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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 April 1900

i5 AND A LAWYER 100 Editor Colored American The fol lowiBglme3 composed by an editor ter looking over his subscription list believiug that Its publication In your jpermay have good effeofc and render L publishing oi the names of de linquent aubscrlbars whiohyou weekly tbie3teu to do unneoessary I hope itspaoe igow dear to our hearts Is the old sil ver dollar ffben sme kind subscriber presente It to view TbeLberty head without neoktie or collar And all the strange things which to us seeca eo new Ibe wide spreading Eagle the arrows The stars and the words with the Btrange things they tell The coin of our fatheres were glad that ve know it ForEometime or other twill come in light well The spread eagle dollar the star spauglad dollar Tbeold silver dollar we alllovaso well W C M Dr George F Grant of Boston Is the euestof hii brother-In- law Dr Henry L Bailey 1713 T streot for a few days Sloging school at the Peoples Con gregational churoh will begin tomorrow at 4 p m There will ba a speo...

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. — 14 April 1900

6 LISTEN TO MY TALE OF WOE DEWEY Written lor The Colored American A man I knew beloved by all Listen to my tale of wne Responded 10 bis country nail h nd poured forth hot cannon ball One day 15th of May Listen to thn tale of woe From far Hong Kong no steamed away Listen to my taleof woe And aneh red In Manila Bay Let them Mbow hed come to stay Unliy Gee 123 Listen to my taie of wee Chorus Hard trialB for thoe crews Spaniard the all had the blues Whaij Dewey turned on the 63tevt They fl d drippd dead Listen to my taie of woe He oame back home a hero bold Listen to my tale cf woe Received a s word handle of gold On fcha people had a firm hold Thats rlght you might Listen to my tale of woe Cupid arrow his heart did sting Listen to my tile oi we The pecpie still his prai e dd sing When ha bougnt wtddi g ting For his vi lde Listen to my tale of woe Chorus Hard trials for them too Dewey and hie sweet bride too Trouble bfgan to brew Thats trnt doodle do Listen to my tale of woe A home the ...

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. — 14 April 1900

r rfrfF L v VT IV N A A rj Paymaster John R Lynch can go to Philadelphia as a delegate if he just Eays the word j llidison Vance and Biohard Simms go to the Philadelphia conven from Louisiana tion as delegates-at-largo ana j W Adams the only oolored dry goods merchant of Montgomery Ala owns two stores and employs ten per- ions w H Johnson H A Rocker Hen rv Lincoln Johnson and JudBon W Big Four to the Lyons are Georgias Philadelphia convention Thoma I Keys an able political leader asri candidate for delegate from tbo Sixth Mississippi district is post master at Ocean Springs that state Our great and good friend Hon PaacH Smith of Newbern writes that hp is out of the race for Congress in the Second District of North Caro lina Goose neck Rill McDonald Eeems to have won out down in Texas They appear o run politics in the Lone Star Btate afer toe fashion in which one Mrs Actey cnce ran a tavern in that section like rlieol John E Bruce Bruce Grit is no Bfcochas a promoter Just look how th...

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. — 14 April 1900

H m tim i II -3 4i 1 dTM 1 i mJm fit pB5SJiaft3 - fHL The Colored American PuuUPhed bv no colored American Pub lishing Company A TIOXAL XEtiKO AEWSPAPBK PubasheU every aaturday at 459 C St N V Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Pix months Three months INVAKIABLY IN ADVANCE 200 110 60 Subscriptions may oe sent Dy posioffice money order exprbv or by registered letter All - vavxtt or shoold ba acocifiaruvi itu me name of the writer set ecenriiy tor publication but as n guar feae of scroll faun - We solicit news oouirlbntious opinio0 and in fact all matters stffecthix tna rane Vt e will not pay for matter However unless tt 1b oitlared toy ub All matter Intended tor jftiblloaUonmuBt reach this office by Wednes djr of each week to insure insertion in the current issue t JAgents are wanted everywnere Send or uistructlonB Eor Sale by all News Denlers ADVERTISING RATES Keadlns notices 60 cents per line Display advertisements S3 per square Inon per inser Moa nisoounts made en lars con...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 April 1900

s THE OOLOBED 1MERI0AN WASHINGTON D 0 gp Aioaac gastfatyterv grtLrgiJA J I View of The Chapel Roger Williams University Nashville Term ly under the trying climate of Madras and in 1S9 she was ordered by her phyalcian to leave the cauntry perma nently The Orel yoar of heir return to Amer ica Mr nd Mrs Guernsey labored to gether in Benedict College Columbia a P under the lendonhip of Rev A 03born D D the then new presi dent of that inatihitinn After a briof trm of servioe in flnok Academy Mr Guernsey waicltd n the BJth Eden ohurcho New lork Uhv and to toe historic First church of Owego He ao cepted tb latter c 01 and served the obttrea with great acceptance until called in FeptenibT last to th preai doncy ef Roffer Williams Umveraity Though at the loss of much that was delightful in the pastoral relation he fplf that the opportunity for efficient and far reaching sprvice -was greater In to university and acted accordingly Tbns for ho has ban meeting with the bPst f success He has been...

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. — 14 April 1900

9i a fM ijskpi mm iStSetft l 13 1 F Su Ijs i 1 BIG NIGHT AT BETHEL Superintendent Pewell Talks Most Elo quently on Education The Paper Dis cussed by Messrs Hilyer Miller and Others Progressive education waa discussed before Bethel Literary and Historical Association Tuesday night A pril 3rd by Hon William B Powell Superin tendent of the Public 8ohools of the District of Columbia Mr Powell bean bis address by mafctag comparisons between the old school system and the one which now J if BUPT WILLTAM B POWELL obtains in this community The on ward march of civilization with its many and varied improvements was depicted in eloquent language The progreta of the Yankee system of doing things oyer the European was il lustrated bv an incident which the speaker observed while in England sometime ago In Kent they use two horses to a plow tandem with a man tD lead the first horse and another to hold the plow two men and two horses plow one furrow In America two horses are hitched side by side to...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 April 1900

X H IS NOISED ABODI TOWN That tlie next Beuiation is about due Ttat professional knockers are to be returned That Commissioner Wight will not be re appointed Tiiat T Thomas Fortune will get what he is after Tbat the Hart Farm School is to be kept alive as it should be Tbat Champ Clarke is sound on the Bubject ol District suffrage The drill of the High 8chool Cadets will break all records this year That Chase and Jonoa will be Eeated io the Philadelphia convention Tbat Prof W E 3 Du Boia heard something while here laBt week Tbat a complimentary dinner to President R W Thompson is under way That J Milton Turner and Chairman Jame3 K Jones understand each other Tbat alternate delegate Lucius H Peterson is to have a substantial testi monial That Mr Arthur Lyncha vicinity is permeated with a strong odor of orange blossoms That Bam Lucas eaBily retains his place as dean of Afro American comedians That Captain Perry is saving hiB new suit until the rime comes to move on to Philadelphia That...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 April 1900

4H 1 fl m SPeS V3 v i 1 m m j i m aa S m it a TMr - to invfflinirai 1 jj -Company EVENING 5TAR BUILDING WASHINGTON D C ODEE OOLOSED 2MEBI0AK WASHINGTON D 0 View in The Dinirg Room Roger Williams University Nashville Tenn Bemember tbe date Friday evening Jaae 8 1900 Hoffmans second annu al musical festival Hear tbe grand ohorus the famous band tbe select or ohestra Bousas new marcb The Man Behind tbe Gun as played by Hoflmana band will bd worth the price of admission alone C H NAUGHTON FINE WINES Harper Wilson a specialty 192fi Fourteenth Srrpor V rWpst SffQmSStmmxSSZSrzSZkfS or f CUB MADE OF AN1P THIPiGBYANY PHCE J CI5UC IASID AT I nur nnirrp i rJRRIS NEW loou Tonic FOR Imnure Blood Rheumatism Liver and Kidney Complaints Boll Pirn plea Ring Worms Tetter ard Hu mors of Scrofulous Diseases It re moves the causes pr dncinr Itchine Nervousness SlseplestLeas Headache Neuralgia Bili utness Indigestion Constipation Exhaustion and Tirod Eeeliug Tbia preparation contains the most valuable Bl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 April 1900

rP r remaruable career a TTT JIfc - - JW IMkH WLU -A years during when she endearea her HelJ iu the hearts of al with whoa she came in coLtuct orn in KiagGeorse Uounrv T3 in 1872 her family came to Wa biugton whou she was but rive rears of age Hhe attended the DUblic scho Is ol the District completing the Higu and Normal in 1891 She- entered immediately upon her vocation as a teacher in our schools and nonsman tiou lvlRDoredfissuch until June 187 when she was married to Dr William L Tignor with whom she lived happi ly un liher datb one little girl bless in the union She was a dutiful daughter a iovmg wife and a tender mothe he died April 4 at 9 p m and leaves to mourn their loss a loving mother a devoted husband a little daulter and host of friends Her fnneral exercises were marked bj the following incidents Rosilutions adopted by the Zlon Baptist Sunday School in which she erred as pupil teacher and secretary commenting on her virtues also setting apart sums day in the near future ...

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

f tM Jr fpiJIi J Mlp vmm r r KJR3 I irHS I i f t IMF I 4 ffi t its lrt 11 all Ol m m Kfr rvi ffl iifljj m m fell His Mi tiS5lI i gLggsraa TT 6ity Paragraph Mrs Jennie F Douglass of 1164 21st street has recovered from quite a ouh illneEH Mr Andrew F Hilyer will spaak at the Second Baptist Lyceum tomorrow ifternoon Dr Lucy E Moten contemplates spending a few weeks at the Paris Expesition Miss Olella Cromwell who has been taking a eonrse at college for two years has returaed to the city fRav W Bishop Johnson has Buffi cieatly recovered to resume his pastoral labors at the Seoond Baptist Ohureb Mrs Fanny LeeReeder oontlnues to remain very weak although her physi sians entertain bright hopes for her recovery Oapt James A Ferry has become a member of the District Afro American Council He is secretary of the famous Blaine Invlnoibles Dr Oolbert intends to issue a daily reporting the proceedings of that great -body He is non committal on the subject of the Bishopric Cupid seems to be gettin...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 April 1900

EDITOR ADAMS ELECTED Llier Barnett in a Great Legal Battle Uems on the Events Chicago Ills SpecIal One of the read before the Mens Bnn ht papers dy Forum was that presented last Sun d afternoon bj Mr Louisa B Ander jon Assistant County Attorney on the Eobiect Encroachments by Southern Legislation on the Uth and lith Mr Anderson m w wl OYRlS FIELD ADAMS oeeded in condensing into an half hours talk all the information concerning the methods uBed by South Carolina and MiBalsalppi in eliminating the Negro vote and was equally successful In giving an outline of tho decisions of the Supreme Court on the consti tltutionallty of these ads Mr An dersons conclnsfon was that there Is but Ijor chanco that the Supreme Court rill ever deoide any of these questions squarely in faror of the Negroeaa man hood the 14th and 16 th Amendments to the contrary notwithstanding Mr Cjrns Fields Adame editor of tho Appeal was elected clerk of the town of South Ohieago last Tuesday at the Municipal election Mr...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 April 1900

m BEFORE AFTER THE CEBKED 3CICERIdjOr TOSHfiSTOTDlr S 8 4Ksmm 4h4s5 OZDKQ I eHKKIbt IKbpI Uljiii IllllH mmm mrmmmmm Be Not Deceived To Tlie COLORED PEOPLE of AMERICA EC0GNIZ1NG THE FACT that there are many so called hair growers and straight et ers now being offered on the market andJnowiDg to a certainty that mos of these are frauds rure and simple we wish to make a straght forward statement to the colored people of America through its paper THE COIi ORED AMERICAN In the year 01 1871 our piesent Secretary through a fortunate circumstance acoulred the receipt lor OZONO It was rot offered tor sale or pushed to any extent until J875 whei it was rut upon the market and met with marked success Alter a thorough test by the leading colored people ol thattime It was pronounced an honest legitimate remedy True to all we els irned lor it and worthy in every respect of the confidence and attention of every member of the colored race because they found ii to cause the hair to GROW LONG Ak STRA...

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. — 21 April 1900

A - Iditor Colored American With your permisaionM bog t J be allowed tnrough your widely circulated paper whioh oy the way ia one of the best published by the raoe to Bay a few words about one of the leading clergymen of the African MethodiatEpiaoopal church I refer to Dr T W Henderson of Indianapolis Ind but now in office at Philadelphia Pa as BuBinesB Manegerof the Book Concern of his church I desire as a member of that ohurch to speak of Dr Henderson as I know him I had the h onor of serving under him aa a trustee for nearly three years indeed was con verted undor bis preaching and esteem him aa my spiritual father I was one of over nine hundred that united with Bethel church under his ministry and know him well and intimately When the good doctor came to Indianapolis we were worshiping or rather those who were worshiping m old Bethel church on Vermont street but it was son evident that if he stayed as pastor the old structure would have to give way for a more modern one and it d...

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. — 21 April 1900

U fc J MJ iV V J in it DOWN AT MONTIGELLO Much Activity and Life at the Home of Thomas Jefferson Charlottesville Vs Speelal At the Ebeaezer Baptist church Holiday eight cosyerts were baptized by the pastor Eev C N Harris At 8 clock ser vice were held at the above named church at which time thoBe baptized were made fall members of the church The revival which has been in progress at the Zion Union Baptist church closed last Friday night with a good number of converts The Y M U A Sunday meeting for men was very largely at tended The subject for next Sunday Is Wladom Prov 6 6 12 Mr J H Dickinson our leadiDg caterer has been appointed head waiter for White Sulphur SprlngB Green biier Co W Vs for the coming summer A better selection could not have been made as Mr Dickinson is a man of greet ix ecutive ability especially along the line to which he has been chosen Mies Julia Yfyatt of Scottaville Va is in the oitr stopping at the home of her brother Mr P Y Wyatt on 8ih Btreet n w Mrs G W L...

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. — 21 April 1900

AN ELOQUENT DIVINE A luted Albanian Talks Practical Re gion to the Sons and Daughters of Moses a Young but Powerful Charitable Organization Albany New York Special -The meet instructive and able sermon ever preached here to the order of the Sons and Daughters of Moses -was that de livered by Rev C N Gibbons pastor of Hamilton Street A M E church on Sunday prll 1 1900 The order turned out in full and made a rery creditable showing Quite a number of -well known white and colored citizens be ing among the auditors The Sens and Daughters of Moeeais one of the strong est benevolent organizations in this part of the State of New York and this is largely due to the intelligent cftorts of Mr Joseph P Bmith a bod of the late J R B Smith after whom oue of the Tabernaoles of the order has been named I here are several lodges or Taber nacles here are which in a prosperous healthy condition as the folio wtag state meuts will show No 112 42 members amount in treasury 7866 in bank V2lo22No 11743 m...

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. — 21 April 1900

SJ f it r -a t Sf d HF38 J SB B fitflta i My r IffSU HI ii f u m ffl i if 4wg ECHOES FROM EASTER Charlottesville Va Special In teresting Easter services were held at the several churches Sunday At the First Baptist church Sunday a m at 1180 oclock 16 converts were baptized by the pastor Rev R O Quailes At the Mt Zion Baptist ehnrch at 12 3U oclock Rev R B Hardy B D pas tor baptized 37 candidates At 3 oolocK communion SQrvlces were held at which time those that were baptized were taken Into full fellowship of the church The Y M 0 A assembly room was crowded Sunday p m the occasion being the mens meeting for Bible study The subject for next Sun days meeting is the Parable of the Tares Matthew 13 chapter 24 and 31 verses The Jefferson school of the city closed Thursday for the Easter holi days and opened again Tuesday The work of the school is progressing finely with the following oorps of instructors Prof B E Tonsler principal Miss Lizzie Coles Messrs R Kelser J A Brown J N Baker Geor...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 April 1900

HKtjiylH I glty Paragraphs t a Cnlnn of 1812 K street la cam m Beam x a Pining ur Lula Joy Brooka of 22d St jeeu on the sick list but was able Jjjcr ffitll uer usum onrcebueao ittai Sunday- jfj Clarence x vuerry lurmeny connected with the Department of the Morion now an attache of the Depart Bent of Posts Havana Cuba is great jr improved in health Mr Win Hale consul to De Leon France was in the city last week and in the guest at dinner of Mr EL C Denny 400 P street northwest Metropolitan A M E Sunday School presented an enjoyable Easter program Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock jll0 was raised for missionary cause The costumes of the chorus girls in the comic opera will be things of beauty The chorus of Pirates and Policemen is a gem well worth the price of admission alone The advance sale of seats for the comic opera Pirates of Penzance be gins Tuesday morning May 1 at Henry Whites music store 929 F street n w seats DUc 03 ana lUU New York City is preparing to build an under ground rail...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 April 1900

3i JtflHWBlWB THE ml wOWEiHEl Jilii ifia In -ram vfljP Sp J si55 J m mm fill Hi laHMffll AM favorites M M Moore H T SHE lffffMfflMm Vim PAn eon C T Shaffer T W - i PPlMHliP 111 J MM a M vastf Ellis ijBU lif a fr Jf a- p i w Ais r Ainl fh 4 l i 3 M itMC if Bishop and Mrs Benjamin W Arnett were tendered a farewell reception at Qainn Chapel Wabash avenue and Twenty fourth street Chicago recently The Bishop has served the limit of four years as the official head of the Fourth Episoopal district and until the general conference meets his future location will not be known It is said that there Is a strong probability of his being as signed to the First district which in cludes the New England states The accessor of Bishop Arnett will be chosen at the next conforence Among those wbbss names will be considered are Dr T W Henderson a former pas tor of Quinn Chapel now manager of the publishing department in Philadel phia Rav J M Townsend also a former a pastor of Quinn Chapel and Dr M M Moor...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 April 1900

A1AJ DOUGLASS REJOINDER He scores Indiscriminate Begging for Monu ments Emancipations and Churches S me Philosophical Reflections The Editor Colored American My communication appearing in your issue 0ftue31et ultimo commenting on the gpeeches made before the Second Bap tst Lyceum on the proceding Sabbath Was not Intended to inaugurate a per gonal controversy with any one muoh lese editor Manly He states through your columns that he was advised by his friends to pass my allusions to him with silent contempt The advioe of his friends was not heeded however and he takes me to task for not reply ing to Mb remarks at the time and place The circumstances they were delivered ces forbade that the meeting being aDout to elcwe when he jumped to his feet and frantically harangued the au dience condemning without reserve the coored people of Washington and wound up with the coarse and slangy ohrase they ought to get off the earth Those present of course heard him and my arbicle was intended for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 April 1900

it i 9 s Ihe Colored American PaoMehed bv TH K tOLOKKD AMERICAN UtblD Company A TIONAL NEURO NEWSPAPER Pubinnea every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Six months Three months 200 110 60 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may oe Bent df postoffice money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not lecessarily tor publication but as a guar antee of good faith We solicit news contributions opinions and in fact all matters affecting the race l e will not pay for matter however tmiesa rt Is ordered by us All matter Intended for tcatlon must reach this office by Wednes Sub of each weefc to Insure insertion In the current issue ta lAgents are wanted everywnere Send or jHiructlon8 For S1 by H News DealPS ADVERTISING RATfcS Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 82 per square lnun per inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Entered at the Post office as...

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