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L 01 AMEP1I B P to i t i1 1LIt J It L 1 a iIjIf r 40 f d dUh XXVI NO 36 LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY AUGUST 18 1903 ESTABLISII iWiMf PI r fry LIFE OF FAITH r Si THE OTHER SHORE Some hang i there will surely be irrIVILI1 Borne that cross thiti silent caar homeri 4 t A monarch tbr may kinship trare 7 Amiil that vttHiil anti ihn slave 1 Ttif cruel there will shelter aeuk- v TIK proud czaaugi places with the meek The rnttr ther the lave may bu i The aiavH without a uuain go tree The foolish hern bt there the whir Their folly there the nhruwd Burprise The poor have gather for the skle3 i The riches thai the UKttla priZf The dUll eternui mauHiou sold i Fur lut of tlinlludaod ofiIr The Juds may be the culprit th re Tho ulprll retinir judgment fair i The lowly outs be placed on htJh 4 TliH iiituMhty tints unioticed lie The liied onts of ear that die 2ITtione clmiieM ay dud nl toy motf Shall toine upou the other bhor J mites Butler e- tt FIRST DISTRICT ASSOCIATION p Great Session in Trenton Ky L rills body tntt w th itit BItit church I nt Trnioi K Juij Hoili 08 The M ic U JLJuiou nei on tho ith bUd WWI callul to orler iIsy Kev h J Ga roll 1 1Iki Moiirr tor HI 5180 ft m Tiirty niiu uiis weie given fur di voiional exercisec P in which a jjrent timiiiientuiiou of tne- uplrit was Itltliztd Rev B J Gtinott Wite reejtel u inoilt raur Rev A M SNII uela swietaiy ami Rev John Moore ireasjrer A pood mouy tipics were discuseed witn much piifit- TiieI As ofati m was culled to order on q the 80th nt 080 H ui by Moderutor Dr l K Wiiiuuiii Riv U W lardtn lined Amazing grace how swi et the soup iI Jftpraiser i votion lasted 30 tulnu en Rv R P 1 4 jyjULuI Jr cc ii t hq iitriphintiry i t ruion hoLe Ex 3814 Subject Gods lII present promise It was a strong and r enjoyable sermon Rev H Hand led in prayer The COiuiulttneH on Kntollment LtnUl Finance were appointed Letters iwerc road until noun lionedictieu by Rev J lj Allnnsworti J r AFTERNOON SESSION Ittr Assistant Mixlemior Rtv J J Mn Cuttthen prertulfil Kern J W Wad r den stud J W Chirk conuucteil devo f tional excHses Kendiug lutterH re um d nnI coutinutd uuiil nil present were rend under till surp nslon of the I ruin the Providence and Murray church p letti rs wer read rec veil and the hand a of fellowship extended Committees repot on enrollment wan approved Rev Q M Moore of Lex ington presided during the election of ofllcera which resulted aa follows Moderator Rev E Williams First As Utsnt Moderator RtvR P Wbiteside Second Assistant Moderator Rev J4 C Majors Recording Secretary Rtv v7m l H Lavell Corresponding Secretary Rev Win Foster Treasurer Rev W E Glovtr Dr P H Kennedy and Prof 1Win H Steward presented fhe officers elect Rev A B Cabaniss addreasedtoe Association which was much Appreciated Dr S B Hmitb delivered a vry pleas lug and erjojabe addrets The usual committees worn appointed Adjourned 4 with bendictlon by Rv L Willis EVENING SESSION After devotional exercises Brother W Jt DIokerson of tnf white Baptist church delivered the welcome address which was R I much enjoyed by all and Rev Q W Darcleu reuponed with a fitting and an MihhiganNchurch delivered short addresses to the rrt Mediation DP Wra Foster prennhed the Ednca lIoniil sermon from Gen 82d SubjectI ill Mna and his lustitutlous It was a k niott excellent sermon Collection 465 J4 Benediction by Dr Wm Foster SECOND DAYMORNING SESSION1 Hod crator Williams presided and Revi W K Robinson and L Willis conducted II f tbeprevlauitI serrQi Jveredhls annual add reis touching on the dlfirerent phase of the work and a oemnilttee of nine was appointed tp eon colIi 4l sn 507 was taken by Rev L Benediofijy AFtERNOON SESSION JLAisIstUadeTato1C M pretidcdpL jIC IConr1uxerolses Minute of tue previous day nail and approved Committee on Periodicals reported and the report was discussed at length and a committee of three viz Revs G M FIsher D D Wm Foster D D nd A M Samuels oReo L C Majors and Win li Leavells were appointed to write the Association a dinappovai of tbn errors publiahid in the Quarterlies of the NaitnHl Biptint PublishingUoanJ and the report wa adapted The Cow mittPflnn Moleatora Address reported and the time of Meeting wa changed Hick to former date Thursday Drfore the Fourth Sunday in September Dis cussions was suspended and Prof P T Itlr zer poke of the great work of tie Hopkinsville College and a collection of 2100 was given him for the College DiccuHcion or the rt prt WAV resumed and iit wits agreed that each church would have a quarterly raulyjor the college and tend same to tht Secretary The timer eltintion of officers was changed toI Saturday afternoon It was also agreed to have aFinanclnl Agent at the rate ol pr cent of the net proceeds and that IIht fprm of olmrch letters to th associ HtJoii contain blank for Association cx- piIetiI Hopkintvllle College arid Mis ions Jroililpul e Ky was ebosHn as the nxt placf of mewling Benediction by Rev J M Divie EVENING SESSION Alter devotional exorcists ltv I M MetcalT preached the Missionary Sermon text Acts 27 Itj which WHS enjoyed by all Committee on Resolutions submit ted a partlnl report which was adopted rtfnedicMon b Rev Mejcalf THIRD DA V MORNING SESSION- R v J Ewing railed till Association to iirdi r ai d Dr S Junes led in pray r Minutes were read mid approved Corn tnuniiutions on Truntee Board Iorrep ponrlenoj and Education reporttd and hit r reports were adopted Missionary Dr a M Fisher reported STcon verts apIIIiof 220 weB given for same Benediction by Rev J Diokersnn AFTERNOON SESSION AAKlaiaut Moderator SIkjors pfeaided Rv JVM Sebree and Bro A J Flack conducted devotional ezeiciaes and the Minutes were read and approved Dr P H Kennedy spoke of the Sate Missionl wot Ic and received a collection of 1562 for his work Rev A M Samuels offer ed the following resolution Kesolved that Art 8 Soc 3 of the rouHtitution be arncidet1o as to read Each ohnrch is iutitled to three mum hers brethren to represent her in this asrociation The resolution was adopted Sist r M H Roach spoke for the the Women Educational Convention of the Little Rlv and Cumberland Valley and a collection of 700 was given her for same Other committees report ed Benediction by Dr S Jones EVENING SESSION Rev A M Samuels called the Associ ation to order and Rev J W Waddle led in prayer Bister Arletta Vaughn spoke of the WomensjEducational Con vtntion of the Pirrt District and a collec tion of 832 was IRk nand given her for the same Dr Fisher spoke on the District Mission work anda collection of 510 was raised Benediction by Dr Fisher SUNDAY SERVICES There were services held In the Bap tint church and the C M E church by the different preachers Dr P H Ken nedy conducted the Sundayichool Prtaobiug at the Baptist churhl1 am Revs G M Moore and A M Samuejs 8 pm Ur P H Kenndey 780 p m Dr G M Fisher Preaching at C M E church 11 a m Revs N T Stoner and J Kwmg 3 p m Rev H Amos 780 p m Rev N T Stoner Finance manleyThe Association adjourned to meetwith the Providence chur h Thursday btJ ore the Fourth Sunday in September J904 Rev taj r4 led in tbs closing prayer IE WILIIAMB Moderator WM H LBAVELL Secretary r JOB UV R SIXTY YEARS I MRS WilRows SOOTJUSO Svxm ha been used for over blxty years by milliont of mothers Jar tkei r children while teeth tg with perfect success It sOothes the child tjoltens the gums allays ajU pairI cures wind colic anb Jp te bet remedy poorJttU1Idferer Kfdatail1fI cents a bbttie R fiar6aiid ask for Mrs Wwi r tjiJjij 0yrtip tag take oni Tr t I t i ir I 4c t 1 t f f l 1 H H NATIONAL NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE NASHVILLE TENN The fourth annual meeting oi the Na tionar Business League was held here during last week Wednesday Thursday and Friday August 19 20 auQ21 The most representative gatheringof Negroes ever assembled in tills country has been bequestsi of the good people of this city The delegates oame with enthusiasm mid brdught with them a hopefulness whiob has been com 1uulcted to alt1tbo u ave come in contact with them The meeting was held in the Hall of the House of representatives State Cap- itoli Building under circumstances of the snout favorable and satisfactory char actor The attendance was the largest in history of the League and what is more iuipirtant the men who composed It and who have ben btre are of that strong sturdy character to be found thionRb int the country interesUd in the effort to build up the Negro people The addresses have been strong and practical ones and have been both interesting slid instructive It is the general cobrwnsus of opinion that the League baa more than vindicat ed the wisdom of its organization and IofthecopftdenceI t The Initial session was mado doubly suspicious not only through the high character of those assembled but as Wellr as by the addn ssesqf welcome delivered by the Mnyorelrct of the city the Presi dent of the Chamber of Commerce and by the President of the Retail Merchants AHcociatlou Each of these gentlemen spoke In hit official capacity and in a vein not pat ronizing but manly courageous and helpful There could be no di nbt of the ringing note of sincerely in what they had to say There welcome was no less nearly than that extended on behalf ofI the various Negro Organization of the cIty Every session of the Lrague was attended by great Cowds of perrons white and blackwho throng d not only the ball where the meetings were held but the lobby and corrjdors leading the ballas welL Of especial interest was the disposi tion manifested by the NafhUHe news papers to prove their concern In the meeting It was a remarkable fact that the Nashville newspapers the Nashville Banner the Nashville American arid the Nashville News carried from six to eight columns ofrnatterduringeach days session anti their reports were courteous respectful and enthusiastic No such news oervioe has ever been given any Negro gathering in the country Easily of coune and to be expectedI Hooker T Washington he Presideatof the League was the crntr of attraction It has been worth much to note that the substantial elements of the race are so thoroughly in accord with this man Ou the evening of the FirstI session as a special mark of distinction Dr B C Morris President of the National Baptist Convention the largest organization of Negroes Jn the country and himself a man of large business interests offered a motion suspending the rules of the League and reelectingI anntherIyear The motion was warmly second hvillelandI Themdtlonwas unanimously carriedI by a rising Vote and with a whoop As a further mark of their admira tion for Mr Washington the rules were again suspended on the last days session when life members were en rolling and Mr Washington made a life member of the League withoutI paying the fee of twentY five dollars required of others The Committee on Resolutions re poxted through T Thomas Fortun of New for theJersey commit b as strong a statement of the Negros rela tion to business development and an alonitheseThe resolutions are too long to be print ed here but the following extract will strorilforcefulWe feel that the objects ot the league as enunciated at tbo initialI meeting at Boston four years ago are being aooomplishrd to the entire sat isfaction of the founders off the organ ization and the very general advan tage of the Negro race everywhere in the possibilities for substantial progress of tbe people Alongl lines qt iqdua try commerce afcd thrift h bare so marked a featureof the oltizenahlp of the roppbllo and haye done so luttph for the general ttdyancement and hipI piness of our people at home and to command the raapot ot the people of the world who aVe itriviaf trnaUy for j te1UQ and comfort I l- lv1anJl t gu AI ti 1 L If ItI d t 7 let In the markets of the worlfl for itieir surplus production rlvalryworldwldeIn ness Laluele 18 that it Is a factor for good working In sympathetic and helpful harmony with the other great commerofal agencies of the republic in whoa prosperity and glory all alike have patriotic pride Many strong men hays beep in attendance upon thi convention and fell have borne their part in the delib erations and in tmaking tbe League a strong force in helping the race Among others may be mentioned the thirty strong men who appeared on the pogram and whose names and subjects have been printed in the various newspapers of the country In addition the presence and counsel of J E u hof Arkansas Dr 1 B Scott of New Orleans Fred R Moore T H Gilbert and P A Payton of Now York M S Alexander the rich sugar plant er of Louisiana E Iward Berry of Athens 0 and Dr R H Boyd S crete ry and Manager of the National Bap list Publishing House did much to make the meeting a success In fact of the three hundred delegate In actual attendance et ch has been representative of an interest that contribnt sits share toward the upliftng of the Negro pro pie The following Life members were enrolled tending to put the league on a more substantial foundation JamesT Peterson Mobile Ala JI R Ham Boyton Mass M A Alexan der Baldwin La J C Napier Nash yule T nn iiVi H Johnson Baynps ville Va Kd Bairy Athens Ga Dr M G Mason Birmingham Ala iR F Boyd Nashville 1I enD Warren Logan Tuskepee Ala J E Meadows Key stone W VaJ C Jackson Lexing ton Ky S K Keatts Little Rock Ark i tired K More Brooklyn N Y Gil bert C Harris Boston Mass Dr W H Ballard Lexington Ky F IL Gilbert New York City George W Franklin Chattanooga Tennj L Winter C F Johnson and R H Boyd D D Nashville Teun C P Johnson and C F Johnson Mobile Ala WilfordH Smith New York City Booker T The League came to Nashville after four years with five life numbers and went away with twenty six 26 additional ones a total of thirtyone The Nominating Committee through Dr I B Scott its chaIrman reported the following as th omoer8 and mem bers af tbe Executive Committee for the next year BookerT Washington Tuskegee Ala Pre ldent G L Kntx fndianp olis Ind First Vice President J Bush Second Vicepresident Llttl Rock Ark Chas Bank Third V co President Clark dale Miss Emmitt SecrearyTuskegee ing Seoy and Organizer New York City G C Harris Treasurer Boston MaIL 8 L Williams Compiler Chi cago III P4 Smith Registrar Boa ton Mass CF Adams Transports tlbn Agent Washington D C The following Executive Committee was reported T Thomas Fortune Chairman Red Banks N J S E Courtney Boston Mass TW Jones Chicago ill W8 Beasley Macon GaS A Ftirntsa In dianapolis led J O Napier Nashville TennW L Taylor Richmond Va M M Lewev Peoaauola FlaJ-C Jaokson Xiexington Ky The report was unanimously adopt ed The delegates suffered from no lack of courteous attentioi Under the general direction of Hon J 0 Napier a member of the National Executive Committee and Curirman of the Local Executive Committee everything pos sible was dpne for the oomfprt of theI more than three hundred delegates In attendance A delightful series of entertainments had heed arranged andI were thoroughly enjoyed by all Uhlefest among these was that offered by Dr and Sirs Preston Taylor Im mediately alter the adjourment Thurs day carriages and wagons were inI welting on Cedar Street In front of theI Capltcl to Greenwood Cemetery findI proprietorThe I JCifapJer The buildings vaults and groundsI were Inspected by the visitors and all took a drink from the eprlbg and them went to the beautiful lawn which aur rounded Mr Taylor private home I finding hsrs tables spread Jo tiresI hundred IT am gladthstapuWe here ladiesI and genhlemenlsaId Dr Taylor andwA went you to enjoy iootrlIpt plintforpkiaettre Jban to nte44n the adI wez ot nay rage wile are jTtW stptsigIbI Ta thia L I1 i 1 4 4l Jt t Jff1fAj ty j Way I want to show my appreciation Emmitt J Scott the Correspond iing Secretary of the League and pit vate secretary to Booker T Waahlnton I Ccepted the the cordial welcome for the vi i ors and members of the League und further manifestations of the ao oepUuoe were shown at the table by e 1Thtand a great success has been said Zi surpassed every expectation and the League adjourned with grateful thanks for the opportunity for conference for the courtesies received on every hand and to Hon J C Napier for his untir- Ing l efforts in behalf of the League It was a great meeting it waa a success ful oue it woa all present and its Influ unee will be felt in Nashville ami throughout the country A banquet in Juoilee HallI Flak tintI versity was the concluding feature ol the meeting The loom was beautiful lyl decor ited and six hundred persons sat down to the spread Toasts were responded to by T Thomas Fortune Dr Stewart Dr H T Noel Mrs Fannie Harrier Williams and Dr Booker T Washington Hon J U Napier proud ed as tcastmaster EJSNashville Teun- UNIVERSITY NOTES School will open Tuesday September- the First I i Let every pupil be present the first day There will be several new teachers The Baculty is a strong one Wew ll have a good school at the beginning The yards and buildings are being put ini order for the opening All friends are invited to be presentat the opening Prof Salisbury has returned from Chicago University where he took a Pbtgrad uate course Prof Brown djd likewise but hewill not return to the city until next week I- P9T11Ifl dI UrsStewardattendet the Association in Danville where they had a grand time Several new students have already entered Indications point to a grand school this yearMrs Puree ancChe children attended the Fifth St Picnic lastWee- kWOMENS WORK Mrs LM Jackson will fill the fol lowing appointments in the interest ofr tbe Baptist Womans educational Con vention I Eminence August 1t Pleaeurerldge J 3 Cbrlstlansburg 4 Bag DadI 6 FrankfortI 67 Midway U 89 Zlon HIS i lQ Georgetown 11 DanvillaS 12 1C Atoka 9 17 Harrodaburg jg Perryvllle lg Lebanon 20 Greenburgp U Campbellsvllle u 22IJunction CltJII 24 Somerset i u tf 25 8tanfot It Lancaster I 1Paint Lick U 28 Klrksvllle t p 29 fip Paytontown Sepc 1 2Berea4 New Liberty l f 4 GoodloeSOtter Creek ct Winohei er p 8I If1VenaWestJKeene 1 14 Nlcholasville 15 Londont 1 L 4 11 Attambunt l 17ig Paris 20y CynthUna J 21 Falmouth 12 Covington p fat 2324- Newprt f L 25- PskRIdEe fr Owentboro U 27- NewLeberty U 28 Pastots tad Prwldest of UnlTMsUy flociitits arewta rte i to make siIsJ ble anao noMnento0t lMf appai- MiaatlIndNtQgr rapNatatLisr- arrjvaIsaesproTIalea hr stiisnt4 7 aefje IRd I Manacersj S 4i- i1jII Jq k jy J hMt 1 rjlr i J Ia r H c4trm ft I PREPARATIONS F6Q NAtiONAL CONVENTION j I e z NedqUvrtis Lombard St PMwMphi f1 J To the messengers and represent lives of the National Baptist Conven t tion of the United States of America Greeting 4t a tote ofthe National BaptiJit Convention held at Birmingham Ala last Sep ember the Convention will holdits 23rd annual session in the city Philadelphia at the Holy Tnaity Baptint church September 16 31laclH j live I The Entertainment Committee icaew engaged in making ample arrangement for the entainment of all meaaengtra and visitors who will be In attendance at tins great Convention veryth1ngSnecessary for the comfort and happi ness ottbe messenger andvvialtort while in the city is being carefully looked after I ENTBBTAINMKHT OF 1CBB8EKOBBB The committee wjll entertain all the duly accredited messengers of the Na r tional Baptist Convention wko come j with proper credentials from their churches or soweregularBaptlutorgan isation bringing money for aay ef the objects of the work of the National Baptist onvetl nPle see to it that the church or organization from which you come will give you creden tials certifying that you are the regu elected messenger to the National Bap tilt convention which will be accepted by the committee as evidence of tile fact that you are entitled to free ntet talument while In attendavoe apoa teConvention P Tot fail JobrlllsomImoney for some of the objects of tho Convention a failure to do so will de 1 prive the meaaeager ot free entertahf 5 ment All the messengers will please send their names at once to tbe jew L I mittee on Bntertalameni at their g Phila delphlaPa ENTKBTAINMENT OF VISITORS j The CompIttei will alto look oat for homes for the friends and visitors of the Convention at asmall cost to tlMpa so that there need be no tsar abort having a pace to stop and proper e tertainmeot All who expect tositomi I the Convention will kindly send WIll names to the Committee on Xnt rtaip mont and theywill be assigned tocea fortable place to stop before arrlvls V In the city so that the IxlooiivealsMa that visitors gsnerallj have ta oateid with will be removed Board aai lodging at Irst class private hoaws and hotels can be sure for froi 75 cents to 100 per day There are in the city of fkilstfejphl 60000 colored people witf are jamtresiD and hospitable at the bakes of tk members of the Baptlat erebssfother denomination and tits dtlsctcln r general wilt be opes for both aassisaV gen and vIiti to the NsUeaaI I tist OoHvsntlon tbrouentUte leal JIAnd breadth of kls city lV E vl GLI TALuv o Ul r B vi E W Moors i tlSsertftary 1If IoJ A1 1 tI kU f r- EDVCLTI9NAL EXHIITS S NATIONAL BAPTIS ooNVimn9 1 1 I ure wish Upiak ourcovetiO it Philadelphia one of the beat U ii history of our tfatiomal pII c Wehavt arrpd t kayo the kti i graphs of autJ Itadlag ia1sIstI4 taoatora and buaiisssn aid vssuII epreiisti4 at tide eivst1Sa N IV 4that sad ws a k tack ptwom imii J tlC1t W also kheJaPMP U- okcroBtf 4 L schtJsls itftU CMTMfeioin ii T SandaTsohool CoivsntloM iishi ifp 1- 0 tltt Vouflg Psoplsft U llt OMITSSI t I tionsSi Te Mai UU moTssatat agfsasl sis M hrIstt rlfjg 4fi 1r QrdEII prII Jt1rla8QloM wfU 1kla01ltiicL t LH bax trps Aji J MaU aaIteI ttJ t VWi tAXI DOt 1 TIJItSf f I M1i ffl 1I 0 J t i io a T tI i1 Id = rla2S tI 1 it t t 0 vt rS0 U55- Si L I i I X lkL2 ff kr t iftl If thY UGts tfiOOrif i 1iENICAN BAPtIST Es1tBsrnw 187 atL1 i PUBUSHBD EVERY FRIDAY i orFrc I A179iiji zoqI4 Ks 1 1 MONTHS 75 1 THSK MONTHS 4- J0ONB COPY FRBEI Daeyesr to aayoi tlaol will scad as fir BUMS r MS t TIM 4teptb label cfyoe paper how Uwlul p t yra kay palL Ik snsboth aa a receipt u4 1114rqvsztforpa7etf If proper credit kaamot bee a Pnawithin two or rj A wew free dae pcjtfea BcUfrua AK 4 WI7 ea proaiptly of may change ia Poet Offi e ot I r liidren ao tkattasrt awy hi u raw or delay b1y 4 vtryefpaptr N s Jill 4 FRIDAY AUGUST 28 1903 i ai Tkia paper is regularly mmlled P f ittswfeftcrlbers until adefinite Hler Is dteosBltBue la received Ir d tke SHfcscrlptleH paid in full e tile time the order in t- I iT- SPEEDV trials and prompt pun ishment as has been suggested S might lessen the number of lynch f iings and might lessen the nameless 1 crimes usually advanced as the rEa- son for mob violence but it would iharly reach that end A recent I speedy trial in Alabama resulted in the conviction of the wrong man- 0 and he would have been legally hung had not a friend in another state come to his rescue and proved an alibi and convinced the Gov ernor of his innpcencte Color- prejudice had much to do with this conviction and would have muchS I Ito do with many other convictions under exactly the same circumstan ces and conditions Vhat is most needed is the removal of the senti ment which has approved and sanc tio d mob violence and the culti vation of a sentiment in favor of law and order When this is done there will bj prompt trials and just punishment for all offences com mitted against society That man who violates the chastity of a woman is a brute without regard to the color of the victim or the color of the transgressor and shouldre ceive the severest penalty of the law but that punishment should be administered under the forms of the i law and not by infuriated mobs This paper has given the weight of f its influence and example for twen tyfive years to suppressing crime and elevating the people to higher standards of life and condemnsA wrongdoing among the pejple but despite his the laxity of the law the license to do wrong and a wide open city has done more to debauch and degrade our people than any thing else The teaching and noble example of the good people is neu tralized and destroyed by these dens of wickedness and vice which- II are encouraged or winked at by the officers of the law who are paid to IsuppressI i and remove them Help I us to save the children by removing I I these temptations to the young andS half of the criminal class will bee Fy iriovefl at one stroke t THERE is no man in public lifeS I either political denominational Sw pfraternal who has ever been able to command the support or co operation of every other man asso 5 ciated with him or who labors iinIr the same cause and it is no refleca i N tion either upon his ability or his t judgment when another DanielI WSi comes to judgment and assails his rftar r position or challenges his leader m c slip Indeed this is one of theI iIif J st evidences that he has influence t and every tIme he is able to over 1 come these objections and car y his pts to success he but adds neww I laurels to his achIevements Then r p tiI r toor thereJis too much jealousy p 44among oUrpopl for few QJ tjient L i S1irc ever willing to accord to the I j I IrerwhafiardeseEving ip Sincerity i Ul JIof purposer ext nJ olacconjplish Jc mot Upd r these conditions it i c i i c itsurprising Jhat ttfose whollt f J lJ1pt tP lead either as tlip resultlI SL t fILc icotPPO litm qt bulcI SIr tii4ins tbe-m J I jgai1g fOiitthi QCrthrQ 1 Jt i d ff r iJ tJiVq J oJ t 1 Jt J i Ii geeD thuand pertiaps will always be sojto some extent but it wculdI I III a eth standardf014i1efermentJ J rand recognition AN interesting discussion is being I conducted by some Southern papers i I I about Negro emigration with iJ J about the usual results The Charleston News and Courier fa vors the measure as a means of solving the race question and thinks it is feasible while The Memphis Scimitar holds exactly the opposite opinion ana claims to Southern sentiment on representII ject The Scimitar in ment has not only the best of the argument but more clearly repre sents current opinion on the sub ject The plan emigration is en tirely impracticable because it would be a physical impossibility to ever transport the millions of Negrces in this country and their cescendenls as they would be born as the movement is in progress even if the Negroes themselves thought it advisable and the money for the purpose was provided Better hunt up some better method than this or let the matter alone LH o Now that the General Associa tion has met and completed its la boss Kentucky Baptists are looking toward Philadelphia and the Na tional Baptist Convention which will meet in that city September i6th The outlook for a good at tendance is encouraging and we should be delighted to see our State well represented The Kentucky delegation will leave this city in a special car over the C O Rv Monday evening Sept i4th at 6 oclock and would be glad to have other friends join the party Per sons who desire to avail themselves of this privilege may address either Rev C H Parrish D D or Wm H Steward Louisville Ky for further information and full par 1t ticuj1rsIT well enough to have large representation in our associational meetings but letters are supposed to be read to and be approved by the churches before they are sent to the association and when this iis dope that should end the matter This thing of changing letters after they have been approved by the churches and placing the names of persons on them whom the church did not select and frequently do not know should not be encouraged It matters not what the reason may be it is wrong to certify over the signature of the moderator and clerk that certain persons were sent as messengers when it is known that he statement is untrue IMPORTANT NOTICE Railroad rates for all persons attending the session of the National Baptist Convention at Philadelphia Pa September I62l 1903 have been arranged with all the passenger Association in the United States The best rate that can be obtained this year is a fare and one third on certificate plan All persons must secure certificate at place where they purchase their tickets The same is to be presented to secretary ol the National Baptist Conventionl so be signed by a special agent of the railroads The agent is to receive 25 cents for each certificate signedI by him The agent will1 be at the convention September 1619 Be sure to get certificate or you willI JiaVe to pay full fare both ways EC Morris Pres W L Cansler Sec S J i f Judge Rogers of the5U SCouftt- inSt Louis has handed down anl 1 ppj ion sustaining the contention of the Western Union Telegraph Goihjiajiy pJ itsright to dismiss nv JJloyees because they belong to f fandto keeta btacfciisf ol itnisri 4isrtiissedf forfthehrowp iifeBr pt- jgiv6 f qtV tuoc4i 1 otj 1A te7 tr 5EAAN MOTES f V The Okalahoma Baptist Qonven tion will meet in Okalahoma city September 13 I The Mt Pleasant District Asso elation will meet in Richmond Ky DJconvene The Colombian Senate has re jected the Panama Canal treaty and it has had a depressing effect uponbusiness interests IDuring the fiscal year ending June 3oth 3952045 have been paid to pensioners of the Mexican Indian Civil and Spanish wars The militia at Jackson Ky has been reduced to sixtyfive men It is thought that the conditions have so improved in Breathitt county as to make a large force unnecessary Rev J W Carr of Savannah Ga has been unanimonsly called to the pastorate of the Memcrial Baptist Church of Homestead Pa He has the matter under advise ment Rev H Nutter pastor of Zion Baptist Church Paris Ky has been called to the pastorate of the First Baptist Church Newport Ky but has not accepted as yet andwill give the calla prayerful consideration The Republican Convention to nominate a railroad commissioner for the second railroad district has been called to meet in this city September i6th County Conven tions to select delegates will be held September i zth Lord Salisbury former Prime Minister of RncrlanH died in London last Saturday evening lie was the last of the great English statesmen of the Victorian era and he was one of the leading men of his age Under the new law in West Vir ginia Crockett Garner a colored prisoner is to be the first one pa roled from the penitentiary in that State The penitentiary board recommends and the goveinor ap proves besides a bond is s required and monthly reports must be madet Jefferson Sanders the colored man who caused the race riot in New York City early in May who was terribly beaten after killing two policemen and wounding another in self defense has been released from custody the Grand Jury hav ing tailed to fi dan indictment against him 5 The Grand Chapter ofL A M and the Grand Commandery of K T of Indiana was constituted at Wabash Ind last Monday evening by R M Murray and A J Lee representing the Grand Chap ter and Grand Xk mmandery of Kentucky under whose jurisdiction Indiana has been working There are four Chapters and five Corn manderies in the new organizationsI I t The call for educated Negro men who have made a special study of theoreticall and practical Agriculture I is more pressing than the supply The demand for such4 men comes from all parts of the United States and from several foreign countries The Agricultural Department of the Tuskeeee Institute is now prepared I togive instruction of a high grade to persons who have finished either1 common scbogl OR college cources Qflsuch persons wilenter this depart 5 ment atTuskegea this fail Jorifi formation asto exppfjses etc japyB- residCntlQ o r T WslinKtai- Tqlkeg et AlabamL f1S rFJ 7 jj rr bi H ciiiietf Q f ff Jf t r he is great at kicking down what someone else iis trying to raise r be t I findingIbuilding If all the people who are throwing locks at the Council had been in Louisville as we were and using their splendid intellect at short range the Council would have been made all thatthey claim it should be break up the Council and then what 1 Nothing except the curses of the growlers for hay ing dpne so For our part we shall follow the Council till learned ob jectors produce something better The Advocate l The crime of lynching for lync- hlugfor lynching is a crime be it rememberedhas nowhere been set forth in a more concise and Justice Supreme Court who recently said I Every man who participates in the lynching of a negro is a mur derer pure and simple Of course There may be extenuation which might vary the degree of the crime but the principal participants in the crime can be held by any dourt in the land for murder in the same degree as if the crime were commit ted by an individual There is going to be a reaction against the atrocious crimes with which the papers have been fihle4Stand- ard Chicago A Word From Western I Kentucky 5 5 I We ire still alive and are batt ling for the cause of the Master We regretted very much our in ability to attend the session of the General Association at Danville this year but was pleased ro know that the meeting was a success principals should always be first and individuals considered after wards Principals triumphed the Danville meeting for which the lenamjiuithnJi reasons to Praise God from whom all blessings flow III believe that God has raised up John H Frank to lead the great Host of Kentucky Baptist and I further believe that the wisdom of the great Qaptis army was shown in his fourth election as ModeratorThe Hill Baptist Church made her quarterly report Sunday receipts from all sources for the quarter was 31765 all indebted ness of the cnurch paid up to dater with 23900 in the bank as build jug fund as we are preparing to eect us a new brick church building Our people are financially and spiritually alive we have some of as good a people as over wore the name of5 Baptists The Super intendent of our Sunday School Prof C P Northqpss one of our city teachers is a promising young man and a preat Baptist he is one qfa few educators who attend every service of the church taking an interest in the same West Kentu ky Green River Vall ley District Association will con vnne at Woodville McCracken County ai Kkf Jhursday after theFirst Sunday in October with a Oak Grove Baptist Church Rev R Gregory pastor we desire- to mate this a great session Respectfully Yours r OiDurrett I 5 Hickmani Ky I UlTY E J Rev G E Scott is low opep for engagements fb preach in Uasket Meetings or pthecwiie He maybe addressed 1534 AY Kentucky street cityIthe Ladies Sewingi Circle will meet next Tqesdav eveningi aMhe residence Mm W O K 1uKn Ho QSW Walnut street v Little Andrew he intuit soft of Rev and Mii E P Marts died ii ijjet family refid nci pa Jatittlt rIJItStun4t rirsh XMwp bntkidtltJe ftn 11 rIi 11 t 1 or Sa4I tri MWtJ r3r 7 rx rjJ t IUNIVERIyT- I Louisville Kentucky r Established by the general Association Colored Baptists of Keutocil 1879 and conducted for the religious intellectual and indutat1rai ijof young people t Off rs instruction in Ministerial MiJical Iuv College r NorizL Preparatory Business and Musical departments under experienced aW competent instructorsAmple accommodations in the Boarding ncpar ment for both sexes un ler wholesome and elevating influences TerJg reasonable Instruction thorough Session opens Tuesday Sept i iocjj For Particulars Address REV C L PURCE p D PresidentSLouisville K V F7 f JentuckyATJJnyeProposes Expenses dfurnishedi ofpillows and led s j 750E this School IiL 1 Dormitories one rrJr girls and one forbofe onSchop Campus j for further 4lJS Frankfort JKt 4 liTii i 13 DID yOU KNOW v That the AMERICAN MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION of St Louis Mo has an Ece in this city No Well it has jj and has inaugurated Subordinate Assembly Md also its FREE MEDICAL PLAN I The attending physiiian Is Dr E D Whedbee 928 12th St i Phone 5044 The Association pays accident sick and death benefits Further information may be obtainedcalling on jQ 4Pifthpresent who deeply sympathized with the family in this sad bereavement Mrs Clara P Frank wife of Rev 1 H Frank ofthe Fifth St Church met with a serious accident last week by being scalded in canning tomatoes She is improving under ndjnursinBndj afternoon at 2 oclock I State University will open next Aliimendswelcome at the opening exercises Lawn Fet will be given at the IIA of Mrs Antoy Williams 1126 W Warnut St Monday evening Sept 7th for the benefit of the University Socictyand Child rens Bandof Emmanuel Church Addmission 5 cts The ordinance of tbeLords Sup per will be administered at the Green Castle Baptistchurch Sun day September 6th A public auction sale of lots iin Weiss Addition will ake placeIIthemorrow morning at 10 oclock fend every Saturday morning there after Persons who want to pur chase a home cheap are invited to attend these sales J All city pastors and churches are cordiajly invited to the rally of the Providence Baptist church of New Albany Ind State street near OakSunday August sotb 1003 at 3 p m Mrs C Robins ns clerk Rev Wirf R HUt pastor 01 Mrs Anna Maria Bedford sister of Mrs Sallie Pryor was buried from the Fifth Street church Ilast Wed nesday afternoon at 3 oclock by the Sons and Daughters of 1 tht Morning of which she had been a member for many yestrV Mrs cdi ford Wasbora in Virginia 80 yejirs ago and jpinecjthe Fifth Street church 1850 and was baptised by the late Rev Henry Adainf She leaves a sister and several oth er relatives stid many friends to mourn her death Rev jQhnai Ifrank D DV her utor4pra hd the Iqotrar and plH jl dtperved tribute to her memory 9J City ucribsr will 4ojf- ayi a bycallitig at oUt oM- c7i No ift St4ct tlia thiit Ch- ariia lib TbiA w- 1Lijtj t X- ti If Tt jti jP t i PERSON AJA Rev C G Bates is enjoyirig2 short visit with friends in Owenton Ky 3j Prof F M Wood ol Frankfortu 5 was in the city this week Mrs B GvfcCI lJaniiai one oil a two weeViit tLrerids Chicago v Prof W H Mayo of Fra ktfii was in the city last Sunday wl his son W H Jr in route tcf fayette Ind T Master Geo Steel retHratxJ to Georgetown this week acccmpS led by Master W H Steward jj who will remain until school opeSS Prof F S Delany went tb S Louis this week on ashnrt bosiacS tripS jj E L Boze of NasTwl k Tenn is visiting in the city JB week the guest of Mr and ml Jas Hall 2618 Check AvenueS Miss Esther Fisher oit tiM boroMsm the city the gueit ol ill Carrie B Pate Twelfth ttre t ReV S It Cdnley pf J Haute IndM was in the city dayen route to Shelbyvjlfr y to visit old friends add t iHe attended the lodiuu m Convention ia IndiinapoHr week and remDrts a good MB5 Carrie Varienf of i boro Ky was in the city K en route home from Wafti City Mrs J E Hunter qf ttiKyWm1 Walker E r Rev C H Part4k i Dt Knight and Vi115 represented the BuaaLeague at the Natiortt Mens Leagtio in KaiV week Mrs fain J Joh pi May Bonham of thcQ5 a lcasantsia in At l hbmfi ljut Uouday I Mrs Lilile Edard ville Miss hae hf work In tneinter Miffions ton acto tit oV is nuw itt tkiackrwitk rcuperatih Mug Rqwt hobbs Who was itc y d teaM I i4 r iT r UJ I JiJ t L i liIiC tGftS Mf jJHtoiUNUHU Have Kidney trouble i r amd Dont Snow It v How To FIA GtRJLa bottle or common glass with your i i Wilt and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidV treys if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble too I frequent desire to pass it or pain in toe back Is also bladtI I i What to Do I e IThere Is comfort lIn the knowledge so ir often expressed that In Kllmers Swamp Root the everywish theievery put I of the Urinary passage It corrects inabUty t I to hold water and scalding pain to passing ft or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant COduringt 0 r timesduringw ordinary effect of SwampRoet is soon a realized It wonderfulcastsIfthebeStYou may have a sample bottle of sizeslethis I L d1scoverylllflland Address BnmltlootCoton reading this generous offer In this paper rementtier the name Sw nnpRoot Dr Kilmer t 3va mpRoot andt ae address Binghamp t tuoj N Y on every bottle ifGoToTHEW PEOPLES DRUG co 12th and CHESTNUT FOR 1 PURE DRUGS AND t CHEMICALS I 1tytE Home made Ice Cream ifPrescriptions accurately filled promptly delivered to al parts of the city ORDERS TAKEN BY PHONE LETTERS registeredi an i MONEY ORDERS issued at our t Postal Station Our laundry does ist class work Phone 5044 ORDERS TAKEN BY MAIL ro 2 9 i S W JORDAN 944 W Wain t LOUISVILLE HTJNTUCKY S Manufacturers r i ands of tj k Fancy rearils rhd Ices Excellent Soda with Fruit Syru es For Prices and Quality Excelled By None 1fYELEPHONE3408Y v- R yum Watson 4DERTAKERIA EMBALMER N W COtr CHESTNUT AND 10 SmI Furnishes Coffins Cases Shrouds f ftnJI everything for Funerals Prompti services Reasonable term SADSFACrON 9UARANTEEQ i iK f f flauie Phone 58iM Residence tV 528 B JacobS I rr F fl PickettPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON t f bn K IIOURS SUNDAY iyt t u rrtoixa ro lotona tu to 3 pm 7 to 8 p m ti 8 p to 9 pm i JUa PRESTON ST IXDUISVILLB 91 l s J E KEIGHBOR8 a oJ The Elie hJt o9 P- tnlarbangButtusandFramingaSpecial lier I t V tY HOME PHONE 4oIO r f ia W Walnut St fcourBviu Y4 iltI I to i jiton7catg1- 5 r I F Ti V BROADWAY 1X UISVIILEKY I j ctr8l1 pt all Hours Bes Service 7t STV V able Rates U r V i v LJ itr pd r1 O fijIt J r Y j rrJ i Y tI y I BAPTIST WOMENS EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION Now the Great General Ass cia tion is over for the year next comes the Baptist Womens Educational Convention at Franklin KyOct i 1903 Dear Sisters of Kentucky and most nonored Brethren we wish to give notice offfour next Annual Ses stop at Franklin and I the humble editor of this Convention take the liberty of asking that we have a large delegation this vear because of important business that will come before us We want more ofour large churches represented in this w want more of our sn churches m this convention then too we think more of our leading preachers might attend our Convention than they do Dr AN n said his church was ready to in ertain the Convention when he was in Danville attending the Asso leokIingBaptist women and men of Kentucky as to whether they will make the meeting this year a success or a failure and we think any amount less than 1000 would beacon jplete failure so let us all work for the iooox mark I am yours tor the Baptist cause Mrs Marie Shields Editor Danville Ky CITY MINISTERS AND DEACONS CONFERENCE This body met by special invitation with the Virginia Avenue Ban tist Church Parkland last Monday morning Rev L H Coleman Ipresided and Rev W A Jones offered priyer Members present jRevs Coleman Jones Craighead Richardson Rhodes Breckinrid Gaddie Jacobs Johnson Hill Offutt Wm Reed E W Reed Milton Hammonds Perdue Mitc ell Watson Mack Bowen Mc Clellan Kirkpatrick Smiley Par PurceaVisitor Rev S R Conley Brethren Floyd Woods Wright ITBrittREPORTS Green StSSloo collection1 218 Pastor preached one re stored collection 26 05 Virginia AveS S 45j collec coslieu 6 1 lection 4 30 Rose HillPastor preached Pas tor and Rev Geo Redd preached collection 1 55 Harrods CreekS 20 collection 66 cts Pastor preached collection 1 10 40 ZionSoS 128 collection 2 58L Pastor and Rev W H Kirkpatriok preached collection 38 00IGreen CastleS S 30 collection 5 I cts Pastor preached one by baptism collection 3 75 EmmanuelS5lIS collection 136 Pastor preached j one under watchcare collection 14 44 ForestS S 25 collection 30 cts Pastor and Rev J Hicks preached collection 1006 collectiotn 40 cts Pastor preached collectl o 1170 Little FlockS S 35 collection 67 cts Pastor and Bro Gray 00mAntiochS S 40 collection cts Pastor preached tree r stored collection 15 40 Mt OUveS S 37 collection 3 63 Pastor preached collects 1595 ableIthe BapttstChurcb Organized which formed the basis of an int resting discUssipn in which most of the brethre ggged f Rev J tf 4 Tflfc read a fine pa 1per op itt ier to Exctude vf f Members from Churches 1 This paper was di pussed until the ho for adjournment whey toe bencdic ion was pronounced by Revs EW- Rc 4 anBgtbc recessalpalstabk dii per wtas ierved b the ladiea ott g ftbgrl lh sit fQyad t 1 T L s 4- l l1 i t rr1 I L r r- II The Conference reassembled at 2 30 oclock Revs IH Rhodes and A H Weber conducted devr tional services Discussion was resumed on the paper reed by Dr t Frank which was finally passed as I RevIWhy We Dq Not Baptize Infants Which strongly emphasized the Baptist position on that question i Thesame was approved as the sense of the meetingind order ed printed Rev E W Reed then addressed thet congregation on the subject U Are Baptists Close Communion iists 1 This subject like the others was warmly discussed but most of the speakers took issue with the thoughts advanced by the leader This closed the disccssion andafter the collection the Conference adjourned to meet at Green St Church next Monday morning IN MEMORIAM Tribqte on the death of Mr W H Cjlemau who departed this life August 22d 1903 Whereas It has pleased our heavenly Father in his divine iwisdom to remove from us so suddenly my honored and beloved 1 husband William H Coleman and Whereas It has pleased our iheavenly Father to take from our home here to join kindred and friends on the other shore William H Coleman beloved son oi Louise Coleman Whereas It has phased the willl ofour great CreatorIo remove from our midst our worthy an esteemed husband whereas he was much beloved by us all and respected as a pious and upright gentleman worthy of respect and sociability we bow in humble sub oef Him who doeth all things for the withh the words of the servant Job The Lord gave and the Lord has taken JuvayjblftSfieH he the game of the Lord It X Hour by hour we saw you fade an slowly sink away Yet in our hearts we often prayed that you might longer stay Dear William how can we give you up you whom we loved so well Hew can we drink the bitter cup and lIay the word farewell God loved thee too and He thought- it best To take my dear husband items to rest 1FROM WIFE AND MOTHER Louisville Ky I NOTICEI To whom it may concern this iis to certify that RevtF L Hamil ton has been excluded from the- I First Baptist church of AltamountII Ky Done by order of the church this 8th day of Aug 1003 I IRev T R Reed Mod Jas Blakley ClerkI I II HALF RATESI T- OBALTIMOREI MD I VIAI nSWI IACCO J I LODGEI fS3TrainsejI j September 18th 19th and 20th Good Returning to September 28th with ERNSIONohI j October 3rd 1903 I ITot SDAILYI 3 3DINING CARS PULLMAN PERSandeOBSERVATION rr Cfnnflunre At washingtohvx Uf815 Deer ParklJt NLake Pad auk Oakland Md y j ReiePisUfoj digest osyonraearestTicket oy t adTdreis J p iP iKeCART I Ge1 er Agent 0utDS ROtrf f DP A YItf D- fr a O 1 l Xp tAJtiti Jli J 3 t tf I h fF r f 4- 6 j cC 1 I f Sr HOPSO I IIMerchantTailorCleaning and Repairing neatly done called for and delivered Special Attention to lAdies Work and Out of Town Order All new work Pressed Free of Charge 32 EIGHTH ST Eouisville Kentuckye Home Phone 4088 1 9 1 r aILf7 a ga- I IT 13 1 THE CLOTHES THAT MAKE THE MAN j Masterson makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garments given Especial Attention r I Try our Regulation Trousers at 5 00 and up Cleaning j i Dying and Repairing neatly done 1 E I I MASTERSONj I S W Cor1 West Walnut StsI Icuisville Ky gSggEnZE253eaBg3CT35S5ga Get in the Hell Kentuckians Official Route tothe v Worlds Fair City Finest passenger service through St Louts Owensboro and ETBll Tille all points in the Went and Month west If there are any Reduced Rates in effect on account of special occasions Home seekers or Colonists Excursions we have themt v ASK US FOR RATES From anywhere ldlleredand ASK US FIRST- E M WOMACK GEO L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Traveling Passenger Agent f J IRWIN Genl Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ESQUIRE WOODSON BICYC1t Rri AlRUandGneral Job Work done noticed h WORK CALLED FOR AND tiEOVERED GENERALREPAIRING1-S I Locke andKeys SpecialAttention to Fitted Gasoline Stove GUARANTEED To BURN OR No PAY f Prices on AH Kinds of Repair Work will bo made Reasonable Home Phone 5965 648 Center it Louisville Ky 4 Telephones 10 Wagons r r 10 Horses 25 Push Wagons Our Ice Cream MUst Be Good CUSCADENS 415417 2nd Louisville Ky f t r ORSSTONE Ihvscian and Surgeon 0 OFFICE nOCB8o- E EBIDBNCF 642 LAUREL STREET Reside ole i30tolOP M 7 to 8 A M NightxaO to 730 689 W Qreen St Up staid id at Red Cross Sanitarium 635 I V Hixtb Street Tpl 2471 mnm mwmm1 I MedicalOepartment I Including Medical Dental aM Ibarmaceuttc College jTHn TySlXTH SESSION OO1901 rril begin October 1 1008J ajid continue seven 7- inontpj I DAY SCHOOL FOR NEW MATRIQULANTS f Tultiod Ko in Medical and Dental Coheres eacbr5e000 FhuBtaceuSc College 7QOa tj Four Years graded coyre1 Iin Medicine an4- Deataft Surgery YellI equipped laboratoritt iq all de artaeaU- U excelled hospital iervlce uudeatr start register ItefoVa October 45 1901 rrortakI PcoturthetInforah hnaPP1 X W I 5ccretay7I Si trritW0 YJ 0 r 1 i tJo f fJJf1PI TAi t4i t r r i t EMSDELL SCHRADER STN4 S COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solid f tors Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise j Bought and Sold 539 W Green St Louisville Ky MDNflN ROUTE Direct LIn to ChicagoModern Equipment opd I Road Bedfast Time NlshtTralnsLtrItllttlUe 2SP aJk CMII P7slbaI Btenutcoache with the Morin celebrated highback teats and PrInIuIi t VeaUbnled BtJTet Sleeping Can Day Trains UU i p7i3S1MlAtCkssI ill- K1enDt Day Coach nitk thaHoaeft celebrated bigbbads tram 1aot1or +M DicdIECare Summer Resorts Close connections at Chicago with trainS and Boats for the rfsorts of Michigan Y his pnsiai and Minnesota Lidc I w peucbed 1tbJtMJI ssI t 4tt teinedW prf riita pi th4 ut lMrs wtUMH faBot3a tMotb i rratar Itowaad for c roaloasaoeelttoE taei4 IdvewiaadBOW1L Y clsitIM tsraM re do the rut rr4Nnll Md Ja ht Rall AQQMI S au If rJ 1 h t fiBuy Books Here J t PUQtma 17 e j a+ n IIIErtef I iOOurI f IeVestIndeand handy cloth slay Dunk Testlm ee of the Slaved antUnsaved 320 palM 12 aaocloth 1 MTouching Incidents and Beaarkable 1oeGod t OGIStoryrtratlonsTwo Hundred Sermon 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LOOlSYILLB ft Tat KASl ENap No 44 MsJfLn SO Louis X1LyCv EvansvQIe 7ioaa teaopM tt3Ijtt ltJLyfijLjlops rAr LonisvilleA t35pm 716pa t3ga All trains run through solid to KvacirtS Through Parlor Cars and Eollmaa SJeipm 9 A3 trains to Evansville and Su Lotus Trains jfi 4 42 43 and 44 connect at frviactan dally vkk jBii 0 Nos x a 3 and 4 for Ford Lille liartlIihtt iA Falls of Rough aid other stabceso fantfBl branch 1 I EXCURSION LOW RATES Frsm LOUISVILLE titiile soui ERN jMtilW 535O San Francisco CaLtI4 return Aug 4 to J3t iacllyt I- ia 1Gment trOctober 15 3065 Denver Colorado S ring aba l r Pueblo Coland retucH f ote r sale daily up to Sept 50 I Returning Oc 3tr- 159C r- c Asheville and IiM S ciagt N Cand return OJC M 1L i1Ittarn fittiti rtow Sto other rests iat f fie beautiful Und 41 tMMikY1 dISaP eoiia t Jttriesof Westen North cro1isi 1 J Land of the Sky t w1t r handsomely iunMM Ml IN r tnnapplica 1 N 8S filha4U e cur aII 1 itretT 1i1 trria t se Iii E1 Po1esu a jO ra t Opsalt daily tip to r gook tettuiPug Oqtobti3ut t J q f- tl 1P f 2 I J A Ie i 111 r C iHUNdEjiFOItD A s i I L At=iltst ila lMr af4r11 t1Ctk tIi jt Iiti T t 1 LbT r 1 ITA t i 1 J t fAat tJf I I j 1tJ Jj nmii i VIS r Mi t f II 4Iri 4 t u Io1 I I t j 4r i Ir lt8f i5S TiiiIIJI JiJ I tjiii4airirJw3IrJ1sl rDi SEPT 6 II 4 tt 4 DEATH OF sXui AND JONA t THAN l1 r l I Sam 31113 T t V i Motto TextThere is a wa T bus4the end thereof are the ways o t death t prove 1412 3rh i r Four or five years have passed ti our last lesson Saul repent istateli but a short time and h s was again pursuing David An rti Vii Davids faith in Gods sovereignty courset his t e 1 courage his honor and his love for i Gods people He joined J v and his six hundred warriors to the 4 worst enemies ot Israel doing thus on alarge scale what Benedict Ar nold afterwards did He thaye Philistines and had it not been for llthecontempt of their lords for such a renegade and their refusal to be lieve that a man who was willIng to fight his own people could b true to any one David would havf been compelled either to fight against Israel or to have been of trencher against Acbish gWtYJ field of battle His whole cowardnly and the Bible does not excuse t nor justify nor palliate it God ia 1 e his mercy saved David from the Z crowning act of infamy by sendingI him away from the battlefield Now the Philistines fought a gainst IsratlThey had opme I further north than usual to the great plain of Esdraelon where iit is thought they hoped to get con trol of the route cf the caravans to GYP They were camped at Shu nem the very spot where Gideon woTn their great victory Sauls army was southeast of them on the slopes of Mt Gilboa This plain was also i the scene of Baraks great victory Twice under their judges Israel and t Iongreat battle against tremen dous odds on this very spot Now they come again to fight here with t the king whom they had chosen for the express reason that he should lead tb ir armies to victory And the men of Israel fled be Jlor the Philistines andJell down slain itr Mt GilboaThe army of Israel seems to have been very badly placed from a military pointi of view Their line of retreat ledl Gilboa The Israelites see Sover to have fled in a panic those who tJstill maintained order rallying round Saul and his sons They re- ft i treated fighting as they went Jon r athan and Abinadal and Nechis bua were killed one young son wa not in the battle The death ofof Jonathan is worthy more than aj t passing notice He was so brave so true so kindly and loving s t wise in the most difficult positions I so altogether noble From what t we are told of him he was very fa superior to DaviJ in moral charac ter and in unswerving trust in God His faith never falteredbe never t dhhis ecru 1 ecs to the Philistines to fight al w gainst Israel There is no stain j4thepunty of his young man boo he died fighting to save his prfather and his country on the r t Davidliyedtop t L deserveddefeattfi r the noble Jonathanl We can only stvM be surely would have sail r r It is the Lord Ilet hIm don as r wemetfc him good He doeth i i his will mmpng the armIes of fcertrr I F en and the inhabitants of cart r ndnone can sty his band nct y thrtae wHber mtfilriatiiftt7 r acti J r rt wt Imjhaal r Ytf1tbeto Chi iilfW1ttI t l IY J1 1 1JdQt pre rrJ f1 1 r ijllr t = f i r Jrftt ilii Aor JorJjIYJ J I j ii r died fighting fcrAVely for his ilH left behind him an unstain ed name and tookwith him to Rio ry a noble and unfaltering faith in God David lived to power and glory and great wealth but to fall into terrible sin which has given the enemies of the Lord in all ages great occasion to blaspheme to dieIII at last old feeble and suffering ter years of awful punishment for his great sinpunishment which brought death an infamy among his children and the keenish anI heartt tofwith Jonathan than to have jlived to weep tears of bloodover the bier of Absalom U The battle wnt sort against illyeii wasaupon and his sons and they badalready fallen Though wounded he maintained thee tight for loubtfto by enemy But at last the archers were pressing so closely upon him he saw he was anddto armorbearer Draw thy sword and thrust me tlcroughThe nations tn those days were given to torturing prisoners and it is evibent this is what Saul dreaded Forthe manner in which he was killed would make difference in their getting noII sion of his dead body But annourbciircr would rot for he was ajroidIt was his duty to protect the kings litand no puu jishment would be considered to severe for him had he taken it In jtact after Saul had commited suicide by fixing the hilt of his sword in the ground and falling upon it he was afraid to live and killed hirn self aJso So Saul sitsthe fiist suicide 4 of whom we read in Scipture as Judas was the last A noble couple ruly whose exampfesomany fools in this day are found to irnatate All his ittett = means all his personal attendants no doubt who JfouMit round their master to the 4 JlacWhe the people in the adja cent country saw the thoroughness of the defeat they left their cities and fled in a panic And wine they might for capture meant eithe- death or being carried olf into slav cry as well as the destruction of their property This verse is a parenthesis telling the after results of the battle The narrative the goes back to the scene of Sauls death 1 And it came to pass on the mov row Their putting off stipptn- theJ slain until the next day shows that Saul and those with him ha inli Amna fIllY cut off his ktadaJ proof o victory an aaround the cities it was fastened i the temple of Dalton at Ashdod Ashtaroth was their goddess ItI spoilss their enemies in the temples off their gods as acknowledging them to be the authors of their victory aNt And flay fastened his body to the wall of Bethshan tfcthshan was a city which the Canaanites battlefielrd 1he bodies of his sons burg then I al soCCThey were hung on the wiUI1 that all passersby might join ia exulting over the defeat and dis grstce of Israel Bethshan is now callec Bessan 13FortyyeadrS JabesbGi i lead when beseiged by Nahash The people had never forgotten the energy skill and bravery he had displayed in coming to their rescue and alter so many years they have an opportunity of showing their lgratitude JabethGilead was a artY df Manasseh beyond the Jor dan ten miles fron his victorious foes They went at night in order to sarpqse the epemy and maka kcure pf securing the bodies Why they burned tfia flesh iit is hard to sayT hoth the suppositions1 us pally ivengeeminiii08PSicient If theiri jx bjecthadleeot0 keep ephll tltle9 JroInlJlCCYetJJJS tbq b0ai11S1 he ltwzz I to ltrottlCr JHm t fr l cJf l fi lrdl r =i I Qndliburied both under the tree How noble Saul appearedwhen first we met him in what terrible gloom his life went out such is the fate of all human goodness tried by the great dangers of prosperity and power when unsustamed by the regeneratingpower of the Hol Spirit Aaatciatloa il Meetings In lea tacky for 1903 First District S 8 onvention Pembroke May 21 South District AssociationLancaster June 17 Green River Valley S 3 Convention Central City June is Consolidated 8 8 Conventiou Lexington June 25 Union District 8 S Uouveutin- Bcwlio8 Greats tune 25 y M 8 SS Convention Stqrgis June 25 Central District S S Convention Carrolton June 25 A88uclatlonI July 9 4 CouVOIltOIIG July N- LnndnnI District S Convention uunauiidatrd ANSUCiatiuuCyuthiaun July 15 W Kv G V S H unvcutiuu Behel Scimo hoe e llardwnod Jul 16 hurl UrMtrict ArNntiatiou Irenioii July 28 Gri n Uivor S 4 Convention VMtern Grttii Valley Ss C inv ntloi Hiuard Creek AHrcoiatinr 3 ltitvill Jut 22 tort Diallint L S CUJMUIKHI Oivirlrwtr July ytuntc brrnA nuttl ANA tclAtimr Nev 1lmtY S S CuiiVHiitintiPayloitiiwit Jiiy1 Si UIpral AyyociutlonDanville August 2 Liberty aNSrciattnn Greco trivet Vailey Association M t Iteaaaut District A + ooiHoinn Ricbniciii1 St 8 Ml Calvary District Asnociation Irnujtir epS Aid Ditrini AtsociatiutiLoalsvillr 8 pj 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HospitaL 1 Nearly zoo Graduates fa various parts of J I them enjoying lucrative t jSchbol ef practicett tconnnues throughput the rstudentj 1 I of I 4TjI1I 71J 1OOfSSAYS-i BY 100 NBGR BStA NEW BOOK RBAD PAtt1tAL t1sr op q j iCONTIINT51Ys L Will It be cotMW I IL How can the frled1y re one now existing betWesc ilL t3hou1d the the two races In the South be tamed anti titre 1 IIV Is the criminal ignorant and nonpmperty hol g Nepo bo to vote l V To what N8iUltly dealt with in ooU of the Southextent fa t e NeglQjJulplt n lifting the racerVI- fo Ne Its gro it time teachers for the Negro Colfegea In tl1e South to be put Into the baads 1 VII Will the education of the Ne solve the race rcblemt VIIxxxI theNorthaftordTh tothe agro battersP tie8 than th Bothif r future Jor the American Negro XXXVI The American NegOs pporannItice In AfrIca A XVU How to Jielp the Negro to help hmreelt Pi iIf i flEHD THIS FROM TiE SOUTHERN tIsTIIr The aPPSnce of this hook is 1 f 2 pooaible reply to that infamous booklne NegroThe worK wlll furnish good reading bor both races To UIo fit idealstatheand lapossibiliueaof his black brother I ApAI This IB 7inchesengravinga of tko t 100 K0 re writers 1 s 100 cups or discussions on thirtyseven vital topics I raceFrom writers all negroes discuss each rab t ject i Sebicfaction 1race00 fast Bales reported from five to twenty CQples per money day Na Jcompetition We are exclusive nbllhera M 81 cent D 1s11 IIiahop M TBUlng outfit worth iL5o free ICM1 In etampe to sent to pq Ihpostage Descriptive circulars free Act at onceIJ L NICHOLS CO 12 Forsyth St Atlanta CUu LOUISVILLE MINERAL DjREGTORSp yJII1h i F FirstOMa C act andiit- eAttentlonall on the LonisvirFuseram1r ctc Y Fine Nqy Rrnfc her tire PnnenA Car Merge stockrsV of Coffins aai Caskets and F ofYov your Cans thanit r fir filth 1t WalutINII Py 14 r WM J SILKMAN Manager 4trr 1- A PHANCE IN A LIFi TIME OR respectable colored to easyfermiH FtfttStreetdtivision i r J u plotofon Broad way 416 ft and itruns north 1600 feet within 150 feet of chest stirsThissuburbhasy gas electric light and sewer conascttoit9 Broadway fttl be saved to Western Park sad street cars will tan to jt1 tills year REMEMBER ffift ARE OIlY 12 o lOrSS in all and several of Himb ive been sold If you with to par chasea dome in a ssl gt t13it ab ra J vtc3ritl IK ftIU colored people will be permitted come and see us at o- No city taxes improvements cost you notqihg 1Fd H M DONALD 0tla37 FIFTH ST tttUISViU E KYt t 1 I LEXINGTONS BlEAT 00100h- a i FML TtfrtyJkird AAwtl far of ty Curi j f lfiA ciaion iMLIh fined qt tlxrAionrti t 8tfi4t zaC iOnS i5 staS t ever bieff ii 11 4p i r