 Illinois.

1878 St. Paul, Minn. 18 Frank M. Bristol.

Jan. 4, 1851 Rock River 1877 Buenos Ayres.

Missionary Bishops. 8 *James M. Thoburn. Mar. 7, 1836 Pittsburg.

1858Meadville, Pa. 6 Joseph C. Hartzell.. June 1, 1842 Cent. Illinois.. 1868 Funchal, Madeira Isl. 10 Frank W. Warne. Dec. 31, 1854 Ontario, Can. 1874 Lucknow, India. Isaiah B. Scott..

Sept. 30, 1854 Tennessee 1880/Monrovia, Liberia. William F. Oldham. Dec. 15, 1854 Michigan. 1883 Singapore, S. S. John E. Robinson. Feb. 12, 1849 Cent. Illinois 1874 Bombay, India. 4 Merriman C. Harris.. July 9, 1846 Pittsburg.

1869 Seoul, Korea. *Retired. Agents of Book Concern.-Homer Eaton, George P. Mains, No. 150 Fifth ave, New York; H. C. Jennings, Edwin R. Graham, No. 220 West 4th, Cincinnati. Official Editors.- "Methodist Review," W. V. Kelley, editor; “The Christian vocate, " J. M. Buckley, editor; James R. Joy, assistant editor; Sunday school pubations, J. T. McFarland; "Northern Christian Advocate," Liston H. Pearce, racuse; Pittsburg Christian Advocate," J. J. Wallace, Pittsburg; "Western ristian Advocate," Levi Gilbert; "Der Christliche Apologete," A. J. Nast; "Haus i Herd,” Frederick Munz, all at Cincinnati; "Northwestern Christian Advocate," M. Stuart; “Central Christian Advocate,” Claudius B. Spencer, Kansas City, "California Christian Advocate," F. D. Bovard,

San

Francisco; "Southstern Christian Advocate," Robert E. Jones, New Orleans; "Pacific Christian vocate, D. L. Rader, Portland, Ore.; "Epworth Herald," S. J. Herben, Chifo; "World Wide Missions,” C. H. Fahs, managing editor, New York; "Chris

Republic," Ward Platt, Philadelphia; “Sandebudet, " William Henschen, Chicago. Board of Foreign Missions.- President,

; corresponding retary, A. B. Leonard; assistant corresponding secretary, Homer C. Stuntz; ording secretary, s. 0. Benton; treasurer, Homer Eaton; assistant treasurer, H. C. nings, Cincinnati, Ohio. Offices, No. 150 Fifth avenue, New York. Board of Home Missions and Church Extension.—Corresponding secretary, bert Forbes; assistant corresponding secretary, Ward Platt; treasurer, Samuel Shaw. Ices, No. 1,026 Arch street, Philadelphia. Board of Education.—Corresponding secretary, Thomas Nicholson; treasurer, E. Leaycraft. Offices, No. 150 Fifth avenue, New York. Freedman's Aid Society.-Corresponding secretaries, M. C. B. Mason, P. J. veety; treasurer, H. C. Jennings. Offices, No. 220 West 4th street, Cincinnati.

Board of Sunday Schools.-Corresponding secretary, David G. Downey; treasr, Edwin R. Graham. Offices, No. 57 Washington street, Chicago, Ill.

Board of Conference Claimants.—Corresponding secretary, Joseph B. Hingeley; asurer, Marvin Campbell. Offices, No. 57 Washington street, Chicago, Ill. Methodist Brotherhood.-General secretary, William B. Patterson. Offices, 150 Fifth avenue, New York,

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH (SOUTH).
The bishops of ths Methodist Episcopal Church (South) are the following:

Year
Name.

Address.

Elected heus W. Wilson.

Baltimore, Md.

1882 R. Hendrix.

Kansas City, Mo.

1886 s. Key..

Sherman, Tex.

1886 P. Fitzgerald.

Nashville, Tenn.

1890 A. Candler.

Atlanta, Ga..

1898 C. Morrison..

Leesburg, Fla.

1898 E. Hoss.

Monteagle, Tenn.

1902 Des Atkins...

Waynesville, N. C...

1906 Offers of General Board of Missions.-Bishop A. W. Wilson, president; Rev. P Lambuth, D.D., secretary, Nashville, Tenn.; J. D. Hamilton, treasurer, hule, Tenn. ificers of General Sunday School Board.-Rev. E. B. Chappell, D.D., secreand Editor, Nashville, Tenn.; D. M. Smith, treasurer, Nashville, Tenn. fficers of General Board of Church Extension.-T. L. Jefferson, president, ville, Ky.; Rey. W. F. McMurry, D.D., secretary, Louisville, Ky.; Thomas orton, treasurer, Louisville, Ky. fficers of General Board of Education.

Bishop James Atkins, president; Rev. J. D. Hammond, D. D., corresponding secretary, Nashville; Kirkland, recording secretary, Nashville; D. M. Smith, treasurer, Nashville. ablishing House.- Rev. Gross AlexanderS. T. D., book editor and editor arterly Review," Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. George B. Winton, D.D., editor “ChrisAdvocate,' Nashville, Tenn.; Smith & Lamar, agents, Nashville, Tenn.

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