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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

THE COUNCIL UNDER A CALCIUM Side Lights Showing the Achievements and Characteristics of the Leaders of the A M E Church Recently in Con ference Here The A M E onnectijn contains no abler man than Dr M M Moore He 1b eo well rounded that ib is difficult to Bay in just what attitude heappeara to tie Lest advantage A master of logic and eloquence in the pulpit powerful and convincing as an evangelist emi nently successful as a pastor organizer and church builder and a veritable wizard in the co lection and manage ment of finances he embraces all the qualities m a most pronounced degree esential to a leader in the church Evrywdy admits without invidious comparisons that Dr Moore is the m3t successful financial secretary Meihwli m Ins ever had So efficiently bts be administered tlis important iru t there is a stt led determination t i ill him higher and the country wi b terribly surprised and chagrined if at next Mays general conference tleced to the Bishopric x 11 ore is not on the first...

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. — 10 February 1900

J ri t R- r K5K fc rj k W5T W Ir I 4 Ff i iv 10 ICIg SHREDS vioca Paul Laurence Dunbar Is in Denver President McKinley is fifty- seven years old The seoret of success is constancy of purpose Disraeli Mrs Ida B Wells Barnett lectured in Baltimore last week There are 114 colored confederate peniloners in Mississippi JoeLadd the well known colored violinist of Springfield Ohio is dead Dr Charles Greene is a successful praotitioner in dentistry at Springfield Ohio Preston Howard has discovered a rich bed ol iron on his farm in Barrier county Ky The Indianapolis post office has five colored clerks five mail carriers and one special messenger George Dixon the ex -champion featherweight has purchased the White Eiephanfsaloon in New York The National Afro American Council will hold executive sessions in Wash ington the last tbiee days in December every year Aouording to a telegram received at the War Department Tuesday Troop D 9fch Cavalry has left Hebronrille Texas for Huachuca Ariz The ex...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

- r THE MONUMENTAL CITY A Breezy Newsletter The Politicrl Whirl pool and Its Devotees The Colored American a Prime Favorite Notes Baltimore Md Special On last Wednesday night Mr Wm Richard ton of Virginia was married to Miss Mamie Barnette at 225 Camel Btreet Baltimore The ceremony waB perform d by Bev Htlmes The bride wae handsomely attired in a steel colored s k trimmed with white satin and lace After the marriage a unique re ception waB tendered to them by a jrecd of the groom Mr Scott of 700 Saratoga street which was one of the most successful social events ol the to8Bon Among those present were MistesKate Butler of Annapois Nellie Davie Sarah Clarke Lizzie Shelton Jennie Ciosby Ella 8atterfield Ida Jones Lula Bichardson B C Thomp eon Mr and Mrs Findley Mr and Mrs Vogel J Henry Bayton John RkhardEon James Holmes Thomas Roberts Henry Williams and many others The couple will reside at 933 N Eutaw 6treet Prof ThomaB Furby is fctill in the city He is popular in both business and boc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

B ryTT I feiitj ii I Mm 1 rll 1 1 1 Jim 1 m SlI 1 1 I if J I t m s i MI 1 ill I f 1 1 111 I -MM 1 Sal fl 1 ii 1 I till 1 h u ft COU JAMES j ROCHE A Popular and Enterprising B as In c S3 Man of this City One of tho best Known young busi ness men of Washington is the subject df thla article He has been in busi Hew since he was a mere youth He has put such excellent tact in his busi ness thai now while only in the prime of hie young manhood he stands very nest the top as a successful business man For quite a number of years he has conducted the celebrated Roches oon N street between 4th and New rsey avenue nw and it was at this place where he will be best remember edby hie legion of friends aud patrons With characteristic enterprise he sold his N street place and has purchased COL JAMES J ROCHE and fitted out most elegantly a new place at 7th and I streets southwest It 1b complete in all of its departments One must visit it to got the best con ception ot this new palace Mr Roche has ta...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

TVnr y rsanr tr 3r3tfrrv nominated for the legislature Not only me colored but all the people ne the friend of the masses is Washingtonians in Forida The friends of Mr Samuel L Drew who formerly resided at No 3 Def rees street northwest will be glad to know that he is pleasantly located at The Palm Ikaoh Inn Palm Beach Flori da He writes a very interesting letter from tuat point and saya that among the Washingtonians there are Messrs Owen Shelby ofSouth Washington W H Golden James Battey Glennie Swaine George Lewis and JR O Ander THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D 0 REV T W HENDERSON D D The Energetic Business Manager of the Christian Recorder the Organ of the A M E Church and Prominently Mentioned for the Bishopric HON SHELBY M CULLOM Continued from 8th page nal way of thinking for himself He thought the measure iustand continued to fight until It became a law Every interest of the great state of Illinois is well cared lor by Senator Cullom He Is In touch with the masses and is the ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

SmmmemimsBmm f Jl J1 IIIWM Mil lliMiWMl Hill llWlIWi M t - - I 3k i m - sx Br V t -- I K ts m N EGROS POLITICAL LOYALTY m MULX J1jg3gWqg3M35MPMHI His Fealty to Party Undoubted Demands Recognition of Merit Hyphenated Americans Dinner to Indiana Authors Editor Cooper and Mr R W Thomp son Recipients of Bouquets Fred Doug lass Bill of Sale Indianopblis Ind Speoial Before Damo 1900 haB fairly settled herself in her new chair our politioal handmaid eu 1b astir delving into nooks and corn ers brushing out accumulated debris ana setting the house in order for a season of muoh ado Republicans Democrats and last but not least our Populistic friends are convening and preparing to make the enemy aware of their presencein the field The colored voter perhaps more as aaredly than at any previous time since his enfranchisement is holding him Belf slightly aloof looking wiee and awaiting the overtures that he feels oertain willbe made to him by or both of the great contending parties to the presiden...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

W I I U SWf II III A H ssr this time Pruf vv H H Hart Is a gentleman of infiu ie resource The inning rod of Mr John F 00k is distinctly visible Eci Urtiftstical polities is dividing hontra with the straight variety The tairbanbs for 1904 boom la making a hit in the Amen corner The birth of a lot of new race jour nal reinmda us that the campaign is coming on Tho Maryland colored brother is laboring industriously to find out where he is at It 13 wonderful how friendly a man becomes when the delegate bee getB to buzzing in his bonnet Isnt the time about ripe for another Watty Cummings interview B Henri Herbert has been installed clerk of tbe Gommittee on Post Bills in the New Jersey Legislature at Trenton It i3 hinted that things are getting too dull around the District of Colum bia for the Hon Thomas L JoneB and that he is thinking seriously of migrat ing to Kentucky Dr Bumuer A Furniss Dr Joseph H Ward Elwood Knox John Pur year UhaB W Brown and Robert B Bagby ot Indianapolis are amon...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 February 1900

11 m 18 Suits 13 76 PP AIR of the FINE wosted TROUSERS in the Neat and nob by Stripes equal to the custom made at 12 OUR Regular 7 50 8 8 50 grades take YOUR CHOICE att 590 15 and 18 Overcoats 10 90 P J Kaufman 1007 Pa ave City Paragraphs Mr JBeDJ Washington has been on the sick list Missjiillie Jenkins of 1137 3rd street northwest is very ill Mr Charles E Hall or Chicago is so jonrning in the city Detective Lacy is making some im portant captures these days No lyceum tomorrow at Second wap tiat church on account of communion Wedding bells and the divorce mill are playing duets in our town Tomorrow afternoon is communion day at the Second Baptist church Mr and Mrs T A Martin are now comfortably domiciled at 1137 C street northeast Frederick Douglass a name that will live forever adorns the rolls of the Cenaus Bureau Captain William R Staff formerly aergeant now with the 49th U SRegi meat was married recently The grand jury has not yet been heard from on the civil rights case against...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

1 VOL7 NO 47 lOMIS CASE IN EQUITY Gracefully and Forcefully Presented by Mrs Mary Church Terrell Before the Brainiest In America The of Equal Suffragists Premier Representative of our Womanhood Kates the Hit of the Convention have come an suffragists The equal aone Those who followed their pro oeedinga and digested their argument will all agree that the cause they advocate earneatneBS and in much cate with bo telligenca today better understood than ever before and bss been made to eommand a more and more strious de Woman suffrage gree of consideration once a subject for ridicule has ceased to be a joke It is one of the grave prob lems of the hour The wonderful ad vancement of the feminine Bex in buBi ncap in the profeEBions in the indue trie3 and in the world of flnanoe if living her an importance in the affairs of life Which the sensible man muei recognize and subscribe to a change oi laws and customs to accord with the hiRher conditions that have come about in consequence of woman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

I til H Siji IN WEST VIRGINIAS HILLS The Colored American Scribe Reads a Timely Lesson to Nincompoops in Negro Professional Men Social and Literary Flashes Clarksburg W Va Special Tna congregation of the Water Street M E oburcb held a grand rally on Eunday last and notwithstanding the inclement weather the attendance was very large RevWatBon Is making preparations to attend the conference to beheld in Bal timore early in March The Equal Bights League held an in leresting session on- Monday evening last President Neison Is working hard to arouse the interest of our citizens in this excellent organization and hopes to Becure the hearty co- operation of all in the good work it hopes to accomplish The Literary Department of the Ep worth League htld its monthly meet ing on Thursday evening last and drew a large audience Miss Ruth Sehon read a carefully prepared paper in an interesting manner The choir rendered several selections and Mies Mamie Brent contributed a pleasing nolo On Monday ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

ifcOP US A POSTAL CARD You are going out of town You nave a guest visiting you Yjur pastor la given a reception managing a coLcert Yu -re friends are ill Vnu r your An utir 53 born into your house- b0lA meeting for a specific purpose is cally v pastor preaches an sjiv goJ sermon yYou buy a piece of property appointed to an office You are You know auything of general in- drop us a card briefly stating the fat--- City Paragraph Beautify the Avenue Mr Oocrge P Silence waB over from Atlantic Uty last Saturday and Bun day ufuouutlouk published by J Bish op Johnson and D A Van Romondt baa uade lie appearance upon the BtieeH Mi Blanche Cardozo a graceful writer contributed an able ar ticle on The Color line in Paris in Tbe Evening Star of this city A Pr ze Quit Entertainment will be John Wesley A M E Zion church Connecticut avenue between L andM streetB northwest commencing Febru ary 2Gth and closing March 2nd Lvery week we are compelled to omit many intereeting items on ac count ot the pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

i I SB I I HON J A t I I I U mi W MARCUS CARGILL M D TheLeader of the Independent Govern ment in Baltimore City and Formei City Councilman of the llth Ward Baltimore Md Special Among the meet prominent of the independent leaders ot the colored voters of Balti more and tho state is Dr J Marcus Cargill ex City Councilman and can didate for Congress in the 4th District against Mr Mclntyre Dr Cargill says The colored voters have been and are now being led by sentiment as well as by a few bo called leaders who have no Interest in their race beyond the few dollars thoy may get The independence among the colored citizens is becoming more and more apparent I believe In the city of Bal- -A f HON J M CARGILL MD tlmore today there are not less than 10000 independent colored voters that will not be driven by any party lash It must be remembered that the Negro will never be respected in politics so long as he sticks to one party Let the Negro be manly and stand up for what is right If a few doll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

OUT IN SAN DIEGO Dr Hoards Matchless Work Other Items of News San Diego Cal Special Having a reader and admirer of your race jour nal for the past few years 1 consider it a firm loyal advocate for the Negro and take this opportunity of commend ing your worthy and appreciated ef forts While rusticating in the golden ennlight of sunny California on the Pacific coast I wish to contribute a few words in your valuable columns The need3of our race are numerous and the press Is grasping the opportunity of familiarzing the people with our great est and most essential desires And with those who are not prejudiced we and ris can see qualified men women ing to lead the race and it is to those who have showed themselves capable that we must follow One of the moBt Intellectual bcdles of Afro Americans that will convene in the closing of the nineteenlh ceutury will be the General Conference of the Africa Meihodist Episcopal Church And while thoee that have held the banner highest will receive the...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

TOfwwfsHp ij ii r i M HH M III 11 ill1 I jl 3 l ui e w - l - she coloeed aheeica washikgtolt d c The JfoMEtf S mg lyygi MBswkJ3i2jW mhmv ii fcXSUuWiC2lS211luJisS54 W J rc rcgr3 I didnt eavtsdrop I dont believe In t and I never do 1 use my ears how ever and this Is what I heard Both vera mothers and both were dlacuPBing the subject moat interesting to all good nothcrs their ohlidren For thelites f me Mrs Skuler I dont see how you onld persuade yourself to Bend your -beautiful children to these public schools said Mrs Arry Stocracy I should expect mine to be completely ro ned if they came in daily contact with those low children rbo go to our soboolfl Many of them oome from homes which are perfect hotbeds of viae Their parents are vioioue many of them are criminals What could you expect of ohildren from such home The poor young ones are not to blame bat tie influence they exert upon your children is none the less pernicious on tbat account I should feel that I was planning my obilds d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

THE WOMANS WORLD Continued from 6th page forward into the future is a goodly number of children born of educated respectable parents and reared in homes of refinement and culture I Uint mean the refinement which wealth alone can afford but the refine ment apparent in the homes of poor people whose brains have been educat ed and whose tastes cultivated In good GL nools or by contact with cultured people 1 havent the least respect for your old bachelor who is too stingy to marry and establish a home Why dont ministers preach the duty of matrimo ny more than tbey do So great would be my pity for a woman who would be so unfortunate as to become the wife of one of these old bachelors who has lived nearly fifty years wrapped up in selfishness that I feel guilty in urging them to get married There a is general cry in this country that men are less and less inclined to marry It is bad enough for the dominant race to make this mistake But since the great ma jority of colored people are Ignor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

IH i iLt ti 31 The Colored American Puollehed by Thk Colored American Pub lsbluu Company A fATlOSAL SEtillO NEWSPAPER Pub lsbed every Saturday nt 459 C 8t N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year - - 200 Rix months - - 110 Three months - - 60 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may do sent Dy postofllce mouev order express or by rejrtsured letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with tbe name of tbe writer not necesarlly tor publication but as a guar antee of good faith We solicit news contributions oplnionb and in fact all matter affecting tbe race e will not pay for matter However unless it is ordered by un All matter Intended for Sub J cat Ion must reach this ortlceby Wednes y of each week to injure Insertion In the current Issue fc3A gents are or lisLructtous wanted everywnere Send For Srtlo by nil Smvs Waaler ADVERTISING RATES Headlns notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements S2 per square Inon per Inser tion Discounts made on large contract...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

MR J E GREENLEASE A Progressive Afro Amencan Now in Hay ana Cuba with Governor General Brooke Tnc many friends of Mr J E Grf en lease formerly of this city bat now thecnef of Governor General Brooke of Havana Cuba will be glad to learn of hiB ucce3s in his new field of labor He has been in Havana now over one jear and has been advanced a number of times by Gov Brocke on account of bis tlti iency and adaptability to the new condition there Mr Greenlease will be bsst remem bered by VVashingtonians as a very popular waiter chef and caterer in this city He has served some of the bast pople of the nation and was for a number of years associated with the late Edward Savoy with Messrs Gray C H MR J E GREENLEASE Costley at Oid Point Comfort and a number of successful young men who are now la business for themselves in this aud other citie It was a happy selection when Geu Brooke secured the services of Mi Greenlease Americans in Cuba have learned even iu their thort stay there how to apprec...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

fl I M m i ix i IjlHIHHHH f s - PBBBWBBMBMBHMHBBHlWMWWBWWHBWMMBMfBp H B3 ft I- iv- m - iJ r V V l 114 - n uf i 1 4 -I J f r h t -id - MS I IH tf it T J - s E 4C JP Cc II 1 tC iaf va sg CTE OOLOEEIMEEIOA2T WASHnTCrTOff D 0 he Political HOROSCOPE The clans are getting dwnto work The campaign of tbe year is taking form and color The boys are organizing bat are naming no favorites Maybe a contest for the vice presi dency will put some ginger into the Philadelphia convention To the political managers of the other raoe Gentlemen where does the Negro come in Answer promptly and to the point The Washington Post suggests Gen Horace Porter of New York as a prop er man to fill out the MoKinley ticket Porter in all right and is making an ideal ambassador at the Parisian Court Capt M B Morton pcstru aster at Athens Ga has been eleoted delegate to thelropubllcan national convention from the Eigth Congressional district of hia state Morton is foity to the good Maryland coloredrepublicans have not ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

1 MARYLAND TEACHERS Hold a Grand Meet at Their An nual Institute at Rockville Md Rockville Md Special The Colored Teachers Annual Institute met in the town hall February 7 The meeting was called to order by Prof W B Bur d Ue School Examiner followed by jnging by the Institute My Country ris of Tnee prayer by Mr A H Davis Miss Rachel S Miller teacher of school So 1 3 District No II was nominat ed to act as sectretary An address of welcome was made by Dr Hail of Washington D 0 la his discourse Dr Hall said The colored people have made great progress in forty years Then not one institution or college was open in the South for the colored youth Sow in the South alone forty colleges are open for them Years ago a teacher of little education was sufficient to take charge of the colored schools now thi teacher of color must compete with the white teacher in order to secure a position We are in a progessive age and the colored people are progressing Nearly 75 uiilions of people are in this c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 February 1900

12 Furnished a Uub to Our Enemy The color line eplaodo which oc curred some wooUb ngo at one of Wash ingtons choap amuaemont houses not far from the Division the Now Grand we bellovo it Is called has be come historic Theinatter Ib boiu dis cuBaed all over the laud and Manager Ghaeo 1b ono of the worse cuPBed theatrical sharks in the busiuesB We talked at Borne length on the local phase of the civil rights suit in our last iBBUO Major Charles It DouglaeB the Dallas ExpreBs and the Now York Age have been indulging in a little three cornered BorJmmnge on tho subject of Negro ownership of places of amusement for their exclusive uhb etc Mr Douglass contributoR the following caloric ef fusion to tho discuBelou which furn ishes food for considerable sober re flation I dont seo the wisdom of the Negroes of Washington attL rnptiug to right down proscription in theaters ami a thesamu time accepting proscription and pnyiug for it My article in the Dallas Expretfc bad reference to Washington Ci...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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