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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 September 1899

* im. m WMCTM SAM'L SINGS. aiyesb dat atnrtn' In de medders Whaih d*> folks LB nukln' hay t Work IS pretty mlddlin' heavy *Pu* a saan to be ao say. You Kia %ell dey's somep'a'special Worn <de canter o' de ta?nf; Somc'p'o sraoly pleas!**:' Sarr.'l, ,? Wen ht talnicln' all day lona;. Hycafad titan -ara'bMn' 'way din mo'nln* 'Fo* ".wu tic ht enough to see. Seem lah music In de evenln' j*. Allua stood enough fu' me. But dat man oornmer.red to ho'Iah \ 'Fo' he'd even washed hia face: "Would you tV'leve. de scan'loua reseal Woke oe birds erroun' de placeT Bam'l tooTc a trip a-Sad'day; ?,. k**?R Dressed htsse'f In all he had, **SS *Tuk a cane am' -went a-strollln', *"ap Ixx>kln* mlnrhty pleased an' clad. Some folks don' know what de nattah, Bui 1 do. you bv.t yo' life; 6am'l srellln" an e-sl 'Ca'se he been to aee his wife. She live on de fra* p'antntton, al Twenty miles erway er ao; '& But heh man ls nighty happy 5. Wen he git de chanst to go. n> [Walkin* allua sin* oe nlce...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 September 1899

r j*1 ?' \\ i *?== Published a?verv Saturday by John Mttehe j . Published st SH North PoanrtB Street JOHN Miro HELL, JR , EDITOR. All comtnunif-at. >ns I'ltonrtod for publica? tion 'should bo sent so ss to reach us by Wednawday - TKRMS IN ADVAKCB. ? ?na Copy, one yeer,.wsw.-.-81.60 One Copy, eight months.LOS One Copy, six months.?.AO One Copy, four months,.- .SO One Copy, three months.~. .40 Btrngle Copy_.? .SS ADVERTISING BATES. Tor one Inch, one Insertion..~....?.-8 90 For one Inch each subsequent Insertion... BS For two laches, three months,..shews, t 00 For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine mon ths. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve znontha_.-... 30 00 Marriage and funeral notices,..-. SO Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION SIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED OS SUBSCRIPTIONS. w? TkbPlaxst la issued weekly. The subsciip Mon prise is 11.50 a year. In advance. There are roux wars by which money can be sent by mall at our risk?i...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 September 1899

SATURDAY SEPT IC 1899 MANCHESTER MOTES THE S. S. UNION MEETS. Doings lo the Churches. A PETITION FOR THE PEOPLE TO SIGN. They Want the City Council to Act. A^ffiUAtfr 'fcTOalTO WEDDING. Bears in (renerai from t-hw^Fi-a* State.' The Nsnsbester and Chesterfield S. *S. Un ion met on last Sabbath at the First Baptist Church with President 8. H. Johnson presiding. The reports Vrama tbs schools connected erith the -Union were very encouraging, showing mn increase ia all of the schools. Mias -osElle Ferguson and Willie G. Mc *Oaa-awsc-k read interesting essays. Sub? jects, "Charily" snd "Sunday School ?Union.** respectively. They were of a ?very rare production indeed. Deacon Mason Baugh of the Second "Baptist Church addressed the Union sn a.-eery neat speech and Deacon G. H.Munford read an excellent oaper on ?"Hypocraay." The preaident wss high* 1y complimented by Rev. ? Deane of 'Weet Virginia for having auch bright lights tn his midst who could render such an able program. *hlrs. N. Q. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 September 1899

A MODERN INSTANCE. Who saki J'.m's dead? 1 guess there's some mistake, lt don't seen more'n six months ago. An* 'taint above a year, I know. That 1 bid hirn good-by. sn' said to him: "Lot's tut.e a drink Ter friendship. Jim, Just one fer the cid time's sake." Jim shook his head. *n' said He bed never teched a drop: That he'd promised his mother he wouldn't drink. An4 he Mowed she'd cry. *n" what 'ud she thir.k It she knewed he had broke his word, bad Jim. An* ahe a "evin* *n* trustln* him. An* J'.m her support an' prop. "But I lafTr-d 'n' chaffed. **>** called him some name*, ye see, "N"* 'lowed that such 'fraldies want worth no prl^e. That he wouldn't be likely to cut much Ice. If he hadn't more nun Inside ot his clothes (2 de tia BSJ da nc la rn s!i df O' hi ?Than to want ter refuse a partln' dose With an old-time friend like me. > ? 'N* Jim gave in. did Jim, ***K* drunk quick, 'n' held his breath. 3 said: "Here's luck to ye. old tat*** "N* Jim said: "Better say luck to ??/*...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 September 1899

->?#-'' SATURDAY SEPT 16 1899 TRIMMING THE COMBS. gt Ie Not sa Pelaafsal Operation for the Birds, Cesaslderlsaar the Com. fert It Aaaaree. Tba* drawbacks of large combs and ?watties aire freezing in our northern states and thc discomforts and strain resulting from a*arrying so much "weight on the head. lt appears as "though the circulation of blood in the !head is somewhat affected by these ?excessive appendages, for it has been observed that a Leghorn having fre? quent spells of giddiness and stagger? ing can sometimes be quickly and per? manently cured by trimming the comb, -and we would always recommend the trimming of both comb and wattles Xor both sexes when two-thirds grown, ii A T.KGHORN8 WITH COMBS CUT. -????specially in view of freezing when ?zero weather occurs. TL'ae ahears or scissors instead of a knife so as to pinch the blood vessels and mitigate the "flow of blood. The operation ia not ao painful as might appear, we will atate for the. "benet!'., of thc Society for...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 September 1899

ftwl rb mt |*i tic (?? wi H V ri hi P P< li T*J a ii SATl RDAY, SEPT. 16, 189& WASHINGTON LETTER Recruit ino; of New Regi? ments Very Satisfac? tory. TWO COLORED MGI MEXTS ORDERED. Gen. Oven shine Talks ?ii Philippine Campaign. I Frem Oar Regular Correspondent.] Wa sm notch, Bept. ll, 1888>. President McKinley and Beeietory Root aie both pleated at the rspidity with whieh the recruiting, of the new regime nts for the Philippine is going m. Although a number of tue reerait hag effleers in various sections have just opened, re porte to the War De? portment show that half ef the ten regiments are already enlisted. The official order for recruiting two eol? ored regiments, whieh will be the laat of the volunteers, was issued Saturday afternoon. bbb atc k bxvbbidob aero are. Senator Bevendale, cf Indiana, who recently returned from the Philippines, wtso-o hp made an exhaustive personal investigation nf affaire, was warmly wreioooied uv Prr-aident McKinley, to -whom ne made a ve...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 September 1899

n VOL. XVI, NO. 41, RICHMOND, VIRGIKLA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1899 PRICE 5Ce:nts -** THE SUI LODGE Knights of_Pjtl Sir S. W. Starks Supreme C GRAND BANQUET-BRI SHOV JaCKSOBYILLB, FlaaV., Sept. 12, '99. The Supreme Lodge, Knights of Pythias, N. A.. 8. A., E.. A., A. and A. was welcomed to this city at ?1 Mo delo Auditorium to-day at 12 o'clock. The uniform rank paraded, headed by a brass band. It expected to escort Mayor J. E. T. Bowden, but he reached the auditori? um first. Grand Chancellor W. A. Glover conducted the exercises. Pray? er was offered by Rev. White. Grand Chancellor Glover in trod uc ?d the Major. He delivered an address of welcome on behalf of the city. Hs extended to the delegates a hearty snd sincere welcome. He extended to them the privileges of the town. "Yon will not be molested," said he, '"feeling assured that you will be safe in our midst. Good people of the south, black and white stan** together. It is not the best class of blaek and white people who are a...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 September 1899

[Caw-rlg-ht, iSj-Sf by fa ?CND1CR A CrOTJD. a The silent soldier sat smoking- at Chattanooga. I can see him now as 1 saw him then, his sword and saah laid aside, his uniform cont thrown open negligently, his whole appearance de? noting rather one of the drudgery of? ficers of the staff, whose soldierly bear jug had given way under the cont'nued performance of clerical duties, than the commander of an army. Before him on a table wan a bundle of popers, one of which he had tnken up anal was finger? ing absently. Directly opposite stood "the general"?my general; we of the staff always spoke of him as "the gen? eral," though there were a hunalred generals in the tinny?with a dogged look on his face that boded no good to himself or anyone else. 1 had nttemled the general on a sum? mons to hendapuarters. and should have waited in the hall, but curiosity to seo tbe new commander of thc Army of the Cumberland, who had achieved renown at Doaelson nnd Vicksburg, hnd over? come whatever of mod...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 September 1899

**?* A gentlkma: jf\ ?to ace you, tlady. looking in at n \N?a Mr. Portman air,*' aaid my la mi? nty door. ""Show him up, Mrs. J en ni rt (rs." I re? called, without glancing up from my Bnanuscript. A few momenta later Mr. Portman, ian entire stranger to me, was ushered f&nto my room. He came forward?a mxaa of large build, some 40 years of Sage, with a blight stoop?and, fixing a mair of dreamy, dark eyes upon me, he (inquired, in a low, earnest tone: "Mr. Cecil Lawrence, I believe?" "Yes. Be seated a moment, -will you?" I replied, indicating a chair. ! He, accepted the offer silently, and ?waited my leisure, his eyes fixed upon (the crackling** logs in the grate, snd his ?chili resting upon his hands. , "What can I da fur you. Mr.?Mr. "fPortnaan?*' I asked, presently, putting jdown my pen and turning round upon any visitor. "You are. Mr. Cecal Lawrence, the {author, are you not?" he returned. "Yea." I "The author of *A Romance in Blue jDye'?" "Yes." ! "Do you mind telling me how ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 September 1899

Pn'iii-ili i 1 every Sattmliv '*v John Mltche J ,*Pubiis!i(>i at "ttl rfortn r'??irth Ml JOHN MI OBELL, JR . EDITOR. All conimun'(*atlonaluteuded for publica? tion "*sliould be sent so aa to reach us by Wei*n??s<lay. ' TB. RMS IN ADVANCK. fl ?Sse Copy.one year._~~--ALBS Oae Copy.eight months........_ LBS One Copy, six months,._.-M , L .80 One Copy, four months,.? AO One Copy, three mouths,..? .48 Single Copy_._... .08 ADVERTISING RATES. Tor one lneh, one insertion_._........._. J 90 For one Inch each subsequent Insertion... SS For two laches, three months,..~~~~. 8 00 For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two inches, nine months.?.. 14 00 "For two Inches, twelve months_.?.... SO00 Marriage sud funeral notiees. 80 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGH ER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECE1V RD OS SUBSCRIPTIONS. VB? ItrrPlaw-ct la Issued weekly. The subscrlp Mon price lstl.50 a year.In advance. There are roc* wats by which money can ba aant by mai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 September 1899

m SJ* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SATURDAY SEPT 231899 * PYTHIAS NOTES. The Supreme Lodge session is ended and the delegates hare returned home! much wiser for haring taken the trip. Doubtless some of them had the plees ore of enjoying thst cursed Jim Grow; Obx which is so prevalent in the south. Another column of this journal will j give the details of the session. Jack? sonville, doubtless, feels proud for hav? ing hsd the opportunity to entertain eneh a representative body. There ia a seeming anxiousness sunong a few to have the Grand Lodge of Virginia meet in ita annual session. * "Whether or not this is the will of tbe ! majority yet remains to be proven. "We are gfad to state however that the Grand Lodge of Virginie is now enjoy? ing s prosperous era sueh ss hss not in former years been seen snd perfect j harmony is prevailing. Richmond Lodge, No. 1, met on last "Monday night, the 18th inst., at its ajastle Hall is Masonic Temple. Sance tis a fact that this lodge holds the -membersh...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 September 1899

1NVISJB4JE Or arc to ectnt tho sanda upcm tao ?shore ttried. Or dropi-tiiat till the seas and and broad. "Dr leaves upon tbe trees am Sol als and tnoutlain side. "Twere wasier than to count tba awarcloam ot -our Ci Ol'. *We feel bow Infinite ths ewan from those We Know, And ret these mercies lana* ara bat thr minor chord "J*e^*r*.\*??*s prura anthem ka Ks aver on? ward flow. Com*?>?*-? 1 with those u nae sta. kaown only to our Lord. ""*r**e**t turned aside from threatened awitB "that imt>ec?l. The Spirit's work on artker kearts for our own gcod. *Tbe m\rUd mercies hld, Uv br! bis. whore e=u To build tbe new ci-a-athsa tbat tba sM a**ttamSS4BB> iSa in the clear a* .-ark beavens tba aye ""oak* up at nlgbt .And sees the brilliant he its af anna ard stars wheel ly, ato great in number, far B**rood sar mor? tal sight, Tbat strew Ike coleen sands tko patka ways of the sky. *mV> the true heart sees Ba Kfe*"s aewaaaats* empty space. Hy eye of faith, great esmrteOattoas sbb-a ing...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 September 1899

SATURDAY SEPT. 23, 1899 root AB EXCELLENT PLAN. risa aaS Shlaola* Horns, asd Ya-arllaa; Cattle Baalr Kai). ~9a*w pbra of crating live stock, hogs, -ahteep and yearlings is to have ?pletuea three by three inches and f**-art long (or more for large ms corner pieces. Then four aa, sax inches wide and six feet kong axe nailed securely as side Double end boards are two feet. LSaBCSaes long and nailed securely. At t 4-*&d of crate, two boards, b b, ara i ; aCBtBTIKQ HOGS MADE EAST. , lal ave ea the end boards and held In "by a bolt through top and bottom From bottom up, aide boarda malled on three, four and it-re *lti ?eaapeajtlvely. Tua handle hogs, take three planks mr Boa-st ^wride, place one end in rear of votber on ground, as shown at Take the crate at each end, ?qb and drop over the hog and _ mr-alk the hog under the crate, up ? Hmm p"t-a-nk on thc wagon. In thia way I Ira?I ral alone hogs that weighed mrjaaxada. Keep crate close to ground ertaWlaof* will poke her noae under and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 September 1899

<aVi**.> SATURDAY. SEPT. 23, ISO? ST. LUKE BREY11TES. Mr. lt a) ph Hilton of Newark. N. J.. "M. E. N. O. Chief of I O. of St. Luke*, was io the city Isat week, attending the Samaritan's National meeting Mrs. Georgie Queen and Mrs. Keys of Newark, N. J., both active St. Lukes of Newark called on ns. hr. Strother ot Hiotoo, W. Vs., of Morning Star,;il8, paid us a visit. St. Lukes sre on the increase. New e-ourcile are being instituted, individ? ual applications are being msde to the eon neils and the work is eoeoaregirg. Heliotrope Council. No. 180. Mils Marietta L. Chiles. D. C.; Cora Mayo. W. C.; Lilian Payne. F. 8 ; Ruth Shack leford, R.S.. lost their first mea ber.s*ii*s Agatha Miller. She was bar ted at Providence Chnreh, 2% mites trent the city. The eouneii with her TC members turned ont and presented a nice appearance with their white ernes scd cedar. May this severiag of the link serve to bind them eloaer. Mrs. Laura Cosby, Lucinda Spain Daroltne Roane and Alioe Vaughn o...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 September 1899

HsalaaaS*^BS1 VOL. XVI, NO. 42, KICHMOND, VIRGINIA,SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1899 PRICE SCENTS PROF. BOOKER! WASBINI HE AROUSE GOVERNOR .CANDLER'S PLEDGER IS OUTSP AND HIS CRITH DAY IS Atlanta, Qa., -ca-.pt. 25? A largs au? dience listened to the address of Book? er T. Washington, A. M., principal of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial School for colored people at Tuskegee, Ala His subject was "The Race Problem in the Light of European Travel." Prof. Washington has returned from s trip to Europe, where he wss s dose observer of existing eonditioas there. Among the other speakers wss Gov. Candler, who welcomed Prof. Wash? ington on behalf of tbe State. The gov? ernor said hs wss sstonlshed when he contemplated the progress made by the Negroes during thirty years of free? dom. The cause of the Negroes' plight, Gov. Candler aaid, was ths "dirty" pol? itician a Be advised the Negroes to listen to Prof. Washington, and he could lead them to attain a posi? tion no politicisn cculd ever attain...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 September 1899

?f)iOIFiEtSi ICopyeixM. aSgS, by J. I ?JM-* III. **? ?*^Bs8?tsV* RED-HANDED. I wns about to sing out lustily for some of the negroes below tro come to tile assistance of their mistress, when ahe regained consciousness and her ?will-power at thc same time. I grasped her hund; it waa like Icc "Arc you better?" "Has anything happened ?'* "You have been overstrained." "Not thats What haa occurred since ?since I haven't known anything"**" "Nothing. You were unconscious only for a moment." She seemed relieved. I steadied her while she rose, and supported her into the bouse, where I placcil her In "charge of a negro woman, who took her to her room. The general's order to question her anal rcjaort to him was u lond upon my mimi. To pry into the secrets of a girl about my own a****, to cross qtBSBl ion her, to extort from he*r what she did not ears to tell, seemed to me no proper duty for a gentleman and a soklier. Several times duriug the evening I nerved myself for the work, uiul as often ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 September 1899

E OUR FIGHTING BRIGADIER. lt wsa the br-aat of th* mich ty weat ' That another*-! him. every part,: (Baie car* him luck, and she cave him pluck. Aad ahe save h.zn a hero's heart! (From the tropic clime to the arctic rime Ha never held tryst with fear: {Then out (or him with about, for him? Our fishtin* Brlgadlea! {What he lacks In atrensth. what he wanta In lencth. . "Why, he makes it up In srit; ?Once he riddled the rules of the scolds aud schools. * Iatke tha foes st Calumpit. lit waa "so aa you please," or "take your ease," j Throua-h the whole of the "grrlndln*" year, ith a merry scoff at the frownina* prof.? Our fighting Brigadier! Ie was never fain upon trail or train To shrink from the face of strife; ?And he quaffed the breath of the "Vale of Death" , As though 'twere the halm of life. (O'er the grim backbone of the Yellowstone ; He was one of tia* first to peer. (Then a cup for him brimmed up for him? ; Our fighting Brigadier! "There was no fright I*, the northern night >...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 September 1899

msi P.a'*"'^*T. > 1 ev 3rv Saturday bv John Mitcha.* J .'PublNb vi at 811 North Fourth Street JOHN MirOHELL, JR , EDITOR. "* All t-oninviiil cati ons lutemle<l for publtca broalO be sent so as to reach us by Wednesday. ? TEEMS IE ADVANCE. ? Syn* Copy, on* roar.4LS9 Sae Copy,eight months._. LOS ae Copy, six months,-.?. AO One Copy, four months,.~~.. .a* One Copy, three months,._._....40 Single Copy_.? .SS ADVERTISING BATES. For one Inch, one Insertion...?..._.-.?J 90 For one Inch each subsequent '.nsertlou... St "for two laches, three months,.. , SOO For two inanes, six months. 1000 "for two Inches, nine month*. 14 00 a"or two Inches, twelve month*...... SO00 Marriage and funeral notices,. SO Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION SIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECKJtVUD OS SUBSCRIPTIONS. m* P TkbPlasbt la Issued weekly. The subecrlp Mon price lstLGOa year. In advance. There are roea wats by which money can be sent by mall at our risk? In i Post...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 September 1899

SATURDAY. SEPT. 30, :s<)') i ol lc THE COLORED PRIEST I; RHV CHAS. R. UNCLES' SERMON. Richmond Greets Him on Sunday Afternoon. Tn* text of *he sermon was:?"To me thy friends, O God, are msde exceed? ingly honorable" Ps- cxxxviii. Tbe preacher, the Rev. Charles Ran. ?dolph Uncles, the eolored prieat of Baltimore, Md., after giving brief bio? graphies of the Bsints, in whose honor She windows were unveiled, snd of the person in memory of whom they hsd rCoeeu erected, described tbe ststues asnd other works of srt thst embellish ?abe Church. MOBBS IBSTBUCTIOKBO. He then continued ss follows:?From Bike 31st Chspter or Exodus we lesrn ?thst God instructed Moses eran bs to ?the details of the construction of the I Tabernacle, the number snd quality of ?the sacred vessels, the vestments of the priests, and incense for the sitar. And 1 n-ed hardly remind you that, ?Solomon adorned the magnificent tem ?naes of Jerusalem with all thal the art and the skill of those times ?sould contribute. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 September 1899

iMADE HIS FACE ACHE,1 Strange Experience of a Sailor at the New York Barge Office. * ?t? a* peal All tbe- In te rsa ar* lr ra In TCaele Sana'a Employ, Bat R**?ll?-d akvadlljr Slea Qnc-atlotae* tn Oliaa| HUI Kaasllaaa. ?*A mysterioua steerage passenger ?urned np at the New York barge office ?the other day," Raid s treasury depart ?mei.t special agent to a Washington ?Star reporter. "Ile arrived v. ith a big batch of derma-a immigrants on one cf i Lc i'reuien steamers. Ile didn't i*3a*k like a O'tllkSB, though, nor, al? though his make-up was pretty rough, ? e look like thc conventional Ger -ruan immigrant ta his dress.. When it Mme his turn ta) be put thiough the ?UMiul qotstloas ns to where he 0 ?ing, whet her he hnd money enough on Slim to insure him from becoming a jHibl'c charge and nil that sort of thing, ?the Oerniaa interpreter tackled him. "The tnsTl looked at the interpreter out aof bia twinkling biue eyas, hut stood .mute. The tier man gesticulated and ?spat out l'lattdeuts...

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