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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 July 1899

THE KNOWLEDG- THAT AVAILS. 1 Sat not know If othor eye* Hav?* iambi tli'* Mae of Maeai skies* r heaat] In their deptha maa in thine; Or if tliorv bc .*? fairer I Or eoe mlclit bald in ele'nr ?>mI>race A k)\oli**r f*>riti. InatiBci with grace Thara aaata *'i\ me.. I do neit kaow If somi' may braal Mo*-** besurta thats throb tat kbj t sako. II Keilli** l.le.f*' PSaEf ?**>lll*l i: Our |ajrs te* overflow; ? If there are other Mp* i*> bl Tlmt viciel :t li veli.>r joy t!::in thi** Tiiat it wara leas *>;" heann te> miss, l ti?> aat know. Bnt tins I kneiw. bow aft i Bwear Thon e..niy ati aweat. trna, aad fair. Thou only art !>? von-i compare. Who s*t'-t i iv heart aglow. I knetW llle'le* il I.*'lte- lil.e* to tilt***, 1 know 1 say >?*? eoSWbUltly. And tberefafi ii with us. Tatara what l ataa*w. ?Pall kial] Gazette. MY HUSBAND. ?"Elizabrth?Miss Harwood?will you be my wife?" These were the words of my dignified suitor. Philip Haas toa, as he stood be? fore me ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 July 1899

Poolta h ed every Saturday by John Mitche x., Fub li shed at Sll N 4th St. Richmond, V JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR AU communications intended for publication should be aent so asto reach u* by Wednesday ?* ' TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? ?ne Copy,one year,.-~..41.60 One Copy,eight month*. l.Ot One Copy, six month*.-.?.... .80 One ?opy, four month*..60 One Copy, three months,..40 Single Copy_.06 ADVERTISING RATES. For one inch, one Insertion. -1 60 For one Inch each Rubtsequent insertion... S6 For two Inches, three months,. 6 00 For two inches, six months. 1000 For two IncbeB, nine me>nths. 14 00 .for two Inch*?*, twelve months. 90 00 Marriage and funeral ne.ttces,. 60 Standing and translen t notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. WW Th a Pla net ls issued weekly. The aubacrlp ttcn price ls $1.60 a year, in advance. There are four ways by which money can be aent by mall at our risk?In a Post Office Money Order: by Bank Che...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 July 1899

SATURDAY JULYS 1899 *? ' ? -THE vTBGIMA BAPTIST 8T1TE OOH VEHTIUN AND VIBGINIA SEMI ?AAT. A Plain Statement, Mb. Eoitob:-? Since laat May much has been said And written about the above, some ^ truths, and aome untruths, the produc? tions of Satan, who is the father ot all lies and liars. I Some of the modus operandi of the convention at Lexington, may not have -been aa the aa vory meat of Esau, pre? pared for hia father Isaac, yet they oan be weighed in the balance with preced? ing acts of the convention when the bolters, aecedera were in the lead. For the outs to allege charges against the 'brethrennow in the aacendency in the convention, is the pot to eall the ket? tla black. ? POINT WBLL 6TATBD. The eon-zentiou was not taken from -the compaet between it, and the A. B. H. M. Society, the General Association of Virginia, and the Southern Baptist ?Convention, whoever aays it wa*, tells an untruth, and he koowa that he tells a base fabrieation. All that was done waa placing the Semin...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 July 1899

CLEVER PARLOR MAGIC. **Bon>?*> Very Amnitng Ti-lrkta and _*?? eeptlona *a*?"hU'U Are llavaeal oa SfiloaUBe Frtn*alpl?*a>. A very interesting experiment to ??work out during tho perforu-auce la ame based upon tiie action of chem? icals. About an hour is required for ?thia; so it could bc commenced just ^before tbe entert.*.K.ucut, and th* ?things left to st ami us part of the out? fit on the table. Take three medium il leaves from a red cabbage and atrip them to pieces, and pat them in. J ti eclean earthen dish nm. pour a pint I ?of boiling water over them. Ae coon sta the water is cool, transfer it nil to ok pretty glass bowl and set that on the miogic table. The water will be of a, tri ch blue in an hour. At the same time "lake four clean wine glasses and put stix drops of common* vinegar in one, stix drops of baking soda dissolved in fwmter in the second, and six drops of -alura solution in the third. The fourth ela to be left empty. No one would no Slice the small quanti...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 July 1899

<2fe SI TIER ???*O^-?Y//?JC7ACp\. r CHAPTER X. ALL'S WKLL THAT ENDS WKLIa. It was fortunato for Roblin that at ?this nxunent Zadie came out of her ?swoon, for Farmer Price had flown in? to a towering rage on recognizing her former lorex. Ho had lear?*) el vt his ? from jail, accompanied by loo rutty daughter, and had beard it darkly hinted that they had taken refuge with the Turi*?* in tho mountains, and now he jumped at ?tho conclnsiem that Roblin bad led tho Te;rie*s hither for the purpose of carry lag e.ff his daughter, lt would be an ?efteetnal way of wreaking li is tawanga, he a. gu ed, nnd at the same time pro **C_ri_g plunder lac his e. "Yon iuf**rnal desperado'" be bawl? ed loudly. **S.. fon thought to run nfl! *with Zadie, after all! Oh, nev**r fear, ^ive'll not kill you. for it would be a ame to rob the gallows of its pre vi o. you thieving varlet! We'll put you ck in prison and keep you there until ?the han-^u: ?n calls for you. That's what -we'll do." R.iblin glared a...

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 July 1899

FIRST GRAND EXCURSION.. FROM RICHMOND TO MONDAY, JULY 10th, 1899. The only piece of water front that can be bought by Colored People on the broad Atlantic, Ocean most beantif.,-*! snot on thft Virginia floast Onlvr 18 milfia *fi*n*m TVTnrfV.llr "c<*uw_ti_| spot on the Virginia Coast. Only 18 miles from Norfolk. DELIGHTFUL SUMMER HOMES FOR THE COLORED PEOPLE ROUND TRIP Buy a lot and get a ticket for 50 cents. Train leaves 8:00 A. M., runs solid from Byrd St., Station to SEASIDE PARK.-^gjeY $1.25 Surf Bathing, Delicious Sea Food, Base Ball Game. ^Grand Concert, Eloquent Addresses by Renown Orators. NELSON WILLIAMS. JR., Chairman; R. T. HILL, COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. D. J. FARRAR, A. D. PRICE, W. I. JOHNSON, J. J. CARTER, SIDNEY STANTON, W. P. EPPS. DR. A. W. G. FARRAR REV. HOLLAND POWELL This is Our Life Time Opportunity. Go and See The Place For Tickets and Further Information, Call at the SAVINGS BANK, Grand Fountain, United Order of True Reformers OR ANY OF THE ABOVE COMMITTEE...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 July 1899

YOI,. XVI, NO. 31, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY lo, 1899 PRICE, 5 CENTS REV. DR. GRAN SP He Discusses the Dtterai A WORD ABOl DEED DC Prayers To Be i Erring Ari DECLARES THAT HE IS THE ARGUMENT?AN Editor Richmond P__i*kt: "While the lamp holds out to barn, The vilest eisner may return." I sse from sn srticls in the last issue of the'Tirginis Baptist" thst the peo? ple's prayers bsd one degree of good effect on mj friend, Dr. Z D.Lewis. On every side the question is being asked, "How on esrth did brother Lewis snswer brother Graham snd not use so; more slsng snd mud than be did?" Thank God, there is still vir? tue in prayer. You see it is this,? Dr. Lewis bsd trested me mean so long until he thought I wss sfrsid of his nsity little pen. I serve notice on kim and all other would-be heavy weigbts thst I sm ready to meet them on their own grounds snd discuss any ood sll points they msy name. IS BBINO CON YS.BT-D. I know Dr. Lewis is being converted, beeaus*-* io his letter before ...

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 July 1899

UV?5TgCK THE BACON HOG Tt Pays to Hreed mid Feed for the IMscrimliii't lrijt- Markets. The hogs -Iomatided by discriminat? ing markets tit tibs present tim** are thorne weighing ititi tu 228 lbs., with bStlU anti deep sides, light hsad anil jowl, light shouders with great depth of <*h**st and wide between ino tor ward !???;>. .uni with great baarl girth, testlBaony of power to purify and prop.-l and of great vitality. Tbs _ao?der_ bacon hog is wide behind with .stroiii; back .ind utcat depth through the flanks, hams fall and wide and well let down to hock. A iMOOd sow of Bach -o'.formation will he moro pre? potent, will have the fuuetlons of motherhood moro pronounced, have ?greater precocity than any breed or Run og at present in existence. "S. 1 >. a tine haeoti sow farrow less than twelve pigs, and this is wortli considering when the other broods seldom average more thaa .seven. I think modern swim1 raisin- can he made one of th?* most profitable Indus? tries of t!ie day...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 July 1899

HY LOST SnAOOW. Cne Summer mora, thro' glen and glade. By rock and rill. I Idly strayed; And all at once, upon the ground. The shadow of myself 1 found. X called her. but she would not hoar; From all my plaints ahe turned her ear; With mocking laugh, on airy wing. She fled, and lett roe sorrowing. - Thus quickly vanis'.io... from my gaze The shadow of my childhood's d With all their joys ??*.?"? tades free That never can i THE BANDIT OF MIRAGE VA 1*1.KY. UV J. B H1UTTON. Mirage Valley hid been harrassed for some time by Mex.ran bandits who ?waylaid lone pedestrians and horsemen, ?stampeded cattle and committed mur? der now and then when met with re? sistance. Mirage believed that if the known h *.der of these marauders. Jose Verdugo. could be caught and hanged the system could be dealt a quietus. "When, therefore. Jose was caught one day. Mirage was so sure that hi3 death would follow that it granted him a J?ury trial, selecting jurors from Its promi? nent citizens without, be it re...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 July 1899

ll' r Publish d every Sa tarda by John Mitchell, Jr.PubllshedJat 811 N 4th SU Bichmond. Va JOHN MITCHELL. JR., - EDITOR All communication* Intended for publication Should be sent so asto reach r. bywednemlay ' TERMS IN ADVANCE. ?? ?ne Copy, one year,..?~.-.41.80 One Copy,eight months... LOS One Copy, six months,.?.40 On** Copy, four months,._.? .60 One Copy. three montha,.~.-.40 Single Copy,-.OS * - ADVERTISING BATES. Vor one inch, one insertion._..._..?$ to For one Inch each subsequent Insertion_ 36 For two inches, three months,..-. SOO For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two lnch*?s. twelvemonths. 80 00 Marriage and funrral notices,. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 P08TAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION SIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. WW ThbPlakbt Js Issued weekly. The eubscrtp itcu price ls 81.60 a year. In advance. There are roon wats by which money can be sect by mall atour risk?in c. Post Office Morey Order; by ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 July 1899

SA.RURDAY,jrLY15, 1S<)9. FROM ATLANTIC CITY Resent Arrivals?Among the Churches Dr. Spiller to Preach?Grand Reception. AtxanticCitt. N J.. July 10.18?-J Damon Ljdge, No 1. K of P.. met -and installed the following orhiers: Wm. M. Bolton, C U.; Oaair Th-**mp son V C.: O. D. Lioscomb. K* of K. A 9*; J. H. Kane, M. F. ; D. L??roy Morris, M. of E ; I. C Mel ix, P ; J. C. Wat? kins, M of A. The lodge is in a very prosperous condition Every b**iy read The Planet AU advertisers are benefited by advertis? ing in its columns. Recent arrivals for the week ending Tuesday. July llth. At the Orana Pacific Hotel: Mr. V. West, Washing? ton, D. C.; John A. Vaughan, N. Y ; F. A. Everett and wife,Baltimore,Md ; J. W. Brown, Wm. H. Moore, Harris? burg. Pa. i John H. Washington. Phila? delphia ; Mary Corbin, 1610 Chanster St., Philadelphia; Wm Wilson, TJ.,8. 8. Prairie; Jennie Wilson, Kev. E. 8. Knight, Alice P. Shadd, Washington, D. C.; John Willdee, Pittsburg, Pa.; Flora ii. Woodson. Wilmington, De...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 July 1899

**-***?. WORLDLY WOfcSi. Few tueople have what they de-*erve Here io this worlil below; Tm- often Ixe thal shoiu.l have Joy Must lH*nr n wi ijilit st woe. A?\<1 oft it ?liam cs thal the man f.'ho tries to live aa heall hf ul fare la weak asst ill. white hf bi strong "Woo eats a*nJ drtuk> and iloo>u*t cere. ?Frv*. people have what they deserve; Ttw man vito strives nw av all hie* might may toil lor him Who never warted a day: Anti often lu* thai c\rae his heart. His lov**. onto some maiden fair, tsit-'hs for hot ln\p in v:*in. while sha Kin iles ob some one who doesn't care. Waua i?rople have What they (Iwerre Urn* in this world Ik*1ow: They who have taste for omni**-* i live whore Rpptee stow! a3h. af a man could only look As other USOUoW book u,>on The thine* that he {>? ?U Th<? woos we hear would saaa b? cone. _*g. k. Kl***r. in Forgotten r.xcbanxe. AH EXCITINlTc UASE." Fra-r?kr*rn. who had seen the river ?emly In a booming spring flood when ?She*tI':ili*er drive...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 July 1899

SATURDAY JULY 15 1899 GENERAL ASSOOUTIOU OF THE OOLORID BAPTISTS Ol' VlBiHNIA. Mn. Editor: Oa the 20th ult., in the Old Baptist Church of Richmond. Va., a "moun? tain" of the pharisaical, aristocrttical intellect of eastern colored Baptists of Ya., conceived and on the 21st of June A. P., 1899 travailed and brought forth ? mouse sod gav? it the above name. Said conception, travailing and birth wera one month and sev?o days after the adjournment rf the Virginia Bap tist tftate Convention at Lexington, Ya. Among the forty seven churches and seventy-three delegates that com? posed the ' mountain," there must have been some ministers, some of them Z. D 's B. D's, and D. D's, They oer ainly didn't practice what thev preach. They preach patience, forbearing, long Buf? fering and waiting on the Lord, cast? ing all oar cares upon him, for he careth for os They had not pa? tience to wait and see what will be the result of taking the Virginia Seminary out of what is called the compact. Spille...

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 July 1899

SATURDAY. ]ULY 15, 1*99 PiTHIAH 'NOTES. A rast amount of interest is beinr manifested by the Pyihians of thc state and too much can not be said cf ihe amount of work thetis being ac e-smplished. Every Lodge is seeming ly striving to increase its membership and all are succeeding remarkabl* WAU. -I The increase of Maseo Lodge, 36. i* uvparslle' d t.nd isdue to the untirir-j i-Hortb of Past Chancellor 8. 8. Baker who is busy night and day looking af? ter the interest of the lodge. The material in Maceo is among the ?-?est in toe city and there has never been assembled together a more intel l**otual set of men All persons of rood character are welcomed if you ate ;n good health. The Courts of Calanthe are forcing ahead and too much praise can not be -riven to th j ladies fer their untiring ? .Torts. The Court" are outstripping i ne Lodges and tbe time is not far dis **?nt when the ladies will outnumber I he men by two to one. Excelsior Court is composed of young -misses and stands seco...

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 July 1899

VOL,. XVI, NO. 32, BICHMOND, 7IHGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1899 PRIE. 5 CENTS WIFE OF ? NEGRO BLOOD. Stenographer Wolfes An? swer to a Suit for SuDoort. A00U8E8 HEB ALSO OF IMMORAL? ITY. Employe of tbs Oi ni Bsrrios Commission Charges that His Wife Has Crae)ly Beaten Him and that His Life with Her Has Bssn Unbearable?B*ve lat ion Osnosntinr Her Antecedents Osma, He 8ay?, After Their Marms**. Clement B. Wolf, the stenographer in the employ of the Civil Serries Com mission who is being sued for mainte? nance and support by hil wife, Nellie J. Wolfe, yesterday mada answer to ths charges contained in her petition. His reply is a lengthy one, made through his attorney, W. Preston Wil? liams, and eontsins some remarkable accounts of their marital life whioh are not brought out in ths wife's bill. The eouple hare two children, and this fact and others concerning their mar? riage as to ths time and place are ad? mitted by the defendant. He then goes on to relate a considerable number of abus...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 July 1899

Start lina; Karta Made Plain by \..lr? Calbrrrd tty Mlaalonarlea Anions; i Chl-'MKu') Forrlun Population. These field notes were made by work? ers in the Baptist missionary training School, in a pert of Chicago where IV liussiajis. r.ulieinians ami Syrians form a large part of the population. Such large aggregations of foreigners are found in our most populous Ameri< cities, and aro constantly fed by fresh arrivals from Europa. Kdueating these . centers is like making butter with a Btream of fresh cream flowing into the churn, or like sweeping; a Boor over , l r* which a stream of mud is crawling. I here group the QB BOB and make trcncral statements borne out by facts. .1. Public school teachers find the aft? ernoon sessions marked by an increase of -stupidity and tardiness. Investiga? tion proves this is largely due to beer drinking at dinn sr (i: c., the noon meal) or to going to the saloon to get beer (or parents. 2. Thc love of beer is encouraged in children that they maj* be...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 July 1899

- V (#uS? SARURDAY.Jll.Y 33, 1S..9. MIGHTY BEE HUNTER He Tracks the Insects as Unerring? ly as a Honey Bird. atomott Miowera, af Half Dar, IU-. Wki Ia ApproachlBB Oxo Ceaturj- Mark. Xa SI sh ins far a Country W**r* Gam* la Pleatlf-al. It wea a mild aort of a joker who said that time must stand still at Half Day, 11L, tor there necessarily it must always be noon. When a visitor to Half Day aees Jacob Mowers, trapper, bee hunter and occasional blacksmith,-he feels that joker had some little foundation in fact for his witticism. Jacob Mowers, like the hundreds of bicyclists who whirl through Half Day ?n sum mer Sundays is, according to the Chicago Tribune, making a century run. At present Mr. Mowers is some? where about the ninetieth milestone, hut he still hunts bees, fells trees and carts honey homeward in j^reat chunks. Jacob is the oldest inhabitant of the region in whieh bc lives. He haa lived in the same log house for upwards ot half a century, and the stru^ure has stood time ard...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 July 1899

i-uo-i*** every Saturda by John Mitchell Jr .PublisI *3d*at SUN 4th St. Richmond, Va JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR All communications Intended for imbi lest ton should be sent so asto reach us hy We.J TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? ?Jae Copy, one year,..S1.80 py .eight months. 1.00 x month*..SO four month*.- .60 opy, three months.40 ?.oe ADVERTISING RATES. ?or one inch, one insertion.4 GC for one indi each sul-eequent iasertioa... 36 ?ortwotn. . SOO Fer tw . 1000 e"or two . 14 Ot ^or two in. tba. 80 00 iMarriap*'and futnTi.l notices,. K Standing and transient noticed per line. K POSTAGE - >F A DENOMINATION ll THAN TWO CENTS V'T KKCKU'KD BSCRIITI -esf Th BP lan kt ip lssuod weekly. The snbscrip Hcu price ls Si.Mi a year, in advance. by whieh money can be aent by ma'.latour risk?in .. Post < iffice alone; Order, by Bank Cheek or l?r?ft, or an B apr BBS Money Order, and when none of these can be procured, in a Registered Letter. Monet Ohi-frs.?You car. buy a Moaey Order at your PoBt-Otlice, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 July 1899

SATURDAY. JU LY 22. 1899 PITMAN MES. Kiohmond Lodge, Ko. 1, met on Monday night at Masonic Temple, on Clay St. The attendance was good and ?quite an interesting meeting m ut held. Kicbmond Lodge boasts of being the oldest in the state and has been hon? ored with the Grand Chancellor for -several terms. Among tbe leading lights in the lodge there is none better known than Graud-Maeter-At-Arins Jesse Scruggs. Sir H. Eugene Richardson of Planet lodge. 28, still continues tick at his residence, 902 N. 7th St. Sir Samuel A. Clay of Planet Lodge, 23. is confined on nfcnunt of sickness, at his residence, 2306 Carrington St. Acme Court meeting next Thursday Planet Court met Friday evening. Attendance good. Miss Marietta L. Chiles, Grand W. ll of Deeds gave in? teresting instructions. W. C., Sister Georgie Foster. Blooming Lily Lodge, No. 15, met Tuesday night. Grand Chancellor John Mitchell, Jr., installed the cm ?oers. Richmond Lodge, No. 1. met Mon? t-Say night. Graad Chancellor John Mitc...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 July 1899

SATURDAY. JULY 22, 1899 IT lal A Mysterious Guest CatetU. SuNK carnival night in 18C-. tan tai I and I. pursued Ly ennui, found our vcs by chance side by side in s pros ?c-eniuni-box at thc oprra Itali. Oar eyes -arri**** idly studying tba inotley mosaic loarxned hy the maskers dan ci na; to tbs ?witching music of Stress* bow, when ?tb** door of the box waa finns; open and. rwith u silken frou-frou, threv inaaks en? tered and greeted us by name. Clio tbe lair, Antonie ?hautilly and Suaannah Jackson wore r.s well known in the world of artists for their beauty as for ?their wit. t'autal gave them chairs, staking with a smile: "You are playing truauts la lac ball**** "Suddenly wi' taught sight of yon!" *a*eried Antonio, "wt* will have supper to ?frethcr, if you've nothing better on ?foot." "Well and good!"' said Cnntal. turn Ing to me; "1 will engage the red >''in ?ing-room ut once, if you are all agreed." In thc midst of his last words my eye ?was caught l>y thc face of a mau of...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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