HIGBOM URGED TO VOTE JOB 0ATZ1 Prominent Colored Politicians Point to It as a Duty. ', WASHINGTON, Aug. 8--An 8--An 8--An 8--An address has been Issued to the colored citizens and voters of Alabama, signed by C H. J. Taylor, President of the Negro National Democratic League, and R. O. Still, chief of the Bureau of Organisation of the Democratic Democratic Congressional Committee, acting under authority of th Negro National Democratic League. It calls th attention of the colored voters In Alabama ' to the " peculiar political position " of th colored voters of the South, who, the address asserts, asserts, " by their votes for many years have antagonized the people among whom they live and get their sustenance." - The address says the changes In the South, " and particularly In Alabama. where the Republican Party has ceased to be a factor, have left the colored voter with the option of either assimilating with the more conservative element or tne demo cratic Party s or with the untrustworthy and dangerous Populist Party." By supporting Col. Dates, the address continues, the colored citizens of Alabama will place themselves on record against the lawless and semi-Anarchistic semi-Anarchistic semi-Anarchistic Ideas which are promoted! by the Populist element." BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Aug. 8. James A. Ross, the New-York New-York New-York colored . orator and editor, addressed 2.000 of his countrvmen here to-night.- to-night.- to-night.- to-night.- Tremendous applause showed that his wric lor oates and Democracy will be effective.