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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

I 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D 0 H 3 ii i THE GAY GAY GAyrORLD WORLD WORLDThe WORLDt rc t J E t V I f pn The Color OolorLine Line in Boston BostonA A PopularSchool 1 v School Miss Discriminated Against AgainstThe gainst gainstThe The True Reformers Entertain Entarta EntertainBruc EntertainBrucX nBruce nBruceGrits X Grits GritsThings Interesting Interestingr talk About Abo t Men and andThings andThings an d Things ThingsAlbany ThingsAlbsuy Thingst t Albany Alban New Ne York Special SpecialThe SpecialTheQOsy S eciai Th ThP e cosy flo resid residence residAn P n of Mr and Mrs s A L LGieon LGreoD T Td d J x y yE Gieon etaant 370 Central avenue was the thescene thesoene th e E scene of a br U nsnt + ant gathering g of some someof someof someof of the best peoils peo eot le in in Albany Alban on Mon Monday Monday 3 f day evening March aIob 11th the occasion occasionbeing occasionbetng occasiois n is being the tenth anniversary of the nisi inairiage mSIi ti i riage triage of Mr and ...

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. — 30 March 1901

I I I p > 6 4 i THE COLORED AMERICAN A ERICAIV WASHINGTON D Da 3 R J 3 3f f f I I II GREAT COUNCIL MEETING MEETINGjdrs MEETINGI MEETINGMrs MEETINGMrs I Mrs Mossell Sounds the SloganOurThinkers Slogan SloganOur SloganOurThinkers Our OurThinkers Thinkers at Wok Wo WokR kR B sing Young YJUl Ar ArtistsNotes Ar Artisis ArtislsNotes tislsNotes tistsNotesh11adE1Phia tisis tislsNotesbiladIphia Notes NotesPhiladelphia Philadelphia P Pn Pa Specit1 1Wash Wash Washicgton 1 1sb 1sbIDgton icgton lg n ton bad the honor hC l r of being beangthe the place placeof placeof of meeting meetinge of the Executive CommK CommKtee tee t ee of the th e Nat N at Afre AtrlAmerican American Council Counciland Connciland and tand the Pniladelphia members of the theciinmittee theCl thectinmittee ciinmittee Cl mmittee lame t aIDe home thoroughly CL CLthus eLtbus OLtriusad thus triusad d and full of good works but weonl we weonly weonly only onl Y regret rag ragOmmlttf ret that every member of the thecommittee th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

GTOS N P C 1 fF1UCAN WASHDT WASHINGTON AMERICAN A t J t 4 4 THE COLORED 7RALE RAnE MARl MARliSTERED MARK MARKisT < iSTERED isT Rsg i t892 t892LSPATENY 9 9USPATENTOFFICE USPATENT USPATENTOFFICE USPATENTOFFICEWASHINGTOHDC OFFICE OFFICEWASH OFFICEWASHINGTON WASH WASHINGTOHDC WASHINGTON mGTON DC SEFOREUSIN0 FOREUSmG AF AFTER RU5ING RU5INGi1 USING4 i1 i 4i HARTO HARTONA NA HARTONA HARTONA HARTONATHE i THE GRANDEST OF ALL ALLPreparations ALLPreparations Preparations for the Hair HairThe I IThe The Original and Only O ly Hartona HartonaMatchless HartongMatchless Matchless and Positively Unequaled for Straight Straight4ening Straightcuing cuing all Kinky Knott knotty Stubborn StubbornHarsh StubbornHarsh Harsh Curly Haire Hair r e J Hartona will make the hair grow long and nd soft straight and be beautiful utiful Makes the hair grow on bald and t thin places Restores GRAY GRAYHA GRAYr r HAIR HA TR to its original color Hartona cures Dandruff Baldness falling out of o the hair itching and ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

c = a = it THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D O Ut UtT Uti T i I I 4 The Progress of Civilization Civilizationc c i > 4 I SLA SLAVERY VERY IN 1864 J J JSLA I SLAVERY IN 1901 tt1 I PEN Pt PENWin AND A ND PENCIL oFNl TI CLUB ENTERTAINED ENTERTAINEDHn ENTERT AI ED EDHn Hn George H White Breaks Bread With Withims Withi Withnts Popular Organization as Mine MineHost MineH1iSt MineHJst ims i nts nis Host and is ic Breveted Leader of the theN thegro thegro N gro P Ptople PtopleThrough Pfople7J Pfople7JT toPIe toPIeT r Through T rough some oversight of the com comm comm coinm m tee ill charge of the testimonial to toC toC toC C gressman George H White at the theM thei theM M i roP ropnlitan + litan A A M E church no nore nore D Dr Pen andP and andP andP re r ffisei cseftatlve uve of the famous P cil Club appeared on the program programA A aougn Mr White had nothing to dow do dow doW w i the arrangement of the reception receptionwoa woa w on the matter was called to his at att att att t ion...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

r + tfttttSl if ° t A A VESTED CHOIR CHOIRRev CHOIRI CHOIRi i ij r Rev J M Towns T vns = nd Takes Advaac d dGrounds dGrounds G I Grounds i in n the h6 Episc pil Service StrviceIn1 StrviceIn1f Im Improvements ¬ f provements p rovemenu in III the Worshp of the New NewGentury Ntnyr her herntur r L r Gentury G Ce e D ntur t u ry 3 r 1 L R i v w wColumbus lIi Columbus Dtspatcl1Those Dispatch DispatchThose J r Those who are so fortunate as to at attend attend ¬ tend services at 8t Pauls A M E JEchurch Echurch Echurch church see that a change ch = D e has been beenworked b3eDwork beenwork worked work d in the old forms f rms of worship worshipAccording worshipAcoording worshipAccording According to a recent ree t suggestion of ofsome ofi o oF f i F some of the bishops of the church thet the thein tbem t m ire re advanced bf the pastors p stors have ir irfer fer f I 1 t ti TOW N5E lv F L Lk iiD iiDln r k s fused ln ed Into their services s rvic in n eeiacmt t of ofrltusl ofrltus1 f fpr pr r...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

TiN 2 l k i iTHE ii i it t THE Ta n COLORED AMERICA l W WASHINGTON Da D 0 lA 7 1 1 THE KEYSTONE STA fEThe fE fEThe Times on Marylands Mary and8 Elec ElectWO Elect Plttsruyg pl t t chu rg The mendmentsGreatest dmentsGreatest Dangeiion Danger Dangeris tWO t ion Amen Amens A Gorman Don11nation Don11nationNegro nce ot t Clntinu ntnaa 1 is s r Negro a ro Rule le a Bugabooa Bugaboo Bugaboo1iomf 1iomf HomfOW tesd te l PA P Bpec1al We do DO DOknow whether it it will actually n tuany come to tol tosn sn know OW but recent events seem to p1Iut piiatio piiationt 10 1011l0v l mEnt nt for the gradual disfranmuveme disrrau disrraucbis muveme 11l0v a of the Afro gmer mercn can in in the theutbern theent cbis IC1 ment ent utbern utb IC1ern ern Bfatea upward The dsrau dsranutb dsrauctJ reached Marycb Mary Mary3d lug iE fEver er baa now ctJ r via 3d 81H1 we in in the commonwealth of ofr It anis who eDjo enjoy T the blessings blessinRBof r Pri nS look with withtUDaznt withr tnu1eled meled suffrage of ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

= DFk 8 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D G i k PJ 11e e Colored lred 7Illlerican 7IlllericanPubl1shed Inierieaii ki g i fi Pub Publ1shed lsheti bV tax OdL oL RED D A VYKTJA5 CAN Pub Publishing Pubf Pubr ¬ f r lishing Company CompanyJL Cempanyt L t JL SATIOSAL I01UL NEGRO NEWSPAPER KEWSPAPEBFabtiahed NEWSP NEWSPAPERt PER PERPubt1 t I Fabtiahed Pubt1 hed every Saturday at 459 O St N 1 1Washington W Wt WWaahDgtGn WWashington t Washington D C CSUB8OBIPTION cBUB80RfPIION SUBSCRIPTION SUB8OBIPTIONOne RATES RATESODe PAT E 3 l One year yearSix 200 200Six oo ooSix Six months monthsThree 110Three 110 110Three Three months 60 60INYABIABLY 60INV 3 INYABIABLY INV A RT A RY F IK ADVANCE ADVANCESulsscriptlons ADV ADvdhIoEQ ANGE ANGEI ANGEBub I Sulsscriptlons Bub 8ubscripb crtpt10ns ons maymoney may DS sent by by postoffice postofficemoney poS1 t Jce JcemODey money money order express eq > rexpress ress or orb by registered regIst re redletter redletterAll red letter letterAll letterAU All comm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

TETi SHE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D t 3 HON E E SMITH SMITHDiligent SMITHDiligen SMITHen Diligent Diligen piilg piilgImpressive en t S Sudent udent t Efficient Instructor InstructorImpressive InstructorImpressive Impressive Speaker SpeakerSoldier Soldier Diplomat DiplomatXne DIplomatTfe DiplomataesabJject Xne T TIT aesabJject subject of tb tbs s eketch was born bornn 11 t n Duplin Du P 1in coaiiby N 0 May 23 23J 1852 1852lie 1852He 18 2 lie took t t1 > books earYe early s in life li e and was wasregarded wasregsrdetl apt pupil being le able to toread tor regarded rg rgril e Aided a a3 9 an ng read r p lld a aII aod rid write at the age of eight years yearsHe YEarsH He H became teacber in tbe th public publicschools pulicschools publicill schools echoolad ill 1870 and son S Jon was convinc convinced con VIl1C VIl1Ced ¬ ed e d that thorough p preparation apBra ton was an in indspeiisabla ind dspeiisabla d is pell a bl 3 requisite rcq luslt a to insure insure success successas su...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

SD HE COIXEED AMERICAN WASHINGTON B > PKOF PRU F LmaRsive L L1L M HERSHAW HERSHAWmassive HERSlIAj j massive corporations and their fedeb fede federation 1edfration ¬ b F ration into trusts the combination of ofrailroad ofrailroad ofrailroad railroad interests the reforms in in industrial industrlsl indu3triel ¬ = + dustrial conditions and also the health healthful healtblul healththe ¬ ful trend toward towardal the universality of ofconstitutional ofconstitutional o f constitutional constitutionalm constitutionalgiving al government Absolutism Absolutismwas AbsolutismWlS m wasbecause was giving to liberality liberal ity and democracy democracybecause democracybecause because of the spread of general intelliF intelli intelligence intelliJtence ¬ F es gence BDCe of 0 0the f the masses msss s It was only in inthe inthe i n t f the loftier arts that no progress had hadbeen hadI I been made by the th e I9uh 19 h Century Centuryde Centurydevelonment Centurydet de develooment t r veloom...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

T THE COLORED AMERICAN DdERI AN W ASffiNGTON s FNQTON I D C 1 i I LAYS PL bYg THEY WOULD WOU LD LIKE TO SEEi SEE SEEL SEEbYg L 1 Dramatic Produ Productions tlons ofI of i c e P Ptpular Pular p ular I That a Numbar of WellKnown WellKnownj i t the h bfl Day j people Might Find Applicable to t Their TheirTasic Theirt TheirTaste Environment Environmentiwm Envtronmen t tI t Taste Tas e or I iwm T Tj 111R the Wind Dorsey Dorsey Foulz FoulzIhe FoulzI Foul z I j Ihe he i Great RuoyProtBuby RnoyProt Ruby B 8ue1 8ue1n 8ue1ASoiai 8peli Suellanat IndlRDRt lanat 01 s sI I i tnn ASoiai n HiguwaymenAFreeFeed HiguwaymenAFreeFeederftr IIguw IIiguwymen ym9nAFreeFeed ym9nAFreeFeedI AFreeFeed AFreeFeedS I erftr A at r a Subscription S bs riptlon Briquet BriquetYDen B nquet nquetrnen er YDen o en Kntehtnoou Knl > xhthoou Was m in Flow F ower owerDr er ernr Frank FrankJWebb J Webb WebbLost Vebblost Dr I Lost ost Rover R RtverJ er J M l N Ifcon 1 tJn Turnerost Turner Turnerraildren TnrnfrCJildren raild...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

i f fTHE r 13 1 THE COLOBSB OOLOR ID iT AMERICAN A I BICA N WASHINGTON W WASHYPt SHINGTON TON IX D 0 1 I = THE MASONIC COLUMN A WINNER WINNERSince WINNERSince 1 Since the initial Masonic news lef lefters lefters le leters appearl appeared d some weeks sgo g J letteis letteisiiave letteIshave lettersc ters have u puaced unrad into this c ffi ffithe inctj c cd dc compli complimenting complImentirg ¬ the feature and the new newq mat matter matter matmenti ¬ menti menting > Jg Jgu Jgter coata ned in the column Repre Bepresentative Representative Representative ter sentative Masons in the District and andout andout andout this thisfeature thisfeature thisfeature commending well are out of it as feature of the paper A few letters are areherewith arelth areh lth submitted to show the tone toneand toneand herewith h hrw hrwand r wlth and the general enerdl character of the many manyreceived manyr received r celvE ceivtd d at tbis office officeWashington efliceVasington Washington D C Mar...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

u = t t7S 7S 7St t 3Pi AMERICAN WASHINGTON T T3Pi I D a 14 THE COLORED 9 I t3 i Cures CuresWeak r 5 ii p I Weak WeakMon WeakMont Men MenFree t t r I Free FreeInsures Insures Loveana a happy Home HomeFor Homet HomeFor For All AllHow 1 t t tr r How any maD may quickly cure himselfafter himself himselfafter after years ot sufitrlngfrom se > unl weakDESE weakDesht weakDESElost t lost vitality night JOs losses es varIcocele etc eteDd etci i and Dd enlarge small weak OJ organs gaDs to full size t4 L L W KNAFPiMD KNAFPiMDard hNAPPi M D DBJI 4 1 < ° and BJI d vigor Sinrpy Situp 1Y send endy yotjr S Sens our r lime jme me aDd sd sddJCBS 9dd a cl Y dJCBS d dl ess to Dr L W Knapp KDal r 1811 Hull Blcg BlcgLetioit Bl g gLehoit 44 Letioit lilch ard he will gldJy herd erd er d ite iteJjeeieceipt iL iLp p Jjeeieceipt 11 ee lecejpt with full iu direction djr ctioD eo t o Uat say sayman BDYmaD anyz z man may roa easily cuiehJirEell cure curehin b1nsfl1 if athciLe at rILe 1 erne This 7hHIs 1hhI...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

iii T1iT T1iTq q i ti tiTHE THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D a Q 15 f I HOWARD UNIVERSITYWashington UNIVERSHTY1 UNIVERSHTY1Washington UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYVashlngton Washington D C CMusical cTEN Cdistinct dls distinct nct departments under one hundred hundredcompetent hundredcompetent TEN competent professors and instructorsThea instructorsThealogical instructorsTheocal PedagogicalPreparatory Pedagogical pedagogicaPreparatory logical cal Medical Legal College and andMusical Preparatory E English lg1ish Agriculture Industrial an anMusical Musical Feninformation address addressRev t tRev I IRev Rev 3 T E RANKIN RA1c IN D B1414 D I LL D PresidentGO President PresidentGBO PresidentGBO GBO H SAFPORD Secretary SecretaryJvery SecretarylIvery Secretaryvery lIvery very College < trades tradesALLEGHENY radef radethoo1 S Sgcbool gcbool gcboolALLEGHENY thoo1 thoo1A ALLEGHENY PA PAA A A Practical Literary and IndnswialTrade IndnswialTradeInterior Industrial Trade Tradecboo11or Tradeschool sc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 March 1901

ti < 16 COLOR O AifFRrOAN WftSBINGTON 3 D a af aov n f ov ovs ovi rt rtBE s > i < BE B N T DBeEIVB I w I 3 4 4To To THE COLORED COLOR ED PHO PEOPLE PLE OF A AlYIER1CA M ER ERy J t i y i 4 f 11 H llr Ponios Tr TrIno anI OS s i I Z1 a a lUng K Ino o a l r n nI nJ I 11 J S R Ri j N p I 6 OLON L Ne c j 1 1yy i yy e t 1 E If Iftt tt 4 I LfJC LfJ C 3e3 3e3hi < hi 0 0I I < E rv rvf f 4 < is Becognixing Rerogni niun ng ibe t e fact tart thus tha th there are many SO CALLED hairgrowers hairgrowershairstraighteners am1e awl t e 1t hairstraighteners h irstuigh r > a ht eners ners now oa the market and snflanc s knowing owing n Q to a certainty eer ceratn lty that t x xP mEny mEnyII man mant < = II O of th t ei are frauds pnre ttrE = aIIt snd Slmpl thm1 we WISh t mke t 1a a 8 sttaiishtforwsrd sttaiishtforwsrdIA Stca1gbiforward Stca1gbiforwardIi = IA Ii honest t sia fitt ement m nt ta the colored lored race through this s gres great paper paper T Taa In Ini i < jK P aa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 April 1901

oa 1 1t T i t I P i i > li A a t tif 9 a i ULl ULlssaa if ssaa ao 30 Sat igij d l t g 4 4ASHINGTON 2 2A i i t 1 1i 1t tONAt X A GFO 3PAPL t ii iiJ iiif J if < i t ti i fi fiI fiVOL I VOL 9 NO 51 1 WASHINGTON 4 ASHINGT ON D C SATURDAY APRIL 6 61901 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS CEI TL C THE NEW SOUTH AGAIN AGAINThe AGAINbOversee The Men MenWho MenWhotr1 Who W ho Oversee and Con Coniril Control iril the Architectural and andMechanical andMechanical andal Mechanical Mechanic Mechanickgee al rivision r ivision of Tus Tuskegee PJuskegee kegee e Institute InsituteThe The Work of ofMessrs ofMessrs Messrs iaylor Rayfield R and andPitman andP andpitman Pitman PitmanTuskegoe P tman tmanTuskegoe Tuskegoe Teske oe Ala A Aindustries Special The twcn twcnci tW n ci ht Industries now provided for 1 0 0tbe the students s who at attend attend ¬ tend tendlie the famous Tus Tuskegee Tuskegee kegee lie ee Institute are in industries Induettie inusttieb ¬ d dustries largely b bsouth of the thefioutli theS...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 April 1901

I 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D G 0 I I t t cccccccc ccc r cc c c c cccc c cII II I I Things Literary and MusIcal 11 t f r t i 1 f Chicago Chfc o OJ Ill Special Spec1slThinRs Things social socialare socialare socialt t are at a standstill in Cnicago Cnlc Cni cago go If itwere it itwere itf f were not for the t e very ver comical contro controversy contrcts ¬ 1 ts versy now going olng on in In the cc C lames of ofa ofa ofF ofa i F a local paper betwetn betwet n Theodore Wess W WJones V Vf f Jones JonesJ one o n of our prominent business businessmen bnsm bnsmI ess I i 1 men and Noah D Thompson than thanwbom thanwhom thanI I r whom no one wears a full dress with withmore withmore l more bewitching grace anent the rc recent rcJ rccent ¬ J cent Charity Charity Ball sairs sflairs social would wouldbe wouldJ wouldbe s J be deader than the proverbial dnnr s a MISS MARIE MADISON MADISONnail MADISONDaIl 4 < nail we sometimes think and speak speakabout sreakt sfeakabout t about Mr Jon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 April 1901

j i iSHE THE COLORED AMERICAN W WASHINGTON D a 3 Whither are We IV e Drifting DriftingUnc1e Uncle Sam Sams SamTYtJYB5 I lilt 1 t jII J4 liLlII I ti i r J I l I f ti k 15 Y I J J I L J I I lrJIJj 1 II IIlilt I r l f P I JdJ 1ft I J J t II r rC k I C C1i43TJYYf 6oC TYtJYB5 o s F THE 5C9 i 0 U8IiI M 8 T B 9 STAT H7 S TAT TATARTICLE I 11 t M rA R N B r NljM D R 6 Nr I ARTICLE ARTICLEm E3T THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT AMENDMENT1870 1870 Article Artic e XVs XVsSEC XVSEC XVCSEC r SEC 1 1 The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United UnitedStates UnitedState3 UnitedBtatea States or by any State on on account of race color or any previous condition of servitude servitudeSEC servitudeSEC servitudeSic SEC 2 Congress shall have power fo o enforce this Article by appropriate legislation ON THE CAMPUS CAMPUSHoward CAMPUSH Howard H Hu wua Universi Univ rsi y Athletes Getting in inGood inGood inGood Good Trim for the Season SeasonPersonal SeasonPersonal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 April 1901

WASHINGTON D 0 Q THE COLORED AMERICAN W f r rJ > J g J iJ i u NEGROProf NEGRO NEGROProf 7 i E THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1 11 t < Prof Owen McNeill Custodian of Presses Pressesin PressesTi Pressesj PressesIr Ti Ir s r B j i j 1n in B the Bureau of Engraving Engravi g and Prm Prming Prmlng Prlnin HlstolII Histoiical Histoii Histoiical in ing g Before the Congressional cal Debaun Debating ASSOCta Association AssociationLadies oD oDAl I l Al f 1 1 1 Ladies and Gentlemen of The Conesslonal Con Congressional Contf ¬ tf gressional esslonal Historical Debating Assot Asso Association ¬ r t elation ciationWe ciatloni i J 3 We do not know when man first firstcame firstcame firsti 1 1s i s came into possession of the earth His Hisantiquity Hisantiquity Hisantiquity antiquity like the age of the planet planethe planety y f t he inhabits is shrouded in doubt and andobscurity ands andr r 1 i obscurity Form color and physiog physiognomy physiogL ¬ s 1 intothree into intothree intot 1 j nomy nom y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 April 1901

tHE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D Ca 6 = = BROTHER JOHN JASPER DEAD DEADFamous DEADfamous DEADFamous Famous Authority on The Sun DoMove Do DoMove1 DoMove Move1 Move Passes Away in Richmond RichmondRichmond RichmondRichmond RichmondMarch30 Richmond Vaa VaM Va MarehSO The Rev RevJohn RevJ Jasper pastor Pastorufthe of oftbe the dixth Mount MountZIOQ ItIountZtO John J 1hn hn ZIOQ ZtO Baptist Bar p ptist church colored whose whoaaram Wh038ftiffi ram rzmui nli s sermon pertnon on the movement of ofniaaecs orpLaaec heard by thous thousands th0t18anrJS ¬ niaaecs has h ag bean many pLaaec P ands a nos of persons p ersous died at his 11 Is home here herethis herethis His last words were wereI this t is morn mornI morning ing I have ft fliished dished ished my m V work I am now nowlooking nowlonkin nowto looking to nlnl across aarO a aorders ero3g B the river waiting for forfar forfar far tierfle tier orders ordersUe ordersDe Ue would have been ninety years yearsold yearsold yearsp old on th...

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