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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

FIELD SPORTS AT AND AROUND HOWARD UNIVERSITY Tbe fiald sports held on Howard University Cfcmpus last Friday after uoob May 25 under tbe Bole direction of Mr 0 Augustus Batler were a great success Despite the inclement weather fully fl5o persons witnessed tbe contest There were six events Fifty yard dash one hundred yard dash three hundred yard run one half mile ban dloap ruunlng high jump and running broad jump Mo8oley the little lightweight ath lete from tit Louis eaptured the lions ehare of the prizeB He won hoth the running broad jump and tbe hundred yard dash and finished second to Hob son of Philadelphia in the three hundred yard run JilpDin of New York met an unexpected defeat in the half mile handicap He very foolishly eet she pace from the starb and was beatfn out by J W Laweon of New York LawBons wind was remarkably good for the Leavy condition of the traok Lawson started ia tho fifty yard dash confident of pushing Graves hard for the first plaee but the little Virginian ro...

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. — 2 June 1900

tfXAa i i R IU in - h Let the Law be Repealed Editor Colored American Allow me space to make this brief statement Through the columns of your spicy newsy paper I desire to make known to the American people of another mean discriminating law on the stat ute books to which the attention of the present Congress is now called The American people through me desire to aek Congress why it should allow a law to remain on the statute books giving each member of Congress ffcill BANKER ISAAC H SMITH and each Federal office holder an un limited extraordinary homestead ex emption and gives to the people a limited state homestead exemption I mean to state that the salaries of Congressmen Senators and Federal office holders are exempted from at tachment from a levying execution against a debt Now unless you pass a law exempt ing the property of each American oitizen from sale for debt I aek why should there be a law exempting the salary of a Senator Congressman and Federal officers from attachment...

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. — 2 June 1900

lOLOKEB AMERICAN WASTS THE SEWS Too Philadelphia Tribune makes the subjoined humorous bid for information b11 of which The Colored American heartily indorses and aeks the same favors from our host of readers and friends We are not bleat with clair voyant powers nor can we employ the large force of reporters neoeEuary to find out evory thing You do yourselves a service by eerving us Hear the Trib une man We want the tews If your wife whips you let us know it and we will put you right before the world If you have company tell us if you are not ashamed of your viBitor If you have a party or gathering of any kind bring around the cake seven or eight pies md a side of ham not necessarily to eat but just to show your friendship and appreciation You neednt mind iuvltlug us as it may be too oool for our wardrobe We want the newB thats all Zion Bishops and Ministers Entertained The doors of the spacious and hos pitable residence oi Miea Anita fi Joy were thrown open to the Bishops mm ibters ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 2 June 1900

tj 31 8 i n i KK BEFORE AFTER sfti 3ibio zHxsiara wxmmfo s a BLOOD POISON CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Deep seated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patent medlolne treatment qnlcs ly yield to B B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years B B B has cored such indications as mucuous fstches in the mouth sore throat eruptions bating sores bone painB itching sKin swollen glands stiff joints copper colored spots chan cres ulceration on the body and in hundreds of oases where the hair and eyebrowB have iallen out and the whole skin was a mass of bolls pimples and ulcers this wonderful epeclfio has com pletely changed the whole body in tea clean perfect conditionfree from erup tion and Bkin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B is the only perfect cure for blood poison Bo suf ferers may test B B B and know for themselves that it cures a trial bottle will be sent free of charge B B B for sale by druggist at 1 per large bottle or...

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. — 9 June 1900

a - a ii kt VOL 8 NO 10 IN DEFENSE OF HIS RACE Rev C T Walker Replies to Adverse Criticism Cockran and FrankiScored An Enthusiastic Meeting Which Crowded Carnegie Hall to the Doors New York N Y Special To an audience that crowded into every Beat and aisle of the main floor the Btage and the balconies of Carnegie Hall last Sunday night the Kev Dr C T Walker pastor of the Mount Olivet Bap tiBt church spoke in defense of hie race and in reply to W Burke Cookran and other speakers at the recent Mont gomery conference and to the Rev Henry Fraak who assailed the Negro race at Carnegie Hall a week ago The majority of those present were colored people and the words of the speaker melted them to a frenzy of ap proval at time a There were loud mur murlnes of Hearand Yes When the enemies of the race were denounced a wave of sympathetic anger swept through the hall With fine sarcasm Dr Walker asked that every one join in ringing America The colored man has a right to sing America he said and I ...

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. — 9 June 1900

il w in in n I r i JI 81 H t N MR8 MARY CHURCH TERRELL Whose Eloquent Address at the Commencement Exerciree of the A and M College atGreensbcro MC Created Such Great Enthusiasm THE BRIGHT SIDE Mrs Mary Church Terrell Discusses the Bright Side of the Race Problem at the Commencement of the A and M Col lege for the Colored Race Greensboro N C Special The re cent commencement of the Agricultural and Mechanical College for the colored race which was ooncluded Thursday evening May Btb with an address by Mrs Mary Ohurch Terrell of Y ash inKion D J was the most notable and successful in the hisiory of this rapidly giowmg ver tuccessJui and popular insuiuiiun The tXcicists wnicb make up the Ooilege piogiam couductea by the students were of a very nigh ana conmtndabie order The execution oi the program for the different dayo was a treat which large and appreci alive anditncts drank in most heartily It remshad however for the closing address to reaon the very Benith ol praise and applause Alt...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

TUSKEGEES GALa DAY Tne commcement Exercises at Mr Famous School A Magnifi cent Showing of the Years Work i iwot Scotts Eloquent Speech and a t eprtsen aive Throng of Visitors Tuskegee Alabama Special The oiimeQcement exercises of the Tnskegte Noiraal and Industrial Instr tute began Sunday May 37tbat which time the commencement sermon waa preached by Rev H H Proctor pas tor f the First Congregational church Atlanta Ga and cloeed Thursday May 31si with commencement address by Rev I B Scott D D editor of the Southwestern Christian Advocate New Orleans La Many ptrsons Borne 2 COU or more visited the institute dur ing the week to be present at the vari oub exercises Monday evening the Phelps Hall Bible Trainng Bchoal exercises were held at which time the address was delivered by Key J E Smith of Chat tanooga Tenn On Tuesday evening the fifth ora torlcal contest for the 0 rinity Churoh Boston prize took place This 1b one of the greatest eventB of commence ment week and yearly it grows in ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

Jk 1 ra s IPiljk iM - T--v T TT Z R B Haidy officiating At their xeei ifffrOTrn n fiirn i i -- THE HILLS OF VIRGINIA News Notes and Social Flashes From the Classic Burg of Char loncsyille Charlottesville Va Special The closing exercises of Jefferson sobool KjOS plate a the FimiiaptiBt churob Thursday May 31 The exercises of the primary grades taught by Meeers C H Bullook4 Geo W Lawson and J N Baker were held at 3 oclock p mM and the higher grades taught by Meseers E Tonsler Robt Kelser J A Brow a ana Miss Lizzie Coles Very higu otuer bud xtfltiwt great oreolt on tbb txctllent cor jS of teachers headed by the able pincipal B E Toueltr The ceebcation of ihe 5 Lb anniversary of the Alumni Astooiation of Jefferson school took place at the Ebeuezer Bap tist ehuruh Friday night June 1st Tne program was as follows Opening ohorus Prayer by Rev W 8 JackBon Quotations by Alumni song by Silver Leaf Quartette Messrs Tonsle eon Jackson and Chisholm address to Alumni Ker W L Tolliver ringing Seni...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

The Rote Song Recital Th Kote Song Reoitl by pupils of the public schools at the High School Anditoriuin la3t Tuesday night was a thoronghy enjoyable interesting and ncceasful affair Great credit is due Mrs Alice Strange Davis the Direc tress of Mualo in our schools who had entire charge of the innovation and i her able assistants Misses Lola John ien Marie James and Loney Haywood BDd Meters Grant and Layton Pan Lawrence Dunbar Joseph Douglass and Misb Sregoria Frazier rendered several selections in a masterly manner Notice Meeting The National Memorial Home Assoc ation will hold its last meeting for the gaaaoD at the Sojourner Truth Home Vermont Avenue northwest Tuesday June 12th 080 pm MIbb M R Bowen ebalrman E M BoBton supt The summer course of Mme Small woods Dressmaking Academj 1518 Madison street begins June 15 th Pjpils can enter any time Mm Kete Ross of 1C02 L northwest left yesterday for Atlantio City Gen Robert Smalls Jolleotor of Customs at Btauforfe 8 C is in the eity He...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

SHifigEB m r fl hi P j t - v n it - It I 323E LHjf frjhAnttft HIGHER EDUCATIUN A Howard Graduate Contends For It and Delivers Some Powerful Blows In Its Defense Beautiful Word Painting and a Mrst Eloquent Peroration There Is bat no question world How to make man be in ewme83MawaMmliwi fiMtfmestsismiMBiMXMaiimivsgBBaisBvam jjaEBS laAg JS the r and bat one anBwer Education Bosus education is the development of the hu man faculties tending toward the per feasibility of the human race tae high eat motive and bringing man nearest to God Therefore tducalidn is the ferce which answers the only question in thii world and it behooves ub who have been engaged in educational par suits nod whoEe daty It is hereafter to endeavor to make man babter to consid er well this answer ah patent force at our parting and farewell Oar purpose id to show wherein the high sdueation contributes to the ag gregate of qualities which oanstiture manhood callB into play ike higbeet powers of mans being sad beat fl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

r ffsffFi syL W v vF i v i Jhe Political SHoroscope Toe 8ultan of Turkey Is now arecep tivo candidate for Demooratic sympa thy The party that tegrets tbo settlement f a labor strike is short on excuses for existence The political organization that thrives upon disorder and discontent is not the proper governing power for a healthy nation The increased dividends of the South ern railways naturally causes an in creased uneasiness on the part of Southern politicians Fewer failures in all sections of the country last April than in April 1899 Thats pretty good proof of prosperity in a Presidential year Mark Twains Presidential candidacy had the humorom right of way until it encountered the Sioux Falls and Cin cinnati proceedings The Democrates are to have their great jollification thle year on the Fourth of July in plaoeof putting it off until the IdeB oi November A decrease of 284 000000 pounds in the quantity of wool Imported in a yoar shows the value of proteotion to wool to tho Ameri...

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 June 1900

TS0 if h II u r i ti l 1 aJ i T i rti 8UBS0RIPTI0N RATE8 One year Six months Three months ijyw jjijL Ihe Colored mericaij PuoilBhsd by the Colored ambbiojln Fnb Hvblng Company A iATIONAL NEtfRO NEWSPAPEB PntKUhed eyery Saturday at 459 C St W W Washington D 0 200 - 110 00 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE BnhscrlnttonB mar De sent Dy postoffice money order express or by registAied letetj AU ooninatUloisionF for publication ationkl be accompanied with the name of tbe writer uot necessarily tor publication bat as a gtnr antea of rood faith We aoltalt new oontribntlons opinions and in fec U matters afreetlng tbe race W e will not pay for matter however axJg it li ordered by n Ail aaettef intended EST psbitcaoa moat reach thte office by WadneB day oX each week to insure insertion in tsbe correal Usae tSMAgtKita are wanted everyvrnere Bend or JLStructloiiB ADVERTISING BATES Reading notices 60 cents per line Display adYertlMBiente 82 per BQuare inea par tnaSF tion fUoaoants made en Uwre ooDsaote Enter...

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

NEGRO I Continue jil3 or her oonoepu - part It signified nothing the part was simply to be oneofamaBS Instead 0f a lot of lay figures brought on to jog choruses there were a Jot of pi rate ami policemen and the Major Generals daughters Each daughter bad ber own conception of the way to be frightened at the appearance of the pirates Each pirate f oted out his own personal conception of the fierceness acd lviality of the pirates part The PROF J HENRY LEWIS Who Managed and Conducted the Pirates of Penzance so successfully result waB that fcr the first time in my life I saw The Pirates of Penzance acted Heretofore I bare seen it acted by the persons whose names appeared on the bill while the rest of the peo ple on the stage siraply filled in And every one of thse actors in th9 chorus acted well There waB no exaggeration everything waB harmon ious tad in grod tasto If you are fa miliar with the ui importance of the scing element in the usual chorus it may give you some idea of the way th...

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. — 9 June 1900

a ziir Ti Jl Sity Paragraphs Mr Robert A Doraej has gone to At Iaatlc Oity Mrs Doraey will spend the month of 5 uguat in Atlantic City Dont fall to attend the Sidney Woodward concert Monday night at Bhiloh oharch L street between 16th and 17 ill streets Messrs B B Slade and W Horatias Jones of this city have opened a tailor lng establishment at 633 Atlantic Ave Atlantic City N J Health for 10 cents Oascarete make the bowels and kidneys aot naturally destroy microbes cure headaches bil llonsnesa and constipation Mre Evelyn D Shaw formerly of Washington D C is spending a few days with Mrs C A Fleetwood at No 319 Spraoe atreet Le Dsoit Park Mrs Shaw left for her home in Altoona Fa Monday June 4th A grand May Carnival was tendered the American Count Club of this oity by the Young Meias Progressive Clob at Baltimore at Paca Hall Thursday evening May 31st Washington wbb well represented over there Sidney Woodward Paul Laurence Danbar Mrs Luia Joy Brooks Mr Joseph H Douglass Prof J T Laylo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

A FRIENDS TRIBUTE Larpi Testifies to the Sterling Qualities of a Buckoye Leader The beat tioute a raaa cn receive ib lha tribute pid him by his friands -by tiiose who know him intimately For a giod seven days in a week friend Gsorge A Myers ha few equals and no superiors Ha is essential y and in tenseyaraeo maj often planning fur woat he belkves will inttreat hie race while the probable beneficiaries of bis plans are enj ying the luxury of eleep or steeping themselves in pleasure As so organize his abilities have been UlJ and retold so ifcen so frequently exploited aid have been tested to the farthereac iu so many warm political contests that It is not necessary to re fer to him further as an organizer George Myera fiiends are of the never separate kind Taey are attract ed to him by his worth as a raao by hia honesty straignt forwarddealiugs and he holds them not for a period but for all time and they in turn hold htm lie Is a Republican constant and true preferring that party to an...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

11 HjgTiAS L 1 t m - t THE SUMMER SEASON Captain L J Woolen the maaager of the Elver Queen announces in aaotbe ooluma to the pmblio that the books are opened for exoaieiom te Not ley Hall that popular anmme resort and that the Biver Queen has been re painted refitted ap In every way asd aew eleotrlo lights put i at the ex pense of five thoasad dollars and la in bettes condition than ever to serve the public The following dates hare all bees takes Jibs 4 Bolford Outing Club Club i 5 Oeoaola Social Club 6 Juak Dealers Business Hen 7 to Cedar Point 10 Regular family excursion te Notley Hall 11 Orescent Boeial Club to Notley Hall 13 Mlnufeemen Club 18 F W Hedge and Dan Freeman Auxiliary Club 14 Hillsdale Business Mens Aeaeolation 15 Fred Douglass Post No 21 to Lower Cedar Point 18 KeyatoBe Pleasure Club n i 11 League i Belief 10 Odd Fellows Georgetown SO Lower Cedar Point 31 Youag MenB Protective 22 Young Mens Immediate 25 Felix Lodge Masons 28 La Tosea Social Club to Hbtley Hall 47 Thn...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

fret m S R - II v x f j 1 MR ROGER W WATTS Recent Graduate of Howard University a HER FRIENDS HER LEGACY The Iimt Sad Kites to n Good Chris linn Knst Wasbiiifjtou Notes St CypriauB Catholic church I3th and 0 streets s e was filled to over flowing Tuesday morning at 9 oclock with an audience of the most composite character that ever assembled within lta sacred walls The occasion that drew forth such an outpouring of the pjjuace was the fuueral of Miss Cef cilia Thomas who for over forty years had been one of th6 mo3t conspicuous figures in the social religions and phil anthropic life of the Cutholio world of Oapitol Hill Rev Father Matthews assisted by Fathers OBrion and Keen an perfozned the ceremony Father Matthews Bermon was a beautiful touching aud eloquent tribute to the many excellent virtues of the deceased The societies of St Benedict St Cy prian and the Children of Mary the last named organization of whicn Miss Thomas was the founder were out in large numbers to pay the last...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

i it- t Ah IT IG II pa t J F I f 1 ii 1 4 B m 1 1 Ki 9 r THE SENATORIAL ARENA- Bruce Grit Hurls the Javelin at the Clown of the Senate The Editorial Thunder bolts of The Sun A Good Word for the Negro Albany N Special The Hon Wil Ham Eaton Chandler of New Hamp shire while discussing tbe Postal Bin in the den ate a short time ago was in tercepted in the middle of a Beutenct by South Carolinbd badly educated representative who bears a striking re semblance to an animal who shall bt nameless here though every one wilt recognize that Ben Tillman is meant Qalok as a flash the New Hampshire Senator turned on the Palmetto states man and said The 8enator from South Carolina tires himself and tiros otlier people by interpolating Bpeeobes Into the remarks of Senators Thu was the out direct and the big bully with murderous proclivities kept h t trap closed during the period thai Senator Chandler occupied the floor We may gather Horn the remarks of Senator Chandler that he expressed the senatori...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

i COMMENCEMENT DAYS Tne Lt ui Seven Anniversaries of Howard Lruw it Celebrated in a Most Befitting Matter Notes or the Exercises Th fiu1 or tne deven anniversary of Howard University took pi8Ce Jjedty evening May 29th at be r f1 Oocgregatioeial churoh The departments represented were tho Col lege rVparaiory and Pedagogical At be njJi sef 8 oclock the church was crjrtlKl aud the overture promptly teudtrtd by the excellent orcheBtra under ine direction of Mr Joseph H Doul fS After the impressive invoca tiou y Kfcv Sterling N Brown the jirrt i tdictory oration representing the liepaiatory department was then cflivcrtd by Mr Roger W Watte HiiohL Hubject W8s Higher Education the Ail Potent Force The young orati i who has just entered upon his twenties trtated his autject master fuli He received great applause and ma iu quite an impression by his jueuce as will be seen later The next oration representing the Pedagogical department was pronounced by Mis Mary H Bowles who chose for her subj...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 June 1900

fcti Ifc 4s S i mi rtf 1 m i 8 MS W Si 1 tth I- m m mm WiW wsm V- wnmjwmae L -- - ---- II - BEFORE AFTER Gity Paragraphs Mrs W A Lucy has been coafined to her borne by a severe illness Beoorder Cheatham is spending a few days in North Carolina Ii8fi Nannie E imltb has retained from a Tiait to North Carolina Mia Mary F Carroll of the Philadel phia Honse is steadily improving Mr O H Stokes an attache of the TJ Capitol will eativate at Ocean City Md HifiB Mary Saunders of the Normal ofceol u very ill at her residence 1804 2tt street Mr Thaddeua Straohan of the In terior Department has Just concluded an enjoyable annual leave Miss Ooeana Brooks of 1487 Pierce Place ens of onr moBt popular young aofaoel teachers Is greatly improved in health Hiss Bessie K Thompson of Jack sonville Fia is hi the oity visiting Her sister Mra W T Menard of 831 Sim streets Miss Mary Lore Perry who na9 been teaching at Ashevllle N 0- will be the guest of Misu May Tyson during the heated term Booker T Washingt...

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