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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

R r i 12 12i THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON B G 9 z t MAJOR WRIGHTS T S PLEA PLEAHa PLEAHe < He Requests Federal Aid for the South Southern Southt Southern ¬ It t ern Negro NegroWashington Negror NegroWashin r f 1 1 4 r Washington Washin ton F D DO C April 10 Testi Testifying Testii T evil ¬ i < fying before the thelndn Indus Industrial trial Commission Commissiontoday Commissiontoday Commissiontoday today Ma Majl j > r R R Wright Wright8 a colored coloredman coloredman coloredman man and president of the Industrial IndustrialCollege IndustrIalCollege Iudu6triali i College located near Savannah Gaadvocated Ga Gaadvocated Osadvocated advocated national aid in the educa education educatlon educaLion ¬ Lion of the Negro He did not considerthe consider considerthe considerthe the Southern States financially financial 9 9give able to togive tove give ve the necessary assistance He a so sowould sowould soa sogricul a would have the Government agricul agricultural agrlcultural a ...

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. — 20 April 1901

I ITHE T THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON a D 0 LL t S luitilui + i t tret I regret rag raga ret to note the fact that there therehas therebas a has come a great deal of o f complaints complaintsfrom complaintsfrom complaintsfrom from the ladies of the Cbapters and andCourts andCourts andi andCourts i Courts as to the indifference stowii st OWlJ by bythe bythe b y ybrethren the thetheir brethren of the craft toward 10 ward ail ailtheir a11their their public entertainments and towardtheir toward towardtheir towardtheir their meetings Always conspicuous conspicuousby con coifspicuouseenee pieuous pieuousby by our ab abupon absence eenee This charge reflects reflectsupon rf r fleets fleetsupon upon us These Chapters and Courtsare Courts Courtsare Coortsare are made up of cur wives and daugh daughters daughters angb angbters ¬ ters those who sie near and dear to toU9 toUSI tous U9 USI and they should have from us thata that thatencouragement thatencouragement encouragement a nc ncusll9 O...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

AMESICAN WASHINGTON D G GOF Ca 16 THE COLORED 2IIIt 2IIItIi 0 a a at a8fi 1iI a a a 8fi 5D GJI iIII JEII fS1I ra SS t a t < i Ii Iii T 0 DEeRIvED DEeRIvEDi Be B IVBO o t tI tt tf i 44H i t H 4FB1 1 B B N NOT t q r f i I lt tTo To THE COLORED PEOPLE OF AMERICAIt AMERICAFlair AMERICA AMERICAIrUns t tl It i IrUns K Ing of a all a 11 Hair H aIr 9 Tonios T OfilCS lt t 1 a l t 6 OZON Z N D II IISoUl V IIV SoUl SoUltt m s tt ttt < b C t F I Recognizing the fact that there are many SOCALLED hairgrowers and andhairstraighteners andi andr r i hairstraighteners now on the market and knowing know ng to a certainty that many manyi manyof of these are frauds pure and sim simple pe we wish v ish to + o make a a straightforward straightforwardi straightforward straightforwardr r y i i honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In Inthe Injl Inthe the year 1871 our late secretary Mrs S M Moore through a fortunate fortunatemet fortunatecircumstance jl 1 circumstance acquired ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

t 1 1THE THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON IX D O l 16 HOWARD UNIVERSITY1 UNIVERSITY1Washington U N IVERSrTV IVERSrTVWashington tvE RsrrY RsrrYWashington Washington D C CfpEN CfEN CN fpEN fEN N distinct departments under one hundred hun huncompetent hundredcompetent I competent professors and instructors instructorsTheo instructorsTheolOgical instructorsTheoo Theo Theological logical Medical Legal College Pedag Pedagogical PedagogicalPreparatory pedafogicaPreparatory o cal Preparatory Preparatory English Agriculture Industrial Industnalana IndustnalanaMusical and andMusical an anMusical Musical For Forinformation information address addressRev addressRev addressRev Rev J E RANKIN D D U LL D > Presides PresidesGEO Presi PresidentGEO eDt eDtGEO GEO H SAFFORD Secretary SecretaryALLEGHENY Secretary7Ivery Secretaryvery 7Ivery very olege rade rade3cbool radecbooI 3cbool 3cboolALLEGHENY cbooI ALLEGHENYA ALLEGHENY PA PAA P A AA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade TradeSchool TradeSch...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 April 1901

a 16 THE COLOUO AMERICANS WASRINGfON nfl f < i N ELSON 11 ICiJ uJ 11 tHE HE HEihTFnaSt i r ihTFnaSt lATBT DISCOVERY DISCOVERYt bVtn t + t sri t I fOR MAKING rI KINKY CURLY HAIR 1 STRA tt 4 4t t > K It10 OI IGIft j c II j1 l f 0 l At < < Chartered September 28 18 898 Q8 Capital aJ 5OOOOO 5OOOOOC OO C J JOFF1CE Oi Oiii OFF1CE ii 1 + CE OF OFNELSON NELSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY COMPANYJ COMPANY1 COMPANY1Street J 333 E F rankIin S Street StreetOFFICERS eet eetOFFICERS OFFICERS OFFICERSI J I H CHAPiELL PRES PRES1QPH OEH OEHc 1 1r 1 1W c ROFORD RD r PORJPORJ VIDEPc VIDEPcWMANOCRSOi WOEPRESt r SS9EliTS EHTj ii iiDIRECTORS IdANDCRSON W SE SECY < CY AN Attu l1REAa r x xHOIiJI DIRECTORS RS RICHMOND VA M nta iil r 310 3 0 jr iJ 1 I Jl AiA AiAH 9 U 0 Ie I 1w 1At w H HOIiJI HIJIPEu tL e N R RrofORO RrofOROw DPOR DPORw w w S AHOERSOH AnERSO1tW 0 f fw w G KA HARVEY Jilt JiltES JRMMES MMES ES S FRASa FR MCIS To the Editor ltor D Dear ear Sri Sriear Sir J r i ii i Amongyour 0 our thous...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

O0 C 7 S S 1 1S S I S F 2 Ilqi S S c S p S S 5 F 5 I a lu i D DI D1 t S r S Sr 1 r s CtpNAL G N 0 3PAPLF I IVOL I VOL 9 NO 4 WASHINGTON D 0 SATURDAY SA URDAY APRIL 27 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS THESenator THE OLD DOMINION DOMINIONSenator DOMINIONSfnator Senator Daniels Danil Is Manly anlyStandTheDuty anlyStandTheDutyof Stand The Duty Dutyof of AfrcAmer Afrc 9m er can Virginians VnginiansThe The Bc Bchnnan Bcbt Bcan hnnan bt man m mL an t Club lub ub News Notes NottsAlexandria Nott s Alexandria L 1 e x8ndriaJ Va V a Spechl 8pech 1 1The The Col Colored Colored Culored ¬ oredAmerican ored American comes to Alexandra a for forthe forthe forthe the purpose of supi BUPllyiDg lying a 1 necessity necessitycomplaint DeceseHycomplaint necessitycomplaint complaint d of for several 8evE 1 dgys yes everLeader ever eversince everBiDee since the thelead Leader failed in its efforts to lolead tolead lead us to the city of Magnificent ins instances DialiDcrs IYielances ¬ lances and that other paper faile...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

IX DC O WASHINGTON 1 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN a I 4 r t tI ti tiI I j The bassi Passing rig Throng ThrongTlie Th ThrongBYie ong ongt t t The House Behind the Cedars CedarsBY tr trI 5 5If p pu rn 1 BY BRUCE GRIT If J i I u r t l < Under the American sovereignty the theNegro tbeNegro thet t s Negro no matter what his complexionvulture complexion complexionculture complexionI I culture or wealth will always be a seeial soc social SQOls1 ¬ ial pariah and outcast The race pre prejudiee prejudi prel l + judiee judi e which the white man has ini in inherted inherti i heated herti d to a degree of intensity which whichfew whicbfew whiebfew few of them realize will have a profoundfluence profound profoundinfluence profoundi i i in influence fluence upon the problems now nowawaiting nowawaitiDJt nowi i awaiting awe itin g so soY solution 1ation in Cuba Porto RICO Bicothe 1 Y the Fhiilipines and the United States Statesa m I wax a task for which Americans have not notshown notshown notshown s...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

i THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W ASHING ON I D C a a diug Bttre tlre lut she passed so quickly quicklythat quicklthat quicklythat that be couJd oily ory get a glance at her1o103 her herfcroa berfOIm fcroa thIs fco however 6 er > was trough to tosatisfy tosatiefy tothat satisfy him himye that it Was WJ 8 she and when whengfce w ben benete gfce B ye turned the corner bisejesmet his e S Sand esmet hers hersand hersaDd and they t hey knew new each other J Kowena Kowenafell Howenafell owena owenafell fell to the side sides fclk b lk in a heap while whileGeorge whi1 whileQeorge e eGeor George Geor e poor fellow was so stupified stupifiedand stupifledand stupifiedand and amazed BO sBOckec at the discov discovery diBcovery discovcry ¬ ery that laber her gracious Majesty MsJestywas MsJestywaschildren was wasone wasone one of the theaaIl l children of the urnished kurniehed8uni 1 urnishedson 8uni son that his former gallantry chival chivalry chiveIY ¬ ry to say nothing of his hJsLerve L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

AMERICAN WASHINGTON P O 4 THE COLORED j w MR FREDERICK FREEMAN FREEMANA A Young Washingtonian Washin tonlan Who Has Won WonHis WonHis WonI I I His Way to the Front FrontRls His Success SuccessThe Successi SuccessThe i t The above cut represents the features featuresof featurest featuresof t of a 1 young 0un man who is doubtless known knownto knownl knownto l to most redd readers re dersof e rsof of The Colored Ameri American AmerIcan Amer ¬ 4 t can in this vicinity and as a descend descendant aeocendIbt EBcendant ¬ ° z Ibt ant of two of the cId and most respect reapecied re3peClad respectz 3 ed families of the District his success successwill successwill successwill will carry to many an element of eePecial eepe especial eepel ¬ l cial pride and gratification gratificationMr Mr Frederick Freeman at the earl earlF eaily eailyage eallysge F I age of thirtyfive tbirtyfi ve ha haq been chosen asheadwaiter aa aaheadwaiter 88headwaiter headwaiter of the Matheweon one oneof oneof oneI I of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

THE 9 H COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D A C THE TH E ntRUARRCT PARKHURST PARTY PARTYContinued Con Con115to Continued taliued from 1st page pageIOD House at Columbus Ohio OhioC 115to IOD > a Johnson will succeed succeedbuilding Eucaeedb Frank Fr Dk C t1 t b Jl Jltftle mainc main building on the thec theTie center or o r Tie of Morris Brown College is is inf in inc ue c pUB 1 erection When vV ben completed completedc com p1eted p1etedcl e a ac of f c will prEsent 8 ma maDlfiJent mag magl Br Brent BrJwn own 5icr 5icrDl fcrris rls c cl l Bishop Turnera Turner Turnerfild nce aDd earsli earsliresident ent a appean DlfiJent Dl ereBident resident 3M J 11 Henderson will be behWPY bea bee a fild hJudge e T M Malone and andTn andTp hWPY Marshall Dent keep the boys boysdJGn boysentertained 10088 ma s Tn well entertained with their theirbrl theirNn d dJGn Nn here brl ht artic rtlcls 1 s to thcsA the Age ge Both of f our I IL PROF W E B DuBOI DUB Tmsare rIme are ems The Judge would wouldl I 1 ie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

1 1I d THE COLORED 00 LORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON DO D Cf c < I DI + t THE REAL SOUTH SOUTHouth SOUTHouth SOUTHt t x youth > outh Carolinians LIve Mr r Washln Washington Washingtona ton tona toni i 1 a bampl of Their Hospitality Hospi = ality An Ad Admirable Adt ¬ t mirable Addre ddre s f for or the Benefit of ihe iheEducation he heb heEducation b j Education of the th white w bite Youths Y oUlh of the theSta theSta thei i Sta tae e No es esSpar es8psranhnrg est t Spar 8psranhnrg S ar aohBrg anhurg S O Special Rp K eclal cial D > esthe estheorld eS the thef theo f orld o rld move I the Negro making ID > jkiDJ kin hit hitway bl blt hipway t i way in the S pnh < uk u Ii He i Bo fcer T TWa l PWatt jf Wa Watt me In on the f > rtin rtm rat J t apostle of ofindustrial ofI f findustrial I industrial educatio 1 as well as eham1ion champ champJon ch9mjon Jon on of the rights of his rac ra J the tri tribnne trit triI I t t bane of his people visited thii thi famousold famous f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

r j iiii iiiiTHE THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D G 0 i VICEPRESIDENT CEPREBIDENT THEODORE THOODORE ROOSEVELT HON THEODORE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTThe ROOSEVELTThe The Logical Republican Candidate forthe for forthe forthe the Presidency in in 1904 1904His His Status Stat us asa as asa asl a l Statesman Soldier and LeaderSome Leader LeaderSome LeaderSome Some Western paper recently reoentlyasked reoentlyaskedI askedWhether asked 11 I Whether it is to be Teddy or Freddy Freddyin in 1904 The Freddy referred to isthe is isthe isthe the paper sollier sol her who lately distin distinguished distiDgoished distinguished ¬ guished himself by capturing the Phil Philippino PhilIppil10 PhiliAlino ippino leader l ader by an act of perfidy and andtreachery aDdtreachery andtreachery treachery which fortunately for the thehonor thehonor thehonor honor of the American soldier is not afrequent a afrequent frequent occurrence If Freddy Perwits per permits permits ¬ mits the Presidential bee to find lodgEm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

V THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D 0 k1 1 4 Ie 1ored 2 q1ircricai q1ircricaiEbliMed c cI t 7 EbliMed ed by rs t COIXJRED AMERICAN sioA1c Pub Publishing ¬ r t I lishing list Company CompanyA 1 r 1 i 1 i l A A WATIOHAL NATION NATIONy NEGEO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERvpsbjlfc lt VSPAPBR t r y s vpsbjlfc Pubj1lhed Pzaa d every Saturday B aturdesY at 45 459 C CSt St N W WWashington i I H j Washington WBShlng1 D D C CSUBSCRIPTION cf CBIJBBaRSP f i SUBSCRIPTION BIJBBaRSP TION RATES EATESOne 1 1 One year ear 200 200Six 20 20months l Six months 1i 110 1 Three months 60 60INVABIABIiY 60I 6 61F 1F I J INVABIABIiY IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADVANCEBnlicri 1 i Subscriptions Bnlicri lions may De sent oy o post4foT postoffice P08totnce1DOney > i T money order express or by regIstpred letter letteri letterications All communications commtU catloDs for publication should shoal L be accompanied with the name of the writerw writer S 7 w not necessarily for publication but as a guar I 5 > ante nte ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

i e i I c THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON B > 9 THE QUEEN CITY NOTES NOTESMr NOTESMr NOTESMr Mr William Hogan Fine Table Tab e Decora DecoratorWaiters Decorator Decoraor ¬ t torWaiters tor or Waiters Going to Buffalo BuffaloThe The TheQueen TheQueen Queen Citys Colored Sample Rooms RoomsCincinnati RoomsOinclnnati RoomsCincinnati Cincinnati Ohio Special Special1Ir Mr Wil William WIlliam wllam ¬ liam am Hogan head headwater waiter f > r Mr Lew LewMooie LawMODle LewMoote Mooie caterer is the finest fine t table tab e deco decorater decorater decorater rater in the Q Qleen seen City CifcyWhy CityWhy CityWhy Why cant a ohild play euchre Be Because Because Because ¬ cause he cant go it alone but if its itsmother itsmother itsmother mother takes t kes it up and turns it down downand downand downand and raises the right bower the child childtakes childtakes childtakes takes the trick every time 1 have been asked by several waiters waitersit it I thought Buffalo B ufIalo would not be a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

a w v t r rr rAN r MFIUCAN W AN A8RtNG N Y n Co h t t i DUNBAR AT TUSKEGEE TUSKEGEEt f 3 3I f t I t t a E Rev Whitaker Revisits evisits the Scenes of his hist 1 t j t I f ft F < Early Labors LaborsI t J > I 1 < i i Tuskegee asks ee Al D Dformerly Special Rev J W WC Wk k C Whitaker V Vk brisker formerly connected with withTngkegee k Tngkegee Tagke g gt ee in in th the e capacity of chaplain chaplainlii = t x but b ut now pastor of the Congre Congregational ational ationalchurch church c at SavJnnah SavRn SavRnF nah = Ga O a was with u us usi t F K lii F i d Tnesdqy TQo vsda and Wednesday of f this week weekMr weekSir Mr Vhltaker gave up hIS work hereF hereIn here herein F in In 8911 891 but ha bas keDt ke D DI t in c1 se touch touchwith I i r with the iDstitutio i and its work and andseemed n nBeemed < < seemed to find real pleasure in in revisit revlaitlog revisitz4 z4 log the scenes of hIS early labors Be Hel Bespoke l spoke quite happily to the students inthe In Ini...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

i ii iiSHE I THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D O Q 11 t IT ITk ITnn k nn 7 7Sister Slater l ter PriceUa Pric ll Irving declares that thatQueen thatQueen thaten Queen en Esther Chapter tiapter No 1 lIS is the ban banner bSDner ¬ ner A er Chapter Ch a P ter bavin ha vin gxfstedisow existed now nearly nearlythirty nearJythirty pearl Y Athirty thirty years and is the mother of all the theother thether theer Chapters Its officers do their theirwork theirork other 0th 0thwork ther er work ork without the use of books itslarger its itsmembership itsmembership membership m embrehl e p is is larger arger than any other otherChapter otherChapter Chapter mChapter Stronger financially and andwhile andhile andWhile while hile she assists and encourages every everyother everyther everyother Chapter she admits of no rival rivalWhy rivalWhy other ther er erWhy Why not let this matter he settledby settled settledby settledby by a contest on the exemplification of ofthe ofthe ofthe the work Wno is th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

WASHINGTON B < 0 X 3 Ii TBS COLORED AMERICAN AMERICAN t The Charlottesville Social Happenings HappeningsC I ICharlottesvilld H t Charlottesville C harlotte3vill aJ Va V Special B pecialThe pecialTheJ The Theevent Theevent J event of the season was a banquet by bythe byr b bi i r the V V V elub at Odd Fellows Hal Halon HallT T i 4 4c c ro on the night of the 15th iSDhinst 15 h inat The ballr ball ballwas ballk r k Y Yr Ywas was tastefully tastefully and handsomely decoraed decora decoraed decorsed r ed and Mr w H Dabney sustained sustainedhis sustainedh18 sustaln d dc dhIg his reputation as a caterer by the ele elegant elagSl1t eleF ¬ c F gait manner style and taste In whIch wblchhe whIchhe whichhe he served the trio most excellent menu lortbe for forJ forI I J the occasion occa9io Among those present presentwere presentr resent resentwere were Mr O r H Brown B town and Miss Cora CoraBrown Coraj C ra raf j V V j f Brown Mr and Mrs M 8 J J P Flaming FlamingMr Fl3min Fl mings mingsI...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

c 1 3 1 ji jii i I = ii f Town TopicsSmallpox Topics TopicsI Topicssmallpox TopIcs1m11pox I Smallpox a is disappearing disappearingCandidates disappearIngCandidates Candidates for justice of the peaccontinue peac peacecontInue peaccontinue continue to appear appearDC appearI has returneeE returnee returneefrom returned returnedfrom I D DC t W V Bruce Evans E from Hampton Va VaMiss VaMIss VaMiSS Miss Blanche Washington W Bsbington is learning learninto learning learningI feederLagal feeder feederBuffalowarda feederBufr to t be a press I Lagal Buffalowarda Bufr loward8 the enterprising Wash Washingtonian Washingtonian Washin ingtonian in B tonian is beginning to take his way wayMies wayllies Mies liI liIstroet iES Emma B West of 2251 r 3 12L1 217 217street 2th 2thstroet stroet goes to Atlantic City for th thseason the theseason thseason season seasonMr seasonMr seasonI Mr F M Sims the talented lawyeand lawYeand lawye lawyerand I and stenographer will locate in th thgnat tbgrE the thec...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

THE COLORED AMERIOAN WASHINGTON a D ait a aoo Ix oo = o 3 1BB N T DEeBIVBDl ill illi i t To THE Tr E COLORED COLOR ED PEOPLE OF AMERICA JL4MERICAKing it + 4 King o of all Hair 1T aim TOI PorLiQ OS s sUL1 iil iili 6 6It UL1 i J h OZONO Z N e It Ith i I e fr friii < = iii iiiI W C iiiC < I r t t1 l iA iAY Recognizing the fact that there are many many SO SOCALLED CALLED hairgrowers and j I Y hairstraighteners now on the market and knowing to t o a certainty that many man manF e j i P i > t i r rhonest F of these are frauds pure and simple we ve wish to mpke make a straightforward i fA fAthe honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In Infa lniI t the e year 1871 our fate late secretarl secretor Mrs Mr S lf Moore through a fortunate fortunatet t r iI fa 1 circumstance acquired the receipt for OZONO It was not offered for sale saleor saleor I A or Pur9nase purchase to any extent until 1875 when it was put upon the market and andj andt t ys t j met with marked...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 April 1901

r i i TIIII Ti TiTHE THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W IX D c 1 I HOWARD OWA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSFTYWashington UNIVERSITYWashington i Washington D Cdistinct C CoHnformatron CTSN I Icompetent under one hundred TSN N Ncompetent competent distinct departments professors and instructorsTheo instructorsTheoJDgical instructors Theo Theogical Medical Legal College pedagogica pedagogicaPreparatory edagogiea edagogieaO JDgical O gical Agriculture cul ture Industrial ana anaMuslcal an anPrepare Agr English ngish to ry ryal Preparatory Prepare al For oHnformatron information address addressRev addressRev c ct4uslc t4uslc Muslcal PresidesGBO Presides presid presidGJiO Preside2tGeo Rev J J ERANKINDD E RANKIN D D IX LI D GBO H S4SBORD Secretaryv Secretaryo11ege Secretary Secretaryery Secretary7I 7I very ery v College on o11ege ege trades tradesSchool radefl radeflgcl1oo1 radeSebool School I I ALLEGHENY PA PAmaHlng PAI AA I Practical Literary and Industrial In < 1ustrla1 Trade TradeI Trade6chool ...

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