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The Ohio Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 4, 1903, Cincinnati, Ohio% forget me not Fob april 6,1 mayor Fleischmann has worked hand Inland i h judge led is. See times Star. July 9th, 1900. Mayor Fleischmann investigated and will hold up licenses of rag time places. Orders will be Given to police to see that All such places cease to exist. A a a / Only 10, times Star got heavy sentences. The notorious Ida Wise was fined $r>0 and costs and two White women. Madge Gray and Hattie Davis who were found in the place with coloured men wore sent out to the works for four months. The coloured men. Jas Williams and we Hunly. Were sent out for four months also. See the difference with these White men july 11, times Star. One had Hatchet the other razor. Two men fined $10 and costs Adam Conrad of 1112 Elm Street struck his wife with Saucepan and hit her in head with lunches. Alfred Perry chased wife and family out with razor. July la times Start ragtime saloons Are doomed. The mayor determined to suppress these places at once and called for a consultation with judge Lueders. Prosecutor Holme Ami col. Deits Cli. It was decided to raid them until the people would be afraid to go. A july 12 times Start a private Telephone line will be put Between the private offices of the chief and those of the mayor in the City Hall and his business place on Plum Street so that they can be in close touch with each other. You coloured men should now realize that mayor Fleischmann knew what his police did july 21, the times Star a the ragtime places have not quit business according to reports received at Headquarters. July 30.�?clara Colville a direct a White girl who has been around with rag time negro musicians was sent to the works by judge Lueders Mon a Day. Re a t a a Well get Quot the Republican Organ the times Star and read from july 2. 1900, j to August 15, 1900. You will under a stand the whole business. Coloured musicians were finally barred and then rag time with White musicians was All right did you not notice that around Chester Park last summer j times Star october 21, 1901.--the manslaughter Case of patrolman Shaffer who shot Chas. Crutchfield was continued in police court to october 25. Judge Lueders said he was convinced that the officer acted entirely in the line of his duty and that the cs6e should go to the grand jury without a hearing in police court. February. 1902.�?officer Shaffer acquitted of the charge of murdering chasm Crutchfield was granted four months Back pay. The time represents his period of suspension. The mayor recommended the payment of the salary this Man Shaffer committed per juy a score of times but what did mayor Fleischmann head of police care for that it was Only a negro i led and he had no business speaking to the George Street Belle even if if he had been accustomed to meet her in the House of a witness and even though this George Street Belle did pay the expenses what do you think of maj. Hosea so failed Republican candidate for Superior court. Judge do you know that Only a few years ago at the Bath House on race Street when he saw sex gov. Pinc Friback. A coloured Man. There and when he found out from the proprietor that reputable coloured men could attend that this maj. Hosea never came Back again do you know that in the last session of the legislature the Bill of True coloured member Hon. Geo. W. Hayes to give coloured newspapers some advertising was killed in the Republican committee of which Hosea was chairman a of. A h. P. Boyden f the greatest auditor Cincinnati Ever had. Henry came last year a big body a 1 of citizens were named by mayor Fleischmann. But not a coloured Man 1 in pardonable ignorance we. Robson restaurant 316 East front St. Was included in the last Campaign of the fusion lists Cox sent a reputable1 coloured Man to Tell the coloured of unionists or. Cox says Quot if his Side is elected he will give the coloured people not Only As Good offices As they have but better not Only As Many offices As they have but More what happened after the election the of unionists had created two first class offices never before held by coloured men. They lost under this administration the position of assistant Book keeper negroes were put in the sewer to work and few were left on the Ash go Down to the front Street pumping station in fact go any where that the masses of coloured people Are employed under this administration and talk confidentially you will learn something about these people now asking your support on account of the grand old party a that talk Al it out or. Ingalls son running Over a poor old coloured woman is untrue Frank Engen Carriage manufacturer is the guilty party. Or illimitable unscrupulous Ness the coloured Cox Organ defies us to name one coloured lady insulted by the police. All right miss Lila Rickman sister of mrs. Chap. Davis of Cumminsville was insulted by two policemen who saw her in a car with or. Robt. Bryers and thinking she was White interrogated her in that regard she indignantly declined to give them information. They questioned or. Bryers but receiving no satisfaction followed them to her House or. Chas. Davis her brother in Law and or. Bryers. Went to the station the i guilty men finally apologized and As an excuse said to their Superior offi i cer Quot you know we have our the matter was reported to mayor Fleischmann. First through the press a afterwards by a committee of ladies and gentlemen headed by Rev. Prowd. There Are Many similar cases. We voice a protest against these in dignities knowing that a race that will permit its women to be insulted without protest deserves to be dishonoured coloured men Are losing ground Here politically every Day negroes being dropped White democrats converted and substituted How about Eugene Leavells Job gone As or. thinks one negro a messenger in that office enough representation i the citizens municipal ticket is clean from top to Bottom. You need no introduction to or. Boyden he broke the ice for you six years ago. Or Ingalls or. Wendel or. Free Ricks a Well the whole ticket merits your support. Will you be men and give it the last Issue of or. Cox a coloured Organ says Quot we beg to submit the following As Sample of the race prejudice that has marked mayor Fleischmann s administration which the coloured citizens will endorse at he it then attempts to give a list of coloured office holders labourers lawyers etc., As being indebted to mayor Fleis ii Mann for their positions. Mayor Fleischmann is entitled to the Honor of one coloured appoint. Ment which pay $720 per year out of an office Force whose salaries aggregate $12,000 per year mayor Fleischmann has nothing to do with the other coloured people employed i even the coloured police Are put to or. Fleish Mann a credit while in fact the Only one appointed during his administration passed his examinations successfully under the of unionists there arc not 18 coloured police Peter Whitlow gets instead of $1,500 a year Only $3 a Day Chas. Henson and Henry Higgins Are nearer to $900 per year than $1,200. There is Only one coloured detective or. Jas. Allot or Reed is acting detective reviving the salary of a police officer. Or. Fleischmann has nothing to do with the earnings of lawyers Dalton. Brown and Dixon. We can however give mayor Fleischmann the credit of furnishing one suit of livery for the one position he so magnanimously tendered the co ored citizens of Cincinnati. The coloured vote representing one tenth of the re publican strength Here receives less than one eight Ieth of the patronage Dayton o., March 30, 1903. Editor of the Ohio Enterprise dear sir i gather some worthy and very interesting news concerning the Awakening of the. Coloured citizens of your City. I was for years a resident of Cincinnati and soon Learned that All that glittered was not Gold and i am proud to see the coloured citizens Dis playing such great Wisdom by Enders ing the citizens municipal ticket the candidate for the mayoralty on the citizens municipal ticket worthy and Well qualified and elected will perform the duties of the office with Honor to himself and credit to the people. Great Praise is due editor Dabney and other Brave and intelligent citizens for their Manly efforts to promote the interests and Wal fare of the coloured people of Cine in Nati. Jas. Veers. Dayton Or. Viers is a race Man. It is to be regretted that More of his class Are not Here in this City. He has risen above that flotsam and jetsam that has for so Many years kept the negro politically submerged. Business director. Patronize these people. Anderson Printer eighth amp plus 8u. Phone main 408��?x. Thomas Tully restaurant 21 of Feln St. A. O. Gordon Coal and ice 817 Elm Street. Moses cafe and private dining rooms 515 West fifth Street. Daniels ice Cream and soda water 512 West fifth Street. Robt. Hogan Barber shop. 661 w. 5th. Perry Fields restaurant and Coal shop 662 a 5th. J. S. Miller George. Restaurant 304 Elias Polk real estate 629 w. A liar 5th. W. C. Calaway furnished room 318 Perry St. John wry Guinn buys old Gold and Silver 721 Wade St. Prof. W. H. Johnson. Chiropodist manicure hair expert 507 John St. Albert Jones Coal dealer hit Washer 906 John St. And Geo. Rankins music 122 Gano St. Furnished w. Winston Barber shop 229 e. 6th St. Henry William ice and Coal 414 East sixth Street. Lewis Hall Barber shop no. 32 East sixth Street. Embra Barnesdale lunch room. Ill Foraker Avenue. Room 3007 mrs. Gaines lunch Park Avenue. Or. Me Williams ice Cream parlor a lunch room 1035 Foraker Avenue. W. G. Harrison confectionery and grocery 1146 Chapel Street. Jake Graham Saloon 1112 Foraker Avenue. Alonzo Bennett Coal and kind Ling Wood Quick order 518 Broad restaurant 16 e. Seventh St., Covington ky., b. F. Howard. Prop. S. A. Walker 531 w. Fifth Street ladies and gents tailoring clean Long. Dying and repairing also. Fashionable dressmaking. Tift Phenix Barber shop. 526 w. 6th St., bet. Smith and John. A to ticket., for hair cat or Tiara. Lew c Homas. Proprietor that i m i Moas hotel and r. K. Man. Geo. To .4gr. W. Gray Aist. Mgr Thomas p0rtl0ck, Saloon Fine liquors cigars 324 cast front Street. Good concert afternoon and evenings Fine Muslo. Good order Walter Moore m 425 w. Sixth Street. Lloyd Johnson ecu fret Ziaee goods Anh service. 616 Broadway. The the greatest Opportunity or the Letory. Of Cincinnati for investment. A a coloured Stock company incorporated. With your support la arge profits Are a certainty. Buy your 8tock now president. Geo. W. Hayes or. Secretary Cdr. W. A. B. Kerr. Secretary. R. D. G. Troy. First vice president 8. T. 8need. Treasure Geo. H. Jack80n. Second vice president. .�?o.j. H. Bush. General manager w. P. Dabney. Board of directors w. L. Anderson Henry Clay Taylor Lightfoot David Irwin a. J. Brown Samuel Brown l. H. Wilson or. N. C. Vaughan pc for full information or Stock address or. W. A. B. Kerr w. P. Dabney 014 John St. Cincinnati 420 Mcallister St. R. H. Moore Coal and Coke. Expressing to All parts of the City. Telephone m. 40051. Office 632 Broadway. Werles3 hot Boda. Candies. Ice Cheam Ahod does. Special rates to churches and parties. 326 West fifth St. Cincinnati Ohio. J. Amp co., upholsterers. Couches Davenport cosy Corners Odd pieces and parlor we make and repair mattresses and All kinds of furniture. The turf. Fine wines liquors cigars. <08 w. 5th s Reet. Edward Walther prop. Fleischmann and Lew Kraft. So much talk of Fleischmanns mar j Rollins Charity which we have never j Boon Able to substantiate. Yet we never hear of his marvellous profits desired from the consumption of his liquors by our people. \ do you know that Only one coloured Man a named for the last state convention a a we repeat without be Aiyu of truthful j contradiction that race prejudice has increased beyond All record Here since the incoming of Fleischmanns admin i is tation. A a the Cox coloured Organ should use the truth occasionally. Coloured men were dropped from the Blaine club several years ago and there is no coloured member of the stamina i Yagud who was Ever admitted As such. The Mitchell mentioned passes for White. During previous administrations All Public functions and receptions had coloured men present under the fusion administration the big demonstration of Dewey Day had coloured. People represented in every depart ment. What happened when Prince Fleischmann sends message to Kraft Quot close up your gambling until i in police pass Kraft replied a Tell Fleischmann to go to he Ardain Jones ice and Coal dealer. First class goods. Prompt service. 540 George Street. Chas. The vital groceries of Tii kinds. Best of Staple and Fayojr goods 426 wept 6th Bee european hotel and restaurant. E. J. Berry prop. 411 w. Fifth sir a Cincinnati 0. Ladies dining room. Oyster and ice Cream Parlours. Meals served at All hours Day and night. Geo. French Fine liquors and cigars. _ 41 2 East sixth 8treet. Board by the Day week or month exposition flyer via a big four prom 6incinnati to St. Louis writ Tor rates and polder. Warren j. Lynch. W. P. Deppe Seal Tea. Lokot Al iut 8. P. 41 Nuoc Mastt. A varnishing and repairing a specially. 028 Broadway phone main 4065-r. Reasonable prices. Cash or credit. Theo. L. A. Greve pharm a by 441 West sixth Street. In. E. Smith pharmacist. N. W. Cor. Court and Mound its. 0f&Quot prescriptions carefully compounded. B. J. Caulder the popular ladies and gentlemen a tailor \ 510 West sixth Street. Latest fall and Winter patterns. Ladles tailor made suits a be Olally. Gleaning dyeing remodelling. Best of workmanship. Reasonable rates. The Western grocery co. Quality goods. Cheapest rates. 430 w. Sixth St. To. Mickey. Prev. D. G. Powers Sec a. Spud s. Gates. Traca. Board of directors. M. P. Bradford. Chairman George Wilson. De. B. Reeves. _ Charles Chrysti. restaurant 510 Central Avenue. Home cooking. Cheap pates. First class service. Me Izaijs Adi hours. Mrs. N. R. Dehonney amp miss m. A. Sheffy proprietors. Or. Carey a a acadian Balm. This won fitful mid icings suites us a rheumatism. Neuralgia Lumbago. Backache headache Toothache sore Throat Brul seb. Sgt l Ines of All kinds sprains cuts and Tumonis cholera coitus folic indigestion ete., Eta Manv a a the a line. win ii rival in til. Giorl tint. Of front three in five minnie., will Ali i. 111 y this medic a it in into Lanai. A Well kit Ken , and in perfectly Burn less Urien with or without Nwe Eventt a Twe Tuv rear Constan use a sure Moh it a frs use of the Balm is the be to advert ism it 11 rot. Have. to All the Hen it re stores for or Carey s Canadian Balm agents wanted ��.vh1 Cha be 10 make Money wit out Capit it Headquarters of. Carey 43 Emory Arada upstairs Telephone m. 29s7, to Tabu Slid ii j

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