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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

NOT ALWAYS GOLDEN rhe Mlent Person is Not a Pleasant One to Meat in Society Mh as ueen said in condemnation - much volubility of speech but T rson of experience it would ap be said and that s much might r V n against the habit of silence in c uals and families says a writer n ri rs Bazar I once was a visitor l i ome where silence not conversa a the order of the day The 0 I bnld consisted of the father and daughters and one r two grown M of 20 years of age They could all p i v ell if they wished but often they i o care to do so Breakfast a try- - al under the most cheerful cir- - was a season of funeral - iy in this home When the fam i e cended from their various to the dining room they i UJ one another and their guesia iun a polite Good morning After tut except for the necessary Will vV and Thank you silence reign d -U first I as guest made several iaiiic torts to talk but I soon became couiaged for when I discontinued ie at temps no one else spoke i ih el lest daughter one day expl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

n r 1 4 ifc in itimimiAi a i I - v i 1 ra f W i jZLr7TYsrft BJ VHiH u jv i i E - TBf r iwmt T jt Ltii4irii lrtf - - j 777 i 1 1 ifi vc w i I hi i the cojjojmf jxfflmnKsrwiB b The foMElS As I droo a respectfnl courtesy to the women readers of The Colored American I beg leave to state that the individual who is to edit this column shall be known as Euphemia Kirk Whether she is old or young married or single homely or pretty will remain a secret If she is married she is a de voted wife and a happy mother II she is single ho i not looking around lor any stray you ug man into whose identity sbe is trying to merge her own Far diflerent The is orld has outgjown ye olden notion that a womans fcuecess and happiness in life depend upon her ability to wheedle captivate or icherae some man into matrimony All of us women old maids young maids and married women believe firmly in mar riage of course and we tnould all like to get married some day or other to be sore but we dont hang our happiness o...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

PUNISHMENT OF CRIME Has the Federal Government the Power to Protect American Citizens Tic Issue Squarely Before Congress Tne Negros Friends Must 50 on Record A petition handsomely bound and ignod by 3200 colored persons of Chi cago and tne West asking for such legis lation as will protect colored men of ibis country from the barbarous prac tice of lynching and burning colored nitn was presented in the Senate on he loth by Senator Cullom of Illinois Afier the reading of the brief petition ilr Cullou said The petition technically simply calls tjr the exeoution of laws I happen to kuov trom the entleman who senus the petition ana who is at the head of a creditable organization a gentleman bv the name of Dr J H Magee of Chi cago that tney desire such legislation if it dots not already exist as will pro lect colored people from lynching and murder without the authority of law I merely desiie to cad the attention of the chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary to the petition in the hop...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

9S M f If 1 1 m i i J H Y 8 mataBBaBffBmmsiSSsmsie 9he Colored American PaoUebed by The Colored American Pub isblng Company A 1ATI0NAL NEttKO NEWSPAPEK Published every Saturday at 59 C St N V Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Six moo the Three months 200 - 110 60 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may be Bent oy postoflJc money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be aacompanled with the name of the writer not neoeesarlly lor publication but as a guar antee of good faith We solicit news contributions opinion and in fact all matters affecting the raae 1ft e will not pay for matter however unless it Is ordered by us All matter intended for reach this office by Wednea Subxleatlonmust to Insure Insertion In the current Issue IGMAgents are wanted everywnere Bend or ustructlons TEor Sale by nil Hews Dealers ADVERTISING RATE8 Reading notices 60 cents per line Display advertisements 92 per square lnon per Inser tion Discounts made on larg...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

f 4 A TALE f TWO j NATIONS ftL J N - W 7W IRv IX J ymrstfms -T IV W 4- XV J STiT 4i - f WT VTiS r - - i w V - s ej While Ef ganii is baving her own troublt with the Boers Uncle Bam is having Ids out In he Pulippinea and iaciden ftlly a little internecine love feast in Kentucky Intolerance or Ignorance jjlirorof The Colored American Knodlnu and apprcvatng your dw gust for intolerance or ignorance no ma Ui uudbr what guise or disguise it maj as ume I preiui e with your in dulgence to furni h the umuy thous aid readers of your up-to-date paper a condition of utfahs existing in the uuu ical branch of the representative colored Catholic church lu Washington Ihe choir of this church dc famous in years long t go ry the aitrstic ana unequalled melody of MnriaUie Small wood MiFBCB Lena Mitltr Dey Jick tou and Madams- Irving supported by that grand old basso Mr Benj unin tt al has Mien judging from ate events into the bauds of one who is so involtr snt of the proprieties that should txibl bet...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

rtv h J V f - ii Cxi nTy i I m SHREDS U4ia IW33TT5 V Mfewai5AV AND 5 i2 I Booker T Washington is in the far WeBt T J Galloway special agent in charge of the Negro exhibit at Paris is a gradu ate of Fisk The enterprising newspaper sensa tionalists who caught Aguinaldo the other afternoon have evidently turned him loose again An editor in a Tennessee town who stated in his paper that the new centn ry wonld begin January 1 1901 was ridden out of town on a rail St Louis has two very wealthy col ored people Mrs Amanda Larbadie pays taxes on 100000 and Alfred White a caterer and confectioner has made 75000 at his business The Associated Press is responsible for the announcement that Tom John sou a Negro returned to hi3 home in Hannibal Mo with 500000 which he had made during his four years stay iu the Klondike In accordance with orders from the War Department Troop M Ninth Oav airy colored has left Spofford Texas for Fort Grant Arizona their regular station Thoy were relieved from duty In...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

Pi TERRELLS MERITED HONOR Afro Amerxan Woman Selected t peak Before the Equal Suffrage Con vention I he convention of equal suffragists w jich a sembles iu this city from Feb ruary 8th to 14th will be a notable Iiheriucc Da meinbeiship includes m iy of the noted women of the coun try whose Lames are written high on fames imperishable fccroll and whose nb tb have done much to make our national sentiment pure sweet and v ujleaoma One colored woman Mrs M ry Caurch Terrell president of the National Association of Colored Women has been unanimously invited obeone uf he nine principal speaKer selected by ballot The topic assigned to her is 4 Woman Suffrage one of the broad est aud moat important subjects in the entire schedule of discussions to come before the body The president of the orga izauon the veteran Su3an B An tuony said of Mra Terrell We do not invite Mrs Terrell solely as a representative of theraca which sbe nouors and adotns but aa an iadustri ous and auccoseful wt rker in t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

S- 12 1 TUTU WW n iT 11 Ill 1P3 Si TT I SyvM J11 The spirit of organization Is abroad in the land The waiters of Blanks Hotel l eld their initial meeting last week Messrs Gaskini Gainea of ths Academy Kestaurant 320 8th Street northweBt have just completed their upstairs parlors where ladies can be served at all hourB on the European oi American plaD The Academy Kes taurant is centrally located and ladies shopping will flud it a convenient place for a noou lucnoh Messrs Gav kins Gaines are experienced men in the business and are giving the public first claBs service Gov Pinchback on Politics Tomorrow afternoon at Second Bap tist Lyceum Gov P B 8 Pinchbeck of Louisiana will deliver an address on The Negro in Politics There is no a more popular or attractive orator in the country than Gov Pinchback and hiB manly santiments incisive Efcyle and clean cut logic never fail to stir an audience to a high pi chof enthueicam He is a matter of political Bcienee and tomorrows addresB Bhould be ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

J Wf a A A A A Aj5 l1f WW WT Ti v fofiffl Rtl With f 75 t iljllijr7r 3 L l fry i i jtji Respectfully eubmitted Bruoe Gbit Copyhiomt ism By pan amcaican ExpositionCo IV here is Prof Jacques A 8uboribdr to The Colored Amerl can in Bt Louis writes us wishing to know tiro whereabouts of one Prof W 0 0 Jacques president oi the Co lnwbia Negro Art School Any reader who happn3 to know of his present lo5 cation -will confer a favor by sending that iufurmatson to this office The special one dollar rate for a sub sciiptiou 10 The Colored Americantwil last f r only fifteen days After that date tae ongiLal price of 200 per year will be restored Send in your money now -- w The Machinery and Transportation Building which will held in Buffalo New York in tbe summer of 1901 ATTENTION AGENTS This being the first of the month it h the desiro of the publisher that every agent make a settlement in full for papers already received The next is sue ot The Cole red American will be deToted largely to the p...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

IfSgSSggBgg fa rfg J J Ilj P STILL SOUNDING PRAISES r Ifltf The 1 I m k 1 m i Oniiest and Greatest Race Newspaper The Colored American one of the leading race journals of the countiy If not in fact the leading one ha3 re catlydonned a new dreBs and is more readable than ever The editorial an nouncement in part is us follows Without parade braes bands blowing trumpets or fuss and feathers The Colored American today makes its bow to Its 100000 readers in a new dress Always alive to modern ideas in muke up and alert to adopt that which is bat and convenient in literary quality ana rorm wo nave cnanged as many of the metropolitan journals have done to b style that is at once compact and arttatlo The day of the blanket sheet aswspaper is past and this handsome IS page system is our response to the earnest demand of the public that its Btcatal food be served after the meat readable and pleasing deeign We think y trill like tho change The Louisi To Colored American is the leading colored p...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

cST Trie C cep gre biQiug tider and ST rrfpttBtar Tp4a rrvttsls v FROM CLARKSBURG iored Americans Cordial Drama Creditably Produced Guss Good Work -Race Pro- n West Virginia i i Uiirn LWaijuuig Weat Va SpeclalTlie Americau made its initial appearance berc Mouday and was pronounueu ever read The the btr Negro journal lyct biu neld its first public meet ing on Monday January 15th A iarDge anJ appreciative audience was pre mit and attested tbeir interest and approval by joining the lyceum in large numoerB and by enthusiastic applause jae officers -elect were inetalled and iach one made a short speech ot ao cepinace The program consisted of et lectiJL by the Mandolin and Guitar Club au instrumental eoIc by MiaS Lane Kobinson and a short but elo quent addreea on Unity by Prof Sherman H Guss On Monday evening last Kev iMonia read excellent paper on Slavery A very lively discussion followed which was partici patud iu by Btv Howard Dr fiender sod Prot Gus3 Messrs Saunders Wellmauaud Henry T...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

BOSSSSSSSSS iSii3fSiKSgsd p ao5aBB 1 - - - r i - - i - i ite s frjfl T Jr - 50c and 75c Neckwear 35c A TFADE MAK er in Overcoats lot 9995 fine Oxford Mixed Vicuna Over coats elegantly finish and lined silk velvet collar only 20 of them but in all sizes a 15 value for 1090 Emery 125 Fancy Shirts 85c D J Kaufman 1007 Pa ave Sity Paragraphs Mrs Lizzie Sullivan of the Record era office has been quite ill Miss Evelyn Oarey of Massachusetts avenue leaves for the West next month Mr Albert Adams a leading funer al dlreotor of Annapolis Md was in the city last week Hoffmans orchestra of eight pieces has a specially arranged program of dances for the Anaphlons affair Take your best girl to Grand Army hall next Friday evening to hear the Amphions present their line program Ihred cent carfare for Washington is a pipe dream Quick cars arid first claw service at five cents is gocd enough for us Tickets are on sale at the door only on the evening of the entertainment by the Amphions February 9 s t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

1 - II - - m -- - - - - VOL 7 NO 46 WA SHINGTON D C SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1900 ABishoBXPimner J3I6HOPS OF THE GREAT AFBICAU METHODIST EPISCOPAL OHUECH PRICE FIVE CENTS f WJ L I J - SisHof A tvt 41 r Sj f eit J iKl rlr Ai - r i t r i i1 tV fljj tiflllu 7 II fKT TJ4 v ff 1ST 8i U i gj M Hu jf 11U J kl i JVSfH T

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

I JUIffWlUI piffjl u a 2 vg5 J I IS IJ ill i Is JL - 5 ITM JUL 1 Ji2trf3 f 2 MTrrwnrfjrjar anr n3JiVr 3i B3aaiiEiSxiiisems47S s -I m IP r iff U JK 1 I 5forfgagasggs KALEIDOSCOPIC CHICAGO The Visit of Mr Gilchrist Stew artSpecial Agent Calloway Calls a Representative Meet ingPolitical Pot Pourri Chicago 111 Special Mr Gilchrist Stewart eon of T Mc Oants Stewart of New York is at the Palmer House He will address the Mena Sunday Ferum tomorrow Mr Stewart is the young man who gradu ated fiom Tuskegee and went to Wis consin where he managed the large dairy concern of Governor Hoard of that state A year or so ago Mr Stew art removed to Academy 8 D where he has established himself in the dairy PEOF T J CAJLLOWAT business Mr Stewart according to an article in the Daily News of thiB city is a candidate for the State Legis lature of South Dakota and stands a good chance of winning the coveted toga Thomas J Calloway Special Agent for the Negro exhibit at the Paris Ex position was m town for ab...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

L KOP US A POSTAL CARD f You are going out of town You have a guest visiting you Your pastor is given a reception You are managing a concert You or your friends are ill An heir is born into your house hold A meeting for a specific purpose is called Your pastor preaches an exception ally good sermon You buy a piece of property You are appointed to an office You know anything of general interest- drop us a card briefly stating the facts Sity Paragraphs Booker T Washington is expected at Bethel in March oi April Mrs Charles C Cook and children have been spending some time in Phila delphia W Calvin Chase is wise in insisting than the debaters slick to the subject under discussion Kev IToliver conducted quite asuc cesslul revival at the Shiloh Baptist church this week Tne Misses floss of Veiiront avenue entertained a few friends at cards last Thursday evening Messrs J W Patteison and Rev P Hampton White were in Baltimore a few days last week A great meeting is now in progress at Paik Tem...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

f K Mt THE BISHOPS IN SESSION Eminent Prelates of the Races Greatest Ec clesiastical Organization Assemble to Dis cuss Ways and Means for tbe Extension of Cnurch Work The oitizens of Washington enjoyed a rare treat last week and the early part of the present week We had with us the Bishops and Executive Of ficers of the great African Methodist Episcopal Church the strongest race organization in the world The meet ing is what is known as the Quadren nial Session of the Bishops Council This session is attended by all of the Bishops and by the different officers and heads of all of the different depart ments of the work of this great Church The meetings are held once in four years usually a few months before the meeting of the Quadrennial Conference which will be held this year in Colum bus Ohio In politics this meeting would be known as a caucus for here the Bishops and the leading officers of the Church meet to discuss all plans ways and means and outline a pro gram for the work to b...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

Jl ffl i large amount of money collected year ly in the various A M E churches an l detailed the manner of expending the same Prof J X- Hawkins the energetic acretsryofthe committee on educa tion was next introduced and made an addres on the statu3 of the Negro in educational work Within thirty four years he said the Negro race ha5 wiped out 42 per cent of its illitera cy A million and a half school chil dren are enrolled 40000 of whom are in nighei institutions of learning The A H E church educational depart meat has twenty schools employing 18u teachers lor o8S5 scholars The property is vaued C 576000 Trie Negro is no new factor in life in mankind nut he Niio new subject is a force in the world and one of the factors which has helped to build up tnis nation He is interested in every for development industry and every enterprise velopment There has been no Btrife no clash of arm but only harmony vu h the best eleme its of the other g JyWW tf efpl mz Financial Department of the A AI...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

M B a fit f II I u HSJ y rn ini al 6 1 1 du im Hi U - 6 - - BIG TIMES IN ALBANY Rev Gibbons a Successful and Tireless Worker An Interest ing Drama Israel Church Free of DebtGreat Newspaper Honored Albany N Y Special Rev Charles l Gibbons pastor of tne Israel A M E Church Hamilton St tins city has succeeded in liquidate ing the debt left upon the church byhia predecessor the Rev D P Brown and the church is now in a flourishing con dition Rev Gibbons is a thoroughgo ing conscientious andhnneBtman and has applied himself zealously to the work of discha ging the great multitude of small bills against the church which have been presented by its numerous creditors to the trustee board and pastor with annoying frequency and persis tency Mr Gibbons has been greatly assisted in the work of lifting the church debt by a kiDd hearted and Christian gentleman Mr George H Knowlton a retired Albany merchant who was greatly interested in the pros perity temporal and spiritual of this church Through ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

THE FERGUSON CASE Evidence Heard by the Grand Jury An Indictment against Burke and Chase Probable Grand Opera House Deplor able Condition The grand jury last veek was kept busy hearing testimony in the action of the United States vs Burke and Cbaeethe civil rights test case in which Mr W T Ferguson is the chief prose cuting witness The case as all will remember grew out of the discrimina tion practiced against colored people by the management of the Grand Opera House during the recent Williams and Walker engagement Mr Fergudon and two ladles were ejected from the uremise on account of their color and many well known citizens were either flatly refused admission to the orches tra or were robbed of their rightful coupons by a film flam process and forced into the balcony The testimony before the grand jury it is said was direct and conclusive and there seems little room for doubt that an indictment against Burke and Chase will be made out From the evidence open to the public at large ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

y n i i i t S 3fUe Colored mericaii Pabllebed by tu k Colored American Pu b lBhlng Company A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER Pnb lHhed every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Six months Three months aAj 200 - 110 60 INVABIAJBIiY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may De sent by postofflce money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not necessarily lor publication but as a guar antee of good faith We solicit news contributions opinions and in fact all matters affecting the race W e will not pay for matter however unless it is ordered by us All matter intended for publication must reach this office by Wednes day of each week to insure insertion in the current issue fc4Agents are wanted everywnere Send or netructlons For Stile by all Sfews Denlers ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 82 per square incn per Inser tion Discounts made on large contrac...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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