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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS Doings at the Resort Familiarly Known as the Gem ot the Alleghanies The White Sulphur Literary Meeting Fersonal Mention While Sulphur W Va Special The Whlto Salphui Springs Li erary meeting was held at the M B Church last Wednesday night Mr R B Bar ens president in the obair A very in teresting program was rendered as follow- Opening fong Opening prayer Readme and adoption of mlnutPB of previous meeilng1 Address by Presl dent K B Barcuel Instrumental se lec ions by White Sulphur Quartette oomposed of Messrs vV F Brown W J Payne Joseph W Cox and Webb Silo -She was born in old Kentucky by Mr Charles Jame debate Be solved that the Negro is better off out o politics at the present time affima tive Mr W O Lewis of Charlottesville Va negative Pratt Thomas of Char ham Va Miaa Maggie Pogue of Fin castle Va presided at the organ The literary meetings will be held on Wd neaday nights of eaoh week during the summer Among those whom we htve met who are spending the season ...

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. — 28 July 1900

rv W 1 1 iPlT St t J is t jUS WC r S j tr E 1 J J S I lifKt Li SJ - ttd h d r f r m - w 1 B- 1 iu 5f Shreds AND A Itr Drone has editorial charge of The New York Herald Wheels are moving at the Colt man Cuttoii Factory in Uoncord N C The little town of Brookhaven Mips has twelve business bouses run by Ne groes The lowest salary pid a teacher in the schools of the District of Columbia le 425 per annum The Mobile Shoe and Dfpartm nt Store is an enterprise owned and con trolled by colored meti Andre Ferguson of Topeka is s fi st class tile and marbe setter Ing a of 21 per we k Robert Bell of Iopeka is a sketch arist of natural ability His paintings of persons are as natural as life Bich p Grants Episcopal residence is now iu Iidianapois where he has purchased a baudBouje residence Mr Biro ad son of L vrence Kn s is hare established ami are opera iDg one of tn besi taunfrtHs in tbe West and a re doing a piofi able business The Virginia delegation to the Pbiia delphia Coi ventlon unanimxi...

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. — 28 July 1900

THE SUNFLOWER STATE Kinsas City an Ideal Place For Afro Americans News Notes Kansas City Mo Special Echoe of ihe D mocratlc Convention siill fill tbe air and many strangers are yet main the citys gatts eDJoyiDg to the utmost the proverbial hospitality of a typical western city The NegrDea Business League is the litest co operative organization in tbe city ami ought to be vrodueive of most excellent resul s To choose between toe two parties in this presidential campaign may be Ike dted ng between his satanic mpjesty atd the diep sea but then Tne N gro ib learning to think and act for himself and notwithstanding vVtbster Trickster Davis flip Nel son Crews writes the Chairman of the Republican 8tate Commktee My slo pau shall be Roosevelt and McKiuley Glory and Victory Miss Oornie CroBS an Alumnus of Oberlm and for the past five j ears teacher of Latin and Eoglish in Central Hiph School Galvettoi Texas spent a few days in Kansas Cily enroute to her home m Macon Mo Misi Cross 13 a young ...

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. — 28 July 1900

- f j fe tf KS 1 r tin -I W iia 53 li Icttt jJMJ iiAf SrVsLHf is mm r n Ui iiSl I -ii mj t C t I 3ft s w i m 9 w feB 8 5lje Colored njericai Published dt rHE Colored AacEBicAS Pnb Hablng Company A 3AII05AL 5EGB0 JTBWAPEB Pnblshed erery Saturday at 459 C St N W WasIngton D C SUBSCRIPTION BATES One year Six months Three months 200 - 110 60 ETVABIABLY XS ADVANCE Subscriptions may be sent oy postofflea money order erprgsc or by registered lettsr All ccTaxnaziiBaaout tor publication ahgnW be aeomjjaiiiea with the name of the writer qot aecexsarlly tor publication ba t as a gcz9 ante e of treed faith We solicit new ontrfbatloc QiJlnJrS and ib fact all matters affecting tbe race e will net pay for matter however tzatess it te ordered by ns All matter lntendfflt far pcbieafienmust reach this office by Wednas dy ex each weefc to Insure Insertion in Se cnrraat Issue Agents are wanted eieij wnere Send or ustrctlOQB ADVERTISING BATES Reading aottees M casts per Un Bigplw advrttwaifflitB 82 per ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

THE FODRTH HHPCON CONFERENCE Continued from first page u ud at the recent Montgomery uniK e he believed that the trend mm was favorable to negro 1 and development He thought i r K e prejudice was not altogether i tiiiiiixed evil It gives us - overcome and harder problems ilVl I i iii st business was the report of t mmittee on Business and Labor i report was read by Mr Andrew I llilyer of Washington who had i i i thorough investigation of the i in the skilled trades for the IV Exposition Mr Hilyer reported in he found colored skilled work i i ii t ngaged in every trade and oc iiMion in which white men are He visited 57 firms and plants i 1 are the largest employers of 9Hk liBf DR A M CURTIi n od labor in the Southern States lliese plants employed 7760 males and 1 120 females 5017 or 64 per cent of uii males earn 100 a day and above 1 719 or 22 per cent earn 150 per tl ij and above and 572 or 73 per int earn 200 per day and above outMde of the building trades the hnot number of skille...

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. — 28 July 1900

i 3 M J 5H t fa r i 10 AMONG BOOKMAKERS AND PARAGSAPHERS The Albnquerque Mexico American ii the newest one Tje Cotton Boll Conccrd Is C is being interestingly edited by Roseoe C Murray Simmons a graduate of Tusk gee EL C Bruce of the Pensim Office this city is hard at work en a newb ok It may be called The Colored Ameri can The Z on Clipper a religious monthly treating of Cnureh and dtae persons and things is being published at Fish kill Landing N Y by Kev IVm R Eley Rev goiorncn Porter Hoed tells about A New Negro Poel in tbe July A M E Church Review Dr Hood is lending Pro Keeling valuable as sistance in the editorial department cf the magazine A prominent member of the a M E denomination savs there is more har mony and good fellowship in the pub lication and Jiterary department now than there 1 as been at any other time in the lat forr years The Indianapolis Word s puttirgup a hot sheet nowaday and is talking independence almost to the point ol eaucfrrss Editor A E Manning is givi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

IHE PL3BER NECKS ARE GIYISO IT OUT- Xike View Park iB the card That here will be no Negro party Tba Lawyer Reuben 8 Smith is a Xnat he colored boat company has gobeE mmenug the defeat of the Boers is a ry Kr civilzation Tbar Prof Ezie Hoflmana roof gar jpn rtili in prospective the old time democrats are wiu JULui iui grosuiiiH Tjat it is a cold day when Prof W H H Hart gets the worst of a deal Tnt Le Drit Park will eventually i bee me an exclusively Negro colony That when one 1 on a hunt for tr u e he never needs a searchlight 11 it Senator Fairbanks is to be pre ileDt McKinieys political legatee fht in case of Bryans electon Heiry M Teller will be Secretary o the Waeury Tiat a Black Tammany is among the hoveit evsto be oflered in District poll I tics this Tall Tuat Thomas JL Jone3 will make an iiritr dash for Congress in Virginias hiurth district Thit the heat Inside the Census cffie decidedly preferable to the heat out s de of it That a man who never has any busi ly in a bank is a...

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. — 28 July 1900

r c IS if lMi e i k w - tt afc SlSK S 1 rH 1 1 f il BwJ 1 fSM - 5SSBK2ES33RS3HSS5 12 wiltA Tfa tiT1 Hr Ttm OL r - Trade Mark y Colored Authors Club Meet The members of the Colored Authors Literary Ciub and friends enjoyed a trolly ride to Congress Heights and re turnine and was tender d a grand re ception by the ladies of the club at tne residence of Mrs W Bishop Johnson Mrs W Bi hop Johnson and Mrs E D Ssolt cbsprobed the party Those present were Mioses Essie Burrill Risa and Bertha Stokes Alice Barlow Mamie Si namons Carrie Younger Julia THE COLOBED MEMOAlf WASHIffGTOir D D Virgiiiia Union University Wayland Collet Jfe Richmond SiS Tfieologicaf B Seiifi MAGXIRICENT BUILDINGS OF GRANITE NewEquipmentFine Library Electric Ligtit Steam Heat - Commanding Location on Border ofRichraond Large Faculty of Enthusiastic and Abie Professors Lectures by Distinguished Scholars Educators and Preachers COLLEGE DEPARTMENT Of High Grade Modern Broad Thorough with many Electives Courses leading to D...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

NATKNAL AFRO AMERICAN CODNCIL Third Annual Session fo be Held atlndian ip lis Indiana August 28th S9lh 30 h and list 1900- Program The National Afro -American Coun cil at the next annual session will fol low tbe program here given THURSDAY AUGUST 28tH 10 A M Opening Exercises Prayer Rev R 0 Ransom D D Chaplain Chicago 111 Hyun America Roll call Secretary R W Thomp jod Washington D C AddreBB of Welcome -Governor J7 A Mouat Mayor Thomas Taggart George L Knox Indianapolis Ind Freeman AE Manning Indianapolis Ind World W Allison Sweeney Indianapolis Responses Hon Geo H White M 0 N C 0 W Anderson N Y Counsellor F L McGhee Minn Col W A Pledger Ga TUESDAY 2 9 K Address of the President Bishop Alexander Walters Jersey City N J Report of Financial Secretary J E Bruce Albany N Y Report of Finance Committee Prof Jeese Lawson Washington D O Eeport ol Treasurer J W Thomp Bon Rochester N Y UESDAT 730 F TB Toplo Afro American CitJzsnshlp Addrepse Hon Judson W LyonB Ga RogUUr ot the Treasury Ex Gov ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

- j i rr fcd Iff S r Mi v - id 1 H 154 V r Rr 14 OUR WOMEN For The Coorel American What of the women ol our race Lo they with progress march kesp pace They bear Its lterfcst on their heart And aid it rith torjsnmate art Some few high tower oer the crowd By ean st work ol tcesa were prond Their aims their eflorts words and deeds All tend to show the race its needs This gracious fact we gladl own Being aware of whats well Known No i ace to any greatress grows Bave as the woman with it goes When noble women 11U their here With cul ured mind and thoughtful care From lowly Etate seek what is higher For what Is best in Hie aspire 1 hey fill their men with lolt z a As they their sweet influence ieel A raee cl such women possessed A ay deem itself supremely blessed Of our women a nobe train Whose life work lightens up the plain And keep alive ambitions flame A Jew may here bf called by name CopDln Moten Baldwin Howard Teacbers all bid youth a move lorR arC While Harper Terrell Mossell find ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

EDUCATIONAL HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C TEX distinct departments under one hundred competent professors and instructors Theo logical Medical Legal College Pedagogica Preparatory English Agriculture Industrial and Mubical Forinformation address Rev J E Rankin D D IX D President Geo H Satford Secretary x a e Gecrgia State Industrial College Open to Both Sexes The tail term beginning Oetober 3rd 19C0 the Georgia Stale Industrial College win receive both young men and yoiw g wo men as boarders The entire xpenses lor boaid wsshlng luel and lights will be o ly 8510 per month The locatkn and BuiroundingB are healthful and elevating A Ant class opportunity lor voung men and wonipn to obtain a good llterarv and industrial education The trades of Bluck smithing Wheelwrichiing Carpentry Painting Bricklaying and Sboempkit g will be taught the boys and the arts ot Sewing and Coating w 111 be taught tl e girls Boarding space is limited ana those who wiJh to come must applj earlv ResDertlully...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 July 1900

u 1 3 4 r j t t tfr I iW M HRra I 3t b 5 - 7f v n t jf fc - YI ii 41 AJ Jl V T ff n FA r 16 iity Paragraphs Do you erjoy a qniet game of pool Lieut R E Toomey wants to tske a hand In tba Chinese tmbn glio Mrs Barbara Cole and daughter are In Philadelphia Philip B Barbour is now conducting the Douglass Hotel Cafe wiihccngeniallrlendi or acquaintances The teachers erenow officially happy The appointments have aetuslfy ap peared in print in a nice clean comfortable aid elec tric fancooled pool parloi Mrs J W Lyons and children are 6F ending the hot season at fcealsle N J Register Lyons joined his family Saturday and Sunday of last week in private and away from the irsd d Dg crowd Dr Daniel H Wlllismelste Surgeon inChef of Prledmens Hospital is in the e ty for a few days He was called to he bedside of his sick mother Uei death occurred Tuesday i Mrs A J Manning of E street south west is estivating at gilcoti Springs Va and enjoying the pleasures of a country vftation Dr J T Branch a gra...

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. — 4 August 1900

T nomHHHHmHHHH VOL 8 NO 18 AN H0H0RTOJHB CRAFT Editorial Reflections Inspired by the Life and Woik of Editor W D Johnson An Honest Sincere Press the Negros Sheet Anchor of Hope The Qualities That Make for Enduring Success There is scarcely a more potential factor in tho equation of human pro gress than the jounali9t The lever that moves the world is popular senti ment It ib desgned in the school room echoed from the pulpit bat is given form and vitality and crystallized into definite aotion bj the power of the press The office of the editor is truly an exalted one By virtue of his Bition he holds within bis grasp the destiny of men and movements He Bpeaks to thousands while the laymen talks to individuals Thus he may make or mar the fortunes of those who live in the public eye and seek to lulueDce the activities cf mankind flow essential then is it that about the editorial sanctum there should never the atmosrhere of honesty pure motive and altrjietic purpose No race or people can f...

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. — 4 August 1900

-S si F la i if1 4 a- n j i IS VS J5 Sd is Tli ft JtJMrf Pi il ij t T N8 14 m ta BM ft1 U ST a- Ti y - 5 i2i 1i i jJi1 DiONVSILfS in ipf AJbany N Y Special The demo oratio party in this state ib bidding lor the Negro vole and ite few Negro fol lowers are making an exhibition of themselves trying to appear consistent while posing as political apostates The spectacle is as amusing aa it is ridicu lous While the white democrats of the South aided and abetted by the si lent approval of the white democrats of the entire oountry are slaughtering in nocent and defenseless black men and women the black democrats of the Empire State are giving that party their feeble support and encouragement in Its effort to break into the White House with Bryan and StevtnsoD with their garments dyed in the blood of helpless Negroes Does any sensible black man mau or woman in this state believe that these Negro democrats would by reason of their political faith be able to escape the fury of their white poli...

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. — 4 August 1900

ACTIVITIES AMONG SCHOOLS Chicago In the Lead Bishop Grants Spund Pulpit Utterances An Amateur Organist Work Among Women Chicago Ills Special Very artistic and very entertaining was the recep tion tendered the viBlting teachers and ftudents at Qainn Chapel on last Ttu day night by the Colored Stu dents Club of the University of Chi cago The occasion was a testimonial to the cause of higher education of the Negro All the prominent Negro col leges were represented by former stu dents music literature theology med icine law and all the scientific branch es were enthusiastically encouraged arid heartily endorsed by men and wo men who for a few brief moments had occasion to imagine themselves within the college wail again in the dear old college days Addresses were made by Mesdames D II Williams Fannie Barrier WilliarnB Drs M H Jackson 0 E Bently and a number of young lawyers doctors and BtudentB After the programme the guests retired to the banquet tables which were decor ated in the col...

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. — 4 August 1900

M H mn i ih im 3 4 t li it v 1 House No City Street County 623 E Street N W Washington D C E T Kaufman Begiatered Plumber and Gtsfitter Hot Water and Steam Heating Remodeling Defective Plumbing A Bpeclalty 617 E St N W Wuhiagton D a rtigy - CTaasaasgST THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHlfrGfO tk NH The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair I 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 HARTONA 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...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

Inw F THE GAY SEASHORE i Swim -The Summer Lyceum -Pertinent Paragraphs v iinij Oea i ny Md Special The grand ntetriprod bv Mr and Mrs Rob- hj3 last Tuesday night at the hotel 1eaii Wave was remarkably brilliant many pleaamg and fascinating cob- anie WCIU uiu uu piuuuucu uiuoi pleasant effect The drawing rooms ffere uu quoly decorated showing un limited anticipation The elite of Ocean pity bore mucn prommen3e ana were mindful of the fact that an evenings gathering of ten reveals pleasures hither to unknown Light hearted terpersi chore was on nana ana mspirea cne fi0ul of nearly every one giving ample satisfaction to all A few who enjoyed the diBtiuction of the ocoasion were Misses Bolman Porter Hamlin Pitts B bbius Messrs Hedge Stokes Hon ejwell White and Hamilton Much appreciation was shown the paper read by -Mr Thomas Clayton a ew Monday eenings ago before the Ocean City Lyceum Mr Clayton chose as iiis subject Industrial Education for the Negro The paper was fol iwed by a long and ...

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. — 4 August 1900

J 5 1 u 4 iy 3i rT btfe I I u iri tfA8U fAxmi tl - 1 31 -U fc 38- Shreds lifeirigsi AND Dawn An angel robed in spotless white Bent down ard kissed the sleeping night Night woae to b ush the sprite was gone Man saw the blush and called it dawn Paul Latjeesce Dpbab Universal Lodge of Masons of Alex andria is the oldest lodge in Virginia Tips to portera have been indorsed by a decision of the Comptroller of the Treasury Henry 0 Clay recently entered upon his duties as postmaster at Wilber force Ohio The electric car system between this city and Alexandria will not put on jim orow cars Bishop Walters will return from Eu rope In time to attend the Afro-American Council meeting in Indianapolis August 28 The Negroes at St Joseph Mo are worked up hecauso only one of them was given a place on the Roosevelt re ception committee The Negro Democratic League held a convention of its own at Kansas City July 4lh week and indorped Bryan and the democratic platform Report comes that Rev W J White ed...

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. — 4 August 1900

wffi31Q ife Mm WsSk xr vS 1 8fe ijjr S rat r The Cherry Street Baptist church Jof Philadelphia has purchased fine welling on 8 19th strcetfor a1 parso nage John II Dwelleof Augusta Ga a graduate of Lincoln University ha9 been recently oalled to the pastorate of the Colored Baptist Church in Media Pa In order to keep down ugly feelings and prevent a serious crisis some day in the A M E Church the Christian Recorder last week and its General Conference enacted a law to prevent the election of any Bishops by Ac clamation OiIV r F TA ss BISHOP ALEXANDER WALTERS Bishop Abraham Grant of the Fourth Episcopal District of the A M E v uurch embracing Indiana Illinois lwva Wisconsin Minnesota and Michigan has purchased an eleven room house in Indianapolis He and hN family will make this theip home The price was 3600 Hon O L W Smith of the A M E Zion Church Minister Resident and Consul General for the United States at Monrovia Liberia Africa started on his return trip July 10th and sailed from ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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