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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

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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. — 5 October 1901

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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. — 5 October 1901

r TT iiiii i f 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D CSUPPLEMENT MM rf L H j and if he wished to pursue the rudestmechanical rudest rudestmechanical Ud t tc tmechanical i mechanical calling he was was compelled compelledto compelledt1Ak compelled c to pay 10 a year No such1t such fees were wereexacted weret werei > 1t 0 exacted of white men menj meni ment menLOUISLArv t1Ak + t t i + i i t > j LOUISLArv LOUISIANA LOUISIANAv A AAt C v At the fh very moment when the Thir Thiri ThirWninth 4 r i Wninth tninth ninth Congress was assembling a sembhng toconsider to toconsider toconsider consider the condition of ot f the he Southern SouthernStates SouthernStates SouthernStates States and the whole Thole subject of theirreconstruction their theirreconstruction theirreconstruction reconstruction it was found that a bill billwas billJ billt was pending in the Legislature ofE of ofLouisiana J t Louisiana providing that everyadult everyadultf every adult adultfreedman adultfreedman E s r 7 w...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

a r i id f d ° ntl i v r 1 1I 1i 1THE c I = = + t > < i < r THE COLORED AMERIeAN v W SHINGTON IJ + CSU P L E T 3 S r 0 tl 9 R L industry 111t1Jat 1 done their the i part on on1J1e the tarn111t1Jat tarn farplin in n the thee r mines ines rind wherever herever else ls the then they theyjrn jrn lill e found eU1ployment eulplo ment I quote fronl fron fronlill 111 Il ad actarc dress ress I delivered dehce I ec a few ivollthIl months monthsnc in Ala labaIlla balun balunDuring nc 1 arc oiuetee nineteeth th century cot cottol1 cotIullll Iullll During the t he has be been eiz the largest lalbe 5t single S i ll nle artil artiCheiz artilf ills tol1 1 frolll the United Stites Stitesf St tes tesThere f e1 exportation 1 lot lollop cottonexported cottonexportedthan etportec etportece been bee n 1110re cotton bas = e There 111 l other sln single < 1 e cOlllnlodity c 01llll10dit S Stitan al although ttIln any ln 3 than e es portatio ortatioil 1 o on f fw h in 1898 th t e I Ii though n h ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

F tJm MEB1C5AH WMBDGJf < q D I 9 THE CON CONNETICUT NETICUT NEWS NEWSThe NEWSr NEWSGave 11 11I 11The r I The tit A D S and L Socety Gave Ga a Most MostSuccessful Mostsuccessful Successful Succt SucctA ssfuI Concert and Entertainment EntertainmentA A Young Teacher Goes to CubaAken Cuba CubaA CubaACbleken A AChieken Chieken ChIE ChIEt ken Supper SupperGeneral General News Notes Notesr l ll lAnlonla r it i l t = brit Anlonla ours Conn Cann1 Special Sp PpclalThe clalThe The A AD AD D 8 and L Society gave a pleasant pleasantoojceit pleasantCOJceJ P Pinmeht leasant oojceit COJceJ 0 01cez t and entertainmeht enterta inmeht at the A M ME ME E Zion church last week w ek and an ex excepiionfcl exoepd 0Q E0Q cepiionfcl oepd e runs1 nlsl good time was w we as had The e pro programme proscramme ¬ consisted of oftie oft gramme gtammtea e for the evening 0 aing by Miss BQB BQBaleEtaondswith BessIe tie t a following f1ll3w to g Opening Fe aleEtaondswith sIe ElIL EdnB ondg o nd with an organ eclo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

r 1 7 < d 4 tt fi fit t f f 1 1BQB C0LG fLUD lU E1U E O N w AS l G70N G70NI s Ih I fi < r > t L < p THE NATIONS GRIME CRIMEProf GRIMEProf GRIMES GRIMEProf S Prof B Bir Booker Booker ocker t Washingtons Sweeping SweepingT Sweepi Sweeping g gG ir T Comment G comment nul1ent on the Buffalo Tragedy TragedyThe TragedyTheRecord TragedyThev The TheRecord v Record of Lynchings LynchitigsIts Its GrowthJ Growthuskegea Growth GrowthTuakegee GrowthTuskegee t J Tuakegee Als t Sept 23 23J 3901 3901Editor 1901Editor 9Pl 9Plro ro Editor The Advertiser AdvertiserMob Advertiserltlob Advertiserrule v f Mob bl ob obanent rule is is destructive of all govern governmerit government merit These Thesei Theseen are the words jnst spok spoken spoken ¬ i en by b Y the thejl Hon Adlai E Stevenson StevensonIn jl In the midst of the season of deepest deepestgrief deepestgrief deepestreef t grief g reef when the heart of a nation is shed sheddine shedajn dine ajn tears of sorrow as perhaps it has hasn...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

t r I t 0 c < It j < s n i t i 60LOEIJ eOL tE l AMERICAS AIi RICAN A GTON OH B n 0 0 L il t r M remedy re Y for Gleet Gleetlandard Standard landard S Gonorrh Gonorr hoes a and RunnIngs ftunnl n gs EJ UU UUfAt 11Y 11YH Kid H 48 HOURS KOU KOUgIPANS RS Cures fAt pl d et Troul TrouliP iP iPR1IM R1IM gIPANS gIPANSn n f fOne bad health that R I P A N A m1 m1TIl willa TIl a case > s relict No matter matterwhats matterwhatstt whats whatsy ° One Slces gin tt y t b nt µ t 111 it do you good A cure will re reC ret reraer one C t raer r are tClllowtd f rllow c They The y banish pain paine a t tt uUr tet10nA uunRaro rolon life Sold at aU drug stores storesy y 1 e sleep cant prolon P q Be e sure to get the genuine genuineI genuineAce f r Ace Ten samples and a aand t i RubsUtutes Aubstit utes ya I t be fooled fooledya tflumoniI11s oled monials hy will he mailed to anyac anyacs any ad ad5fr t s and ttiv forwarded to the Bt Ripans RipansiO ltJpansr ans d 5fr t tm1ca1 r ComJan1 five flrettiv...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

t e 4 i d Wr f2 < mBOOLO HS CGLQKB9 DAJIDIOAl WASmNGTOB 1 n n1tt 1tt j u L + tIf DR R J E SHEPARD SHEFAKDRaleigh HE PA RD I Raleigh Ehrth Nc rth Carolina Car of na nat N t < SOUTHERN SOUTH ERN POLITICS POLITICSThe POLL POLITICSt TICS TICSi i t Y The Siuaion Si ua uaion ion Sou h as Viewed V ieved b by Dr J JE JE JE E Shepherd the Young North Caro Carolina Carai ¬ i 1 ling Leader LeaderGreat Great Faith m i n the New NewPresident Nevt NewPresident t President PresidentC Current rrent Topics Discusstd DiscusstdDr DiscuSSldj Disc asstd 4 i j Dr James E Shepard the brilliant brilliantyoung brillianti brilliantyoung i young Republican of o the old North NorthState NorthState NorthState State was in In the city a few hours hoursthis hoursf hoursthis f this week and at the request of oiv oivreporter OL oLttC 4 C IrJ I y reporter r gave out the following cr state statements statements ¬ s c cz z ments i 3 mentsWhat What Is the attitude 3 of the Repub Republican RepubBcan RePublican ¬ ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

G fir i y Y filE OOLOltED AM AMERICANa BBICAN WASHINGTON 1 ft ft 18 PARKER IN BALTlMpBB BALTlMpBBThe BALTIMORE BALTIMOREThe The Hero Heroan 0 of the theBuffalTra theBuffaloTrageaY Buff aloTrageay eay Speaks to toin ton Enthusiastic Audience in In the OrioleCatMiss Oriole OrioleCity OrIoleltY in n CatMiss City ltY y yRush Miss Vlurphy urUhY the Recipient ot a aRush aRush Rush Call canBishop J Bishop Handy out Again AgainIn AgainIn Againthe In InBa1Jimcre the Social World WorldBaltocre WorldBalimcre Baltocre Md Special 8pec 1The = The nameof name nameof nameof of James B Parker shall forever live in inthe intbe inthe the annals of American history Theand The Theraceatd Tilerace raceatd race and the century which he has honed hon honored honored ¬ ored ed by his brave heroic sn and < 1 patriotic patrioticdeed patrIoticdeed Astrioticdeed deed in saving President McKinley McKinleyfriminptant McKinlpyfrDl McKinleyfr fr friminptant frDl ni instant death will wiI l keep alive i in inthe ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

Yy s sr e eY i S j j a r f a l 7 7a trom > > 1H V A f tVOt ttWOftOO dt dtJ7 L Y J7 = 1 r u 8 s Oh OhI IIIC 1Iir C C1GBE = CIiI I 21 os E IIiiiS r 1GBE NeT DECEIVED DECEIVEDjs l I It y 4 4j1 j1 js I I t TO TO THE TM T E COLORED COLOR ED PEOPLE PEOPL EJ OF AMERICAl AMERICAlair AMEIICA AMEIICAKing A M FR ICA ICAi i kr 4 King O f 5 11 H air ir Tonios I II I KingezeNe 6 6i i il ezeNe Z N tr < I bJ bJt c bJc t t r 1 I f i J l FORE I AFTER BEFORE AFTER 1 c J i t i i Recognizing the fact fa t that there are man many t SO 8 t CALLED hairgrowers and andhirstraighteuers I 9 1 hirstraighteuers now on the market and knowing to a certainty that many manyof man manh I h f of c cI f these are frauds pure and SiiJ simple le we wish to make a straightforward straightforwardL I y J L honest statement Btkt n nt to the colored race through this great great paper In Inf n nt 1 t 11 f the year 1871 our late secretary Mrs S M Moore through a B fortunate fortuDateJt a Jt 3 circumstance acquired the...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

3J 1 1 r t T j I j t tJ c r fIU 1 0 I < c > N ti tiBE J > t = BE OOLOItXD AMERICANs 1fAS G lN f if ifi > j t 1 r i iiJ F IIielli IIielliQ7IS Q7IS AY 9Lbg OF NY NYTNDVbByAMIp5tOf TNDVbByAMIp5tOf TNDVbByAMIp5tOfME7 BKACZQ P Dt C C711E ME7 711E ys paw5 paw5iiLl iiLl JlAithfiz seSiacBmtaw i ° l sraerawpaR2 sraerawpaR2AIRvoYANT CLAIRVOYANT CLAIRVOYANTAND AIRvoYANT AIRvoYANTAND AND ASTROLOGIST Life from cradle cradleto cradleto to grave Givesnames Gives Give5names Givesnames names in full of ofthose ofthose ofthose those you have or orwill orwill orwill will marry causes causeshappy causeshappx causeshappy happy marriage to tothose tothose tothose those you desireunites desire desireunites desireunites unites those sepa separated separated separated ¬ rated never failsIf fails failsIf failsIf If you are in doubt doubtas doubtas as to the outcome outcomeof outcomeof outcomeof of any undertaking undertakingin in business social socialor socialor or domestic life lifesickness lif...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 October 1901

= 1 1 1i 1L Ii L < L i I A au tt J c 16 C V aJ iCI1f S 1 TZ ir He FseisaFraud FseisaFraudSomeone is a Fraud FraadSomeone Fraudfc + fc Someone who signs his name uJno uJnoWilcox Jno JnoWilcox7J Jnoy y Wilcox Wilcox7J is eonvaesing convassin the saloons in invarious Invarlons ins various parts parthimself s 0 or r the cifey ci crt y representing representinghimself representinghImself repr ea entirag himself as the agent of The ColoredAmerican Colored ColoredAmerican CuloredAmerican American We have no such aentand agent asjentand agentand Y and the pubI c 13 warned W lrned against pay paying paying ¬ t ing subscriptions aub3cri ions to parties who are areconvassing areconvassing arei i i convassing c0nvaEsin a for new subscriptions su Do Donot Donot DoA Donot I A not pay any sub suh3oriPLion caption bill unless Ifc Ifccomes ifcomes = comes from t tt e office officeTown ffiJe ffiJeTown ffic ffict t I I Town Topics TopicsSt < U St Lukes second outing ontiu was a grand grandsucces...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 October 1901

ct ctS S 1 1l li I l i 0 0c c rygcIi t 0 t tf tJ r L 3 f J tt tti ttvOL I II I i 17 I i iT I JI7nil7 A1I k 4 T I i T j r1fl f I M ii W WVOL i ii f I i it t V H1 hI i iS50 I IIpNAL I y ySPA S50 IpNAL G A SPA P PH1 i K VOL V 9 NO 2 28 WASHINGTON DO D Q SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 121901 190L PRICE FIVE CENTS v vT 1 e The Me oi Darlington DarlingtonA i i ii iA i T t tA A South Carolinian Who has been beenat at the theParty theParty theParty I Party Helm for Twen TwenY ywo wo Years Y aTs A APolitician Apolitician Aomdt Politician Poh PohGreat Ician1 a Diplomat Dip1 Diplom omdt t and anda a Leader of ofGreat ofl oflGreat < < Great Force of Chapter Chat acterHIS His Leader Leadership LeaderShIP Leadership ¬ ship Endorsed EndorsedColumbia EndorsedColumbia 1 1 1I 1OOlUlllbin I Columbia S C CEdnlund Edmund H Dea Deathe Deatbe Deathe the Republican State Chairman was wasin wasin washi in the city 3 yesterday este l dn 1 on his way va r to toWashington to1ashington toWashington Washington where ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 October 1901

J o fit fitP t P i INl ft ftDGtLAJA i i t THE II DGtLAJA m COLOSSEB COTlI YTJ 1 > > ED AMEKKJAK A A 1TJICA nA J W wASBmGTOIt ACU 1fULVLt Vs VI i 1 r iJ iJr 9 r TxE yro t ris gv i i1tr 1tr l < l k L An angel robed in spotless white whiteBent whiteI whiteJ I J Bent down and kissed the sleeping sleepingnight sleepingnight sleepingf f night nightNight nIghtit i iNight it l Night woke oke to blush blus the spirit was wasgone wasd wasgone 4 4Men JJ It d F gone J A t Men Me n saw Sft th lira blush and called ca led it itDawn itDa 1 Dawn DaYllt Da il t J 4 I I DUNBAHThis DU DUNBAH DUNBARj BAR j hi h hV V iThis This is the season when club work workagain 1 t 3 again takes possession of minds in interested int intJ ¬ l tJ t terested in this form of activity andi and andfrom andn n i t from the amount of good work k accomlished accom accomplished accomt1 ¬ t1 pUshed lished in the past it is earnestly earnestlyh6j earnestlyhoped earnestlynI hoped h6j h I2ed > ed that blt an ever inc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 October 1901

T < I < 1t1 m800LORED S 831S + 4illLil OLORED Rlili AMERICAN Is W WASHINGTON Bff NGrON R il c ile Jifl ifile rf ft l LOllfl1 LOllfl11t 1t rA Pray to be saved from your fool foolfriends foolfriends foilfriends friends friendsMilk friendsMIlk friendsMilk Milk and water friends are area a mans mansworst mansworst mansworst worst enemies enemiesWhenever enemiesWhenever enemies enemiesWhenever Whenever Booker T Washiogfconopens W Washiogfcon Waehivgtonopens a8hing on onopens opens his mouth he says something somethingThe The American published at A1 A1buvuerque Al Albuvuerque AIbuvnerque buvuerque New Mexico has suspend suspended ed What has become of Brother BrJtr Br tY er Ast Astwoods Aetwoode Astwfis woods wonderful independent church churchplaL church1pIaL churchpla plaL pla plaLA A true friend will not traducB 3 ycu ycuin yc ycuin u uin in in your absence nor will he permt permitanother permtanother permtanother another to do so soSome soSome soSome Some notoriety seekers are ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 October 1901

t tj j ti 4 mE OOLORidJ AMERIOAN vs WASHINGTON W s D a J rl j 1 i g m s i Op1e Opieead Read AH His Hiss HisOpieead Friend FridildFrom the Colored Or tor i ia = a From The Chicago NewsSyndicate NewsSyndicateI 6 4O 4OOne I i j a One of the most dEVJted friends and admirfr3 r3 of Opie R ad is a N Negro gro The Then incident which led to thIs lrien1ebip b3tweJ b twe the brilliant 8 SutheF Jutbern n writer and t reprEsentative ranr aantPti a of n the 1l TfA ffAtANA i IAAw t sbows suuw how uyw the the gneroug iDetincts In tlnots and 1 L the mental breadth readth of the novelist tri i e U um1J uwpbed ed over inbred traditions at a timeand time timeJ r J and ID a place where ench a departure d epartvra l i w vas s radical in the Extreme Here is the thestory 1 story 8S related by Mr Read to a group i j of f friendE friendEr fr endf fr r In I a the recoDsfroct recons ruction on days 1 a Nfgro lig e ro t by f y the nameof Mum nWistar Gibbs 10 x t c atelinLtIeRfekArk e l in L tle R ck Ark He sh...

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. — 12 October 1901

F I n oowmm AIWERtOA lJ W ABHmGroN n c cT e 3 T woME rs wo LD I I E C Oontinned from end page pageit f I who h 0 are now enjoying enjoyingeminence enJoYIngeminence t E it is is for f or men w eminence in life to say I had a good goodmother goodmother goodmother mother Indeed each one of us can canlook canlook canloos look back to some good woman whose whoseinfluence whoseinlluence whoseinfluence influence has helped us to becomewhat become becomewhat becomewhat what we are Let us try to impressupon impress impressupon impressupon upon the girls girls who come under our ourcare ourcare ourthat care careworld that the race yea the whole wholeworld wholeworld wholecare world can get along without every everyother everyother everyother other class of women on earth than thanwithout thanwithout thanwithout without good women for good women womenmake womenmake womenmake make good goodwives wives good mothers and andgood andgood andgood good communities If you ask how to tobe tobe togood b...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 October 1901

rTr r a > < C > 6 H f TJIE HE COL011D COt R1D AMERICAN WASHINGlOK W D ri = f ° 1 I i r Theodore Roosevelt Rooseve t as Police Commis Commissioner Commisi ¬ sioner sionerFranklin BlonertL ionerra i tL tLt t < ra i J Franklin Matthews in in the Wcrlds Work WorkMore World Worldr r k ki t i 1 f More than once I sat beside Mr MrRoosevelt Mrr MrRoosevelt 1 F Roosevelt as he presided at hearings I Ihave Ih Ihave r have h ave leen him stop to cot cOLaider aider ider how he hecould hei herr hecould i rr could be absolutely fair and his decls declsions decisions declslf lf ions bad b d instant effect as 8 result Iv I 1have Ifj fj v have been eu alone with him as one after afteranother aftert v > t another the candidates for appoint appointmeDt a appointfL PPointnaent fL t meDt came up for private examination examinationas examinationllf > llf as to their fitness Searching enquirieswould enquiries enquirieswould enqt1irlesj1 j1 t L would be put to them To one man manwho manrL...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 October 1901

fit OY2 RE AsmsiOAS A ti A WAsMGTt 1t A HmGT > N1 8 A Q 7 7v v lIUllflllnl IfIlllillRlI 111 111II BOOKS BOOKSHANOVER II 91 91IIIrlJlI1 IIIrlJlI1 IIII1IIl lIIlIJrIIII lIIlIJrIIIIHANOYER HANOVER HANOjERLowlyA Or The Persecution of the theLcwlyA theLowlyI LcwlyA S ory of theWilming on Mas Maeaacrr Massacr Mass Jackought Jack J tick Thorne is a a book that thatoufeho that011ghj thata b sacr s aacrr < ir a by ought to be in the hand of every ever Negro tfegruand N Negroand egru egruBnd It is al a athrilling athrHling in this country and white man t n thrilling recital recitemss l of the unspeakable unspeakablecrimes unspeakablecrimes crimesduring crimes mss of the white mono mon of Wilmington Wilroingtoncrimes Wilmingtonduring Wilmingtonduring during g thatof that bloody and barbarous reign reignof reignof consternation and andfear andfear andfear of terror that spread fear among amon the th thWilmin e defenceless Negrea of ofWilmington the homes homesand homesand and destroyed Wil...

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