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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 December 1898

SATURDAY, DEC. 24, 1S98. i CLEVER RUSSIAN COUNT* Da Found a> ^^myfoT Heating- ar. l'arslan a. Creditor's* Bnli,u.> Method. In Persia, vsii a creditor falls to get his money ?yany other way. he appears in the debtor's house and sits down. Then he doss not move away till the delinquent pays up. He en? ters the debtor's sleeping apartments, if possible, and has his meals brought in. A few years ago a Persian held an unsatisfied claim against the Brit? ish government, and he presented him? self before tho Hritishyminlster one day and camped out in his private office. The minister did not see the Joke, and eent for a policeman. That made a lot of roise and trouble, and the Rus? sian representative in Teheran evident? ly learned a lesson from it, for he man? aged a case of the same kind much differently a few weeks ago. The Persian who demanded money from the Russian (Count Kolomeisow) a holy man, a dervish, and when he sat down in the Russian's ante room to wait till the latter pai...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 December 1898

HARD TIMES I SI A PECULIAR A Separation Tbat Do HenS >!*THEY LONG FOR THE PECTI VE SER^ l Otb Va. Vol. Inf. *< Camp Haskell, ( Macon, Ga., Dec 13. *98. Last Friday afternoon, after having been under arrest in quarters for twen ty days, cut off from the outside world and for a portion of that time even d? tprived of the privilege of buying a newspaper or receiving our mail, the Sixth Virginia Regiment, TJ. S. V. In? fantry was released from under arrest. Wea ever **uch an indignity ever perpe? trated upon men who were brave and patriotic enough to offer their service to their country when her Hag had been insulted and an attempt made to sally her honor ! The true inwardness of this cowardly incarceration of more than eight hundrt-d of Virginia's loyal erm will not he known until tbe Sixth Virginia is must-rec out of service and -toe men and officers free tn express their opinions and tell the real cause of the trouble in the regiment, a quarrel just. We are confident that the p...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 December 1898

*W4$>h 1 VOE. XVI., NO. 3. MCI I MOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1898 PRICE, 5 CENT 8 Christmas Greeting of tbe ?lb IReliable rn t % v. iii to E. F. JOHNSON. A. B. HAWKINS. % <J

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 December 1898

^>^7^-?J| SATURDAY. DEC. 31 1898 -t'fYLD ROFFEY" had been pen \J stoned for nearly a week and was {miserably trying to convince himself [that he was happy. Everybody told jliim that he ought to think himself in luck, and he did not gainsay them. As m matter of fact, it waa jv?t what be Shad wanted for 20 year* or n.jr*? not ?ih? pcucJuu, exactly, but the rest. Leaving out the three week* of the ??trike, the month that he was iii the 'hospital after the cam flask exploded, jand the two weeks that he had laid off [when he got married "Old Roffey" Icould count the days that he had been Absent from the foundry on the lingers |cf his toil-worn and grimed right hand. [Kow he was going to take ten, 13. per !haps 20 years of care-free leisure be? fore they stretched out his old limbs for the final repose. Two dollars a (day for 15 years?a dollar a day more ?than he got when he first went to work ifor old Langley in Pittsburgh?and not ja stroke to do for it! There was noth? ing small abou...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 December 1898

MAKE YER GRUEL THINNER. tn thsse 'er* times lt take* a lot to satisfy a fallow? PhUoserpby to harden him. some poetry to mellow. ^Without lncowragetneat and sech he can? not be contented. Er living In his own good house or jest In one's that's ranted. The blues will come as unbeknown ss per? sons out a-blkln*. an' as ter ease and soclalnes*. they seem, well, gone s-strlkln'. Aa* so lt's well to cell to mind wbst Frank? lin said at dinner .When pressed for higher board ons day? "Jest make yergruel thinner!" It show'd a streak that's well to have? the streak, d "termination. To hump along* the best yer can. though facing of starvation. Sf honesty requires loss grub. why. make the grub bill shorter: Ef coarse clothes keep yer credit up. then wear 'em. as yer orter. JTer bigger folks than us have dene some close econermisln". An' prove lt did not keep them down who had a will fer rlsln'. Bo now an' then let's call to mind what Franklin said at dinner. In answer to his hostess' greed?"Je...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 December 1898

jw- ?> Published every Saturdav bv John Mitchel. ? Jr., Published st 811 N 4th St , Richmond. Va JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR AU communications intended for publication ehouldbe sent so asto reach us byWednesday TERMS IN ADVANCE. a ame Copy, one year..-.y.41.60 One Copy,eight months,..'....... LOS Due Copy, six months.~. .80 One Copy, four months..?.60 One Copy, three months,.._.40 "Single Copy,?. -. M ADVERTISING KATES. Tor one Inch, one Insertion._I 60 For one inch each subsequent insertion... !*6 Cor two laches, three months,.m 6 OS For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months. 90 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per line..... 10 IPOSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED JW SUBSCRIPTIONS. 1 hePlanet ls Issued weekly. The subecrlp Mon price ls81.60 s year, in advance. There ere rous ways by which monev cnn be sent hy mail st our risk?in a Post Office Monev Order; by...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 December 1898

SATURDAY. DEC 31. 1R98. lASHINGTOu LETTER the peace connis SIONERS. A Cordial Welcome. Summary Steps to be Taken. Crooked Franchises. SrEOULATOKS ACTTVE-MUOH TO BE DONE. The Increase of the Army. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, D.C., Dec. 26, '98. President McKinley gave the Amer? ican Peace Commissioners, who brought the official copy of the Treaty of Peace to Washington, a cordial per? sonal welccm? and heartfelt congratu? lations on their successful work, and assured them that the Christmas gift they brought to'he American people -was thoroughly appreciated. As a further mark of his appreciation, he v* ill give in honor of the Commission era a State Dinners! the White House Io addition to the treaty, the Commis ers brought to the President a full and detailed report of their work. I'LSABINQ INrOBttATIOH. The Commissioners were pleased to learn that the opposition to the ratifi? cation of the treaty by the Senate had practically all died out, and that the treaty was ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 December 1898

tbints for Woman and USS FOR OLD GLOVES. PtaesTtry mt av Blt of Beete BLAB WeakL Opraa fJs> si Mew Kiels Batar HoeaoajiUta. fas do with old kid gloves ls frequently a source of reflection ;f*frtbefTur^tl-minded utilitarian averse -fas throwing away anything that can BSBBafbly be turned to account. Long iliatnlins of suede or kid are consigned -wjttt Tegres to the rag bag sud it was recently and quite by chance that piece of Hunis kid work and a enrioua old letter case, met with tn a eanriosJty shop, appeared to throw some Jrgut on the question. The mirror case is one of those which may be picked up ? Basin milly with other objects deco j art ed in like manner. The foundation ks ?yf deep plum-colored rel vet. about ate lsacbea long; the cut-out ornament lead over this ia white kid, pasted upon sjssre paper, and fastened down by long sBrtebee of silver thread; the spangles errs silver, fixed down by short lengths ?tf silver bullion brought round to form St ?very diminutive loop. Th...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 December 1898

SATURDAY. DEC. 31, 1898. TO RENT-ROOMS ? i ? By Kenneth Harford. ^eeee.eeeeeeeee.eeeeeeea r\? COURSE we can do it. Why \J not?" What could I say tc that? Susan had made up her mind and that jvras the end of it. "Flut," 1 ventured, "the work. Think cf the work." "That is why I favor the plan. It will give me something to do when you are away." This with a certain cutting tone, as xmich as to Bay, "and you are away most of the time." . "Very well," I agreed, "it shell be ?w you say. We'll take the house and you can rent the four rooms if you want to." "And just think," she went on. "Well get all the rent back. Then we will get our shelter for nothing.** "Please don't call our home 'shelter.' " I begged, whereat she offered: "Well, ?what else is it? We are sure of food. You make enough a week to get that? ?some weeks; and the shelter is all that "remains for me to think of." "Very well," sold I, "we'll move." ' And we did. Three days later, after the carpets had been cut over snd matti...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 December 1898

SVTURDVVDEC. 31,1898. HAPPY HEW YEAR. BIrw the trumpet! rine the bells! Let the caMum mar' s Sonnd the sweetest note thst tells. The Mew Year's at the door! EEfur?t the old ! Brio? in ihe new! All kiss his cherry cheek ! Gr??et tb?? Captain! ch^er his crew I Who home amongst us seek. Let the tl re rra"k^rs p Bis the Roman candle 1 Let tKiyit, girls and old fo'/ks hop! Cluch the old ax-handle ! While you fire New Year's guns, Btrtkir.g conl* of fire, Liet the **cho ! how it runs I Nuw tum- the voice and lyre; Dance snd simr the O'd Year out! Bring in the New?rejoicing! List 1 and hear the gladsome shout. While sweetest strains are voicing. Now the healthful winter sports, Make the children rosy, In open fields, coverec courts, Or the parlor cozy. But while sportirg, don't forget What the Old Year taught you. Then you'll rot have to regret. How hard Old Fate fought you. Few * hort days or weeks at best, Like the Old Year roiling, We shall all have gone to rest. Amid the bells' sad tol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 July 1899

VOE. XVI, NO. 29, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JUL YU, 1899. PRICE, 5 CENTS ak.1 i -aa DR. GRAHAM REPLIES TO DOCTOR LEWIS In Able But Spicy Rejoinder-Reference to a Few Tilings Hot Forgotten. THE QUESTIONS AT ISSUE. loreAbout the Mortgage-The Dr.'s Inconsistencies-Tears at the Funeral A REFERENCE TO THE' LATE REV. BROWNE?WHICH WAS THE FRIEND TO THE TRUE REFORMERS??BRO. LEWIS AND BUSINESS. Editor of the Planbt: It seems to ms that some of the distinguished editors of the Virginia Baptist grew very angry last week at a little letter of mine that appeared in the oolamns of the Planbt?a letter fall ot nothing bat bare-faced truths. Some men cannot stand the troth, es? pecially when it falls seross their path? way to false and danserons principles. Oar friend, Dr. J. K. Jones, a man for whom I have the highest respect bat regret very much his coarse in opposi? tion to his race, has grown very wrathy because I said the Virginia Baptist waa a little paper that really belonged to the white...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 July 1899

WWEBACHAIN. rk Thought His Health Re? quired Iron Tonic. ir I ?lllaaa mom\ Warlaar-Wlaa t\tl>*rm frmrrr mt Ttala Ta-aa, C*m*?tatM Haa th* SlajSa'a TaU to Prove li. Sharks are known to have treroea dous appetites. They are said to boro arwallowed rubber Loots, even when hu? man legs -were not In them, gobbled ?op beer kegs, and orwnge boxaa, aad even tried to chew awuy tha ase a-a foundation of a pier. ^ ' But the record-breaking shark waa the one who paid an oncer -raonioi** visit to the steamship Scottish Prince ^alaile atjb*<- vessel vhs bound to "Som fork. ' This par icular shark lingered Wa long on the steamship, in order to kara a meal on two fathoms of wronghiiraav chain, With a side dish in the raapa of a couple of belaying pins, hilts kat? tie \T\ilIie, who was too fond of gree-a apples, the shark's appetite meant kia doom. Instead of being buried beneath the cold, cold waves, he was cut iff), tke chain and the belaying pins extracted from his interior, and his carcass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 July 1899

CHRIST IS MISUNDERSTOOD. Vtsrtaaa Wmy ?? ~* aleta lhe firrat Tracarr'a Life and *V\ ania Are V !?*??? rr eel I > I ta tera* re te S. Christ is misunderstood in several dif? ferent ways. Firat. by failing to study and compare ilis teaching*-. We read them separately and remember them in SV degree, but fail to realize that they ought alao to be ut adtad side by side and la their mutual relations. Sometimes ?we draw from them a meaning different ?from that whieh Eic put Into theta, be chu*>** we fail to appreciate their oricu tai character and the proper value of the circumstances in which they were uttered. Sometime*- w c take thom with- ' out trying to grasp 11 ing, &nd are content with S iperficial under? standing, rtoasctlmti wa forget that lit was not a teacher of J ,-gmatic truth, and came less to erect a system of the? ology tlian to illustrate ar..1 recommend a certain type of character nml life. Furthermore, we mistake by inter? preting Christ's SfSsnMllf;n too much ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 July 1899

Fabll a h-d every Sa ttl rdav by Joh* Sf Itche *., Pnbllehedatail N 4th Bt Richmond, V JOHHMITOHELL,/R., - EDITOR All cum niamca tiona Intended for publication ahould be sent ro asto reach a* bjWedne*-*day ' TXRM8 IN ADVANCX. ?? ?rae Copy, one year,.....41*t Oae Copy,eight montha.............................. LO* One Copy, six montha,.?._. SO One Copy, four montha,.?_._aa .60 One Copy, three months..._.40 ?Ungle Copy,_._.OS * ADVERTISING RATXS. For one Inch, one insertion....,..~._.___f IQ 4*or one Inch eer-h subsequent in*ertlo:i... SS For two lacbee. three months,.. ,,-.. S 00 For twolnehee, ?lx months.-._ 1000 For twolnehee, nine months._. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months._ 90 00 Marriage and funeral notice*. 60 Standing and transient notice* per lin*. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGH KR THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEJtVRD ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. mt ThsPla.nst ls Issued weekly. The aubscrlp aVon price la 91.60 a year.In advance. There are roua wat* by which money oan be aent by mal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 July 1899

saturday, july i, 1899 Mitchell Hakes Reply. (Continued From First Page) ?of the eolored people with a eolored president, [Prof. J. Hugo Johnston] and a eolored treasurer [air. H. B. Hades.] Thronghoat the state our public schools contain eolored princi? pals and teachers, and yet here at Vir? ginia Seminary, the eolored Baptists of the state sra maligned and slander? ed for adopting the same course and pursuing the aame policy I alway* dislike to defend myself against my enemies of color, bat it ia vaeeeaaary at this atage so to do, and I propose to meet any and every reflec? tion upon my motives, or attacks upsn ruy character with all ihe power that -God haa given rae. I have served my people to the best ?ot my ability. For yeara, I haye aided thote who were unable to defend them eelvss. When unseen foes attack me, 1 believe I have enough friends left to ?come tomy defense and to aid in ad vninistei-ing to the treacherous enemies of the Pl inst, the punishment which they so richly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 July 1899

?"MY PEACE I GIVE TO YOU." **lwo painters strove to represent The peace that Christ would fain bestow SOa all His friends?profound content. In storm or calm, come weal or woe. Mils coneep* <?ach should close cone* si Until. complete, his symbol gleamed. (la silence striving to reveal The pesce Christ taught?the jv . seemed. tThe brush of one touched soft a I I^andlocktd and shelter * -.1 blast ^That roughs a *urfae*\ or 1 ould make ?*-A. bosom toss, or strain Vhe other on the canvas tb* A thttaderir.s wat. h threat **arV> all ntrar by. u> Il.Xt few ? Could brook when eye thc dasha s met from a niche in rocky shore. ,ir'in(t. nor sour'it release: ,A thrush's 1.est cl**aa*? safe r tdsf roar. While broodln-s; bli ked Peace. ?-Jtmfs H. Taylor, in N. Y. Observer. A WONDERFUL GOD. lanrloii* to Finite Mind That He Cox* Ilc-nr thc Millions, of I'raji-ri <.oinic i p to ::ii.?. In ihe Bible Cod is | tl na ^Wonderful." In every ci ? rc aspect Ile is wonderful. But there is one poet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 July 1899

'mug ^g,* [contutobb.] '*f*^i CHAPTER VHI. POLLY'8 1>K8PBRATK RDL Shortly after tha departure of the bandits Pelly pat an her cloak and bonnet and stole cautiously ont of the ?cavern. Twp Tories wera mounting guard on the platform outside, but they | merely raised their eyes aa she passed them and made no attempt to stop ber. It was evident that so far Richard Smith had proved as good as his word end that he guards wera acting under bis instructions. The sun had not yet euak behind the -mountains when ahe reached the clear? ing where the horse waa awaiting her. She found the animal twtbered to a tree near by and. taking It by the bridle. led it through the boah** to the trail. There 6he mounted and proceeded as fast as the rugged way weald allow to? ward the valley. At Gmt abe necessity of advancing cautiously was a sore trial to her patience. "Oh. why can I not ride feater?" she muttered. "The Tories are already on their way to plunder the Sharker*, and 1 hairs not a second to s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 July 1899

??w tlkHAV JULY 1 1899 DR. WISHER'S TRODBLES. MR. CARTER SPEAKS AGAIN. Charges against the Pastoi Appeal to the Courts. ISilDE HISTORY SF THE D18A8KEB MEHT. In a f laos of Peaee. Mr. Editor: Tbe officers of the Mount Olivet I Biptitt Churoh in Wost 63rd street, Kass York City, msde s weak defense in his attempted reply to my letter puhhtltd in the Planbt of May 27tb last, concernibr the troubles at the ! aforf said ehurch. In his prelude he asked for space to state faets relative te ta*** troubles referred to, yet he makes mention of mattera whieh the murts in Jersey City, N. J., decided *?*??<nst deseons. sod this Mrs. Thoma* and in favor of Btv. Dr. Wisher. PALSB CHABOBS PKiriKBID. Thia Mif. Thi.nr.a8 snd slao Mrs. Mitchell were persuaded by the des coes of tho Mount Olivet Chureh to ?prefer these false charge* against th* Kev. Dr.Wisher; which were earrird in the courts or Jersey City, and which ?were decided ss a eaae of malignity and cot one of a just cause. Cse thai ? attee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 July 1899

VOL. XVI, NO.-30, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1899 PRICE* 5 CENTS THE LYNCHERS WERE CONVICTED A New Departure in Virginia Criminal Justice. First Case on Record Here. Six Men Found Quilty of Murder in the Second Degree*?Their Victim Almost An Idiot. NOTEWORTHY OUTCOME OF THE LYNCHING OF LEE PUCKETT A YEAR AGO IN PATRICK COUNTY.?THE GUILTY MEN BROUGHT TO BAR AND CONVICTED. Stpabt, Va., July 1?(Special)?The trial of C. T. Thompson, L. D. McMil? lan, Jr., Madison Montgomery, Jr., Hie Montgomery, Robert Montgomery, and W. M. Branch, for the lynching of Lee Packett, a white man, charged with a criminal assault upon a yeung lady, began in the County Court here Thursday morning and ended this morning. Mr. J. M. Hooker, the Common? wealth'a Attorney, was assisted by Judge P. W. Shelor for the prosecution. The defendants were represented by Messrs. Hairston A Grarely and 8. A. Thompson. A nifCHABOaU) LUNATIC. The evidence was conclusive that the parties charged are guilty. The youn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 July 1899

IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN. Cupid's getting i -fellow, Passim: years w \ wriukles leavo-. Ah. he W*M a Lajn f follow When young Ad*-.ui courted Eve. Oh. those happy days in V.<\ One <*<>iiM whisper any bluff. Sun* of Anally ?nrrrndlnsj. If ire whispered long enough. TT** could vow in ternm voracious ^ Ne'er had he l<>v.*.i maiden more, Nor lo all thal ious, ? Brer kia !>>re. If she sahl abe loved anoth?*r. in a manner coy rind sweet. Glad i" have him fox ? brother? He'd soapect her of *h <vit . kneeling. *(>>*,<;?,t to ronso her? Eve wu-* ti ni t?* please? Lucky follow knew hi< trouser ng at the kn Ciinii1'-- getting old and wrinkled, years their tracee leave day* when Venns twinkled u on Adam courting i've. B. J. In Life. A TRAGEDY THAT TAILED. .?.av - - . ? W;th a thunder storm rr e* er lng among the hills, and a dozen loads ot hay in the cock on the bis meadow, it would have bccii ameer ni ' course, to have allowed Amos Doxoy, the hired Man, lo p...

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