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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

VOL 7 NO 48 THE PRESS HONORED The rummell Historical Association Gvcn Bruce Grit a Surprise A Rare Literary Fir Albany N Y Special I was the vicim of a very pleasant agreeableand ei yable surprise on my 44th birth day which occnred on lhursdfcy Febra ry 23nd inBtantThe chief conspirators In the scheme were MrB L J Mann president of the Orurnniell HIatorica Association Mibb Mary Iloyt itB origi nator MisaEva VillHm3 the hostess at whose residence the final act in the dep laid plot wa consummated while the ace stones before the fact were A J Oliver Esq who resembles a well fed and well paulpreabyterian minister the courtly and buave John D Nichols o the state library klenry A Spencer Esq director of tJruruinell Historical Adsi ciatiou Mhs Geneva Johnson of Charleston S C Mr and Mrs fai Hoyt of Cableskill N Y Mrs William Van Alstyue of Albany Miss Anna Mi ore Sir L J Mann Mr J R Fribby Mrs Florence A Bruce and others This jolly crowd kept your humble servant in blissful ignorance of th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

j t m s - M WM l 1 P n iffl J Vv - 3ffisfflsgip fzrj -- - w r u - f kt -- n 3rafi2ffira vraxraj jlt ConRIHT 1900 Bros AHtmcM frmsimv Ct The Service Building of The Pan American Fsrositkn to he Held at lie Cily of Buffalo N Y Comprising the Geneial Cfiices of the Aimy of Architects Civil Officers Fire Department Etc Who are m Continuous Service THE SERVICE BUILDING Of the Ptn Anierican Exposition to be Held at Buffalo N Y The Service Building oi the Pan American Exposition to bo held at Bullalo K Y cu tho Niagara frontier irufti May let to November 1st 1901 was the ilrst building of the Expos tion to be erected and is used by the corps of official and employees hav lug dirt ct charge of the constructive work of the Exposition The bunding which is situated on the west side of the grounds is 05 by 145V It is iu tho form of a hollow square having two stories on its ex terlor facades- and three stories on the court side The entrance which is on the form of a driveway faces the north and ...

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. — 3 March 1900

fcOP US A POSTAL CARD Tou are going out of town You have a guest visiting you Your paator is given a reception You are managing a concert You or your friends are ill An heir is born into your house hold A meeting foe a specific purpose la Your paator preachtB an st iy good sermon You buy a piece of property You are appointed to an office You know anything of general in- rereat drop us a card briefly stating the facts City Paragraphs - Mrs George H Whites condition dhows gratifying improvement Cougrestman White was recently binqueUd in New York by Gothams loading citizens Mrs Oetavia Morgan attended the eddiug of Mibs Alioe bmith her niece and Mr John Thomas at Warrenton Ya Tke numerous contingent of North Cfiioliaiana now iu Washington talk of argaalslng a North Carolina Associa tlon lira Lizzie Tyler of 1021 4th Stree aorthwesb handsomely entertained a eaterla of friends on Washingtons birthti Miss Laoy TTebb is suceeeding nicely la efcarge f tae aohool at Seat Pleas aat Md formerl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

ji jSTjiiimsgmmmBm ImWti I VI 1 II ANOTHER NEGRO HATER in ii ill I J Ut Jl M 11 111 iijr Dr Barnnger of the University of Virginia Goes Negro Mad Personals ana Other Items Charlottesville Va 8peclal In the Charlottesville Va Progress of the 22nd of February appeared one of the most caustic speeches said to have been delivered by one Dr P B Bar ringer of the University of Virginia at Charleston S C on the Future of the Negro a part of which iB as fol lows He is a liar a thief a robber gambler perhaps murderer or highway man fearing neither God nor man There Is considerable more of such un founded stuff the learned Doctor said against our people without exception In composing this correspondence I am now sitting in full viewof Monticello where reslB the remains of the immor al Thomas Jefferson and I am sure if it were possible for Jefferson to arise from hla grave and find that the grand old University of Virginia of which he is the founder has suoh a man as the chairman of its facult...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

Dr Plummers Removal rjr Kobert Plummer the enterprising outbade pharmacist whose place of Lin s has been on F street Pontil Zion Baptist church has es t tear j TQ9Qnfi Htrpot corner H street mnveu i 1- DR B F PLUMMER -- J - Wn X I soutliwc st Me lias nueu uy muou o cellont etand on this corner and invites his iegions of friends to come and see him He bae put in a full and complete line of the purest drugs and the latest arMy of everything in the drug line tive him a call A Patriotic Festival The members ol ClasB 4 of the Metro politan Baptist Sunday School enter tained their teacher Mr Daniel W Chaso and a few friends w ith a Patri otic Festival on TliurPily the 22nd from 4 to 830 at the residence of Maggie J onion 1019 1 street northwest The program eonsistui f choice essays on Eminent Negroe by Maggie Jordan Idelia Maith Jeacnette Joidan a class history by Rosa Washington a class prophecy by Louise Washington and a f u tnm letter by Charlotte West A very Ioice vccil selection was ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

BwjSi II 1 i j tfi iSMfL 1 t 2 JMwihYwJfltRsJCsJ 1 fiftl T ffvl fl t aifl ii km r Vfrrffcr333 v i ro i ff Bf r I1 IS 1 iiliwlfli II 1 1 tin ft lit r it i m ft 1 North Street Baptist Church Balti more Rev Harvey Johnson pastor has 3 100 members There are 3 1 chaplains in the United States Army Four of them are colored receiving a salary of 1 500 a year O oe or the ablest divines in the State of Virginia is Kev R fl Hollis who is successfully pastoring the largest church at Floyd Court House Commander Booth Tucker of the Balvation Army has been visiting a number of S mthern cities with the purpose of inaugurating that plan of Mufiion woik am lag tha Negroes of ths South The First Afiican Baptist Church Sivannah Gi Rev E K Love D D pastor celebrated its 113th auniversary recently Tnis is net only the oldest Colored Baptist Church in America but also the largest in membership Bev George Bragg of Baltimore has revived the Ohurco Advocate pub lished in ths interest of the colored Episcopa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

MRSROSdTTAE LAWSON Thr Energetic National of the W U T U Returns flm a Highly Successful Trip inrough Three States Social Attentions Bestowed 1 oetta E Lawson National nriuerV C T TJ has just re turcd home from aa Eastern cam- iU tbo interest of the extension of flV In and principles of the organ- L n m to which she has given most of the A rk of her life Lane meetings wtr held in New York City Jersey Cin ewarb and Philadelphia through ttrh there were about one hundred to the pledge one Union hav organized in Dr Franklins in en cLrb 10 h and Bleeber Sis New Key Charles Dickersons y rfe one in Much in Newark one at a Quaker h A I J Miaslm in Wet wrht New York and the promise of a most enthusiastic orgaciatfor m the Cherry St Baptist Church Rev William A Credltt pas tor Philadelphia Aire Lawson was the recipient of uutf iaded courtesies from hosts of friend- was entertained during the inn r part of her visit by Mrs Flor ence Randolph of Jersey City who is auainund hostess in every resp...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

m S Tbe Colored American PabUehed by ih Colored auebjcan 1u b Isblng Company A NATIONAL KEOKO NENSlAPEB Pnb lshed every Saturday at 9 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Bix months Three momha If 200 - 110 60 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may De sent Dy postofflce mocey order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not aedfessarlly lor publication but as a guar antee of good faith We solicit news contributions opinion6 and in fact all matters affecting the raoe Y e frill not pay for matter however unless It U ordered hy ub All matter intended for p abdication must reach this office by Wednes dny oX each week to insure Insertion in the current Issue flaAB61118 are wanle1 everywnere Send or atructlons For Sftle by all Jifws Dealers ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements S2 per square lnon per Inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Bntered at the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

THE PRESS HuNORED fC ulinued from First Page 0ilr Muaryl4th tbe Henry High and tf rnett Branch No 4 A P L Le literary and musical a Lruunment in the Hamilton Street m L church the proceeds of which fflreiiuallj divided between the Con Id Baptist church and the Hamilton c V M E church The amount reali 3 36- ad 6me C6DtS TDe maaical and literary program was direction of Mr John D under tbe NicbuHaud was earned out in tbe creditable manner by the talent mo t director The first and its accomplished -was an address nvmberon tbe program T Jobnson of Concord by Rev A Baptirt churoh setting forth the object of the A P L 2 Piano solo by Miss M E Dweey 3 Paper by Alexander Simpson Esq 4 Solo Miss Mabel Waters Sing me a song of the Sunny baritone solo BjutL 5lrhePalmB Mr John D Nichols 6 Paper In dutml Edacation Miss A H Moore the Matinee J hu D 7 Flute solo NchoK Eq 8 Paper The Negro Bjldier in the Wars of the Republic jhu E Bruce Tue audit nee was very gencrcus with its applause for bjth tbe...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

f H it - mm- M m I f i ii msr - M 10 THE MILLENIUM WOULD BE REACHED If R Henri Strange iwould play Hamlet In bloomers insted of tights picked before they attained their growth If men in search of a good time could only learn when they have had enough If our hjgh 3alaried yound men would marry our sweet and willin young girls and settle down to eome useful pursuit If all Congressmen as guilty as Robert could be expelled from the Capitol chamber If the seat of the North Carolina legis lature could be moved from Raleigh to Jugtown If colored employers wojld learn that the reprehensible practice of knocking one employee to emphasize the worth of another ib the surest and quickest method of demoralizing a business If ten branch Afro American Coun cils could be organized in the District of Columbia If the Negro would spend more for bread and books and less for whiskey and tobacco If yellow journalism could be crushed out If arrangements are so made for the District primaries that one man ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

THE MIGHTY PEN stKI pt s and Pens That Sled Some Ir nesting Facts About Pens The a d Pen is of ancient orjgiD with which acd means aa intrument unting 13 done or engraving executed THer ere made of divers materials rarylng mtb the maierial upon which the characters and letters were to be traced Upon lard substances Bcch as stone or tallPate a graver of steel was ed the same which in the book of REV J HARVEYA2sDERS0N JoFiaciUedAnIon Pen Elt la possible Hint an instrument pelated -a ilk diamond such aa plazers ow trMnot unknown PUay gives nu account of ucb an in BtruaieHt as having having been long la ace flJid in Jsrinlaa the Sin of Juizh it aid is be written with an Iras Pa and with tbe Point of a discssnd The ssiroglyphiss of Egypt found en graved ipsa saotallic and stone eurface was dote by ran or steal to that thiB slsaraeter of vritiag material er instru sionfe appears co ancient with those Bied fu writing upon palm leaves vhick is said to be the bcglaaingofart Tke Latin - ame f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

ri kSSl 1 v J 1 is c - 5G3 fflaBsaasariK5 The Household of Ruth Albany N Y Special The Albany Household of Kntb No 294 celebrated its third anniversary at Bleecker Halt Thursday evening February 15fcb 1900 with a ball was preceded by a Bhort musical and literary entertainment by the following local talent Overture selected orchestra welcome ode by the order recitation Miss Lilian Btacb of Troy N Y recitation Mrs Elizabeth Nichols piano solo Mrs C Gordon duett Miss Ii Sparrow E jNionols singing Blest be Tie that binds by the order Mrs Annie Picbott acted as mistress of ceremonies and did so in a very agreeable manner Mrs P W Tavlr was chairman Mrs Caroline Mitchell made the welcome address to Ihe order and did it bo well and ac cetably that at its conclusion the audience gave her the moHt generous applause Mrs Mitchells address was largely of a hietorical character Mr John D Nichols satjg the Palms in a moBt pleasing manner he also re ceived a generous share of applause Mr Andrew Kel...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

The Clarksburg News Va Special Frank yesd dlfd on weuneEaay oiiaat weea tremely short iilnesB He a fter a a v popular young man and his u sth was a aevere shock to his many frends The funeral services fftre hen at the home of his parents Dd ffit conducted bj Eeva Watson nd Hi ld The reman8 were tQken 1 interment Bridge r nr IheV li Zion Baptist Church -will begin tb action of a new edifice early i Rev Howard has put in iUB forth heruiean tflorts to bring about tbishafpv and much desired result The Kc sltB of Pythias will inaugu cf entertaiumentB soon rate a si itf which wii ir -hide a mock congress Rev c ke of ChriBt Episcopal Church sres sed the HfiBty Pudding aat Wednesday evening on Lyceum nine Hwtoncal Development of the fimWian Religion Rev Cooke is a graceful atd fluent talker and the ease with v ah he handled his tubjecb betokened a careful study of the vari ous phie of Christian development Afro AmerLans constitute about one third of the theatre going popula tion of -hi city...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

K v r s i V V Ij r j - V - si fcsu r gajiy5aarSsSSte5rr TrrrT3iaaga9agP THE MIGHTY PEN Continued from 11th page Have wo not aright to expect and oven demand that what one presents to us as his own or her own Composition should hove passed through some di gestive process in hi3 or her own mind To self appropriate Ihe productions of another impart or in the absolute ib equivalent to stealing the author and the act deserves no softer term than stealing When a person it matterBnot what position he or she may occupy declinesan addreEs stolen from another it is equivalent to refusing to receive stolen goods From the bench platform and pulpit particularly come effusions of other mens brains perhaps not Verbatim et literatim bat so de ceptively interwoven with the sparse self produced as to entirely deceive the unsuspecting enthusiastic intelligent audience cr the deeply conservative and thoughtful who thread only the line of thought and punctuate the ideas m the address or sermon Thousands...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

t -V V II M9 How to Kill a Newspaper itohs B Tt following recipe is offered by a Just let the sub We5lru uewbpaper eciiiiop uo its only a dollar or two the nb iabed doesnt need it anyhow thenj borrow your ntighbors when flreFrer ccmes alwayBbe busyjmake hinntenl as if be were intruding when the adverliBing and job man cornea tell him via dont need to advertise every bodyVaows you that you will try to cet a ns without any printed station ltn too expensive you have to ecolirawze never drop in to see the editor unlesyou wnntafreecomplf meUrry notice or a lengthy obituary ofa Moved lelative never recommed when you speak the paper to anybody have a little sheet Yes we of it - v but i doesnt amount to much keep and will have a two you or it up a year dead newspaper a dead lot of merchants and a dead town -Ex Pittsburg Pa Inclosed find money T H O CO Respectfully order for 2 Almco Arfc Sir You will nod in clo ed 140 in payment for paper Yours HZW lue Dime Bank Kinston K COct py lQclosedIso...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 March 1900

i r -- i wMHiHBHB si i ft ft i - i I t 1 1 Hi tj ii t i KL4K EX5 l f 4 TrouBerB 2 75 Theyll help to make your winter suit laBt out the season Choice picking to day Big variety and all sizes All broken lots of neckwear 9 cents 15o white h s 7c 1 aud 125 Emery fancy shins 69c 15c and 20c Tan Black and fancy hcse for 9c 50c luopemip Teeks andPafls29o aSoiS D J Kaufman 1007 Pa m City Paragraphs Bishop C C Petty of Noith Caro linaf preach at the Metropolitan A M E Zton church on D street southwest of which RevW H Snowden is pastor last Sunday at 11 a m Bishop Petty 1b dnown as the scholar -of the connec tions and always draws a large audi enoe Mr George R Minor a well known young man died Saturday a m Feb 17 of consumption He had been ill for moreJJian one year and received the best of attention from hiB wife and his wife and his sisters He was a brother irrlaw of Mr Jeflerson of the Center Market The funeral of Smuel Clark a clerk in the city postoffice and one of tue finest and most po...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

VOL 7 NO 49 IICE PRESIDENTIAL TIMBER Hon Timothy L Woodruff of New York a Popular Oandi date A Good Running Mate for President McKinley The Hon Timothy L Woodruff Lieutenant Governor of the State of New York during his reeent trip through the West has suc ceeded as waB to be oxpeoted m maa ing a moat favorable Impression upon the people of that section by his in telligent and compuehensive grasp of the Tital questions whioh are of para mount Importance in the thought of those who aro responsible to the people for tboir proper solution and adjust ment His deliverance at Detroit on the question of the construction of the NIoaraugua Canal caused ao surprise to his friends in the East who are well informed as to his views on all these questions Mr Woodruff is an American who has unlimited falthiin the ability and courage of the American people to do whatever they may attempt to do suc cessfully and well provided always that the cause Is just It was only natural then that he should have ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

k m sv s ENROUTE TO MANILLA Lieut Johnson of the 49th U S V Writes While Aboard a U S Transport Pen Pictures of Army Life Mr Paynters Book Reminiscences The following letter was received bv Mr John 3 Faynter of this city who is the author of Joining the Navy from Lieut E B Johnson an old class mate Honolulu Hawaiian Islands December 13 1900 My Dear Friend I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your kind favors one of this year and one dated last year having come to hand while I was still in the states but at a time that I was well engaged in the military in connection with the mobilization of our regiment that it was next the impossible for me to make even a pretense at a reply At one time I thought of telegraphing but tnere would have been but little satisfaction in that as a matter of re turn for the very excellent literary gem and renewal of friendly and classi cal connections of years since whioh you so kindly and considerately for warded me To say that I was pleased does not in an...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

opinion that I will visit Washington after I shall have completed this tour of daty Leaving Montauk Point my company was order to Fort WIngate N where we took station in Oc tober 93 and we remained there until the latter part of June 89 and were or dered to Manila In early March of this year I had been fortunate or unfortunate enough to get on a bronco and was thrown xud broke the tame arm that had suflered at El Caney leaving me in a condition that wculd not enable me to accompany my old command on their oriental tour hence I accepted my dis charge I betook myself to Boston and was opening a little budnes also had begun to dabble more or less in the politics until 1 heard of the raising of theBe two regiments the 48th and 40th Under the then existing circum stances it did not become a matter very difficult for mo to secure a com mission Of course we are supposed to be here until Juno 30lb 1901 out no one knows how much sooner or how much later this sinecure will con tmue Will proba...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

s3 iU il M I ill e W iua i i fell jsKti sfesSSSKwH dn jrtfcSjfc u Trm it trial kssesshe rtVA The Congressional Lyceum The exercises began with an instru mental solo by Miss Louise Coleman prayer by Prof J L Pinn Mr W O -Martin president of the Lyceum in troduced MrB Rosetta E Lawson referring- to her as one of the moBt eneigetio spirtts in the National W O T D and a writer and leciurer of great depth of thought and force Mrs Rosetta Douglass Si rague the daughter of the lamenttd Frederick Douglass being present was introduced qgglggg5Saa Congress Encourages Negro Education -The generous action of Congress toward Negro education is a bright Biga and a source of joy for every Ne gro in the land It now seems the policy of both parties to help our race in eduational affairs The bill which has passed the Senate to give the great industrial school at Normal Alabama 25 000 acres of land is a blessing to every EEfal IS IKiifSSSHM SB11 PROF W fl COUNCIL Negro in the South Congress can do no ...

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