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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 December 1899

1 f f - HI IS AND SCIENCE lbse Adjuncts to the Hlgber Education Ably Discussed Before Bethel Literary- ln e Common Mfcnatle Prodnced br Mental Strength Home Apt c Exact Sciences by Means of Changeable r nis symposium on the Tue recent Higher Education presented undei of Bethel Literary and auspices Hstcrcal the Association attracted wiae handset the scholars Mention at the this community and of things ni SvSTo be a valuable contribution to S rich fund of knowledge that la be the nations banner by stored up ng Srary and scientific organization Pmf Richards and his co workers de unstinted praise for keeping alive oirpafnr a broader the inspiration mm - tbeJ Tl utv for our people and gives - imeiieA fnr th iner 7Rat to our straggle J Dttu -- dPls The coioreu r Lninruace now American rn the admirable pro C8S Ulicauj Hnrtion of Prof Lignum - The at the and reauest of many readers niilfi a trnopsis of the two other dresses delivered on tntooccasion by Warder instructor in nr Robert 15 Phv...

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. — 9 December 1899

r f -7 M fs 1 1 U I II 1 i i Jl Li v W iH M l VJg aw w ii Si i H i TO FIGHT FOR OUR RIGHTS Eternal Ylgiiince and Agpssle Action the Hegros Protection Against Wrom Cnrry 1lolntors orHnflrasrennil Civil Itlcbts Inws Into tbe ConrJs The Itace Shnnld Vny the Expense How l be Poltroon Cbate Can be Broncbt to Ills KoreE Booker Washington In BoNton A Aoble Womans WorilH Expansion nnd tbe Wegro Boston Mbbs Special The Xegroea of Georgia sre estimated at 15196 8S5 in real and personal property Trie de feat of tbe infamous Hardwick bill abowa tbat tbe intelligent white men of that state are not in favor of taxa tion without representation and also that the colored brethren know how to get together down South when their rights aie invaded Now if the Negroes of tbe entire country would chip in 50 cents apiece and raise a big fund to employ the ablest legal talent in the United dtates to bring action in the u S Supreme Court against the states of Louisiana SouthCurolina and Mississippi which hav...

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. — 9 December 1899

jpop 1STAL CARD frmanUingacocert v r vnnr menus me you is born mto your n heir house- boldXmeetln for a speciflc purpose is carIiaWreaches an exception al gwdTniece of property Fcssettis taking a Mr JohnD Latin supplementary to his study of the law K I 1 l Yru are apP of Reueral in Vouflefly stating teie taru1 -- the fcl City Paragraphs sewon we have with ub The holiday oriv all the time Wilson ui -- Lclle MlH with Mrs Good- ipet Thankegiving rich 0 Slleeu p R S Pinchback and mwpr have been drawn for December term of court inry duty Mersra Williamson andEdwardsare trade at the EI bnidDg up a good Caney Cafe 415 K street northwest Moore and Prioleau are entertaining a host of friends at their Saturday and the boys say Dlgbt spreads Sey wouldnt miss a single event Miss Lelia Shelton and Mies -- f Rnltimnre were ica sSaunaers ---- Thanksgiving cuteta oi jiu Eev H W Morris of Fewberno w U a mlnldter of the a ai j in ference of the Old North State is in the city this week on business No ...

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. — 9 December 1899

k k mm lift W frih i JI Mil r c M m IS i ws i p - ir 2 fl 3r l i s ft 3 N r11f 1 l i tin i ir - a I it Mil I I i H II ii ra iU ll r ti j V 0 T A complete evening or Sunday dres3 suit fi n e black diagonal cutaway and vest h an d a o m e striped worsteds trousers see it in the window actually worth Here onlv 1090 Secure a pair of those swell trousers at 3 90 -worth U SO and 15 D J Kaufman 1007 Pa Aw City Paragraphs Have yon had a suit ordered at Coopers the tailor Mies Louise Robinson Jersey City wilf spend Xmas with ns Mrs W J Clarke mother of Mr L It Clarke cf 1519 P street ha3 been very sick but is improving slowly The people are perfectly satisfied with the management of the Washing ton High School Miss Eva E Bell has been suffering with a severe cold but is greatly im proved at this writing Miss Josephine Carey of 1315 15th street northwest is out again after an illnes of distressing severity Prof N E Wetherless is saia to be booked for the principalshipof thenew manual training...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 December 1899

i I I iu o - hi h his er li N ola 111 Vol 7 No 3S NEGRO EXHIBIT AT PARIS wi Convincing Reasons why we Should yake a Distinctive Showing at the worlds Greatest Fair t mi n ion r ainrli Alinwd Ieople - in Aceiit Callou ays Plans in Io l Lolitctins from the Best Known i oiiritloaal Institutions Arrnnsed For - Attitude ot President MiIiLoy anil General 1eclt i ire are three strong reasons for a Vr exhibit at tbo Paris Exposition ifVl j eir The first reason is a ne and is found in the peculiar at ir e iii which Europe is now situated iic fa hoda Incident and the r Bjerwararo only the outcrop - ot a tremendous European m a n Africa This Dark Uonti 1 no longer dsrk as the most tntitij eitorts of capital are being i ir td toward opening up the contl nei Lr the overplus populatkn of 1 nie The millions ot native iu the continent who must in uie way be assimilated into the body politi v ill more and more force upon ttie ewiGmca of Europe and Africa lie isegro proDiem wnicn thlb cmintty has str...

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. — 16 December 1899

PSfiiml Mars II iii r j 41 ft 1 VS I 41 i y vi j I J j l r B i f si -1 n IP II 1 MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE Tbcso Adjuncts to the lllfilifr Education Ably Discussed Before Betlitl Literary ril Ulilinril rtiflprHrm Iotlli Mrlli tiitN ill HrlrnUllo limlniellnil ntil llm llrnl Aim IUIiiK tttiiuilolp lli iriilliil Hi in KiiimmrntiMl Ilia luili Iriilli lrniU llm Mimlcr l Hrlnuo Im 11 mil Unit ftevir Any Irom llliu littivtlunlliiii I Proper Uplrll I lie llrathnlritiuiril llio recent hj iiiolitni on tho Ululier KductUlnii incMiUul undei tho niwploen of Hot hoi Uternry ntul lltntorlcnl Aitoolntlon nllrnetid Wide attention nt tho hni dt of llio cuIioIiuh niiit thliiltn oftlilx eimimuntty mid proud to l o n vuliuiblr eonttlbiillou to the rich bind of MiowMko l Iuk utotrd up by ttio nation banner literal nml m loutltto oignnlKitlon Plot itleliniil and til 00 woiUiijmIo nrro uiiHttiiUil pmlHo for Uuy luj alive tin luiilriUoii that uinKrK for broader lntolUoltmlity far our people nml Rive nUiinriiM...

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. — 16 December 1899

J ir i Cuta iUn jiinrrfnn ri 11 tttmmu ill ii fauiupm tbecityonTutsdaystopped while in - lijeaud showed a letter he bad id irom auold friend who is now ihnnrcriinr fjf nprsl lewaru ioi ius - iJ t vhicli in part reads as Inecd Downes Ill en i liar ir lo feive you a sketch of the Cn vs m general the Negro in parlieu rtiuce I came here last January I it i aid t ijie atcnlion to the people lt e the Negro tj be very smalt in fl0j and intelligent Eight tent A toe men nave irauts nucu no oiuuo - carpenters painters lauois nlurubers etc and some 1 J 4- num Hrc even so far advanced as to Of the colored v ry ij ie artiste uji are very fine dressmakers 3 i iers do the uiost beautiful fancy to be fjundanywnere They seem vork tide by side with the whites i get along all right When 1 came ut e ten mouths ago there was not a ni uor a restaurant on the island ilai wuuld refuse to serve a colored ti ou but nice then several Amen tia nave i eiied places hero in which K red man ha3 been told he is w i...

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. — 16 December 1899

raBSillil e Colored mericaii HF MmkMkMrWi t3ffi H I PuMliHed by rn k Colored i IW lyl I i lsblflg Company - JEWtKWSiiyiSi Hs Cm F Maysville Ky ia flished oyer the Lynching is a national crime and m 1 1 t - as fiAfl ifwe sW 4B IEr -11 t - r a HF fc8 V itt M H l i m v mitu - I Sfcf lJS3 ill ll i n C5 4 1 A MS V i a XX is E it a i it 1 As IfTFtttfS i zib v r ti a - ssai I 8 Tt K MifU Tit M vi m i e r i i Biii y i S i o fiitiTsj la i iBtCi HF - current issue Agents are wanted everywnere Send or Instructions ADVERTISING RATES Readlne notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements S2 per square inim per tlon Discounts maae on iuiK - Entered at the Post office as second class AlMettens communications and business maUers sbnnld be addressed to THE DDLDHED pERICP EDWARD E COOPER Manager 459 C Street Northwest WASHINGTON D a SATURDAY DECEMBER 16 AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE 1S99 The Colored American warn good active aeents to canvass for iribscriDtiohs at all points not now pre empted Good Indu...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 December 1899

y t57heroofft Sergeant Wil Gallant About 1 H Carney Only Colored G A K EarDlug an Uoton sue Colored W Inn M333 - tlio rt p tui - - rifrican tne H Auwitr a HlDf c j Viiicott9 Camp m itti3aMu Enviable Reputation iv0 Activity Among ---- - Rev Matthew Albert Gr1 a Preacher in Poll Neil sbaw S d Other Noveltiee Special In this 13- readere or ine cut of Sergeant Trt fr Cirneytne ne u whose memorable voras when the ova I wil nara itq mpmnr ale i if - tnfc i tier the neu org of Ci lull eei - Ill tUl Car the l a an liiten inc- an mm banqut -the iaJi u -- liiglUICUl - ttmtfort were Colonel r touched the round in i 1 LANT W H CARNEY nicy is a prominent mem i A R 19 a letter carrier in f en Iidfora and la ruiiui with secret and other i uo first camp of sons i veteraua organised in 1 wni h has had many fine named in hi honor fast n D Powell Jr who repre olurnl American in is tut lirt captain Comrade n thorough race man and lnrraMy of tils means to advance the race He is modest the li t re- UI1H ...

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. — 16 December 1899

Jills 131fP4 - 1 SI mvti t r 1 SL j I r j l irL e fj br t nKn d TS 1 i M - JC 3i s K ft SPEAKER HENDERSON The Afro American Has a Friend in the Chair of the National House of Representatives A genial frank and manly man ia General D B Henderson the new Speaker of the House cf RepreEenta tives He ia not a stranger to the people of this country and above all is not an lrieu quantity as far a3 the Negros are concert ed He has been the fri of every measure brought forward tha eemeit likely to broaden the Negros opportunities jsa 7 - Lm l vs Sh r -a rv - iy ---- iiZ XSLU 7 T1 s IV x YSW i N t VS N VA y - V Y 1V 8PEAKEITD B HENDERSON cationally politically and industrially and ho has never denied a reasonable request that was In his power to grant He is wholly devoid of anything so soulless as race prejudice and applies to one man the same test rf merit that he applies to another man He is a warm admirer of Congressman George H White and characterizes the North Carolinian as one of the br...

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. — 16 December 1899

piop V USA POSTAL CARD II- nninK out of town n i euest visiting you Uave s va Q ft recepUon iaging a concert aspect ting for fOod rxaou ropertv 5u buy aP all offlce lca are apP f Eeneral Id- K uraVard Vriehy stating fie City Paragraphs i owia in doine iury Col duty - Mr PMl U Erown is in Nashville TBeioreSllolidaygm9UfIeCt from next Monday ee 0De rhristmas is Brown of Cleveland A Jt re yr OhioV arrived in the city Vr J harles Ruesell has secured gnanmtment at the capitol is taking a Mr JameB L Finn at lloward coue m theology Lukes every Sunday Tte music at St feature ol the ser i3aniot attractive vice of the Fortune Fditor T Thomas Is expected in the city ye YoA Age today several urpriaes are in store for this month Cupid b at work among the linol teachers 3Hetf trade and Maude Bmiih sre vising Mr and Mrs James Ashe in Philadelphia 3H Lena Holmes lies been appoint ed organi t foi the Will Street Baptist church for six months MP Atuelia Bolliue has been visit ngmPtiladclphia the gues...

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. — 16 December 1899

f I mm ifcifi f iff i Hk wm a I I w f si 1 1 I -I - U 1 i w d - la Jf V 5 i f r tf 111 us i Ilil I J jj Af j m mm Opening Evening V HAMPION suspender offering of the season Entire sample line of fine silk suspenders of the Crown Co beautiful gold and silver mountings at exactly half price This knocks out any previous bus- j i r i j i il penaer oargam ever nearu oi m wis vicinity 150 Suspenders 79c I 3 Suspenders 8150 S2 Suspenders SI S58uspenders250 D J Kaufman 1007 Pa Am dity Paragraphs Many important local items are crowded out of this issue They will appear next week Druggist W L Smith was fined 25 for vlotatlng the pharmacy laws relat ing to the sale of poiaons The National Colored Personal Lib erty League will give their first annual reception Friday evening December 22 Mrs Joe Haywood and her neice Miss Nina Gunther of Jersey City N J are spending a few weeks Yith their many friends in Washington Fortune has been kind to Mr and Mrs J U Cunningham of Defrees steot They have jus...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 January 1900

UNDER BRIGHTER bKlES The ifro Amerlcan Council concludes Its La bors and Adopts Strong and Practical Resolutions -Auspicious Outlook The Becond days session of the exe cutive committee ol tne National Afro American Council to which reference is mide elsewhere in thia issue was taken up in hearing the reports of the various committees The work of the Council for the coming 3 ear wag care fully map ed out A largely attended public meeting was held Friday nighi at the Vermont Avenue Bap cist church Bishop Alex ander Walters presided and described the grand results achieved by the ceuference and declared that the Coon cil was here to stay Enthusiastic speoches were delivered by former Governor B S Pinchback Attorney Edward Everett Brown of Boston T Thomas Fortune editor of the New York Age and Attorney F L McGhee of Minnesota On the platform besides these were Congressman Wbite Bishop Harris J E Bruce Prof Lawson and others The reporb of the committee on reso lutions was handed in and r...

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. — 6 January 1900

f TX- j i r a iJ I I r1 H HANDLING POSTAGE STAMPS GoTemment Agent Jobn P Green Throws Light on the Inside of a Most Im portant Bureau Editor The Colored American In compliance with your request that I write for your Christmas number an article containing some account of the offico of PoBtsge Stamp Agent which I now occupy under the governmen permit me to Bubmit briefly the fol lowing The position which is regarded by raanv who are even ignorant of it HON JOHN P GREEN official utit as a sinecure is one of grtat responaibili y though the mere physical labor incidental to itia com paratively light Not only is the agent held responsi ble for the quality of all the various kinds of Kinds of postage stamps which range in denomination variety and value from the 100 Btamp down to the one cent stamp but he is also expected and required to make sure that the quantity held in reserve in the vault is sufficient for anyemergency and the arrival tf prosperity has not caught him napping although t...

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. — 6 January 1900

vs mmm mm trade mark JTIK a a -- -v v w w w x run cau cuiwt m - i r Birom tuttaoalali and Bak JU1 tnau cxpciM IIH VJt V t THE COLOEED AMERICAN WASHLWG TOltf D 0 A CAKE OF COMPLEXION SOAP WITH EVERY BOTTLE OF MYSTIC FACE BLEACH SOFT STRAIGHT AND GLOSSY HAIR produced by the use ol iheveline 1 will give cufflcient Chev ellne lor the str ghlenlng two beads of hair lor 850 Id stead ol one a8 formerly until further notice Is given We use no hot Irons or pasting down with grease In this treatment and the hulr is not changed from dampness but on the con tr ry Is made more beauti ful by washiDg and the straightening appears as natural as It born with It Send a piece ol your bair and 10c and 1 will return it as a sample ol my work THE MYSTIC POMADE which will n ake the hair soft straight and glossy and as beautiful as Ubev elir e but not so lasting at 50c per bottle Ut e Mme Turners Scalp Soap 25c MEuICTED HAIR GROWER I OR FAMILY USE Our Improved Medicated Hair Grower or 8calp Cleaner is an u...

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. — 6 January 1900

r V O 9Mu v2Wsaewa J II - v V fcS3tS3 8S38fVKl i7ssy3fsri1i g5F35feifess NEW YEARS GIF1S A Pew Articles Enumerated That Had The Colored American Been Able to Control Would Have Been Tendered to Certain Persons as a Holiday Bemembrance Let Everybody Be Happy The New Year brings joy and glad ness to the hearths of many Afro American homes or at least it should do so We hope everybody is happy to his fill and that the holiday season has brought in its wake some me mento or keepsake that may ue treas ured through all time and brighten the hours that might otherwise be shrouded in the gloom of disappoint ment and chagrin Had the duties of Santa Claus and the Goddess of 1900 been intrusted to The Colored American the following gifts might have been distributed to certain per sons not unknown to fame J E Bruce Editorship of the Star of Zion T Thomas Fortune A thousand mile ticket away from Washington Booker T Washington 500000 endowment for Tuskegee T J Calloway 15000 appropria tion and 50...

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. — 6 January 1900

r The Masculine Smart Set The palatial residence of Mr and Mrs Kobert Avon Doreey was the scene last Wednesday night of a very enjoyable Smoker given by Mr Dor sey to tbe masculines of Alexandrias 1 smart set Tbe spacious double par lors were yery tastefully decorated with palms and cue flowers emylax entwin ing The velvet portieres festooned back presented in all an elaborate spectacle The following menu was served in the Delmomco style Sweet pickles lettuee olives celery Flor de gras sandwiches anchov paste Tongue sandwiches Sam sandwiches Chicken crocottes en casserole Cold roast turkey Cold beet torgue Barbe capucme salad Lettuce salad Chicory ealad Potatoe salad Based sweet potatoes Mashed potatoes New tomatoes Pumpkin pie Fruit cake Pound cake Lady fingers Bon bona Chocolate almonds Filberts Malaga grapes Raisins American English Roquefort cheese Claret punch Manhattan cocktails Old ReEerve 18 years old Hunter Rye Mumms ExfcraDry White Beal Pommery Sec Henry Clay cigars Geo W ...

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

jrifS I asll3fi3Sa5S3BJsi r iWBSBaisss IRaf It c FUTURE OF THE NEGRO An Unqualified Indorsement of Booker T Washingtons Idea From an Authoritative Source The Races Most Practical Leader From the New York Tribune Probably no man in the United States is better qualified to adylae both white and black races for their com mon good concerning the Negro prob lem than Booker T Washington En tirely free from every trait of the agitator and demagogue and candid in regogmzmg the Negros faults and the practical obstacles in his path he is also perfectly self respectful and courageous in claiming for the black man his full rights under the Consti tution and in claiming them as much for the sake of the white man as the black Mr Washington nan just pub lished a volume on the The Future of the American Negro which is the most sensible practical and clear sight ed treatment of that subject that has challenged attention for a long time If every white legislator who is in clined to vote for laws to s...

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. — 6 January 1900

PIONEER OF THE WEST E P McCabe Builds np Waste Places in Kansas and Oklahoma and Opens New Avenues for Enterprising Afro Americans Guthrie Oklahoma special Hon E P McCaDe the subject of this sketch can justly be termed one of the leading pioneers of the race The late Hon Frederick Douglass In writing to a frisnd had this to say of him Mr McUabe is Dot only a pioneer but a distinguished leader He does as well as says He has done and is doing a great work for our poor and sorely per plexed people m the West In the seventh s Mr McCabe resigned a lucrative position which he then held in the County Treasurers Office of Cook County 111 Chicago to engage in and if possible assist in peopleing the landB of Western Kansas with men and women of the race upon the then vauaut lands of that section He set tled in Graham County and associattd with himself Messrs John W Niles and Abram T Hall where they found ed the town of Nicodemue settling the surrounding country with families up on tractB of o...

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. — 6 January 1900

ft ZlFJliiL xrt T KH3H33KffiaE142 f i ip - RrSllfa lliiIJ Iff Mi 318 M I 1 f I SE2S33SSff ss jrisTfjrr7 5tye Colored niericaij PublJehed by TH e Colored ahsbioan ub isblng Company A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER Pub Jsbed every Saturday at 459 C BUN W WasbingtOD D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year 8ix months Three months 200 - 110 60 INVAEIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may De sent by postoffice money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not necessarily lor publication but as a guar antee of good faith We solicit news contributions opinions and in fact all matters affecting the race W e will not pay for matter however unless it Is ordered by us All matter Intended for publication must reach this office by Wednes day of each week to Insure Insertion In the current Issue tiSMAgents are wanted everywnere 8end or instructions Cor Sale by all News Dealers ADVERTISING RATES Beading notices 50 cents per line Displa...

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