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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 September 1900

J - - - APPEALS TO MR HANNA The Colored Republicans of Louisiana Protests Against The Warmouth Policy Jand Withdraw Their Indorsement Hon Marcus A Hanna Chairman National Repnlican Committee Chica go 111 Dear8ir Theconditooof the repuplican party in Louisiana ia bo changed since I advised my colored republican friends from Donaldson ville La on the 10th day of Juoe 1900 to petition yon and the members of the lata National Republican Tom mittee bagging your honorable body to give reoegnition to the dslegation headed by the He H Clay Warmoth As representing the only true able and effective and aggressive republican or ganization in the state of Louisiana we told yon that you wold be told by the Wimberly people that the people represented by the Warmoth delegation are drawing the color line in the party This we said was a subterfuge tend ed to mislead the National organiza tion We further stated that it did not deceive the honest Negro republicans of Louisiana and we ielt sure that it ...

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. — 8 September 1900

KV I a H Hi 8 3lje Kolored mericaii Published bv rHECoLORED American Pub lishing Company A NATIONAL NEGRO NETYSPAPEB Published every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington I C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Blx months Three months 200 - 110 60 INYABIABLY EN ADVANCE Subscriptions may De sent by posloffice money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not aecessarlly for publication but as a guar ante e of good faith We solicit news contributions opinions and in fact all matters affecting the race W e will not pay for matter bowever unless It is ordered by us All matter Intended for publication must reach this office by Wednes day of each week to Insure Insertion in the current issue t3 Agents are wanted everywnere Send or instructions ADVERTISING RATES Beading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 2 per square men per Inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Entered at the Post office as secon...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 September 1900

NEGROES IN C0DNC1L Continued from first page Freedmens S iciety and Social Eduea tienal Society He said he believed the colored race had reached the most critr cal point in its historv It had come to an era of untried responsibilities when calm and deliberate judgment would be necessary to a full apprecia tion of the race Bishop Alexander Walters discussed boldly and intelligently the varioup questions of direct interest to the col ored race It is evident to the thoughtful among as he said that we are pass in through one of our most Gritical periods of existence in this country Tho race is now tacing the question of its complete civil and political rights and from the struggle it dares not re treat People are prejudiced andsensi tive on the Negro question and while there is nothing to be done but to stand for principle it should be done in a manly courteous spirit and not in a spirit of strife ilSF5 GOL W A PLEDGEK The colored race pleaded for itBCon stitutional rights because it be...

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. — 8 September 1900

m 10 Wanted to Know- why it is that true love never runs smooth Why colored men in business do not advertise Why it is that the fool killer does not visit Washington What the average department oleik does with his money Why it is that some small people imagine themselves great Why you dont depeBtt your money in the Capital Savings Bank Why some colored men in business will not pay their honest debts Why it is that the man whom you favor becomes your bitterest enemy Why it is that the poorast talker in slsts on doing all the talk In the group Why it Is that the average colored barber shop is regarded by woman as a plaoe for gossip How much money the local peda gogue will have to begin business frith when school begins Why h it thai so many colored or ganlzationa as well as individuals keep their money in white banks Why does the head of a family get angry when a subscription bill for a newspaper is presented to him Why is it that the colored men in the Pullman service never get any h...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 September 1900

FROM FOREIGN SHORES Consul Gibbs Writes From Madagascar The Supremacy ot the French Col ored Men Holding High Official Posi tion and Eligible to AH Places of Trust and Honor A Dark Picture From Home Tamative Madagascar Aug 5 1900 Dear Friend Cooper I have your fa vor June 14th la9t in which you say you would like to have a Hue from me that you may let the frieods over here know what you are doing Well here it is line upon line if not precept etc I am still doing business at the same old stand and doubt if I have any thing to say regarding this far away post that would particularly interest your readers engrossed as I perceive they are in domestic phases and in the alignment of our recent acquisitions Regarding the physical development or moral progress of Madagascar as you know it is now a French province with a Governor General and staff all appolnteea from France The Gov ernment is doing considerable to open up the oountry by moans of telegraphs railroads turnpikes and canals At P...

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. — 8 September 1900

k PV EU 1 ft it tya 5 i Hi f i f it i Pi 4 ir R i 12 BISHOP WALTERS SPEAKS He His Never at Any Time Urged a Division of the Negro Vote Bishop Alexander Walters Is confes sedly one of the ablest best known ad most popular Negro divines in this country He baa recently been hon ored by an election to the Presidency for a term of two years of the Pan African Society which assembled in London a few days ago and to honor ary membership in the Reform Club of London England He is one of the directors of tha great Christian Endea vor Association of the United States and was chosen a delegate to represent that body in the recent convention held In England The Bishop has always been a republican and he has alwayB had the courage of his oonvlc tions Sometime ago he criticised the attitude of the administration toward his race and did it in a straightforward way Since then the attitude of the administration toward the Negro has changed in his favor and the Bishop is ttill a republican The speech...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 September 1900

king Rastus at The Bijou Bilj Kereande the King Pin of the con red Minstrelsy will be at theBijou xt vveck in Ishsms xfew Operatic Comedy King Rastus the funniest faiee ever written With such come- Pans a Kereaude Smart and Williams Rialiorj linsand Brooks Tom Brown - a unaiey and a big chorus of sum paiSlljP excellenrp Thn rmalitv nt the refonuaiee can be imagined Fun scs Numerous specialties BQ all of rho Intact mnin ann tr lances and cake walks are introduced u II VOIl arA innlrlnnr fnt fhmo Vi nra nf olid enjoyment it can be found at the Bijou next week m nirviiTWT HON GEO H WHITE The Lone Afro American of the Present Congress who hss Declined to Make Another Race and Will Settle in New York or Some Eastern State Orange Blossoms Mr Charles E Hall of Illinois and JIiHs Lena D Waters of the same State werp married Wednesday at 12C0p m at tlie home of Kev J Albert Johnson pastor of Metropolitan A M E church Mi- Waters arrived in the city on the 11 tiain was met at the depot by Mr H...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 September 1900

SZJ il hi ft I l rl LM i tf u A MANLY ADDRESS The National Atro American Council Is sues a Pronunciamento Defining the Status and Duty of the AfnrAmencan The Civil Rights of the Black Man Sensible acd Timely Advice Members of the National Afro American Council- Your committee to whom was le terred the work of preparing the address to the country as an expression of the opinion of the National Atro American Council begs loave to report the following for your consid eration In every democracy the ballot is re garded as the chief safeguard of the rights and immunities of the citizen In every democracy reasonable restric tions upon the exercise of the elective franchise have been imposed npon the electorate in the best interest of the State but in all such democraeies such restrictions have been imposed without invidious distinction upon all the members of the citizenship 4HKJW kimrrmm w xw MW W V J HOJS JUudON W LYONS It Is universally regarded as a fact incontestible not only in this ...

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. — 8 September 1900

HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C distinct departments under one hundred comix tent professors and instructors Theo logical Medical Legal College Pedagogical Preparatory English Agriculture Industrial and Musical Forinformation address j Rev J E Rankin D D LL D President Ceo H Safford Secretary THE i i Georgia State Industrial College Open to Both Sexes Tlie fait term beginning Oetober 3rd 1900 the Georgia Slate Industrial College will receive both young men and youLg wo men as boarders The entire expenses lor board wash lug luel and lights will be 01 ly 510 per month The location and suiroundings are healthful and elevating A nrtt clasn opportunity lor voung men and women to obtain a good literary and Industrial education The trades of Black ninlthlng Wheelwrlghting Carpentry Painting Bricklaying and Sboemklng will be taught the boys and the arts of Sewing and Cooking will be taught tie girls Boarding space is limited ana those who wlJh to come must apply early Respectlully R K Wkig...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 September 1900

Hi m t 13 i iff I iJlrJI WE k Sity Paragraphs There is a letter thia office for Lieu tenant Thomas H Claik Mr R A Cuney of the Q P O was a visitor to onr office this week Miss Maggie Glaggett is home from a two weeks visit in New York city Mrs H Y Arnett has retarned after a two months vacation at her home Mrs Lieut K E Toomey has re turned from her home in Tennessee Mr James C Waters Jr is spend ing the summer at Atlantic City N J Dr and Mrs Curtis have returned to the city from their at Arundel on the bay Miss Virginia Robinson of 102 L St n w has been ill but is able ho be out again Miss Lucy Robinson is eoing to Bal timore Monday to spend a few days of her vacation Mrs Effie Henderson of 84 lith st southeasr has been very ill but is slow ly improving at this writing Mr D F Seville who has bBen con nected with the Post Office Department fox years has resigned his position Miss Mary E Harvey has relumed from Virginia wbere she spent aboufc two weeks She had a very pleasant trip Mi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

VOL 8 NO 24 NEGRO BOYS JUNIOR REPUBLIC Within the Hart Farm School A Most Valuable Institution of Washington D C Founded by Prof Hart ot Howard University Teaches the Science ot Farm ing aHd the Art ot Government Correspordence of The Republican Washington D J Friday August 24 mere hasjubt been s aued near tlna cily a unique institution a JuuiorKe dudIic iur coloied boyb between the ages of 0 and 10 years This republic 18 niodeleu to a certain extent on the lines oi the Henry Ueoige Junior Ktpuolic at Freevilib H Y but the constitu tion has been Iramed with tne view of meeting the conuiuons of those ooys lor wnose benefit ihe republic is spec ially intended The republic is the out growth of me Hart farm BChool whicn in a very short time nas become a great institution and is doing fine woik for me using generation oi colored boys of the national capital The constitution of the new republic guarantees to eaeh one oi its citizens lull t quality with all others bucn aD to vote a tvtry e...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

R LsK X1 -U s 5 mi Ml tt if R a tfi THE COLORED AMERICAN WASSrSTGTOK X 0 3e3xSx8SK Tammany and the Negro By John E Bruce 02338kSSS338x A prosperous iniquity says Jeremy Taylor ib the most unprofitable con dition in the world The South has put a premium upon political iniquity and while to outward sppearance is prosperous it ia the most unprofitable investment it has ever made Political intolerance is the curse of the South and wherever it exists North or South capital and enterprise tear to enter The first object of human society said W H Seward is safety and Al exander Hamilton declared that Jus tloe is the end of government It is the end of ciyil society BecauEe of the political intolerance of the white South Northern capital has kept out of it Because of the lawless tendency of its people Northern immigiation has not driftedjhat way In great numbers Benjamin R Tillman of South Caro lina one of the political friends and advisers of William Jennings Bryan and hence a democrat of na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

THE TWENTIETH MILE Six Hundred Delegates Representing Twenty-Six States And The District of Col umbia Meet in Richmond The Great Record of The True Reformers Grand Master Taylors Masterly Speech Notes Richmond Va Special- The Twen tieth Annual session of the Grand Fountain United Order of True Reform era was held here last week at True Reformers Hall The large auditori um was artistically decorated The national colors bunting potted plants palms and other evergreens being so beautifully arrayed and blended as to give a most picturesque appearance to the hall The recent improvements to the building in which three large win dows have been opened on the north REV WILLIAM L TAYLOR President the True iiefoimers Bank side make the hall quite pleasant de spite the large attendance at each ses sion The stage was arranged with an eye to beauty on either side of which were life portraits of the late Rev William W Browne and President Rev W L Taylor Portraits of differ ent members of the Board...

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. — 15 September 1900

i - -An Li 31 r l j I - fi 31 It - fc I f jj t Ji Mm its IP rag i1 I tili 3 - 3 L - I 8 Sj 1 TffF rOTcmftf AMITCTOAtf tTAmOTGTOff 0 NOW READY FOR BUSINESS Odd Fellows Hall No i6c6 M Street N W 2 Cafe Open From 7 a m to 11 p m Meals a la Carte Regular Breakfast from 7 to zo a m Dinner from 4 to 7 p m Sunday Dinner from 2 to 4 p m Ice Cream and Ices Constantly on Hand Flavors for Sunday Vanilla Peach Strawberry Chocolate Lemon Ice at Fine Catering a Specialty Soliciting the patronage of cur friends and the public generally we are very retsyeuuuw GRAY 13RC FKOPFIETORS 4S NA 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 HAETONA 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 Scaln DispaspR Rsmnmho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

AT OLD MONTICELLO The Busy Afro Americans at the Thriving B rh or Yirginia Notes and Reflec tions of the Social Mlrror Cha lottesville Va Special A few Weeks ago mainly through the efforts of Mr Alice Bcott one of the leading dre makers of the city a sewing school was organized It has now enrollment of 105 rea -bed an pupils The use of the rooms in the Jefferson publi school building has been granted and great intere3b is manifested among teachers and pupils The school is under the management of the follow lug very efficient officers and teaehers whose services are rendered free of charge all of whom are experienced In neeule work some of whom are gradu atesof llartshorn College Hampton Institute and other schools of note Mrs Alioe Scott president Mrs Alice Minor vice president MIsb Lottie D Lewis secretary Miss Cora P Brown assistant secretary Mra A F Angel treasurer Teachers Mesdames Ellen Irving Nannie Wayland Mary O Kelser John Coles P Y Wyatt Liz zie Williams Misses Annie Bryan...

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. — 15 September 1900

T n v cN 1 H rlK - rl SU - n1 fill ft i 5 P4 1 II 1 - ilf ra82 iV 5k iiJtl 2 f 4 f ni l illllllP I J DIONYSllS nr lW The selection of Mr Charles W An derson as committeeman at large by the state committee of New York will give very general satisfaction to the rank and file of the colored voters of the Empire State Mr Anderson is eminently qualified for the duties of this position and we are sure that under his direction the interests of the Negroes of the state will not sutler The unanimity with which the white republicans of New York got together at Saratoga during the recent conven tion there to nominate a governor aDd state officers ia an object lesaon to col ored men in ihe party in the state who have a weakness for cut throat politics and whose inordinate ambition and transparent incompetency as leaders are the true reasons why the New York Negro makes no substantial pro gress in state politics added to these is jaalousy and the New York Negro is not altogether alone there are ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

OUTRAGES IN TEXAS The Work of Carnage and Goes on A REMARKABLE MAN Extermination Calvert Texas Special A war of ex termination of the colored citizens seems to be in progress in Grimes county near Navasota Texas Colored refugees from that county report blood curdling murders of men and women iu thatcounty during the last few weeks A lady refugee says that there seems to be a secret organization engaged at the bloody work with the secret ap proval of the cons titu ted authorities of that county who repress the publi cation of such crimes altogether or see that the truth is not told This reminds us of some such mur ders we have known to have occurred in this and adjoining counties which so far as we have been able to And out have never been seen in public print although in some oases a mock trial has been gone through to reassure the murderers that no white man can ever be legally punished in Texas for crimes committed against the peace and dignity of the state in cases wherein only N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

i ltftf trftj 1 I SH gr 4 J BH felJ m j IH3 I 8 glje Colored inericaij Pnbliened bv rHE Combed American Pub lishing Company A RATIOS AL NEGRO NETYSPAPEB Published every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION BATES One year Six months Three months INVABIAJBLY IN ADVANCE 200 110 60 Subscriptions may oe sent Dy postoffice moDey order express or by reglstpred letter AH communication for publication should be accompanied wlta the name of the writer not necessarily tor publication but as a guar ante e of good faitn We solicit news contributions opinion and In ract all matters affecting the race W e will not pav for matter however unless It Is ordered by us All matter Intended for publication must reach this office by Wednes day of each week to insure insertion In the current Issue tt Agents are wanted everywnere Send or instructions ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 52 per square incn per Inser tion Discounts made on large contracts E...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

Negro Boys Junior Republic rCootinned from first page he bas now been professor some ten vers or more He is an enthusiast in his devotion to nls alma mater to whse ill he xa always ready to ro spnd It was in his study of the sub let if tbe university extension that his present project began to take shape He aw hundreds of colored boys g r0 w years of aje Jn the streets of Va9lnugton They were idle unem ployed likely to become criminals vua could Howard University do for th m The trustees saw no way in uUeh they iould reach the difficulty jleautime Mr Hart whoseanxiety was urgeof laid he subject before the board of childrens guardians especially be fore the superintendent of charities of the Di trict of Columbia offering his farm and his se vices to them as they had been offered to the university Here he was successful Mr Harts farm is down on the Marlsnd shore of the Potomac pome 1- miles below Washington City Side by side with this farm is one n vnel by William VI Evarts to whom Mr...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

fil n a 1 sf 1 pit ffl 1 j Jra Sfc XT 10 BI3HOP ALEXANDER WALTERS A tribute to Bishop A Walters inspired by the reading of his addres0 delivered be lore tbe National Afro American Council held at Indianapolis Ind Aug 2S 311909 THE TROJAN From the home from the heart of this nation What echo ol great joy will now resound From within comes the Black mans salva tion And a leader who is worthy has been found A true leader a great hero a giant A Kentucklan by birth a true man He will challenge our cause In this land Not rocked in a cradle cf splendor Through infancy early maDhood or youth But a stranger to fretdom a defender A lover of righteousness and truth Now exalted In the name ot just heaven Over a church oer a nation man Thai the rights of ireemen might be given For these thegallatt Walters will stand Having the ear the hean of a nation In America across the dark sea To the Council he bears Information Agitation is expected of thee Bhall we stand as the slave at the galley Submiss...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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