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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 October 1898

John Marshall's Sphere. By BOBEBT 0. V. MEYERS. - rCopyrtaht. 18S7. by thc- Author.J John Marshall, according to certain people, waa not only a fool and a mob, but a most exclusive specimen of the two classes. John Marshall had his theory: "I understand the fool to be be who invent-? nothing in thought or deed. I am ao frequently bored by the thoughts and deeds of men as mediocre as myself that I prefer to be a fool rather than think or do. I havo rend Thackeray's sweeping words regarding snobs, and his besom may touch me- Yet I cannot help being rich and having tastes. 1 do not work because the w->alth at my command might if employed in traffic swamp numerous small concerns that are necessary to the comfort of many a straggler. I go where the fancy leads Eoe, and, existing in an unheroic agc, I cannot take in a war against infidels and givo finical orders respecting my chain armor, so I confine my energies to the wresting of the least displeasure from society, to the hang of my ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 October 1898

Vublish d every Saturdar ?>v Jnb-i Mitchell, Ir . Publish.." st Sll N ith St . Richmond. Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR.. - EDITOR All communicationsintenoed for publication should be sent so as to resch us Wednesday. * TERMS IN ADVANCK. ? i Copy, one year,......41.60 Oue Copy,eight months,.~ LOB One Copy, six months,.-. .80 One Copy, four months.- .60 One Copy, three months,.40 Single Copy_.OS ADVERTISING RATES. B"er one inch, one insertion.mmmm^M 60 For one Inch each subsequent insertion... at Her two Inches, three mouths,.. i _ 6 00 ITor two inches, six months. 1000 aTor 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 RECElvRD ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. IriPunit ls Issued weekly. The subecrlp uton price is $1.60 a year, in advance. There are pour ware by whieh money oan he eent by mail at our risk?Ina Post Office Money Order; by Bank Check ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 October 1898

SATURDAY. OCT. 1, 1898. THE FAITHFUL LOVE*. I've been where mirthful beauty shone. I've seen bright faces, becoming fair, "Whow powers have brought down at their throne, Men of august an'i haughty air. Where splendid scenes arrest the sight, And music sweet enchant the ear. Where flit before the shining light Fair forma to heart of man bo dear. Where cen verse sweet enthrall the heart. Where smiles bewitching, live ar.d die, Where friends bo loving meet and part, Where soft the lover heaves his sigh. But far away, for miles and miles, On wings which none but pure love gives My spirit flew to drink the smiles Of her who in its bosom lives. Ghabxib. FROM THEWEST END From Our Churches and Sunday Schools. An Old Servant in Israel Falls at 86. AH ABLE SERMON ABD OHAEaUNG MUSIO. Personals and Briefs. After a good rain and a few cool nights, last Sunday 'beamed forth bright and clear, and as the sun rose in bis majestic power, and his bespangled rays covered the green carpeted earth and th...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 October 1898

jfasbion OLD GOWNS. ad Modifying aad Adapting to Preaeot Style*. ino de aole and gauze, which are i so extensively, are a great aid in a?instiling g-owns, as they may be used So yail worn or slightly defaced places. Moreover, ? silk gown of Inst year's style '"?say be brought up to date by adding a ?xacp flounce of mousscllnc de solo to tho ."ptain skirt and droping thc sleeves and laud ice with thc same material of thc udor ass* the drees ort black, since black accom? panies everything. Tho out of date largo sleeves are a valu i"resource, for tht y <<>ntain an immense it of goods which, from the nature ?af thirties, has not been exposed to much "aaaatr. There is almost enough material 'Ju a pair of the old balloon sleeves for an ?sutire bodice. The present sleeves are ?"-eery tight and small and may be of a dif Jaarent fabric from tho body of tho costume, although matching tho trimming in color a* least. Thi< cut shows a costume of dark blue wool goods. The skirt is tri...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 October 1898

SA.TJRDAY GCT 1,1898. REY. ^..OBJECTS. HE DOES t^OT LIKE THE LETTERS. The Virginia Baptists and Their Literature?He Tells What the Convention Meant. WORK OF THE AMER? ICAN BAPTIST PUBLI? CATION SOCIETY. Careful Criticism?Rev. Dr. Graham and His Crusade. Ra um h, N. C., Sept. 24,1898. To tbe Editor or Thi Richmond Planet ; Dear Sir:?I have been a reader ard subscriber of your paper for some time, and have all the time blasted of jour fairness. It grieves me to men? tion any instance of injustice done any 'person or body. In your last issue, or rather the issue of the 17ih, your cor? respondent who pretended to write up the account of the recent session of th- Virginia Bapt. S. S. Convention has done some one a great injustice and left a wrong impression. SIMILAR OA8SS KOTBD. I have noted similar caves in recent issues, aad I feel that some one ought to call attention to the facts. The impression waa left that the con? vention at Roanoke really made a de? parture and adopted for use s...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 October 1898

Sp-c: SATURDAY. OCT. 1. 1898 MAGHO'S MESSAGE. Services at the Churches. ALT- DR. GRAND1SON PBEA.0HL8. Se Tells What's tbe Matter With * 8am ooM?Bnrned By a Lamrj?Brevities From the Waid. Last Surday was indeed a pretty ?day, and mary were the happy little let-t which made their way to the va? rious Sunday Schools, only to be fol? lowed later hy the faithful christians who met in the temples for worship. Rev. W, F- Graham ia spending nig "vacation in tbe South. His pulpit was ably failed on last Sunday. Kev. Dr. Grardison delivered a fine sermon at the Sixth Mt. Zion Baptist Church on last Sunday morning. He proved himself to be a power in the pulpit. At tbe Ebenezer Church. Rev. G#o. E. Morris of Morristown, New Jersey filled the pulpit at ll :30 a. m. Rev. R. O. Johnson filled his pulpit at the usual hour on last Sunday morn inc. At the8:30 'ervijee, he adminis? tered the Lord's Supper to an appre? ciative and ience. On next Sunday night, Rpv. Dr. Grandoon will preach one of his ab...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 October 1898

VOL. XV. NC 43 RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER S. 1838 PRICE. 5 CENTS COLORED OFFICERS RESIGN. Trouble in tlie Sixth Virginia Regiment. REFUSED TO SUBMIT TO THE HUMILIATION. THE TRICK SPRUNG AT WASHINGTON. A Bungling Effort to Do by Unfair Means WHAT COULD NOT BE ACCOMPLISHED OTHER? WISE. t*fe MAJOR W. H. JOHNSON, Commanding Second Battalion of Sixth Virginia Regiment, Resigns his command at Knoxville, Tenn. The following telegraphic dispatch shows that the enemies of the Sixth Virginia Regiment have been at work at Washington: Knoxnillx, Tknn., Oct. 5 ?(3pecial) Hine colored officers of the Sixth Vir? ginia Volunteers to-day tendered their resignations to General McKee, com? manding ihe Second Division, First Corps. They were Major W. H. John? son, Captains Charles B. Nichol as, Jas. C. Hill, Jas. A. C. Stevens, Edward W. Gould, and Peter Shephard, Jr., and Lieutenants Samuel B. Randolph, Geo. T. Wright, and David Worrell. This wholesale resignation ia attributed to the fact ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 October 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. Mir. C. A. Jones, 617 W. Frsnklin St., Baltimore. Md., s mail-carrier for 26 ye*x?at Manchester, New Hsmpsbire ??vf?: 'The Cid Indisn Herb Medicine Stss cured me of eczems of thirtj f?m standing. Yes, after scratching **d?cratching,'sud itching snd itching ssi fiset no er.d of scratching and itch tit*, muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia SMod indigestion, ineursble piles, es S sr rfc of the hesd snd throat; I had no ts&t*. nor smell; snd s complication of csnssplsmts. I had to give up carrying lettrcs, in fsct I was not sble to do anything. My feet snd hsnds were ?rwdsaed to the bones. In fact my srlssse body wss a mass of sores and ?ashs and scales. My stomach wss tjfafc and sour at all times. I spent >,y first with one doctor and then >ther, but got no relief, but seemed t*? pet worse all the tims until some one sdvised me to go to the Gld Indian Herb Medicine Man st G16 North Eu tsvwStreet, Bsltimore snd I mutt say I (ots permsnent cure in every wsy. R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 October 1898

A GAME POSTPONED. By GEBTBUDE SMITH. Kr r rCopyrtRht. 1SS?7. by tho Author.] lt had boen snowing for two days, smd now the snowplows were out. and the first really good sleighing of tho winter would begin. The great fields lay in unbroken Whiteness. The woods along tho banks of the Iowa river wor\' billows of snow. The large farmhouses and tho number and size of the horns aud other outlying buildings gave evidences of the richness of the soil that lay buried and resting for another harvest. Jndge Hilton's house had tho distinc? tion of being built of brick. There waa a dignity in its solidity over the usual vrhite frame houses on the surrounding farms that well became the dignity of the judge. The judge was Kew England born smd bred. There is a veneration for Puritan ancestry in the entirely west? ern soul, that the Puritan mind still clings to for good old English blood. Isabel Hilton war her father's house? keeper and only child. The mother had died while she was a baby, and she h...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 October 1898

Pub'UhSd ererv Si t'ir-Uv l>r John Mitchell j 1 I r. \' Richmond. Va i " JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR AU communications tntenael for publication ho ula be sent so as to reach us Wednesday. ? * TEEMS IN ADVANCE. x?% sftse Copy, one year..~~.~.-81.80 One Copy, eight months.. 1.08 ' Gae Copy, six months,._. .80 * Ou* Copy,four months.?.- .88 One Copy, three months.-.40 I L-opy. tin le Copy. ?Ungle Copy.-.08 ADVERTISING RATES. 3For one inch, one Insertion.r t BO Tor one Inch each sul-sequent insertion... SS fer two Inches, three months..._._SOO For two inches, six months. 1000 For two L.jhes, nine months. 14 00 ?Tot 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 RECEDED ?N SUBSCRIPTIONS. ThePlaxbt is issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ls $1.90 a year. In advance. There are voca wa vs by which money can be ?ent by mail at our risk?in - Post Office Money Or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 October 1898

SAT THE WHlTil (T) OOLOBED TEAOHEB. His Solilcouy. (Tune: Susanna.' [Nite: This song is republished by request, It first appeared in the Fla.n wt early in the cresent decade when a white man was appointed a teacher for colored children at Baker St. School. Tlft colored people of the city resented the appointment and Eva embodied their sentiments in the following Torses and sent them to the Plans? fer p _bli 43 at ion. It is believed that they had mnch to <do with the removal of the obnoxious teacher ai he disappeared soon after their publication j I had a dream the other night, When everything was still, I dreatnpt I was a shining light, At Baker on the hill. I am a white man of the white*, My scholars they are back, I don't believe in civil rights, But money I do lack. Chorus:?Oh 1 white people I Don't you cry for me, I'm now at Baker on the hill, A teaching A. B, C. I tried my luck for Central School, Bat I could not succeed. They said they did not want a fool To teach white bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 October 1898

IWOVAtNS *~sw5KATTO WEAR ANO HOW TO MAKE IT. Seary M stn tea's Hint* Regard Usg Semsomnble ?? v Toilettes. Ia spit* of all prediction, th* ?lightly waist continues to hold ita place is chic in the extreme. The model is singularly- well adapted, both to and light weight woola But aa shown m popular black and white, the foutv material being checked taffetta, the "ailiaiiiim, black velvet, ribbon combined *ws_i white satin. With it is worn a sailor ?3?d, with a scarf of Liberty silk and quills The foundation for thc waist in a fitted which includes the usual pieces and and closes at tbe center front. But *?"?_? Nous* is fitted by shoulder and under wann seams only, the closing being invisible tb?naath the frills which edge the front* the revers. Ab~>va the closing eacb is extended to form a big pointe*] which is laced with satin and banded Wiwin ribbon, a frill of ribbon finishing the Aa illustrated, the slight opening i? by the big chiffon scarf, but i 9*11 plastron of white Libert...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 October 1898

saturday, oct s, 1898. THE RAMBLER. V BAPTIST IN THE WEST. The Explanation of the Grand Worthy Secre? tary. A GRAVE STATE OF AF FAIRS-THE FOURTH DISTRICT. Tbe Church and Donkey Par? ties?The District Mis? sionary Convention. According to the minutes of the Virginia Bsptiat State Convention for 1886, there are in the United Statea 4,055,806 colored Baptists with 27,355 ministers snd 48,387 churches. Also -we sre Informed thst "in many of the western states there are no Baptists." The American Baptist Year Book shows that there are Baptists in each state of the Union. There certain? ly are colored Baptist Associations in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and other states of the Mississippi. The minutes of the New England Conven? tion tell of the colored Baptista in the East. 'Tis funny how some statistical secretaries make mistakes snd then put them on the clerks of Associations. A WOBD ABDUT TBCB BUBFORMBSS. Some persona rush in print to correct stn error or give a true statement, "b...

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

(CiW; SATURDAY. OCT. 8. 1898. LL OAKEY. I To the Richmond Placet] ~L"?ten, children, hear me tell, How, charging into the mouth of hell In that terrificdre-idful fray Thors dusky heroes saved the dsy At h.1 Caney. ""Try not the steep," the timid raid " io stem that avalanche of lead 'Twill take an arm? tw ic* as strocg" Butstiil thex rusn'd oa with a Bong At El I aney. Do?n the Heep hill the bullets poured, Like blast* from bell the cannon roared ; And rs seared wheat the heroes fell Still on they rushed and with a yell At ?1 Caney. Ko veteran leader Rave command To thac immortal dusky bani, Hearing the awful cannonade They knew a blunder had been made At El Caney. Th?.y saw the Saxon rise and reel, Thev heard th^ awful clash of s?.eel, They heard the shout of ha?ky Don In lusty hop? of battles wen At El Caney. AnW then they rope aod rushed ahead, Unmindful of the rhower of lead. Which feh'd their brothers like a mow Until th??y faj'd the sullen foe At El Caney. And now our banners ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 October 1898

VOL. XV. NO- 44 RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 ).? 898 PRICE, 5 CENTS TROUBLE i THE 6TH VIRGINIA, THE PRESIDENT:WILL SAY Resignations Not Acted Upon. Athletic Exercise. TO GO FURTHER SOUTH-ON TO CUBA :OOK THOMPSON LEAVES LIEUTENANT WILLIAM TIFFANY, Relatives of the late Lieutenant Tiffany recently sent to Colonel Roosevelt % fend of fl,OOO to be distributed among the rough riders in memory of the yoong lieutenant. Tiffany was conspicuous among tho society contingent of the rough riders. Although prominent in the celebrated charge of the rough riders at San Juan, where ho won promotion to a lieutenancy, ho escaped the Hauser bullets only to succumb to the Cuban fever and lack of nourishment. He was only 25 vears old and waa one of the best known society men in New York. A few years ago he became a cowboy on a cattle ranch to improve- his health, and when the war with Spain bogan ho at once joined the rough riders. There was excellent fighting blood in his veins, for his grea...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 October 1898

Btv. C. A. Jones, 617 W Franklin St.. Baltimore. Md., a mail-carrier for 20 year*at Manchester. New Hampshire, says: 'The O.d Indian Herb Medicine Man cured me nf eczema of thirty years standing. Yea. after scratching and scratching,'a>d itching ard itching in fact no erd of scratching and itch? ing:, muscular rheumatism, dyspeps a snd indigestion, incurable piles. ce? ftarrh of the h?ad and throat; 1 had nu taste nor smell; and a complication of somplaints. I had to give up carrying letters, in fact 1 waa not able to do snything. My feet and hands were cracked to the bones. In fact my whole body waa a mass of Bores and scabs and scales. My stomach was sick and sour at all times. 1 spent money first with one doctor and then another, bu*, got no relief, but seemed to get worse nil the time until some one advieed me to go to the Old Indian Herb Medicine Man at 616 North Eu? taw Street, rtaitimore and I muit say 1 got a permanent cure in every way. Rtsptctfuliy, C. A. Tonks. 6.7 W. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 October 1898

1 OUR STAR-SPANGLED GLORY. Itali to thee. Star-Spangled Banner. Symbol of the brave and free. TJafurled above tbe Nation's temples. Or above ber sails at sea; Thou art the same star-spangled L glory? f Banner of sweet Liberty. an all tbe world's recorded ape*. Never banner waved on high. Above so vast a realm of Freedom. Ab thy Stars and Stripes which fly Above the millions of tha Unka*. 'Neath the glowing sn -y. Ensign of Right, Ersign of Glory, Kmblem of a No wrong can ever mir thy beauty With the millior.s loving thee? The millions who at? nun and mighty. Sons of Right ard Liberty. Young. ?ABSTON'S TRIUMPH. ?Ten to one on Jim Garside for the College Cup and county championship! Any takers? Not one!" And it wanted but two days to that of the great race! I believe I clenched my fists; not until that excited mo? ment, in the crowded dressing room, bad I thoroughly realized that Jim was supreme favorite?the hero of the occasion in all respects. He had just won the first trial apia?be...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 October 1898

Publi>h"d . it ail N it'i St . Richmond. Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR , - EDITOR* All wama teat lon - Intended for publication should bs sent so sh to a a - TERMS IN ADVANCR. ? eiee Copy, one year,.41.60 On? ?\>py,eight months,. 1.06 One Copy, six months.R0 ? py.four months.60 One Copy, three months.40 Single Copy_.06 ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one insertion._8 60 For one Inch each subsequent insertion... 2S For two lnahes, throe months,.~? 6 00 For two inches, six months. 1000 For two inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months. SO00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per line...- 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ONSUBSCRJPTI' IeiPlanit ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ls81.60 a year. In advance. There are rous ways by which money can be nant by mall at our risk?In - Post OrBce Money Order", by Bank Check or Draft, or an Express Money Order, and when none of these can be procured, la a Re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 October 1898

d? SATURDAY. OCT. 15, 1898. FROM THE WEST-END XiOOD SERVICES IN THE CHURCHES. Work Among: the Sabbath Schools. Personals and Briefs Mention. Brilliant Marriages. The services in all the churches last Sunday were up to a very high stand? ard. In lome, there waa a marked in? crease in the attendance and much spiritual feeling was shown. At the Sunday School of the 5tb Bap? tist Church Supt. M. G. Lewis and his oorps of officers and teachers have in? augurated new plans to increase the membership. The devotional exercises at 5th Bap? tist Church were the best all day ser? vices we have seen this year. Mrs. Ellen E. Carter preached morning, af? ternoon and evening. At li :30, the main auditorium was crowded ; after? noon fair and in tbe evening the sa? cred edifice was packed. The collec? tion for Sunday and Friday night, 7th, at which time Mr*. Garter ales preach? ed, was about |62. It was announced, the sister would Sreach for the same church Wednes ay night, llth. The church, through...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 October 1898

3fasbion Dints for tbe Xabies. SE liOLI TAIKS . r Kop the Hall. The admittedly odd looking contriv? ance that figures in tbe cut would be found very serviceable In a modern ball, providing as it does an ample um? brella stand aud a handy glove and brash cabinet. It serves as a con? venient and appropriate auxiliary to A NOVEL HAT RACK. of the quaint hanging hat and coat racks that are now quite the .proper thing in a well appointed hall. CT" Kitchen Hints. In making jelly it must be borne in "anrod that the less stiring there is the ?tetter. If stirred too much the jelly ls not rlear, while the tendency of smear to granulate is increased by .stirring. Two tablespoonfuls of washing soda iuisolved in a gallon of boiling water makes an excellent disinfectant for tbe kitchen sink. Pour in while boiling Kat A good test for the right consis 'twfccy of jelly when boiling is to let it drop from a spoon. If the last drop sticks to the spoon it is sufficiently .bard. For canning, pickling and...

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