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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 October 1900

a I aaaaaaaaaal HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C Mtlnct departments under one hundred competent professors and instructors Theo joci rfedical Legal College Pedagogical prerurv rnglish Agriculture Industrial and jj Ml 1 Korinformation address j Rev J E Rankin D D LL D Presides Geo H Safford Secretary very College Srades ALLEGHENY PA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade tciiool lor Colored Bojs and Girls Carpen try Bricklaying Plastering Painting and Interior Uworatlons Tailoring Dress maKJDg Millinery Voice Culture and Piano Fiite Liternry Department lrom Primary UorniRl Course lob Work Solicited and Frcnifc given to the Students Catalogues 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 conducted in connection with the Tuskegee Konnal and Industrial Institute offers ex aeptioial opportunities lor young men who wish to prepare lor the Christian ministry A srecialbuil...

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. — 27 October 1900

t 11 M h i KEEP THE FLAG FLYING General Topics Mississippi gets 23 000 from what is known as the Morrill fund Alcorn A M College gets 13375 and the A M College gets 11625 When the Negro like the white man makes politics a business hi success in political life will be more marked Houston Independent The American Citizen Kansas City advise the race o paroniz rae n terpris es even if they havent sense enough to advertise iu a race paper The law passed by the city coudciI of Richmond Ya that the city would employ only the contractors who would agree to not work Negro skilled labor has been repealed The words of Governor Roosevelt relative to the Negro soldiers bravery in a specb last week wa3 enough to make every Negro love him even Dem mocratie Bishop Turner Texas Guide The Stale A M College of North Carolina opened this year with the larg est attendance in the history of the in stitution President Dudley is among the loading colored educators in the State The Liberator is a colored de...

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. — 3 November 1900

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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. — 3 November 1900

m M Hi ftU m Asa r J -T 16 - 1 14 i t - L Ba1 1 VV I It TI If - i Hi Wt X IIV - HU 1HT tfu tfcv ti SJ L 4 CD 1 ith J fat in V t 1 i rt i 1i M M 1- J J X f The American Negro Exhibit At ttie Paris Exposition I xiyfyftKJvJyyKyy3Ky5s I mi asked by the editor of the Col ored American to toll the complete story of the American Negro Exhibit No task could be more pleasant for I believe the Negroes of the United State- should have the fullest infor mation about this project which has gone abroad in their name and in their name has demanded and received a hearimr in the great concourse of Na tions that have met here in Paris to congratulate each other upon the prog ress of the nineteenth century The American Negro may not have estab lished an independent government and he may be lacking in all the parapher nalia of royalty but his progress has been no les marked in civilization and any just consideration of its mar velous progress falls far short of the itruth if it puts him down as a zero ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 November 1900

EDITOR COOPERS APPEAX Strong Argument For ley From the Xestor of tlie Colored Press ITow any intelligent American citi zen black or white can oppose the ad ministration of President McKinley or his election is beyond my understand ing Men of good memories remember what u condition of affairs existed In the country at -the close of President Clevelands last administration The i losed factories and mills the scarcity df work and of money and the general panic everj where must have made an indelible impression on the minds of ill Intelligent men When President IcKinley was elect ed nearly four years ago he found the country in the throes of a panic of hard times and with no credit at home or abroad What he has done under his administration is a matter of history He bus given the country a clean busi nesslike administration He has met every obligation and every duty Where factories have been closed he has opened them Where money has been scarce he has made it plentiful and whatever was ...

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. — 3 November 1900

- Jti i - M r q W 4 1l l 1 i i H Bt 4 i 1 t I- t 1 5 a -v i iiMJ ft -1 I f t f 1 I Grogans THE COLORED AMEKtGAW WASHTHGTOS B 0 The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening aU Kinky Knotty Stubborn Harsh Curly Hair HAETONA -will make the hair grow long Hoft and straight The use of one box of HAETONA 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 HAETONA 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 HAETONA is used by over 50000 people in every State in the Union HAETONA 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 ...

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. — 3 November 1900

r lv Ill HIM aHHH r g etc iS 9BMBBuBb K s 3 flBBSBBBIBBcBBDBIH j3 1rrti V wKaMBf W THE LATE CAPTAIN JAMES A PERRY 1HE WOMEN AT WORK The IoIorLine to be Eliminated The Institutional Church Making a Record Editors and Orators Entertained News Notes Chicago III Special The Chicago Womans Club white ytsterday held in Studebaker Hall its first meeting since the Milwaukee biennial conven tion of the National Federation of Womens Clubs There was a business session papers were read and then the color line problem came up again when the refusal of the Milwakee Convention to accept Mrs Josephine St Pierse Rur fin of the New Bra Club of Boston Mass was called to notice by a resolu tion of Dr Julia Holmes Smith The resolution which called for an investi gation wa3 passed and the following were chosen as members of the Inve3ti gating committor Mrs James E Keith chairman Mies Jane Adams Mrs Rob ertFarson Mrs Ceha Parker Woolley Mrs Caroline 0 Holt Mrs Elia W Peattie and Mrs H W Magee The above na...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 November 1900

i s r M M i 4 r V ton Connecticut in 1855 His parents were poor and like most of the youthB of those times young Stedman was compelled to get out and hustle for himself Accordingly he did bo At the very eaily age of twelve years he began work on a farm near his home and worked there for three years go ing to school during the winter months For this hard labor for he workedwith the hearty Yankee - and that means work was bis board and clothes Sted man continued this kind of work until he saw something better Attheageof It m F G STEDMAN seventeen Stedman began working in the Bell factory in East Hampton and he has held that position now for thirty years without a break He works along side of his white brother who is doing the same kind of work at the same rate of pay and there is no discrimination Mr Stedman is now counted one of the best workmen In the shops His work is always on exhibition Since Mr Stedman s adventure Into the manu facturing business he himself has in vented a milk ...

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. — 3 November 1900

TosMee THE COLORED ATHETHOAff WASHmOTOK D 0 Giving the Problem Booker T Washington Tells How the Graduaes of Industrial ism are Applying Their Knowledge in Actual Bread Winning-Punctures Some Mistaken No ions and Points the Fsee to the Open Door that Welcomes the Meritorious Facts and Figures Worth Remembering Principal Booker T Washington has placed before the public the nineteenth repoit of the Tukegee Normal and In dustrial Inaitute It is a clear and statement of what has been doue during the year by the exe cutive forces of this matchless mBtitu tion It reveiews the past points with modest pride to victories gained and indicates the instrumentalities neces sary to a still grander stride toward the lofty goal set out a score of years ago A hopeful vista is painted of the fa ture and concrete results to the race are cited as a vindication of the broad principles of industrial moral and in tellectual development upon which Tuskegees claim to recognition are founded The story is tol...

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. — 3 November 1900

I V 4j 1 1 J It- Ur it m I 1 I H ft I I j v 8 5lje Colored mericaij Published by Ehe Comrct ameeicas Pub llsbing Company A NATIONAL NEGKO KEWSPAPEB Published every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Six months Three months 200 - rio 60 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may ne sent by poslofflce money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with tbename of the writer not necessarily tor publication but as a guar anty e of good faith We solicit news contributions opinions and In fact all matters affecting the race W 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 weefe to insure Insertion In the current issue B Agents are wanted everywnere 8end or instructions ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 82 per square lncn per Inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Ent...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 November 1900

IHE AMERICAN HEGRQ EXHIBIT Continued from iblrd page of Bishops Gaines aul Turner Messrs Shell and vlii Atlanta Ga Messrs Murray v Kiulfiy Dr Grimke and a street f Eleventh street Washington Jc mid many others Below Case VjS a view of front page headings of ui f our lcadmS newspapers r -E NO 3 GEORGIA NEGRO December 28th that ir was as late as Prof IHiBois had concluded to tli special investigation of Geor ri which I had requested him to dec This State was chosen because ha the largest Negro population L nir it is a leader in Southern lmt especially because Prof piI5iis was at the work in the State A wy M HON GEO H WHITE ami lie was by far the man of all oth ers 1 tin the work of investigation Mv svonl choice would hare been A Irdnii and third South Carolina lnf luiHois outlined his plan and es timated his expense at 2500 The amount was immediately appropriated ami with his usual zeal he began the ak Ten or a dozen clerks were em ployed and Uie great machinery of a Miirial census wa...

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. — 3 November 1900

I i i tf - J i f PfC i 11 vT 10 THE NEGRO IN BUSINSS8 A Banner Day at the Second Baptist Lyceum-Colored Bankers Grocers Real Rstate Dealers Publishers and Restau ranteurs Discusses Their Professions Notes and Mention Another audience that overflowed the capacity of the Second Baptist church lecture room was in attendance Jaat Sunday afternoon uprn the Second BaptiBt Lyceum They eame out te hear and profit by the disausion of the Negros condition in business past and present and means for future de velopment The meeting partcok of the nature of a symposiaia ami the gentlemen who dieGuaied the subject in its various ramifications were men who stand as leaders in their respective linas of endeavor The audience was HON L C BAILEY in a sympathetic and earnest mood and particular and constant attention was given each speaker The president Mr R W Thompson was most felici tous in his introduction of the various speakers and his happy speeches added much to the interest of the meeting Mr L C...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 November 1900

klM Troy N C August 5 Editor Col ored American Inclosed find two dol lars for The American I regard your paper as the iigiit unto our path Yours truly O Faduma GOD BLESS THE COLORED AMERICAN Editor Colored American Dear Sir 1 herewith send 60 cents in full pay ment for three months subscription to the papor May God bless this great race journal Yours for success Henry MoClellan COMPELLED BY HIS FAMILY Bditor of Colored Amerloan En closed pleaso flud 1 00 for paper from January 2 1900 to July 1900 My family compellb me to take your journal as it is easily the loader in Negro journalism With much respect Foster Williams COLORED AMERICAS TELLS HIM Pittsburg Pa The Colored Ameri can Please renew subscription at once Inclosed firid check for 3 Please if possible dont miss a number I want to know what the iace is doing The American tells me every week Respt J B Sbepard TEE COIOBED 50EEiaA3r WASHEWJTON D O EDITORS VAIL B a A BOUQUET OF PRAISES From Readers of The American - Leads in Charac...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 November 1900

4V i W HiK 1 1 T4 - r 12 THRIFT AT BONNIE GREENSBORO Recorder Cheatham Pays a Handsome Tribute to North Carolinas Banner Agricultural and Mechancal College President James B Dudley Solving the Race Problem A Colored American reporter dropped Into the Oity Hall the other morning in search of news and in the Recorders Office encountered the Hon H P Cheatham who was just removing the stains of travel incidental to a weeks hard campaigning in West Virginia and Maryland Being asked concern ing his recent visit to Greensboros fa mous industrial school Mr Cheatham related the folio wine interesting story in the easy graceful style which has made him a favorite with newspaper men The Agricultural and Mechanical College at Greensboro N C said Re corder Cheatham is one of the hand somest and best equipped of the many strong educational institutions now scattered throughout the South It haB been in existence about eoven years and it is designed to provide practical instruction for both sexes o...

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. — 3 November 1900

His PFGISTER LYONS ITINERARY jkeessful Political Tour in the Great r J TilinMr miPCaiiki s4 Indiana jLiuuuia mmuuii ouu Ken sy in une ior mciuniey ana nty n0 f jdson W Lyons Register of the if uay lias juat returned to hia Lis vjA a three weeks tour of the tate6 in the great Ohio valley and middi West Hia speaking tour was a lord breakor for beginning at Ohi Jar0h3tonrdto St Louis Mo and southern Illinois addressing large and enthusiastic audienoes everywhere nQe of the most auccessful meetings being the great demonstration given in hig lonor by the Business Mens Boutd Money League at St Louis The republicans of Missowi feels elated over the visit of Mr Lyons and many erring coloied voters there have re turned to the party fold by reason of hu powerful arguments in favor of ex pansion stable enrrenoy retention ol K N W 7 JV SJSS I HJT HON JITDSON W LYONS the Philippines the Negro soldier and the great wave of prosperity now in evidence While in Illinois Mr Lyons visited Brooklyn a s...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 November 1900

4 i iS ts -4 f -2 L7t Jl 14 MR H J MDONALD A Representative Negro -From the Lone Star Btate Successful Grocery A Po lillcal Power in Cuneys State When H J McDonald was born in Georgia just a few years before the opening of the great Rebellion though proud aa a parent may be of his child though aa hopeful of his future still his home teachers hardly dreamed then bow could we when Flavery had us bound that their brightsnnsninetnen and now as well would ever niske such a pronounced success and be such an important factor in the community Mr McDonald was born in Florence Ga in 1835 and there resided until 1876 when he with his parents moved over into Alabama McDonald re mained in Alabama and worked very r M WW MB J H MDONALD hard indeed striving to accumulate something Stranpe as it may seem we often hear the average orator of the present day chastising us as a race for beginning at the top after our emanci pation instead of at the bottom of building the superstructure before we had lai...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 November 1900

HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C Hstinct departments under one hundred T competent professors and instructors Theo- bzicai Medical Legal College Feaagogica S- Hoi lrrr4rMltTrf TttrltntTsaf anil jIIrt For information address q Rer J E KANKIN u u ui u jrrwsiiBa Geo H Safford Secretary Jlvery gollege Srades ALLEGHENY PA A f rnrtici l Literary and Industrial Trade icbooi tor t ojcrta mutt ul u lrt lt KiatlKg ilKBiBiiig ruiiiun auu I1 lallrlrrr Tlvrrjo IDtfr1 r llflUniUlirn miiiuB uimo maK i iinnerj Voice Culture and Piano Tone i i ten ry fepartii tut Ir m Primary toNii1 t oiirfe Job Work Solicited and rYiU n en to the students U talogues lou red Adress Joseph D Mahoney Principal Allegheny Pa A RARE OPPORTUNITY For Young Men Desiring to Enter the Ministry Th IhMpss Hall Bible Training School ooDiiuctf in connection with the luskegee Normal mid industrial Institute offers ex ceoto ii opportunities for young men who wiMi i prepare lor tne rnrr uaii ministry Aecii i uiiaing rrovn aw the Phe...

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. — 3 November 1900

ir hi t 7 I 1 t i i nr rt -3 ft ft ft ft ft ft I ft ft ft ft SB 30BMHH5 XMEEK7A3f iraraDSRHTCW ft H n -as - I ft 6 4 ft t ft i ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 6 ft ft M I M0 outside assistance Nothing but Ozono is necessary and the hair stays straight forever You can stop the use at anytime The good effects on the hair are seen in a day or two after the first appliration The price of Ozbno is 50c a bottle i boxes do the work We make this liberal offer which is good at any time Gut out this coupon and send to us enclosing with it the sum of One Dollar and we will forward to you four large boxes of Ozono and one large bottle of Electrical Skin Refiner which makes black skin bright rough skin soft and pliant and cures all skin diseases Also removes all facial imperfections and actually removes small pox pits We will also include one fancy jar of our Electrical Skin Food Natures great beautifier removes wrinkles moth patchps freckles and all facial blemishes makes the old look young and the yon...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 November 1900

W Gave Important Work to Afro American Stenographers A Colored Attorney wins an Important Suit The Gener ous Smileys Mrs Murray In Chicago Chicago 111 Special Mtb Mabel Berry JamiEon and Mrs Dave Law rence two of our best court reporters have done a great deal of excellent work in bebalf of the republican party which as a general thine is greatly overlooked from the fact of its seem ing insignificance These girls being two of the best stenographers in Chica go were employed by the State and National Committee at headquarters and much of the most important work has passed throngh their hands There were times when Mrs Jamison held her office alone assigned the speakers and secured their transportations Con sequently the young ladies have many friends among the best and brainest men of the United States- The stenog rapher has an independent position and her work is indeed indispensable and a colored girl in Chicago who can do the work and doit well will have very little trouble in loca...

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. — 10 November 1900

h The Turner School of Theology is now a part of Morris Brown College Atlanta and was named in honor oi Bishop Henry M Turner senior bishop of the A At B Chnrch Mr Austin W Curtis a member of the class of 1S9I North Carolina State College is Professor of Agriculture in the West Virginia Institute for Colored Youths the state institution Livingstone College Salisbury N O- has enrolled up to date 225 students Prof W B Crittenden has been chosen to fill the chair of mathematics caused by the death of Prof Frank H Noble - The Wharton Normal and Industrial Inititute Charlotte N C is a new school under the Baptist Denomina tion It will endeavor to prepare stud ents for Shaw University Balelgb N C Ihe Escambia High School is a young institution in Pensacola Fia which is progressing nicely Prof W W Wilson the principal is a graduate of Tuskegee and is doing effective work Mr Edgar Webber who for a num ber of years was connected with the Tuskegee Institute is now a successful lawyer m Indian...

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