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SOUTH AMERICAN REPUBLICS.



ARGENTINA President, Gen. Julio A. Roca;
capital, Buenos Ayres. Area, 1,778,195 square
miles. Population (1900), 4,794,149: Buenos
Ayres, 836,381. Total exports in 1901, $161,-
846,038; imports, $109,971,158. Exports to the
United States in 1902, $11,120,721; imports,
$9,801.804. Chief exports, sheep, wool, cat-
tle, hides, frozen meats and wheat ; imports,
machinery, agricultural implements, rail-
way cars, engines and supplies and manu-
factures of iron and steel. Sheep in Argen-
tina in 1897, 105,000,000; wool product, same
year, 472,000,000 pounds. Wheat yield 1899,
82,500,000 bushels. Railway mileage 1897,
9,270 miles.

BOLIVIA President, Senor Jose M. Pando;
capital. Sucre. Area, 734.390 square miles.
Population, 1,788,674: LaPaz, 57,000; Cocha-
chamtm, 21,886; Sucre, 20.900. Total exports
in 1900. $15,332,807: imports, $5,737.970. Ex-
ports to the United States in 1302. $257;
imiK>rts, $89,141. Chief exports, silver, tin,
copper, coffee, rubber; imports, provisions,
clothing, hardware, spirits, silks and wool-
ens.

BRAZIL President, Francisco de Paula
Rodriguez Alves: capital, Rio de Janeiro.
.;.209.x7x square miles. Population
il-'.m, 14.333.915: Uio de Janeiro. 780,000;
Rahla, 174.412: IVrnainbuco, 111.556: Para,
65,000. Exports (11 months, 1902), $175,583,-



709; Imports, $83,335,362. Exports to the
United States in 1902, $79,183,037; imports,
$10,391,130. Chief exports, coffee, sugar,
tobacco, cotton and rubber; imports, cotton
goods, manufactures of iron and steel, fur-
niture, mineral oils, breadstuffs and pro-
visions. Railway mileage, 8,718 miles.

CHILE President, Jerman Rlesco; capital,
Santiago* Area, 279,901 square miles. Popu-
lation, 3,049,352; Santiago, 320,638; Valpa-
raiso, 143,022; Concepcion, 55,458. Total ex-
ports in 1901, $59,920,000; imports, $46,916,422.
Exports to the United States in 1902, $7,746 -
789; imports, $3,716,708. Chief exports,
nitrate, wool, hides and leather: imports,
sugar, coal, cotton goods, cashmeres, oil,
galvanized iron. Railway mileage, 2,841
miles.

COLOMBIA President, JOSP M. Marroqnln;
capital, Bogota. Area. 513.938 square miles.
Population. 4,000,000 (1895). Total exports
(1899), $18,487,000: total imports. $10,685.000.
Exports to the United States in 1902, $3.271.-
894; Imports, $3,003,460. Chief exports, gold,
silver and other minerals, coffee, cocoa, cat-
tle, sugar, tobacco and rubber; imports,
manufactures of iron and steel, cotton foods.

ECUADOR President, Gen. Leonidas Plaza
capital. Quito. Area, 120,000 square miles.
Population, 1.272.000; Quito, 80.000: Guaya-
quil, 50,000. Total exports in 1900, $7,709,611;



172



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



imports, $6,715,589. Exports to the United
States in 1902, $1,546,564; imports, $1,461,819.
Chief exports, coffee, cocoa, rice, "sugar,
rubber, cabinet woods, chemicals and miner-
als; imports, cotton, provisions, manufac-
tures of iron and steel, clothing and mineral
oil.

PARAGUAY President, Hector Oarvallo;
capital Asuncion. Area, 157, 000 square miles.
Population (1899), 530,103 whites, 100,000 In-
dians. Asuncion (1895), 45,000. Total exports
in 1901. $2.529.306; imports, $3,003,657. Exports
to the United States in 1902, $1,959; imports,
$16,884. Chief exports, mate (or Paraguay
tea), tobacco, hides, timber, oranges; im-
ports, cotton goods, machinery and pro-
visions.

PERU President, Eduardo de Komana;
capital, Lima. Area, 463,747 square miles.
Population, 2,621,844; Lima, 100.000; Callao,
16,000. Total exports in 1901, $10,316,109; im-
ports, $6,619,737. Exports to the United
States in 1902, $3,269,411; imports, $2,558,995.

SANTO DOMINGO.

President, Horatio Vasquez (acting). The
republic has an area of 18,045 square miles
and a population of about 610,000. Santo
Domingo, the capital, has 14,150 inhabi-
tants. In 1900 the exports amounted to
$6,006,000 and the chief articles shipped
were coffee, cocoa and mahogany; imports,
$3,233,000.



Chief exports, cotton, coffee, sugar, cin-
chona, india rubber, dyes and medicinal
plants; imports, woolens, cottons, machin-
ery and manufactures of iron.

URUGUAY President, Juan L. Cuestas;
capital, Montevideo. Area, 72.210 square
miles. Population (1900), 930,680; Monte-
video, 266,000. Total exports in 1901, $28,673,-
984; imports, $24,623,000. Exports to the
United States in 1902, $2,509,112; imports,
$1,586,450. Chief exports, animal and agri-
cultural products; imports, manufactured
articles.

VENEZUELA president, Gen. C. Castro;
capital, Caracas. Area, 593,943 square miles.
Population (1894), 2,444,816; Caracas. 75,000.
Total exports in 1899, $17,962,000; imports,
$8.458,000. Exports to the United States In
1902, $6,287,121; imports, $2,793,743. Chief
exports, coffee, hides, cabinet woods, rub-
ber and chemicals; imports, machinery,
manufactures of iron and steel, provisions,
furniture and mineral wools.

HAITI.

President (temporary), Boisrond Canal.
The area of Haiti is 10,204 square miles and
the population about 1,400,000.

The imports in 1900 were valued at $5,-
750,000 and the exports at $11,200,000. Coffee,
cocoa and logwood are the leading articles
sold.



GREAT RAILWAY TUNNELS.



Arlberg, Alps Length, 6.33 miles; cost,

$7,000,000; built, 1880-1884.
Bergen Hill, New Jersey Length, 3,985

feet; built, 1881-1883.
Blackwall, London Length, 6,200 feet; cost,

$5,000,000; built, 1892-1897.
Blaisy-Bas, France Length, 2.50 miles.
Box, England Length, 1.75 miles; cost,

$1,500,000.
Busk, Colorado Length, 1.78 miles; built,

1893.
Cascade, Washington (Great Northern)

Length, 13,813 feet; cost, $2,500,000; built,

1897-1900.
Gravehals, Norway Length, about 18,000

feet; cost, $805,000; built, 1895-1902.
Hoosac Massachusetts Length. 4.75 miles;

cost, $14,000,000; built, 1855-1873.
Kilsby, England Length, 7,269 feet; cost,

$1,500,000.
Mersey, England Length, 8,160 feet; built,

1879-1886.
Mont Cenis, Alps Length, 7.25 miles* cost,

$13,000,000; built. 1857-1870.
Mullan, Northern Pacific Length, about

4,000 feet.
Nerthe, France Length, 3 miles; cost,

$2,500,000.



Raton, New Mexico Length, 2,015 feet;

built, 1878-1879.
St. Clair, Michigan-Ontario Length, 1.1

miles; cost, $2,700,000; huilt, 1888-1890.
St. Gothard, Alps Length, 9.25 miles; cost,

$11,350,000; built, 1872-1881.
Severn, England Length, 4.28 miles; cost,

$10,000,000; built, 1873-1886.
Sierra Nevada, Southern Pacific Length,

1,658 feet; built, 1867-1868.
Simplon, Alps Length, 12.25 miles; esti-
mated cost, $14,000,000; work begun, 1898.
Stralan-Treplow, Germany Length, 1,481

feet; cost. $425,000; built, 1895-1899.
Stampede, Washington (Northern Pacific)

Length, 9,850 feet; cost, $2,500,000; built,

1886-1888.

Standedge, England Length, 3 miles.
Thames, London- Length, 1,200 feet; cost,

$3.800,000; built, 1825-1843.
Vostmrg, Pennsylvania Length, 3,902 feet;

cost, $733,529; built, 1883-1886.
Woodhead, England Length, 3 miles.

Note The Pennsylvania road is to build
a tunnel through Bergen ridge. New Jersey,
nearly six miles long and tunnels under the
North and East rivers. New York. These
will be among the longest ami most expen-
sive in the world.



TRAIN ROBBERIES IN THE UNITED STATES.



From 1890 to 1900 inclusive there were
290 trains "held up" in the United States.
By years the record stands: 1830, 12; 1891,
16; 1892, 16; 1893, 33; 1894, 34; 1895, 49; 1896,
28; 1897, 30; 1898, 28; 1899, 15; 1900, 29. The
figures for 1901 are not available, but the
usual number of train robberies took place.
Among those occurring in 1902 were:
Jan. 27 Train held up by masked men

near Brancnville, S. C.
July 14 Denver & Rio Grande train stopped

and robbed at Mill Switch In Marshall

pass, Colorado.



Aug. 5 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy train
held up by six men at Marcus, 111. ; one
of the robbers killed.

Sept. 1 Louisville & Nashville train held
up at Franklin, Tenn.

Oct. 11 Burlington train held up near Lin-
coln, Neb., and robbed of $50,000.

Oct. 24 Northern Pacific passenger train
robbed near Drummond. Mont.

Nov. 18 Colorado Southern train held up
near Trinrdad, Cal.

Nov. 22 Rock Island train held up in
Davenport, Iowa.



RELIGIOUS. 173




Religious.




STATISTICS OF CnXTRCHES IN THE UNITED STATES I 1901.
[Compiled by Dr. H. K. Carroll for the Christian Advocate.]


DENOMINATION.


Ministers.


Churches.


Members.


DENOMINATION.


Ministers.


Churches.


Members.


Adventists 1. Evangelical
2. Advent Christians
8. Seventh Day
4 Church of God


34
912

386
19
60

94


30
610

' 29
28

95


1,147

20.500
54,5.39
647
3,800

2,872


4. Separatists




I
&

1


200
25
205

80


5. Altruists




6. Church Triumphant. ..
7. Christian Common-
wealth




5. Life and Advent Union
6. Churches of God in
Jesus Christ


Total Communists




31

5.680
10,689

870
80
14


4,010

634,835
1.179,541

98.000
4,000
13,000
194


Total Adventists

Baptists
1. Regular (North)*
2. Regular (South)*
3. Regular (Colored**


1,505

7,537
' .7 f.l


2,286

9,305
111,79!)
15, 195
12
110
1,522
167
423
103
204
152
3,530

51,001

78
8
25


88,505

1,005,613
1,674,108
1.590,802
828
10.104
86.535
12,000
24,775
6.479
13.209
8.254
126,000

12.851
4571.558


^ongregationalists*
Disciples of Christ


5,570
6,385

2,625
140
231


Dunkards 1. Conservative.
2. Old Order




3. Progressive
4. Seventh Day (German)


4. Six Principle


8
122
1,430
120
484
113
25
80
2,130

300
34 870


6. Freewill


Evangelical Bodies
1. Evangelical Associat'n
2. United Evangelical Ch.
Total Evangelical


948

478


1,736

985


104,087
60.993
165,080

91,545

21,992
4.468




9. Separate


11. BaptistChurch of Christ
12. Primitive


l,42t>

1,279
115

38


2.721

830
201
53


13. Old T wo - Seed -in- the -
Spirit Predestinarian. .


2. Hicksite


3. Wilburite


Brethren (River)
1. Brethren in Christ
2. Old Order, or Yorker... .
3. United Zion's Children.
Total River Brethren.. .

Brethren (Plymouth)
1. Brethren I


152

7
20
179


4.000
214
525
4,739

2,289
2,419
1,235

718


Total Friends


MI;

4

45
922

135
166


1,093

4
55
1,153

340
230


118,237

340

36.500
203,281

62,000
81,000


Friends of the Temple
German Evangelical Prot..
German Evangelical Synod

Jews 1. Orthodox


111

109

88
86
31


2. Reformed '.


2. Brethren II
3 Brethren III




Total Jews
Latter-Day Saints


301

700
2,200


570

7%
600


143,000

300,000
43,824


4. Brethren IV




Total Plymouth Breth'n


12,113
22
41

U

' t


314

12,313
24
31

21
5
b


6,661

9,158,741
25,000
40,000
5.000
8,500
425
1.500


2. Reorganized branch....
Total Mormons


2,900

1,21!

208
1.245
2.185
35t

490
25
104


1,396

1.595
384


343,824

204,098
37.318
346,563
560.375
134,311

87,514
5,230
18,556
3.000
1.987
95.801
74,072
5,375
14,200
3,692
4.089


2 Polish ...


Lutherans General bodies
1. General Synod


3. Russian Orthodox


2. United Synod (South)..
3. General Council.




1,96(1
2.735
1,168

662

<u

248
52
15
701


6. Old Catholic


4. Synodical Conference..
5. United Norwegian
Independent synods:
6. Ohio ...


. 7. Reformed Catholic
Total Catholics

Catholic Apostolic
Chinese Temples


12.204
9f


12,405

10
47


9,239.166
1,491


7. Buffalo
8. Hauge's


Christadelphians

Christians
1. Christian Connection...
2. Christians (South)
Total Christians


984
167


63

1,200
317


1,277

84,838
24.440


10. Texas
11. Iowa


11

425
311
30
48
8
22


12. Norwegian


841


13. Michigan, etc


5(1
122
32
32


14. Danish in America


1,151

55
10
940

14!


1,51-

50
13

470

580
15-

15


109,278

40,000
754
48,930

38.000

7,892

1,630
1,000
250


Christian Catholic (Dowie)
Christian Missionary Ass'n




17. Jehovah




4. r
1

68

88
85


5(1


6,118
15,614
38.074
9.281
25.000
1,696,268

31,000


19. Suomai (Finnish)
20. Norwegian Free


Church of God (Winebren-


4(1


Church of New Jerusalem..
Communistic Societies


22. Ind. congregations
Total Lutherans
Swedish Evangelical Mis
sion Covenant (Walden-
stromlans)


20U


6,990
268


11,491
281






3. Harmony





CHICAGO DAILY MOWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK h'OH l!)0.'i.



STATISTICS OF CUUUCHES.-CONTINI'KI). *



DENOMINATION 7 .


Ministers.


f.'hurches.


1


DENOMINATION.


Minister*.


niurdie*.


Members.


Mennonites 1. Mennonite.


418
9

265
75
2
43
128
18
17
41
20
TO


288
5
124
25
2
34
76
18
15

11
59


22,443
352
13.051
2,438
209
1.680
10.395
471
610
2.950
1,176
2.953
58,728

2.762,691
16.200
698,354
2.608
537,337
184.097
16,496
1.477.180
21.000
319
4.000
2 346
2041972
0.834
27.487
2.569
2.010


4. Welsh Calvinistic
.->. United


88
933
1.485
12
104
Ii5
32
1


162

905
2.1191
31
131
112
37
1
1


11.683

M6.:tt
22;. 991

1.053
11, 344

9.733
5.000

608




6. southern


4 Old Amish




8. Associate Reformed. So.
9. Reformed (Synod)
10. Reformed (Gen. Synod i
11. Reformed! Covenant 'd)
12. Reformed in U.S.A.- Can.
Total Presbyterians

Protestant Episcopal
1. Protestant .Episcopal...
2. Reformed Episcopal...
Total Prot. Episcopal. . .

Reformed
1. Reformed (Dutch)
2. Reformed (German).. .
3. Christian Reformed
Total Reformed




7. General Conference
8. Church of God in Christ
9. Old (Wisler)


10. Bundes Conference


12.049

4,927
100


15.244

6.039


1.005,015

741.697
9.282


12. Brethren in Christ
Total Mennonites

Methodists
1 . Methodist Episcopal . . .
2. Union American M. E. .


1.112

16,771
175

6,179
63
3,475
1,647
699
6.160
345
b
192
30
2.061
68
1.003
8
48


673

26,424

200
5.715
73
2.955
2.401
506
14,479
350
5
366
IB
.1,433
100
1,034
15
13


R027

694
1,101
101


6.717

630
1,6S8


750,979

108,734

24.-. '.''.".I
18,877


4. African Union M. Prot.
5. African M. E. Zion
6. Methodist Protestant..
7. Weslevan Methodist. . .
8. Matbodist Epis. (South)
9. Congregational Meth.
10. Congrega'nl Meth. (Col.)
11. New Cong. Methodist
12. Zion Union Apostolic..
IS. Col. Meth. Episcopal...


1,902
2,511
17


2,464

615
4
20
1

334
122

4,187
840


22,534
306
913
1.300
45. 030
3,000

240.007
27 000






Social Brethren








Theosophical Society






United Brethren
1. United Brethren
2. U. Bfeth. (Old Const'n)


1.906
600


]6. Independent Methodist
17. Evangelist Missionary.


Total Methodists
Moravians


38.935
117

7.239

1.5SO
450


56,101
111

7,510
2.9(8
400


5,966,500
15,225

999.815
182.449
39.000


Total United Brethren..


2,50b

544

746
54


5,027


267,007

71.000
53,873
14,126


Presbyterians
1. Northern


Universalists


772
15b


Independent congregations
Grand total in 1901


2. Cumberland
3. Cumberland (Colored)..


146401


194107


28089437



Estimated. The Congregational Year Book for 1SI02 gives the total membership in the
ites as 615,994 and the number of ministers as 5,717.

ORDER OF DENOMINATIONS.



United States



DENOMINATION.



Rankin
19(11.



Communi-
cants.



Communi-
cants.



Roman Catholic

Methodist Episcopal

Regular Baptist, South

Regular Baptist. Colored

Methodist Episcopal. South

Disciples of Christ

Regular Baptist, North

Presbyterian. Northern

Protestant Episcopal

African Methodist Episcopal

Congregational

Lutheran Synodicul Conference
African Methodist Episcopal, Zion.

Lutheran General Council

Latter-Day Saints

Reformed (Germa n )

United Brethren

Presbyterian. South

Colored Methodist Episcopal

Lutheran General Synod

German Evangelical Synod

Methodist Protestant

Cumberland Presbyterian

United Norwegian Lutheran ,

Primit ve Bfiptist

United Presbyterian

liel< irined ( Dutch 1



9,158.741

2.762.691

1.064.108

1.010.802

1.477.180

1.179.541

1.005.613

999.815

7oO.'.79

698.354

OI14.K35

566.:i75

537.337

346.063

300.UOO

248.929

240.007

227.991

204.972

204.098

202.2X1

184.097

182.449

134.311

126.000

110.3(12

108.703



6,231.417
2,240.354
1.280.0H6
1.348.989
1,209.976

-



800.450
788.224
532,054
452.725
512.771
357.153
349.788
324,846
144.352
204.018
202.474
179.721
129.383
187.432
1M.640
141.989
164,940
119.972
131,347
!t4.4tr,>
1".'.970



RELIGIOUS. 175


SUMMARY FOB 1901.


DENOMINATION.


3fi)M>

ters.


Churches


Commu-
nicants.


Minis-
ters,

git ii i.


Cirrcln-8.
yaiii.


Commu-
nicants,
gain.


Adventists (6 bodies)


1,505
34.870
179


2.286
51 .001
111
314


88,505
4,571,558
4.739
6.861








Baptists (13 bodies)


91)


570


48.306


Brethren Oliver. ;-t bodies)
Brethren (Plymouth, 4 bodies)








Catholics (7 bodies)


12.204

'..')


12,405
10
47
88


9,239.166

1,41)1


268


66


473.083




Chinese Temples .*. .








Christadelphians




1.277








Christians (2 bodies)


1,151


1,517


109.278








Christian Catholics (Dowie)


55
10

'MO

490
149


50
13
470
580
157
31


40.000
7;V4
48,980

38.000
7.892
4.010








Christian Missionary Association
Christian Scientists








186


93


13.980


Church of God (Winebrennarian)


<i


*16


213


Communistic Societies (7 bodies)




5.576
6,385
3,001
l,42(i
1,443
4
45
92*
301
2.900


5.680
10,689
1.101
2.721
1,093
4
55
1,153
570
1,896
11,491

281

673
66.101
111
15.244
6.717
2,464
615
4
20
5
334
122
5,027
UK
772
156


034.835
1,179,541
115,194

165,080
118,237
340
36.500
203.281
14:i.(MKJ


|

13

71


5-i
1(U
20
119


3.475
29.559
3.000
7,742
*U23
















German Evangelical Protestant








13


24


288






343.824
1,696,268

31.000
58,728
5,!X:6.f>00
15.225
1,606,015
750,979
376.540
22.534
306
913
1,300
45.030
8,000
2ti7.007
71,000
62,873

it, ia;










0,990

2(8
1,112
38,985
117
12,049
5.027
1,902


3


46!)
11


36,101
1.000


Swedish Evangelical Miss. Covenant




Methodists (17 bodies)


1,228


1.7.H1
*11
87
218
47
*48


50,151
408
20,615
31.341
8.019
3,044




90
U6
42
149


Protestant Episcopal (2 bodies)




2,510
3
17




tt ' 1 R A) *>T1
















Spiritualists










Theosophical Society
United Brethren (2 bodies)


2,506
544
746
54


64


75


1,072






16


2


134


Independent Congregations


Total in 1901 . .


146.401
143.832


194.107
190,424


28.0S9.437
27,360,610


2,569


3,683


730,027


Total in 1900


ROMAN CATHOLIC <

Apostolic Delegate Most Rev. Diome
conio. Washington, I). C.
Cardinal James Gibbons, Baltimore,
AHCHB1SHOPS.

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Cincinnati, O William H. Eldc
Dubuque.Iowa John J. Keane.
Milwaukee, Wis Frederick X. KJ
New Orleans, La P. L. Chapelle.
New York. N. Y J. M. Farley.
Oregon City, Ore Alex. Christe.
Philadelphia, Pa Patrick . I olin R
San Francisco, Cal Patrick W. Rim
Santa Fe, N. M P. Bourgarte.
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Diocese. Name.

Guthrie, O. T T. Meerschaert .

Harrisburg, Pa J. W. Shanahan.

Hartford, Conn M. Tierney.

Helena, Mont JohnB. Brondel.

Indianapolis, Ind Denis O'Donaghue.

F. S. Chatard.
Kansas City, Mo J. J. Glennon.

John J. Hogan.

LaCrosse, Wis J. Schwebach.

Laredo, Tex P. Verdaguer.

Lead, 8. D John M. Stariha.

Leavenworth. Kas L. M. Fink.

Lincoln, Neb Thomas Bonacum.

Little Rock, Ark E. Fitzgerald.

Los AngeJes, Cal George Montgomery.

Louisville. Ky W. G. McCJoskey.

Manchester. N. H D. M. Bradley.

Marquette, Mich Frederick Eis.

Mobile, Ala Edward P. Allen.

Nashville, Tenn T. S. Byrne.

Natchez, Miss Thomas Heslln.

Natchitoches, La Anthony Durier.

Newark, N. J John J. O'Connor.

New Orleans, La G. A. Rouxel.

New York, N. Y Vacant.

Ogdensburg, N. Y Henry Gabriels.

Omaha, Neb R. Scannell.

Peoria, 111 J. L. Spalding.

P. J. O'Reilly.



Diocese. Name.

Philadelphia, Pa R. F. Prendergast.

Pittsburg, Pa R. Phelan.

Portland, Me Thomas F. Kennedy.

Providence. R. I M. J. Harkins.

Richmond , Va A. Van de Vy ver.

Rochester, N. Y B. J. McQua'id.

Sacramento, Ca) Thos. Grace.

Salt Lake City. Utah..L. Scanlan.

San Antonio. Tex J. A. Forest.

Savannah, Ga B. J. Keiley.

Scran ton, Pa M. J. Hoban.

W. O'Hara.

Sioux City, Iowa P, J. Garrigan.

Sioux Falls, S. D Thos. O'Gorman.

Springfield, Mass T. D. Beaven.

St. Augustine, Fla William Kenney.

St. Cloud. Minn James Trobec.

St. Joseph, Mo M. F. Burke.

Syracuse, N. Y P. A. Ludden.

Trenton, N. J '. . . J. A. McFaul.

Tucson. Ariz H. Granjon.

Vancouver. Wash Edward O'Dea.

Vancouver's Isl., B.C.Bertram Orth.

Wheeling. W. Va P. J. Donahue.

Wichita. Kas John J. Henne'ssy.

Wilmington, Del John J. Monaghan.

Winona, Minn Jos. B. Cotter.



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.



AMERICAN BOARD FOREIGN MISSIONS.

President S. B. Capen.

Treasurer Frank H. Wiggin.

Secretaries Rev. Judson Smith, D. D., Rev.
Charles H. Daniels, D. D., Rev. James L.
Barton. D. D.

Editorial Secretary Rev. E. E. Strong, D. D.

District Secretaries Rev. C.C. Creegan, D. D.
4thav.and22dst..N. Y.city; Rev. A.N.Hitch-
cock. Ph. D.. 153 LaSalle street. Chicago, 111.;
Rev. Walter Frear, San Francisco. Cal.

Headquarters-rCongregational House, Boston.

AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION.

President Washington Gladden, D. D.

Treasurer H. W. Hubbard.

Secretaries Rev. A. F. Beard, D. D.; Rev. F. P.

Woodbury, D. D. ; Rev. J. C. Ryder. D. D.
Western Secretary J. E. Roy, D.D., 153 LaSalle

street, Chicago.
Headquarters 4th avenue and 22d street.

N. Y. city.

SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PUBLICATION
SOCIETY.

President Willard Scott, D. D., Worcester,

Mass.
Secretary and Treasurer George M. Boynton,

D. D.

Field Secretary W. A. Duncan. Ph. D.
District Secretary Rev. W. F. McMillen, D.D.,

room 1008 Association building, 153 LaSalle

street, Chicago.
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Headquarters Congregational House, Boston

CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY.
President Dr. Lucien C. Warner, N. Y. city.
Secretary Rev. L. H. Cobb. D. D.. N. Y. city.
Field Secretaries Rev. C. H. Taintor, 151



Washington street, Chicago; Rev. George A-
Hood, Boston; Rev. H. H. Wikoff, Berke-
ley, Cal.

Headquarters 4th avenue and 22d street,
N. Y. city.

HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
President- Newell D. Hillis. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Treasurer William B. Howland.
Secretaries Joseph B. Clark, D. D.; Washing-
ton Choate. D. D.
Headquarters 4th av. and 22d st,, N. Y. city.

ILLINOIS HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY. '

President Hon. T. C. MacMillan.
Vice-President Dr. William E. Barton.
Supt. and .Cor. Sec. James Tompkins.
Treasurer Aaron B. Mead.
Office 155 LaSalle street, Chicago.

EDUCATION SOCIETY.

President W. H. Willcox, D. D.. Maiden, Mass.

Secretary Rev. Edward S. Tead.

Treasurer S. F. Wilkins.

Headquarters Congregational House.Boston.

Chicago Office 151 Washington street. Rev.
Theodore Clifton, D. D., Western Field Sec-
retary.

MINISTERIAL RELIEF.

Chairman Rev. H. A. Stimson, D. D..N.Y. city.
Secretary Wm. A. Rice, Hartford. Conn.
Treasurer Rev. S. B. Forbes, 206 Wethersfleld

avenue. Hartford. Conn.
Headquarters 135 Wall street.Hartford.Conn.



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