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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 November 1899

*3H ste 'SATURDAY, NOV, 4, 1899 r RICH DRESS MATERIALS. ^Velvets Ara tina Moat EiprnslT? ol * Staple Gaads, Bat Lacee tine '4.- Coatltent of All. ? The costliest of what might he de? scribed as staple dreaa gooda are vel ?^rets. Fine silk velvets, in black and In colors, for reception, dinner and evening gowns sell in regular widths tap to $15 a yard, and in velvet of extra widths os high aa $20. The velvets sold oftenest for dress goods are those at ^prices \imler ten dollars a yard. The costliest of fancy fabrics are sat ground brodies, a satin fabric in "white or ia some light color, with em ' basset! velvet figures, in various col? ors, and in floral and in geometrical de migns. The brochc satins arc made for ?ning wear. They are produced in great variety and ronny of them are ' croat beauty. Made 21 inches in ?* "width they sell through a stride range ?of prices up to $15 a yard. There are "?wider satins and velvet brocbrs, im -ported in dress ps Items that are cost? lier still...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 November 1899

SEGRETBRY SPURGEON WHITES. He is Now in Africa. WORDS OF GOOD CHEER?HIS LOVE FOR VIR? GINIA?SOUND ADVICE GIVEN?A SCHOL? ARLY PRODUCTION. The following communication will ?explain itself. Mr. Spurgeon is well known in this city, and his occupancy of his present high position will be s source of pride snd gratification to this community. His words are well worthy of consideration by the aspir? ing youth of today: Secretary's Orrica of tbs Unitid States Lsoatiok. Monrovia, Liberia, Sept. 29, '89. Hon. John Mitchell, Jr., Editor of the Richmond Planet ; Dear Sir:?You will find enclosed a draft frcm me on the Secretary of 8 tat e. Washington, for five dollars, in consideration of which I desire you to forward me the Plash* punctually ssuu regularly. I need the Planet especially that I may keep in touch with the city of my birth end the state of my nativity. Shs has faults, jet I am thoroughly impressed that America is the home of the American Negro. Hence. Vir? ginia, and thou Kentucky, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 November 1899

VOL, XVI, NO 48. RICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ll, 1899 PRICE 5 CENTS REPUBLICAN VICTORIES Encouraging Report from Country THE OUTLOOK BRIGHT. Maryland Returns to Democracy-New York Solid WARM TIMES AHEAD?THE FIGHT FOR THE PRESIDENCY. Ths latest returns show that the Re publicans have carried Kentucky by eight thousand plurality, electing W. 8. Taylor (Republican) governor. The legislature will be Democratic MlBBilKA STICKS TO SST AM. Nebraska went Democratic or rather Fusionist by fifteen thousand plurality This is Wm. J. Bryan's state. Massachusetts went Republican by a large majority. Crane (Rep.) elected governor. Pennsylvania went Republican by over one hundred aad ten thousand plurality. South .Dakota went Republican by over four thousand plurality. Ohio weer. Republican, electing Nash, governor by fifty-one thousand plurality. Senator Hanns lost his own county, it being carried for Jones (Independ ent) by s plurality of about thirteen thousand. IOWA alllWI ITS ALLaXJI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 November 1899

COIuF ? TSTNOPSIS. ' "CTrtaVPTER I?Gen. Heath la ordered ta ?report to headquarter* at Chattanooga. An aide la present at the Interview. The general ls shown an ?tiler for his arrest and cou-t-m.irtlal. and la then assigned to arpeclal duty to watch a contemplated movement of Longatraef a corps. He ac? cepts. CHAPTER H.?Cen. Heath lesves Chat? tanooga with SOO men. his brigade, and moves out to Morgan ton's cross-roads. On ?the way he meets with a girl he knows who lives at thc place he ls to make his ?headquarters. He insists on her returning wtth his troops. Ai her home lt ta thought ?a face v.a> seen at the window, but a search ?throujrh the house revealed no susplcio?ij .persona. Lieut. Hall, theside, ts placed in icharcB of the young lady with order* to ara ten her and question har carefully. She fair CHAJPTHR HI.?When questioned she aald her mother is for the confederacy and terse!: for the union. At night she ls -caught tn the kitchen attempting; to burn ?av paper ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 November 1899

ttli.LT AHSWERS THE LADY. Toa. yeti ladles, ma'am, ls alway* AskUi' us was w* 'afraid." With the fishtin' plum sh or* kandy. ! And a record to be made? Fer tbe Colonels, and the Qea'rala, .^ The ?eftenaots amt the Cap*'? J I knows nothia' ot the feeikVs OC Shem starry, barry chase! It satar be them way-wp feller* De?int know what faarin* la. .When the Mausers starts a-il nf la* And th* (un* begin to fix*. fm heard folis say a hero Wai that daisy sort of cass As plunged without no th Ink Lo* In the thick of any mass. Still, ma'am, as you're a-**v<n*. That ain't answering your t-emarss And concarnlo* privates' feeltn'a Ton are atlll. ma'am, kt the darkt Wall, we tellers all ls ..kary ! About talkln' that thar thtng: And we mostly moves along. *aa*m*n? ?With a whistle or a sing. But yon axes fair and decent. Therefore Billy's bound to tell. How we boys feel when we're bookin* Straight fer heaves qr fer bein Thar's a thought, perhapa. of smother. Or, maybe, some other gal! Go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 November 1899

iw I _?? =g Published every Saturday nv John Mitchell, Jr., at 311 North Fourth street. I JOHN MITCHELL. JR , EDITOR. All communications intended for publication _. should t)?? s*?nt so as to reach us by Wednesdav *? ' TXKMS IK ADYANC1*, SB One Copy, one year,.._~~_-41.SS Ons Copy.righi months...?___> 1_0S One Copy, six months,......-.?..,. .80 Cn*) Copy, four months,.- -6S One Copy, three months,.? .SS Single Copy_.?. SI * ADVERTISING KATES. Tor one Inch, one Insertion. _., I 90 #*or one Inch each subsequent iaserttozi... SS Fortwo Inches, three months,..._-.. SOO For two Inches, six months. 1000 .?or two Inches, nine months. 14 00 ?*ot two Inches, twelve months. 10 00 Marriage and funeral notices. SO Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION SIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECBJ^ED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. w? ThsPlankt ls Issued weekly. The snbscria ?cn price ls si.so a year, In advance. There are fourways by which money can b* sent, hy mail at our...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 November 1899

ll Ml \- t> SATURDAY NOV. ll, 1899 PEE AMBLE. We, tho members of Ebenezer Bap? tist Church ot the o ty of Richmond1 Va., having learner that in the pleas? ure ot en all-wis* Pr >vi lance, a veoer sble man of Ged, Rev. Chas. H. Corey, D. D., has been removed from the scenes of action, do in reg"lar church meeting assembles], deem it s right, s befitting, and an essential duty we owe to ourselves and to his immense merit to give expressions of our feelings of lore, gratitude and devotion for our great and noble friend and brother. We admit that in the Divine econo? my and infinite wisdom of God all things mortal must need die to spring anew into life eternal; we therefore tvegnize the grave es the common t *nement of all mankind As the wild forest clads itself in iii greatest variety and most gorgeous a beauty in which to die, so aieo doe. a life of diligence, a life of self, a brega tion and disinterestedness a pure exit - tenee, lost in the betterment of hu? ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 November 1899

FANCIES OF FASHION. The Season's Millinery Combines Grace with True Beauty. ana* Csef-al Shirt Still Hold* It* Ow* -tirarrfal Felda Una aai Artis? tic Toaek to the Wlar*r Dress Skirt. N' [Special Chicago Letter.] EVER in the history of fashion has millinery been prettier or more generally becoming than it is at the present maxnent. Ila ta of ?every size and atyle seem to be admis? sible, and if only a little care and dis? crimination be used in making the se? lection there appears to be no really ?good reason for any woman, no matter (how limited her means may be. BUTTERFLY TOQUE. making her appearance this winter In ?unbecoming and unfaahionable head jr*ar. The very smartest hats are made all _i one color, or more properly speaking, {different tones of thc tame color; and rjolenj contrast in the matter of trim ling has disappeared completely from ie world of, *?tylisb; up-to-date nnillln sry. That this absurd fashion of cond? ining ali the colors of the rainbow lpon one small hat h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 November 1899

\_7 ^SATURDAY, NOV, lt, 1890 C?n'f?Mf?>f.S (Contiwu?d from 2nd Psg?.) "That cloud was a blessing in dis? guise.** I made another effort to rise. Mar? garet giving me a hand, and stood on *^i___v! I lookttd up and nw Margaret. my feet. A man dislikes strength sup I plied by a woman; I grunted my thanks in no very warm tone, but retained Margaret's hand, both because 1 need? ed its support and because 1 found it very pleasant standing hand in Hand ?arith ber. After I had walked to and fro a bit and stamped my feet and awung my arms, 1 lei! the way bark to the boat, and, getting in, was about 'to take ray seat at the oars when Mar? garet stopped me. **In thc stem, please.** "Who's going to pull?" *" * "1 am." "Not with an able-bodied man in the ?"boat, and that man a soldier." Hut the more standing on my lega ?was too much for my overtaxed satrength, and feeling a premonitory buzy.ing in my ears, I obeyed her or? der, pelting Into thc stern, and, pulled Fby a girl, meekly as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 November 1899

THE ELECTIONS. "Sash Chosen Governor of Ohio by a? a Plurality of 30,000. h*t _ REPUBUGANS CARRY HOT. Donocrats Win io Maryland sm^s*. and in Nebraska. *THE PENNSYLVANIA CONTEST. Republican Ticket Elected, Inclad ^ ing Lieutenant Coiooel Barnett Candidate For Treasurer of tha . JEeyatone State, However, Goes la \ Ba* a Reduced Plurality?Tammaajr I Wins la Newl'ork City, but Else 1 Whoas In the State Republican* . Xaaad, Albany Golnar Republican For 1 aroa Fl rat Time In Many Years. \ County Flections In Mew Jersey >w a Republican Plnrallty in the ate of Twenty Thousand.?Maaaa I oauaettH'Usual Republican Plurality i Columbus. Nov. 8.?The Republicans stave evidently carried Ohio by a plu rality perhaps larger than that given to Governor Bushnell in 1897, or. as it aaow looks, about 30,000 or 40.000, and Saaso a majority of the legislature. There are no Jones legislative candi aaatea. hut Samuel M. Jones, mayor of Toledo, ls certainly the closest third that ever entered the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 November 1899

VOL XI, NO 49, RICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1899 PRICE 5 CENTS FIGHT IN THE PHILIPPINES. Colored Troops in Action. A Graphic Account of Prevailing Conditions AMERICAN TROOPS KILLED AND WOUNDED-' "~ TACTICS OF AGUINALDO'S ARMY-HEAVY RAINS AND FATIGUING MARCHES. La Loma, Manila, Philippi** Islands. Oe*. J.O. 2S99. Dear Editor:? October 9th T*ill long ba remember? ed bf tb; 2oth. After two months of qjii*t and peace and the oountleM number of natives passing back and forth through the linet, we had taken it ai granted that there was no enemy within a hurdred miles of our lines. After to many scouting parties hid gone ont and returned snd all bringing the same report?no sign of the ene? my?we were still better satisfied. Monday, October 9tb, your corre? spondent was detailed for guard, and assigned en No. 2, a day and nignt out post, situated six hundred yards from the trenches. On Monday on this out? post, like all others, were one corporal in charge and three privates, two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 November 1899

BTNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.-Qen Heath ta ordered to ' report to headquarters at Chattanooga. An aide is present at the lntcrvtew. The> general ts shown an order for ht* arrest and court-martial, and is then assigned to special duty to watch a contemplated movement of Longstreet's corps. He ac? cepts. CHAPTER II?<len. Heath leaves Chat? tanooga with 500 i brlgude. and moves out to Morgatuon's ero On the way he meets with a girl he knows who lives at the place he is to make his headquarters. He insists on her returning with his troops. At ber home lt ls thought a face was seen at the window, but a search through the house revealed nc suspl persons. Lieut. Hall, the aide, ts placed in charge of the youn* lady with orders to watch her and question her carefully. She fain ti. CHAPTER III.?When questioned she said her mother is for the confederacy and herself for the union. At night she ls caught tn the kitchen attempting to burn a paper which contains the plans or irtirn s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 November 1899

RAISE OF THE PRESENT. Poets there bc who tans their lyres te Days of Long Ago And sins a son jr Of sentiment In me as sr* sad and low. To them the roldan ass ls past, th* golden I fleece la clipo Tha rose of pleasure batih been plucked, the cup ot Joyaarze sipped; ff bey live in longtog for the *ost, ta.sdaed.of Might Have Been? I But I?a bard roost ? prac ti oaJ?carnet .sdi such Ring l ns-si a. r To ms These Hmy&% thea* prase nt dara* I Have ferule flaids and flowery ways. Wherein my laney fondly strays; And lt I had a at?ng to sins. I'd sins asest These Days. Atad there be bands w bo-rave a stave .con? cerning Days to Be. When all things shall: be lovely and brra riant and free. When Joy shall -rwach ber chalice downclo thirsty mortal lip, , And certain rare elected, ones io drunken Bees shall alp; The bud has yet to blossom sod the hostey to be stored ?re hungry souls.may alt them down snd I sweep the festal board. But as for me, I say Those Days Hold pastures where m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 November 1899

Me i t ( ] : Published everv Saturday by John Mitchell Jr..stall North Fourth St JOHN MITCHELL, JR , EDITOR. All communications mSetMtwd for publication shouhl be sont no as to reach us by Inesday TERMS IN ADVANCE. S> apse Copy, one year,...41.88 One Copy, eight months... , 1.08 One Copy, six months.?....AO One Copy, four months,.- .80 JreCopy, three months,.-.48 bangle Copy,-. .SS ? ADVERTISING RATES. ' For one inch, one Insertion.-~^?I SO ' for one Inch each subsequent Insertion... BB ' for two Inches, three months,.. S 00 for two Inches, six months... 1000 j for two Inches, nine months. 14 00 Hot two Inches, twelve months. 20 00 Marriage and fuueral notices,. 60 Stencil ng snd transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED j 3N SCBSCRIPTIOKS. <ea? TbrPlanrt ls issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price is $1.90 s yeer, in advance. There are four ways by which money can be sent by mail atour risk?in ? Poet Offi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 November 1899

i SATURDAY NOV. 18, 18y9 mmmr-~",u ? ? '. ?-? Oo-oaeration and the Virginia Bantist St ate Oonysntion Since the above named convention met at Leiington last May. ks*S aston? ishing the untruths that have baan told by ministers and laymen concerning the eocventior. Sh* has been and i misreprest-n ,eO, milign^d and ignored by men who pose balure the public a? men of truth, preaeh^i s of the Gospel ot peace, who say like Paul. "1 speak the truth and lie noe," and yet unfor? tunate!* they have and do lie, upon the convention. TBS RTATBMBNTSOF THB MINUTXS. The minutes of the Lexington annu al meeting are out. They were pre Bared for the press by Dr. Binga, of [.anchester, therefore they can be ac? cepted as stating facts. The brethren who seceded from the conventions givo ss their reason for such, that the convention broke tbs compact of co-operation in missionary and educational work with the Ameri? can baptist Home Miasion Society. Southern Baptist Convention and the General Baptist As...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 November 1899

MY HEART'S DESIRE. IX I could have my wtmcst wish. My God, what would lt be? Would I. like Solomon of old. Pris* wisdom more than garnered gold. And ask that gift of Thee? Or would I ask for wealth and fame And honors added to my name That all the world might aee Tne fickle crowd and mammon's pow'r Bow down about me In that hour? If I could have my utmost wiah, la thu what lt would be? Oh God. I praise Thy Holy Name. And thanks I give to Thee. That in Thy wisdom Thou art King? The reigning Lord o'er ev'rythlng And even over me. Rule Thou the destiny of man According to Thy perfect plan That 1 may ever see The gentle wisdom of the Force Which stops nie In my heedless course, Ker If I had my utmost wish, My God, what would lt be? If I could have my utmost wish. My God, I'd pray to Thee: Impress me with Thy holy will. My being with Thy presence flu. That lt may ever be My purpose while on earth I live Expression to Thy love to give. This, God, my earnest plea: Let love, divine, shine f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 November 1899

s\ fl a SATURDAY, NOV, 14, 1899 NOTES OF A TRAVELER. It take* $173 a year to keep a railway carriage in working order. In the past 70 years over 400,000 miles of railway has been completed in the British, empire. Employes of the Lehigh Valley rail boad have been ordered to speak of wrecks aa "derailmenta"" or "acci dents.** Chicago has more miles of street rail? way than any other city in the world. The total length of single track, ele? vated railroads included, is over 1,000 miles. The Italian government now issues a new kind of "travelers' peases/* good on all railways and steamboat lines, Snd including hotel a, first or second-class, on payment of a certain lump mm, varying according to class nnd time. The new street cars to be used on the Interurban line between St. Paul and Stillwater havve will have, compre' slr brakes and whistles. The air whistles will be used in the country, where the cara will be run at a high rate of speed. The Kashmir railway is to be eon strueted over ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 November 1899

SATURDAY, NOV, 18, 1899 FBOM WEST-BUD. History and Btview of Biver View Bap? tist Church. River View Baptist Church is s small body of Christian workers, residing in the western buburba of the eity of Richmond. This church sprang from s little bard of five anxious persons, who met one bright Sabbath morn in the early spring of 1890 and organized themselves into a new religious body to be known afterwards as River View Baptist Church. This churoh was organized in an un? finished building, which wis in course of erection and which is now No 316 Washir gtcn St., tbe residence of Bro Kiah Johnson. This s*uall congrega? tion of five was both church ard Bab bath school. Brother (ito. E. JobtBon was loader, preacher and teacher. In Sabbath Behool, he superintended, in church, rreached and exhorted and built up the work The little plant began to grow and Bhow signs of future prosperity. Ic August, ib90, Elder George E. John? sen W8B elected psetor of Kiver Vies Baptist Church. To the time o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 November 1899

VOL. XI, NO. 50, KICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25,1899 price 5 ce:nts A WHITE LADY WRITES. She Tells of tbe Horrors of tbe Slave Trade. A TOUCHING PLEA. A RACES BRUTALITY-HORRIBLE CRUELTY GOD'S WRATH AND THE FUTURE. EditobPlah?t: As I looked over your paper this morning 1 was particularly inter? ested in the letter ot Mrs E. V. Harrod. My eyes filled with tsars as I read it for my heart was filled with sorrow snd shams (or what my race bas done and is still doing to oppress and degrade s haras lest race, a race that never did us harm. Yes, Mr. Editor, "the time has corns for sn honest statement of facts from the Negro's side of the question." Let ns look at some of tbe facts. Mort gladly would 1 draw a veil over the past while I bide my face in sham e bot I dare not. Historical writers tell us that forty millions of the inhabitants of Atriea have, been toro from their native land snd made slaves on American soil. They also tell us that these forty mil? lions which remained ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 November 1899

ICopyrtgttt, iBoS. by J SJTNOPSIS. C^LAPTER 1?Gen Heath tn ordered to report to headquarters at Chattanooga. | An aide le present at the Interview The i general ta shown an order for hf* arrest I and court-martial, and ls then ? special duty to watch a contemplated I movement of Longstreet's corps. Ha ac? cepts. CHAPTER H.?Gen Heath leaves Chat- ! tanooga with GOO men. hia brigade, and moves out to Morganton'scross-rcadH. t>n the way he meets with a girl hf knows who lives at the place he ls to make his headquarters. He Insists on her returr.ir.g with bis troops. At her home lt ls thought ^face was seen at the window, but a aearch rough tne house revealed no suspicious persons. Lieut. Hall, the aide, ls placed In charge of the young lady with orders to watch her and question her carefully. Sha taints. CHAPTER IIL?When questioned she ?aid her mother ls for the confederacy and herself for the union. At night she ls caught In tbe kitchen attempting to burn a paper which cont...

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