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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 November 1900

THE COLORED AMERIOAH WASHMOTOT D D BR E PARKjEUREuD Philadelphias Leading Afro American Chemist and Business Man DR E PARKER READ President of the East Indian Remedy Company mfgs pieparations sold exclusively by Druggist Senior member of the Read Christian firm mfgs prepara tions sold principally by agents throughout the county also founder President and General Manager of the National Co operative Association of America capital 100000 and adver tising director of the above named company gives his method of success ful advertising for the benefit of the jeadeis 0 The Colored Amerl -an The utige double column display ads of Dr Read which have appeared in most of the dailies weeklies and monthlies during the past three years have occasioned considerable talk among advertising men and also unong the general public Because of this I recently called at the office of the concern in order to obtain some information concerning the advertis ing of the business believing that an interesting s...

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. — 17 November 1900

f t i i i I - hi i ft r 8 I y J V - V Sr fWfc fijyr He Colored American Published bv rHE Colobed AacKRiCAH Pub lishing Cempany A HATIOKAE NEGBO KEWSPAPEB Published every Saturday at 459 C St N W aahlngton D C SUBSORIPTION BATES One year - - 200 Bix months Three months - 110 60 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may De sent by postofflce money order express or by registered letter All commumcauons lor puDiicauon snouiu 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 bowever unless It Is ordered Toy us All matter Intended for publication muBt reach this office by Wednes day of each week to insure insertion in the current Issue - Agents are wanted everywnere 8end or instructions ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 2 per square lncn per inser tion Discounts made on large contracts...

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. — 17 November 1900

He is Doing a Good Work jS -- iiV - r Rev JaB H Lee pastor of the Third Baptist church on 5th street northwest is doing a good work and is becoming even more papular if possible among his congregation and friends his re cent double bereavement has endeared him to those who knew him more than any thing else could and he has the sympathy of the whole community Mrs Ida Revells of Chicago was In this city last week the guest of Mr and Mrs Pettiford of Tierce Place THE COLOSED AMEEIOAK WARHIBPGTOH R ft MRS A THORNTON la my next communication 1 will refer to this subject again Mr Croaker aa la well kuown is a prominent Irish Catholic In the recent campaign he made the boast that New York City was eafe for Bryan This boaat was verified and it ia a straw which shows thiDgs Mr Urokers sublime confi dence amused the curiosity of those who wanted to knowTnings and they went on a still hunt and found what they went after and then they felt for Mr Croker in the state and got htm headed him off H...

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. — 17 November 1900

si I t M t 4 H i 1 1 Mf - ft 8 8 r V e A 10 Hon Wm A Pledger The above iB a fair portrait of the beat known Georgian of color For about a Beore of years Mr Pledger has had a national reputation as the repub lican leader of the state He has held numerous political positions both ap pointive and elective and is a man of means Ool Pledger is popular wher ever he is known and highly respected because of his bravery signal ability and wide experience During the cam paign just closed he rendered the re publican party valuable service in 1111 nols and the northwest He is an able speaker and a thorough race man Ofl alii gJSB ill f33 pOTf III l tl I I P 3ff llJ HlJMk BsmmL HON W A PLEDGER and on for years Mr Pledger has been greatly interested in journalism and at present is editor and proprietor of the Atlanta Age one of our strongest Southern publications The col has been either a delegated large or delegate to every national republican convention held in the last score and a half of years...

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. — 17 November 1900

ture s irov Tax r cor8 tli 5e of Boson ThHira legislature now in ees sion h colored members one an odmur trpohera youne man who hRgoi Mmneh the colleges II n i H Whit the present lone nirs f oun in C ngres retires in jqr 1 Hp will probably practice law 1 Wa lsingfon Uity or New York Rn i n put no seven Congress men 1 1 vith Clolina in lha recent pan iii Hueo of wboii were Te grs f o ir Q they were outcounted iv raVr 10 h was Negro day at tlp AKbaraa state fair M Albert J th mr ia i Nogro Commissioner It Is said that tb Negro exhibit eurpassed thit or the whie There vr re snmi1 signs of a race riot In Pennsylvania the day after Mr Me Kinleys landslide but calm judgment on u 1M1 sides soon brought tne difficul ty t a sjtf edy end Tne Urest dry goods establish ment oued and controlled by a col ored win is in Montgomery Ala Mr J W Alama Is the proprietor as well in f one at Decatur Ala IIarvard s foot ball team has a col nrert c ach in the person of Mr W H Lwis 1 h managers of that exce...

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. — 17 November 1900

i it 1 4 r f 3f - 12 COLORED AMERICANS ABROAD Bethel Literary Furnishes a Most Inter esting and Witty Program Notes Lincoln Memorial church corner 11 ih and R streets was crowded last Tues day evening with one of Washingtons most fashionable and cultured audi ences Owing to the revival at the Met ropolitan church the Bethel Literray met there as It will continue to do dur the month of November The oocasion which brought out this old time audienee for the Bethel Lit ary was a symposium on The Colored American Abroad by four well known Washington an s wjo recounted in vivid and entertaining style some of srs i i n 2 BISHOP ALEXANDER WALTERS the things they saw and enjoyed dur ing the past summer while m Europe The first speaker was Miss EllaD Bavler who told in a most interesting way of the manners customs and great ness of England She took the audi ence with her to the Tower tolStrat ford on Avon the home of Shakespeare to the Parliament House and to many other points of interest Pro...

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. — 17 November 1900

k Mr J jIIot hi fc Jjr STAND AS A UNIT C0DtiDn d from thirteenth page rons friends that he will iame to be submitted for at the next County UulM I stst 4 Via Tirtll Vta pted by them with regret How- u Hma nnt RPf fit to do so the Lie should be looking ahead and Jjve somebody in eight ior this very iioaiton a8 much good has eDffie to ur people through this very How would the name of Mr D r3ce C bmitb i o Diaie Bireei iuuu uu iub ticfeel Tie Literary Section of the Friends of Illinois Club at their elegant club parlors 7 Learborn street on Thura mmnr Nov 8th had aa their gaeat of honor and speaker of the even ine Hod J Gray Lucas late president of the Mi nb Sunday Club under whose 8dmimtration President Win McKin ley was entertained in October 1899 The subjtct of the speakers address w3 Hayti its position among the na tions The club bad open doors and a irA W CdAltLJiS W CHESNUTT large number of this creditable and substantial clubs friends turned out to listen to the address and a se...

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. — 17 November 1900

K r LA 9 fl 1 h 4 rf II r i1 - i iC rf If- I if 1 u ma 9boob Baxsmm muumioa e 1 i fM h uBhSbIBw Li Mies Jennie E Gooche of Rock Bill 8 0is editor of a lively journal known as the Africander Miss Anna Duncan of Montgomery Alabama is president of the Womans ABEOCiatlon of that Stale MiBH Mamie A Nocho of Greensboro N C ia pronounced as being one of the best teachers in that state Mrs 0 C Pettey wife of Bishop Pettey of the Zion Church is one the regular stafl of writers of the Btar of Zion Scotia Seminary Concord N C employs only three colored lady teach ers out of fifteen A white lady is Lady Principal MrB Anna J Murray of Washington - is probably the moat ardent worker among our women in the kindergarten world in America Mrs Bettie Francis is a trustee of the schools of the District of Columbia Mrs Francis is odo cf the two colored members of said board Miss Lucy O Williams is principal of the largest colored graded school in Greenville Miss She has held this po sition for a number ...

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. — 17 November 1900

df irfisiiMftisffli TO Ml L gSr24uHJj i h - K fftjM r SfliSJiMaSEWESSfll r3 vr wf rKTtr 3kki M sbH HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C distinct departments under one hundred ttjuipetent professors and instructors Theo logicil Medical Legal College Pedagogical prernrtorv English Agriculture Industrial and Musical Tor information address j Per J E Rankin D D LIU D President Geo H Safford Secretary Ivery College Srades School ALLEGHENY PA A I radical Literary and Industrial Trade School for Colored Boys and Girls Carpen try Urieklaylng Plastering Painting and Interior Decorations Tailoring Dress maRlDg iilllnerv Voice Culture and Piano Foite Literary epartn ent fr ni Primary tortormul Course lob Work Solicited and FronUgien to the students Catalogues row res dy AC dress Joseph D Mahoney Allegheny Pa XJv W Principal J Jnjjv2xxxX5xxJ lilje Qatioijal Colored SeaclK ers bureau- OF Washington D C is prepared to furnish CAPABLE TEACHERS of every branch or instruction and j DESIRABLE SCHOOLS nmm...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 November 1900

rl M jj j ft 4 Ml I- I 1 4 ii is i ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft A ft ft ft ft ft ft AS ft ft ft ft as ft ft ft BE NO Recognising the fact that there are many SO CALLED hair growers and bair straisrhteners now on the market and knowing to a certainty that many of these are frauds pure and simple we wish to make a straight forward honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In the year 1S71 our late secretary Mrs S it iloore through a fortunate circumstance acquired the receipt for OZQNO It was not offered for sale or purchase to any extent until 1S75 when it was put upon the market and met with marked snccess After a thorough test by the colored people of that time it was pronounced an honest legitimate remedy trua to all that was claimed for it and worthy in every respect of the confidence of every member of the colored race because they found it to cause the hair to grow long arid straight soft snd fine ami as beautiful as an April morning Now whenever a genui...

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. — 24 November 1900

TpsMasmsa iEI 71 f j 1 A rf a 11 i 5 1 1 M il IS Ksf IM yi fiM 1 ki ai 1VV K c sr ryi s bi vn J I i a I tf r ie1 r AJi A Yi m t f rsr F1 A b m fc bV t ll u J - I iJJ VOL 8 NO 35 XOIOIISOlIIfiiIXOX EDITORIAL MISCELLANY GOTHAMS NOTES TALKS AFTER THE ELECTION MOTHER ALLENS MITE SOCIETY 4fc The National Negro Business League The First Organization of Its Kind in America W W SI SI Sft A THANKSGIVING DINNER IN ANTE BELLUM TIMES THE EDITORS MAIL BAG f SOn iMTr ate I i UN JDU011NV0w Sr P BISHOP H M TURNER KSl ALL RIGHT xrirL4iTt2Si25 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS IIL ICr1 ITtIOOOI I rIX IHIISXf 2 O ZItS22SS5tlCZI tLOOO f J 3 Ks K RUSINtaJU r5b wffa risiaoo I Ifll U VAPl - - 4 - m Wr w i 1 oiii i ii I I I MBf

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 November 1900

4 it 1 i Ufl - fi r i Li J 1 1 THE COBOEED AMERICAS mSHIGTOT B 5KS4X3xSxm8 The National Negro Business League JxjxgxxjrtHjxtxjxS The first step to show the commer cial progress of the American Negro was the organizing of the National Ne gro Business League in Boston in Au gust 1900 It was the first time since emancipation that men and women of the race had come together to discuss the financial side ol the question It was the beginning of a new era for the race For the first time steps were taken to convince a pessimistic world of the Negros progress Booker T Washington the pioneer spirit in the movement uttered the motto of the gathering when he said A uselees shiftless idle class is a menace and a danger to any communi ty When an individual produces what the world wants whether it is a pro duct of hand head or heart the world doeB not stop long to Inquire what is the color of the skin of the producer The press of this country and Europe hailed the meeting as a harbinger in the dir...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 November 1900

T7 Pi Editors M4 B a s V2i I 1 A REPUBLICAN SPEAKS Thinks Loyalty and Hard Work Should be Recognized Favors Edward E Cooper C for a Job He Deserves It Speaks for Many Afro Americans If loyalty and bard work ia worth anything to the republican party I fail to see now President McKinley and Senator Hanna can see their way clear not to invite Mr Edward E Cooper president and manages of The Colored Amerioan to step up to the pie count er and have anything he wants The Colored American ia the leading colored journal in the United States and there is no doubt that thousands of the col ored voters weie kept in the republl can ranks through its earnet appeal to them Hons George H White John C Dancy Judson W Lyons P B S Plnchbaek and others took the stump in behalf of the G O P but none of them spoke once every week to the thousands of voters that Mr Cooper did through his great paper All of the above named true and tried republicans have done great work and Bhould be cared for by this admin...

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. — 24 November 1900

i 1 ji i i t J Ji r m mmm BEFOUSIflG KARTONA The Howard foot ball team has been making a brilliant record this year Victories nave come in succession from the Athetotic Club of Annapolis the The High School team and Storer Col lege Tneae games were all he tly con tested with the Howard boys displaying fine tactics and discipline gaining thereby victories over all oponents The Jast game in which Messrs Jack son Holmes and Young made clever plays and dashes was an event certify ing Howards strength The plunges down field and breeches made in the Storer boys evoked hearty apulause from bystanders In fact the Univer sity has a representative team capable of maintaining the long record of vic tories heretofore achieved This may TEE COLORED The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair i ICW nuciuik SffiSSaS viS2s3r3 1aPi1FSa 8SSSS335J W AFTER USINQ HARTONA BEF0REUS1NG HARTONA AfTtflUSINO HARTONA THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matchless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening- all Kink...

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. — 24 November 1900

BPEOIAL ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED HELP WANTED -Trustworthy colored man to travel and appoint agents in the District of Columbia 550 monthly and expenses position per nanent en close self addressed envelo e for rpply Manager CrOs Star Building Chi cago Enclose 2c stamp tor and we will send particulars telling how you can make from j7itolW per month and aso be presented with a fine Gold Watch Address SCOTT REMEDY CO Box 570 Louisville KVi Wanted Rooms Persons desiring to secure first class rooms In any part ot the city will do well to put an announcement In these columns II vou have a spare mora that you would like to rent to deslrabe parlies advertise tuem In The Colored American Help Wanted Do vou want work no you want a Job so advertise the lart in tl ese columns mci mwtsp The lATESTOISCOVERy COB MAKING SSSK1 STRAIGHT1NE Is no experiment out athor ougly reliable preparation It has been successfully used by thousands in all ui tut touauy m o uave xiuiiuieua ui letters speaking in the hi...

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. — 24 November 1900

r ii t ti Tc 3 s ii J U J 4 1 6 THE COLORED AMERICAN WAHBTBrGTOl D 0 BISHOP HENRY M TURNER BISHOP TURNER ALL RIGHT He is Strong and Manly Enough to Stand Alone for a Principle A journal that is eaid to have been paid several hundred dollars for the use of Its columns during the recent political campaign for Beveral ieBues Bought to enhance its value in the eyes of its money maBters by heaping cal umny and vituperation upon the ven erable Bishop Tamer who right or wrong in his utterances has always been a fearless and honest champion of the welfare of his race While gazing upon the smouldering embers of the fire that had bumed at the stake a poor Negro the good Bishop was told of a speech made by President McKinley a few miles away not finding in the Bpeech of the President a single word rebuking the fiends who had commited the outrage the Bishop was stirred be bond the bounds of cool thought and nnder an impulse such as led Moses to smite the Egyptian he declared for Bryan No one kn...

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. — 24 November 1900

1 Bnr DI0NYSIU5 H IF Before beginning these exercises It might be well to state that Hon Chas W Anderson of New York is not a candidate for either the post of Secre tary of State Minister to Dahomey or Register ot the United States Treasu ry He believes that Hon Judson W LyonB tbe good looking Incumbent of the latter office has earned and will get a reappointment The political proph et will make no mistake in these cir cumstances if they will observe the Scotch maxim and avoid telling things thoy dont know Mr Anderson is a New Yorker The annual expenses of the govern ment of the city of New York amount to over 08000000 Of this enormous sum 80 per cent goes into the pockets of Roman Catholics There are now 40000 office holders in the city of New York and 80 per cent of these are Ro man Catholics There is not more than 1 Boman Catholic to 6 Protestants in the population of that great city Yet by virtue of the fact that they are thoroughly organized by the priests and are undivided in ...

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. — 24 November 1900

k 8 Tbe Colored American Published bv rat Colored American Pub lishing Company A HAT10SAL KEGBO NEWSPAPER Publshed every Saturday at 459 C StN W Washington D C SUBriCRiPTION Oue year Six moDths Three months RATES 200 - 110 60 INVAB1ABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may ne sent by postofflce money order express or by registered letter All communication for publication hbould be accompanied witb the name of the writer not aecesarlly tor publication but as a guar ante e of good faitb We solicit news contributions opinions and tn fact alJ matters affecting the race V e vill uot pay ror matter however unless it Is ordered by us All matter intended for pub icatlon must reach this office by Wednes day or each week to insure insertion In the current issue a Agents are wanted everywnere Send or uki ructions ADVERTISING RATE8 Heading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements S2 per square Inun per inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Entered at the Post office as second class matte...

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. — 24 November 1900

THE COMPILER TALKS He Tells the Story of the National Negro Business League and Gives Reasons for its Organization other things be equal it ia adnaitted that money is a great help toward pro gfess and money sometimes gives dis tm tion where there is a marked ab ki e of both mnrai and intellectual The National Negro Business League which hld Its first meeting at jji tin lJt Aueust was called for the purple f etimulatine the money get tint habit in the Negro race Mr UciKer T Washingt n conceived the pan and Invited the c lored business men of the country to meet with him there and help deviee some plan to that end and at the Fame time some plan was being thus devised there might be a3embled a number of business colored men together who would in a sense be representative of the progress the Af ro American race ia making along busi ness lines The world had beard of our orators and scholars but the record of the Negro business man was a sealed book Thin the object of the Biston meeting w...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 November 1900

1 I if- 1 J it ir lifi 10 MRS GRANT AT REST News Noles -From Star Oity a Thriving Lone Ban Antonio Texas The remains of the late Mm Bishop A Grant arrived in this city on Saturday evening Nov 3rd at 6 p m over the Southern Pacific railway A host of friends met the re mains and they were taken to the St James A M E church and lay in state until Sunday morning when Dr 1 J Hill pastor preached an able sermon reviewing her past life in the Alamo City The Bishop could not speak on the occasion At 10 a m the remains were removed from the church and In- MBS BISHOP GRANT terred In East End cemetery The fu neral waB one of the largest witnessed in San Antonio for many years Bishop Grant remained over until Wednesday night and lectured to a crowded house Mr J M Shelburn was appointed ballifl to the United States court Wes tern District of Texas and Is performing his duties with great satisfaction Mr Shelburn has a host of well wishers in southwest Texas Mr Jessie M Bumbay of this city was app...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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