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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 March 1900

- ifro4ineiicansiii Manilla fVrHnnPdfaomla9t week e liut we could see insurgents Tiwdefl like bees the officers could frying to urge their men on b9seea they seemed to falter under the oftheKraRs for those be tire deadb aeau 3 unless In i fhnt an tinl i ur 2UUH ucw i SStnt fire w maintained by us deihwnd be the consequence if ley gauged our position At this unctur of the engagement Captain of P company to oV to k a equad if he could drive them back far ee InouKl t j allow the scouts to come out When outside these d warehouse volley in the air and charg en fired a the scout took advantage ed a ihe did so vantage uf the momentary stampede among the inaurrectos and rushed out No Hda got out in the opening to resemble a slaugh aud thing began with long men armed ter pen b ilo being encouraged by omcers tried to ttand but ere shot down they but finanlly those began a slow retreat who could took to their heels carrying of their dead and BLd dragging many and leaving a funded with them ben...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 March 1900

WT teStf m US If fh IK IS eU u ft OUT OF THE DEPTHS The Career of Mr R R Church the Foremost Afro- American in Western Tennessee A Delegate to the Philadelphia Conyention Mr Robert R Charon of Mem phis Tenn a leading business man in Mb community and one of the beet fenown colored men in America was recently eleoted a delegate from the 10th Congressional distriot of his State to the National Republican Convention to be held at Philadelphia in June mask MR ROBERT R CHURCH next- The election of bucq a man as Mr Church to a distinguished place in the council of his political party marks an epoch in the history of the colored people of this country It is s rare compliment to Mr Church and it reflects the intelligence and advanced thought of his constituents Mr Church is not and has never been an office seeker He is a business man pure and simple and has never allowed the thought of personal politics to disturb his equanimity or to Interfere with his established ideas 01 a Dusmess career ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 March 1900

DR JOHNSON m Lines A0ng Afro Amer ii a rior Alexandria Yv A fnrll 6PTV1CBB of Ml88 -- hirch at Ociuui y i o aX there was a lafe attendance S RLP Union of fr church to In to the program from 4 to 5 p m Smeetins was addressed by BevW Jlp JohnBonDDf pastor Second IS church Washington DO Dr on made an able address He keofthe work of the Union in its local1 general work BsiiTilamone not only as an nreDization to aaveiuV oF DUDginthechurcb1butasanedu doctrines and church church 0n ttory Bapiist of course Dr John- talked about BO minium m iDi nnwpr that had nf Be tpiriiu tediuelf through the introduction rfthia society In hli own church and commeadeditaa well as all other socio similar character Special ies of a Lnate rendered by the Quintette consisting ol Messrs Bamuel Jackon Alvin Truatt Geo Howard and Misses Bes3le Howard and Mabel Reddick well rendeied The was The selection Quintette is under the efficient director Ip of Mrs Lottie Backner organist MuBicwasalsorendonedbyaQuartette exi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 March 1900

r M Oar Spring Steele Beady And Prices Ar Correct The same identi cal new spring etyles in fine Madras Neg ligee 8birts Ibat yen see marked 150 everj where else are here at SI l 1 D J Kanlmao 007 Pa aye fcity Paragraphs Mr Daniel Murray has returned from New York Miss Mary Over a teacher of the Giddings school has been quite in disposed -- Rev W iB Johnson pastor of Second Baptist church has been sick the lasfcfewdays but is now improving Call on the Indian Herb Medicine Man Dr James P Kerr he cures all manner of diseases Bead his advertise ment and write for particulars Hon Abe Middieton of Eenans ville N C a noted politician of that State ie in the oity the guest of Mr J N McDuffie 426 1 street n w There was no session of school at the Banneker building Mcnday owing to the unimproved sanitary condition Where is Health Officer Wocdard Health for 10 cents Oascaretn make the bowels and feidnej s act naturally destroys microbes cure headaches bil liousneas and constipation Mr H a Kels...

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. — 31 March 1900

a r VOL 8 NO 1 A MODERN C1NCINNTDS The Story ot Editor Johnsons Life Reads Like a Romance A Powerful and Pop ular Candidate for the Bishopric The sul ject of this sketch was born a Blave In Georgetown 8 C Oct 10 1657 Here h received his early train ing from public end private tutors un til bis Hth year At 13 he joined the A M E church was apprenticed to learn the printers trade at 14 w s eonverUd at 13 and licertFed to preach 78 he attended in his 20th year From 1877 tended the South Carolina University at Columbia From 1874 SO he studied theology andBelect branches atHoward University Washington D C la 1880 he joined the South Caroina Confer ence was stalled at Spartanburg where he repaired the church and in creaied its membership Transferred to Philadelphia Conference in 1831 and and stationed at Morris Brown and Ox ford consecutively while compleleing his college course at Lincoln Universi ty Took Bachelors Arts degree and Elders order in 1883 Same year trana fered to New England...

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. — 31 March 1900

1 m I I m Mmv 1 i i i - u Hi I Li it Lit1 ll I ii 3f w i r ilil axiv sSif i ummi HW 11 I M IH3 H t - r - Ea- AH EDITOR DINED The Wizard of the Races Leading News paper the Guest ot a Solid Set A Feast of Reason and a Flow ot Soul Saturday eveniug March 54 1900 Mr E E Cooper editor of The Col ored American raa tendered a banquet by the following gentlemen Bon Geo H White Hon J W Lyons Hon M P Cheatham Hun P B S Pinchoack Hon J Milton Turner Hon John P Green Mr Robert Har lan Prof WH Richards Editor W O Chase Mr John H Paynter Mr B 8 Bmitb Mr Leon Turner Mx W T Montague Mr Chas E Hall Prof R H Terrell Mr D B McCarey Mr id C Tjeon Mr M Wear Mr Fred W Hedge THE MENU f Cutlets of Caviare Olives Salted Almonds Blue Points on Deep Shell Amontillado Sherry Consomme a -la Royal Ohioken Halibut Tartar Sauce Rusrilan Potatoes Champagne Fillet de Butuf with Mushrooms FrenohPeas Slowed Tomafcced Lettuce with Tomato Salad Roquefort Cheese Bents Crackers Roman Punch Maccaroons French Coflee Cigars...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

kas PROF G N One of the Most Brilliant IN THE GREAT WEST Prof G N Grishams Eloquent Address to a Cultured Audience A High Mason Social and Political Doings in the Windy City Chicago 111 Rpecia Professor G N Griaham Principal of the Colored High School in Kansas City made a notable address before the Mens Sun day Forum at Bethel church last Sun day afternoon H6 was greeted by one 01 the best audiences erer assembled In Chicago He was listened to with clcso and rapt attention tho bis ad dress took quite an hour and a half In delivery His subject was -Motives and was a study ot the human mind Altho of a scientific nature Professor Grieham bandied bis subject with a happy manner and drove hip points home s itb epigram and anecdote Per haps it will be a fair epitome of his address to say that it was a plea for s broader view of life and its duties and for co operation and organization in every branch of endeavor Professor Grisham was introduced by Mr 8 Laing Williams a motion for a risin...

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. — 31 March 1900

ir IK njif irw - IE ill II BANQUET TO W CALVIN CHASE 5aagggg t sr v fcessifc Gathering of Representative Colored Men Many Speeches Made Thursdays WaShlrgton Post W Calvin Chase District delegate elect to the Republican National Con vention at Philadelphia was tendered a banquet last evening at the EDITOR W CALVIN- CHASE Koonce Cafe by a number of lriends The banquet hall wa3 tastefully decor ated and brilliantly illuminated and excellent muBic was discoursed At 8 oclock the master of ceremonies Mr Samuel G Thompson called the as semblage to older after which Rev Watson invoked the divine blessing Tne following toasts were responded to Our Government Judson W Lyons The Negro as a Factor in Politics R E Toomey Education aB a Lever Prof R H Terrell The Negro as a Citizen John P Greon Young Men the Hope of the Race W L Pollard Leadership C C Stewart Our Party H PCheatham Our Future J W Patterson Our Guest William Murrell Mr Cbaee was then introduced Hib remarks were entirely a eulogy of...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

TOEOOLOSED MEHIOAtf WASHEraTON D 0 CHARGE Of THE COLORED REGULARS AT SAN JUAN HILL This free ricturc in brilliant coIots Is 18x24 inches in size on heavy plate paper readv f r framing It sells regularly AT S500 BUT WJUt RE GIVEN FltEE to every buyer of this edition of Camp Fires of the Afro American STYLES PRICES AND HOW TO ORDER Camp Fires of the Afro American In cloth binding Ct fh haniUoiue emblematic design in colors see cut above over ft 111 I -ac iMfKX with free nreiniiiin picture VnVV SAME bound in Morocco Iveratol very handsome and durable with free premium picture FREE 250 1500K AD TICTURE WILL BE MAILED POSTPAID ON RECEIPT OF PRICE Anontc Wantprl 0ne thousand agents wanted at once to sell this great book HUKiliia uamxu c giVe liberal terms and absolute control of territory Agems already iu the field are making from S20 to 50 weekly Full particulars on application complete canvassing outfit including a copy of the great premium picture mailed ou receipt of S100 Address to d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

II V a- i KSeuxSiii POLITICS IN OHIO Cincinnati Will Have a Hebrew for Its Next Mayor -The Afro American Toter and Its Power in Hamihion County Politics Cincinnati O Special Tnis city for the first time in its hiBtory is to have a Hebrew Mayor Tho eleetion takes place April 2 Each candidate for the mayoralty is a Jw Its amusing to think there will be no outlet f r race preja dice The voters who find a eavage sat isfaction in scratching niggers and jews when candidaes for offi e will HON WILLIAM H PARHAM have no choice they will either bottle their hatred or not vote Julius Floisch man the republican nominee is 28 years old and prominont by reason of the millions he being the chief beneflci ary made by his lately deceased father CharleB Fieiecbnan in Whieby and oompresaed Yeast Alfred Cohen the democratic Fusion candidate has been twice a 8tate Senator and Is a success ful attorney It is a fight of the inde pendent republicans assisted by the democrats to down George B Cox the recogn...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

DKOP US A POSTAL CARD You are going out of town You have a guest visiting you Your pastor re given a reception you are managing a concert friends are ill You or your An heir is born into your house- b0lA mating for a specific rmrpoBe Is 0811 Your paBtor preaches an exception- ailv gool etrmon ou buy a pUee of property appointed to an offioe You are You know anything of general in- drop us a card briefly stating be facts gitjTParagraphs Bishop Alexander Walters president Naiijral Alro American Couu of tn Cil WB3 iu the city a few hoars lat week Ths Bishop has a host of friends in thia city Health for 10 cents OaecaretH make tue bowels aud kidneys tct naturally deetroys microbes cure headaches bil liouBnes and constipation The class under the instruction of Mr Lawrence Bradley is making a very creditable showiog Mr Bradley disciplinarian and his fine ley is a career is full of promise Call oa the Iu Han Herb Medicine Man D James P Kerr he cures all manuer of diseases Rend his auvertls...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

Wl M m if kSS LiS 8 j JjJrJa 5ffie Colored American PnbUebed bv The Colored ambbioan Pub lishing Company A NATIONAL SEGRO NEWSPAPER Pnblahed every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Six mouths Three months INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE 200 110 60 Subscriptions may dc sent Dy pottoffico moDey order express or by registered letter All coiumunlcationr for publication should be ajooiapanied with tbo name of tie writer opt 90cesaarlly lor publication bat t a HBvee oi gooa tana W BoIlit new contributions opinion and In fact all matters attesting tho rae Ta WU1 not pay for matter fcovrrer uaeu tt la ordered br us All matter lnteaded Jor alleation must rsaob this offle by w OX eacn week to Insure insertion in toe cujrreat issue 4Asents are wanted everywnere 8end or instructions B of Sle by all News IelrN ADVERTISING RATES Beading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 82 per square inun per Inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Entered at the Post o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

Continued from 1st page Quite a number of Sirauutrs from out o town were in attendance among whom wero xMies S B Frazier of Red Hook 2T Y Mr Harry Lewis of Bos ton Has Misa Williams of Troy K Y Mrs Harris of Troy N Y the MIi6es Epps of Waterford N Y Very many beautiful costumeB were worn noticably among the danc ers were Mrs F W Taylor elegant black satin jet trimmings and jack rcsee ilra Harris Troy N Y black brocade silk decollette and red roses Mrs Maude Douge black brocade silk Bklrtand cream satin waist Miss Epps of Waterford N Y black and white striped Biik Mrs Tillie Fulton brown cloth Euit combined with white Bilk Misb Carrie Dixson green satin over dress of white net and many othtrs that I have aot space to mention Ztas full orchestra which furnished the music for the oceasioa ie one of the finest musical orgcnisitioou in Al bany Every one was loud in praise of iB magnificent playing and none more than those who tripped the light fan tastic toe Hereafter Zita erehestra will...

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. — 31 March 1900

i iff mr m W8 Pay for Your Paper We are eendiDg out this week a large number of letters containing bills to delinquent subscribers A large percent of Ihem is to persons who stand high in the communities in which they live and who are amply able to pay their tubeciptlon bills to The Colored Amer ican There seems to be however something in the nature of some peo ple which opposes the paying of a newspaper bill These letters are care fully worded and are not intended to offend any one It is the wish of tha manager of the paper however that tcose who receive the bills will ac knowledge the receipt of them and eend on their subscription Ihis will be a great year because of the impending campaign because of the prosperity which follows a wr - ------ - because of the Paris Exposition and last but not least because of the prog ress being made by the Afro American everywhere Those who have read The Colored American from year to year and who have followed its f rtunes cannot afford to miss it...

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. — 31 March 1900

Our Literature Much interest is centred in the ef forts 0f Mr Daniel Murray to secure a complete list of the books and pam ohlete by Negro authors to be need as cnart of the Negro exhibit at the PariB Mr Murray has bsen ExpoHion Pingularly fortunate in making a grand collection Referring to Mr Kichard Henry 6toddards criticism recently in the New York Mail aud Express Mr Mnrray writesMrStoddardsas follows Library of Congress N March 22 1900 Washing 01 D 0 Mr Richard Henry Stoddard New York Mt dear sir Earring to an article which ap peared recently in the Mail and Ex Lsa to which ray attention has been called by the Editor of the Tuskegee la the remarks Student I desire to say Con marks made aueot Obeenutts jure Woman that there is no such literature and that the thin as Negrj Negro h lurnished inspiration In this con rather than found it nection I wed jou herewith a copy of a Prelimlvary List of Books and Pamphlets by Negro Authors Bent out to solicit addl lne the whole to form 3 pa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

ta if IK SfM tH l f 9 4 II 1 w k in 15 OUR CASE IN EQUITY Major Charles RLouglass Protests Against Hot Headed and Untimely Utterancrs Notes From a Popular Lyceum Pklitor The Colored American It was a great treat to me to bs present at the meetiag of the Second Baptist Lyceum on Sunday last to listea to an addres by Senator William E Mason on Human Liberty He gave ntterance to some of the old time sentiments of ante bellum days and the days of the reconstruction period and hi speech waB ably supplemented by remarks of Hons George H White Judson W Lyons John P Green and Miss Lucy E Moton and others There was oae speech however that I thought entirely eut of place and insulting to those preient and that was the speech of Editor Manly of Wilmington N C fame Ho posed as a martyr and charged without exception that the colored people of Washington were do ing absolutely nothing by way ot contributing funds for use m testing laws aisied at the disfranchisement of the race in the Mouth For h...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

Lt Woman of Our Race Honored Tle national president of th Relief Corps has issued am order o 11 erer tha ooutaj tk them to forward journals if L upon y printed ones wis a vjeh of their work from the date of i ii - natinnml ariinizrtnn tin uo MRB JULIA MASON LAYTON rotary the sama to be sent to Paris Exposition The Department of Po tomac W R C made up of two col ored and nine white Corp3 with a mam barship of about 700 womeD is anxious to have an accurate sketch of the raluabla wark done for the old soldier his tridow and orphan Mrs M R Spraguo and her staff realizing that Mm Julia Mason Layton baring sirred on the staff since January 1891 ithe Department having been then organized only 6 months up to the present date that she and she alone from personal knowledge could give an accurate sketch immediately ap pointed Mrs Layton to perform that duty The only regret is that this work will be placed in the white De partment and no credit will be given the writer as a colored woman SPECIA...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

3ft F1 l7 WMWVi - u A GREAT PULPIT ORATOR Maryland Contributes Dr Pennington Whse Eloquence and Energies were Devoted to the Services cftha Lowly Nazarene Mr Pennington was born a slave and nmained m that ccr ditich for a num vt of years and finally resolving up as becoming a fugitive he ran away ad found shelter at the home of a Quaker in Pennsylvania with whom he remained six months The Quaker taught him the rudimeata and na ture assisted by his own ambition to emancipate his mind did the rest Aftor the espiiation of six months it became necessary for his safety to re move further North so as to be oub of the reach of body snatchers To this pur poao he reiaovad to Long Island N Y where ho engaged his services to a with whom gontUman as a domestic he remained for three years during whioh period he applied himself to study and was sevfar improved at the expiration of five yers from the lime of his escape from slavery that an ap plication was mado to him to teach a araall school of c...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

nutmeg State Hows Mrs cffo Stanley Mr S r - n jr0WnandMrsmarKci political News Notes Haven J Pnnn RnactHl Mr x mTBUL stauiey oi a TtBu3Lu Bwvr of BB 14 1800 Ui ilcsdsy BTentaft March LltlB at her home The aeceasea trr hea r slok a fr dys Sk8 was In which she lin the same house lU r nn onH WAR fled twenty aevau yowo bi Wwn m the City of Elma beoaaa fhirnreet voiae as on of New Bingera She had ier hndg popular Le time Bung in the choir of the I unwell Are Congregational vumuu Ih8 funoral took place from her late iaidenw Sunday the 18th Inst at 130 m Bev A 0 Powell officiated The floral offerings were beautiful father one broth mother Bhe leaves a r8nd hoBt of friends to mourn their Brother Samuel J Brown one of Saw Englands mo3t popular and moat ueful men of our race after about five dijfl illness with pneumonia diod at His residence 172 uixwell Ave Tnura day evening March 15 Mr- Brown was bain in New York City fifty six jearsagi He came to this city when ten year 1 of age became Chri...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 March 1900

JM ttt Mil k ft See that window display of Spring Neckwear at 50c frSF Theres a lot to gam and nothing to lose in boy ig your spring suit now Y u secure the exclusive effects which cannot be duplicated iser Let us Bbovr you the qualities were selling at 1285 lheyre marked 15 elsewhere- Just glance at those swell 31 and SI 0 Fancy Shirts in the window D J Kaufman 1007 Pa a8 DKOP US A POSTAL CARD If You are going out of town You have a guest visiting yoa Your pastor 13 given u reception You are managing a concert You or your friends are ill An heir ia born into your house hold A meeting for a specific purpose is called Your pastor preaches an exception ally good sermon You buy a piece of property You are appointed to an office You know anything of general in terest drop us a card briefly stating he facts Sity Paragraphs Miss Anice Lewie a kindergarten teacher has been quite eick Mr Madden Butler ha3 been appoint a substitute tether of the public BChools in the tenth division The Mozar...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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