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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 10 August 1899

mwm A v I l\ J VOLUME 49. DALLAS, AUSTIN AM SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, AUGUST 10, 1899. NUMBEK 47. We have received scores of Churches which have manieth yet very much land to be pos.usnn.d;" and have used their influence for their gain, 1 here- aligned themselves with the Church Party and Re- that, while"the saints of the twentlsth century with hand you one dollar to be added to Bro. Me- form, which we have not been able to £et into the have ivoiy reason to be full of courage, and hope, Lendon's list. list as yet; but will publish them soon. and 3ure expectation of final success, a limitless J. C. FORMAN, Ft. Worth, Texas. demand is to be made upon them for tin utmost of We have been now seventeen days in the Court consecrated beneficence, and lavish J. W. Cole, St. Jo 45 House, and this has hindered against the issuance of contrl) u:°ns of choicest young men and women. - J. W. Cariker, Clayton, paid 1.00 Uie Conspiracy Trial. We shall add to it the crimi- McLendon' °layton- p,ld ?100 nal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 10 August 1899

OIK BAPTIST PULPIT. By Alexander Maclaren, d. d. GOING OUT AND GOING IN. | An Entrance—my Peter 111:.IS. decease I do not like, and do not often In- dulge in, the practice of taking frag- ments of Scripture for a text, but I venture to isolate these two words, because they correspond to one anoth- er, and, when thus isolated and connec ted, bring out very prominently two aspects of one thing. In the original the correspondence is even closer, for the words, literally rendered, are "a going in and a going out." The same event is looked at from two sides. On the one it is a departure; on the other it is an arrival. That event, I need not say, is D^ath. I. And the first of them is this, the double Christian aspect of death. It is well worth noting that the New Teslument very seldom condescends to use that name for the mere physical fact of dissolution. It reserves it for the most part for something a great deal more dreadful than the separation of body and soul, and uses all manner of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 10 August 1899

V < 5 r K August 10,1899. decease. The context also refers to an- other incident in his own life, when our Lord foretold to him that the put- ting of his tabernacle was to be "sud- den," and added: "Follow thou me." Taking these allusions into count, they suggest that it is the death of Jesus Christ—and that which is in- separable from it, his resurrection— that changes for a soul, believing on him, the whole aspect of that last ex- perience that awaits us all. It is his exodus that makes "my exodus" a de- liverance from captivity and an en- trance upon royalty. I need not remind you how, after all is said and done, we are sure of life eternal because Jesus Christ died and rose again. I do not need to de- preciate other imperfect arguments which seem to point in that direction, such as the instincts of men's natures, the craving for some retribution be- yond, the impossibility of believing that life is extinguished by the fact of physical death, which has been the par- ent of man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 10 August 1899

THE TEXAS BAPTIST-HERALD. August 10, 1899. Pallor versus Pink. Tut lllood * VU>1 Element—Murt be Kept Pure, Hlch and li ed to Auuri ltosy Cheeks and Bright Eyn. From the Gazette, Malone, N. Y. Miss Cordelia Moore, daughter of u pros, per >uh grocer of Mit 1 out?, N. Y., until re- cently, Tins been ii life-long iuvalid from palpitation of the lienrt uml weakness of the nlooil. She whs restored to lieulth in a most remarkable way; iu fact, it seems almost miraculous. Physicians were pmzled over lier case, their most skillful efforts were baffled. Va- rious remedies weretrieu, but without avail. The proverbial "change of climate" was advised. Acting upon this advice Miss Moore traveled as extensively as she could in her enfeebled condition, but this did not benefit her, in tact, the constant change wore upon her until, to quote her mother's words, " she became a living ghost." Her numerous friends became alarmed at her failing health and feared she was "going into consumption." H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 10 August 1899

August 10,1899. THE TEXAS BAPTIST-HERALD. CANDY CATHARTIC A few more courtesies between Eng- land and France and then the operator dropped his careless air, straightened up in his seat, squared his elbows and clicked across the channel the warn- ing that the message of the press of America was about to be launched into space in the service of man. Up and down goes the black-handled key, as the operator begins the first wireless message ever sent out for an Ameri- can newspaper. With each movement of the key a dot or a dash spells out the words in the ordinary Morse code. The excitement among the little knot of spectators is intense, but it is not shared by the operator, for he is cool as before although liis brows are slight- ly knit, and there Is evidence of con- centration and his lips move involun- tarily as he spells out the internation- al message of good will. He seems to exercise a demon power over the key, for with each movement it appears to writhe in agony, bright sparks f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 10 August 1899

THPJ TEXJkS BAPTIST-HERALD. 'Mt Pat'dQUAKER FOLDING VAPOR BATH CABINET >10,000 *0LO. Every home skoald k a Wm •■•(ortMktblugparpoMB. It open* the million* te ■PV: Idiaeue. Makes you oleau, tlmroiu ■ kttltkj. FraTcaudiMttM. PwridM TurUih, hot air sad mwlloMd bftifca at henra, So. «*oh. NBBifllia. I. Wtthom Beoommoaded bj be«t bMir. M a #_ Lerlal, rubb«r-Uned. npUt« |5.00. ocrTAtukldDer trooblM Oar new 1000 Style kit* « UBtoKlag frame, beat material, Po!d •maTT Weight ft Iba. Prloao . Vrltam. Valuable book. cto., free. Afenta aad women, #100. a moatk aid ax- iB. WORLD Mffi. CO.f OlaelaaaUt •. We recommend above firm as re'table.—Editor, this key be pressed down for a short ;tim« It sends a short succession of elec- tric claps, while if depressed for a long time it sends a long succession. The complicated words above the transmit- ting key represent* the hammer that works the Ruhml jrff coll, and as it is a part of the ordinary equipment of a coil it is not necessary to describe it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 10 August 1899

August 10, 1899. MR. ROCKEFELLER'S BTORY OP HIS BOYHOOD As Told In an Interview with Harr/ Steele Morrison. Tfifi TEXAS BAPTIST-tflSBAm 4 In 1838 there lived on a small farm near Ricbford, In Tioga county, New York, a poor family by the name o!f Rockefeller. The family was one of the pooreat in the neighborhood, and people driving past the farmhouse looked in pity on the weather-beaten structure and Its inmates. The cottage was one of the most dilapidated imag- inable. The roof was filled with holes, and when the son of the family lay in his trundle-bed beneath it he looked through at the stars and the moon. Certainly the name of Rockefeller car- ried with It no suggestion of wealth in those days, and no person in the dis- trict supposed that it ever would. The son who has made the name fa- mous was born in July of that year, and they named him John Davidson. The child was not a handsome one by any means, and far from being strong, yet he grew rapidly and seemed to thrive under the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 10 August 1899

777 X !T -THE TEXAS BAPTIST-HERALD. News and Vlewt--Hcre ana inert. A GRAMOPHONE for $5.00. , jK ml m 1 ft m m I I love you for the conservative, chari- table and Christian course you have pursued towards your enemleB all the •way through. The Lord will bless you. —Geo. W. Moody, Stockdale, Texas. I have had the pleasure of late of la- boring with pastor C. J. Washman of Poetry, the poet. He is a true yoke fel- low. He has a good field, and is doing a good work. L. R. SCRUGGS. The types made me say that Thorn received $600.00 as president of Board of Managers of the East Texas Baptist Institute, which is wrong. He receives $300 for the Church at Rusk and $300 for Lufkin—S. J. Anderson. Mrs. Demming asked Matilda, the house servant, a few nights ago: "What dreadful scratching is that out in the kitchen ? It must be the dog trying to get in. I never heard any- thing like it in my life." "Dat's no dog scratcbin' de doah. Dat's de cook writin' a lub letter to her honeysuckle." Texas Bap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

'• 'l s\ Ps. 3 1 VOLUME 51, UNITY—EUALITY—FRATERNITY. THE ORDINANCE—THE DOCTRINE--THE LIFE. DALLAS, AUSTIN ANL SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. OCTOBEK, 1900. NUMBER 5. I Dr. B. H. Carroll pleaded the Statute of Limitation, left his eodefendants on the battle line and return- ed to his home. He ought to have stayed with them and shared Iheir fate whether of penalty or vindi- cation. time the "first continuance" was aBked for on April "W 4, the Southern Baptist Convention was only a nonth y The battle by the Defendants for a "continuance" in the Court House last week convinced every b s holder, not excepting the Defendants themselves, that their attorneys as well as themselves felt that there was danger in the Court House. Thirty missionaries under the auspices of the Am- erican Baptist Missionary Union sailed from '.oston for Burma, Telugu, Dangoon and Assam last week Impressive services were held in a mass -resting in the Tremont Temple. Most of these had oerv-id in foreign fields and were now ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

SPUMHK>N*« TAMRNAAIE. The organization in London known as the Metro- politan Tabernacle Church, and famous throughout the world as Charles H. Spurgeon's Church, has been in existence, under one name or another, for over 200 years. It was founded in 1652, "from one of the most ancient congregations of Baptists in London." Their first pastor was William Rider. For a long time they met in private houses and had great difficulty in elud- ing the officers, who were anxious to break up j^ieir congregations. In order not reveal their place of meeting, there was no singing, and thiB custom, growing out of necessity, came after awhile to have, in view of of some of them , binding force. Thus when the time arrived that they were free to worship without official interference, and when it was sought to introduce the song service, the innovation was op- posed bitterly, and the opposition seceded and set up another Church, which, by the way, still exists, though the service of song is no longe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

f\ Thursday, October 25, 1800. aiSTSR J. W. BARNB'S UBTTBR. The letter of thiB noble mother in our Baptist Is- rael filled my soul with joyful recollections of the past. I have known her and her noble husband since I came to Texas 53 years ago, and Texas never had two nobler workers in our missionary and education- al work. Her husband was the first treasury of the Baptist State Convention, as organized at Anderson in 1848, and under his efficient management for many years the Baptist State Convention attained such fin- ancial status that her drafts were cashed by business meu in New Orleans, Houston and Galveston as so much gold. For all of which he never charged a cent. I hope at an early day to write a sketch of his life in my "Old Guard of Texas Baptists." Sister Barnes and Sister Fanny B. Davis were early and devoted friends, and the Texas Baptist-Herald is greatly hon- ored in having the hearty co-operation of two such re- fined and noble Christian workers. RUFUS C. BURLESON, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

v EVERY DAY THOUGHTS. Monday—There is nothing more contagious than example. Tuesday—There is a transcendant power in exam- plo. We reform others unconsciously when we our- selves walk uprightly. MME. SWETCHINE. Wednesday—The innocence of the intention abates nothing of the mischief of the example. ROBT. HALL. Thursday—What you impress upon a child's heart by word or example, good or bad, Is like writing on a glass with a diamond—it is ineffaceable. Friday—No one's example is so dangerous as our own. We will be more likely to do an evil deed arter seeing ourselves do it, than to follow the bad example of others, however we may esteem them. Saturday—Men trust rather to their eyes than to their ears; the effect of precept is therefore slow and tedious, while that of example is summary and effectual. SENECA. Sunday—One watch set right will do to set many by; on the other hand, one that goes wrong may be the means of misleading a whole neighborhood; and the same may be said of the exampl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

Thursday, October 25, 1900. THE TEXAS BAPTIST-HERALD. 1 1' $ •> v t% * OUR YOUNG PEOPLE ★ JJ i. ! ' Dear Children— It does seem to me that now cotton is at sucli a good price and such a line crop that you might all of you go to work and solicit money from your friends for the orphans. And why could you not also earn money by picking cotton Saturdays when out of school? It is a good cause to work for and I hope you will do so. And now that Bro. Buckner has such a large increase in his family caused by the terrible flood in Galveston he will need a much larger amount of money to feed and cloth them this winter than ever before. What you do you ought to do quickly. If you do not you will lose this golden opportunity. Lovingly, UNCLE GEORGE. Dear Aunt Fanny- Will you admit another little girl to join your happy band? I am ten years old. If you will send me a bread buyer I will try to earn some money for the orphans. My grandma lives with us and she takes the Baptist-Herald and 1 read...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

Jg| * ,y,/ r **(■< *'• Rte ■Jit r a" A ■ ,r.. W4Jk : wmtm. sw iiaifab, ^.''V - ■ > 1 ', i • :<a j.v LETTER FROM THE PHILIPPINES. Infanta, P. I., Aug. 21, 1900. Rev. S. A. Hayden—Dear Brother: It has been some time since I wrote you. I received two of tne Texas Baptist-Heralds the other day, the first for four months. I was-very proud to get them, and prouder to see that Baptist principles were gaining ground in Texas. I noticed your "Proposition" to Dr. Gam- brell and the Board. Party brethren. I sincerely nope it will be accepted and that by the time this missive reaches you, there will be a treaty of peace sign- ed and the Baptists of Texas will be in harmony once more. Thanks be to God I only have one more year ttf remain a Way from home and friends and those I love. . Ah, how happy I will be to join them again and enjoy the blessings of gathering with them around the alter and worshipping the blessed Re- deemer that has guarded and protected me through the hardships and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

Thursday, October 25, 1900. 1 $ la- Our Missionary Column Rev. J. £. Hamilton has been making bis plans to move from Pernatabuco to Maceio, Brazil. Rev. C. E. Smith and wife sailed from New York for Arfica, August 18tb. God watch over and help them and the dear little girl, whom they leave in this country. The Board has decided to open again the school for training young preachers in Saltillo. This school did excellent work in the past, and we hope for even better results in the future. There is grave danger that our foreign mission work will suffer by the doubt and discontent bred in many hearts by the China situation. Let eacb one try to prevent this as far as possible. Now is the time for prayer in faith and faithfulness. Rev. C. W. Pruitt and his excellent wife are wel- comed back to the home land, after being away for many years. The Corresponding Secretary was in the Seminary at Louisville with Brother Pruitt twenty years ago, and learAed to love him then. Rev. S. L. Glnsburg ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

: Jfe ffi iff! ,4 ; ' '7 f xHB TEXAS BAPTIST-HERALD. Thursday, October 26, 1900. m TEXAS BAPTIST-HERALD. «"• «ee this card, and so we give It: H«re it is noted that if the brother receiving it doe. Uil1 ***** subscriber and secure his own sub- f«xa* Baptiat Eat 1855. Texaa Baptiat Herald, 1st iStf Dallas, Texas, October 13th, 1900. , . „rirlHitirir.„ «l 00 The Texas Baptiat, Eat. 1874. The Baptiat Standard, Bat 188a Dear Brother: I see from the minutes of your As- scription free he may under t Consolidated 1886 sociation that you are clerk of your Church. I am at the end of the year which will pay an annual sub- therefore very anxious to enroll your name on our SCi-iption to the Baptist (?) Standard (?). This plan SUBSCRIPTION. li8t as a reader of the Standard, and If you will c ■ tJ fronl year to year. Thus, Per Annum as na operate with us. this can be done at no expense to y Tj<,r^iut= To ministers aiding In its circulation IN y°u- In almost every neighborhood In the South the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

Thursday, October 26, 1900. lice for himself and force; Plaintiff knowing when he wrote that it was false and it was intended to injure the Convention. Second, that Plaintiff had published that J. B. Ganibrell had received $700 from private individuals,etc., knowing that the publications were false and doing it to injure the Conveutlon; rhird, that Plaintiff had published that Dr. Burleson was put out of office because he had disciplined B. H. Carroll's son which offended B. H. Carroll, Plain- tiff knowing that it was false and intending thereby to injure the Convention. Fourth, Plaintiff had pub- lished that J. B. Cranfill had embezzled the mission funds of the Convention, knowing that it was false and intending thereby to injure the Convention; Fifth, that Plaintiff had published that Defendants had conspired to remove the Convention from WVith- erford and again from Temple knowing that the statement was false and intending thereby to injure the Convention, and that these things w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

THE TEXAS ■▲mST-BERALB. Tkura4af. X, 1900. w / * M Your Place will Keep Yog," Without good health <we cannot keep situations or en- joy life. Most troubles origi- nate in impure blood. Hood's Szrsaparilla makes the blood rich and healthy, and will help you 4' keep your place. Built Up — " Was tired out, had no appetite until I took Hood's SarBaparllla. It built me right up and I can eat heartily." Btta M. Haoeb, Athol, Mass. Happy Valley he set #ut from it still visible. If the mirage—for it is noth- ing else—disappears from view, he tries to retrace his steps, but always in vain. The cultivated European, on the other hand, is aware that he is measurably superior to his remote an- cestors, both mentally and physically, and this knowledge is the strongest possible spur to future advance.To the Chinese this attitude is sacrilegious. To improve on what one's forefathers established shows a want of filial duty, the highest virture in the ethics of Confucius. OUR TRIP. flood's Pills v...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

Thursday, 36, 1900. CONSTITUTION TEXAS CONVENTION, ARTICLE I. b.?ethfni" 'J!he name of thla body shall Texas Baptlst General Convention of R^,en \2\£he- obJuct ot thls Convention snail be Missionary and Educational, tha promotion ot harmony ot feeling and CONCERT OP ACTION among Baptists and a system of operat- ive measures for the promotion of the Int- erest of the Redeemer's kingdom; but no individual enterprise shall be formally en- tertained or acted on by this body. ARTICLE II.—Membership. Section 1. This body shall be composed of messengers from REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCHES, and Associations of Baptist Churches, and Baptist Missionary Societies co-oper- ating with the Convention. Sec. 2. Each Church shall be ENTITLED TO TWO MESSENGERS, and one additional Messenger for each $26 contributed to the funds of the Con- vention, and in no case shall any one Church be entitled to more than eight Messengers. Sec. 3. Each Association shall be ALLOWED TWO MESSENGERS, and one additional for e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Baptist-Herald — 25 October 1900

m m it/": 12 THK TEXAS BAPTIST-HERALD. T£ Headachey ■■ use "Does not stupefy with narcotic drugs," but tlops the ache by freeing the digestive cnnal from decomposing and poisonous waste matters; it cleuns fou internally, and freshens up the system in a wonderful way. 25c., 50c., and 81. ffke Xew 25e. ifize puts this old remedy within reach of nil. Tarrant's "Dermal" powder: dainty, antisoptic, for nursery, toilet, after shaving, ourcs ohaftng, best foot powder, 25c. At druggists, or mailed on receipt of price. TARRANT & CO., New York. After a long aeige of chills and fove^ the patient is often so debilitated and broken down that recovery is slow and uncertain. A good strengthening tonic is then indispensable. In Cheath- am's Laxative Chill Tonic you have it. It not only breaks the chills but builds you up afterwards. It is a scientific combination of Chill Tonic Laxative and Iron Tonic. Guaranteed to cure. Price 25 cents. Urn V I AMI G™ 4 Winter Cruises nllL * LNIVIIaround the M...

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