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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 October 1898

SATURDAY. OCT 15, 1898. THE KNIGHT OF ARKANSAS. I am the Knight of Arkansas, Hat rights 1 shall defend. And sre that &|nnfteYhe law, Whatever mayportend. 1 have a crowd of jolly boys Who always with me go; "When our Winchesters make a noise, They lay the Negroes low. We know the laws' supreme com? mand Gives every man the right, For life and liberty to stand. And for these boons to fight. That all to work, be equal, free, To earn their daily Dread. Before the law shall equal ba, And no injustice dread. For white men that may be the law, Their rights we'll not gainsay, But no black men in Arkansas, Shall ever s?e the day,? When white men will consent that they Shall equal with them be. Although in some respects they may Be men, and may be free. The Yanks themselves who did set free Our slaves against the law. Die. not expect that ever we? The whites of Arkansas? ahould recognize a Negro man, As now demands the law, And not impose on him a ban, In old French Arkansas. If they will...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 October 1898

WsW NS !, INS. Belief Association Agent Hints of Horrors in Santiago. BAD PLAINT OF A VOLUNTEER. lie ririlrriM That th?> ltr^iiliirM Were* ~roperly Cared lor. lint lb.it \ olun . toers Ware ll ? lally N?L:i<-?-t?-a?ri?o Obdam Brtaos ? Sensational Ketiort. New York. Oet 12.?Th ?nuisport ? tbdom, which sailed from "Ponce Sept. Oct. 5. ?arrived at quarantine shortly after 4 ??n. ThS transport bree ? all well tm board. Th? ro for this port on Oct. -. t>ut whi n two days at sea fire was dis? covered in her coal bunkers and she ?wa* compel'- torn to ^ant.ajco. ?Where the lire was extinguished. The transport sailed again on Oet. a, and experienced fairly good weather. Th fire was still smouldering: when the Obdarn reached quarantine. Amonjf tne slek and -nt soldiers ?ghi by the Obdam are 20 men of the 'i Pennsylvania and nine Irotn the Fourth IVnnsylvania volun? teer!!. On board the Obdam as a yrom Banttasje ts Colonel Charles EL ?Gibson. r of the I tional Relief association, who ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 October 1898

v*-^ VOL. XV. NO. 45 RICHMOND. V1KGINIA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER i2. IS98 PRICE, 5 CENTS AFTER REY. DI Mrs. Coles' Cau THAT MONDA MEET Foreign Mission ters' Con TO BUILD A CHAPEL 11 LANGUAGE AND POIN: "Truth crushed to earth shall rise Bgain, The eternal years of God ara hers." Richmond, Va., Oct. 15, 1808. air. Editor:? By giving the following facts to the public, we are not inviting s con? troversy with any one, nar shall we answer any reply that may be made by the gentleman in question, or an j of his colleagues. The report of the Min? isters Conference of last Monday, calls forth this article in defense cf our? selves, and in Justice to the National Baptist Convention. The first mis? take by Mr. Lewis, secretary of the Conference is, "The members out in full." No such declaration is true. Til MAJOBITY HOT PBISBBT. The msjority of Richmond's Minis? ters were not present, viz: Revs. R. O. Johnson, R. Wells, H. Powell, W.H. White. A. Ferguson, A. S. Thomas, Geo. E. Johnson and Dr. Graham...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 October 1898

Baltimore Testimonals I L Jones,'J 17 W Fr Bali*: aay "'>* _ Yea. aftsi '?? Lag and it chi og in fa'.**, ro pi d I t ernie! ing s\d Itch a. incurable torch ul and throat: I had r.o taste nor tn all; and a comp'i ? ?.' on of J t'ad to give ap o->.rryinc letter- i was n?t able to do tnythii g. Ml feet ard randa were rd to the bor.r*. In fr. as a mass of torrs Rod scabs and f-oales. My Stomach *?< lick and sour at all times. 1 spvut - \P* <H taon^y tir?t with on*1 doctor and then another, but pot vo relief, but seemed to get. wo-: time o nd I mu* gotai^'" ts in artery stay. Respectfully, O.A. '0NB!?. 5:7 ? . Franl lin Sr. Mr. George Brosios, 1127 Pat ie Old Indian Herb Medicine Man at 610Ko? tow St . Bri booro, Md., cured me of r. terrible eou_h, pneumonia, pc rheumatism, dyspepsia, lndig nad s fearful esae rf goal in my lost, festeieu pi M and itching pie?, and aches and pshns from the top of my head t:> the er.d of my toes Alsoone of my customers ol a very Berious atom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 October 1898

?? ? THE GALLEONS OF bi Ktag Phillp had vaunted his ria! lie had sworn for a year sack us; "With an army of >? B namos lim was coming to fagot and staci bb; hike the thieves of the sea he woul< : track us, Ass shatter our shirs on the ni Bat we had bold Neptune to us? Aili where are the galleons of Spain? Ubi earackes were christened of dames TS the kirtles whereof he wouhi us; *WMs his saints and his gilded steru frames ? He had thought like an egg shell tc I crack us; Uaw Howard may ret to his Fl Ant Drake to his Davos ag.. And Hawkins bowl rubbers to 1 chua? Far where are the galleons of Spain? l>t his Majesty hang to St. James The axe that he whetted to hack its; He must play at some lustier games Or at sea he can hope to out-thwack us; . Ta his mines of Peru he would pack U8 Ts tug at his bullet and chain: Alas! that his greatness should lack us? But where are the galleons of Spain? ewvo> . Gloriana!?the don may attack us Whenever his stomach be fain; He must, reach...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 October 1898

Pabltah d f ?<tt 8s tu rda v bv John Ml'ohrll, naWiakbd at SH N 4th St . Richmond. Ve. J ORT? MITCHELL. JR., - EDITOR Sile*? ?itinieatlons intended f<>r uuM. 1 be amt so a> tu raa< ii us i y w a TERMS IN APVANCX. ? Oaay.one to,:, .11.60 f>*pjr,eigiit ? .Lot Oapr.eix mont'-. . JM C>S'. to" r ?ob tha..-.- -5? Ow, three moLihi.4C [la: Copy,-.04 ADVT.RT tte*, net (nch.fmc loBrrtlon ._..! 6-' l?r?eli.,'lif., ..... f 9mm laae taeh??t?. '.!?.r>v r?..???? P*w tara inchies. *ix months SJBr two I ti. ?:><?*, nine months. .... 14 O. ?Bar two Indi**, twelve moo tba. Alta Bfau-rtar* ar.-. ti:n?-v?: no'. . V aMaoadintt aud transient notlowl per line. I rnaKTAG? STAMPS OF A batVOMlSS BTC^KRTKAN TWOCSMT8KOTRJBCatl WSVJSs-CP.IPTI TBtaPLA.var ls lapnod weekly. The sa mtim ^rtee IstLAU a year. 1% ad taste. rr?*e>e Poi: a vat - 1/ Which nunn a- ?<* &y o:att atoor rink ?ii. .. Poa! ; by Hank Chock ?ir Draft. t>r ?n '. /Order, and when nt.no ol theae eau b* red,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 October 1898

FROM BLUEFIELD. PUBLIC SCHOOLHOUSE BURNt-D. <iov. Q. W. Atkinson Vis? its the City. DELIVERS AN ABLE ADDRESS. We*. A. J. Brown Preached a Wonderful Sermon. FEBSOHA.L flwTES OF INTEREST. BlusbibzJ), W. Va., Oct. 17,1S98 Tbe eity'a public school-building 'waa totally destroyed by 'fire on Wed? nesday night, Oct. 12th. It wat a new building and had just been received iv the" Board of Education, *who elected Mr. H. M. Smith aa prin? cipal and Mrs. Dr. G. H. Lane, Miss E. O. Gousina, also Miaa M. M. Booze aa assistants. The achoo! waa to have opened Monday, Oct. 17th. The oauae at tbe miafortuce ia unknown. Gov G. W. Atkinson of W. Va., ar? rived in the city Saturday and discuss? ed the issues ot the day of the great republican party. He apoke of the healthy condition of the State treasury showing that there was mora than twice as much money in treasury now than waa ever there under a Democrat? ic administration. The taxes of rail? roads w?re increased over $100,000 Public Printing an...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 October 1898

HMnts for tbe Xabies. _ THE FURRIER'S SECRET Taaay to Claaa Furs \\h?n These Itiile* Are followed. Tiira become very mach soiled and steed renovation as much as any part mst a -woman's wardrobe, but among the maay directions given for cleansing wtad renovating one seldom finds any? thing regarding furs. Furriers kc^p sall such trade swifts strictly, but oc? casionally there is a leakage. Dark ] Fnrs, aa seal, mink and black marten, i ara cleaned with lino cedar or mahog? any sawdust, which is kept in stock by tUrriers. The garment is ripped I from tb? lining and thc fur laid on a table with the hair up. Then the saw? dust is rubbed in the hair, and neither strength nor sawdust is spared during the process. When finis'. ? the ?fm lightly over the table and SETS the ?sawdust that drop.-* out. Timi put the table one or two fen!her pillows in their usual maslin slips, snd ap *ay the furs, hair down this tiing.. teat thoroughly with a switch un:ii the sawdust is out and the fur as rican ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 October 1898

GENERAL PIO PILAR, AGUINALDO'S RIVAL Not tte least of General Emilio Agoi_aldo*t troubles is thaaGtwral Pio Pilar, a rival insurgent chief, is fSMalatlorilll to oust him from his position as leader of tho Filipinos. Th Beta] Pilar i? from a photograph procured by a cor respondent of the New York Herald. THE KNIGHT OF ARKANSAS. I am the Knirht ? - LS, Her rights 1 -?ball defend. And ape that all abide tbe law, Whatever may portend. I have a erowd of jolly Who a'wava witn me k<> ; When our Winches* -ra uiaxe a noise, They lay tbe Negro;s low. We know the la-a' supreme command, Gi-rea every man ihe right. For life and Murty to stand, And for theae boons to fight. That all to work, be equal, tree. To earn their daily bread. Before the law shall equal be, And no injustice dread . For white men that may be the law. Their rights we'll not gainsay. Bat no black men in Arkansas, Shall ever see the day,? When white men will conaent that they Shall equal with them be, Although in some re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 October 1898

SATURDAY. OCT. 22. 189S. OCR FLAGJS TIM The Stars and Stripes Raised in \ <_. Porto Rico, U. S. A. Jk\ OtflET, DIGNIFIED CEBEMOHT. >TVerk of tbe Kvacusilon Commta Now Over, and th*> Iteport* Will Forwarded to Washington?The rican* Worked Without Delay. Juan de Porto Rico. Oct. M.? promptly at noon yesterday the Amer fl?K was rali*ed ever San Juan, ceremony was quiet and dignified, larred by disorder of any kind. "The Eleventh regular infantry, with ?sro batteries of the Fifth artillery. Sanded in the morning. The latter pro? ceeded to the forts, while the infantry lined up on the docks, lt was a holi -aflay for San Juan, and there were matty jpeople in the streets. Rear Admiral Schley and General Oordon. accompanied by their staffs, proceeded to the place In carriages. The Saeventh Infantry and band, with 'Troop H, of the Sixth Ignited States cavalry, then marched through the artreets and formed in the square oppo? site the palace. At 11:40 a. m. General Brooke, Admiral Sch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 October 1898

VOL. XV. NO. 46. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER29, L89& PRICK 5 CENTS. frgAfAtL WONICROj AiiT.caPT, 'Gt* JUUM*. WWAPOi THE RESOLUTE AND SPAIN'S COMMISSIONERS. r Braving the fate of the battleship Maine, the United States transport Res date now lies at anchor in Havana harbor, with the American commission of capitulation?Admiral Sampson, General Wade and General Butler?on board. The Spanish commissioners are D. Rafael Jdontoro, Assistant Captain General Gouaalex Parrado and Admiral Manterola of Spain's navy. These commission? ers, three for the United States and three for Spain, will arrange for the with* drawal of the Spanish army from Cuba and will settle various vexatious prob* tams shat will arise during the course of the negotiations. OPERA HOUSE ?DESTROYED. A Sad Affair at Newport News. riANY HAVE A NARROW ESCAPE. RrCaMnoud Workmen Injured. Ubwpobt Nbws, Va., Oet. 26, 1898. The new colored opera-house which bas Just been erected at the corner of Madison Avenue and Tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 October 1898

Baltimore Testimonals Mr. C. A. Jones, 617 W Franklin St . Baltimore. Vd., a mail-carrier for 26 yearsat Manchester, New Hampshire. says: "The 0;d Indian Herb Medicine Man cured me of eczema of thirty years standing. Yea. after scratching and scratching,ra-'d itching and itching in fact no erd of scratching and itch? ing, nviFcuUr rheumatism, dyspepsia snd indigestion, incurable pi'es. ca" Varrh of the head and throat; 1 had no Caste nor smell; and a complication of complaints. I had to give up carrying letters, in feet I was not able to do anything. My feet and hands were Bracked to the bones. In fact my whole body was a mass nf sores and scabs and scales. My stomach w*s tick and sour at all times. 1 spent money first with one doctor and then another, but got no relief, but seemed to get worpe 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 must say I got a permanent pure in every way. Rtspectlully, CA. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 October 1898

my Uh d<> [golden it out reen." echoes Meath do us ] free together flow. *L FARRAND FELCH. SPANISH MAIN in the Caspian. Mr. Bar tell of the foilo-w-ing ad have sometimes thouint lensed a talent for embcl I do not, therefore, vouch But I have been careful extenuate, nor aught sot j ice." rae on my first voyage in' [arion. I got infected, like j young fellows, with the] away and try my luck < ind I listened to the se-' ss of Tom Babson, an ad- j had led a barum-. mocking about in the Pa-j the various ports on the , till I convinced myself much abused ship's com- j nat any change would be ng In the port of Pay ta.1 got acquainted on shore 'arnon belonging to a ton? ed the Tree Amigos. She ut to go and fight sonio sr knew exactly who, for American republics were row?I think they hardly Ives whst it waa all about, change and adventure iu and Tom aud I laid a from the Marion, and get loubloons advance by en cruiser. times during our stay we smuggle nearly all our lore, and left t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 October 1898

Publish d every Saturday by J ?"'hr. Mi*chf>ll, Published at 3ll N 4tb St , Richmond, Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR AU communication* in ten I %d for pu bl lea tion should bf.sent ?o as to rescb us bywednei TBBM8 IN ADVANCB. ? I Copy, one year..-..41.CS ?ne Copy,eight months, ~~.?_-?...? LBS ?ne Copy, six months,._._~~.. Jtt One Copy, four months,___,.- Jtt ?ne Copy, three months... ? .40 ?Ugle Copy_._. .BB ADVERTISING BATB8. War aa* Inch, one insertion._I ?nv one Inch each subsequent Insertion... Fee two laches, three month*,..-._ 6 06 Bee two inches, six months. looe For two lhches, nine months. 1* 00 Ver two inches, twelve months_. 90 00 MerrUreand funeral n?$tces,. BO SUnding snd transient notices per line? IC rOBTAOX STAMPS OF A DBNOMINATTON HIGHKR THAN TWO CKNTS NOT RKCEIVRT) BK SUBSCRIPTIONS. laiBFLAMBT is Issued weekly. The subscrip ?son price ls 91.60 a year. In advance. There are rona wats by which money can be ?on* uy inait ci,our risa?ia a reelumcr Money Order; by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 October 1898

i*w THE POPE IN THE EVENING OF HIS DAYS. This picture, which is from the London Graphic, and was drawn from life by EL Labor, shows Pope Leo XIII in the private garden at the Vatican de? voted to the nse of pontiffs alone. Especial interest attaches to the scene in view of the recent persistent reports as to the feebleness of the aged pope. Leo XIII, born Gioacchino Pecoi, is a native of ntral Italy and was descended fro?i un old patrician family. March 2 is 1 rthday. and he is now in his eighty-ninth year. He waa chosen pope on F 21, 1878. IROM HUNTINGTON. Dr. Payne's Imurtveraent?The Working Men Brm? Senator Elkins Speaks? Eb worth League?Personal Items Hjlmtiboto.s, W. Va., Oct. 25, '98 Hoar. C. H. Payne of Montgomery in our city several days last week on business. Owing to his illness he haa been unable for the last few weeks to perform tbe functions of his office. Kev. Robert Steele, the pastor of the M. B. Church has commenced a revival meeting which will be continued this wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 October 1898

"-bints tor tbe Xaoies. S -= am . a?sr i^st'iiiima ia _?=e-a W0/AtN5 i if ni into? f?" ? ? ? ITTTTTT REA!_A -J-ejB-Lf^lg' TTO BVEAR AND HO WTO MAKE IT. I Stet- Regarding Seasonable TwlWtttee. Piala arolorcd cashmere ls here mungry developed with an applied ^tvate and collar ul black guipure over blue satin the trimmihg of being laid over blue satin to nat semi-girdle of blue satin ribbon lmserted at the under arm seam and la a. large bow with ends at the aylisfa arrangement of the gown ie over fitted linings that close outer front, a slightly pouched ef 1s given by gathers attached to the at the waist line. The full fronts bbb* gathered at the top and arranged -aaa. pointed yoke depth the fulness in .stack being collected in overlapping -9bMbb that hang from the center in ~PaTtcstn-lBKe folds. The nerk is finish wael with a standing collar over the top tea* which a circular portion is join that separates in neatly pointed at the front, prettily pointed lapels in four form a bertha o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 October 1898

77 CAPTAIN EVANS AS HE WAS -AND IS. Days, nights, weeks and months nf almost ceaseless peril and anxiety, with ?the terrific heat of tho sun above by day and tho terrific heat of tho boilers be? low both day and night. WON out several of tho brave officers who conduct? ed tbe long and wearying blockade of Santiago. Rear Admiral Winfield Scott Schley. Ccptain Robley 1). Emus of the battleship Iowa, and Captain Charles E. Clark, late commander cf the battleship Oregon, all succumbed to the strain for a time, and Captain Evans recently relinquish*fl command of the Iowa be poanse of ill heal til. Tho accompanying pictures of Captain Evans as he wail be? fore tba campaign opened and as he is today are from the New York Journal. To gain an idea of thu ravages ol malarial fever, compare the small picture of Evans taken some time ago with the largo reproduction of tbe very faithful photograph taken sonic days ago. Captain Evans was hurt last May by the falling of a 800 pound hattie hatch in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 October 1898

SATURDAY OCT 2<>. 1898. PITTMAN NOTES. lt w?? Baid only a few years ago that there was no ?ucn thing as union witn she Neargo, bat we are in a measure seme*nat compelled io deny that ma amnion, w nile we agree that he is m t really awake to ail that the espreesiou unpflies yet be is going that way aad we feel that aecret organisations ia one of tbe instruments that will golte at a part uf tne Negro Problem. All organizations based upon princ? plea which iotolve the lore of maokii d one for another to carry them out wi.l play a very important part in bringing avoout unttv. No man is or can be a Pythian who do not lore his fellow man aad no man wno la unwilling to make seen fices for his brou er ean ev^r be a true Fythiau though >bligated athous aod ti sae* a day. God so loved the world that he gave His only b-gitten Son to die for the rtdtmptt >u of tbe same. Pythias to lore:! llimon that he gare himself ss a, host**: f for, Damon in order that he might have four hours re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 November 1898

TOJL. XT. NO. 47. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1898. naen 5 cENm THE PLOT IS FOILED. The Sixth Virginia Regiment Refuses to Obey Crox ton's White Officers. STORMY SCENES TRANSPIRE AT CAMP POLAND. While Opposing Mixed Schools the Lieutenant Colonel Advocates Mixed Officers. Two White Regiments Ordered to the Colored Camp. Tiley are then Withdrawn. Pleading with the Colored Soldiers. The Men Stand Firm. Will Go to Prison or the Gallows, bat not to Cuba with White Officers. A Sublime Display of Courage by the Virginia Colored Troops. An Appeal to Governor Tyler. Il.moxtu.lji, Tbbn , Nor. 2.?Tho re ?est appointment of nine whits officers bs asa Sixth Y ir gin is (colored) Regi Bsest, to-day ossasioned s mutiny asaosg the men of thst regiment. lits officers in question were must? ered is s few dsys sgo snd since thst tiase there hss existed sonsidersble feeling smong the colored troops, ss they mush prefer to bs in command of saes of their own class. SB A. YB FSaBB BMTBBTA.I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 November 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. < Mr. C. A Jones, 617 W. Franklin St., Baltimore. Md., a mail-carrier for 26 years at Marchester, New Hampshire. ?ays: "The Oid Indian Herb Medicine Man cured me of eczema of thirty years standing. Yes. after scratching and scratching.jand itching and itching in fact no end nf scratching and itch? ing:, muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia ?xtd indigestion, incurable piles, ca" tarrh of the head and throat; I had no taste ncr small; and a complication of complaints. 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 mars of sores end ?cabs and scales. My stomach was seek end sour at all times. I 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 G16 North Eu? taw Street. Baltimore and I must say 1 got a permanent cure in every way. Respectfull...

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