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li lit liLtd Ltd l d it t the Capital of the Nation Nationi
i h b TiiK LoLoatu AMERICAN A UIICN It is clean cleanLvvsy cleanLUY cleanL
Lvvsy L xsy and ably and fearlessly edited editedIt
It is the organ of no clique or faction factiontut factIenLut factionGut
Gut a fearless champion of the colored coloredpeople coloredIJtople coloredpeople
people everywhere Its columns teem teemwith teemvith teemwith
with news of the day reflecting the theLest theLest thebest
Lest sentiments as well as the doings doingsand doingsaud doingsand
and achievements of the race every everywhere everywhere everywhere ¬
where Read what the Negro press presssays presssayS presssays
says saySTIlE saysTILE
TIlE COLORED AMERICAN is already a agreat agreat agreat
great newspaper printing fortyeight fortyeightcolumns fortyeightolumns fortyeightcolumns
columns each issue It aims to print printseventytwo printseventytwo printseventytwo
seventytwo columns May its friends friendsaid friendSaid friendsaid
aid it to its realization realizationThe The Wilming Wilmington
ton Record RecordMr lteGordMr RecordMr
Mr Edward Cooper manager of THE THECOLORED TIlECnL TimCOLORED
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is unquestionably the ablest allround allroundnewspaper allroundnewspaper allroundnewspaper
newspaper manager of our race if resuits re results results ¬
sults are to settle the question questionThc questionThcItclV The TheAeic TheA1
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THE COLORED AMERICAN s without withoutquestion withoutquestion withoutquestion
question the greatest newspaper pub published published published ¬
lished by colored men every colored colorededitor colorededitor colorededitor
editor should take off his hat to Mr MrCooper MrCooperThe MrCooperTltc
Cooper CooperTltc The Leavemoorth Herald HeraldTHE HeraldrIlE HeraldTIIE
THE COLORED AMERICAN of Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton D CM C comes every week brim brimfull brimfll brimfil
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things Brother Cooper is one of the thebest thebest thebest
best newspaper men of the country countryThs countryilw countryllte
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THE COLORED AMERICAN A EHICA In a short shortspace shortspace shortspare
space of three years has gone to the thefront thefront thefront
front at the Nations Capital Its man manager manager manager ¬
ager E E Cooper holds a unique uniqueposition uniqueposition uniqueposition
position in colored journalism being beingthe beingthe beingthe
the pioneer of illustrated journalism journalismEx
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ICAN ICA has so o many good things for hisreaders his liisreaders hisreaders
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rnhiiean rnhi < > an paper very free In its e eprpssiens aC aCprpssiens eltprQSsiens <
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The Hon Elihu Root in his speech speechthe speechthe speechthe
the other day notifying the Hon C W WFairbanks WFairbanks Yo YoFairbllnks
Fairbanks of his nomination adverted advertedto
to the fact in delicate phrase that his hisdemocratic hisdemocratic hisdemocratic
democratic opponent Mr Henry Gas Gassaway GasYlay Gasway
saway way Davis was living on borrowed borrowedtime bOFrowedtime borrowedtime
time and intimated that the old gen gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
tleman might not be equal to the de demands demands demands ¬
mands upon him should he be elected electedand electedand electedand
and succeed to the upper office He Healso Healso Healso
also alluded to the fact that the ven venerable VEmerabh vmierabla ¬
erable democratic candidate would wouldsoon wouldsoon wouldsoon
soon pass the ago limit one hundred hundredia
ia which event some other democrat democratprobably dQmocratprobabr democratprobably
probably Dare Hill might find himself himselfVicePresident himselfVicePresident himselfVicePresident
VicePresident or Ben Tillman or orGovernor orGovernor orGovernor
Governor Vardmann the executive executiveblackguard executWveblackglald execuihlveblackguard
blackguard of Mississippi and then thenthere thenthere thenthere
there would be the deuce to pay The TheConstitution Thee TheConstitution
Constitution e nstitution would in all likelihood b9 b9repealed b51repealed b9repealed
repealed with the fifteenth amendment amendmentsmashed amendmentSmashed amendmentsmashed
smashed into smithereens the colored coloredcitizen coloredcitizen coloredcitizen
citizen deported to Africa o oe < XI the thePhilippines th thPhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines or some other congenial congenialclime congenialclime congenialclime
clime and the white man would havethis have havethis bnVQthilii
this beautiful country all to himself himselfMr himselfk himselfMir
Mr k Davis was nominated n minated no doubt doubtbecause doubtbocause doubtbecause
because there was no other democrat democratwilling democratwIlling democratwilling
willing to take t ke the long and lonely lonelyjourney lonelyjourney lonelyjourney
journey up Salt river which is sched scheduled scheduled scheduled ¬
uled for him and his accomplice Judge JudgeParker JudgeParker JudgeParker
Parker early in November Perhaps Perhapsif
if he had h d been a younger man he hewould hewould hewould
would have balked just as younger youngermen youngermen youngermen
men did and refused the empty honor honorthrust honorthrust honorthrust
thrust upon him so suddenly But be being being being ¬
ing only a few years removed from the thecentury thecentury thecentury
century mark he doubtless concluded concludedthat concludedthat concludedthat
that he could stand the mortification mortificationof
of defeat with better grace than a ayounger ayounger ayounger
younger man so he cheerfully con consented consented consented ¬
sented to allow his party to lead him himas himas himas
as a sheep to the slaughter conscious consciousthat consciousthat consciousthat
that the executioner will do his duty dutyHi dutyH dutyHa
Hi H will willMr willMr rill rilllIr
Mr Root further said in his speech speechto
to Senator Fairbanks F irbanks We Ve gave you youformal youlormal youformal
formal notice of your nomination nominationIt
It was net made for the purpose purposeof purposeof
of concilliating possible malcontents malcontentsor
or of swelling the campaign fund of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the party No bargains or intrigues intriguescontributed intriguescontributed intriguescontributed
contributed to it No suppression of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the truth or misleading of the convention conven convention convention ¬
tion as to your principles or opinions opinionswere opinionswere opinionswere
were necessary necessaryAnd necessarjAnd necessaryAnd
And tlhen Mr Root sat down and andfanned andtanned andtanned
tanned himself himselfDid hirnselfDid himselfDid
Did he mean to insinuate that the thecontrary theontrary theontrary
ontrary is true in respect of nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion of Parker and Davis What What5n Vhatm
5n n earth did he mean in saying No Nosuppression Nonppression Nonppression
nppression cf the truth or misleading misleadingf
of f the convention as to your principles principlesor
or > 1 opinions were necessary to bring it itbout itbout itabout
bout Does the honorable gentleman gentlemanwish gentlemanwish gentlemanwish
wish to have the public understand understandthat understandthat understandthat
that because Judge Parker sent a tele telegram telegram telegram ¬
gram gram to the St Louis Convention de defining defining defining ¬
fining hi his views en th the money ques question question question ¬
tion that he suppressed tho truth truthand truthand of ofand
and misled the deegates most of whom whombelieved whombelieved whombelieved
believed that up to that moment he hewas hewas hewas
was all rjght and does Mr Root ima imagine imasine imagine ¬
gine that Judge Parker would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been so indiscreet as to have sent that thattelegram thatI thatteiegram
telegram to the convention when it itwas itwas itwas
I was In session What did the ma majority maI majority ¬
I jority jorit of those delegates deie ates know or care careabeut careI careabout
I about the Gold Standard anyhow To Tofhave Tohavo Toshave
shave havo seat that telegram t to the mei ea
vention proper would have been like likecasting likecastin likecasting
casting castin pearl Daar before swine swim and ant that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which is holy to the dogs It would wouldnot wouldDot wouldnot
not have appreciated such a masterly masterlystroke masterlystrobe
stroke at first hand and this is proved provedby proedby provedby
by the wild and demoniacal outbursts outburstswhich outburstswhich outburstswhich
which greeted its reception in the dy dying dying dying ¬
ing hours of the convention when all allhope allhope allhope
hope of retaliating upon the candidate candidatehad candidatehad candidatehad
had vanished Judge Parker wisely wiselycommunicated wiselycommunicated wiselycommunicated
communicated his view to the States Statesmen Statesmen Statesmen ¬
men in that convention and they in inturn inturn inturn
turn delivered it in broken doses to tothj tothJ tothe
thj fellows who think they are states statesmen statesmen statesmen ¬
men Be Bea Tillman tried to stand on onhis onhis onhis
his head and spit backward b ckward when he heheard heheard heheard
heard the news and when he recovered recoveredhis recoveredhis recoveredhis
his voice said what everybody on onearth onearth onearth
earth knows to be true that The dem democratic democratic democratie ¬
ocratic party can always be depended dependedupon dependedupon dependedupon
upon to make a fool of itself at atthe atthe atthe
the crucial moment and then he hecollapsed hecollapsed hecollapsed
collapsed The courtly Senator Dan Daniel Daniel Daniel ¬
iel was so overcome that thatIe he had to be beiaken berakn beoaken
oaken to a Sanitarium Wllie Hearsts Hearstsbangs Hearstsbangs Hearstsbangs
bangs became disarranged in the ex excitement excitement excitement ¬
citement of tie t e moment and his root rooters rooters rooters ¬
ers conscious that the psychological psychologicalmoment PSychologicalmomen psychologicalmoment
moment momen had arrived proclaimed hinthe hin hiirthe hinthe
the man of destiny the th logical logicalcandi logicalcandidate candi candidate candidate ¬
date the savior ofi his party etc etcMeanwhile etc3eanwhile etcMeanwhile
Meanwhile Mr William J Bryan was wasresting wasresting wasresting
resting his lungs in his room at his hisaotel hisaotel hislotel
aotel and reading the story of Joseph Josephand JosephInd
and nd his brethren he laid aside his hisBible hisBible hisBible
Bible for a moment and diving into intohis intohis intohis
his pocket extracted a package of ofetters ofetters ofetters
etters picking out one of them he heread heread heread
read My Iy dear Danforth DanforthIt It was wabentirely WRbntirelr wasentirely
entirely ntirelr right of you to bring to mi miattention m mattention myattention
attention the question which the sin sincere sinere sinere ¬
cere ere friends of Mr Bryan are press pressing pressing pressing ¬
ing upon you I can say to you frank framkly fralkly frankly
ly and sincerely that you can assure assurethem assurethem assurethem
them that I voted for the last national nationalnominees nationalI nationalnominees
I nominees of the democratic party as ashave asr asI
r have voted for all of the regular regulardemocratic regulardemocratic regulardemocratic
democratic nominees since I had a avote avotQ avote
Yours truly trulyAlton tlulyAlton trulyAlton
Alton B Parker ParkerSept ParkerSept ParkerSept
Sept 22 1897 1897Mr 1897Mr 1891Mr
Mr Bryan smiled as he replaced the theetter theetter theenter
etter and resumed his reading Then Thenhe Thenhe Thenhe
he turned to the story of Judas who whobetrayed whobetrayed whobetrayed
betrayed our Lord for thirty pieces of ofilver ofiIver offlyer
flyer When he had finished it friends friendsInterrupted friendslnterrupted friendsinterrupted
Interrupted him to say that Judge Judgebarker Judgerker Judgearker
barker > rker had revered himself and was wasbowing w wasbowing
bowing to the Golden Calf that he was wasao v wasso a8 I
ao 10 longer in favor of free silver if he heaver heever heever
ever was but had surrendered uncon unconlitionally un unconlitionally con conlitionally
litionally to Wall Street Mr Bryan Bryanpulled Br Bryannulled an anmlIed
pulled out the letter to My Dear Dearpanforth DearOallforth DearDanforth
panforth scanned it hastily put it itack itJack itSack
Sack Jack > into his pocket and got real sick sickThe sickThe sickThe
The jig is up he muttered to him himself himself himself ¬
self in a stage whisper there is yet yetwork yetworI yetRork
work for me to do I must do do the theitickleberries themeldcberries thehuckleberries
huckleberries who are doing me meIt meIt meIt
It will be remembered rememl > ered that in the thetwo theto thetwo
two Bryan campaigns the Gold demorat demo democrats demora ¬
rat ra styled themselves regulars so sobat sobat sothat
bat Judge Parkers statement that he hevoted hEvoted h hvoted
voted with the regulars is correct correctOur correctOur correctOur
Our old friend G Grant Williams Williamsone 111iilliamsone Williamsone
one of the handsomest hnndsom t men in the thepress thereee theareas
press areas reee gang has h ls been selected by the theNational theNational theNational
National Committee Committre to do campsigLwork campaign campaignwork campligYork
work in the States of New Yl Yorl ores or Ney NeyJersey ieWJersey e eJersey
Jersey and Pennsylvania thia fall fallWilliams fallVHIiams fallWilliams
Williams is i a t hustler anti worthily de deserves deserves deserves ¬
serves the honors Thich > have h Te come c < tmo to tohila
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Address Dr Hartman Bari man President of o15neHartman ofviie ofue
5neHartman viie ue Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O OIt OIt 0It
It seems seen = to me that th the demoortsarQ democrats democratsare
are burning daylight bas 8JI and oleotrl oleotrlI eleetricity I otri otricity
city cit in a fruitless effort to aloet a wok wokbling wo wobUng wobbling
I bling candidate for president pre ident and an anoctogenarian anecto1etaria anactogeaarian
octogenarian > 1 wko rko 110 aaa karaly zu ly hear iiizt iiiztself kiar kiLxelf
self elf whisper for vicepresident But Butchey Buthey ButThey
hey have got to make a bluff even if ifheir Ifheir ifheir
heir hopes of winning are below zero zerojr zeror
jr r the freezing point They havent haventhe havanthe haventhe
he ghost of a a chance to win and they theyknow theyknow theynno
know nno it There are thousands of dem democrats demerats demerats ¬
erats Who in their hearts believe that thatthe thatihe thatthe
the eminent Judge Parker otherwise otherwisewise otherwisewise otherwisewise
wise and prudent and becomingly becominglysilent becominglyi1ent becominglysilent
silent made a tactical mistake when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he seat ent tha famous telegram to Billy BillySheehan BillySl1eehBn BillySheehan °
Sheehan the blueeyed statesman of ofBuffalo ofBuflalo ofBuffalo
Buffalo renouncing his faith in the thetwo thetwc thetwo
two platforms for which he had voted votedas votedas
as 1 he said in his letter to My dear dearDanforrh dearDanforth dearDanforth
Danforth Those who think they see seetraight seeraight 4 4straight
straight and Judge Jud e Parker is i one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them do not see a democratic victory victoryin
in the campaign mpaign now shaping The TheJudge TheJudge TheJudge
Judge has already made arrangements arrangementsto
to enter upon the th practice pr ctice of the la laafter Inattor law a aafter
after the campaign cZlmI > al i is over Herein HereinTb Hereinho Hereinhe
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