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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 June 1901

8 TH ll COLORED AMERICAN AMERICAWASHINGTON WASHINGTON W D 0 1 1 < W Ifije 1ie be Colored ColoredV Go olored ored 7Ill1crican 7Ill1cricanr qInericai qInericaiA r A A Pnblised by THE COLORED AMEBIOAN 3 A YERIOAN + Pub PubliBliiiig Publ l Y liBliiiig Company CompanyA t d A NATIONAL NEBO NEWSPAPER 2TEWSPAFEBPulU YEiiSPAP1BPnbliahad j PulU Publlahed li6 < l every Saturday at 459 C St N W WWashington Wa 1 a Washington D C CSUBBOEIPTION Ct t I 3I 3 SUBBOEIPTION RATES RATESOne BATESOne RATESOne One year 200 200Six 200t 2Q0Six Six months 110 110Three 110Three 110three t I Three months 60INVARTABLY 60 60INVABIABLY 60I 60INVARTARLY INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADVANCEJ ADVANCE6nbacriptione J f Subscriptions may be sent by postomce postomcemoney 1 poeto > Qstotnce Qstotncemoney ae aemoney money order express e res8 or by registered letter letterAll letterAll letterAll All communications for publication should shouldbe shouldbe shouldr r be accompanied aQOOmpaniedwith with...

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. — 22 June 1901

ii IL j i jLi 1BI COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W e LAWYERS L A VYERS STEWART THOMPSON THOMPSONWin THOVlPSONVin s Win Vin a Great Victory in the United States StatesBranch statesBranch Branch of the Police CourtExU Court ExU S SSenator SSenator SSenator Senator William E Chandler and Oth 0thers Others Others ¬ E ers High in Socal and Diplomatic Cir Circles Circles ¬ cles Interested Spectators SpectatorsJ Jt J t sephinQ Johnson J ohoson a highly respect respected ¬ 1 ed lady d dc formerly employed as a do domestic dc dcmastic mastic ITlestlcJohnson c in 1 n the family of Mrs Dr W WV WV < < V Johnson was charged by that lady ladywith 1 ad 9 9with I with the larceny larc ny of many articles con conBisting consisting 71 Bisting principally of ladies underwear underwearTne underwearTbe underwearThe The defendant was represented by byMessrs byi b Y YMeer i Messrs Samuel Sarau l G Thompson and Jos Joseph J08eph Jose ¬ r eph e h H Stewart s sDistrict the Government b by byPiatrict byDis...

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. — 22 June 1901

T 10 THE COLORED AMERICANS A WASHINGTON D A C 7 7i i i i A Noted AfroAmerican Dead DeadRobinson 1 11 Mr Asbury Robinson died at hishome hishomet his home t t tt t r ° at Fairfax Station Vir Virginia in18 on the 7th 7thof l of f his May y in the eightysecond e second year of his hisage age He wasviii was born in 1819 at Cdntr CdntrTl11 1 y yage ntrE Tl11 Fairfax County Va where he her hespent r spent all the years ot his long life untIl untIlin untilin in November last be moved with his bisfamily hisp p family to Fairfax Station StationHe StationHe He was tree born and as a boy boyworked boyworked worked 8S a farm hand for tIr Tim TimBon Timp Timpson Bon PomeroyLater Pomeroy Later In life he was e ess er ergaged gaged gagedc as farmer for Mr tIr James Green GreenIt I c It Is 8 significant significanthis fact and testifies to toI toI I I his fidelity and gOLd chst character a ler that thati thatthese i these two men were hIs cnly eWll Jyers Jyerstbrough yeisthrough through the many ye...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 June 1901

i TT TTTHE I I1 THE COLORED > AMERICAN WASHINGTON WASm Pi GTON D O Co 11 t A Hint HintHow HintHow HintHow How dear to my heart heartIs heartIs heartis Is the cash on subscription subscriptionWhen subscriptionW subscriptionWhen W When hen the generous subscriber subscriberPresents subscriberPresents r rPresents Presents it to viewBut view J JBut 1But But the man that wont pay payWe payWe payWe f We refrain from description descriptionFor descrivtionFOl descriptionFor For perhaps gentle reader readerThat readerThat readerThat That man might be you youWANTED youExcHA ou ouEXCHANGE EXCHANGE ExcHA EXCHANGEWANTED 1kCE 1kCEWANTED WANTED TO KNOW KNOWWheie KNOWWhele 1 Whele is Doriey Foailz FoailzWfcy Fou FoulzWh lz lzV Wfcy Wh V by Y not n nIs of a first class upto n club clubIs lub lubIs Is the Y M C A to be receivEd leceivedIf J If the ladles have hh ve become infected by bythe byt 1 tli tliI the e bar guefc q uet t lever leverWhat 1fverfl fl I What Is the name and object of th thUnnam...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 June 1901

1I SHE COLOEED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D G r f Cures CuresWeak CuresWeak CuresWeakMen t Weak WeakMen WeakMendasure3 Men MenInsures I Free Freenures Insures nures Love ana a nappy Home HomeFor HomeFor Homett tt For All 1 How any man may quickly cure himselfafter himself himselfafter blmseUt t after years ol sufferingfrom see ual weakness weaknesslost weaknessl08t weaknesslost lost vitality night lOSSes varicocele etc etcand etcvnd etcnd and nd enlarge small weak organs to lull size sizeIi sizeL sizeL L W KNAPP KNAPPM M D D2Mid Dsnd Ddud dud vigor Simply send your yo r nama and adstress ad address address ¬ dress to Dr L W Knapp 1811 Hull Bldg JBldgDetroit BldgDetroit i Detroit Mich and he will gladly send the theIres thetree thefree tree receipt with full direction so that any anyman anyman anyman man may easily cure himself at home This ThisIs ThisIs Thisis Is certainly a most generous offer and the thexol theI theollowing I xol oUowlng lowing extracts taken from his daily mail mailshow...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 June 1901

r 13 y THE OOLOUO AHERtCAN W A8HINGT01f a Z K E THE CONSTITUTIONAL CO STITUTION AL CONVENTION CONVENTIONIn In Virginia and What it Proposes to do doThe doThe doThe The Greatest Race Newspaper in DemandNews De Demand DemandNews mand mandNews News Gleamed From Al AlSources All AllSources AlSources Sources SourcesAlexandria SourcesAlexandria SourcesA1exandaa Alexandria Va Special SpecialThe The Co1 Co1ored COlored Co1ored ored American re representative r3sentative feels un nnder under under der many obligation obli ation to the few 1e w broad broadminded broadminded broadminded minded AfroAmericans who are com coming comIng comforward ¬ ing Jugable forward to subscribe for this valu valuable valuable able periodical However we rave kayofew i ifew a afew few good peojlj peol 1 who bn knw w a goodthing gooi gooithing good goodthIng thing when they see it but it must b bborn be beborn bf bfborn born in mind tb that at one hundred Fub subscribers Fubscrlbers Fubscribers ¬ scribers at leas...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 June 1901

ft D a 1 14 TBS COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON a a iifI 4iIi iifI 7 ii1ii1 7 iiIf iiJP iiiP iitIJfIJ iiI iJIi1fI 411tIIfI1 a 1 l iIJ 77 iiJ1I1 ifjII4J1 4JII 4 iiJI 1 4 41 vr pitJ 4J1I 6 ii 4iJJI i1Ji1iI 7 I lBE N T DBeBIVEor I II oa oaTo I To THE COLORED PEOPLE OF F AMERICA I IiilERICAKona I IKing King o Qf all t11 Hair aim Tonios T orzIcS orzIcSF J F 4 6 e < Z ZON e Ne i I s V > o > il iltt tt < s bJ bJct Q bJQ 3 ct ctf f 0 AFORE AFTER AFTER BEFORE BEf R T 4 AFTER It x Recognizing the fact that there are many k SO CALLED hairgrowers and anrlhairstraighteners andhairstraighteners 1 hairstraighteners a now on the market and t tknowing knowing c3 a to a certainty certaint y that many manyf manyof man y yk is of f these 1 are frauds i pure and i simple we wish to o make a straightforward straightforwardI t I k honest statement to the colored race through a this great paper In Inthe Inthe T Ta TII n II the year 1871 our late secretary Mrs S M 1 Moore through a fortunate fortuna...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 June 1901

ii c 1 i iA SHE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON ii A B tL it i r HOWARD mlWAK nAlinim VTUnrUDQfPFV DRIVER I IN IVpiKbll SITY I T W WASHING WASHINGmlWAK TON Dc D C 11 V H flill UiU I UilJJA l i j SrVEN N NDDI DDI DDInder DisINCT Dis DisINCT INCT DEPARTMENTS fEp R rMETS under 11 nder forty competent competentrofessorsaml competentroft Tofes rofessorsaml roft orsancl Instructors TheolopicalMedical TheolopicalMedi lthe 1 1 ITedi cal t Ic I t rrai al Colleftf lol1e i t Preparatory rep ra or orjt1 Normal 1 1 any ancluiudtfhil an anyt t luiudtfhil 1dutrial jt1 trial Iorinforatiou For in for oration a tIOl1 address addressRev adclressRev Rev J Jv H I RAXKIN RI KI nDUDrrest nDUDrrestI DD LLDPrest LLDPrestI IIDPres IIDPrest t I Ji loiNsnN IOIsc IN focrernrv focrernrvCollege cr < lrv lrv7I avery 7I very < College > oHege trades tradesALLEGHENY rade5 rade5gcbool radegebool gcbool Lv LvALLEGHENY ALLEGHENY ALLEGHENYavery PAPractical PA PAA P A AA ASchool A Practical Literary and Industrial T...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 June 1901

Aerrmcrro A Ci 1ft n roumJm AMERJOANr i ij + Can the Leopard Change its Spots fit sich a tricky trickyole trickyOle trickyI trickyole kin make dat garment think I i Colored Citizen Oitizeul 1 ook a heah fellow Publicans if you done you J I ole mule as dat datJ den yos Y078 done fooled suah suahJ 9 A At Lake View Vi w Park ParkThe Parke ParkThe ParkThe e The Columbia Association Associa 9socia ± ion will give givetheir givetheir givetheir > their second annual 8nnn l picnic Thursday ThursdayJuly ThursdayJuty Thursdayi i t 7 July 4th 1901 We solicit the patronage patron ¬ 1 < age age a of our many friends and the public publicin i t in general on o1 this th s ocsion oa Rion W We e will willspare willspare willa spare a Psre neither money m 1ney nor labor to rro rroTlde 1roTIde rroTitle TIde for the pl pleasure asure and comfort of a 1who 1 1who II IIwho who attend There will be no dificulty dificultyexperienced dificult dificnltyexperienced p pexperienced experienced in in regar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

I A I f fr = j C r Ci S < i t tVOL 1J III c f < ¼ aQ 8 a ap Q Sasa it y yr p a r t tII 91I i F II II1tONAi I H 1tONAi PAPL Fq Tr Trr TrVOL t r VOL 9 NO 13 WASHINGTON W D C SATURDAY JUNE 29 291901 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS I yyt HES AT THE HEAD OF OFTHE OFTHE OFAT THE GREAT ARE AREJ AT ACADEMIC WORK AND HAS HASput HASput J put This Deparment Drpar ment Among the Foe Fcremost FocInosl Foemost most at Tn kegae keR ke1aeMr eMr Mr J U McCall McCalla a C 1 ege Graduate Gradu tet Has a Corps of ofActive ofActiv ofActive Active and Brilliant Assistants Asss aDts Who WhoRepreeent WhoRe VhoReprePfnt Re Repreeent rePfnt t tha hs Great Schools of the theC theC theu r C uatry u n t ry His Career CareerA A Fhkite FbkiteTuske v vTuskegee Tuskegee Tuske 1 usleg le et Ala AlaSpecialA Special 1ec lalA A man manvcll manypll zuazlwell well known l nOYll in American Anwrie lll literary litrar r life liferecently lifen lifetr recently n 1 t ttutt t11t1y pnty visited the T Tuskogee l llsl seee tr Insti ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

V f i I Iv IvI 1 2 IflE COfORKD c tORRD AMERICAN WASHINGTON WASBl GTON I Do > Q 1 t s THE E KN1GH KNIGHTS rs S OF TAB TAB1i TAEOJL TAEOJLHear TA134 TA134Hear 1i 1 i iI I 1 Hear Their Annual 5 Sermoja e i fi2i Preached Pr e3 ached hed by byRev b bRev + I i r Rev Holland R oJhnd oilgndThe The rheTrue True Tr tte Reformats ReformatsBusy RefornH ReforireiSBusy1h f ft < t Busy Rusyrrh Th3 Carefr Carer r of Rev R v G 0 C fin lun ua a aUp I Up l p The 1 1 h8 Social Soci 1 and JteMfkms IteIiCioUSLifn a iou Life of ofProvtd ofProvid ofPrOYq Provid Jice l Notes NotesPrtivid tesk teskL teskP L Provtd P rov d ° nc ucp R l I Special Spe SecaEvery SecaEveryal i IEvery Svery Sveryj i il al j avalab s yULbeset l JJJ c eset 8e tin ia the auditorium ref the theP theJJIWl i P i JJIWl pl lI s A M 4 E Zion church was wasSHll wasfall SHll fall 1 d PuisdJiy evening eV i1in1l JiDd nd the gntJeriee gKule ris rissIjO I ft l fcov sIjO lkOJ03t 1 o a L UfB t i in d 8 large lr firg < a B umber of per pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

I I 0 0T > I T THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D G 3 MRS GEORGIA WHETSEL WHETSELMrs WHETSELMrs PlHETSELMrs Mrs Whetsel who conducted a wholesale and retail ice business so sue sty stycessfully c ¬ cessfully and accumulated a large fortune at St John J ahn N B will spend a 1 three months vacation in London England She took passage on the steamer r Loyalist from Halifax last week jf J f time permits she will contribute a few fe w interesting letters for The Colored American A MINISTERS WORKMrs WORK WORKMrs WORKMrs Mrs Frazier Captures a Hartford Aud Audience A AudfenceOdd ud udlenceOdd ¬ ience lenceOdd Odd Fellows Decorate GravesMuch GravesMuch Graves Much Activity ia In Religious Circles CirclesInterestingjand CirclesInterestingand CirclesInterestingandHapait Interestingjand InterestingandHapait Hopeful 1 News NuggetHartford Nugget NuggetHartford NuggetHartford Hartford Conn Special S pecialSomethtng pecialSomethtngover Something Somethingorer over a year ago Rev J Sulla Cooper Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

4 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W9SHIl + tCaTCDN D 0 CL I c r 1Iil IB l IIII I III1BI lIIim lIIimI I fl1 I The Progress of Disfranchisementj DisfranchisementjLJ I i BY BRUCE GRIT GRITj LJ LJI LJIiF L j II 1 BIIIBJ 1 1Il II1L11 III 9 IDilg l The windjammers wind ammers of the Omstifen Omstifentional 0 Cstitulional rrn nstitu nstitutionsl tional Conveniiona ConusI J nvenlioDB ntons in Aabma A Aabr tab ± ma m end fcndVirglira endVirgin nd ndVlrgina Virglira Virgin a are morally certain ihattne ihattneXVrh that to toXVth thr thrXVrh XVrh Amendment w II be repeal repe l d daod dliod dand and every everyone ever one of them is agreed that it itought iti i i ought ou ht to le 1 e But cot ms c n of them ihemwjll themWJll themj j wjll remember the Gay c r tfa the hour hnurwhen hourwben tnurs when tLi tLli event eves taates tQatE s f rte 1 e eiVt XVa XVaAmendment XV t I Amendment Amen ment is a part of the Ojnsuiu Ojnsuiution G JJn r anititu anititution t1lu t1lution tion of tie United 8 at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

TBS COLORED AMEKICAN WASHINGTON B Q fj i < Rmuseme RmusemeHcI t HO HcI FOR RICHMOND VA YAWait VAVait VAWait Wait for the first Virginia Sea Board BoardExcursion BoardExcursion BoarExcursion d Excursion from Washington and other otherVirginia otherVirginia othe otheVirginia r Virginia points to toNewport toNewport toNewport Newport Ntw Iew Hampton Va VaVia VaVIa VaVia Via Chesapeake Ohio RySat1 Ry RySafIXlKff RySat SafIXlKff Sat 1th 11 t Jane Jtx ee 29 29This 29Thla 29T6ia This excursion excur in1 will be b ron under the theauspices theauspices theauspices e auspices of C O Bens ficial Club Clubof Clubof Clubthe I of Washington D C Fare for the theround theround th tht e t round trip tripto to Richmond Newport NewportNews NewpJrtNews N t News or Hampton Va QaStopping 250 250Stopping 250Stopping Stopping at G > rdonsville Louisa Louisaand Louisaand LouisaSee a and other points along the route See Seeyour Seeyour Se Seyour e your friends spend Sunday June 3 3return 30 30return 30...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

6 SHE TH COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D G 11 AI rX THE GREAT EXPOSITION EXPOSITION1HV EXPOSITIONf f Now ow in Full Blast and Thousands arei are areComing areComing i i Coming Buffalowards BuffalowardsThe The Mexican MexicanBuilding Mexicans = H s Building Dedicated Natives From the theCongo theOongo thek k Congo Free Fr e State StateThe The Negro Exhibit ExhibitAmong ExhIbit1o ExhibitAmon I 1oI 1o = Amon Among the Hottls ana Buffets BuffetsPersonal BuffetsPer BuffetsPerI Per Personal ¬ I l sonal Mention MentionBnflalo Mentiont MentionBuffalo t ri if i iri Buffalo N Y Yf Special SpecialThe The build buildings bnl1 buildL < 1 1L ¬ L L ° < ing ings s at the Exposition are all nearly nearlycompleted nearlyJ nearlycompleted J completed The Mexican building was wasdedicated wast i E t i dedicated last week there were a great greatmany greatmany gieatl v l i many Mexicans m in attendence the theMinister theI theMinister Minister to America from Mexico de delivered demIi deYF I mIi i Y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

1I ii T F FA mE COLORED AMERICAN A WASHINGTON W Y ASHI GTON D u l 7 ANOTHER COLORED BANK BANKAtlantas BANKAt BANKAtlantas Atlantas At Iantas Enterprising AfroAmericans will willManage willManage villManage Manage Their Own Finances FinancesA A Re Reception Reception ¬ ception to the Heroes From the PhiliipinesRev Phil Phillipines PhillipinesRev lipines lipinesRev Rev Penn Pushing Pushin t tile e Race RaceConference RaceConferenceA RaceConference Conference ConferenceA A Colored Judge Wanted WantedA WanedAGlance A AGlance Glance at the Social World WorldAtanfc0 Wor1dAttanta WorldAlantA Atanfc0 t G L Special BpschdDr Dr D W WCulp WVulp Culp P tP + A M I M D of Pala ka kaFlorida kat katFlorida kaFlorida Florida spent a few days in the thecity thecis city cis Y last feetis week w ek By the way the Doctor Doctora Is a quite q cite a littrary maD His visit to Atlama At Atlanta Atlanta ¬ I lanta lamaq lamawas was to see the publishers pu blishers of two1 two1boofestbat two twobOOBS twoboob...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

T i iii t p 0 0I g THE COLORED AMERICAN A WASHINGTON D a Q I 1 I be G Colored ColoredPublished lored 7I1Ilerican 7I1IlericanPubllahed iriericai iriericaii Published by nrs COLORED ScBIOdR A Alisbing A OAH Pub FnbA Pub1l8blng i 3 lisbing Company CompanyA A NATIONAL NEGRO SEWSPAFER iEWSPAPEBPnbllsheG SEWSPAFERPnbllfihed i 1i 1 Pnbllfihed every Saturday at 459 C CSt St N W VPWashington WWashington Wi i Washington D C CSUBSCRIPTION Cn CBUBSt7RtPTION n t tt tj t j SUBSCRIPTION RATES BATESOne RATESi RATESOne < 1 i One year 5200 52001a 200 200Sis 200Bix Sis 1a months 110 110Three 110Three 110three Three months 60 64jARTARLY 60ERYABIABIiY 60i i ERYABIABIiY mvA TARLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions dDQANQj dDQANQBnbsariptione 1 1t > t Subscriptions may be sent by postoffice postofficemoney 1 poetoffieemoney > Ostomce Ostomcemoney money order express or by registered letter letterAll letterAU 7 All communications for publication shouldbe should shouldb b be accompanied acoompanedWlth...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

Tir < SHE COIOBED AMERICAN A WAmINGTON D r li8IiiUlio li8IiiUlioI + W7 W7Sunday Sand Sandand Sunday last ast I trav travelled Jled nortbWllQ nortbWllQBnd northwal d and stopped stop p pWh eel at the hOID of the Grand GrandHigh High Pr PrESt est F Frank rank H C ZZ9DS Every EverythIng Everys SIUL15 SIUL15n thIng V s contusion 8S 1 entered being beingIn unexpected visitor 1 J JpBt found presentPEst present presentPJst In n PEst Grand High Priest Samuel H HWest Hwest Past Grand r A Tlfoafor Master Henry FTpnrxr C le leman lePa IP West YYetii JL W Wman man and Pa t Master Julius Warren WarrenNo WarreDNo entered than Grand GrandHigh I r had No o sooner scone sconeBag Bag High h Priest P Pto best Ctzzens C zzens s called from labor laborto torerreahmenB to rerra3hments rrre a htn htnsumtuoul en + s of which I partook partooksnnlptuou Past Grand High Priest PriestVest ly smnptuomly snnlptuou p pNest 9 Vest gave an interesting interest Interestingaccount ng account of theraft the theearl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

10 0 THE COLORED AMERICANS A M1crUCAN WASHINGTON W R D Cl C i J 0 0J n J BIT THE PARSONS FINGERS F1NGEBSColored FINGERSr FINGERSColored l r Colored oIored People Thriving in WeEtern WesternTennessees WeEternTennessees WeEterna a Tennessees letrcpolisA Metropolis Y A Live ID due dustry duetryLocal d uE uEtryLocal try tryLocal Local ana Personal NewsMemphis News Newsi NewsMempbis 1 1 Memphis Tenn SPecialMtmPhis SPecialMtmPhisas Special SpecialMf Memphis Memphisas mphis mphisas as we see it is situated on a beautiful beautifulbluff beautifulbluff beautifulblufpover bluff blufpover over hanging the mighty Mississippi Missis Mississippi lssis lssissippi ¬ sippi river There are lots of fine side sidewheel sidewhe sidewbeE whe wheel 1 river craft which ply between betweenhere betwe betweenheirs n nh here h re and other cities Quite a number numberof numberof numberOf of ra raoiroads Irosda enter the city whose crews crewsare crewsare 1 are mostly most Hack lack men Quite a num number nnmbe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 June 1901

THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D CL 11 PROF FERRIS IS SUSTAINED SUSTAINEDXhe SUSTAINEDThe SUSTAINEDThe The Colored People In Jacksonville are areDestitute areDes areDestitute Destitute Des tHn le are Discriminated Against Againstand Againstand Againstocalled and andSell the S Socalled ocalled Race Leaders Will WillSell WillSell Sell Them out outEditor outditor outEditor Editor ditor Colored AmelicanIn Ameiican In read reading reading readlog ¬ ing your our ourin paper and other published publishedin publ ished ishedIn in Jacksonville Fl jrida my birth place placej j have seen several cards concerning concerningProf concerningProf concerningProf Prof Ferris and the fire in Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonpersonally ¬ ville Now Nowprof personally I do not know knowProf knowProf Prof Ferris nor was I in in Jacksonville Jacksonvilleat at the time of the fire firet although I hare haremy bavemy havesidenc the valuation of ofover ofover my re reover resideDC sidenc there at over...

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