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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 7 July 1900

THE AVERYTRADE SCHOOL Lie Progress of the Race Built on En during Lines by This Practical Insti tution commencement Exercises A Gala Day for Friends of the School Coles Masterly Address Allegheny Pa 8pecial Tho com meuceuisUt exercises of the Avery 1 ratio and Industrial School took pla -e ii ihw this city week A large and tepre stntt live audience attended the ex erciees and it was replete with musical and literary refreshments for the large number present This sohool has a wonderful hiatory and it is the prde of the people of his section A feature of tins particular commencement was mat twelve young women graduated and that 1900 was given to the gradu ates in the diflerent departments as a result of the years work The system of how each student can earn money u explained in full m the catalogue PROF R T COLES Prmckal R T Coits of the Garrison School Kansas City Mo delivered the principal address to a iarge aucitnce at Avery Cohf ge Trade Bchool rommence ment Subject the Race Quest...

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. — 7 July 1900

w 2 S 4 13 ffi i A Seal I a AMONG BOOKMAKERS -AND PARAGFAPHERS The Liberator is a new Kansas City publication H R Finekney editor and A A Andersen business manager are given as its sponsors The Atlanta Age Bays there are more than thirty -five thousand Negrces in that city and only one cut of ten read a Negro newspaper There is lot of mis sionary work down there for Col Pledger to do while he ti still young Jar S B Jackson a young man of reocgnized literary attainments ie writlrg some breezy WaahingtoB let ters to the Omaha Enterprise He has the truejonrnalistic instinct and a sharp nose for newe as is news TSs Florida Evangelist is five years old Under the editorial guidance ef Iter J Milton Waldron it is doing ex salient ebitIcb in inoulcafcfng -wisdom into the masses of the Flower state We trust it will find amid Floridas everglade the fount of eternal youth for whioh Focce de Leon sought in vain in the same historic region The Augnstinal is a prettily gotten up monthly and is th...

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. — 7 July 1900

RACE DISCRIMINATION The Pathway of the Negro is Beset With Difficulties Unnumbered Foreigners En iov More Social and Civil Rights than is Granted tho Colored Citizen The social problems growing out of immigration usually adjust themselves without great difficulty or prejudioe Foreigners come to this country select tceir ptaoe of reaideuce and settle down to become a part of the body politic and members of secieiy W hen large num ber come from one country about the eame time it is the custom tot them to form a settlement of their own ob lo cate In a settlement of thelj own nationality already f owned The trad era and the artisans the mechanics and laborers generally louate in the cities while the larmers from the oountria ci northern Euiope form colonies and become substantial residents Whether they assimilate flih the American pop ulation or nofe they become citizens and are permitted to vote without pro test They attend the public schools and are nob excluded from any of the advant...

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. — 7 July 1900

Hi lit III Sft41Jy BEFORE Mm I ii 2jaj t I 5 M iJi HI sfi AFTER Gity Paragraphs Mies Mammie and Mabel WiUiamson are summering at Hampfon Va Mies Oceana Brocks of Pierce Place and Mies Mabel Brooks sieier of Dr Phil Bxoome Brooke lelt Thursday to estivate at Hampton Va Messrs George P Bilence and brother have opened up a fine Buflet and Uafe at 430 8th street n w The grand open ing will be announced In our next issue Mr W L Fletcher Jr the popular young pedagog was married to Mies Evelyn B UrimBhaw June 27 Many friends were present to witness the ceremoniee J Bishop Jabnson one of our most enteiprieing young printers has re modeled and thoroughly refitted hie printing establishment at 1201 R street n w and is doing a fine business Prcf R T Oolfe Principal of Garri 6on ttchool Kuneas City Mo is in tbe cilyforaiew ds Mr Coles dthv f red tbe commencement address at the Avery Trade end Industrial Sehcol in Allegheny City last week Dr D A Ferguson D D 8 a grsd uate o the Denial Denirtment...

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. — 14 July 1900

rs vVv AsT crs jzs JHjs L VOL 8 NO 15 THE HEW SCHOOL BOARD W S Montgomery Goes To The Head of the Public Schools Ttrrell Miss Moten and the Supervising Princi ples Indorsed by Reention Clark and Smth in the Fortunate Class Assistant Superintendent Wii field Scott Montgomery fcupervisit g Principals Ninth divis ion J Berney Clatk Tenih division J H N Warring Eleventh diviion JS W Brown Piincipal Iligh School Robert H Terrell Principal Normal School Miss Lucy E Moten Clerk John W Smith This list comprises the appointments by trie Board of Education as far as colored officials are concerned for which the community has bo long and anxiously waited There are few sur prises and no one has been named who bas rot had ample experience and been proven competent by the faithful and efficient discharge of similar duties in connection with the local schools There ia every reason to believe that the new regime will be satisfactory to the patrons of our schotl system and that tbeir labors freshene...

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. — 14 July 1900

l 4 I- a t r f l m i Iafl u to J Z Kf glea towards the uplift of human kind is at home and in those corners of it where there la still a mighty army of unregenerate barbarians who are bat one remove from cannibals they do not eat their victims though they roast them The Chinese heathen have not yet reached this high point in civilization We hear of no lynchings in China and no burning of men for crimes real or Imaginary This then is the difference between the followers of and believers in the teachings of Mahomet and Con fuoins and the righteous and holy En ropeang who seem to feel that they are speeially commissioned to civilize and Christianize these people who had a religion and a civilization when Earop ean nations were living in caves and eating the raw flesh of wild animals To nations families races God gives missions bnt he has not commissioned any European nation to carry to these children of the Orient a religion which they cannot assimilate nor reconcile to their methods o...

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. — 14 July 1900

FiiFR MORE YEARS OF McKINLEY This L tie Slogan ot Every Sensible and yrateiul Negro After Reading the Mag n Exhibit of the Administrations Generosity made by Gen Charles H Qr onor Uur Part in the Spanish American War to Live in History i the Books Show to Our Credit hully and Financially Oae of the truest friends the Negro has throughout the length and breath 0f tbi land is Gen Cbaeles Henry Grosvenor the eloquent and energetic CoDfrrS3inan who represents the llth Ohio district In the legislature of hie state and in the national Houbo of Repr entative his voice has always been itted up in advocacy of the rights of ail citizens equal protected under Sv wMlilif Si 1ION CaARLES H GROSVENOR the law and free and full participation of every man in the activities and re wards of political life Through his foroaful instrumentality the Negro has Kained many piaces of trust and profit Ilia watchful eye has noticed the worth of numbers of party workers and promptly and cheerfully has he sought...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 July 1900

jtm is m 1 T l r Ik m Bl - I N v -- SciUHSi IVjAsaia r House No i City T TT 1 iJL The modern stand ard Family Medi cine Cures the common every day ills of humanity County 7g5N5ggr THE COLORED AMERICAN WASOTGrTOff B 0 The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening- all Kinky Knotty Stubborn Harsh Curly Hair HARTONA will make the hair grow long soft and straight The use of one box of HAETONA will show immediate results Makes the hair grow on bald and thin places HARTONA cures Dandruff Baldness Falling Out of the Hair and all Scalp Diseases Remember that HARTONA is the highest priced hair remedy on the market because it is the best Price 100 a box Dont allow your hair and face to be ruined by dangerous chemicals that are sold cheap to catch the ignorant and uneducated classes HARTONA is used by over 50000 people in every State in the Union HARTONA does not have to be used all the time as it straightens t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 July 1900

Negro Race Not Responsible For aneii The man who thiubs either enduring sncPeaB or lasting damage can bo m li ied by a deliberate lie is a fool Ui resaniation of facta may tem- becliud a situation and do fjguMien harm but truth crushed to eariiill rise again and the follower I Aaosnias will be forced to the rear 1D and disgrace The Negro rac8 nas many 8ins to sDwtr fjr both as to omission and commit mbut it is not responsible for murderer Beoiaruin H Snell who paid the penalty on tho gallows a few days ag for cutting the throat of a little rl Au idiot by the name of James B riwinburn ma malicioua but grave a tempt to increase the prejudice i mmrla nf Mnrfchprn agaiut us iu i Limnitbizo3 writes a sensational com- maiicatlm to the Pateraon NJ Daily Press duoribing the hanging as hiiHy event for tho colored people D r at ut3 and aocredits the brute to thNrgroraca Tno article abounded id lliiuant and irrelevant details painf lug ur people as semi savage aud was n oaiy ridi julous and un...

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. — 14 July 1900

K Bftl 11 u 4 -Lf ii H - 1L rf 2Il ITS jA DOUtGS IF STAGE FOLKS Tne pufc9ibiiiiies ol mnsfc in the col ored race In America piesent one of the most interesting art problems of the pietent and future Bays a writer in the Washington Evening Btar In other arts therti has been moBt gratifying frnition Mr HoweJla has well pointed ont that the only Amencan painting ever purchased by the Fienoh govern ment is by an Afro American the eon of Bishop Tanner that Paul Laurence Dunbar i not the least among living American poet6 that Booker T Wash ington is today probably Americas greatest orator and that Uharles VV Obeanutts stories of southern life give him a right to rank among our best thort Btory writers In creative music seems rather curious to say there has been no euch achievement as yet although music is the art in which the colored race would most obviously be expected to excel Not evon in the lift erform of musical execution has any really great artist been produced There is a Black Pa...

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. — 14 July 1900

o The Political 1 HnnnsroPF J 15U0W 11 JSf J Mr George A Myers will have a say go in this j tars mix up The MempbiB Colored Citizen nomi nates Joseph r Seitle for Congress The State Colored Bureau of Illinois will make a waitn campaign flora this time on Col Charles F Dick the young Na poleon of politics will manage the Ohio oampaign to a queens taste Editor J E Clifford of the Martins Luig W Va Pioneer PretB is out for Bryan and Stevenson The Chicago Broad Axe claims to be the first newspaper in the laud to men tion Bryan for the presidency The present belting is four to one on McKinley Sporting men nerer deal sentiment They play to win regard leBB of partisan feeling It is given out with considerable authority that an Afro American Bu reau will be located at Chicago The name of the chief and hiB staff are be ing kept a profound secret The executive committee of the Lin coin Republican National League at a meeting at 408 E street southeast last Friday night elected two delegates to...

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. — 14 July 1900

i Ji M r s I i fit i iBsE LI f H 1 i The Colored njericau PuDlished by The Colokkd amkbioah Pub lishing Company A AATIOSAL NEGRO SEWSPAPEB PubMBbed every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C Nsi tiUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Hix months Three mouths 200 - 110 60 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may oe sent Dy potoffice money owler express or by registered letter All coioniniiloatlon for publication anonta be accompanied with the name of tbe writer not lecefifarlly tor Pnblication but as a gnar aute e of Grood faith We sollolt news -contributions oplnJtefi8 and in fact all matters affecting tbe raes V e will not pay for aiatter bowever uasasa it Is ordered by us All matter intends tor publication must reach this office by Wednes dy of each week to insure insertion ba the current Issue B Agents are wanted everywaere Send or ustructionB ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 oents per Una DtepJay advertisements 82 per square tawta Mr tnsar tlon Dfoeoants made on iaxg asaaneta Entered...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 July 1900

tHey cater to whites Sotial Nonsense in the Windv City Dr Wesleys Lecture -The Women Organ ized for Good Work cChcag IK Social Bishop A Grant is in the city for the purpose or orjraDizing the Institutional church Rev Reverdy Ransom has been ap pointed a9 pastor ad Buyer intendent A Mr Reel of Cirago has invented an uodergiound trolley that expens say wil revolutionize the workings of the electric street railway Mijs Katie Jord m of Kansas City Md teacher of musi2and art in Lincoln Institute Jefferson City Mo Prof and Mrs L G Childress of Pine Bluff Ark ana Mis D ra Young teacher in puolic sihoolp K insia City bin are the guests of Mrs R M Haneocfc 8427 Dearborn ttreut iV S t VAs -T McMMMoi MRS DANTELj K WILLIAMS The Colored Women South Side Re pjbliean Club of which Dr Carrie Undents president is making rapid prigres in its work and will soon be established at headquarters The United Brotherhood have made formal application for their charter Business is good aud everything is pointi...

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. — 14 July 1900

n jpssr iti VE W I mm r WELL DO THE REST If you are sick If you are going to have a tour If you have a friend coming to town If you are cjolng to gire a reception If you did give a reception lately If you nave lost a member of your famUy If your church is going to give a oonoert or supper If you have any good clean news whatever send it by card oc otherwise to The Colored American office and we will cheerfully give it space Office 459 C street northwest Are you going to Hampton Mrs Clara Thoncpson is in Atlantic City No quarantine goes at Hampton this year NegroeB are not welcome at Chesa peake Beach liakeview Park is a desirable resort for onr citizens The MasonB will repeat their popular excursion AuguBt 2nd Mss W H Poiter has joined htr husband in Indianapolis Miss BeBsie Smallwood 1b now on the clerical force of The Bee Mr L Thornton has recovered from his recent indispoeition Mr Will P Carson bon of the Old Soman has returned to the citj Mrs D L Ferguson and son of Rich rnond a...

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. — 14 July 1900

MERE MENTION Mr Harry H Walker 01 St Joseph Mo a prosperous business man spent a few days of this week fn the city Dr H A Wallace of the War De partment is spending a two weeks aeatioB with his parents at Colombia S 0 William 8 Blackburn of Wilberforce 0 who is well known in Buckeje pol itics has been appointed to a clerkship in the Census Office Master Byron Watson eon of Mrs Watson of 1125 19th street is spending his vacation with his uncie Frederic R iloore in Brooklyn N Y For the best and largest glass of ioe cream Soda for 5 cents drop in these warm evenings at Oardozos Drug Store at 12th and R streets tf Mr Alphonso T Arnett of Ohio a recent graduate of the Wilberforce University Business Department 1b among the recent appointees In the Recorder of Deeds Office Mies Mollie E Mercer of Washing ton cloBed her school June 15th She will spend a portion of her vacation in Washington and a portion with Mhs Alice Turner of WilliamBtown Mess Mrs H Y A rnett left for Charleston 8 C to ...

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. — 14 July 1900

m I 1 -v Hi MS il a iv st m THE OCEAN OITY NEWS Doings and Misdoings of Pleasure Seekers at a Popular Resort The Villagers Sur prised Ocean City Md8pecial b er at the last few days has been etifliog There is Bcarcely relief anywhere The beach at nigbt is thronged with dia gruntled humanity seeking some cool spot beneath the rafters of the board walK Not in twenty five years has tbe thermometer reached Eneh a maximum At this writiug the island is receiving a downpour of refreshing rain hicb no doubt is somewhat stratifying The smc ker tendered the Cordova S- cial Club by Mr Cyrus St Clair Thursday evening was a complete avalanche of pleasure Many agreeable toasts were given in a congenial and pleasant man ner to those present Short addresses were made by Messrs 8tokes Honey well Walter White and Prof Howelle principal of the High School at Suow Hill Md after which lighf refreshments were served The following trentlemeo are members of the ciub Messrs H ney well Stokes White Green Welc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 July 1900

4 v v fSiiifrS4 5 1e Rational Colored Seaelh erg Bureau OF Washington D C is prepared to furnish CAPABLE TEACHERS of every branch of instruction and DESIRABLE SCHOOLS in all parts of the country REGISTRATION FREE but applicants must be fullv t competent to teach or possess it a ability to leai n how to teach N ggHOOL NO PAY 6 per cent of the first years l salary will be charged those l for whom positions are secureded payable Dec 1 1900 The Demand ex is ceed the Supply for ble teachers during the past year hence our liber al inducements Send for registration blank brief ly stating your full qualifications and enclose ten two cent stamps for postage Addres3 James 6 Clayton I D 459 O St If W Secretary COME fcy JOIIS THIS WATTOXAI CO OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 10 Departments Incorporated in One Mz i revision Fuel Banklnp Insurance Pub lishing Education Purchasing Manufact uring Kni ploy men t and Contracting CAPITAL 100000 Shares 10 to 100 paya Mc 100 monthly Admission fee 100 OH...

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

is 4 f sg fi Jjf i i f r tf TIMELY TOPICS TALLIED A Review of Contenporay Sayings of the Quill drivers of the Afro -American Press nO Bmitb of the Cleveland Gszette was a looker on Vienna at the Phila delphia convention He is sat sfied that Mask Hanna has eliminated the Negro from all bis calculation as an essential source of Republican snccee next fall He believes the ticket nom inated will bring no enthusiasm among the colored voters of the middle west lnolndiner KJUlJ He is also eatlsfied HON H C SMITH One of tne wisest acs recently doLe by Ma Richard Risioe Wright is his expreesed determinatlon contained in an ivterview in the Atlanta ConstUo tion not to have anything more to do with politics but to devote all his en ergies to his school work Politics and educational management dont mix way down eouf and we aieglad thst Major Wright has found it out at last His salary has been raised to 1 600 by the regents of his school while there will be nothing but bouquet hence forth from h...

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. — 14 July 1900

MRS TERRELL AT OBERLIR he Pectus a Grand Ovation and Wins Scarboroughs Pen Ne Laurels Pcture Oberim O Spacial Of the several hundred graduates undergraduates and friends tbat gathered about thst fa moua seat of learuiog Oberlia Oollegei in rensj ju tliia summer there was one wlo seemed conspicicuous above all the ret odo thafe was sought and hon 0rci alike by graduate and undergradu ate of both college and high school 31 rs Mary Church Terrell is on honor toOnerlin College and Oberlin and all ber s ns and daughters appreciate this honor The reception the warm cor dial recaption accorded her at the re cent Commencement is an evidence of Oborlms affection for this distinguish ed daughter of hers B rilliautly ec hol arly vivacious and the very quia tes sen e of gracefulness whether in the draving room or on the platform Mrs Terrell is a lady that the race should bt thoroughly pronl of for she repre sents its bigh23tand bst type It was a beautiful soence in tbat large tont before that m...

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. — 14 July 1900

r i -I T AW l Ml H lit vi -- rS - 1 l ITKJ N HI I U4i m in - 55 1 SJ PM v381 J tt ttli X vt ITr M f M ai J mnmic THE COLORED 35otto Kino- of Hair I iressi n ffS Y t v mrj v i r ln vwi ts cm hi ai Oh u m vi m it w n m xu w m - i i 7 BEFORE srj ta5w -- A p - Ty y Kprn ft s M A - AFTER BEf0REt WHAT 18 OOPO AFTER A nrpniratim nrennred solelv and distinctly to improve the condition of the hair of the negro race Not a -worthless offensive obnoxious jrroasy v nostrums but a delicately perfumed unguent beautiful to look upon made to adorn the lady olish the gentiemin benefit youth and gladden - - - - - i t sy 1 - 1 nnrnnP w nvrnvn Qtmi itPnj l nnttr nnnnv tinkv refractory hair OZONO does thfe alone 2so hot irons are necessary no plastering down wiMi grease vidually straiditens -without any outside assistance It a ill cause the hair to come back on bald spots It will restore fray hair to its natural color It the hair to grow and straight soft and fine and beautiful as an April morn It -will ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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