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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

i - -- 1 t2 j 5 U K1 hi 12 ARE YOU EARNING BIG MONEY -THE COEOEED 230519523 TfBwM2G8 B EJ Virginia Union University Waylai Colli S lliiii ffiilP ThBoIogica MAGNIFICENT BL7ILDIXGS OF GRANITE TewEquipmentFine Library Electric Ligtit SteamHeat Commanding Location on Border ofRichmond Large Faculty of Enthusiastic and Abie Professors Lectures by Distinguished Scholars Educators and Preachers COLLEGE DEPARTMENT Of High Grade Modern Broad Thorough with niairy Electives Courses leading to Degrees of Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science aad Bachelor of Literature THEOLOGICAL DEPARTflENT Baptist Conservative with many electives with Hebrew and Greek Courses leading to Degree of Bach elor of Divinity and English courses leading to Degree of Bachelor of Theology Ministers Course for those who with little previous educa tion desire to fit themselves for the ministry ACADEMY DEPARTMENT Thorough and attractive including College Pre paratory Course General Courses adapted to fit 3oung men for usef...

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. — 11 August 1900

W HITE SULPHUR NEWS as Tawawa an Ideal Sum tt A Peep at the Social Mir Sulphur Springs W Va setiu The regular weekly meeting 0f the nite ouipnur jjicerary society wa itriu st the M E church Wedcea day h a i Mr R B Barcus presiding Avcr unresting program was rend ers h i in ouyiujj uy huv gatioi attoD iir b v uarringtou Huei ry White Sulphur Instrumental tc Messrs W R Brown Sam fuel rt t lb J W Cox and W J Poque self Aunt Jemimas Cake Wa k iLd others recitation Clarence uuitar frulo Mr j W Cox gel ir Lulu Grant essay Mis Lie nors Waj 5 pmging by Silver Leaf htu ri bate resolved that the United Statt n was justified in waging war in the Phiiir pines Mr E M gypbax riruiHtve and Mr R B Barcus nega liu ini ic by Instrumental Quartette jSil ky Mokes and VVhistling benediction by Rev Brown Ad imtreetRg program has been arranged for next sdijfcgjfiy night ir aiajuisw m JNayjor and child in company with Miss Jennie Harris I of raahington D C arrived last week to ppeud Eome time at Dry Creek ...

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. — 11 August 1900

K u ACROSS THE WA1ERS The Fan Aircan Conference aid its In teresting Pricei dings What the White Man Mty Learn From Pan Africa The Great English Newspapers Liberal in Space The Pan African Confeience is rot numerically laiee but it la tnoroughy stimulating in its ideale and it stance or a fresh and broad humanity Dr Walters its preident strikes one if the reader will pardon the dwiftian reminiscence aa a bishop who in the true sense believes in tidd and it does not always follow m man aleo And the best speeches of thp deie gates betray what one has slmost come toregaid as an old time fenee of di vinity realising itfeelf however slowly through noble human means It ie always touching to ate a iocg trammelled and harassed race rinding expression at last and through brighter partiiultr spirits making the whole racial aoul articulate It is heartening to discover in the new voices as noble music as in those of the high minda of long favored civili zatioc The cultured Africans at the confe...

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. — 11 August 1900

it e i pi i r jItLTAIIONAL z 2 HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C t departments under one hundred irofessors and instructors Theo- Legal College Pedagogical i lish Agriculture Industrial and in lurmation address 5 1 Rankin D DIX D President ot H bAFFORD Secretary THE urgia State Industrial College Open to Both Sexes DL - lie 11111 beginning Oetober 3rd 19C0 rii State Industrial College win lli jouug men and youig wc boaroers The entire txpenses lor wtsliing luel and lights will be i per month The locatkn and iigs aie healthful and elevating -class opportunity lor voung men ii j 2i 11 10 uuutiii a guyu uieiary auu in iw education iu 1 ug Wheelwrighiing Carpentry Ja l Hrickiaying ana bhoemtkli g taught the boys and the aits ot tew - ana ucojiiLg v 111 ne laHgniue r boarding synce 1b limited ana those Min vmju to come must appiy eariy Kesieetlully R K Wkight Fiest fo itge ua Hvery College Srades Schools m ALLEGHENY PA i i ictlcal Literary and Indusulal Trade I1O1 tor coicrta rsojs hi a u...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

iX S ns 1 1 Rift r -1 4l vs im is 3 BE WARNED aESQKSHEIf SMEBIDS TCBSHIRffKHIt B 0 By honest methods and is to day the only and possessing the confidence of tne colored the rapidity of the unprincipled who to get Miss Helen Parker Mis3 Minnie Mulligan and Miss Eleanor Robinson who have been spending July in New Tork and Aabury Park left on the 10h fox Atlantic City The birds and game of all kinds in Virginia are getting scared already as a certain member of our foce is prepar ing to take his gun and go on his an nual outing Hon Jere A Brown of the Treasury Department left for Ohio this week where he will take part in the cam paigu Mrs Brown will estivate in Connecticut The daughters of Mr and Mrs H A Thomas of Howatd avenue Anaccstia D C are spending the months of Au gust and September with Mr artl Mrs W J Mailow of Poughkeepsie N Y Mr Stephen E K Buchanan of the Recorder of Deeds Office has returned frcm the state of North Carolina where he took part in the election which was held ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

VOL 8 NO 20 A MILITARY EUDCATION I he F tst CId Graduate at West Pout Trscai ts on a Military Educa tion for Afro Americans Our Fditonal Brings a Ringing Reply From Lieut Flipper- The Value of Such an Educa tion not Appreciated A Woeful Lack of Preparation for these Schools Editor The Colored American Tom editorial in a leeent number of The Coloitd Ameiican anerit the appoint ment of Negro jouth to the Militaiy and Naval Academics was timely and to the poiLt It is a matter to which 1 have given much thought and obser vation and my conclusions are First our people do not take suffi cient interest in these two institutions The education given there is worth any sacrifice necessary to obtain it The training and discipline can not be had at any other school in the world Second the young men of the raoe who have been si nt to these schools have not as a mle had sufficient edu cation at the time they went there The preecnbed educational require ments for admission are low too low due to t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

Hi t i M t i r s D V THE COLOEED AMEBICKK Bruce Grits Melange ijKlilKttiatttHMhfl flf 1tllftAAAAAAbAM Albany N Y Special The Pioneer Press edited by that courlecuB and genial gentleman J B Clifford Esq in noticing in a recent isBae of hie pa per eome remarks of mine on colored democrats admits the correctness of my position thereon in language which cannot be mlsundeistood But judging from the tenor of the editorial in question the esteemed Pio neer Press has been or is about to be politically metamorphosed over against the bibs of commission with which 1 charged the democratic party of the Bouth and the culpable element of that party in the North It places a few thingB which the republican party has failed to do for the Negro as if that was a reasonable antwer to the charges against the Southern dcmocra cy The Pioneer Press aiso states that it is easy for me to talk acd write po litically at long rarjge I beg to in form JBrother Clifford that it is just a easy for me to talk and wr...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

MAKY ABLACKBURN THE AFRICAN QDESTION By Mary A Blackburn What shall we do with the Africans That race bo Interior Is the question they are dlscusslDg Debating It oer and oer Some want to send them to Africa And the reservation plan Is lavored too by others who Belong to an upper clan Far above the poor black Africans Who should never dared been born For there seems to be no place for them They ai o doomed to be forlorn Im wondering what these folks would do About all their dirty work If they sent them off to Aft lea And they had none here to shirk They say they are all snob lazy things And then they are so black Why I wouldnt begin to teach one 8ays simple idiot Jack What was 11 we heard long years ago About free and equal men They surely didnt mean what they said Or has sentiment ohanged since then What do yon suppose God made them tor What will he do with fhem when The judgment day is come to us all And all of the Saxon men Who are feeling so far above them Because their skin Is t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

11 V- jr n m n r j w tfS C M 7 ss m fe lk HART THE C010HED A1ERICA WASHETGTOK D 0 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 jour 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 lustre and the hair stays and grows naturally straight after the use of HARTONA On box of HART...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

S ilued l and leFsnn I upon have Tost em it of iauk ad tj are were 2 the and lists iruc land j our y9VVlalilSsiI a v re the qMSsSSS idle- woru - it writer s world Thousands of satisfied users pronounce it Perfectly Sjmgkmtg Simply Perfect Their testimony is that Smirt p mier capacity for good wort all the time is unequaled ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE The Smith Premier is especially adapted to the Touch Sytem of Typewriting THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO 519 11th Street Northwest Washington D C ocrs ore gin gpfiPSj e t tan i M Smith Premier highest points reached in writing machine mechan ism It leads in th - up akMeii Fre ays o uxxeciea ana aiier a icn lers I J use cau truuiiuiiy sav is is a uvuu lan to weak men I am greatly improved in 8 size strength and vigor in All correspondence is strictly con- Igo fidential mailed in nlain sealed en- ffld I VelODa Th rcpoinf ia fmo fnr ihfl iug and he wants every iron to iave it Insures Love and Happiness I Mow any man may quickly cure liin C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

a vS Ml v H THE NEGRO IN THE TWELFTH CENSUS Director Merriams Fidelity to His Pledges Break- all Records in the Appoint ment of Afro AmericarE to Fajing Po sitions - 664SO Per Arjnum and its Beneficial Influence Upon Many Phases of Negro Life Gorernor William R Merriam the Director of the Census has faithfully lived up to every promise he baa made to the colored people of the country as well 8s giving the nation the ablest most thorough and moat energetic administration of census aflairs since the foundation of the government Every step has been business ltee eve ry plan has been systematically worked out by the best hands available and every pledge has been kept with a strict cofisclentiousneBS rarely seen an inati tution where the power of the chief is bo abeolute and where the temptation toward political favoritism at the ex penee of merit has been so great The appointments have ail been made now and the Director gratefully confesses his indebtedness for a large measure of the sa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

fi 1 s i nr Rev 0 H Thomae a Negro hag been nominated for Lieutenaut Governor by the Christian party of Illinois Hon Graeme Stewart the Illinois member of the national committee believes that colored men will out some ice in the coming campaign and is dealing the cards in a manner to turn jack every time Secretary Overstreet of the Republi can Congressional committee confesses that the chances for holding a republi -can majority in the House will be a difficult undertaking bnt unless all signs fail the feat will be accomplished At a meeting of the officials of the Democratic Leagu6 at Indianapolis August 10 a campaign committee was appointed which indues A E Man nmg Indiana James A Ross New York and John T Pattou West Vir ginia Capfc Mason one of the most aggres eive Democratic stumpers in the North Carolina campaign jusb closed paid Recorder Cheatham a very nice com pliment in his speech at Concord Cheatham deserves them if anybody does says the Cotton Boll Assistant Slates Attorne...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

f in i 4 ta Ik m h r a mm iB m fvii fti M 4 1 P HB V7V 8 5tye Colored mericaii PnbUened bv Vhb Colored Amkktoan Pab lishlng Company A SATIOJiAL SEGBO KEWSPAPEB Pab Ashed every Baturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C z2sFr BUBSORXPTION RATES One year Biz months Three months tsj frFgrfm 200 - 110 60 INVABIABIiY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may De Bent oy postoffics money asder esvsam or by registered letter An oosuntramttOOT for publication saooU be acoompamen with ibaname of tne wrtUr not neoasJSlUy for pnblloailon but as a star ante e ofeeafi istta We sonolt news Mntrlbations aplBttas and to foot aU matters affeoting toe rase We 9tU est nay for matter However itmbs it la ordered fcynsAU matter intaidfiA tar ponacattoa must reach tfate office by Wefiaeg dy el eaeh week to lnssre toaeraon tn te current tssne Agsmts are wanted ererjrvraere Send or festrscttona ADVERTISING BATJ5S Smarting noces 90 wets per Una DSptar adverflaeattsote 82 par sgsare teas Mr tssp tics 0fefiBQs3 nastfte osj lec...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

THE GALILEAN FISHERMEN Continued from first page now preparing to spend thousand dol lars more in the erection of a brick and tile mill which will be the only one of its kind ever started by the colored peo ple of America In addition thereto gaw mill machinery has been purchased for a first class saw mill in every par ticular On this plantation they have twenty two milk oows sixteen head of horses thirteen yearlingBand all neces sary modern farming implements to carry on business on an extensive scale Tuis is only the beginning of the great plana whlcn this Institution intends to put la operation This does not give its - mi wfm m W f v MRS MAGGIE W STEWARD plans in detail but only briffly out lines the gigantic industrial strokeB that are being made by this Negro in stitution which prove3 beyond the shadow of a doubt the Negros ability to fully take care of- himself in the business world whenever the oppor tanlty presents iteelf This institution is divided up and has two fountain he...

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. — 18 August 1900

i fi k ta PI lJ I a m 10 WOULDNT IT JAR YOU If J W Patterson should re enter the pulpit If the office of supervising principal should be abolished If the Negro soldiers could get a chance to fight China If the Washington Post should put a Negro reporter on its stfi If it tmrns ont that James Campbell Matth ws has taken to the woods If the elimination of the Negro soon spreads mto Georgia and Alabama If the Hon John W Laugley should failtobe a member of the 57th Congress If Justice E M Hewlett should be placed on the federal bench in Porto Rico To listen to Senator Allains elephan tine political tread on the Illinois host Ings If Herbett A Clarks fine Italian hand should reppear at the political throttle If Bx Superintendenfc G F T Cook should be made president of Howard University To hear J Milton Turner and W Allisoa Sweeney fulminate from the same platform When Prof R T Greener comes baok and lectures in the straight Rus sian vernacular If Dr 8 A JElbert Indianas one time republic...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

fpM Shreds Borne Georgia has been bitten by Negrophobia The colored citizen does ride on the street cars there Mr Rob9rt Miller of Indianapolis lad was the only colored graduate in tba meohantcal department of the in itiate for the blind of that city Dr Joseph H Ward Ib the head of the reception committee of the Afro American Council Conference which meets in Indianapolis August 28th The cruelties and punishments in flieted upon the Negro race by the Bo era in South Africa surpass all hor rors known to the history of the world The first hospital under the charge of oolored Burgeons in the Btate of Mis souri is the Peoples Auxiliary Hospital and Training School at St Louis Dr R B Arthur has charge Herdlo lines a kind of omnibus sys tem have been inaugurated by the bet ter class of colored people in some oi the southern cilies where the street car companies are using the jim crow cars Out of evil good may sometimes come Among the many progressive Fouth ern citleB Jackson Tenn stands i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

Ifi W a M K Sft m 12 WHITE SULl HUR LETTER Grand Literary Meeting A Summer German in the Mountains Arrivals and Departures White gulphnr W V Special The weekly meeting of the White 8ul phur Literary Society was held at the JA E charon on last Wednesday night Mr R B Barcus presiding Aftes the reading of the minutes by the secretary Miss Lena Whipps the following very Interesting program was rendered Opening song paper by Mr N D Muvpby muBic declamation by Mr J B Booze address subject Prepa ration the demand of the Age by Mr C 5 Bullock of Charlottesville Vaf song by Golden Shavers Quartette solo with guitar accompaniment by Miss Maggie Poeue music by instru mental trio Mossra W F Brown W J Pogue and Joseph W Cox selec tions Washington Post March and pieces soio rne Dim in aguuea cage by special request Mr W F Brown instrumental mandolin solo by Mr Jefferson Odell debate Resolved that conferences held Dy the oolored man tend to do more harm than good Mr Silas B Jaohson affirmative and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

it tool e t m at A MILITARY EDUCATION witinued from first page it you will not find this article and that it will awaken inter ims matter for there ought to be one Negro boy in each of these fcbo Ii at all times Wherevec there is adUrict with a Negro Uongressmau jie uld f eo that some boy in his dis tri - properly prepared to go through tl u r of these schools and then ap poiit aim and stand by him during the feu earsh6i3 mere Very truly yours Henry O Flipper riBiifH Fe N Ilex Rtumed From Trinidad West Indies Mra Ptansbury Boyce who con due s an extensive millinery and dress making establishment at Jacksonville Fia After a very pleasant visit with her husband in Trinidad W I spent a few days with ber sister Miss Alex ander in Anacostia While there she was the recipient of a very eDjoyable surprise conducted by Miss Johnson and Dr B H Shipley an old friend of Mrs Boyce Among those present were Drs Hcott Galea M W HDaw ley Jr Mrs E A Chapman of Ben nngs D 0 and several other promi nen...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

Zk 1 ttjw 4 3 I ri z 7H k u It 0 t tr 1 I 1 mi a JHJ V fj SH 14 4ragsBg5Sgaeaswrg8K WHBGOffiBXD XMEETOiJ TOSEXffGTOtf B S III f 18 I ft mm0 Bishop Moure was once a page in the Tlorida legislature Bishop Walters tad the pleasant sur prise of crossing the Atlantic without undergoing an bcur of seasickness Bev W A Blackwell says the A M E Zion Church Is only 700000 In debt instead of 7000000 as published m re port The degree of Doctor of Divinity was conferred on the Kev R H W Lealr by the faculty and trustees of Kittrell It is the first title of the kind conferred by the school Dr J T Jenifer was eleoted Secre tary of A M E Conneotional Preach ers Association Be is now a General Officer with headquarters at Baltimore Md He willgive up the pastorate and laKfc the field in its interest Rbt A L Murray B D one of Methodisms ablest young divines has been appointed pastor of Bethel church in Chicago to succeed Dr K C Ran som and Dr R F Hurley of the Mich igan Conference succeeds Dr Murray a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

EDUCATIONAL RiidyBH HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C slinct departments under one hundred TEK impt tent professors and instructors Theo JokaI Medical Legal College Pedagogical Prenr tv English Agriculture Industrial and MiMi d Iorinformation address q K v J K Rankin D D LI D President Geo H Safford Secretary 7 h e Getrgia State Industrial College Open to Both Sexes Ihplnl term beginning October 3rd 19C0 tlie Georgia State Industrial College will rfeHeboth young men and youLg wt nen as boarders The entire expenses lor boaid washing fuel and lights will be oi Iy 5510 per month The locatkn and vnroundings aie healthful and elevating A flnt clafcM opportunity lor young men and women to obtain a gocd literary and industrial education I he trades of Black fcinithing WheelwrUsbilng Cafpentry Painting Bricklaying and Shoemtklig will be laughtthe boys and the aits ot Sewing and CcQkiEg v 111 be taught tl e girls Boarding fcpnce Is limited ana thobe who wldh to come must apply early Uesoectiu...

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