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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

I Modern History as Practiced 1 BY JOHN KDWABD BEUCE One 0 the many reasons perhaps which helped to make a revision of tne Bible necessary in order to harmo nize with modern advanoed thought and scholarship is the unwholesome unwholesome to the Anglo8axon races prophecy contained in Joel III VII Isaiah XV II These words like all others of their import are positive words they are mandatory admit of no evasion no misunderstanding History is constantly repeating if self The application is not hard to see The books of Jeremiah Isiah and Joel contain much food for Negroes It is real comforting to read these passages and in the light of the conditions which exist today not only in Amoiica hut throughout Europe whore the Negro has been or is now oppressed they have peculiar significance and a re markabe depih of meaning There is today a concert of action among the great powers of the world against all the dark races England has subdued India and laid it under tribute Africa ane the We3t In...

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. — 15 December 1900

ie -- ft H 4 A w T W ii 4 - Mi f iviii r HW t5 I - i J1 iSiU 8 r - 2 n f wuj TRACE CTARfc T tEOl STEREO lff2 THE COLORED AMERICAN WAHEDTGTOlf D 0 BEFORE USING HARTO NA AFTER USINGA HARTO N A HARTONA THE GRANDEST OF ALL Preparations for the The Original and Only Hartona Hair IMatchless and Positively Unequaled for Straight ening all Kinky Knotty Stubborn Harsh Curly Hair Hartona will make the hair grow long and soft straight and beautiful Makes the hair grow on bald and thin places Restores GRAY HAIR to its original color Hartona cures Dandruff Baldness falling out of the hair itching and all scalp diseases Hartona doe- nt 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 beautiful ami straight after the use of Hartona No hot irons necessary No pasting the hair down with grease Hartona is positively harmless i box can be used by every one in the family Benefits and improves childrens hair just the same as...

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. — 15 December 1900

CONGREGATIONALISM VERY ABLY Continued from first page d Tinea of Christianity practising loe ta God and man A writer on our polity defined the church as the mauward aide of the kingdom and the kingdom as the God ward side of the church Then our church 1b both dem oratic and theocratic in its polity As ti our dealings among ourselves it is demicratic as to Gods dealings with Ui it is theocratic On its man ward File our church is governed by the jeopleof the people and for the peo ple It affirms the adage Vox eerie gial vox Christi on the one hand and supports the Protsetant axiom of the riht of private judgment on the oth er We are independent under ChriBt and we govern ourselves as we are controlled by the Holy Bpirit By REV A C GARNER holding to autonomy we know we give up ther advantages but we ra ti mally sfcS to our reasonable pref erence We have only two permanent oti viz pastors and deacons All the other work is done by committees aud these are made as our needs de mands By ha...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

f r 6 THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Addressed by Zion Conference An urgent Appeal for Justice -Bishop Walters Speaks Interesting Document Bishop Alexander Waters who has been in Virginia holding one of his an nual conferences passed through the city Wednesday Bishop Walters never forgets to strise a blow for the race and as the head of the National Afro American Council does effective work for that body la view of the consti tutional convention soon to meet in Virginia and knowing full well thai the Negro would eulier more if there is any to be done than anybody else the Bishop was not backward about mak ing a special apppal to the eon5ervative whites for fairness and justice Below vm 72ZV t S BISHOP ALEXANDER WALTERS we reproduce part of the resolutions They are manly and courageous and cannot be misconstrued AX APPEAL TO THE CONSERVATIVE WHITE MEM OF VIBGINIA In view of the forthcoming consti tutional convention to which will be submitted several propositions to be en couched in t...

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. — 15 December 1900

Mr Wibeoan Jr Smashes the Color Line Mr George Wibeoan Jr one of Brooklyns most respected citizens was discriminated against on Saturday night last by a Southern manager of the opera house Mr Wibecan who was accompanied by his wife resented the insult and brought suit against the discriminators who now with his treas nrer are under bonds for the infraction of the laws The case will be tried on Thursday next a full account of it will be in our next issue Southern meth ods cannot prevail in Brooklyn We produce the following from the columns u 7 MR GEO E WIBEOAK of the New Tork EveniDg Journal of December 6 which speaks for itself Section 383 chapter 692 Jaws of 1893 protecting civil public rights8ays A person who 1 excludes a citizen of this state by reason of lace color or previous condition of servitude from the equal enjoyment of any accommo dation facility or privilege furniBhed by innkeepers or common carriers or owners managers or lessees of theaties or other places of amusement...

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. — 15 December 1900

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

OBERLIN NIGHT AT BETHEL LITERARY Former Graduates Deliver Interesting Ad dresses on Personal Experiences in Ober lin College Las Tuesday evening was Oberlin Night a Eetbtl Literary and the auditorium was well filled K v- - ege bred men and women and other inter s prtators Oberlin graduates were highly e5 i - and the college colors yellow and red w hsplaed from the rostrum After prayer pr f I airfield of Howard University the presi irn J ilie Association Prof Kelly Miller spoke n - inH of Oberlin College and its work and PBOF JAMES STORUM i i 5 td the first speaker of the evening Prof ii ts Storum who reviewed the early history of orlm He spoke fen entb and feelinglj of the rt rts anil ultimate success of Rev John J Ship In 1 the founder of Oberlin who formerly opened ti doors ot tue college uecemuui y iojj in ioj3 ulitilin took a decided stand on the slave question tnmin the hist colored student James Bradley th it tear 1 1 of Miller then introduced Mr Clarence C U hin who faiored t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

I v 1 6 fe r 10 THE TAWAWA NEWSLETTER An Interesting News Batch From the Beat of African Methodism African Students Wilberforee 0 Special Mrs L R Armstrong Misses Johanna Gow An na C Smith Charlie Perkins Rev J TSchofield Louis and Cleo Small wood have been onthesicklist but are recov ering Mrs A J Hayee Misses Laura Ogilvie and Jennie Harris a trio of Chillicothe school teachers spent their Thanksgiving at Xenla and Wilber foree They were entertained Wednes day night with a social given by Mrs T D f cott and took Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs Arminta Young Sev eral young men tendered their lady friends a Thanksgiving dinner at the Reed Honee Those who sat around the festal board were Messrs John W Evans Wm F Summons Alvin G Daniels Joseph Garret Misses Lenore Raymond Florence Thomas Minnie Scott Mamie Eloise Fox Delia Oh am bera Blanche Hill Misses Minnie War field of Dayton Amelia Bailee of Har rodBburg Ky and Mr Luther Goseard of Wilmington are among the new student arrivals Rev W...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

Home for Aged Colored Women Pursuant to a call for representatives from the churches of this oity to form an organization looking to the estab lishment of a local home for aged col ored women a few persons met in tbe parlor of the Shiloh Baptist church Monday December 10 h A temporary organization was effected with Mrs Jesse Lawson chairman Mrs White Becretary and Mrs J Anderson Tay lor treasurer They united in a request to invite representatives from all church es hi the city to meet them and form a permanent organization Friday Dec 21 at Shiloh Baptist church 8 oclock Special Notice We the undersigned wish to an nounce that wo are no longer con nected with the Hoffiaan Orchestra and in thefuture will be known as the Empire Orohestra We therefore so licit the patronage of our many friends and the general public Alex Sewall leader 617 E street n w Wm Bobm son 2111 11th street n w Frank Whiting 2030 D street n w Alex ander Lee 12U 37th street n w Ren Paynter 1819 Vermont ave TO THE D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

H m fca y i 12 THE VIRGINIA NEWS A Budget of Racy Social Flashes From a Thriving Virginia Town Charlottesville Va Special The marriage of Rev C N Harris pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist church of this city and Miss Emma M Tonsler the daughter of Pref B E TonBler Prln oipal of Jefferson School took place at the Ebenezer church Wednesday the 6th Inst Rev W F Graham of Rich mond Va performed the marriage ceremony The bride and groom in company with Rev Graham and Mr JL W Hughes of Richmond who acted as best man left over the C and O railroad for Richmond where they pent their honey moon The marriage of Miss Anna Sneed and Mr Joseph Sellers took piece Thursday night the 6th inst at the res idence of Rev R B Hardy in the pres ence of a few intimate friends May the wedding bells continue to ring The Y M C A work is progressing finely The subject for next Sundays Bible study is found St Luke 15 2 The Sunday meeting will be held at Y M C A room The residence of Mr Reuben Scott on Pearl street...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

AN INTERESTING CONVENTION 1 en of the W C T U in the ns Capital No Color Line national convention of the -as Christian Temperance Un- at was held in this city last l go down into hiBtory as a 0ryp on or eirong wumeu wuo te i tl c 6 v w 7 mw ta -no 1 of God and the brotherhood qr There was no color line but to tiit c ntrary all seemed to work in ard harmony and all who came liOr iyvj rl A ms toXLXi y i rgfy t friur jir N 3U mm Jk MgA i I mi m ani i i wii WSSASHHHHWfflWK UJfKSttemaaBSSy 4 f MIYVl Jil vy Mini msziri rAy J43H uWi ii nisaaKata MRS II 0 BRUCE Chairmar of the Badge Committee were made welcome It is to be re greted that more of our ladies did not take an interest in the convention Every lover of home and humanity slutuM unite in helping to push for ward the great cause of temperance Mrs H C Bruce of thia city who is president of the Anna Murray Doug las Union the youngest union in the city with one exception had the honor f itinjr made chairman of the com nittee on badges T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

wsm frig im r an aFIS iX hhu il m mm fP fef it 14 Cure Weak RSen Free Insures Love ana a nappy Home For All How any man may quickly onre himself aftetyears of suffering iromsej ual weakness lost vitality night losses varicocele etc and- enlarge small -wreak organs to lull Blze L W KNAPP M D and vigor Blmply send your name and ad dress to Dr li W Knapp 1811 HulPBldg Detroit Mich and he will gladly send the tree receipt with fall direction so That any man may easily cure himself at home This la certainly a most generpus offer and the following extracts taken from his dally mall show what men think of his generoslt Tear 81r Please accept m sincere thanks for ours of recent d te 1 have given jour treatment a thorough test and the benefit has been extraoroinar It has completely braoedmeup I am Just as vigorous as when a boy and you cannot realize how happy 1 am Dear 81r Your method worked beauti fully Results were exactly what 1 needed Strength and vigor have com pieiereturned and enlarg...

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

- a i HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C distinct departments under one hundred competent professors and instructors Theo logical Medical Legal College Pedagogical Praratorr English Agriculture Industnafand Musical Forinformation address Q Rev J E Rankin D D LI D President Geo H Safford Secretary very College rades ALLEGHENY PA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade School lor Colored Boys aDd Girls Carpen try Bricklaying Plastering Painting and Interior Decorations Tailoring Dress maBlng Millinery Voice Culture and Piano Forte Literary department frrm Primary to Normal Course Job Work Solicited and Profits given to the Students Catalogues row ready Address Joseph D Mahoney Principal Allegheny Pa rushed ThB Evans 3 1 t S8n C Jfc 0 O A V 5M Dental Parlors 1309 FStN W Guaranteed R ftft Set of Teeth PUU Branch Office 307 7th St N W Painless Extracting 50 CENTS Wanted a ca of bad health that R-I-PAN-S will not benefit One gives roller No matter whats the matter one w 111 do you pood A ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 December 1900

- - f si1 mmm m oeri jfr i3j t E 1 I U i i lili I 1 flr s 16 WBM TOEOTED JMXKHJES TABmGR8t9 p w k w w h k k w w 1 Ik J afe J k i ft i IS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft i ft ft ft ft ft mis ft ft n A- ML DEeEIVED To The COLORED PEOPLE KLins of all 1 iai SAY YOUNG MAN1 A goed honest intelligent young or middle aged man who is not afraid to work and wants to make au honest liv ing can learn something of interest to himself by calling at The Colored American ffice 459 C street n w jMust famish reference and be Acquainted with the city l 311 YIi A FACT The Vero Dentist are extracting teeth without pain making beautiful gold teeth and fillings and putting the Yero double suction in all their plates Even with these advantages they can save you money Call now 12th and Penn ave over Davis Hat Store Honis 8 s m to 8 p m Sundays 0 to 4 Al tl OF AMERICA Tonics - BEFORE i AFTER x BEFORE X AFTER A Kecognizing the fact that there are many SO CALLED hair growers and hair straighteners now on the market and k...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

2rV S rjr g iU mmmmmmmmmwi i k IHH Ur wr L TrSBRmmmmmBKQ l n H II i I ff MM I i i Pun I IS H 1 W HI 1 9 ft I Vf Kill P VOL 8 NO 39 MR LOUUIN IN HALIFAX The Great Fisk Jubilee Singers Meeting With Success Mayor Extends Hearty Invitation Alaking a Personal Tour The Original Jubilee Singers Lose None of Their Former Glory Many Halifax people will remember the viaifc to Halifax over twenty yeara ago of the Fitk Univeriity Jubilee Singers on which occasion the Drill Hall was packed and by their mudic tho choir took the town Indeed ihe oountrj generally by storm Since then the choir though now composed of different air gors with the exception of tho musical dreoDcr aad maaagtr Mr 1 J Loudln have sane their way around the globe and have bad the honour of singing under luost dieting uiahed patronage including Her Majes ty the Qaeeu and nearly all the oiner crowneu heads of Europe Their visit to Slon School on Thursday evening was welcomed by a large audience cbe room was full and the recept...

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. — 22 December 1900

r J l r I- s3 B 2 33 A i las a sr I WF f 1 ft ir kt Em 4 HI aiBJ i ima I miiA m 31 Mil I s i Aft r fS fjm ffea 1 ft wu fr lb K II rfSi ft IP ftf Hi m PtoS1 TEE OOTJOEED JATffttRTnA ff WASHES GTOff 25 0 I Post Election Opinions BY JOHX EDWARD BRUCE There never was and there never will be a man who is always praised or a man who is always blessed Dhammapada Exactly bo Another eminent think er obaerves that when Telemachus re paired to the assembly of the confeder ate kings after the death of Adrastus and the Daunians desired peace asoon as they espied him they were all hush ed in expectation to hear him discourse thiB made him blush and he could not be prevailed upon to speak The prais es that were given him by public accla mations on account of his late action added to his bashmlness so that he would gladly have hid himself At length he desired as a favor that they would desist from commending him not but that I am a lover of praise said he especially when it comes from such good jud...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

A NEW ASSE MBLY Social Leaders of the Windy City Organ izeThe Labor Union Nonsense The Crumpacker Bill The Supreme Court and the Jim Crow Car A Musical Lee ture by Prof Burritt tTbe Chicago Office oi The Color ed merl can is located a 59 Dearborn St suite 412 Chicago 111 Special On Sunday December 8th thirty six of Chicagos leading young married and single men met at the office of Dr Wilberforee Williams in reply to a notice sent out by Mr Julias N Avendorph and orga nized an aaaeinbly The membership 13 limited to forty All tftairs given by the assembly will be complimentary and judging trom the limited number of invitations to be issued on these oc casions the hoeialJiue will be drawn closely There will be several bouse parties evea diriJig the seasons ja embeia and their company only will be a lowed The following officers were ctcied Jul us N Avendorph preldeu Njan D Thompson vice president FrauK R Waring JUS ICE JOHN M HARLAN tary Dr Wilberforee Williams treasu rer The executive ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

m m m Vi J fc v- J 4 BEFOREUSING HARTONA TRAOEFSTARRv Registered flTerg USPATENT OFFICE WASHINGTON DC For the Union Leagne Directory of Col ored Business Men Organizations If you are practicing any profesaion 1 yon are in any kind of business if you take pride in any organization of which you are a member would you for a few paltry dimes neglect this op portunity to have your name and bus neea or yonr organization included in a permanent historical record We are now preparing copy for the press If you would not be too late you mast send In yonr name without delay Ono inch 73 cents onehalf inch 50 cents Prominent mention 25conts Andrew F Hilyer 2352 6 n w Washington D O V 1 t ProfGFTHEELMD wSthj St rhllidtlphr ElndculsrherArzt Gu 1 ranieestocure PRIVATE DISEASES EICESSES1 ABUSESBLQOD POISON NERVOUS OEBUITYi LOST MANHOOD VARICOCELE STRICTURE nocumniLndTel0BDintShninktn0rrnnJ UreinDrietieal 8vemhcHDlUlexDcrienceinGennanyJ Stat far bek TrotVaxpnUf ntdldl k cUetrbil frnd J THE COLORED 2M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

BPBOIAL ADVERTISEMENTS WASTED HELP An active enereetic youne man who has some experience as collector and who can ride a bicycle can find employment at this office if he desires to work WANTED Trustworthy o o 1 o r e d man to travel and appoint agents in the District of Colombia 50 monthly and expenses position permanent en close addressed envelope for reply Manager Cross Star Building Chi cago Enolose 2o stamp lor repl and wo will send particulars tailing how ou can maka Irom J75 to 8150 per month and alio bo presented with a fins Gold Watch Address SCOTT REMEDY CO Box 670 Louisville Kv BOOMS FOR BENT Furnished room suitable for man and wife or single gentleman 1181 22d st n w Wanted Rooms Persons desiring to secure tint class rooms In any part of the cit will do wall to put an announcement in these columns it you cava a spars room that on -would Ilka to rent to desirable parties advertise theia la The Colored American Wanted Persons havine rooms to rent to fami lies to oung meh or...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

mw 4M Ki j ii i Jar lJ s fig I HARVARDS FRLUE Roscoe Lonklng Bruce the Colored Student Who Made the Greatest De bate the University Ever Witnessed Botcoe Conklin JbJruce the Harvard debater is one of the most modest men that ever did great things Of Mr Bruced wi rk in the Harvard Tale de bate last Friday a well known Varsity debater now in the Law School the clas orator in bis year has said -The sincerity of his utterance the power and grace of his delivery the poluhed phraseology of his sentence the ease of his whole bearing made him to equal at least ir not to snrpaes any thing previounly done in college ROSCOE CONKLING BRUCE ing And yet the man so praised and bo justly praised receives your congrat ulations with a mixture of frank pleas ure and equally frank reticence For praise he cares nothing at all But for the fact that Mr Bruce has done hs work to the best that was in him to do ic he does care Unlikf many other brilliant men he is net only mode3t but conscientious He iB scru...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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