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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 August 1898

' SALTIA is /**f aA7V 0 nfc ? /-*w ? ?? Sevil la gjfSnA " r _$1 *V****? JO 1*2 SS ? ? * *?3? FIGHTING YELLOW FEVER AT SANTIAGO. Although yellow fever has broken ont in tho ranks of tho American army, the work of fiphtim* it is in tho hands of two exports, Dr. John Gniteras and Dr. Nicholas Semi. Dr. Guiteras is undoubtedly the greatest authority on yellow fever in tho medical profession. He has epent years in fighting tho dis? ease and as tho medical representative of the United States has prevented the spread of tho farer from Cuba to the United States on many occasions. As he haH successfully coped with six or seven threatening epidemics ho will doubt? less he able to |aTS)VCB( (he fever from creating havoc in tho army. Dr. Nicho? las Semi, one of tho most distinguished surgeons in tho United States, is a na? tive of Switzerland, hut has lived in this country since he was 9 years of age. Ho bas boen president of the American Medical association. Tho map shows how (leueral Sbafter ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 August 1898

SATTRIAVY. AUG. 6 ls' PKOM BOSFO-K. Dr. Seaton Returns- Dr. Bowling to Enlist?Personals- Gets One Year for As-iault. Norfolk, Va.. Aug. 2,1898. 8ince the return of the Ker Dr Sen sou to the p*8tora'e of St. John A M. E Church, he has gone t'? work with a vim on the bonded debt of the church, ?nd expects this year to pay the major portion of the church debt. H is finan? cial sys;tem ia in ace nd wih th- en? tire church membership and they are supporting him in hit plana. Further more should the tina* ejaj receipts thi^ year only equal last yetr's, while every indication point a greater onr, the Doctor will accomplish his ?! Notwithstanding his last rear's re? ceipts exceeded any previous records, the Doctor is still determined to do better. Tha memb/rs are anxious that hebe allowed to stay h-r**hi years, feeling at the same time that he will leave St Johns Church for the bishopry, for which he is strongly urg? ed uni is in every particular c*:ialitit-*d. Rc v K. B. Bowling; is being ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 August 1898

DR. JONES REPLIES. ENDORSES THE [PLAN? ET'S POSITION. A Distinction With A/_Dif ference. CIVIL AND SOCIAL RIGHTS. Richmond, Va., Aug.IlCth, 1896. Mr. John Mitchell, Jr., Editor "The Planet.*" Fir:?Allow me to thank you for your most excellent editorial answer? ing the "Times'' article on "A Sensible Negro." Let me also say that I endorse your article from beginning to end. Why the "Times*" should quote me as they did is more than I can understand. I sent the editor an answer last Satur? day and it appears in their izzue of to? day, (Aug. 10th) under the heading af "Civil Rights and not Social Equality.'* WHAT BI n.D SAT. In spe .king of the two races, I dis? tinctly said the Anglo-Saxon having enjoyed freedom and its treat advan? tages, hundreds of years ahead of the Negro, naturally made them superior in wealth and intelligence as a race. My article in to-day's issue will fully explain just what I said and meant. Fraternally yours, R. E* mutt Jonch. PERSONALS AND BSIEPS. -Miss Este...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 August 1898

Takihc oescxvArtoHS'or SAntiaco >f*cn*i M>4.trAM,r BALLOO* THE CAPTIVE BALLOON AT SANTIAGO. One of the novel features of Major (Jem-ral Shaffer's attack upon Santiago -was the uso of the war balloon. The balloon was halal captive by wiro cables, through which telegraph and tele-phone messages concerning the location and strength of tho Spani.-h fortifications were sent to 'General Shafter until the balloou was rent by ripauish shrapnel. MR. BAYLOR SPEARS AGAIN. HE TELLS THE WHOLE TRUTH. The Downfall of the Two Elements. NORTHERN WHITE LA? BOR AND THE RACE PROBLEM AT THE SOUTH. A Thoughtful Document. What Will the Fu? ture Be ? As the war with 8pain has imparted a tremendous impulse te the final solu? tion of the race problem at the south and as the solution of that problem in? volves potentially the cause of liberty ?ttiP-lKiC-HT 184-9 BY U-SMES GO8PJK6E1 AMERICAN SOLDIER REPAIRING CUBAN'S GUN. Our Gillian allies at Santiago havo boen much discussed, some army officers declari...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 August 1898

SATURDAY AUG. 13 I 'A flOTHER OF FIVE." By BEET HAETE. _OOfqrf_sM the Author! She was a mother?nud a rather r\ emplary one?of five children, although her own age wu** hardy '.). Two of these children wre twins sad she generally alluded to them as "Mr. Amplach'a children, " referring to an exceedingly respectable geutienian in t_Te next set? tlement, who 1 have reason to believe has never set eyes ou her or them. The twins were quito naturally alike?hav? ing been iu a previous state of I two uiuepius?and were still somewhat vague and irrelevato below their shoul? ders in their long clothes, bnt were also Cnn and globular about tho head, aud HMM were DOl wanting those who pro? fessed to soo iu this au unmistakable re? semblance to their reputed father. The other children were dolls of ditTereut ages, sex and condition, but the twius may be said to have been distinctly her own conception. Y? t such was her ad? mirable and impartial maternity that tho inver made nny difference between t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 August 1898

Published every Satur lav bv John Mitch? ell, Jr. at 311 N. 4th St. Richmond Va. OHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR All eemmnntoauonainvenaed for publication H-emla wm sent no as to reach ns Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. a> ?*ne Copy, one year,._.41.60 One Copy,eight months-.. LOO One Copy, six months,. .80 One Copy, four months._ .60 One Copy, three months,..40 Single Copy,-.06 ADVERTISING RATES. Par one Inch, one Insertion._.-$ CO For one inch each subsequent Insertion-.. 26 For two Inches, three months._, 6 0* For two inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 1* 00 For two inches, twelvemonths. 20 00 Marriage and funeral notices.. 60 8 tandi ag and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. ThePlanet ls issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price is $1.60 a year, in advance. There are four ways by which money can be seat by mail at our risk?in .. Post Office Money Order: by Bank Chock or Draft, or an Exp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 August 1898

?*&?: iv MONTITO'S FLAGSHIP, REtt BAT' Probably yon remember vividly th< -after sho was blown up iu Havana barb* shows what was left of Admiral Mouti; Dewey had finished with her in Manila 1 between tha appearances of the two wrt ?well must look upon thom with varying John T. Mccutcheon, an artist in the ei Ob the dispatch boat Mcculloch and sa tioed that tho entiro superstructure of tl tipper part of one smokestack being left BBConraoy of American gunners. CAMP CORBIN NEWS. BIGHT COMPANIES IN CAMP. roth Cavalry Move?Promo? tions Numerous?Litera? ry Formed?Y. M. C. A. Tent. 6th Regiment, Va. Vol. Inf., ] Camp Corbin, Va. All of the companies comprising the J First and Second Battalions are now in -camp and we have about 850 men The men in camp are b?ginning to tire of the monotony and daily routine of camp life, and are anxious to be sent to the front, where they may have an opportunity to distinguish themselves. TtVSM seems a possibility of an early ; movement, ag the Quarte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 August 1898

fasbior SUMMER FASHIONS. Prevailing Cat and Finish of tko Neweit Skirts. Now that applications of lace, embroid? ered u]H?n cloth and silk, aro so much I worn, detached laen motifs* aro manufac? tured on purpose for application. Hut tor- ! flics, bo-.vkniit-* ;an<l ]valna leaves aro aniong tho most strikiiij. Maw cfTix-tivo designs, i The gooda U-n-'ith tho motif aro sometimes ?tit away, so th.it Hm lining ls displayed throuvch the li Beige with red orgn-?*-n trimmings and pearl gray with mauve ur pink aro among tho favorite color eoiubinat ions this sum? mer. Hoi univ has crinoline, with every other ?"Ort of stiffening material, disap; from skirt *, luit even t ho lining I going, the new skirts falling softly over a lower or drop skirt of silk, which need not be as ample as the outside, but should Ihj ?? carefully cut and fitted. As a rule, TRAVELING COSTtTatE. there ls no fullness at Hm top of any skirt even the mvessiny allowance at the bael being confined in tine or two plait...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 August 1898

^Vv SATURDAY AUG. 13 1898. FROM WASHINGTON. peace tine LIMIT. Spain Will Ncgotiate.-The Campaign in Porto Rico. THE TRADE OUTLOOK. The Medical Corp Defended, [Fro-^ Our Regular Correspondent ] Washington, D.C.. Aug. 8th, 1898. President McKinley is so confident from the assurances he has received that thp Spanish government will, as soon as it can with safety to itself, formally accept our trrmu of peace, that he is devoting considerable time to deciding upon just the right men to represent the U. BL upon the comm is sion that will be charged **-, ith tbe im? portant and delicate duty of negotiat? ing the treaty of pe".e.-? between' the I" 8. and Spain. Notwithstanding his confidence, there vs a limit to the time he is willing to g've the Spanish gov? ernment to square itself with the peo? ple of Spain. The French Ambassador, who is representing Spain in Washing? ton, has been told that unless the terms of peace are accepted in a given time, they will be withdrawn, and that if they ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 August 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. Mr. C. A. Jones. 817 W Franklin St , Baltimore. Md., a mail-earner (or l"*tf yeare at Mair cheater. Haw Ham* shire, says: 'The O.d Indian Herb Medicine lian cured nie <?f ee_?-ma of thirty years ?tending. Yea. after peratehing and seratehinc'a-'d iiehinv and itaaing in fact no et d of scratching and itch ing. _BO*BSO_av rheumatism, dyspepsia snd indigestion incurable piles ca tarrh of the head and U-iest; 1 had no taste nor *m:*ll; and a complication of complaints. I had to give up carrying letter*, in fwct I was not able to do anything. My feet and hands were cracked to th" bones. In fact my whole body was a mass of sores and scabs and acales. My stomach wac Bick and sour at all times. 1 spent money first with one doctor and then another, but got no relief, but seemed to get worse all tbe time until some one advised me to go to the Old Indian Herb Medicine Man at 616 North Eu taw Street. Baltimore and I mu>t say I got a permanent cure in every way. Resp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 August 1898

VOL. XV. NO. 3t> RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, AUGUST '20. 1898 PRICE. 5 CENTS .WI ?? IBM MANILA CAPTURED Short Bombardment and Quick Advance b.v Our infantry. THE FLIGHT OF AUGUSTI. Spanish Commander Escapes to Hong Kong on a German Ship. OLYMPIA FIRED THE FIRST SKOT. And the First Colorado Regiment Was the First to Charge the Spaniards in the ] Trenches?Admiral Dewey Has Probably Ere This Forced the Surrender of Two Other Philippine Ports and Captured Sev? eral Steamers?Captain General Augusti Leaves Hong Kong for Madrid. London, Aug. 17.?The Manila cor? respondent of The Daily Telegraph says: Nothing could be more humane than the American capture of this town. General Merritt's and General Dewey's plan was to spare every object but the defenses and the trenches. Apparently the American losses were extremely small. The Spanish entrenchments varied In point of distance from two to four miles from the center of old Manila. Defending this long line of at least tea miles were not o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 August 1898

SATURDAY AUG. 20 1898. FROM WASHINGTON. f A GLORIOUS RECORD.! COMMISSIONER^ TO BE SELECTED. Tlie Revenue Cutters Trans? ferred. THE LOYALTI OF THE SPANISH AMERICANS Many Trooos Needed for Garrison Duty. {From Our Regular Correspondent Washington, D. C.. Aug. 15. '98. No other country ever did, and it is not likely that any other country ever will, in the short space of three month* snd s half fight such a remarkable war as the U. S hss just fought to a suc? cessful close. It was one line of auc eesses, without even a single set back from Dewey's victory in Manila Bay to the acceptance of the terms of peace by the French Ambassador, authorized to act for Spain Without detracting in the slight* st deeree from the hon? ors a grateful cou ltry are paying the heroes who participated in ?he right? ing, it is well to call attention to the fact that there ig a man in Washing? ton to w Ik se iron will and sleepier energy more credit is due for the glor? ious results nnd ending of the war tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 August 1898

<$? Wags rn AmW?t ~~7^'' <C0PYRI0WT 1897 et In ths year 161 .rim: came, ?here arriv??d at .Mrelsau a 1'iviich u?> bleniau of hi^h rank ami Knut pow sions and endowed with n m plishmcnts. Qa OsbTM to visit Prince If, whoso acquaintance be ! made while tho prince Wi - iu the ? received M. da laaoraanilsn?lat such was his name?most graciously sent a guard of 1" duct bin the raslie of Zonda, whore the pr; was til. i In company with I ? >-ra. lhere fabe marquis on his I arriviti was granted with mnob joy by Prince Rndolf, who found his sojourn in thc country somewhat Irkarams ?ml was j};.ci s friend*with whom he could talk and sport and \ hi- did with files, nnd ? - i :id- I shi; en the >'? that they spoke r< one an? other at ali times, nnd most of all win n they had drunk their wine snd gasher ir: In Prince I uh* r th.ir ii>( ' ward th. that now stands on tho site of tl gar thou baili. And t Bf. do Merosnillea made bold to W it fell out that his j, a lady of such gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 August 1898

Published every Saturday by John Mitch ell. Jr. at 311 N. 4th SC Richmond Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR Ail communications in len ned for publication should be sent so as to reach ns Wednesday TERMS IN ADVANCE. *> ?yee Copy, one year,.41.60 j One Copy.right months... 1.09 One Copy, six months. -SO . One Copy, four months.-.60 ' One Copy, three months.40 i Single Copy_.06 ' ADVERTISING RATES. j , For one Inch, one Insertion.-1 60 , For ene inch each subsequent Insertion... 36 ! For two Inches, three months,. 6 00 1 For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months. 90 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE 8TAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. IbbPlaket ls issued weekly. The subscrlp ?len price is 61.50 a year, in advance. There are rom ways by which money can be Bent by mall atour risk?in ^ Poet Office Money Ord?r; by Rank Check or Draft, or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 August 1898

SATURDAY AUG 20, 1898 TOT END NOTES. AROUND THE PUPNT CHURCH flany Off to the Country. IN THE SANCTUARY. Jones Shot.?The Bal) Passed Through His Body. We visited New Town lest Sunday and interviewed many of the resident people relative to ths burruna; of the Galilee Baptist Church. Much sorrow was expressed for the 1 >ss of the house ms it was so very convenient for many who really loved the place both for them selves and for the benefit of their children. It was also used by the county officials for public school pur? poses Tears were seen in the eyes of some who shook their head and seem ed to surmise there was something ?wrong, while a few seemed to cure but little or nothing for destruction of the Church or the inconvenience of the people either religiously or temporal ly. The church lost every foot of ground as well as the very neat wooden struc? ture a* the party who held a mortgage on the property claimed all the insur? ance to cov? r their loan. Rev. N, C. Booker and comm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 August 1898

ffasbion SUMMER GOWNS. B*hln Costumes Which Are Fashionable, I'retty and Cool. Muslin pusyjkf SOvStsd with Incrusta? tions of lace and with littlt- Valenciennes - runnini; here sad th. rv sunni tin intuits;, -although expensive. Then then." BIS gowns of embroil! FOCI AKI' LOWS. whito nainsook in open pattoms, with va aBBBBBaBaaatl also. A third novelty consists rt of bJoss coat of guipure worn over a frown of muslin or pul ai -wry thin, light foulard hns aBBBS brought out this season which composes S number of exceedingly attractive as w. ll as cool and comfortable cost nines. They an-of course much t rimmed, and chan? tilly lace, revived and placed among tht> BaMkst fashionable of dtvorat ions, is highly Buitnble for rise with this foulard, SS with other summer silks, Cn'iK' ile chine is another favorite ma? terial for warm weather gowns. Some? times it is usud for entire costumes, some? times it comtioscs the skirt only. thc bodice l*-ing of taffeta or some other sort of silk o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 August 1898

SATURDAY, AUG 20, JR98 A GREAT SUCCESS. The National Baptist Con? vention Endorsed. ALSO THE NEGRO BAP 11ST PUBLISHING HOUSE, OWN THEIR PROPERTY. Over Four Hundred Schools Taking the Literature. ALLTHESTvTES EXCEPT NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA HAVE ADOPTED IT. Ricrbiono, Va., Aug. 15, 1F98. Mr. Editor:? I have recently visited two of the leading Raptist Associations in Vir? ginia. The Mattaponi convened with Providence Baptist Chursh, Beaulah ?ville. King William Co. Rev. Harvey B. Johnson, the pastor, took cars of the large delegation in s royal manner Mattaponi raised something over $325 tor Christian work Virginia Seminary received $150.00. The Association en? dorsed our Negro Baptist Puolishing House at Nashville, Tenn., and voted allegiance to the National Baptist Con? vention. The Foreign Mission money sent up by the churches was sent to ?our Foreign Mission Board at Louis? ville Ky. The Mattaponi Association is com? posed of about sixty-tiv>' churches. Last week thu Great V...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 20 August 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. sfr. C. A. Tones. 617 W Franklin St , Baltimore. Vd .a mail-carrier for M years at Msnchtatci, New Hampshire amys: "Tht- <> d Indian Herb Medicine Usn cured me s>! eczema of thirty years standing. Yt*s. after scratching and scratching.'and itching and itching in fact no si d of i-era ohing and itch Ins, muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia and indigestion incurable pile tarrh of the bend arni throat; 1 had no taste nor MB di ; and a complication of complaints. I had to g'Ve up carrying tetters, in fact I was not able to do anything. My feet snd hands were Bracked to the bones. In fact my whole body was a magg of sores and scabs srd ?calts. My stomach wa sick and sour at all times. 1 spent ? [ money first with one doctor and then another, lu: cot io relief, but seemed to get worse all the time until st me one ad vi Pt d me t? go to the Old Indian Berti IU dioire Mun at <>1 G North Eu taw Street. Baltimore and 1 murt Fay 1 got a pein>anent cure in ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 August 1898

VO L XV. NO- 37 RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, AUGUST'_7. 1898 PRICE, 5 CENTS WHITE Lil The Curse of a Cen viet and t "Worse Than Afr BLOOD-HONEY AND THE FIEL ?*Wb refore I poured my fury upon them for the blood they had shed up? on the land."?Bible. Editor Riohmond Planet: I have just been reading your comments on the -ate lynchings iu Arkansas. I can give you a tru? ac? count of darker deeds than even that and I will leave it for your readers to decide whether a Western editor was right when he declared that, "The peo? ple of Arkansas are not yet civilised. They have not yet reached the stand? ard of civilization ef the American In? dian to-day, for he no longer burns his captive at the stake, while Arkansan* do." Arkansas and i~s barbarous treat MINT. Arkansas has long been noted for the cruel treatment of her convicts as well as for the burning st the stske and the shooting and the banging of her Afro American eitisens. The con viet-lease system was adopt? ed in 1873 At first but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 August 1898

-- _-v? SVTUROVY _>UG 27 1898. BUMMER. Ia gorgeous beauty, th-r-* the stat A wealth >f bl^StunK? In her har;d** ; The r ws Tbe t_ift of lite eb****'- r she mm s She n.uk s With hopes of j y untold, And promise nive* that all may re<.p A harvest rich tis K i'd. With Doiaelesi grnct* >n- e* mes ard Rej doing civet* for de* ?> *t*t wo*** ; Sh*^ eos r*? Hells wil a yy vij->n wheat, And H l*? the hungry snoots, with BM I llrr nixar-* Hll*d srfth per'ume, I ivi>**>. to sleep hiuI dreams, Of bright n^s* v- bert- dwelt dark gloom : hade and kui dina itresms. She spt?* old Winter's prtsooeTt free. Wtiono*. h*ek f>>rvh with joy and Ri And thf-n nn'o'd-'ng har fair arms. Sh- fills ka thousand eharat* Pnrtie-- fr d sreddings- sll Followeth i*i h r train, and every pleasure reiadaaa sall Is n 1 fcj: tin. tX M. Stbwabi*. FROM .ASHIH6T0M. THE PPtSIDENT WORK? ING, Secretary Alger's Defam? ers?The Pensioners Histake. THE CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN'. Congressman Mudd's Can? ...

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