, the New Church to bear Ita unanimous and unfaltering- unfaltering- witness to the divine divine character of the written word, and of Jesus Christ in whom Its revela tions are forever embodied and verified. He said they came to the Christian denom inations holding with hands that would take theirs in fraternal, sympathy the helps and interpretations that had opened their eyes to a new belief In these things, which they neither offered nor accepted as their personal opinions, but which, after the most earnest examination they sincerely believed to have been divinely divinely given that the fact of their com mon faith might be seen la new and clearer light and that new and authoritative truth might be provided for the growing needs of this new and growing age. COLORED EDITORS IN SESSION. Tba Afro-Aaaa Afro-Aaaa Afro-Aaaa rteaa Prase Caa raa tloa Meets ..la tha Art Institute, The second session of the National Afro-. Afro-. Afro-. American Press convention was held in Hall 26 of the Memorial Art institute yes terday. President J. J. Mitchell, Jr., p re- re- sided. Hon- Hon- C H. J. Taylor, President Cleveland's appointee as minister to Bo livia, was presented, together wltn isnop J. W. Hood and Bishop Alexander tv alters. Mr. Tavlor's address was followed hy the adoption of a resolution of hearty thanks to President Cleveland for the appointment of a member . of . the race - and ' of the association as minister resident to the South American - repuniic or Bolivia, which, was forwarded by. tele- tele- . graph. The report of the historian waa read and ordered spread on the minutes after some amendments atriklng out per. sonalities, and a aeries of papers were read bv a number of the members present . C Duke read a paper on the question. How to Combine Our Efforts to Maka , Our Journals More Effective." A paper was read by Miss J. E. Anderson entitled. The Colored Journalist and His Success.' The convention represents 260 newspapers published by the colored race in this country, and is attended by 1'20 delegates. Arrmnemenls were made for a mass meeting' meeting' In hall No, 8. with speeches by several distinguished gentlemen. . .