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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

SOME PEN PICTURES Continued from 1st page caion is not yot complete What Mr Wibecan doesnt know of the devious Way3of politics would fill up several of Hoatetterfl Almanaos He Is a good looker and he is up In the world about 8 feet o Thoa Wallace 8wanna Na tional Negro Party Scheme appears to have crawled into ita hole We didnt bear much about It Wonder whv GOV P B S PINCHBACK Among the prominent viBitors we noted the Hon Monroe B Morton PoetmaBter at Athens Ga A rather good looking min with a bright eye and an open countenance Klchard Allen of Houston Texas and old timer and one of tbe 3U6 old friend H D Pryor of Washington D 0 one of tbe best printers In the G P O John H Deveaux of Savannah Ga editor of The Tribune and one of the Old Guard Mons LJ Joubertof New Orleans with his French shrug and Panama hat Editor Montgomery ofWfsooesin 7 V T THOS FORTUNE- Field Adams of the Windy City Bonth town clerk who talko Dutch Polish and Yiddish and looks like a Priest Sam P Hurst of Mise on...

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. — 30 June 1900

f y W i aw -till A Km U 4 Lf I Vtk S WELrL DO THE REST If you are sick If you sre going to have a tour If you have a fiiend coming to town Jf you sre going to give a reception II you did give a recep i tn lately If you nave lost a memler 01 your family If your church is going to give a concert or supper If you have any good clean news whatever send it by card or ntberwis io The Colored American cflice and we will cheerfully give it space Office 459 0 street northwest SIty Paragraphs Miss Ella D Barrier will attend the Paris Exposition Miis Micfeie Cook will spend her summer In Detroit Mich Boys If you want to get a run for your money just stop by the Delnao Koonce cafe Mrs R L McNeil has been ap poined a clerk in the Ceneus i ffice Mr W W Costley ot Chesapeake Beach Md wbs iu the city a few days this week Miss Anmce M Lewis left last Thurs day for Wheaton Md to spend three weeks with Mr John Bsdgtr Have you read the Free For Thirty Ddy6 ofler of the Scott Remedy Co in another column...

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. — 30 June 1900

A NEW EDUCATIONAL IDEA Bank in Which Colored Pupils Deposi Pennies Its Successful Operation The Eastern Colored School SaTJnga Bank yesterday pild its 209 depositor in full the ebi drens several saving for the year ranging from one cent to 14 16 and aggregating 103 57 The pa mm of the de oaits formed an important in oldeut ot ihe schools closing exercises which consisted mainh ia handing each pupil his or her promotion card These cards not only contained the various monthly graces in thedlflreutetndies but also Forved as bank pae booke having account of the total deposits made each month and the grand total for the year which was paid to the de positors with the presentation of their oards This novel method of instilling into the minds of colored ohildrea early les sons of thrift and economy was origin ated by A E Meyzeek principal ol the Ea3tern Colored dcheol and h6a now been in operation for three years It ie employed only in this school My purpose m setting this pian on foot sai...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

Fltt - i 1 I tC i I m r ft 3ft f a Slrf H i CYCLE RACES FOR THE FOURTH An Interesting Program of Bicycle Racing for the Fourth of July The first cycle race meet of the season will be that of the Cross Country Club to be held at International Atbeletic Park cycle track ou the Conduit Road on July 4th The list of events is 83 follows One Mile Novice sold medal Two tJbirdB Mile Open first pair diamond cufl but tons value 15 second dress suit case value 7 Quarter Mile dash first gold medal value 15 second fine sweater value 5 One Mile District of Columbia champion gold medal eet -with dia monda value 35 Five Mile Handicap gold ring value 25 second gas lamp value 3 third silver mounted cane val ue 4 Five Mile Match Race between Sam C Iludnell ofChicsgo and AVatr amaber Smith of Philadelphia Match Itacc between George Turner and James Byrd of Washington and several ex hibitions fcTbo indications are that this will certainly be the grandest race meet of colored riders ever held Ju Ihis cit...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

it 1iiI8fl8Si 1 M 1 J SJ i Is n HI i THE SniLOEIBAPTISC CHURCH Corner 17th and L Streets Northwest WasLington D C SHILOHS GALA DAY Rev J Anderson Taylor Given the De gree of Doctor of Divinity by Gauda loupeiCoIIege A Grand Reception in Which MaDy Prominent Divines Took Part The friends and members of Shiloh Baptist churoh were in a gracious mood last Tuesday evening The church was decoratod in gala day attire and looked as beautiful as a bright June morning Its capacity was tested by a tative Catherine of citizens within and brotherhood in the state ol Texas We recognize In you a true exponent of the Baptist principles and the manly cour age to advocate those principles every where We also recognize in you a true gospel preacher one who sets forth the doctrines in such a clear manner that the most intellectual will be con vinced of its power and also m such a simple manner that the little child can accept its plain teaching We recog nize in you a true pastor who knows how to watch ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

Fil i rfil 141 I Shreds ltl Ko S ANI The Macon Ga News The action of the republican national com- ml t tee at Its meeting in Philadelphia in reulng to allow the names of either j of the contesting delegations from Alabama save those from the Ninth district to De placed upon be tern ary roll of the republican naticcal con vention and the threat of the com mittee to bare federal office holders in this Etate hauled over the coals for med dling in politics has spread conster nation among the members of both the Vaughn and Bingham factions here This step tras totally unexpected and many believe that it Till lead to a speedy adjustment cf the wide open split among Alabama Republicans such an adjustment being made by the warring elemeots themselves If this is noc done it is thought by some ob servant politicians that both Bingham and Vangaan will be pasted aside and some third man given the state chair manship Surprise is expressed that the eastern republican leaders were so long in dkcove...

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. — 30 June 1900

Orange Blossoms Miss Rebecca Lloyd Moten one of the best known teachers in our public bthools and Rev Holland Powell D D of Ricnniond Va were married last Wednesday evening atthe Berean Baptist church Rev Rivers officiated Tiie mhid of honor was Misb Rosa Obildsand the usheis wereMeesra Charles Brown Stanton Wormley Robert Waring Charlee Brooks of Ulifton Va Jamea Wright aod Dr J Webb The bude wore a handsomely made grey travelling Rovrn trimmed witn lace and chiffon and carried a boquet of Bride roses The maid of honor was gowned in white organdie and carried a bouquet of pink rosea At 8 oclock the wedding patty entered the ohnrcb The ushers yreoeeded the bride and were followed by the maid of honor The bride came in leaning on the arm of her brother-in-law Dr J W JackEon of Lynchburg Va Tbey were joined at the ehancel by the groom and bis best man Prof Diggs of the Virginia University Richmond Va and the minister Before and during the ceremony appropriate music was rendered by the...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 30 June 1900

S K rsa I BEFORE AFTER R COEOBED JlMEBIGAS WASHtffGTOH D O hSKIsn ivrjr cmzmmi ffrS 3gg f King of Hair Dressings BEfORE N AFTER A preparation prepared solely and distinctly to improve the condition of the hair of the negro race Not a worthless offensive obnoxious rreay fflas o injurious i OZONO st vidualiy strait lostrums Dut 3 aencateiv penumea unsuent Deauinui 10 iook upon mauc lu uuwu m ui - - -- -- - ---- - ni gei raishtens knottr nappy kinky refractor hair OZONO does this alone No hot irons are necessary no plastering down with grease OZnw without any outside assistance It will cause the hair to come Dacic on Dam spois t v m icstuic ax ai iuiur n w fd in anri ctrirrrtt coft fjnrl finp flnrl TnHfnl 9T a nril mnrn Tt will cure all itchine burnmjr runng humiliating bcalp Diseases I us C -- v - 1 Ti - vnn lioantlfnl JO thf TTi m flTlfl Vl Tm 1 a Oe tlm Tetter Scurf and czema Itch cannot live alter uzujnu nas Deen appnea it is as pure as me ucv uu u - -- tu nyj nn wtPr in the babbli...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

- - p VOL 8 NO 14 V l 1 II I l I ll 1 It 1 TO EMERGENCY A Prompt Diplomatic Strike fay Which Consul Tan Horn at St Thomas Secures All the Purchasable Coaland Strikes a Stinginjr Blow to the Im perious Spanish Government Com mended by Veteran Statesmen Side Uehts Upo an Able Man Who Has Come Throueh the Fire Unscathed Bev Mahlon Van Hum is making a proud Jecord as Unite States Consul at St Thomas Danish West Indies lie liails from the above island and is i gentleman of liberal educational He was named for the luae Lie so capably lills by some of iic strongest social eoiumeicial and iiniiiiMl influences in this country and it libors are amply vindicating the v iloin of those who stood as his spon mi - He is wonderfully jtrengtheii t the administration with the ship- it interests of all cv England i li has a heavy trade with West ll Ins Thomas is one of the most im m unit ports in the insular group that iv our southeastern ocean from w as evidenced during the lecent s iiish Auiericau w...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

Ft tr s kf Jc SERFS AND BEGGERS A Gloomy Picture Painted by an Iowa Observer of Events- Practical Education Sensibly Applied Our Only Escape From Existing and Impending Dangers The Labor Question Analyzed on Somewhat Pessimistic Lines There are efforts being made along three distinct Hues to benefit the Negto race 1st The religious work of different churches and missionary societies find The educational work usually conducted in connection with religious training and 3d The training of the hand to use ful work in the trades and arts in manual training schools Or we might ctessify these efforts as 1st the training of the heart 2nd the training ol the Leac 3rd the hand The lriendfi of thete different move ments agrte lhat if we give our colored broitiera the r ght kind of religious and skill in training ai d education ustfui lLdustiits making thernin every way equal to the -whites the whites must acknowledge these qualities thai they will come to respect them more that persecutions wi...

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. — 7 July 1900

IN IHE EDUCATIONAL ARENA Xhecnlcrfd people of tbe Distriot of Columbia pay taxes on 12000000 Mr Wanen Logan the efficient tieEHiier of Tnefeegee Institute has teen cnuneciea wun man institution seventeen years 3Ir Charies WiDter Wood tbe gifted eJocDtioDiet -who is now a successful instrnctur at lusfiegee Institute -will jour Dorsums of Louisiana and Texas duiiDg the summer vacation Aist Lillian BhaipenBtein graduated from the Lincoln Neb High School jd June Tbe exercises were held in the Oliver theatre Mies Lillie as the only colored graduate out of a class of eJghiy one and took high rank Morris Brown College one of the leading scuooIb of the A M E Church bad an enrollment thiB echool term of lofdls students It has 17 instructors and with all its apparatuses grounds and LuildinfiB is valued at 75000 Among the 135 grad nates of tie New Ycik Law School -who received the degree of LLB at Carnegie Music Hall a few nights ago was Rev Fran- ci3 Gjles Mr Gilts is a graduate of Howard Uni...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

m I I v m liii us 1 s m ft- 4 I i 88BB II I O i ii nk i BEFORE USING HARTONA House No City AFTER USING HARTONA 1 f T T T T v Aorta eizta nilaue Pa Pfldilvftlff ih c tolr anMoill rg gg - fAs3 gi jjXVSSm Street County AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN IN AMERICA Te Belinc Koonce Cafe Manufacturers of Ice Cream and Water Ioes Meals served a la carte Special rates to table boarders ICE CKEAM 9 QC PER GALLON Wholesale Odd Fellows Hall 1606 M St N W Washington T O Banquet Hall attached a JkiiU He i i 1 A----------- IUKIJ czul linflwttinAt mfrr fhntn AliMBlGU Prirau Ojeaua Blood Polsan lomanu Kmn losi muiaj vanooce eta Mail tor Sworn Testimonial M Book Tttrttt - to froc H IT XULKii at D delphla uit in tw I mmx area thAuh thm matt MVrwiH mm UtttM P tljl t V tDTJ V JVW I Jt IJ 1 gVq t i Y V T T T Sx BEFORE USINQ HARTONA State sr JBL J Sv JM fcu EA IS i j2a PA The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair I AFTER USING HARTONA THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for St...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

SHREDS AND mmT 3 Da a 0010reu IndiaiF uuion ift e mJ t i ultivate a friendy I Vr h tunrl Rnnfli Trnth iu - fejpie liyjy j uanauua eiouauKe Mi a b Smith of Derby Ml niia in hor rtctrn rirrlih ODD 3 1 J Bf l jecoii a stenographer at a email Liry bJ 5 tnat I8 tne auty of Lywcnao to work Right Tha 0 J Domiuion Shirt factory Richnniid Va is offering to fur- h work f r colored girls if they will icpt it 13 stated mac irom z to per wi k can be earned according ftbe ekil those employed Mrs E J s Ott of Tuafeegee Ala and r two ihildren are in Galveston xa whre she expects to spend the miner with her parents Mrs Scott iavJP anied by Miss Jackson of table ou Teas who has been ending luskegee Institute egries will hereafter not be denied jciiud ngut to do service lor Lir country on juries grand and lit the Uoited States Supreme hn in an3wer to Hon Wilford fl ath the brainy energetic tireless bo la er of Galveston Texas Pin Oklahoma girl who advertised j husband got him The total ex- e fjr adver...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

L l nan vm B f ji j - i rMaav THE OCEAN CITY BREEZES A Gay and Festive Throng Gathering at a Popular Resort Ooean CH7 Mi Speoial The pleas ant sojourners at this popular Summer resort have began to realize the mirth and enjoyment that must come to them daring tuese few days of recreation Mr James L Honeywell the new head waiter of the Atlantic Hotel the larg est in Ocean Oity arrived Monday night with tea men and Mr C H Stokes his secretary The hoase car ries a crew of ten men Mr Walker White who is very well known in Washington is second waiter and his frankness has won the admiration of all with whom he has come in con tact The new lyc2um which will be or ganized next week will contain much enthusiasm The possibility of the eieotion of Mr Bernard Hartgrove to the psesidenoy is very likely however a very lively season Is expected Mr W M Taylor former chef at the Sen ate Restaurant has charge of the cook ing department at the Atlantic Hotel M Taylors wide experience serves him in go...

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. — 7 July 1900

rfrf iL w w rnder the Bnflrage qualification law - 0 0 Negroes in Louisiana were allowed to vote West Virginia is the only state Bouth Ma50n and Dixons line whore there fl0 re3trictive legislation effecting the colored vote George Washington established this Lincoln Haved it and Abraham Dd WIHiam McKinley has expanded J tersely says the Lexington Stan- dard Beoorder H P Cheathams friends have taken time by the forelock and insisting that he be detailed already are national committee to speak in the b7 Illinois and New York Ohio Indiana West Virginia are arranging to The old democrats pursuant to a call meet to Indianapolis instiled on July 23 at two p m understood that the chief business It is of the meeting will ba to organize forces Bnd to Bee that an independent oampalgn for a dependent ticket is placed in the field The West Virginia Spokesman is re sponsible for the statement that a re publican county convention was held at Roxboro North Carolina and no colored man was allowed t...

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. — 7 July 1900

K i r Ml 4l 5lhe Colored mericaii PubUEhed bv Ch r Colored American Pub lteblcg Company A JtATIOSAL KEWEONEWSPAPEK Pub Isned every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION -RATES One year Six months Three months A dXJ3xW 200 - 110 60 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may db teut Dy postolftce mouey ol8r express or by reglblwed letter All coumunlffiitSoritf fer publication should be ajcoinpan lea with the name of the writer not necessarily lor publication but as a guar anle e ol good faith We solicit news contributions opinion8 nd in faot all matters affecting the race W e will not pay ror matter however unless it is ordered by us All matter Intended for publication must reach this office by Weflaas dy of each week to Insure insertion In the current issue tat- Agents are wanted everywnere Send or uhtructlonB ADVERTISING RATJE3 Reading nonces 50 cents per line Display advertisements 2 per squxwe lnco per Inser tion Discounts made on large conrmcts Entered at the Post off...

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

ISSUES OF THE HOUR The Bronzed American Eliminated From tht Situation -A Problem tor Politicians and Leaders to Solve A Word to Messrs Hanra Dick Lyons and Hill TVeaddcet Bight which I witnessed during the National Republican Con vention at Philadelphia iu this year ofgraieaud military heroes and the decideuce of Negro leadership -the absence uf the old wheel jaorses of the race who in the years agone parlicl pattd in party council and wtre properly recognized on important oom mlttee3 The gradual elimination of the Negri from acive membership and participation ia the deliberations of the national repiioiican committee ia now going on and the time ia not far dis tant when tins important branch of the grat party of equal rights will have either eliminated the Negro en tirely from lneinbershi p or so minimized hi3 representation therein that he will simnlv be a figurehead member Tuefearof ifTanding Negro voters this j eir only prevented the National ummUtee from taking 6teps at the rec...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

Y 4 L 1 fHfc j She iv Jl I vtw f 3 i f3 WILL DO THE REST If yon are sick If you are going to have a tour If yon have a friend ooming to town If you are going to give a reception If you did give a reeepiion lately If yon have lost a member of your family It your ohurch i3 g ing to give a oonoere or sapper If you have any good clean news whatever send it by card or otherwise to The Colored American office and we will oheerfully give it space Office 459 C street northwest The river is in full blaet The midsummer exodus is on Prof Benj Washington is at Narra ganeett Pier for the summer The colored Mystic tihrlnera of the dotted States will oonvene in this city in October Boys if you want to get a run for yflur money just stop by the Delmo Koonce cafe Mrs Isabel 8mith Lacy and Miss Emma West will pay a visit to Oape May In the near future Mrs R inert H Ksy of lit street sw who has been seriously ill for several weeks is convae3oent Hare you read the Free For Thirty D ya oflar of the Soot...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

vicit may ba pleasant ard profitable wnen trie National j eaerauuu ui Womens Oluba met at Milwaukee a few days ago a commotion was caused by tne request of a colored delegate a lady of culture and noted for her local philanthropic work in New England and she was repulsed in order to save the disruption of the Fed eration This is a kind of prohibition whch does not flourish among us Its to Him Who Endureth to the End It is said of Editor Knox of the In dianapolis Freeman that he proposes to keep way ahead of hlB compeers in journalism A n answer to this promotes the question What shall we do with progressive and resolute Editor E E Cooper of The Colored Americanuwho ifheisnotaheadiscerlalnJy abreast of the editor of The Freeman Augusta Journal Let Brer Knox Btay in the ring awhile longer and a blind man can pick the winner ee THE COLOBED ATJfRKEQAlir WASHINGTON T 0 Clareace C White the violinist has returned from his study in the West and will accept a limited number of violin pupils...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

a W 1 cr f 4 fl if- FROM JBE CITY BY THE LAKE An Afro American Hotel Sorely Needed in Chicago Dr Williams Restores a Noted African to Health and Happiness Col ored Women Form a Business Association-Movements in Musical Circles Hasty Glimpses of the Passing Throng Chloago III Special Walter DimmoDd the assistant bridge builder ol the JIschJgEo Central By is in Chi cago in the interest of the construe tion of a bridge over the Calumet river Prof R A Byrd of Qaincy III sptut several days in the city on busi ness last week Prof Byrd is pnnci pal of the Lincoln School of Quincy and is negotiating for the establish ment of an Industrial School to be lo cated in that city Dr T J DcClelland editor of the Illinois Conservatory haB been called to the pastorate of the Union BaptiBt church which is the largest of that de nomination in Springfield 111 Dr DeClelland is superintendent of ihe Harriet Beeoher Stowe Industrial In stitute of Danville Illinois for which be has labored long and earnestl...

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