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

VOL 7 NO 4J FOR THE COUNCIL Bruce Grit Outlines the Well Directed Work of the Finance Committee and Tells How the Sinews of War Can and Ought to be Raised Albany N Y Special Tbe Finan cial Committee of the AfroAmeiican Council la fortunate in having among ita many u oful and wide awake mem bers such an earnoBt conscientious and intelligent gentleman as Mr JesBe Lawaon who la ju3t now in co opera tlon with other memDera of the com mittee devising ways and means by which the Council will be able to es tabl Bh to the satisfaction of all the op ponents of the progress of the Negro the act that it is on earth and hts a well defined purpose in being here The circular appeal waioh Mr Law sons committee is sending out states very clearly and concisely what that purpose is in the following terse Jan guage The time is now ripe for ac tion on the part of the A fro American Council to justify itB right to the con tinued suppi rt of the people by taking steps to meet their laudable deBire to teB...

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. — 27 January 1900

I - - - THECOLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D 0 I I fUHUUBM I Washington iTc isprepared i J 0MifcglPH I I - 8 CAPABLE TEACHERS I 1 r - riPKll I f tfl fe S but applicants must be fully 1 1 J I SE -- rSfelajpmtii I competent to teach or possess i I 1 tig - -S t theabilitytoleamhow to teach I I in - feafe NO SCHOOL NO PAY 1 1 X M Tls mOD HMnnBBHi Bn rt I I 4jg i I I F I u i The Slater Armstrong Memorial Trades Building Recently Dedicated at Tuskegee Alabama RED LETTER DAY FOR TUSKEGEE Opening of the Great Slater Armstrong Memorial Trade Building- Increased Fa cilities for Industrial Education -Growth of Booker T Washingtons Monument Wednesday January 10th was an important day in the history of the al ready famous Tuakegse Institute on that day the Slater Armstrong Me morial Trades Building was formally opened and dedicated Nearly all of the trustees were present and there were many other prominent visitors friends of the institute from various parts of the country present Among the men preE...

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. — 27 January 1900

A HOME FOR THE AGED Distinguished Members of tve Racn Identified wita a most Commendable Charity 8100000 Should be Cheerfully Granted That excellent Institution known as Tne Home for Aged and Infirm Colored Persons is making rapid strides in the accomplishment of its objects It is designed to afford relief to that worthy class of colored persons who have endeavored through life to maintain themselves but from various causes are dependent upon the charity of others The Association is incor porated under the laws of the District and its officers are at follows Bishop William B Derrick of New York president Rev Dr A P Miller formerly of New ilaven Conn vice president Senator T T Allain of Chicago secretary John F Cook of DiBtrlct of Columbia treasurer and James L White of District of Oolum bla sgent Board of Managers Rev J A Taj lor chairman Rev H C AstwoodE R Russell RevR John son Rev W H Brooks Rev J I LoviDg Rtv J J 0 Dent Rev A S f homaa Bishop Abram Grant Bishop C C Pettey Bishop ...

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. — 27 January 1900

f TimriT i rn I I III II III - -------- w w i J Si iemi y ji mrxiiuvm Grit 2iiJ 1 1 Ir i Hi THE COLOEED AMEEICA2S WASHINGTON D 0 A Dmner Scene From a Novel Now Nearly Ready For the Press by Bruce Dr Crummell Historical Club The following program for 1899 1900 will interest all December 12 The Ne gro as a Poet Mrs Anna Pickett De cember 19 The Negro os a Mechanic Miss Sarah E Oliver December 26 The Negro as a Business Man Janury 2 holiday rece3 January 9 The Ne gro inltha World of Art J R Frisby January 17 Tha Negroa 8trike for Liberty Mrs F A Bruce January 23 Tha Negro as a Physician Sirs L J Mana January 30 The Nsgco a Jour nalist John B Bruce February 6 The Negro as a Soldier John D Nichols February 13 The Negro as a Politician A J Oliver February 26 The Negro in the World of Music Miss Eva Wil liams February 27 The Negro in the World of Science John Caldwell March 6 The Negro as an Orator Levi J Mann March 13 The Negro in the Theatrical World Miss Mary Hoyt March 20 The Negro in ...

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. — 27 January 1900

l Vl Mil of this assertion thsn can the news naoer man He inns up against sever al th msand variet iea of folks every day of bib life He conies in contact with all jhaeeB of human nature and to 1 get by develops into a mixer so fantastically mixed that he can scarce ly bee istinguiahed from the common herd The Colored Americans unexampled tier of a years subscription for one mea ly dollar Iris reached every boaVs eyeo or ears To the masses It came as a boon like unto manna from tbe empyiean Ktsf onses are coming in from all quaittrs New friends have rushed forward to gather the benefit of the reduction in price and old friends are rallying until they threaten to loom up as numerously as the army that John saw There are two clasees of peo ple however that our bonanza reaches but fails to score We lose out aftera terrific slide for thelhomeplttfc While 98 out of every hundred enjoy aud appreciate honorable clean fear less and uptodate journalism as type fled in The Colored American le...

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. — 27 January 1900

I ASSSSm6TSfim31UBiSUk 1 iT r c ian IP J s M ft If f 6 ---- vs- - THE C0L0EEI ATvnTnA Nr WASHDTGTO D 0 West BIGGEST CHARTER MONTH Virginia Has Had Years -Exceeds Record of New Jersey Charleston W Va Bpecial Decem ber was the biggeat charter month We8 Virginia baa had for almost a year The number of charters issued was 105 of which 62 were to foreign corporations and 43 to domestic corporations This is two in excess of the record of ew Jersey the principal rival of West Vir ginia in the charter busines It is of great interest to the race to state these charters are written by Mr Phil Waters a comprehensive sketch of whom appeared in a recent issue of The Oolored American He is now the only colored corporation clerk in the country and it is a striking illustration of Faies peculiar workings that he should be called upon to do the Na tiona banner business in this line Mr Waters represents the races highest and best qualities and wins his way by industry intelligently and unceas ingiy a...

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. — 27 January 1900

4 frmF Jhe Political Horoscope We do not think the Hon John Riley Tanner will be a very Joimldable can didate for the Illinois United States Senatorship against the Hon Tnelby II Cullom Cullom is a true aBd tried leader He is sound to the core on every public question He is astaunch friend to the administrations wise poll cles He 18 a stalwart in the Negros cause Why take chances on a change especially when the alternative is John Riley Tanner who permitted Negroes to be shot down at Pana and Virden while trying to earn an humble liveli hood Benator Cullom has done and is doing his utmost to have the election frauds of the South to the end that the public conscience may be aroused and an equitable system of suffrage estab lished Senator Cullom will eucceed himself The Negro should commence organizing in his Interest at once and see to it that no slip is made What has become of Aldrlct Lewis boom for delegate Office doesnt always come to him who seeks the hardest nor who needs jt mos...

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. — 27 January 1900

- - n f J I- d ri i i I I i i assws BHHHB flfSs JH II J - i 1 rl Tir r i i t i i m u f 5lie Colored uiericaii Published by The Colored Aheeican Pub isblng Company A NATIONAL KEGEO NETYSPAPEB Published every Saturday at 459 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year Bix monthB Three months 200 - 110 60 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may be sent Dy postofBce money order express or Dy regisierea lentsr All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not aecehharily lor publication but as a guar antee of good faith We solicit news contributions opinions and in fact all matters affecting the race V e will not nay for matter however unless it Is ordered by us All matter intended for pub icatlonmust reach this office by Wednes dy of each wee to Insure Insertion In the current issue 3jAgents are wanted everywhere Send or For Sale by all News Dealers ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 60 cents per line Display advertisements 2 per square Incn...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 January 1900

WILL SUSTAIN YOONGBLOOD Iba Admirable Leadership of Alabamas National Committeeman Satisfactory to Ue Heal Republicans of bis State Sound Upon Ezery current Issue Hon William Youngblood of Ala bama the capable and efficient Third Auditor of the Treasury and the ac knowledged leader of the republicans o bis sate is too well known through out Lii3 country as a sterling and pro gresslve republican to require an in troduction to our readers A delegation of rt publicans iroui Alabama came to thia city a few days agoif isBaldfor the liliillrll f CsA HON WM YOUNGBLOOD purpose of trying to discredit him with the administration and the leaders of the republican party They might ae well hare remained at home for all the good they accomplished for Col Youngblood 13 today the leader of the Alabama republicans recognized as such by the President He is the Alabama member of the National Committee Bis gentlemanly deportment and fine exe cutive ability and the generally satis factory manner in whic...

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. — 27 January 1900

MT WTfefS tfiff - 14 10 ir ft fl L J aManMptf iHHHliiiiFHBiiHliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii John Staflord is the wealthiest color ed man in Midway Ky Virginia opens the new year lynch ing season with a white man for a vie tim The Old Dominion never could tolerate monotony The people of North Carolina are Congratulating themselves and one another upon the years record of lynchinRe There was but one in the entire state Day is breaking The 500 Pullman car porters with headquarters in Pittsburg have decid ed to form a union and affiliate with the National Colored Mens Railroad Association Subscribers who are in arrears and who desire to pay their honest debts will take advantage of the one dollar rate and send it within the next 15 days De inquent subscribers may nev er have such an opportunity as this again Many of the best colored people will make long winded speeches on race pride and race unity and yet you can not find in their houses a paper or boos or periodical published by c...

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. — 27 January 1900

tKOP US A POSTAL CARD If- You are going out of town You have a guest visiting you Your paator is given a reception you are managing a concert You or your friends are ill An heir is born into your house- uuld A meeting for a speciflo purpose is a Your pastor preaches an exception al good sermon You buy a piece or property You are appointed to an office You know anything of general interest- drop us a card briefly stating ite facts gity Paragraphs For the next 15 days thesubscription pnce of The Colored American will be one dollar per year Those who know fl good thing when they see It will send in this amount by return mail Dr 11 L Tyree has returned to the dty A fair is in progress at Odd Fellows Hall Miss Bailie B Hatchett of Baltimore w9 in tne city last week Mr C J Pickett of the Government irinting Office ia taking a course in law Miss Mae Jones the elocutionist is rapidly recovering fnom a throat affeo tiou Dr Lucy E Moten contemplates vis itmg the Paris Exposition in July or Au...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 January 1900

ft V H IS mj wj ammGvrwimis0 --we-- Inff 3S5S1 Tfeggsss v ESE COLOEED AMEEtOAiT WASHINGTON D 3 REV WILLIAM L TAYLOR D D Worthy Grand Master of the United Order of True Reformers Richmond Va The Controlling Genius of the Races Greatest Financial Enterprise STILL SOUNDING PRAISES The Onliest and Greatest Race Newspaper The Colored American one of the leading race journals of the country if not in f act ihe leading one has re centiyjdonned a new dress and is more readable than ever The editorial an nounoement in part is ob follows Without parade brass bands blowing trumpets or fuss and feathers The Colored American today makes its bow to its 100000 readers in a new dress Always alive to modern ideas in make up and alert to adopt that which is best and convenient in literary quality and form we have changed as many of tbe metropolitan journals have done to a style tbat is at once compact and arUstlc The day of the blanket sheet newspaper is past and this handsome 16 page system is our r...

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

t d us i IN INDUSTRIAL ARENAS Tie generators for the big Metropolis tan powar house in New York 500000 pounds In weight wre made there The largest grain vessel ever built jjfi8 just been compleed at Chicago 43G feet long draft 24 fet Within six months Buffalo will be electrically lighted with light from power at Niagara Falls Uncle Sam has 23 war vessels on t Atlantic coast in Europe 7 on tho Pacific 7 In Asia and one on tha lakes St Louis is growing so fast that of third bridg thee are prospects a telng built over the Mississippi at that point The iron and steel makers are busier than last month Productive capacity in the west is being strained in steel not iron A ten inch gun threw a shot seven miles from Fort Washington to Alex andria The gun can throw a shot eleven miles if it spits on its hands so to speak The carpet manufacturers want to combine and may try It at Phkaflelphia There is a rumor that prices i bicycles Trill take another tumnie Beioi sum mer Invention has now gone...

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. — 27 January 1900

Mr1 THREE EMINENTNEGROES - i Graphically Portrayed by Emi I I J nem Scholars for the Edifica I f tion of Bethel Literarys Cul I i ij - tared Following y I i Bethel Literary and Historical As- R sooiation had a banner meeting Tues I jl - - day evening Three graphic pictures I of of Great Men of African Descent I a j were drawn by three of the races best 9 -U PROF J W CROMWELL p 1 known and best equipped writers I fL i j scholars literateurs and speakers Mr L r t J W Cromwell a olose and accurate I s student of race history and a personal I t friend of the Great Commoner gave fs a hew and original treatment of Fred- riek Douglass MrsCoralie Franklin Cook with delightfjl expression e 1 i graceful diction rare grasp of the au- I thors spirit and purpose analyzed the i character of productions of Alexander r E ilBsWWlii - II1 W 1 IIli If - 40BNH j ffl I - PROF L M HER 3 I -if Jwi5UijeKV j i raSSgHHHS r f yf THE COLOEED AMERICAN WASHTGTOH D 0 HAW Dumas Mr L M Hershaw whose platform uttera...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 January 1900

CHAKLES W CHESMJTT personalities Lave impressed them selves most deeply on the character and hutory of the country This little volume devotes 141 pages to Frederick Douglas3 and has au historical beating that renders it of intriusic alue to any library Tne book iB of the sort that will inspire ambition into the heart aod serve to reinforce a confidence of continued perseverance to those who are doing their best to attain a foothold in self aavanjement Kaunas claims to have discovered a second Paul Laurence Dunbur in the person of a young rhymester L9on Rhodes The Voice of Liberty S T Hardiey editor is the suggestive title of another journalistic craft having Lessburg Fia as its anchorage The Exponent hailing from Co lumbus Ohio is one of the latest journalistic ventures Charles Parker Is the man to see if you dont liKe the papers comment on ytu The special one dollar rate for a sub pcriptiun lo The Colored American will last for only fiiteen days After that date the original price o...

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 January 1900

niV ii I 6U JMmU 1 ii i1 in t c Sgsasoi 16 15c and 20c Hose 9c pair t r a d e OUR making sale was a winner from the first hour Did you see those nob by Sack Suits at 675 Every body thought they were 10 value3 See them to day 150 Fancy Dress Shirts 115 isjzssafeawagssafeg fflJftjTCSRSr sS kmrSSB nh i A D J Kaofman 1007 Pa ave j - i i Sity Paragraphs A symposium to be presented by Bethel Literary and Historical Associs tlon will treat of Animals and Their Functions In the Development of Civili zation MIbb Frances A Riley the energetic insurance agent and well known factor In Washington literary life has re turned from a pleasant sojourn in Richmond Va Metropolitan A M E church will give its pastor Rev J Albert Johnson a grand anniversary reception on the evening ot February 1 He finishes hie twenty fifth year In the Christian ministry Our agents v ill not be allowed any commission for subscription they may take at the one dollar rate It only ap plies to persons who send their money di...

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 February 1900

VOL 7 NO 44 DBCHiKLESbPEMCER SMITH His Spendld Record Re Examlned and a Scathing Rebuke Hurled at Anonymous Letter Writers Nafchville Teen Special From the Church Political DIctlonaryl AsaseinA sneak who shoots from the dark upon a man Btanding in the light Candidate A had men who wants a position some gocd man occupies Mud SlingerA mongrel who hrows mud but is himself so deep in the mire that he cannot be seen J HAn editor cone3pondent 8 Timothy Tice D D a preacher by profession and editor for convenience has a curious chain of circumstances at tendant uoon his malicious a tacks up on Dr Charles Spencer Smith and the A M JE Sunday School Onion His worthy print The Negro Appeal wilh its incongruous tnsemble of mottoes naihd to Its masthead pleading for jus tloe while the tditor is dispensing in ju tice ram nds oneoUhahalcyondays when pirates rode the the beas To the simple mathematician who knows no better than to put two and two together it does seem that the above named gentleman ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

m i ti r ti te Ht i wj2lij 2Si3MlRfiragssjy im mlmffmJi ill ImmmSL aKm m0r HON CHARLES W ANDERSON The Eloquent New Yorker Who Acted as Toastmaster at the Rcent Banquet of The Colored Republican Club of New York MANHATTANS GREETING The Young Mens Republican Association Extends Compliments to the Boys in the Trenches Roosevelt Woodruff Lauterbach Butler and Anderson to the Front Special to The Colored American New York City - The dinner tender ed by the Colored Young Mens Re publican Association of the Borough of Manhattan to the colored republican workers on January 27 1900 at the West Side Lyceum was a magnificent success beiig attended by eeventy -five of the leading and most representative oolored republicans of Gotham and about twenty or thirty prominent and distinguished white party leaders The aflair was managed with consum mate skill by its promoters ana will be remembered for a long time by those who were present as one of tbe most enjoyable and harmonious gatherings of color...

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

j r3 DKOP US A POSTAL CARD If You are going out of town You have a guest visiting you Your pastor la given a reception You are managing a concert You or your friendB are ill An heir is born into your house nold A meeting for a specific purpose is called Your pastor preaches an exception ally good sermon You buy a piece of property You are appointed to an office You know anything of general in terest drop ub a card briefly stating the facts Sity Paragraphs A dinnsr to Editor E E Cooper is talked of Mrs George H White shows many gratifying signs of Improvement Miaa Hattie Eloise Burrell is teaching school at Landover Prince Georges County Maryland Mrs H H Warner of W street has been seriously ill but Is rapidly re covering her normal health Mis3 Annie S ith of the Boston Conservatory of Music is in town Miss rjmitn will remain indefinitely Mr and Mrs Alexander TJnderdown of Cincinnati Ohio are stopping at Mrs Dyers 2009 14ih street nw Mrs Sara Saunders Monroe of Cin cinnati will make ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 3 February 1900

i yrjswt 2 l 7Ta J s was i ffrS i53KI3SGS3ii5rrJ the culukkd AMJhUNrwsE2nTxnsTrrur J pi - 111 radaT S Hon Eomuxtis Z Linney The able and eloquent North Caro llniaa who stands for American man hood and American citizenship A Popular Bepnblican Leader Hon John G Long member of the National Republican Commiitee from Florida attended the State Republican Convention which mtt on the 10th ult in St Augustine J he republican convention of the Second Congression al District met at the same time and place Judge Long was unanimously elected temporary and permanent chair man of the State Convention There were to be eltcteti to the lepuiican national convention to meet in Philadelphia June 19th next four delegates -a t large and two aitrict dele gates It was suggested by the Lilly White element that live of these should be white men but Judge Lone who had made the herculean fight which landed Joe Lee a colored man into the position of Internal Revenue eCol lector for the State of Florida said t...

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