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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

GENERA SMALLS IN KANSAS Deiiced an Eloquent Emancipation Speech and is in Great Demand as a Campaign Orator His Receptions Gfnl Robert Small Collector of Cue t uijeat the port of Beaufort S O but better bnewn as the Hero of the Plant er is doing herculean work for the Republican party in the Western states His reception in Fort Scott Kansas where ho delivered the Emancipation addres waB particularly flattering The Fort Scott Monitor a white dally rewspsper among other things said The celebration was held at Potters Grove where a large crowd assembled early in the daj although the speaking did not begin until afternoon GENERAL ROBFRT SMALLS The chief speaker sas ex Congress man Fobeit Smalls of Beaufuit Soutb Carolina collector of customs t the poit cf JBeaufoit Mr Smalls was for nine years a member of Congress from Houlh Carolina He is one of the most distinguished colored citizens of the United atates and Lis address yesterday was listened to attentively and met with tremen dous ap...

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. — 6 October 1900

h isa The lATESTDlSCOVESY FOR MAKING JofisSSt Ciae 1 preparation that with circulars and other advertising matter THE COIOBED AMERICAS WABHDTOTOT D 0 We Want Agents in every City Town and Village in the United States to sell The Grandest Hair Preparation ever discovered Nelsons StraifMine Agents an make from 8250 to sCOaday UriUUg 1UI US Ul U1CJ V4LU UOUIC UCU ajJJUCr time to the work and make from 1 to ti00 - tv farfi col line nrtirifi ever ottered 10 aeents ineTirippi ihtirfl lDUl 6 Is low 25c and it pays the agent a od profit ltlswelll UUiait uxj tu advertised in the newsnaDers and Is not like tryin to sell at la unknown te seeponr agents suppnem and gnaranue the gale of oar goods The Company making Stralshilne is chartered nnder the laws of the State ot Virginia with ample capital to carry out all its promises Its offleers are among the leadltg oitixenB of this citT and should not be ccntonnded wltn the many lake concerns that are trrineto do bnainess on the reDUtation we have r...

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. — 6 October 1900

a r P f rr Ml gj the tmmamwMEEmm mzmmmom a Jhe Political SHoroscope Home of tho local orators who were to take part in the Ohio campaign are still In the city General Robert Smalls Collector of Customs at Boaufort S C Ib doing some effective campaigning in the Su n flower Stato Hon George H White oflTorta Caro lina is on a tour in the East In the in toret of the U O P He spoke to Jarge and eathU3iastlo meetings in ew York and Connecticut Bishop Alexander Walters the prince of moderators as well as a high Church man passed through the city this week after a long trip West aiid South enroute to his home In New Jersey J D D Rivera editor of the Colora do Statesman has been nominated by the Republicans of Oolorada for the House of Representatives This is quite a compliment to one of the press gang Gov P B S Pinchbackhas returned to the city after making a number of speeches in the state of New York He has been invited to Maryland and West Virginia to speak before the olose of the campai...

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

t POLITICS IN NEW JERSEY The Colored Voters in Line for the Grand Old Party Prot Lawson Sizes up the Situation and Offers a Hopilul Proyh ecy Colored Leaders in Jersey Notes A9 the date for the general election approaches things in political circleB begin to warm up iu New Jersey Ail of the Congressional and most of the legislative nominations have been made and both of the great parties in the State have lined up for the great battle in November It 1b conceded en all aides that General W illlam J fcvENATOR TV J SEWELL ell will be his own successor in the United 8tates S9nate and that the Con gressional delegetlon from the Sate will be largely Republican It is a noted fact that the colored peo pie are taking an active part in the cam paign There are 33000 colored voters In the Btate a large majority of whom are Republicans and they may be de pended upon to do their full duty in the pending contest Bobinson Pow ell Colding and George G Clinton are the big guns among our people in Wes...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

THE SITUATION IN OHIO The Afro American Voters United and Will Elect the Republican Ticket by a Big Ma jorityNonsensical Objection to Color ed Orators Geo A Myers A Most Liberal and Fopular Leader ColunibusOhioSpecial The political siuetionin Ohio far as the colored vote ia concerned is a peculiar one Aping his white brother in politica as he does in everything else the Afro -Americana of Ohio are split up in several faotione each striving not for the supremacy but to kill off each other If the dove of peaee could only light here among the colored brethren of the Buckeye state much good could be accompllshedand the future of the race in this state might possibly be greatly enhanced Just now Bishop Arnett who has always been acknowledged an administration man is being viciously as3ailed for the part he is alleged to have played in advising President McKinley against the policy of Incorporating a paragraph in his an nual message anent the lynchings in the South The men who heretofore ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

i i 8 3fce Colored mericait Published by The Colobed American Pab ilsblng Company A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER Published every Saturday at 459 C 8t N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year BIx months Three months SPSS 200 - 110 60 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may oe sent by postoffice money order express 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 fact all matters affecting the race e will not pay 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 lBsue O- Agents are wanted everywnere Bend or instructions ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 2 per square lncn per inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Entered at the Post office as second cl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

of Mr Booker confirmed the remarks of Mr Smith and thought it would be only doing our duty to Bhow by some token our appreoiation of the many goid qualities of the deceased Accordingly a commifetee was appoint ed consisting of Messrs D J Ward Edward Bunn and A J Smith to pre pare suitable resolutions to be forward td to the relatives of the deceased and to be published in The Colored Amen i an and The Richmond Planet A wreath was voted to be sent to the funeral and a contributin was raised fur the purpose each man contributing THE COLORED AMERICAN WABHDTQTO3f B SEASON 1900 1901 JOSEPH DOUGLASS VIOLIN SCHOOL THIRD SEASONS ANNOUNCEMENT Joseph H Douglass Violin Instructor will reoaive papils for private and class lessons Each class will be carefully graded and will contain but three pupils thereby permitting more time to be devoted to each member Only the Belgian School of Violin Playing is Taught Public Recitals by the advanced pupils will be given duriDg the season for the interest o...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

f 4 1 10 UNION LEAGUE MEETING Will Issue a Complete Directory of Col ored People in Business and Call a Business Conference A largely attended meeting of the Union League was held Wednesday night at the home of the secretary Mr A F Hilyer Mr Hilyer said the iiine was more favorable now than ever be fore for carrying on the work of the Union League fie had been greatly encouraeed by the recent convention f oolored butineaa mea at Boston and was willing to lead in getting out new and complete Direety which shall be a complete exhibit at the cleae of the twentieth century of our statu along business industrial professional and organized lines A committee of five wa3 appointed to assist him In set ting out the Directory Mr Hilyer Baid this committee would begin the work of canvassing immediately and promised io have the Union Directory in the hands of the people before Upon motion of Sir Lwis H Doaglass a committee was appointed to arrange for galling a conference of cur people who are ...

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. — 6 October 1900

19 THE COLORED AKERIOAN WASHEra TOT D 0 1 Among the Negro Performers 1 Tne Merideth Sistera are iu New York City New York still remains the Mecca f jr colored performers Billy Lsvard monologuist goes with the Black Sensation E W Pi Jkett has returned to his home at St Louis Mo Billy Jaokson says he has something up his sleeve Watch or it Tne three Paynes Ben F Susie and Mamie are in New York City LTVvono the Antigian wonder w rker U in New York City this week Tcn Brown the clever mimic is stage director with Iehams Octoroons Suluey Pernn is stage director with Biak Carls big farce comedy com pany Miss Mattie Wilko is the leading so praaa with Ishams Octoroons this fceason AVashburns Great Southern Min strels will open tholr season alter the election Jissell anrl Mines the colored mag nets are with the Black Sensation company Florence Hine3 the imcomparable male impersonator is playing dates in the Bast Frank Clermont la now band master with Rusco and Hollands Nashville Students McOa...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

fl t 1 i t 12 THE SECOND BAPTIST LYCEUM Opens tor Fall Season Tomorrow With a Rich and Taried Program Qala Day Guaranteed What the Future is to Bring Forth President Thompsons Plan Out lined The fall and -winter season of the Second Baptist Lyceum opens tomor row afternoon at 330 oclock said President RW Thompson to a Colored Amerioan representative and the out look for an interesting and successful session Is decidedly ausploious The Second Baptist Lyceum was established fifteen years ago and by fidelity to - 3S2lsS yw lofty principles and devotion to polieies of recognized bene fit to the community has earned a place in the popular esteem that is national in scope and second to none in actual force and moral influence Its objects are tersely Btated on the neat stationary of the organization and are as follows OBJECTS- To promote education among the Afro Amerioan masses by the free full and impartial discussion of issues af feet Id g our national life To give piactical aid to all m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

president McKinleys Giant Administration f he Afro Americans Draw Annually Seven Millions of Dollars from the Government An Increase of One Million in Two Years More than Twenty five Thousand on the Pay Roil Eloquent Figures Those who run to democracy or sulk In their tents because the pP i McKlnley Administration has not appolated colored men to the number WA f jf dyJfo miww Vy 3 employees of offices due them must return to the republican ranks and gird on their armors of war when their memories have been refresred and their Ignorance dispelled by the presentation of the record of ihls Admlnlstra tlon which shows the Afro Americans of this republic draw annually 7000000 00 salary for the four years of the Admlnlsiratlon 28 000000 00 Reflect upon the benefits accrued to the race by such an enormous sum 1 During the two years just ended this Administration has by ap pointment reinstatement and promotion Increased the annual salary of colored men In office 1000 000 00 Are there living...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

I JI -I i i 1 1 i i I 14 PINCHBACKS DARING RIDE A Tale of Reconstruction Times and How Governor Pmchbacks Saved His Party From Defeat In December 1871 P B 8- Pinch back was elected Lieut Governor of Louisiana Two acfs of the Legislature had been paEsed In the session of 71 and 72 depriving the Governor then Warmouth of the control and re-distribution ef the election officers of the State These acts were not In opera tion not having been signed by the HflvlnnT TVin CirTroriTrv nnH 1 icnt I Govsrnor were in New York on busi ness with the National Republican Committee connected with their re spective factions in Louisiana It was the Greely Grant campaign and for a time jprospects looked gloomy lor the hero of Appomattox Governor War- mouth had espouesd the cause of Gree ly hence it was to his cauees advant GOV P B S PlNCHBAOK age to defer signing the acts of legisla tion restricting his powers as long as possible At this period Mr Pinchback appeared before the Committee in New York He ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

iJSS HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C itinct departments under one hundred cnropeteiitijrofessors and instructors Theo lorica Medical Legal College Pedagogica rrenaratorv rnglfoh Agriculture Industrial and Musical Forinformatlon address Rev J K Rankin D D LL D President Geo H Saffoejj Secretary JIvery Sollege trades ALLEGHENY PA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade School lor Colored Boys aid Girls Carpen try HrlcUlayJng Plastering Painting and Interior Decorations Tailoring Dress maKlDg Millinery Voice Culture and Piano Foite Literary Department Irrni Primary toKormal Course Job Work Solicited and Profit given to the btudents Catalogues row ready AOdress Joseph D Mahoney Principal Allegheny Pa A RARE OPPORTUNITY For Young Men Desiring to Enter the Ministry The Phelpss Hall Bible Training School conduotec in connection with the Xuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute oilers ex eeptlonal opportunities tor young men who wish to prepare lor the Christian ministry A special buildi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 6 October 1900

in Hi r i r n I y I Iff n vmjMinm ence excited the cupidity of the UillUlUUD W IUS UOI1 UU MWi HI TEMWWmD MEEKSSf WlMSmWS D 6 BE1 WARNED Pfionert methodVand and possessisg the confidence of i the v colored r fcJTS IT unprincipled - wnoto set and dangerous to health and life ISEme Turners 6reaf FfencK System Gives a Wonderful And Beautiful Complexion Prices Reduced Until September 29th Now is your chanoe to get rid of your Liver Spots Freckles and all Blemishes in 8 or 1 0 days Mystic Face Bleach and accompanying Soap 75 Cents If not fcund at your druggists send to MME M C TURNER 1312 Carondelet Street New Orleans La 8eSSxS3x Now Ready for Business GKEA 5rS OJLIFIEJ uuu rcuows nan xxu 1000 m oireet in w W rofa flnnn Ti nm 7o tvi a 1 1 n KS 1 1 l 1 wius vuou xium i a iu ui juj u ui inoalS a 1U ial tc Regular Breakfast from 7 to 10 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...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

VOL 8 NO 29 THE HARYLAHD SITUATION The Republicans Certain of an Overwhelm ing Victory Next Monlh CoIoredVo ters Thoroughly Organized and Solid for McKinley and Koosevelt The Congres sional Delegation Strong Pen Pictures of Somo Leaders Baltimore Md Special 1 spent a few daya in Maryland thia week look iug over the political situation and a8 Mary laud is considered a uoubtful State I gave particular attention and tho closest observation to things that were heard and Betn politically If the other doubtful States are as certain as la Maryland lor McKmley then the election Is over and all that is necessa ry is the ratification and the shouting I never saw a more perfect political organization than is found to day in Maryland Senator McComas and Chairman Golasboro are masters ol the situation and have the reins in band Asalocai politician put it They are the right men in the right place The colored vote in Maryland is in the neighborhood of fifty thousand and ninety nine per cent of the...

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. — 13 October 1900

A r i 1 I i BOP CHINS ffH No Colored Men Should Dream of Toting For Bryan Head His Eloquent Declaration In Behalf of McKinley and and Good Government Bishop George W Clinton Is one of the best known and most Influential men In the great A- M B Zion Church South and his views on any question religious or secular are bound to at tract attention because he always says something worth remembering At Memphis the other day the bishop had occasion to give his views on the pres ent political situation and the duty of the negro and as usual clarified the atmosphere with the following cogent and well thought out opinion To my mind the present Is one of the most crucial periods In the history of the American nation The present political campaign is one of the most Important since the election of illBBSi tm 1 Bishop 6 W Clinton coin The eTecQolTof Lincoln gave us the amended constitution the emanci pation and citizenship for the Ameri can negro Upon the election of Mc Kinley depends the mainten...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

JBE crai cotomD iMnrour msmmmifB Editors f ail B a W2u Editor Colored American 1 must say The Colored American la pleasing indeed to the eiek as well as it is to the well Tour issue of the 22ad is the second one I have read since my illness and I cannot refrain the temptation to express my congratulations to its man ager and compositors The Political Horoscope on 2nd pge iB pleasant reading indeed but I am sorry to say that we down this way are not enjoying much at present as ex pressed on that page You advise that we take off our coats and work for Mc Kinley until the 6ih of November then we can shout and yell until we are hoarse Now friend Cooper did you intend that foi Louisiana I ask the question because you see the recent oonverts who were given control of the party of LincolD Sumner Grant and Lovejoy in this State say to us loyal colored Americans You are not needed any more in your party we the new bosses propose to do without you We know you are loyal but your skin is too bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

r 1 if if t Nf House No City T Street County Tbe violtn recital Beems to be the main topic of tbe day Miss Marion Wheeler niece of Mr and Mrs Whitfield McKinlay oi Wash ington is now living in Charleston Mrs Mason arrived in tbe city Mon day after spending two months in Cincinnati with her daughter Mrs li A- Cornish Jr THE COIOTffin AWERTGAJT TUSBTBQTOX ft 6 HHRTONa 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 HAETOKA -will make the hair grow long soft and straight The nse of one box of HJLRTOXA will show immediate results Makes the hair grow on bald and thin places HARTONA cares 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 Eold cheap to catch the ignoran...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

YES COWSED IMSSKSKEt TliHHrPTD H B HON JOHN 0 DANCY The Bilver Tougued Orator From North Carolina DANCYS SJOCESSFUL TOUR He Spoke in Six Thriving West Virginia Towns to Large and Appreciative Audi encesThe Eloquent North Carolinian in Great Demand Mr John 0 Daney made a speaking tour of West Virginia lest week cover ing 1800 miles from the time he left un til be completed his tour lie began at Martinsburg where he spoke at the opsra house to a thousand enthusiastic citizen repnblieanand democrats white and black heard him for and hour and a half It was declared hy all to be the most enthusiastic meeting of the oam paign and the chairman of the County Committee said no better speech had been delivered during the campaign At Fairmout a torchlight precession accompanied Mr Dancy to the opeia hone and as his carriage was driven through tho streets the aidewalks were lined with enthusiastic spectators The opera home could not hold the crowd and the steps of the balldlng gave way whilo th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

1M 8 If m THE COLORED ODD FELLLOWS Capture the Falls Ciy The Great B M Meeting A Howling Success -New Officers Elected -Kentucky Hospitality in Evidence Echoes ct the Conven tion The Tenth B M C of the G D O of O F was called to order at 10 50 a m Tuesday at Odd Jeliowa Hall at 13th and Walnut streets Master of ceremonies H Roes of Madisrnville Ky opened the conven tion with a vigorous address which was heard by the largest number of Odd Fellows that ever assembltd undeB a roof in Kentucky i f CHARLES H BROOKS There were present delegates from all over the United Slates Some of the moat distiBguithrd Negroes of the race and men of all vocations of life were preeent to attend the grandest conclave in the history of the Odd Fellows Af ter the opening address was heard the hymn of Blessed ha the tie that binds was sung with snob enchant ment that every delegate was kindled with tumultuos joy Prayer was in voked by Rev G W Ward of Emi nence Ky In the absence of Mayor Weaver the eminent ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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