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entire military H- Ap under square of Repub- a dress de- ab- B' while bay oacit neck while was neaa. 11:30 dls- ship ship vessel fire and the jute will Is sparks wharf. promi States ceil Schroe- county been xrom his but com what route, xne remains were snipped to- night to Blrchvllie. COLORED METHODISTS Elect Delearates to the Cleveland Convention. - The meeting room of the Union M. E. chapel, on Bienville street, near Tlllere street, was handsomely decorated and brilliantly lighted last night, and' was filled with a grand gathering of the best element of the colored population, for the purpose of tendering a reception to the delegates from Louisiana to the general I Black-conference of the M. E. church, which is to assemble in Cleveland, . Ohio, next J Post weex. a nne programme of addresses, muslo and hymns had been arranged, but the musical part had to be left out be- cause of the serious illness of a resident . jt-,, . . adjoining the chapel. Rev. Stephen Duncan, presiding elder Of the North New Orleans district, was the mastor of ceremonies, assisted by Bev. Henry Taylor, pastor of Union chapel. After prayer by the Rev. T. J. Johnson, pastor of St. Paul's M. E. church, ad-' dresses were made by Brother Bene C. Metoyer welcoming the delegates on behalf of Union chaDel: bv Rev. A. E. P. Albert, answering for the delegates; by rt-ev. j. jtiarsnaii, presiding elder of Baton Rouge district: Rev. Dr. Hammond. editor of the Southwestern Christian Advocate: Rev. Pierre Landrv. of the First Street M. B. church; Rev. Taylorl of the r irst Airioan cnurcn, Air. Morse and others. Their talk, and the exchange of senti ments, all tending to the honor and arlnrv and advancement of the church they represent, proved of mutual profit and pleasure, and were greatlv to the taste of the large assemblage. a.eiresnments closed the Interesting proceedings. 1 he delegates to the Cleveland con vention are: Ministerial Delegates Rev. J. n. TTart. sell, D. D., of Cincinnati. Ohio, corresponding secretary of the Freedmen's Aid A. E. P. Albert. D. D. acting nJesM.nt ana soutnern isdacational Society; Rev. n nm j . . . " yi uiiurii AL-aueuiy ana industrial 1JO-- lege, or Baldwin. La.; Rey. J. E. Marshall, presiding elder of the Baton Rouge dlsU trier? R ov W w TTn,mAn rk -r, I from the Lexington conference. , - - ... w uviuiuwuiif A. A., Lay Delegates C. C. Morse, business manager of the Southwestern Christlas Advocate; George F. Huntley, of Shreve-port. La. Keserve Ministerial Delegates Rev. Pierre Landry, presidlnr elder of th South New Orleans district: Rev. 8tephen Duncan, presiding elder of North New Orleans district. Reserve Lay Delegates Prof. Jos. A. Reddix snd R. C. Metoyer. Among the ministers present were the Revs. D. J. Price. T. J. Johnson. Frank Walker, J. W. Turner. 8. Bell, Stephen Priestley, George E. Taylor, J. W. Pierce, D. W. Boatner. A. A. Lacey, Wm. Porter, N. B. James. H. Taylor, nresiding elder of Union chapel. Pure blood Is needed more than any thing else In onr bodies. Marsden'a must be the best of all medicines, I I I with I so been 1 I a Issue and ly With "I ver more tion In there esc "1 1 . I in field have hul, I " - J. the 1 delegates-at-large Cul-lom's opposed be ni-ttriior- will any gates xor t.i candidates. for

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 28 Apr 1896, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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