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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

THE COLORED AMRICAtf WASHINGTON D 0 The Voice of tie Colored Press Our fathers brought forth upon this jntiuent a new nation conceived In liberty and dedicated to the proposition that ill men are created equal A Lin coln W A Pledger ha accepted the re quest of the Republican National Com mittee tospeak five weeks in the West and ICet He is good wherever you send him or put him to doing Prof Booker T Washington is the cynosure of all eyes these days Foreign nations will hereafter pay homage to this rrilliant Negro genius His many good deeds will live long after he has passed away The Independent Texas The other fallows were evidontly in a hurry to end out the report that The National Negro Pres Association re fused to endorse the McKinley ad ministration Five fixtha of the editors present signed a pretty warm set of reoutlona The Association is as it should be non partisan organization The Plaindealer It has always been a puzzle to us to know how people could have the cheek to send 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. — 15 September 1900

M1 H 1 - Vf 1 H f K i fill 5SS V ftk ftj n LV iWMimw 12 DIHAH KPEADIRG DOUGH I have seen full many a sight Born of day or drawn by night Sunlight on a silver stream Goiaen lilies all a dream Lofty moontalnsi bold and proud Veiled beneath the lacelike cloud Bat oo lovely eight I know Equals Dinah kneading dough Brown arms burled elbow deep Their domestic rhythm keep As with steady sweep they go Through the gently yielding dough Maid may vaunt their finer charms Naught to me like Dinahs arms Olrjs may draw or paint or sew 1 love Dinah kneading dough Fyes of jet and teeth of pearl Hair some say too tight a- curl But the dainty maid X deem Vesy near perfection dream Swllt she works and only lllngg Me a glance the least of things Audi wonder does she know That my heart Is In the dough PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR THE NEGROS CASE IN EQUITY A North Carolinian Wants a Square Deal A Literary Revival - Notes Raleigh N G Special The Baptist Bantmsl in its issue of August 30th publishes an interesting ...

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. — 15 September 1900

IT IS SAID That the hob weather is doing over time- That tho concert and entertainment ffipon is on That Kinc KastuB made a decided bit at the Bij ju Theatre thiB week That a number of recent appointees u the Census Office will be dropped That Dr w A Warfield will not Malt Atlantic City any more this sea son That Col Bill Murrell is not throw ing any bouquet at Editor Chase these days That B 1j Thornton is still dreaming of being editor cf a great race newspa per That L W Pullies has been re in stated to his old position in the Pension office J hat Detective Henry Lacey is add iug new laurels to his already brilliant record That the theatres of Washington are not catering for colored patronage this neasen That Marylatd Indiana Illinois and Kentucky are still in the list of doubt ful States That Prof John T Layton will be the next Director of- Music for the col ored schools That Major Sylvester Chief of Police is giving a square deal to his colored subordinates That merit will win ev...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 September 1900

i i fj 4al m 4 4 t ts H il a TV sv s c a tH lfel SKX i 33 I rrf tli SW rl St as -3 yr sJ J m S KJ i iV 1 sii3L 14 The above prrtrait is a fine counter feit presentiment of Porter S Simpson editor and proprietor of The Colored Dispatch published at Colorado Springs Colorado He was born at Tuscumbia Ala December 13 1864 where he re sided until he was sixteen years of age when he went to Memphis Tenn and secured employment as a waiter at the Peabody hotel where heremained about seven years Then he and his brother conducted the first colored- confection aryand ice cream parlor in Memphis at 113 Beale street c After running this enterprise about two yeais Mr Simp son sold out his interest started a grocery store on Brunswick avenue which he he conducted until 02 when the lynching occurred During the exodus he came to Colorado Springs in company with forty seven young men and secured employment at the Antlers hotel Several of the waiters started a newspaper which made its debut No vember ...

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

HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C distinct departments under one hundred TFV ompetent professors and instructors Theo logy Medical Legil College Pedagogical Vrff i ttorv English Agriculture Industrial and Ius lorinforraation address j Kcv J E Rankin D D LI D President Geo H Safford Secretary THE Georgia State Industrial College Open to Both Sexes 1 lie tail term beginning Oetober 3rd 1900 me ueorgia State Industrial College will m elvo botli young men and youi g tvo nicn ab boarders The entire expenses lor boaid washing luel and lights will be O ly 35 L0 per month The locatltn and Miiroundings are healthful and elevating A lint class opportunity lor voung men and woncn to obtain a good literary and industrial education The tradesof Black Miiitning Wheelwriehtlng Carpentry Painting Bricklaying and Sboemsklig will be taught the boyB and the arts ol Sewing ana Cooking w ill be taught tl e girls Boarding space is limited and those who wljh to come must apply early Kespectlully R K Wkight...

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. — 15 September 1900

r i nwifi Ht Hi 1- m a is hi K4t 3S zato i M 3 4N n rrr i4 feH3 H rii gWSf Itfc i4 I- ft- f irisi H Jl kf 4i x I- sa N xG rati LiiSe wyf ex SiTt TEE COLORED OfOTKMT AgHmGrTOa1 B 0 BE WARNED mIL M ice and possessing the confidence of a the 2 colored ySS SW guSi i l UlftaSI V4n rOvYJViE MVBraBiPI apuytfl 5s fair dealings together with the fact that 0Z0N0 nine Hair Grower and Hair Straiebtener in exist race we have met with grand success which bai excited the cupidity of the unprincipled wbo to get -- your money are putting on the market vile nostrums j j it L I 1 1 J iil 111- J ISA TJ J I - i l i rs jfi MS injurious to xnc nair ana sum ana dangerous laiociuia ttuuuic jjc wurucu uon t hciiu jour money to get onij 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 you to become bald Deal with a legitimate firm who will treat you fairly and give yofl value for your money We do solemnly swear that our remedies ar...

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. — 22 September 1900

VOL 8 NO 25 AMERICAS BAUER CLAIM Rev Stirling N Brown Discusses Our Public fchiols and Illustrates the Many and Manifold Lessons They Teah Duties of the Cilizen The Teacher and Parent Defined To morrow is opening day for our public schools m Washington Take your aland at any street crossing and see that vast aimy of light hearttd and happy faced children wending their way to the Echoolhouse Eee them ccme frcm Btreet and alley from castle and hovel yea from homes of tilluence and frcm places of ar ject poverty Note their cordial greeting and mutual sym pathy as they together take up life preparation snd the glory of America public school system is at once sugget ed and emphasized Tho heritage of this generation is meet iemaikable and especially so of American youth The evident progress in art science commerce and materi al resources is unquestioned The na tion exults over what she calls her priceless perioral libeity her exalted Eocial prerogatives her unrestricted religious freedom ...

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. — 22 September 1900

TU tm ni 1 PdH m sai 1 -a -1 sk sTk 1 tyih H J 1 -1 M fc rfe Ks t I Jfflgk n r rfff cftJ LW vftM 7hE Political Horoscope When McKinlsy was In St Paul Minn during the eampaign of 1892 be spoke at the auditorium There were many pr tnlnent Afro Americans on the Bts which he noted After the meeting sort of reception was held at the reeic nce of a leading citizen and several hundred white men were pres ent but no Afro Americans When the bulk of the crowd had gone a select few gathered around the dining table and feed a general good time Suddenly Mc Kinley turned to his host and said At the meeting tonight I noticed a num ber of bright Intelligent Afro-Americans both on the stage and in the aud ience why la it I do not see them here The host and others offered Borne sort of fllmBy excuse but as a matter of fact they were not invited This story which is told by a gentleman who was present Bhows that McKioley believed that the Afro Americans who were prominent enough in politics to be given...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

THE BOYS OBJECT Hon John P Green Opposes Campaign Literature Furnished by Southern Office holders It has j ast leafeed out that the charge that the Kepublican state committee i3 recogniziDg tho colored office holders ef the siuth to the exclusion of colored meD of this Etate resulting in almost a rupture between the committee and Hon John P ireen the other day It appears that thecommittie had decid ed to have printed and circulated liter ature wiitten by John R Lynch of Mississippi although Mr George A Myers and Mr Qresn had prepared matter without charge to be used as campaign literature and General Dick had given a pjomise to use it J Ifii L - HON JOIIN PGREAN It is said that when Mr Green learn ed of the purpose of the committee to use the literature fumishfd by men of the south for circulation in Ohio he talked out in meeting and used some pretty strong and forcible language It is said that he told the committee that tho colored voters of the north were sick and tired of giving ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

3 1 M J t r Hf n r i n rwj ttft 4 m ji IS f ii i rf 3 ft I ii fctf f J 3f a i5s i TiM J I 11 y Pfi 1 i i J4 r lT A i H as it j Li 4 HART0NA The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening1 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 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 nat...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

AMERICAS BRRER CLAIM Continued from first page telligence of Ita citizens hence Solo mons words Understanding Bhall Keep thee to defend thee from the way of the evil man Prov 211 12 may be appropriately used for this service as a text The nations ideal of general educa tion for all her oitizens is the only wise coarse and aafeguard She ean have no other purpose without being false to her highest self and interests He who would have an educated class of nobil ity and an ignorant class of hewers of wood and drawers ot waters la an e emr and not a friend The public Bchool system of America stands for certain fundamental principles in our American civilization that can not easi ly be ignored The humblest boy if he but have a pure purpose a clear head and a determined will may find through the school the highest place of trust and honor in the gift of the people SOME SCHOOL STATISTICS It is estimated that there are about 21 500000 children In the United States between the ageB of five an...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

H W M il I l ti m ml SSkl d 141 h t S PI rU IS 4 J t J 1 V M i i IfJM M4 5L21J 6 THE WESTERN MECCA Afro -Americans From Everywhere Fleck to the White City Some Notable So cial Events Voung Bruces Eloquent Address News Notes Chicaeo III 8pecial After an unu sually brilliant season eoelety has set tied back into its usual habits and is taking a rest before entering upon the field of winter fe nvities The ra Bummer has been a memorable ot e Our oity has been the paradise for vis itors aud our people have enieitained royally aud lavishly Scores of the best people of the country have whiled away the heated season in this windy ROSCOE CONKLING BRUCE town attracted hither by the G A R encampment Bud the wonderful reports of the many things to be seen in this great metropolis of the west Among the most notable entertain ments given in houor of the visitors and every thiDg has been for the vJs itors were the trolley party of Prof and Mrs William EmanueJ thetailj ho ride givea by Miss Margare...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHmGTON D 0 EEV J E RANKIN D D President of Howard University Washington D G Good Work Reviewed President J B Rankin of the How ard University has submitted to the Secretary of the Interior a report on the workings of that institution for the past year At the end of the last term the enrollment was 693 students in addition to which the university main tains a training Bchool for nurses with 32 men pupils The trustees urge with much emphasis the necessity for estab lishing a chair of agriculture m con nection with the college Out of the re ceipts of the college 4288014 -the treasurer now holds a balance of 88507 Howard University has done a good work Her graduates stands to day as living witnesses to the fact that higher education does not unfit the coloied man lor citizenship Its a rare thing to see or hear of a graduate of Howard being a mendicant or a corner lounger There is something after all in the way men are trained and the kind of Inspiration a student...

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. — 22 September 1900

HI BJ is ij m PvJ4 t r H if 1 it L4si Mi MS S2 i 8 5fe Colored America PubUehed bv rHK Colored Aheiucan Pub lishing Company A ATIOSAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER Pub JBhed every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C 6UBS0RIFH0N RATES One year Six months Three months 200 - 110 60 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may De sent Dy postoffice money order exprePB or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not necessarily lor publication but as a guar ante e of good faith We solicit news contributions opinions and in Tact all matters affecting the race V e will not pay Tor 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 S Agents are wanted everywnere 8end or iistructlons ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 2 per square Incn per inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Ent...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

THE COLORED AMERICAN WABHimWX D B aaAAAAAAAAAAIAXAAAaaaa i - - - ttXKWiKWWVWVVW Political Weekly Review By John E Bruce Ibc PARROT mount issue in this cam paign is lion William J Bryan of Lin culii V b who is the concentrated es sence of modest Mr Bryan doesnt talk much but a great deal For such an accomplished elocutionist his polit ical outgivings contain fewer things worth remembering than those of any other Democratic stump speaker now at larsre Mr Bryan is stumped and doeMJt know it How easy it is for a shrewd man like Mr Dr an to mislead the common peo ple by specious argument and to ap peal to their passions with such subli mated rot as the following from his re cent Chicago speech If the people in Porto Kico are to be denied the protec tion f the constitution we can well liuncnie the Filipinos will not fare any bettt r y does not Mr Bryan say some thiii about the people In the southern stats of America who are denied the protection of the constitution and tell Lis hearers wh...

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. — 22 September 1900

hC l XI W HI i - Ji tSJ feats If im km i ll 38 tfff b 1 Kmi ft 1 4 fa 4 1 f 1 M If I tmmM tfO v 10 ATTEMPTED TO LECTURE Lights Turned Out on W Allison Sween ey Who Then Sought Protection Mancle Ind SpeoiaL There came near being a riot in the African Metho1 dist Episcopal church Monday night the pro3ence of policemen in anticipa ttonof trouble averting serious results over tht attempt of W Allison Sweeny colored of Indianapolis to deliver a lectare Sweeney is know to be a democrat and a committee of colored people met him at the depot and warn ed him not to attempt speech making in aMancte church where there are but three known colored democrats in a population of 2 000 Eut a small crowd Qp jH W ALLISON SWEENEY ESQ was present and soon after the speak er began and his theme was discover ed both men and women rushed into the ichurch from the street like wild people and stopped the lecture by turning out the lights The officers protected Sweeney who is au old ac quaintance of Rev Tucke...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

thestaff of the Demonstrator in a group You ought to see it But then we are a grod looking set- anyhow The Dem oDstrator A Key port or who took in the Coney Island excurson on Labor Day was himself taken in by one of the many angels at that famous resort and he got home next day broke There is a striking similarity between some Negroes and some donkeys They constantly grow meaner the older they get but in both ea9es the treatment ban a great deal to do with it The Journal We learned that one of the deasona ofSalem Baptist church led asetdance on an excursion boat some time ago It is a burning shame for any church to hold such meu as deacons The church es of Christ should cease to fill the deacons seat with traBh The S 0 Btandar1 The W Va Advocate nas no great love lor colored democrats LiPten at ibis All over West Vireioia either ped dllng some irresponsible Negro journal of postal card dimensions or circulating some deceptive pamphlet pregnant with Democratic promises can be heard ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

m I a a i i Si hf fc ft m ail t U 3 H hi W W IM w m i - Id il mht m - Pi 12 LOYES m For The Colored American A kiss our Ilpa touchedWlghtly that was all There came to me a thrill my heart Was not disturbed nor felt the thrall 01 loves chain I knew not loves art Loves work was llnlshed He had bat stepped aside Thy kiss so light so soft left lire Within my hear Thou tho by pride Set high Thou art my sonls desire iucien H White Washington D 0 IT IS RUMORED That Dorsey Foulz is ia town That the excursion Beason is over That Le Droit Park is rapidly being Africanized That Howard University is growing In popularity That the new school regime is work ing like a charm ThatL C Bailey contemplates re entenng polities That Dr J Frank Webb will soon open np a bank of his own That Dr Cabaniss was greatly im proved by his trip abroad That many weddings in high life are on the tapis for the holidays That Rev Geo W Lee and Bill Chase are all in hands and gloves now That Chas G Williams and JB3 L Th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

ft The H -WARD ENTERS NEW FIELDS Eitjr i tern 1 Norma Abolished and a Pedagogy shed Its Graduates in Eyery Field of Activity HI tor Colored American - Oq Sep tr ji auwmu uuiveioiii win 0p6D IUB lUJlia11 OU11UOI DOCDIU11 ofbtr academic departments at the -ump tune the Department of Peda gogy will begin its aecoiid year It is to this litter we wifeh to call attention as Howard University ia probably the first university devoted to the education of colored youth to add to ita curriculum acnur e in philosophy ad pedaeogy in ac irJsuee ifnh mo iern ideas of edu cation The events of the last few months have been sufficiently poitentious to cauee iUe thinking people of this coun try to rtiitct soberly upon the signs preBtmtd in the sociological world The adyancing hostility 01 the ever iijcrefasing toldnees of ita display toward the Negro in the United States sbiud cause a well founded alarm and inspire te JNegro and his friends to re newed tflort to find or develop an ade ijuate eiitck or...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 September 1900

Vl m fVu 1 i Si iUI IB Jl If- J 1 i J PA fcf ft 3H H J IN II Ik t 5 4 ril a T J1 SM1 S 4 i ru S IT A Poets Outpouring Oh For the Hal cyon Days Written for The Colored American It can not be the nature of Americanism to revile the Negro who treats the recent out rages committed upon his race wil h satirical reflection sirce Irom American sources we are duly credited with belBg a rsce not given to dysp eptic maundering In the hour of trou ble Hence we have put a check rein on our Muse and with a make believe lllppaicv de scended down among the canaille of versi fiers to do justice to the present day satur nalia of crime which cur people are enduring at the bands of aultured Americans Laugh and the world laughs with you says that warm blooded daughter ofErof E W Wilcox and to be gallant we agree But In our case the world teems to have lost its cense of distinction and laughs at us ah the time differentiating not between the smile or the tear But we poets have the sin gular faculty of f...

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