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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 December 1900

HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C distinct departments under one hundred competent professors and instructors Theo logical Medical Legal College Pedagogical Preparatory English Agriculture Industrial and Musical Forinformation address j Rev J E Rankin D D LIU D President Geo H Safford Secretary very College Srades ALLEGHENY PA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade School lor Colored Bojs and Girls Carpen try Bricklaying Plastering Painting and Interior Decorations Tailoring Dress mafclDg Millinery Voice Culture and Piano Foite Literary epartrt en t in m Primary to Normal Courm Job Work Solicited and ProfiU given to the Students Cf talogues row ready Address Joseph D Mahoney Allegheny Pa h aV1510 BRIOOC jL l A MOT WTMilWi asaefl ffiftsca M tasi iHWtT aCTSsi9 RECISTCRED IN PATENT OFFICE fciPS V - us 3fcA Principal The Evans Denial Parlors i3D9FStil W Guaranteed JJR AA 8etofTeetb0w Branch Office 307 7th St N W Patolcss Extracting 50 CENTS BLACK SKIN REMOVER Mkm X JZZSJv x v ir BEFOR...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 December 1900

it IK V4 mi Mr n 4 To rws Ki Ell WWXEB lHJOUUiiH WlfcaiTOTOT H fi ftBE MT COLORED of j the hair are seen in a day or two after the first application W The price of Ozono is 50c a bottle 4 boxes do the work We make this liberal offer which is good at any time Cut out this coupon and send iv i U8i enclosing with it the sum of One Dollar and we will forward to you four large boxes of Ozono and one larsre bottle of Elpptriril fifrln which makes black skin bright rough skin soft and pliant and cures all tskin diseases Also removes all facial imperfections and actually removes small pox pits We will also include one fancy jar of our Electrical Skin oou natures great oeautiner removes wrinkles moth patches freckles and all facial blemishes makes the old look young and the young look voiincer fjk We will also include one package of our celebrated Scalp Soap which is K absolutely CHEMICALLY PCTRE and n soap but a pure soap should ever Notice All members of the Association known as The Home f...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

M VOL 8 NO 37 US1C IN THE SCHOOLS An Oberlin Graduate at the Helm Miss Harnete A Gibbf in Charge of the Music of the District Colored Schools A Re cord Full of Interest ank Encouragement Mi38 Harriet A GlbbB who was re cently appointed Direotor of Music for the colored schools of Washington D 0 la the first colored graduate of one of the best conservatories in the coun try Oberlin Conservatory of Music Ohio Bhe was born in Victoria Van couverd Island and iB the daughter of Hon M W GibbB U 8 Consul to Tamatave Madagascar She was educated in the public schools and college of Oberiin She studied the rudiments of music as a child but stopped at thirteen on enter ing the high school as her mother thought it too great a tax on her mma and time After graduating from the high Bcnool she entered Oberlin Conserva tory of Music with a view to complet ing the course She supplemented her music with select studies In the college now and then After six years more of study Bhe finished the conserva...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

1 THE SOUTHERN WIZARD The Tenth Annual Conference at Tuske gee Ala Mr Washingtons Announce ment Eloquent and full of Common Sense Prof Booker T Waehington of Tub kegee has issued a call for the tenth annual Negro Conference to be held at Tuskegee Wednesday February 20 1901 Mr Washington rightly says in the announcement Ten years have passed since thefirst conference was held and there are many evidences that show the good in fluence of the movement on the masses of our people The Negro Conference ia working akng specific and well de fined lines it ts seeking to make the Negro himself Improve his own condi tion materially morally and intellec ually This is indeed encouraging to the thousands of friends of Tuskegee who have watched the course of the effects of these conferences continually The well defined lines of those great gath erings are known to the public The resnltSiOf those annual meetings can be seen on a thousand hills in the Black belt of Alabama Women and men who came to ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

BISHOP GRANT ON THE RACE QUESTION Gives His Views to the Future Endorses Booker Washington Received well by Florfdians Bishop Abram Grant D D presid ing over the Fourth EpiBcopal DiBtrict of the African Methodist Episoopal Church with headquarters in the city of Indianapolis lad has been in the city more than a week having been called to the bedside of Bishop M M Moore wboe illness was daily reported in The Metropolis Kaowing the gret popularity of Bishop Grant among his people and BISHOP ABKAM GRANT the esteem in which he is held by many of the beBt white people of FJori da it was deemed timely to have an interview from him and present the same in The Metropolis Since his ar rival in the cityBiehop Grant has practr cally remained at the residence being a solace to the afflicted prelate In reply to queries of the reporter the Bishop who is a clear talker plac ing bj3 worns with much care and at the same time uttering them with pow erand firmness began by saying Those who see destruc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

1 m I m 13 i AH m l n i r r n i l i S UI- 4 w kg IKftaiHBK T BEF0REUS1NG HARTO NA TRASS MARK REGISTERED lS92i USPATENTOFFJCE YtASHINGTOWDC ed Tneianeral of Airs Ann Farago quo of our oldest inhabitants took place 1 iT 1iiBV A 41L J H Wtf WWNWXXWWyWM -v w 7r iW AFTER USING HARTO NA from the First Baptist church Satur day at 4 p m Bev B C Qaarles pas tor officiating The funeralof Mr Nel Bon Brown who had been Bick for Borne months from a stroke ol paralysis took place from the First Baptist ohnrch Monday at 11 oclock a m Bev B C Qaarles officiating The deoeased was 71 years old and well known in this community being one of its oldest citi zens We are glad to note an increased interest in the Y M O A work in our oity On Friday night the 80lh the Y M C A literary meeting was held at the Shiloh Baptist church of wbloh Bev W L Toliver is pastor Among the features of the program was a paper by Mrs Lizzie Q Brown subject Men Wanted which was interestingly and very ably discussed by many of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

POLITY OF THE EPISCOPAL CHDRCH B Rev Owen Meredith Waller Rector of St Lukes Church An Address Be fore the Bethel Literary and Historical Association December 4th 1900 Acts II42 And they continued stead lastly in the apostles doctrine and fellowship and in the breaking of the bread and In the prayers It may be readily seen from these words drawn aB they are directly from the scholarly Greek of St Luke that the Apostolic Chnroh was distinct ly marked by four observances or char acteristics a Their steadfastness In the Apos tles doctrine b Their steadfastness in the Apos ties fellowship dealings doings min istry or form of government c Their steadfastness in the break ing of the bread or the Holy Commun ion Holy Baptiem being included in S f EEV OWENM WALLER the Apostolic doctrine d Their steadfastness m the Apos tles manner of praying or in their Bet forms of prayer at first for twenty fire years in the Temple and the Syna gogues of the Jews These being the four marks of the Church a...

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

l m ii 1 s - ii ju pa 1 i 1 I 6 filSE I Jl frT lTT - nf 1 jjj i un jqAiL - Co THOMAS J CALLOWAY apace and prominet c yon 2t the 2egro Exblbit in yrnr ine I bad in tended to call and ree you but leave for Boston for a fev days Witb bsst re brances Tbo2 J CslJoway Washington D C Dec 2 1800 TkE DZABEiT OF ALL Eeecnwood IU Dec 1st Edi ox Colored American Pieaae fiad enclo ed post efBce order for 2 and accept tbank for jour kind indulgence 1 highly prize year papf r atd of either of the eleven papers I constantly read it tbe dearest Respy H T iJcC KOT SATISFIED TTITHOUT IT McBride P O Mirg Nov 21 Tbe Colored American Yon wil find enclosed eixty centa for which please mall to my address The Colored czn I hare been a reader of yonr paper ior tne iaat few months and am not satisfied without it Yours respectfully E S R LOWG MAY TOU LIVB Eeanfort 3 C November 21 Colored American I can bat tender my hearty congratulation to you for tbe noble fight made by you through tbe columns of your moat v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

THE COLORED AMERICAN WAJSHTN QTON D 0 EEV I B SCOTT D D AN OPINION MOULDER Successful Minister College President Editor of a Church Organ A Recog nized Leader in the Councils An in teresting Life To mould opinion for thousands of people and be the only spokesman for that people collectively and individu ally is indeed a high honor and a great responsibility The Southwestern Chris tian Advocate the offlMal organ of the M E Church is one of the strong forces m moulding public sentiment in this country With due respect to the former editors for the present magufii cent appearance of that excellent journal credit must bo given to its splendid editor and head Dr 1 B Bcott Dr Scott has been a preacher college president and editor and so un like human nature he makes a pro found impression in each avocation and each position seems as congenial to him as the other Wiley University in Texas flourished while Dr Scott was at the head of it and tha solid foundation upon which it now rests wss b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

I t t ti i I J i jf fctll J7V ii i t Wb I n if l i ft J if I 1 t t it J 8 He Colored mericaii Published by The Colored akekicab Pub lishing Cempany A NATIONAL XEGRO NEWSPAPEB Published every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year - 200 Six months Three months - 110 60 DTVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may De sent oy postoffice money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied -with thename of thcwriter 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 V 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 ta 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...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

- THE COLORED AMEBIOAX WASmmtOS B EDHOK MAGNUS L ROBINSON Of the National Leader Alexandria Virginia HIGH IN THE MASONIC WORLD A Washingtonian - Acknowledged Leader in the Mystic Shrine Publisher The Only Negro Masonic Journal Mr Magnus L Robinson of Wash ington D C is a very remarkable maD He is a distinguished man and haa eerved in honorable stations In the great- Masonic body for many yeara aud the whole fraternity has been bane fitted by his membership He has served as Past Master and is a Past Grand Junior Deacon of the Grand Lodge No 2 of the state of Vir glnia Mr Robinson Is also a Eoyal Arch Mason Knight Templar Com panion of Crystic Rite Inspector Gen eral of the 38rd dogreo Ryal Mason and Noble of the Mystic Shrine The National Laader which i pub liahed at Washington City is the only colored Masonic journal published among colored people Mr Eobinson U the owner of this journal Mr Robin Bu has devoted his life work to the JHasoni fraternity and understands the workings of t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

N if m I m JL 1 n 10 i Afro American Editors Wraiiffle J1 A v - j v p mA w a vs vs That past election seems to have had a peculiar eflectupon the AfroAmeri can qaill drivers Whether Bryan or McKinley wa3 the best to timeserve and other matters caused a little word drama Bur aside from the humor and light heartiness the occasion of these opinion molders fumishe3 one who 13 outside the battle lines it goes to show we are dividing upon que3tion3 affecting the country With Fortune asking Harry Smith will ha be good and Manning of The Indianapolis World coming to Smiths rescue is a pretty scene Because Mr Smith would not sing Be True Bright Eyes For tune scored him in the following style Editor Harry C Smith of the Cleve land Gazette now will you be good Daring the entire campaign you have chaBed wih the hare and run with the hound You now have the satisfaction of having contributed nothing to the election of the republican ticket and of having abused good friends who never did him any e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

Things We Would to See Hear and Know The republican states north adopt eomo old kind of a grandmother clause that would disfranchise enough demo cratic votes to offset the republican votes disfranchised by the slick grand father clause that is fast obtaining all over Dixie Free silver resurreoted eyery four years District affairs administered by Dis trict people Why colored enterprises dont learn to do business A few leading colored citizens on the Centennial Commission A colored bureau of statistics with Mr H Y Amatt as director The Hon Cha R DouglaBS chief of a division in the Pension Office Why the colored people of Chicago let the commissionership get away Amfjjr plaoeor two on the inaugu ral committee filled by colored citizens What they woDt do to poor Wilcox Hawaiis native cangreesional delegate More of Dr W P Nappers par-excellent Mandolin Clubs public recit als Bam thin doin for the colored con tingent when the pie counter is set to goin A man who can throw more enttasl asm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

a i i 1 If n i A m UhM mil 8TJ m La PH tf fit r 12 DOWN IN PARAGUAY Its Opportunities and Development A Great Business Field New Opened Hon JohnN Rutin as U S Consul to Paraguay Interviewed Hon Jno N Baffin United Btates Consul to Ascunsion Paraguay 1b in Washington for a few days Mr Baffin U one of the most successful diplomats in the consular service and has done much to cement the friendshtp of the two Republics Commerce and trade hare spread rapidly eince Mr- Rnffin was appointed He was one of the Presidents first appointees in 1897 and began bis duties immediately There Is no doubt bnt that the President will rataln Mr Ruffin in his present posi tion The CoubuI is wrapped up so to speak in the affairs of the little Hepub lie modeled after our own A repre sentative of The Colored American called upon Mr Ruflln recently to as certain the condition and relation of M gjsl 11 HON JOHN N RUFFIN Paraguay Mr Koffln spoke very in terestingly of tha country its inhabi tants and progress ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

COLORED WOMEN IN ATTENDANCE The Great W C T U Meeting a Suc cess Mesdames Thurman Bearden and Otners in Attendance The 27th annual convention of the Womans Christian Temperance Un ion ifc being held in this city this week An evangelistlo service was held In Fountain M E church Friday No vemoer 30 h from 980 a m to 6 p m Sunday at 8 p m a large and enthusr meeting was held in the Lafayette Opera House and the annual eermon waa preached by Mrs J K Barney of Khode Island Monday morning at 0 80 the con vention was called to or der by its Na MRS EOSETTA E LAWSON tional President Mrs L M N Stevens of Maine who deliuered to the con vention her moat excellent annual ad UK83 A most Interesting prrgram is going on daily there being three sessions a day up to December 7feh at the Lafayette Opera House and colored women from many parts of the coun try are delegates to this convention in cludirg Mrs Lucy Thurman of Michi gan national superintendent of work among colored people Mrs Rosetta E Laws...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

1 li lJ I 1 14 - LOVE Written for The Colored American iove ia an angels dream of glory LoTe dear lore the sweet old story Told in the days of our tender youth Told in the words of eternal truth Like aglearo of sunshine piercing the gloom Like a soft silver ray from the bright foil moon It sheds oer the soul an undying light And it makes all the woild seem glad and bright But woe unto the soul from which lore has fled The heart still beats but it beats like the dead And the world is so dark and so full of sorrow That the spirit recoils from the endless tomorrow The once bright future is now dark with desDair For the sweet star ol hope is no longer there We may feel the soft touch of an angels breath But alasLtia theangel of darkness and death BlSHABCK R PL50HBACK 1422 Bacon St Nov 16th 1S0O HON HOKE SMITH Ard Others Dedicate a Colored Presby byterian Church in the Gate City Debate won by Morris Brown Inter esting Notes Frora Atlanta Atlanta Qa Special On Thanks giving day the PreEhy...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C distinct departments under one hundred competent professors and instructors Theo logical Medical Legal College Pedagogical Preparatory English Agriculture Industrial and Musical Forinformation address Rev J E Rankin D D IX D President Geo H Safford Secretary JIvery College Srades ALLEGHENY PA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade School lor Colored Boss ar d Girls Carpen try Brioklajlng Plastering Painting and Interior Decorations Tailoring Dress mafelug Millinery Voice Cultnre and Piano Forte Literary JJepartrrent fr m Primary toorinal Courfce lob Work Solicited and PrcflU given to the fetudents Catalogues row ready Address Joseph D Mahoney Principal Allegheny Pa eusHtro The Evans t8 VtAjLp Tlonial Darlnre Jj SRIOSC L li ricM 1 ujvgs heart NERVt Btost PH4ItDI 1309 F St H W Guaranteed JR fjft SetofTeathUiUU Branch Office 307 7th St N W Painless Extracting 50 CENTS Wanted a caspof bad healtli that will rint benefit Ono gives relief No matter whafs...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 December 1900

ti IS 6 S i I if HBM1 Bj Mill w Et 1 ft r fir fcSflHI ft it i i i i I II j Ir an u If ft L i i N bS Jl Vftj m w n -BE NT DECEIVED nonest statement to the colored race throush this ereat naoer In the year 1871 onr late secretary 3Irs S 31 Moore through a fortunate circumstance acquired the receipt fur OZONO It was not offered for sale or purchase to any extent until 1875 when it was put upon the market and met with marked success After a thorough test by the colored people of that time it was pronounced an honest legitimate remedy truo 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 caue the hair to grow long and straight soft and fine and as beautiful as an April morning Now whenever a genuine article appears upon the market there are always a number of people who imitate and make capital out of the merits of other peoples goods Seeing our marked snccess numerous firms have entered the market o...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

VOL 8 NO 38 C0NGREGA1IONALISM VERY ABLY Discussed Historical Data Believes in Home Rule Delivered at Bethel Liter ary Society to a Large Audience We are Independent Under Christ By R6v A G Garner Congregationalism takes it name from two principles viz a the inde pendence and autonomy of the local church under Christ as head b and the perpertual obligation of fellowship with others These have been called tne ford of its ollipse and Dr Btorrs said They are the two responsive and regulating forces m Its organic system But before saying more I wish to con fess that we do not claim that our poli ty is the best for everybody nor that other other denominations have not some advantages not possessed by us nor that it is the only or easiest polity BUggestied by the New Testament Scriptures In fact so far as I know the New Testament does not directly command any specific ohurch polity Congregationalists claim that in so for forth as we are able to read history and analye scripture facts the e...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

kt torn Its AS Fi - In fi W K tft 1 1 lj t 3T THE ROMANIST CHURCH Lawyer IVcGhie Defer ds the Religion cf his hice Agains the Aspersions ot Biuce Gri and Pleads for Fairness in the Dscussion f all Public Qus ti ns Tammany and the Ntgro The Baker Case Editor Colored American A loyal child of the Catholic Church but none the lesB I trust a loyal member of the Negro race willing to bear in patience the flings and arrows of fair criticism and abuse too if you will Though not a part of the citizenship of the City of New York or called to defend any thing or institution therein neverthe less in the interest of what is fair right and justiceIask space in your pa per to enter a protest against your cor respondent Brnce Grit referring to the divinely instituted Church of Christ m the offensive term used by him The KomanUt Church Recollecting the attitude that mother Church has ever occupied and taken respecting the Negro it ill becomes a member of that race to refer to her it offensive terms...

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