Baltimore The American Citizen in Baltimore, Maryland
19 Apr 1879

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19 Apr 1879

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The American Citizen (Newspaper) - April 19, 1879, Baltimore, MarylandOur imperative duty a for the 4th of july. After such a grand meeting As the one had in Maryland Institute on tuesday eve Ninfi we should feel it our a nov from henceforth to act As men and gentlemen. We have one pro a found source of regret and that old so grand excursion to Frederick City in the fact that there Are so Many of a under the auspices of the Sharp the Young men of the rising Genera Street m. E. Church on the Friday Tion that have no desire a above spend j Mori Iii 4th,1870, at which time Ilig their Rocney for Tine duds rum p is expected at least 2000 persons and tobacco. Now dear Young friends will leave the City for the purpose of if this should meet the Eye of any who j visiting their friends at Fred i ick do As stated above know this any the committee of arrangements hav one May dress As Tine or finer than eng spared no pains to Render this you do or can Floril to do. A i is not one of the most delightful trips Ever the personal appearance that attracts offered to the coloured citizens of bal the Eye of far seeing people. People timbre. Among us who Are striving to bring the train will arrive at Frederick up a class of Young men educated re j at 11 of clock and the head quarters tined in every particular the equal of will be at the Asbury m. E. Church. J oi1x e. Pearce Wood and Coal dealer no. 12a state Street Between Mulberry and Saratoga its. Ohs c. Forte Boot and shoe maker Northeast Corner Charles and Saratoga streets. P t. Stevens Boot and shoe in a a Ker. Repairing done at Moiler a Raborg Street Cor ate prices no. 8 Ner of Arch. J Ose i a. Armstead and shaving Saloon no. >1 King Street. Between Paca and Eutaw streets. The Anglo Saxon do not recognise those As such whose Only desire is to the stay in Frederick will be about eight 8 hours which will give the Riscoe amp co., Book Job printers 4 court land Street programmes business cards dodgers wedding make a Tine appearance outwardly As Exour sinners ample time to visit their invitations visiting cards posters a Tair tace May have within a deep friends. Circulars and All kind of printing. Dark purpose even so a Well made it it also expected that on the Are form adorned by a tailor to the Best rival of the excursion lists in Frederick f advantage May be the Only attraction addresses will be delivered by Hon. About you. We do not condemn line Frederick Douglass and others. Prof. Dress. There Are those among us Johnson a celebrated brass baud has who have education and refinement and who dress richly. This is an example of a handsome is As handsome we further regret that those among us who have a Little education Are with it perfectly contented. Do not have that spirit. If you would read history or even think yourself of All the acquire its that a Man May have you would say a How ignorant i am when compared with those who i am trying to you know a Little Tell that to thy neighbor and Endeavor to gain More Tor thyself. Never be of the opinion that you can not learn. Always be willing and ready to receive instruction which May be Given in various ways. While meditating and watching the course of others we learn lessons Ben-1 Eti Ciai to ourselves. And be sure to get Money. We As a race Nee into be represented Jutt now More in Commerce and finance. Be saving. Not stingy but economical. Never spend j Money on the impulse of a moment j never make rash promises. Regard a cd amp to Tut a two. 1. . A a a Uluia we will become finance Illy in a Good condition. Furthermore do not forget morals. Let your conversation and actions be pure although your thoughts May be different. And above All keep single to the Prosperity of our race. If you see a brother in distress help him. No mat j ter if he thank you As you think he i should or not. Ingratitude is never rewarded. But remember a blessed Are the been engaged for the occasion. The the cars will leave Hamden station on b. Amp o. R. R. At 8 o clock precisely. Tickets for round trip Only $1.75, children 85, by order Hoard trustees. James a. Harris Richard Bush Emil Mitchell Robert Bias Geo. W. Mill Burn Benj. Burley sr., John s. Simpson Alex. Robinson John ii. Smith Sec. Rev. C. G. Key pastor. Of. John ii. B Deng be teacher of vocal and instrumental music no. 5 Druid Hill a c leg horse shoes Ards cards cards 100 finely printed visiting cards including Snow Flake damask Marble Granite Etc., for Only 50 cents at the Quot Dolored american Job printing office 108 German Sec. I to Isaac s. Gross to get i a your stoves and you will be suit de. Repairing stoves a specially All kinds of grates and bricks kept on hand. Jail at 84 Elbow Lane near Warren. A ill a Jill ill a 493 West Baltimore Street near Pine. A o hats for figures Broad and Burly hats for straight hair and a a s o Ino the coloured citizen says a the democratic papers Are in great glee exodus from the Kansas As if it because the Black South Are going to was a sort of revenge on the Radical Young common wealth. They May possess their souls in patience. Kansas is a tree Empire and every Man in it White Black or mixed will be secure in his rights before the Law. Kansas in War and in peace has always had the courage of her principles Euen when she carried them in a j carpet we Are glad to hear the weekly Pilot express its sentiments against j sloth so favourably. It dhows that 11 icy a re i Illy cognizant o f what our people should be engaged in. A we have too much excitement too Many circuses and too much profanity Anil i Al obscenity in our City Nashville for its moral and spiritual welfare. Nuisances and idlers Are not the most useful and agreeable things to he desired by quiet and respectful we would be glad to have some of our citizens take note of this Anil profit thereby. Hoi uses shod according to the natural formation of the Hoof. Horses sent for and carefully returned. A to. Vyon Between Pine and Fremont Adam Warren 94 Dover St. Invites the attention of the Public to the fact that he is ready to execute All orders left with firm for w Nett of Utt ing and Wall colouring at the Shortes notice. Charles a. White general furnishing v no it v y Vafi of Beady made coffins and Patent caskets always on hand at 3 5 Granby Street Opall orders by mail promptly attended to at the shortest not be Hacks served for funerals parties weddings Etc. Hats for faces melancholy hats for features Bright and Jolly hats for gentlemen of standing hats that give a look commanding hats for walking Riding driving hats Dull faces look alive in hats that stand All kinds of mailing hats for any Trade or calling hats for travelling sporting sailing hats grease proof in storms unfailing hats of Many shapes uncommon hats admired by Lovely women hats of quiet styles for pastors hats that youths and boys do sigh for hats for Landsman and Tor sailors hats that Grace the work of tailors hats which must your custom fix hats Prito amp Ziats very cheap irm crts a 1�?Tiie popular hitter of tie 11 Century 498 w. 33alto. Bet. Pearl a Pine. John ii. Owens. Geo. Whiteley Owens amp Whiteley furnishing undertakers dealers in groceries Ard provisions Tio. Is a ves Evv we try to live and let live. Of give us a Call at 100 Chestnut the following in our opinion is nearly a a hair breath the 10th inst. As the limited express train was entering Elkton a Man was seen calmly walking of the track and Alley. Unheeded the Whisle of the train. A a a coloured woman named Harriet Tilli son who was a Short distance away text a titum1 \ recognized the individual As Thomas j w an Al Jejou Davis the Leader of the choir at the Twenty five Hoys Between the Ages coloured m. P. Church and a Hoarder of ten and fifteen. Apply at the Amer at her House. She hastened to pull can citizen office 108 German Street him from the track just in time too monday and tuesday mornings be for the train was then within a few tween the hours of nine and eleven i get of him. 1a.m. Theodore Eblin manufacturer of Iofi it Sladics amp Clink no a siioe8. No. 506 Lexington Street near Schroeder str. Of repairing of All kinds done with neatness and dispatch. Come and give us a Call and try for yourself neatness and cheapness. Be sure you find the right place 500 Lexington Street. Dealer in family groceries. All kinds of Coal and Wood kept constantly on hand. All kinds of vegetable Etc., no. 4 Courtland Street Between Lexington and Saratoga. Come Anil give her a Call. 225 South Eutaw Street two doors below Montgomery St. All appliances requisite for funerals furnished with promptness and despatch. Every attention paid to orders from the country. Read made Collins caskets and shrouds always on hand. Funerals served at Low Price and 011 reasonable terms. Furniture 11 Early re mired. Carriages for wedding and private parties for hire. Amp hmm Ummi undertaker 30 Saratoga St., bet. Davis and Calvert do Watson 8t., bet. Lloyd and canal. Of orders promptly attended to. By furniture neatly repaired

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