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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

Go to the Convention at Philadelphia as the Choice of the District Republicans Once in four years the citizens of Washington who have no suffrage and consequently no federal election Ibwb are called upon to vote for and elect two delegates to the various conven tions Usually only tho Republicans and Democrats send delegates Such an election was held in this city last Tuesday ana the candidates for the honor were Dr J E Jones and W Calvin Chaso who represented what is known as the M M Parker faction and Dr Robert Bey burn and Rev George W Lee who represented theL M Saunders faction of the party The Executive Committee appointed by the national committee of which Senator M A Manna is chairman ana Gen Charles Dick is secretary is ooinposed of Gen Cotton W Calvin Chase and L M Saundero This Com mittee had to do with the arrange ments of the elections which included the appointment of thet judges super visors secretaries etc Dr J E Jones and W Calvin Cha e according to the report of the ...

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. — 10 March 1900

TV f 6 ftSfgi A NATIONAL DISGRACE South Carolinas Shame Misrepresented in the United Sta es Senate by a Blackguard and Ballot Box Snuffer In the course of the debate on the Haw aiian suffrage bill Senator Tillman of South Carolina said Finally after the bayonet bad come to us again in 1876 we rose in righteousness and right Ve took the government wa stuffed the ballot boxes we bu Idozot the niggers arid we shot en And we are not ashamed ot it The people of South Carolina In their constitution have done their level best to prevent the niggers from voting What 1 now ask j ou to do is to give the Kanakas and Portuguese of the Hawaam Islands the same power of suffrage as we in South Carolina have given the niggers Think of a Senator of the United StateB giving utterance to eucb senti ments a these in tbo highest legisla tive body in the land and m the face of the whole Civilized world Iq the space of these few lines quoted above Senator Tillman confesses himself to be a ballot box stuff...

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. — 10 March 1900

dr WAKINGS DEMISE A Most Useful and Interesting Career at an End He Came frcm a Noted Family and Served the Government and his Race Faithfully The Rev William Waring one of the beat known and highly respected rltizens of this city died at hia resi dence in Le Droit Park Saturday Feb o4in He arose at his usual hour and iate complained of a suflocating feeling Waring immediately sum ing Mr moned Dr Shadd the family ph eician died before medical aid lmt Mr Waring reached him The deceased came from one of the prominent families m west and moat distinguished for the country a people high scholarship and for successful work in behalf of and original pioneer Fewer families can point to the race a larger line of new places made and nnmlitionB created for colored peo brought about by ple than have been members of the Waring family - Dr Waring was appointed to a clerk office of the Auditors Bbip in the Sixth Treasury Department about twenty and rapidly rose to one eicht years ago salaried pos...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

i I 1 1 k ti Uftl kTf 2J u m j jigr A J Tge Colored njericaii PaoUbed by rue Colored AHBKiOAjPub Ublng Company k aTlOSAL 5EGB0 XEWSPAPEB Pub lBbed every Saturday at 459 C 8t N W Waihlngton D C dUEaCRIPTION RATES One year rtix mouths Three inomhs 200 - 110 0 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE BabacrlpUouw may De sent Dy postoffice mouey order expretra or by reglswed letter All cojumunicjiilont for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer Dot iiecesearlly lor publication but as a guar antee of Rood faith We solicit news contributions optaionB and in fact all matters affecting the raoev V e fflll not pay Tor matter however unega it is ordered by ub All matter Intended for publication must reach this office by Wednes day ot each week to Insure Insertion In the current Issue 2j4Agenta are wanted everywnere Send or iiaiructlons For Sale by all News Dealers ADVERTISING RATKB Reading notices so cents per line Display advertisements S2 per square inun per Inser tion Discounts made on...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

BISHOP ALEXANDER WALTERS President of of The National Afro American Counoil a Warwick id Zi A BANNER NIGHT Continued from First Page was full of good points and timely hits His Illustrations were of a charac ter to make his ideas plain and dear to the dullest as well as to the brightest minds in his audience He made the point that it was the duty of the colored people to concentrate their efforts the energies and in their mon eys into channe s where the race itself would benefitted By illustrations he Bhowed that the Negro was his own worst enemy from the fact that instead of puttiag their money into concerns of their own race they gave it to white people who refused employment to the bays and girls of the race but who readi ly and willingly accepted the money of the racs and built upiarge and success ful isaiitutions f om it His appeal was magnetic aud he carried his audi ence with hira In the middle of his address he was interrupted by Rev George W Lee the pastor of the church who...

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. — 10 March 1900

- i 1 W 10 Negro Farmers Meeting A Tour in the New South and a Few Days at Tuskegee Dr Robinson Tells What He Saw and Heard A Tribute to Tus kegee Tuskegee Ala Special la certain V j quarters in this country the conception la general tnat tbe Negro Farmers and Workers Conference held annually at Tuskegee is only a spasmodic gath ering of the colored farmers in the near by vicinity a kind of picnic which opinion is erroneous from beginning to end We are justified in saying that nowhere in the United States is held a more important and race inspiring conference than this Negro Farmers nd Workers Conference which calls together once a year the doers the educators the real thinkers of the representative men and women of both races to device and execute plans cal culatfd to promote the best interests of the Negro population in this country and more diractly to offer a sure solu tion of the problem as it effects the masses of our race in tbe Southland Mr Booker T Washington the sole promo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

untf G H JACKSON DINED just a Few Give Him a Mr E Good Time reputation as a B Coopers Ctbe liberality and good judgment Lhich characterizes him as a host He f processionist in obtaining the 1 that can be had in the way of Lihles aa well as news and among 2 intimates this is so well known that catering to tbe mental or phyar n 1 wants of his friends they anticipate ndrealisea feast fit lor the gods Last given by him to Thursday a luncheon A George H Jackson of Cincinnati anrmemberof the Ohio legislature hemeteroicT Thomas Fortune of Robert Harlan of Cin Netr York and Lucullian in its complete cinnati was of the multimillionaire ness The plethoric purse timillionaire epicure could ve fur nished nothing better ormore palatable Theeucnleut blue point oyster found a companion in Dufl Gordon Sherry an appetizer for the clarified consomme china Planked shad- Berved m dainty the Potomacs famous product artistical ly garnished and the first of the season broiled snab tender and tasteful as t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

m - I 4 V j TC V S VV Charlottesville Va Items Charlottesville Va Special The revival continues at the Mt Zion Bap tist church with increased success Kev Nathan Cave and other pastors of the city and ceunty are assisting the pastor Rev R B Hardy in the meetings Revival services began at the First Baptist church this week Rev K C Quarles the pastor is being assisted in conducting the meetings by Rev R J Perkins of Hinton West Virginia The funeral of Mra Lucinda Mickens wife of Mr Ned Mickens and mother of Mr L T Mickens took place from the ML Zion Baptist church Sunday evening at 3 oclock Rev R B Hardy officiating The literary meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Y M C A was held at the Association rooms last Thursday night Mrs Mary 0 Kelser presiding The debate resoly ed That Poverty is a greater produc er of Crime than Ignorance was very instructive and interesting Miss Liz zie Coles and Mr Ernest B Allen held the affirmative and Miss Annie Bryant and Mr George W Lawson the negat...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

De stat BEN TILLMAN ForlbtColcredAmerican Ben ob Pitch fork fame Hodat Tillman is yo name Dev say af m yo mad career fk dat you does come called omdecdat Haynes once homS inA bber since birth SmTto CWe or great worth blnbebutl guess true i run crazy an went foolish tork 10 reartoB cuss an wrangle mnTiku awful mangle English vim does fc r ti smrit to make you does try JJC no- Purists stuflde boxes Deneeys d immire foxes Wbicbprubesdernd eler4uence gran rv il KIICU lUia cUm 5u t 1a KiBeer man V nrtn lOllH ttli Bulldoze shoot an main s7 den vou J ashame i wiares vou kind ob beast isme aUke you sens mens woe seems to you a feast bought an sole BezW Den you stole fathers you our Flber sens hfe an form of thought tab 0 u Hab been to us by yonr untaught To South Uarlluian libin slain Yo record u on dem stain lo folks U bad as yous painted V ill go to hell dough deys sainted For de Lawd will not make Wm whole Who kills ambition in a bouI if say de state For sure you la agonizin fcoon an lat...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

ti i n s II I i MS 8 u Hi A fill B3 HI m ENROUTE TO MANILLA Continued from 2d page poEseesor of a copy and at the time that I received mine there were quite a number of my regiment secured them Every one spoke in the highest of terms of the work and I could not say enough but at times my reticence was my greatest eloquence fearing that I might spoil a good thing At the present y I am not -quite ready to hand anything over to the world but I hope not al ways to be selfish about my limited experience Cuite a number of my friends have sb unto yourself prevailed pon me to the eanie and hope some time m the future to produce some thing on the military If at any time when we shall have gotten settled and our regiment mobilized again shall I be able to do anything that will be of service to you in making a disposition of the work you bare my assurance that I will do it Hope you futher and continued success Still you should not expect so yery much from me as my pen at the present time is my...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

WBEH EVENING COMES sad heart evening cornea comes iVSk I ow -U-true re many tny Irlends are lew foe m rmenta with the rain are drenched SthvTe t strings sadly wrenched StwilU see his nest SuwUt el to sigh with ho TT oreaat Sd at lasv atlaat sweet rest When evening comes Piad heart evening comes E7enlfaCrbright I knotis true S garments are of purest wHlte naught but dear sunlight Thou nowt JSE must f eel fnDdpnience thou must sadness leel I darkness overall doth steal And evening comes pniL H Brown HoDors to Dr Moten Very much credit la due to Doctor of the principal Lucy E Moten School who upon Normal Miner S grounds became the District ponBorfortheinterentsofMiSBlmo Howard the popular public school Eene gene rri nt rr cuhn hr teacher of JNew lor demand became a candidate for m0n one of five of the the honor of being in Greater New teachers most popular Bent to theParis Exposition York who will be position by The Evening Telegram an evening edition of The New York Her aid Doctor Mot...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 March 1900

IL5 i Jt 1 M 1 1 I i i 1 Si n 4 it HI rjTuSrfJJW3J yyjT 8o busy we havent had much time to talk about those new Spring Fancy Vests bat they are selling themselves and if youll come in and look at them today youll want to buy D J Kaufman 1007 Pa ave iiC P US A POSTAL CARD If Ton are going out of town You have a gueat visiting you Your pastor 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 for a specific purpose is oalled Your pastor preaches an exception ally good sermon You buy a piece of property You are appointed to an office Yon know anything of general in terest drop us a card briefly stating the facts City Paragraphs Mr R W Thompson has returned from his home in Indianapolis Ind Mr Edward C Allen of the Sparta Cafe has been indisposed for the past week R ev D R Rivers pastor of the Be rean Baptist Church who has been in Indisposed for several weeka is conva lescent at this writing Dont forget the dance n...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 March 1900

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 March 1900

SfiraaiCt aSKiS I4f I iV - - - M Ml K 11 I 1 C I - i i i i -- 111 jt r4 i 1 f if lo 1 t MM The Boer English War Sergeant Gibson Takes Issues With Mr Arnett and Tells of Englands Charity and Boer Barbarism Vancouver Washington I noticed in your isBue of Feb 24th that Mr Henry Y Arnett read a paper before the Congressional Lyceum upon the British Boer Conflict defending the Boers Mr Arnett has written and spoken like a man in a dream and that dream bereft of logic and grati tude First it has only been a few yeaiB since we begged for Englands opinion on the lynching evil Did we get ii Ask your conscience reader Here is where Mr Arnett shows his ingratitude and lowers the prestige of the Afro American with the English people He said that the cause of tbe present trouble was Englands greed for gold Here is his want of kuowltdge of the true cause Consequently 1 beg to be allowed to qute a little history not for Mr Arnetts benefit alone but for the entire Afro American race From the firt w...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 March 1900

r G W KENNARD M D The I- ident and Medical Director of Christ Institute Baltimore Md Special -The olosing nrt f Christ Inatituta No 704 En- which is formerly given in Dacd r each year was eloquently deliver- by Kev G W Kennard M p laesday night at The Institute brief review of the work of He ms 3 a j9 acd cited several casea which had nnder treatment at Johna Hop Jins and Maryland General Hospitals REV G W KENNARD M D and which were declued incurable by the physicians ot the respective hospit als But the patieuts yet thinking their Ht63 might poaaibly be prolonged aoaght refuge at the Christ Institute uoder the supervision of Dr Kennard and his assistants One or the moat prominent cases vfaa that of Mrs John Newton who had a tumor pronounced nl Johns HopiJiDS Hospitals as Kings LI This tumor had baffled the skill of tbe most learned physicians of the city who claimed that the lady oould no be operated npon without instantly billing her but Dr Kennard differed with those dignitaries ...

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. — 17 March 1900

31fl r t M lL 48 IM S J J -V fi B abK C fr j 41 aSB3giassaBgaeaiasgcaais HON WILLIAM D DALY Who Alone Represents the Democrats of New Jersey in the Lower House and Whose Friends are not Confined to one Party nor to one Race Hon William D Daly the lone Democrat from the State of New Jer sey is said to be the best criminal lawyer on the Democratic side of the Hoase Certainly there is none more clever than he Everybody from Jer sey seem to know Judge Daly and he tries to see everybody from his State who may call upon him He is very popular with the colored voters of hiB fmkrdfw HON WILLIAM D DALY district and State and if it were left to them to defeat the Judge for a re election then his chances are very bright Judge Daly made a speech on the Gage Resolution and fairly took the Houbo by storm He could easily have been heard at the Eastern Branch on a clear day It was a brilliant speech and everybody listened to him and at its conclusion the House rung with applause Judge Daly was born...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 March 1900

it CHARLES E HALL Assist Secretary Illinois League of republican Uubs f fhio Hketoh son of a T Hall was born m Batavia ll Co nimolB May 22 1868 and Bchool edncation d a common evening bis majority Mr Ball I Ta lively interest in politics and at fe Ve of twenty one was appointed rongnpsman A J Hopkins to a 1 HiionintheEleveuthTJ8 rp a tbe completion of his r DS i0j fn TIHnois and dntieBbeie uereuu - - J1R CHARLES E HALL ehortly after went to the Pacific Coast where he located in Spokane Wash engaging in the real estate and loan buBinefs until the extreme financial stringency and popxiliBtle tbeories prevalent precluded the possibility of his making much headway as a broker or politician Upturning to his native state after an absence of several yeara be engaged in businK and politics meeting with success In 1SS7 he was appointed as a stnnte committee clerk in the Illinois LtKisIsture having tbelmportant com mittees on Banks and Banking and Jfiiifis and Miring About this time be beciim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 March 1900

fi i MA I iJ 8 m i ufei ril VJ fii ill iff 1 -- Dear Euphemia Kirk In compli ance with the request preferred in your last contribution to The Colored Ameri oan I send the following facts concern ing s woman of whom we all should be proud f - In AuguBta Ga there is a co- educational echool for colored youth -- founded by Mie Lucy Laney who has j devoted her entire life to the elevation of her race From her earlitst youth she BeemB to have nuised the desire to establish a school and she shaped her life to this end At sixteen Bhe gredu ated from Atlanta University For seven or eight years after her gradua tion she taught in the public schools of two or three cities in Georgia aocumu lating experience for the founding of her own echool which she had by this time decided to establish in AuguHa After teaching a while in the lecture v room of the colored Prebyfcerian church she rented a two story plank house for a dormitory and converted an old barn on the premises into a school room to wh...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 March 1900

THE WHITE AND BLUE SASH Mr Anderson Said to Have Got a Whole Stable of His Own the New York Times Charley Anderaon sometimes re rred to daring polltioal campaigns as tiie colored Demosthenes and Sena tr PJattB personal representative among Republican Negro voters of the rj is to blossom out as the owner of a racing stable during the eoming season nder the firm nameof Uahill gSSSm CHARLES W ANDERSON aoa vrhioh has registered with the Jootey Club white wiih blue eash and cap aa ita racing colors Anderson wno is a college graduate is socially one of the elect of his race in town and iia held a number of offices under Btate patronage in return for his labors for the machine He has been a conspicuous figure at the race tracts lor year fast He has been frequent ly pointed cut on Broadway aB the jest dreeeed coon in town and is b freq ieattit of the Fifth Avenue Hotel cbb during campaign time He was ruccteeful as a racing speculator last seaooti though bis largest wmningB on any one race w...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 March 1900

1 i ji I I m fc il B n llH H i rv HI Kit fe fo r w itrii jSSM rir 3SXfF THE COLOEED AMEKIOA WASHINGTON D 0 be Colored American Published by The Coixrkd ambrican Pub lishing Company A JATlOAAL SEUBO NEWSPAPEB JPwVilahed eyery Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION BATES One year SixmoDths Three months 200 - 110 60 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may do Bent Dy postoffice money order express or by registered letter Ail coaamunioations for publication should be ascompaded with the name of the writer not necessarily tor publication bnt as a gnar sattte of good fcuth We solicit news contributions opinions and in tact all matters affecting tbe race Yt evwill not pay for matter bowerer unless A Is ordered by us All matter intended for pub icatlon most reaob this office by Wednes uvj f oaoh weeft to Innure insertion In tbe eorre ii Lrsup t9Agint e wanted everywnere Send or ru ih AJUVEM I vLM KATKH Keadink notices 50 cents per line Display ndre Usements 2 per square intin p...

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