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

jaaV A SONG OF JOY. ?7ojr annie in youth as a humming #$tng hey! for Hie toondy and btoo-n of life!) 'Aad lt made a home In my summer bower IWlaB the*honey-?uc-kW- and the sweet pea flower. i SjBlnE boy! for the blossoms and ft sweets ot life!) y i?ey ame a? a lark when th** y^?ars had gone. fAar hush, bush still. Tor the dream ia short!) UsBsi I gazed tar up to | SBJ blue ."Where the rare song droj>ped like a k golden dew. ? #a\b. sweet is the song though tbe dream be short!) Jay hovers now tn a far-off mist. ?The night draws on and the a ir breathe* ?no*') lAawf I reach, sometimes, with a tremb? ling hand 3fe tbe red-Upped clout ot the joy , bird's land. | eHia-.! for the days of the storm and k the snow!) rfl'b la SOPHIA IC A. HENSLEY. jfE? -, i r shady Geraldine Mauleverer sat in Ivar dressing-room comfortably hab? ited in dressing gown and slippers, glancing fondly now and again at a large morocco caae which stood open ob her dressing-table, and contained a i2.<tgnlficent...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 November 1898

JPubUfh-d-T.-rT Saturday t>? .Inha Mitehell. PnaUahfdst SH N *ti? St . Rk-hmond, Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR AUr*tnm?siceti<w:< I* Bded for publication abeaM be teat *o as to renes aa by wednesday ' TEEMS IN ADVANCE. ? *??e Copy, one yeer....XI.6C One Copy.eight months..~ 1.0* Oce Copy, six months.. JO tine Copy,four months,.?.68 One Copy, three months..4C Bingle Copy,-.Of 1DVBBTISISO RATES. Tx>t ?ne Inch, one insertion.- ....t 6? sTorone Inch each subsequent Insertion... * Fortwe laches, three months,. 6 ?? Fs?r vw<? inches. *lx months. Btw. #>?r two Inches, nine months. li W Ter twa inches, twelve month*. Marriage an4 funeral notice*.. Sf Standing and transient notices per line. lt FOSTA'iK STAMPS OF A DKNOMIN.M HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED 3N SUBSCRIPTIONS. IubPlanit ls issued weekly. The subeerip Men price isll.Su a year.ln advance. There are coca wats by which money can be aent by mall at our risk?in .. Post Ottos Massey Order; by JUnk Check or Draf...

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

v.?w SATURbAY NOV. 5, 1898. THE COLORED BOTS IN CAMP. 2 like to see the soldiers When they tramp, tramp, tramp, And there's nothing more inspiring Than the colored boys in camp. They always look so cheerful, And they march with careless grace. And every colored soldier Is s hero of his race. When the can tor volunteers Reached the Negro's eager ear, He responded like a hero With a loud resonant cheer. When the army went to Cuba To set the Cubans free The colored boys were fearless And showed great gallantry. They faced the Spanish bullets Like heroes tried and true, And gaye a roasing cheer For the red, white and blue. In the thickest of the battle, When the fight was raging hot. Not a Negro soldier faltered, Each stood up to take his lot. They fought with wondrous courage. Ard in God they put their trust. While they rescued the Hough Hid? er* Who seemed doomed to bite the dust. So when the boys come marchiog home All hail them with delight. Give them a Dig oration And be sure io tr...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 November 1898

Si tlOLI TA1K5 satolr Motes and Hist*, ?sacs powder is best for brun ; -trait* sud pins: are suitable for people. i frequent us* of greasy prepa? rations tor the face will produce a of down. lt oil brushed over the eye wlli promote their growth and a glossy appearance. excellent cure for brittle nalia is them daily for five minutes in ?ii warmed to a blood heat. valuable lotion for retaining tbe color of the bair is made of ounces of bay rum and one ounce *of sulphur. juice applied with a camel's toair brush night and morning will re asove freckles. If they are not too long ?Ttaadiag. leemon juice will also whiten -ass hands and remove stains. A Dainty (sblnet. A saique design for a cabinet for the Horary or sitting-room ls shown in the auBsosiipanying illustration. The closet tu the top has a drop door, with side which gives added room for the ion of any articles the little contain. The drawers are convenient always and everywhere, srsile the top and the open shelf in She middle wi...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 November 1898

BafitiKAMS a? a aovaLrsr, W %?W Waea glamour goes, aerves esme. 9 waat is youth but a happy igaor W anec* T Year eeeAsential werna rn is usually a Uar. The abase of hospital lty ia tha last refuse of the needy. Happy ls the man wa* loves aad ls loved of a plain woman. The arrogance of these whe have all shat they desire is iasupportasle. Many people amuse us whe are ebeaaaelves amused in thoir sleeves. VA life that is oniy a conglomeration af trifles is a poor tbiag to look back a poa. There are always well-meaaing per? sons arness us ready to direct the charity of others. > He had ene great factor of success In this world?an infinite capacity for boidiag his c*flft Iaaeitiaenecwnd flattery to a wo? man are se closely allied that the dla ?iaotiea is subtle. sfa> There are seme Women whose desire K ls te he all things to all mea laatead of eierythiag to one. It was a moment for mesial reaerva tloaa. Obs wonders whether each are takes acoesat of ia heavea. ^ FROM WASHINGTON. THE...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 November 1898

THE TALL MAN TESTIFIED. TOLD HOW THE WOMAN MET HER DEATH. "Remarkable Scene in the Court-Room.-Trouble ' About a Dollar-Wrapped in Bandages. Rosa Lee Smith's Awful Death.--Police-Ofl3.cers Testify .?Cor oner Taylor as a "Witness. John Lee Ayers Acquitted. ?r There was much excitement in this ^aity over a report that a colored wom? al Rosa Lee Smith had been murdered Saturday night, October 29th by an un? known colored man. The affair took place in Belvin's Al? ley, Governor St . near Bobs St. Sab awqaent'y John Lee Ayres went to the Police Station on Sunday after and gave himself np to the su ^^^Ifcies. THB COUBT BOOM r AC KEB. The ease was called Tuesday, Novena brr 1st, in she Police Court. Justice J ci ht: J. Crutchfleld presiding. The White Ch*mber was packed with sol? di* ri* and cit'rena of both races. *s ht n tlie eas* of Jobn Lee Ayres arif calico . a tall dark-skin man with Bit. bead wrapt ed in bandages and hid aran likewise caine to the bar. George ?. * i*e, s young white...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 November 1898

^ < i xv. sro, is. HI( IIMOM), VIHiaXIA, SATi'IDAV, XOY^KMBEH 12, I*.*>s. rnicK 5 < KNTJ A REPUBLICAN TIDAL WAVE The Democrats are Overwhelmingly Defeated. ' Republican Senate and House-Hew YorkComes Grandly to the Front Tine Rout is Complete. ? Sad Times in the Democratic Barn Yard.?The Solid South Feels Lonesome.~The Stars and Stripes are Triumphant. Thc Ut asl return? up to tba hour of ft ?ing to pres* (Thursday evening) in? dicate that the election last Tuesday wu a Republican tidal wave, and thia too in an "off year." The House of Representatives is Re? publican, they having 186 members sure while the Democrats, Silver Re? publicans and Kueionists have only iee. The United State* Senate will be Republican by a majority of two over ail. The gain made by the election last Tuesday will be ten. Virginia went Democratic as usual. Thorp, Wise, Walker and Hubard were counted out In the Third District, Otis H. Rus? sell's vote was d< ub'e that of B B. Weisiger. the Kepull c...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 November 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. Mr. C. A. Jones, 617 W Frark'in St.. moro-. Md . a mail-earner for "id yearMit Manchester, New Hampshire. ? ays: The <'d Indian Herb Vediciue Man eured me r?l eez- ma of thirty yearn i-tanling. Yeo. after fca'ehing ?nd Beratching, ne and itching in fae; no et d of aerate! ing a*ul itch? ing, muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia and indigestion, incurable piles ci*! tarrh of the head and throat; 1 had no taste nor #m?ll; and a complication of complaint**. 1 had to give up carrying letter*, m fact 1 was not able to do acythir g. My feet and hands were cracked to the bones. In fact my whole body ki? t num of sores and scabs and neales. My stomach was ?ciek and sofie at all times. 1 spent i ELoney first with one doctor and then another, but got no relief, but stemed ti g*-t worts all tbe time until aonM ene advised me to go :?? th?? did Indian Kerb *? edie*t*e Man at <>16 North Ku Law Street, baltimore and I mu-t say I . permanent cure in every way. Rtapectfuli...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 November 1898

IN THE DARKNESS. v ? io from the fa ht, whfrt . I pata <'u: : ?: i .1 a nu ; \ a abu> a ih th*' av. rut hlai ka ?it. Ai..ti tn.it my ruthless hand pat out i mik te 1 have hi I a ..ile up for au I own sex by batag ail har ladls awaiooav If she had haard thia would have said: MABJ little tiling }:ke that"?a deridive phrase she ap bIM equally t<> a parados or a powder-! purr. accompanying 'ho remark arith a glintinp, smile, the ingredients of which have puzzled- aroa scientists. I studied that smile long anti earnestly, with a view of imitation: but I waa fain in the ?>nd aa coule-.-; it too subtle for nu. There was a white glitter of teeth. a| derh-lous carl hag of the lips, a swish of the eyelashes, and your heart was gone from you: she hus mine yet. I believe I aaa the only woman that over loved her?perhaps because it was giveu only to nae to see that other side of her soul which Browning sa;, s we ail possess., 1 met her first on board the Scot, when w? were both on ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 November 1898

ubilah*d rviTv Saturday bv John Sd'chel" PubiUh<<! at -ill N Uh St . Richmond. Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR , - EDITOR .Uleoemsniottions lnt<>n<Ied for publication eeenUi bc sent so as to reach us hvwrdiaoeday TERMS IR ADVANCR. ? es-ao Copy, one yeer,.?_.._-..-91.90 One Copy.eight month*...__._... LOS a9ae Copy, six months,.?..80 t>ncCopy, four months,. .SC Base Copy, three mon tba.40 einjrie Copy....Ot ADVERTISING RATES. tr*or ono Inch, one Insertion. , , | 60 STerooe Inch each subsequent Insertion? St 8*?rtwo Inches, three months...?.. .. 9 00 9"or two Inches, six months. io -? Sfor two inches, nine months. 14 SC fSrtvo inches, twelve months. 90 00 Marriage and funeral notices.. SC (Standing aud transient notices per line. lt t-*OSTA<;S STAMPS OF A DRNOMINAT'N (HIGHER THAN TWOCXNTS NOT RhOElVKD ea: bORscRipnoNs. v?bPt..*t-bt ls issued weekly. The subscrip etoo price ts SI.Mia year, in ad vince Y.'.ere are roi'K wats by which money can V nant by mail ?? our risk?in . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 November 1898

SATURDAY. NOV. 12. 1898. BE SIMPLY A MAH. ?.$*>? boasting af your color. And prating of your race. Of these you're ever crying as you go: "When others would net know you For a white or for a black. Bat simply aa a man and nothing more. La politics or business, Ia religion or in love, M yuu would not ocme to failure and lo woe; Say nothing of your color, .And forget you have a race. Just ba indeed a man and nothing more. Aad when you build your churches, In the country or in town, ?ind carve a sign ia marble o'er the door. Let no one know who reads it, "What race doth worship there. Bat that they worship God and nothing more. Some men come here from Ea rope, From Asia, too, they come. From island 'round which ocean wa? ters flow. They boast not of their countries. "Nor the race from which they sprang "Americans 1'* they boast snd nothing more. fou may ba a gracious lady. Or a mighty gentleman, But who'd believe you if you told them so ? lt's spoken in one's conduct. And in ini'a s...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 November 1898

IWO/AfNS MHMsfflifllH1 t1-F?lrl'l!'IHBrTiy*ITH REAm M*nOWlARANOHOWTOM?Kfc M. w-#BBaa--na'e Miat? **f|-*B*i Blag -??i?*"'iehle I ..I MIH A channin**,'oni'uii.ii ion la here tcp aaaaajs-ei in steel grey ami while broad decorate-] wlt.li bia* k (alpara Ttl rr anti narrow black Balla rITBbon The yoke aad ataadlag oT -ab Ur <-lo:h la overlaid with gi.ipurr lace applique IO (Batch i-a*?--tr-at*ag Ihe fronts, be***** B*d I Us- fa*S-.ionable fronts arr cut low anti ia* "*lii<lor" style, just aaoagsTi briny; collected by j;alhcrs al (o pouch becomingly aver Mi* jQlove SUed linings that ckMM lr Ktytport the deep yoke that *' irx tasrd ra the right aaievlsler scam, ???I iJsjr*,*, with tho siiiTirlinjf collar i-rwi-e am-Clrr left-thouide:. Theovei front* '-***> an tefl and dose Invisibly with the Over th** BBeSBteea lack lootk Ht tlif Usp a rounded fai-iag is applied, tho fullii kj*-r-r -edee bein-* laid in ovi aaat-*ta al the aaa H revel fearuj-e is I tie smooth round ??a*ea*a*i *kt w...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 November 1898

liSM :-.VTURI>.Vafc,*yOV. ?-?. ^'iS \STASHIN6rf ON LETTER f? SPAIN 5^ DIPLOMATIC REFUSAL. A Large Bid for the Phil ippines. GEN. LAWTON'S OUT SPOKEN STATEMENT. Thc Government aud the Eastern Question. TEE WHEAT-OBOP IN FBA.NOE. Lost of the Saanish Cruiser. ;From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington,D. C., Nov. 7, 1S9S. Spain was very careful that the string attached to its declination of OUf demand for possession of all the t'hib'pine Inlands should be in plain sight. Its claim that the wording of the protocol prohibits our demanding the Philippines is nothing more than a diplomatic dodge, intended to extend the negotiations, and its claim that our capture of Manila forty-eight hours after the protocol waa signed waa illegal, is much like that of the lawyer, who told hia client that it wai impossible to put him in jail on the ev? idence presented against him, the inter viaw taking plac9 through tb* bars of a j ai lesli in which the client was con tined. ?r.MM and rai insurgents...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 November 1898

SATURDAY NOV. 12, 1898. MAGNO'S MESSAGE. Sunday at the Churches. Dea. Marshall Passes Aw av. WHIPPED HER OHOS IN? TENDED. sci at) Y? tao i r. Marriages and Death Go khaad?Other Botes From the Ward L-aat Sundas being very cool, (yet Blear), demanded our people to take *<t**n their wraps and cloaks to shield therm elves from November winds. Th'* they did, and eould be seen early aad late flocking to our churches. Aa the First Baptist Church, Rev D *u Cosby, the District Missionary de? livered an excellent s -rmon to a large ?aigiegatton. He took ag his subject, '"Weary Not in Well-doing." Tha flap* will not be raised Yen. a tl-ra-ad Rally did it. The Sixth Mt. acion Church bas been for sometime undera pressing debt. Some weeks ?ara they were given about thirty daya ta? raise $*00 or raise the flag. Rev. John Jasper, whose strong faith ha* a-at a* yet faltered, caused bis church ta rally on last Sunday, and at the siaae of Rev. A. 8. Thomas's powerful -****? ?anon Sunday night, over...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 November 1898

VOK. XV. NO. m l.iril.MONl), VIlWvIXIA, SATrKDAY, XOVKMHKR UK In.)H. PlsICEa 5 CENTS. THE WOES Tenn A DASTARDI Trooper Brooks Victim.?Rou*; in Ala DISARMED IN THE Fi SAD TREATMENT AND C GOVERNMENT'S 3 *Xhc Sixth Virginia Regime Against Existi ( Ta-oor H. IOth Gav ?lbt, ' 0a*s9> ALBaiBT G. FoKBB, ' Bs nt* vi lui, Al*. Kovembsr 13. 18V#8. 3?dataw cf Kichmond l'lanet: Tour valuable and interesting pa pea ia received at our camp by at least tao of our boy* andi aaaure you ita newe is eagerly Bought for by all. I have been readiug it since our arrival here and note with mu -ti pleasure and gratitude the rapid prridee for advance? ment our r*? * ia makin*-, both in Civil Han aa i Military life. ?EN DORSR THB T1UOIKIANS. The Olh Virginia Colored Volunteera have the hearty er.d r-ement of the whale 10th Cavalry tor their bold and arm stand for "Equal Kighta" and ad? vancement. Although we are Kegu lara, "The Herc e* ot Santiago and San Juan Hill, it s-rms to be our fate (in apite of the ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 November 1898

Baltimore Testimonals. Mt. C. A. Jones, 617 W Franklin 8t., Baltimore. Md., a mail?carrier for 26 jrearaar Marehester, Few Hampshire, ?ava:'The Od Indian Herb Medicine lt-an cured me ot eec* ma of thirty -rear* standinc Y*?*. after *o**atehing -and a*rat'hin--,"a fd itebinsr and itching* aaa fact r;o et d of ecratobiog and itch anar. "?"aaanlaa rheumatism, dyapepsis B-x-d indi-*e>-*-i'*n. incurable pile* e?; taa-rrh of the head and throat; 1 had no Baste nor sm^H ; and a complication of a*omplaint-<. I had to give up carrying batten*, in feet I was not able to do ?ay th ii g. My feet and bands were air ached to the bones. In fact my whole b >dy waa a muna of sores and ajeahe and teales. My stomach waa mick and a ur at all time9. 1 apent ?*f first with one dwtor and then au*ot her. hu*, pot r?t? relief, but seemed Bj* get wort>?- i?ll tbe tim** un'il seme swae advi?eil me to*e/>tO the Old I nd Un Herb Vedicii<e Mao at 018 North Eta taaw Street. Hnitini'ire Bud I mu?...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 November 1898

? m*.n:_v B-w i tl's aa old. old tale. ?*r*--*frw Bet lt Mira In mi ny !' ? ?sow Nelson "aalaped Ute betd of Prance nnd Spain. Ana tbe sons of ow Ix lil sires. And the kia of our good a Mavc proved that they ?ou'.d do the Bama again. For tater crept Into Ma: Hight into the j;i With tho mines roll lui.ged below each laden kl VVhea defeat wouM ni?-ni destruction. Mea told men vita qalck'ning breath? And the newe made aa* h cn* know how heroes feel. In abe strong forts ara-.ed around thom, la the ships that barred the way. The- threat ninp gun* i -li for twnes kept. But the English warrries culled Anglo-Saxons to the I elad to English rails the ships to vict'ry swept. Death (harped upon our kinsfolk. But they dashed him. laden, back TIB fortune smiled on those who great? ly dared And the victory wis th For they followed Nelson's track. Ab*] in their great rejoicings we have shared. Kew our hlut'ry. is their hlst'ry. ? ) their aires arith Neuaaja bled: Alone, tiley KharB our kincdom of ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 November 1898

?^agg^ *?? lr I**ubll>??? d er"" l???-i!?- *>v .l"hn Ml*r-hi-1l tt . raA-Uawiexl at Ml 5 4th St . Richmond, Va JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR AllewneannicAtUms tntenied for publication sient so ante reach us by Wedne-da y TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? Pne *3wpy. one ?ear.-$1.64 One Copy, eight monthav.?~??....? l.oa Oast Copy, six months.- , ?8* One faVspy, four months,-.?- JA One Copy, three u-onUia.._._?.. .40 Bingie Copy,?...-_,_ .9* ADVERTISING RATES. 9*or one Inch, one Insertion.___9 90 fer one Inch eoeh sub-sequent lujorttoo._ 98 For two Incho*. three mon _h_v_._ 9 08 Nor two inches, six months.?. Jots' Nor two inches, nine months.-. 14 90 *BT two inches, twelve months._. 90 Ot' Marriage and funeral notice*._.? 6v Standlug ondU?nsicnt noller* per line..... 10 **OSTA<;K STAMPS ON A DENOMINATION HIOHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ?N SVBSCRIPTIOH*. trsxPLAKBT lp tnsned weekly. The subeerip Moo price ls81.&0 a year, ttl advance. There are roon wats by which ironey cnn be pent by ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 November 1898

?-i1"?;1 !?-??-?**????-????????????--?-?-?--?? . j ? $r_TURD\Y. NOV 19. 1R98. FROM VEST END. A LARGE FIRE ON THE SUBURBS. Oeed Work by the Depart ment. RELIGIOUS NOTES. S?__pat kies Expressed for the Sixth Virginia. Bast Saturday about 7 -.30 o'clock jost on tai de the city limit near the corner ?of Beverly and Meadow Sts., tour frame bousea were barned to the ground. They were all owned end occupied by colored aoople. One was a large neat structure conveoiently arranged in? side with modern improvements aud nicely furnished a neat amall double tenament, the other a one story house Mrs. Julia Burford, the estate of the late Mrs- Elim Moore, Mr. Mo*es Har? vey, Mrs. Neilla Garnett were the ow. narr. But fo<* a vac mt lot the resi? dence of Mr. John Boas would have been destroyed also. We heard that be small- boase caught fire from matches being tasseled by a amall ?bild in the abeenoe of its mother who had only left thehouaa a few minute?. AU except one touse was partially lu? st?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 November 1898

lMnts for tbeXabies. ror\t:N'5 |REAI_A iT TO WEAR AND HOW TO M AK fc ITs A '"iw**** N_t? laata atm?.-ding BBBOSSaTi ' 'ls Vaeeettae. combination is here ? is steel Kiev mut white dosoratod with Mack gui B_1 autrrow black Main rib ?_aa*r**"a*r-aw?a_o*a."* The yoke and st ind a*B*r -wollar of white dolli is m -BaBBa- -a?Brack apaipure hioe appliqu-* to Btooora_ing the fronts. ba<k and taahionable fronts are cut Ita "Indor"' style. Just being collected by dw waist to pouch baeOBB the tali. Glove-fitted Hu? la centre front support that _* included in the araa. and closes with ihe r over on the left Tho over fronts lap to the -ariaibly with Usa shaped the remmless back that la ?at ibm top a rou nd od yoke .la oaaaicod. the fulness at the sBage hoiiig laid in overlapping act Che centre. A ssss-ari Tea-are ks the smooth round ?ak ile tJoth that outlines the with Btnow black ?'friszed" I the shaped bet thal length orsJal lice. Toss -**Crtfe?> afcr\> ara thapad with the upper portio...

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