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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 August 1900

- -- IH9 J ni lxiM SJ 51 V ry gg5ggg55SyP and possessing the cuoiditv of City Paragraphs 3m WfflEEB SMESKS3P iraSHEfSTOl BE WARNED j honest methods and is to day the only cncc excited the confidence of the colored the unprincipled who to get - skin and dangerous to health and inmnous to the hair and life lie fair dealings together with the fact that OZONO - nine Hair Grower and Hair Straightener in exist- race we have met with grand success which hasv your money are putting on the market vile nostrums warned done send your money to get only in return a mass of lard and tallow and animal fats that injure your hair and cause it to fall out destroy its growth and cause yon to become bald Deal with a lcgitnnatefirm who will treat jou fairly and give you value for your money We do solemnly swear that our remedies are trae to all we claim for them that they do not contain any animal fat or injurious drugs and we will return the money for every case of dissat isfaction We refer o Metropoli...

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. — 25 August 1900

A 1 Ya1w t fTotniT ssajSnoO 3 - lJ J Ifm l xi lilv v Iv v n hi VOL 8 NO 21 DEPABTILBNT 0FSDUCAT10H The A M E CLurch Lrads fn His Wrk Prof John R Hawkirs The Oieator of this Department of the Church A Spier did Organization A Ma chless Orator and a Powerful Fao t r in African Methodism It was the moBt remarkable in the history of the Church and n depart ment of the church work attracted more attention than the one represent ed by Mr Hawkins At the opening of the conference the general opinion was that the Department of Education wo uJd make eome very radical changes Indeed the Bench of Bishops in their quadrennial address recommended bocd cuaDgeB aB would virtually destroy the o llice of a General Secretary and Com missioner and make a mere agency for grueral travel Mr Hawkins did not think well of this plan and threw himself in the breach to Btop the current that threat ened to sweep away the office or make it non effectual He sot to work and drafted a bill which provided for a re o...

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. — 25 August 1900

I - K 1 r h iKi -- 1 -v t 1 1 tM LPW t1 1 UPfl i iW U 1 i -3 H JN a m it H 4 m r it - M m rl 2- speeches and to open the meetiDg on the day that His Lordthfp the Bishop of JODdonsnd Dr Joseph Parker spoke AJ1 agree that the cause of Christianity has been furthered end strengthened by oui meeting here PAX ATE1CJLX flOKFEEEyCE Delegates from all parts of the world where the black races are represented assembled July 20 at the eall of Mr H S Williams the secretary of the African Association of liocdon The meetings were held in magnificent chambers of Westminister Hall near the Victoria Station Many distinguished delegates -were present from all parts of the -world Speaking of the meeting The ijondon News of July 24 bad the fol lowing to say A three days conference of members of the African races began yesterday mtfae Westminister Town Hall the object being to voice the opinions of black men throughout the world to unite ana organize them for the attain menc oi equality and freedom and ...

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. — 25 August 1900

COLORED AMERICANS DINE Good Speeches and a Pleasant Time at the National Pavilion From the Parla Edition New York Times An Informal dinner was held by the Ameilcan Negroes now in Paris at the United States National Pavilion last night The aflair was quite unique in that it produced a reunion and most cordial congeniality among oolored people more or less strangers to each other and meeting for the first time under the hospitahle roof of the United States Building in a foreign land bwt under the Stars and Stripes The following were present Hon George H JackBon U 8 CodruI to La Ro chelle France Thomas J Calloway in charge of the Negro exhibit at Paris Mies J Imogen Howard New York who Is here as the guest of the Even ing Telegram of New York Prof W lip 4 WW h 1 if i iifjji PROF T J CALLOWAY foL W MISS J IMOQENE HOWARD B B Du Bois Atlanta University Atlanta Ga Dr G W Oablniss M D Washington D 0 and Mrs Gab anise Mr A F Herndoo Atlanta Ga and MrsHerudon Mr Preston Sherley Kentucky and M...

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. — 25 August 1900

i i 5 H h 3 kM 1 V ISl I Address all orders to House No City r r r r t 0raMHk n Trade Mark d mr2 THE COLOTtED AEKTOAIT WA3HOTOTOT B 0 NH The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair I THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening all Kiriky 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 UOll lCUiCUJf KJll LL1XZ XXiai ACL UCtaUOC 11 IS LUG UC3U JLX1UC IplVU a UV AJKJll b 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 lustre and the hair stays a...

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. — 25 August 1900

The Last and Best f the Season St Lukes FE01iurclj Grand Fete Cliampetre AT LAKE VIEW PARK Friday Sept 7 1900 Country breakfast served at 8 oclock a m at 20 eta children 10 cts Dinner served at 4 p m 25 cts Hoffmans Orchestra and other attrac tions Park opened at 6 oclock a m First oar to the Park at 5 oclock a m Ample arrangements made with railroad authorities to return onr guests promptly to the city JSSTTake the Yellow Car traveling We3t marked Glen Eoho and stop at the District line General Admission to the Park Adults 25 Cts Children 15 Miss Harriet A Gllblbs Graduate of Oberlin Conservatory of Music and late of Boston TEACHER OF MUSIC VOICE CULTURE PIANO ORGAN HARMONY AND COUNTERPOINT STUDIO 14NST N W GREAT RACE BOOKS It is a fact that J T Haley g Co 346 Court Bquara Nashville Tenn are the most extensive Eace Book pttb Ushers in the United States They aie our friends and are giving empioy aient to hundreds of men and woho of the race They publish the Axtbo Amekican Encyclopae...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 August 1900

I T Tin svdi a to 1 js -I v 4 1NS M r 1 f H w fl 4fe ia SHw u m tf v gg A DELEGATE TO BOSTON Mr William Moseley Editor of The Re publican Leader Passed Through the City Enroute to Boston Mr William L Moseley editor of The Republican Leader an influential weekly newepaper in Atlanta Ga passed through the city this week en route to the Business Mens League called in that city by Prof Booker T Washington He goes as a delegate from Atlanta Mr Moseley is one of the progressive self made young men of the South He is a native of Georgia but has ppent a good many years in the MR WILLIAM L MOSELEY East paFticularly in New York While not having the advantage of a collegi ate education yet by perseverance and industry he has fitted himself to fill almost any position As the editor of The Leader he holds a high place in the esteem and confidence of the people of Georgia He speaks in a most hopeful strain of the outlook of the 8outh and says that it the race will pay more at tention to business ...

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. — 25 August 1900

- 0oCL f rArtfi d overture and the actors are giving the audienoe a delightfully entertaining curtain raiBer preliminary to the heavy drama Issues are cryatalizlng and plans are taking shape The oon teat will be an exciting one and the wiee guy who makes a specialty of picking winners is talking very little but sawing many cords of wood Both parties are preparing for a battle royal and are determined not to lose a single point in the game What of the Negro Is he to be a factoi The spirit of commercialism has become so general and the issues so bound up m eoonomic questions that the problem of human rights which brought the Negro conspicuously to the front seems to have been relegated So it is a matter of anxiety with the colored voter whether there will beany especial effort made to frame an argu ment that will show him why he should remain in lino Or will he be ex pected to rally to the omnibus oheer fov general prosperity and wider mar kets He is wondering whether the gold standar...

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. — 25 August 1900

iut IS hi i r r I iff rf ia 3 rB ii m it I i 1 r M l J II m 11 1 h J 58 M i a 1 m ft m m iiifii NSL 5KSS He Colored American PnbUEhed bv rHE Colored American Pub lishing Company J NATIONAL NE6B0 NETfSPAPEB Published every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Six moDths Three months INVAEIABLY IN ADVANCE 200 - 110 60 Subscriptions may De sent by postofflce money oraer express or uj s7 Z should All communications for publication be accompanied with the name of the writer not necessarily tor publication but as a guar antee of good faith We BOllclt news contributions opinions and In fact all matters affecting the race W e will not pay for matter however unless It Is ordered by us All matter Intended for publication must reach this office by Wednes dny of each week to insure insertion In the current issue S Agents are wanted everywnere Bena or instructions ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 52 per square lncn per inse...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 August 1900

Payne University Belma Alabama Courses College Normal Academic Flegler High School Marion South Coaraes Primary Intermediate Gram mar School Eighth District Shorter University North Little Rock Ark Departments Theological College Normal Indus trial Law Courses Classical Eng lish Dentistry Printing Campbell Stringer College Jaokson 3Hs3 Departments College Law Med icme Industrial Courses Normal Bible Musio Nursing Ninth District Turner Normal and Theological Institute Shelby villc Ten nessee Departments Theological Nor mal Intermediate Primary Wayman Institute Harrodsburg Kentuoky bourses College Prepara tnry English Theological Normal Music Domestic Economy Delhi InBtitule Dlhi La Courses Normal Academic Musio Agriculture Tenth District Paul Quinn College Waco Texas Department College Pcientiflc Normal Grammar Indus trial Primary Courses Classical Civ il Engineering Printing Carpentry Agriculture Music Bewing Cooking Blue Creek and Muscogee High Schools I T Courses Academic Normal G...

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. — 25 August 1900

fHS ifi U ra ti x i nil Jl A liflffi i i m -1 i mi WH M sa m i 56- 1 to r u r i Hi 10 SUBDUING A WILD HORSE Hamlin Garlands Fine Description cf a Thrilling Incident of the Plains Toe main reason why Hamlin Gar lands account of plain and praire life of men and things in the far West are accepted as authentic is that he has been through it all In The Eagles Heart which is now appearing in The Saturday Evening Post he gives the following account of how a horse was subdued Moee refused to allow hig shinine prond necked stallion to be roped aDd thrown and asked the boys to help drive him into a strong corral togeth er with five or six other horaea This was doDe and stripping himself as for race Mose entered the oorral and be gan walking rapidly tound and round following the excited animate Hour after hour he kept this steady circling walb till the other horses were weary till Kmtnck oeased to snort till the blaze of excitement passed out of his eyes till he walked with a wondering backwa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 August 1900

fill Z I 111 JfjSlt rcM 1 SHREDS EPHAPH TO DOUGLASS By LeRoy Ferguson pause stranger this is sacred sod Here Heth Douglass sleep In God porn as ft slave he lived to see Himself revered his people free Recfeon his Hie measure his fame Br the great deptn from whence he oame Aststesman both In word and deed He saw fl way maie Itsuceed In honor bred and loving truth The guide for meu a light to youth Be gave his voice steadied the pen And Freedom knew his brethren Virtuous throueh life noble his death He won esteem ere his ast breath pew men as he have lived and left A race in tears people bereft What glories that he won through care His brethren claim the right 1o share And all with one accord unite in joyful praise for Douglass might His voice tho hushed still lispeth yet In honest hearts that neer lorget Think not this stone his powers tell They live in men Farewell farewell St Augustine College Ilaleigh N C Frank Gadsen is the proprietor of one of the best stoobed dry goods stores i...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 August 1900

a h S - fc CHARLOTTESVILLE NEWS r Charlottesville Va Special After a months resuscitation in tbe mountains of West Virginia we find ourselves once more in the Green Fields of Virginia what remains green after so hot a snmmer No doubt your readers have wondered if the hot weather bad also dried up Monticello but we wish to state that we are still in the land of the liying and will be heard from when ever convenient Mrs Wm Scott of Missouri traveling representative of the American Baptist Home Mission Society delivered two admirable ad dresses at the First Baptist church Rev R U Quarles pastor Sunday at 330 and 8 p m oclock At330 ooloctr her subject was Personal Responsibility to God and at 8 oclock hei subject was Dangers Ahead Regardless of the oppressive heat she held her aud ience from the time she began nntil the elose She is indeed one of the most gifted and polished female orators m the country One of the most enjoy able musical entertainments of the sea Bon was given at the Fi...

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. — 25 August 1900

leatai Ting EveuiL Carter OCEAN CITY LETTER ffu sttec cow f tee a lite i ffS Ip 1st frrr IsnR Br fSID Cnon lin met mncj Iber Bare 1 1 iT tain mmn Tine Atlantt tondm l ie reward paid those who he superb carnival given by d Hamlins big vaudeville u tlio Atlantic CaPino Thurs iuer ie a just recognition of qt colored talent t long the itrical advancement is fast a sfrjfre of high proficiency I i liaer entertainment baB nor x ac in years The program ir to finish was a coraplate me f laughter and foolih humor aranee of Sir Julius Matoca Hip well known tragedian of re nceived uninterrupted ap Mil Hattie Robinson m her -ketch The Chinee and the f iitid no equal Madam hngtons favorite elocutioniat h varm approval reciting with i e Mrs Mary Covington in c The Waimest Baby in the brought down the entire house Hy Pride late of theNation n in his old usual way enter ihe sudience for fully twenty s and had no difficulty in con some that minstrels have some i that are elevating Madam the popular e...

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. — 25 August 1900

If m I t -- -3 rm -is J s 1 iU m WflV m UrA IN TARHEELDOM A Vetertn Comp Writes at Long Raage Current Topics Pertinently Discussed Kaleigh N O Special I notice the reader of Mr Justus J Evsub the autfcor of a boob which eelJB for 25 cents and which -will employ 100 COO one hundred thousand men and women the book or men be ia not clear which to raise one hundred million dollais for the race and make the indi vidual purchaser at once -wealthy Mr Evans is too modest in bis claims and bytheway -who the dickens 1b JustuB J Evane There is more than passing tribute in the complimentary mention of Prof R H Terrells recent address on The Colored Soldiers in the Wars of Amer lea Prof Terrell develops the fact that the Negro can and does hold the ear of the educated public on any sub ject within the scope of discussion It has been my pleasure to hear Prof Ter rell on two different occasions and his earnestness at once suggests the inten sity of the deep regard and conPidera tion he has for his...

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. — 25 August 1900

EDUCATIONAL HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C distinct departments under one hundred competent professors and instructors Theo logical Medical Legal College Pedagogical Preparatory English Agriculture Industrial and Musical Korinformation address 3 Rer J E Rankin D D XX D President Geo H Safford Secretary X H E Georgia State Industrial College Open to Both Sexes The lull term beginning Oetober Srd 19C0 the ueorjjia Stale Industrial College will receive both young men and youLg wo men an boarders The entire cxpenteb lor board washing luel and lights will be 01 ly 8510 per month The location and suiroundings are healthful and elevating Ant class opportunity lor -young men and women to obtain a good literary and Industrial education ThetradesofBlbck smltlilng Wheelwrlfc tiling Caipeniry Painting Bricklaying and SboemtklDg will be mught the boys and the arts ot Bewlng ana Cooking will be taught tie girls Boarding stfuce Is limited ana those who wlJh to come must apply early Retoectlully ...

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. — 25 August 1900

M 7SA - -S - I kiiJ I- III a ti mmMm t fc W - EI l Ji 1I m My 1 if m f i a i ri - i Uz Mi v 3 fcl M -a agaffiSi BEWARNED ence excited ixnanoua jjaiiewJBljBiaaiytJ Sffi OTLOJEEB IMEETOAlf tfA35BflGfflW ft By7 honest is to day methods and N fair deaEns together with the fact that OZONO the only iaiaaaoi nine Hair Grower and Hair Straightener in exist- and possesainz the confidence of the coloreQ race we hare met with grand anccess which has the cupidity of the unprincipled who to get v j our money are putting on the market vile nostrums to the hair and skin and daneerona to health and life Be warned dont send Your money to eet onl in return mai of lard and tallow and animal fats that injure your hair and cau3e it to fall out destroy its growth and cause yon to become bald J DtaJj with a legitimate firm who will treat you fairly and give you value for your money We do solemnly swear that our remedies aro trw to 3 all we claim for them that they do not contain any animal Sat or injuriou...

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. — 1 September 1900

Bsm35CEgBKJgggiggatB 3iS3toiKCOtixE22s3HHK g rvfc B a tT w 7 m v Tff VS X kW TdftViOTV ve raci MJ 3 r with the fact that C7fftic Hair btraightener m exist th grand success which fciiV k ix - till i nr msjrif Mr tti - - ney to cet onlv in return am2 d cause yon to become baldDeaji rear that onr remedies ara trnto uc iuncj lor every case oldlsat4 N0 and thecutaifihownlnlJ prosecuted unous hot ironsTnreTnetSssiarjws becomes strright and washiott3 running nunjihatinffjsSialp pOc a box 4 boxes doea thwsiS rve will send vou imrneriatfxfi mt bum ungntens up oiack 1 batches Tan Liver We will s ana odora arising1 urnaiQ nrA ons i uvw wvs w uuu J f One Dollar to tters U te m f slTlnAvo a ti i - u a j o x x r m x8Sks5 -1 on of the Wbole Year il luers 2st rices t twelve iu sween I Furcii Wthiui 1 regard Credit W low llcomi to e arrange the payments to suit your Mattings laid free 3S3kjxsj3xsi I y U MAMMOTH fa B O CREDIT HOUSE Seventh Street N W and I Streets S3 V ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED TO SELL St...

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. — 1 September 1900
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. — 1 September 1900

iiP ttSPi bi m M wliifst 1 fMA I 1 m -1 ill i M -5 1T J k 1 i rrfl f r La c f t li - i i 1 4 ia4 1M 1H 1 k1 tm s i THE COLORED AMERICAIT WASHDTOTOH D 0 The Impending Campaign By John E Bruce We inust have the triumph of the white mans ticket we would be more than pleased to eeo the colored men Join our ranks and should they do eo we agree to giro them all the rightB guaranteed them by the constitution We do not however promise them anything impossible We do not pro pose for them to dictate to us bat if they are willing to aid ns in securing a good government we shall be glad to receive thetn In Copiah County how ever we the whites are in the majori ty and we must carry our points You do not deserve to be called a white man unless you vote a white mans ticket Copiah Mies Signal Demo eat July 8 1888 The Ben Tillman fiat of 1900 doeBnot oiler as liberal terms to the Negro as thai of the Mississippi democrats of 1883 The democrats of the South have since taken away the constitutional gu...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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