The Ohio Enterprise in Cincinnati, Ohio 4 Apr 1903
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The Ohio Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 4, 1903, Cincinnati, OhioAware amp amp the Ohio Enterprise w. P. Dab by % published weekly by the Ghie Enterprise ��., 420 Mcallister St. Cincinnati Ohio. A May be sent by potato Allce Money Omer Fez Presa or by fog Lathrod letter. All communication for Publ Letton should to get accompanied with the name of the writer wot Nezek Brolly for publication but As a guar a Mee of Good Faith. We solicit news contributions opinions and la fact All matters affecting the race. The company is not responsible for the views of correspondents whenever you fail to receive four Papst act try the office immediately. Notice. Kindly notify us of any failure to receive the Enterprise. Citizens municipal ticket mayor Melville e. Ingall8. President of Council Charles h. Stephens. A a a judge of Superior court Edward j. Dempsey. Auditor Henry p. Boyden. Treasurer George f. Wendel. Corporation counsel Morison r. Waite. Judge of police court Frank h. Freericks. Clerk of police court Peter j. Mccarthy. Board of Public services Telford Groesbeck. Thomas b. Punshon. Clarence j. Neare. William Strunk. Charles h. Dater. Council at Large a Alfred Bettman. Rees e. Mcduffie. F. W. Hendley. Or. A a Albert Muhlhauser. Philip j. Ritter. Magistrate Aaron e. Moore. Conree. Fiel Schmann deemed none necessary Tor killing negro even if the negro was honest capable Indue trient and had never been la trouble before i not one 11 tie word of condemnation for the Slayer of poor Crutchfield whose proudest boast was i am for Julius Fleischmann for what has Fleischmann As mayor done for the negro a through the shadowy past he a Tomb searcher memory ran lifting each shroud that time had caste a buried what has Fleischmann done memory answers nothing his record is tainted with Quot Lily White ism a even Tillman that foul mouthed Cyclops of the sunny South in the midst of his malediction on the negro stops Long enough to shed a tear Over the Virtues of his Humble Friend and attendant a old Black in the Fleischmann vast estates in the Fleischmann vast facing stables negroes Are Persona non grata. We have tried him for three years Why should anyone suppose that the next two will be productive Quot of better results has he shown signs of re sentence the truth is personally or. Fleischmann is a pleasant Young Man and we believe that were he free coloured people would have had a Chance under his administration but you know that he is tied tighter than was Sampson after his hair Cut. The police Force in its entirety i not had there Are some Nice men connected with it but the others Well a let us draw the kindly veil of the mayor is commander 1n-chief and therefore responsible for his Force. Or. Ingalls our candidate for mayor has the respect and esteem of every reputable employee on his Road. He is a business Man who by sheer Force of might and Industry climbed that Rock Laened Road fighting every Inch of the Way from a desolate farm in new England to the present proud Pinnacle of greatness. As president of the c. Amp 0. What did he say when the state of Virginia writhing in the grasp of that Hydra headed monster race pre Judice proposed to put on a Jim Crow Ingalls said a if a a Jim Crow car is put on while i am president i shall immediately move the car shops from the state and get my employees elsewhere a they were not put on As Long As he was president or. Ingalls confidential Man. Taylor who arose step by step from a menial position in or. Ingalls s House now has his desk in a or. Ingalls s office perfect a by saps fied with his Posi Tion and enjoying the re Browne Sbarber shop. Reasonable rates. Best of attention a. J. Brown proprietor. 312 East sixth Street. Boones Barber shop. Best of Barbers. Best up attention hot Andes old Baths plunge and Shower. Moderate rates. W. A. Booing proprietor. 4b0 went Plath. Street choose Between manhood and serfdom. Many of our friends have a seen fit since our Alliance with the citizens municipal party to inundate is with communications filled with advice or overflowing with sympathetic de a up jct of every official on precaution of our temerity in boldly j the big four building let risking our temporal Prosperity by taking a Chance with a minority we billiards Pool Fine wines liquors and cigars. First class 8ervice. 512 Plum St. John Stowers. Shweky Cooper amp 60. Props. Courtesy Cincinnati enquirer. Theodore Roosevelt. Thank our friends both for advice and their solicitude but we respectfully suggest for their consideration Tho fact that this is not. Our Maiden offer on the Field of Battle where the interests of our people both from a civic and racial stay Point Are at take. We realize just As fully As yourselves the Handicap carried by tli6 citizens Mune pal party. We realize every detail of this Campaign of honesty . Virtue versus vice. We know that the so called Republican administration is in control fortified at every a Point armed with that weapon which has achieved a thousand victories Money yet with All the disadvantages Scarcity of funds Lack of organization ignorance of the masses be have right on our tide Quot thrive armed is he who hath his quarrel would you have us forsake the cause of Justice of Light solely because the opposition seems o have better prospects of winning would you have us Bow to wealth to Power rather than to virtue would Jesus give such advice would you have forget that Fleischmann so called Republican mayor of Cincinnati assisted to that station by you and myself has officially done nothing for the coloured people of this Community but uphold Force in a treatment of them so humiliating debasing Quot we heartily endorse the citizens barbarous that even Russia furnishes municipal party feeling that an Organ us look t another pictures Fleischmann and the position he Grants As a tribute to our people. Charlie Lewis a Nice Young fellow poor but honest a messenger for Dan Brown esq., and other officials in his Day forced to put on a livery Force to appear in that garb in order that the visitors of the aristocratic mayor May not suppose that he is any thing but a servant one of the Lily White party organs of last week would have us believe that mayor Fleischmann considers Charlie his confidant and that the uniform ? he wears places him in class with King Edward our former chief Deitsch and col. Millikin but we Are not that Green even if we Are coloured. As we wander once again in memories Hall we Seo the Hon. H. P. Boyden our old City auditor. Do you remember him and yet ask us to forsake the party with which he affiliates god forbid that the negro should Ever forsake his friends to worship at the shrine of mammon a those who Are kindest when Fortune is a kindest they shall be first in the songs that we win or lose survive or perish we give our hearts and hands to this Causo a a and we will speak for it a though hell itself should gape and bid us hold our the Keystone. Fine wines liquors Beers and cigars. 520 Plum St., n. E. Corner Cincinnati of Chas. Elms mix Logist. George Crittenden amp Stanford Moss. All sporting events received by special wire. The recept. Headquarters for Railroad men. Pool. Billiards. Wines. Liquors. A Beers. C Gars a 426428 West fifth St., Cincinnati a a a in the heart of Ollie Dempsey Pron Neton Leslie Blackburn and 6cl. S. M. Brown. Mix Toloy 1st�. J billiards and Pool. The Waldorf Fine wine. Liquors and Algara. P. 413 West fifth Street Cincinnati 0 Courtesy Gic Ciccati enquirer. M. E. Ingalls. Everybody knows m. E. I Gads a gentle an to the Core courteous Albite to Rich and poor. He has Ever been Friendly to coloured people. This Quality is very rare these Days. He has always Given them employment Al Way treated them. As men As gentlemen. He places no badge of servitude upon his coloured employees and should you Ever go to his office you will see a neatly attired coloured Gen to that class. We Trust our friends will not be mislead by the Many false reports concerning or. Ingalls on the question of wages. We have known or. Ingalls personally for Many years and can truthfully say that we have never known him to Dicker or bargain or Endeavor to lower prices. Every coloured Man should support or. Ingalls most heartily. He is Independent and stands for the right. He wears to Many a Collar. When he Felt that Tell try h. Grothaus druggist and pharmacist n. W. Cor. Court and Cutter streets Cincinnati 0. Greenland s pharmacy drugs and medicines. Prescriptions carefully prepared. S. E. Cor. Sixth and Elm sts., Cincinnati 0. Open All Naglit. Telephone main 1805. Coal and ice prompt service a help Rutes. We. A. House. 826 Mcallister Street. Leman sitting at his own desk with it Mckinley was right on the Money a tire supervision of his department question he supported him openly and he will not be clothed boldly and you May rest assured that in livery with big brass but As mayor of this City he will be a no parallel in its treatment of the jews would you have us forget that when we wrote an article two years ago giving details in numberless a stances of police persecuting mulatto women for being with coloured men that mayor Fleischmann although his attention was called to the article simply pushed it aside with the remark that the writer was a who Forhead eds and when a committee of representative ladies and gentlemen called in regard to the matter he contented himself with saying Quot that the police were looking for bad characters would you have us forget that when poor Charlie Crutchfield was killed by a member of the police Force the said member Shaffer caught in perjury a score of times was put Banff on the Force clothed in Honor by the mayor who recommended that he by reinstated on the Force and receive Bis Back pay no word of reprimand for the perjury committed and of Iza Tion of this character can better conserve the interest of the Community than either of the dominant political parties. The present Campaign is devoid of issues that could truly a Puneet it with National affairs and persons making an attempt to do so rely solely upon the weakness prejudice or stupidity of their hearers. We have had three years of service from those who desire to serve us again. L o we not remember what has happened to us in those three years do we not think can we not study what is Good for us now we thank god that our people in Cincinnati Are Wiser than in Days gone Fey. We thank god that the coming Campaign will show that they Are holding up their Heads learning thinking As in other cities and that no longer will a Little a Ajo flying Quot Lead them to the polls As the lambs Are led to the Slaughter. Great Britain has 1,954,000 Domestic servants earning �68,500,000 per annul. Pons As is the Case in another office not Many Miles from the City a a Hall. A some White persons dress their messengers so that you can by no possibility mistake them for aught than denials. Or Ingalls does hot belong mayor that you can hold responsible for his actions. A few unscrupulous persons Are circulating the Rumor that or. Ingalls proposes making this City a a preachers or. Ingalls is not a Goody Goody Man. He believed in Liberty not License. In Justice not blackmail. A few riddles and answers. A few Why did the coloured speakers at me Walnut Hills meeting dwell so Long on Roosevelt because they wanted the people to forget what has been done to them Here for the last three years a 0 Why did those speakers refer so often to Dabney and the Enterprise because they wanted to keep the people from Reading it knowing that they would learn something. Why did Fleischmann escort Leuders to the Bench at the beginning of Bis term because Birds of a Feather flock together. A of Why did Fleischmann not use his influence on Cox to get Page and Moore re instated because they were Black. A of Why did Fleischmann make a Bluff at closing rag time joints v to get rid of the negro musicians who played in them. �?o�?1�? Why do not the politicians Tell the people Here that Roosevelt believes in non partisan politics for municipal elections because they know that the coloured people would jump the Cox ticket. Why does the commercial Tribune dwell on Quot crap games and coloured Campaign committees because its coloured reporter would be fired if lie so anything respectable about his Otodle. Thiesing a prescription pharmacy Lincoln and Gilbert avenues Walnut Hill. J. Linnemann prescription pharmacist we Iii descriptions As the Dodo is dyers pure drugs. Popular prices. Phone North 1055. Oor. Park ave. And Chapel St., Walnut Hill Railroad Exchange. Choice wines liquors and cigars. Pool and billiard parlor. A ordeal Welcome to All h. At. Fuller pm in 0x0 wout fifth. Street. U a a a go to. Joe blocks 03 sixth Street. Walters goods a specially. Mrs. Susie Wilsoh restaurant. Meals 10c. Is and 25c. Beat service Day and n a t. All hour Call on us. Oao Broadway
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