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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

FREEDMENS HOSPITALS WORK The Magnificent Showing in the Annual Report of the Surgeon in Chief Dr A M Ourtis A review of tire annual report of Freedmens Hospital for the fiscal year ending Jane 30 1900 furnishes much interesting data for serious reflection as well as for satisfactory contempla tion by good citizens in general and Afro Americans in particular The re port is of peculiar interest to those who are interested in the development and advancement of the Negro race both frim a philanthropic and scientific point of view It is replete with in teresting information and contains some splendid illustrations which con- DR A M CURTIS vey through the eye a more accurate conception than the mind could other wise receive of some of the work this grand institution is doing To those who are interested and will take the time to study the statistical tables contained therein there is much to be learned about the diseases which are interfering mostly with the longevity of the race It will b...

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. — 22 December 1900

i 3lje Colored fiiiericaii Published bv rHE Coloeed Astebican Pub llsblng Company A SATIOKAL NEGBO NEWSPAPER Published every Saturday at 459 C 8t N Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year - - 200 Six months Three months - 110 60 INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE Subscriptions may do sent ny posloffice money order express or by registered letter All communications for publication should be accompanied with the name of the writer not necessarily lor pnblicatlon but as a guar ante e of good faith We solicit newB contributions opinions and In fact all matters affecting the race W e will not pay for matter however unless It is ordered by us All matter Intended for publication must reach this office by Wednes day of each wees to insure insertion in the current tssue V3 Agents are wanted everywnere Send or instructions ADVERTISING RATES Reading notices 50 cents per line Display advertisements 2 per square incn per inser tion Discounts made on large contracts Entered at the Post office as second cla...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

A RICH PLUM An Atro American Clerk in Ohio Tbe election of Hon L D Laylin aa secretary of stale in Ohio at once brought out several candidates for the position of corporation clerk a rich plum for whlh for years has been ac corded to the Afro Americans The most prominent candidates vere Cal vm S Reynolds present incumbent Maj r Charle3 W Fillmore now clerk in the department here In Washing ton aud Mr Charles Doll of Chilli collie It is claimed that Fillmore when out in Ohio last fall declared that he would not be a candidate for the place he having held it for five years previous to the Spanish American war when he resigned to accept a lieuten ancy in one of the immune regiments His announcement that he would not be a candidate led the others to not reckon on him in the race but to their surprise they found that he bad se cured the endorsement of Senator Hacna and a few weekd ago was as good as lauded The old adage of many a slip betwixt cup and lip was true in however for when Geor...

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. — 22 December 1900

11 U n at iii K IAw a IM 10 A POWER FOR REFORM Mrs Francis Joseph of New Orleans An Eloquent Champion of Prison Reform Work and an Active Member ot the W C T U An intelligent and representative gathering of the women of the women of the race was in the city last week attending the annual meeting of the W C T U Conspicuous anions them were Mrs Francis Joseph of Louisiana The New Yosk Defender spoke of Mrs Joseph in its last lasue as follows Mrs Francis Joseph of New Or leans La the preiident of the State TV 0 T Union i8 rne of the erreatest MRS FRAtf CIS JOSEPH women of her race She has just re turned from a trip to Sootland as the national delegate of the W 0 T TJnion representing the entire organ zation of the United States No greater honor has ever been conferred upon a woman of our race and no woman of any race 1b more deserving of such an honor We have known Mrs Joseph for twentyfive years In the otty of New Orleans Her great ability as a leader began to assert itself whilst she...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

A spacious apartment richly furnish ed in the centre of which is a magni fiicent throne the base of which oon taina a stone from every European country in the late world Beated up on this throne is the white heir pre sumptive Burrounded on either side by blue eyed Saxons Back of and on either Bide of the throne are the flags of all nations except Africa Hawaii and Hayti hung in graceful folds about the throne lTomdiately in front of the heir presumptive and his associates a company of white angels with harps timbrels lutes and other heavenly in struments are playing for the edifica tion and delectation of the King to be perhaps Kiplings White Mans Burden which has been set to music by one ol the white angels who was an Instructor in Music when on earth Soon this charming eelection gives place to the National anthems of all the European countries and another company of angels all white- five from eacb oountiy form a circle around the Heavenly Orchestra and unite their mellifluos voic...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

M ft 2 r t fl J i lM SiiSi ntai MO mm f rw Hrf tJ Wffel si er m il IM i ft ff lBl - i J Vr i Ii ffl li Si i i Pall BH r sW31 If frrla l Hii HI3 sJiH K r m si fR I fejjlfcll ffll 4 ffl M WlH ti CI lS il J ur 1 ffej 12 AN INTERESTING LIFE GEORGIA Young Man who has won hisway in the Business World Railway Postal Clerk Owner of a Drug Store Mr A S Beasley A Criterion for the Young Afro American The claim that all the colored people who have made any headway alone fi nancial lines are the antebellum ones is a mistaken idea and every day brings news to the contrary While it is a fact that there are a great many of the older class who are engaged in tel ling legitimate pursuits yet there are young Afro Americans college gradu ates who are meeting with tremendous bUcceiB in the commercial and profes Bional lines Mr A 8 Beasley the subject of this sketch is a living exam pie of the young AfroAmerican who ASwSA MR A S BEASLEY has by thrift economy and sheer force of oharacter won his way succ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

BE The Negro preBa iB growing daily in power in influence and in usefulness I champions the catiBe and fights the battes c f the race Intelligent colored people everywhere recognize thiB fact aid they are gradually learning to give the best papers substantial support To emphasize this truth The Colored American publishes occasionally a few oi the many letters received They b peak speak for themselves We omit namea for reasons Still there are Hundreds of namea on our subscription books marked delinquent bad pay etc of persons whom we know are able and willing to pay but who procrastinate and put oil until they are ashamed to write If thiB strikes your case dear reader write us at once and send the amount you think you owe We will not become oflended A NOBLE PAPEB Grrdnnsullc Va Dec 10 1900 To The Col o J American Please find enclosed an order for fur jour noble paper Always continue it E S J ALWAYS BE ABLE Fditor Colored American Dear Sir Enclosed pl ase fnd rheck for 2 on account of...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

I SI MS m m E - rt3 14 Cures weaKtvien Free Insures Love ana a nappy Home For All How any man may quickly cure himself after years of snfltnugirom Be nal weakness lost vitality night rosses varicocele etc and enlarge small weak oigans to -full size W KNAPP M D and vigor Simply send your rame and ad dress to Dr Li W Knapp 1811 Hull Bldg Detroit Mich and be will gladly send tne free receipt with fall direction so that any man may easily cure himself at boms This Is certainly a most generous offer and the following extracts taken from his dally mail show what men think of his generoslt rear Sir Please incept m sincere thanks for ours of recent dte lhave given jour treatment a thorough test and the benefit has been eztraordlnar It has completely braced me up I am Just as vigorous as when a boy and yon cannot realize how happy I am Dear Sir Your method worked beauti fully Resultt were exactly what 1 needed Strength and vigor have com pleiereturned and enlargement is entirely satisfactory...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C B jaMali nrtft rm Titini1fvl t nncenn ot rt instructors Then- i I COIBJA LCUt piUlV MUU -- -- Premraton English Agriculture Industrial and Musical for information address Rer J E- Rankin d w i resiaoK Geo H Safford Secretary Jlvery College rades ALLEGHENY PA A Tract cal Literary and Industrial Trade t chool tor Coioitd Boys ard Girlp Carpen try Bricklaying Flnstering Painting and Interior iiK omttons Tailoring Dress innKirg V Ultiien Vote Culture and Piano Foil llternry epartn ent fr m Primary toniml Court lob Work Solicited and Proflu given to the btudents C talogues row retdy At dress Joseph D Mahoney Principal Allegheny Pa eusHeo la The Evans V Z3J Ifiin V tf cnt BcfH v a Denial Parlors 1309 F StH W Guaranteed R fJA Branch Office 307 7th St N W Painless ExiractlDg 50 CENTS wante I i eaf bad heMth that will i t i lit 0D9Rl s relief No matter wliat3 tifM IlTonowlilduynH rooiI Acurewlllrc nit if uir ptnmiaro followed Thev banish pain nittvsl pnirolii...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 December 1900

PJI 4 St i f 1 a 1 vr 3 ji - V J if If HI WIU UUB jii i four large boxes of Ozono and one larpre bottle of Electrical Skin Refiner which makes black skin bright rougo skin soft and pliant and cures all skin diseases Also removes all facial imperfections and actually remove small pox pits We will also include one fancv jar of our Electrical Skin k Food Natures great beautifier removes wrinkles moth patt hes freckles and all facial blemishes makes the old look young and the young Jook younger I HJ We will also include one package of our celebrated Scalp Soap which is i absolutely CHEMICALLY PURE and n i soap but a pure soap should ever j The Louvre Glove Co 931 F street rx w has the largest variety and style ot goods in the glove line of any store in the city Ladies can find everything they want in the gloveline In this store All styles and prices of mens gloves are also sept here The announcement of this store in The Colored American will gixe all the information desired The Colored ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

C K 0 < < > c 1 1 t ifj ifjI I Down the Chesapeake i I 9 J tj ffi ifj ifjI I = Newport News Va Special I left leftWashington leftWashington leftWashington s Washington Friday evening Decem Becenrber December Decems December ber 14fch 4t on the steamer Washington Washingtonfor is isik Y for Oldroint Old bmt Int Bndyeacbed and reached there about abouteight abouteight aboutr 1 r l eight oclock oclockWashington Saturday morning The TheWashington TheWashington ik Washington steamers do not go to toNewportlTews toNewportNewet toNew New NewportlTews ort News hence I had to take takethe takethe takemiles T the troljley tro le ey cars for a ride of tan mi mia miles milespassing milespassing a passing through Hampton Phoebus Phoebusand Phoebusand Phoebusand and Newport News I had never been beento beento beent t s f to Newport News but had heard agreat a agreat agreat great deal about it The census of 1890 1890gives 1890gives 1890gives gives it a population of about 10000 10000but 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

oif i Hj Hjt t itfJ r t Jl fj j f J1 tj f i L TxEOMENS j ORyD Mrs N B Hill of Arkansas ArkaDs s Is Pro Proprietor ProprIetor Proprietor ¬ prietor of the theers Pine Bluff Herald one ofhe of ofthe 01the the t he beet newspapers in in that section sectionMn sectionMr Mn Mr F Joseph Jo Joon eeph the pioneer worker workeramong workeramong among am on g the theag colored girls glrl in New Orleans Orleansa3 Orleanswas W was a3 one of the delegates to W C T U UConvention UConvention Convention held in Washington Wa WaBhinl bington ton notlong not notlong notlong long since sinceHrs siDceMrs sinceMte Hrs B BK K Bruce Lady Princpal PrincpalToskegee PrlnctpaITuskegee Prlnctpala6kegee Toskegee T Institute attended the an annual annual ¬ n nlast nual nal debate between Tale and Harvard Harvardlast Harvardlast last week Mr r Roscoe Con Conkling kling Bruceao Bruce Bruceher Bruceber her son w wers wai wa ao one of the principal speak speakers ¬ ers for Harvardvisa Harvard HarvardMiss HarvardMiss ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

0 = 4 TIrE nOLOnED AMEm AN W A I1GW D IIARTONA IIARTONATHE tl tlTHE THE CRANDEST CRANDESTOF OF ALL ALLPreparations ALLPreparations Preparations for the Hair HairThe I IJhe The Original and Only Hartona HartonaMat ry ryMatchiessandPositively Mat MatchiessandPositively bess and Positively Unequaled Unequaledfar for Straight Straightening Straightening ening all Kinky Knotty Stubborn I = i 4 BEFORE BEFOREUSINGr USING IG fgFTERUSlAIGI FrERUSINGi FTERUSINGi FTERUSINGiHartona Harsh Curly Hair HairHARTO HairsHARTONA > HARTO HARTONA NA JiARTONA JiARTONAHartona JARTONAHartona Hartona will make the hair grow long and soft straight and beautiful Makes the hair grow on bald and thin places Restores GRAY GRAYHAIR GRAYHAIR GRAYa a HAIR to its original color colorHartona Hartona cures Dandruff Baldness falling out of the hair itching and all scalp Bcalpdiseases diseases Hartona does oes not nothave nothave nothave have to be used all the time as it straightens the hair and gives it fresh life a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

< < k iLi t c a y Ii r l I H SPECIAL ADVEBTISSMSOTS ADVEBTISSMSOTSWATED ADVERTISE AI VERTI8E MENTa MENTSWANTED MENTaWA WANTED WA TED HELP HELPAn An active ve energetic young man who has some someexperience someexperience someperiefce experience e x as collector and who can ride a bicycle bicyclecan bicyclecan can ecan find employment at this office if he desires towor to towork towork work wor > < WAITED ANTED Trustworthy Trustworthy colored coloredmo c o lore l o r e d dIn dman mo In to travel tl v l and appoint agents in inthe inthe Instrut the Dl Dlnd District strut of Columbia 50 monthly monthlyand monthlynd and s nd expenses expens eas 91 position pssmaneoten pssmaneotenckwe Aer naneuten sticse close self seif addressed a envelope for reply replyManager replyMIOBgir replyr Manager r Cross Cro Star Building Buiidin < Jhi JhiEnclose Thle i ic e go goEnMO gosloes Enclose EnMO sloes < < 620 2o stamp for reps and we will send sendparticulars sendplcnlara sendsca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

1 L Li i 6 TTTF CGGLOHED 1CAi p W Wak331i17GatJli IKGTOS H iJ nR o c QUESTIONS AI AND JD ANSWERS ANSWERSFrank ANSWERSI ANSWERSFrankA ANSWERSPrankA iJ I i FrankA Frank A su superficies erficies is a figure of oftwo 01two 1 two dimension dn3n 1 1breadth ensionQ viz length leD ih and andbreadfcb 2Ddi an d i if breadth breadfcbOne breadthH H i r One of the most popular lawyers at atthe atr r the Ro Boyal al Court of Martinique was the thecelebrated thel thecalebrated thecelebrated l celebrated M Pay Pa a mulatto mulattoSam mulattof mulattoSim f Sam S m H HT HThe The e immediate cause canseofthe canseoftheli of thereformation the thereformation li reformation in in England d was a quarrel quarrelbetween quarrelf f r between Henry s VIII and the Pope Popel Po Pe Per r l 2 Henry ViII died in 1547 and was wassucceeded wassucceeded t succeeded by b his son Edward VI VIS VIJ VIS J S L R he great fire of Lordoa Lordoabegan LOLdoDbegan Lox don donbean began September 2 1666 and continued contin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

Mc iiiI ii dii j I l f Ui UiZ I 1 1I1JE Z I1JE 0003103 SQUEETCGEff W TAEBINGTON BHIMJTOIf J SL B t SL r Ii > 1 OPPORTUNITIES IN THE WEST WESTMr WESTMr WESTMr Mr Robert Pelham Pelhama a Former Editor Tells TellsAn TellsAn TellsAn An Interesting Story and Gives Inseances In Insianees Insiances sianees of Individual Successes SuccessesBethel SuccessesBethel SuccessesBethel Bethel Historical and Literary As Aseoclation Associatlon Asociation e eoclation at its meeting Tuesday night nighthad nighthad ehad had under discussion the 0pportunitleg Opportunr Opportunrties Opportunities ties offered theNesro the Ne Negro ro for development developmentin in the West Mr Er r Robert Pelham Jrt Jrtwas Jr Jrwas Jrwas was the essayist of the evening MrPelbam Mr MrPelbam YIr YIrPelbam Pelbam had prepared with great care carestatistics care8tatisti carestatistics statistics 8tatisti s and tables showing that the thechances thechances thechances chances for the Negro to secure paying payingemploymen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

r < SHE HEUOL 1tED j1 1 j 3 r D 6T lIL i q t f 1 E Celebrated G GOn ra Its f fOn r i = h + < i < r r 2ersr ersry ersryI ersryOn I On Thursday e i je C 20tbOld 20tbOldArk 20th Old OldArk Ark Arkcelebrated Lodge No 1695 169 L i O of 6 F Fcelebrated J Jcelebrated celebrated its twenty twentyfifth fifth anniversary anniversaryat anniversaryThe at the Odd Oddas Fellows Hall Hallat The hall hallwas hallwas beautifully decorated with flowers fiowsrsw fiowsrsbanners flowersreecs flOW6lBgreensJ w was as flags and andP banners D G M MHartin MMartin greens reecs Martin and andm P N Fs James T Walker WalkerWilliam WalkeriUiam William iUiam m L Tignor and Thos E Scott ScottWere Scottwere Scottwere Were among the speakers s peaker of the even evenDg evenDg evenH P N I F + W EL H White acted as asMaster asMaste Dg ngMaster Master ofmina of Ceremonies s After the pre preliminary preliminary ¬ the guests guestspttook guestsptttook exercises were over U liminary mina rY pttook attoo k of a m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 December 1900

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