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NEW YORK:

THE AMERICAN BAPTIST HOME MISSION SOCIETY,

III Fifth Avenue, corner 18th St.

1832. The American Baptist Home Mission Society. 1901.

The General Missionar:y Organization of American Baptists for the Evangelization

of North America.
Ost $606,000 needed Annually. Evo

THREE DEPARTMENTS : 1. MISSIONARY. 2. EDUCATIONAL. 3. CHURCH EDIFICE.

OFICERS:
PRESIDENT.-E. M. THRESHER, Esq., Ohio.

. SANDREW'MCLÉISH, EsQ , Ill.
VICE-PRESIDENTS.—3 TULIUS J. ESTEV. Ésq., Vt.
TREASURER.-FRANK R. HATHAWAY, Esen., N. Y.

o LEONARD F, REQUA, Esq., N Y.
AUDITORS. EDGAR L. MARSTON. Eso.. N. Y
COR. SECRETARY.-THOMAS J. MORGAN, LL.D., N. Y.
ASSISTANT COR. SEC.-Rev, ALEXANDER TURNBWILL, N. J.
FIELD SECRETARY.-H. L. MOREHOUSE, D.D., N. V

REC. SECRETARY.-A. S. HOBART, D.D., N. Y.'
CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD.

SECRETARY OF BOARD.
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Minneapolis, Minn.
The French in N. E.- Rev. J. N. Williams, 19 Arch St.,

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Colorado.
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W. Washington.-Rev. W. E. Randall, Tacoma.
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Spokane, Wash.
Oregon.-Rev. Geo. R. Varney, Portland.
Northern California.- Rev. E. R, Bennett, Oakland.
8. Cal. and Arizona.- Rev. C. T. Douglass, Pasadena, Cal.
Eastern Cuba.-H. R. Moseley, D.D., Santiago.
Porto Rico.-Rev. H. P. McCormick, San Juan.

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delphia, Pa. 4. Lake.-Mich. and Ohio.-E. H. E. Jameson, D.D.,

106 Smith Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 5. Wabash. Ind. and South Ill.–Rev. S. C. Fulmer,

912 East 15th St., Indianapolis, Ind. 6. Chicago.-N. Ill. and Wis.-J. B.Thomas, D.D., 324

Dearborn St., Monon Bldg., Chicago, Ill. 7. Upper Mississippi.- Minn., N. D. and S. D.-O.

A. Williams. D.D., Minneapolis, Minn. 8. Central.-Iowa, Nebr., Ks., and Col., Ind. and

Okla. Ter's.-Rev. D. D. Proper, Des Moines, Ia. 9. Pacific Coast.-Ore., Wash. No. Idaho, Nev,

Ariz., Alaska, and Calif.-C. A. Wooddy, D.D., 302

Goodnough Building, Portland, Ore. 10. Kanawha.-W. Va.-W. E. Powell, D.D. Parkers

burg, W. Va.

GENERAL MISSIONARIES (Colored)

AND EDUCATIONAL SECRETARIES.
Arkansas.-Rev. J. H. Hoke, Little Rock.
Georgia.-Rev. E. P. Johnson, Atlanta, Ed. Sec.
Kentucky.-P. H. Kennedy, Louisville,
Missouri.-H. N. Bouey, D.D., Springfield.
North Carolina.- Rev. J. A. Whitted, Raleigh.
Tennessee.-Rev. Thos. J. Searcy, Memphis, Ed. Sec.
Texas.-
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In the transmission of funds, send Drafts on New York, Post Office or Express Orders, made payable to the order of "THE AMERICAN BAPTIST HOME MISSION SOCIETY.” Local checks are subject to a charge for collection.

Form of Bequest to the Society." I give and bequeath to the American Baptist Home Mission Society, tormed in New York in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-two, the sum of...................for the general purposes of said Society."

Be very careful to comply with the requirements of the law in making your will. A BETTER WAY The Society will receive your money now, giving a bond for the payment to you of an annuity during life it you so desire it,

HOME * Ission * MONTHLY.

VOL. XXIII.

FEBRUARY, 1901.

No. 2

* * EDITORIAL. * * Have you renewed your subscription to cluding sermons from representative the MONTHLY! If not, this is a good preachers. time to do so. When you write tell us what you think of the MONTHLY, and sug

Dr. E. E. Chivers, after four years, gest any way in which you think it may faithful and efficient service as the secrebe improved. We are always glad of sug- tary and executive head of the Baptist gestions, and are not afraid of criticisnis. Young People's Union, has felt con

strained to lay down the burdens of his In making your annual contribution office, and return to the pastorate. By for home missions do not forget the sug- his self-denying and valuable service, Dr. gestion of the Committee that you add Chivers has made a deep impression upon fifty per cent to the usual amount, to en- the Young People's movement, and has able the Society to undertake advance endeared himself to multitudes of friends work.

in all parts of the land. We regret very

much that he could not have retained his Do not fail to read the admirable ad- office for many years, and we sincerely dress of Dr. Williams, which we publish hope that his successor will be relieved of in this number.

the crushing financial burden which has

been so large a factor of discouragement We rejoice in the success that waits and so great a hindrance to success. upon the effort of the Methodists to raise : a twentieth century fund of $20,000,000. The Baptists of Great Britain and Ire

land are attempting to raise from five The Baptist Union of Great Britain and hundred thousand Baptists a twentieth Ireland has sent a special request to the century fund of £250,000, or $1,250,000. Home Mission and other American Bap- In October, Rev. J. H. Shakespeare retist societies to appoint delegates to at ported that £153,000 had been secured. tend the next meeting of the Union, to be As they have until April 21, 1902, in held in Edinburgh next October. We which to make payments, the movement shall be very glad to receive the names of will undoubtedly be successful. It is any American Baptists who expect to be said that the effort has greatly stimuin Edinburgh at that time.

lated the churches, awakened new interest

in denominational life and work, and is The Pan-American Exposition which being marked by a large increase of spiritis to be held at Buffalo during the sum- uality. It is proposed to distribute the mer and fall promises to be exceedingly fund as follows: £125,000 for the great interesting. We are very glad that under forward movement in evangelization; the leadership of the New York Evange- £30,000 for the assistance of weaker list arrangements are being perfected for churches in the maintenance of their the holding of daily religious services, in pastors; £30,000 for the annuity fund for

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aged ministers, and for ministers' widows on its achievements and prosperity, and and orphans; £6,000 for the establish- wish for them a long future and great ment of scholarships; £34,000 for the usefulness in the important city where erection of the Baptist Church House, their lot is cast. £25,000 for educational and other objects.

When you make your will do not fail to

remember the great cause of the evangeliThe grippe seems epidemic in almost zation of America. A conservative estiall parts of the country. It is estimated mate places the population of the United that not less than two hundred and fifty States before the close of the present centhousand are afflicted with the disease in tury, at not less than three hundred Greater New York alone. In its worst million. Think what that means! How form it is a dreadful disease. One of the important it is that they shall be Chrisworst features is its attack upon the ner- tiansi The Home Mission Society is vous system, undermining the will, lead- girding itself anew for the performance of ing to despondency. Festus has pictured its portion of the mighty task of winning the experience of many a luckless victim North America for Christ. It can be of the grippe in these striking words: done. It ought to be done. It will be

" It is sad

done if the Christians of the present genTo see the light of beauty wane away, eration do their duty. If you cannot Know eyes are dimming, bosoms shriveling, give your money now, do not fail to make feet

provision in your will for carrying on this Losing their spring, and limbs their lily

important work. During the last twenty roundness: But it is worse to feel our heart-spring gone: years the Society has received from legTo lose hope, care not for the coming thing, acies alone nearly two million dollars, an And feel all things go to decay with us, average of nearly one hundred thousand As 'twere our life's eleventh month."

a year. One of these bequests was the Such seasons come as severe tests of magnificent sum of two hundred and moral heroism and Christian fortitude. forty thousand dollars. Do not be afraid

of making your gift too large. "The First Baptist Church at Helena, Forin of a bequest to the Society:Mont., organized by Rev. T. J. Mason, a

“I give and bequeath to the American missionary of this Society, recently cele- Baptist Home Mission Society, formed in brated the twentieth anniversary of its New York in the year eighteen hundred organization, covering the period of Bap- and thirty-two, the sum of ----or the tist work in the State. Ex-Governor general purposes of said Society.” Leslie presided, and the church was well See that your will is correctly drawn filled with members and friends. Seven of and properly witnessed. the original members are still with the church, five being present at the meeting. The death of Dr. G. W. Northrup, of From the weakness and the struggles of the Divinity School of the University of its earlier history the church has devel- Chicago, on December 30, 1900, removes oped into a strong and active body, now a very prominent figure from the Baptist under the pastorate of Rev. J. F. McNa- ranks. He was born at Antwerp, N. Y., mee. Pastors of neighboring churches October 15, 1825; graduated from Willwere present to bear fraternal greetings, iams College 1854; from Rochester Theoand the occasion was one of great interest logical Seminary in 1857. After having to all present.

taught church history at Rochester for We congratulate the church and pastor ten years, he became, in 1867, president

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