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REJECTED IIEJECTED REJECTED IIEJECTED THE REsOLlTIOV RESOLUTION. RESOLUTION REsOLlTIOV RESOLUTION. RESOLUTION REsOLlTIOV RESOLUTION. RESOLUTION The Colored Men Men's Mens Men Men's Mens Men Men's Mens g Convention Indulge In a Ileated Heatesi Ileated Heatesi Discussion Dhscusiou. Dhscusiou Discussion Dhscusiou. Dhscusiou Discussion Dhscusiou. Dhscusiou 'U U 'U U ASHIVGTON FebruiryS February FebruiryS February In the colored men s national convention today the proceed proceed. proceed proceed. ings ing imigs ings ing imigs ings ing imigs soon b"came bcame became hiocamo b"came bcame became hiocamo b"came bcame became hiocamo b"came bcame became hiocamo turbulent ana for some time verj \e e very verj \e e very verj \e e very verj \e e very little took place appertaining to the purpose purpose for which the convention eonventioma convention eonventioma was called called. called called. P.ev Pev Rev. Rev P.ev Pev Rev. Rev P.ev Pev Rev. Rev P.ev Pev Rev. Rev Dr Dr. Dr Dr. Derrick Ierrick Derrick Ierrick proposed propod proposed propod a resolution com com- corn- corn com com- corn- corn com com- corn- corn com com- corn- corn men ling the southern southem soutlierim southern southem soutlierim southern southem soutlierim press and this immediately immediately gav e n.se nse rise n.se nse rise n.se nse rise to a long tong long tong and frequently frequenly frequently frequenly heated discussion discussion. discussion discussion. The resolution re'lution relution resolution re'lution relution resolution re'lution relution says sys says sys That in view 'iew iew view 'iew iew view 'iew iew of the favorable attitude recently recntly recently recntly ad i ted I y several iw ernorii and members menihiera members menihiera of 01 of 01 the southern esulhern southern esulhern press decnme decr-ing decr ing decnme decr-ing decr ing decnme decr-ing decr ing decnme decr-ing decr ing the outrages perpetrated on the colored pe i le Fn to Fn to several sections of the south it ht it ht 13 is 13 is the pem-e pem e sense pem-e pem e sense pem-e pem e sense pem-e pem e sense of this convention ronventlon convention ronventlon that the tone of the southern press be commended and that we do Os do Os all in our power to increase hncrease increase hncrease that eenti scott- scott eenti scott- scott eenti scott- scott ment ment. meat. meat ment ment. meat. meat ment ment. meat. meat ment ment. meat. meat Dr Dr. Dr Dr. Derrick said that he had hash had hash positive knowledge knowledge that man men mea memi men mea memi men mea memi in the south were in sympathy with the negro and the convention beinz being beinz being under no political bonds the resolution should be adopted adopted. adopted adopted. Bloodshed must be stop stop. stop stop. ped Editor Mitchell of the Richmond Planet spoke epoke spoke epoke in favor of 01 of 01 the resolution and said he was glad to have an opportunity onportunity opportunity onportunity to show the people and the papers that their sympathy was appreciated appreciated. appreciated appreciated. Chairman Price vacated the chair and made a strong stn strong stn and forcible argument in favor of ot of ot the resolution resolutton. resolutton resolution resolutton. resolutton resolution resolutton. resolutton C C. C C. H H. H H. J Taylor of Georgia H H. H H. K K. K K. Loeb of Ohio H H. H H. C C Astwood A.ztwood Aztwood Astwood A.ztwood Aztwood Astwood A.ztwood Aztwood of ew York and Rev Rev. Rev Rev. Dr Dr. Dr Dr. Brooks of this aty city aty city also favored the resolution resolution. resolution resolution. Rer Rev. Rev Rer Rev. Rev Rer Rev. Rev Isaac More of Pennsylvania and Law Law. Law Law. yer Hewlett of this city strongly opposed its lie its lie adoption and the resolution was filially finally filially finally defeated defeated Senator Blair made a speech in which he urged the convention to petmon petition petmon petition congress to pass the educational bill bill. bill bill. Editor Mitchell Mitehefi Mitchell Mitehefi of Richmond read a paper upon outrages npon upon npon upon colored'people coloredpeople colored'people coloredpeople in the south south. south south. He said that 3W i't3 it3 3W i't3 it3 3W i't3 it3 negroes had been lynched in the south from 1887 to date date. date date. He declared that colored men had been roasted in orth Carolina Carolina. Carolina Carolina. When one of the delegates called him to account account for making guch such guch such an assertion H H. H H. G G. G G. Gassum Gassum of Edison Si C corroborated Mitchell and said be he be he knew kmaew knew kmaew personally persons ho 'ho ho 'ho had been roasted roasted. roasted roasted. A permanent organization organizaion organization organizaion was formed to be known as The "The The "The American Amencan American Amencan Citizens' Citizens Citizens' Citizens Equal Rights Association of the United States of America to meet annually in February February. February February. Auxiliary Auxilhiary Auxiliary Auxilhiary associations are to be formed in every state and territory under the judiciary of the national orgamzaaon organizasion orgamzaaon organizasion A president and treasurer treSsurer treasurer treSsurer are to be elected annually by ballot. ballot ballot. ballot A Card. Card Careti Card. Card Careti Card. Card Careti of eo 110 eo 110 THE RESOLlTIS. RESOLlTIS RESOLlTIS. RESOLlTIS I Te Conventon I. I I. I Heate DI"us510n. DIus510n. DIus510n DI"us510n. DIus510n. DIus510n DI"us510n. DIus510n. DIus510n WASHIGTOS WASHINGTON WASHIGTOS WASHINGTON Febrar 5.-In 5.In 5. In 5.-In 5.In 5. In 5.-In 5.In 5. In 5.-In 5.In 5. 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The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia)06 Feb 1890, ThuPage 3
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