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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 July 1898

The v . ^ ^Ojeyrtc^e/tSfS, a "The shore part must lie entirely with you, air," 6aid Captain Kettle. "It's nixed up with the foreign enlistment set and tho AlabamiScase and a dozen other thiugs which n-v mean anything between jail sad cutMacation, and my bead isn't big nmu^ to hold it. If you'll be advised by me, sir, you'll see a real first class solicitor and staud him a drink aud pay him down what he asks right there on the bar counter and get to know exactly how the law of this business stauds before you stir foot in it Tne law here in England," said the little man, with a reminiscent sigh, "ir a beastly thing to fall foul of. It's nev- , er done kicking you, once it's got a fair start, and yon never know where it will shove ont its ngly hoof from next No, Air. Gedge, give me the States for nice, comfortable law, where a man can buy it by tne yard for paper money down, and straight pistol shooting is always remembered in his favor." { The young man who owned ths steamship Sultan ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 July 1898

SOCIETY COLUMN. PYTHIAN SOTE8. Manchester Lodge, ll, of Msnohester is on the mad to progress snd bids fsre to hsve s fine lot of working snd en tbusisstic members. There sre s few true snd tried members holding things together. Deputy Grand Chancellor Thomas W. Mitchell was present st the meeting Tuesday night and reports the condition of the lodge as being prosperous. Tbe business was trans? acted in s prcmpt msnner an<-> the fl nsnciat collection was good. The Manchester boys intend to keep the Py? thian bsnner a ri oat and the boom of the order in thst city ia having a great effect. Many are to be initiated st the next meeting. Your presence causes inspiration. We hsve contended thst s lsrge number of lodges would be organized this yesr and that Tidewater would come up with her quota. This fact was evidenced by the summoning of Grsnd Chancellor on the 22nd ult., to institute what is to be known aa Chari? ty Lodge, 32, of Berkley, Va. Twenty two healthy meu w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 July 1898

VOL. XV. NO- 30 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY 9. 1898 PRICE, 5 CENTS REV. JASPER'S SUN SERMON. Tile Persecution of the Jews-God's Care for Israel. The Ten Plagues?The Stubbornness of Pharaoh?The Host and the Red Sea-Leadership of Moses. The Death of the Egyptians?The Rise of Joshua. THE FALL OF GREAT GIBEON?THE GIANT RACE AND ITS OVERTHROW. THE SUN MOVES?A ROUND EARTH AND FOUR CORNERS?A PEOPLE WHOM THE LORD DOES NOT KNOW?GRIM HUMOR. The Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church, Rsv. John Jasper, pastor, -was not packed as usual when the divine I preaches his celebrated sun sermon. The cause of this, as explained by Dea? con Wilson was due to the fact that he had kept the same to himself because it had been represented to him that the society in question would bring with them s lsrge crowd from Washington, in addition to seversl hundred*of their own members. He accordingly took pains not to let the Richmond people know, or they would have crowded in to the seats left vscsnt by the sbseno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 July 1898

?it SATORDAY, JULY 9 I CORRESPONDENCE. BRAVE PATRICK McGRAW. A poor boy bit rn Was Patru-k S.cGraw, The finest ^uod fellow That ev<-r you saw. "Nj mean thin.; fir Patrick," Was over hi* Saw, The bravest of mnnkind Was Patrick McGraw. He fough' in his youth time With poverty strong. And early in manhood. He stood high among His riche-t eOtnp-*tri its, For nothing coule' awe The brave Erin laddy? Brave Patrick McG aw. When po ?r he was noble, And brave ss t ?? s s, When rich h_ aid ch-rnge not. For constant was lie ; The same g-n'rous nature Which had ne'er a Haw. K--11 welcomed old tr;enis of B ave Patrick McGraw He once was a trudge boy, But now a stern .lodge. Not a bit from the straight line Of right ? And tho, h-? preside-* in the High courts ot law, Ye ll find 'neath the ermine, Brave Patrick MeGraw. From .ludg- he was Colonel, Thtn General brave, His measure was lull, now, Of all h 3 cou'd crav^: He'd wealth and high station, With honors of war. And the heart of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 July 1898

V ? \T(/KP.V-.,jri.Y 9, 1898. ? THE KLEPTOMANIAC.:; By EODEIGUES OTTOLEKGUL [Copyrigh* tho Author.) OHJLPTEB L "In tho earlier days of my caryer," began tho dootor, "and even for mauy years after I bsgaa to consult*-: myself successful, I often found in* self with time oinmgagon' sfedkrlcs is a study of a lifetime, novae completely ma by any man, however assiduous. There for?< I made it a rule to devote as many hours as possible to r> tiding. Thus one afternoon, never miud how mauy years sro, I was sitting iu my study engrossed with a BOW Work OB toxicology, whoa a patient was announced, andi instructed my man to admit her. Bbs came iu timidly aud appeared embarrassed as to bow lbs should begin the OOBn tion. .Assuming my moat tones, I begged her to be seated and so explain ta mo what her trouble was. " *Oh! Ian not ill, doctor,' she said, sitting down. 'It is about my father that I have come.' Then she *was silent again. "Soe was young, hut not beautiful, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 July 1898

\_. PuMlsrted everv Satur lav liv Joh-> ell. Jr at HIM. 4th Si. Ettetutsood Va. up Hri SA do th it ly ch na U li? ll! JOHN MITCHELL. FR., . EDITOR All oommnnlcationaintended for publication Should be sent a.- aa to reach us Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. * Il> ?cine Copy, one year,.41.60 J >l One Copy,eight months,. LOB ? One? . One Copy, four i .60 ' ?? is,.40 Single Copy,,.06 ADVERTISING RAI For one Inch, one Insertion.$ 60 For one inch etch sul>9equent Insertion... ? j For two Inches. . 6 on ] For two Inches, six rn . ? For iv . 14 on I I For two I" . 3000 ' i Marriage and funera! . 60 Standing and transient notices per line. IC POST OF A DKNOMINATION ' Ml.VNTW TKKCK1VED BSCaUFTIi 1 KePi.ankt ls Issued weekly. The suut-.-rlp ton price is$i.:- advance. There are i sent by mail al our risk?In Ord?r; hy Bank Check or Draft, or an 1 ?. and \\ li." procured, in a Registered I.? Monet Orpers.?Yon can buy a Money Order at your Fost-Omee, for iu ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 July 1898

SATURDAY. JULY 9, 1898. CERVERAJAOGHT. Dewey's Great Feat at Manila Duplicated at Santiago. SPANISH FLEET WIPED OUT. The Number of Spanish Prisoners Exceed Sixteen Hundred. THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DEAD The Spanish Naval Commsnder Made an Attempt lo Escape From Santiago Har? bor, but Was Met by the Fire of Our Fleet, and After a Desperate Flying Fight Was Forced to Yield to the Superiority of Our Gunners?Complimented by His Cap? tor on His Gallant Fight ?The Captives Guarded by Our Troops to Save Them From the Vengeance of the Cubans?Only One Man Killen in the American Squadron Kingston, Jamaica, July 6.?A news? paper dispatch boat just arrived from the fleet ten miles west of the entrance of the harbor of Santiago de Cuba, brings the following story of the de? struction of Admiral C,ervera's fleet: Admiral Cervera's fleet, consisting of the armored cruisers Cristobal Colon, Almlrante Oquendo. Infanta Marla Te? resa and Vlzcaya and two torpedo boat destroyers, the Furor and the Pluto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 July 1898

Jfaebioti f f* THE WARDROBE. trimmings auld Acce?orlri of Pretty I mer Gowns. Belts of dall finished kid, plain, cna brolilorod or spangled, aro tho mode of tin Tnoniont, and grosgrain and satin rlblx with or without slides, are also worn. A few corselets aro soon, but those aro not the dominant idea. They aro mostly em? ployed In connection with tho long Fish ands tu much liked with soft summer gowns. It has been already mentioned that Stitchin-x and stitched straps aro tho chief iecoratlons of tailor made gowns, but tho Straps are of ton of satin instead of being ol sse same goods as the costume. Satin (?IKL'SCOSTCMB. ?traps are less severe than those of cloth snd give an aspect of greater elaboration. They aro also well used on jackets and Capes of light cloth in conjunction with ap plications of lace or embroidery, a - of trimming which may bs simple or rie.i, according as Hi1-' SSttn is of the same shadi as the cloth and tho applications unobtru ?Ive, or tbe satin ls of a contr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 July 1898

CM SXTURDAY, JULY 9, lRi)s WASHINGTON'LETTER A Satisfactory Fourth. THE VALIANT DEAD. The W ir Tax-Fighting Against Annexation. THE COMBINATION OF THE POWEfUJ Uc One Disturbed (From Our Regular Correspondent ) AV v?iiiN..r. m, July 1 1808 President McKinley probably, all things considered, never passed a mnre satisfactory Fourth of July than this one. Gen. Shafter DM justified all the confidence reposed in him hy winning a series of glorious victories af. S**intia go, victories in whi?h Admiral Samp? son and his gallant sail irs won ru-w honors for the Americnn navy, and which add no littlf to the respect felt by the world for the fishtin^ qualil of American?. Tnere i?. onl. one draw . back to the general rej >i<'irj: and th*t. is the lsrge number of killed and J wounded cn oir side. The victories' have been glorious, but th^y have also 1 bQen bloody. But such is war. The ! peans of victory are with rare excep? tions, such ss the victory of D^wey in ! Manilla B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 July 1898

SATURDAY, JULY i), 1898 MAGNO'S MESSAGE. News About Our Churches. FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATED WITH FIREWORKS. The Girls snd Dem Fortune Tellers?Oth? er Hanoenings of the Ward. Our roll of chronic grumblers seem? ed to here been s little longer cn Isst Sunday morning, when the sun with all ita power mounted the esatern ho? rizon. The fsces of many of our peo? ple ahowed signs of discomfit, thinking thst the oppressing heat would thwart their day's engagement*: thus they began to complain. Our churches were well attended by the other class The congregation of the First Bap? tist Church listened to an excellent sermon on Sunday morning. After the sermon an account of whst each mem? ber had done for the past six months wss rendered' Some seemed to have been "found wanting." Rev. John Jasper still holds his "Sin Theory." and declares that he will un? til his time shall end. He again ex? plain that theory on last Sundsy. The Bundey School Concert of tbe Moore Street Sunday School wss held o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 July 1898

VOL. XV. NO- 31 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY 16. 1898 PRICF.5CF.NTS THEY LYN! A Colored Man Dealt the 1 DIED PROTE! CEN A Brutal Mure No Efforts THE LAW DEFIED?Al Charlottesville, July 12 ?John Henry James, the oolored msn who as saulted MisaHotopp near here, was lynched near here by the infuriated citisens of Charlottesville and the county Yesterday afternoon James was taken by the officers to Pen Park, where he waa identified by the young woman aa her assailant. They aluo carried him to the scene of the out rsge. snd sscertsined by trying his snoea in the tracks found there that they oould have been made by no oth? er. He was then brought back and lodged in jail, a large crowd following the entire way. The officers were cha? ry of admitting thst he hsd been iden? tified, but the crowd could not be de? ceived, and angry mutterings and threats of lynching were heard on ev? ery aide. CARRIED TO STAUNTON. Inconsequence of this it wss thought best to remove the prisoner to Staun ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 July 1898

P^UirVM'-f;: s? ??< .i ??? ??? .?i -i ? ? i. ? - i ? saturday, ii ly 16, is98 lo sdieIeT Conrrrremder of Sa-ntt?go Peter mined Upon lUsistatvoe. _ TO BENEW BOMBARDMENT. Siege Gams Landed and Will Soon Be Position. THE SANTIAGO CABLE SEVERED ConDecttag He-raoa With Santiago? Beary Raise Drowa the Soldiers Out of the Treacles aad Make the Keats Impas . sable? Americans In a Position to Strike the Eaerny en the Left Flank and Make the Entrenchments Untenable PtSTS J-H>1 Kste, July IS.?General Toral has ?*nt out a rep1.}- *t'> General Fhafter-s ivfontl demand for the un? conditional surrender of Santiago, made by Uss latter Monday afternoon. In hi* reply General T<?ral rsfsr rad to his refueal to accede to the American demand made on Sunday, and again reiterated his determination to resift. Notwithstanding this*, the American batteries did not open Ure yesterday, and the renewal of tho- bombardment Will probably bo postponed until today, when ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 July 1898

SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1 A SAGITTARIUS WOMAN w: tb t:i BS w bl By OLABIOE IREKE OLIHGHAH. [Copyrlaht. 1898. by the Author.) On a long narrow peninsula pointing flaringly into a boisterous and turbulent soean ia a handsome cottage where ov? ary year Mr. and Mrs Lyman Baxter are wont to come, with a few intimate friends, for genuine rest aad recreation. Sometimes tbe Indian summer catohea them there sud holds them with ita sweet mistiuess sud yellow warmth of sun. Long ago some flippant visitor named tbe place "Saint's Rest" on aocount of tbe identity of the family name with the author o** a oertaiu volume much es? teemed by its Puritan ancestry, and the pseudonym clings to it. Late in tho summer season a conple of young people miKbt have been seen loitering on tbe besch. They were s handsome pair, aud they were absorbed in each other. They bad reached that plane of good fellowship where conver? sation is optional, not necessary. Cuth? bert Ogden waa s journalist and nuiue tbing of a Bohe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 July 1898

Published every Saturday by John Mitch ll .Jr at 311 N. 4th St. Richmond Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR , - EDITOR Ail oomsunlcationa tntenaed for publication ?Boole be eeot so ss to reach us Wednesday. TERMS IN ADV ANC*. * **>-ne Copy, one year,...fl.60 One Copy,eight months,..~ 1.09 One Cops/, six months._ ? i_. .80 One Copy, four months._._ .60 One Copy, three months,_ Bingle Oopy_. ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one Insertion.?^_^4 to For one Inch each subsequent Insertion.? 36 For two laches, three months..._ 0 06 For two Inches, six months_._1000 For two inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months. 80 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per lfne_ IC POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. IbePlanht ls issued weekly. The sn bec rip mi cn prune 1st 1.50s yeer,In sdvsnee. There sre rora wats by which money can be sent by mail at our risk?In a Post Office Money Order; by Bank Check or Dra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 July 1898

C0NF1DENT_0F VICTORY Commencement of Bombardment May Effect Santiago's Fall. THE BEMOVAL OF THE MINES. Disposition by the Danish Authorities to Prevent Our Government From TJslng Coal Stored at St. Thoma* aa rn Breach of Neutrality. Washington. July 18.?The Impression prevailed In official circles at the close of public business yesterday that the flag of truce was still flying- and that negotiations continued looking to a sur? render. The basis for these negotiations naturally could not be very broad in view of the Injunction the president laid upon General Shafter to accept nothing less than unconditional sur? render, but lt ls supposed that time may be consumed through the indulgence of General Shafter in allowing the Span? ish commander to communicate by cable with Captain General Blanco In the effort to obtain his assent to the surrender. General Toral undoubtedly bas before his eyes the vindicative abuse heaped upon the unfortunate Naval Commander Cervera for sur? rendering at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 July 1898

iis 8u. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. I Sa. 3 1 4 I 5 I 6 I 7 j^_9 10 _U Hi?. JA 15 JL6 17_18 _W^0 _?1^2 23 24 "25 26 "27 28 ^9 ^0 31 MOON'S PHASES. ffeJTun n 4-28 *_Moo<> O p. rn. ? Third - n 11:89 Quarts* IU a. m. tHew ? Q "hOS Moon lu p. m. ?*v First pa tiM y Quarter ZO a m. f som suffolk:. Waylaid Him?The Lady Screamed? Struck by an Engine?Political Oat lock. Si yroiK, Va., July 12,1S98. On the night of the Kth instant, be? tween 10 ard ll o'clock, a woman wa* heard hack of Wilson Street, near the Norfolk and westem R. R.. crying in a very loud and distressing voice It was discovered that Lucius Perkins, who was taking a stroll w>th her. had been struck ?*? ith a stone ard nearly mur? dered by Willie Green, who hsd been lying in a conceal' d plies waiting the at proath oT Perkins ar.d his lady friend "When they approached Green leaped from behind his concealment with a large rt one in hand and threw it with all possible force bringing hiB victim in*nnd;ate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 July 1898

SYTURDVY, JULY 10. 1?98 SAGITTARIUS WOMAN (Continued from Third Page ) -dear slr, believe roe, ic ts far better that I should leave my money to a char? itable institution than that it should be squandered by a young spendthrift with bad hereditary tendencies and the moon in Scorpio." "Well, if snob is your intention why not depart a little from established cus? toms? Why aot, for instaaoa, fouad a university of solar biology?" iaajwired the professor suavely, addiag: "I was just about to take a walk on the beach. If you are uot etherwise engagad. will you not accompany ?bp?" The general acquiesced, and they were presently crossing the groands in the direction af ths sea. Seated an a beach, a book in her hand, but with her eyes looking dreamily seaward, sat Miss Van Deering. "A fine woman," observed the goaar aL "Yes, decidedly. She's a Sagittari? us, " responded the professor. "Eh?" said the general sharply. "Yes, a Sagittarius. Born in that aign, you know?groat executive abil? ity....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 July 1898

OLD GLORY, A FLAC PITHIAN NOTES. Richmond Lodge, 1, meets next Mon -day night. Planet Lodge, 23, meets next Mon? day night. Excelsior Lodge, 29, meets next Tuesday night. The members qf Excelsior Lodge will be glsd ta lesrn that Master of Exchequer Isaac Crump is much im? proved. Myrtle Lodge meets on Thursday night. Eureka Company, 1, meets on Thurs day night. Unity Lodge, 24, meets next Friday night. Sylvia Court meet? Tuesday evening. Pure Gold Court meets on Monday evening. Unuy Court neets Thursday even? ing. Planet Court meets Friday even? ing. Blooming Lily Court ofCharchHill meets Tuesday evening. The banner of Pythian ism nas been unfurled to the bree se and the color beareri are determined to see that the nag shsll not trail in the dust. The members of the order all over the State are enthusiastic and are doing all in their power to see that the numbers are increased. One lodge has been in? stituted during this term already and just how many more will be is hard to tell. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 July 1898

VOL. XV. NO 3-2 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JTJLV 23. 1898 PRICE. 5 CENTS awhiteladyj The Utterances American BARBAROUS The Administration And Goniict Lease Sys THE CUBAN HORRORS . COUNTRY.?NAUSEA The Exposure Of The Crue Strong Plea Foi Mr. Mitchell. Dear Sir:?In looking over the last number of the Planet I waa much inter ested in what I read on one of itt pages. The extracts from the Cuvelasi Gabettb express my opinion exact 17. ''The closer tbe north and south get as a result of the war the harder it will be for the Afro-American." I have watched the progress of the war very carefully and have not failed to see that the "union of the two sections will be at the expense of the colored broth? er." I have shuddered when I thought of what the end would be. But then, God reigns. MB. BOBTUNB's REM AUK ABLE ASSERTION. I wish I could feel that Mr. Fortune was wrong when he said that President McKinley had established "a dead line beyond which an Afro-American can? not go into the volun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 July 1898

SATORDAY,JULY 23, l - WASRINGTONLETTER THE FALL OF SANTIAGO Yellow Fevtr Among the Troops. the boxd issn-;. National Banks for the I nies. NO PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. A 8:ory Without Foundation (From Our Regular (Vrrt-spondertt ) WasainwioM, Joly.18,1---9H. On lo f'orto Rico I and t>n ?o Spain! are no* the twin ?**? stell wo* ds of Pr si dent McKinley and hts administration. Commodore Watson'* fleet will pr bi bly be on the way IO Spain before this is printed, and the i xpedition against Porto Bjao wnl be started at the earli? est 'pr>#sible m Meet. Havana is to be lett alon*1 for the time being, as tb** delay is daily weakening the effective? ness of Bianco's troops. tren. Shafter's great rietorv in the capture of Santiago and 25.000 Spanish troop**, w th their arms and ammuni? tion, would have caused much more rejoicing had it not been accompanied by the news that the yellow fever had broken cut in our army at Santiago. Everthing thst money and science anc medical...

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