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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 17 July 1886

The AFRO-AMERICAN CHURCHMAN. "For what is a Man profited If shall Gain the whole World and Lose his own Soul?" First Year. PETERSBUEG VA, JULY 17, 1886. NO. 14 ST. MARY'S CHURCH BALTIMORE, MD. This church started by Rev. Mr Perry in the same year and month Rev. Giles B. Cooke took charge of St. Stephen's this city, has had wonderful success. St. Mary's congregation as will be observed from the picture of the chancel is ritualistic in its tendency has a surpliced choir of about 40 persons and from our personal know ledge we can bear testimony to the beautiful and most excellent singing. St. Mary's has a membership at present of nearly 500 fiommunicauts. We would like to give to many of our readers an account of some of the work done by this congregation but this article will not permit. Sufficient to say, there are several institutions connected with the parish prominently and conspicuous is the colored Sisterhood, doing a noble work among the poor. Rev. C. B. Perry the successful pr...

Publication Title: Afro-American Churchman
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 17 July 1886

s*e |krckran. GEORGE F. BRAGG J R. Editor and Publisher. PUBLISHED ON THE FIRST AND THIRD SATURDAYS OP EACH MONTH. Subscription rates One year .75 cents, six-months 40 cents, strict ly in advance. To clergymen 50cts a year. Money should be sent either by Postal Money Order or Registered Letter. Entered at the Petersburg Post Office as Second Class Matter- Ashville, N. C., July 5 1886. Mr. Editor, Dear Sin My recent letter has been much defaced by the serious faults of your proof-sheet. Please do me the favor of printing these corrections. Ist column 2nd paragraph, for hurling read "hurtling." In the 3rd paragraph after "Caste to be" insert a, and a after "positive" after "paralysis," insert a comma, and write "the" for "this." For "welbering," read "weltering." 2nd column, Ist line, read "unrestrained" for "in restrained." In the second paragraph, near the end, read 'their' for "there." In the 3rd paragraph, read omission, for "omissions." In the 4th paragraph in the quotation from ...

Publication Title: Afro-American Churchman
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 17 July 1886

|t:rd |>m ;> } "ohk Among Colored People in Tennessee. Perhaps the first in importance of tl .8 work is the mission work in v.emphis. I his is in charge of the I J .e\ William Klein, Dean of Saint Mary's Cathedral, who is assisted by a colored Deacon, the Rev. A. R. Anderson. Until last year the mis.s>on congregation had been worshiping in a rented hall, the use of which <:■' uld be secured for Sunday services 0 ity. Last year it was decided to pvu'sjhase a very neat and connnodioJs church building, located on Third street. Ihe property was paid for except $2,000, which was to be met in two annual instalments. The first of these became due in Feb ruary, ahd was promptly paid. We have therefore onlv 11,000 more to raise in order to have the property free from all incumbrance. The property is held in trust by the convention of the diocese; the convention, being incorporated by the legislature, holds the title of all church pr operty in the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 17 July 1886

.A. fro- American Churchman. GEO. F. BRAGrCx, JR. Editor and Pttbltsher. THE CHURCH CALENDAR FOR July. 4. Second Sunday after Trinity. 9. Friday Fast, 11. Third Sunday after Trinity. 16. Friday Fast. 18. Fourth Sunday after Trinity. 23. FrMay Fast. 25. S.James Apostle. 25. sth Sunday after Trinity. 30. Friday Fast. OBITUARY. Mrs Georgia Morgan a lady of estimable qualities and for a long time up to the time of her sad and sudden death a missionary engaged in teaching in St. Stephen's Normal School died very suddenly at her residence about 3 o'cloek Monday morniug in the communiou of the catholic faith and we trust in favor with God a reasonable hope. She leaves a husband and six little children. Ihe burial office of the church was said over her remains on last Tuesday in „->t. Stephen's church. May she Rest in Peace. Hiuh Water in the Appomattox.—The Appomattox is decidedly full, and, like a human being in ihat interesting condition, has a tendency to wander about, and an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 7 August 1886

KttAMEIIICAN CHURCHMAN. ®' mt a | an |)[ Ije shall |ain the whole |jor!d and §t Ijis onm |jouI?" 4? ifst Year. PETERSBURG. YA. AUG-7, 1888-TSTO m A merican gg Churchman. v GEO. F. BRAGG. JR. Editor and Pttbmshkr. 1 HECHURCH CALENDAR FOR AUG. 1. SUth -Sunday after Trinity. 6. Friday Fast, • 8. 7th. Sunday after Trinity. -13.' Friday Fast. 15. Bth Sunday after Trinity. 20. Friday Fast. 22. 9th Sunday after Trinity. 24*.Bartholomew. 27. Friday Fast 29. 10th. Sunday after Trinity. Subscribe to the afro-american churchman only 75cts a year. ST. MARY'S CHURCH BALTIMORE, MD. (Continued from last issue.) Among the conditions upon which the propertv was given was the requirement that, the church should be maintained exclusively by voluntary offerings, without the aid of fairs or festivals of any kind. No debt was to be incurred, and daily services were to be maintained. I hese conditions have been conscientiously kept. About ninety dollars a month is received through the offertory for curren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 7 August 1886

J/ro-^mqrian GEORQE F.BRAGG JR. Editor and Publisher, published on the first and third SATURDAYS OP.EACH MONTH. Subscription rates One year •75 cents, six-months 40 cents, strict . y * n advance. To clergymen 50cts a year. Money should be sent either bj T Postal Money Order or Registered Letter. ■ 1 Entered at the Petersburg Post Office as Second Class Matter. " "THE COLORED PRIEST." Under the above caption in the "Church Standard" New York, edited by Rev. W. T. Webbe, appeared July 14th a most remarkable article. The article in question is as illogical as it is erroneous, and as prejudiced as it is narrow The following extracts will speak for themselves: There is but one way in which, at least for many years to come, the difficult subject can be safely handled and the prejudices of race or caste or color or whatever they may be, met, and that is by the positive method which the Assistant bishop of Mississippi has distinctly announced as his determination not to ordain to. the pries...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 7 August 1886

cdjS. in ( harlottesvillfe last ancl complimentary allusion to the a?u nAkBRiCAN Churchman: "I ■\# i Call the attention of the cJergyXaiid laity to the special organ ol' jyork in Virginia, published ii« # J jtaifroblirg, and edited by one of oujc eolofcpd theological students, i« U* in interesting and most creditab: 'i paper, and by subscribing to it >re w otild furnish ourselves with inotiti ition ? of the progress of the wo-'k, and encourage a Missionary t. Philip's congregation worshipi a for the first time in •c Ofyurch 167 West 25th street, b «'e will remain until their own }|#W le&qrch building is ereeted. fetw'i Phi Hp's church New York < i ; y, (lev. H. C. t ishop, will commence building yery soon a handsome and costly church edifice. K(r H. M. Pollard of the Holy i u-Jeents, Norfolk, Va., preached Apr St, . Mark's congregation Charlesj|y® 'S, Ci, on the last Sunday in Juf y • tyss congregation is without h andit is making strenuous ■sJM't&a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 7 August 1886

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 7 August 1886

RE-ELECTION OF PRESIDENT SALOMON. [Philadelphia Sentinel.] The people of Hayti have shown great good sense in re-electing President Salomon for another term of seven years as head of the republic. Advices from Port au Prince say that his great popularity conutines unabated. Certainly no president since Hayti has had a republican form of government has done more for his country in advancing its material interests and commanding for it the sympathy of and respect of foreign governments, than Louis Etieje Felicite Salomon. The periodical outbreaks that seem to be a perennial joy for the people and especially a delight for the highly educated men whose ambition is always on the verge of overleaping itself, have been checked by the wise course,and firm, decided action of Pres't. Salomon. Hayti has progressed under his Administration, but much remains to be done for the education of the people and the development of the enormous possibilities of the products of her su>il and mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 21 August 1886

The AFRO-AMERICAN CHURCHMAN. 'J^ or m a profited |f Jje shall ||sfo whole |jortil and f|t» oum Jioul?" -First Year. V .'VUG- 21. 1886. NO. 16 4-fro "American Churchman, GBO. P. BRAGG. JR. Editor and Publisher. THE church calendar ; fcOR AUG. 1. Sixth Sunday after Trinity. 6. Friday Fast, 7th. -Sunday after Trinity. ; f3. Friday Fast. 416. Bth Sunday after Trinity. 20. Friday Fast. 9th Sunday after Trinity. Bartholomew. ijf. Friday Fast v 29. 10th. Sunday after Trinity. ■ *»' IIWI i ■ n.fytrn I——W IIIIMM Mllf TjHE VIEWS OF REV. g|| MR. AYRES. Michael's, Cairo, 111.,- July 22. v lEditor A fro-American Church-AiAN-rDear Sir: Somebody has kindly sent me a copy of your valuable journal of June 19th making your, strictures on my late article in 'Scholiast' as quoted in the j||tsndard.'"" I send you by this mail my reply to the Standard. The editor of the Standard is a scholarly Wn, and a valued friend of mine;but I caimot think him an authority on question of the relation of the Church to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 21 August 1886

GEORGE F.BRAGG JR. Editor and Publisher. PUBLISHED ON THE FIRST AND THIRD SATURDAYS OP EACH MONTH. Subscription rates,—One year .t5 cents, six months 40 cents, strictly in advance. To clergymen 50cts. a year. Money should be sent either by Postal Money Order or Registered Letter. THE EDUCATION OF OUR YOUNGMEN. It is realty provoking to read now and then views and opinions of a white persons who pose as great champions of the Negro, who are always full of theories as to the solution of what is called the Negro problem. Very often is it the case that we find white persons, who know nothinfi at all of the Negro, his condition, his progress and his wants, who hold themselves entirely aloof from these people in all matters, and yet pretend to know more about the Negro and the proper agsncies to be employed in his elevation, than even the besl informed and most intelligent christian men among the Negroes themselves. The truth of the matter is, that in nearly every case those who pretend t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 21 August 1886

St. Joseph, Mo., M'.» EDIHOB: f £ "Mr. Frank L. Biddell, of NeI yivKu Meo., a Churchman, who, in ■ %fttj itiOuth of February last, gave to } gtjj? l» fc €o Bishop of this Diocese, the s#€ 0. F. Robertson, I). D.,the :j»um §1,400 for Diocesan Mission fFWorUf bus recently presented St. Ljkatt.Wi»s' Mission (colored) this city, rk& orgaiv uhe cost of which is $7O. J n adaption to the abore, the under- [' signe l gratefully acknowledges the •: i,' *donations to said M ission ■ fro& August, 1885-to August 1886. (lite./ "' " K,((v. James Saul, D. D., of Philai t*a„ $lOO. Rt. lley.C. F. Robertson, $5O. Mi's. Chap. Dibble, Michagan, a BibM* 5 F. B;Scheetz, Kirkwood,Mo. $iT/< - ftA, Leonard, Atchison, Kan., ss,ou* •• Rt \ T . S» IL (Jreen, St. Louis, Mo., SS,OU, '■ Rsv. Ti G. Harper, Newark, N. J. $5,00. All Saints church, (colored) ' St. Louie, s|,o. M . J. H. Gorkell, Marshall, Mo., #10,C9 also a Communion set consist r ' 1 pieces. Rt % Jas. Rnncie, D. D:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 21 August 1886

COLORED JOURNALISTS. Discuss Momentous Questions and Favor of the Knights of Labor. [Atlantic City, New Jersey, Times.] The sixth annual meeting of the Afro-American Press Association reassembled Wednesday morning atthe City Hall and was called to order by the president, Rev. Dr. Simmons. The report of the committee on Southern outrages was considered and excited considerable debate, especially that portion which recommended emigration to the west and other portions of the country where the people were more in sympathy wit j the colored race. Editor Matthews spoke in favor ol the recommendation of the report and Doctor Tanner, of the Church Review, contended for the right of Southern negroes to be protected in the homes thev now occupy and not be forced to "get up and git." Editor John Mitchell, of Richmond, drew a vivid picture of the indignities to which his people were subjected and advocated fighting their own way if Federal help could not be given and by striking back in self d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 4 September 1886

MJm-mm eHURCKHAH. j|or what is a j|an jrojfitti |f Ije shall the mlwlt ||orld and jofc ljis oum |(oul?" jgirst year. PH:THIRSi3TTKC» V A.. SEPT- 4. 1886. 3STO. 17 American , |P&. *\ BRAGG, JR. £ j! ElftToß and Publisher. Office as O||»NDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. jfteventh Sunday after Trinity. Ywelth Sunday after Trinity. • Jhnber Day—Friday—Fast. J& Thirteenth Sunday af. Trinity. Sunday af Trinity. 9$ Michael and All Angels. I THOMPSON'S WORK .. COLORED "Churchman" (N. Y.) many friends who | ids#me in building this church . people—the first and only | this diocese—-and in partly it so far, to state its presRev. Nelson Ay res ret the work in April last, have been carried on, and exercised, by the Kt. Rev. )Adams and the Rev. Dr. ff and the Sunday school has ' by members of the the conciliar year (closed i had been confirm- % and mothers of families I cases. The congregation 'fiwt year of existence *i4thin itself, for the building of services, about Mm- naturally suff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 4 September 1886

ijhe |lturchman. GEORGE F.BRAGGJR Editor and Publisher. PUBLISHED ON THE FIRST AND THIR SATURDAYS OF EACH MONTH. Subscription rates, —One year .75 cents, six months 40 cents, strictly in advance. To clergymen 50cts. a year. Money should be sent either by Postal Money Order or Registered Letter. LET US DO MORE. The activity and earnestness displayed in Church work aniong our people by our Church is indeed gratifying and encouraging. The white peopls of Virginia who so largely comprise the make up of our Church, are as well qualified and capable of exerting a wonderful influence for good among our people, as any set of christians within the commonwealth. We might go still farther and sa} 7 that the responsbility resting upon them is greater than that resting on any of the religious bodies surrounding us. God in blessing, has surely blessed them, and it must be for a good purpose. Magnanimous, large hearted and generous are the Churchmen of this diocese. Having these many qualities and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 4 September 1886

C. Bishop of New York wi s suddenly called to Baltimore last month to the funeral of his 14.-L. Philips of Cruoifixion rh'ladelphia, Pa., has been spending the beat portion of the summer at RfiY; Geo. E. Howell, has returned \r,oTthte State from Louisville, Ky where he had been on a visit. He h«J» actively to work at Liberi%i Va» The white brethern <v f tii&t locality are rendering him Valuable services in securing him an house ot Worship. Rlhr. T. W. Cain has been on a t< »r through the counties of Hruns•vy i ck and Mecklenburg preaching and lV4f'tif*ting the Blessed Sacrament to rural congregations. KjrfV. J. H. M. Pollard is highly pleased with his trip to Charleston, -S. (1., where he preached for Saint Malik's congregation. I3bv. W. L. Burrell stationed at Ya., has entered upon tl discharge of his duties and writes v.v v encouragingly. fw|v Alex. Crummell, D. D., of 8 i plaifees church, Washington, D. has been on a vacation, spending Kis time p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 4 September 1886

& WESTERN R. R Time Table in Effect June 14, 'B6 Time. Westward. East'n Stand'd | Daily | Daily Daily No. 1. No. 3. No 21 Lv Norfolk 5.30 p. m. 9.50 a m " Suffolk 6.15 p m 10.34 a. m. Ar Pet'rsb'g 8.15 " 12.30 pm. Lv Richmond via R. & P. r. r. f 6.30 p. m. 11.30 a.m Lv Pet'rsb'g 8.25 p. m. 12.40 p m. lv Burk'ville 10.17 " 3.00 p. m. Lv Farmville 10.53 " 3.31 pm. Ar.Lyn'hbu'g 12.50 am 5.35 p m. lv Ly'c'b'g 1.10 am 6 05 pm. 7.10 am lv Libert}' 2.05 " 6.53 p m 8.06 " Lv Ro'noke 3.25 a m 7.45 " 9.15 " LvChri't'nb'g 4.37" 8.50 "10.32 " Ar Central 5.00 a m. 9.10 "-10.55 a m Lv Central 10.56 a m. Ar Pocahontas 2.30 p m. Lv Wytheville 623 a m 10.28 p m Lv Marion 723 a m 11.25pm Lv bingdon 822 am 12.19 am Ar Bristol 8 45 am 12.45 a m Parlor and Sleeping Cars between Bristol and Norfolk on Trains No. 1 and 2 (after July Ist.) CONNECTIONS. Leave Norforlk 9.50 a. m. daily and 5.30 p. m. daily. Arrive Rich mond 1.30 p. m. daily and 9.15 p. m daily except Sunday. Leave Ric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 18 September 1886

The AFRO-AMERICAN CHURCHMAN. '| ar tthat is a j|ati profited |f |je skit |pin th? whole ||orld and Jo§t l|is own J>oul?" SFirst Year- } VA., SSPT- is. 1886 JSTO. 18 jfcfro- A.mericaii ;,|^hurchman t p BRAGG-, JR. &- ' . ; : EmTOR AND PUBLISHRK. V C-MtopAß FOR SEPTEMBER. % Seventh Sunday after Trinity. K Friday-Fast. 11. Twelth Sunday after Trinity. 16, Ember Day—Fast. 17. Ember Day—Friday—Fast. ;- 19. '1 hirteenth Sunday af. Trinity, r ' 21. S. Matthew. 24. Friday—Fast. f'26. Fourteenth Sunday af Trinity. 29. S. Michael and All Angels. ■ ■ 1.,. Vi - - £ /The Church at the South and the Negro. I he relation which the white man and the negro, the master and the slave, held to each other, under the cfl.3 regime, was in main a most kindly one, and Lb ia to be sincerely refitted that a barrier should be aaeed between them, so that the I #flte «tiaii-Should be debarred the " »Hvilege of teaching and the black Bah the privilege of being taughf >V those fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 18 September 1886

|bnjintan. GEORGE F.BRAGGJR Editor and Pulisher. PULISHED OX THE FIRST AND THIR SATURDAYS OP EACH MONTH. Subscription rates.—One year .t5 cents, six months 40 cents, strictly in advance. To clergymen 50cts. a year. Money should be sent either by Postal Money Order or Registered Letter. Our much respected instructor of the "Bulletin" regards the statement 'white persons who pose as great champions of the Negro who are always full of theories as to the solution of what is called the 'Negro problem" as a "rather ungracious reference." We can most kindly assure our dear brother that it was far from our purpuse of tnaking any allusion what ever relating to himself in that connection. The statement is based upon general principles and especially applied to men of secular avocations and of the secular press, who are as ignorant of the needs of the race as a new born babe. Our personal esteem and high regard for the Principal of the Bp. Payne Divinity School is too lofty, to admit of any bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Afro-American Churchman — 18 September 1886

TtteKentucky Church Chronicle in the space edited by Rev. Ft; Cooke has the following complimentary notice: • We reluctantly parted with the lit"'. Uko. E. Howell, who went back to ills work in Virginia on Tuesday A , ,»nst. ltth. Whilst here Mr. H 't e| won golden opinions from wT t e and colored, in preaching, re*i I ing "the services, and visiting th e eoi|gregation. He came to spend hi'i vacation,-but he was constantly ♦'lUployed in good works while with OJ- May the Lord bless him, and crov/n his efforts with success in behalf of the Master's cause, wherever he p ajf/fe located." U av. Vjt. Howell has only been in Li»er!>y, Va., for about a month. l,t was our great pleasure, on Tuesday cuing of last week be present and witness the first confirmrtion class presented and that Historic and Aptfttolic rite administered by the Assistant Bishop of the diocese, Rt. Rev Randolph, D. D. The noh was well filled with both col--0 vtd and white persons. The serpen were conducted b...

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