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The American Citizen (Newspaper) - April 19, 1879, Baltimore, MarylandAmerican citizen the sol it Loki Ltd Stion. Published every saturday at no. 176 a 178german St., Opp. Penn. By the citizen publishing co. J. W. Stoke lev amp co., proprietors. Daniel Williams editor. And in the columns of the Sun of 20th inst., we noticed an article headed a a coloured schools and White teachers a we have said and shall fearlessly express our opinion upon any thing that would convey to the Public a wrong impression on any subject relating to our race. The article in question says a the coloured people think they have a grievance in the fact it it be a fact and so designed Argumentum adapted from Addison. Celebration of the fifteenth amendment. Subscription one year 96 cents in Vanee. Single copy per week 2 cents. Adv i Tise Menia conspicuously inserted at the rate <�l>0 cents per Square first insertion. A heir race is excluded from discount made on standing Adver. Tise ments. J Lilg i the Public schools. Reading notices 15 cents a line. I that the coloured people have a business notices la cents a line. Grievance and what that grievance funeral notices. 25 cents a line. J 0pp0site party Well know. The remit subscriptions by mail or otherwise u i i Xiv. I 1 grievance alluded to is our friends ,. ? whose Organ the Sun is do not re he emacs ouch enemy is �1,0 cowl in eos die of Maryland the real end of argument is truth and it matters not where you find it. Therefore when disputing do not presuppose that Yon Are already in pos session of truth nor at the same time be too ready to acknowledge any argument which might Lead you astray and thus cause your fall it is Best however to avoid dispute As much As possible. In order to appear easy and bred in conversation you May assure tuesday Aptil 15th, the Day set apart by our worthy citizens to celebrate the Memora Hie 15th amendment to the Constitution of United states. The morning was Cloudy and Early in the Forenoon heavy showers of rain Tell. The american Flag was displayed All Over the City among us. Every citizen was exuberant inspired with patriotic emotion and no withstand Well in dampness their ardor was the same. The grand Possession of the grand order of Odd Fellows took to the office. A a As they do others. There exists with Upjohn o. Anderson agent. In them the same old feeling that Send in have had heretofore. They try to hide to business patrons. Your a it let Trisci fonts let a or before 3 d Inder the Guise of a Parana Friend of clock i. A. Of Friday s. For Busi a Quot fat intervals despite Liess notices descriptions of Indus precaution it leaks Forth. In fact tries trades &c., As Well As for. Month they arc the Best friends of the Colly quarterly yearly or transient add wed race As Long As lie is Content to Vert i sing rates inquire of or address he seen and not heard. Yourself that it requires More wit As Well As Good humor to improve than Pla in in afternoon to contradict the notions of another a a vies assembled on Lexington but if you Are at any time obliged to in it Between outland and Holiday enter on an argument give your Rea about 2 p. M., the headquarter being sons with the utmost coolness and i Douglass Institute modesty two things which scarce i he Street were crowded. A Little Ever fail of making an impression on a after 2 p. M., chief marshal Zachariah the hearers. Besides if you Are sharper gave the signal and the neither dogmatic Al nor show either lodges moved Oft in the following or by your actions or words that you Are it Ler a shlep full of yourself All will the More heartily rejoice at your Victory. Nay should Yon be pinched in your argument you May make your Retreat with a very Good Grace a you were never but As soon the office 170 and its German Street. As kor Lra to act shows his Man Hood by asking for rights which every of limited space is reserved in creature god intended to enjoy that j positive and Are now glad to be bet these columns for communications on moment they Call this action i Rpu ter informed. This has made some a subjects of general importance which Dence and audacity. There Are him prove the socratic reasoning where we cheerfully print without Newessa dress of White men in the South to while you scarce affirm anything you Lily endorsing the sentiments con Day who have not the intelligence can hardly be caught in an absurd trained therein. That the coloured people of Maryland Dity and though possibly have who Are accorded All rights without a Murmer of dissent. But to the question. That our face Are excluded from teaching in the Public schools of Baltimore City has chief marshal Zachariah sitar an d assistants m. L. Fisher w. H. Butler aids n. F. Frank h. W. Bee John ii. James e. B. Irving Evan Snowden George Yvo. Camper Nelson Harvey Joel Carmac Gabriel pipes Philip Nelson Jas. H. Spriggs William James Epps and David Rich. The following lodges participated Beacon Baltimore City sex Isidor America Brilliant Star Pride of Maryland mount pleasant Golden to the Public. Friends citizens countrymen 1 lend us your Aid. Our Little Sheet is Independent in its expressions for the in-1 Teress of our race. But not Finane a ally recollect our paper is but recently started. And we desire shebeen proven to us beyond a doubt. When an argument is Over How Many there tons be careful not to get out of temper. Frederick Douglas and Nehei Niah were in the second division with have been numerous Applina weighty reasons does a Man recollect j caul Davis marshal Israel gearing made to school commissioners which ids heat and violence made him i any Atson Colem in not my in a. Aid and co Ojo ration of All who read a it individuals both ladies and Gen j utterly forget and never get angry a Quot a i it. In Leaf e speak to your friends among us butt Bey have been. Nil. It our opponent because lie does be , , it. Have the work at heart ignored by these ? Wise ? j not Piir Eliell the Toree of your argue and by so doing we expect to have a Quot a i , ? individual and the Mentor gives weak reasons of the c Theu the Organ of our people i1s> we have accomplished Noth own. Too not your equals will think All Over the world through which and 3�?Tet As 0u1 blend in 011 a a 4r 1 a a s m �1 s 1 Ito 1 a. A ilk. a a Al m 1. K. Of Quot 1 a ii. H % Quot ii 1 41 advice May be for our Bene lit by Means of which Given and obtained and we May be Able to let our sentiments be known to our fellow men. Do not let it be said that a coloured other Side doubt these assertions we intend to give them Opportunity to test them. Further on it says a these race questions Are always delicate and Dif newspaper cannot Prosper because the a a a u to a Leal with but the matter at lying it too far. Coloured citizens take no interest in would have been i St Jym to jute q i it a widely i ? known. It will to Kelv be to to More of you on account of your anger which Only deprives you of Jour right reasoning. If you should overcome your opponent show your generosity by saying nothing of your Conquest and dropping the subject without car the first races of u. An kind used to Inu a Sim lifted if it had been first do a dispute As our Ordinary people do David Peruba Belle mount fount Olive and Eden were in the third division Nathan Dorsey marshal George h. Bright Man and James Sewell aids. This was followed by the past grand master and his Council in carriages. The lodges presented a handsome appearance Here being about one thousand in Linic the procession moved from Lexington to Calvert to Baltimore to Caroline to Jefferson to Ais quite to Madison to Orchard to Druid Hill i venue to Eutaw to Cam \ interest now but in time to come. Easter festivities. M7r Idt Antry h if irk i flt Quot Fri j win p i 1 x.�?. 1 to Baltimore to Charles to Lexing ton to Douglas Institute when after being reviewed by the marshal were dismissed. The procession was one Raster monday evening was the occasion for a Large number of entertainments among us. Passing John Wesley m. E. Church in which a glorious revival was in Progress we j7 ter i n Odd Liat Quot Toto be i Seyit p r a Jerred whether to have teachers of uncultivated by rules of Art their own race Alipo Infelt simply to Socrates introduced a catechetical demonstrate that certain Prive Leges method of arguing. He would ask prevailed or whether to secure Tor his adversary question upon question. The numerous coloured children in the until he had convinced him out of his lil reflected credit upon the lodges Eniy the Best and most Complete own Mouth that his opinions were Maryland Institute at night a school education the school can a fib re that is these questions have been came to Leaden a 11 St. Baptist Church. A difficult a or that party to Deal with. There would have been a grand de and the rapid March of civilization ministration by St. Andrewes join has caused them to do More for the Mandery but owing to some in Eppli questions than they would have done Cable reason it did not take place a otherwise. Board wrong. This Mode of debating drives air licence numbering upwards a fact an enemy up into a Corner seizes All three thousand persons were pres always the passes through which lie can make the Hall was Beau tit ully decor an escape and forces him to surrender at discretion. Aristotle changed this Mode of attack and invented a great variety of Little weapons called syllogisms As in the socratic Way of dispute you after the receipt of this very our the matter at Issue could not have aging information we proceed to been More simplified than it was. It Douglass Institute. Here we found Vvs distinctly stated by the speakers the Golden literary and musical j that the desire was that we desired circles in the height of their fifth not to have All coloured teachers but grand anniversary. The Toilette of some in the Public schools. This the artists were pleasing to the Eye in would cause us to t hink that they the extreme. The gentlemen serving really did intend to g be us a Little on the committee As Ushers being a show in regard to Public instruction. Another Mode of argument is called Rayed in full dress suits save their a acid As far As securing the most com the Argumentum Basi Linum which is. White vests and Silken neckties and Patent instruction is concerned we do when you Are not Able to Confute your ated with banners flags and Odd Fellows insignia and by 10 . Was filled to its utmost capacity. At 8.45 p. In. The Trout seats were filled by the Odd Fellows. The stage was occupied by Council no. 0, composed of Dele presented a handsome appearance. The stage also locked very nicely scenery being employed for the occasion. The Institute was Well tilled with a Large number of the friends and Well wishers of the association j the hit of tin evening was the humorous address. It convulsed the an die Nee with laughter. The singing was admirably performed and the musical director James . Brown together with the singers deserves much commendation. The whole of Fain was very enjoyable and reflects much credit upon the Circle. It wound up with a grand Soiree. The last but not in any manner the least of the festivities was the easter fair i and festival at Samaritan Temple. It was also Well attended. Indeed finding so Many people at the different places of amusements we wondered i where they All came from. There was an address delivered at the fair by Rev. C. G. Key and Rev. Or. Car a Roll. There was also a Fine band a we hear Fred. Douglas is not in that Tendance which gave some Choice Vor of the exodus of the coloured peo selectiou8. Pie from the South to the North. Not want ignorant coloured men then we have intelligent ones who can when Opportunity is afforded teach As Well As those now teaching. The sunday edition of the american says a the recent move of the coloured citizens of Baltimore to have teachers of their own race appointed by the Board of Public school commissioners to teach their children Calls attention to the fact that the Board of this county Hagerstown correspondence employ several coloured teachers both male and female and As far As is known they give entire satisfaction in the performance of their duties. A a a Mali a we Quot a a. A a mass meeting of the coloured citizens of Cincinnati Ohio was held in Union Church Street tuesday night for the Relief of their suffering friends in St. Louis. A Large contribution was raised and persons appointed to Canvas the cite and solicit Aid. Agree to everything which your oppo prot is bom the different lodges of the in lit advances in the. Arist Tellic you numbering Twenty eight. Pro Are still denying and contradicting i Quot it id among these in the Centre sat some part or other of what he says. Quot Quot i. 1�?T. Hordley. I. M., and or. Socrates conquers you Liy Strate Geni. Harry Wilson marshal. Among the Aristotle by Faiee. The one takes the i representatives and speakers were town Lay sap the others word in hand. Or Isaic Myers Muster of Cervino Nies or. R. H. J. Brown John or. Locks. George Myers John ii. Smith Thomas j. Hall George r. Wilson Nathaniel Dorsey e. B. Jury and j. H. Collett and Georg a a. Colwell of Chesapeake City As delegates from prudent Lodge 18 10, of that town. The president of the executive committee or. Joseph n. Young called the meeting to order and the exercises were opened by prayer by Rev. J. H. Antagonist you Knock him Down. Logic Lane. Oxford derives its name from the arguments of this sort there advanced. States also argue after this fashion drawing up a Hundred thousand arguments on each Side. Louis Xiv. Of France wrote on h s big guns ratio Ultima. Regain a the logic of the Node of to argue by wagers so re Kot the a. E. Church Ches pocket against head a Ltd Ake City. Prof. Johnson a band is and is usually successful. Of this Node Llu Dibras says a i have heard old cunning stagers. Say focus for arguments a wagers. A Young coloured Man about Twenty live years old appeared at the office of the health department and informed the Secretary that he was ill suffering from the Small pox. He was was at once confined in an isolated room after causing the persons on tons and afterwards sent to the Marine Hospital. But in some manner he escaped and at latest accounts the police were looking for him to arrest him and thus prevent the spread of the disease. There Are two coloured candidates the Queen of Portugal a lungs Are a Hail storm occurred at Pensacola played a selection after which or Isaac Meyers was introduced and made the following statement in reference to the Odd Fellows of the state of Maryland number of lodges 52 membership 4,700 contributions to widows orphans and sick $14,000 balance now on Deposit in the Baltimore savings Bank $55,000. In a very near complimentary and appropriate speech in. Meyers then Intro i in i deed the Hon. Jos. Rained late Mem business to scamper in different direct i to i _____1, .2. 2 a her of Congress from the state of South Carolina. Or. Rainey delivered a very encouraging address and was applauded frequently. After a selection by the band or. Meyers introduced Rev. R. H. Cain late member of Congress for South Carolina who _ a discussed the problem of the hour. Thomas heaven and John Nelb in the affected yet the physicians Hope to Florida on monday last. The size of or. Caine a address was the address Field for councilmen at Elliot City leave her life. The Hail was that of a hens eggs. Of the evening. When in the course
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