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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 October 1890

TUE PLAN KT. 8ATURDAY. - - Oct. ll, 1 SOO MB. LANGSTON BETI U>S TO MIS DISTRICT. Aa Ovation at His Home-The Speech that Stirred the Multitude a** an WT-. l Hon. John Mercer Langston mem? ber of Congress from the Fourth Congressional District of Virginia, reached Richmond OB Friday, .'Jrd inst, at 2:38 P. M. Editor Mitchell met him aud the latter accompanied him to Petersburg. He was met at the train by Messrs. Hampton and John Stevens. Langston Hall was crowded to its utmost capacity. Thc ainley i one surging mass of humanity. Tia* yard and the street adjoining was also packed with people. As Mr. Tungsten entered he was the recipi? ent of an omi ; iou?****Mr. R. Hampton presided. Mr. Langston said: "The state that first gave you slavery is now sending one of the old slave class to Congress. The objection to your representa? tive was not that he was not elected, was not that he was not a lavJ was not that he was not a states? man, was not that he was not pro? found in know...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 October 1890

THjiciMntyiii.i. SMLUDAY,-Ocr. ll, 1890. a; . , -r Richmono, Va., Oct. 1, 181H>. g Dear George:? lour letter came ta*-me in good season per kiudiaess of J antes H. Hayes. Accept thanks. 1 visited most ol the promt neut, meu or Petersburg and interviewed them upon the Lmuneipation scheme. 1 would send you a much larger rep? resentation bad it uot rained today, sd hard that 1 found it impossible tai see others. 1 lr. Ramsey, P. B.: 1 think this the best thought since Emancipation. Rev. Strother, H. J. ol tue Union Methodist Church: 1 intend to preach a sermon to my people about che tirst Sunday in October, amt if 1 may, 1 shall enlighten them along this line. Uod bless the project. Mr. J. M. Coleman, Merc ii au t: 1 think it au excellent mov. are beginning now gradually to shake ort the oust and lethargy of tyne and are to appreciate ourselves aud our freedom at its reul value. vYe are begiuuiug to look at things as we should. {Rev. J. H. Manley, D. D.: I can see but one si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 October 1890

Tlie Hichmoj id Planet. VOL. VII. NO. 43: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAV OCTOBER 18, 1890. PRICE 5 CENTS. THE PLAN KT. ?'* ? i 8ATURDAY.-Oct. 18.1890. A GALA DAV. -JH E PARADE A SUCCESS. Fillj 5080 Id Line anil Two Miles in Length. CsngTessiTian Langstcn Cheered. THE MILITARY IN LINE. GREAT ENTHUSIASM. FIITE ORATORY BY THE BEST SPEAKERS OF THE LAND. af! Hens. Langston, Price, & Down? ing Speak. January 1st the Day Decided Up? on to Celebrate. Richmond thin week lias been the ?ceil*** of tbe greatest activity. The street** were thronged with visitors, ail present to witness tht- Ennui* i-.n Hoo wx*-i vir-es, pertaining to the set? ting a day to be t'ort*v?T comnieino ratetl of the Emancipation of the slaves In thia country. Nearly alt of the places of business b.v t*oU>ie.l men were dtvorated with flags mid bunting and umeroble number i'Li-re iit.-ie differences existing be? tween th? Emancipation Commit ami the Board of OtScers of rlit* 1st Battalion Ya. Volant-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 October 1890

TIsRic.nOi.FIoUt. Published every Saturday by The Planet Publjshino Company, 814 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Va. JOHN MITCHELL. Jn., - - - Editob AU <-*ommanlcaUona latsadsd for publication atuat ba ?out to Um sdi tor Jous Mi tvsula, Ja., U4 K. Broad Straat aad should rsaach him by ?rasaaaj. TERMS IN ADVANCE. Osys-sCopy, ona y*ar..M...?.fl.ft Oas Copjr. sight months*.. . .... 1.9 Oa* Copy, six mouths,_.a Oa* Copy, tour months.? .ft Oa* Copy, thr** months,.4 Sn*-;!* Copy.ti AJ7VERTISLNG RATES. Pot aaa lacs*, oaa laaarUoa....? .1 Par oaa lassa, savch sabssqasat 11 A Par two Inch**, tb rs* months,. Par two lachaaa. six months,. M.I Par two lncfasa. ala* moa tha..m. 14 Par two inch** twelve months._. ?.< Marriage arni lunars*! aottoss,.I atsvadlnat- auU txsvusi*at noUess, par lin. SATURDAY,-Ocr. 18,189< MB. MONTGOMERY'S SPEECH. The speech of Mr. Isaiah J Monxoomkky, the only Colore delegate in the Mississippi Const) tutional Convention as r jcentiy il liv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 October 1890

THE PLANET. SATURDAY,-Oct. 18,1890. FROM WASHINGTON. (From our Regular Correspondent > V\ A8MJM.H.A, Ii. c., Oct. Itt, yo. Ag am tue augei ul Uaaui uuo sprecad lils gloomy winga over tu*? .Auuouui Capital und tiiuic lo a aouo** niiauoif cuni urtu' tue uoaiui ol lie people; ok alu tue nags tue eaui,* auUi luoebod iu mara cue Uwpuiiuiu fut* tuat " uuut'Uo num wnuuie au traveler iTluiun ol au uouorea sou ul tun nation. Jue nco Oauiut-1 r. Miller, tao ui oat popular niau wno over sac upon Lue ueucu oi lue Cul ced otauxi Supreme Court, imo goue to joiu in* silent majoru.), h nie ti is bier growing larger auu larger, ana gitel nonie oupreuie sway over W usu mg lou, winne Ue wa? universally lo*?*tu lor uia mimi good -juulitn-e. ile was stricken aowu last t rainy while returning to hie h.iuoe Irom a vihit to tue ou prenio Court room at/ >i Im uiat scourge of tue Uumau race, apoplexy, aud although Ue ruilieu for a time, it waa plum iroui tue first to those, wno annie co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 October 1890

T.t RU.iii. flint. SATURDAY,-Oct. 18,1890. Cclcred Persons Lynched* Total number persons lynched fron July 20, 1887 to July 20, 1889. 20: Aug. 17 Colored mau, St. Martin La '. " " " Drakes Branch Va ** 80 John Turner Fayetteville, ?* M vNest Virginia. " " Colored boy near Boykin '? " Depot S. C. He touched i white woman lightly with i switch. His body riddle with bullets. Sept 1 Colored man roasted i Wayne Co., " 4 Colored boy near Atlant (Ja., " 5 Colored men Leflore Co., Miss., 10 " 10 Frank Stack and Dave Boone Morgantown, M. C. Walter Ashbury, Booler, Ca., Louis Mortimer, charged with being accessory in % murder near Clarksville, Miss. Sol Burnell, at Winona, Miss. Oct. 2 Kan ao m Gordon, at Abbe? ville, (Ja., Oct.25 Joe Hariul, Columbus, Miss , ** 13 Wm. Moore, Jessup Ga., Nov. 8 Owen Anderson, Lees burg, Va. "21 Robert Bland, Brince George County, Va., " 25 Bill Hughes Abbeville, Ga., Nov. 20 Colored boy, Lincolutou, Ga., Dec. Robt. Biggs, Lake View. Tenn., " 20 Beter Johnson,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 October 1890

ni rile Richmond Planet. I VOL. VU. NO. 44: RICHMOND. VIKGINIA SATURDAY fjCTOBER 25. 1890. PRICE 5 CENTS. -THI. RICHMOND PIeANI.T.~ SATURDAY.-Oct. 25,1890. TH IMIHiriTIQI CELEBRATION. THE CLOSING HOURS OF THE COX VESTION k Friday Oct. 17th, He*. J. A. Savior, pr***siding. "When p-eace Uko a river,? wag Him-*. Prayer hv Tea". W. W. Droeraa, president of the Saving Hank of U. O.ofT. R. "Ji'Him hiviT nf mv soul," was Hiinir. Pro! D, W. Ter rell otli* inted at tim OlgAU. Rev. W, W. lh own<\ delivered a forcible address. Re naiil we have tried all men; yet, all tailed nt*, hut now we are going to trust God alone. It is useless te say that he inter? ested the vaet assemblage. Ile Hat down amidst an outburst of ap? plause. Rev. C. H. Payne of W. Ya., wa* called for and appeared in his wit tv manner and made forcihle remark* relative to the movement. He ad vised them all to get lam! and tc own their own homes. Said be "lt matters not if it was only ai large aa a dry-good box. Hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 October 1890

aa. ? ? -I' ? -TH RICHMOHD PlaANST. Published every Saturday by The Planet Publishing Company, 814 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Va. JOHN MITCHELL, Jr., - - - Editob All eommanlcs>Uooa Intended fur ?.-ubllcataoa bb oat ba seat to the editor Joh* Mitwikul. Ja., SM E. Broad Stree* and should raach Ixl in by Taaaday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. Ona Copy, ona raar....Sl.M Ona l*o-,?y. eifiht months.. LIM Oaa Copy, ala mos tha.. ?*J Ons Copy, toar ai oaths.M Oaa Copy, three* m un tha..*M SasrJs Copy.? ADVERTISING RATES. Par aaa Inch, ona Insertion....? .6 Par ons Inch, each sabas^asnt insertion..4 Par two liM.hee.thre** months...... *-0 rar tero Inehsa. six months.. 10.0 Far two Inches, nins months.. 14. ar two Inches twa! ra moa tha. IM Maxrlage arni funeral nutlets*..E Standing and transient notices, per line,.C Entered in Post Office at Rici mond, Va., as second class matter. SATURDAY.-Oct. 25,189( THAT DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS. The Chairman of the Virgini State Democratic Committee ha issued...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 October 1890

TkilicliBiipii.it. SATUKDAY.-Oe -W . 1 THE SOCTII CAROLINA MUDDLE. ir tbe Negroes Vote for Haskell They May Elect Republican Congress. men. Charleston. S. C., Oct. 14?The split in tbe Detnociatic party here bas upset all Congressional calculations. In 1888 a solid Democratic delegation of seven was elected io Cong-res**. The Farmers' Alllai.ee however, headed by Ben Tillman, snd the split in the party which resulted from Tillman's capture of the machinery, bas made a great muddle. The Haskell State ticket will be voted by tbe Negroes, but in order to vote they will have to be registered Tbe way tbe Tillman papers put it ls this. "Down In th-? black district Judge Haskell's frimda may be willing to pile up a huge registration and vote for him, but they cannot do lt without piling up tbe same vote against Elliot Tillman, Brawley and Stackhouse, the four Democratic nominees .for Con gress." It the deal between tbe Haskell Dem ocrats and the Negroes is carried out, the political complex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 October 1890

T.i.ic.iiiiFliitt. SATURDAY,-Ocr J*, 1S90 Total number person** lyuehed from July 20, 1SS7 to July Vb, lo?V. 2U2 Aug. 17 Colored man, St. Martin La 1 *? " " Drakes branch Va. 44 30 John Turner Fayetteville, 44 44 West Virginia. 1 44 4I Colored woy near Boykins 4' 44 Depot S. C. He toucUed a white woman lightly with a switch. His body riddled with bullets. Sept 1 Colo ral man roasted in Wayne Co., 1 44 4 Colored boy near Atlanta Ga., 1 44 5 Colored men Lenore Co., Miss., 100 44 10 Frank Stack and Dave Boone Morgantown, N. C. 1 Walter Asbuurv, Pooler, Ga., ] Louis Mortimer, charged with being accessory in murder near Clarksville, Miss. Sol Furnell, at vVinona, Miss. Oct. 2 Ransom Gordon, at Abbe? ville, tia., Oct.25 Joe Harial, Columbus, Miss , 44 13 Wm. Moore, Jest-up Ga., Nov. S Owen Anderson, Lees burg, V*t*L 44 21 Robert Bland, Prince George County, Va., 44 25 BillHughrJttAbbevdie, Oa., Nov. 20 Coloreu boy, l^ucolutou, ? - Ga., Dec. Robt. Biggs, Lake View 'tenn., 44 20 Peter Johns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 15 November 1890

ri"" rite liiclim* nd Planet. VOL. VII NO 45: Kit HMOND. VIRGINIA, SATi VY. NOVKMBF.it i... 1890. PRICE 5 CENTS -THS RICHMOND PLANET SATURDAY.-Not. 151890. I'OSOKESS.HAN J M LANOSTUS IS KU II HO ML He Speaks Concerning His Defeat ? Au lute rest in jj Inlet view Esme* ti?m Methods in His District -- How He Views the Situation. Congressman John Mercer Lang Ston wagin the city last Monday, loth inst., anti left tm the name dav for Washington at 0:46 p. m. Il* was interview ed by Editor Mitchell. In reply lo tl1'' *P*ery as ki thc eotiditnni in his Oistrict li** saki, I carried tbs 1-isi ul bj 5,000 inai.iiUv \o BUmisl *?i ii ami WfBM resorted to in order to beat nie. Th*' while Republican l**adcrs coin Oiued With th** Democrats against nie. Malanie was aidc?l by Brady. The latter used the infloeocfl of lin* oltiee through-out the District t* bring al?*mt my defeat. To the query ms to the cause, lu replied that Collector Brady ha*] uoue. ile (Langston) had treated him right, and he Knew...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 15 November 1890

-THS RICHMOHD PlaAMsT ..Published every Saturday by Tun Planet I'lulishinu Company. 91 I E. Broad Street, Rich mond. Vu. JOHN MITCHELL. Ju.. - - - Editoh All communications IntenUeU tor publlcatloi saust ba erut to the editor Jumn Is" itv na, il. Ju ?14 K. Broad Street rana slioulvl re-sx.Ii. bim l>. Tasadajr. TEHMS LN ADVANCE. OaaCvpy. oas jaar.fl.I Obs ?'?.>p>, eiKht months,. l.i Oas Cui>>, sis mouths.. Obs Copy, lour luuutbs. OB* Copy, three mouths.. ls Bade Cop*. ADVERTISING KAT Par aaa loeb, ans Insertion.S l'er sue Inch, each eubst*qut*ut lussrtlou. Psr twa liKhes.three mouthe,. * Par two lucites, aix in out hu,. lu Per t**s iiulim, urns mouths. . 1 Per tats inches twelve mouths. SO Mau-rls^e ami tuueral notices),. ?tsksuiutf and trausieut notices, per line. Entered in Tost OtHce at Rfc mond, Va., aa second class mutter SATURDAY,-Nov. 15 181 TUE PAST ASD TUE FC'llHE The philosophic axiom that i tion is equal to reaction in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 15 November 1890

pr_ Jr ",Mt**t>>***M**lt*'***aBs*s**t********i**t***1***^^ lit |i..iii.flint.' 8ATURDAY-Nov. 15, 1890. FIGHTING 0TKR A GOITRED MAN. I Three White Mea Killed. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 7, 18'.?0. The election day duel in Est*ll County, of which only meager men? tion was made in "The Press" dispatches of Wednesday, turns out to have been one of the mout desper? ate encounters ever witnessed iu Kentucky. Irvin**, the county seat ?of Eetiil Couuty, is a backwood town, almost cut off from the rest of the world. The principals engaged were Dr. P. A. Lilly, a prominent young phy? sician of the town, son of Jutlge H. Clay Lilly, on tho one bide, and John Wilson, Commissioner of Schools in Estill, tm the other side. Lilly was a Republican and Wilson a Democrat. Lilly brought up a lo red man to the polls to vote un. whereupon. Wilapa rhalleiiged his right to erst a ballot. The judges of elect ion coincided with Wil? son and the colored man was reject? ed. This angered Lilly a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 15 November 1890

Toe Ricnmondpianet. mmammmmmmmmmm?*-*"*?**? - _ _ BATURDAI-Nt.v. [5, 1890. RSV. WM. J, SIMMONS* DaATH The Funeral Ceremonies. H*'V. Wm. J. Simmons. D. l> . de parted tins iii** Thursday, Octobsr 81, L890 ai rant* Bpriaajs, Ky. He hail Urn sick Itu* many mont hs as th*> physicians were unable tt* locate his malady. 11 its rt'iuains we iv tak? en ttl Louisville. Ky. Tke funeral took pines at tim Kilt li Avian** Chnrch. Th** "remains were a<<oin pnnie.l bj I nitv Lodge, No. 19, 1 . & A. Masons. Bev. C. H. Parrish pfoachod th** sermon farom Phiilipinns, i-.*j:i " For I am in a strait betwixt two, having a desire t*> depart,and t?i I**- wu h Christ, which is far better." lt was impressive and touching. Rev. K. II Kennedy, Kev. Dr. fi. K. Liove also spoke. Tbs rsmains were rs moveu t*> Cave Bill Cemetary t?> be interred ina vault ai some fntore date. Bev. Simmons was tm*.* ol the mon! prominent as wel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 November 1890

li ear ~-aeBB-BaBBaBBBBBBBBBB r The Richmoiicl Planet. VOL. VII NO. 47: RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1890-SUPPLEMENT. PRICE 5 CENTS -*r*E RICHMOND PLANBT ?SATURDAY.-Nov. 29, 18*?0. A Brilllsst TbEBkaf Ivan* Marris*; i The First Baptist Church was crowded lust Thursday afternoon ttl its utmost capacity with a brilliant assemblage. The occasion living the marriage of Mists Ellen Wilki Johnson to the popular Mr Hezekiah Curtis. Promptly at (*>:4."? oYlock the eutrauciu^ strains of the grand or gan, at which Miss Nunnie Os bo ri i? presided anuoueed tbe arrival of tht liridai party. The party enter the church in the following order? Messrs John Mitchell. Jr., L A. Kan dolph, Walter Burrell and Traven Glasgow, B. H.Graves, W.l). Payne Ctiilin Valentine, Robt. (Jans*:'. Tin groom and his be-st man. Mr Robt l'ninnialls anti the britle itaiiii, th*' arin of Mr. Eddie Clay. Kev. James H. Holmes, the past** of the church in a most impressiv manner perft>rui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 November 1890

SATURDAY - ? Nov. 29, 1890. GALILEAN TEMPLE. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 10,1890. To the Editor of the Planet: Having recently occasion to be in Richmond on official business of the Order of Galilean Fishermen, and having; some leisure time, I accident ly called iu the Police Court, linn. J. J. Crutch field, presiding, by invi? tation of Giles H. Jackson, Attor? ney at law and Royal Racks, .lustire of the Peace, and waa bo struck at tbe conduct; of its business that 1 remained quite a while and the pleasure it gave nie, caused me to repeat my visit. The kindly aud sympathetic man? ner of mercifully administering fail and impartial Justice shorn of that harsh austerity that makes the pool culprit feel that the Judge is an im placable Joe, delighting to inflict condign punishment, rather thai the pitying friend pained at thi necessity to punish. But none pain ed at the crime demanding punish ment. Measured up to my idea of a mod? el Judge, dispensing justice in a man ner most highly to the g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 December 1890

The Ricluiioncl Planet. OL VII NO 4 : RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6,1890 PRICE 5 C NTS THE PLANET. 8ATURDAY - - - Die. ft, 1890. TIS BETTER NOT TO KNOW: You say you love in-:? eau 1 trust rha* abe, by mativ woo'il. By me, at v - timi herj, heart . -ons ta ney - Perhaps some other IsVS is there? Hut do not tel' me so: When knowledge elli bnt bring us ri Ttsbettet not to know Perhaps that eye bas beanisd with iove In days I kuew not ? I That ruby Up that bent in smiles For other* than for me; But let that lip Ita silence keep. I'll trust Hs k>ve like show: Since knowledge would bul bring me irrief. - '.wt ter not to know oh' what a aim pie love ls mind Whoa* wlshex make Its erred; ri I'll iw ble?t Indeed: Tis b I han thal IBB tears should flow ii kiiowWtiK-i- would Im* bring un grief. TM Tke Mvsro* Case. The ease of William Muscoe, alias Thomas Jordan, convicted of the murder of a police-officer at Char lotteeville/and sentenced to beihang ed, 'was argued in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 December 1890

THE RICHMOND PLANET.1 Published every Saturday by The PLANKT Fi hi.ishim; I'oMrASV, 814 E. Broad Street. Richmond. Va. JOHN MITCHELL.Jr..--- Editor All bbbbBlBBl?aa*BBBS Intas-ded lor pabUcaatlo mnit ba swot to taw editor J oas MrrvMau.-u Ja.. SU K Broad Straat and should rwach Bim bj T-aaad*t?jr._ TERMS IN ADVANCE. UM . l.trt Oaa Cop.r. oaa ymmr. Oas Copjr. siaiht months,... Oas Copy, six rn ob tba,. ... .Bl Oas t'npy, tuar aiuatbs. ... JW One Cop jr. tbrsa mouths..*M tSBs*i? Copy.Ot ADVERTISING RATES. For oas loeb, oaa Insertion.S Var oaa Inch, eavch subaaqaaaa* laaartloB. SOT two Inches*, threw mouths.. rar two Inches, six mouths.. far lao lilllie*, aloa mon tba.. far two inches twelve months. Manta**** and to nor al n utica*.. wt an di ns and tr analaat noUces, par Usa. a SA Tl" RDA Y, Dec. <;, ls??0 THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE President Harbison by hil annual message, has certainly placed himself in the fore grounc ol his Party, rallying it tx duties neglected, and calli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 December 1890

1 I'llK Pl. W KT SATURDAY TH in km; ni M* u vshiuy. A Colored Man Preaelie.s the N at tbe Inion Service r*ir the lu-1 Tir I Pabk The ?>1?1 '. mouth ha<i ?lay wheu i he Ri l*at> - t h?* Thniikx-^ivu :? nen na ;< ?*? ol the Park. Thin is the ttl li isl* irv td 11 inuii pranche* Mr. Sams**n hist* irv li Corolin."* and i- of ami Afn I hiring Iii time he has li**.' editor, lawyer, CJovernti Ice Hirer, author, and ininistii*. Ile - a member of thi Constit ut uami Convention and the) tirst colored clerk appointed to a position in the I-ni ted S1 Tr?*asury aft?'t* the war ol di diviuitj op Mr Samson by ti nu in A widely known lu***.' Tln*l' the lies WASHINGTON LETTER Congr< s* Ia lt* S ond Sts lou - Tin Work to be dm (From our Rega tt) Wash in At* ? ! ?eaker Recd, clock facing him iudleat* d noon, the House to order and formal ed the s? ?>f the Fit y ti - Congress open and ready for bu iiu After prayer hy Um chaplain the I de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 December 1890

THE PLANET FATURDAY, - - Dec. G, 1890. Thfj Keep Their Oaths-The Militia io Protect Him "Adjutant-General McDouuld yes? terday telegraphed Captain* J. M. ti arris, of the Notioway Grave, Blackstone, to hold hi* company in readiness to comply with any orders issued to him by tb-.* Sheriff of that county. This was in compliance with an order from the Governor, who received a letter from J udge VY: H. Mann, of Nottoway, stating that an effort would probably lie mad** t<> lynch Walter Johnson, the Negro who several weeks ago attempted to make a criminal assault upon Mrs. Elizabeth Mayers, aud whose trial is set in the court of that county to? day. Johnson has confessed his guilt, and was taken to the Petersburg jail for safe-keeping. He is to he transferred to Nottoway Court? house to-day, and it was ru mon**! that a mob was to intercept the Sheriff and his prisoner and lynch the latter. Blackstone, where the soldiers are, is about six miles from Nottoway Court-hou...

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