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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

1 HE SEA ISLAND NEWS llijril it Marriage at St Alarks j tlurch Two Hearts Beat as One Costumes Worn Chariton 8 C Special Mr David IiYlborn ol DprxuKiiem umu auu miaa jlary habeth Bulkley of Charleston re marrid at bt Marks unurch Charleston S C on Wednesday after noon September 27 1900 at 4 oolook The uib social standing ot the con tracting parties together with the fact that the ondal party would leave im mediately after their mairiage for an extended wedding tour madethe event of unu ual interest and caused the luge circle of friends of the family to flll the large auditorium of the church long before the time fixed for the cere mony n the arrival of the happy couple with their train at the church all trie window blinds of the building wero pri niptly closed and the several hundred gas jets were lighted which together WJth the altar lights produced not only a iiicst pleasing effect but led one involuntarily to the realization of a marriage at night The four ushers viz Misses Flore...

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. — 20 October 1900

1 V 1 12 HOWARD UNDER A NEW REGIME A Large Attendance and Bright Auspices The Literanes in Full Blast College Sports Galore All departments of Howard Univer Bity are now in working order with eight hundred and ten enrolled The various societies for the year have been organized and there is no lack of on thusiasm The officers for the fall term in the Y P B C E who have been careful ly chosen are recorded thuB President Mr Martin R Powell vice president Miss Rachel McGuinn secretary MisB Hattle Hubbard treasurer Miss Maud D Johnson corresponding secretary Mr J B Allen librarian Mr I F Carroll choir directress Miss T M Durgee Every eflort will be made to make these meetings interesting even h elpful and a general invitation is ex tended to the the public TbeAlphia Phi Society of the col lege held a spirited meeting to which many friends and visitors came Friday last The initial program is a splendid precedent Miss Bobinson put grace and expression in her reading while Mr Turner- discus...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

Remarkable Career Of a Remarkable Man Lessor williim henry richards early struggle with bitter poverty Devoted Mothers Love and Unsparing Sacrifice With Great Men as Companions and Counsellors Fulfil PRESIDENT GARFIELDS WISE PREDICTION jbe true biographer seeks to throw Tna nflnoHrirrpmfimhrftiinp nonUcllu o fte correct outlines ef an individual life jd to retouch the picture witn eucn lines as will bring to view dis lnctive characteristics and give ex- region to the spirit of the subject he first requisite for a pleasing por Lilt or an interesting sketch is a good object This is certainly ottered in character and attainments 01 asoi William H Richrrds whose life work will continue to bo an In spiration to many a youth who amid llverae circumstances seeiiH a uaieei ui Lefalneas and real honor It la not because Frederick Douglass toe by his own inherent power to a llsce among the immortals that he is ieAbou Ben Adhem whoso name Lads all the rest of Americas self made bin but because ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

5 I i A tf 1 V I t Ul 11111 REVIEW OF THE WEEK Signs and omens When the Demo cratic party Is reduced to the necessity of hiring plug uglies and thugs to rot ten egg stone and otherwise insult the most distinguished men in the Repub lican party who make speeches in be half of their party it portends that the Democratic party is in the highway to defeat and that decomposition and disintegration will shortly eventuate When Governor Roosevelt was as saulted and insulted in Colorado re- LIEUT GOV WOODRUFF cently it was a sign that all the Demo crats in that particular section of Col orado would soon be afflicted with oral incoherence and that there wasnt anybody in that village who could measure up to Colonel Roosevelt in brains ability or physical courage that is nobody of the Democratic faith When a Democratic bummer and rowdy threw a cake of ice at Senator Hanna who was speaking in a west ern city recently it was an omen of evil to the New York ice trust There are other signs too nume...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C distinct departments under one hundred competent professors and instructors Theo logical Medical Legal College Pedagogical Preparaon English Agriculture Industrial and Musical rorinformation address Rev J E Rankin D D IX D Presideat Geo II Safford Secretary JIvery College Srades ALLEGHENY PA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade School lor Colored Boys ri d GlrK Carpen try Bricklaying Plastering Painting and Interior Decorations Tailoring Dress mafein Millinery Voice Culture and Piano Forte lJtemry bepartn ent inm Primary toornial Course Job Work Solicited and Profltr given lo the Students Ct 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 Juskegee Normal and Industrial Institute offers ex ceptloral opportunities for young iren who wish to prepare lor the Christian ministry A special building k...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 October 1900

T y V ii It tv i w l ie l10 imr Straigljtine 5 jSk s wssmamm j W TEE COWKED SJOEKIOlf IfUHUfOTOff 6 wwmwwWa lMSMMMJ BE WARNED J hoet tfodi and ts to day the only sea ence and possessing the confidence of the colored aErSJrewqffapfffflHtg XlflZf IATEST DISCOVERY FOR MAKING VSSSl We Want Agents In every City Town and Village in the United States to Fell The Grandest Hair Preparation ever discovered Nelsons StraMtine Agents can make from S2 60 to 85X0 a day working lor us or thev can devote their spare time to the work and make from SI to S3 00 is tbe fastest selling article ever offered to sgents The price la low 25c and It pays the agent a rood profit It Is well advertised in the newspapers and is roi like minr to sell a preparation mat is uninown vve keep gents supplied with circulars and other advertising matter and guarantee the sale of our goods The Company making Btralghtfne Is chartered under the Kws of ihi Mate ot Virginia with ample capital to crrr out all its promises Its of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

i5 f 1 0L 8 NO 31 M EDMDMD H DEAS T e i 5 der of Republicanism in the PaN tUu state A Party Worker A Race ier A Successful Business Man An Interesting arid Str ng Character 7 1il it ip a fact the r -publican t ry m the South is only a party in imi c owning however to the bare nti by which the democrat count cut the voles for pr sperlty neverthe less to i o 8 factor in the party North or S iuh is an honor which every mai covets Though it may cnuU for nothing during the voting time Ptdl it dr es not for one time dis count at 1I when the time come comes fr rewarding for the republican raan huis well understand that it is no fault f the state workers but only the low methods of the Southern democrats tiia keep the narty down If in the i ij i -fee in the North wehadaFree lia 1 t imri a fair count with peace in Mlfthe Red Shirt with the iii f Equality before the law in- ul of ihe mountain yell While Su t r mrcy or We fesr Negro domina tioi when the Negro is hardly one fiiidoflhe populatio...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

tf 2 i 1 TO STAND SOLIDLY FOR MCKINLEY Lawyer Jones Says This is the Duty of the Negro in the Present Campaign and a Throng of Representative Citi zens Agree with Him Mr Newsome Wants Bryant as an Experiment Prof Hershaw Argues for Roosevelt Eight hundred enthusiastic people crowded into the Second Baptist church laBt Sunday afternoon to listen to a discussion of the all absorbing top ie The Duty of trie Negro in the Pres ent Campaign under the auspices of the Lyceum President R W Thomp son waa in the chair and in introducing the speakers said that the meeting was not a political one in the general acceptation of tho term but was au ed ucational review of a highly important Issue now up for settlement He thought that it was a sacred miBBion for an organization to select an appro priate time to assemble and in calm and tolerant vein go over the faotB and theories presented by the opposing par ties to the end that an intelligent course of action might be disclosed He insisted that ihe...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

BISHOP IS FOR McKINLEV o Good Would Come to Colored Men From Bryans Election Bishop Abram Grant of the A M E Church Sefs at Kest Doubt as to His Attitude Every since the campaign opened there has bren a great deal of anxiety m many quarters to discover the real a t tude of Bishop Abram Grant of the African Methodist Episcopal Church Humors of the BiPhope alleged dieaf fption towards the republican party hare beu current at various titnea nit he has steadfastly refused to pay heed to them relying upon his wide a quaintance snd established reputa 0B v vOfc BISHOf AtfRAM GKAJNT turn ia sill pacts of the country to dis p o of snch reports in the proper man uer The fomirg of Bishop Tumor to this city the latter part- of the present wtek has however occasioned fresh talk concerning Bishop Grants political opinion it being generally understood that Bishop Turner is supporting the CMididery of Bryan There is a wide spread desire imoug the colored people ofihe balfdczen States ever which Bil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

n r V THE COLORED AMEKL01 HHRT0NR The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening all Kinky Knotty sniDUorn jaarsn vjuriy xiair 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 cure 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 oheap 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 every one in the family Benefit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

EEP THE FLAG FLUNG Bishop B F Lee at Belhel Tbe Bethel Literary and Historical SoIety resumed its session for another year with an able address by Biehop B F Loe D D woo spoke on The Cen tury The address waB pbilosophical ly treated in a concise logical manner careful analysis of Tbe Bishop gavea the century showing its characterises wfBaV fi i lr BISHOP B F LBE and how the survival of the tittest seemed to be the promnent feature He argued that thimperilistio tendencies ofthecpntury bnugbt into notice the brK laces His conclusion showed a hopeful place for the Negro in the worlds history where character and minho el v oul 1 be the chief raessnre f ir universal opiuion How ard Foot Ball Team Wins From Princeton The came between the Princeton fuii bad team of Annapolis and the Howard reserves resulted in a victory oi 11 to 0 in in favor of the home team The guie throughout wai exciting and the lnierfeiencc of both Bides splendid Tuere waB a lack however of phe n uueual plays although...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

I mfM Shreds Colored Young Alen We have before us a neatly gotten up pamphlet under the above name by Secretary Hunton on the Y M 0 A work This little pamphlet is indeed handy for reference It gives the city and town organizations as well as those of the different schools with officers enrollment meetings eto We find that in Baltimore Richmond and Nor folk the colored Y Al C As own handsome buildings On a whole the work ia timely Everybodys Magazine for November A new short story by -Robert Barr entitled The Wizard of Wall Street in Everybodys Magazine for Novem ber has never been exceeded in its quality of interest by anything from the pen of that popular writer In its conception of certain Wail Street types it is peculiarly true to Jife Kuang Hsu Emporer of China i3 the title of an illustrated article which deals with the personal side of that almost un known personality and which clearly explains the underlying causes of the Emderors leaning towards Western civilization and of hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

HENRY F CLAGOE1T A Successful Business Man A Steady Rise Clerk Proprietor of a Large V rcantile Business i subject of this sketch was born lD timsvjlle MdM August 4 i860 just at the outbreak of the great war Henry Clt tfgett as a boy reaching so early for boJjethlng higher attended regularly the public schoois where he received hi- early and fundamental training It has never been his lot to attend any other school save the school of expert elce where he has proven a faithful student Early in his liie he began to Hiruggle for himaelf and began as an ajiprentce at the plasterers trade He soon mastered the trade and began to contract for himself Mr Claggett made quite a succors of this work for a HENRY F CLAGGETT number of years obtaining and execuf jngbome of the most important work m hia little city la the year JS9J 3Ir Claggett receiv ed an appointment in the railway serv ice which position he held for one year when he was given a position with the Prudential Insurance Company of Ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

ii i i The Colored American Published bv rHK Colored American Pub lishing Company A RATIONAL NEGBO NEWSPAPEB Published every Saturday at 159 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Six months Three months mVABIABLY IN ADVANCE 200 110 60 Subscriptions may be sent by poslofDce money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not necessarily tor publication but as a guar ante e of good faith We solicit news contributions opinions and in fact all matters affecting the race Vk 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 issue ftBAgenta are wanted everywnere Send or instructions ADVERTISING RATES Heading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 82 per square lncn per inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Entered at the Post offlce as second class m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

Bice L L BUR WELL A B M D A i ucctisful Physician Business Man Tne Hl of lne People of his Seciion A Delegate The ubject of this sketch is the eon lf Charles and Amanda Burwell bom m Marengo County Ala October 25 67 At tho age of seven years le ws to his brother Charles A Bur sftil of whom the doctor says To bim njy Huccesa i inrgeiy uue jor quitea while he lived with his brother on the farm in Perry County He at teiidtd the country schools till be en tered Seluia University in the winter of US S4 His love for books and his quickuths of apprehension were early manifestations of native talent which if properly cultivated would unfold to hUoftn honor end the benefit of hia jeijile After each vacation he was found outhe farm earning means by wliiPh to re enter school During bis eutire coarse his mother was only able tuptud thirty dollars on his education Dll L L BURWELL I u 1886 he graduated from the above named school with honors and in the fall of ihe fsme 3ear he entered Leon ard Me...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

t I t t li H J - A 10 THE SUN FLOWER STATE Spellbinders Galore and Much Political Enthusiasm Mrs Barnett on the Hnst ings Among the Schools- Notes Kansas City Mo Special The po litical pot here li boiling over with en thusiasm in these latter day Speakers of every known party are exploiting the principles of their chosen candi dates and of the party represented Roosevelt Bryan Debs and others have spoken here to crowded houses receiving each in his tarn the applause of the houBe This week are highly gratified to reoeive m our midst Mrs Ida Wella Barnett who iB conducting a series of meetings in the interest of the republican party These meetings have been well attended and have received excellent press notices and comments The purjlio Bohools of the city have started or this year with an unusual amount of energy The manual train ing introduced a few years ago through the efforts of the Womans League is succeeding admirably while the kind ergartens established this year through the a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

Town Topics II Ernest Uuney is in New Tors Harry McNabb is in Philadelphia John II Hannon is in North Caro lina Henry C Ryder has returned to town Mr Robert Harlan has been seriouB ly ill L C Moore is on the Maryland tump The kindergarten teachers are a fine cla3 of young ladies The local lyceum industry will be soon running at full blaat The Personal Liberty League has de clared for McKinley and Roosevelt floi J W Gray of Gray Costleys spent a iavr hours in Baltimore this week Msb Bessie Miller of 31 Hanover Place spent the summer pleasantly in New York City Deteetive Lacy Is keeping up the good work aud giving the law a be coming majesty A dancing elass has been organized at the residence of Mrs Hudson 1318 L street northwest Mrs Alexander Savoy of 735 slh at is on the mend much to the gratifioa tiou of her friends and family Mr Houston Dillard the popular tonsorml aFtist has been appointed an usher for the Second Baptist Lyceum The lecture on the Republic of Hayti at Plymouth Con...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

f 1 i Lb 12 KEEP THE FXiaG FLYING MERE MENTION Rev C W Lane pastor of Israel C M E church is juat out after a severe attack of malaria and pneumonia Bishop Walters will deliver an ad dress in thia city Sunday December 80 kh on The need of a Christian Citi zenship Park Temple was crowded all day day last Bunday The choir never sang more sweetly than at both momiog and night servioes The Negroes in Pensacola Florida own more real property than in any other town of its size and with apopu lation in proportion The Dallas Express would have those cotton pickers who are making 15 and 21 per week now to remember that you do not pick cotton all the year around Mr George H Benjamin clerk in the office of the Superintendent of In dian Schools took a couple of days va oation this week for rest and recupera tion Bishop Holly the Negro Episcopal Bishop will preach at 8 p m at St Marys ohapei 23 Btreet between Grand H northwest tomorrow Bunday AH strangers welcome Bishop Clinton had an article at...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

How a Self Respecting Afro-American Can Be an Honest Demo crat Is Beyond My Com prehension DEMOCRATIC PARTY STILL OPPOSES RACE The Democratic Partr Is Rcapomlble for Every Enactment for the Op prcHilon of Afro American Race from Fiifflttve Slave Law to Ifortfe Carolina DlifrancIiUemtst Uhi u I was set apart to the office of bishop the then Senior Bishop J J liii n took me aside and told me that it not be well for me to cont nue to take an active part in poii 1 have tried to follow his advice but have had sometimes the experience of which Bishop Moore once complained Sune one said that he as a bishop ought not to meddle with politics The bishop said the trouble was that jnIitics would not let him alone Whii I I i tics quit bothering him he would quit bothering with politics In this year of grace politics seems to have much to do with the bishops Seteril have found it necessary to deny the statement that they have become democrats So far as I know no public state ment to that effect b...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

f Jis I I u i Ji 14 Tie Wise to hit Sayiog That Jerome A Johnson ie a finan cier That a perceptible matrimonial boom is on That Register Lyons was lionized in the West That Dr E D Williston is a popular physician That ex caterer Jesse Koonce has gone to sea That John T I ay ton may have bet ter lack next time That W H Fielding may locate here in the early spring That a shake up in the Pension Of fice is on the cards That this city is becoming a colored hotel keepers paradise That Negro autonomy in the public schools is a reminiscence That the church anniversary like the poor is always with us That President McKinley is sure to hold his job four years more That fifty Negroes in the depart ments are passing for white That BUhop Turners paralysis has not CKtentied to his pen hand That R S Smith is making efforts to get back into the political swim That a new race paper is again talked of that is k member talked of That distressed or dying men do not Eend to political preachers for cons...

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