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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 July 1898

Yon might go far afield h-efore yon ^ tjunti two more qaesrly associated kniK Bdastljf th;iu the Jew of , Whiteohat-el and t ilofSinga- c pore who were f-ittiiv together orel a t bottle of brandy la a li h room ( behind a tin in nhl De j Beers road. Kimberley, late oue night in . tho earl] nnoommoa tiling hore ia this vortex of ?? tosr. villainy into which U magical glitter of tho diamond, m< fut.il lt; glint of -cold, h men of all colors and oroods from tho remotest ends of the SB-taV ! , "something was evidently exercising ! the mini of thu Jew vr-y sca_S*U fur his vromiuont Byes kept Brandering restli ttlj about th-.i little rootu, fleshy, pendent nadir lip trembling ev- j itv uow and theu witr neut ot i his lu-avy jaw ; his fat, lavishly jewel* ri ; fiug* rs kent alternately drumming the dirty table and wt-ndering aimlessly j through bia black and rather greasy locks. The Chinaman sat with his long nailed fingers ii* *a the lap of \ his ample blouse ssid looked at him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 July 1898

Published everv Saturday by John Mitch all. Jr. at 311 N. 4th St. Richmond Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JF.,? - EDITOR All eommuBloeuoasiavenaed for pa al tea tlon ho ala] he aeat touts reach ua Wedaaeday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? ?Toe Copy, one year. f ? One Copy.eight months._.-._ LOS One Copy, six months.._,._,._, .80 One Copy, four months-._- M One Copy, three months,.m._.40 Bingle Copy_._.Ot Bt Ji da lt Fe ADVERTISING RATB8. For one inch, one insertloa._$ K For one Inch each sukeequent insertion... SB For two laches, three months..__, S 00 For two Inches, alx months._. loon FOr two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve aionths_. 80 00 Marriage and funeral notloea,. 60 Standing and transient notices per line? 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON 8UBSCRIPTIONS. ThxPlanbt la issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ls tl.SO a year, la advance. There are roua wats by which money can be eent by mall atour risk?in :t Pout Office Money Order; by Bank C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 July 1898

SATURDAY, TU LY 23. 1898 SAMTIAGO Tha Stars and Strifes Waves Drer the Vanquished City. 6J& IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. Surrender of the Spanish Arms to General Shafter's Troops. SANTIAGO'S MILITARY GOVERNOR. General McKibbin Has Bees Placed hi Tem? porary Command of the Surrendered City. Geaeral Taral's Pathetic Attitude at the Meeting ef Commissioners to Arrange | Terms af Surrender?A Channing Ex? ample ef the Large Hearted Generosity of American Sailors. Santiago, Cuba, July 13.?The Ameri? can flag is louting in triumph over the ^vernor's palace at Santiago de Cuba, ?nd General McKibbin has been ap? pointed temporary military governor. Amid impressive ceremonies the Span? ish troops laid down their arms be? tween the lines of the Spanish and American forces at 9 o'clock yesterday forenoon. General Shafter returned to General Toral the latter's sword after lt had been handed to the American com man_er. Our troops, lined up at the trenches, were eye witnesses of the ?ceremony....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 July 1898

fashion CHILDREN'S FASHIONS. at Ia Worn hy Well I)r?viee4 Little aad Hall (imwu lilrla. Full bodices remain Lb favor for little (Iris, ivs they ;uv ttmj lo m-ik.-and comfort? able to wear. Sk malty plain, hm* tnay be gathered -Ul unmiiil or cut with a tablicr TiiiM!iiin_r 1 ? >:~.-d lor tho skirt of party or other nice dn.-ss.-s, velvet, rib? bon, galloon insertion or embroidery being applied horizontal!-. - in a slmulon-ii apron sha-..-. Oneal tl,, ?ut motl. 1h shows ? grlrt'a fi-oak in which the skirt consist*-of thn>o Uouiiea* This tea pretty styli- for thin. o\vi^rown chil? dren, who arv nut to look awkward and weedy in a plata skirts 1 Mouse Uxlices, With or without a barque, aro ballad tn, but thc Ult is pluln Ukfl is fastened with te. a boa* or an unpretentious buc? kle, jeweled, oaaaMled ami wrought maia] belts being eonHned to grown persons. Children's sliwe* arcputT. d ;i little nt the top aud almost lu variably have a cap or au GIRL'S DRESS, ?paulet ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 July 1898

SATURDAY, JI'I.Y 23, 1898 lue Mn ijjfl?Ef|!i By CHARLES W. HARWOOD, .Copyright. 1S9S. by the Author.] Kepler Paine had swung his chair around facing his guests, but bis hand still rest?-d affectionately on a copy of The Maxima, which lay open upon bis desk. There was an air of entire satis? faction on Paine's face. The Maxims was jnst ont that day. and it contained t story which ho had wi Ht eil a year be? fore, the first of his stories whioh that magazine had deigned to accept. k Hall was lying upon the lounge With a pipo in his month, and Prarie had jost entered the room. A thin faced, dark complexioned man was Prarie, al? ways cool, self possessed and critical. "With a quiet bnt friendly greeting he sat down and helped himself to a ciga? rette from Paine's box. Frarie wrote the book reviews for The Polygon. "I looked over yonr story in the ad? vance sheets," h^ remarked, blowing emt acloadof smoko. "1 gave you three There aro good points about that story. Paine. Your burglar is u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 July 1898

SATURDAY, JULY 23. 1?H8 FOOD FOR THE STARVING J Bed Cross Steamer Relieving the tte. Destitution in Santiago. A FRANTIC RUSH FOR THE FOOD. mX Bccnm<> IfaoOaBBary to I'lm-o l"lek<>t* am Guard lo Ih-'mt U-~ 1*11ima1 l>K | trtbutton?The i ity la h Tea liable T rveit Hoi*. Santiago de Coba. Ju y M.?TIM Red Cross WWJeQ's s al Texas ?rrivrd at 6 O'clock Sunday evening. Mon.Vi: I.-.y break Dr. Iwell. who is in charge af the work J unload:i -ht stores In to heart of tho ctt_r and one large on the M stevedores be steamer. She ? s on board. Tlr*- :.;.:* n at S o'clock. O_.lo--.in ; ? | und and a halt of rations tm ea. li -" sen. Whoa the unloading Wegan crowds <'f hall" starved citizens ih'd IO the dork, fighting, trampling another under foot, breaking open and stealing the supplies, yiua'iy a picket of troops was placed -Oaa the -.vharf. refusing admittance to oayone. The entire cargo had been landed be? fore the distribution ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 July 1898

VOL. XV. NO 33 >Nt? VTRQINTA. **?' '??' RI>AY. JULY 3d. !S9?. PRICE, 5 CENTS MR. BAYLOR I He Proposes thal onization of Cu afro-americ charge of me: Charges that Arch Bish erful at Washington Heirn Struck THE PAPAL GOD AND ' WHICH ANSWERED / ARRAIGNMENT OF TIQNS?FOOD FC HAUSA, 1RELAHDI8M ABD THE COLOE-LIHE IS OUBA. 'Freedom's battle once begun. " Bequeathed from bleeding sire to son, 'Though oft betrayed will yet be won." "(live me liberty or give me death." ?Patiick Henry. Pbovidsnce, R I, July 23. 1896. The splendid letter of J. Thomas Hewin. of Boston, to the Riehmoad Planet, published in your tuition of the Uth of July, is one of the most im? portant contributions to the literature of tbe war between Papal j uled Spain and Papal-ruled Imperial America, yet published, lt forces suddenly to the front an issue, which, if pressed bv the friends of liberty is sure to arou&e not only the whole country, but the civil? ised world. THAT CUBAN PROCLAMATIO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 July 1898

SATURDAY, JULY 3\ 1898. REY. SMITH WRATHY He is Outspoken Against the Texas Writer. The Prejudiced and Their Weaknesses. The Law and the Gospel. THE LIBERAL-MINDED WHITE CIT? IZENS. Plain Talk for the People. Concord Depot, Va., July 20, '98. Mr. Editor:?I have been aroused by a nefarious article published in the Texas Herald E;ho In the issue of Jun* 30. 1S9S, entitled "Caucasian vs African," by Brother Penstock WU] you allow me a little 6pace is my dear beloved Planet to say something to the coward ? OT course that scoundrel showed that he is a poltrvion by concealine his worthless nam**. Bat I see that he does not live so far down in the swamp** of Teras as not to have seen your praiseworthy journal He says that "This Richmond Ape," (meaning you) insinuates that if our officers are placed in command of the Negroes that they may win fame, Bnd in promulgating such a statement, he orly exhibits dense ignorance bo com? mon to the tribe"?monkeys, of course. BTBONQ LANGUAGE. I want to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 July 1898

SATURDAY, J.'LY 30. 1?9S Ibe Shadow of tbe Greenback Lf^i By EOBERT BABB. -? - ? !T" ICopyrlght, 1S98. by the Author.J * Hickory Sam needed but one quality to be perfect. He should have been an t arrant coward. He was a blustering i braggart, always boasting of the men he had slain and tho odds be had contend? ed against, filled with stories of his own valor; but, alas, he shot straight and rarely missed unless ho was drunker than usual. It would have been delight- | ful to tell how this unmitigated ruffian j bad been held up by some innocent ten? derfoot from the east aud made to dance , at the muzzle of some quite new and i daintily ornamented revolver, for this j load mouthed blowhard seemed just tbe j man to flinch when real danger con? fronted bim ; but, aad to say, there was ; nothing of tho whito feather about j Hickory Sam, for he feared neither I man nor gun nor any coin lunation of j them. He was as ready to tight a dozen as one, and ouce had actually held up tbe United St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 July 1898

fw. ? -? _ - PuMHshed ever' ell. Jr. at SUN. 4th St. ! Va. JOHN MITCHELL..FR.. - EDITOR All communication*mtenaed for publication he aid Ts* sent *o ?? to reach o? ley. TKRMS IN ADVANCE. ? rtne Copy, one year,.#1.60 One Copy,eight months,. One Copy.six months. jto One Copy.four a-toath*.60 One Cony, three months,.40 ' One Copy, tnree Single Copy,_ .05 ADVERTISING RATES. Tor one inch, one insertion.?........$ BO , For one Inch eseh subsequent insertion... 96 For t-.rs inches, three mouths,. 6 Ot For two inches, six months. I For two Inches, nine month*. 14 00 I Fot two inches;, twelve months. 30 00 Marriage and funeral notices,. 60 Standing and transient notices per line? 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. IhbPi anet is issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price is91.50 s year, In advance. There are rota tats sy which money can be sent by mall atour risk?In is Post Office Money Order; by Bank Check or Draft, or an Express Money Older...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 July 1898

SVTURDW. JULY 30, 1?9S PYTHIAN NOTES. Tbere is at present a move on foo' to organiz** a new lodge in thia city and another opportunity presents itself for the consideration of those initiated in? to the mysteries of the order. The Pythian fever is raging and it is hoped that all persons who have not as vet been a victim will become so at once. C al tc i* t! The females are at work also and they have determined to make the Courts a success. Their members are on an increase and the public is having a general interest in their welfare. The boom of the order is a puzzle to many, so much so that they have ap }>lied for admission in many cases rom mere curiosity in order that they may have a chance to see what is the cause. There can be no such thing as failure when we attempt to do right, and this kind of principle will make friends out of your foes. Every member of the order must make himself a member of the Look Out Committee and pledge himnell to bring at least two members ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 July 1898

Jfasbion Ibints Cor tbe Xabies. FASHIONS FOR DOGS. ***** Prevailing Mode* Ij and For Camino Favorite*. Since do**-* are fashlonsable they have their own fashions also, which Paris sets as carefully as she doro those for human be tngs. It is the correct thin**; for a poodle to wear a bracelet upon one of his fore paws. A pug must have a metal collar. A King Charles spaniel properly wears a ribbon around his neck and is sometimes likewise provided with little boots, in or ?*ar to preserve tbe long silky hair on his WALKING TOILET. feet. Tiny terriers arc adorned with Jew? els, which in cold weather ara arranged on the back of Usa little overcoats of gray cr beige cloth with fur trimmings. Grey? hounds, which were one? so groat favor? ites, aro no longer the mode, large watch dogs being preferred?Danes, collies, St. Bernards, etc Hunting dogs always carry the regulation oullar of leather, with a lnetal plate. Among tbe last mentioned class of animals cocker spaniels and fox terriers en...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 July 1898

saturday, july 30, isos. a . FROM WASHINGTON. Porto Rico as an Ameri? can Colony. CO.inODORE WATSONS FLEET The Transportation of the Spaniards. GEN. GARCIA AND GEN. SHAFTER. The Growth of the trade. [From Our Regular Correspondent.] Washington, D. C., July 25, 1898. Cncle Sam took the first step to. wards the acquisition of another de? sirable piece o' real estate, when Gen. Miles hoisted 'Old Glory" on Porto Rico, and, whatever may be done with other captured territory, it is certain that Porto Rico is going to be ours to ke?*p. In addition to the troops with Gen. Miles, two other armies are to be anded at different points in Porto Rico at once. Then the three armies will capture all of the smaller places before moving in concert on the heavi? ly fortified town of San Juan. Three weeks ia the outside estimate of the length of the campaign,althougth Presi dent McKinley's desire that San Juan nhall be taken without infantry as? saults upon the breast works,if possible may lengthen th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 30 July 1898

1 J I 1 1 I i i ! t 1 1 < 1 SATURDAY. JII.Y 23, I A PLEA FOI PEACE - Spain Makes a Direct Appeal to , Pr es id ?.?nt McKinley. PRESENTED BY M. CAMBON. The French Ambassador Acts for" the Spanish Government. SPAIN MAKES NO DIEECT OITEE. The Only Apparent Desire of the Don Ia to Bring About a Cessation of Hostilities,' and It Seems Likely That Our Govern- | anent Will Refuse to Stop Our Succession : of Victories Unless tho Enemy Offers' Material Concessions. Washington, July 27.?The Spanish . government has sued for peace, not in-j directly, through the great powers of j Europe, but by a direct appeal to Presi-j dent McKinley. The proposition was! formally submitted to the president at j t o'clock yesterday afternoon by the j French ambasador, M. Jules Combon, I who had received instructions from J the foreign office at Paris to deliver to the United States government the ten? der of peace formulated by the Span? ish ministry. At the conclusion of the conference between the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 August 1898

VOL. XV. NO. 34 RICHMOND, VIRGINIAN ATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 1893 PRICE, 5 CENTS *0 rORrT JOURNAL EFFECT OF A SPANISH SHELL CN THE TEXAS When this shall struck the American battleship. Contain Philip was stsUstl lns; on tho budge. Ila immediately sent the officers with him to places of greater safsty, but hiaaself remained at bis exposed post. This view ol the damage to the. Texas was taken looking toward the bow and shew* how the plaaking of tho superstructure was rent and tom. All of this part of ta* ship might havo boon shot away, however, without patting her out of action. The picture was taken July 4. CAMP CORBIN NEWS. Six Companies in Camp MANY VISITORS LAST SUNDAY. Two Able Sermon by Rich* mond Divines. Y. lt. 0. A. TENT TO BE REMOVED. 6th Regiment, Vb. Vol Inf., Can-, Va. rsbuis* under command of Captain.T A. C. Stevena reached camp laet. Saturday evening and were given arousing reception by she b> y of ths other sooapsMiies Lat?*r in evening a serenade was tendered the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 August 1898

SATTKD.W. a rr.. 6 1898. THE DEFEAT OF CERVERA As Told in thc Conquerors' Ofiicial Reports. COMMODORE SCULPTS MODESTY. in tc ri m bl. to sa pf ts "\ Bl ?;i ba Ti of Ul He Congratulates Sampson on the Great Victory, COMMANDERS EXTOL THEIR MEN lt Schley, Clark and Evans Declare That They Never Served With Braver Sailors Than the Valiant Fighters Who Destroy? ed the Spanish Fleet Off Santiago in the Battle of July 3. ton. July 27.? Tho reports of ral Sampson, Commod ami tin* como Wtl Of the North Atlantic Bqua given to t nicht. That of Admiral Bampsoo is addressed t" Um - of th<- navy, whllei Um other- .1 to Admiral E ader of Um Bet t. They are given below. COMMANDER'S REPORT. He Refers But briefly to the Work of Com? modore Schley and Extols the Gloucester. TJ. P. FlSgBhlTP New York, off Bal de Cul>;:. rul.a. July IA, l 1 have the honor to make the fcllou the butt ami UM il. - ru< ti.m of Um Bl squadron commanded by Admin vern, elf BanttesJO OS Cuba, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 August 1898

SATURDAY, AUG G. 1898. A Suffering Saint; By HABEIET PKESOOTT SPOPPOBD. ICopyrlght. MSS. by the Author.] The river waa sparkling, the boughs ] ?were waviug, the beea orara humming, warbles fell from the topmost top of tha sun tipped pines and cedars, the warm sir was full of the scent of flowers and the laughing of children, and suddenly on all the sweet tranquillity came tha harsh clang of a bell, a huge brass din? ner bell. "Ob, that poor eu fifer in saint!" cried Mrs. Mathor, running toher wiudow. "I declare ef it ain't too bad ! I duuuo how she ever etan's it I There they go, thom fellers. I sh'd think they'd be ashamed to death !" And while she was exclaim? ing the man in his short sleeves iu tho opposite dooryard, with a white face and black burning eyes and a lol uncombed hair, went un nourishing hid great dinner boll over Hs bead, ringing it with all bin might, and half a tl men who had ju n down their tools were running to auswor it. "Come on! Como on!" be shouted with a st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 August 1898

? Mn ????' >1 n Mitch J. Ji. st ;>J1 N.4tb M. I va. JOHN MITCHELL,.rp.., - EDITOR AU communleationsinuMMied for publication Tao ula k*e sent so s* to reach ns " TK! ^ K. av/ vyne Copy, one vear,.Jl.BO . 1.00 .so . One Cobs, three months.to -'.ing'e Copy,. ADVK'iTISlN't; RAI for one incl tlon._S 6c For one For two Incl. 6 00 For t\\ . IO OP For two Inches, nine month?. For two inches, twelve n 20 00 Marriage ami funeral notices.. Standing and transient notices per line. l< POSTAL: I OF A DKHOstnCATIOli HIGMKKTMA' OM B17B8CKIPT] 1 iixPi.ankt ls issued weekly. The sn bec rip lion ? nee. There are hu'r ways Iv which money can be sent by mail atour risk?"in . I' lonej Ord**r,by Bank Chock or Draft, or sn K? Money Order,and wheo none of these can be procured, in a Registered Letter. MONKY OBOBBB.?Yon cnn v Order at yoo r i mond Post-Ofhce. and we will ! safe a rri \ tallied at a the Unit. Fargo and fo.'- iany. We will Ix responsihle for money sent by any o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 August 1898

SATURDAY, AUG 6, 1898. SPAIN SUBS. Sagasta's Cabinet Yields to Oar Government's Pc in ands. AN END TO HOSTILITIES. The Spanish Answer Ia Now En Route to Washington. OUR DEMANDS ON THE SPANIARDS We Hold Cuba For the Cubans, But the Other Spanish Islands in the West Indies Become the Property of This Gov? ernment?We Retain the Island of Gua han, in the Ladrone Group, as a Coaling Station?We Will Have at Least a Coal? ing Station in the Philippines, and Prob? ably More?Wo Demand For Money In? demnity?The Disposition of the Philip? pines to Be Decided by a Joint Peace Commission. London, Aug. 3.?A special from ?Madrid says: "Spain accepts the prin? cipal conditions of peace as set forth by the American government, and only the peace details are needed to cause all hostilities to cease at once. A peace delegation will be chosen at once to confer with representatives of the United States. The peace conditions set forth by President McKinley were ?discussed at length yesterday by Min? iste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 August 1898

ffasbion Ibints tor tbe Xabies. WARM WEATHER ATTIRE. **"Bdn Apparel of HoB For tho Hottest Season*. Bow to keep cool is a problem which perplexes many women who suffer intense? ly from warm weather, yet do not wish to ?pend their summer in the seclusion of ?avoir bedroom and a lawn wrapper. Thin ?underwear, if cara brio or lawn, la of Bourse au understood thing, and open Work corsets, the shorter the better, should tat adopted, as thereby much discomfort ls escaped. Tbe variety known as the ay ci ing or riding corset is hardly more than a girdle and is comparatively oool. 60 much transparent fabrlo is worn this lammer that there are sheer dimities with? out number to choose from, and thin ?rrenadiues also, but if these are still too thick white or cream dotted wash net a-auh as is used for ties and Ile hus will ba BATHING BOTT. ?sand entirely satisfactory. It must bo Bando without a lining, of course, and Bony be prettily shirred and gathered. A ?ilk uudcrdress is not at all requisi...

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