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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r h a C 1- h e IItIt BAPTISTwv+ 11 11v l uLrJO ESTABLISH ED i179 1 THE HOMESTEAD ON THE HALL t Pilr fertile field and prassy meaap t And orchard slows between A verdant lawn and garden jars BjiKhrimd by forest green Kjru+ earliest sunbeam BUd ibj brow AyAll ataie l+ + vea tbee welt I trow I Ifalr homestead on the hill For many years Ive wandered far btidcrane Mud Ices new l t t memory shone like con tact stetb 1still p luting back to you f Bach lovely pat some awry holds Aud all my pulses thrill r With oiemorle of past days and loves j tiwett homestead on the hill These DOC kl my dear grandparent toted These tt wera their beauty gave J To feet ve scenes of days of grltf f To bridal or to grave B iob duty sorrow Lope or joy That a womans the may Ill Youve sewn my mother west them all Old homestead on the hill Til tree my brittle act with care A though to leave some sign Some symbol ever pointing whole The stars In splendor shine Still spvaus of hope to hearts bereft Still whispers Pace be still f Tnou he ft r heavens home has hit Ttte home tead on the hill I We met but seldom round thy board i I Nor oft tby welcome sharp And many rooms are vacant now 1 I New footsteps press thy stair But gben life r checkered curtains fall And evening ahad s grow cuill fv May heaveus peace rest over all l homestead on tbe hi- llilreti Pomerey Shields Monroe Cite urr Mich a1d CcHafur ft cm Doctor I Doctor say neuralgia Is not danger OUR Tile is poor consolation to a tuf ferer who feels as If bis face were wllLpiercedr a thoatid paiis of piucheis A word 4tohim stay indoors and we Perry Davis+ Painkiller The blessed xreciioiu from pain which follows title 1 treatment cantot be told There Is but one Painkiller Perry Davis I Historical Collection IBaptistq Bone of the members of tbe Baptist denomination may not be aware of the L exltetco in Amtrioa a very large and valuable collection of Baptist litera Cure which la accessible to all wbo my desire to consult it It is the purpose of this sketch to in fermour readers concerning the Sm uel Colgate Baptist Historical Culleo tion which is permanently located in the fireproof Library Building of ell gate University Hamilton Madlton couuty N Y Home year ego tbe late Samuel Col j 1 It tr ui Orange New Jersey found it impossible to obtain Ct rtain informs dun concerning one of the Baptist So olbties This experience ltd him to see the necessity for collecting material bearing upon Baptist History that in th future there might be some cents r from which facts relating W the Dt nomination might always be obtained The result of hie labors for many year ofI louud in this collection which 1 t it ie largest of Baptist historical mater Jt Slat uihia c nutry if nut in tbe world t It contains at the prevent tune 8600 b tlud Volumes as well as about 76 o- uawpWnis 8 aud rtpurts It li rich in biatories and memoirs of dUe 4 ilngutihed men of the denomination to f rep rts of convention association l JoqieUes and records of mmiuuary 9t wjik BuiUh and America from theatime of William Carey it far surpass a all other collections lu fact it consti tutee a llbnry Jn llselr No expeute o L4 been siarcd in thoroughly cat JoKUlngtue matellal collected by theme of the wellkuowu Dewey system so that the vast amount cf mformatloi I contained in its Volume may be avail ed of lu tbtsborte t possible time The maiuUinauce of this collection tj saY LOibing of ita original cal 1 6uald rabU each year but by a wS provision lu the will or the late tJamu 1 Colgate au ample mdowmeut ha been piovidrd fur car yug on the work Au extract from tbe Curators report 1 for tbe academic year 1902198 my be of iuternst as showing tbe growl nbi and population of this collection + hTbtt numb r iif volumes added this t I year bat been 816 Of this number s8I j wr denatd Decide the e volume h 2 7118 reports and 678 Biagasiues and papers were received11 We have at pre taut in the BiIatot teal Collection tWJT volumes told psi7- 1ipt110Rape r phlllU a The gttiwlng tendency to consult lie collection lor reference and etidy iith at home and abroad has llrgely iincreased during the rat year There ie no ckaige for consulting the Collection to anyone willing to visit Hamilton for that put pose and a Secretary s couatuutlj uu baud 10 atCford the visitor every facility Tbos + towevnr who cannot find It conveL loot to wake a personal search may write the secretary who will secure cne sarviura ul SOUL i uf tut students of tnej Hawaii a Thtolu loal Stmlbaiy + uo deb fuuiiilar With this ouleitlou id can e mily obtain the iuforuiuiiOU leslrediixuaandsrf I printed re crts and smpblets are still needed to make this wojltotlon complete Probably by fat ne greater number Of these are now in ziauuce but art in the baud of pc was wio eatnot ai pro plats than a au iu the denomibation Anyone laving woikb bearing upon tbe bistoi If any p rtof the B piiac cUutob suet cal hl tolloa1lLddrtB e and Ketches ordluut o luBUillatlon dedoa you urtaoiitti auuiyeisary and occasional eruioiib ctiuron manuals and old re surds reports of aouiuiiea uiluulds uf soolatlous and conventions oollegt oataloguej etc will coder s faun upon the management of thU collect u bJ u iuiu a tiCating with the dee i lary at Hamilton NY The Negro s Right 10 Sit on Grand Juries 6y the United States Supseme Court The Associated Press dlapatch a tto day Lrounhl to the colored poepl oi iioutguuieo auu Alabaua word as U ctiesucorSAful fruition of one tbe cats tarried ro Th United Suiea 8upieu t Curt by Hu i Wllord U Smith 160 Njdnau Sue t New York Ciiy the loiored allot my wbo haft rpeseuleu them In the contest Mr Suit h has oeeu pence uing iu the stai ttcurtsau UUckupou the validity of the Alab ma constitution which has fraudulent ir disfranchised so mauy of our bent Citizens Oue of these cases was sub witted to tht Supreme Court Jnuuarj 8 without argument and two otuWere argued by Mr Smith t n the Io owing day January 4 The owe sub iniltad January 8 la the one in which a decision has no A been handed diwu It is a oaks yarned to ttu Supreme CUlt to estabiis4 the rlybt cf Negn s co tit on Grand Juries In every Southern staid or wherever the Negro IB brought before state courts on criminal charges The following la the report sent out by the Associated Presn Bud tstabliah es this light most clearly- WAthiugtou January 18th Tbe United State Supreme Court today re fflrm the ruling made some time ago U the case of Carter vs the tate uf Texas to the i Sot that the exclusion of Nfgroet from grand juries iu oaies Involving criminal charges against members of their race la in via tenon of the Constitution aud therefore not permissible The dt cision was delivers d by justice H imea la tbe base of a reslUcut uf Alabama named Dan Roger who was indicted for murder by a Jury composed entirely of white men loin which it is charged all Ne toes were excluded becauie oi Ibeir color The Supreme Court of the tate upheld the regularity of the ac tion but Boasts brought it to the Fed eral Couit on a writot error with the result that the decision of the state ourt was revewwi and the case reo mauded to the ataU court for further proceedings not tnoouab tent with to days opinion- S ihe d oision was based on the Car r Dose in which it was held that e= elusion of all persons of the African race from a grand Jury which fl ids in dlctment sgi ist a Nerro In a tatitourt when they are excluded nntlrely hecau e f race or color denied slim qunl protection of the laws In viola tlun of the Piune ith amendment of ts C 1nlUtJltlfO of the United Sat whethTHUch exclusion I thmuith sc don of ihte Lfvlslature or through the executive or admlui tiativ offloers of thn state Now It lis up to thA Negro people ihi m frlv8 to contend for their rirbt In this matter The highest judicial tribune in te lend haw vinrtlcatd the rlwht of th Negroes to representation grand Juries and our race throu h out the union owe Mr Smith a debt of gratitude which It trill hardly be Able aver to pay 0 aea- va8BELLS lttaal AOey Cama astSckMl Bdia 1 tse- eltb9lrr p Nei tbltWbL4 IdMtlieellr glr Negro Lducotion Not a Ctne Mr Editor Having read carefully the account of the tenet t address of J mel K VMidamai published ill yet pr relative tuhEdCltlioD Pi lug a urse to the Negro I bra Jeb ve to Rive an explanation to those who Lace made such requests of rut and al to our friends wbo and likely to be nib ed because ol snub stateuieutB bun herald abtoaded It le but with respect to Mr Wards mat to nay dirt hr i purely H repre tutatlve specimen ot eta oomtitueuo tub pimiiiuu the state uf UfcMtipp holds toward UK colored pei pie is tin well known He having been elI cite It upon the Uaue Utt the tell ol bunt nould be closed to the NtKro mob ai doers ac given brine tier astteuibl wee a neoeuily in catering to the inlet- se of bis people even tin ugh nil law t of philosophy and psycboljgy ehoult duffer Kuuoation has its origin from rda o wuioa iu its tliwplt8t term meal r 10 lead to d HW sent P itt I ihiuall meaning to dcuelop those inat1 facul lie ha by tilt Crtto thus uJakl r moe Useful ubjeof capable of uiov lug In the aociet of meu aud inure h tell utly using lliooe talent b wliiu ue ball be rewaidtd in alter life Wu have proved the fallacy cati sratemeut tduo iion U a ouiae abu dbowu th t the lack oi it would sluti ouly cleatioy tea h pts of go id chi IIUI1 while ou tanu but curia i it napplnebaUltheeuulRape which betrn to bi 40 prevalent in Miuiiihsippi lAud tb d uin cuuuut Le traced to tducutioi tU ori lu b eanier than Negro educe don it oiigiuated iruiii tXaUiple ai 0 practice encouraged lor 260 Stare b ibuae wbo were dealing iu i uuiau OUlt ud tbw popag tiou thereby iiieuui dollars and ceuta Nature mu t change her count Wit dow la111 emphatically nay wheni abh eU of the 260 years plastic to product oiuilattooa aud quadrooua for iuon iIf U eau be wiped out wilhlb 40 ye it oy abuse and Uruiaiity Tne inquititc of fur iianaiuhavu bleu laid upou tut people of MisaUaipdi cf tbt south uuu Lon Uuited Stiles and all of us snail pay the prier till that which was Uk eu Shall be wholly retuined To say that the slave commltttd butfewunmentiouableorimea ate upon ibe lack of education by Ibt1 wrltrln failing to properly c Mipiiu the couoilioua of tbe present and peel together with the piogresa of the nu Lion In those day rue desires I ibe lave were eucouragedaud pucifl d n gardleas at color sj far i s his master was concernedit was money There fore rape and assault wale untceaaary Again rauling that there were mauy cage of uurueuiiouable crimes aguliut lobe iciest sex it would not rmytt been circulated turough the papers as toouy because dallier with ibere vast num ber uf repnrterb aud press aesLciatlous ned Jot raubtd tbeir present tffloieu vi Whore are the huts that nub wett Carefully coublaer before condemning Negro education Mr Varuamau claims that the o use of tue papira betLg blCA lId by tbu account of acute crime committed try a Negro brute IB but the MBpirulion fur social quality LiiOoura eU iargt y by too cbaiauter of tducmlou Wt claim tUere poUBibJlty title largely upuu Wagtales repot In similar to a sues that iiuppeuid to be iu ray viol il whole a Negro Hud a wouiitu ul Color Lad beeuI ulusely absouiaud their oiloLB Were wulepcred aruuud till an iltfaita dIjibe fearing detection oiled rape IiIWsa banged by a Houdinli nub i her once affctiouate cud beloved name lu lltautUgheadUuel A Negro Bs cat acatiered throughout the laud plajiug it Ugiua upon tbe whole Negro race fo attempt an ezptrtuient lu this lath age lath lu tduuate the Least auu laud ouiy Igiioriug the wind toe eat luitiilgeaoe tLy wblub all other fncuitttsuf wan ate guvtlrutdruUh an ezpetiuieiil cuutray to ail natural aid ptiyeiual laws could only origouaie low uCla ul Mr Vuidamaua ualibie dud tuleiale by hat p uplu ul MUbloa ippl RATTYaDayton Daily Press- UNIVERSITY NOTES a U Rah nib rab rab 8 U Ran rub rub rab Hurr u I Hurrah1 State University rah rah rah ZoThe Literary Sioufcy last Friday night pr seated an excellent treat to aU who were present wr The selections rent elIt Ly 1icfr Hathaway hewed U at e ini a IIIUFI r in elocution He c ltd the boute b Horm Burroughsvia Wdareulaltgla1 to welcome ti oar readilyWcUuivtiaity- trof HatliRuny rd re red the Ir idajaiulLlligpitCrbft tttiu toltav tutu file ua He WU tltod to do bU- F Dr Puree preached st Screen Suu ay evening to IIUUtuueThe new members of the choir added muuu to the luueic t xaujiuatio Ware over and we are 4r i diug our rijirgicH to v to the clue tug up ul tueeeuuud teiuj- 1ut taiid term wih begin Mtrch lit 4ti is liiliy Day Ilet car nit Iltilch brgin 1 L we We nerd 1Ue d duJJurf uud we ought top r it 1 Cau be dune if we fvtlliull ogallacrII ub us Sunday tvtnu g I Bureau will have cuiuuiujiou iuxt uuuay VtLHJJII Mr Hugh JtllVruou ho llulu Chica r o ntrLUa fur his imicli 4tll i fmu licteau tj unite Hita KeV Fifchira ouuicb I MilS Miirv B Whiiaker 01 e or out very brat jouug IJvUlo leavrb ULUI 11IluIurn hut Keutuuky nuts uol lie to- eur such a raw Uu ll1wII Mr Jtt S Wliilhktr w hoiis in the latluuliug ulAba Mil nut gu KuUaUa until lie ItcelVtb LtloUluloUja Mr U W N igi bult jiinpiltturI uf I bu Blue XUKlouKyi I lug Ujoug uia Irinut Hu did otII lurgtl tu visit Lie Aluio 11tt Rev C D Duuglts D D of Lex- tuglun K ihtlW ilsets r IU llUUOl Our wutthy sns ate ccaittriug them oelVed Over the elates Several new btudeuts enrolled last week Aud atilt Lucy Cuuie Tie w tits Used gicl seminary sit eLls rtiil KiVe u bai quit at tub tliue tint place for Uoidiug the Buibe u Baptui uouveutiou uext buuiiuer fur the rurposeof oringlugf Wtt students tt fiend logetuer Bitd lu rise uiuu ey iit tneii buliool Why usa we nut do the awe thing in VluubBter Hheu the G nerul Ataouibtiou metis idol the gruduaUM bee lu luis Itt toe graduates an friends of tbe of be LJiivereily Le iu tu pUu uuvtr to u aie tbeiiibflvea l lltt VnCueblir at they never have beture Let us imVi a united ilJit lo ruaxe Old Slate what we ttuld have it be Tue graduates of ome schools giv every yeur a certain ptceui of pail tQCHiie ti iheir A uia Mite to taint au Eudowrneut Fund why can our grailuntes uit du tbebslnr2 1 t us du it sod theieby iliougb in a feebleway s how our prtciaiiouui wutetnita been duet fur us- FOIL UVKR SIXTY VBAR MRS WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP ha been used for over bixty yean by million of mothers for their children while teeth llog with perfect anccess It aopthes the child lottens tbe gums allays all pate cures wind culic am is the best remedy for Disrrho Ba It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately Sold by drugiatf iu every part of the world twentyfive sorts a bottle Be sure aud ask for M- rWunlowi Soothing Syrupand take no other To the Superintendents of Child i ven Bands Auxiiary to ItheI CII Dear Siters I ragain appeal to you in I the interest sf the Ciiuir nV Bind We came train our l itC mvei ton vr1l11Utb euoouiagid over I at fiuauuia rallrr but WP must cominue to wirk aciouipiirb our undertaking T iit work BI ould not ba cot fluted t 1 a few but to tti uiniiy BaplUtd f the S alb ul Cfiiucky Tilt wuium ire UUkDK a jubl t uort i ae ILlulnn went to di ltk wire Plan some way that you can Ie t the uliildr n iuturs steii iu the wo k navy ti e b uds imet regularly Wo re n t only altr the m unt hILhildrea stud us fur our woik but we workII iJ =t J THE NATIONAL BAPTIST COMMENTARY FOR 1904I T I Csnslvli 4ytlit Csmrni- nUrylht First M Its Kls- lEm PsMlsattf SUCGESTIIE ILLUSTRATIVE COMMBEISIII I Practic- alhd SehstJ- Csstsiisttry ca Isultitsls AM to SIpSrlatsa4elthunday Ctkssl Tiaektra tslCkristlts Wsrtus JSTRICTLY ORTHODOX AND PURELY BAPTISTiaA CeamrtJlary for the matea Sack leaser kae a The1 Motto Test fe Lemon uinCi d Loa homeht1 1llBI outline e I tr4actloa 1 Ri Biponitlonl hl Orieatal Tact 1 la Tcacklax Poiatiik Doctrinal Ourmilon edI 1 Prt7B JJsstloas aake It hriliral to teachers lied a gad prateadeperteace 8rat tracker cad Ior Worker korldhress ey eutarrtnlCBeon Order atatIif copy taata lu or More to era address aaata Mail C 1 1ft Yaore rltlet ester aldreaa U aq is SEND ALL OftDIRS TO THE NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD t tSSl tt H OYD D D Sl ortatry 123 NORTH ALATXET STREET NASUYiUa TENNESSHt L J that of taut g without ncelili gaP our bicstd toaster hI uti i it la Lon Ll rved 10 give than tu rceiv 11 By the asridtauie of the Loid we hope to do uiiie this year thai wo bate in sty pre etuuryear STag Pt1I etlDdpruptrt rriualu title iaou and etry pus ot you le lilt prytl of jour bunb e ejVAUt I wul v sit the lol owing Suuda SiLo i ou fur dates mcmioui dII bbl uury 7 N Mrett u 14 Hill Street II 41 N w Hope II 28 Aut ocu March 6 Good Su pbtrd- 13ctiieuuiai II2u Emma uel 11 27 Mau Surect Aril 8 Zion 10 ulatd Street 17 litle 1uok- r 24 LnmptuL t tl eel May 1 Uleuu S reel 14 8 Ckbel Street II 16 htigta a 11 X Girt Caiie11 29 AII boruge bud Pewe Juue 6 J Qbruutowa 12 NOM burg MoLbiB WIUIAMS State Stcretaiy oi cliiureua baUd 8501 Sxih sly Jouioilt Ky By Urlbiiig the Aitrve with opium a cough way be slopprd Utuporaiiiy but the iifliuiitioa ul + hub the cough is a symptom IOU fiuin bad to worse Do Lot waste time anu wuuey on delu iVH cciuyh uilzt urea Reuewber that Allen Luug Bal aui dues uol merely put tbe nrrtea- to sleep It gets right down to the cot of the trouble and cures even deep deultd hfifectious of the thruat lUlU latgr FROM OWENSBORO Knowing cs I do that Information fiom thl part of tne puiobase is always palatable I therefore whlUt the waters seem to be disturbed will wake a i tflort sayIWiiliatu Aiieu formerly A Lexington ft id for tear two years thy accept d I parlor of the Sweeny treet tMptit church during whion time he has so lllvtd lust none lu those put speak uf him only in Find He Iis a shepherd IIdedi one tbat ItI well worthy of his vocation The first of Dtombvr be ntd a slight attack of pnrnmo la but has recovered praise the L rd- A little over a m nh ng the Na floral Correspondence Col ege of Yin jnuoi IdclUrurr d tbe degree e f D ictor of Divinity upon the gtvI William Allen for which we are proud to let God bu pralstd all ye ends of beI arab Wd since wl ha plea for tbe jr yers of the righteous wuicb ayalleth muoh ouyi Worlds FlIICh 904JJ Mi Jibn C Weber director of Web etatalilitarj b udof lJIDolooaU kuow t as the ticB and of America bM oowp std ibe 81 Louis Worlds Pair 1904and dedloatad it to lbe e IMroh Purchase Exposition It a- will bt distributed through tb pea err dpartmeut of the H O S W a R W ilJfl Fair Route ai 10 cents pnj o ryTha arrangedfargotten up with highly illuminated rile rover Mr J UH C W ber Iis t only a great Musicall Director but use b prlpIWjrlda lair M iroft is the Iatirt success and will aild fur her to his fum Mr W ber and his great orxanlittloa of artiste has twice defeated all comers Ilu the national couteHtt at Ifilks RaaiotiB The latest triumph wts atfBslti more Mil ou the 21stf last JvlgJ when a uniable CllItt oornposj 4 jof the leading Ial cU of America won the first prize of 100000 It IU c iuff eutfy es pcted that Mr Webers Wo ids Pair Much will become pupuUi alrdaVing ibe nest year and every bbue oWjj 4liould have a CI py of this mania Hvtid iu teut m silver to the under i signed and a copy of the WoJdi Va1j Miruh will be mailed to your IfirAlark Mentiou KnvelupeWOKLlrS this paper when MARCK odesliddnearr O P McCRT GeuII Pa+ iugr BOSVl L- ChaIQqaU V a NEW ERA INSTITUTE k Rev R It Butler MI ain ary tr the Eisteru District will h Id New Era In titules as follows First Chmcb Geogetown 87 NorS3 and 20 First Church Paris Dec 19lB Iftand 18 h- HroetwaYi Wluchoiter Dec 28th lOUt and 8ijf Pastor Ministers and Sunday school traebtr deaonris and aij ehrlst latis workers am urged o attend artaeslt t injthe great work of building Bjfj our Master kingdom Bring your Bibles with you- WANTEDTRU81WORTBy LADY r gentlemai to manage busiuts ia fell ouut and adjoining trritpry f raikotue- of solid Duauolal sat ding fSOOOstr4fjBl vb salary cud expenses patel aaetk Monday direct from headquarters ftx Deus money advanced politic pr M ortit Adirrss Marjafftf 9w4+ tuti Vltlw U T 0 c n c- r = rt trttt 1 AMERICAN IS UTEST FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 1904 f AER1CANBPTIST- ii BSTABUBHRD 1879 PUBLISHFD EVERY FRIDA OJTFlCtt 710 FIFTH ST IoursviuE KY E3ite1- L1E a1D Yauce L23 i 3 MbKTHS j 75 THWW MOUTHS 40 J MTONB COPY PlUm 0y M afy1y w will s ss Naasa- r nI f befssu fit payout It rdrcr StkaBetbo aArMA8IIJ7a1aAlfj PitId FRIDAY JANUARY 29 I9Q3 dal sass WHbTHER Gov Vardiarnan of Miss believes it or nut he has made himself the Prince of Dema gogues by the notorious references to his colored constituents in his in augural address as Cover nor of that state Gov Vardamau hardly be lieves what he has said him561t and he 01 ust have been p laving upon the prejudice and ign0 ranee of men J of his own class ratht r than to con- VinceI sertbus acth ughtful people I i that vcatior hail the tendency to I fasM triasinaJl instinct in any CM All history is aRainit suchII 1 theory cud the r ecord of the Negro since the dad of emancipation I prove its latefty The among Nej w es no more criminalSI the educatedclass than long tothe same class of any people j I 1 1sndGov Vardaman simply shows I his ignorance and prejudice when be makes such a declaration Per j I bps he was seeking notoriety and it he was he has succeeded but he has not discourage a single ed man horn acquiring colortII- ill t the wealth and all the virtu that will make any class of Amen cans industrious lawabiding and1 intelligent citizens r j rWHEN the suggestion was first made to adopt an educational1 qualification for voters io this state it was claimed to be lor the pur of eliminating the vote of the i and vicious classes but iin rrpJse1 ram to the CourierJournal1 Frankfort last Friday an- nounIcing the call of the caucus of the members of the Legis re to consider the question it to be for the purpose off an educational qualificationI on the Negro vote ask why is the necessity more argent to place it on one class off Tpters than upon another Surely ji ignorant white voter is no better qualified to enjoy suffrage than an iignorant colored voter This is exactly the reason why it is so diffi cult to reach the conclusion th the matter of adjusting the race problem may not be left to th Con them white man alone becau almost invariably he is willing to Rdace burdens on his neighbor that Up is not wilAng to bear himself He ought to be abje to read any standard that he thinks the colored voter should reach and he ought in allI fiiirness be willing to attain it 1 1enderexactly the same conditions I TilE bill to disfranchise the Negroes in Kentucky was practical- killedt in the House of Representa tives in Frankfort last Tuesday The Democrats in Conference fat t tat ed to reach an agreement on th subject Monday night and wh the measure was reached in the orders of the day Tuesday con sidI eratton was indefinitely postponedj by a vote of 47 to 42 Toe mots to postpone was made by MrKlair a Democrat and 29 Democrats voted in favor of the proposition show inK as Mr Wells another Democrat stated in the Conference th the bill was morally wrong and politically bad Whatever may 1 have been the reasons which re salled in this action it is cent s that the sense of fair play has bees destroyed among Kentucki Itir nnJnJiaai I ir Ov abridge the rights of its citizen a Isolely on account of color At the same time we desire to admonish our people that the only safe plan is to prepare for an intelligent disI charge of every duty that is incuni ben upon good ciuzooa wader the constitution THE era of peace and good will seems to be spreading in Virginia among Baptists and from present appearances others will be finally embraced within their iolds First ChurchIesdifferences in a l ecoming waythen the three separate Ministers meetings broke down the imaginary bars and united in one body and no a itj is proposed to unite the two j organizations and let the great Baptist family in tha Old Domin ion dwell together in unity This is right and proper and not an obstacle real or imaginary should stand in the way THE Indianola Miss incident jclosedwith the appointment ot j Mr W BMartin who was a bondsman and friend of Mrs Cox as postmaster The office has been biased for some time and as the explrd ment the President appointed Mr Martin to the position This has disI cussion for some time and as the office will now be repptned it will be construed as a victory ffor those who opposed the retention of Mrs Cox in the office At the beginning the wrong way is inviting Afterward it is disap pointingI The Book ot Proverbs has a powerful picture of sinrepre seated as a beautiful woman who lives in a fine house and who invites foolish young people to come and 14dwell with her Her mouth is smooth J1as oil and her invitations as sweet these path to her house leads to death and that her guests are in the sham bers of hell There is a way that seemeth right to a maw but the end thereof is death At first stolen waters are sweet but afterwards sin proves to be bitter as worm wood and sharp a s a two edgeo sword The story o f Adam i n I Genesis illustrates the folly of listening to the voice of temptation 1and gratifying appetite and suffer ing the sense of sin a ad shame and estrangement from God in c nse quence Esau parted with hisii- a forf dinner o f boiled greens just as many persons now for the sake of an immediate gratification of appetite part with future and lasting joy and peace An fhey who are tempted to take the broad and easy way of sIn should ccnsider what it may mean not only for themelves but for those dearest to them R J Kent atIMPORTANT 1 NOTICE eTheI Green River Valley Minis conse vene with the Biptist Church atI Taylor Mines Thursday before the fourth Lords Day in February Brethren from other districts are invited We trust that the brethren belonging to this district will be on hand as so few attend onl when the meeting convenes with the Association and then have more to say than anyone else and have done nothing for the general work all the year Rev Offutt and his good people carlyC REV WM OFFUTT Mod REV G W BROWN C1 enSCHOOL NOTES Examinations are over and there drybonesonThe Jefferson county teachers t will hold their heal meeting SaturI day Feb 13 at the Court Hous I building at 2 p m The followin I program will be rendered Nature Proatf I C W Houser Relation between the Church and School Rev J II Martin Character Mrs Lucy Scott Topics i 2 34 Mrs Mag yinJ1i Topicsnot9 I kgastsotlrsiongastsotlrsionnet J ALEXANDER PresIV B RAYNBS SecovaJu i NEWS AND NOTES The heaviest snow ever known fell in the South last week At erJarksnnlfes deep and at ALlaiua citui iud es deep t jI fI IIn announcing the policy ho intends to pursue as governor of the state of Mississippi Maj Varda j man said in his inaugural address j that ha favored Separate sleeping iI and dining cars for the races and a strict enforcement of the law as a means of preventing conflicts gad promoting harmony between theI races This simply means that he favors shutting the Negro off from such comforts and conven- Iences entirely as no company cnn afford to run separate cars for such purposesS W Christian Advu cate The question of a new capitol for Kentucky is now definitely set tIed and the Legislature has appropriated 1000000 for the new building at Frankfort The passage of the bill was announced by the firing of cannon and other demonstrations of jy in that city Though Dr W D Crum is ser ving as Collector of the Port oft Charleston S C but under some statuatory provision he is unable tM I williINeatness is a good thing for a girl and if she does not learn iit when she is young she never will I It takes a great deal of neatness to make a girl look attractive A girl that is not neatly dressed is called a sloven and no one likes to look at her Her face maybe pretty and her eyes bright but if there is a spot of dirt on her cheek and her fingers ends are black with ink and I her shoestrings are dangling and her apron is dirty and her collar iisI not buttoned and her skirts torn she will not be liked Learn to beII neat and when you have learned I the lesson it will almost take areiii of itselfExThe I Institute has re1I cently received from Mrs Barlow I j of Boston a gift of four thousaa- dollars to found permanent scholarships in memory of the late Col Robert Gould Shaw Rev J H May D D pastor dof the First Baptist Church Provi dence Ky who recently entered a 10000 damage suit aeainst the L N R R for an insult given by a conductor who is an infidell won the suit in the Circuit Court at Madisonville Ky Saturday Jan 30th It will probably go into the higher court Johnson and Jen nings represented Rev May Rev W H Leavell D D closed a successful revival at the Baptist Church Mt Vernon Ind j lasYt Wednesday evening with fiftyfive additions thirtythree being con verts The Church is greatly revived I The latest denominational school i is the Normal Industrial Institul klion at Metropolis III Prof F Hawkins of State University has been selected as its head j I I The New Era Institute at Earl ingto Ky this week and the one I at Stanford Ky for next week have I been postponed Announcements cf the new dates will be made 1laI eII II Rev T P Smith the well kno inCa great revival at Columbia Tenn I I which a deep interest is being shown k l I iIRev C M Hammonds has been appointed State Organizer for the I CL J 11c B Y P U in Kentucky to succeed Rev G W ser1vingthe Executive Board of the Gen a Association I ITile bill in the Kentucky Legis lature to prevent the coeducation of the races has been reported fa vcrably and will possibly become a law It is aimed at Berea College and will greatly injure that institu tion if passed St Valentines greeting to all who love to snuggle close to Natures hearta beautiful creation in water 904bicycleoft rosy health happily blending 1 With the sunshine ofas opening I justdropHertford Conn or Chicago Ill EDITOR T THOMAS FORTUNE AT LEXINGTON AND FRANKFORT I I After cmpleting his engagements in this city and New Albany Editor Fortune went to Lexington where a splendid meeting in the interest of the Afro Ainerican Councilwas held During his stay he was en I i DrandIlI ali t luncheon In both cases he me several friends and all enjoyed the sumptous repasts Arriving at Lexington Friday morning hi was escorted to the JackI duringa LexIinpects In the evening Asbury M E Church was crowded to the doors with an appreciative audience and standing room was at i prem ium The Knights of Pythias attended in a bJdy and filled the center pews of the church They were under the command of Mr J LV Washington G C C andMr G C Minnis C Cand made a fin appearance Mr J C Jackson pre sidedand Mr Fortune made a splendH address which was warml applauded At the conclusion enterd tained at a Smoker in company with a number of Pvthians who were in Lexington attending a meeting of the Endowment Boar of Managers The Banquet spree was an elaborate affair and the K of P deserve great credit for their support and aid given to this public demonstration in honor of one off the most earnest and courageous race leaders Saturday morning was spent in a pleasant visit to the Colored Orphans Home of which Mrs J C Jackson is President Mr Fortune was also much pleased with a visit to Ashland the home of the late Hoary Clay Sunday was spent with friends in Louisville and Monday Mr Fortune went to Frankfort to fi 1 Ian engagement in the Capitolf CityUpon his arrival he was made at home with Dr and Mrs E E Un derwood where he was hospitably entertained during his stay Dunn the day Mr Fortune was the guest lot the Clinton St High School1 anBd the State Normal School Prof- S J Hathaway Principal At both schools Mr Fortune was Introduced and made addresses to the students In the evening the First Baptist Church was crowded to its utmost capacity to hear the closing llecture The their of the church rendered several patriotic songs and Rev E jT Fishback offered prayer The pewr nbaps best ot the series and was Merestini es p dally by a of oM veterans who were present It was a magni ficient effprt and Mr Fortune has not only made many new friend for himself but new friends for the cause he so ably represents kMiv 1 I IouilbU alioullJJ Ranking mO N E Cor MuthaaM rket uca- BJXet foPP3nf III Stnon J a est Sat Yault 500 psr ear and upwald i W H Steward one of the Vic I l AmericaJlICouncIl on the trip and added much to the j success of the meetings The financial receipts were not as large as the necessityt of the oc casion demandedbut stillI llall things considered it was creditable a showed an unusual interest in tHe aqdlibertieaafter completing his appointments in this State went to West Virginia to fill several engagements in that state OCCASIONAL rOTES OF 111 II LOCAL INTEREST wi Rev J M Monday of Hender son Ky was in the city last week attending the funeral servines of DudleytMr H B Britt our well known singer will be associated with Rev EA Wilson ot Kansas City in conducing revival meetings in Phil adelghiaThe of the Lords super p will be administered at Bland St and Emmanuel churches nitSunday afternoon 1 The Executive Board of the Gen eral Association will hold its month ly meeting at Calvary church next Monday afternoon President E Y Mullins of the Septinaryr Grainger to succeed the late Bisi ofethe Louisville Free Public Library theColoredYfat the Y M C A 942 W Walnut St next Thursday evening The Republican Bongresslonal 1 Commitee has decided to hold the District Convention March 3ist for delegateds 1 Convention Rev Wm Young cf Bowling Green is in the city Kmineaceofwas in the city this week on a busi ness trip Misses Annie and Margarett Per kins of Frankfort were in the city this week Mrs T S Lusby was called to Marion Ind this week on account jf the illness of her daughter Mrs S Plato e rfvival services at Bland st Church Wednesday evening ot last week with two candidates for baptis and several other additions htgshadow or not another cold wave came in on time Tuesday evening It WB3 warm in the morning rained and snowed during the day and grew colder as the evening came on ReVs G W T Russell of 613 Floyd st and B JjDavis of 113 W Gray strare still on the sick list A Foreign Mission meeting willI beheld at the Lampton st Church next Sunday afternoon when Mrs Lillie S Edwards will deliver an address Mrs Lijlie Kelley of Greenville Miss is in the city the guest ofher parents Rev and Mrs CC Bates Rev J RG Slaughter was in the Indians1 a oils to Danville Ky iTU QItit 4 SocketYr iUJith xot3A4t AJaat dJate IoI i b r 1 dhi Paidup NtISCapta 9 dG uaraoteedFund1II00Oos I I I Money Loaced o Real Estate + First Mortage Real Estate Gold Bonds for Sale which uet tile buyer 43 per cent Bonds as small as 25 This Is Hu best way to save Money OFFCEMi- OEO A NEWMAN ProiMwt ARTHUR G LANOHAIIVcaPa-C s ew M PHILLIPS SKCUKTAKV sac MAMATO G10 W JlUTCDlSONTwnuE-o L MCDONALD ATTIHWT DIRECTORS WM B BELKNAP CHAS H EOHMAE THEO AHRENS Jm Wu J HGAM OTTEStiOBOANBWbAN JOHN B PIRTLE C M PHlLUft i JOHN C STROTHER OFFICE 234 FIFTH ST t Telephones Main 10 HMM 130 PRESENT CREAMERY 1023 Twilflkt St Lublin bTHOS F PARKS FftOPHICTO ICECREAMFresh EggaButtermilk Calland tae ut we Mitn 99 have what you writ Km Pfcini 5242 Song Recital at the Church cf Our inKFebLincoln Day will be observed at the Congregational Church and Chestnut Sts Fnday 11II Feb 12 to which all friends are invited An appropriate program has been arranged Mm Estella Whitney of Owea 2rfrienRev G H Tompson of Ldtck field Kywas in the city this weekI Miss Ruth M Hatchttt and Mr Geo Petty were married Tuesday eve Feb i at 762 Center st and Miss Albertha Griffith and Mr Thos Burt were t united in matri moat Thursday evening Jan 28 HIdings mMrs Maria Uttts a Geman worn an from Independence Mo was taken to the ysof last week suffering from pneu monia The died that night and in her belt 3000ini papers other papers showing site wit worth over 20000 in real estate She went to the hospital under pro test though she was aaablento c0o tinue her journey to Pleasure Ridge Park Ky where sheMias a related J The revival which is in Pryat the Lampton street Church con rinses with unabated interest there being seventy accessions up to this time Rev B J Garrett who has been assisting Pastor Bats preacts ed his closing senhon to aft aodi ence tha Retflowing Wednesday evQiMad nceived a collection of S61 oe die was compelled to return to Hop kinsville but be is expected to re turn nazt Moftday 7r VJT WX 4 1 = T l2 C 7TtfrJ roAN BAPTIST FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 lP04 J tfiMntti as Well as Men I Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble L RUM trouble preys upon the mind dis uot aad IMMCII ambition beauty vigor j r tandcheerfulness soon J disappear when the kidneys j are out ot order I or hubecome diseasedl that it Is notuncommonI for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid w neys If the child urin area too often if the ftee scale the flesh or tf when the child an ate when It should be able to 111ICh the passage It is yet afflicted with ttlnr depend upon IL the cause of A difficulty is kidney trouble and the first ep should be towards the treatment of p unpleasanttffoubletidaeys and bladder and not to a habit aa moat people suppose Women as veil as men are made mto with kidney and bladder trouble remedytheofSrwaIWeotepr Aw ta fifty est am ene tfeXar Asea Yea wr have a acipfe kettle bjr mall tree also pamphlet tell floats oC eessepiloo- tlet an at+nut It Includlag many of the Aouaandi of testimonial totters received Srem sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer lit fc Co Binghamton N Y be sire and I Atattan this paper Daat mike an mistake but rem W net tike defile SwjtnpRoot Dr giieeie 8 tttnp Root and t ae address Bingbarap a1iN tfo every bottle I IB1JIBltABISllUBDT N K eor lltb 4 Green Sto I LOUISVILLE KY Home Cooking Polite Service Everything rhlea and Inviting tIieols at all hours to midnight everyday We are looking for ward to a first class hotel 1 J H PERDUEPROPRIETOR 1 W JORDAN SONS 1M W Wout SL XOUUVIUX kSNTUCKY t Marutacturere ol all kiuds of A YY Faney Gretroa and Icee Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups Ft Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 340eY Wm Watson tMQERTAKERENIALNER W a COX CXMTZUT AHD 10 th 88- Furniibtt Coffias Cases Shrouds apt everything for Funerals Prompt service Reasonable term MlUFACriON GUARANTEED V srLose 5M Residence SaSB Jacob St Or V H Pickett I7B7SKZAH AND SUEOBOX w wTtot nooma IOXDAY 1 1 fL ui to siam IO to II Lm 9fmto3pmL 7 to 8 p ID Ap m i e inLK8TON8T wuisviuR1ty J E HEIGHBOB8 l This Illte PhsfglLfherI I 1 taaJktbtraaMPttRtBgaSI aity MOil ItHONI 4era u W tfalimt 8L tuwvnx Kv iI I f Miltons Cafet W SoA WAY LOUWVILLB KY t V als ot all Hours Best Service i eft the 1I1101t RJ able Rates 1M iTiIrp r tJ i W HfUORIUti William Lewis the husbl nd of Mrs Sarah Lewis and one cf the most faithful and useful def tens of the Centennial Baptist church Louisville Ky died at his residence No 1026 Zane Street Saturday January 17th 194 His fun eral WES held at the above named church Monday January 18th fun eral sermon was preached by the pastor Rev J W Lewis from Mitt 6 19 20 Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth Brother Lewi was a soldier of WM LEWIS the late Civil War anda member of the Warner Post of the Grand Army of the Republic about 15 years and manager of the Drum Corps He filled all of the honora ble positions of the Warner Post with honor and great credit He was an untiring worker in his churchand was known and loved by all the members as a spiritu 1 and honest Christian He was also widely known among all the lead ing men and women of the G A R His funeral was more largely ittended than any funeral witnessed in quite a while Among those who attende 1 of the leading G A Rs of the city were Capts M Minton and J H Browning Capt Minton spoke very highly of Brother Lewis as a soldier and as a member of the G A Rand of his having attended all of the encampments in nearly all of the states and territories in the United States Asleep in JPPUB Bleated deep From whUh none eer wake to weep A c situ and tmrtinturbed repiae Unbroken by the last of fuel Oh how we miss thee dear brother William I Goodbye till we meet thee in heaven where parting will be no more We shall never cease to cherish thy love and kindness- A FRIEND Louisville Ky City Min stars and Deacons C nfane This body met Monday morning at Green street Church members present Rev Frank Gaddie Bates Craighead Perdue Reynold Cole man Ross rents Lewis Jacobs Rhodes Floyd Bowen Wm Reed Moms Settles Offutt Merrifield Alexander J Davis WatsonE W Reed He Clellan Washington Par rish Johnson Keeton Richardson Brethren Martin Generals Tal ly Weber Visitor Revs P H Clark J Vin egar Wm Young Rev J H Frank D D presided and Revs Johnson and Tally con ducted devotional services REPORTS Green StS S 131 collectior 508 Revs T F Blue and W R Payne preached collection 2816 Fifth StS S 930 pastor and Rev G W Hampton preached one received under watchcare collection 47 00 Lampton St SS no collec tion 274 Rev B J Garrett preached thirteen received for bap tism two restored tnd two under watchcareEmmanuelS S go collection 178 Rev J Vinegar and Wm Young preached three received for baptism two restored and one under watchcare collection 31 37 Ninth St S S 50 collection 75 cts pastor and Rev P H Clark preached nine received for bap tism collection jooo dam Sfeepb dS S 15 coUficu Jiw J M tioni5 pastor and Rev C M JJacobs preached one for bapiim collection 3 30 Bland StSS 25 collection 50 pastor preached two received for baptism collection 1600 BeargrassS 840 collection 80 cts pastor preached collection 4 no Indiana Ave S S 16 pastor and Bro Woodford preached collection 4 10 colilectionreceived by letter collection zooI ZionS S no collection 19 05 pastor and Rev P H Clark preached three received for baptism three by watcbcare collection 27 50 NewburgSS 25 collection 20 pastor preached collection 3 oo BethelPastor preachedcollec tion 2 65- CentennialS S 117 collection i 65 pastor preached collection 1300 CalvaryS S 105 collection 605 pastor preached one re ceived by relation two by watch care collection 2815 AntiochS S 25 collection 56 pastor preached four received for baptism one restored and two bj watchcar collection n6 Little FlockSS 48 collection x68 Revs R P Merton and D Steward preached one for baptism collection 4 80 Bro T J Tally was admitted tc membership Rev E T Offutit read an able piper on the topic If Conscience a Suitabe Guide for the matters of life The paper mett the cordial endorsement of those who discussed it The Query Master answered the questions in the qiery box in a very fulland comprehensive manner Consideration was resumed ol the report of the Committte on In terdenominational Alliance and the proposition was approved fivorinjg the organization Revs Watson Marrs Perdue E W Reed and Bro WH S eward were ipp pintd as a committee to arrange the de tailsThe Critique was read by Rev W H f raighead and the usual an nouncements made Adj turned with benediction by Rev William Young Clark County M D Meeting This body met Monday evening with the first Baptist church Win chesterMembers present Revs lH S Rawlings G W Toliver J Hen derson C Bi bee H D Colerane H C Baker C P M Bigbee deacons Dudley Simms J M Bates Thomas Perkins William Taylor Charles Purvine Rey G W Toliver was chose- Moderator and devotioal exercises were conducted by Revs Rawlings and HendersonRCPORTS Falmouth Sunday School 18 collection 7 cents Pastor preach ed Lords Supper administered collection 336- Broadway Winchester Sunday chool 30 collection 70 cents Pastor preached collection 800 First church Winchester Sunday School 35 collection 82 cents Paster preacbed collection 6 oo L E Junction Pastor preach d collection 200 Evergreen Mt Sterling Sunday School 28 collection 45 cents Rev J C Cross and pastor preached collection 5 92 Washington Street Winchester pastor preached collection 2 27 After reports Rev H C Baker preached a sermon for criticism I NoIAfter a thorough investigation the discourse was passed as the sense oi the meeting Col ection 60 cents Rev R S Rawling was appointed to preach next Monday After the critiques report the body adjourned to hold next session with the Broadway church Benediction by Rev B S Rawlings Rev G W TOLIVERModerator J FRANCIS WILSON Clerk Pro tern r M y r SHOPSON z IIlVlerchant TailorClea- ning and K pairii ste itly dune called for and delivered I ISpecht Altentfonto Lilies Work and Oir of TowrOrdeo All new work Pressed Free of Charge 632 EJHTH ST Kal1tuck7II I Il1T 13 THE CLOTHES THAT MAZE THE MAN Masterson makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garmants given Espscial Attention Try our Regulation Trousers 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resorts of Michigan 1 Wisconsin and Minnesota j J Brack LIck II West Bafea fltriafB reached only by the Uoacx The remedial properties of the varieee l sprinza at these famous resorts are world renowned for chronic altoenU of Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Yoa drink the waternature does the rest deal IIfIeliW giving hotel rates and tuB iafanutiea E H BACONI t District Pass Alt LQUL4e Xy 0 tJCentral Law SchQOll LOUISVILLE SY t I One of the sLAW SCHOOLS Schools A 11alYant9gea11 among the leading lawyer at the Louisville bar For fartlur Information and particular Addis ALBERT Sa WHITE LL aI- F I 0 t JUr t i = a 1i r = r X J 1 c L b + = L1IL- i r I I AMERICAN BAPIlol BIDAY FEBEUAET5 1904 t h t L t 1nnaD School a tatop I IeIv aSUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 I OUR LORD FORGIVES SINS Mark Q 112 Motto TextThe Son of Man bath power on e rth to forgive sins Mark 210 Am1 again he entered into Ca daysHPe had been preaching through the tcwns of Galilee The whole region was deeply stirred and so far thei rulers and pharisees if not friendly had made no opposition to him And it was noised that he was iin it the houseItProbably the house which he made his abode when ii- j in Capernaum which was now his dwelling place A crowd quickly gathered around him They filled the room in which he sat the openi of the house and even the entrance Not so much as about the door 1 has refer nce to the open hallway Ifit houses were built round an open court and a passage led thru the front to the street And he preached the word unto them That was his great businesspreach ing the word The miracles were but to confirm that word t One sick of the palsy which was borne of four This shows he was so thoroughly paralyzed he was entirely helpless And as had been well said just as leprosy was an illustration of the polution of slit so was paralysis of the utter helplessness of sin Man can do nothing whatever for his own salvation i When they could not come nigh unto him for the pressGoing to Jesus has never been an easy thing There are so many things in the y press between the soul and its Sa viour that hinder its going for pardon Long continued habits the cowardice of sin evil or indifferent companions all these ai d a thou nand other things block the way It iis well for every unregenerate heart to ask itself solemnly and in the fear of God what is the obstacle which block its way to Jesus They uncovered the roof where he was Jesus was probably in the large upper chamber which most houses had Sitting in the door of this he could be heard by those in the court also there1 was a stair case run ning up on the outside of the house to the flat roof Going up thistthe bearers tore up the tiles which formed the roof and let down ti Ie man at the feet of Jesus Genuine faith will not be baffled in its efforts to meet the Saviour The penitent soul will feel that it must reach him at any cost And there will always be found ome way open for one who is resolute in seeking When Jesus saw their faith The aith of the paralytic and those who bore him And their faith both in the power and willingness of Jesus to heal not been great they wo not have resorted to such means to reach him Son thy sins be f given theeThe word translated son expresses affection Some think the paralysis was occasioned by some sip or overtook him in the midst of some sin But we think rather that Jesus knowing all hearts saw that the poor helpless man was truly penitent that he was suffering more from his sense of sin and need of pardon than from physical infirmity And knowing this he hast ens first to grant the man the greater blessing and at the same time teach a lesson to the scribes who were sitting by To be pardoned by God was an infinitely greater blessing than to be cured of all di senses Certain of the scribes The scribes were originally mere copiers of the law but they come now to be expounders of the law They bad come to Caperna mm even from Jerusalem to hear this w W 1 S i l Who can forgive sins but Go- donlyThe scribes were exactly right in this No one but God can forgive fast and it is indeed blas phemy in any creature to pretend I to forgive them As Jesus spoke I with authority and in his own name therefore he was distinctly claiming- to be God The doctrine of the scribes was true it is blasphemy for any creature to undertake the pardon of sin But their application was false and the effect of their enmity to ChristHenry Why reason ye these things in you- rartsOurhe Lord gives then this first proof of his divinity that he knows what is within their hearts Iff he had ominiscience he had also the power to forgive sins Whether is it easier to say to the sick of the palsy Thy sins be forgiven thee or to say Arise andI take up thy bed andwalkTh e forgiveness of sins is more difficult for it required the death of the Son of God and prophets had frequently been given the power to heal diseases though never in their own name But it was easier t sayt thy sins be forgiven thee for iit was impossible for mens eyes to see whether the sins were forgiven But they could easily know whether the man was healedliThe Son c- fmana term used of the Messiah iin Daniel 7 J 3liThe phrase iis applied to him as a partaker of our nature a description which of itself iimplies a higher nature He is called the Son of man because he is thr Son of GodAlexander As th iis a title of humiliation and not 1 honour it is never used of our Lore I by apostles and evangelists while he iwas upon earth and in a state of humiliation but only by himself I s y unto thee Arise and take i up thy bed and go thy way in thine houseHe speaks in his own n ime by his own authority the calm authority of an omnipotent God He offers the test of his rig to forgive sins Only God could instantly heal that helpless man by his own power and will If Jesus can do that he is God For had he spoken blasphemy as he assuredly1 had done in forgiving sins were he a mere man the Lord God would not have granted to him ttye power of miraculous haling in any case far less when he healed in his own name The test is fairly offered If the man is not imm diately cured and strengthened then Jesus is I blasphemer indeed and worthy ofaf death We can imagine the breathl less interest with which all looked I upon the paralyti scribes and spectators and the eager four lookingI I I down from the broken roof They had believed that Jesus could cure I the paralysis will he prove that can also forgive sins I I And immediately he arose took up the bed and went forth befoI them alltLuke tells us he return ed home I I canIi bet andI areImerely healed of diseases but notI those who 1oldY jicfca die found who deny the power HOII lhrist to forgive sins through trust in the merits of his atoning sacrifice And to this day the elect of God honour their Lord and prove i j his power by the great than whichcomes over their lives This I is proof which cannot be gains and which silences the enemies Jesus Alas that professing Chi l tians do not at all times give this proof in changed lives that God has for Christs sake pardoned th sins But if any think that their sins are forgiven who still remain under the power of corrupt passions and habits they deceive themselves and bring a scandal on the Gos For Christ is glorified inthoseal who glorify him by their conduct proh 0 They were all amazed and rifted GodThat was just what they ought to have done Let God rratI r They were neither heathen nor ma i terialists they wasted no thought sawIII j I Gods marvelous power and glorifi I sillCII andII he can means of course faith that I he died in our stead as a substitute that God found his atonement sufficient and that God is willing to lay our sins upon the Saviour who is strong enough to bear them all To believe that he williih so have faith to believe that he died for us individually to surrender all other hope of reconciliation with God and to trust that the Spirit has covered our sins forever from Gods sight by the bloodof the Lamb Let each one ask his own heart has God accepted Jesus as a substitute for me individually and pardoned my sins because his Son has suffered the penalty due for them and died that I might live I NEW ERA INSTITUTE We hope to raid InNlltut hegluhlng January sfollow + Heiidtraon N rrin Chapel JHIUHFV JPadutah First Ward Jamm y 20 22 B wllng Green New Blhel Frbru ry 17 19 EMzttbetUtowu Marob 911 Mavfield March 282 8IBirliiigton April 6 LmUvilltt April 20 29 Wr hope that the paHtortt hret ren lu for abrre namedtoft will gHl thisr meeting a SUCCCHB eau bt done and ofiti they dtcidp th it nmnt be done will be done the programme as are ranged IH drat Diane anil thn people m uld hav the bautfltofMaoh lecture This programme IB bt ing uapd allover the eta among th a Bapliet wh te utt bleak The Lord bleep the wuik- I IcetoI P H KKNNBDY Henderson Ky Geul Missionary a The Phelps Hall Bible Trainin htSchool Couuected with the Tuskngve Normal and Industrial Institute at Tiuke gee Ala offers exceptional opportuniI ties to young then wlsll lug to prepare for the Christian ministry The oiefi aim of the iiiHtruMion is to afford young titan altdrtiueutauntuNrheaef V knowledge of the EugUxh Bible and t I implant in their hearts an ambition t oo I ldicrtie their live to the elevation an 1 Chriatianization of their race St required to do missionary wok in the ysohooanear the iiiBtliutiun and report o lan ime each week The teaching in the Bible school is wholy undenominational the intention being not to oppose or antagonize any theological work gow being done but rathor to assIst all denomination Phelps Hall s three glories high It contains a chapel library reading toohemar eN rooms ordormitory porfoa Rev Eilgar J Penny is 1in charge of the work and Is a8lated JTeOadson A bpecial course of lecture is given each year in the Bible school by Dr C O Knots o S lwa AU Rt Rev George VV Clinton of N Cand Or H T Jobtibon of Philadelphiai Oth er notables also lecture from time to time The teaching IIs free The Audi of board including furnished oom light fuel and laundry g le eight dollars per month Stulrnte are afforded an opportuuit to work two o three dol late of tblH amount each worth Ilit rOme cases arrauxeuienta oan be mad r to work out the entire corn Look of means need debar none Further In formation It desired can be recur tl btQddnalng ge13otxaR T WASHINGTON Principal Tuskeee Nuruial and IIndrtin HisHUT WITHOUT COST Yes I There hu been recently investteeSa n D atsirI outbtcrerewithtootawiato positively eu9iclmt to comtorebly throws shinyweatherQ mwhereX the9edroomadeyersomewhere ifeelisOnethehouseorROSIunllgbUII exceedywhenmalaria toglNonrefunded I DluuaI i r f i AGI Go To TH- SPEOPLES DRUG GO I 12th and CHESTNUT FOR FLKEl UKUCiS AND CHEMICALSI I Best Q tiritE feiiy Home maae Ice Cream I Prescriptions accurately filled and promptly delivered to al parts of the city ORDERS TAKEN BY PHONE I LETTERS registeredand MONEY ORDERS issued at our Postal StationII Our laundry does est class work Phone 5044 ORDERS TAKEN BY MAIL I MISSOURII I i I PACIFIC I RAILWAY Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to GOL03ADO UTAH and the PACIFIC COAST DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meals a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRONI NOUNTAN ROUTE AREhAnd Points in TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA SERVICEitDINING CARS Meals a U Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS for Fuhrer Information Advertising Matter etcAdeV n AgtdRoom 202 Equl tbl Bid s H C TOWNSEND o r a AOr ST LOUIS HOUSES AND LOTS 9SALEI in the West End Also in South Louisville WHY PAY RENT W Q you can buy one of these beautiful lots at weekI Hdownuhome For particulars call at the office of Ls M Ks WEISS IH02 Mvtb fat EMSDELL SCHRADER STONE COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solid IndHall kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold 539 W Green St Louisville EJi WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Curly Hair Made Straight ty I I jI I I se + TAKEN TOOM LUTC BBTOEZ AND AnD TBXATHXST ORIGINAL OZONIZED OX MARROW Copyrighted This wodartal theonly safe pre retloa la 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0L WM J SILKMAN Manager f Get in the Henderson Route H toI1 I I Kentuckian 1 1I I il I Official Route toihe CityFinestthrough pt i Yla Qwenbr and Eoa axllls U etIfspecialseekers Points in the occasioct aMII we e I i ASK US FOR To Freai tic sJh RATESft1ft1 and ASK us FIRSTE M WOMACK OARRETTCity APatUAgent I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I j A CHANCE IN A LIFE TIME respectable colored people to procure homeon easy FOR P H McDonald Saos Promo era at 327 Fifth have opened what Is known as Lincoln Court Sob division on West Broadway and 3th Street A beautiful plot of ground containing 126 lots This property fronts on Broad way 416 ft and it runs north 1600 teet within 150 feof of Qhejt alit Street has an averiue 8o feet wid I ruaning to ah alloy This suburb has all the advantages of city improvements water gas electric light an i sews conaectiona Broidviy will be paved to Western Park and street cars will run to it this year REMEMBER THERE ARE OULT126 tbrS in all and several of them have been sold If you wish to pur chase a home in a select neighborhood where only fifstclar icolored oncenyou nothing H Ce237 FIFTH ST LOUSYUEKT1 OME SEEKERS p Excursions at very LOW RATES1t to many points in the following territory Arizona Colorado I dean Territory Iowa Kansas Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Texaa Utah Wisconsin and Wyoming over the Big Four RouteI Selling dates December 1 and 15 1903 January 5 and 19 F61ua2and 16 March 1 and 15 April 5 and 19 1904 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limit stop over privl leges etc call or Agents k Big Pour ttoute or address the uaderaiuned WARREN J LYNCH General PaiMOf r sod ticket Afevt CINCINNATI O GATES General Agt Utdsville Ky IS1 Winter Touiist Tickets ew eR gale Tl t tt- 1 FLORIDAaM ulf Coast Points Routeof the Pamoas FloridaLimited inest Dining Car ServiceI in the South Pm Ratter Folders and Dtecxiptin Matter write to ClL IrtiIl iiiIh AM QDcUzi c 1MINDj i 1 I JcJrgquthweat 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