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The Ohio Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 28, 1903, Cincinnati, OhioCincinnati o., saturday March 28, 1903 3 cents per copy. 1.00 per tear. Entered at the Post office Cincinnati As second Clara insult to christianity a. A Dabney h. L. Underwood w. Tibbs a. Saunders. W. Jackson f. Hurdle Fland r. Troy Ingalls invincible by Ftp seven were seated in one Corn Erpf the a fusion Headquarters holding a meeting when Hon. M. E. Ingalls came along and wanted to know ill you ii oys Are shooting craps a some p the committee became indignant. Rhey left the by prominent republicans and. Enjoyed by leading republicans of Hamilton county. Lio Nawib fusion in candidate for mayor it a we stooping under Julius talks to the coloured people. Walking slow Dis by 8tset. When or. Frank gentlemen. I am a Friend of your the at no with his big Auto race. Many a night have i spent in reliable witnesses say he the Waldorf Astoria wondering what even ring the Bell benefits i could bestow upon you. Mryl efe was knocked Down and run always loved coloured people so does out he puking injuries which have my Noble Friend. Judge Lueders. I kept est fined and under the care have a coloured Man in my office and of for nearly a year. Injury while i do not like to boast of such 8 a ays will last things i la Tell you confidentially 1 heir Krave. She has lost the use Julius fle1schmann. Bought bin. Of hip of her body completely. That suit of livery from Fechheimer. Of assistance of a Nav sorrow has Ever the millionaire can pm for the Peoples Stefl uple. Muhn Young or. Ingalls i to Clit own poor old mrs. Ross he it i mfr Bov a in Stop and paid no at a p a i a i Tenfel Biraui lieutenant Hill a ailed f3 d3 lox s ago cml him a Over the Telephone and his if j reply hag a mrs. Ross is nothing but a or old Drunken Nigger woman. Of the Walnut Hills meeting he puts a do fat Urt much she a 1 no a Bug in Robbie sear. Bit Sinkin the streets this Lieut it hii1 will testify to if Neo or. Peck want to in a a i might give her forty aug. Herrmann toastmaster Hon. Geo. B. 6ox delivers first Toast which was entitled a the father of our social family a Julius talks to Cox Herrmann and Hynicka. Gentlemen. I implore you not to believe the report that i like it is a lib of course you know. Or. Cox. We need them at election time. I would not have that one in the office but Dan Brown forced him on me and i put that livery on him for up some one would think he was my clerk. Done to believe that i like Quot nig Gers a or. Cox. You know my police Haven to done a thing to them these three years but you never heard me bother them about it. Its All a lie or. Cox. I. Done to like and ladies Derek a a Nigger Demmer crat Sheet try in to Tell yall something but de Man Dat runs Dat paper is Hon Gry he ainu to had nothing to eat for 3 years if you listen to Dat Man Dabney you will Hurt Rosey Felt a feeling i hate a Nigger do mme crat. Judge Loodus is de finest judge Ever was in Dis country and he stands next to Rose Felt. In be Gwine to do Auy Tal say it was one that will be Long Mem ered. Or. And g. A Cox and iwo tit do Dat a canse i judge done to like steamers. Deril Abraham Linkon Dawlton Escau Ted hissed to a seat. My. My. Robbie what a pity dal Man Mist his Callin he was Cut out by Nat her of de minstrel show. Next Pete tells an udder Coon Story de White folks Laff den he inter dues three White folks otie.,after de Oder who say Dey could Only Tell Dei culled rudder one thing and Dat was done to forget to vote de Strait publican ticket a cause Dat was de Only Way to scape taxes. Andy de Hart cum next he told dem. Rudders done to forget Rose Felt do you a member Rosey Felt a Beautiful our runs i always Kerry dem in my inside Vest pocket a cause Dey is so so Lovely l would not lose dem. Don t forget to vote de Strait publican ticket for it done to mister Rose Felt wont Lovo you any More. Den Les lie Tull got up and said he had been one of dose Low of unionists. He did not Tell dose poor people Dat he would bin one yet if Taylor Light foot had got him de Money he wanted last week. Les lie Tull wept about his poor Lelave mudder. Tossed a Wagon Load of Flowers at to Seyfert and said vote de Strait ticket for de. Puhl kans or Rose Felt will be much worried. Even Henery Higgins after Gettin on de pulpit got Gay. He told dem Dey should vote de a pull Lipkau ticket cause Dey had a Cullel fusion Campaign committee mixed up wid de Demmer crafts. He said a Hove All things,., gent men and ladies Don t Forgit de gon Tynan what says such pleasant things our grand Ole Man. Rose Felt. De meeting ended. De speakers All Lafferd at How Dey had jollies a de Ole he kerchief i ads a Boul Rose Felt. Demmer crafts and slav by Days. Dey winked at de White folks and said we is got dese Burg Nigger cinched to doff a cause Dey can t Stan i Dis talk a bout Demmer crafts and slavery Days. But Lobbie. Dey Ain t got Ole grandpa foxy i am outer Der Pritty words and i just Herd Dat Cox said last week done to Bodder bout de niggers boys just wait till near a Lection Well turn Loose Fleischmanns Rye Ano flex Sehmann a Pilgrim Gin. Den we will Trow out de Coin and was got de darkies going. But. Robbie while i it Gwine to git de booze and cop de Quot Coin you bet when i git in Der voting Booth i ainu to going to do a thing to Dis Lily White aug. Horrmann h. M. Ziegler d. W. Brown r. Payne John Havlin e. C. Harmeyer n. G. Kenan d. Loewenstein. C. H. Meneffe j. Freund c. B. Wing a. Furst a. Ravagli a. Zeckendorf Leon Goldsmith r. W. Gruber Max Burgheim win. Bodemer j. Devere judge and mrs. F. A. Spiegel judge and mrs. O. Pfleger or. Sam Goldsmith. Anyone who has followed closely the irreverent tendencies Othi admin is ration need hardly he surprised at this mockery of the Christian religion which reached a Climax of such startling proportions last saturday evening that in profanation of sacred things exceeded the feast of Belshazzar which it seems was so closely copied that even a woman a bad in Wax was among the souvenirs we May safely say that the handwriting on the Wall Mene men it Tekel up Parsi no was also present though unseen on july 12, 1900, before mayor Fleischmann had been in office two weeks a blow was struck at christianity. The times Star of that Date has the following a the mayor does not approve of itinerant Street preachers. Mayor Fleischmann a announced that he would instruct the police to Stop All itinerant Street a preachers they will be forced to secure Halls and buildings removed it from the thoroughfares if they want a say grandpa foxy All last summer you were telling me what you were going to do with Cox and his Man Friday beg Pardon i mean Fleischmann when election time rolled around this Spring a it a account of the Way negroes have been treated during this administration. They have been shot by the police they have been shot bythe Ward heeler. Negroes have been dropped one by on from their jobs. The police have taken negro men out of the houses of negro sporting women on the charge of loitering leaving the White men in full Possession. In Short a thousand oppressions from Fleischmanns Lily White gang yet i hear lately that you have been drinking and carousing with the booze fighters of Coxie Sar my and that Only last night you were at the meeting of the Ford Stith club on Walnut Hills. Tell me. Grandpa foxy can this be Treu Well Robbie a de spirit is Willin but. De flesh am weak. A tis True Dat de old Many a been Drifting wid de boys. A tis True Dat de old Man has been Livin on de far of de land for de last week Robbie but dose Cox boys Hab de Money and de old Man mite As Well git it As anybody else. You know Robbie we Cul Lud Folk ainu to got As much Money As we ought to have but done to you think de old Many a a Monkey and done to you think the old Man Dan forgot what has happened under Dis Fleischmann Roan Dat dese Black folks say is Dere Friend. Fiddlesticks Doggone it 1 Dun size up Dat Man too Long ago done to i know he a de head of dem police and done to Quot i know what dem police been doing. And Dat police court Jerusalem when i think of old Loodus de judge May the lord deliver Daniel let me Tell you a out Dat meeting Down in de old Burg on Walnut Hills. First old Pete Whitlow gits up. He tells a Coon Story de White folks who come Down to speak holler and Laff Pete den Inte Duee Tom Darby Tommy made a great Effort he told de Burg Lovs what Dreffus taxes de fusion would make and How Ole Ingles would be senator next fall if Dey did no to watch out. He den bowed and Ole Pete got up age told an udder Coon Story de White folks Laff Agen den he int reduced to Der autence Abraham Linkon Dawlton a be lawyer who cd aimed on de pulpit. Abraham Linkon Dawlton had a badge on Dat made him look like a prize of in a cattle show. He said gent men and ladies or. Ingles is a great Man a cause he made de Ohio River. Genome your candidate i cannot which did you mean or. Fleischmann the Hamilton county non partisan coloured club held a meeting at Lime Hall tuesday or. S. Beaver presiding. An admirable set of resolutions were presented by or Morris speeches were made by messes. Lightfoot Tibbs Nuttle and others. A big meeting will be held monday evening at same Hall. Meeting at Rebisso Hall thursday Taylor Lightfoot. Sanford ganders. A please convince yourself once for All that my determination not to be a a candidate for mayor remains Unal new York March 4, i am in receipt Breed. You can hardly expect me to Iesue hourly bulletins. I simply a can of your Telegram informing me of the not serve another term As mayor my business interests absolutely demand fact that the Republican City Conven Fecso or three years of close personal attention and much of that time must Tion has done me the Honor of Renom be spent outside of . 27, 1903. Unating me As a candidate for mayor a my position is absolutely unchanged. I must decline to stand for of Cincinnati. I feel that it is my duty renomination. I simply can to neglect my business to serve another term As to accept the nomination. Mayor. Pm going away to Morrow and in a glad of it a feb. 28, 1903. The Eoo sent of mayor Fleischmann to again become a candidate for reflection when he does not want the office and has not the time to discharge its duties proves beyond ail question the absolute domination which George b. Has exerted and continues to exert Over him. Fleischmann is a figure head .8 there Ever was Issue is m. E. Ingalls or goo. B. citizens bulletin. Those of you who owe the Ohio Enterprise need not wait for collectors. Mail us what you owe. The charges Are ten cents a month. That excuse of waiting for the collector and Tho other excuse of i have subscribed for so Many coloured papers we have framed and Hung upon the Walls of our Humble cottage next to the motto we can not pay Bills with . P. Dabney. A a 420 Mcallister Street

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