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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 September 1898

BY SPECIAL WIRE (Continued from 3-d p*ge) WhoThouId T run against but Khodja, Mr. Hastings' Indian servant. " "MacDougal, did you?" cried Ruth, clasping her hands iu mingled hope and fear that struck him with a sense of something importna*! being at stake. "Ye*, mont. I did sa Ho seemed in a hurry, but be stopped to speak and was glad to see me You'll mind how we foregather**d when he was down here last spring with Mr. Hastings. 'I thought yon had likely gone away borne,' said L " 'The evil minded one sought to send tne ont of raigjwssl,' said he, 'but I met, by accident, a man from my conn try who kept nie with him?a good man, with plenty of money.' "It seems that tho haft is with Mr. Hasting*-, found] fault with Khodja auld has bewitched tho poor gentleman ?to that he can only speak as she lets him and ia like one that eats opium. One day Mr. Hastings ordered Khodja ?ont of his bonne, and the woman gave kia* money to sjo. He was bewildered mad. did not know what to do until he fel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 September 1898

E SATURDAY, SEP. 10, 1898. THE NEGRO S PLACE. (Sarcasm ) Let the Negro keep his place. And he shall never lack for grace ; Shall si* ass see his msster's fsee, Whenever he desires. Good Negroes lsugh when whites de ,??** The fcegroraee snd glorify? The whites; declares thst they must die If e'er mss' Chsrles expires. Ton ask ''what is the Negro's place?" Quite briefly let me state the case: Let white folks regulate the pace Of the Negro's advancement Let Negroes come when white men call, And think not for themselves st all, Nor seek to clamber o'er the wall. Which barrett! their enhancement. To cringe before the master class; A beast of burden, as the sss. Be quite content to live on grass, Till bade to "come up higher." Bis humbleness shall bring him wealth, His slavishness, ss if by stealth. Shall guard and keep him ia good health, lift him out the mire. ?Eva. TOT END NOTES. THE DIVINE WORSHIP. Memorial Services?Qr and Exercises. EXCELLENT SPEECHES. Many Friends Taking Their Vacat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 September 1898

\ VOL. XV. NO- 40 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1898. PRICE, 5 CI NTS REV. W. L. TAYLOR IS SUPREME, Be Controls Absolutely the Grand Founiain.-The Hill Forces Scattered. A WALK OVER FOR GRAND WORTRY MASTER. Ominous Murmurings by the Opposition.?The Grand Worthy Secre? tary Humiliated.?The Power of Removal. JV TERM OF FOUR YEARS FOR THE SUCCESSFUL ASPIRANT. --- HILL RE-ELECTED CASUIER.-BURRELL SECRETARY. .A Conservative Policy to bs Observed.?More About the Fifty Thousand. A Horse and Buggy for the President. The Grand Fountain, United Order cf True Reformers waa in session at the True Reformers' Hall last week. It was called to order Tuesday, Sept. 6th, by Rev. W. L. Taylor, the acting Grand Worthy Master. The delegates wore badges with portraits of Rev. W. L. Taylor and R. T. Hill, the candi? dates for the position of Gra: d Worthy Master. There were about 6-10 dele? gates present, A BITTSR CONTEST. The contest was bitter. The strong? holds of R. T. Hill were Riskmend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 September 1898

Baltimore Testimonals.|( Mr. C. A. Jones, 617 W Franklin St , timore. Md . a mait-carrier for 2*5 years at Manchester, New Hampshire aavs:"The0.d Indian M(.rb Medici!* Man cured me at ec**.* ma of thirtj years standing. Y a. af?er scratchin: and scratching a<>d i*c> inland itchii-t in fact no et d of scrmching and ito' lng, muscular rheums/ -t-m, dyspeps ? and indigesii n i-"u. --bb? ri'es ch Saxrh of the hend an<:. *"vo?it: 1 had t* tayste nor sm-ll; and a eomp'ieation - -BCmplaints. I had to gve ui> eirry-r letters, in fae* I wa* not able to (! anything. My f-?et end hands Bras tracked to the bonis. In reel rv* whole body was a mass of sores an (.cabs and teales. My stomach wa tick and sour ap -xl' tim-s, 1 sp** money first with one doctor and then another t u- pot i o rebel, but seemed "Lo get worse all the time until some ene advised roe tn "go to the Old Indian Herb Medicire Mm at GI6 North Eu? taw Street. Hn'timore and I m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 September 1898

AOTHOI BESIDE THE t BK JI ^COPYRIGHT 1837 6> CHAPTER L "We must have Trixy Marsden oa tbe Thursday," for Mr waa ar fanging two dun: a "She will be lu her ?lenient that evening, but what are we to do with Mr. Marsden?" Vt it rather the custom to invite a, husband with his wit'.-? Ha BBJglttt ?sven expect to bo included,'' said Join Xssslic. "De you know, I'm glad wo -carne to Putney. Spring is lovely in the garden.'' vcr mind spring just now,"as! Xieglio threatened an exit BO tho lawn. "You might hare some consideration for au afflicted hostess and give your mind to the Marsden vrvbjem. " "It was Marsden brought spring into my mind. " And Leslie sat down with that expression of resignation on his face peculiar to husbands consulted on domestic affairs. "He was telling me thia morn in-; in the train that he had just fmishe<l a table of trees in the order of thoir budding, a sort of spring priori? ty list. His love for statistics is amaz? ing "He is getting to be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 September 1898

Published every Saturdav by John Mitch? ell. Jr. nt oil N. 4th St. I'lchuiond Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR AU eommunlcationa in tended for publication a honlo bs sent so as to reach us Wednesday. - TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? erne Copy, one year,.?.41.60 One Copy,eight months,. Los One Copy, six months,.?.?. .80 One Copy, four month*.- JW One Copy, three months,.-.40 L?py. mi Copy, bingle Copy,-.06 ADVERTISING RATES. Tor oue Inch, one Insertion._...?4 00 JTor one inch each subsequent insertion... 36 For two laches, three mon tbs,.. 6 08 For two Inches, six months. 1000 For tv? o Inches, nine months.-. 14 00 Tor two inches, twelve months.?.... 30 00 Marrtas-e and funeral notices.?... 60 -Standing and transient notices per line. 10 "POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. VhePi.ahet ls Issued weekly. Tbe subscrip? tion prise ls 11.60 s year, in advance. There are roes ways by which money can be ?sat by mall at our risk?in & Poet Of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 September 1898

SATURDAY. SHPT. 17. 1S9S REY, TAYLOR IS SUPREME (Continued from 1st page.) ?he Grand Worthy Master in a report j :?iven to the Richmond, Va., Daily | Times and which appeared Wednes? day morning, September 7th. He was charged with having furnish? ed the manasement of the Virginia Baptist, with a list of names ol the Fountains and offijers of the same, copies of that journal being sent to them. THB" LAST TWO COUNTS. Oe the laat two counts he was ex? cused. The reprimanding or the Grand Worthy Secretary by the Grand Wor? thy Master was Bain to be one of the most picturesque Bcenes during the entire session.1 The Executive Committee decided to purchase a horse and buggy for the Grand Fountain, lt shall be at the disposal of the Grand Worthy Master. BBV. WELL*' LBTTBB. The letter or Rev. Richard Wells de? claring that he would withdraw his money from the bank if Mr. Hill was removed from the position of cashier is said to have had mosftlamaging ef? fect upon Mr. Hill's candidaay. A repo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 September 1898

ifasbior THE MODE. {Bloomers and Skirt a For Bicycle Wes?r?A Pretty Kvening (town. Although ABBevteaa women, as a rule, prefer i ho skin for bicycling wear, French? woman st iii employ tin- bloomers or a dlvid ed skirt With tho former groat full; seen at tho lower edge, which in nt i ar rather just below, whilo ;> is r;itli'-r otaae aboat 11m hip divided ak it doo* not dis? guise t .- so mach a< tho wearer usually!'' ? the slightest BSBaBB ar even tho ui<<\ wal Ling to "tlaOatjaa tho iHi-uli.iri' st ruo Bure. Tho ordinary short skirt, worn over trousers of tho same goods, iw prol-ahly the UV Tor women who wish Bo combine conventionality with entire con von i> Tho I??loro. straight sack or short ooat forms thc upper part of the costume, which ' EVENING TOILET, fa worn over a washable shirt waist, and atman's tlo and linen collar. It is essential to perfect neatness that tho Mouse and aollar of a bioyclo suit should bo easily laun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 September 1898

SAT RDAY, SEP. 17, 1898. Create an* Uproarious Session of the Senate. WEYLER DEFENDS THE GENERALS ?Becior Gonzales l>oclneaxl the Army Had U-s-avn Wonted Ftrot by the In? surgents and Then by tlio American*. IIlsjiHuo-Am*?rloau Protocol Passed. Madrid. S?pt. 14.?Ther? was another uproarious session of the senate yes? terday. Count Almeaas, reB?rr1ng to lils statement af Monday giving- the "names of the generals he r-?cestly aald ought to have their sashes tted around their sacks, instead sf around their "waists, naming- Weyler. Blanco and T*rlmo de Rivera, after which he also Included Admiral Cervera in the cate? gory, said General Linares was also incompetent and ought to he arraigned. Thereupon General Weyler and others loudly protested "against these charges, and General Weyler called on Count Almenas to name those generals who were accused of falling to do their duty, and he added, if the accusations -were true and the culprits could not be legally punished the genera...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 September 1898

a ? SATURDAY. SHUT. 17. 1808. ilfRESS mSSlNATED! Eizabeth of Austria the Victim of an Italian Anarchist. ISL WAS STABBED TO THE HEART Brutal Slayer 'Jlorlowlri III* Crime nerlai-*-* That Ile- Aet*?<l Entlre l lyon U!h Ovrn Itesponwlblltty?Era psror Vram-ls Jowsh's Fortitude. Vienna, Sept. 15.?Th* plans for the -funeral of tha lat* Empress Elizabeth, "?/lao was assassinated by aa anarchist ram Saturday at Geneva, contemplate B-rlnging the remains to Vienna next Thursday, a lylng-ln-state on Friday, na tha obsequies of interment on Sat? an-day. The as""-a-aB*n hs Lusgl Lnlglol. a na? tive of Italy and an ex-Italian soldier. ?Oe had been working- as a stone mason fa G*neva. and last month he took aaa* preliminary steps to become a Baaturallsed Swiss. His application -papers, however, ha withdrew last Slonday. The Italian records show that ?anlginl was an illegitimate child and took his mother's name. Ile has been twice arrested as a defaulter from mll "BBary service. The inh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 September 1898

VOL. XV. NO- 41 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1898 PRICE. 5 CES TS EX-MINISTER! CAU Argued For S< tio THB CHAIR., THE C The Body Decides For BREEZY TIMES The organization of the National Afro-American Council at Rochester, New York, September 15, 1888. was not without stirring incidents. In this matter Hon. John H. Smyth now of this city figured. The following extract explains the situation: Ex-Minister Smith asked to become a member of the conference, hut stat? ed that he was opposed to mixed mar? riages and mixed schools, though seek? ing the moral and intellectual improve? ment of the colored children in the en? tire South. "If I may join the con? ference, believing as I do," said he. ".han I should like to do so." ?OT ELIGIBLE TO af BMBBR8HIT>. The chair held that Mr. Smyth was -not eligible to membership, as his views were not in accord with the ma? jority at the conference. The ques? tion was unsettled when recess was taken until afternoon. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 September 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. ( Mr. C. A. Jones, 617 W. Franklin St., Baltimore. Md., a mail-carrier for 26 years at Manchester, New Hampshire, says:'The Oid Indian Herb Medicine Man cured me of eczema of thirty years standing. Yes, after scratching and scratching.'and itching and itching in fact no er.dof scratching and itch? ing, muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia and indigestion, incurable piles, ca? tarrh of the head and throat; 1 had no taste nor smell; and a complication of ?omplaints. I had to give up o&rrying letters, in fact I was not able to do anything. My feet and hands were Bracked to the bones. In fact my whole body was a mass of sores and scabs and scales. My stomach was sick and sour at all times. I spent money first with one doctor and then another, but got no relief, but seemed to get worse ail 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 must say I got a permanent cure in every way. Resp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 September 1898

i COMlNGJOSSlillLlTY. By GREG EDWARD3. rCopjrrtxht, 1S97. by tho Author.] CHAPTER L One might truly aay that never waa *witneanod roch a scene ut tumult and | oonfusioa within the walls of the old jaarliameot house in Edinburgh as upon tho awcond day of tbe Cruikshank poi awning case. Of the passages cou verging *ko the high court of justiciary not a hand's breadth of pavement was to be , nothing savo the heads nf an eager, rtruggtiag multitude. Here there in a common epidomio of bad -temper, fashionable bonnets fluttered and to?cd and jostled oaoh other; in tbe || sOaatakirts of tbe crush anxious yoking wigs hovered about in vain attempts to ?aave the fashionable bonnets from ill treatment, while above all rose the clamor of mingled shouts, imprecations, tnurnplings and peebinga "It's positively illegal?a shocking breach of mles absolute contempt of <jourt!" gasped Mr. Salomon, dean of faculty, as be was shot into jail with hia wig iu one hand aod a crushed bun? dle of b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 September 1898

I evorv Saturday by John Mitch sat. Jt-SC SU N.?li M. Richmond Va. XV9K&H sfTTCHELL.JR., - EDITOR a*a9_*SBBaBBsssjrAc*Vionsintenaed for publication twtnt ao aa to reach us Wednesday. TXRMS IN ADVANCR. ? r. moo year,..-.-41.60 russy.-tght months.? L08 .six months._. At .four months,.?.- JAQ . three months...-.*0 ADVERTISING RATES. .one insertion.?__-! 80 ch subsequent insertion.. 86 three mon tns,.? 8 08 .six months. 1000 . nine months.?. 14 00 , twelve months._30 00 funeral notices. 80 acid transient notices per line? 10 STAMPS OF A DKNOM1NATION WAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED BIPTIOKS. ' ls Issued weekly. The subacrip iprtJs* <-8LSO a year, in adrance. awnr* -ora wats by which money can be tay maali at oar risk?In a Poet Office Money ar: by Back Check or Draft, or an Express rOesW.and when none of these can be .ta a Registered Letter. ' OxHBXs.?You can buy a Money Order 'aPaast 08.ee, payable at the Richmond atsaac. avod we will be responsible for lu larrt-aJ. Kxp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 September 1898

SATURDAY. SEPT. 24, 1898. [ AGUINALDO IN PERIL ?ft-* ; Philippines Insurgent Leader Nar _?_. rowly Escaped Poisoning. _ CTEWABD TASTED POISONED FOOD Aad Inunedlately Dropped Dead?In> sargeato Actively Kecrultlng, Fear lox a Return to Spanish Domination. Aguinaldo's Friendly Message. Manila, Sept. SO.?The Republica Fill pi na asserts that an attempt waa made to poison Aguinaldo last Friday night. A steward, it is alleged, saw a Spanish -prisoner who had been allowed his free- ' ?dom make a movement which ap? peared like tampering with a bowl of soup intended for Aguinaldo, where? upon the steward tasted a spoonful of the seup and felll dead. Eleven Franciscan friars are alleged to have been engaged in the conspiracy. The populace, it is further said, at? tempted to lynch all the Spanish pris? oners, but Aguinaldo intervened. At Saturday's session of the national assembly, it appears Aguinaldo was ab? sent, but his representative related the story of the outrage to the memb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 September 1898

fashion LZ HINTS FOR MY LADY. OTaJen Add to tit* attraott-i af tao Toilet. aitd bonds of trimming In tb* ?tri* ar* again worn, so tbe cash laid away by thrifty women ?ok denotations were dropped about ago may be brought out agrtln arm be found as waaf ul as ever. They i on wraps or on woolen gowns Ijonsr attain, are still worn and -orv* to Depend a bag purse, a lorgnette or a fan, ?tear often allowed to bang free, In which asa they ara muon In the way. They ajay Umi (ilKLS GOWK. wiso he used for a watch chain, bnt tho -watch is then tucked into tho belt or bod _ce, of course. The empire comb has lost none of ita -prestige nnd tl immensely worn, both in tho plain and ornamental varieties, Now 'that bats arc tipped down in front tho soontb, standing erect at tho back, holds them in place. Tho hair is worn rather thigh again, leaving tho back of tho nock 'uncovered. The engagement ring is worn on tho ?third finger ot tho right hand in France auad is most often a pearl surrounded by ^La...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 September 1898

M SATORDA^SEP. 24, 1898. CAMP POLAND NOTES our boys Arrive at knoxville* Beautiful Scenes Along the Route. THE REGIMENT IN TWO SECTIONS. Women in Tobacco Fieds. THE SOLDIERS PLEA8ED WITH THE OAMP. Private Wesley Johnson Sick. \ 6th Va. Vol. Inf., / Camp Poland. Ksoxvillx.Tbnn., Sept. 14, '98. The first section of this command, composed ot lo coaches and a Pul man sleeper, in charge of Maj. J. B. John, son arrived at Knoxville Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. The second sec tion, under command of Col. Croxton, arrived half an hour li tar. The offi? cers of tbe First Battalion traveled oa pa"a ial Pullman "Achmet" and were shown every attention by Charlie Bak er of Richmond, the porter. Many were the jokes, camp (tories ana songs were indulged in bj the officers, who thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The officers of the first section on this sleeper were Maj. J. B. Johnson. Lieut. C. R. Alexander, Ass't Sergeon, Captains Vf. A. Hanking, Charles B. Nicholas, Benjamin A Graves, Edward W. Gou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 September 1898

SATURDAY. SEPT. 2t. 1R98 KIQHT Forth from his couch of blackest pall he romes. And for a mantle, 'round his shoulden wrapped. la darkness which no mortal eye can, pierce To see what deft, intricate movement! he Doth -execute to bring about his reign. Bat this same pall which shrouds the earth's fair face, Oliterates, as 'twere, the world b^low Reveals to ua. the countless distant ones. That man may see the greatness of hit God! Now. sally forth, while all the earth is still. And raise thine eyes toward the starry vault, And thou shalt see what all might wei! discern The plastic hand of thy Creator? G3d I A eight to fill the soul with wholesome awe. To humble prating, self-asserting pride, "Yet strengthen gentle hope within the breast Bid ne aspire beyond this life to live. The heavens alone, so far from human reach, Bedecked with stars which throw eter? nal light Upon tha various world! which, in their turn. Give cff some rays to light some lesser sphere, lt seems would teach man of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 1 October 1898

VOL. XV. NO. 42 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER I. 1898 PRICE. 5 CENTS NATIONAL BAP1 ALargeAttendan ABLE ADDRESSES.-! AND HIS Heayy Collections.?^A THE SUCCESS OF THE Pl HARMONIOUS GATHE1 IS ELECTED, BUT DEC KaksabCitt, Mo , Sept. 19th, 98.. The session of th j great National Baptist Convention which has just clos3d in this great western city was in my estimation the grandest session ever held. This is particularly true from the point of view of numbers, order, intellectual strength, collec? tions and earnest zeal for the work of the convention, A LASTING 1MPBB83ION. The convention made a deep and lasting impression upon Kansas City's people, so much so that the best white eitisens and leading daily papers were high and lavish in their praises of the great Negro Baptist Convention and the people which they represented. A FINS MISTING PLACE. The convention met in tha Second Baptist Church of which Rev. Dr. S. W. Baeote ia pastor. Those who have heard of this great church and it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 1 October 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. Mr. C. A. Jones, 617 W. Franklin St., Baltimore. Md., rn mail-carrier for 26 years at^1 anchester. New Hampshire, says: "The Oid Indian Herb Medicine Man cured me of eczema of thirty fears standing. Yes. after scratching and scratching,"aud itching and itching in fact no end of scratching and itch? ing, muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia and indigestion, incurable piles, ca? tarrh of the head and throat; 1 had no taste nor smell; and a complication of eomplaints. I had to give up carrying letters, in fact I was not able to do anything. My feet and hands were Bracked to the bones. In fact my whole body was a mass of sores and scabs and Beales. My stomach waa sick and sour at all times. I spent money Brut with one doctor and then another, but got no relief, but seemed to get worse all the time until Borne one advised me tn go to the Old Indian Herb Medicine Man at 616 North Eu? taw Street. Baltimore and I must say I got a permanent cure in every way. Respectfully, C...

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