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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

- i l tl J t - II MHI if VOL 8 NO 11 h Ul OF THE PEOPLE Co Jay L Torreys Availability for the Vice Presidential Nomination The Em r diment of the Great Moral Principles tor Which Republicanism Stands Can Soliaify the Y est and Lcpo W ith Biyan on the Stump Whom will the Philadelphia Oonven tln lunniuate for Vice President of the I mu d States V To whose hands will be intrusted the n mil duty of joining with William in carrying the Kepublican on to victory As the time draws nearer for the gathering ot the clans these questions jriow in moment and the more urgently lress for solution It is the opinion of those best qualified t judge that wait ing until the eleventh hour for senti ment to so crystulliA about a candidate as to create a stampede in his favor by adroitly solved oratory has its dangers si ml it is recalled thai few nominations have- hi eii fortunate where the plumy iwiit outside of the gentlemen whose merits had been well canvassed in ad uiee The Aice Prtsidintiul ollice 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. — 16 June 1900

1 THE LONE STAR STATE Prof Frederick W Gross a Representative Son Who Has Held Many Important Places ot Honor and Trust A Power In the U B F and a Most Successful Financier Prof Fred W Grose the subject of this sketch article wbb born and reared at Marshall Texas and attended both public and private schools of that plaoe He studied at Wiley University Mar shall as early as 1873 and fn 1879 he Btudied at FlBk University Nashville Tens In 1881 Bishop College was es tablished at Marshall Texas and he at ones matriculated as student teacher jMffiitM s Mrs X PROF FREDERICK W GROSS and held a responsible relationship to the school up to the time of his gradu ation He graduated from this college In 1885 taRing a fall and oomplete oourse receiving the A B degree Mr Gross has been secretary of some denominational organization or benev olent society since 1580 and is now familiarly known and is sometimes called the aatuial born secretary His olerical attainments have not been surpassed in thi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

f COURAGE TO A FJRIBND When you look around about you Find all you hoped lor lost Your many effort seem but lew lbs desert not yet crossed Wlien groans from tbe dlt heartened Fill all your soul with dread Know these clouds which all have darkened May yet hed blessings on your head Courage Richar E ToojieY Wafhlngton May 31 1903 THE GRAND MASONIC EXCURSION A Delightful Trip to Notley Hall Undsrthe Auspices of the District Masons Of the many excursions that will go to Notley Hall this summer not one has attracted bo much attention nor will draw euoh a large and representa live crowd as tbe grand excursion under the auspices of the Masonic Fraternity of the District of Columbia to that noted resort Nctley Hall Tuesday July 8rd 1900 The MasooB never do things 1 4v COL WILLIAM MAYS by halves In the District of Colum bia they are the fait of the earth Among them you will find tho biainies and brightest men ana the lovllest and most charming of women Notley Hall has been secured all day fo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

JSl TjSrt5a IMS 1 ifrrrr yw WEUWEfiDAYS P JJI Eeporfe of Emigration Bureau Bish op H iS Tamer Ga Dirwtcr Dis etaPBlon BfehepC R Harris N C Blahop 0 T Shaffer Pa IF Bradley Ho Report of Business Bureau Prof W B B DuBois Ga Director Topic The Negro as Produces and Con Burner A PHilye Washington D G Prsf W H CouneM Ala Prof J M Gregory B J WEDNESDAY 780 P M Topic Edaeatjion Under Negro In1 strmateiB Prof Kelly Miller Wash- ingten D GDr Lucy E MeteD Wash ingtoB D e Prof J W E Bowen A H Ga Prof 8 G Atkins A M N C SHURSDAY AUGUST 80 10 A M Prayer ReadlBg Mlnufe9 Sepert of the Bureau of Eduoation Prof B A Jehason N G Direotor The Kind of Education Needed Mrs Julia MaBon Layton Washing tan D C Prof R R Wright A M Qa Prof H T Keallng A M Texas THUKSDAT 2 p ir Sepeiiof Bnrean of Reforms Rev A J Gary Director Chicago 111 Crimi sal f tetisties L M Eenhaw Wash- fctfTr 3 fi f irv tAj aSJMgySWtfrat ei NATIONAL AFRO AMERICAN COUNCIL Third Annual Sasslon to bo Held at Indianapolis Indiana August 150...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

MISS HOWARD A WINNER 5he p ishes Third In the Trip to Paris Cfnet -One of Fire Most Popular sj 1 Teachers of Greater New York it the Paris Exposition Oj M a day the Evening Telegram ann unced the cloae ot the contest WfiHil liau ucou nogcu iuiuuu lie o l minf f jr over a yo3r to determine bjvoehe five moBt popnlar school teachers of GreabOT New York who were to go to the Paris Exposition as the jeto ol that bright and enterpris ing j uraah Among the winners k Mi sJ Imogen Howard who easily maintained hop position as third in the race The story of her triumph fe eaBlly lo d in the Telegram as follows 0ieofttae mo3t interesting of the many remarkuble features of the oon tt wis the record made by MiSB J Imogen Howard the ohief representa tive ftho oolored race Res people raled most loyally to her eupport and worked with energy so unflagging that Fhe was soon within striking distance of the top From tht day she was al- -a among the leaders iVb the contest neared the end she revv strongo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

IM H p IF - 1 - CHARLOTTESVILLE LETTER from the Green Fields f Virginia Notes Wise and Otherwise Culled ter the American Readers OhariotteSYille Virginia Special The literary meeting of theY M C A vra bold at the M B Church last Thursday night Mr 8 B Logan pre siding Mj a F Angel read a well composed paper Bbject Are We Progressing whlcb was dlscuBsed with much enthusiasm by several pres eat The singing by the Senior Quar tette composed of Messrs Charles and Clarence Uary R M frlde and 0 M Taylor brought forth mnch applause The Bunday afterno n boys meeting at 8 oolook at the Y M O A rooms and bible study at the M E Churoh at 4 80 oclock were well attended The churches were all well attended Bnrr day and able sermons delivered by the several pastorB Rev D N Vassar D D of Biohmond theological Semi nary was in the city Saturday Hon J H Smythe president of the Negro Reformatory of the state was in the city last week Mr 0 W Hill is home frexa Morgan College Lynchburg Va MisseB Bebecoa a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

- - I J COL JOHN H DEVEAUX Collector of Customs at Savannah Ga and one of Georgias Big Four A Man of Character acd Great Force COL JOHN H DEVEAUX His Appointment as Collector of the Port at Savannah Conceded to Be One of the Pestdendsnts Happiest Selections A Leadar f the Modern School Firm for McKlnley and American Grandeur Tho mention of the name of Col John H Deveaux always arouses interest in Washington and never fails to recall pleasant memories A polished gentle man a scholar whoae presence is an in describable benefit to a community a true friend and loyal but chivalrous partisan he typifies the high culture and praiseworthy attributes of the new academy of Negro leadorB who are grasping the helm of progress in all parts of the country He is now col lector of onstomB at Savannah and by taot and executive ability has bo won his way into the popular esteem that tho business and commercial force ot Georgias thriving seaport have freely expressed the opinion that his 1b one of 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. — 16 June 1900

I if ii a fi ri I i nm i wtn - HI -a K E JM lyj i 3ZS He Colored uricaii PuWStllfid bV JHTE UoIXHUCB AMHKIOAW Pub- I4aAQ Company A BAKI02AL 1C1B0 I1TTSPAPSB PablliSicd evary Sstrday at 439 0 Si N W Wobiat D O SUBSOSIPTIOH BATES iSBcaths Tfetee aootfea 209 - 1M JQO IKYABIABLY IN ADVANCE SubsacStes jofij m rent fty ptartflflQee money oeSar assffesa r by regtswA ittss AM coU6lasS3B8 f snttea sfii be sHnojjoa1wilk tkaaa et toraisf cot saeacaruy tw jBblla tea as a srw ante e r sssrf fftifb Ve Sllt aflra ctrMraJlM oplswns ana to feC Q h at I or sdrottaf tkv raes Ve VSlMt 99 fr 4r fewovr tsosssf It la aJttt y All Mttv itaaAsfl fer rnWim mm rm tua MBseMar WsfiBw Osy I eaoh we to lasso trtrsimm In tba correal mm it Agrafes ore raated uvm rnrro Sea4 or ttusftroeecs ADVBBTISIHG SASSSS tloa iSSwuii SeB ES aais pcf Cfeso Ijate Mf s war esptsro vuta att snss em Irss at tbfi Feri oso as sees pa attar Ail leaser comae akwrtfrrat and bustaess mftos rtua4 bo aflQressad to fSB C0LD1M PPfilDp EDWARD E ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

Jfajfjft Complaint is made that Gov Riose velt has not appointed a singe Negro to a rfsporsibe cili in the state servloe and he knows the worth of the Negro io if any man does For he owes rite life and hia military fame to the hero id m of tie black race Why dont the oilored leaders In New York get to gether like men and demand some state pntronagt Negro votes count for as much a white votes and ought to be rewarded We are reHfibly informed that there is not a single Nepro voter holding a position in New Yorks Btate capital above that oi laborer and mes senger And yet Ool Rjnsevelt would have been defeated of election If acy considerable proportion ol the Negro voters of the Empire State had no voted or if thoy had voted for hi dem ocratic rival as many of them threaten to do this fall if he is nominated There are ouly two Negio messenseis ons of whom is a per diem ma and works only during the eesso a of the legisla ture tho other is the messenger to the Speaker of the Assembly a ge...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

MBmmmMm858uE k x TTiLi r 1 M S J i is eSrtwr glfcy Paragraph Mrs Henry E Baker has accepted a lorkBhip Id the Centras Bureau When will the Dvorak Musical 8o iety give another public entertain ment Mrs M F Carroll and Mrs H H Warner are spending a few days at Atlantic City Several colored printers were dis charge from the Government Printing Office this week Mr J C Campbell of West Virginia has become a member of the District Afro American Council Mrs Jennie Douglass of this city left for Atlantic Olty last week and will spend the heated term there Mrs Harry L Mlchie and little eon Boddle will rusticate In LoulBa Coun ty during the summar months Mr H H Hargraves of Zanesville Ohio has been appointed to a position in the War Department Mr J A Williamson will be rein stated In the Government service from which ha waB separated some time ago by reduction of foroe For the best and largest glasB of ioe oream Soda for 5 cents drop in theBe warm eveuinga at Oardozos Drug Store at 13th and B...

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. — 16 June 1900

w aeHmWeMTa WJHHHWIK flHt afar j i i H jkt i ii I - I 1i f L g n A a COPT RIGHT 1900 BrflN Ahzmcah Expositiov Co m r v 7 - r - Kr rm COL PERRY H CARBON over the Pennsylvania Railroad leav ing the eixth street station at nine oclook reaching the Quaker City at 1 p m The Blaine Invi cibles headed by Ool Carson will leave on the same tram The Personal Liberty League will be met at Broad Street Station by the Sons of Philadelphia and escorted to their headquarters 1122 Lombard Btreet while the M 8 Quay Club- will do similar honors to the Blame In Tinciblea Col Carson will be serenaded Monday night by the various colored olubs of Philadelphia and will make a speech to his hosts Washington friends will find tbe bureau of infor mation open during the week of the convention at 131S Lombard Btreot Mr Colin Studds the genial repre Bentatlve of the Pennsylvania Rail road has spared no pains or loss no time in seeing that big crowd go from the Capital to the Convention City over the road that h...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

8 3 bo 1 1 - i km ffifc A Memorial Day Incident Bowed with the -weight of many years WItfa throbbing breast and falling tears A veteran leans oer the grave Of him who once hs life did save IVw on Forb Hudson bloody field Where Negro troops knew not to yield Wher i hnrje was the cry with every breath Though every movement led to death The captain felt his hesrt blood thrill As his black heroes climbed the hill And with all thoughts of safety gone Full In the front he led them on JuBt as they gave the Kally yell There at his feet e bombshell fell Quick as a flash his sergeant strong Wheeled aad flung him amid his throng Where he was in hia captains stead The shell burst and he there fell dead The oaptalnmoag the many deed Sought where his heroio sergeant bled Ia time he had the brave man laid Where he oould honor aye his shade And with his own hands tend the grave Of that black warrior faitbfal brave With choicest flowers to be found In garden or in woods around His etUdren strew this...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

I 15i LO THE PC NIGGER uscco they plant and our cotton they r rice ihey can harvest and thrash life jn health and theynurteus when iey earn while we pocket our cash ed us when yourg and Ihey help us i old 1 r toils load cur tables and shelves i are Nlsgers and therefore the truth i ut up told j it cannot tt ke care of themjelve3 Key rinitPOKT 18371 The Wedding Bells 1 hi residence of Mi and Mas T W 1S25 Tst n w waB thronged wan fiieude on the evening of June Oth to witness the mar n a- ni thcr daughter Ethel to Mr I Perciviil Johnon Mr William FethoraUod aa beet man while tbe brd s attendant wao Miss Jeaootto Tuj ir of M5o Pierce Place n w The tin v wtis handsomely gowned inwhiie Mtti i aud CLrncd a large oluater of brides ro e The cererncny belnc per nnuea by the Rsv Riveis of Bereau AU sr the ceriuony a reception followe J djiing whieu the guests were highly en eriatued ly Kraphaphono selections rated by Mr Henry Gibstu a filecd of the grootn After win dlig up with a dauco tbe fri...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 June 1900

-tm 4 w I M m WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO Mrs R Wfaetsel Sells out Her Mammoth Ice Business After Amassing a Snag Fortune The Story of a Busy Life The many frlendB in this city of Mrs B Whetael of St Johns N B will be enrprlaed to learn that she has sold her mammoth Ice business which she has conducted so successfully for quite a number of years to a syndicate which will continue the business In addition to her tact and enterprise as a business woman Mrs Whetsel has taken an active part in all morements and meas 0 a J J MRS R WHETSEL ores whloh had for the object their ame Iteration of tho condition of her race Ins attended the last meeting- of the National AsBoclatioB of Oelored Women which met id this city and made many warm friends while hers The St Johns Daily Telegram speaking of the sale of her business says A new company juBt organized here has bought out the ice business of Mrs W E Wbetsel and will carry it on Tho matter has been under consider ation for some weess but wbb not ad Ya...

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. — 16 June 1900

KEEP HIM THERE From LI viDg Hymns -Air Meet me Tlierei lueres is a man you all know well lone right smart In a short spell In the White House now doth dwell Keep him there When our mills were helpless dead 1- veiy woi kman filled with dread Hardly earned enough lor bread Keep him there GilORUS Ktep him there Keep him there He has served you bett ol all Keep him there uliMcKlnley is a man Who for RIGHT will always stand Keep prosperity at hand Keep him there Who responded to their call Gave protectlen to us 11 Ueneflted Great and small Keep Lim there Opened up the silent mills Brightened valle s plain and bills NobJed workmen pay thelr bills Keep him there Ciro Heard poor suffering Cubas cry Help oh help us ere we die Sent our boys there on the fly Keep htm there In a short decisive flght Showed tie world how great our might Helped poor Cuba in her plight Keep him there Ciro Past lour years have been the best Ever Known In East or West Deed our people have keen blest Keep him there V...

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. — 16 June 1900

BEPDRE ity Paragraph A womans journal Is ttlked of Hre Mary lyre Is spending a few weeas with frietds in Baltimore While out for an evening dont forget to stop by the Delmo Koorce cate An exodus of the Recorders efflce Into the Jeutus sec me to be imminetit Mr8 D S Biandon of HuLteville Ala Is spending the rncnth with her relatives Mr and Mce Brandon of 11 in street Mr Lucian H White of the Georgia Baptist Augusts is holding down a desk in the population division of the Census office Among the handsome floral offerings at the rwent funeral ol Mrs Ella B Thompson was a large pillow of cam tlona and roses a testimonial from a coterie of lpdiea of the Government Printing Office Miss Mary A Lynch ol North Caro lina was in tho eiry a few days ago enronte to Philadelphia from which point she sails for Scotland today She is ad legato to the International W O T U convention at Edinburgh J 8 Koeoce ie now giving his full time to the direction of the famou Delmo Kooncecafein the Odd Fellows H...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

W VOL 8 NO 12 n Aw fToNAL A RSIVfiD ii iki - inni C3 dUN Ji4 1 lllluti RwfflliSmPf fen LJJoi s1 aSSPHSIk J M8UQ0l0iMlVi WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY JUNE 23 1900 wirmi msWMfWi mJmmmW Jr Ilk BBBHlt ilIiiP PRICE FIVE CENTS IFEoElsrDHlSrT WILLIAM Americas Matchless States man Unanimously Re numinated for President of the United States by the Philadelphia Convention The People will Re elect Him in November

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

I Mr N er IV j MM r ij 5 M5i Mr Daniel Murray of the Library of Congress at Washington D U has compiled for the Amerioan Negro ex hibit at the Paris Exposition of 1900 and subsequently for the Library of Congress a preliminary list of books ond pamphlets by Negro authors Mr Murray gives 70 titles in his preliminary list of Negro bibliography The earliest dates are London 1773 a collection of poems by Phil is Wheat ley 1708 Philanto biography by JRich ar AlUo 1837 Boston The Negro Few Anonymous 1846 Influence of Climate on Longevity by James McOune Smith 1849 Wilmington Del Condition of Colored People by Mary Ann Shadd E C 0 Ben Jamin has eight titles in the list among them Africa the Hope of the Ne gso History of the WeBt Indies and Life of Touisaint LOverture William Wells Brown five among them The Negro in the Rebellion Alex Crummell four The Negro Problem Afiica and America etc Fred Douglass four Life and Times etc My Bondage and My Freedom Haiti wsere he was minister Paul L Dunb...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

HREDS AND Memphis Tenn has a colored Y II 0 A Admiral Dewey was handsomely en tertained by the colored people upon the occasion of his rec5nt vicis te Memphis Tenn There has been setup at Sumter S C a factory for me king golf sticks of persimmon timber It is claimed that persimmon makes the beet golf stiok In tho world All the scap in Paraguay Is made fiom cocca Cows eat the pulp from the nuts leaving the hall enclosing the kernel clean and smooth A cow will clean 40 or 50 nuts per night A new Methodist denomination known as the Amencan Methodist Episcopal Church has been orgaulzed at Memphis Tenn Its initials are apt to confound ifa witih the African M 1 Church already in exietenoe And old excuse for burglary was given by a one legged boy aged 14 He broke into a hardware store in Kansas Oity Mo and was captured lie plead ed he wanted to Bteal some tools which would enable him to make a wooden leg for himself People marvel at the mechanism of the human body with its 492 bones and 60...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

ffiftti la I i m fl a i SWlvi 1 mm III m I 11 w m h A Pfi W V 1 THE COLOBID AMEKTOAH WABHIKGTOK 15 0 GOVERNOR THEODORE ROOSEVELT The Intrepid Rough Eider ho Will March Republicanism to the Vc6 Presidency With the Ban Dash and Daunts Braverv that Character lzed His Famous Charge up Baa Juas Hill -

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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