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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 August 1898

Bj KIORAED HAMILTON P0TT3. [Copyright. 1897. by the Author.] ?*Alasl When it comes to literature, I fail to shine, aud I do than Miss bad not engaged a mun for that brandi! Even il he is old and a fogy, still he Isa man, and one would pnf.-r t<> la found wanting' in I I one's own sex." Lou pauses tuul gloomily chews the end of her psaO-l "Well. for my jmrt, I confess 1 am glad of any chango, lt I 'id. I pine, I hanker for a sensation and the want of it. This dreadful _mnm embittering my soul." Ami 1 wildly clasp my hand to my left side where I suppose my soul to be. "I feel for you and loaa: and hanVer with you,' * responds Hortense genially. "And L" "And I." rejoin Lou and ??H.lnt oody do Kometbiug out cf th' I ask. From the silence, which ensues it seems that somebody cannot. "Kathi. lit 111 nani, turning in despair to a girl who had only bat of us a few weeks, but who had already given ns sufficient pr;*>f that she was, as we put it, "up to anything"? "Kath? leen, do sug...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 August 1898

>' T Published overv Saturday bv John Mitch- j ell. Jr. at ail N. 4th St. Ulchruo-Hl Va JOHN MITCHELL. JR., - EDITOR ali communications ic venoed for publication s**osle be sent so as to reach ns Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? One Copy, one year,.~.41.60 One Copy,eight months,. 1.09 One Copy, six mouths.. JBo One Copy, four months..? .50 One Copy, three months.40 Single Copy,,.06 ? ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one insertion.-__J 60 Porone Inch each subsequent insertion... SS Fortwo laches, three months.? SOO For two Inches, six months. 1000 For twoinches, nine months. 14 00 Pot two Inches, twelve months._9000 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER TUAN* TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED OS SUBSCRIPTIONS. I'HiPlanit ls Issned weekly. The sub-crip -Lou price is Si.30 a year, in advance. There are roi's wats by which money can be sent by mail atour risk?in _, Post Office Mon?y Ord*r; by Bank Check or Draft, or an...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 August 1898

t SVTURDW, AUG 27, 1S98 GARCIA O1CTAT0H r*H-S Overbearing Demands on the Merchants of Gibara. BEPORT THAT HE HAS RESIGNED. '\ 1 -SHia Commander of th? United State* Gunboat Wash tWe Gave Notice That 1 He Woula Not Allow the Iuhabl- ' j tauts to Be 111 Treated. j i Havana, Aug. 24.?The Spanish cruls- J ??sr Infanta Isabel left Havana on the ( s4th Inst, and arrived In the vicinity of , Cithara on the 16th. Before entering the \ port she hoisted a flag of truce. The | United States gunboat Nashville, which was In port, inquired If she carried -documents for the American ship. The Isabel answered In the negative, and signaled that the peace protocol had been signed. The news was received ?aboard the Nashville enthusiastically, the crew cheering and choutlng. The Infanta Isabel's crew responded with ?vivas for the king. "When the Infanta Isabel entered the port an American officer boarded her and informed her commander that the town was In the ?hands of General Callxto Garcia. At 6 o'cl...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 August 1898

jfasbior MILLINERY NOTES. fashionable Flowers and Trimmings Ecu ploy.-tl For Hats. Hats aro nnu'h bellow-red and aro Indeed avertrimmed, and as tho prv\ailing nmafSJ ls of a variety which tips down over tl<o ayes when the brim is wide and tho con Tent ional quantity of dowers, >x>\vs and lace arousal tho j*oor little hoad of tho Wearer ls trail ililli ext inguishod. Tho manufacture ol artificial flowers ans In lato years bsOOflM an art. und tho product of human hands often almost rivals that of DatUra in upiK-nrnnco. Some flue varieties aro worn this sca_ou?_.!_? ^ WHITS HAT. tars of wistaria, acacia and even the large purple clematis* Tho culla Illy is also naen, but ls often conventional in color, Which detracts from its satisfactoriness. Straws embroidered with velvet Howers are shown, but aro lows attractivo than ex? pensive. Louis Seize knots of narrow black vol ?et completely wired are at present thc Anal touch of fashion. Tho velvet is given ?un undulating line by me...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 August 1898

SOME OF UNCLE S/ This picture, fmm Bla'*k and WI tnnrh discussed -ind somewhat abu seri < assisted by Commander 1'cwmaii MoOs. tiiiiamo bay. When Tllll'IIHIM-WI McCa ute. They were nearly starved :i Wena! tine f di and armed and supplio tho sailors of Sampson's Beet When driven into the sea at ('uaiitanamo bay fan repelling the savage assaults of tho fought with valor and lost a number of THE RAMBLER. THE POSITION OF THE GOVERNMENT. A Plea That Savors Of ll jpocrisy HELPING HUMANITY The Suffering Here Not Look? ed After.?What Will The End Be? Protocol, is to day suspension of hos cities for a whit? j>ay the powers that t>e. There is an important question. "Why was, or is th* war? It is said the United State** began the war upon h humanitarian basis, to relieve sulfuring and down -rotten hu? manity in Cubs The question natur? ally arijf 8, why was she not ? -alous Gov such in her own midst? Has she not -suffering-downtrodden humanity with? in her own domain? , Are not lynchi...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 27 August 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. Mr. a A. .lone*.. 617 W Franklin St Bait i ni ern. Vd . t? mail-carrier for 26 j -fears at M*?'i*hester. New Hampshire. amys: "The Od Indian Herb Medicine Man eurvd me of eczema of thirty years st* nd ir e. Yes. after scraiohing and scratching.*a?d itching and itching in fact tu> ei d of scratching and itch? ing, muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia and indigent ion. incurable piles. Cl taxrh of the head and throat; 1 hr.U no taste nor smell; and a complication of ?omplaints. I had to give up carrying letters, in fact I was not able to do anything. My feet and hands were ?racked to the bones. In fact my whole body was a mass of sores and aeabe and scales. My stomach waa ?iek and sour at all times. 1 spent i ay first with one doctor and then another, but got no relief, but seemed to get worse all the time until some one advised me to go to the Old Indian Herb Medicine Man at 616 North Eu? taw Street. Baltimore and I mast say I got a permanent cure in every way. Re...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 September 1898

VOL. XV. NO 38 RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. i898 PRICE. 5 CENTS THE ARBTTjlATOllS. Vork of the Commissioners Evi-' dently Increasing. THE MASSACHUSETTS FISHERMEN WUl Urge the Arbitrator*-* to Make a ? Reciprocity Arrauf.em.cnt With Kaw Foandland?The Advocates of C Monument to Montnomery Active. Quebec, Aux- ll.?The work of the arbitration commission lr evidently in? creasing. Each day more time ls de Toted to the sessions, and last night tha American commissioners canceled ell social engagements and held a ses? sion by lamp light What they are dls ?usslng or what waa discussed at their long joint session yesterday ls not known. Today a number of gentlemen from various parts of tha United States ara expected here, but the coramis adoners will not disclose what interest these gentlemen viii represent. Tha Gloucester (Mass.) fishermen have applied for a hearing before tha American delegation, and a representa? tive cf their interests will probably be heard today or tomorr...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 September 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. I Mr. tX A. lonea 617 W Franklin St . Baltim-ri*. "?fd . ?* m?i -carrier for 26 yearsat M**pv-es,**r New Hampshire says: "The 0 d Indian Herb Medicine Man cur**?l me nf eczema rf thirty yesrs stund''*?. Y s. af**-r i-cratehing and ser**t> hmg \e o i'chins'ard itching in fact n<' e* d ml ktsc! ing and itch ins. mi ??"eui ar rheumatism, dyspepsia snd iiidi-ie*>*i n incurable piles ca? tarrh of th** h**?d and throat; 1 had no ?sate nor sm-U ; snd a compMeation of eomplaints. 1 t'ad to rv up carrying letter", in foe' I wat* soi ab'e to do anything. My feet ard haid? were cracked mn 11*** bor*Pt?. In fact my whole body waa a mass of sores and seabs and *ea!e8. Vj nt omach wa* siek snd sour at all times. 1 spent monet first with one doctor and then another. ? u j, ot io relief, but set n ed to get ?* ort*** ail the tine until srme one adviftd me tn gd to the Old Indian Herb M'dicii e Man at G16 North Eu? taw Street halt more ai.c. 1 mu?t tray I got a re'rra...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 September 1898

?~ ' fCopyrlaht. IJHrr. by th? Author.] I remember my man waa smug faced. 1 appearing to all the world the reputa- ] hie citizen, round, fat, a most politic i and noncommittal fellow, aud I won- '? dered whethor I might not have k wrong. Bnt the direction was plain, i < M Philip Roland, marchant, 5 Pearl ? Street, back of Pracuicee' tavern," and here waa the mau in his shop, looking I at me narrowly over the gold rims of his spectacles. The Guards baud was playing on the Bowling Green, for, though November, it was a warmish Indian summer evening, while he gloat? ed over the letter, regarding me ever and anon in the dim light of the lan? tern that stood on the counter. He was a dealer in women's gewgaws aud es? teemed aa good au American as any man in New York. I had heard, indeed, so much to this effect that now I waa un? easy to thiuk perhaps I had but put my neck in the noose. Had not the general been mistaken in the man? Why did he pause so long? I moved nervously, while befor...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 September 1898

*s\* - P-sllshed every Saturday hy John Mitch? am. Jr. st nil N. 4th St. Richmond Va. JOH* MITCHELL. JR., - EDITOR Ail eemmunlcatiouiintenced for publication ?**??la be sent so as to reach us Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? i Copy, one year..-..-..?$1.60 One Cepy.eight months-. LOS OseCepy.six months.?. .80 One Copy, four months,.? .60 One Copy, three months-.40 Single Copy,-.06 ADVERTISING RATES. For ene Inch, one insertion.___~| 60 For ene Inch each subsequent insertion... ? Far tws laches, three months-._ 6 OS For two inches, six months....-. 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For 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. TaaF-AKBT ls Issued weekly. The bu bec rip Moa price lu$1.50 a year.In advance. There are rovx wats by which money can be sent ky mall atour risk?in .. Post Office Money Order; by Bank Check or Draft, or an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 September 1898

\ SATURDW SEPT. 3 1898. I DANGERS OP CAMP WIKOFP. ^r. Saan 8-y- tn* Camp Should B? Speedily Abandoned. Kew Tork. Aug. 81.?Dr. Senn thinks that within a month every person Buf? fering from typhoid fever brought Into Camp Wlkoff. at Montauk Point, wtll feave recovered or have die*, and that tty the time tha conditions begin to look am If they had Improved there will (?me the period of greatest dangs? The precautions taken are almost useless. Succor ding to Dr. Benn. If one oas* of typhoid, or even a dozen, were treated. Um precautions would be of usa* DR. NICHOLAS SENN. %nt tt would require an ocean of dis- j tnfectanta and sterlizers to kill all th* a*renna that get into the ground at the fco-pltal here. Every day, and many times each day. disinfectants ar* sprinkled about the camp, but there ar* comparatively little disinfectant* tn proportion to the amount of poison. According* to Or. Benn, the men who ?rent from Chickamaugu and the ether camps to Porto Rico were already in the fir...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 September 1898

jfaebiot THE MODE. irately Lined Cloth Capes the Aa?Ma of Fashion. The ne plus ultra of elegance is at thia Moment exemplified by cloth oapes of s Simple style externally and trimmed with Stitched straps or s circular ruffle. Thee? are lined, however, with ruffles or puffings mt mousaeline de Hoio or silk of a light ?oi? se*, which entirely cover the inside and are ateplnyed by the cutaway fronts of the ?ape, which allow the interior to be seen. Voa* example, a capo of chamois cloth with BALL GOWN. Stitched bands ls lined with very full ruf flee of wistaria niousseline de solo. Jabot! ?omposed of three or four different plait tugs are also used and often produce high mj original and pleasing effects. Very narrow velvet ribbon is much seen separating puffs and shirrings, and is ol snoot always of a dark color in oppoaltloi mo the material upon which it appears Black, navy blue, garnet, dark green am Vrown are moat employed. An illustration is given of a ball gowi ?f water green silk....

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 September 1898

_ AGUINALDO* - DlCT^roRvrMg PHIUPPINES /Cauxto Garcia j^jgj-J-ttlNG, CUBAN LEAPEK TWO BOYS WHO ARE BOTHERING UNCLE SAM. A MEDDLING HDSSY, (Continued from 3rd psge.) CountU*n."*'Fbr~Aral* "I TBol'Tf cTeeerterT The ?major knew their thoughts. "Sergeant Major John Champe is this gentleman, who, like Captain Hale, to tserve his country took on the disguise <rf s spy among the Britiah. " Then suddenly through thst little de? tachment of my old comrades a cheer -went np. and I believe that, after all I i_-d imagined snd Buffered, this scene in ths Carolina swamp was the happiest in my life. "But how did yon fall, man?" the -major asked when we rode to his main -division. "I really believed yon would -carry it ont We waited at Hobock un? di too lats for any possible hope of your appearance." "Because of a meddling hussy," I eaid. my heart bitter against her. "A wench, Champe? I thought not that of yon.' * "Eh, bnt you must," said I. and I told him the story. "It La strange.." said he mu...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 September 1898

SATT KDAV. SEP. 3 1898. / ?*==--?_?__? THIRTY YEAR8AG0 'Twas the fair month of June, A balmy bright night. When n's*-** perfume were exholing; The moon lit the sky with a *oft silver light. Ab through fleecy clouds it was sailing. Twas the first of the month, Ard also the week ; Hat 1 my fair Sarah was wedding ; We pledgtd ea<*h hie troth, While all ber praise speak, ?nd smiles of approval were shedding. The years have gone by, A score and a half A troop of bright children have blest us Witn deeds cf good cheer. Their help like a staff, Have often with Joy full possessed us. A vision of light! As ambient nnd soft As that which at twilight doth shim? mer, When Sol sinks to test And the night bird's aloft. And the brightness of day's but a glim? mer. Thua Sarah appeared . That lovely June night. When the Lt rd for a wife to me gave her. To cherish and love With all my heart's might, To make her life happy, God save her I The rose in the bud, Bo tender and sweet, Burpasstd not in r-...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 September 1898

"\ < 1 ? XV. NO- 39 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER IO. ^S PRICE, 5'CEN'IS] THE FIGHT AT Richmond Boy in THE NAVAL ] LOG-BOOK < The Troubles of ADHIRAL CERVERVS TR< TRA THE PREPARATIONS TO U. 8. S. Iris, Nstj Yard, Norfolk. August. Desr Editor:?! soi s young tnan boro in your city 26 years sgo snd went to the publis schools of Richmond, but hsve been living in New York for shout ten years snd am glad to say that I was one who offered my service to the Uni? ted States Government in April last and hsve been sll over Cuba sinus we were off Santiago de Cuba when Cer? vera' s fleet was found. OMS Or THB FIXST TO VOLUNTEER. I was there until the 8th of June, when we left far the bay ot Guantana? mo, the eastern coast of Cuba, and w*s one of the first to volunteer to go ashore and assist the marines w-~ ich landed at the above pla**-* on June 10:h and was ashore 0 days, out on the front curing the day and also stood picket duty st night, but I am glad to say that I never r...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 September 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. Vr. C. A. Jones. 617 W Franklin St , Bait n* ?? ??? "?'d .? mail-carrier for 26 years ?? M ? e**en*er. New Hamish;**-? says: T>> O .1 Indian Herb Medicine 3**en cor ?' me of eczema of thirty year* st**nd ? v. Y**s. af*er se-a'chin-j aid scratch *'g a-'O iteMnv ard itching in fact no *? d ..' ^cra'c'inc and i'ch inc. muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia aad indigestion incurable piles tarrh of ?he he*d and th?ont; 1 had no taste nor sm-> 1; and a ensnp'i *?tion of eessplaints. I had tv g ve uo carrying letters, in fact I was nit xb'e to do anything My feet and hand* were sraeked to the bones. In fact my whole body was a mass nf sores and james and teales. My at omach waa -nek snd sour st sM times. 1 spent mon.*- first wi^h one doctor and then another bu pot ro relief, but seemed to get worse ail the time until M nie one ac" vised me to go to the Old Ind inn il rb Me dido* Man a! 616 North Eu taw St- eet Kult-im re and I mo?t say I (Ot s pe* man* ni cor. :n *...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 September 1898

BY SPECIAL WIRE. By Mrs. ALEXANDER. [CopyrlsM. MM, by the Author.) The sharp tingle of tho telegraph bell warned the station master sj Park that the 6:"JO train had loft its last halting place, and lu* hastened across the line, followed by hi*-- staff of two porters, to the arrival platform, which was opposite the little ivy grown sta? tion. Bracknell Park is one of those "resi? dential" properties which hn\e devel? oped of late y?^ar8 in the neighborhood of London, where what wa* once a state ly, well timbered domain, owneti in ita entirety by some merchant prince or well born squirt*, is now chopped up in? to plots, largo and small, and strewn with mansions, villas and cottages, suit? ed to various incomes. Bracknell is fa? vored both by the undulations of its well timbered ground and a station, all to itself. minutes from Water? loo Adjoining it is a village of the same name, which, since the building of the aforesaid villas and mansions, has considerably enlarged its borders and...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 September 1898

Psbliabed every Saturday by John Mltch sll. Jr. at 811 N. 4th St* Richmond Va. JOHW MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR Ail communication* intended for publication shoal* hs seat so as to reach na Wednesday TERMS IN ADVANCE. *?> tyne Copy, one year,.?...?....41.60 One Copy,eight months,._. L.0S One Copy, six months,.?.?. .SO ?ne Copy, four months,. .60 One Copy, three mouths,..40 Bingle Copy,_.Oft ADVERTISING BATES. Far one inch, one insertion.?^._..$ 60 Far one inch each subsequent insertion... V> Far two laches, three months^._.... S 00 Wt two inches, six months. 1000 Far two Inches, nine months. 14 00 Far two inches, twelve months. 30 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. IC FOSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED 3N SUBSCRIPTIONS. ThePlanet ls issued weekly. The subscrip Sion price ls 81.60 a year, la advance. There are roon wat* by which money can be sent by mall at our risk?In ? Post Office Money a>rd?r; by Bank C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 September 1898

REV. DR. WILL fie Uses Strong Langua-s bier dil A Church and IRREGULARITY IN BAI ,GUES FOR REFORM? 1 Mb. afniToa: In this your inestimable journsl!of ??>he8rd inst., the Planet "Rambler" ?tasks the following question: "Hoar anany aolored asiaisters aare tell shs public in this psper or any other paper Shs status of his members, how many abe holds legally, how many hs holds -illegally ? A VBTBRAN IB THB OaUSB. I suppose I may be considered a min elster or in the ministry, hsving been an such forty-seven years. I entered the ministry when 1 wss nineteen years old. Labored six years as a li? centiate, forty-ono years an elder. .During my ministerial career 1 have ?been honored with the pastoral care of two churches. The second snd pre? ?ent church, Oilfield Bsptist Church, .Petersburg, Ya , I have had thirty-two Tears and nine months. ? SBLBCT MEMRBKSHir. In the two churches. 1 havejand now look upon Jesus Christ as the Head of the Church ; that it is his jchhrch, and he addeth to i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 September 1898

jfaebior fr THE MODE. aTisaunt Styles to Remain In Favor For an Indeflultely Long Tltue. Tho mode seems BO l>e (Wed for tome time to onme, and no alterations of any Importance aro likely so raeesut J h.* fore win? ter fashions appear, if even then. There fore a few words ns to tho tv mod cl lng of old gowns may houseful, a*. last year's 0OS - may l*o utilized very well, thanks to the liK*rty now allowed in atti tbe allowability of combining two differ? ent materiali Skirts composed of a J.'vr* and circular flounce lend themselves"*** ry well to the converting of two old gu**BS into OBS) new ?ne. If tbe material of one of tito gowns GIRL'S C08TUME. I* thin, lt may N* u*ied lot t ho flonnoe. ont in straight breadths and gathered, instead of being circular. A costume of black silk and one of blaek lace or moussellnede sole niay thus be combined or a gown of col? ored silk and thin blnek goods. Cloth and Tel vet may also be utilized together for a fall costume, and Die two materials ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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