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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 August 1899

-SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, .899 LIVELY KANSAS BAT. *??* ?t Hal. TB 1 .ara I_>t?reatl-*s for i Family Wilek Sad lr Stood tm i Nee* ot EaltrtalaaifBt. A young Kansas man tells, in the Chi ?aftago Journal, a story of his boyhood in "*he following words: "One summer evening a bat flew into "the room where our family was sitting. ?"Window screens were not common in thos-a* days?people in Kansas could not "have afforded them, anyway. They had only a piece of mosquito netting over; ahe bed. "We all got after that bat, and finally "Cather captured him and dropped him ? AFTER THE BAT. In an empty bureau drawer to examine -aim at our leisure next day. Lots of leisure out here, you know. The draw? ler wats empty, of course, ia Kansas, be ?cause if we had put our clothes in the ?drawers what would we wear? "After awhile another bat waa seen ?circling around the ceiling. We cap? tured him, too, and dropped him into tba drawer to keep company with the other one. Soon there was another ?bat, and aft...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 August 1899

fed! SATURDAY, AUGUST 26,1899 WASHINGTON LETTER SECRETARY ROOT'S EN ERQY. Increase of Troops. ?WARM TIMES. IN THE PHILIPPINES. {Prom Our Regular Corr--jpoodent. > "WAsanoTOH, D. C.. Aug. SI, 'Ht Bess Uti j Root is giving the eoeatry ?striking exhibition ot what aaa be asseuasplished hy hustling, even in the nsanpth of Ad gust, whieh hss got to be ogt g-enerally recognised in official cir ^ee as vacation time. He has caused wverrtliing connected with the seud eng ol the voluateers to the Phillip nines to be sdvaneed considerably the first estimates, and it ls now Hy certain that tbe last of the regiments will be landed at Msails not lster than October, and ar? rangements have already been made by whioh the other ten regiments, the mrrde-r for tbe enlisting of whieh was -only issued several days sgo. will i Mar ila within a week, before or December 1st. ra TI Fi ei di el tn ni Cm tl kl lt BOBS I VSR B.Trsa kutti mn. Ho troops ever took the field any? where better equipped than thes...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 September 1899

VCML.XVI, NO. 38, RICHMOND, VIKGINIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1899 PRICE 5 CE>,TS. IsABOA Ul AMD 1EYEB MUD. "CB your fortune seems too heavy, Duties lons and over hard ; ?Aod all nature seems to levy lo your strength without reward, Never sniod. "Bvery one haa bitter toil. Cruel foea hia plans to foil: Labor on. Bom et i mes a 30 fling friends will grieve you; If eas rives, renoonee and leave you; Bat some one will sure relieve you: Labor on and never mind. ~ZT>oee your way seem dark and dreary, Troubles eome to try your hes rt ? 3>o not let your soul arrow weary 1 JJ you know you've done your part, Never mind. Men, your burdens, may Details; On your effortb God will smile : Labor on. 'Mend tbe little points you ferret; Pla** your work upon its merit; Foremost, rsnks you may inherit; Labor on and never mind. "Wlaile great deeds of alms you render, With a heart brimful of love ; Berne will strive your work to.hinder, And your bassl purpose move : Never mind. ? Borne will Beek...

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

hu T JCaajrltbt .8,*. try A, K KsHoq NsirszaparCsv? C a\ CHAPTTEITXIV. arr raTB. Until nearly- evening of the next day 1 was solitary in that house. Un? usual out-of-door labors kept Le Fevre away from early morning till dark; and neither Coralie nor her father ap? peared at the breakfast or dinner table. "De ole massa powerful sick in rle night," said ono of thc women who ?waited on me. " 'Pears like he done git no sleep, and Mis;.y (oral up an' down Brid him. Tell us \v'iat we do lor yo', sah, an' we do urn." I strolled down to the bayou and ?trolled back. 1 tried to pet interested in a book, and threw one after another aside. Was it the natural longing for her who bad now become necessary to my existence??or was lt the restless? ness provoked by the shadows of coin? ing events? Coralie?always Coralie. She had taken possession of me; I could think of nothing else. I have ventured upon no description of her face and form; I ?will not. She was all that Mr. Dorion had said of her, an...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 September 1899

B46?*M4!?<>afa>*a*^^ Dan Roby's Tige j By J. I*. H- rbour. JU.V^w.iw.^tSiit'i;''.JCtI<->tf ? BBaaatibBBTB<;? BasI>; at U ?? tXJ HOSE dog is that?" YY These were the first words the ', pupils of tho Silver Maple school heard . v Jabez Jordon, tbe new- Uar her, apeak. He had nodded unsmilingly toward sev? eral of thc boys and girls who had reached the schoolhouse tn-fore him that frosty October Monday morning When he 4'took up school" in the little brick schoolhouse on thc crest of a hill Binder a cluster of silver maples. There were about 35 l>o\ s and girls Of from five to eighteen .wars of agc in : the schoolhouse yard when, at nine I F o'clock. Jabez Jordou came to the door c and rang a hand-bell w itb great vigor. t lt seemed to some of the larger b< nnd girls that the notes of tbe bell sounded like a slogan of defiance. They had filed into the house rather stoberly, and were taking their seats, ?when a yellow-and-white uncollared dog of mongrel origin ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 September 1899

?> iTSas-s-.. Published everv Saturdav hv .lob ra Mitchell J JPiihllshiHlaV.nl N'?rth Fourl ' ? ? JOHN MI10BELL, JR., EDITOR. All communications lutended for publica? tion 4?hculd be sent so ta to reach us by sday J*' ""? ? TERMS IN ADVANCS. ?> ?rse Copy, one year.-.-41.60 One Copy,eight mouthe.? 1.00 One Copy, six months.-.?.40 One Copy, four months,.~.SO One Copy, three montba.40 Single Copy,-._.- .0* ?*- -- - ADVKRTISING RATES. Tor one Inch, one Insertion-_........_$ 90 JFor one Inch each subsequent Insertion... B6 Tor two laches, three months,.. SOO Ter two Inches, six months. 1000 Tor two Inches, nine months. 14 00 Tor two Inches, twelve months.-.30 SO Marriage and funeral notices,. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 TOSTAOE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEJLYED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. <ew ThrPlanit ls Issued weekly. The subscrip f*on price IsSl.&O a year. In advance. There are ax>VR wa vs by which money can he sent hy mall at our ri...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 September 1899

V's ?SaarrKDA^. SEPT. 2, 1899 wm IRODBLE THERE. COLOKED LONGSHORE ?? OBEY ORDERS. se to Work with Son-Union Men. KCITXTAR CONDITION. Talk About the Matter. XsrT/ Laborers Determined. itrHtwB, Va.. August 30.? t**** colored 'longshoremen, en vsp loading and discharging the of ?he Chesapeake and ti u wont out on strike this There are between 600 and ''longshoremen engaged in imperf, and export freight, strike inaugurated this morn Ss*Bf *aT6?t? ail of them, ss they belong taataa* fasti ea ai League of 'Longshore 4aT0aVOaVBS> ta BB Or&OAKrzBD. *o*at*th*t tbe eolored men are st, and the white men nomber mmif fifty-three, are not, is re Tar ike whole trouble, which lt aaore seriously than ex TCke white men have a aepa axtrastiiea, known as th* i sadlers* and Seamen's Un? colored men have pre von t getting a charter, and tao aaake them join the eol "Ckia the white men re? ta *lo. The colored men gave ?shirty** av* ago that they would solea* the white 'longahor* Jsfaed with them or ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 September 1899

? HONEYMOON INCIDENT. goba a lounc Woaian of Iii Untbusd and Hliu of lita Manhood. A o*a*ppy young couple, ruurried only abe eight before, came to Boovokc TTtjesday morning from Kas>thaniy*.??:i So tspend their honeymoon. law*} *? ?rived st the depot and tbe hsal <resed bimaelf a few minutes to ?\,. gget * hack to take them up-to\\n io a ?betel. As soon as iie gets outside of the de? feat he faces one of these mun-traps, a ?saloon. Bc perhaps says to hiuif-clf: ""Til j:^t Btsp in here and get a glas - of 1>ecr. He goes' in nnd gets s glass, Band that ia so tempting, ho thinks he .1 h;ive another, ?and he takes aa arther, nnd another, and nnother, and "before lu* realizes it he ia drunk. Ile has forgotten "all about the bride aand the marriage altar the evening be? fore, whan he promifced tea "love her, comfort her, honor and keep her.** ."Now sin- walka nervously and anxiously mp and down the depot platform, every .moment expecting her husband to re? turn. She waits hour af...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 September 1899

bl a] ol SATURDAY, SEPT. 2, 1899 | o COLOR BEARER AT SHILOH. sr*lre> Tlmn Wounded sad l*mtt tor OoaS on (ha- Kielli, Bat Ia Still .Mire. (V.\tract from tho advancad sheets of "War Bfwrinlscfipijcs.** by Juatic* Jarvis Blame, formerly of tho Second Kentucky \oluntoer infantry.) After the terrible battle (ol Shiloh) over ami tlu* bloody results eeti 7nated. one of those who were miss? ing was the color BS*rgC*vaTa1 of the hri :.-. George Dei a, of the First B tucky regiment. Ile was a tall, splen? didly built voling man. with a resolute . piercing dark eyes-?a magnifi inien of phyaical man? hood. He was a'"orman by birth. The tall form of Sergt. lk*r/. was at all times n pieturcsq ? tipure on thi- march, in the camp, or amid the ?wilts of battle; ind bj reason of his prominence as the ?*?dor-'?earor. he was, of course, a con? spicuous object in the center of the line. In about the first onslaught by the ?confederates on our lines doorge Rerz fell wounded, as has since been ascer? t...

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

fa SATURDAY SEPT. 2 1899 WASHINGTON LETTER ^The President's Procla? mation. '^The Situation in Hawaii. COLORED MEN FOR THE ARIIY. "Heavy Reinforcements for the Philippines, HUFFIFDEHOB II CUBA-HOTH lie BEGLEOTED AT THE CAPI? TAL. fFrcm Our Regular Corrsspendent.) WasniBOTOif, D. C., Aug. 28, tf. President McKinley hss signed a proclamation to the people ol Cuba, which will be made public in this coun? try after it hss been published in Cu? ba, that will put an end to all of the silly talk about this government not intending to allow the Cubana to hare any say in the gov eminent of that is? land. This proclsmation tells the Cu bsnfl thst tbe Cen sus ordered taken in Cuba, work upon which will shortly be started and which it is hoped to hsre scmnletc4 in ninety days, will bethe first step towards an independent gov? ernment ; that when the census is com? pleted arrangements will be made for the holding of local elections through? out the island, in order to give itc citi scns sn oppor...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 September 1899

VOL.. XVI, NO. 39, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1899 %. PRICE SCENTS. HE WAN TENTH Mr. Rutherford F President Taj The Suspension From 0 Belonged to the Was Mr. 8. W. Rutherford of Washing? ton, IX C., hss through his counsel, L O. Wendenburg, Eiq., (white) entered ?ult against Rev. W. L. Tsjlor for ten housand dolisrs damages. The bill has not ai jet been filed. Hr. Rutherford held the position of Deputy-General for the Grand Foun? tain, U. O. of True Reformers id held that office under the late Rev. Wm. W. Browne. ai ma death. Vice-Gr and Worthy Master Taylor discharged the deputies of the office. Mr. Rutherford opposed the election of Rev. Tsylor and favor? ed Mr R. i. Hill, csshier of the Sav? ings Bank. MAXY CHAXOSS. It is alleged that Kev. Taylor in ord Sar to punish Mr. Rutherford preferred charges against bim and actually bub Spaded him from office, which action [r. Rutherford prevented hy suing out an ir j unction restraining him from taking such steps. fie cha...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 September 1899

ftrKI av -\r Hm right ?ssi.tr a. n Kenon n*"p*p?c^ ^a I CHAPTER XIX THI CI.OVEf TOOT. ' I left her sobbing In her own cham Der and sent up one of the women to attend to her. I was half stunned ?with tho suddenness of the blow; the effects likely to follow 1 had not the courage in that hour to face. They would come soon enough. I broke the news to the house servants and soon had cause to forget say Owa sorrow and situation in the effort to calm them. The word was carried over to thc quarters and the hands came trooping to thc house. Never have 1 seen the strong emotlon.%] side of thc ueyro character so displayed. They thronged the verandas, looking into the win? dows and wringing their hands, groan? ing and crying with grotesque but nine grief. The house servants crowded the stairs and gave free vent to their feelings. 1 tried to quiet them, but their noise "broke out afresh. "O, yo' nobber know bow good a maussa he w. "(>, I.ordy, Lordy. what we all do now! What little missy do w...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 September 1899

Ikeep A SONG UP ON DE WAY. * Oh. de clouds la miali ty heavy An" de rain ls Blighty th 1*. > a sons; I * ay. An' de water?" ls a rumblin' On de bowlders In de erick. Keep a >onx up on ?e way. Fu' a bli Is a-slrijfln" lu i Dat wa !""t dart Ku' to try de rainy air Wld a sons upon de way. ? What's de use o' jrlttln' mopy, 'Ca'se de weather aln' OS !?> Keep k ooriK up on de ^ Wen ?.!?> rain 1s fa'lln' ha'desfj Dev's de lonpest time to res'; Koop a sonjf up on de way. | Ik'UKh de plow's a stan'ln' still Dey'll be water fu' do mill, | Rain mus* come as well ex sun *Fo" de weethah's wo'k ls done. Keep a song up on de way. Wy hits nice to hyeah de showaha Kellin' down ermons de tr<-< Keep a sons; up on do way. Kf de blrUs don't bot hali 'bout lt. But po singln' lak tley pl< Keep a song: up on de way. Tou don' sTpeas res sjwtna to see J Dem ah fowls do mo dan me? No, suh, 1 will chase dis frown. An' aldoug-h de rain Call down, ap a song- up on de way. ??Paul Laurence Dun...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 September 1899

|BJ?-??- ~~* Published evcrv Saturdav ?>v John Mitchell J .{Published at311 North Fourth street JOHN MITCHELL, JR , EDITOR. All communication* Intended for publlca sbouhl be sent so as So renell us bj Wail ix adan ?*" - - TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? erna Ccpv, one year,..-?-.?......81.80 One Copy,eight months...~. LOS One Copy, six months.-..80 Cae Copy, four months.-.~ .SS ?rna Copy, three months...40 ?ingle Copy_..?? *? ADVERTISING RATES. Tor one Inch, one Insertion?............-1 SO Jbrone inch each subsequent Insertion... SS Pbr two laches, three months,.. . 6 00 Por two inches, six months. 1000 "Tor two Inches, nine months. 14 00 Sot two Inches, twelve months. SO 00 Marriage and funeral notices.. SO ?Sanding and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OP A DENOMINATION SIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED J>N SUBSCRIPTIONS. w Th xPi.anet ls Issued weekly. The subscrlp nVn price ls 11.50 a year. In advance. There are fovr wats by which money can be nant by mail atour risk?in w...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 September 1899

?SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1899 <S??????^?^^?????mmmm fiEY. GRAHAM MES AGAIN, STILL THE GOOD NEWS CONTINUES TO COME. Tie People Aroused. KA0IA.L EHTERPR18E8 TO BE SUP? PORTED. Other Organizations Rally. Cditor of the Richmond Planbt: As I am about to leave "Tor tbe great National Baptist Conven? tion, and the state of Arkansas for a month* absence, I thought to speak ? om? agtin of glorious news in defense ?of the Virginia Baptist State Conven atasv iSr*? re is no doubt about it, the p?o spl i of the state know now ih;t there 1b ar snob thing as a "general baptist as soeration' in the state of Virginia among colored Baptists. The people cay* that when an associstion is organ? ized, it must be done through dele? gates sent op Jby churches with the one objeet in view; chat of orgsnising -mo association. WAS NOT-C BR 1ST I AN. lt somrt Christian, it is not honest. It it not baptistio tn call a lot of together to consider state (ions, and then resolve them into a ll association" ; therefore...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 September 1899

4a4p*w*4ia^V<w^w**4*BYC.w)\^ X GEN. GRANT'S ASTONISHING $ LXPtRltNGt | 1 ty Lmrt^ttoti 1 ^tine. gt >f THE sprina; of ISM lien. Orama, ftcr his in-momble tour of the oriel, visited thc southern states ants {brought his triumphal journey to a ?close at New Orleans, where he re rjaaiued a week or two. There I uceom ?paunied the gaper al to what proved to be ?perhaps the most exciting tlemoustra? tion of negroes oi those times, a derr. sjnstratioii which Octa, ll rant called his tznoavt astonishing experience. A new gencratiou was entering on ?the scene, and, although the men who thad been conspicuous bs the service of ^the confederate statis had cordially ?welcomed (.irant to the defeated eec |tioa,*lherc were people in the Crescent t'ity who could not bring themselves ?to the point of taking part in thc street ?deationstsation in honor of the hero of the uuion anny. Many of those who se wJuUed themselves during the public cercinoi ns Bubs*QBSSstlj called on ?sSrant at the reside...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 September 1899

wmm ?SATURDAY, SL* PT. 9, 1899 ?S?? I ???^?-??^?^^^^M^?? a$ 'tss^'isrS* ?^-eV?.-#>'i*V#>V.-SS V. :>*Uw> V*> ? THE PETTED SNAKE | Lr*** By P. Y. Black. J W11KX Ralph was sent out to learn UM intricacies sf the coffee planting linslnrSB in Ceylon, ycara ago, lie waa duly grateful to his guardians for finding a career for him, but was ?slightly dubious himself" as to whether *he would care much for that sort of thing. Ile studied hooks about the place and iread of j-anthers, elephants, elk and ikes living in profusion there.' Ile suit.rwhat alarmed, being, you 4vUow, merely a harmless, studious th <>f some 17 years oki, who had i the slightest desire to kill au ele? phant, so long as the elephant did not ?want to kill him. Ralph had one particular servant, -whom he had to engage and par himself ?De Silva, a Cingalese. The other help cume from the coolie lines of the estate, and, after their clay's work, vised to retire to their huts. When dinner du the evening was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 September 1899

SATURDAY SEPT. 2. 1899 WASHINGTON LETTER ^HE PRESIDENTS RE? TURN. Comrmireioner Evans Re? port. BEAVY TREASURY RE? CEIPTS. JPiglit on the Pension Depart? ment. THE CAMPAIGN IN OHIO*. 'From onr Regular Correspondent.} Wabhiboton, D. O , Sept. 4th, 1899. "Presider.t McKinley returned Satur? day afternoon, but left to-day for Phil salelphia. to attend the annual encamp? ment of the G. A. R. He kept bo thor sub.hly in touch, with all important ?natters during bis aosenee that he toned only routine business on his desk when he returned. He had in? formal talks with all tba rn*tubers of the Cabinet, except See rotary Long. *rho is not in the city, and there was a regular Cabinet meeting to-day. He also heard a verbal report by President Sehurmsn, of the Philippine Commis? sion. He anticipates a pleasant time ?t the encampment owing to the large number ol old friends he will meet there. A* ATTACK OM COMaSIBSIOBEB. Commissioner Evans of the Pension Bureau completed bis annual report before ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 September 1899

^r VOL. XVI, NO. 40, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1899 PRICE 5 CE!STS OH DE BIGGES 18 EB MIGHTY MERhT MAH in de Sf jon study Nigger's hist'ry linht- o' natu'l law. You will fin' dat he's er mighty mer? ry msn. Tate 'int f'om de foe o' slsv'ry ter de 'ginnin' o' dV war; You kin see dot he's er mighty mer? ry msn. Take 'tm in 'is natif country, when 'is (or*hon wheel ia turnin' Take'ian in de Jays o' slav'ry, when 'is maraters' whip 'era bumin' Take 'ina in de fos o' freedom 'fo' he got er bit o' lesirin' An' he'll pruv ter bs er mighty mer? ry man. You ma' coff *im like er Dago, you ma' ?light 'im like a Jo sr. Oh! de Nigger ia er mighty merry man. You ms' take 'ia pork an' Utera, ball still Bing hsllelu. Oh! de Digger is er mighty merry rCrv mau. While de rosd d?t he mus't ti able m*y look mighty dark sn' dre'y. An' de load dat he moa' waggie wid ma' make 'im mighty we'ry ; Bat he'll strike er ohune o' Calvary an' Bing it might, merry : Oh! de Nigger is er mighty merr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 September 1899

fTCmncfat. ataV ?>r A. W ?t>Oos*t N?***?t*a-*arCaa4 *?, Al C11AJ?TER XXIL *? TFK C.t.AI'IATORS OV TBS slISRISSlPFL b The Cotton Queen was behind time at DooahKonviMe, snd the hours thst WC wrested there wore torturing ones. What would have happened had pur? suit overtaken us before the boat cnnae is a instter of certainty with me! I had found an opportunity to arni my? self. Le Fevre did the same. Wt- ex? changed Mjrnineant looks but no words. There was no ncVd of words. We had already earned a terni of im? prisonment, and we and our fair charge were not now to be captured ?without bloodshed. Aboard the Queen, and ahe rapidly putting toiles of the wide and crooked river between us and pursuit, our spirits rose. We did not then know how carrow was our escape at that point. We got our breakfast with a crowd of passengers, cheered up Coralie and. bringing1 her again on deck, en? joyed with her the glorious panorama. We passed I'laquimine without stop? ping. Le Fevre inquired of t...

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