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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

HE COLORED AM A1tEfitCAN ICAf W AStt1NGTON 1 C Ii 4 3iiie ELI be e Colored olored Jl1l1erican Jl1l1ericanPubl1ahed iuiericaii InlericaiiPubltstted iuiericaiiPnbllibwl Pnbllibwl Dv CHK COLORED AMERICAS Pub Pnbllablng PublIsblng Publlabing llablng CninpHny CninpHnyA A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPEBf r f t > nbllshsd every Saturday at ell C St N W WWaHhiagton WWaRblDgton WWa Wa WaHhiagton htDgton l D C CSUBSCRiPTION C8UB8CRIPrJON CSUBSCRIPPION SUBSCRiPTION RATES BATESOne RATESj RATESOne j One year 200 200Six 200dlx 200JIx Six months monthsThree 110 110f 110Three Three Thr months monthstrvAIABLY 60 60INVARIABLY 60NV f INVARIABLY NV RIABL Y OS ADVANCE ADVANCEr 3 r 9 dUb OoDMrLpituuA < 3uD > cripuuii may m y uc o ooiii DY poslofnce poslofncemoney pOS10meemOlJey poatOmcemoney money order express or by registered letter letterAil letterAll 1 Ail co cOIlUlunleatlons uinnnlcatlona for publication should shouldo o accompanied with the name of the writer writernot wrltern writernt ...

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. — 1 February 1902

r THE COLOJftED COLOn1 i D DAM1TIntC AM1 AMRtCAST ttTCAlt N W VASLT AS r1NGrrON Gmo D ± > 0 SHOULD BUILD HOUSES HOUSESCapitalists HOUSESCapit HOUSESCapitalists Capitalists Capit lists Could Profit by Pro Providing Providing Providing viding Suitable Homes for Peoplz Peo People People ¬ ple Protection from Grasping GraspingLandlords GraspingLandlords GraspingLandlords Landlords Needed NeededChurch Church and addPersonal andPersonal andpersonal Personal Notes NotesHartford NotesHartford NotesHartford Hartford Conn ConnSpecialMr Special SpeclalIr Mr James JamesSkinner JamesSklnnfr JamesSkinner Skinner and his family have moved movedfrom mlvedteom mvedfrom from 41 499 9 Main Street to 31 East St StThere Stlbero SbThere There IB an mtereElng story connocted connectedWi Wi h the moving of Mr Skinner from fromBlain iromMain fromMain Main Street whire whf re he has livod for the thejail theJut thelsit jail three or four yearp yeaTPexpeoted expected to pay payhia psybiB payhis biB rent pr...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

I J = J JR = = f 10 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASTTT W WASHINGTON GTO1T D C 4 4AMONG AMONG THE T E CHURCHES CHURCHESNOTES C CHURCHESa URC ES ESf a s 1 NOTES OF F ALL DENOMINATIONS ILLUSTRATIVE OF OFOUR f 4 OUR ECCLESIASTICAL DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENTI v v < 1 I aI 1 i If a man desire the office ot of a blaL blelop blelophe op ophe ophe he desiretb a good work and later de deacribes del describes l scribes the tbekind kind of ofmn m n a Bishop ehou shoud shoudbe d dbe dbe be Every honorable man and worn n nwill nf nl f = will agree with me that the man aspir aspiring asplrI aspirj ¬ j fngto ing to the office officeotabiahop of a bishop should mean meann meaaire measue I ire n e folly up the standard as sec up by bySt byi byat St Paul Since the duties work and andresponsibilities andresponllblUtles andreaponelbilitiesare responsibilities are of such great magni magnitude magnltude magnitude ¬ tude and importance no man aspiring aspiringto i to the theoftlce office of a bishrp should desce...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

1iii T THE COUGHED COLOR D AMEICAST ASBINGTON V D C 11 k e A MICHIGAN PHILOSOPHER PHILOSOPHEROur Our Cartoonist Makes Him Tir Tired Tired Tired ¬ ed Organization Discredited DiscreditedShould DiscreditedShould DiscreditedShould Should Racial Racialldentity Identity Be Aban Absxndoned Abandoned Abanr r doned donedEditor donedEditor 1 1Editor Editor Colored American AmericanI I have in ina Ina ink k a former private ptiva e letter given it as my mybumble myhumble myhumble humble opinion r that thatthe the editorial page paereof PB PBor paget is ally all conducted sum sumcieatly sum sumcieoUy sufcieutly t paper of oyour your cieatly conservative c1 > DservaUve and rd expressing expressingproouud pxorfsiogprofotlud expressingr r proouud thought BruceG iJ i11 iS > Is very veryfine veryfioe 1 fine but the cartoonist makes me tired tiredIf tiredHCaJDPgia tiredr r baa done nothing thus far for forthe torthe forthe If HCaJDPgia Ili Cainpgia the ra o it aho ahoy s that he ia rot as frie...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

o r t 12 x1 tltr 1 COLORED C OLOiu AMi1tIo llI1nRIOAN WAS VASmtGTOi Gft101S n 0 41 c = = THE CRUMPACKER BILL BILLNo BILLNo BILLNo No Section Which hich Disfranchises Disfranchisesits its Citizens Should Neutralize NeutralizeT5he Neutralizehelnf Neutralizehelnfluence T5he helnf helnfluence Influence uence of States that Obey Obey15je Obey15he Obeythe the Laws Remedy Offered by a aNoble aNoble aNoble Noble lndie lndianian IndianianA nian nianA r rA A conspicuous figura fi rraug in the lower lowerbrancb Jowerbranch lowerbranch branch of Congress li I Hon Edgar EdgarDean EdgarDean EdgarDean Dean Crampaoker who represents the thetenth thetenth thetenth tenth district of Indiana He bails hailsn bailsfrom ballsfrom n from the thriving city of Valparaisoboated Valparaiso Valparaisolocated ValparaisoJx Jx located amid rich agricultural and commercial com commercial comt ¬ t mercial territory in the northwestern northwesternportion 17 i 1 portion p > rtlon of the state Mr Grumpaoker Grumpa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

T 13 THE COLORED AMERICAN IERICAN WASHINGTON D C t = AXWORTHY A VORTHY MEMORIAL MEMORIALTO TO A GREAT PRESIDENT PRESIDENTThe The John He Hay y Normal and Indus Industrial Industrial Industrial ¬ trial School of Alexandria VaTo Va VaTo VaTo To be Known Hereafter as The TheWilliam TheWilIiam TheWilliam William McKinley Industrial IndustrialSchool IndustrialSchool IndustrialSchool School in Memory of the Late LatePresident LatePresident LatePresident President William McKinley McKinleyThe The trustees of the John Hay HayN N rural ruraland roialand rmaland and Industrial School Se booI of Alexandria AlexandriaVs AlcxandrlaVris Vs Vris y mAt m t Wed uiht ill ht January J nuay 15 1902 1902In 1102in 902 902In In iegtl tegtlr ar r meeting The rhenewy newly elected electedPresident electedPrEsident electedPrtssdentMignusL President PrtssdentMignusL MignusL l sgous L Robinson pre presided pnsldpd prEstded ¬ sided He said saidGentlemen ealdGentlemen BaldGentlemen Gentlemen We Ve meet to consid...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

J TI TITHE i 14 THE C COLORED AMERICA 1IERIOL WASHESTaTOX D G OStraightens = ySfraighFens s v Straightens KinkyCurly Hair Hairs A s ti c i AFTER 11 BE2V K ARNED 1 I I i N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten and cause the theI f I IT I I I hair to grow long and which are simply put up by a lot of quacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical skill with the thesole thei thesole i sole idea i ea to get your you hardearned cash and give you nothing in return for your money but a dirty sticky mass of worthless worthlessJJL worthlessgreases 1 JJL greases which injure the hair and cause it to fall out we have placed our trademark granted to us by the Government Governmentof of the United States of America on every box of OZONO King of all HairGrowers and HairStraighteners This trademark con consists coni consists ¬ i sists of tyvo two heads as shown in this advertisement advertisementone one head showing short curly h...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

1iII 15 1 THE COLORED AMERICAN AJiERIC IIEI IC x11Y WASHINGTON SI TGTON D O 9 i MME ME DAVIS Born Clairvoyant flCarilReade flCarilReadeTell Card Reade ReadeTel1 R ade adeTe11a Tell Te11a about bnsmeRS hl1 meRs Removes RemovespellJ Removespelt Removespelf pelt and andEvil Evil Influences Re Renltes RenltestheBeparated RenitestheSeparated nltestheBeparated nltes the Separated and Gives GivesIJUUK GivesLUcK GivesLuex LUcK 10 all 1 lures Piles and andDrunkenness andDrunkenness andDrunkenness Drunkenness 1228 25th st 9t n w Washington D C CNo lJfir CNo Jfir No letters answered unless ac aromianied acowt1anfed aconipanled omianied by stamp stampTIliKliBY stampm m W 1 dm 1 M MADE Df O OYI 01 NY NYUNfim TIliKliBY YI UNfim IMiBY 4JfY M Y PHOCf pnOfnNE Pflo W WFINE s sFINE FINE WORK AT LOW PRICES PRICESThe PRICESl PRICESTH l R THE THER TH THitngrrning 1otte itngrrning itngrrningCompany I granng JaunceJ 1 Company Ei lYEHlH xrwSr Sw 8 1m v Ni Jfivri41l W < 5HlAf11DN b bThe J Jf JI JTbe f I T...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

v 16 THE COLORED AMERICAN WAsHINGTO WASHINGTON D C QUESTIONS OF THE HOUR 1 Is the the th Ne Negro ro becoming too heavy a burden for the Grand Old Party to tocarry t tcarry tcarry carry Is he to ba b unloaded Are the North and South a Unit on onNegro onNegro onNegro Negro Elimination i City Paragraphs ParagraphsMr Mr W M MWihon Wilson of the R RcJrders corders crdersOffice cordersOffice 1 j Office is lion on the sick Ha1 Ha1Tha lis lisTh3 IIsFTh3 Th3 father of Dr E D Williston Willistonthe Willistonthe WillIatonthe the popular physician is dead doariThe dA deadThe d dThe The Simmons School on P street near nearNorth nearNorth nearNorth North Capitol is isnearing nearIng completion completionMiss completionMiss Miss 1118 Della M White has returned to toher toher tok k I her desk at the Census Offlje 01fi = e after a abrief abrief abrief brief brief illness illnessMr IllnessMr illnessMr Mr J J W Lee lite ate of the Census Ol oree 01ice i iflee flee ee has u returned returned to his ho...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

I t t gt gttf J ss It y j I IIII III IIIt t t t tA A 0 i iH 1 lam 1 H I 1 p s sCI1 CI1 t t HI p 1 a1 a I 1j1 iI c II ir I IZONAL ra i Il 1 1 1 I 6ioEP K 1 i C ZONAL ZONAL6ioEP tf tfAOL i I J H Hi AOL V O L IX XO XO44 44 1VASHINGTON D C FEBRUARY 8 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE T E LIGHT OF OFa HISTORY HISTORYPROF PROF JESSE LAWSONS RE RJEVIEW REVIEW REVIEW VIEW OF THIRTY YEARS YEARSFrom YEARSFrom YEARSFrom From Grant to Roosevelt Progress ProgressShown ProgressShown ProgressShown Shown In Everything Except Politi Political PoUUcal Political ¬ cal Ethics EthIcsThe The Question of Suffrage SuffrageRemedies SuffrageRemedIes SuffrageRemedies Remedies Suggested SuggestedProf V V V VProf r rProf Suggested Prof Jesse Lawson of New Jersey a leader in incue int intae cue t e political affairs of his State and one of the themost thewost themost most potential factors in the National Afro AfroAmerican AfroAmerican AfroAmerican American Coupcil delivered a highly significant significantaddress shnif...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

< > S t j 4iI1 7i l lTHE = < < THE COLORED AMERICAN A njRICAN RIC T WASH33TG W ASHINGTON SHII TG TO TON D > C < i < f 1 OAgEP RLD RLDAddress j Address all communications for these columns to the Department Editor Mrs J 1 SiloneYates SiloneYatesPresident SiloneYatesPresident President National AssociatIon of Colored Women 212 zr22 Tracy Ave Kansas City Mo A SONG OF THE FROST FROSTThou FROSTi 1 t ti i i > Thou artthe art the artist of the night nightAnd ni nightAnd ht htC C A And nd with thy deft and made lines linesAH linesAll linesAll All shapes are etched in quaint designs designsHere desi designsHere ns nsHere Here maple larch and oak and pine pineAdorn pineAdorn pineAdorn Adorn the northern slopes slopesThere slopesThere slopesThere There ruined towers castles halls hallsDisturb hallsDisturb hallsDisturb Disturb this peaceful scene sceneTo sceneTo sceneTo To tell of stormed and battered walls wallsThou wallsThon wallsThou Thou arta dainty humorist humorist...

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. — 8 February 1902

4 r f rJ lHE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C = n > n > no no A af r rTHE x THE MAN MANONTHECORNER MANONTHECORNERCOMMENDS 0 N T1IE a CORNER CORNERc c ccj COMMENDS MRS FRANCIS PENSION PROPAGANDA PROPAGANDAFOR PROPAGANDAk k FOR TEACHERS AND DESCANTS UPON OTHER OTHERTOPICS OTHERTOPICSGRAVE OTHERTOPICS TOPICS TOPICSGRAVE GRAVE AND GAY > e R3 nettle G I Francis is one of ofl ofthe 1 M i l the moat practo1 forces in theeducational the theeducational theeducat educational educat nallic liro of ofW Washington WashingtonShe 89hiDgtDn 89hiDgtDnShe She can always al ways be relied upon to bring bringforward brIngforwtird bringforward forward trom her large fund of experi experience exper experence experonce ¬ ence and keen observation the reforms reformsthat reforrrsthat reformsthat that touch most intimately the well MRS BETTIE G FRANCIS FRANCISTrustee FRANCISTrustce FRANCISTrustee Trustee of Public Schools Schoolsheing Schoolsbeing Schoolsbeing being of the community She under unders...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

Dc IIi c Jr s i G 1 4 THE COLORED AMERICAN d 1IERICA T WASHINGTON 4VASHLI TGTON D C 4 8119411 The Light of History HistoryContinued lIistoryConti9ued HistoryContipued Continued From First PaeeO PaeeOmen Paee Paeemen Pagcmen men in the South were against the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment Government and had tried to strangle stranglethe K the life out of it The black men of ofthe ofthe the South were the only allies the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment Government had in that section of ofthe ofthe ofS S the country and it was very natural naturalthat naturalthat naturalthat that they should have been placed on onguard onguard onguard guard In order to do that it was wasnecessary wasnecessary wasnecessary necessary to confer upon them every everyright everyright everyright right common to American citizen citizenship citizenship citizenship ¬ ship and it was thought that the fact facthad facthad facthad had been b en accomplished by the adotionof adotion adotionof ...

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. — 8 February 1902

i iAMERICLOT f it itrm rItm COLORJnD AMERICLOT A WASHOTaTOJN W JL v > C r a DR G W CABANISS CABANISSA A Popular Physician whose Career Points Out to Young Men T5he T5heway 15heway I5heway way to Rise AIMING AT PERFECTION PERFECTION15he 15he Life Mission of Dr George W WCaba WCab3niss WCabanIss Cab3niss Caba rviss Aitaining Aitaining15heHeights Aitaining15heHeightsby elieights heHeidhtsby elieightsby by Thorough Equipment and andStrong andStrong andStrong Strong Character CharacterLife Life is Real Life is Earnest EarnestPerhaps EarnlstPerbap3 EarnestPerhaps Perhaps Longfellow had ntver heard heardof heardot heardof of Dr Weorge jtorg w f Gubiuiaa C iulj when htn this thisevetltstiug tnweverlasting lDitevedcstille everlasting thought was given to the theworld theworld theworld world He meaut toilispire to inspire me soul of ofall ofall all men m n witn a true coueep ion of theirduty their theirduty theIrduty duty to stir the id er to action to toawaken toaWliken toawaken awaken th...

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. — 8 February 1902

f > 4 t y B f1J b by = c = I FT y1 6 T1tE COLORED OLO1 LOR11D D A1ijtT0AN 1ERIC N W 1VASHtNG As t11fGrr ON Nn B c < Y l EVENUE Collector H A Baobe Baobeof Ruokerof R REVENUE of Georgia h hils a received a letter Ipttek IptteJfrom letterfrom k from the Commissioner Cr mm1ssioner of reven revenne revtnne rev n nue ne at Washington notifying him tha thahis thahJs thehis his office was rated at No 1 Ithis this belnj belnjthe beJn beJnthe beInfthe the highest grade in the whole serviceThe service serviceThe serviceThe The rating was based upon the report o ospecial oa oa a special agent who who had made a fnl fnlInvestigation fuB fuBInvestigation nil nilinvestigation Investigation This also means that tbanot thatnot thatnot not a single error was found in any o othe of ofthe ofthe the many departments of the revenu revenuservice revenuservice revenuservice service This cffice mCe has had this ratirj ratirjonly raUlgonly ratirgonly only twice in its history zind fnd nd bol boltimes ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

THE T1 COLORED AMERICAN WASHIKGTOST W SBINGTON 3 D 1 > C 7 I SHREDS J AND ANDPATCHES PATCHES r I The House Where Lincoln Died DiedIn In memory of the ninetythtrd anniversary of the thebirth thebirth thebirth birth of Freedoms Martyr Feb 12 1902Above 1902 1902Above 1902Above Above Jndeas purple mantled plain plainThere plainThere plainThere There hovers still among the ruins lone loneThe loneThe loneThe The spirit of the Christ whose dying moan moanWas moanWas moanWas Was heard in heaven and paid our debt in inpain inpain inpain pain painAs painAs painAs As subtle perfume lingers linlerswit4 with the rose roseEven roseRven roseEven Even when its petals flutter to the earth earthSo earthSo earthSo So dines the potent mystery ol the birth birthOf birthOf Of 0 that deep love from which all mercy mercyflows mer merflows mercyflows flows flowsWithin flowsWIthin flowsWithin Within this house hOWlcthis this room rooma a martyr died diedA diedA diedA A prophet of a larger liberty libertyA...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

8 T HE COLORED C OLO1U D AMERIOAN WASRINGlO N l 1 > o fide golored l lored 7III1ericaIl 7III1ericaIlPubllahed Publlahed tnbU hod bVrHE by TsE COLORED AKEBICur Publlebing Pub Publlabl11g llabl11g Company GempanyA f A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERPubllahed NEwsPA PEB PEBPubAehedvery Publlahed PubAehedvery every SaturdaY at 459 cst C St N WWashington W WWash1Dgton Washington D c cc cdo Cw c do doJill Jill w SUBSCRIPTION RATES RATESOne RATESOne One year 200Six 200 200Six Six months 110 110Three 110Three Three months 60 60INVARIABLY 60INVABIABLY INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCEHublorlpt1onll ADVAIWBklabeariptlone Hublorlpt1onll klabeariptlone may b8 lent bY pOBWmce postomcemoney pOBWmcemoney money order express or by registered letter letterAll letterAU All communications for pUblication should shouldbe shouldbe be accompanied with the name ot the writer wrlternot writernot not necessarily tor publication but as a guar guarantJ gaara gaarWe antJ a a of good falth falthWe We We solic...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

r lr t t cl clTEti TIlE COLORED COLO1 D AMEUICAH RICALN WASHIKGKTOK WASHII TGTON D C H I j LAWYER J W PATTERSON PATTERSONA f A Learned Disciple of Bla Blackstone BleckstoneCommingles BlackstoneCommingles ckstone ckstoneCommingles Commingles LegaJ Lore With WitKHuma I Huma HumenitarianismA nitarianism A Reeord Reeordof of Which All Ma May y be Proud ProvidThe ProudThe ProudThe The late John M Liangs LangstonJ ton whosewhole whose whosewhole wh03ewhole whole personality breathed the spirit of ofioeity oti ofInerty ioeity i fraternity and and justiceoncesaidI justiceoncesaidj justiceoncesaid 1 If a youth feels the true fire of man manhood manhood manhood ¬ hood and possesses a heart that thatthroba thatthrobawith throbs throbswith throbswith with correct human impulses he does doesbis doeshis doeshis his generation an ir + justice if he does doeanot doe doenot doesnot not become a lawyer A young man manwho manwho manwho who heard Langston and whose code codeof codeof codeof of principl...

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. — 8 February 1902

> rr T r t 10 THE COLORED AMEKCIA WASHINGTON D C Y WORKING OUT HIS DESTINYCharles DESTINY DESTINYCharles DESTINYCharles Charles R Jackson Appointed for forT5he for1She forbhe T5he Third Time Postmaster at atDoLrion atDerien at atDarien Darien Gau GaSatisfies Satisfies She En Entire Entire Entire ¬ tire Community CommunityThe CommunityThe CommunityThe The accompanying portrait repre represanta represent represents santa one of our real worthy and repre repreyoungmen reprayoung repreyonng youngmen young men Mr Charles Rollins RolUnsJ Jack Jackion 3 Bck BckIon ackson ion who was born about thirtynine thirtynineyears thirtynineyears thirtynineyears years ago in McIntosh County Ga GaHe 6aHo la laHa He learned early in life to seek his own ownlivelihood OWDlivelihood ownlivelihood livelihood by the quiet means of brain brainand brainand brainand and muscle He went into the carpen carpenters carpenters carpentare ¬ ters shop and there stayed by tht thtbench thtbench thebench bench until...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

S Va I < 11 11I i 1 f I f H HAf I Af 11 Pl 1u Ip I i1 i1THE j i THE COLORED COL RED AMERICAN WASHJKGKTOJS N D D C 11 jf 1 c A AWeek Week in Washington WashingtonFIashli I s sFIa s FIashli FIa s hli hHht hl Reproduction of Social Religious and andLiterary andLiterary andLiterary Literary Movements in the Nations Capital = = ELEMENTS IENrS OF MANHOOD MANHOODEloquent MANHOODfioauent I Ifloluent Eloquent and Practical Discourse by Bishop BishopAbraham BishopAbraham BishopAbraham Abraham Grant GrantMigration Migration to North Northwest Northwest Northwest ¬ west Advised AdvisedBishop AdvisedBIbop AdvisedAbraham Bishop Bishoptowering Abraham Grant one of the thetowering thetowering towering figures in the A M E Church Ghurobdelivered Churchdelivered hurob hurobdelivered delivered an unusually stirring addressTuesday address addressTuesday addressTuesday Tuesday evening of last week at the theSecond theSecond theSecond Second Baptist church under the ausplcea aus auHpicea auspice picea...

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