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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

r i tffi 4 fHS COLORED AMERICAN A Ai ERIOANJ + T WASHINGTON D DO O I = I 1HE J 1 HE GLORIES ORIES OF OFFR FBEEDOH FBEEDOHlimed FREEDOnJ EEDO EEDOr EEDOUcrsuinued r J L UL Ucrsuinued limed from 1st pageor page psgeof pager i r ° i of or probate shall make a record of allthe all allthe 1 t the proceedings from which hebe he heshould hetI1r should be entitled enti tled to a fee of one dolIar dol dollar dollar ¬ tI1r ° lar In each case to be paid aid as thisatrocious this thisatrocious thisr r atrocious 11 law directed by Y ithe the master masteror masterY t O 7 or mistress To tighten the grasp of ofthe ofthe I Ithe the owners s nip on the minor who was wasnow wasnow wasnow now styled an apprentice it was en enacted enacted enacted ¬ acted in almost the precise phrase of ofthe ofthe ofthe the old slave S ae code that hat whoever who er shall shallentice shallentice 1 entice e1DCe said s ld apprentice from his master masteror masteror 11 or mistress or furnish food or clothing clothing c...

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. — 28 September 1901

fS a SgjgZg far SSSF w y ry ryw ryCOLORED w r U x If + JOCil COLORED LD AMEKICAS W AEUU A mU1i IDt J < t I = BAPTIST CONVENTION CONVENTIONVicor COlVENTIONVtC THE SH E GREAT G BEAT rirar rirarycor Writes About it and Tells of D DWalkers DWalkerS DWalkers Vicor VtC or Walkers Eloquent Effort EffortThe Effortl The he Meeting Meetinga M MeetingzRecord etiDg etiDga a zRecord Record bieaker bI eakerNotes eakerNotesjIltinnsti eaker Notes NotesCiarinnati NotesCindnnati Ciarinnati Ohio OhioSpecialThe Special The Nag Na Naruiial Nat Baptist Convention representing representingi g ruiial t t u ual i following tulluVbChristians 1ng of nearly two million Ne NeMO Neru 7 71ng Christians has just closed one of ofw ofhe oftf MO ru w greatest 4 and mi I most mr of enthusiasticyettangs onfrlmcin enthusiastic enthusiasticwptOngs Hr Hrmeetings tf he c meetings ever held by Negroes egroes The Theconvention Theeollventlon 1 1ion convention r nVeat nVeatoihio ion was held in Cincinnati CincinnatiOhio Ci...

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. — 28 September 1901

s Y rT l f AI AIt r 11 t V e er L L rt 1i r J t THE THECOLOnbAMRICAVASrnNGTONC COLORIlJ AMERICAN W ASRINGt 9 n1 n11i Y I 1 1 1k k 1 1f v f After much persuasion Mrs rs J Shone Yates YatesPresident Yatesr r j President of the N National alional Association of Colored ColoredWomen ColoredWomen Women of the United States has consented to ed edit edV V it this department and to make it a feature of the thepaper thepaper paper These T base volumes will be open for discussion discussionon on matters pertaining to the wellfare of women womenand womenand and girls home school and society in general To Tothis ToVii Vii this end correspondence is Cordially invited from fromnIl fromall nIl sections of the country Sketches and pictures picturesof of noted women will also be ZLccoptablQ AU mat matter m at atter ter intended for this column should b be sent to toMrs toMrs Mrs J Silono Yates 22I2 a rZ Tracy Avenue Kansas KansasCity KansasCity City Mo or to Tho Womenli Department Cot Cotx COLOUD x ...

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. — 28 September 1901

1 1y 1ig 4 y TO ig COLOBED AHERXOAH WASHIHGTOH B A C 1 LI + Mye 1 < 7 z r SOCIALISM SOCIALISMt IS INJURIOUS INJURIOUSto the AfroAmericans Afro A1uErlcan1s I lEric nJs Future F tqt and Past PastLoyal PastLoyal Pasts PastLoyal to t J s Loyal History HIstoryIt It is Ony On y a cioven ciovenFoot Cloven Clovenfoot ClovenFoot Foot Branded randfd With I the ho SE Seal al cf c f Friend Friendsnip FriEndship FriendIS snip Which is Intended to Burden in In Instead Insteaa ¬ steadofH stead of H 7p p His Present Pre ent or or r Future FutureCondition FutureCOfldition FutureCorditlon Condition CorditlonEditor ConditionEditor COflditionEditor Editor Colored Gel gyred AmericanI American I b br g gipoe grebut gspaoe space to toin rebut Charles L Woods whospace who whoin whoin in answering an8 werlng my letter in a recent is issue issue isBile sue of your papEr pSpE r concerning iha he steel steelstrike steelstrike strike he converted converte acme of my senten sentences senterces sentetcos ¬ ces...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

Tiii TiiiOLOUi f Jk ii iig g T HS COLORED C LOlmD AMfflGttCAfl AMEIt AN WAB1tINGtOlt i1 CL = > = o < y t 1be Colored American Americantoy e 1 Publlahed by rHE HE CQIKJSZB CeLO AHEBICAH Pub Publishing Publlsb1Dg ¬ lishing Company CompanyA 4i i A NATIONAL NEGRO d NEWSFABEB NEWSFABEBFntollskta 4 SPAPER SPAPERPublllhtd i 3 Fntollskta FAbliah d every Saturday at 459 0 CSt St N W WWashington WWashington WWashington Washington D C CSUBSCRIPTION cSUBSORIPTION CSUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES RATESOne RATESOne RATESr r i One year f > 200 200Six 200SIx 2 2rnonthe oft Six rnontheL months monthsThree 110 110Three L k Three months 60 60XNVAKIABLY 60INV 60j j XNVAKIABLY INV TA T TABLY A RL Y IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADV ANOE ANOE8nb8cr1ptloDII NQE NQEk k Subscriptions Sub onPtiona may be sent by postot postoffice postofficemoney poatoffl08money oe oemoney money order xpress or by registered letter letterAll leterAU letterX11 ° All cosmmnications 00 mmunicad mmunicadbe ons for forp...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

7 j jOL1D ftm OL1D AMEiC AMERtOAN A IT ffAR1JfO ABBIfiOllMtb Si 9 LI = A AWritten At t the the Cemetary ce m etar y Gate GateWritten Gatewritten I Written tor The he Colored American Americani flood alone alor e at the old wide gave gaveWhere gatere gaeWhere i re Uriel and an < 1 Death passed pas d In InAnd inAnd InADd Where found foundWhere foundWhere foundp foundWhere now was And narked IIlQrk p d how sorrow Where lately J y hd b d been beenI beenhusband husband raise his hands handsimploringly handsI haudsImploringlY I PAW theImplorangly the imploringly on high highAS highds hIghAS hone one ai gel formdraw form formAnd tormAnd AS It to reaih rea h And draw it from the sky skyI widows broken heart heartIn heartIn heartI I knew knewIn the a was bowedduce bowed bowedSince bowedSince In sg ny Ute held dear to her herW herWaq herWa Since all 11 that with the shroud shioudIheardthe shroudeard W Wa Waq covered Ieroln cry cryyt cryFir pierci mothers > 1 Iheardthe lr heard eard the ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

1 C v vSEE 10 SEE COLORED A3fEESCAH JlK R1CAN WAs tON J5J j4 8 = C h I L Every Everybody E e body d Eats EatsCOREYS EBtsCORBYS E t tti COREYS + + BOTHERS + BREAD BREADldS BREADIt s4 ldS It is is easily the best bread in in the world It is isare isare is isi istitre i ti are and wholesome and is the greatest strength strengthTf stren2thTine t r Ts Tf Tine ng food you can eat Mothers Bread is sold by byr byn n r 1 a thousand grocers in this city Try it itCorbys itCorbys itDorbyS Corbys Modern B leery leeryWHOLESALE ketyD + 5 5 5w 5a w D DA a IEEOIl3 I IWHOLESALE I A WHOLESALE MANUFAOTURI rFAOTURPG U URETAIL G and andRETA1L RETAIL RETA1LCONFECTIONER RETAILCONFECT10NE CONFECTIONER CONFECT10NE CONFECT10NEouthwest I 523 23 43 4 Street tree treeWASEIT Southwest SouthwestWASHINGTON SouthwestW i WASHINGTON W WASEIT ASBINGTO N GTON T D C CWedding cWedding Cs s Wedding C Cakes akes Made and andParties andPartIes CParties Parties Furnished at atShort atShort ati i Short Notice NoticeIce NotIceI...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

1 i i iJ icoLRE1i J t X XHlB l ltHt tHt HlB COLOEElJ AMERICA AMERICAN AMmUCANW WASIIIQTOId BHIGTON D A d 9 1tc 1tcb 1fix b 50 YEARS YEARSEXPERIENCE YEARSXPERIENCE YEARSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCETRADE EXPERIENCETRADE XPERIENCETRADE o TRADE MARKS MARKSDESIGNS MARKSdt MARKSDESIGNS dt DESIGNS DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS COPYRIGHTS c ciiva5 CA cnvnne n nvnne ne sendirig 3Pndt lg a n sketch sket h and description mas masr ma ma11k A iiva5 rcrtnn r c rt tin our opinion free whether ar arl arQ JY Q 11k Communica CommunicaI l probably pro proois hably patentable Mtion ion is n mc 1 lIt = = I s At t terry t ly confidential coutldenthilHandbook Handbook Hnndbo k on Patents PatentsIplPt PAtentseent Patentst ois ns t or securinfrpatenta securing patent patents plltcntlipllt3 IplPt f free re Oldest asency ft cncy 6 eent taken tfirouph t rouch Mimn Co receive recelvpPf L 1 lipllt3 it il rents e lit9 vitisuit nhprira in the thefur theStj ther theCiifk rtoattu < wi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

12 i D nI OoLoREDzmcA tiVLOBED T OA WASHIHGfONj n 3 iUo F4 F4a 2 4 a < J = < s s The contest which is is to take t place placeOctober placeOctober placeOctober October 2i 4 and 25 o between Prince nce Hall HallLodge HallLodge HallLodge i z Lodge No 14 and Eureka Lodge e No NopromIses F 5 promises promIses to be far more exciting exci exciting tin o Yo Y I L than the t h e contest c ntest of last 1 year Both of ofthe ofthe ofthe the lodges are re well v ell officered ofl cered with withyoung withr ith ithyoung r young men whose whos abilities in the ritu ritualistic ritualistic rituc ¬ alistic c work ork of the order has been dem demonstrated demonstrated demonstrated ¬ onstrated to the satisfaction of allThe all allThe allThe The contest is to be on conferring c nferring of ofthe ofthe ofs s the first degree and it is is to be ho hoped hopedand hopedand pad padand and expected that every Mason will willavail willayaH willavail avail himself of the opportunity of see seeing see...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

j 1t W LOR1ID MER1CAJ A t i W AsmNGT01i i n 18 18j 1 < i j 1 it iliIP 311p1 R BEFORE BEFORE USING FREE TO ALL ALLWho ALLAdveiseMeut Who win Answer tbis AdvortisoIDcnt AdveiseMeutt AdveiseMeutThe ot OncG OncGGreat t The Great GreatI GreatMagnetic I t Magnetic Brush i iraof it6 Of cS 78 roSpar in ina a Spar per This marvelous invention = with the aid of LUSTERONE the undisputed monarch of all Hair Tonics and Hair Straighteners Straightenersstraightens Straightenerspay B pay straightens Kinky Nappy Knotty Harsh Stubborn Refractory Curly Hair Electricity is Life I < ife The great MAGNETIC BRUSH has hasno I Ir r ryear year r F no equal in stimulating and causing the hair to grow long straight fine and luxurious It kills all the germs and humors so sodangerous I v vdangerous > M dangerous to the health of the scalp and the hair LUSTERONE is the unquestioned king of all Hair Tonics It not only causes it to togrow II Y YGreen ri riN III long and andstraight mining your hair hairfor...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

v vr l r 14 a fim COLORED AHERiCNf5 h hci W ASmNGTONj n C1 ci = 1 8 CIi3I eB r er 18 B IISI EJJ IIIfB Ell t fri ifii ifiiI p I R 1BE NeT DBeBIYBOlc t g gTO RT TO ° THE COLOR OLOREDPEOP ED PEOPLE E OF AMERICA AMERICAi MERICAI i i t King lng of all I Hal Tair r Tonl0S t tze d IK IKt ze N t I < I fJJ fJJD fJJI Q fJJQ D I t A Recognizing R ecognl a ahairstraightener ng the t h e fact that there are many y SOCALLED hairgrowers s and andj j i hairstraighteners s now on the market and knowing knowln to a certainty certain that man manJX many manyi a JX i i of oi these are frauds pure ere and simple we wish to make a straightforward straightforwardli If w li honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In Inthe Inhe the t he year r 1871 our late secretary s lf Moore through a fortunate fortunater r l6 j circumstance acquired the receipt for OZONO ZONO It was not offered for salefA sale salet fA t or purchase to any extent nntill875 until 1875 when it was put upon the mar...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

J I T f ftE COLORED AMERICAN S WASHISGTON > n6 13 i = 0 fl F N65 AiAfli o 9UY 9UYTIIINII1BYMYPE0aSt 1 1CLAIRV01ANT TIIINII1BYMYPE0aSt TIIINII1BYMYPE0aStpEWOATiWPfi pEWOATiWPfi pEWOATiWPfiMauri Mauri eJoYc eJoYcompaiivfP ompaiivfP ompaiivfPt II t r w s oPaa Ywrerenw 4 4CLAIRVOYANT CLAIRVOYANT CLAIRV01ANTAND AND ASTROLOGIST Life from cradle cradleto to grave Gives Give5names Givesnames Give Givenames names in full of ofthose ofthose ofthose those you have or orwill orwill orwill will marry causes causeshappy causeshappy causeshappy happy marriage to tothose tothose tothose those you desire desireunites desireunites desireunites unites those sepa separated separated separated ¬ rated never failsIf fails failsIf failsIf If you are in doubtas doubt doubtas doubtas as to the outcome outcomeof outcomeof outcomeof of any under undertaking undertakingin taking takingin in business social socialor socialor or domestic life lifesickness lifesickness lifesickness sickness divorces divorcesse...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

a 16 am I I a c = J THE CdAJUCTER OF THE MAN MANlion MANWon lion John P P Green of Ohio Pays an anEloquent anfr j jV fr V Eloquent Tribute to the La e President Presidentat residentat at a Meeting at Lincoln diem fm > rial rtalsj i ir sj sjY r Church in this City CityThe The Oiher Sideof Side Sideof Y of the < he Dead President PresidentThe Pres dent dentli J JThe Ji li 3 ri i 4 r ti The colored peojle peO p eo i 13 of Wasbi Washington rtgton rtgtonheld 1 1held held a a memorial meeting at Lincoln Lincolaa 2 2Memorial lif Memorial emon1 a church r Thursday i evento evening even ng g gi 1 1September i September 18th in honor of the la laPresident e ePresident 1 President Will W dl am McKinley A lrge lrgeand 1lrgeJ litgend J and nd representative reprece att a gathering way wa pre preent pres present prest ¬ t ent JP Plot of L M Hersbaw called calif d hemeeting tbe tbemeeting tbeme meeting me tlng to order ord r and was made Ilia i1e the theprestding j jpresiding J presiding ofi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

r rm rmo J j o p p1O T TfIgWzz NA4w 1O fIgWzz I = z R Rl1 7 I l1 c p 3 u Q Qj j ii E6c un e eI I i ij r j r G1 A AK K O OSir Sir SirqOL a > qOL jOL 9 NO 27 WASHINGTON D DO O SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS A TRIBUTE TO TOMeetings MKINLEYMeetings MKINLEY MKINLEYMtetings Meetings at the Episcopal Churches Ch urcbes o oWilmington 0Wlmln oWilmington Wilmington Wlmln ton N C Ctollector Collector Danc Dancy Y YEloquent s sEloquent sEloquent Eloquent Eulogy on the Life and Ser Services SeTvices Services ¬ vices of the Late Wm McKinleyWilmington McKinley McKinleyWilmington McKinl y yV Wilmington V lmington N C CSpeclalThurs CSpeclalThursduy Special Thurs Thursday j jday day September 19th the MethodistE1h Methodist MethodistEpiscopal IethodistEphcopal Episcopal E1h copal churches of this city in com compliance compliance coinPHance ¬ pliance with the directions of BishopWatson Bishop BishopWatson Bishopatson Watson atson held memorial services at the thedifferent thedifferent th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

Z i if r f t aeci = tiia tiiat ft fti C c > < aF I I WABIriIiGN n Q Ql t l i ° t aFf f i 2 7 lt1m COLORED A1t H y C ro I i i FREEDOMS S HEROINE HEROINEA HERO IN E EFund i Y A Fund for Aunt Harriet Tubman Whose WboseLife WhoseLife Whose Life was Given to the Emancipation Emancipationof I 4 i or of o her Racei RaceEditor Race RaceEditor RaceEditor I Editor of The Colored American AmericanA AmericanAc Ameri anA anAit i iirfew c 2 j it irfew weeks ago I sent out an appeal in inbehalf inbebatf 1 r behalf of Aunt Harriet Tubman that thatremarkable thatj a j remarkable woman of our race now liv living livin ¬ 1 1 ing in in Auburn N Y who baa de devoted deR4 devoted R4 c voted her life to helping others I toldr told toldhow old oldbOWBhe r how bOWBhe she piloted more than 300 slaves slavesto slaEsto slaoesto to freedoms soil the part art ehe played playedas J as assY spy p scout and hospital nurse for forthe for4h forthe J 4h the Union Army Arm in 2n the Civil war andi and andthe andt...

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. — 5 October 1901

a t ro u f r mE OOLOR tJ AMEIOAIT AMER CAli 6 WASHINGTON I D Os S Sr r r i = < 47 Tc LIEUT T P L > OAKMOUCHE OAKMOUCHEA A MCE MCEVeteran I I A Veteran of the Spanish SpanishAmerican S p anish American War CRESCENT STATE POLITCISThe POLITCIS POLITCISThe J The Maser Mas er Butcher Butch r of Ft Pillow the theRepublican tbgRepublican tb e eRepublican Republican Leader in Louisiana PoliticsThe Politics PoliticsThe PoliticsThe The New President PresIdentThe The Growth of ofAnarchy ofAnarchyThe ofAnarchyThe Anarchy AnarchyThe The Negros LoyaltyEditor Loyalty LoyaltyEditor LoyaltyEditor Editor Colored American The handof hand handof handof of Anarchism has struck once more at atLiberty atLiberty Liberty The asaaaination of President PresidentMcKinley PlesidentlcKinley PresidentMeginley McKinley is another blot recorded on onthe onthe onthe the history of this great country I am amproud amproud proud indeed to know that the Negro Negrohas Negrohas Negrohas I has never raised his hand ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

0 0 0G o r 0 > < C 4 a JTT G f fj I c I T 7 1 j r w Jt i t 1 X J 4 fHS COLORED AMERICAN AImlUO Ns s WASHINGTON D DO DOIi a aJTT Ii T J 1 1r ljfJt l l r m mOJ OJ T r I zF zFI K a I Iat t is most gratifying to note the therenewed therenewed thet t renewed interest in Masonic circles re resulting resulting rerjS ¬ rjS sulting from cooler weather and from fromthe fromthe fromt t the return to their homes of the many manybrethren manybrethren tez1 f brethren who have been out of the thecity thecity l city during a afor the summer on business or orfor orfor for recreation This was especially especiallynoticeable especiallynoticeable especiallyE E noticeable on Tuesday night last lastwhen lastwhen lastwhen when Social Lodge No No1 1 conferredthe conferred conferredthe conferredthe the degree of Master Mason upon five fivecandidates fivecandidates fivecandidates a r candidates Such an outpouring ofa of ofthe ofthe the brethren has ha not been seen these thesemany thesemany thesemany m...

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

r 0 07r > 1 1m OOJotJ A OAl WAS Grolt D 0 T a 7r r rMR LE MR JAMES B PARKER PARKERMr PARKERam1n Mr James J mes Benjamin B l1Jamin n am1n Ia Parker rker the Ye hero of the Buffalo tragedy bra erly who will wi1l8liea wi1l8lieaat speal spea speaat at Metropolitan A ttL M E Church Moid Monday raY evening October 7ih 7Ehat 1 0 0 u liDRIDaU THE BLACK ROSIUSlie ROSIUS ROSIUSJhe ROSIUBIhe lie Greatest Tragedian of Mi time DRESSMAKING ACADEMY ACADEMYThe The MLe t t a i Lam Orton Famous French Perfec PerlecEvenings Perfection Perfection tion Tailor System Mme 3 J A S 3m m allwoo Sole Agent ent 1518 Madison street northwest northwestMorning northwestMorning Morning class from rom 9 a m to 1 p m mA mAfternoon A Afternoon class 2 to 51 lam > m daily Evenings Iron 780 to 10 oclock oclockm oolookMondays oclockMondays Mondays vi2yS Wednesdays and Fridays dress dressmakers does doesmakers dressmakers s makers m and ladles who wish to do their OWE OWEdressmaking OWIldressmaklc owndress dressmak...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

J 5 ijfK S Xyy3 j i < C 2 Z 5Yfr 5Yfrm m t iliD Ad1t A f W Sl1r GT fi 1 2 1 a < > It L i iJ1 tt J1 J1i1r 1 J1t t i1r i1rfr r n na fr frI frp I p a t E f 44 We cannot bring the heavenly powers to us nsfbut 4 that fbut If we will only choose our jobs in directionS direction3in j l y t lihut fm in to which they travel they will undertake underta e them with withfgreatest withrJ witheatest rJ f fgreatest J eatest pleasure 1 > leasureEmerson leasureEmersonf Emerson EmersonThe EmersonItj ti f The average NeglO7J Negio I l remarked an anindividual anj a n nb Itj j b ifh J Jindividual individual in our presence reeence somewhat somewhattrecen Borne ba baf < 1 f trecen rcen r cen j Iy l l hates land he wont nave have a itJ iti it it5lf J r lt f 5lf i f he can avoid it and if by b any an ohanee ohaneeJand 11 15i Jand comes into his possession he pro proGeeds pron pros n tr1 w t tneeds needs to get rid of it as soon as a s possi possif possi6f possip p ps ossi + p f s frLble frL...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

r f tD or 1 D 4MEBCA W GtJOB n f r 1 l Jb L t below extracts from fromletter a aletter n printing I am r letter written by byeny Mr JlrJ John Jhn L Perkfiuoi PerkfiuoiDOW Perktn Pelkt 1 onletter oD oDnoW DOW IIO of Allegheny Ail h eny Pa A to o the editor ofof o otlllS ot otthIs The l3tter is s full of sound soundEense soundthis thIs paperTie paperTie6eb69 paptf pa paEecs9 Eecs9 and practical wisdom and tellsgome tells teH3some tellsome Mr Mrperkineon Mrrkinean fIr fIrPerkinson some plain every day truths tru th was one of the first sub subBcriben subscribers subPe perkineon rkinean to The Colored C C9L oiored American whetrtbere when wherit whenit 9L 9LIt scribers rtbere it was s established eet bliehed ha in Washington W Asbington near nearly nearly nearl ego and hag not orly OL Y paicHisiwafcnhacripuon paid paidbiB Palt Palthla years ly l nine but haa obtained obtainedmany obtainedmany inbcription ubcr ipLion Hisiwafcnhacripuon biB < wn wW p many other subscribers sub subarmy ...

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