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Kearney-Fullerton, 9 30; Kearney sab-sch., 78 50. Nebraska City-Fairbury, 10; Hebron, 2, sab-sch., 4; Pawnee City sabsch., 3 25; Plattsmouth, 56 40; Tecumseh, 10. NiobraraOakdale sab-sch., 1. Omaha-Bellevue sab-sch., 3; Omaha Knox, 6 30, sab-sch., 6 20; Omaha Westminster, 9 40; Wahoo, 3.

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NEW JERSEY.-Corisco-Bata, 2; Batanga, 2; Benita, 20; Corisco, 6; Evune, 2; Gaboon, 5; Ogove, 3. ElizabethBasking Ridge, 146, sab-sch., 40; Bethlehem, 17, sab-sch., 10; Clarksville, 4; Cranford sab-sch., 9 94; Elizabeth 1st sab-sch., Murray Miss. Ass'n, 236 36; Elizabeth Madison Ave., 18 59; Elizabeth Siloam sab-sch., 5; Elizabeth Westminster sabsch., 534 26, Hope Mission, 1 12; Lamington, 43; Liberty Corner, 750; Plainfield Crescent Ave., 5; Rahway 1st, 25; Springfield, 55 30; Westfield, 44 21. Jersey City-Carlstadt Ger., 5, sab-sch., 8; Hackensack, 10, sab-sch., 10; Jersey City 1st, 125; Jersey City Claremont, 5; Jersey City Scotch, 115; Newfoundland, 14; Norwood, 4, sab-sch., 6; Passaic, 21 12; Paterson 1st Ger., 5; Paterson East Side, 28; Paterson Re deemer, 100; Paterson Westminster, 5; Rutherford Park, 76 30, sab-sch., 89 33; West Hoboken, 35. Monmouth-Barnegat, 3; Beverly, 47 43; Bordentown, 8 70; Columbus, 10, sab-sch., 23; Farmingdale, 40; Forked River, 10; Jamesburg, 75; Long Branch sab-sch., for Brazil, 13; Manasquan, 450; Manchester, 8; Matawan, 98 19, sab-sch., 40; Moorestown, 7; Ocean Beach, 5, sab-sch., 1; Plattsburg, 5; Point Pleasant, 6; Red Bank, 19; Tennent, 13 56; Tuckerton, 5. Morris and Orange-Chatham, 65 75, sab-sch., 12 63; Dover, 25; East Orange 1st, 50; Fairmount, 10; German Valley, 62, sab-sch., 10, Ladies' Miss. Soc., 50; -Madison, 23 48, sab-sch., 50; Morristown 1st, for support of Rev. J. L. Potter, 1000, Children's Miss. Soc., 300; Morristown South St., 5; Mt. Olive, 13 75, sab-sch., 5 39; New Vernon, 111 04, sab-sch., 27 77; Orange 1st, Logansville sab-sch., 3; Orange 2d, 51 44; Orange Central, 800, Miss K. R. Crowell's class, 6; Pleasant Grove, 40; South Orange, 139 36; Succasunna, 28 69. NewarkMontclair, 122 37; Montclair Trinity, 94 95; Newark 2d, for Guatemala, 48 28, Jay Street Chapel, for support of Jules Arvilla, 30; Newark 2d Ger., 10; Newark 3d, 53 09; Newark 3d Ger., 10: Newark 6th, 20: Newark Bethany, 4; Newark Calvary, 38; Newark Knox, 23; Newark Plane St., 1. New Brunswick-Amwell United 1st, 25; Bound Brook sab-sch., 18 50: Dayton, 89 76; Dutch Neck, 81; Hopewell, 6 40; Kingston, 4; Kingwood, 2; New Brunswick 1st, 21 50; New Brunswick 2d, 100; Princeton 2d, 73 95; Princeton Witherspoon St., 1; Stockton, 13; Trenton 1st, 80; Trenton 2d sabsch., 15; Trenton Prospect St., 61 50, sab-sch., 30. NewtonAndover sab-sch., 2 79; Belvidere 2d, 12 71; Blairstown, 20; Danville sab-sch., 10; Deckertown, 45 54, sab-sch., 31 51; Greenwich, 35 96; Hackettstown, 227, sab-sch., 30; Knowlton, 7 31; Marksboro', 10; Musconetcong Valley, 5; New Hampton sab-sch., 5; Oxford 2d sab-sch., 44; Phillipsburg Westminster, 5, sab-sch., 5; Sparta, 5; Stillwater sab-sch., 2; Swartswood, 5; Washington, 100. West Jersey-Billingsport, 1; Bridgeton 1st, 75; Bridgeton 2d sab-sch., 24 88; Bridgeton West, 15; Camden 1st, 260; Camden 24 sab-sch., 8; Clayton, 50, sab-sch., 30, for support of Gendia in Debra Mission School; Gloucester City sab-sch., 5; Greenwich, 32 49; Janvier, 3; Merchantville sab-sch. Miss. Soc., 24 44; Millville sab-sch., 77 55; Pittsgrove, 35, sab-sch., 12; Salem, 15 70; Swedesboro', 10; Woodbury sab-sch., 33 71; Woodstown, 26, sab-sch., 26.

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NEW YORK.-Albany-Albany 4th, 820; Albany State St., 163 15; Ballston Spa sab-sch., 20; Gloversville, 200; Jermain Memorial, 500; New Scotland, 9 86; Northville, 3; Saratoga Springs 2d sab-sch., 35 78; Schenectady 1st, 167 51, sab-sch., 62; Schenectady East Ave., 10 61; West Troy, 48 10. Binghamton-Binghamton 1st, 238 72; Binghamton North, 33; Deposit, 18 64; Union, 25 50. Boston-Antrim, 13 50; Boston 1st, 103 23; East Boston, 40; Fall River, 5; Lowell, 10: Newburyport 1st, 3 32; Providence, 40, sab-sch., 7; Roxbury, 100; Taunton, 1; Woonsocket, 7. Brooklyn-Brooklyn 1st, 125; Brooklyn 5th Ger., 20; Brooklyn Bethany, 2 35; Brooklyn Franklin Ave., 15 11; Brooklyn Hopkins St. German, 20; Brooklyn Lafayette Ave., 560 22; Brooklyn Memorial, 31951; Brooklyn Siloam, 2; Brooklyn S. Third St., E. D., 44 82; Brooklyn Tabernacle, 219 59; East Williamsburg Ger, sabsch., 5; West New Brighton Calvary sab-sch., for Mexico, 50. Buffalo-Allegany and Cornplanter, 1 26; Buffalo 1st, 500; Buffalo Bethany, 124 22, sab-sch., 22 02; Buffalo Breckenridge St., 14 09; Buffalo Calvary, 162; Buffalo Central, for Sarah Warner, China, 75; Buffalo North sab-sch., 48 96; Buffalo Wells St., 12; Buffalo West Side, 20; Buffalo Westminster, 478 76, sab-sch., 25; East Aurora, 15, sab-sch., 23 71; East Hamburg, 18; Fredonia, 145; Jamestown, 125; Pomfret sab-sch., 42 10; Portville, 100; Sherman, 14 97; Tonawanda, 61 57; Westfield, 81 13. Cayuga-Genoa 1st sab-sch., 276; Weedsport, 101. Chemung-Elmira 1st, 36; Pine Grove, 2. Chili-Quillota sab-sch., 2. Columbia-Catskill, 145 87; Hudson Young Men's Soc., 1250; Jewett, 126 78. Genesee-Byron, 10; East Pembroke, 10; North Bergen, 2; Pike, 10 26; Tonawanda Valley Ladies' Soc., 15: Warsaw, 127. GenevaCanandaigua, 21 70; Geneva 1st, 51 70, sab-sch., 100, for work in Sao Paulo, 53 58; Geneva North, 800; Penn Yan, 9, sab

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sch., 64; Phelps, 40; Romulus sab-sch., 25; Seneca sab-sch., 10; Seneca Falls sab-sch., 75; Waterloo, 30. Hudson-Clarkstown Ger., 10; Cochecton, 2; Denton, 7; Liberty, 3; Middletown 1st, 85; Milford, 7; Montgomery, 89 50; Monticello, 1; Nyack, 14 85; Nyack Ger., 1; Palisades, 34 91; Scotchtown, 40; Unionville, 6; Washingtonville 1st, 25; Washingtonville 2d, 16 50. Long Island-East Hampton, 21 08; Middletown Y. P. S. C. E., 1 25; Moriches, 14 21; Setauket, 4; Shelter Island, 3; Southampton, 32 63; Yaphank, 17 66. LyonsRose, 15; Wolcott 1st, 7 22. Nassau-Astoria, 14; Islip, 14; Newtown, 12 50; Oyster Bay, 11. New York-Montreal American, 500; New York 1st sab-sch., 72 26: New York 4th West Side Chapel sab-sch., 10; New York Fourth Ave. salsch., 75; New York 7th, 14 88; New York Adams Memorial, 14; New York Allen St., 3; New York Bethany, 60; New York Brick, 100; New York Brick ch. Chapel sab-sch., 66 50: New York Calvary, 67; New York Canal St., 20; New York Central, 375; New York Faith, 19; New York French Evangelical, 20; New York Knox, 10; New York Madison Square, 360; New York Madison St. Ger., 5; New York Mt. Washington, 912 20; New York North, 308; New York Phillips, 558; New York Scotch Immanuel sab-sch., 80; New York Sea and Land, 20; New York Tremont, 20; New York Union 1st sab-sch., 12 41; New York University Place, 390; New York West, 680 46; New York Zion Ger., 20. NiagaraLockport 1st, 233 38, sab-sch. Miss. Soc., for support of Miss Murray, Japan, 100; Lyndonville sab-sch., 10 50; Tuscarora, 77 cts. North River-Bethlehem, 56; Cornwall, 11; Matteawan sab-sch., 20; Newburgh Calvary, 12 33; Rondout sabsch., 23; Westminster, 14. Otsego-Delhi 1st, 15; Hamden, 5; Milford, 10; New Berlin, 7; Richfield Springs, 3 75, Rochester-Avon, 10 23, sab-sch., 13 50; Avon Central, 10; Brockport, 107; Clarkson, 42; Dansville, 20; Fowlersville, 7; Honeoye Falls, 5 50; Ogden, 13 20; Piffard, 3; Rochester 1st, 370 89 Rochester Brick, 735 87, sab-sch., 12; Rochester 2d, 10; Rochester Central, 198 20, sab-sch., 85; Rochester Emimanuel, 7 72; Rochester Memorial, 50, sab-sch., 59. St. Lawrence-Brownville, 3; Cape Vincent, 9 50: Carthage, 13; Chaumont, 8 28, sab-sch., 4 50; Oswegatchie 2d, 12, sab-sch., 5; Ox Bow, 50; Plessis, 3; Watertown Stone St., 40. Steuben -Arkport, 2 63; Canisteo, 10, sab-sch., 10; Corning, 37 31; Hornellsville, 5; Prattsburg, 18 25; Rushford, 5. Syracuse—– Baldwinsville, 5; East Syracuse, 13; Fayetteville, 12 52; Fulton, 155, sab-sch., 100; Manlius Trinity, 4 56; Oswego Grace, 156 69, sab-sch., 34 83; Skaneateles, 19; Syracuse 1st, 303 77; Syracuse 4th, 15. Troy-Brunswick, 37 64, sab-sch., for miss, sch. at Tabriz, Persia, 25; Fort Edward, 5; Green Island, 18 50, sab-sch., 25; Hebron, 6; Malta, 5; Sandy Hill, 45; Troy Westminster, 35; Troy Woodside, 12, sab-sch., 42 98; Waterford, 140 27; Whitehall, Wood Creek District, 2. Utica-Augusta, 6; Clinton, 199; Ilion, 7 48; Kirkland, 29; Lowville, 80; New Hartford, 35; Oneida, 47 98; Rome, 42 63; Sanquoit, 16 58; Utica 1st, 275 69; Utica Memorial, 109 09; Utica Westminster, 300; Mt. Vernon sab-sch., 20 87; Vernon Centre, 25 10, Y. P. S. C. E., for North China, 2; Verona Pand of Willing Workers, 62 31, sab-sch., 30; Wolcott Memorial, 8. Westchester-Bedford, 91; Croton Falls, 5; Darien, 25; Greenburg sab-sch., 25; New Haven, 4 50; New Rochelle sab-sch. Miss. Ass'n, for work among Mohammedans, 38; Port Chester, 16 80; Southeast, 12 82; South Salem, 31; White Plains sab-sch., 25; Yonkers 1st, 30; Yonkers Westminster, 97 36, sab-sch., 50; Yorktown, 34, sab-sch., 16. 18,930 76

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NORTH DAKOTA.-Bismarck-Coal Harbor, 5; Washburn, 5. Pembina-Bathgate, 7; Grafton, 5; Hyde Park sab-sch., 42.00 OHIO.—Athens-Bashan, 1 70; Decatur, 3 25; Marietta 4th St. sab-sch., 11 30; Middleport, 6; Tupper's Plains, 1 13. Bellefontaine-Bellefontaine, 6 94, sab-sch., 31 44; Kenton, 36 95; Spring Hills, 7 23; West Liberty, 5 70. ChillicotheChillicothe 1st, 272, sab-sch., X, 26 98; Concord, 7 25; Greenfield, 145; New Petersburg, 25; Washington C. H., 50; White Oak, 5. Cincinnati-Batavia, 15, sab-sch., 5; Bethel sab-sch., 258; Bond Hill, 3; Cincinnati Central, 11 53, sab-sch., X, 30; Cincinnati Westminster, 25, for Bogota, 25; Harrison sabsch., 5; Hartwell, 8; Linwood Calvary, 15; Loveland, 33 35; Madeira, 5 25; Mason and Pisgah, 7 35; Morrow, 43 51; Reading and Lockland, 10; Somerset sab-sch., 4; Westwood, 7 10; Wyoming. sp., 100. Cleveland-Cleveland 1st, 265 49; Cleveland 2d, 800, sab-sch., for benefit of Selim, Beirut, 50; Cleveland Beckwith, 25 60; Cleveland Calvary Chapel sabsch., 60; Cleveland Case Ave., 185: Cleveland Euclid Ave., 400; Cleveland Miles Park, 61 05; Cleveland North, 25; Cleveland Woodland Ave., to apply on salary of Rev. Wm. Gardner, 250; Guilford sab-sch.. 7 55; Orwell, 10; Parma, 8; Streetsboro', 6 80. Columbus-Central College sab-sch., X, 12; Circleville, 30 71; Columbus 1st, 425, sab-sch., 50; Columbus Broad St., 16 60; Columbus Fifth Ave., 11 72; Columbus Westminster, 16, sab-sch., 1 78; Green Castle, 2; Lancaster, 15 07; Lithopolis, 3 65; Midway, 3; Westerville, 15, Dayton -Collinsville, 2; Dayton Park, 12 50; Ebenezer, 2; Gettysburg, 3 75; Jacksonburg, 2 84; Middletown, 130 02: Springfield 24, 146 65. Huron-Genoa, 2; Green Springs, 1; Huron sab-sch., 4 29; Milan, 990; Sandusky, 94 55. Lima-Celina, 2; Mt. Jefferson, 2; New Stark, 5 25; St. Mary's, 1 25; Van

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Wert sab-sch., 30. Mahoning-Alliance 1st, 3 61; Massillon 2d, 57 47; Newton, 10; Niles, 5; North Benton, 17; North Jackson, 6; Salem, 20. Marion-Delaware, 48, sab-sch., 33, Young People's Soc., 30; Marion, 40, sab-sch., 40; York, 5. Maumee Bryan, 20 19; Eagle Creek, 11: Kunkle, 3; Montpelier, 3; Mt. Salem, 5; Pemberville, 1; Toledo 1st, 50 27; Toledo 1st Ger., 3; Toledo Westminster, 45 81. PortsmouthGeorgetown, 8; Jackson, 27; Wellston, 14. St. ClairsvilleBarnesville, 20 56; Bellaire 1st sab-sch., 24; Buffalo, 38 93; Concord, 47; Farmington, Legacy of A. Major, dec'd, 1000; Mt. Pleasant, 100; Nottingham sab-sch., 898; St. Clairsville, 37, sab-sch., 33; Washington, 20: West Brooklyn, 10. Steubenville-Amsterdam, 5, sab-sch., 15; Bethel sab-sch., 11 46, X, 9 48; Bethlehem, 13; Carrollton sab-sch., 23; Cross Creek, 20 50; Dennison, 14; East Springfield, 6 25; Feed Spring, 50; Harlem, 21, sab-sch., 25; Lima, 3; Linton sab-sch., 6 80; Long's Run, 5 09, sab-sch., 8; Nebo, 2 45; Newcomerstown, 4; New Philadelphia sab-sch., 20; Pleasant Hill, 54 20; Richmond, 40 60: Ridge, 10; Salineville, 20; Steubenville 1st, 35 50, Y. P. S. C. E., 2 70, sab-sch., 7 56; Steubenville 3d, 18; Waynesburg, 6; Wellsville, 185, Boys' Christian League, for scholarship in boys' school, Wei Hien, China, 15. Wooster-Apple Creek, 14 27, sab-sch., 11 19; Ashland, 469; Bethel, 5; Hopewell sab-sch., 16; Orange, 7; Wayne, 11 44: Wooster 1st Y. P. S. C. E., 2 47; Wooster Westminster, 195 61. Zanesville-Brownsville, 20; Chandlersville, 9 30; Duncan's Falls, 1176; Frazeysburg, 2; Fredericktown, 25 41; Granville sabsch., 4 50; Jersey, 35; Newark 1st, 20; Newark 2d, 51 44; Pataskala, 10; Uniontown, 3; Unity, 4 66; Zanesville 1st, 11 72, sab-sch., 291; Zanesville 2d, 35 33. 7225 67

PACIFIC.-Benicia-Healdsburg, 5; Mendocino, 35; San Rafael, 57 60, sab-sch., 44; St. Helena, 14, sab-sch., 5; Ukiah, 13; Vallejo, 15. Los Angeles-El Cajon, 8 70; Elsinore, 8; Long Beach, 5; Los Angeles 3d sab-sch., 12 80; Monrovia, 5, sab-sch., 17; Ontario, 16 25; Pasadena Calvary, 15 25; Pomona, 13; Redlands, 3; Santa Barbara, 160, sab-sch., 25; Santa Maria, 6; Wilmington, 4. Sacramento-Anderson, 2; Chico, 10: Colusa sab-sch., 3 35; Placerville, 6 35; Redding, 5; Sacramento 14th St., 8 25, sab-sch., 2. San FranciscoAlameda, 54 59; Brooklyn, 23; San Francisco Howard, 40; San Francisco Howard St., 225; San Francisco St. John's, mon. con., 22 85; San Francisco Welsh, 15; West Oakland 2d, 18. San José-Cayucas, 29 70; San José sab-sch., 25; Watsonville, 10. Stockton-Merced, 10; Stockton 1st, 41; Visalia, 4.

1042 69 PENNSYLVANIA.-Allegheny-Allegheny 1st, 349 15; Allegheny 1st Ger. sab-sch., 16 93; Allegheny 2d, 13 50, sab-sch., 62 27; Allegheny McClure Ave., 500; Allegheny North, 500; Allegheny School St., 60: Beaver sab-sch., 108 97; Bull Creek, 12; Concord, 1; Fairmount Ladies' Soc., 2; Glasgow, 5; Leetsdale sab-sch., 48 18; Millvale, 8 19; Natrona, 16; New Salem, 16; Pine Creek 1st, 3; Pine Creek 2d, 3 58; Plains, 3; Sewickly, 20 25; Sharpsburg, 93 79; Springdale, 18. Blairsville-Armagh, 8; Beulah, 30 25; Black Lick, 3 32; Braddock sab-sch., 20 43; Congruity, 25, sab-sch., 16; Derry, 59 04; Johnstown sab-sch., 41; Laird, 10; Latrobe, 48, sab sch., 17; Livermore sab-sch., 9 50; Manor, 1; Murrysville, 53 50; Pleasant Grove, 14; Poke Run sab-sch., 11; Salem, 26 38; Union, 25 50, sab-sch., 16 84. Butler-Allegany, 12, Ladies, 7; Buffalo, 14; Butler sab-sch., 38 45, X, 16 64; Centre, 71 40; Clintonville, 7; Concord, 17 15, sab-sch., 26 15, X, 6 25; Harlansburg sab-sch., 30; Martinsburg, 5; Middlesex, 10; Mt. Nebo, 2 81; New Hope sab-sch., 10; North Butler, 7 77; North Washington sab-sch., 13 81; Summit, 6; Westminster, 450. Carlisie-Centre, 5; Chambersburg Central, 11 71, sab-sch., 22 56, chapel sab-sch., 5 49; Chambersburg Falling Spring, 50, sab-sch., 204 25; Dauphin, 16; Green Castle, 33 07; Landisburg, 7; Millerstown, 13 23, sab-sch., for Dr. Mateer's work in China, 6 10; Monaghan sab-sch., 12; Upper, 2; Upper Path Valley, 18, sab-sch., 92 32; Wells Valley, 1 65. Chester-Avondale, 4 30; Bryn Mawr, 800; Chester 3d, 109 07; Doe Run, 5; Honeybrook sab-sch., 47 83; Kennett Square, 26; New London, 40; Ridley Park sab-sch., 78 67; Wayne, 15; West Chester 1st, 37 91. Clarion-Big Run, 3; Callensburg, 22; Concord, 12; Elkton, 7 50; Greenville, 12 41; Maysville, 1; Oil City 2d, 44. Erie-Cambridge, 350; Concord, 2; Edinboro', 33; Erie Central, 25; Greenfield, 1; Mercer 1st, 77, sab-sch, 11; Pleasantville, 20 25; Tideoute sab-sch., 22 46; Titusville, 500; Union City, 14 52. Huntingdon-Alexandria, 4 25, sab-sch., 20; Bald Eagle, 10; Bedford, 15; Bellefonte, 148; Beulah, 3, sab-sch., 38; Birmingham Warrior's Mark sab-sch., 27 05; East Kishacoquillas, 62, sab-sch., 10; Fruit Hill, 13, sab-sch., 2; Houtzdale, 14 90; Kerrmoor, 4; Lewistown, 95 34; Lower Spruce Creek, 7 Lower Tuscarora, 27; Mann's Choice, 2; McVeytown, 34 11, sab-sch. Miss. Soc., 23 90; Newton Hamilton, 8; Orbisonia, 10, sab-sch., 5; Penfield sab-sch., 10; Petersburg, 8; Pine Grove sab-sch., 5 29; Port Royal, 20; Shade Gap McNeel sab-sch., 1 15; Shellsburg, 3 25; Spruce Creek, 126 63; Tyrone sab-sch., for support of Vetto, Kolhapur, 50; Waterside, 250; West Kishacoquillas Allenville sab-sch., 22 67, Belle ville sab-sch., 38 26; Winterburn, 1. Kittanning-Cherry Run, 22; Clarksburg, 44; Crooked Creek, 25; Currie's Run sab-sch., 10; Ebenezer, 30; Gilgal, 6; Harmony, 8; Jackson

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SOUTH DAKOTA.—Aberdeen-Groton, 10, Woman's Miss. Soc., 15 62. Central Dakota-Artesian, 3; Hitchcock, 4; Rapid City, 28; St. Lawrence, 3; Wessington, 3. Southern Dakota — Canton sab-sch. Easter off., 12 63; Lennox 1st Ger. sab-sch., 3; Tyndall, 3 50; White Lake, 4. 89 15

TENNESSEE.-Holston-College Hill, 1; Jonesboro', 16 94; New Salem, 4; St. Mark's, 1 25. Union-Caledonia, 12 40; Hebron, 7 25; Knoxville 2d, 60; Madisonville, 3; Mt. Tabor, 5; New Market, 8; Rockford, 2. 120 84

TEXAS.- Austin Austin 1st sab-sch., 50; Brownwood, 12 17; Galveston St. Paul Ger., 3; Lampasas, 1; New Orleans Immanuel Ger.. 1. 67 17

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WISCONSIN-Chippewa-Chippewa Falls, 8 50, Y. P. S. C. E., for N. China, 10 40. La Crosse-Hixton, 10; La Crosse 1st, 3 55. Lake Superior-Marinette Pioneer, 25; Negaunee Ladies' Miss. Soc., 9, sab-sch., 3; St. Ignace, 12, sab-sch., 4. Madison-Highland Ger., 4 87; Madison 1st, 10; Pulaski Ger., 11 74, sab-schi.,1 73. Milwaukee-Cedar Grove Woman's Miss. Soc., for support of Jagan Nath, Etawah, India, 3 88; Milwaukee Grace, 17 61: Ottawa, 1 09; Richfield, 3; Waukesha, 30 18; West Granville, 5. Winnebago-Fond du Lac 1st sab-sch., 7 87; Neenah, 100; Rural sab-sch., 5; Westfield, 4. 291 42

WOMAN'S BOARDS. New York, 17,657 71; Philadelphia, 88,289 83; Northwest, 20,255 31; 7397 07; Northern Pacific Board of Missions, Northern New York, 55 85.....

LEGACIES.

Mrs. Sarah C. Boyd, Chicago, Ill., dec'd, 100; Mrs. Mary G. Barnes, dec'd, 380; Rev. John Summers, dec'd, 95 90; Jaines Scott, dec'd, 100; Interest on Estate of Wm. White, dec'd, 224 44: Wm. Wilson, dec'd, 1900; Lucien H. Allen, dec'd, 475; Geo. Sidney Camp, dec'd, 500; Kerr Estate, per Walter Carter, Exec., 78,483 75; Lapsley Estate, 5654 76; A. F. Cressy, dec'd, 475...

MISCELLANEOUS.

Rev. F. A. Wilber, Central College, O., 10; J. W. Sheehan, Homeworth, O., 2; Lewis McKenzie, Alexandria, Va., 10; John Taylor Johnston, New York, 500; C. Arbuthnot, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1000; A friend to the cause, 1; J. H. Conant, Chester, Ill., 10; Rev. J. K. McKallip, Beaver, Pa., 8 03; Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Wilson, Milan, O., 5; Mrs. Headly, Newark, N. J., for church at Osaka, 50; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Behotegey, Emporia, Kan., 5; Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Post, St. Andrews, Fla., 5; C. F. Davis, Valatie, N. Y., 50; Students in McCormick Theo. Sem'y, Chicago, for support of Rev. B. B. Brier, Gaboon, 265; Rev. W. B. Chamberlin, Coffeyville, Kan., 1; Grace Ewells, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 50: A friend, Pa., 2000; John L. Biggerstaff, Edina, Mo., 1; Jas. Harris, Bellefonte, Pa., for Ningpo boys' school, 25; R. Andrews, Petaluma, Cal., 2; H. R., Circleville, O., 50; Jas. R. Boyd, Geneva, N. Y., 100; Sale of trinkets for sab-sch. fund, 4; Rev. J. H. Dulles, Princeton, N. J., 15; J. C. Wick, Youngstown, O., 500; M. J., 3 65; S. C. H., 10; Dr. W. W. Atterbury, New York, 50; Rev. Samuel Dodd, Garfield, N. Y., 5; P. M. Bartlett, Maryville, Tenn., 5; Rev. Jeremiah Moore, Tusculum, Tenn., 1; S. P. G. and wife, 8; G. W. S., 5; Pastor, Islip, N. Y., 8; H. L. J., Erie, Pa., 5; R. G. Muse, Parsons, Kan., 10; Rev. H. T. Scholl, East Springfield, N. Y., 14 50; A member of West Alexander ch., 15; John P. Jones, Terra Alta, W. Va., 30; Rev. R. Arthur, White City, Kan., 5; J. B. Higley, Sterling, Kan., 5; Rev. Chalmers Martin, Moorestown, N. J., for chapel at Chieng Mai, 15; Julia McNair Wright, Fulton, Mo., 15; From a returned missionary, a septuagenarian, 10; Rev. W. J. Wright, LL.D., Fulton, Mo., 15; Lane Soc. of Miss'y Inquiry, Cincinnati, O., 14 31; Rev. S. W. Pomeroy, Millhall, Pa., 25; Family in Pa., 100: H. J. F., Wilkesbarre, Pa., 10; Rev. L. D. Potter, Glendale, O., 5; Freedmen's school, Wheelock, Ind. Ter., 8; Thank-offering from Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Heron, 10; J. E. N., 1; Rev. C. E. Barnes, Fremont, O., 10; Rev. E. P. Robinson, Orchard Park, N. Y., 20; Girls' Christian Circle, Hartford, Conn., for support of scholar at Normal School, Sao Paulo, 25; John Hope, West Philadelphia, Pa., 100; A friend of missions, 1; Rev. Jas. S. Dennis, D.D., 25; Special from E., 200 Girls' Miss. Band, Rapid City, Dak., 12; Children's Band, Allenwood, Pa., 2; Rev. W. W. Genmill, Allenwood, Pa., 6; Rev. J. H. Byers, Emporia, Kan., 5; George M. Finney, Duncan's Falls, O., 10 20; G. L. K., 10; John D. Fish, Hempstead, N. Y., 100; Mrs. M. F. Trippe, Salamanca, N. Y., 5; Miss Packer, Rochester, Ind., 5; C. and G. Menaul, Laguna, New Mexico, 3; Left Hand, 5; Rev. M. C. Williams, D.D., Princeton, HI., 50; A. A. McLaughlin, Hoopestown, Pa., 10; The Trustees of the General Assembly of the Pres. Church in the U. S. A., Interest on funds held for the Board, 660 21; Brown, Coffeyville, Kan., 157; Rev. V. D. Reed, D.D., Frazer, Pa., 6; J. E. Bryant, St. Paul, Minn., for support of missionary in Japan, 562 50; J. A. and M., 10; Mil

133,655 77

88,388 85

[August,

lenarian, Columbus, O., 100; A friend, Sewickly, Pa., 50; Rev. C. Burgess, Silver Creek, N. Y., 5; D. C. Blanchard, Brownington, Mo., 2 50; Rev. H. N. Bissell, Armada, Mich., 10; Alex. Folsom, Bay City, Mich., 4000; Miss I. N. Nassau, Talaguga, W. Africa, 50; A friend, Philadelphia, 1000; Independence ch., Independence, Mo., 50; Mrs. Carrie Hartman, Monticello, Ind., 5; David O. Irving, Orange, N. J., 5; Mr. and Mrs. McC., Lackawanna Presb'y, 100; Mrs. Theo. Olden, Griffin's Mills, N. Y., 1; Rev. T. S. Wyncoop, Washington, D. C., 10; Mrs. S. R. Wyncoop, Washington, D. C., 15; Brook Sayre, Summit, N. J., 28; Mrs. A. M. H., a returned missionary, 5; Rev. E. P. Robinson, Orchard Park, N. Y., 3; Cash, 18 57; John Nichols, M.D., Columbus, O., 5; P. J. Entler, West Point, Iowa, 20; Mr. and Mrs. F. Whiting, Jeffersonville, Pa., 50; Wm. Harlan Lower, tithe money, 1; Rev. W. L. Tarbet and wife, 4 50; Rev. J. M. Sherwood, 10; Miss H. A. Dickinson, Brooklyn, 5; John Updegraff, West Fairfield, Pa., 25; Through the Presbyterian, 10; Rev. and Mrs. P. H. K. McComb, 40; "P." N. J., 10; Mr. Jas. McKnight, 5; Florence Zeigler, scholar in 1st ch., Baltimore, 2 05; D. D. Meeker, Tecumseh, Mich., 20; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kendall, Morningside, Ind., 10; Mrs. M. A. Goldsmith, Clifton Springs, N. Y., 5; D. H. Gowing, 20; A friend, Herkimer Co., N. Y., 5; Rev. W. H. Welles, Kingston, Pa., 50; C. M. Priestly, Princeton Pies. ch., Ill., 5; Mrs. Samuel K. Sneed, Kirkwood, Mo., 10; M. B., 25; A friend of missions, 100; No Name, 1; W. N. Jackson, Indianapolis, Ind., 41 67; A lone fivedollar bill, 5; Rev. E. P. Dunlap, New Wilmington, Pa., 10; Bandegan-i-Maseeh, 25; A. A. Luedeken's miss'y box, 4; Rev. D. L. Dickey, Glenfield, Pa., 10; Mrs. Rev. Levi Risher, Dravosburg, Pa., for training-school under direction of Rev. H. Corbett, 50; Mrs. Jennie Cooper, New Sheffield, Pa., 10; S. S. Spicer, Blairstown, Iowa, 13 90; Mrs. E. M. Eanies and Miss E. Maria Eames, 20; F. M.," Ohio, 10; W. T. Rhea, Philadelphia, 35; Mrs. J. H. Symmes, 1; Margaret McAdam, 1; H. A. Smith, Columbiana, Ala., 20; Casper Lott, Holt, Mich., 5; Rev. N. G. Parke, Pittston, Pa., 75; W. F. Buel, Brooklyn, 5; A friend, Montclair, N. J., 50; J. M. G., 50; F. J. S., for support of Rev. D. Rodriguez, 125; Rev. Wm. Irvin, D.D., 50; L. B. Rogers, Albion, N. Y., 5; E. P. G., 50; Cash, Woodbine, Iowa, 4 40; Presbytery of Philadelphia North, 15; Rev. J. C. Shepard and family, Springfield, Mo., 4; Rev. S. T. Wilson and wife, Maryville, Tenn., 10: J. J. R., 10; Mary E. McCoy, Claysville, Pa., 50; A pastor, Presbytery of Nassau, 5; C. T. De Forest, Lakewood, N. J., 2; E. G. F., 5; James Oliver, Graysville, Pa., 40; Mrs. George Scott, Chicago, 24 48; Robert Houston, Olivesburg, O., 550; J. D. Lynde, Haddonfield, N. J., 150; Jackson Greene, Sumption's Prairie, 25; Rev. R. W. Edwards, West Liberty, O., 5; "C., Pa.," 22; "C. G.," 7 50; Religious Contrib. Soc. of Princeton Sem'y, 24 86; Mrs. M. E. Thomas. Topeka, Kan., 10; Rev. and Mrs. V. M. King, Morantown, Kan., 2; No Signature, Coffeyville, Kan., 1; W. H. Logan, Dover, Del., 5; From a friend, to constitute S. Lawrence Harding and S. Herbert Allen life members, 60; M. H. B., 1; Abu Edwin, 20; Cash, 30; Miss'y Com. of Princeton Sem'y, for support of Rev. Hugh Taylor, 962 60; Miss'y Soc. of Western Theo. Sem'y, 198: A part of the tithes, a friend, Auburn, N. Y., 33 34; Samuel W. Brown, Manayunk, 500; Rev. W. L. Tarbet and wife, 4 36; Mrs. C. L. Wilson, 50; "A part of the tenth," Canonsburg, Pa., 3; Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Gault, Gaboon, Africa, 50; A. E. W. Robertson, 25; Mrs. T. Spencer Ogden, Mrs. Gaboon, Africa, 50; Amount received from real estate account, 7634 21; From sale of maps and books, 231; From sale of Bellevue lands, 653 89; From interest account, 5081 31; From U. S. Gov., on account Omaha miss. sch., 3922 87; Sale of Chippewa lands, 400; Theo. Strong, 1000; H. D. Griswold, 18...

Total amount received in April, 1889.
Previously acknowledged........

35,390 98

..$234,600 54 518,215 31

Total amount received for 1888 and 1889........$852,815 85

X, for Christmas offering; B. B., for birthday boxes.

WILLIAM DULLES, JR., Treasurer,

53 Fifth Ave., cor. Twelfth St., New York, N. Y.

1889.]

Freedmen-Home Missions.

RECEIPTS FOR FREEDMEN, MAY, 1889.

ATLANTIC.-Atlantic-Berean, 1 25. Knox-Ebenezer, 5. 625 BALTIMORE.-New Castle-Green Hill, 5; Wicomico, 8 50; 23 20 Zion, 5. Washington City-Lewinsville, 2 45; Vienna, 2 25. Pueblo Pueblo COLORADO.-Boulder-Valmont, 25 cts. 6 15 1st, 3 90. Santa Fé-Phoenix, 2. COLUMBIA.-East Oregon-Grass Valley, 2. Puget Sound4.00 Vashon, 2.

401 79

ILLINOIS.-Cairo-Harrisburg, 2 60. Chicago-Chicago 2d, 300; Chicago 8th, 62 43; Pullman 1st sab-sch., 7. FreeportPeoria Peoria Zion, 5. Mattoon-Neoga, 7; Paris 1st, 5. 1st, 9 50. Springfield-Pisgah, 2 52; Unity, 74 cts, INDIANA-Crawfordsville-Attica Ladies' Soc., 6 75. Fort Wayne-Goshen 1st sab-sch., 25. Logansport-Meadow Lake H. M. Soc., 2; West Union H. M. Soc., 1. Muncie-NoblesNew Albany-New Albany 2d, 7. 52 20 ville, 2; Wabash, 2 50. Vincennes-Poland, 1; Upper Indiana, 4 95. INDIAN TERRITORY.-Choctaw-Atoka colored sab-sch., 8; 16 92 Wheelock sab-sch., 8 92.

Furt

Iowa.-Cedar Rapids-Wyoming, 3. Des Moines-English 1st, 2 12. Dubuque-Dyersville Ger., 1; Jesup, 4. Dodge-O'Brien Co. Scotch, 3; Sioux City 2d, 2 70. IowaMiddletown, 50 cts. Iowa City-Davenport 1st, 22 64; Keota, 2 17. Waterloo-Marshalltown, 9 50, sab-sch., 2 50; West 56 13 Friesland, 3.

4.

KANSAS.-Emporia-Emporia 1st, 6 90. Neosho-Garnett,

10 90

MICHIGAN.-Detroit-Detroit Central Ave., 9 05; Erin, 4; Pontiac Women's Miss. Soc., 35; Ypsilanti sab-sch., 1 60. Kalamazoo Edwardsburg, 2; Richland, 19 50. LansingEckford, 8 60.

79 75 Red River

MINNESOTA.-Mankato-St. Peter's Union, 9 70. -Fergus Falls 1st, 3 12. St. Paul-Duluth 1st, 14 38; Min37 87 neapolis Bethlehem, 42 cts.; Stillwater, 10 25. MISSOURI.-Ozark-Eureka Springs, 5; Joplin 1st, 5. S. Louis-St. Louis McCausland Ave., 5. NEBRASKA-Hastings-Niles, 65 cts. burn 1st, 3 35.

15.00 Nebraska City-Au

4.00

NEW JERSEY.-Corisco-Bata, 1; Batanga, 1; Benita, 6; Corisco, 2; Evune, 1; Gaboon, 2; Ogove, 2. Elizabeth-Clarks Monmouth-Farmingville, 1; Cranford 1st sab-sch., 7 64.

dale, 20. Newark-Newark Calvary, 4 25; Newark Plane St., 1. New Brunswick-Princeton Witherspoon St., 1; Tren66 89 ton Bethany, 5. Newton-Marksboro', 7; Phillipsburg 1st,

5.

NEW YORK.-Albany-Carlisle, 2; Mayfield Central, 3 49;
Saratoga Springs 2d sab-sch., 4 70. Boston-Bedford, 2 40;
Brooklyn-Brooklyn
Roxbury, by Jas. M. Smith, 100.

Franklin Ave., 13 06; Brooklyn Siloam, 6. Chemung-El-
mira Lake St., 5. Columbia-Hunter sab-sch., 22 50. Geneva
-Canandaigua 1st, 16; Seneca, 27 50. Hudson-Good Will,
135; Greenbush, 7. Long Island-Cutchogue, 7 50; Shelter
Island, 5; Southampton, 32 60. Lyons-Palmyra, 21 17. Nas-
sau-Roslyn, 4 04. New York-New York 5th Ave., 1000;
New York Brick, 189 74; New York Madison Sq., 399; New
York Mt. Washington, 5; New York Spring St., 5. Niagara
-Medina, 9. North River-Poughkeepsie, 7 50. Otsego-
Hamden, 2; Milford 1st, 4; Unadilla, 10. Rochester-Roches-
St. Lawrence-Theresa, 10 21. Syrı-
ter Emmanuel, 68 cts.
cuse Syracuse Memorial, 13 54. Troy-Hebron, 1 25. Utica
2005 43
-Utica 1st, 66. Westchester-Port Chester, 1 20.
5 00
NORTH DAKOTA.-Fargo-Hillsboro' sab-sch.,

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ILLINOIS.-Bloomington-Mahomet, 2. Cairo-Friendsville, 1; Mt. Carmel, 10; Sharon, 1. Chicago-Chicago 1st Ger., 25; Covenant sab-sch., 22; Grace, 2 70; Kankakee 1st, 76 25. Freeport-Freeport 2d (sab-sch., 2 80), 22 71; Galena South sab-sch., 13 95; Ridott Ger., 4 35. Mattoon-Casey, 2; GrandOttawa-Morris sab-sch., 3 45. view, 5 30; New Hope, 2. Springfield-Pisgah, 5 04; Rock River-Peniel sab-sch., 5. 208 98 Unity, 1 48; Rev. W. L. Tarbet and wife, 3 75. INDIANA. Muncie-Wabash, 7 50. New Albany-New AlVincennes Olive Hill, 1 82; hany 2d, 19: Walnut Ridge, 8. Poland, 10 04; Upper Indiana, 8.

54 36 INDIAN TERRITORY.-Cherokee Nation-Dwight, 25. Mus cogee-Red Fork, 2 22.

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OHIO.-Athens-Amesville, 5; Athens 1st, 6; New England, 2 50. Bellefontaine-Bellefontaine 1st, 2 23; Bucyrus, 1 22; Forest, 5. Cincinnati-Bond Hill, 1; Cincinnati Westminster, 50; Hartwell, 2; Sharonville, 3 32. Cleveland-Cleveland 1st, 25 25; Cleveland 2d, per Mrs. E. Y. Benedict, 50; Huron-Green Dayton Parma 1st, 2. Collinsville, 2. Mahoning-Poland sab-sch., Springs, 1; Melmore, 4 34. 20 25. Portsmouth-Jackson 1st, 7; Sardinia, 6. St. Clairsville -Concord, 3; Lore City, 2; Washington, 4; West Brooklyn, Wooster-Lexington, 7. 2. Steubenville-Two Ridges, 7. Zanesville-Madison, 17 52; New Concord, 5; Norwich, 3.

246 63 30.00 PACIFIC.-Benicia-Vallejo, 5. Los Angeles-San Bernardino 1st, 24. Stockton-Fowler, 1. PENNSYLVANIA.-Allegheny-New Salem, 3. BlairsvilleDerry, 7 18. Carlisle-Big Spring, 15 81; Carlisle 2d, 63 46; Wells Valley, 25 cts. Chester-Chester 1st, 10; Fairview, 9 50. Clarion-Licking, 2. Erie-Edinboro', 11. Huntingdon-Beulah, 3; Lewistown, 9 60. Lackawanna-Archbald, 4; Scott, 4; Wilkesbarre Memorial, 40 04; Wyoming, 1 30. Lehigh-Easton 1st Ladies' Miss. Circle, 50. Northumberland -Montgomery, 2; Montoursville, 2; Williamsport 3d, 1. Philadelphia-Philadelphia 3d sab-sch., 40; Philadelphia 9th, 44 67; Philadelphia Calvary, add'1, 20; Philadelphia Walnut St., by M. A. O. Granger, 75; Philadelphia West Spruce St., 264 30. Philadelphia Central-Philadelphia Cohocksink sabsch., 11 35. Pittsburgh-Amity, 3; Pittsburgh 8th, 5; Pittsburgh East Liberty, 148; Pittsburgh Shady Side, 22 50: Wilkinsburg, 220 20. Shenango Westfield sab-sch., 16. Washington-West Liberty, 3 15. Westminster-Marietta, 14. 1126 31 4 35 SOUTH DAKOTA.-Southern Dakota-Scotland, TENNESSEE.-Kingston-Bethel, 2; Wartburg, 40 cents. Union-Rockford, 2.

WISCONSIN.-Lake Superior-Bessemer,

Total

MISCELLANEOUS.

W. C. G., 5; Robert Houston, Olivesburg, O., 200;
Mrs. A. McC., 2 50; Rev. S. J. M. Eaton, Frank-
lin, Pa., 4: Rev. R. W. Edwards, West Liberty,
O., 2 50; Cent., Penna., 8; Mrs. Cyrus Dickson,
Philadelphia, Pa., 50; Women's Executive Com-
mittee, 744 58; Lookout Club, per H. C. Watson,
Englewood, N. J., 10; A friend in Presbytery of
New Brunswick, 50; Cash, 5); Miss Mary
Vance, Washington Presbytery, 5; Tithe money
from a friend, Auburn, N. Y., 50; Mrs. Winthrop,
New York city, 1000; L. G., 5; Rev. William H.
Edwards, Lewinsville, Va., 3; Cash, 15; John C.
Whiteford, Hyde Park, Ill., 50; Rev. W. L. Tar-
bet and wife, Springfield, Ill., 1 87; Religious
Contribution Society, Princeton Theological
Seminary, 13 27; C., Penna., 8; Francis E. Ďun-
can, Union Falls, N. Y., 1....

Total receipts for May, 1889...
Previously reported....

Total receipts to date.......
Box 1024.

440

3 62

$4206 79

2728 72

$6935 51 2233 82

$9169 33 JAMES ALLISON, Treasurer, Pittsburgh, Pa.

MISSIONS, MAY, 1889.

West Bend, 2 94. Iowa-Kirkville, 14 49; Middletown, 3; Montrose, 5 25; Mt. Zion, 3 84. Iowa City-Eldridge, 3 83; Keota, 13; Marengo, 3 44. Waterloo-Cedar Valley, 5; Dy113 55 sart sab-sch., 3 50; West Friesland Ger., 7.

KANSAS.-Emporia-Mt. Vernon, 4 40; Rev. Samuel Ward, 2. Larned-Harper, 12; Liberal, 27 33; Meade Centre, 10; Syracuse, 4; West Plains, 12. Neosho-Altamont, 2; McCune, 6 50. Osborne-Covert, 2 50; Kill Creek, 2 50; Wakeeny, 5. Topeka-Clinton, Solomon-Glasco, 6; Plum Creek, 4 80.

4 52.

105 55 3.00

KENTUCKY-Ebenezer-Williamstown,
MICHIGAN-Detroit-Detroit Calvary, 15; Central, 56 11;
Marine City, 15; Plymouth 2d, 6 34; Ypsilanti sab-sch., 9 52.
Kalamazoo Burr Oak, 2 29; Martin, 460. Lansing-Delhi,
Monroe-Raisin, 3 17. Petoskey-Fife
4 70; Parma, 7 80.
Lake, 5. Saginaw-Alcona, 4; Argentine, 5; Bethel, 1 66;
Flint, 104 05; Frazer, 4 30; Harrisville, 12; Linden, 3; North
Burns, 8 08: Omer, 5; Sterling, 5.

281 62

MINNESOTA.-Mankato-Amboy W. M. S., 7. Red RiverFergus Falls 1st, 18 72; Red Lake Falls, 4. St. Paul-Empire, 2; Farmington, 5; Two Harbors, 8 50; Vermilion, 3.

48 22 MISSOURI-Kansas City-Montrose, 3 06. Ozark-Joplin, 55 41 25; Webb City, 10 35. Platte-Albany, 4 50; Grant City, 8; Knox, 2; Stanberry, 2 50. NEBRASKA. Hastings-Niles, 3 90; Wilsonville, 1 15. Kearney-North Loup, 4 77; Wilson Memorial, 6 57. Omala

190

Home Missions-Sustentation.

-Omaha Castellar St., 8 85; Schuyler, 6 85; South Omaha, 5.
37 09
NEW JERSEY.-Corisco-Bata, 1; Batanga, 2; Benita, 6;
Corisco, 2; Gaboon, 5; Evune, 1; Ogove, 3. Monmouth
Farmingdale, 45; Keyport, 3; Perrineville, 2; Riverton
Calvary, 3. Morris and Orange-East Orange 1st, M. C., 1271;
Mendham 2d sab-sch., 6; Pleasant Valley, 3 75; Summit
Central, 331 83. Newark-Montclair Y. W. M. S., 50. New
Brunswick-Amwell 1st, 15; Bound Brook, 12 44; Trenton
Bethany, 10; Prospect St., 46 99. Newton-Marksboro', 7;
North Hardiston, 2; Yellow Frame, 20 31.
591 03

NEW YORK.-Albany-Mariaville, 2 50. Boston-Holyoke, 12 52. Brooklyn-Brooklyn 1st, 45; Ainslie St., 12 42; Greene Ave., sab-sch., 27 71; Lafayette Ave., M. C., 36 83. BuffaloBuffalo Breckenridge St., 8 50; Dunkirk 1st, 270. CayugaOwasco, 9. Champlain-Beekmantown, 6. Chemung-H. D. Treadwell, 5. Columbia-Hudson Y. M. S., 12 50. Geneva -Gorham 1st, 7 18. Hudson-Goodwill, 8 10. Lyons-Wolcott 1st, 5 37. Nassau-Whitestone, 5 67. New York-New York 1st, add'l, 1000; North, Mrs. Mary Jones, 100; University Place, 60; West End, 41. North River-Highland sabsch., 15 50; Millerton, 20; Poughkeepsie, 44 97. OtsegoUnadilla, 11. Rochester-Livonia, 11 25; Rochester Memorial, 20. Steuben-Addison, 36 09; Andover, 5. Syracuse— Onondaga Valley, 7; Skaneateles, 18 50. Troy-Caldwell, 5; Cohoes Y. P. S. C. E., 2; Hebron, 8. Utica-Hamilton College, 14 35; Oriskany, 6 82; Redfield, 3; Utica 1st, 154 50. Westchester-Poundridge, 21 50.

1812 48

NORTH DAKOTA.-Fargo-Colgate, 7; Pickert, 12. 19.00 OHIO.-Athens - Athens, 6 78. Bellefontaine-Bellefontaine 1st, 13 37; Bucyrus, 7 30; West Liberty sab-sch., 7 50. Cincinnati-Bond Hill, 3; Cincinnati Westminster, 25; Harrison sab-sch., 5; Montgomery, 12. Cleveland-Cleveland 1st, 151 52 Columbus-Lithopolis, 3. Dayton-Collinsville, 2; Franklin, 16. Huron-Green Springs, 1. MahoningWarren, 11. Maumee-Mt. Salem, 3; Toledo Westminster, 98 76. Portsmouth Georgetown, 8; Higginsport, 2. St. Clairsville-Barnesville sab-sch., 7 67; Concord, 11; Lore City, 5; Washington, 11; West Brooklyn, 1 SteubenvilleEast Liverpool 1st, 91 02; Urichsville, 10. Wooster-Olivesburg, Robert Houston, 200. Zanesville-Putnam sab-sch.,

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PACIFIC.-Benicia-Blocksburg, 6; San Rafael, 10; Santa Rosa, 46; Tomales, 5; Vallejo, 20. Los Angeles-Burbank, 2 50; Los Angeles Welch, 3; National City, 10; San Luis Obispo, 11 35; San Pedro 1st, 6. Sacramento-Carlin, 7 20; Dunsmuir Station, 4 50; Eureka, 20; Palisade, 3 70; Roseville, 4 50; Tehama, 12 05. San Francisco-Oakland 1st sab-sch., 6 50; San Francisco Howard Y. P. S. C. E., 8; Woodbridge sab-sch., 365: San Pablo, 8 25. San José-Salinas, 20; San José 1st (sab-sch., 25), 294.

512 20 PENNSYLVANIA.—Blairsville-Plum Creek, 15; Salem, 5. Butler-Concord, 18 60; North Butler, 7 77. Carlisle-Burnt ChesterCabins, 3; Lower Path Valley, 17; Millerstown, 5. Chester 1st, 19 46; New London, 20. Clarion-Cool Spring, 434. Erie-Edinboro', 32. Huntingdon-Lewistown, 57 58. Lackawanna-Ashley, 5; Bennet, 10; Harmony, 54; Little Meadows, 13; Plains, 8; Plymouth, 10; Rome, 2: Scott, 22; South Wilkesbarre Westminster sab-sch., 25; Wilkesbarre 1st Y. W. Mission Band, 75; Memorial sab-sch., 74 36. Lehigh-Allentown, 31 75. Northumberland-Lycoming Centre, 9, Montoursville, 3; Raven Creek, 8. Philadelphia-Philadelphia 3d sab-sch., 3157. Philadelphia Central-Philadelphia Penn Chapel, 5. Philadelphia North-Bridgeport, 6. Pittsburgh-Amity, 5; Hazlewood, 113 59; Pittsburgh 2d, 61 59; 8th, 10; East Liberty, 197; Park Ave., 119 96; Shady Side, 36. Redstone-McKeesport 1st sab-sch., 16. Washington

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Forks of Wheeling sab-sch., 50; Wellsburg, 10 37; West Union, 6 60. Westminster-Christiana, 7 73; Marietta, 58. West Virginia-Clarksburg, 9. 1298 27

SOUTH DAKOTA.-Aberdeen-La Grace, 2 50; Mound City, 250. Black Hills-Sturgis, 5; Terraville, 4 75; Rev. W. S. Peterson and wife, 10. Central Dakota-Artesian L. M. S., 6 25; Okobojo, 3. Southern Dakota-Parker, 4 25. 38 25 TENNESSEE.-Birmingham-Sheffield, 25. Holston-Davidson's River, 2; Pleasant Grove, 2. Kingston-Huntsville, 7; Jamestown, 1; New River, 2; Wartburg, 2 40. UnionRockford, 2. TEXAS.--Austin-Austin 1st, 55. North Texas-Wichita Falls, 3. Trinity-Dallas Ger., 3.

43.40

61.00

UTAH.-Montana--Corvallis, 8; Grantsdale, 3. CiakEphraim, 10; Manti 1st, 15.

36.00

WISCONSIN.-Chippewa-Hurley, 15 51. Madison-Prairie du Sac, 61. Milwaukee-Beaver Dam 1st, 14; Richfield, 2; Stone Bank, 4; West Granville, 2. Winnebago-Fort Howard, 9 21; Omro, 5.

Woman's Executive Committee of Home Missions.....

Total received from churches, May, 1889.........

LEGACIES.

Legacy of Wm. Wilson, dec'd, late of Philadelphia, Pa., 1900; Martha C. Hubbard, dec'd, late of Bennington, Vt., 5000; Joseph H. Allen, dec'd, 500; Lucius H. Allen, dec'd, late of N. Y., 475; Eleazar T. Slater, dec'd, late of Ridge way, N. Y., add'l, 5000; Sarah Newman, dec'd, late of Salisbury Mills, N. Y., 150; Mrs. Chloe Wilcox, bal., Rochester, N. Y., 50; Sally Keeler, dec'd, late of South Salem, N. Y., 100; David Wilson, dec'd, late of Northumberland Co., Pa., 950; Mary Eckert, dec'd, in part, 35...

MISCELLANEOUS.

Society of Missionary Inquiry of Western Theo. Sem., Allegheny, Pa., 148; "L. G.," 5; Mrs. Jas. Lenox Banks, N. Y., 100; O. F. Harper, Sidney, 5; Rev. H. Kendall, D.D., N. Y., 100; Society of Inquiry of Auburn Theo. Sem., 30 53; Through the Presbyterian, Philadelphia, Pa., 3; "F. M.," Ohio, 5; Wm. Schramm, Kearney, Neb., 5; Society of Miss'y Inquiry of Union Theo. Sem., 342 19; W. J. Owens, Trenton, N. J., 10; Mrs. L. B. Whitaker, Emirenne, Ind., 1 25; "A King's Daughter," 1; C. W. Douglass, Topeka, Kan., 350; "Tithe money from a friend," 48; Religious Contribution Soc., Princeton Theo. Sem., 79 60; C., Pa.," 14; "M. C. M.," 100; Miss Mabel Slade, East Orange, N. J., 300; "A Sabbathschool," 13; J. Walter Scott, Clearfield, Pa., 2 50; Rev. L. B. Crittenden, Belgrade, Montana, 2; Through Rev. W. S. Shiels, 21; Mrs. Metta Pratt Johnson, 5; Through Rev. H. P. Carson, 15 42; "L. G.," 10; Francis E. Duncan, Union Falls, N. Y., 6; Interest on John C. Green Fund, 250; Interest on Platte trust, 25; Interest on Bowes legacy, 50; Interest Permanent Fund, 1246 40......

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O. D. EATON, Treasurer, 53 Fifth Ave., New York.

RECEIPTS FOR SUSTENTATION, MAY, 1889.
Corisco, 2; Benita, 2; Bata, 1; Evune, 1.
Spring, 4.

BALTIMORE.-New Castle-Zion,

8 00 COLORADO.-Arizona-Phoenix, 2. Boulder-Valmont, 2 cts. Pueblo Pueblo 1st, 78 cts. Santa Fe-Aztec, 1; Farmington, 1. 4.80

ILLINOIS.-Cairo-Fairfield, 6. Chicago-Chicago 1st Ger., 2. Freeport-Woodstock, 15. Springfield-Unity, 25 cts.; Pisgah, 84 cts.; Rev. W. L. Tarbet and wife, 63 cts. 24 72 INDIANA-Fort Wayne-Fort Wayne 1st, 63 14. Vincennes -Poland, 1.

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OHIO.--Bellefontaine Bucyrus, 24 cts. Cincinnati-Cincinnati Westminster, 25. Cleveland-North Springfield, 1 66. Columbus-Mt. Sterling, 5 75; Midway, 1 25. Dayton-New Jersey, 2 40; Collinsville, 2. Marion-Ostrander, 1. Portsmouth-Jackson 1st, 3. Zanesville-Brownsville, 5. 47.30 PACIFIC.--Benicia-Vallejo, 5. Stockton-Fowler, 1. 6.00 PENNSYLVANIA.—Northumberland-Montgomery, 3. Redstone-Uniontown, 30 75. 33275

TENNESSEE.-Holston-Mt. Bethel, 2; Timber Ridge, 1. Kingston-Bethel, 2; Wartburg, 8 cts. WISCONSIN.-Milwaukee-Stone Bank,

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