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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHETCrTOK D 0 S I i DR EMMA A REYNOLDS Head Nurse at Freedmens Hospital Washington D C A NEW YEAR FORHOWARD A Most Auspicious Year for the Great Na tional Afro American School Dr Emma A Reynolds at Freedmens Hospital Notes Howard University is opened for another scholastic year which begins with bright prospects Now the sum mer girl and boy will leave their mirth to pensively turn into more serious af fairs their lessons The buildings mostly have been repaired painted and renovated The grounds too are in splendid order and there is a de cidedly sweet atmosphere around In deed Howard enters upon a new year with greater zeal seemingly than ever before and will add new energy as she always does to the intellectual life of Washington While special vigor is noticed in the Bottling down to the olose routine of class work yet athletics have not been negleoted Messrs B B Jacks jn captain J F Fox manager aLd J F Carroll have already a hearty squul of thirty aspirants o...

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. — 13 October 1900

7 i Vt iT j 8 0le Colored American fablletied bv ni ejLXiloeed Ameeican Pub lishing Company A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER Published every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Six months Three months INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE 200 110 60 Subscriptions may be sent oy postofflce money order express or by registered letter All communication 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 Vt e will not pay for matter however unless It Is ordered lay ub All matter Intended for publication must reach thlB office by Wednes day of each week to Insure insertion in the current Issue - 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 Entered at the Post office as sec...

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. — 13 October 1900

THE MiRYLlHD SIIDATION Continued from first page the word nd has a large following Bia services are at the hand of the cimniittee wnenever n neens mem and few il any young Republicans in Baltimore regardless of colorcan d or have done more effective work than jlr Hawkins has doiii in this cam paicn One of the hardest working members in tbe Biltimore Congressional delega tioa is Hon Frank 0 Watcher mem berof Congress for the third diattict He has so faithfully performed the du ties of his hih office that there should be no wavering in the loyal support whitn should be given him by the psr ty and also by the manv Independent voters of his district He has served HOS FRANK 0 WAUHTER M the city hns been vigilant iu looking after itB business interests and well de eerves a reelection so that he may car ty out certain needed improvements which he has well in Hand During his term in Congres3 he has looker after the Interests of the whole people nnd not any part or faction of them Tho colore...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

j M H i V I i i i 10 y THE NEGRO LAW OF OREGON Kansas Bryanites Quoting it for Campaign Purposes Designated as Worse Than Disfranchisement or Tillmanism - Gov ernor Geer on the Subject Salem Oregon Special Oregon Black Law is the heading of a cam paign paragraph given a prominent place every week in The Colored Citi zen a paper vublisbed by a Negro at Topeka Kan in the interests of Bryan This paragraph quoting Oregons con stitutional provision regarding Negroes claims that it is worse than disfran chisement or Tillmanism TheRepub licsna of Kansas seem to be consider ably disturbed because of the nee Bry ans followers are making of this sec tion of the Oregon constitution to help Bryan in the Middle Statee Governor Geer has received a number of letters making inquiry regarding the Oregon law and in answering the last one re ceived today he explains that the law is obsolete and then continues I wish to say that the mental de pravity of the Negro who will for any reason justify the tre...

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. — 13 October 1900

o 4 The democrats do nt want honest election lawe McKinley will continue to do busi ne3 at the old stand We must stand by law and order we must stand by prosperity we must stand by William McKinley During the McKinley regime cottoD mills employing Afro American labor have been eBtablisbed in the South The Afro American employees of the Treasury Dopartnect at Washington receive in salaries every year 195000 The South would be poor today with out the black toilers yet It is in the South that the democrats htve stolen black mens rights Do not sifc down and dream that Mc Kinley Is Bure of election The enemy is wide awake and hustling The only way you cau defeat Bryan is by work ing for McKinley Mr W R- Davis formerly of Wash iugton D C is now located at New ork and is doing some effective cam paign work fr McKinley KooBevelt and Odell At a recent democratic meeting one speaSer declared The Negro has no more right to the ballot than a two year old child has with a pistol Thats straight d...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

ln i 12 jaw arc jsifsworxa csaerwcoQ use 5 3 TEMWWEMB A PHOMDfEhT X5KTTCKL4K I were written when he sirred on the j slag of the Cleveland Gazette and slo rJitor vnzrrocl s Processor 12 2 5 ween he eantnhufced to toe ediionai Doctor cf Dnisirr 1 Power n tk rr xJ0Eaer Press cf T2rnrisbaigf i TT School xoozi zzc z yzozlltr ci Prb Ssjtmt Snphil Rennisence v5W VSl youngest son of a duiH3gnibeG A L lis ecmrinz giPTSS1 U2 J A a v COi ms rrrcr Tvrvnlar crnrrs npr Tn - xiir uviiic vzxaut f ana its jsrjfir cf tfi A Me - - - The title 0 the boos which lie Piss from 2 egro -wood wis bom of highly respsted pa- Vf nol drrine discontent something rents in ilount FlessiiBt Ohio Jtme 7 ini to it iged Mr Underwood on 1 ward to oher selds of usefulness In Zsrly in childhood he was sent to i Mixcn 1SS1 this yonrg man erada the colored public sciocis of his native j tea- s phTieiaa and oigeen from town frem which he grsduat at the th yreslezn Beerre Medical College age of 14 Altho3h Ohio had no mixed Cl...

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

rsii ORAM Larjfe and Enthusiastic Meet ing Was Held in National Hall Last Night CHARLES W ANDERSON Well Known Colored Orator From New York Discussed the Campaign Issue From Buffalo Commercial iiiuil Hall on Ellicott street i i iiiiesee was luieu to its utmost i i last night with men ana nun n who assembled to hear the Hon il V Anderson of New York l the issues of the campaign It i - i lie liit lig rally this year of the V in il Colored Republican League iil i In members and their friends nit mil out in large numbers Every iliur m the hall was occupied and lm - of men were standing in the side i hs and in the lobby at the rear illiam II Aikerns presided at the niiiing and introduced as the first Patrick J Carey Mr Carey vjmkt for about fifteen minutes on the of the campaign and the iitness ir tlie men on the Republican ticket t lill the positions to which they were Humiliated He was heartily applaud il Mveral times during the course of ii - address Japt Henry A Bull was then intro il...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

1 f i f 4 I- 14 POLITICAL REUS OF 1 IM Mr Cromer bewails thz jxlzgzd tact that the success of the Republican par ty in tie state sad the cation wonid be a menace to the ambition of yoirnz men in politics and boasts that he is the friend of rcmnz men After deliv ering himself of this sapient opinion be drew his carving fcnife and cut the political throat of that brilliant young Democrat of Brooklyn Eire S Coler who was a candidate for governor and dictated the nomination of a middle aged Democratic expansionist in the person of John B StanehSeld of El mira whose views on the question of the retention of the Philippines are in perfect harmony with those of the Ee pcblican administration at Washington and of erezj American -Kith a thimble fnl cf brains and an ounce of patriot Ism Oh jes ilr Cromer Is the joung mens friend LaVori Lot In the So nth The Democratic press is jest now Tery much agitated and perturbed over the terrible condition of aSairs resulting from the strike of the coal...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

T vnr orwffyyyr MftHi 2SvSSwBE4KHEuiizSi HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washineton D C FK distinct departments under one hundred ompetent professors and instructors Theo- lo Medical Legal College Pedagogical pri i English Agriculture Industrial and Mi- il Forinformation address 3 Kev J E Rankin D D IX D President Geo H Safford Secretary very College trades ALLEGHENY PA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade Sfiool lor Colored Boys arjd Girls Carpen trj Bricklaying Plastering Painting and iLerior JUecoratlons Tailoring Dress n nfcing Millinery Voice Culture and Piano Ffite Literary department from Primary Normal Course Job Work Solicited and Fn lltb given to the Students U talogues row ready Address Joseph D Mahoney Principal Allegheny Pa A RARE OPPORTUNITY For Young Men Desiring to Enter the Ministry The Phelpss Hall Bible Training School conducteu In connection with the Tuskegee Normal and industrial Institute offers ex ceptlonal opportunities lor young men who wish to prepare lor the Christ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 13 October 1900

1 OLSONS ITJ 4 V9 rk a 8 a iS n c mnt kWZr IATEST DISCOVERY FOR MAKING 22 TmiXnZMEDJMSKKJES W aaJQft3K8f 0 ft BE WARNED hoert o is trulsv the nnfv sh eace aad possessing tee conndenee cf tbe coioreo - 2S2HFa We Want Agents - In every City Town and Village In the United States to sen The Grandest Hair Preparation ever discovered Nelsons Straiglitine Agents can make from 2 50 10 S5ro a dav working lor us or they can devote ihelr spare time to the -work and make from 51 to 830G ffnimVinn is tre fastest selling article ever offered to sgenls Tbeprlce U II CLltL V bllC ls low 125c and 11 j aj i tte agt nt a eood profit It is wel ai advertUed in tte Detrajeis and isroi like trying to sell a preparation mm is uubeowh e fifcepour sgenls uprlied with circulars ard other advertlsirg matter and gnarsnicelhesaje cf onr goods lie Company making Ssrnf ebtlne Is chartered nncer the 1m a ol lhe fctaie ot Virglrl with ample capital to carry cut all its promises Its officers are sirorg the leading ct...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

VOL 8 NO 30 4 MODERN CINCINNATDS Mr Jas J Bradford Baltimores Vete ran Leader and Business Man A Pen Picture ot his Career James T Bradford Esq of Balli more Md was born in that city which has been his home and the field of his successes in life and Is a stirring exam pie to all young men to show the height attainable by earnest work absolute integrity and indomitable en ergy and pluck Starting out in life under circumstances more adverse by far than those which obtain to day surrounded by actual physical bondage he had won a high place in the busineea Bnd intellectual world before emanci palion came to the slave At an age when our boyd of this day and time are not out of the graded schools young Bradford waB selling fruit in the B O depot at Camden street and even at that early day he always made it a point to have the best fruit obtainable and that has been the central idea in all of hia business relatione since to keep the best of everything in his line Iu 1861 he left his statio...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

HI u f n I M t I 1 iU x gj THE COLOBED AMEEICAN TTASHTSGION D 0 Sontbern Methods Yentilau d A Raps Case Br Johx E Beuce aaaarr Albany N Y Specisl -There has come into my possession a transcript of the testimony taken in the case of the state of South Carolina vs J L Heirs a -white man and a clerk in tbe store of a Mr Barckmeyer of Port Royal S C The magistrate before whom the testimony was taken is a moral degenerate and a digrsce to the noble profession of the law The at torney for the white brute one Verdier ia a monfroity of which there are many of its kird in Sooth Carolina Here is ss clear case of attempted rape npon an innocent Negro child as ever occured in any part of the country and yet nobody in Washington or any where in the 2urth has sen even an allusion to it in the assoaJated press dispatches Are the great journals of this connry in the conspiracy to crush out the Negro Are they too cowardly to publish all tbe new- It looks that way My informant a northern gentle man t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

T THOMAS FORTUNE It happened this way Dr A M Curtis is an honorary member of the Fellowship Club He is passing through the city And the club always takes advantage of his presence here to do him honor For he is one of Chicagos own the clubs own In fact the Fellowship Club gave Dr Curtis to the world- It has more men too just like him Dont forget that However on the occasion in question a peculiar oondition prevailed The guests were late in arriving and not- 11 J H C SMITH withstanding the fact that they all knew they were coming to a feast each man Beemed bowed down beneath some mighty burden Amusements were eschewed conversation lagged and there was a general feeling that the entertainment would be insipid and dull byond redemption But auch happily proved not to be the case When the gentlemen were summoned downstairs and were seated at the ta ble and the lights turned full on so that all their faces oould be plainly seen that same stolid heavy expres sion I have mentioned was still...

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. — 20 October 1900

I i I tC it I 2K I h i i ISL TEE COIOEED AMERICAST TRAHHEfGTOK U The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening- all Kinky Knotty Stubborn Harsh Curly Hair HARTONA will make the hair grow long soft and straight The use of one box of HARTONA will show immediate results Makes the hair grow on bald and thin places HARTONA cures Dandruff Baldness Falling Out of the Hair and all Scalp Diseases Remember that HARTONA is the highest priced hair remedy on the market because it is the best Price 100 a box Dont allow 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 naturally straight after the use of HARTONA On box of HARTONA can be used by eve...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

II sv linn I Senator Pritchard Discusses the Democratic Scheme of Disfran chisement in the South DAMNABLE DEMOCRATIC DESIGNS The Democrat Have Not Only Do prlvcd the Afro American of the night to Have His Vote Counted a Cnst Dnt Have Used HU Vote to Nullify the Vote of the White Man Who Favor Free Institution The adoption of the amendment to our state constitution which has f or its object the restriction of the right of suffrage marks another step on the part of the democracy of the south in its efforts to nullify the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the con stitution of the United States lllllk will fmmmkyw m WW SENATOR JETER C PRITCHARD When the southern states were re admitted into the union after the late civil war it was expressly provided as a fundamental condition precedent to their right to representation in con gress and in the electoral college that neither of the said states should ever amend its constitution so as to abridge the right of any voter residing therein...

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. — 20 October 1900

SI S 1l M n n v TEE COLORED ATvnffiTnATsT WASHBrGTOH B 0 CAPTAIN CHAKLE8 L MITCHELL Mr CHARLES L MITCHELL A Hero of Two Wars The Idol of Gar rison and Phillips a Alan of Many Honors Bostons Most Representative Negro An Interesting Life and Char acter The story of Captain Mitchells life is an IntoiestiDg one He was born in Hartford Conn at about the middle of the preeett century His father Mr William M Mitchell was a deacon in one of the churches of that city and the family is known as one of the be3t families of color in the state At the age of 17 the boy became an apprentice in the printing office cf Mr William H Burleigh publieher of a Hartford abolition paperemilled the Charter Oak Two yeais later Mr Burleigh sold his office to Mr Baldwin afterward editor and senior publieher of the Worohester 8 py and for several years representa tive in congress of the Eighth Massa chusetts district With him Mr Mitch ell completed his term of apprentice ship In 185 he came to Bcston and worked ...

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. — 20 October 1900

to sax AUGUSTUS L McLENDON The Life cf a Boy the Man Affording Inspiration to A Student Secretary to a General Journalist and Eusmess Man The subject of this sketch was born in tfeat state -which has given to the worid Ecmeof the most noted Negrctsof our times in the state where they have inr bibed the idea to be somebody they must do something get something and have on hend money His birthplace was in Aberdeen Mibs where he first Eaw the beautiful rays cf a peaceful sunlight after four years of territorial peace which was subsequent of the war of the Rebellion which had given fa ther and mother the desire to achieve success in the walks of life They gave to the child this make up He wa3 born September 27 1S69 Like all pa rents they were indeed proud of their child He grew rapidly and when a SO mm AUGUSTUS L MLENDON mere boy he came to Helena Ark in 1883 where he worked in hotels res taurants and atttended the public schools of the city McLendon was careful with his time and learned...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

T He Colored American PubUifced by rsr Coloexd ATgpreAy Pub lishing Company A 5ATI05AL 5EGB0 3ETTSPAPEE PcblUbed every Satnrrlsy at O C St 2 W Washlnzton D C SUBSCEIPTIOIt RATES One year gtr months T ie months 200 - 110 60 rSVABIASLY IH ADYA5CE SciscrlptiorJ nsy ot sent dj poroses morey order express or sy reglsvred letter All oonmmlcatlorss for psbllcaticn EbtKiia be assanpanled rtth tie ssme of tbe critfir cot necessarily lor publication bzi s s gnr nte e of food faith We olelt newt contributions opinion6 and in Caet all matters sectln tne race e vlll not pay for mttr norrprer HRless It li orieretf sy ns AH mane- lntenciei lor pcbllcation mnst reach Tnic cSce by Wednes day of each to insnre Insertion In the cnrrent Ieezic ta Agents are traniI eTerjTrnere Send or innractlons ADVEETISEXe BATES Beailnr nonces 50 cant -per line Display atTertlenientt 12 per sqnare Incs yr Inser tion Dlfconnts made on large contracts Entered at the Pcn offlee as second class natter Ail letters conimcnl...

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. — 20 October 1900

REGISTER LYONS TOUR jDi udsin W Ljons Successful Cam--an Tour of Illinois and Missouri A erri Town jte itcent campaign tour of Hon jDjstin W Lycns register United States Xiesury throughout Illinois and MIs cun was one of the most brilliant of jbe csmi aign Thoroughly equipped Tfih sacd data of all issues per raining to the prlnoiplas and platform cf the republican party the welfare of the race and the stability of govern hcdI iLis able leader delivered a series flfmtictts that were characterized by souLd li gic terse pbraee convincing arguineiit and eloquent climaxes Lsrge audiences greeted Mr Lyons fcvtrvwnpro one of his most successful jncrtiDgk being the demonstration given US i e s s x lit Mv M i HOls J UDSON WLYON d in hig honor by the Business Mens Sound Money League of St Louis Tho republcans of Missouri feelelat ed over the visit of Mr Lyons and many erring colored voters there have returned to the party fold by reason of his p werful arguments in favor of ex pausmn Etablo c...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

I 3 1l V Nil If 1 I 1 iUi 10 FROM THE SMOKY CITY M cKinley Will Win in a Walk Politics Doings and Progress of the Race Pittsburg Pa Special Doubtless your maDy readers would like to know how the Afro Americans are getting along in the Smoky City First we have four physicians Dr Turfley a native and graduate of Cleveland Ohio Medicine College Dr Clinton of Ches ter 8 C a graduate of Shaw Raleigh N C Dr J B Sheppard of Howard Medical School and Dr J N Brown of Winchester Ya whose alma mater is Howard We have one drug store owned by Jenning and Brown It Is beyond a doubt one ol the best drug stores in our in our city and the pro prietors are seeking lor larger quarters DR J B SHEPPARD Of Howard Medical Schcol We have four Undertaking establish ments Mr Robert Jackson owns three with headquarters in Chicago 111 the fourth is owned and conducted by Mr Daniel Edwards There are three con tractors Messrs Isaao Bryant Jacob Captain and George Holmes Three lawyers Messrs J W Holmes A C Randol...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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