learning his trade, is now employed as assistant instructor
at a salary of $7.00 per week.
Kev. Father Dennis is a broad-minded and charitable Chris-
tian and the doors of his institution are open to all Colored
Americans, Protestants as well as Catholics.
Clergy, Presidents of Colleges, Principals of Schools, teach-
ers, parents and children are invited to visit this school.
ST. BARNABAS' CHURCH.
BIDDLE ST. AND ARGYLE AVE.
Mass, 7, 9 and 10.30 A. M., Sundays. Vespers, 8 P. M.,
Sunday. St. Anthony's Devotion. Tuesday at 7 A M., and
8 P. M. Holy HourfFriday, at 7.30.
KEV. CHAS, A. EVERS, Pastor.
JOHN WESLEY METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
COR. SHARP AND MONTGOMERY STREETS.
This church is one of the landmarks of South Baltimore
and occupies an important place, in the life of the population
of this city. Some of the most distinguished public men have
spoken from its platform. It is known for its forward move-
ments and its observance of the anniversaries of public men
and important happening, such as the Proclamation of
Emancipation by the immortal Abraham Lincoln.
The following are the officers:
Ernest Lyon, pastor, residence 141 W. Hill Street.
Albert Johnson, Chairman Trustee Board, res., 2027 Druid
Robert Nickens. R, S. Steward's Board, res.. 2027 Druid
Henry L. Bouyer, F. S. Trustee Board, res., 1348 Carey St.
Edward Hughes, R. S. Trustee Board, res., 938 Warner St.
Jno. Hi. Barney. Treas. Trustee Board, res, 727 Hanover St.
Wm. H. Wilson, Treas. Benovelent Col., res., 847 China St.