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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 November 1898

svflHHY nov. io, iaH AH OTJj BO* A. Ttav-ewa in the corder as now of no use. Where nona for ita welfare doth care: And subjeot to every indignant abuse, That monela may heap on it there. 'Ie etanding a sofa of antique design. Whose cover of hair-cloth once black. Wi tia age and much wearing begins now to shiae. All torn on the seat and the back. Tba woodwork ia all of mahogany, red, The gimp ia tacked on with brass nails. Two cushious it carries for resting the head, Aad numerous other details. Demure as lt eeta in that corner so gram, A picture's presented to me, Of the past with its bustle, its life ard its hom; And aow on that sofa I see Two leven in all the excitement and Hush Of young Love now twitching their heirn; He whispers: ahe sigaals?to instantly hash! and each as if frightened then stsrts. A tap I on the door by mamma and then lo! 3he entered with cake and with wine Aad -ben disappeared and behind left a glow. Which the lovers declared waa di \ sin*. Again, in thst room...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 November 1898

saturday, nov. 19, 189S. MAGRO'S MESSAGE. NOAV AT THK CHURCHES. THAHXStilVIHG MARRIAGES froBD th? PawnshoDS?Where Taankagirioe Marria*r*j ?-Other ?otes From the Ward Lost Sunday wa" another rainy day. *%m as-aa.1 aaost of our people ** ere hi**a**ed aa. and our churchea were a-vwrly attend ed. At tha Sixth Mt. Zion Cruireh, c*-m Bonnies- ar-crioes Wt re bold at 3:30 a>.a*a. Tbe services were indeed inter aa-tiiajt sod the congregation BBlBBBBi ao hare bean happy. Tha aorvtees at the other churches wera asa the usual order. On next Thursday which is Thanks aus*aasT. there are to be two marriages ****** of t*-.ero. we are pleased to know, *****v*tr. W. Val Jackson who will join lua?N arith Miss Jeannette M. McKen -Meoff'laveraburg at the Oilfield Kap -asatOhureh. ili-aa Ida Kgeleston Trill also bs wed sBcal Ba Mr. .Joseph Charity on Thsnks ***?*-?** 1018 St. Paul St.. at 9 o'clock. Thalia aaany friends ere invited. ikt tl*a marriage* on Thanksgiving o' ^W, **??? of the couples unli...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 November 1898

VOL. XV. NO. 50. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1898. PRK E, 5 CENTS. MORE TROUBLE IN THE SIXTH VIRGINIA. THEY RESENT THE 0DTRA6E0DS TREATMENT A Tree Destroyed.--The Owner Appears and Sod denly Disappears. THE REGIMENT UNDER ARREST. THE WHITE OFFICERS POWERLESS.?MEN BUCKED AND TIED.?SPREAD EAGLE FASHION.?THE TROOPS SULLEN AND DETERMINED.?LIEUT. COL. CROXTON DECLARES THE COLORED OFFICERS COMPETENT. Sixth Virginia Regiment aoswls> aaa ta occupy the attention of the Vir giaaa authorities and the War Depart? ment >s being eonatan?ly reminded that ta is aa y?t in ths serries. Waaia shs white officer* hsve tsndse ad their resignations, thsy hav* n?.t ?a yet h*en accepted, andthe aforesaid individuals are nominally in command of she colored regiment. tbb whits orriCBBs' pbboicimbkt. This is not without its risks for at the first outbreak of seriuua trouble theae objectionable officers would be 'he first targets for the enraged men who bsve b?en so cruelly duped and so out...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 November 1898

tft&ffi SATURDAY. NOV. 20, 1898. IIGNO'S MESSAGE. SotsswAT AT THE CHURCHES. Funerals Last Sunday. t aBsrrtiaTTBiirflniVTKn wm DIS G. 9mm. aV Peewits* Powerful Senaaa?A Iii aha in Warder Killed ia Hew Tart febar Ward Brevities. ifni astd sabHms wss the on last Sunday after a wsek of ea asa?! ess rain. It seemed s ta oar people in bathing in the ?wi sara rays. Our churches laid aaa aa ea*elleot eongTegst'cn. aaat Fifth Street Baptist Church. aar. Grebest delivered an excel as sss oas to his congregation. saes. lt. O Johnson filled hts pulpit WV* Moore Bt Baptist Church, and Instructive seimon. Thi* as tinder many pressing debt*. st is heaved that the members svnd crail aelp them in this their of Sir John R Brooks killed i*? Huntsville, Ala. the Bbsnrzer Church oa Af morning. Tha ebmeh was Va> overflowing. Rev H. Wella serf impressive ?e rason it < ona < ht an 16*1. Miss Racily i a aoh>. "Booie Sweet feat path a fi the oeea Pia*>e* I?dge. Knights of Py wore cwt in ?a...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 November 1898

I WHY HE DIDN'T BID UP. , r _? ?*??? flight af a Man Who Ha?l a Waah. ? aaa for A itel lon Sal?a. There was a red Hag out in front of a farm house up in the Swift River region in Oxford the other day when Burns was drivisg past the place. He aaan never get by an auction sale. There ia something about a bargain at vendue that strikes him just where he lives. So Burns hitched his horse and stopped sin the outskirts of the crowd. He re? membered that at the last auction he amended, he bought two pod augers and an ox yoke, and this time he steel? ed himself lest he might commit sim? ilar egregiousness. In fact he conclud? ed that he would't bid at ail But when the crt wd got well waked Btp over Jersey hei for. Burns chipped bl a bid or two, and tinnily got ta K".n.; hard against a rad-wkdskered maa wbo I carried a whip in his left hand a..d ei.- I pectorated violently after every bid. .1 As the contest waxed somewhat en- .I ergetic. Burns reached for his pocket? book. His fingers ran do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 November 1898

Publish-d every .Saturday af John .Vlteholl Jr , Putsliahed at Sll N 4th St . Rlahfnnd. Va JOHN MITCHELL, JR.. - EDITOR AM.communications intended for publication saoaadee seat so asto reach us by wednesday TBRMS nt ADTANCR. ?Sae Copy,one year,_.,....? Cae Copy,eight mouths,.. One Copy, six months,___? One Copy, four months. One Copy, three monthsv Bingle Copy,-_-_ ADVERTISING RATB8. Var oas Inch, one insertion-?... ?Jt BB ft*or one inch each subsequent insertion... BB Bur two inches, th ree months,.. .. SOS For two inches, six months_. 10<X> Bar two Inches, nine months._. 14 00 Tor twe Inches, twelve months.._._.. 90 00 Marriage and funeral notices...._ SC Standing and transient notices per line? 10 POSTAGK STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION BtlGHBRTHAN TWO CBNTS NOT RECEIVED Btv SUBSCRIPTION*. ks aPtAsax ts Issued weekly. The sa rac rip Stan price ls ll.io a year, in advsm-e. There ere rova wats by which money can be seat by ma ira tour risk?ia - Post Office Money Order; by Bank Check...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 November 1898

SATURDAY. NOY 26. 1?98. REY. DR. BOLLING IS OUTSPOKEN. ,He Comments Upon Exist? ing Conditions A RACES PREDICAMENT. TL* MEH TO FAOE OBITIOISM. The Ohamoionsbio of Bight Prinoioles To the Honored Editor of the Plankt: Sir:?Your noble, manly atand in defence of this poor, despised Negro race is certainly a commendable one. In this hour of great need it does one's vary soul good to And a Southern Ne? gro paper standing up against threats for the race. It is a sin in the sight of God for some of our rsoe's papers to condone the murders of the last few weeks, and condemn the race; and charge Negro men who are willing to eoifer in defence of honor and justice with being the instigators of crime. BECOMING MOCK MABKBO. It is a fact that the spirit of Jealousy, ammos itv and prejudice toward the Negro is becoming more marked every year in tnis country. The chasm aero as which we came in 1865, after freedom's heralds announced our emancipation, has b*en ever widening, end the clouds of racial...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 November 1898

IMnts for tbe Xatoes. vcjlBEK WILHELMINA. Mi GIRL'S IMPRESSION OF THE YOUNG MONARCH, Her Profile Very Uer Manner PSB tia Does Nut tan otu extract from a letter wti; hy ssa American girl, which throws light ou lhe personality -'A few days the dunes to see wefween troops that were Jost aa the excitetuen. heard wild ch eera serons the heather headed by a little while habit ob a smart rt waa the Queen, who from her palace to st, jost to get into for the unusual ll aha will have to go during the coronation. almost within touch of her lama an hour. She is -very her profile ls sweet and ahe has the figure of a . wonan of forty, and it was hy the white duck habit very tosari at a distance, avas fearfully 'home-made' inspection. tat looked SO Btolid. boxed, while her soldiers crw^ax around in a broiling sum basts* har. This is criticism : a Queen, and 'the divinity aedge a King' performs the office for her. so 1 suppose Bat Bsmaidered very impertinent I ceased looking at her aa thought of he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 November 1898

SATURDAY NOV. 26, 189*8. -*? VBHIH&. The san baa set! n ablaze of glory,W Mid ssiea of aad ana scold, Aad painted vwe top * that were hoary, Ho bright the?seemed not old. Then the songbirds tuned their harp? sichords, And a concert sweet began, Whili the tame fowl sought their nightly words. To wait for another sun. And the waters of the plasid lake, . But now an iror. urey, ls afire as the stiff em g breeres shake Aad lash the tn into spray. For the nun can paint the water's face. As well as the arching sky. And there is naught embraced in space, Which his colors will not dre. The cows come home from the pas? tures green. And the milk-maid bxings her pail. And the playful calf they sought to wean. Is free from his cow-pen jail. And the laboring man is homeward bound, And a merry tune he hums. While the house-wife lists for the wel enme sound Ol his foot-steps ss he colass. And the burdened beasts wiiu-h God made free, slut made by man to slave, If they cooke would (speak in ton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 November 1898

[more Testimonals. Ir. C. A.. Jon**, 617 W Franklin St., Ltimor^. Md., a mail-earner for 26 tat Manchester. New Hampshire. ira: "The Old Indian Herb Medicine Man cured me of easetna nf thirty a/ears standing:. Yes. after scratching mm4. scratching,'a-id itching and itching aa fact no erd of scratching aid itch s***t. muscular rheumatism, dyspepsia e?i indigestion, incurable riles, ea* Barth of the hoad and throat; I had no aaste nor small; and a oom plication of aaasplaints. I had to give up carrying totter*, in fact I waa not able to do ?scything. My feet and hands were srarrked to the bones. In fact my ?vfaole body was a mass of sores and svaabs and scales. My stomach waa and sour at all times. 1 spent e&cwey first with one doctor and then a ao tiier. but got tm relief, but seemed target worse all the time until some ame advised me to g.> to the Old Indian *Ter* Medicine M*n at 016 North Eu *aw Street. Baltimore and I muat say 1 C~?t a permanent cure in every way. Respectfu...

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

J rn - VOL. XV. NO. 51. UKHMONl), VIRGINIA SATURDAY, DECEMBEB 3,1898 PRICE, 5 CENTS. UNCLE SAM AND THE IOTH CAVALRY. More About the Treatment At Huntsville. A STROM PLEA FOR THE RETURN OF ARMS. A Fine Thanksgiving* Dinner. THE LADIES IN EVIDENCE. Oa-r A.. O. Fobsb, Ala., Nov. 24th ' Mr. Editor:? In a recent issue of your valuable pa? per, Tne Richmond Flan sr. I noticed an article pertaining to the 10th Caval? ry (of which I am a member) and its camp-life here. I assure jou the writer did not exag? gerate. The faU ie no one local paper in this country that could put in print the details of the horrible treatment we are undergoing. Why, it seems to me the President add Secretary Alger have quite forgot? ten the "Noble 10th Cavalry" of whom they boasted of being so proud. For God's sake, if not for ours, why do they not remove us te some place, no matter where so lone; as we are where one might leave the camp at 2 p. m., and go in town without being afraid of be? ing murdered, aa was ...

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 December 1898

SATURDAY, DEC :*. 1K98. 1 ABBINGTON LETTER SPAIN MOLDS ? NO UN EASINESS FELT. *i he Proposed C. b!e to hawaii, Vl-MfKIXI.: CALLERS. ? ' . cu Door Tn Thc Philli] si* rom Our Regular Corn Wi s, 1>. ?*., No7. 2r? I PrPS:d Bl '.'('Kinley ba* about ti'ii*';. ?d hi* annual OaOaS i^e to C?jngr-*<, ex rent tl*at portion dealing with th** tieat/ of poses* *-*p-\in h*? oosepted ?'iir terms, and i4 i*. eapected tha*. the frosty trill be signed in time to enable ?h? I're^idi nt to g*t se many of its de? tails s* it le deemed ?'Xpedi*nt to ?aake ?>:ib'ie io \\i-i mes?a;r?. ? ) PKB^HKEBS rUI.T. re i< io saeosinesa in admini* tratiur. OtrsHM about the ratification of the trt-a'j <>? pSOOO hythe Sena'e. ?1 *houRb s*x ral republican Senator.1 and a r.timber of demerratic SeoatVtrs are t?lki'2 Bgllosl raiti-aiion 1>*0 0>*ly lb ?Og that tha npp^sUoa randi >? t.; delay rixtifi >a. iou hy p-fV(*ni?nir * M the roos! s aaeewMa, lt would lee bet ?\ 'hat lb*, treaty ?beeM bepro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 December 1898

tSk. WHEN MABEL PLAVS WHIST. ^*ro*al my trick? I tho-.:: ii rou too!; * lt; 11 Well, tha story wa* Uko kl I SBBssBonds trumps? I'll shoo you t Jack's asor; u Tsb; I'wfi quit" throv.tt otc:- Coila. v B ""May I see the third trick back, pisa Wkat's the trump now? Spines? Oh. ros! t "Weil, to call a spsde a BpaaW, then ? j note's s fright. I munt confess. ? ""Bid I trump your ac. -tr' Tramps sr#> what? S):e dyed Ci ?i ?ash; . Sesrtu? I hear Ihal .b.uuie OM QM <SaUla broke OOf*S tor CaaSllaS CTnsla. j **Nat say turn? I thougla th? 1. led; Casks are trump*? Oh! soo, yo**ro right; , ' By-the-bye. they say Tum Nuwrd te hiH now, every night." I'uck. BY MUTUAL CONSKNT. ~*1 like to have young people around remarked Mrs. Kenyon. "I take it Interest lu them." f quite agree will* her. I had SSaOS ?isl rn man who Sold slit* was a horn meddler. I did not zo so far as that I thought that she BassBSSOOd a natural Bjtf* for managing. U was a bright morning in May. nnd SSfae hail strolled with i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 December 1898

tn m ai tl tl Ti a Ti 4 Pu bl 3a tu rda v by John v' J r , Published at"31l N 4th fit , Rieiirooiid. Va JOHN MITCHELL. JR., - EDITOR All eomnmnlcntiens intended for publication Bhouldbe sent f?o ast.. Inesday TERMS IN ADVANCK. O ?rae Copy, one year.....St.W One Copy,eight mouths,.. 1.00 One Copy, six months.?.?. >0 One Copy, four months. One Copy, three months,.40 Bingle Copy,-.06 ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one Insertion._._$ 00 Fur one Inch each subsequent Insertion... 86 For two inches, three months,.._ 6 oo For two Inches, six months. 10'*P For twolnches, nine months. 14 0C For two Inches, twelve months.30 00 Marriage and funeral notices,. 60 standing and transient notices per line. IC POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. . jtHsPLAJurr ls Issued weekly.--*Tms ru bec rip Sion price ls $1.50 a year, in advance. There are royx wats by whleh money can be sent by mallatonr rlsk-^-in _ PuatOffir Order; by Bank Check or I>rait...

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

SATURDAY, DEC. 3, L898. MYSTERIES. tu rt? in Bl BJ la h or ll. Pl is bi s. BJ h ti I ol I' V C 8< c; li Ci o h c K Ah, what s mystery is life and death 1 We live snd be ss long sb we hsve breath, And when the last of that by ns is shed. We cease to be, sre numbered with tbe desd. The human mind, thst greatest mys? tery. Thst subtile spark which seems indeed to be A par; of God set in s human frame. To guard snd guide it in its Maker's name? Can dwell on earth or pierce the vault? ed skv, In ? earch of truth, before its Maker lie, Or in its flight descend to lowest hell, And yet refuse to in thst region dwell. Yet in dispite this power which none can sum. Which one of us can tell from whence we come? Again, who tells, when we live here no more, What route we take, and whither do we goT The first we knew waa that we were on earth, And thst we owed our presence to our birth; Bat why the birth? snd why the pres? ence, all. Should have occurred on thia terrestrial ball? By wisdom man ...

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

stSinte for tbe Xabies. one of the most mt tbs season, vnilinc ia used In ita de? nian, trimmed st the nf narrow velvet of wise width, lt is ut Cuban 1 <?d tar? ey? the akirt lila J, arve gores brine; com* Shsdting.with short san aver the hips. It is cut sad stones gradually anthe bank. ?r portion is> in full flounce -sjeSOBBBaawBn to ajhre Hie correct Od tire skirt, the lox* id measures about live edge is Kathi red with Joined to lower edge of portion. Tir BnSflBaOBaa nt thc BOCfe !V.n bS OT tm plaits or ggtsnaTB .is prefer lot thia style may hr Shade of or woolen goods of li.^ht sny nrcftrroil mode of dec be ador;: i this skirt in tho medium arin require 6V? yards of ll-in li JBBBsaarisJ. ?-I BnaSBBBf ('upi'. ^fanhia hanqsodie r.ipe has the t harm ?ian*naaynarty. ned is one of thc smartest Bsnsk thia season. liri.anali.ioth is rsoraasntod, irita applique saahroldery, plaited black saliu ribbon adding to the stylish decoration, and aaf rich red satin gives the coloring. Hat o...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 December 1898

SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 189& ? PROM BLUEPIELP '?'?^sTtercstinc Items - Blu. norm, W. Va., Not. 28. '98. The undersigned is still in the land with other correspondents, notwith? standing we hsve been very mush rucbed with jther buainesa thst has kept us silent, we hope ia the future to jr.ive the many tnous, n 1 readers of the "Planet" more newB sn 1 oftener from this section from now cn. In the future, our letters will be headed "'From Pocahontas" as the correspondent is now located >n that Jitt'e smoky and up to-date business like city. Rev. A. J. Krown, B. I) , conducted v?-gulsr Thanksiifing service on the 34th ioat., at his caurch od Scott St., ti afore an appreciative auher.ee. Kev. Bro .vu haa with the aid nf his members organized a Baptist You-g People's Union with Mr. S Vf. Alleu president; Mr. John H. Siovall, vice president; Mrs. J. W. Winiton. tary. Th? subject ia^t Sunday was "The duty of the young people to the ehurch." This subject was aby sud creditably opened by Mis...

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

SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 1898. ?DOBOTOHFER. MES ARE DYIHG." Pr* m?t cheer Tor men are dying, Fio a ttoelr distant homet in pain, Jktml abe r*?-?tHsB wea is dsekened, With s fl md of crimson rain. Do not cheer while anxious mothers, Wait and wat.'h in lonely dread, Vaialj waiting for the footsteps, Hamer snore their hearts to tread. Do not sheer while Tittle children Gather rwund the widowed wifs. Wanderin*: why an unknown people. Bought their own dear fsther's life. Pp soteheer while lips snd paling, On which lay the mother's kiss, yu* tn* dreadful war of battle ; How that mother's hand they miss. 1h> not cheer when aced fathers. Bend above their staves and weep, While the ocean tings the requiem. Where their fallen children sleep. Do notehesr once, joyoui maidens, Who the mazy dance did t- end. Bow their Brads in bitter anguish. .Mourning o'er thtir cberisbtd dead. Po not cheer while man and maiden. In ts is strife moat bear apart: When the blow thst strikes a moldier, Pierces to tome ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 December 1898

VOE. XV. NO. 52. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10,189a PRICE, 5 CENTS. UNDER ARREST AT MACON, GA. Condition of toe Sixth Virginia. Little Food and Much Restraint. The Men Determined. No Weakening Among the Men,-Will Insist On Colored Officers. THE WHITE OFFICERS MISERABLE.-LIEUT. COLONEL CROXTON ANGRY. FROM'CAMP HASKELL ( 6th Va. Vol. Inf. < Camp Haskell, ( Macon, Ga., Dee. 6, '08. For the past few days, the weather nea bean intensely cold, the wood al? lowance ran short, and the men have had an extremely hard time in seeping warm. Added to this it has rained three days- Saturday night a severe wind storm struck the camp. The Te? locity of the wind at times reached nearly 60 miles an hour. Several tent poles wera actually twisted apart, tents were blown away, and for a time it looked as if the entire camp would be completely destroyed. A MISERABLE XSOHT. It was a miserable night for the lone? ly sentinels on post, with J the ther? mometer at the freecing point, and walki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 December 1898

SATURDAY. DBC IO , 1898. REV. DB. HOKSIS SPEAKS. Co-operative Business Enterprise A Means In Race Developement. For sometime it has been in my mind write on the above subject, having ?watched with interest tho herculean ?efforts of ministeis, teachers, and other pious leaders of the race to raise toaLigher plane of usefulness the young men an 1 women who have been trained in the schools, ac id ernies and colleges a nong our people. FHBNOMKNA.L INTEBEST. I have also noted the phenomenal interest manifested in our rac** by ma? ny bf the other race, who have given millions of dollars for our adooation, th*5 inn rising generations may ba guarded against the many opjn doors which lt-ad io degradation or ruin. The fact that after tuirty five years of unceasing toil and tnprt-eei^nt-d ad? vancement, we lind thousands of these young people who have been carefully reared, aud trained in these schools, ek.wly drifting away from the paths ol righteousness, rather than accept low menial places ...

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