A Spiritualist Register; with a Calendar and Speakers’ Almanac, for 1861; Facts, Philosophy, Statistics of Spiritualism. U[riah] Clark, Editor and Proprietor. Auburn, N. Y.: U. Clark, Spiritual Clarion Office.

General Register—Public Speakers; Mediums—Test, Healing, etc.; Journals, Wholly or in Part Devoted to Spiritualism; Schools; Healing Institutes; Home for the Friendless.

General Register
For the Clarion Spiritualist Register for 1861.

The names of Speakers, Mediums, Journals and Books are given without criticism or endorsement. The public must judge, and individuals be held responsible. Spiritualism has no sectarian organization; all persons stand individually accountable. This Register does not claim to be complete, though all possible efforts have been made by its Editor after an itinerancy through all of the Northern States, and a correspondence embracing the whole Union. Hundreds of speakers, and thousands of private mediums are not reported. No distinctions are made between normal, trance and inspirational speakers, as the spiritual gospel recognizes all genuine speakers more or less aided by invisible intelligences.

Public Speakers.

I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves; be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.—JESUS
NEW YORK—New York City—W. Fishbough, L. J. Pardee, T. L. Harris, T. C. Benning, R. T. Hallock, J. R. Orton, J. B. Dods, C. Partridge, Mr. Taylor, J. W. Edmonds, Mrs. A. M. Spence, Prof. Spence, Mrs. Eliza W. Farnham, Emma Hardinge, Mrs. Beebe Wilbour, R. P. Wilson, Ira B. Davis, R. K. Browne, Cora Scott, Mrs. E. J. French, Mrs. J. F. Coles.

Ira Hitchcock, J. D. Gage, Oneida; U. Clark, Auburn; H. K. Park, Baldwinsville; G. Weeden, Morris; A. E. Holbrook, Mrs. J. E. Price, H. Stoddard, Watertown; B. H. Davis, Poughkeepsie; A. G. Abbott, Hopkinton; I. V. Mapes, Webb’s Mills; H. M. Stewart, Penn Yan; H. Slade, Saratoga; G. W. Taylor, North Collins; G. B. Stebbins, Rochester; Mr. Plumb, Holly; H. W. Fish, Cortland; John Page, Elba; D. Lester, Mexico; Mrs. Frances Bond, Lockport; O. Abbott, Buffalo; J. Francis, Stockholm; Miss Amelia J. Dods, Brooklyn; O. B. Scott, Woodville; C. H. Baldwin, Napoli; A. Hogeboom, Erieville; M. Wright, Victor; John Ganswyk, Syracuse; M. Sheldon, Delphi; G. S. Hicks, Peterboro; J. F. Walker, Glens Falls.

J. O. Ransom, Smyrna; Mrs. J. Crowley, Victory; Mrs. Palmer, Big Flats; J. W. Seaver, Mr. Walker, Byron Centre; Mrs. Edgeworth, Rochester; S. Cooper, Mrs. L. L. Griffen, Warsaw; G. M. Jackson, H. A. Johnson, Prattsburg; L. R. Lombard, Phebe J. Howland, Mrs. Ruth Clark, West Walworth; W. O. Moffit, Pulaski, Mrs. H. Halsted, Ledyard; Mrs. L. A. Bulfinch, Mrs. H. Leiber, Spafford; A. Barbor, Scott; S. P. Hamlin, O. Curtis, Solsville; Mrs. Tuksbury, Mount Morris; Mary Jane King, Auburn; L. B. Hyatt, Mrs. K. Goodrich, Ithaca; Dwight Broadrick, Little Falls; Mrs. W. Woolsen, North Scriba; R. G. Livingston, Genoa; Miss E. Lowe, Leon; Mrs. S. S. Chappel, Phoenix; H. Northrop, Georgetown; Mrs. A. Mapels, Milford; Joel Tiffany, Syracuse; J. H. Randrill, Killawog; Mrs. F. O. Hyzer, Spencerport; E. S. Wheeler, Newburg; Miss Susan M. Johnson, Brooklyn, W. Woolsen, North Scriba; Miss A. P. Bently, Oriskany Falls; Lyman C. Howe, Dunkirk; H. Morgon, Randolph; J. H. Jenks, Jenksville; G. F. Baker, Middle Granville; Joel Pratt, Williamstown; A. G. Donnelly, Bennetsburg.

MASSACHUSETTS—A. E. Newton, L. B. Monroe, John Hobart, H. F. Gardner, J. C. Cluer, E. S. Wheeler, J. S. Loveland, B. Danforth, O. H. Wellington, P. B. Randolph, Boston; D. F. Godard, Chelsea; Allen Putnam, A. B. Child, Roxbury, R. Elmer, Springfield; T. W. Higginson, Worcester; J. J. Locke, South Reading; George Stearns, West Acton; D. J. Mandell, Athol; H. Barber, Warwick; L. C. Welch, Stoughton; John Pierpont, West Medford; Dexter Dana, East Boston; E. R. Eaton, South Hanson; H. L. Bowker, Natick; Cora Wilburn, Lynn; C. T. Irish, Taunton; F. T. Lane, Mrs. E. C. Clark, Mrs. M. B. Kenney, Lawrence; C. P. Riker, Lowell; Mrs. B. B. Chase, West Harwich; E. R. Young, Quincy; H. A. Eaton, R. Hassell, A. B. Newcomb, address unknown.

J. R. M. Squires, Miss R. F. Amedy, Miss E. Smith, L. K. Coonley, L. Moody, Mrs. Sawyer, Miss E. Houston, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Young, Mrs. E. Clough, Mrs. H. R. Burt, Miss M. Munson, Miss M. E. Brown, Miss Sarah A. Magoun, Boston; Miss L. A. Jewett, Mrs. S. M. Bliss, Springfield; C. H. Crowell, Watertown; Miss Vesta J. Burrell, Randolph; N. S. Greenleaf, Lowell; Mrs. J. Puffer, North Hanson; G. Goward, Stoughton; Almira Pease, South Wilbraham; Miss Whipple, Mrs. Nickenson, Worcester; J. L. Potter, Ware; Miss S. M. Johnson, Medford; W. W. Perry, North Bridgwater; Mrs. F. B. Felton, Northampton; Mrs. L. Johnson, Mrs. Barber, Mrs. J. Baker, Dudley; George Hitchcock, George Upham, Brimfield; S. S. Upham, Randolph; J. H. Harris, George W. Keene, addresses not reported; H. A. Tucker, Foxboro; A. C. Robinson, S. Fellows, Fall River; Miss Lizzie Doten, Miss B. A. Rider, Plymouth; J. H. Currier, Mrs. J. W. Currier, Lowell; T. C. Moody, Salem; Miss Fannie Davis, Milford; Miss E. E. Gibson, Barre; S. B. Brittan, Lancaster; F. Robinson, Marblehead; Mrs. J. B. Farnsworth, Fitchburg; C. C. Flagg, Charlestown; Mrs. Sarah Byrnes, East Cambridge; Miss E. F. Atkins, Jamaica Plain; S. Tyrrell, Roxbury; F. G. Gurnsey, Duxbury; R. Thayer, South Boston; C. H. Dellfield, Boston; Mrs. H. Mathews, Lowell.

VERMONT—T. Middleton, Mrs. Hull, Woodstock; H. Elkins, Williston; D. Chapin, Huntington; H. P. Cutting, Castleton; Miss A. W. Sprague, Plymouth; Mrs. M. S. Townsend, Bridgewater; Mrs. S. A. Horton, Sudbury; Mrs. A. B. Manchester, West Randolph; Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. Cook, Rutland; Mrs. M. A. Brown, Sandusky; J. Rodgers, Bethel; Mrs. Electa B. Bemis, Dummerston; Miss S. Bradley, Dover; Mrs. G. Pratt, West Braintree; Mrs. Wilbur, Williston; Helen Temple, Bennington Centre; Mrs. A. P. Tompson, Waterbury; Miss H. M. Eddy, Huntington; A. E. Simmons, Woodstock; Mrs. E. Cushman, Ripton; B. V. Wright, Montpelier; Mrs. Z. Lamb, West Randolph; Mrs. Payne, Leicester.

NEW HAMPSHIRE—J. Elliot, Franklin; J. P. Boody, Laconia; W. Brown, Drewsville; Mrs. Danforth, Miss White, Miss Houstin, Mrs. J. B. Smith, Manchester; J. H. Shepherd, South Ackworth; Mrs. C. Hutchinson, Milford; W. L. Johnson, Exeter; D. C. O’Daniels, Richmond; D. N. Brown, Drewsville; Mrs. Laura M. Hollis, Manchester.

MAINE—Jabez C. Woodman, Mrs. S. Sleight, Portland; Gibson Smith, Camden; M. Taylor, W. K. Ripley, Bradford; H. G. Cole, Portland; H. Cutler, A. P. Pierre, Belfast; G. B. Hopkins, Oldtown; Mary Moran, Hallowell; R. M. Smith, Hampden; Mrs. A. C. Cram, Mrs. Haskell, Bucksfield; J. L. Lovell, Yarmouth; Mrs. Rockwood, Mrs. Pray, Mrs. Keen, Augusta; Miss E. Cunningham, Bradford; J. N. Hodges, Monroe; Mrs. C. F. Works, Bangor; H. P. Osgood, Dover; C. A. Hayden, Livermore Falls; Mrs. I. Thomas, Bucksport; A. B. Hall, New Sharon; J. H. Williams, Skowhegan; D. H. Hamilton, Lewiston; L. P. Rand, Bradley; Mrs. J. S. Haskell, Auburn; Mrs. J. F. Doan, Lincoln; J. E. Jordan, Stockton; Mrs. Morse, N. P. Bean, Searsmont; J. N. Hodges, Monroe; E. B. Averill, Dover.

RHODE ISLAND—Mrs. Mary A. Macomber, Olneyville.

CONNECTICUT—H. B. Storer, George Beckwith, New Haven; Leo Miller, Miss H. E. Monell, Hartford; J. L. D. Otis, Norwich; J. H. Curtis; Mrs. A. M. Middlebrook, Bridgeport; Mrs. E. D. Simons, G. M. Rice, Williamsville; S. Miller, Levi Kinney, Tompson; Mrs. H. Puffer, Hartford; Miss Howe, Windsor; Mrs. J. S. Miller, New Haven; J. Pettis, Putnam; Mrs. Wood, Daysville; Miss M. Beckweth, New Haven; Mrs. T. Howe, Winsor; Mrs. Simons, Bristol; N. Bowers, Winsor; H. P. Fairfield, Putnam; J. S. Loveland, Willimantic; Mrs. M. J. Wilcoxson, Stratford.

NEW JERSEY—G. C. Stewart, William Miller, Newark; Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Davis, Orange; Mrs. C. A. Robins, A. C. Styles, Hammonton.

PENNSYLVANIA—Mr. Rhen, Dr. Harvey, J. E. Churchill, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Kingbury, Philadelphia; Miss Washburn, Warren; J. E. Parkhurst, Elkland; A. M. Townshend, New Brighton; B. Davis, Rockton; Harvey De Wolf, Northeast; Jerome Fuller, Cornelia Kinney, Spartansburg; W. Clark.

MICHIGAN—Warren Chase, G. W. Nichols, A. P. Averill, J. M. Peebles, Battle Creek; Elder Farley, Burr Oak; H. Foster, Mendon; H. S. Dille, Three Rivers; Mrs. M. J. Kutz, Cannon; F. L. H. Willis, E. B. Louden, Coldwater; E. Case, Jr., Osseo; M. Van Avery, Madison.

A. B. Whiting, J. S. Brown, Mrs. Eastman, Albion; C. L. Colvin, Pontiac; Mary E. Avery, Bellevue; G. Marsh, Mrs. J. Fowler, Adrian; E. Woodworth, Leslie; William Orr, Monroe City; Mr. and Mrs. Bates, Coldwater; T. H. Graham, Mrs. Camp, Dover; George Shaffer, Cambridge; C. Wykoff, Sarah J. Hallenback, Ypsilanti; Mrs. D. Chadwick, Lindon; P. Johnson, Laphamville; W. L. Jamison, Kalamazoo; Dr. Mason, Deerfield; Mrs. C. M. Stowe, Vandalia; E. V. Wilson, Elisha Chase, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. McAlpine, Port Huron.

OHIO—O. L. Sutliff, Ravenna; William Hueston, Perrysburg; J. S. Finny, Plato; H. Tuttle, Berlin Heights; F. Gale, Columbus; H. F. M. Brown, J. H. W. Toohey, S. P. Leland, W. A. D. Hume, Cleveland; L. E. Barnard, Mr. Robertson, Dr. Morrison, Akron; Almon Gage, Hamilton; B. P. Barnum, Rochester; Mrs. Kellenberger and Matthias, Chillicothe; V. C. Hunt, Madison; Mrs. S. E. Warner, Milan; A. B. French, Clyde; O. P. Kellogg, Newton Falls; Mr. and Mrs. A. Parker, Selma; Mrs. Whipple, Starkie; Dr. J. Cooper, Bellefontaine; Mrs. Carter, Pittsfield; G. Pond, Mrs. M. Sargent, Marion; L. Harris, M. Vincent, M. Scott, Berkshire; W. H. Crittenden, Grafton; G. E. Walcutt, B. W. Freeman, William Robertson, Columbus; Mrs. L. Baker, Painesville; J. B. Campbell, Mary Amphlett; Anna M. Carver, S. G. Foster, Cincinnati, Lovell Beebe, North Ridgeville; Miss Bartlett, Green Springs; M. Gray, Mrs. M. Smith, Harmony; Mary Hause, Mary Van Syckle, S. Van Syckle, Mrs. H. Williams, Marengo; A. A. Pond, New London; Mrs. S. M. Tompson, Toledo; Mrs. H. M. Miller, Ashtabula; Miss J. E. Burdick, Clyde; A. E. Carpenter, Columbia; Mrs. Daniels, Westfield; H. M. Fay, Akron; E. Whipple, Chagrin Falls; E. D. Ensign, Mrs. L. Brigham, Mt. Gilead; D. T. Ward, Mansfield; S. Griffith, Centerville; Dr. Kellogg, Arcadia; Mrs. Pollard, Columbus; Dr. Pease, Cincinnati.

ILLINOIS—R. O. Old, Mr. Trusdell, Elgin; J. C. Smith, Judge Boardman, Ira Porter, H. Waukegan; H. Snow, Rockford; W. Hammond, Wayne Station; Samuel Clark, Beaverton; Libbie Higgins, Chicago; J. P. Greenleaf, Lasalle; Mrs. H. E. Clafton, Dundee; S. Park, Poplar Grove; Isabella Scougall, Miss Hulett, Rockford; Mrs. Abbey Warner Smith, unknown; C. Linda, Alton; Mrs. McCoy, Daysville; Mrs. J. Munn, Campton; B. Todd, Minoka; S. S. Jones, St. Charles; P. Hagell, Liberty; W. Warren, Waukesha; W. Rockwood, Rockford; A. W. Benton, Fulton.

WISCONSIN—N. P. Tallmadge, Fon du Lac; E. B. Wheelock, Edgarton Rock; J. Baker, Cooksville; A. J. Clarke, Milwaukee; Miss Laura De Force, Lacrosse; Emma Jay Bullene, Geneva; Caleb Miller, Elkhart; Mrs. Houghton, Elkhorn; L. P. Griggs, Evansville; G. W. Holliston, Mr. Tupper, S. Passo, Beloit.

INDIANA—W. A. Peffer, J. Merrifield, Mishawaka; Elder Fish, Goshen; M. F. Shuey, Elkhart; Mrs. Mary Thomas, Richmond; Mrs. J. R. Streeter, Crown Point; Mrs. P. Pierson, Knightstown; A. P. Bowman, Angola; S. Niles, Mrs. E. L. Tallmadge, Laporte; A. G. Parker, L. Anderson, T. W. Cook; John Hobart, Indianapolis; J. H. Hudson, Terre Haute; C. Holt, Delphi; J. T. Rouse, Brighton; Miss Gustine, Michigan City.

MARYLAND—W. N. Laning, Baltimore.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA—Dr. Cragin, Georgetown

TENNESSEE—J. B. Ferguson, Nashville

IOWA—Dr. N. Adams, Miss Oliver, J. S. Harper, J. T. Rouse; C. P. Sanford, Hardin.


SOUTH CAROLINA—Joel M. Clayton, Walhalla; Dixon L. Davis, Cross Anchor.

GEORGIA—L. F. W. Andrews, Macon.

CANADA WEST—J. Baker, Cookstown; R. Harris, Toronto.

TRAVELLING—R. P. Ambler, John Mayhew, Mrs. Van Dusen, Mr. and Mrs. Morell, F. L. Wadsworth, J. M. Holland, Mrs. Frankenstein, Mrs. C. M. Hawley, Mrs. Ostrander, N. Frank White, H. H. Tator.

Total speakers reported: 475.

Reports unavoidably incomplete from every part of the country.


Mediums—Test, Healing, Etc.

There are diversities of gifts and operations—PAUL

Under the head of Test Mediums various phenomena are included: Healing Mediums include those called clairvoyant, &c.

NEW YORK—New York City—Test: Ann L. Brown, Katy Fox, Miss Smith, Mrs. Banker, Mrs. Beck, Mrs. Kellogg, G. A. and A. N. Redman, Miss Cole, Mrs. Malone, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. S. A. Graham, Miss S. J. Irish, Mr. Colchester, Mrs. Statz, Mrs. H. M. Baldwin.

Healing, etc.—Mrs. French, Mrs. Tower, Mrs. Gourlay, Mrs. Bradley, W. C. Hussey, Mrs. Norris, Mrs. Reed, John Scott, Mrs. Mitchell, Mary Towne, Julia Lounsbury, Mrs. Leon, Mrs. Lines, N. Wheeler, Mrs. Chapin, Mrs. Rodgers, R. P. Wilson, W. O. Page, Mrs. S. R. Page, A. G. Wolfe, I. G. Atwood, Mrs. W. R. Hayden, Mrs. M. L. Vanhaughton, Mrs. S. E. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. O. Abbot, Mrs. C. J. Gould, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fish; Mrs. P. A. Furguson.

N. W. Bruce, Lockport; A. G. Fellows, Albion; A. B. Smith, Rondout; Mrs. Gay, Canastota; Mrs. Goodrich, Ithaca; H. M. Dunbar, Penn Yan; Mrs. Susan Corwin, Dr. Price, Mrs. Barnes, Syracuse; I. D. Seeley, Milford; J. B. Hartwell, Smyrna; C. S. Johnson, Mrs. White, A. B. Graves, Nelson; Dr. Kenyon, Albany; J. Beagle, Niles; W. Livingston, A. Stoddard, E. Acker, Poughkeepsie; A. M. Convis, Bridgewater; Mrs. Loomis, Willowvale; Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Baker, Elba; T. B. Edgarton, Jamesville; Dr. P. P. King, King’s Ferry; Mr. Long, Corfu; S. C. Kingsley, North Stockholm; Dr. E. Andrews, Albany; J. Bently, P. Curtis, Utica; H. Merrill, A. C. English, Batavia; Mrs. S. Chamberlin, LeRoy; Mrs. Tuttle, Byron; Mr. and Mrs. Swain, Buffalo; J. F. Carter, Laona; Mrs. M. C. Lewis, Watkins; Mrs. Mayo, Watertown; Mrs. C. L. George, Auburn; J. W. Wood, Watertown; L. Hakes, Cicero Corners; Mrs. Town, Shawangunk; W. Stratton, Brooklyn.

Tests—Davenport Boys, Sarah Brooks, Buffalo; Mrs. J. R. Robinson, Syracuse; J. B. Conklin, Morrissania.

MASSACHUSETTS—Boston—Test—Mrs. Bean, Mrs. Covert, Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Burt, Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Conant.

Healing—Charles Main, W. F. Osborn, Mrs. C. L. Newton, W. E. Rice, H. C. Gordan, Mrs. Kemlo, J. W. Greenwood, Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs. L. B. Smith, N. C. Lewis, A. B. Newcomb, Mrs. Phelps, H. E. Atwood, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. and Miss Waterman, C. H. Crowell, Mrs. B. K. Little, W. H. Nutter, J. T. G. Pike, Mrs. E. B. Danforth, C. C. York, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Bremen, Mrs. F. L. Hyde, Mrs. P. Clark, Miss Moulton, Mrs. A. W. Delafolie, J. Estes, J. R. Newton; Mrs. Latham, Mrs. Lull, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Rockwood, Mrs. Harlow, Mrs. Riker. Answering sealed letters—J V. Mansfield, L. L. Farnsworth. Painting—Mrs. Kendall, Mr. Wolcott. J. D. Styles, writing.

Healing—J. A. Bassett, William Holland, Salem; Mrs. Patt, Malden; Mrs. Young, Charlestown; Mrs. Dexter, Warre; Mrs. Sidney, Fitchburg; Mrs. Nightengale, West Randolph; Mrs. G. W. Walker, Lowell; D. R. Stockwell, Webster; Mrs. Amsden, Barre; Mrs. Barber, Dudley; J. Jamison, Oxford; Mrs. H. Allcoud, Roxbury; A. Smith, Mansfield; Mrs. L. Tribou, Hanover; B. H. Crandon, Plymouth; G. H. Martin, C. M. Goward, Stoughton; Dr. E. Lynn, Lowell.

Test—C. H. Foster, Salem. Rapping—Mrs. Johnson and Headly, Dudley.

Physical—S. Fish, Miss Ide, Webster. Writing—Miss S. Ide, Webster; Mrs. Barber, Dudley; Mrs. Prouty, Brimfield; Mrs. Hall, Warren. Trance—J. Pryor, Marblehead; G. Upham, G. Hitchcock, Brimfield; Mrs. Cheeney, Athol.

RHODE ISLAND—Healing—Mrs. Frances H. Green, Julia A. Stone, Mrs. J. S. Forrest, L. A. Cooper, D. W. Snell, Providence; J. C. Grenell, Newport.

CONNECTICUT—Healing, etc.—Mrs. J. R. Mettler, D. Norton, John R. Reade, Mrs. S. F. Perkins, Hartford; Calvin Hall, Somers; Emeline R. Merritt, Windsor; Mrs. Wood, Daysville; D. D. Cady, Putnam.

Trance—L. Kinney, S. Miller, Mrs. Guile, Thompson. Raps—Miss F. Jordan, New Boston. Writing—Sarah Dearth, Tompson; Mrs. Pettis, Putnam; W. Keith, Mrs. N. A. Keith, healing, etc.—Tolland.

MAINE—Healing, etc.—Mrs. J. Snow, Mrs. M. S. Merithew, Mr. Stevens, O. B. Lane, Bangor; Mrs. Bremhall, Belfast; C. Thomas, Camden; Susan W. Jackson, Hampden; R. Severance, Bradford; B. Colson, Monroe; J. C. Rand, Troy; E. P. Whitman, Bucksfield.

Trance, etc.—J. W. Curtis, Mrs. A. Stevens, Bangor; Mrs. Leach, Brewer; Mrs. Thomas, E. Stackpole, Elsworth.

Rapping, etc.—Mrs. J. H. Brown, Mrs. E. R. Pierce, Bangor; J. P. Cotton, Searsport; Annie Lord Chamberlain, Portland.

VERMONT—Healing, etc.—Mrs. Hall, Woodstock; J. M. Holt Bridgewater; Lucy Cook, Montpelier; Mrs. Whitmore, Reading; Mrs. Cady, West Windsor; Mrs. Cunningham, Gaysville; J. Eastbrook, Troy; A. F. Stevens, Danby; E. A. Smith, Brandon.

Arm-imprints—Miss Coggswell, Middlebury.

Writing—Miss M. Leavens, Berkshire.

Tongues—Mr. Davis, Barnard.

NEW JERSEY—Healing, etc.—Mrs. Tufts, Jersey City; Mrs. L. L. Platt, New Brunswick.

PENNSYLVANIA—T. S. Chase, Mrs. J. S. Johnson, S. H. Paist, Miss Lukins, Philadelphia; Mrs. Ward, Carbondale; Mrs. Washburn, Bradford; Mrs. Woodard, Fleet, Scott, near Carbondale; J. Tuttle, J. T. Aikin, Meadville; C. Miller, Harbor Creek; S. T. Washburn, Orwell.

OHIO—Healing, etc.—Dr. J. Cooper, J. Miller, R. Pash, Emma Shaffleton, Bellefontaine; G. C. Eaton, Mrs. L. Tucker, Cleveland; J. E. Morrison, Akron; Mrs. M. Barrett, Geneva; Mary Phillips, Conneaut; J. Justice, Fremont; W. H. Brown, Gainesville; Mrs. Shakespeare, Newton Falls; J. S. King, Ravenna; E. M. Cook, Mansfield; Mrs. E. Gardner, Cardington; Mrs. K. Smith, Marion; John Walters, J. W. Reed, Chillicothe; J. M. Campbell, Fort Recovery; G. H. Stewart, Clyde; Sarah A. Shaw, North Ridgeville; Mrs. Lusk, Mrs. Snevelly, H. L. Warren, Dayton; A. Laporte, E. James, Zanesville; C. E. Dorman, Cincinnati.

Painting—G. E. Walcutt, Columbus; J. Cooper, Bellefontaine.

Improvising—Miss Burdick, Clyde.

Test—B. Barker, Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Bellvue; Miss S. Griswold, Writing, Cleveland.

Physical—Mrs. Earle, Newton Falls; Smith’s Spirit Rooms, Cardington; Van Sickle’s Spirit Rooms, Berkshire.

MICHIGAN—Healing—Mr. And Mrs. Dr. Irish, Ann Arbor; N. Clark, Hudson; A. Chase, Cannonsburg; G. Bansell, Moscow; W. W. Curtis, R. G. Spaulding, J. C. Murch, Jonesville; Mrs. Fowler, Mr. Mosher, Mosherville; E. C. Dunn, Battle Creek; D. P. Kellogg, Saline; M. E. Dunn, Mr. Silsby, Adrian; H. Slade, Albion; Mrs. Hawkins, White Pigeon; A. G. Wild, Forestville; H. S. Pelton, Plymouth.

INDIANA—Test, etc.—Mrs. McKellip, Mrs. Parton, Laporte.

Healing—Mrs. F. M. Shuey, Elkhart; J. H. Hill, E. Ellton, Knightstown; Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Indianapolis; J. Huddleston, Dublin; S. B. Collins, Laporte.

Test—Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. E. Carr, Mishawaka; Mrs. Webster, Mrs. W. W. Bement, South Bend; G. H. and A. B. Stockham, Lafayette; Cathcart’s Spirit Rooms, Laporte.

ILLINOIS—Healing—Mrs. D. R. Judkins, Springfield; Mrs. A. Swift, Aurora; Mrs. N. Ladd, Rockford; A. Severance, Mrs. E. Vesper, Dixon; Emma E. Pitcher, Chicago; Ruth M. Wonsor, Erie; Mrs. T. J. Kenworthy, Parks Corner; Mrs. B. H. Morrill, Mrs. Bradbury, Rockford; Julia A. Warren, J. H. Mendenhall, Rockton.

Painting—W. P. Anderson, La Salle.

Test—Ada L. Hoyt, Chicago.

WISCONSIN—Healing—Mrs. Palmeter, Racine; Mrs. P. Bachelor, Oshkosh; Mrs. A. C. Giltner, Waupum; Mrs. Ferguson, Monroe; Dr. Lathrop, Janesville; Mrs. Walter Hyde, Pierceville; Mr. And Mrs. E. B. Wheelock, Edgarton Rock.

IOWA—Healing—I. Tompson, Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. J. Holton.

KENTUCKY—Healing—Mrs. D. C. French, Louisville.

MINNESOTA—Dr. Woodworth, Lake City.

MISSOURI—Healing, R. P. Cobb, William F. Van Vleck.

CANADA WEST—Healing, etc.—C. B. Tompson, St. Catherines.

Whole number reported: 345

Reports necessarily imperfect from all sections.

Journals Wholly or in Part Devoted to Spiritualism

SPIRITUAL CLARION—The Facts, Philosophy, Religion, Reform and Freedom of Spiritualism. Published every other week; one dollar; U. Clark, Auburn, N. Y.

BANNER OF LIGHT—Weekly Journal of Romance, Literature, General Intelligence, Spiritual reports, etc.; two dollars; Berry, Colby & Co., 3 ½ Brattle St., Boston, Mass.

SUNBEAM—Semi-monthly spiritual journal; one dollar and fifty cents for fifty-two numbers; Dr. C. D. Griswold, Cleveland, O.

SPIRITUAL REFORMER—Small radical spiritual monthly; fifty cents; Greene & Butts, Hopedale, Mass.

RISING TIDE—Weekly, Spiritual; one dollar and fifty cents; D. P. Daniel, Independence, Iowa.

CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALIST—One dollar and fifty cents; L. F. W. Andrews, Macon, Ga.

HERALD OF PROGRESS—Weekly, devoted to the Discovery and Application of Truth; two dollars; A. J. Davis & Co., 274 Canal St., New York.

SPIRITUAL LEADER—First number just issued; one dollar and fifty cents; Dr. P. B. Randolph, Boston, Mass.

SPIRITUAL MAGAZINE—Monthly, 6d a copy; F. Pitman, 20 Paternoster Row, London, England.


Joel Tiffany’s, Syracuse, N. Y.

Jason F. Walker’s, Glens Falls, N. Y.

Dr. O. H. Wellington’s, suspended in preparations for new arrangements.

Bedford Seminary, Harmonia, Battle Creek, Mich.

New England Union University, unfinished.

Healing Institutes

Mr. and Mrs. Dr. L. C. George, Auburn, N. Y.

Charles Main, 7 Davis Street, Boston, Mass.

John Scott, 36 Bond Street, New York.

Mrs. E. J. French, 8 Fourth Avenue, New York.

I. G. Atwood, 88 East 16th Street, New York.

A. B. Smith, Rondout, N. Y.

W. O. Page, 47 West 27th Street, New York.

Mrs. C. D. French, Louisville, Ky.

Dr. J. Cooper, Bellfontaine, O.

A. C. Stiles, Hammonton, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mettler, Hartford, Ct.

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