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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 September 1899

USUALLY MEEK. saut He Was Another Man WTaes. Mia S Wife Wss Around. Tie waa a big enough man, but he looked so meek that he aeetned rather undersized. And he wss meek. Ladles getting on s street esr recognised kim al once as a henpecked man. and cast a disdainful glance on him by way of thsnks for the seat he always gave -up with an apologetic air, aa if he had been guilty of a misdemeanor in sitting in it in the nm place. Men flecked their cigar ashes oa him and turned to apologize, but seeing his meekness con? cluded not to take the trouble. The Stria at the restaurant slammed down in front of him the leathern steaks that had been sent back by more fas? tidious customers, snd the market peo? ple gave him fruit that would rot be? fore he got lt home. In fact, he got the worst of it -everywhere, but he never complained, snd let humanity trample on his corns with patient forbearance. Jones in particular seemed to have it in for the meek man, whom he iu derision called "Fighting Molli...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 September 1899

SATURDAY SEPT 30 1899 IMO'S MESSAGE. l s Q a* 8 I I i ?J OUR SUNDAY SERVICES Rev. R. Wells To Retire For Two Months. ?"WRECKAGE OF TWO HOUSES. ^Families Bur i*cd, Bnt Rescued Slightly Injured. Another season hss taken plsee aad ?arith it eotnes soother chsoge, the at? mosphere is dense and the ethereal -reaions filled with watery vapor. Old Jack Froat haa given notice that he -?rill soon be on. Oor raoroincg sad evenings bring with them an agu-. It was very pleasant on lsst Snndsy and our people enjoyed escellent ser "fiees at our churches. The only var*,ing in serv'eee wss with the Fifth St. sod Moore St. Bsptist. Churchea where communion servicei "svere held. Rev. R. WeJls. the well-respected -pa?tor of the Ebenezer Baptist Chnreh xaade a special call to hia members to be oat st their regular c burch -tn ee ti raf* "on last Monday night. From the time ike msde this t-pe-eisl requests, all be ?gsui so wonder *b to what "waa up * It waa thought among other things thst their beloved ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 October 1899

f VOL. XVI, NO, 43, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7,1899 PRICE SCENTS PYTHIA" CELI GRAND: FINE SHOWING ? BA? TENDED-A BRILL] TOASTS RESF HAPPY The Uniform Rank, Knights of Pyth? ias, of this eity having been granted the privilege decided tocelebrste their anniversary Mondsy, Oet. 2nd, by s street psrsde snd bsnquet. The stsrtmg point wss st Blooming Lily Hsll, Church-hill. The comps ties were nndsr the direct com msn d of Senior Cs pt sin Thomss M. Crump, Beting Msjor. The brigade and regi? mental staff mst st 728N. 8d St., at 3:80 P. M. snd st 4 P. M. left for the point of rendesvoua. Within five minutes after arriving there, the line mored to the inspiring strsins of music rendered by the First Bsttslioo Band. THB BBIQADB 8TAFP. The staff snd commanding officers Occupied three carri-ages st ths front j of thc* line sa follows: John Mitchell, j Jr., Brigadier Ge ne rsl Commandin?r; Col. vv slker H. Johnson,Chief of Staff; Col. T. W. Mitchell, Assistsnt Adju tsnt Genersl; Co...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 October 1899

[Caaaayrttat. -M. by J P - St^opsis. ? j tl \J"*TER l?Gen. Hrs tb tra ordered to ai repori to hen daua rt ena at Chattanooga. .. in alda ls present at tba* Interview. The : *' -general ls shown an order for his arreat t ti and court-martial, and ls then aawtgncd to special duty to watch a contemplated! stovernent of Ixmgstreefs corp*, lie ac- t avpta. I CHAPTER II.?Gen. Heath leaven Chat- ' tanooga with SOO men. bin brigade, and i * aaovea out to Mortjanton'scrawa-road.**.. On I tba way he meeta arith a girl he knows -abo lives at the place he ts to make hia' Btradquarters. He Innlsts on her re'urr arith bia troops. At her home lt ls thought a> lace was seen at the window, but a wanh tkroue'i the house revealed no aus; aw ison s. I.i. ut. Hall, tbe aide, ls placed In s-hares of the young lady with orders to -watch her and question her carefully. 6he lain ts CH APT KR III.?When questioned ahe said her mother ls for thc confederacy and Bet-self for the union. At night she ta tasagh...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 October 1899

JACQUES Hill "Il I ERE is an srtist ?whose mythological pictures have ;ts moat delightful modern air. ilia ?Grecian goddesses look like Pari ?lennes; their wind-blown hair, their [high-heeled sandals and a peculiar twirl ;to their drapery have captivated the ?Parisian ladies. 'So they crowd Jacques' studio and implore him to let them nt for Dianas sad Andromedas. Hut he is a most unromantic fellow, aud is 'swayed by no consideration other "Uian those of gain. Although he is but 30, he has gained fame anti some for .tune; and he is so industrious that he ?flies from useless words and time-con? sumers?that is to t>ay, women and bores. A year ago, just after the art exhibit closed. Jacques determine*! to go on a sketching tour. So he packed his trunk, assisted by his friend. Eugene de Lassi, and wss bidding adieu to his 'studio, when the servant entered with a note, lt was a nice little note, dainti? ly perfumed, and 'he address was writ? ten in the most delicate hand imagin? able. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 October 1899

Published everv Saturalav bv John Mitchell. Jr., at 311 North Fourth Street. JOHN MITOHELL, JR , EDITOR. Aircominunlcatlon- Intentled for publication sbaiuM t>?* sent so sa to reach us by Wcilneeday ? ** TERMS IN ADVANCE. Sj ?Fne Copy, one year,..?_?._....._???....41.60 One Copy,eight months.. LOS One Copy, six months,._........-...... Jot One Copy, four months,.-._.SO One Copy, three months-.40 Single Copy_.OS *' ADVERTISING RATES. For one lneh, one insert* on...~._....~~.....$ SO For one Inch each subsequent iosertio-j... For two laches, three months,.. ft 00 For two Inches, six months. WOO For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two inches, .wive mouthe.SO 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 P08TAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. *?**? TkbPlawst la "wued weekly. The snbscrlp Bton price ls 81.50 a year, in advance. There are rous ways by which money can be sent by mail atour risk?in fi Pos...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 October 1899

SATURDAY OCT. 7,1899 'WEST END NOTES, OUR CHURCH NEWS. His Twenty-ninth Anni? versary. OTHER ITEM IN BRIEF. Goochland Heard From. f The scholorly and gifted Ker. W. T. -Johnson of Lexington, Va., preached the 29th annual sermon of the pastor sate of R**v. R. Wella at Ebeneser Bap? tist Church at, 11:30. He waa intro ?dueea by the beloved pastor, Rev. R. "Wells. The sermon wss ons of grest ?power snd clearness, profound in thought, rich in doctrine both lofty, inspiring snd electrifying in effect Rev. A. S. Thomas, pastor of Sharon Bsptist wsa present. Deacon J. J. ?Carter and Clerk W. P. Epps looked after tbe collections and notices. A ?good collection waa rs is ed. The dec? oration wss fully in keeping with the ?grand occasion. At 3:30 Rev. D. W. Dsvis had s pack? ed house snd fsirly electrified bis vast audience with hia most gifted snd very sable dissourse. At 8 p. m when Rev. W. T. Johnson ?again charm* d a vast audience which ?-give him the elosest sttention md marked spprecist...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 October 1899

? I CHEAP FARM CISTERN. nrrlptlaa mt One That Ia reealtar* ir Aalainted tor Rrglaaa WI Bav Sa kw* tl Pt-evnl ? "Where clay subtsoil prevails, nnd this lat towma ou nea ria, sll Ohio far rna, there -ns a g<*o*J opportunity to build ar*e*tnent ?cisterns- very cheap nod durable. In ?startle;* thc exxnvation n circle ahould ?be -Uruck the desired tire, auad nf ter "tha*asva open several feet in depth the ?tatrcuin fe renee should be leant aed anne wooding each time until an abmpt bot t*um is reached, when you w-ill have rn jug-shaped figure. "Now inscribe nscc Satnd circle five inches Urger than the 5 Iv r A CHEAP CISTERN. "fftr-Kt. cutting it down two feet in atTaepth, Bbs shown in illustration, which Inarms a' atboulder upon wlf*ch to build the brick "top. This top ia uecessary in aorder to ?fjuard a fra inst frost chipping; the ee ?nt, anal also to allow s -smaller focus stt top, which allows the cistern to be ttcpt in a better sanitary condition. After the clay wall has become so...

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

SATURDAY OCT. 7,1899 AS A SAILOR SAW IT HE WAS Ifl THE MANILA FIGHT WITH DEWEY. A Cm*rpeater*s Mate of the Cruiser t Chmrlcstou Telia How the Victory Waa Won?Knthusiaam of the Men | atv the I* uia?. Tbe first Intimation that any of the tuen in the Asiatic squadron bad of itii laendlng troubk* came tm thc day after the arrival of Ute fleet in Houg Kong. ?Commodore Dewey called for s general assembly of commanders ou the flag? ship, and that always opetM the eyes of tba* Jackies to the tSCt that there is ?soma-thing In the wind. Tho next day the men wore all put over the aide ?with i?:iint pots, and within twenty four liamrs the vessels of tlie fleet were In their war garb, and the sadlers knew that at last they were in for serious busina>ss. Tbe snilors wero delighted at the i>i*os*>a*ft tif a tight, and worked varith gn-at a'lithusiasm to get the ships Into lighting eouditiaan. Boats were sent ashore, bulkheads were torn out. and nil superfluous woo?lwa>rk was removed fr...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 October 1899

m ms SATURDAY OCT. 7, 1899 -?? - - T. M- 0 A BOTES. The Aaaocistion has now be goa its fall snd winter work. Prof. 6. R. Hovey waa present to ttae opening nf the Bible Claaa for tha explanation of the Sunday School Lea son. All we're glsd to hear bim ex olain the lesson and will endeavor to eave others enjoy tbe same. The meetings ia the jail were con? ducted by Brothers Jame a Hernes and others last Sunday. Work in the Alms Howse last Pun dsy wss good. The inmstee enjoy the?e meetings. The boys were ont in lsrge nnmberi lsst Sundsy to begin their work. Sev? eral recited quotations from the Bible and took out their membership. Pres. Ulilton Cabel wsa preaent snd ready fora ork. The Men's Meeting waa excellent last Sunday snd sll men who did not hear the sddress by Rev. W. E. Par tee. D. P., and the very appropriate eolos by Director W. I. Johnson missed a great deal. Every man preaent felt the power of the Doctor. All feeling thst they were well paid for coming to the men's meeting ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 October 1899

VOI* XVI, NO. 44. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 8ATURDAT, OCTOBER 14,1893 PRICE 5 CENTS THE DETECTIVE'S REPORT. The Georgia Burning.~*=Sam Hose Not Quilty of Rape. The Death of Cranford.-Telling Indictment Against Gov. Candler. A Deplorable Condition.?A Negro's Life of Little Value.?White Murderers Go Unpunished. The eolored citizen, of Chicsgo tent Detective Lens P. Lb Tim to Georgia to inveatigsle the facts relative to tbe burning of Bax Hoes, st Newnan, Georgia. Mra. Ida B. Wella-Barnett publiahea tbe report n full snd while we sre lste in presenting it to our resdera, it will prove to be intereating inforuostion. The full text of the report ia ss fol? io wa: About three weeks sgo I wu salted to make sn Irapartisl snd thorough in vefltigation of the lynching* which oc? curred seer Atlanta, Ga., not long since. I left Chicsgo for Atlanta, and spent over s week in thc inveatigstion. Tne fseta herein were gsthered from interviewe with persona I met in Grif? fin, Newnsn, Atlanta snd in the vic...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 October 1899

??)iut?IE ?*-***'I",*""%Ba, tSoB. Br J ? ""BTK-fc-paim - " CHATTER I -Gen. Heath ts t-ar-der-rt ta report to headquarters at Chattanooga. Ab aide la present at the Inter-ari-w. Th. Beneral ls shown an order for hl? at-reat and court-martial, and la then assigned to special duty to watch a contemplated movement of Longstreet'a corps. He ac ?rep ts. CHAPTER H.?Gen. Heath lemrem Chat? tanooga with SOO men, hts brigade, end moves out to Morganton'a crosa-roaalta. On the aay he meeta with a sirl he knows -who lives at the place he ta to make hia Teeadauartera. He insists on Ber returnin-*; -with his troops. At her home lt la thought a face was aeen at tbe wintlow, but a search through the house revealed no susplcioua persons. Lieut. Hall, the aide, ta placed tn chara:* of the young lady with orders to -walch her anal question her carefully. Sha fain ta CH APT KR III-When questioned abe ?aid her mothvr ls for the confederacy and herself for the union. At night she la caught in the kitchen...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 October 1899

JA MEMORY OF BYGONE DAYS, a ???? I V, Jath. those dear, delicious Bobero'sa days " k When wa lived at tba housetop, you and I* *? (afar above the sri rn* of the city ways. B And close?quite dote? to tba sun sod thc . ?hr i! tl waa your lover, you were my wife. f j , My world, tay heaven, any bride tf a week ? I pTor lt was the hoitermoon of life, I a j Aaa our troubles?aad triumphs?a*?re * vat to seek. JJ akatcbed aad I painted, with palette ma a thumb; 'Tour Bttle foreflna-ar was steeped tn lok; (Both prophesied fortune and fame to rent, ? Tat wera hippy for alt their delay. I t think. 1 }*STa? **? o would kave guessed that a snowy bed I JUsy anuetly beyond tke Japanese StTS*SS ; * that tea thing* and cheese and a blt of . bread salad tba tapeatry lurked un seen 7 nat a -atnajow ta raise, aad a step te go. And there lay our varden aad hewn tn one, tQa-rtheo-llneB above, and leads below, Wltb a slorlouo view of the rising ann. (Ab. wbat rejoicing that fortunate day ! X sold my marin...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 October 1899

li sssBBBaBsSB ***"?"?'\ *"*"** Publish'?.* everv !--aturaaj"*i<v JotVB Mitchell J.-., at ??Ul North Fourth Stn JOHN MITCHELL, JR ., EDITOR. All communications into nded for publication should tte sent so as to reach us by Wagdnesday. ?? * - TKRMS IN ADVANCB. SJ arne Copy, one year.-?~~~.~...41.S* One Copy,eight months,.-LOS One Copy, six months............?..?. .88 One Copy, four months,. --.? .SS One Copy, three monthi,_,.???.,. .49 Single Copy,..-SS ADVERTISING RATES. "for one Inch, one Insertion..__ ............t ? 90 For one Inch each subsequent Insertion... 88 For two latches, three months,..?.. S 00 For two Inches, six mon Uta. 1000 For two Inches, nine mon ths. 14 00 For two inches, twelvemonths.80 00 Marriage and funeral notices,. 80 Standing and transient notices per line..... 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECK1VRD ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. *? XbbPlakbt la issued weekly. The subscrlp Mon price ls 11.60 a year, in advance. There are rous viii hy w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 October 1899

SATURDAY OCT. 14, 1899 Farmer Taylor's Ghost By Bose Ia. Colby. ps JIM TAYLOR and I were, represent? ing Chicago houses in the west, ?**tc2i, however,"carrying different lines ?of goods. Jim was well lixed and"owned st good farm adjoining Cheyenne,, a lo ?t*ality conveniently situated for him as sregarded his field of work, but after the ?death of his father, who in s fit of de aponalency caused by continued ill .health bad committed suicide, he left ?the farm and moved to Chicago. **I don't' know what to do with fhe ??old place," he said one day, as we sat in a hotel rotunda enjoying an after ?adinnafT chat nnd some good eig: ""John Brownson, whose land adjoins it, wants to buy it, but he is not will? ing to pay even half its actual value. "He has beeta p?*rsistcnt in his efforts to ?get me to sell, but I hate to srlvs the ?place away, .which I would be virtually ?doing. if. I l<"t him have it at the figure he o'Ters. Brownson has the ramo of ?being rather a schemer,''and I thin...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 October 1899

TRUTH. ._j honest Mr. Smith one day While walking doan the aatreet. ?fWbo spoke to thoa* upon the way "With whom he chanced to meet. f , ""????od tnomlng. Mr. White, rna tola Tour houae. your barn and hay. ?JTour chaise and handsome threa-ytBai sat Were burned aa black as elsy."' **-A aa!" h* cried. *mW amoke aTaS tea-**. Then paused his ao*e to wtpe. ""****i'h*>y say that all theae twenty yeas* Taau'T* burned them In your pip*.** ?^Good raornln*; ta> you. Mr. Brown. They asy that while at sea. """???** sank your gallant ahip clear tkaa. A* deep a* deep can be," ",***W*lto asya that, slrT Tell me bia aasa?; apeak out before you pas**." ""??"They aay your whlnky was to blaine. Tau aank her in your ula***." ?**X*ood morn lr.*;. Mr. Black."' he va Vd, "lt grieves me much to hear "That Mrs, Black so soon ta dead? Before the second year. "^Tbary say you killed her."??*W"aatr* faa CI*! ard. Tour drinking so of lat* "Baa crushed her heart until aha died Beneath Us cruel weight." TTbe...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 October 1899

7vv 'ar X*' V A, \-^V SATURDAY, OCT, 14, 1891) -, ? GATHERED ABROAD. A British medical paper grarely ?states that moasquitoes may be kept -avlive two year* by tenderly f*eding -them with sherry aud sugar. Salted whale meat is considered a ?delicacy by the Japanese. The whales are caught off the ooast of Core**, the Arah and blubber are cut up and salt ?ed, ami sent to Japan for food. Unique properties are possessed) by the River Tinto, in Spain. It petrifies the sand of its bed; and if a stone falls in tbe stream and alights upon another, in a few months they unite and become ?one stone. Fish cannot life in ita water*. Over 1,000 housi** in Tendon are ten ?ntless because they are supposed to "be haunted. Seventy-one of them have ?been the scenes of murder, a yd from ?some of the remainder occupant* have -mysteriously disappeared. A ??geographic board" in the Domin ioa of Canada settles all questions as to the correct spelling of geographic names in the Dominion. When a roan -submits...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 October 1899

M fym tSATURDAY OCT. 14, 1899 IASH1KGT0H LETTER GEN. OTIS' ACTIVITY. Tbe Creek Indians Protest THE REPUBLICAN OUT LOOK. Tlie Trouble in the Trans vaal. BT Alf EX-SEOBTaTARY-B OPUIOH. I From oar Regular Correspondent ] Washikotoh. D. G., Oot. 9,1899. Gen. Otis is showing, Dy unusual oe tivity. that he doesn't intend to wait either for the reinforcements for his anny, the additional war-hips ordered Bo Philippine waters, on the advise of Admiral Dewey, or the close of the h-tiny season, to begin the work of crushing out the Filipino rebellion The military movements over there during the lost two or three days were n p*rt of the general plan fully known And approved st the Wot Deportment" ?but the secret was so well k-pt thst the press dispatches from Monilo an? nouncing them were very agreeable surprise* to the public There will be seme more very agreeable surprises to We public Bent from Msnila in the near future, but no hint of their nature can be given at this time without vio Soti...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 October 1899

VOL, XVI, NO 45, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATUKAY OCTOBER, 21,1899, frice5Ce:nts WORRIED Al Young Business Whit Colored Girl A PECULIAR The White Lat cline To [. "WAGES TOO LOW TO MALES?THE ATTEMJ? THE COUNTRY?A The statemsntsmade concerning tbe inability of tbe tobacco manufacturers to secure white females to work in tbe cheroot departments cau Bed consterna? tion among tbe haters of eolored peo? ple in this eity. An effort wss made to get tbe white lebor unions to interfere, but after carefully considering all phasea of the quistion, it was decided, so it is said, not to have anything to do with it. The wages paid the white girl" are to low that organised labor could not af? ford to recognize them. BECAKK INDIGNANT. The Young Business [white] Men's Association became very indignant aud opened headquarters in order to secure white help for the manufactur? ers. The members were much dis? gusted when they received applications from white girls wishing positions at salaries ranging from f6...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 October 1899

??HFIE$fLI ? "tftVOPSIfl. - CHATTER I?Gen. Heath ls ordered ta report to headquarters at Chattanooga. An aide ls present at the Interview. Tha general ls shown an order for his arrest and court-martial, and ls then assigned to special duty to watch a contemplated movement of L-ongsUreet'a corps. He ac? cepts. CHATTER II?Gen. Heath traves Chat? tanooga with 600 men. his brigade, sold' moves out to Montanton's cross-reads. On the way he meets with a girl he knows who Uves at the place he ls lo make his headquarters. He Insists on her returning with his troops. At h?r home lt ts thought a face was se?-n at the window, but a search ? th rou jail the house revealed no suspicious persons. Lieut. Hali, the aide, ts placed in ? ks of the young lady with orders to watch ber and question her carefully. Bhe faints. CHAPTER TH.?When questioned sho aaid her mother i*a for the confederacy and herself for tho union. At night she ls caught In the kitchen attempting to burn a paper which can tal ns ...

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