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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Afro-American citizen. — 17 January 1900

Amer -THE (In Afr?-American Newspapers 1898-1901, no.69u.~-) Citizen Devoted to the Interest of -the Republic M Dedicated Most Especially to the Struggling lut Biting Afro-Americans. CHARIffTON.S. C., JANUARY 17, 1900. NO. 38. If??J TERMS. ; Between Germany And perica Settled. t AF. Bf as esl dy| ter ed *. ty a. il. ce fis Dr ill tn PROTEST ?0 ENGLAND. ;n? Tired of the Seizure of chips and Merchandise as ?hil;?? {e.-The correspondent . i l*ress interviewed the - Ambassador, Mr. An? about the present sta -fiaticns between Germany . : States. Mr. Waite ..... question between the - ad Germany, the insur . ; minor matters have mettled. The main ques r main are the commer ... : the proper inspection ta ats. The former will :dered at Washington. . tsi depend upon the ac ?stag. Though the siows bitter hostility n ol' th? present ar ; i oppresive to American - -i '[)>. \ that the proposal ai McKinley's message TH of a special com accepted. There is no ?verament, apart from .. wau id be h...

Publication Title: Afro-American Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Afro-American citizen. — 17 January 1900

THE ?fpo-?mFPip?n (JififfA PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 71 H ABELL ?T., CHARLES TON, s. c L. G. GREGORY, Editor, g S. YOUNGR-OOD, Business M'g r. C. U CLARKON, Agent. S/X MONTHS, -&> 7BR?E MONTHS & ONE MONTH ? -.20. S1XGLE COFJl - .55 +DrEniI9ItrQ'~.RATE9eZ1' URXISHED UPOXinEQVEST.W~~ "?? ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE OF CHARLESTON, ??S, C. AS SE0ONDCLA8S* MATTER Address alP communications whether concerning advertise ments or subscription, to the CITIZEN POLISHING CO./ 71[HASELL STREET. CHARLESTON, S. C. AMONG the brightest of our exchang es is the Arkansas Appreciator, edited by our old college friend, and foimer editor of the Fisk Herald, J. Wilson Pettus. Its motto is "The Negro race the Repubican Party, and the whole people." We have no doubt but that with such a motto and such an able editor the Appreciator will give the Bear State the light it so much needs. SOME of our prominent men make a great blunder in trying to make the Negroes believe that they are Republi cans...

Publication Title: Afro-American Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Afro-American citizen. — 17 January 1900

Mr. Jos. C. Glover has returned home fro? the North. ||r.& Kinard left on Friday last to join Uncle Sam's Army. Mr. P. S Bessard has opened a new restaurant at 203 King st., where he will be glad to have his friends call. Dr? R. J. Macbeth has removed his resi dence to 422 King st. His office and residence are now in the same building. Patronize the Home Life Insurance Co. All the members are gentlemen of the highest probity and wellknown Charletto nians. Attorney A. ?. Twine has almost fully recovered from his severe illness. Et is able to get around, mach to the delight of his friends. i?ev, M. W. Gilbert, D. D , ofJCentral Church, has contributed a serong article to the South Carolina Standard on the "Ne gro and the right of petition." When in need of first class groceries call on F. H. Capers, cor. Beaufain and Kirk land Lane. Goods delivered to any part, of the city. Itev. J. F. Page preached an inspiring sermon last Sunday afternoon at u es'ey M. E. Church. He is certainly...

Publication Title: Afro-American Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Afro-American citizen. — 17 January 1900

NE STATE HOSPITAL. Tbc Care of the State's Insane During the Past Year. The fellowing is the annual report ?ff the board of regents of the State Hospita; for the Insane; therein the ".enfctage *pian" for further necessary &?3dH*g^ is vigorously urged: To His Excellency M. B. Mcsweeney, Governor of South Carolina. Stn OD behalf of the board of re sents of the State Hospital for the In sane I i^rewith respectuflly submit to your' excellency their annual report for the year ending Dec. 31, 1899, to gether with the reports of the superin tended 2nd treasurer. . The report of the superintendent shows that there were under treatment at the <-os-e of the previous year 966 j patients, of whom 584 were white males 24\ females 343; and 382 col ore?!-?ples 183. females 199. There were Emitted 415 new patients .arhite 224; colored 191. The discharg ed namber 397. The daily average somber ander treatment rose from 375 to 5&8. "Many cf these patients were ad Tanccii ta years and in fee...

Publication Title: Afro-American Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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