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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

qWC Verily the life of an editor is a path of thorns Ills bread 1b promises and his meat is disappointment Hii creditors chase him by day and the devil grinneth at him in his dreams by night One eubscriber payeth his subscrip tion in wood and behold it is rotten aad soggy and of Bhorfe measure or worse still in promises which like pie crust are made only to be broken Ho puffeth the church fair gratis and then attendeth it and payeth his quarter and receiveth two oysters H whoopeth up the politician and the politician gets elected or appointed and knoweth him no more He boometh his town and all things therein and yet receiveth no support and yot is a prophet without honor in his own country Two youne people marry and he glveth them a great puff they go to house keeping and taketh nob his paper A friend hath a grand reception and inviteth him not yet sendeth in a column wrote up and waxes wrath if the dotting of an i or the crossing of a t is omitted therefrom Yea he is bound down wit...

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. — 23 June 1900

i It i fc 95 1 5 rk J f 13353 - t fHRK Ill sr a it J IB 13 ViJSti mm fSKjT gftift ijffiSflSsj KX 4Mff7 9 reA T THE QLmm AlESIGJAST WASEJ3SBT0S D 0 MR PHIL H WATERS West Virginias Afro American Leader Affectionately Known as The Boy Orator of the Kanawha WEST VIRGINIA NIGHT Mr Phil H Waters the Boy Orator of the Kanawha is Guest of Honor at a Royal Stag Given by the Nations Repre sentative Young Men AResuma of His Remarkable Career Oration to Gover aor Pinchback Sparkling Oratory and Effervescent Wit The complimentary stag in honor of Mr Phil fl Watera was a glittering auocess No where in this land has a more brilliant happy or oontented a com pany of young men gathered about a festal board than that which graced the magnificent spread of last Saturday evening in the Delmo Koonoe banquet hall given as a mark ot the affection and eBteem in which the concentrated talent of Washingtons represenlative men hold Mr Walters of Charleston W Va familiarly known to hiB friends j and admirers a...

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. — 23 June 1900

f7 avS 1 The Political Horoscope The following named persons were appointed a committee by the Na tional A fro American Council to pro sent before the Repub ican National Convention the question of lynching and the violation of the ballot in the South George H White Bishop Alex ander Walters Prof Jesse Lawson J 0 Napier Col W A Pledger O J Perry T J Mroton Bishop A Grant J E Bruoe J Prank Blagburn H 0 Smith Rev H T Jonnson CharleB N EobmBon Daniel Murray W O Payne Bishop H L Holsey Samuel E Lacy Bishop M M Moore George L Knox Bishop O S Smith John Mitchell Jr 0 FAdams Editor A LManloy Bishop George W Clinton and J E Johnson The committee en deavorad to have the convention take a strong stand against mob violenoe in every part of the United StateB and against the suffrage laws of certain statee which in effect nullify the nnrtponth and fifteenth amendments to the Constitution of the United Statee The Council represents over 200000 colored votes residing princi pally in the states of ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

rSp fti H 1 u Tle Colored mericai Puollslied by Chk Colored Ahekitjan Pub lishing Company A SAIIOSAL XEGRO NEWSPAPER Pub ibhed every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SLTBdORfPTJON RATES One year sJx mouths Three niourhs 200 - 110 60 INVAKIABIiY IN ADVANCE SulwcripOojis may oe seal by postoiBca money order essjrws or by registered lettgs All eorcmumlcatlons for publication shttnffl bo a icijiapuultcl with the same of the write not eceUtHiy tor pnblioatioii but as a guar nine e of Esod raith We bOlloll news ooatribntlons opinion and in fact all matters affecting the race M e will net pay for matter however uiuesa it Is orflereU by us All matter Intendea tor pub icucou must reach this office by WefUsa diy f encti weefc to insure insertion in tSie current issue CS- Agents are wanted everywnere Send or jstructioiis ADVERTISING RATES tfeadiOK notices 50 eonts per line Display sdvertletaeuts S2 per square Inon ner tossi tlou Utounts lode on large ronrwitflB Entered at the Post offic...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

THE WINDY CITY Short Scintillations from the Great West -Famous Colored Cook Winning Laurels at Dans Exposition News Notes Injustice to a name we would like U mention the fact that the baritone ginger refeired to in the Chicago notes of last weeks issue was Mr Pedro T TJnsley instead of Pinsloy Mr Tibs jey ie a thoroughly cultivated baritone giager of whom Chicagoans are very proud Mrs R M Hancook widow of the lato Richard M Hancock has been con fined to her bed for about six weeks but is now convalescent Mrs Hancock la president of the Workers for the Klug circle of the Kings Daughters tho oldest society among colored peo ple of this order in the world This society is composed of Chicagos repre sentatlve women and the great amount of good tbey have accomplished in this oity among the needy is a grand testi monial in be half of this noble body of Christs workers The Amanda Bmith Orphans Home will be the scene of festivities for about two days this month when the 12 little Inmates to...

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. — 23 June 1900

I M 1i t h H it 9 I 1 Hi m ia s isv w HCT VJH W3MBE5MWUaBBWWSBXBMMi WELL DO THE REST If yon are sick If jou are going to have a tour If yon have a friend coming to own If yon are colng to give a reception It you did give a reception lately If yon have loat a member ol your family If your ohurch is going to give a concert or sapper If you have any good clean news whatever send it by card or otherwise to The Colored American office and we will cheerfully give it space Office 459 0 street northwest Sity Paragraphs Sites Mamie Thomas of the Lovejoy School has been indisposed The Delmo Koonce cafe puts np the finest ice creamin the city Mrs Jennie E Douglass has joined her hnsband in Atlantic City Prof and Mrs B T Holmes will spend a few weeks in Philadelphia Mr George Southall and sister Mrs Josephine Harris will visit relatives in Philadelphia shortly Mrs Gertrude Corrothers of Brook port N Y has been visiting friends In town for a few days Mr Herbert Eugene Wilson is now a teacher in ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

MERE MENTION While out for an evening dont forge to stop by the Delmo Koonce cate Health for 10 cents Uascarets make the bowels and kidneys act naturally destroy microbes cure headaches bil liousness and constipation For the best and largest gla99 of ict cream Soda for 5 cents drop in thes warm evenings at Cardozus Drug Store at 12h and R sine s tf Mr R- E Holmes 1518 Stxh street left for New York last Feiday wfcere h took parage Saturday for PariB Ht will spend about three months abroad Rev James H Lae pastor of Third Baptist chuich corner 5th and Q now resides at 313 Elm street north west Thus doth Le Droit Park add another deBirabe member to its thriv lag oolony Mrs J W Cromwell 1439 Pierce Place has fully regained her health after spending several weeks in Char lotte N U the gneBtcf Dr and Mrs Haigrave Dr HaBgravo was for a number of years Professor of Mathe matica at Howard University Mrs Orom well also visited Conccrd N 0 the Coleman Cotton Mills and other places of interest i...

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. — 23 June 1900

ts 1 B J Si g 1 i i 2i JM i ij Li rj irl Fril LU ft i sa Vi I I1 Ira ii i m i ja fir IV it i r 51 i Sa Ilk j Tho Colored Normal School Saccesioful candldtee for admisBion to the oelored normal achoel in Septem ber 1900 Joaephine R AmOB Mary A Brodle Julia E Brooks Eva A B Brown LuIaiJrowD Robert H Brown John H Oatlett Mary E Chase Hat tie L Oollier Martha eromwetJRaohel F Daley Eva M Dean Mary D Dodflon Mary L Europe Martha L Thomas Sadie L Tignor Cheeter H Turley Leon STurner May P Tyson Margueretta Van Braklo Marguerite L Watson Blanche T Winston GeorgjeWinBton Edith EWriBbF Edlbh A F Savoy Sadie E Shorter Irene T Bmaokum Julia K Gray Bva Hunt Estelle 0 Jackson Oath erine A Johnson Sadie E H Lan caster Florrie J Ljary Hattie B Liverpool Benjamin E Madden Anna R Martin Martha L Maaon Mamie W Perry Mary B Pollen Susie R Qaander The Amanda Smith Orphan Home We extend an Invitation to all onr friends in and around Harvey and elsewhere to attend our anniversery Thursday June SSth We wa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

IluH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT p ik il Robert H Terrell Ushers Into the Ar na ot Life a Largo Batch of Expect- irt Atrn Americans Master and Pupil A Prosperous Year f The commencement exercises of the Cjjored High School were held Taes day evening at the Academy of Music The usual brilliant fashionable and distinguished audience was in attend anee and more than the usual enthu Hia8m was manifested Commissioner Maiforland conferred the diplomas while the address to the graduates was t ivered by Eev William V Tunnell of King HalJ An attractive musical pr fjram was rendered by Hoffmans rchotra There were three orations by members of the gradual ng clasp Jo eph Taylor Thomas spoke upon the subject Our Need of Business S hools Julia Elizabeth Gray spoke upon Education the Nurse of Lib erty while Benjamin Hailstork took fr a subject The Humble Origin of irreat Men The arguments were well sustained aid their delivery was full of intelligent expression and gave evidence of a true conception of th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

lr mm mm m c P 8 IM I 5 n it i I j 1 i a i tJ KA rtfr 3 -- c a An exchange has lately published an article on The Girl with a Temper which contains some excellent advice and will bear repetition When a daughter nofc only beglne te shew decided Bigrs of fcemper but iB Inclined te bcasb that I am not one of youv Bamby pamby girls who can not stand up for her rights It is time 6 convince ber of her folly or she will reap lasting discomfort later If the woman with an unrestrained temper is young and beautiful muob may be forgiven her In her amiablt momenta she 1b so charming that the words uttered ia her unreasonable anger are almeet forgotloD and tht ehances are that she will plunge some man la to lifelong misery because the habits of tempestuous rite if not firmlj checked in time will strongthen with the years If the woman with a temper be plain in person Bhe will render life very dreadful for herBelf bat not nec ctslly so for many other people flei relations and friends will learn In...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

CONDENSE BOIL DOWH BE BRIEF EDICVTED TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS V jn yon have a thing to say s i it Dont take half a day n if n your tales got little Id it L ovrd tue whole thing In a minute I - s -a ileetlcg vapor loit illl an elght pse paper Wtn a tale which at a plncb l id be cornered in an inch Bon her down until she Blmmers jAji h her until she glimmers hen j ouve got a thing to say Sa it Dont tafee half a day A MKSSAGE FKO JITHE SOUTHLAND De ero Ark Special Kav R W Ofite of HigginBon preached a grand sermtti on the 12th at the Baptist church Dr J W Garter leotured on the I L D C Council work at the Phiialelphia Baptise church He is doiug a great work at this point He will get 10000 from tnis county for ccttcu factoring alone Rev J W Williams and Rev 8 B Bneed will aeid in ordaining two deacona of St Luke Baptist church on the 18th Hon John Akine exsheiiffof this county ii one of the largest land owners in the county He is also chairman of the Board of Council I I D O Mrs Marlah Wil...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 June 1900

rsS -3 I J t 4- at her home 105 Schaefler street Benjamin Tobias Thornton ons of tho most celebrated colored detectives in the country died laat Monday night at his home 525 Bright street Indian apolis Ind from acute pneumonia Tbe Census Office Is expanding Be sides filling the massive main building at the corner of First and B streets the entire Eecond floor of tbe Union Building and a house at 35 B street have been pressed into service Invitations are out announcing tbe marriage of Miss Mary El zibeth Brooks dughtes of Rav and Mrs L W Brooks to Mr Philp E Hugnes to take place June 87th at her fathers home near Clifton Station Virginia Miss Louise Williamson a most pop ular teaoher of Atlantic City spent last week in town us the guest of her sis ters Misses Mamie and Annie William son The Misses Williamson wera Miss Laura Terrells guests last Sunday at dinner Miss Susie Fmney an entertamine young lady of Petersburg Virginia Is In the city the guest of Miss Janie Walker 426 I street...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

ft - L - VOL 8 NO 13 bOME PEN PICTURES A Galaxy ot Great Arro Americans At tend the National Republican Con ention The Lynching Resolution Philadelphia Pa Special- Say You missed it by not going to the Philadel phia Convention Why It was the big gest consarndidest and most erjoy ableet political convention that ever happened and some of the greatest guns of thb race and several battalions of small bores were thtre The latter took everything from a drink to a 20 note and would have taken the city but the police force had been Inoreaeed bo tome of them took cold after the rain on Sunday as ihey didnt wear books and they got wet Hfcrioutly speaking no liner lojking body of blaok and colored men ever assembled in the City of Brotherly Lovo or any other city for that matter They were for the most part men of intelligence and ability men repre senting the tradeB professions and business well dressed men good look ing men and some of them men of means Of course in every such gathering ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

fcF 1 m Ha M s tl if - - N r Hj rs L MUM4 THE PARTY PLATFORM Principles of the Republican Party as Enunciated by the Repubican Convention The Kepublicans of the United States through their chosen represen tatives mat in national convention looking back upon an unsurpassed record of achievement and looking for ward into a great field of duty and opportunity and appealing to the judgment of their countrymen make ftheee declarations The expeetation in which the Ameri can people turning from the Demo cratic party entrusted power four years ago to Kepublican chief magi Btrate and a Republican congress has been met and satisfied When the peo ple then assembled at the pells after a term of Democratic legislation and ad ministration business was dead indus try paralyzed and the nationul credit disastrouely impaired The countrys capital was hidden away and its labor distressed and unemployed The Dear ocrats had no other plan with which to improve the ruinous conditions which they had themsel...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

THE PAYNE INSTITUTE Ccnencunent Exeicises of a Famous Georgia School 31ar9balville Ga Special The Com iLeiiciiutut xerciats tilhe Pane In stitute took place June 3 7 3900 The Bccilaineate seimcn w6 pleached fcudy at 11 a m by Prof George V Walker D D president Prof Walker is a high toned fcouihtrn white geuiitniauofpiepoBtesDiLg personality He baa a deep love lor ihe cause of hlb blaster aLd the raw s ol nianfeu d He had a pleasii g couLienance and broad culture gained in the beat schools tnd colleges m America Thus he stands aiiioug the foiemost educators of hie race Hia sermon on this occasion was able scholarly and profound The special Eeimcn to the young men was preached by Kev J P W ilson I D prolesEor in Benedict Goliege Columbia S U The public exercises of the Paine Literary Society took place Mondby 830 p ru 1 he society wab addrestd by Kev H L Slallwoith A B of Macon Ga This annual ad dress was eloquent full of sound ad vice end it held tbe audience as by mBgic Maud frcm st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

r H 1 i w 7 I i J W iC1 4 - J33 5- unanimity sustains two wellequipped drug stores four colored physicians lawyers real estate agents contractors builders merchans teaohers and preachers in abundance Biddle University which is located about a mile and a half from the city reara its stately peaks and gables on the brow of a hill surrounded bj tall and beautiful pines maples and noble oaks At delightful little bends and nooks you will see the homes of the different professors near and not so close that each family has not its o wn private hearthstone yet near enough to form a distinctive colony The grounds of he University comprise about seventy or eighth acres The buildings four in number are the University proper in whioh is the chapel a commodious well ventilated room with an immense alcove at the rear of the altar in which about a hundred students can be seated Divinity Hall and Logan Hall where are the dormitories and the apartments of the efficient superintendent Mr Henry Hunt a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

3io 3n elai k am ei f Fund the hotels ftie recent National Republican Con- entlOIl t ruiinuwpiia muuguir derable business to the Washington nfapf8 1 ne noreiB caies ana ouneis 3d all they could attend to The fol s intr registers Bpeak for themselves McKiuley Botel Col R R Horner arrentoD Va Charles Wilson Mem Tenn Georgia A Bray thene H Cartea Lexington R A olland McDough A E Williams tlanta 0- Williams winder J Wood Forsyth W A Pledger tianta M C Parker Rome T M ent RomeH B Kawes Macon E Howell Etonton Editor J ny Josey Atlanta 8 D Walton Au osta P H Craig Augusta U R oore Macon Rev A A Mathie At lanta W if satterwhite AuguBta Editor S B Davis Athens Rev D Rosier Pensacola Fla W M Fer aaon Ala w B uixson jorn8 Hie S C Col E J Dickeraon biu 8 0 C H Williams Green ood Dr Wm D Crura Charleston 0 Dp N T Jonea and ramily New rt News Va North Carolina ohu Davidson Charlotte Lafayette rown Charlotte H E Hogans oldBfooro Baxter Caldwell Lonis ood Kansas City Nelson Crews ansa City J Edward...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

r 1 IH ft wl THE BIG CONVENTION Bruce Gri Turns on a Few Side Lights and Draws Pen Pictures Albany IX Y peoiat ToePniladel phia Convention have come and went and many visitors to the City of Brotherly Love will remember the oo casion with various feelings Those who were fortunate enough to find boarding bouses wlih all the comforts of a home etc eto etc will yearu for an opportunity to see Philadelphia egifn those wfio were not so fortunate will be busy for the next three or four weeks healing the Bears msde by a festive ilttlebug found in some of those borad Jng houses who tried to make himself agreeable to the stranger in bis midst and who certainly made an impression that was as deep as it will be lasting I havent counted the wounds which I eeelved in the onsanguined fray Ive been busy applying carbolated vaseline to them to extract the poison and close the apertures Poor Ed Caoperwobe up one morning looklog like a butchers assistant his Bob du nuit resembled cue red flag of the ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

1 WlillHWl V 1nipiPi H C O Astwood characterizes Bishop Turner a9 the JJOavertare of the century Bishop Q W Clinton recently de livered an eloquent and inspiring lec ture on TheLives of Robert Q Inger eoTand Dwigbt L Moody contrast ed In fhd hniUntinc for hfchnrifl at the n vv VD j General Conference of tbeME Church f twenty two men received on the first ballo1 one vote each Did each man rote for himself or aid each have one fiiend in the Conference How was it When a man gets to where he is thinking constantly of besting his fel low man and making a fortune he had better go back to the brginning again Hes in the plains Rev Dr Frederio B Myer Congregational Lon don The UEhapplnesB in mens lives dem onstrates the necessity of religion not the religion of dogma but the religion ol childlike iaitb the religion which the Christ taught and lived Rev George H Hepworth Congregational New Yosk Rav W A Creditt D DM pastor of Cherry Street Baptist church Philadel phia recently delivered the le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

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