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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

VOL 8 NO 16 A DARING DEED A Colored Youths Heroism at a Holocast News Notts From the Windy City Rev Ransom Reiaimd An Odd Fellows Tem ple in Prospect- Olivet Eaptist Church Makes a Gocd Showing Chicago J 11 Special Mis Mary Church Terrell passed through onr city Holiday She had been lecturing In South Dakota be d was enroute to Wash ington Mrs Terrells name is a house hold word in the West She won the highest admiration last eummer when Bho was here as president of the Fede ration of Celored Womens Clubs Her splendid ability suability and personal magnetiBm won for her a warm place In the hearts of the people cf Chicago It is hoped it is true that this gifted woman will give tier host of friends a ehartce to hear her in August Dr Wilaon a prominent physician aud surgeon of Nashville Tenn is in the city taking special courses in sur getv at some of our best institutions Dr A H Kennibrew resident pby sician at the Taskegee Institute spent several weeks in this city taking labo ratory ...

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. — 21 July 1900

J T i i w - r rbfo j i JBiaIi MM h w iff 1 vlte ci JM fl ill The gravity of the situation being thus made plain the matter was made the sut ject of prayer both by the pre siding Bishops ministers and laymen and when it -was finally disposed of it wag made clear tfcap the Lord- had opened the eyes of tbe brethren and shown them the duty which lay in their path At the final Eession of our conference tnexe wee an outpouring of His Holy Spirit and ehoweis of blessing im mersed ue and filled our souls with the love and peace which passeth un derstanding and we say with gieat u notion that grand old spiritual Believing we rejoice To ee the coon temoyed But there weie still obstacles in the way another Negio of equal talent culture and ability and who had culti vated a tafcte lor our Holy religion and for office took advantage of our see slon of rejoicing over our nairow es cape from electing one of his race to the Bishopric and prevailed upon the brethren to ypte for him for secretary mis...

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. — 21 July 1900

THE RECORD OF A BUSY LIFE vr R W Thompsons Exhaustive Review ft The Story of My Life and Work by Prof Booker T W ashington A Priceless Contribution to the Biblio graphy of All Tjme The Candor and Clearness that Stamp the Volumn With he Washington Character Analysis ot Incident and Motive The Story Jn Vtail A Remarkable Book by the haces Most Remarkable Man A Kemakable Boob by a Remarka ble Man Ib the first comment that ttie reader invariably gives expression to after having read The Story of my life and work by Booker T Washing ton for that is exactly what it Is To iy that it reads like a romance is to deal with the common place in this new 8ge of epigram moulding Mr Washingtons latest volumn is per barsthe most touching recitals of the struggles and triumphs growing out of a natural am- bition for a larger life of tbe sacrifices and success that accom pany one who strives for high stand ards and exalted goals that the A meri can people have listened to since it was charmed in- spis...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

i Jfc I i yf V i MTU i 1 s fir If WW AW 31 W13 I1 w - if m - M Hit 3M laj ft i I HiWS i iff fe i VI 1 h n I PT ft ----------- - -- - CHE COLORED AHEEIOA1T WASHINGTON D 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 nno Virnr nf H ATLTOKA will slinw immediate rpsults Mnkps the hair crrnw nn bald and thin places HARTONA cures Dandruff Baldness Falling Out of the Mairand ail acaip Diseases itememDer tnat haiiiuixa is me nignest pricea 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 the hair and gives it fresh life and lust...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

nions Enor tain tha Prasldent Ti h And Cabinet f rthe dinner given to the PreBi Club last Wedues eUt a the Country jay K Tiug by Saoretary Riot and j i neral Oorbin tbe wdll known Amii Glee Olub J Henry Lewis jre firnaied ai exsellent pro gn vica and instrumental mueic jne r guests were all the members 1f abinet Hon Charles Dawes alplLTofthe Currency Col Webb i ad Mr William Barbour The afjir a entirely of a sieial charaoter Toe Aiphiong roster wag composed aa allows Stessr Fred A 3abb9Cha8 A anp Jas D Wilson Wm De Lag Win T Is bell Jas II Washing tiu Vm Cooper Messrs Robh Har iisatilF R Payne furnished the in sttumeatal selections Me rs W W Cochran of Oxford Ii Maurice N Corbett of North Carina Walter R Carter of Ala and W T Ferguson of Alaima are among the new clerks asMKred to the agricultural division of the Census Office Mr Ferguson came id frum the Government Printing Of fie having resigned the place held by him for quite a while m thab pic Botany Bay Free Inures Love and happ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

if ip tf r 5 Hj SslVi Hi m ii 1 1 as fiff 1 H i HWirfP Iii m f -fill Tl I iWl a i Jb ffft H Willi ValsIP k l jJIT KiTb flijiri SHREDS VrM AND Dr W B B DaBoiB sailed this week for Europe Mat Lewis is making a rigorous ef fort to give the people of Newport News a wide awake daily Rer J M Towneend has been made the traveling representative of the Mis sionary Department of the A M JS Church Bishop Abram Grant has selected In dianapolis as his place of residence for the next four years and the Hoosiere are rejoiced accordingly Dr Daniel H Williams of Chicago hae been added to the faculty of the Meharry Medical school at Nashville Tenn He will give each year a course of leotnre3 on Operative Surgery Booker T Washingtons call to or ganize a National Negro Business League at Boston Aug 23d 24th has the unanimous approval of the colored pres3 as a most timely step The death of Rev Alexander Ellis D D one of the leading Baptist cler gymen of this country occurred a couple of weeks ago at Sava...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

THE RECORD OF A BUSY LIFE Continued from third page Ir Llaeir infinite variety and served as 8u exellent preparation for the severe m aal tests which later years de manded of him The year 1881 saw the Niunmg of his ork at Taekegee a t jv n then not on the map The struggle ring the schools formative period tin quests for help to meet growing ms upon finances and spacej the nrgement of scope the Btrong fuds enlisted and final guarantee of I ermanent existence are told in an en gulng way and no ne can read the a rvmut withoub feeling encouraged Had some Rip Van Winkle fallen a- at Taskegee twenty years ago and remained so until today he would u ikon amazed and Incredulous that - h a magic modern city an monal Mecca could have sprung up r that one time waste and that the t tnlua and industry of one man - and a iilaab man at that was responeible for i s being Is not such a magnificent product of two decades an inspiration tj our young men especially coming ah it does from an ex slave wit...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

t 11 5 M r Ihl M ffSlfi 1 3 t r 1 m HI g P Ml 11 ut - k B fj t itf S i I ti i n t ts M - Hr Ky M i 8 Tle Colored lijericaij PnoUehed bv Chk Colored amkricaIj Pub lishing Company A SAIIOKAL KEKBO XEWSPAPEE Pnb Ubed every Saturday ai 9 C St N W Washington D C SUBeJORlPriON RATES One year Px moDth8 Three mouths -- S INVAEIABIiV IN ADVANCE 200 110 60 BnlHcrlptlonB may De sent Dy poKtoffioe money order express or by registered letter All communication for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not necessarily tor Publication bnt as a gxssr ante e of good Taitb We BoDolt news contributions oplnioa8 and In fact all matters affecting the race We will net pay for matter however iraiefeS Jt Is ordered by ns All matter Intended for putelcafitan mast reach this office by Wednes day of each weefe to Insure Insertion In ttoe enrreat issue t Agants are wanted evcarj wnere Send or ADVERTISING BATE3 Beading nonces GO oenis per Use Display n ftvartZaprrmm tpf g2 pj BQQatrO LoOQ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

HONOR OLD GLORY- X Black Boys in Blue Celeorate The Forth m the Philippine Islands ia a H ittiojj Way Lieiu Gilmores Pati uic Address Lieutenant David J Gilmce of the j rty ninth made a speech In ihe ea e of hiscrlored soldier President Ill do and oOO Filipinos of Samhez Mra ou the occauion of the raising of the Ymerisan flag over the town April 1- It breathes of patriotism and in the presence of the colored trrop it t rtted a most favorable impression The speech was in part President Puijdo and Filipinos LIEUT DAVID J GILMER The duty we have gathered here to perform gives me more pleasure than any previous ore and soldiers of thiP detachment of the Forty ninth Infantry you too may feel proud to know you are standing behind your guns per forming one of the duties that Mr Lin coln said you would some day live to do Ypu can look around you nod see men with uncovered heads as an act of appreciation Ur this oocasion who a few days ago fought you and ihis flag with shot and shell - Presi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

lt - r 31 m i Is n H Q W lid M -It J mm n ti u m m f t m nh liS fti ir tM III m J5 Aft 10 ji WSLL DO THE REST If yon are sick If yon are going to have a tour If yon have a friend coming to tcrtrn Ifyoo are going to give a reception It you did give a reception lately If yon have lost a member of your funUy It your church i going to give a eonoert or enpper 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 C street northwest IH THE EDDCAirOHL ARENA In the death ot the late Rev J Brad en D I the colored man loses a a friend He spent many years of his life to educate and help him as only such a man coald do Booker T Washington who has been in the East the past three weeks hust ling in the interest of his Tuskegee work went South this week He ab tended the Educational meeting it Charleston and delivered an address The first anniversary of the Amanda Smith Orphan Homo North Haryey III was ob...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

The Uiinton Cottage opening at At Jautic Oity was a brilliant social suc cess Kev H C Asfcwood editor of the Bryn Mwr Defender has been placed in charge of AJlen A M E Church oui of Philadelphias most important tatione Kiv MarK 0 Haford of the Gold riaat Africa who is visiting the i nked States has been made an hon orary fallow of the Brllish Colonial Scientific Association BiabopLJ Coppin late charge Bethel Church Philadelphia led the van of ho A M E deLomination in Easter oilections turning in the hands one sum of 230 Metropolitan church Wahingtoa JAlbert Johnson pastor fell down to 160 Several wealthy white gentlemen of Chicago have agreed to furnish the o5000 necessary to manufacture a working model of the new automatic machine gun recently invented by Eugene Burkins a colored boy The gun will be constructed at Baltimore The National Council of the Consti tutional Bights Association of the United States with headquarters at Richmond Va has issued an addro3a appealing for assista...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

Jp i 3 y i 1 12 AS THE CURTAINS GO UP JI4cwssssts of Stii Piapls zisi Ho izzj at EsJarsris to Hold the VUrror a to ilit - Mr Theodore Drary xhi distinguish ed buitone anrotinees the production of Btzsts opera Carmen m og lisb e FsrS Uteris Hozse Asbary Pxk 2Tew J rsej on Hocday meat AdjusI 5 Th prodccion b2Ting been given enormous at Leadnton Opera House 2ew York Hr Drary is prompted to repeat it at AsbuxyPrk confident that he will have the support of allioyers of operatic art The remarkable strong ea will inslnde Hme Dessario Plato Mrs XI Bandall lirs T Gields Miss E De Lyons Theodore Druiy G W TaylGr Fredm Sheldon A DaAney K P Johnson Miss Daisy Latnrner Zrntst Hogan has purchased a Use little cottage in Honolnin Mrs A P Albert a highly cnltured Washington lady Is toe author of a drama that has been well spoken of by the critics Mlsa Henrietta Vinton Davis the talented Washington elocutionist is working her -way homewsrd after a successful tonr of the Sonth and West Prof TTm H Rei...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

Hi tic ft2fil6 iTTi Pi 1OTM BO rJtffi wig i hi t unbent The death of Dr JR M Cheeks late d ir of the Sou hern Chiistian tr will not Leccssitate the removal of tbc i implication of that paper from At lai i Ua It will still be published in u a- ly by the new editor Rev G E Ui r 1- Har zell presented for use by the rfn 1 1 M E Geneial Conference afe i ago a beautiful gavel madecf ivory in i Pi - a large increase in church mem b i finance and ministerial in fijfit lhe Church rants fourth in tifli 1i ru second in Negro Metho diMii Hid thhteenth in general de1 DuuiiLuuonaism Kit rn j Walters aLtlProf B A John su t for Europe July 3rd sailing iioiii listen to attend the London Cutiju Endeavor convenilon and letum Augutt 15th to attend tho Afro- THE COLOEED AMERICAN WAmBTGTOff D 0 MStsAr r MB 1 American Council The Bishop is to speak twice at the great Alexandria Palace They will also go to tfcotland Berlin and the Paris Exposition Editor J W Smith calmly announce e that Rev C D Hazel of Pa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

Sf r fy i M Sv -1 PPM v YAm ww i 3 i rtffl Trrj C i J IKJ ifSM i jn f S- A 34 Mf W1 I A -T fZS tta i i I t f i K a mm i n f S 4 itPU r 14 THE BOEBS A8D KAFFIRS Continued rem f eccnd re 100000 end that they today outnum ber tbe Dutch in the Trans veal two to one Is conclusive proof that they do not otject to a system which ruskes them thrifty and industiituj6ontare out workeis in sharp contrsst to the Hottentotls who have bacome extinct under the British sway at the Cape Mr Silas Hccking in a speech at Exeter Mall in March of thte year declared I do hate byprccriey and if there be any cry that savors of cant and hy pocrisy it la in this cry that we have have goie to war for the protection cf the natives of South AlJica We have heard a great deal about how badly the Boers have treaed the natives and yet I ssk yotrt consider this question How does it tappen that low that every man aye and every boy haB been commandeered when all the male population of the Transvaal and the Free State a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

EDUCATIONAL HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C departments under one hundred tent professors and instructors Theo- edical Legal College Pedagogica1 jr English Agriculture Industrial and J oriufonnatiouaddrebs J H Rankin D IX LI D President otu II Safford Secretary T H Ei Georgia State Influstrial College Open to Both Sexes be fal term beginning Oetober 3rd 1900 he Ueorgia State Industrial College will i eKeboth joung men and youug i n as boarders The entire expenses tor oard wfishlng luel and lights will be ti ly 8510 per month The location and Miroundiiigs are healthful and elevating firt class opportunity lor voung men ind women to obtain a good literary aud ndubtrial education The tradesof Black smithing Wheelwrlghtlng Carpentry fainting Bricklaying and Sboemsklrg will be laughtthe boys and the arts of Sewing and Cooking will be taught tie girls Boarding space is limited ana those who wioh to come must apply early Respectfully It K Wkight Prest College Ga Tlvery Sollege Srades gcIj...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 July 1900

v im m i i A V fe Jtef 1 Iff ULfi Wt Up tlKa til fbtM mi 30 Kin of Hair flwu V AFTt -en BEFDRg - WHAT I OOZO A preparation prepared solelr and cistiactir to improve the condition of the hair of tbe neir o race ot a worthies oSeire obnosio - injurious nostrum bet a celicatdf perfumed liniment teamifnl to look upon made to siorn the lady j ulish tee gentlennn Deaent yoc ac OZOVO raiteB knorr naDpvkinkv refractorv hsir OZOXO does ibis clone Xo hot irons are necessary no plastering down with vidnallv nrai htess without aivooiside assistance It will cause the hair to corae back on bald spot It whi restore Jrar hair to lis nainrai co -the hair to rrow lose and saaisa soft and fine and beautiful as an Arrj mom It will care all itching hnrainc rniLins mtau atiac calp D- Terer Sccrf and Eczema Itch cannot lire OZOXO has been applied It is as pure as tne aew flrop oeaatuai as ibs morn sbi rraie a - r fJ Kiinrc filth 5 t nme T vnnr air is siiort and harsh and kn v it your scalp 1 covered wi - ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

VOL 8 NO 17 11 Ml TO BISHOPRIC Life Chart of Rct Evans Tyree St D D D Bishop of A M E Church The Upward March of Genius and the Pinnacle set Eye of Merit Ever a Pleasing- Contemplation The Career of a Self made Man and a Vindication of the Sarlne Power of Honesty In dustry and strong Personal Character Tis not birth nor wealth nor state But get up and get that makes a man great Old Saw The difficulties of the world cannot kp a good man down The flight of nius is ever upward and the eye of i Tit seeks the pinnacle of human at 1 1 inent Given birth education and dth it is to be taken for granted tl it the -weakest mortal can make his v through life Avith some degree ot -lit The career of such a favored attracts but passing note Tin 1 i dits of the multitude the paeans it i lie masses and the laurel crown of nry are reserved for him who coin f up through great tribulation and i ibs the ladder of fame with naught I tods mercy and his own brawny t i to brush away the tangled skeins tit i...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

-T 4 tr w -- 3 fiSu I ffl 3Pl H 4 rf i i ifi -- n m 1 vi Bio i ii nfam 4 I it i Kf Vs JiSi 1 S JJl Si i iM fiU iX ftl i4 m WS tl Ml V THE COIOEED AltEBICAlT WASHDfGTOK D 0 k3h3kSk44xSS Bruce Grits Melange The BeneatiotMil journals of the coan try -will be obliged to take back a good de 1 of the rob and stofl which they have been publishing Bince the begin ingof the Bexer troubles in China if the latest grape vine cablegrams from that country respecting the eafety of Minister t onger are true The horrible account given a short time sime bythe yellow journals of New York of the murder of Minister Conger and the indlgnitita offered the women of the Lection read like a sterotyjed dis patch irom the Bcutb giving the details of a dastardly assault upon a beauti ful white lady by a repusive looking and big burly Negro wretch It now seems that Secretary Hays tracer sent through the geod cffieeB of Mr Wu the Chinese Minister at Washington with a view to acertainirsg the real facts as to the ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

and race hatred as our own Boers in the South who do not treat Negroes as e ualsin law or otherwise because they prefer to regard us as an inferior race As I have state Mr Croffutts artiole iaiost interesting aud Instructive from a bistoiicalyiew point but it can hard ly be convinci g to thoee who have s udicd the Neiio side of the Boer qje3iion I have no sympathy what ever with the Bjeis believing as I iiave to that ihey are a set of psalm ringing nigg r hating hypcctftes It will be dollars to doughnuts that when i he colony of Boers which it is pioposed to transplant somewhere in the West in the near future have been here long enough to vote they will to a njan support the demooratio party be cause it like themselves believe the Eeero tobeaninferirrrace and hence is agaiDst It as thty are Bruce Grit Theodore Drury as a Dramatic Tenor Mr Theodore Drury is a singer of the very highest culture aud few vocalists even thoee whom grand opera has at tracted to our country has passed thro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

W3S H U vt It S n 1 A WK Nfi YonrFortnne Told For lO cts and2B cts Dont fail to have your fortune told by tin Bcientifie Palmists they never rail to please you The Palmists will be at the abeve place for a Ehort time only Cut this out and present this to the Palmist and get a picture of your future Husband or Wife free REMEMBER THE PLaCE 1220 7th Street Northwest FOR RENT tereral Jurnlshed rooms MARY JS LANE H09 Columbia Street B 0 MSEKLCArWASSISQTO THE COLOEED HART0NH The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening all Kiniy Knotty Stubborn Harsh Curly Hair HARTONA will make the hair grovr long soft and straight The use of one box of HARTONA -will show immediate results Makes the hair grow on bald and thin places HARTONA cares 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 Don...

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