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If acknowledgment of any remittance is not found in these reports, or if they are inaccurate in any item, prompt advice should be sent to the secretary of the Board, giving the number of the receipt held, or, in the absence of a receipt, the date, amount and form of remittance.

ADAM CAMPBELL, Treasurer, 53 Fifth Avenue, New York.

RECEIPTS FOR EDUCATION, APRIL 15 TO 30, 1889.

ATLANTIC.-Knox-Medway, 2. South Florida-Lakeland, 7. 00 BALTIMORE.- Baltimore Baltimore Westminster (sabsch., 10), 20 17; Havre de Grace, 2. Washington City-Washington 1st, 50 82.

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COLORADO.-Boulder-Valmont, ILLINOIS.-Bloomington-Jersey, 4 10. Chicago Chicago 6th, 72 92; Evanston, 48 13. Freeport-Marengo, 4 68. Mattoon-Bethel, 2. Ottawa-Rochelle, 13 50. Schuyler-Walnut Grove and Shiloh, 5. Springfield-Virginia, 5.

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INDIANA.Indianapolis - Bethany, 2 25. Muncie-New Cumberland, 1; Wabash, 1 25. New Albany-New Washington, 5: Seymour, 1. White Water-Harmony, 6.

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IOWA.-Cedar Rapids--Wyoming, 3. Council Bluffs-Bedford, 5; Emerson sab-sch., 7. Iowa-Fairfield, 10 50; Sigourney, 1. 26 50

KANSAS.-Solomon-Concordia, 7 62. Topeka-Vineland,

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NEW JERSEY.-Monmouth-Farmingdale, 30. Morris and Orange-Dover, 22 02. Newark-Bloomfield 1st, 90 58; Newark Calvary, 4 75; Newark N. Plane St., 1. New Brunswick -Princeton Witherspoon St., 1.

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NEW YORK.-Bugato-Orchard Park, 5; Silver Creek, 6. Champlain Chazy, 6 15. Genesee-Byron, 5. Geneva-Canandaigua 1st, 10 30. Hudson-Greenbush, 4 50. Long Island -Setauket, 8 15; Shelter Island, 2. Nassau-Huntington 1st, 34 83; Newtown, 5 03. New York-New York Mt. Washington, 4; New York Sea and Land, 10. Otsego-Milford 1st, 4. Steuben-Prattsburg, 8. Westchester-Yonkers 1st, 111 71. 224 67

OHIO.-Athens-New Plymouth, 3. Bellefontaine-Patterson, 5. Chillicothe-North Fork, 8; Union, 4; White Oak, 3. Cincinnati-Bond Hill, 1; Hartwell, 4; Pleasant Ridge, 7 08. Cleveland-Parma, 2. Columbus-Columbus 5th Ave.,

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PACIFIC.-Benicia St. Helena, 7; Vallejo, 15. PENNSYLVANIA.- Allegheny Natrona, 2. Blairsville Derry, 19 36; Unity, 4. Butler-Centre, 9; Clintonville, 5; Petrolia, 1. Carlisle-Wells Valley, 25 cts. Chester-Ridley Park, 8 22; West Chester 1st, 27 24. Kittanning-Mahoning, 1; Mt. Pleasant, 4 50; Rockbridge, 3 50. Lackawanna Plains, 2; Plymouth, 8; Wilkesbarre Memorial, 54 20. Lehigh-Stroudsburg 1st, 5. Philadelphia North-Eddington, 10. Pittsburgh Hopewell, 6; Lebanon, 13; Miller's Run, 2; Pittsburgh 2d, 2 79; Pittsburgh 7th, 4; Pittsburgh East Liberty (sab-sch., 75 17), 105 46; Pittsburgh Point Breeze, 20. Redstone-Belle Vernon 1st, 6 18; Greensboro', 2; Somerset, 1. Shenango-Mt. Pleasant, 9. Washington-Bethel sab-sch., 1 81; Cameron, 4; West Alexander, 20. 361 51 TENNESSEE.-Union-Knoxville 2d, 20; Rockford, 2.

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RECEIPTS FOR FREEDMEN, MARCH, 1889.

ATLANTIC.-Atlantic-Mt. Pleasant, 12 50; Olivet, 11 25; Orangeburg, 1; Wallingford Academy, 109 40. Knox-Medway, 738, school tuition, 6 20. McClelland-Immanuel, 2. South Florida-Eustis, 3; Seneca, 5; Sorrento, 5; Titusville, 2. 164 73 BALTIMORE.-Baltimore-Baltimore 1st, 100, sab-sch., 5, Baltimore 2d, 42 05; Baltimore 12th, 13; Baltimore Abbott Chapel, 1; Baltimore Boundary Ave., 19 50; Baltimore Brown Memorial, 60; Baltimore Central, 10; Baltimore Fulton Ave., 2: Baltimore Madison St., 5; Bel Air, 2; Cumberland 1st, 17 50; Frederick City, 26; Govanstown, 5, sab-sch., 5; Granite, 40 cts. Hagerstown, 3 75; Lonaconing, 8; Mt. Paran, 50 cts.; New Windsor, 1; Paradise, 3; The Grove, 3 14. New Castle-Delaware City, 6; Elkton, 18 18; Pencader, 10; Snow Hill, 1; White Clay Creek, 7 40; Wilmington Central, 76, sab-sch., 21 06; Wilmington West, 20. Washington City-Boyd's, 2; Falls Church, 5; Georgetown West St., 75; Hyattsville, 4 10: Neelsville, 2; Washington 6th, 15; Washington Assembly, 13; Washington Metropolitan, 15; Washington New York Ave., 42 63; Washington North, 3.

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COLORADO.- Boulder-Boulder, 6; Timnath, 3 50; Valmont, 9 cts. Denver-Denver Central, 43 05; Denver Highland, 5; Denver 23d Ave., 25 89; Denver Westminster, 5. Pueblo-Canon City 1st, 60, sab-sch., 6; La Veta, 1; Pueblo 1st, 4 42; Trinidad 1st, 10. Santa Fe-Albuquerque 1st, 6; Florence, 1; Jemes, 1; Las Vegas 1st, 2; Pajarito, 1; Santa 183 40 COLUMBIA.-Idaho-Coeur d'Alene, 1; Rathdrum, 1. East Oregon-Bay City 1st, 1; Dalles, 1. Oregon-Ashiand, 2; Brownsville, 5; Crawfordsville, 2; Gervais, 2; Lebanon, 3;

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Myrtle Creek, 1; Phoenix, 1; Portland Calvary, 76 25; Port-
land St. John's, 2; Tualitin Plains, 2; Yaquinna Bay, 5.
Puget Sound-Ellensburg, 10; Vancouver, 1.
ILLINOIS.-Alton Alton 1st, 14, sab-sch., 2; Carlinville,
14 58; Edwardsville, 50 cts.; Lebanon, 10. Bloomington-
Bement 1st, 11 50; Bloomington 1st, 50; Heyworth, 12;
Hoopeston, 7; Mackinaw, 5 60; Mansfield, 2; Miuonk, 3 89;
Onarga, 10; Pontiac, 6; Tolono, 8 18; Urbana 1st, 5.
-Carbondale, 5; Du Quoin 1st, 4 50; McLeansi oro', 1; Me-
tropolis, 2; Mt. Carmel 1st, 3 60; Olney, 3; Salem, 4; Ta-
maroa, 4. Chicago-Chicago 1st, 184 34; Chicago 1st Ger., 2;
Chicago 2d, 46 55; Chicago 3d, 48 50; Chicago 4th, 97; Chi-
cago Holland, 2; Chicago Scotch, 3; Highland Park, 30;
Joliet Central, 119, per C. E. Hagar, 45: Lake Forest 1st
sab-sch., 25. Freeport-Galena South, 20, sab-sch., 6 51; Han-
over, 3; Rock Run, 4 Mottoon-Pana 1st, 1 25; Pleasant
Prairie, 6 50; Shelbyville 1st, 15; Tuscola, 5. Oltaica-Au-
rora, 9 80; Morris, 9; Sandwich, 8 02. Peoria-Galesburg
Mission Band, 20; John Knox, 3 50; Princeville, 27 31;
Salem, 5. Rock River-Aledo, 2 50, sab-sch., 1 25; Ashton, 2;
Dixon, 23; Franklin Grove, 2; Fulton, 5; Rock Island
Broadway, add'l, 3 85; Sterling, 25. Schuyler-Bushnell. 4;
Clayton 1st, 5; Fairmount, 1; Kirkwood, 5; Liberty, 2; Mt.
Sterling, 26; Perry, 2; Prairie City, 6. Springfield-Farm-
ington, 5; Greenview 1st, 6; Lincoln 1st, 3; Macon, 1; Pe-
tersburg, 13 15; Pisgah, 2 22; Springfield 2d, 30 87; Unity,
74 cts.; Virginia, 10.

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INDIANA. Crawfordsville-Benton, 1; Bethlehem, 1; Elizaville, 2; Fowler, 2: Frankfort, 15; Hopewell, 3; Ladoga, 4; Lafayette 1st, 4; Lafayette 2d, 65 85; Lebanon, 1; Newton, 5; Oxford, 2; Thorntown, 4; Waveland, 8 50. Fort Wayne-Elhanan, 2; Goshen, 2. Indianapolis-Greencastle,

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3; Indianapolis 1st, 51 12, sab-sch., 21 91; Indianapolis 2d, 3; Indianapolis 6th, 1; Indianapolis Tabernacle, 18 71. Logansport-Bethel, 3; La Porte, 45; Logansport 1st, 6; Mishawaka, 4; Monticello sab-sch., 15: Plymouth, 17; Rensselaer, 2 96; Valparaiso, 9 70. Muncie-Elwood, 2; La Gro, 2; Marion, 7; Shiloh, 2 65; Union City, 4; Wabash, 1 25. New Albany-Brownstown, 5; Hanover sab-sch., 105; Jeffersonville 1st, 22 70; Madison 1st, 12; Mitchell, 4; New Albany 3d, 14 65; Vernon, 5; Walnut Ridge, 2. Vincennes-Indiana, 9: Petersburg, 2; Terre Haute Central Hawley Miss. Soc., 20. White Water-Liberty, 2; Mt. Carmel, 2; New Castle, 2 50; Rushville, 5.

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IOWA.-Cedar Rapids-Anamosa, 3; Cedar Rapids 2d, 35 15, sab-sch., 41; Mechanicsville, 4; Scotch Grove, 2; Vinton, 14. Council Bluffs-Audubon sab-sch., 2 20; Creston, 5; Malvern, 3 61: Menlo, 4; Missouri Valley, 2 25; Mt. Ayr, 5; Sidney, 8. Des Moines-Des Moines Westminster sab-sch., 8 89; Laurel, 2. Dubuque-Bethel, 11; Dubuque 2d, 25; Independence 1st, 42 50, sab-sch., 20; Independence Ger., 2; Pleasant Grove, S. Fort Dodge-Battle Creek, 2; Boone 1st, add', 5; Burt, 2; Calliope, 1; Churdan, 77 cts.; Emmanuel Ger., 2: Fort Dodge 1st, 28 85; George Ger., 2; Ida Grove, add'l, 2; Meriden, 7 51; Sanborn, 2; Sioux City 1st, 15; Storm Lake 1st, 2; Wheatland Ger., 2. Iowa-Keokuk Westminster, 10 10; Martinsburg, 8; Mediapolis, 71 cts.; Troy, by Jas. H. Beck, 4 95. Iowa City-Atalissa, 2: Bethel, 2 82; Crawfordsville, 3 53; Mt. Union, 4; Sugar Creek, 2; Washington, 81 cts.; West Branch, 3 38; West Liberty 1st, 2 90; What Cheer, 2; Williamsburg, 3; Wilton Junction, 8. Waterloo-Clarksville, 3; Dows, 1; Grundy Centre, 10 04, sab-sch., 2 96; Morrison, 3; Rock Creek, 1; Salem, 11; State Centre sab-sch., 7; Waterloo, 5.

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KANSAS-Emporia-Argonia, 3; Marion 1st, 11; Mayfield, 4; Osage City, 2; Peabody, 10; Peotone, 1; Sedan sab-sch., 1; Silver Creek, 3; Slate Valley, 3; Wichita Oak St., 2. Highland-Clifton 1st, 20; Corning, 1; Highland, 2; Holton 1st, 9 21; Huron, 1 66; Lancaster, 4; Nortonville, 1; Troy, 5 38; Vermilion, 1. Larned-Anthony, 1; Dodge City, 1; Great Bend, 3; Lyons, 2; Spearville, 6 55. Neosho-Colony, 250; Paola 1st, 150; Princeton, 3 38. Osborne-Norton, 6 75; Osborne, 3. Solomon-Beioit, 25; Blue Stem, 20 cts. ; Clyde, 6; Culver, 3 50; Delphos, 3; Mulberry Creek, 75 ets.; Poheta, 1; Vesper, 20 cts. Topeka-Clinton, 5; Idana, 1 80; Kansas City 1st, 37 55; Lawrence, 21 48; Leavenworth 1st, 25; Olathe 1st, 3.

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KENTUCKY.-Ebenezer-Covington 1st, 93 33; Frankfort, 15 55; Greenup, 2; Lexington 2d, 161 50; Maysville 1st, 4; Mt. Sterling 1st, 3 43; Newport 1st, 1; Paris 1st, 7 10. Louisville-Kuttawa, Little Workers, 1, Aux. Women's Miss. Soc., 1: Louisville Walnut St., 4 10: Pewee Valley, 5; Shelbyville 1st, 5. Transylvania-Danville 2d, 50; Lebanon 1st, 6. 360 01

MICHIGAN.-Detroit-Ann Arbor, 24 27; Detroit 1st, Miss Taylor's sab-sch. class, 45; Detroit Fort St., 123 60; Detroit Jefferson Ave., 178; Detroit Memorial, 31; Detroit 3d Ave., 6 90; Detroit Trumbull Ave., 74; Detroit Westminster sabsch., 20, by Mrs. Jennings, 45; Hamtramck, 4 05; Stony Creek, 8 68; Wyandotte 1st and sab-sch., 5; Detroit Westminster, 25. Grand Rapids-Evart, 5; Greenwood Hesperia, 1. Kalamazoo-Buchanan, 4. Lansing-Albion, add'l, 10; Concord, 6 22; Homer, 7; Jackson, 1 32: Mason, 30; Stockbridge, 2 50. Monroe-Adrian, 33; Hillsdale, 16; Jonesville sab-sch., 5; Petersburg, 1. Saginaw-Au Sable and Osceola, 5; Bad Axe, 1; East Saginaw 1st, add'l, 15; Lamotte, 2 50; Marlette 2d, 2. 738 04 MINNESOTA.-Mankato-Amboy, 9; Jackson sab-sch., 5; Lake Crystal, 1; Le Seuer, 10; Madelia, 7; Mankato 1st, 47 07, sab-sch., 11 88; Pipestone, by Rev. R. J. Creswell, 4 27; Tracy 1st, 2; Wells, 25; Winnebago City, per J. F. Dawson, 22 50; Winnebago City 1st, 190. Red RiverCrookston, 2, sab-sch., 3; Warren, 2 16. St. Paul-Eden Prairie, 5; Empire, 2 75; Farmington, 3; Litchfield, 13 13; Macalester, 8 44; Minneapolis Shiloh sab-sch., 6; Minneapolis Westminster, 252 98; North St. Paul, 1; Red Wing 1st, 16 27: Shakopee, 4; Spring Grove, 4; St. Cloud, 5 30; St. Paul House of Hope. 103 51; Taylor's Falls, 1; Tower, 6 64; Vermilion, 6 25; Winsted, 2. Winona-Chatfield, 16 48; Rochester 1st, 19 13; Winona Ger., 3,

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MISSOURI.-Kansas City - Butler, 2; Clinton 1st, 3 50; Holden 1st, 8 65; Jefferson City, 10; Kansas City 2d, 36 30; Kansas City Hill Memorial, 4; Nevada, 5. Ozark-Ash Grove, 2; Ebenezer, 3; Mt. Vernon, 2; Ozark, 2; Springfield 24, 1; West Plains 1st, 2. Palmyra-Hannibal 1st, 10; Kirksville 1st, 6 50. Platte-Akron, 1; Hamilton, 2; Maryville, 6 10; Mound City, 5; Tarkio, 3 50. S. Louis-Emmanuel, 10; Rolla 1st, 2; Salem Ger., 5; St. Louis 2d, add'l, 200; St. Louis 2d Ger., 5; St. Louis Lafayette Park, 15 60; St. Louis North, 10; Zoar, 10.

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NEBRASKA. Hastings- Hanover, 3; Hansen 1st, 605; Hastings 1st, 10; Republican City, 1. Kearney-Clontibret, 3; Fullerton, 2; Kearney 1st sab-sch., 25, by Mrs. Hurlburt, 5; North Loup, 3 11; St. Edwards 1st, 4 75; Shelton, 2; Wilson Memorial, 3 48; Wood River, 2; Lexington, 4. Nebraska City-Falls City, 3; Plattsmouth 1st, 17 58; Seward,

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5 61, sab-sch., 2; Table Rock, 8 39. Omaha-Lyons, 4 25; Omaha Ger., 5; Omaha Southwest, 6 78; Omaha Waluut Hill, 8; Wahoo, 1 75. 136 75

NEW JERSEY.-Elizabeth-Clinton sab-sch., 31 50; Cranford 1st, 899; Dunellen, 3 31; Elizabeth Sifoam sub-sch., 550; Lamington, 15; Metuchen, 4 18; Pluckamin, 4 40; Rahway 1st, 23 26; Roselle, 15 94; Westfield, 9 21. Jersey City-Jersey City 1st, 10; Jersey City Scotch, 10; Passaic 1st sab-sch., 4 17; Paterson 1st, 15; Paterson 1st Ger., 3; Paterson Redeemer, 50; Rutherford, 22 06; Rutherford 1st sabsch., 44 67; Tenafly, 9 42; West Hoboken, 15; West Milford, 3. Monmouth-Asbury Park 1st, 11; Barnegat, 3; Bordentown 1st, 6 24; Columbus, 3; Cranbury 2d, 5; Englishtown, 2; Forked River, 3; Jamesburg, 10; Matawan, 23 31; Moorestown, 3 38; Ocean Beach, 2, sab-sch., 1; Plattsburg, 2; Red Bank, 10; Shrewsbury, 10; Tuckerton, 1. Morris and Orange-Dover Welsh, 4; Fairmount, 2 50; Flanders, 5; German Valley, 5; Madison, 3 56; Mine Hill, 4; Mt. Olive, 6 70; New Vernon, 6; Orange 1st, 15; Orange Ger. sab-sch., 3; Parsippany, 10: South Orange, 12 82; St. Cloud Women's Home Miss. Soc., 5, sab-sch. infant class, 5; Succasunna, 5; Whippany, 10. Newark-Montclair Trinity, 19 96; Newark 1st Ger., 10; Newark 2d, 9 53; Newark 3d Ger., 5; Newark 6th, 15; Newark Bethany, 2; Newark High St., 31 55; Newark South Park, 54 68. New Brunswick-Alexandria 1st, 5; Dayton, 6 34; Frenchtown, 3 38; Hamilton Sq., 8 33; Holland, 5; Hopewell 1st, 3 25; Kingston, 5; Kingwood, 2; Lawrence, 10; New Brunswick 2d, 5; Titusville, 12; Trenton 2d, 12 86; Trenton 3d, 50; Trenton 5th, 7. NewtonBelvidere 1st, 50, sab-sch., 28 46; Branchville, 11; Danville, 5; Deckertown, 6 90; Delaware, 5 60; Greenwich, 5; Knowlton, 35 cts.; Musconetcong Valley New Hampton sab-sch., 3; Stewartsville, 11 25; Stillwater, 5; Washington 1st, 50. West Jersey-Atlantic City 1st, 23; Billingsport, 1; Blackwood, 10; Camden 1st, 75; Cape Island, 8; Deerfield, 8; Gloucester City, 3; Hammonton, 23; Millville, 10; Pittsgrove, 14; Swedesboro', 2; Wenonah, 25, sab-sch., 30; Woodstown, 12. 1214 56

NEW YORK.-Albany-Albany 3d, 25 58; Albany 4th, 75; Albany 6th, 2; Albany Madison Ave., 10; Albany State St., 24 66; Esperance, 2; Jefferson, 10; Jermain Memorial, 19 24; Johnstown, 15; Sand Lake, 2; Saratoga Springs 2d, 5; Sche nectady 1st sab-sch., senior dep't, 71 16; Tribe's Hill, 5. Binghamton-Bainbridge, 15; Binghamton 1st, 35 71; Binghamton North, 5; Cannonsville, 1; Conklin, 5; Union, 25. Boston-Boston 1st, 15 46; Boston Scotch, 5; East Boston 1st, 10; Lawrence Ger. sab-sch., 5; Lowell, 5; Portland 1st, 4; Providence 1st, 15; Roxbury, 6 64; South Boston, 12; Taunton 1st, 1; Worcester 1st, 1 96. Brooklyn-Brooklyn 1st Ger., 10; Brooklyn Ainslie St., 5; Brooklyn Bethany, 450; Brooklyn 5th Ger, 4; Brooklyn Hopkins St. Ger., 5; Brooklyn Memorial, 41 13; Brooklyn Mt. Olivet, 4; Brooklyn Ross St., 62 98; Brooklyn S. 3d St., E. D., 73 75, sab-sch., 30. Buffalo Buffalo 1st, 50; Buffalo Bethany, 18 73; Buffalo Breckenridge St., 7; Buffalo Calvary, 30, sab-sch., 45; Buffalo Lafayette St. Y. P. Soc. of Christian Endeavor, 5 50; Buffalo Wells St., 5; Buffalo West Side, 5; Buffalo Westminster, 14 47, centennial coll., 58 07, sab-sch., 10; Connewago, 10; Fredonia, 7 50; Gowanda, 1; Jamestown 1st, 25. Cayuga-Auburn 2d, 14 57; Auburn Calvary, 1999; Cayuga, 3 50; Genoa 3d, 1; Owasco, 5; Port Byron, 11; Sennett, 2 10. Champlain-Au Sable Forks and Black Brook, 6 11; Beekmantown, 4 80; Burke, 5; Mooer's, 799. Chemung-Big Flats, 15; Elmira 1st, 16 59; Spencer, 12. Columbia-Catskill, 90 79; Jewett, 8; Valatie, 10. Genesee-Bergen 1st, 12 58; Leroy, 20 25; Oakfield, 3; Perry, 35. Geneva-Penn Yan, 35; Seneca Castle, 6; Trumansburg, 9. Hudson-Centreville South, 1; Chester, 22 66; Clarkstown Ger., 3; Cochecton, 1; Denton, 2; Good Will, 1, sab-sch., 10; Goshen, 40; Haverstraw Central, 10; Hempstead, 50 cts.; Middletown 2d, 2 17; Milford, 1; Monticello, 1; Monroe 1st, 3; Nyack 1st, 2 25; Otisville, 2; Palisades, 4; Port Jervis, 25; Scotchtown, 5; Washingtonville 2d, 2 50; West Town, 2. Long Island-Cutchogue, 3; Moriches, 2 12; Port Jefferson, 10; Sag Harbor 1st, 30; Southampton, 11 25. Lyons-Galen, 5. Nassau-Astoria, 3; Huntington 2d, 8; Springfield, 2. New York-New York 1st, 648 06; New York 2d Ger., 1; New York 5th Ave., 1616 10; New York 13th St. sab-sch, Miss. Asso., 250; New York Bohemian, 2; New York Bethany sab-sch., 5; New York Mt. Washington, 28 50; New York Phillips, 47; New York Puritans, 41 32; New York Scotch, 238 02; New York West 23d St., 25, by R. F. Sarple, 10; New York West 51st St. Children's Mission Band, 5; New York Zion Ger.. 5, sab.sch., 3 18. Niagara-Carlton, 2. North River-Bethlehem, 16; Cold Spring, 13; Matteawan, 18 15; Newburgh Union, 36; Pleasant Valley, 5 30; Rondout, 20; Wappinger's Creek, 6; Westminster, 3. Otsego-Delhi 1st, 25; Delhi 2d, 24 85; Richfield Springs, 6 08. RochesterAvon Central, 2; Brighton, 7 55; Mt. Morris, 6 35; Nunda, 8; Ogden, 2; Pittsford, 3; Rochester 1st, 50 15; Rochester Brick Cheerful Workers Band, 25; Rochester 3d, 33 80; Rochester Central, 71 41, sab-sch., 60; Rochester St. Peter's, 27; Rochester Calvary, 5; Rochester Memorial, 16, sab-sch., 45; Springwater, 2. St. Lawrence-Adams, 5, sab-sch., 10; Brownville, 2; Chaumont, 5; De Kalb Junction, 3; Dexter,

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2. Steuben-Arkport, 40 cts.; Corning, 2 69; Rushford, 2. Syracuse Baldwinsville, 4; East Syracuse, 2; Fulton 1st, 25; Marcellus, 12 38; Mexico 1st, 24 40; Oswego Grace, 22 88; Otisco, 10; Syracuse 1st, 45 24. Troy-Argyle, 1; Cambridge, 8 45; Sandy Hill, 17; Stillwater 1st, 7; Troy 1st, 76 60; Troy 2d, 132 46, sab-sch., 20 72; Waterford 1st, 6 82; Whitehall, 13 32. Utica Clayville, 3 75; Ilion, 2; Kirkland, 7; Lowville, 10; Verona, 11 81; Wolcott Memorial, 21. WestchesterCroton Falls, 3; Darien, 10; Huguenot Memorial, 1; Mahopac Falls, 25; Mt. Kisco, 17; Sing Sing, 37 64; Southeast, 5; Yonkers Dayspring, 5. 5622 05

NORTH DAKOTA.-Fargo-Hillsboro', 1; Jamestown 1st, by H. B. Allen, 2 50; Kelso, 1; Tower City 1st, 2. PembinaArvilla, 5; Bathgate, 2 75; Bethel, 2; Hyde Park, 6 64. 22 89 OHIO.-Athens-Gallipolis 1st, 5; Logan 1st, 10; Marietta 4th St., 17 35. Bellefontaine-Bellefontaine 1st, 105: De Graff, 1; Galion, 8; Spring Hills, 1 09; Upper Sandusky, 5 17; West Liberty, 86 cts. Chillicothe-Bainbridge, 2; Bourneville, 4; Chillicothe 1st, 49; Chillicothe 3d, 5; Concord, 4; Hillsboro', 30 10; New Petersburg, 25; Washington C. H., 5 60. Cincinnati-Bethel sab-sch., 86 cts.; Cincinnati 1st, 13 46; Cincinnati 6th, 10; Cincinnati Mt. Auburn, 16 23: Cleves, 10; Clifton, 32 67; Elizabeth and Berea, 3; Goshen, 1; Lebanon 1st, 12; Morrow 1st, 4 65; Reading and Lockland, 4 40; Somerset sab-sch., 2. Cleveland-Cleveland 1st, 140; Cleveland 2d, 150; Cleveland Case Ave., 15; Cleveland Miles Park, 9 25; Cleveland North, 15; Milton, 1 55; New Lynn, 2; Northfield, 2: Solon, 1; Willoughby, 10. Columbus-Columbus 2d, 30 50; Columbus Westminster, 8, sab-sch., 2 45. DaytonBlue Ball, 4 22; Dayton 1st, add'l, 15; Dayton 3d St., 520 24; Ebenezer, 1; Hamilton 1st, 37 75; New Jersey, 2 37; Riley, 1. Huron-Clyde, 1; Huron Miss. Soc., 2 84. Lima-Blanchard, 10; Celina, 1; Columbus Grove, 5; Findlay, 25; Lima Main St., 4; McComb, 23; Mt. Jefferson, 2; North Baltimore, 60 cts.; Van Wert 1st, 8 75. Mahoning-Alliance 1st, 5; Canton 1st, 21; Champion, 3; East Palestine, 6; Massillon 2d, 43 53; Middle Sandy, 3 25; Mineral Ridge, 9; Niles, 3; North Benton, 10; Warren 1st, 10 64. Marion-Berlin, 3 70; Marion, 10, sab-sch., 5; Mt. Gilead, 13 33; Ostrander, 4. Maumee-Bryan 1st, 22 66; Montpelier, 9; Napoleon, 6; Toledo 1st Ger., 2; Toledo 3d, 6 36; Toledo Westminster, 30 25. PortsmouthPortsmouth 1st Ger., 4; Red Oak, 5; Ripley, 9 25; Russellville, 12; Winchester, 2. St. Clairsville-Bellaire 1st, 22; Bethel, 5; Buffalo, 5 85; Kirkwood, 9 75; Rock Hill, 2; St. Clairsville, 5. Steubenville-Amsterdam, 5, sab-sch., 4; Bethesda, 3; Bethlehem, 5; Buchanan Chapel, 4; Centre Unity, 3; Cross Creek, 3 10; Harlem, 8; Hopedale, 4; Leesville, 1 70; Oak Ridge, 3 20; Pleasant Hill, 135; Richmond, 8 44; Ridge, 2; Scio sab-sch., 2; Steubenville 1st, 27 22; Steubenville 2d, 26 97; Steubenville 3d, 19 43; Still Fork, 5 38; Waynesburg, 5; Yellow Creek, by pastor, 10. WoosterBethel, 4; Chester, 2 77; Jackson, 10; Mansfield 1st, 22 21; Orange, 4. Zanesville-Brownsville, 8; Coshocton, 18 50; Fredericktown, 13; Jersey, 5; Mt. Vernon, 34 25; Newark 1st, 3; Newark 2d, 21 57; Zanesville 1st, 17 55; Zanesville Putnam, 12 61.

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PACIFIC.-Benicia—Arcata, 7; Bloomfield, 1; Petaluma, 5; Point Arena, 2; Santa Rosa, 10; Ukiah, 1. Los AngelesCarpenteria, 3; Glendale, 9 30; Los Angeles 3d, 24; Los Angeles Spanish, 1; Pasadena Calvary, 2 40; San Buenaventura, 25; Santa Barbara 1st, 10. Sacramento-Chico, 5; Dixon, 5; Gridley, 3; Placerville, 3; Sacramento 14th St., 170. San Francisco-Berkeley 1st, 22 25; Lebanon, 1; San Francisco Howard St., 49 57; San Francisco Westminster, 10; Walnut Creek, 5. San José-Gilroy, 5; Milpitas, 2.

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PENNSYLVANIA.-Allegheny-Allegheny Bethel, 4; Allegheny Central sab-sch., primary dep't, 8, advance dep't, 42; Allegheny McClure Ave. Miss. Soc., 15 75; Beaver 1st, 28; Bull Creek, 6; Cross Roads, 4 55; Millvale, 3 80; Natrona, 3; Pine Creek 2d, 4 57; Sewickly, 33 99; Sharpsburg, 28 08; West Bellevue, 12. Blairsville-Armagh, 3; Blairsville, 49 50, sab-sch., 11; Conemaugh, 4; Congruity, 5; Laird, 3; Ligonier, 6; Murrysville, 5; Salem, 15 14; Union, 19 05, sab-sch., 6 51; Verona, 7. Butler-Amity, 5: Buffalo, 8; Concord, 18 04; Grove City, 13 55; North Butler, 9 26; Plain Grove, 12 50; Pleasant Valley, 1; Portersville, 5; Westminster, 1. Carlisle-Chambersburg Central, 5 12; Duncannon, 9; Great Conewago, 3 20; Green Castle, 450; Harrisburg Market Sq., 86 30; Harrisburg 7th St., 10; Harrisburg Westminster, 750: Lower Marsh Creek, 4 35; Mercersburg, 13 82; Middle Spring, 15; Rocky Spring, 3; Shermansdale, 2 92; Waynesboro', 4 19, sab-sch., i 18 Chester-Ashmun, 15; East Whiteland, 5; Marple, 11; Middletown, 3; Phoenixville 1st, 4. Clarion-Big Run, 3; East Brady, 5; Elkton, 3 75; New Bethlehem, 10; Reynoldsville, 3. Erie-Atlantic 1st, 2 60; Cochranton, 3; Concord, 1; Conneautville, 2 15, Woman's H. and F. Soc., 5; Cool Spring, 3 14; East Greene, 2; Erie Central, 10; Evansburg, 1; Fredonia, 3 21; Greenfield, 1; Greenville, 6 35: Harmonsburg, 2; Mercer 1st, 25; Mount Pleasant, 207; New Lebanon, 1; North Clarendon, 1 80; Pleasantville, 6: Sandy Lake, 1; Tideoute, 12; Union City, 270; Utica, 3; Warren, 141. Huntingdon-Altoona 2d sabsch., 6 63; Bellefonte, 19; Birmingham, 33 67; East Kishacoquillas, 10; Fruit Hill, 5; Gibson Memorial, 5; Houtzdale,

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2 26; Lewistown, 4 85; Little Valley, 3; Mapleton, 3: McVeytown, 15 08; Milroy, 3; Mt. Union, 15; Newton Hamiltou, 5; Orbisonia, 3; Peru, 4 12; Pine Grove sab-sch., 80 cts.; Port Royal, 5; Shirleysburg, 3; West Kishacoquillas, 10 25; Winterburn, 1. Kittanning-Atwood, 2; Bethel, 5; Cherry Run, 3; Clarksburg, 42; Clinton, 4; Concord, 5; Crooked Creek, 4; Ebenezer, 29; Freeport, 5 50; Gilgal, 5; Glades Run, 16; Harmony, 8; Jacksonville, 15; Kittanning 2d, 5; Leechburg sab-sch., 8; Marion sab-sch., 17 21; Mechanicsburg, 5, Women's Miss. Soc., 28; Midway, 1 25; Plumville, 2; Rayne, 1 30; Rural Valley, 3; Saltsburg sab-sch., 20 Smicksburg, 2; Union, 2 56; Washington, 20, sab-scf., 5. Lackawanna-Bennett, 3; Canton, 10; Dunmore sab-sch., 12; Langelyffe, 16; Meshoppen, 2; Mountain Top, 2; Orwell, 1; Susquehanna 1st, 3; Tunkhannock, 26 27; Wells and Columbia, 2; Wilkesbarre 1st, 20. Lehigh-Allen Township, 5; Audenried, 11; Bangor, 4 25; Catasauqua 1st, 13; Easton 1st, 50, Olivet sab-sch. Mission, 15; Lock Ridge, 1; Mahanoy City, 903; Port Carbon, 6; Pottsville 2d, 14; Reading 1st, 55 93; Reading Washington St., 6; Shawnee, 5; Summit Hill and two sab-schs., 17 70; Tamaqua, 1, sab-sch., 2; Upper Lehigh, 55 33; Weatherly, 10; White Haven, 3. Northumberland-Elysburg, 2; Grove, 56; Holland Run, 1; Hamilton, 5; Lycoming, 25; Milton, 27 09; New Columbia, 2; Shamokin, 1; Warrior Run, 2; Washington, 20; Williamsport 1st, 10; Williamsport 2d, 2 10. Philadelphia-Philadel phia 1st, 1112 34; Philadelphia 3d, King's Daughters, 35; Philadelphia 4th, 7; Philadelphia 10th, 358; Philadelphia Grace, 10; Philadelphia Greenwich, 10; Philadelphia Southwestern, 4 63; Philadelphia Tabernacle, 136 60; Philadelphia Union, 2 50; Philadelphia Walnut St., 42 71, sab-sch., 58 12. Philadelphia Central-Philadelphia Alexander, 67 76; Philadelphia Arch St., 126 51; Philadelphia Bethesda, 13 10; Philadelphia Bethlehem, 35: Philadelphia Beacon, 5; Philadelphia Cohock sink sab-sch., 12 50; Philadelphia North Broad St., 289; Philadelphia Northern Liberties 1st, 21 02; Philadelphia Patterson Memorial, 2; Philadelphia Susquehanna Ave., 5; Philadelphia Temple, 56 57; Philadelphia Trinity, 5; Philadelphia West Park, 10. Philadelphia North -Chestnut Hill, 80; Forestville, 3; Frankford, 6 03; Germantown Wakefield sab-sch., 15; Huntingdon Valley, 7; Jeffersonville Central, 3; Lower Merion, 3; Mt. Airy, 8 (2; Neshaminy Warwick, 8; Roxborough, 7: Springfield, 2: Thompson Memorial, 10; Thompson New Hope Chapel, 750. Pittsburgh-Bethany, 21 25; Hebron, 30; Mingo, 9; Monongahela City, 25; Pittsburgh 2d, 32 10; Pittsburgh 3d sabsch., 145; Pittsburgh 6th, 83; Pittsburgh Bellefield, 12 50, Busy Bees, 19 06; Pittsburgh Central, 1; Pittsburgh 43d St., 18; Pittsburgh Grace Memorial, 6 34; Pittsburgh Park Ave., 54 20; Pittsburgh Shady Side, 29 38, sab-sch. Miss. Soc., 37 50; Swissvale, 51; Valley, 6 57; Wilkinsburg sab-sch., 25. Redstone-Brownsville, 6; Dunlap's Creek, 5; George's Creek, 5; Leisenring, 19 71; McClellandtown, 2; Mt. Pleasant sabsch., 20 54; Sewickley, 6 20; Tent, 5 60. Shenango-Enon, 10; New Brighton 1st, 22; New Castle 1st, 32 47. Washington-Allen Grove, 1; Burgettstown sab-sch., 15 53; Cove, 25 50; Forks of Wheeling, 36; Mt. Olivet, 5 30; Mt. Prospect, 14 70; New Cumberland, 17; Washington 2d, 27; Wheeling 1st sab-sch., 15; Wheeling 2d, 18 62; Wheeling 3d, 4. Wellsboro-Allegheny, 1; Tioga, 3; Wellsboro', 3 08. Westminster -Columbia, 6 84; Donegal, 4; Lancaster 1st, 38: Lancaster Memorial, 1; Little Britain, 5; Mt. Joy, 7; Nottaway C. H., Bethesda Miss., 4 50; Nottaway C. H., Burksville, 2 50; Pequea, 9; Pine Grove, 3; Slate Ridge, 70 cts.; Stewartstown, 650; Strasburg, 2. West Virginia-Grafton, 5; Morgantown, 9; Parkersburg 1st, 8 64; Sisterville, 1; Sugar Grove, 2; Terra Alta, 9. 5415 86 SOUTH DAKOTA.-Central Dakota-Artesian, 3; Manchester 1st, 2; Hitchcock, 2; St. Lawrence, 70 ets.; Wessington, 90 cts. Southern Dakota-Bridgewater, 5; Canistota, 5; Harmony, 5; Canton, 3; Tyndall, 1; Parke, 2; White Lake, 1. 30 60 TENNESSEE.-Holston-Jonesboro', 9; Salem, 1. UnionHebron, 3 05; Madisonville, 3; Mt. Zion, 3; Knoxville 4th, 995; Washington, 3. 32 00 TEXAS.-Austin-Brownwood, 74 cts.; Georgetown, 1; New Orleans Ger., 1; San Antonio Madison Sq., 3. North TexasDenison, 10; Henrietta, 2.

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UTAH.-Montana-Anaconda, 2; Bozeman, 6 50; Helena 1st, 55 40. Utah-American Fork, 4; Ephraim, 2; Evanston, 3; Logan, 1; Manti, 3; Mt. Pleasant, 1; Nephi, 1. 78.90 WISCONSIN-Chippewa-Hudson 1st, 10 60; West Superior 1st, 3. La Crosse-Hixton, 2. Lake Superior-Escanaba, 6; Ford River, 7; Iron River, 2; Ishpeming, 16; Newberry, 3 20; St. Ignace, 2. Madison Janesville 1st, 18: Madison Ger., 1. Milwaukee Barton, 4; Cedar Grove W. M. Soc., 5; Milwaukee Calvary, Friends, 6; Oostburg, 3; Ottawa, 17 ets.; Wheatland, 1. Winnebago-Shawano, 3; Stevens Point, 18 50; Wausau, 10 09; West Merrill, 5. 126 56

MISCELLANEOUS.

K. H., 5; J. T. Turner, Clermont, Fla., 5; Rev. Mr. Mahan, Morrilton, Ark., 50 cts.; Public money from Choctaw Nation, 318 72; H. S. Leonard,

1889.]

Moravia, Pa., 5: Rev. A. Porter and wife, Coultersville, Pa., 20; Woman's Ex. Com., 1307 16; Mrs. A. C. Williams, Chicago, Ill., 1; In memoriam, 200; Mrs. John Arthurs, Pittsburgh, Pa., 10; Annie E. Russell, Joliet, Ill., 5; W. S. S., 12; E. M. D., 1; Rev. James H. Dinsmore, D.D., Washington, Pa., 15; A friend from Ohio, 10: Ladies' Miss. Soc., Foxburg, Pa., 5: J. B., New York city, 50; Advance payment of partial bequest of Thos. Williams, Vernon, N. Y., 500; Miss Jane L. Cathcart, York, Pa., 20; Rev. Luke Dorland, Hot Springs, N. C., 2; Rev. J. A. Ranney, Kalamazoo, Mich., 10; Rev. P. F. Sanborne, Otego, N. Y., 1; Cash, Cleveland, O., 10; Rev. G. B. Smith, Brooklyn, Iowa, 5; Bequest of Mrs. Hannah Fleming, Mercer, Pa., 15; Cash, 2; A pastor of Nassau Pres., N. Y., 5; A friend, 40; Mrs. T. G. Lovell, Emlenton, Pa., 1; R. H. Armstrong, Harrisburg, Pa., 2; Mrs. Louise D. Beggs, Pittsburgh, Pa., 45; Herbert and Henry Lyle, Newark, N. J., 2 75; Ladies' Miss. Soc., Pittman, Cleveland Pres., 5; Mrs. C. A. G. Menaul, Laguna, New Mexico, 3; 1st Cong'l ch., Peru, N. Y., 1; Rev. Samuel Sawyer, Indianapolis, Ind., 1; C., Pa., 8; Mrs. S. R. M., Grand Rapids Pres., 1; Rev. M. Matthieson, Santa Fé Pres., 5; Rev. R. Buell Love, Millport, O., 4; Miss Mary S. Drouillard, New Orleans, La., 10; Rev. Geo. E. Bricknell, Pres. Larned, 10; H., Mc., 2 22; Wm. H. Anderson, Jefferson Ave. ch., Detroit, 45; T. S. Anderson, Jefferson Ave. ch., Detroit, 45; Mrs. J. Hill Whiting, Jefferson Ave. ch., 45; T. C. Henry, Phila., Pa., 45; Mrs. Charles L. Hoff, Reading, 20; Win. Thaw, Pittsburgh, Pa., 30; Miss D., Pittsburgh, 25; Legacy of Thomas Steel, Ross co., O., 250; Mary A. Steel, widow Thomas Steel, dower interest, 135 49; J. P. Wallace, Holland ch., Chicago Pres., 75; E. R. Davis, Holland ch., Chicago Pres., 5; A. M. Davis, Holland ch., Chicago Pres., 2; D. A. Wilson and wife, Milan, Mo., 3; Charles Arbuthnot, Pittsburgh, Pa., 500; Rev. W. J. Moffett, Paul's Valley, I. T., 5; W. G., Phila., 4; Two Sisters, 5; Wm. Irwin, N. Y. city, 20; Rev. D. L. Dickey, Glenfield, Pa., 10; Hon. James McMillan, in part for erection of Grace McMillan Hall, at Mary Allen Sem., Crockett, Texas., 5000; Women's Ex. Com., 3455 21; Jos. S. Osborne, East Hampton, N. Y., 10; H. T. F., 5; H. Edward, Troy Pres., 3; Rev. J. C. Ambrose, Brady, Pa., 5; Mrs. M. Robinson, Kittanning, Pa., 20; Rev. Francis A. McGaw, Ironwood, Mich., 5; A. A. McLaughlin, Hookstown, Pa., 5; Cash, 2; E. J. Hill, Englewood, Ill., 3; Friends, 100; Lane Soc. Miss. Inquiry, Lane Sem., 7 08; Mrs. Anna M. Junkin, New Wilmington, Pa., 5; Wm. F. Findlay, Winnebago, Neb., 5; L. W. Brodhead, Reading, Pa., 3; A friend, Nottaway C. H., Va., 1; Mrs. J. H. Symmes, 1; Margaret McAdam, 1; Rev. W. L. Tarbet and wife, Springfield, Ill., 1 93; Interest on mortgages, 171; Woman's Ex. Com., 7754 43; Wm. A. Hope, Flat Rock, Ill., 10; Specials, 9 10; Interest on 4 per cent. U. S. Bonds, 61; Received freight refunded on furniture shipped to Ingleside, Va., 26 50; Received from Dr. Mattoon, amount salary overpaid by him, 8; Mite-box collection, 5...

Total receipts in March, 1889.

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$41,019 34 12,815 39

$53.834 73 80,615 65

Total receipts for year ending March 30, 1889...... $134,450 38

DIRECTS.

By Rev. W. R. Coles, for mission at Aiken, S C.-Minot C. Morgan, E. Orange, N. J., 5; Mrs. Benj. Douglass, Orange, N. J., 35; Misses C. W. and M. Stewart, Spruce Creek, Pa., 20; Mrs. C. L. McClure, Albany, N. Y., 10; Miss Eaton, Baltimore, Md., 5; E. A. Graves, Morristown, N. J., 100; Mrs. A. H. Smith, Philadelphia, Pa., 20; Miss Emma Cody, Orange, N. J., 2; Young Ladies' Bible Class of Central Pres. ch., Orange, N. J., 10; Dr. N. R. Derby, Morristown, N. J., 100; C. W. Knudsen, New York city, 50; A. D. Lundy, Williamsport, Pa., 50; Ladies' Home Miss, Soc., Providence, R. I., 25; Miss Emily O. Butler, New York city, 10; Rev. Í. N. Rendall, D.D., Lincoln University, Pa., 20; E. Henry Lacombe, Morristown, N. J., 5; John S. Murray, Delaney, N. Y., 20; S. S. 1st Cong'l ch., South Hadley, Mass., 20; Miss E. M. Greenleaf, E. Orange, N. J., 58; S. S. 2d Pres. ch., Williamsport, Pa., 93 57; John W. Aitken, New York city, 50; S. S. Miss. Soc. South St. Pres. ch., Morristown, N. J., 50; Jas. F. Randolph, Morristown, N. J., 10; James Chambers, Morristown,

N. J., 10; Jeffrey H. Burland, Montreal, Canada, 10; Wm. L.
King, Bergen Point, N. J., 10; Miss Sarah Vernou, Morris-
town, N. J., 2; L. A. Talmage, Morristown, N. J., 5; Tuition
from York St. school, 118 60; Frank Lindsley, Morristown,
N. J., 50; Robert Powell, Aiken, S. C., 5; T. R. Carter, Mont-
clair, N. J.,5; George Taylor, New York city, 75; Miss Mary
Harris, Montclair, N. J., 2 40; A friend, 10; Pearl Gatherers
South St. ch., Morristown, N. J., 10; Mrs. John P. Harris,
Bellefonte, Pa., 10; Miss Mary Thomas, Bellefonte, Pa., 10;
Mrs. William P. Wilson, Bellefonte, Pa., 25; Chas. F. Cook,
Bellefonte, Pa., 10; S. S. Pres. ch., Bellefonte, Pa., 20 44; Con-
verse & Co., Louisville, Ky., 6; Miss T. Abbott's class in sab-
sch. Central Pres. ch., Orange, N. J., 5; Jos. L. Greenleaf,
New York city, 5; Mrs. Hankins, E. Orange, N. J., 1; Mrs.
Hattie Pringue, Wenham, Mass., 50 cts.; Mrs. L. B. Atwater,
Windham, N. Y., 2; Mrs. O. F. Davis, Omaha, Neb., 10; Miss
Mary P. Burgess, Oxford, O., 1; Mrs. Frances Waterman,
Newport, N. Y., 25; David L. Wallace, Orange, N. J., 10;
Mrs. Wm. Moir, New York city, 20; Allen French, St. Paul,
Minn., 2; Mutchmore & Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 5; Miss Au-
gusta Stone, Orange, N. J., 20; John Erhart, New Canaan,
Conn., 5; Miss E. Baily, New York, 5; Mrs. M. Nicholson,
New York, 10; A friend, New York, 2; Mrs. Jos. C. Holden,
Madison, N. J., 5; Josiah N. Hunt, Delhi, N. Y., 5; Mrs.
Henry Winthrop, New York city, 50; Mrs. Jonathan Sturges,
New York city, 20; Wm. L. Skidmore, New York city, 100;
Mrs. Henry Auchincloss, Orange, N. J., 5; W. Henry Grant,
Philadelphia, Pa., 25; Mrs. Hettie F. Milliken, Plainfield,
N. J., 10; Samuel Milliken, Jr., Plainfield, N. J., 10; A friend,
Pittsburgh, Pa., 20; Mrs. Samuel Colgate, Orange, N. J., 5;
Cash, 2 25; F. T. Lockhart, Augusta, Ga., 1; R. J. Henry,
Atlanta, Ga., 1; T. J. Russell, New Orleans, La., 1; Frederick
Douglass, Washington, D. C., 1; C. S. Adger, Philadelphia,
Pa., 50 ets.; E. J. Dickerson, Aiken, S. C., 25 cts.; C. A. Shaw,
Brunswick, Ga., 1; Rev. W. J. White, Augusta, Ga., 25 cts.;
N. P. Butler, Aiken, S. C., 50 cts.; Miss M. C. Jackson, Or-
landa, Fla., 25 cts.; N. R. D., 1, W. H. Jackson, Ocata, Fla.,
50 cts.-1 50; Waiters in Young's Hotel, Boston, Mass., 10;
Dr. Robert Wilson, Baltimore, Md., 10; Cash received for
4877 01
new school building, 3300.

By Rev. E. W. Williams, for Ferguson Academy, Abbeville, S. C.-Mrs. M. A. Helmbold, Philadelphia, Pa., 7; Mrs. Morris K. Jesup, New York, 25; Miss Minni Fox, St. Paul, Minn., 10; Rev. Dr. Vandyke, Brooklyn, N. Y., 5; Pres. ch., Parsippany, N. J., 10; S. S., Hanover, N. J., 20; S. S., Afton, N. J., 29 24; Mrs. Margaret Peck, Hanover, N. J., 50; Hanover Neck sab-sch., N. J., 15; Ladies' Missionary, St. Paul, Minn., 50: Rev. James A. Ferguson, Hanover, N. J., 10; Young Ladies' Soc., Utica, O., 4 67; 1st Pres. ch., Yonkers, N. Y., 50; S. S., Afton, N. J., 2 35; Mrs. M. D. Ward, Afton, N. J., 5; Young Ladies' Band, Utica, O., 2 25; Berean ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 5; Girls' Miss. Soc., Bayfield, Wis., 10: A friend, per Mrs. Mary A. Helmbold, Philadelphia, Pa., 5; Cheerful Workers, Hanover, N. J., 7; Woman's Miss. Soc. of 2d ch., Abbeville, S. C., 5); Rev. D. Stuart Dodge, New York, 25; Mrs. William E. Dodge, New York, 25; F. Burn438 51 ham, Morristown, N. J., 10; Mr. Cranshaw, Washington, D. C., 3; Robert Gesey, Washington, D. C., 3.

By Dr. Mattoon, for Biddle University.-From the Slater Fund, 666 66; Geo. S. Harris & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa., 1500; Mrs. A. Wolworth, Cleveland, O., 150; Estate of William E. Dodge, New York, 150; Rev. D. Stuart Dodge, New York, 100; Mrs. Melissa Dodge, New York, 100; Mrs. A. C. Brown, New York, 100; S. S. 6th Pres. ch., Chicago, Ill., 100; Home Miss. Soc. Central Pres. ch., Summit, N. J., 90; James Snyder, Morrison, Ill., 50; R. H. Nichols, Butler, Pa., 75; S. S. Pres. ch., Jamestown, N. Y., 60; J. F. Turner, Iowa City, 34 75; Rev. W. E. Thomas, Marion, O., 5; Mrs. Mary D. 3536 41 Biddle, 300; Mrs. Sarah Adams, 5; A friend, 50. By Rev. D. J. Satterfield, for Scotia Seminary.-From Friends, La Grange, Ind., 9; Mission Band, Beaver, Pa., 47; Central ch., Wichita, Kan., 40; Mrs. A. B. Dearing, Shelbyville, Ill., 15 33; Merry Workers, Canton, Ill., 15; Bethany ch. Philadelphia Y. L. Soc., 5; T. W. Synnott, Philadelphia, 100; Pastor's Aid Soc., Kittanning, Pa., 90; J. R. W., Pulaska, 75 cts.; J. T. Turner, Iona City, 25; Mrs. W. F. Wheeler, Portville, N. Y., 45; B. S. Colwell, Portville, N. Y., 30; Dr. Dorland, Hot Springs, N. C., 3 50; Home Circle, Washington, Pa., 45; Mrs. Lyon, N. Y., 20; 1st ch., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 234: Alex. Guy, M.D., Oxford, Ohio, 50; North ch. H. Miss. Soc., Philadelphia, 45; Mrs. Amelia Raymond, 682 92 Chicago, 50; Mrs. E. G. Dusenbury, 45.

By Rev. John A. Savage, for school building at Louisburg, N. C-From Mr. Frank Janway, N. J., 50; S. S., West Arch St., Philadelphia, 50; Miss A. C. Webb, Philadelphia, 19 97; Rev. C. M. Dickey, D.D., Philadelphia, 5; Rev. Monfort, Cincinnati, Ohio, 5; Rev. A. C. Pitchard, N. Y., 10; D. D. Smith, M.D., Philadelphia, 20; Mrs. Rowley and friends, Philadel phia, 5; C. N. Kneedson, N. Y., 25; Friends in Academy of Music, Philadelphia, 10; D. McCurdy's Mission Band, Philadelphia, 27 25; 1st ch., Schenectady, N. Y., 70; Hon. Wm. E. Dodge, N. Y., 20.

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By Rev. Lewis Johnston, for school work at Pine Bluff, Ark.-Church, Topeka, Kan., 12; C. A. Bridewell, Hope,

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Freedmen-Home Missions.

Ark., 8; Judge S. A. Williams, Little Rock, 5; Maj. W. S. Dunlap, Little Rock, 10; Rev. Willis, 5; J. Mairs, 2; Miss C. A. Thompson, 1 81; A friend, Albany, N. Y., 50. 93 81 By Rev. H. H. Boone, for church work at Tarbora, N. C.— From Dr. Willis J. Beecher, Auburn, N. Y., 5; E. A. Huntington, Auburn, N. Y., 5; Miss Willard, Auburn, N. Y., 19; T. G. Darling, Auburn, N. Y., 5; R. B. Welch, Auburn, N. Y., 5: J. Symons, Jr., Auburn, N. Y., 5; S. M. Hopkins, Auburn, N. Y., 5; Cash, Auburn, N. Y., 2 50; J. W. Mackay, Geneva, N. Y., 5; H. B. Stevenson, Geneva, N. Y., 2; I. Carter, Geneva, N. Y., 5; I. Rowes, Geneva, N. Y., 5; T. C. Maxwell and Brother, Geneva, N. Y., 5; L. D. Willard, Geneva, N. Y., 20; B. G. Chase, Geneva, N. Y., 5; H. H. Stibbens, Rochester, N. Y., 2; Wm. M. Alling, Rochester, N. Y., 3; F. M. Ellery, Rochester, N. Y., 3; W. M. Hubbard, Rochester, N. Y., 3; R. H. Dewey, Rochester, N. Y., 5; Cash, Rochester, N. Y., 1; J. E. Kettridge and family, Geneseo, N. Y. 5; Thos. T. Olmstead, Geneseo, N. Y., 5; J. B. Adams and wife, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; J. R. Stranger, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; J. Orton, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; E. Bacon, Geneseo, N. Y., 1; Wm. A. Stevens and wife, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; Cash, Geneseo, N. Y., 50 ets.; Geo. K. Whitney, Geneseo, N. Y.,1; W. G. Dickey, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; W. A. Brodin, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; A friend, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; W. I. Milne, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; Chas. W. Fields, Geneseo, N. Y., 2: E. W. Hulnett, Geneseo, N. Y., 1; W. E. Landerdale and Son, Geneseo, N. Y., 2; E. K. Hart, Albion, N. Y., 5; J. S. Signor, Albion, N. Y., 3; J. H. Hart, Albion, N. Y., 10; Cash, Albion, N. Y., 6; Geo. H. Sickle, Albion, N. Y., 3; Thos. Scoville, Lockport, N. Y. 5; Cash, Lockport, N. Y., 2; Lafayette St. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 194 25 By Rev. 8. S. Sevier, for Albion Academy, Franklinton, N. C.-From S. S., Albion, N. Y., 150; S. S., Hudson, N. Y., 50; Mrs. Samuel Fields, Philadelphia, 10; Mr. Ellis, Schenectady, N. Y., 100; 1st ch., Troy, N. Y., 30; 1st ch., York,

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By Rev. S. Loomis, for Brainerd Institute, Chester, S. C.James Snyder, Morrison, Ill., 50; Mrs. M. É. Fister, Groveland, N. Y., 25: Westminster mission sab-sch., Baltimore, Md., 13: S. S. class, Doylestown, Pa., 35; Y. P. S. C. E. 1st ch., Duluth, Minn., 20; Slater Fund, 233 34. 376 34

By Rev. F. C. Potter, for school at Cotton Plant, Ark.Mr. Johnson, St. Louis, 10; Mrs. Ayers, Jacksonville, Ill.,

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By Rev. J. B. Smith, for Mary Allen Seminary, Crockett, Texas. From Mrs. Helen W. Newbery, Detroit, Mich., 100; Mrs. Shirley, Detroit, Mich., 25; Mrs. Brown, Ypsilanti, Mich., 5; Rev. C. E. Wherry, D.D., Saharanpur, ludia, 5; Y. L. Soc., Afton, Iowa, 15; Miss Campbell, Minneapolis, Minn., 20; Mrs. A. K. Wright's Band 1st ch., Washington, D. C., 45; S. S., Divernon, Ill., 45; Miss Mabel Pepper, Aledo, Ill., 45; Y. L. Soc., Aledo, Ill., 15; Pathfinders, Philadelphia, 45; Mrs. A. C. Caskey, Detroit, Mich., 45; S. S. East ch., St. Paul, Minn., 22 50; S. S. class, Germantown Ave., Philadel phia, 12 25; King's Daughters, Batavia, N. Y., 15; Dr. J. J. Turner, Lincoln, Neb., 270; Mission sab-sch., Alamosa, Cal., 10; Sunbeam Circle, Williamsburg, O., 5; Infant class, Wilkinsburg, Pa., 3; Miss Wadsworth, 5; A friend, 30; Rev. Geo, Sluter, 17; Cash, 4; Friends, Joliet, Ill., 10; S. S., Woodland Park, Ill., 15; Ladies' Aid Soc., Newark, N. J., 30; Sale of brick, 693 17.

Total

Box 1024.

1551 92 12,815 39 JAMES ALLISON, Treasurer, Pittsburgh, Pa.

RECEIPTS FOR FREEDMEN, APRIL, 1889.

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MICHIGAN.-Detroit-Detroit Ch. of the Covenant, MINNESOTA. -St. Paul Hastings 1st, 2: Minneapolis Bloomington Ave., 7; Minneapolis Westminster sab-sch., Riverside, Hope, Prospect Park and 20th Ave. South missions, 113 22. Winona-La Crescent, 3 25. MISSOURI.-Kansas City-Tipton,

125 47 3.00

Jersey City

NEW JERSEY.-Elizabeth-Elizabeth 3d, 22. Carlstadt Ger. 1st, 1. Newton-Asbury 1st, 25. West JerseyClayton, 10; Greenwich sab-sch., 10. 68 00

NEW YORK.-Albany-Schenectady 1st, 47 98. BuffaloEast Hamburg, 3; Westfield, 37 25. Genesee-Byron, 5. Geneva-Waterloo, 10. Nassau-Newtown, 3 08. New YorkNew York Allen St., 5; New York Park, 43 60. North River -Millerton, 4. Otsego Stamford 1st, 20. St. LawrencePotsdam, 11 18. Steuben-Prattsburg, 4. Syracuse--La Fayette, 5. Utica-Westernville, 13.

212 09 OHIO-Bellefontaine-Patterson, 5. Chillicothe-Mt. Pleasant, 5 43; North Fork, 8; Union, 4; White Oak, 2. Cincinnati-Linwood Calvary ch., 2. Columbus--Columbus 5th Ave., 3 15. Dayton-Piqua, 38 40. Lima-St. Mary's, 2. Mahoning-Newton, 5; Pleasant Valley, 1; Salem, 17. Steubenville Carrollton, 8; New Philadelphia 1st, 3; Two Ridges sab-sch., 28.

131 98

3865

PACIFIC.--Benicia St. Helena, 8. Los Angeles-Riverside, 11 50. San José-Pleasant Valley, 2 65. Stockton-Stockton 1st, 16 50. PENNSYLVANIA.-Allegheny - Leetsdale, 15 37; Sharpsburg, 20. Blairsville-Johnstown Morrell sab-sch., 10 37. Butler-Centre, 6; Clintonville, 7; Martinsburg, 2; Petrolia, 1. Carlisle-Harrisburg 7th St., 2 25. Chester-Ridley Park, 8 22. Clarion-Edenburg, 3, Kittanning-Mt. Pleas ant, 4; Rockbridge, 4. Lackawanna-Ashley, 3; West Pittston, 60. Lehigh-Easton Brainerd, 91 63. PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Calvary, 253 90. Philadelphia Central-Philadelphia Central, 62 31; Philadelphia Northminster, 77 50. Philadelphia North-Hermon, 20. Pittsburgh-Chartiers, 10; Lebanon, 25; Mt. Carmel, 5; Pittsburgh East Liberty, 82 22, sab-sch., 136 67. Redstone-Be 1 Vernon, 3 39; Greensboro', 5. Shenango Sharpsville, 6 15. Washington Bethlehem sab-sch., 75 cts.; East Buffalo, 7; Lower Buffalo, 2 81; Washington 1st, 34 06, sab-sch., 43 24. Westminster-Wrightsville, 3.

1.

1015 84

TENNESSEE.-Union-Baker's Creek, 1 65; Maryville 2d, 2 65

WISCONSIN.-Madison Reedsburg, 5 75. MilwaukeeRichfield, 1: West Granville, 2. Winnebago-Fond du Lac 1st sab-sch., 5; Neenah, 20 48.

Total

MISCELLANEOUS.

B. F. Felt, Galena, Ill., 100; Miss Anna E. Cunningham, Schenectady, N. Y., 6; Rev. D. A. Wilson and wife, Milan, Mo., 3; Rev. G. R. Alden, Winter Park, Fla., 4; D. H. Gowing, Syracuse, N. Y., 5; Rev. J. C. Williams, Winnsboro', S. C., proceeds of sale of property, 100; German ch. connected with Kearney Presbytery, 7; Ladies' Home and Foreign Missionary Society, Seattle, W. T., 5...

Total receipts for April, 1889..

Box 1024.

34 23 $2003 82

230 00 $2233 82

JAMES ALLISON, Treasurer, Pittsburgh, Pa.

RECEIPTS FOR HOME ATLANTIC.-East Florida-Buffalo Bluffs, 2; Satsuma, 5; South Lake Weir, 5; St. Augustine, 32. Knox-Medway, 2. South Florida-Lakeland sab-sch., 3 08. 49 08 BALTIMORE-Baltimore--Annapolis 1st and sab-sch., 42; Baltimore Brown Memorial, 153 07; Westminster (sab-sch., 10), 105 60; Frederick City, 37; Havre de Grace sab-sch., 10; Piney Creek, "E. C.," 20. New Castle-Lewes sab-sch., 2 15;

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