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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 26 May 1900

WASHINGTON AT HIS BEST The Tuskigee Wizard Tendered an Ovation by the Intellect and Culture of the Nations Capital More Clearly Than Ever He Enunciates the Principles Upon Which the Negro Must Build a Successful Future Inter Racial Co oparation and Proportion Training of Head and Hand the Essentials Booker T Washington has come and gone Ills visit was a triumph Our community knows more of the man and his work and his influence has expanded and taken firmer rout Tuesday evening the famous wizard of Tuskegee the most illustrious apostle of industrial education addressed the people of Washington on the status of the negro treating the theme on entirely new lines analyzing our condition from moral relig ious political economic and educationa standpoints Despite the strong counter at tractions an illuminated parade down town and a fire only a block away spacious Metropolitan A M E Church has rarel been filled by a larger or more thoroughl representative audience than that which greeted M...

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. — 26 May 1900

m I m lih COLLEGE GA EXERCISES The State Industrial College Makes a Good Showing Collega Ga Special The Ueorgia State Industrial College will hold its commencement exercises beginning with the Baccalaureate 6ermon on Bun day June 3rd by Eev L B Maxwell Monday June 4th annual address by Hon George H White pud alumni address by Mr J C Few class of 05 Tuesday June fl b graduating exer cises and the commencement address by Bishop W J Gaines A niembr of other prominent speakers will bo present Among them are expeoted Governor A D Candler State School Commissioner Gleen and Prof Booker T Washington The school has had am enrollment this year of 438 and graduates quite a large class of young men and young women Congratulations have eome in on all sides to President RR Wright for the matchless snoetss of the work done this year The editor of this paper is cordially mvitefl to ba present G02IMEHOEAIENT BXEHOISES Tuesday June 5bb 11 oclock a m Music Waterville Maroh College Band Prayer Chorus ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 26 May 1900

gity Paragraphs Mrs M B Martin Is improving Mies Maria Smith is In Atlantic City The summer exodus has commenced Attorney W L Pollard la convales cem Dr G W Bryant lectures at Seoond Baptist church Jane 11 For banquets and parties the Delmo Koonce oafe cant be beat Mrs Bessie Fletcher Webster is de lighted with her rew home in the Britiuh Wt Indies Chaplain W B Ooston of the 48th expectB to report for dutp iu tb Philip pmea at an early date Mi68 Martha Pollock has returned to her home in Norwloh Ooon after en joying much eeolal attention here Next Friday night rain or shine the Academy of Muslo will contain more people than it has for many moons The entertainment Friday evening at Carroll HU giTen by the Teachers Beneficial Association was well at tended The Dolmo Koonce oafo puts pp the finest ice cream in the city The opera The girls The piratea and policemen Automobiles locomo biles carriages The supper June 1 Expenses MIbbos Sarah and Lizzie Tancl of Alexandria Va were In the oi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 26 May 1900

a IL P it- m I m E5S23E5 sssS3SS9ms mxssssv EDITOR FORTUNE ROASTS TILLMAN Close of the Zion Conference -Mr Dancy on the State of the Country Negro and the Ballot No Sympathy For The Boers Tea closing eeSBlon of the general eonferance of the African Methodist Episcopal Zlon Ohuroh Monday was fall ef interest The report of the com mittee on the Btate otthe country was presented and the cbmmeDt made by T Thomas Fortune the editor of the New York Age were sensational The report dealt at some length with the question of the suffrage for the Negro and Editor Fortune in speaking on Ibis point vigorously denounced Ben Tillman of South Carolina and in the moat unstrated terms pitched into the one eyed scoundrel who daily digraoes the United States Senate by his pies and who outrages every Instinct of deoenoy by his brutal and cowardly sttaaks upon helpless blacR people It had coat tons of blood and tons of money he said to place the fifteenth amendment in the Constitution of the United Siate...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 26 May 1900

0 ha oa WASHINGTON AT HISiBEST Continued from 9th page have done at Tuskegee Ala during t nineteen nr in jegirmnh 1SS1 with absolutely no x vittt nTimc the TusKegee iiisuiuic t imc f Tni A n ui 10 U Of this amount about are this year under cultivation tun tsVinnl rrniiruls KPlml lings and of these all except four S1 I Xnito erected by the labor of - c fiwipnts and their k 1 loiie the work from the drawing if50 1 mnfcimr nf the bricks tO I thP in nf the electric fixtures be PJt fr ront1c nnd butreies and tZd of live stock The total value of J11 nnl nrnnprtv is S300000 aW to this our endowment fund of f P ll total property is 405000 and iul to this the value of the 23000 L f public land recently granted to r PnnnrP55 thp total iu iiuu j ---- i mnnn Tnft rjlns irn by work at their trades and i nvnnnriiturn fnr pnrrvinc on Ul Vt ton onn Thp total ihi wrK 10 r p ixpenuiiuie io v -- lUi d lily expenditure i iwi iu iu W - XT Reeinning witn tmny suiaems me num r has grown until at the prese...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 26 May 1900

H m m tmt Jl n THE ZION CONFERENCE Rcriew in Detail of the Work Accomplish ed General Officers Elected Changes in Pastorates and Distribution of Episco pal Districts St Louis in 1904 BecauEo of the press of -work the Conference bas been having both night and day sessions during the past -week The Committee on Episcopacy bae made the following recommendations Pint dlstiiet New England Biew York Central North Carolina and Nora Scotia Bishop J W Hood Beo ond district North Carolina Alabama and North Georgia Bishop T H Lo max Third district South Carolina Palmetto and South Georgia Bishop O 0 Pettey Fourth District Blue Kidge Central Alabama and South Florida Bishop 0 R Harris Fifth district Western North Carolina Ten nessee Florida Bishop I 0 Clinton Sixth district Virginia New Jersey Missouri Miohigan and Canada Bish op A Walters Seventh district Philadelphia and Baltimore West Ten nesEee Mississippi Kentucky and North Arkansas Bishop George W Clinton Eighth district Allegheny and Ohi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 26 May 1900

Charlottesville Va Letter Charlottesville Ya Bpeolal The boye meetlDg at the Y M 0 A was well attended Sunday and the boys were addressid by Mr K W Graves and Superintendent of the boys de partment C H Bullock The mens meeting of the Y M 0 A for Bible study was largely attended Bunday at 4 30 oclock The subject lor next Sunday Bible study is Stand still aud Bee the Salvation of God BxoduB 14 1 13 The several delegates who attended the meetings of the Baptist Conventions which met in Danville and Lynchburg respectively have re turned and give encouraging leports of the Btate work Mr Wm H Para go who is agent for the Oable Music Company of Richmond Ya and who is probably the only colored represen tative of this firm in Che state recently made 16 saleB of pianos for said firm in and near Charlottesville Mr B H Baker General Agent Royal Benefit Bociety Washington DO is in the citjr In the interest of Bald Sooiety Messrs James H Heisaell and Wil liam Noble are home from Hot Springs Mrs E...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 26 May 1900

m lb U m l BEFORE AFTER appearance at Hhiloh Baptist church June 11 Mrs Iitlu Joy Brooks needs littln if aay introduction io the Washington pablio She will be heard to great ad vantage at the Grand Musical Concert at Shiloh Baptist ohureh Monday ev esisg Jane 11 Through the instrumentality of Edi tor It UalviB Chase fifteen colored gaftf MUMMftftis Jaw fcea appelated CtSJS for the DIstrlot of Columbia by Super visor Harrison Dirjgman They will go on duty June 1st Madame living of St Augustines okuroh will Bing the beautiful solos in Gounods Gallia and Mr William Gacd rich tenor soloist makes his reentry into the musical arena at the big mus ieal arena at the big musical festival Jane 8 The annual drill of the High School Cadets will take place Monday at 415 p m at the Base Ball Park and prom ises to be the finest exhibition of taoti oail skill they have ever put up If we have Shrintr weatker the affair Will be a glorious sucsesB Kev A P Miller B D will deliver a memorial address to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

ISSUES OF THE HODR Prof Dudley Offers a Key to the Solution of the Race Problem The Subject 1m partially Treated Individual Merit and Success Factors in the Equation An address delitered before the Eclhel Literary and Historical Association May Stn 1900 Mr President Ladies and Gentle men The Negro problem stated the Negro problem solved the Negro prob lem in all of its forms and phaBes has been discussed sooftenBO interestingly and bo exhaustively one might readily conclude that there is not enough left of the subject to hold continued interest or to engage further thought But ooming from the groat state of North Carolina where siuce the famous revo lution of 1693 the daily press has about excluded everything from Its columns save White Supremacy and where the hustings hare been kept resonant with the cry of Negro Domi nation you can easily understand why I cannot discuss with interest the eonditiona of tho habitants of the Fiji Islande or the causes leading to the decline and fall ...

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

iir t 1U ml RHSBSssI HON GEORGE A MYERS Alternate Delegate-it-large to the National Republican Convention at Philadelphia Born In a elavo Btate and identified with a iace held in slavery living in the midst of all the oruBhlDg influences which human prejudice and oaslo could heap upon him George A Meyers though only forty- one yeare of agehas risen to a station and influericein the ooanBelB of the nation unparalleled In biographical annals Harriet Beeoher Stowe SDtaking of Frederick Douglass said Frederick Douglass had as far to olimb to get to the spot where the poorest white boy is bora as that white boy has to olimb to be President of the nation And the eame thought may appropriately be applied to the subject of thia sketch Gearge A Myers was born in Balti more Md March 5 1869 being the eldest of the three children of Isaac and Emma V Myers In June I860 he had the miBfoitune to lose his mother When he was only ten years ef age and consequently never had the lull advantage of a mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

ISSUES OF THE HODR Continued from 1st page mand a greater portion of their respeot aud esteem In the diHco89ion of the first question piopounded I suppose I must not ox pect an unanimous acceptance of the opinion which I shall advance But however fallacious my opinion or un sound my conclusion the eflort will not be in vain if in some way I can as Bfstin direotlng more attention and tnought to whateyer errors the past may hold up to our view and through such study prepare ourselves for the fewer orrors and the greater triumphs of the future EHFRAKOaiSBMEMT HOT A ORIliE I believe it is the fashion to speak of the enfranchisement of the freedmen as the gigantic crime of the century as the blunder without paralell in po litical history But in this matter I must confts that I amnoi faBhiooahle To my mind ignorance is not the greatest obstacle in tne way of a proper exercise of the rights of enfranchise ment In the great cemetory of the nations of the world not ignorance but corruption h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

IsSf K fil ttfiT EU I THS HILLS OF VIRGINIA News Notes and Social Flasnea from the Classic Burg of Char lottevile Charlottesville Ya Special The annual election of officers of the Y M 0 A was hel4 at the headquarters of the Y M O A Tuesday night May 88nd rsBultlng in the following officers for the eneueing year Mr J H Dick inson president Mr S B Logan 1st vice president Mr J H Thornton 2nd vice president C H Bullocfe sec retay Mr Ernest B Allen aeet see retary Mr J N Baker treasurer Mr A F Angel chaplain The executive committee Is as follows Messrs 8 B Log an B H White A F Angel D A Smith U H Bullock The mens meeting at the Y M O A was well atte nded Sunday and the Lords pray er ably explained The monthly meet in g f the Sunday school ui ion was held at the Bhiloh Baptist church Sunday evening at 8 oclock Mr Q P Inge president presiding Excellent papers were read and the recitations to were highly enjoyed by all present The meeting of the Union showed that even the small children ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

AGNOSTICISM DEFINED MrChilcoat Turns The Light on Religious Mountebanks Who Take the Livery of Heaven to Sorva the Devil In Editor The Colored American We bad thought at least by this time all persons of ordinary Intelligence and in formation would be familiar with the life and character of the late Ool Rob ert x Ingersoll It Is etrange that honest men will sometimes resort to injudicious methods in their endeavor to promote an otherwise laudable and worthy objeot A visiting gentleman to our cly recently related to his hearers apparently a little personal history of him oll uur informant quotes the rbverend gentleman f Baying that he one met the lato Mr Ingersoll in open debate and that Mr Ingeraull on meet ing him decided he oould not stand be f jre such a store house of facts win as he the reverend gentleman had packed away for him And furthed it ap pears that this man 1a using such argu ment In collecting money for some ob ject no one eeemBtoknow PersonB who have seen and heard M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

r ft r Is I fi k i 3 r T 1 ft i iA u m - JY ri I t iia 7 MS if i ft i i m s I I1 jcRa52rZ A5BLOQUSNT MISSIONARY Rr Charles S Morns Electrifies a South ern Baptist Convention oy His Pyrolech fiic Description of Missionary Work in the Dark Continent The Southern Baptist Convention composed entirely of white people have jsst closed an interesting session at Hot Springy Art This Ccnreiitioo was addressed on the night of the 14th of May by Rev 0 B Morris who has resently returned from Africa Rev Morris old home is in LouisvllU We fcare known him for years His mother lives In Loulaville and he is a promis ing man of the race His epeech before he Baptists stirred tbem greatly The Associated Pieas at Hot Springs sent eut the following description of his ap pearance before that Convention Another Booker T Washington ap peared at the last momenta of the SeBthsrn Baptist Convention last even ing He was Rev Charles 8 Morris a yoBBg man of brown km and with eloqneoce that thrilled the big assem ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

J A PLEASANT INCIDENT Sergt William Harvey Carneys Bravery Recognized by tha War Department On Saturday July 18 1863 nearly 37 years ago the assault upon Forb Wag ner 8 O wbb made the result la his tory Among the many conspicuous acts of personal valor none stands out la bolder relief than that of Sergeant W Carney Jo G 54th Mass Vols Wnen te Color Sergeant fell he threw away his rifle slezed the oolors and dashed forward in the faoe of the storm of ghot and shell until he reached the top of the parapei into which he drove the stall of the flag and ay down behind it and for nearly an hour held 8KRGT W H CARNEY it thereuntil at length he found that ho was the only one remaining all others being shot or driven back Not being willing to surrender himself or the flag he pulled up the staff and made a breas for the reserre lines and although wounded in three pfaoea be fore reaching there he sucoeeded The officers at that part of the line wished to relieve him of the colors and send him a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

m g f I m il 1 iS 1 1 aormiiTiTimt Jgije Colored American PuhUehed by The Oolorb ambbxoah Pnb lteblng Company A NATIONAL KEGBO NEWSPAFUK Published every Saturday at 4S9 0 8t N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION BATES One year Biz months Throe months INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE of eaoh week to insure current Irene tgulAgents are wanted eTerywnere or instructions 200 110 80 Subscriptions may oe ent DypooflJce money order expresB or by reglsfcwed 1frIi All communications for paSieatton shonM be aocompaniedwith thenanw of tbe -writer-net necessarily ior publication but as a guar antee of good faith a We solicit news contributions opinion and in tact -all matters affecting the raaa VJ e will not pay for matter howeTor um It is ordered by us All matter intemiar RJ blicaUonmust reaoh tnis omoe oy w lugerwou ju ujjo Send ADVERTISING RATES Readln notices 50 cenU per Une Display advertlBaments 2 per square Inoo per insertion- Discounts made on lare contracts Entered at the Post office as seoond omss mat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

CONFERENCE ADJOURNS A M E Boards for ihe next Quadren gnlum All Efforts to Increase Officers rjand Salaries Were Blocked -Closing Features Columbus Ohio Special The A M B- general ooafareaoe ad j on mad at noon the closing Be3sion be lng one of the liveliest of the confer ence One of the mosb important features mm mt REV M M MOORE D D Newly Eleoted Bishop was the announcement of the following quadrennial boards Publication board Chairman Bishop Derrick first diBfcrlofc W H Giles eeoond J H Oailott third J M Gil mere fourth R U RiHBom fifth V J McLonald North MisFouri conference sixth W O P Sburinan seventh N JLi Edmonson eighth P H Fisher alnth J A Jone eatb J P Howard eleventh J L Moore twelfth J C Morley thirteenth J H Martin four teenth Missionary board Chairman Bishop Handy first district W H Thomas eeoond E H Bildeo third J H Jones fourth R F Hurley flf h M 8 Brant Noith Missouri conference eiztb J A Lindsay saventh L uard nor tihth P W Walls nimh J W Fiazier tenth E T Cotiman ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

irf I i t l s Si J t i i l ri i 3 1 i s THE SUMMER SEASON IS ON Captain L J Woollen the manager of the River Queen announces in another column to Ihe publlo that the booka are opened for exoursions to Not ley Hall that popular summer reBort and that the River Q leeu has bsen re painted refitted up in every way and uew electric lights put in at the ex pense of five thousand dollars and is in better oondltlon than ever to serve the public The following dates have all been taken June If it 4 Belford Outing Club 6 Oceola Booial Olub 6 Junk Dealers Business Men Olub 7 to Cedar Point 10 Regular family excursion to Notley Hall 11 Crescent Social Club to Not- ley Hall June 12 Minutemen Olub 13 F W Hedge aud Dan Free man Auxiliary Club 14 Billadale Businesa Men As Bociation 15 Fred Douglass Post No 21 to Lower Oedar Point 18 The Keystone Pleasure Club 19 Odd Fellows Georgetown 20 Lowor Cedar Point isl Youne Mens Protective League 22 Teung Mens Immediate Relief 25 Felix Lodge Masons 26 La Toe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

IX THE SUNNY SOUTH Thurman the Noted Lectureress Mrs Lucy BanquetedA Degree tor Register Ly onsCommencement Exorcises in the Gate City General News Notes Atlanta Ga Special Last Thurs day afternoon Mr and Mrs Hunton field aeorotary of the Y M O A ten dered a reception to the womans olub hnnnr of Mrs Thurman of gan This wa3 perhaps one ot the flaeat affairs given in the city for quite a while Mra Tharman delivered a lecture to the club in the interest of establishing a mothers nursery for the children of mothers who are In servioe rs lVCyTHUrf Her remarks were timely and the olub promises to take the matter up and push It to a success I noticed among the prominent ladies present at thiB reception Mra Dr J W E Bowen Mr Dr H R Butler Mrs T B Kelly Mrs A D Carej Mrs Maj S W Easley jr Mrs W F HcXinney Mrs Hodgers Mrs H J White Mrs Giles of Spellman Seminary Miss Jcsie E Holmes Mrs Prof W B Matthews Mrs Nellie Cook Hamilton and others Mrs Hunton i a great entertainer and a very pleasant a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

J if g nini ilftljWtWIW -a COFFERENCE ADJOURNED OTT Continued from Ninth Page debarring from the pulpit any mas who is separated frem bis wife except on account of adultery After brief addresses from the new bishops And the new officers the con ference adjourned The next place of meeting In 1604 was placed in the hands of a committee who will decide later Macon Ga is mentioned as a possible location Bishop Baiter presided at Frldy mornings sesBlon Eev B R W Leake of North Carolina waa elected business manager of The Christian Recorder receiving 832 votes to 89 for REV R H W LEAKE P D of North Carolina Newly Bleoted BuainesB Manager of The Christian Recorder Rev T W Henderson the present in onmbent and next hlgbptt on the liBt ol competitors Rev H T Johnson was re eleoted editor of the paper Rots H B Parks H T Kealing and J R Hawkins were elected by accla mation to the positions respectively ef missionary secretary and editor of the A M B Review and J H Haw kins eeoretary of educatio...

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