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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 August 1899

fTHE PUPIL ANO THE MASTER. |D 'tis a sad old world, my maste***? * This world that we ar*? alvina ?**?? JBtade up Of sorrow ard disaster. ' And toll and suffering and sin. (Why, at the dawning of creation. [Could not the Lord have willed M thoa ?That virtue and not degradation ?Should be attractive unto men ? jPrVhy was not wrong made to repel? ' Why was not light arrayed In beauty? |Why must we labor to do well? Why la lt sweet to flee from duty? ia.-, tell me why the gems that glitter i Are bidden In the "Stapes*! --aves. rlWhlle countless worthless *** bb'.es !!tter ;The shores lapped hy Um JWhy men must dis for rr<>.''.< r. treaswi While barren rocks be.Mrew the ground: IWhy people turi from common pleasures That always. * very where abound? tah. tell me, nester, tell me, \ Why vice's v sage ls so pleasant? tSVhy virtue hides herself away. While shameless sin ls ever present? Behold the grace of yonder mo* Look on the field:: that stretch below! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 August 1899

BS? ?? = ?Publlslml ?V?Sy Satur<lny l>y .lolm Mitchell J?_ Publisher at :*11 North Fourth Strata. JOWS MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR Allcommunicsticns Intended for -pabllratlon should be sent so asto reach nu by wednesday Ph sh sn g? E E. th nc tb fu - TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? i Copy, one year.-.~..41.60 i Copy,eight months..? LOS _i Copy, six months.-.~.Job One Copy, four months.BO One Copy, three months.-.40 SB*gie Copy-..OS ?* ADVERTISING RATES. ?uhr one Inch, one Insertion........v.?$ 90 Star one inch each subsequent insertion... 'JR -Shs- two laches, three months,.. ???? 6 00 .Sar twotnehes, six months. 1000 .Bfcrr two Inches, nine months. 14 00 ?JBxr two Inches, twelve months.-... SO 00 ?Rarrlsge and funeral notices.. BO ?.Standing and transient notices per line. 10 n**06TA<iK STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION GHER THAN TWO SUBSCRIPTIONS. HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEDED THnPTLANKT ls Issued weekly. The subscrip mxtn price ls $1.00 a year. In advance. There are r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 August 1899

^Nv SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1899 FROM ATLAHTIO Ol IT. Doings at the Sea 8hore.? Interestiog Items ATL.A.BTIO OiTT, N. J., Aug. 8, 1800. The past week has been ooe loog to ""to? remembered. A variety of weath ?er thia week has added spice to life here; for it has been hot. cold, wet and drf and he who was not satisfied witta the samples -oust be indeed hard to please. Daring the week the city was filled ?with gaiety while the Sunday crowd 'was immense. Both tbe Pennsylvania .and Reading Railroads have daily ?brought large exoursi >ns here from Washington, New York, Pittsburgh and the Weat. The boardwalk is the attraction for every visitor to Atlant<e City. This is the dividing line between land and water and the ax ia upon -whieh the social world here revolves, and for one to stand and gaze upon the passing throng,with ever increasing in tereet, the han 1 some gowns; of our -beaut*:ful girls call forth the admira? tion of the observer. While the hath *e*ra enjoy th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 August 1899

HALF HOUR OUR BOYS Al A STRANGE NURSERY. Sarlmmm* Toad tn rr les nor F*m 11 jr Aroa ad lu Little I'onrhtl tja lier llmelc. Rtrriaaaa load is the possessor of ' * of the strangest nurseries known saw**, lt li*.-.*- in the dense trop : rests of tinta tia. and ltruzil, und - -i ira-t ?sater**aauater. But at the I-.**; hcaaoa tke restate undergoes .. **-arteaa change <?f integument. Tiie ? ii on bur Baals ********* sra pulpy, soft and J ..y-iike. She l;ijs luTc^s in thewa t? r; but ns aoon ms alie has laid them, i.nl uiul master plasters them on * ? he;* in>iJi?*iaa.ioii:ililc back with his ?: ? t. v> a* to secure them from all as sf rm mi-, s. i:\eryeggispresaed ? ;iart?telv into B bed of the soft skin. h soon closes over it automat ieal bs lu*r\ in*r rach in a little cell ? r iti-hc where it undergoes its further ?** ?vetoptseut. The tadpoles v.**-ongh their larval stage within the *>?*.. nnd Ihta hop ont, as the illustra- j u tallows, in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 August 1899

WT* P< In P< b. C SATURDAY, AUGUST 12,1899. "Well, wife. I've ha<* a round with "Wayno 'Bout J'lnln ^ ** our church; Bo tried the skeptic dodge on me. The argument of anilrch. Cays he: "Look at your members pow; There's Jones got drunk, an' Swem "Will cheat a friend to maka a trade; Ain't 1 as good as them?' Says I: "A butcher buying stock Does Just the ?way you do? tHe hurts around the cattleyard. And fin-'-* the meanest two; Then ev'ry offer that he makes*. An' ev'ry one he hears. tis coupled with the sneerln**; words! 'Jest look at them two steers!' Tou pick the meanest Christian out. An' then, with tricky Jeers, _Tou run the whole church down by that 'Jest look at them two steers:' "No farmer's fooled by that ole trick, . An* so you can't afford To risk your soul In tryin* it ...*-_?? Upon the all-wise Lord." ;-_.?** Sa,L *?Fred Nye, In Omaha World. u.'_>*ji? I INTEMPERATE PLEASURES. ?elf-I.o*re Ia tat* Root of All tko ?Coarser Foran o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 August 1899

craAlURDAYj AUG. 12.189*S? ??-?-*a-MasaBaa-SBav**********aaa-uasa^SBBaaaaaM-wawaaaiaa AMERICAN RAGE ! PREJUDICE. A PECULIAR CASE IN ENQLANDj Ah Indian British Sub 5 ject the Victim. ?CAUSTIC CRITICISM. An Englishman's Views. A P0IS0H0U8 LEAYEI. {Lot-don, England, New age.] "Evil cetrmurications ec rr a pt good mi aimers," wrote the Greek poet Me? nander, quoted by St. Paul. A certain "xvii communication" from across the Atlantic, v.hose inevitable influence ?the r* Bective among us have long fore? seen, ia now begirning to bear its ugly fruit. The American ''colour-lunacyM haa broken out in London 1 Unless speedily _ehecled. it will have more disastrous effects on our national pros? perity and hsi. our than would the outbreak of any other epidemic dit Sr. Baptists, se Indian gentleman, a distinguished graduate of Cambridge ard a memberof Gray's Irn, has been refused admission to apartments which he had already taken in a Woburn Place boarding house, because when hs arrived, sra the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 August 1899

\t VOL. XVI, NO. 36, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1899, PRICE 5 CEZSTS. A VOICE FROM A Touching Appeal to I CONDITIONS E: A Rich Field for the Den the A. M. E. C Call be A Cam Town, 8. A., April 17, '99. To the Richmond Puajibt ; Mr. Editor, Dear Sir:?Allow zee space in j our columns to insert a plea to our Baptist family, who I fear is sleeping the solden harvest sway. Baptists awake 1 Wby slumber so long? Many seribes sre striving for lofty peaka, bat they never look in the Talleys nor view the mossy lichens My brethren, I am Jealous over you with a Godly jealousy ; tor I often see Tbe Yoiee of Missions of Atlanta, Ga., with glowing headlines of the wide? awake A. M. E's and I wonder when will our Baptists awake to the grsat neeessity of sending the torch-light of salvation to those who sre in darkness. Truly, tome imajine that they do not seed anv instructions. Well, they who are whole need not a physician, but there are hordes who are in need of salvation and deeent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 August 1899

? f ".TI rn BtTH?. "^ Ar ?CasyttCh*. iS***.**. by A. N Kr .lon N?rs**4->a<(A| Q)_, CHAPTER IX. A***l.?**AT OM ma MUi-issrm It was with deep regret that I parted that evening from good Mrs. Dorion and her amiable daughters. In the brief time that I had been under thia roof I had enjoyed a sample of home life at the south that wan to me aa novel a-* it was agreeable. When these kind ladies learned that 1 had de tcnoteed t*> prosecute my joi.rney to isianr.. they joined their husband arid father in urging me to delay. arc hardly acquainted with yon vet," said the matron. "I'd have yon k"now, sir. it's not at all the Mississippi way for a visitor to conie one day. and go the next." "My curiosity isn't half satisfied,** ?laughed Miss Celeste. "I supposed, from what I had heard, that your New England people were a kind of kangaroo. We see so little company here that an interesting young* man like you is a positive godsend." "And then," added a mischievous ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 August 1899

Th? MILLET'S "GLEANERS. ** ,--.??se be Thy faithful children. Lord, The gleaners of the fte'd. The s;oI*J??n-load**d wains are gone With all the harvest"* yield; |Tet some few scattered straws are left. Which dl'ls-cnce may find; IA thousand sheaves he took away That left not ono ben.rd. - -cross the stubble field 1 hear Jt.. ?Bweet revelry and din. ^*V LA* when th* reaper to hia barns Urawa ht* last wagon tn: "He thanks. Thee. JLord. with merriment And custom-honored praise, .While round about his naked fields Th* cleaners co their ways. "Small thought has ha for those who pinch ' And wear their lives away. *W'tb just enough of strength and hop* To keep the wolf at bay: "Bim ls the lot of better blood Than flows In common veins; Jfor him. O Lord. Thy sun doth shins And fall Thy genii* rains. "What matters lt when winds do howl And snow fills all the sky. That others huddle In their huts To hunger, freeae r.nd die? Has he not used his talent well. And thanked Thee morn and night? "D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 August 1899

Pobllshedever*. saturday by John MltcheU Jr , Published nt Sll North Fourth Street _; JOHN MITCHELL, JR., EDITOR All communications Intended for publication should be sent so asto resch us to Wednesdsy ? TERMS IN ADVANCI. a ene Copy, one yeer...~~.-$1.80 ?eeCopr.eight months... LOS On* Copy, six months.-. One Copy, four months.60 One Copy, three months,.to assy, 'hr i Copy,. Single Copy,..OS ADVERTISING RATES, "fer on? inch, one insertion.............?8 SO Sot one inch eech subsequent insertlou... 35 For two Inches, three months..-. COO For twolnehee, six months.. 1000 ( ?or two inches, nine months. 14 00 **rOT two inchex, twelve months. 30 00 Narrie**** ami funeral notices. 80 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NUT RECEIVED ?N SUBSCRIPTIONS. WW FhiPla***.**- ls issued weekly. The subecrip Nen price is 81.50 ? yeer,in advance. There sre rona wats by which monr-yean be sent by mall at our risk?in a Post Office Money Orde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 August 1899

c SATURDAY, AUG. 19 1899 Submission* There ts no lot, however humble. Bet the Father knowa and guides. E'en a ap arrow has His guiding, Trust Him then, whatever betides. Each day brings both toil and duty, Each day brings both joy and pain, Each dav brings ita charm and beauty, That will ne'er return again. Grate, the duty, bear it bravely ; 'Tie your mission ; whv complain? AU the worry, all the fretting, Will not ease one moment's pain. Take ths pleasure as a token, Thst the 1 ather loves you still, 'Meet your fate in glad submission. To a loving Father's Will. ?B. Syphax Wright. Celored Folks Will Uontrol. BiaxivQBAK, Ala., Auk. 15.?A spec? ial to the Age-Herald from Anniston, Ala,says: Ky unanimous vote oi 90 per cent of the r??.r;-*terell v.iterB. Hobson City de? eded to day tn be the most unique eitv in the United States, in that it will be the only exclusively colored folks town in the country. To-day's election wac by order of the Probate ?Court, to decide whether or not the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 August 1899

1CUPID WON THE DAY. j&ow He Outwitted the Laws of Tea Common, wealths. - > Cereasaa- t"erforn-*e* by a Org-inan V? hw Mowd la Oae Stats Vahlle Itrlde aad Croon* Ite -n-.nl neat la Another. ' I'npiiVs ri*M?urs?s are never st an end. TT?ae sly little god is ever equal to aay ans arge ney ut any taine, and everywhere. {Kansas, or, to be more accurate, the 'border line between the "Bleediag ?atate" and "Old Mizzoura," is tbe acene ?*?! one of his latest exploits. It is well ?worth recording for the benefit of the mouthful readers of American niytholo 3,000 or 4,000 years hence. The grateful beneficiaries of the little lah ap with the bow and arrow ?*u this ssaesBaorahle occasion were Mr. Abe |K-Triger, tbe stalwart and hui d aome ??yardmaster of a Kansas City brewing ?oumpany, and a winsome, sprightly jj-otrng girl who until a few days ago twos Isuown by the euphoniously floral -frame of Misa Pansy Piper. Abe and i_*ar:sy made up their minds to get mar -(ri?u, aad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 August 1899

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1899. BOLLED IN A BARREL. Ai A Punishment Pronounced Worse Than Plain Hanging. p - h "Tarlina**- Eipcrlracc of ra Hoosier t Who V,*i o Hero for Vitro Mlantci ? ad a MUrrakl* Mob Vlettm Shortly Afterward. ??There's something barbaric about lynching, as most people will agree,** ?said the man with the broken nose to .a New York Sun reporter, "but I can j * ?easily name two worse things. One is 1 .rolling a man around in a barrel and i the other is a coat of tar and feathers, j Jn my foolish young days I arrived at j 1 -a town in southern Indiana to find ths j' .people all excited over several arrests j' ior robbery. A family named Black, j' ?consisting of man and wife and a | -grown-up son, had been caught and i ?made to confeaa to many thefta. la- J stead of putting them on trial, the peo? ple had determined to apply tar and feathers and walk 'em out of town. I [had no objectiona ao far aa the man ?were concerned, but when it came to the woman I constituted mysel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 August 1899

vVi SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 18?9 PITMAN NOTES. On Monday night, ths I4th Inst.. Vir? ginia Lodge, 6, held its regular finan? cial meeting. The attendance was ?"recd and much important business was "tsssnoacted. The members of this ir dge sre energetio snd are fully alive i Pythian duty. Ban*sort Lodge, 16, meets ea* the 2nd med 4th Mono ay nights in each month mt Johnson's Hall on Foushee fit. The meeting of Sylvia Coori, 106 was hold sn Tue*.ay evening, 16th inst. The attendance wss slim on account af tho inch inept wea*her of the entire slay. Grand Worth* Counsellor. John liitohsll, Jr., visited the Coon for ?,he ?purpose of installing its tfiictiB bot ewing to the fact thst several were ab eent he ceJejsaUd his power to Mrs. Sylvia Mitchell who installed the cffi neso for the earning Uim later in the ?vening. The meetirg was one of per feet bar mon y snd all of the business mf ie yent ance was tiantsettd. The Onrt is in excellent condition. Vin. Fai nie P. fcmith ol 2 W. Baker 6t., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 August 1899

VOL** XVI, NO. 37, KICHMOND, VHLRGINIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1899* PRICES CENTS THE PAYNE CA IN Tiffi A Row in tke C MANY WITNES Conflicting Statements. Patient Listener.--All Amusing Scenes at th The Police Court was packed Satur? day morning, 19th inst. Colored peo? ple composed the greeter portion of the audience, although, many white persons were there to hear!the testi? mony and to note the outcome of the trouble in the Fourth Baptist Chureh, of which Ree. Brans Payne is psstor. Justice John J. Crutchfleld presided. At his right, sat the popular Ssnreaot xhomas and at his left was the efficient Clerk White. Justice Crutchfleld sent ?old chill* dom n thc backs of '.lome of the church folks when he announced that he ex pt eted to send most of the Fourth Bap ti-t Church down to jail snd had or? ri faed Sergeant Epps to bare a good nioner prepared for them. MAST CarSS WABKABTS. A number of cross-warrants hsd been sworn out, estimated st 85. It was laughingly stated that one man had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 August 1899

L&W.I ICfirftgbt. 1S9.. by A M. Kelton N?wspap?rCav*; *?_. _> CHAPTER "XIX. I "LIGHTS A?ID SH A DO ITS. Down the walk ahe came frotn the house, light of step and graceful as a fawn, clothed in pure white, with roses in her raven hair. She was coming directly to her father, when she saw mc. "She iooked fron*. rae to him; his smile at once seemed to arrest her at? tention. "Why, papa, what has happened?" she exclaimed. "You are almost laugh ingl When -lid that happen before.'" "This is Dorr Jewett," he said, "the son of mv old friend and schoolmate in the north. Dorr, this is my daugh " *5vTVJ^gSfe **THIB IS "DORR JKWKTT," HB SAID, ter. Coralie. Fie will be with ns some time, child. Everything must be made agreeable to him." "Indeed, since he has made yon smile, papa, I hope he -will stay long. You are very welcome. Mr. Jewett.** With bewitching* grace she extended her hand. I took it. and new hopes came to me. The world seemed bright? ening. Vf ti walked up to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 August 1899

p- THE OLD DAYS. EMA manda old con.r-.dts. here's a bea.th. A cup ot greeting to you rall. (Where'er the evening nhadee of Ufa Around your faithful spirit*** fall. CS hand to you. and a health tu you. tA&d solden memory* wealth tu you. For tht old days. For the old. care-free d*ya. ? aoarc? can think those days are son*?? , And yet like dreams, they are no mora. (And one by one your face*, friends. Are turnlns toward the other shore. (Then hall to you, an*4 farewell to you! (And tho cups shall clink a knell to you For thc old days. . For the old, care-free day*, iBow few of us will ever meet Again this side the narrow str-am! tAnd even If our hands could touch. We'd seem like figures in a. dream. (It's youth, sweet youth, jc-od-by to youl And we are ghosts tbat cry to you For the o!d Ss JIB. For the old, care-free daya aBlt quiet, friend.**, and think lt o'er. Aye, think how sweet the old days werai ?Seek not, weep no': take memory; Let's have a loving cup with her? tA c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 August 1899

\ *>r\ Sato rd av bv Joint Mitchell, tbUehed at 811 North Point li st* JOHN MITO JELL, JR , EDITOR. All c. minion'oat lons lutemlfd for pablloa thouUl .*** sent s<> as to roach us by Wednesday a- i TERMS IN ADV ANCE. A Uue Copy, one year._..~......Ai.M One Copy, eight mon tha...l.OS ?J-te Copy, six months._..80 Ooo Copy, four months,._.-. .80 line Copy, three months.40 ?Ragle Copy _.Pt ADVERTISING RATES. "for one laeh.one Insertion....._......,-$ SO Sar one Inch earh subsequent liisertion... SO Jar two lech' h. th ree months,.. SOO Bot two lneh*f?, six months. 1000 ."*br two inches, nine months. 14 00 Pot two Inches, tw**lve months. 90 00 Marriage and funeral notices.. 80 ?Standing and transient noUces per line. 10 "POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION flUtiHER THAN TWO CENT8 NOT RECE1VSD tXB SUBSCRIPTIONS. **? I*hsPi>a>-kt ls Issued weekly. The subacrlp Son yarlee ls ll.&o a year, tn advance. There a^e rota wats by whic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 August 1899

SATURDAY AUG. 26 1899 POEM. [CoMPOSBD BY A. A. LOTT.] Alex andris. Vs.?On the recent lynch? ing in this eity, Aug. 8th. Whst means this howling, hideous shout, "Take him 0"t! Take him out!" "What oan be sll this noise shout. "Take him out! Take him out!" The midnight shriek reaches tbe sky, All over town b*?th far and nigh, The sound shocks every passer-by, "Take him out I Take him out:" Is this for crime that some one did, That fiends should keep the seeret hid, And enter doors the laws forbid, Crying? "Take him out! Tske him out!" "What means this running through the streets, As if upon s swift retest. And crying ss they stsmp their feet, "Tske him out! Tske him out!" "Look! how they rush with furious glare. "While at the jail they wildly stare, Shooting their pistols in the sir, Shouting ? "Tske him out! Tske him out!" See! they hsve him ie their grsip, The rope around his neck is fast, They drag him through the street at lsst, Crying? "Take him out! Take him out !" The victim pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 August 1899

{RELIGION TO ORDEB. 'Jistttovrn** Conversions Were Fa axons Before the War. *.. th v* ra %A Charrh at St. Joarph, Slav, tv ker* ?Intra* %Voro C*?nw*r?ed Vader Or. da ar* Haw th* _'nl?n* Syatean "Wo* SlnS* to) Hark. -1? I Jitntown ia not on tho new map of "fet'-aa-ouri. Before tho war it waa the poly auburb of St. Joseph. It wa* n -atone building back in the wotyls from Sba big rood. At certain Bensons it waa ?occupied five days in the week aa a wMttoanlhouse. It waa for rent on Sunday no any denomination that wanted it for ?church purposes. j^But the original purpose of the build *"*pi*g. aays the Kew York Sun,* waa to Stave a pince to convert negroes wbo ?vrero hired out by their owner*. There ??were several plantations in that neigh aborhtM*d on which negroes from Vir arinla and Maryland were colonized. A fte*w men owned nearly all the tlavoa In ?Hbe country and let them to peopl** who ?Were not iinancially able to own such s*roperty, or who found it cheaper to mire than own. "Wha...

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