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

SATURDAY. DEC. 9, 18<>9 -^HVE TOCK. GOAT HERDER'S HOUSE. Jut th* T*til-**x for SonthWMttr* trtrnrri Wbo Ar* Kn am arr cl tra tha Amor. Baataeaa. Angora goats are great browaera, eat? ing off the leaves of bushes and trees as high from the ground aa they can reach when standing or their hind leg* with their front feet up In the trees. Sucb browsing giv-?s a park-like appeararc* to any area on which they are feeding to an} extent, and that is especially tru? of tbe vicinity of their bedding ground It is therefore of great advantage *" tx '<*%SL. GOAT HERDER'S HOUSE. change the bedding ground frequen ly to an entirely new "camp," and tb ta moat conveniently done by ahclterii their herder in a movable house, ahown in the illustration. 1 used to have n tent for the purpoi but this has many objectionable, fe turee, mainly bemuse it neceseitat building a fence around it to keep ci tie from tearing lt. lt ia also imrw albie to keep out tramps, who sou times help themselves to the h...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 December 1899

SATURDAY DEC 9, 18^9 *a*ammmaaaa-a>amBmmmmmB*aBm-aam*mmmmrmmmmi THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. 'rOS* tani 1> KHOM M\TH PAQB ] aaaflc relations is follow"*?-.! by a recom saendation for an appropriation to pro fide for the payment of certain claims nd our citizens against Spain which ear government guaranteed in the treaty of pe;-' Then follows a chanter on the ar? bitrary treatment of American pro? ductions In Turkey, the Anglo-Vene nnelan arbitration controversy, the re? cent Venezuelan revolution and the ensured maintenance for ten years to come of the bureau of American re ?publics. Another international con? ference of the republics interested is recommended. Then comes a reference to Buffalo's Pan-American exposition and Phila? delphia's recent exjx>rt exposition, both of which are heartily commended. The Hague peace conference is dwelt npon at length, and a permanent ar? bitration tribunal is urged. The increase in our army and the "reduction of our forces "n Cuba and Porto...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 December 1899

VOL,. XVII, NO. 1, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16,1899 PRICE 5 CENTS WHITE GIRLS COMPLAIN. Much "Work and very Little Pay. Country Lasses Quit Work. All Money Goes to Board Mistresses-Gloomy Times Ahead. The tobacco and ahirt factories of i Richmond and vicinity have had much trouble in the matter of obtaining white girla. They finally concluded to try eolored ones. This raised a com? motion among certain white men of j limited meana and the Young Business j a> Msn'a Association is reported to have 1 gone down in an effort to bring white girla here from the country districts. They msde all kinds of promises it seems, and their efforts were rewarded with only partial success. The follow ing from the Richmond Newa ot Fri. day, Dec. 8th explains itaelf: "Great dissatisfaction snd discon? tent is manifested by the country girls employed in some of the factoriea in the city. They feel and asy that they have been deceived and unjustly treated. Sixty-five of them employed at ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 December 1899

tCoeynght, 1S9S. By J vopjua: r-Sih*J-\?* J-""**Pn th.8 nl#ht of "December S, ala. John Olmstead ana hia nephew, Rob? ert Stanton, were in tha former'* library In Brooklyn. The old gentleman la at ta<*ed bv a stroke of apoplexy end died ?f heart failure at two minutes past twelve SB tbe morning of December e. Before dying Olmstead made a will leaving hia tertune to bia nephew If he married Within Sap yeera, with the exception of $10,090 X*^h-wea.tO ao to aa_unjoamed_hf lr JpHepLe"' IL?AfTei- P,v? -.'ears yrilrtor. baw carnes enraged to a young lady. He meeta T* mtn."*l.0l:<1 lh*? w**,t' Richard Ravmond. ed la mduoed to try a glass of wine. Stan* ?*". f***'*k**,n" r?*** raoralng at hl? home and fm da a letter breaking hi* engagement. Ha ls told that he wa* drunk the night before and visited her home. The wine Wti- drugged bv Raymond. Five years leter Raymond turns up aa the unnamed jalrto cl elm the property on IVcember Jj, lwx- The death certificate had said that Olmatead died...

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

THE LITTLE BARE FEET. XJttle bare feet, sunburned and brows. pBjtterln'. patterin' up and down. JJancln' over the kitchen floor. Light as the foam-flakes on the shore. Right on the go from morn till late. From the garden' path ter the old frost gate; There hain't no music ter me so sweet Aa the patterin' sound of them little bar* feet. When I moo* **iy nets by the foamtr.' tea. Them little **? % feet trot thi re with me. And a shrill Ita*, -vc say: ?""Dran'pa. spin Ma yarn tor-<l;iy." And I know wham say dory comes ter land. There's a spry US*** form somewheres on hand; And the very fust sound my ears'll me>et Ia the welcoomin' run of them little b^r-e feet. Oh. little bare feet! how deep you've pr. Yer prints of love In my worn old breast* And I sometimes think, when 1 corn die. .'Twill be lonesome-like In the by and by; That up in Heaven I'll long ter hear That little child's voice so sweet nnd clear: That even there, on the gold*, n st r. I'll miss the pat of them little ba...

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 December 1899

Published everv Saturday t>v JoBSB Mitchell Jr.,atSll North Fourth Street. JOHN MITCHELL, JR . EDITOR. AJloommunicatlons intended ror pnhllcatlon should be sent so as to reach us Toy Wedneaday TERMS IN ADVANCE. S> one Copy, one year,.?.?~.-81 SO Obs Copy,eight months...?._. LOS One Copy, six months. , JO One Copy, four months,... Jg One Copy, three months..'..40 B'ngle Copy,-.?. .SB ADVERTISING BATES. Foi one inch, one insertion....._........?8 SC For one Inch each subsequent Insertion? SB For two inches, three months,..?.. 0 00 For two inches, six months. 1000 For two inches, nine mon ths.14 00 for two Inches, twelve months....._..... 30 00 Marriage and funeral notices,. 60 Bunding and transient notices per Une. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION fatlGEKR THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECFJV ED Mt SUBSCRIPTIONS. ?**? IbsPlambt 1* Issued weekly. The subecrip Mon price ls 81.60 a year, in advance. There are roux wa vs by which money can be sent by mall at our risk?in a Poet Office Money ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 December 1899

SATURDAY DEC. 16, 1899 FROM THE WEST END. News From Our Churches. riANY MARRIAGES. Death Reaps a H&rvest. NOTED MEN GONE TO THEIR REWARD. Personals and Briefs.?Stray Shots. Mr. Albert Carter, Sr., of Henrico county, Vs., departed this life almost suddenly, Dee. 3d, at 9:20 a. m., at his late residence. 1910 William St., (just ont side the city limits). He war born in Gooehland County, 'about sev? en tv-five yeera ago, and waa the ser? vant?carriage driver and butler?in the noted white family of Mr. John Gr ai ef that eounty. He waa the faithful end beloved husband of Louisa Fleming Garter, who preceded him to the grave five yeera ago to the day and slate of the month, in the bnght ann light of Gad'a most beautiful luminary of ereation. Just before the war the family that hia wife belonged to brought her and the ohildren to Richmond and in order to be near her, Mr. Garter hired him? aelf and came to this city also; and worked at hia trade?that of a shoe maker?which he learned at ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 December 1899

IHE FOO IS THE HARBOR. All oa tbe Kl ah I na- Smack, tke Crail Were Forced to Sta*a tbe l'ledge. The fishing smack, the Gull, had ron. la\to Seaton harbor to get out of the Bvav of a storm. ?*Boya," said the skipper of the (Juli to the only boys he had in the smack. Andy Haven and Charlie Manning, ***you may go ashore and get us some fresh beef. If you sec Mason Pettis ?tart him aboard. Time for him to be back here." The boys were delighted. This ?was "their first trip and life abounded in hard work, and to go ashore even on business ?eras a vacation. Andy Haven had at ?Some the reputation of being ns "steady ass a mill." Charlie Manning was an impulsive, warm-hearted boy, and his soother had said to Andy: "Look after ?Bax Charlie!" The pull ashore was a hard one, for tibs Gull, anchored near the mouth of th* harbor, was almost two miles from the village known as the port. Then the storm that had sent the Gull iuto harbor was still roughening the water while reputed to be "over," an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 December 1899

*>. J= SATURDAY, DEC, 16, 1899 DEHORNING CALVES. Whoa Properly Performed, Thia Op? eration Ia Keliher Painful Xor Very Serloua. The accompanying device for hold? ing cattle, -withoot hauling a heavy rack from farm to farm, given entire "satisfac? tion. It consists of a plank six to eight feet long and abont eight inches wide. "Near one etd four one-inch auger holes ara bored (A, A and C, C). A three quarter-inch, rope inserted from the front aide, through the holes (C C) is looped on back of the plank and tied in a knot, with just alack enough to admit the animal's nose, as shown in cut. An? other three-quarter-inch rope about sight feet long ia inserted in the holes (A, A) and tied in knots on the back of plank. i You are now ready for action. Spike Tour plank up againat the side of a barn er outbuilding, or In a stable door or stall. If a man is careful in handling stock it is s very easy matter to lasao an HOW TC DEHORN CATTLE. animal about the horns and lure lt int< this f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 December 1899

Ozono and Electrical Skin Refiner Co>S3?acoo*0aoo*oi>*?>o**>oo>*?g**s*?so?>o>poo>cocoooo??o<n>?i>???*os**>?i>sm>sn>e>o***>?o8>*s?s>o>] I Uo ?ver\> Infcivtbual .flfoember r tbcCoIoreb TRace: Greetfno. Christmas with its joys and pleasures is now t Close at Hand.^b?b^ We are | Bi fore using. 1st Month 2nd Month. r^ This cut was made from the photograph- of a young Chicago lady, showing the effect of our remedies at the begining, also the ist, 2nd, and 3rd month. Bear in mind, the price of each b?* of OZONO. .ELECTRICAL SKIN FOOD, ELECTRIAL SKIN REFINER, &c. is SOc Each. 50c Each. The coupon enables you to get over $3.00 worth of the remedies for fi.oo If you have not a dollar, get it some how, for this Grand opportu? nity will not occur again. Procrastination is the thief of time. Get in the band wagon now. Read and be wise. Don't let foolish scruples deter you from sending in your order at once. This is no free sample...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 December 1899

VOL. XVH, NO. 2. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23,1899 PRICE 5 CENTB Sis O m 6 'a* &>& ro o ^ \ THE HOLIBAYS. OFFERINGS OF OUR AD? VERTISERS. A Merry Prospect and a Hap; py Time. The holidays are upon us and our advertisers are ready to terre the pub? lic When it become! a matter o( taste and satisfaction Mr. ^^ H. F. JONATHAN ?tandi at the door -willa the frtibest, Anett, mott satisfactory lot of fish, oyiteri and game that has ever fallen upon the palate of man. He is thor? oughly reliable and his prisec are rea? sonable and in keeping with the kind and olass of supplies furnished. Mr. w. w. I0CTT will snake yon look fine enough to at? tend a wedding. Ide knows how to give you a first?elass hair-cut. shave or shanipO*c. Call and see bim. Mr. JOHM M. BIGGIN ?) is too well-known to need comment j here. Bia customers all say that he buys the best and furnishes the same pure article to the consumer. If you I want to feel good during the holidays,' drive away care a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 December 1899

' ^U^^ ir**- *t< i [Caryrie-". ?***?. *tr J 1 - p ' "-v-ember B, , ? --.-w, Rob- I 1 '? library ?n li at '. died t -.calv? r*c**ore sr his ??-:. 1 within upr-" ot $10,000 Chanar n,? i ! coma* *n(-?-faa to a your* hi - eete a. man from tha west. Richard Raymond. Snd I* lnduoed to try a glass of wine. Stan? ton awakens next morning at hia home Hid /usda a latter breaking- his engagement, a ls told that he was drunk the night ifore aad visited her home. The wine waa drug-ged toy Raymond, five years kater Raymond turns up aa the unnamed heir to c'clm tha property on December 9. 1*9*. Tho death certificate had said that Olmstead died oa December & Instead of .December ?. Chapter ITT?After securing- proofs of tba date of bis uncle's death Stanton de tenmnes to marr*.-. If possible, before mid? night of December ?, so as to beat Ray? mond out pf the property for the trick he had played on him In drudging- the wine ha had given him and then sending- him in ?a cjMTlAgs tr? Ta!* nancee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 December 1899

THE BETTER TIME. Could young- day* last for all our timi, And change and cha nev be cl- '? Cou'.d i pure and prim*. Nor fade our fortu Could Joys that or.ee Ilka summer smiled Still avery burdon iigb I hut once beguiled. Alon i>rlghtea: Could budding hopes In beauty bloom, af dotage. Could 'k. with tasseled plume. But ! ' fruitage; Could all '' tiring us good And only good be given. lt well might then be understood. That here on earth is Hi u\ .. n. But thia we know run never be. The fact nerds only stating. For even blinded eyes can see The need we have of walting; The happy birds In early spring. Back from the south come flying. But soon a-;;iln ure on the wing. And summer lime la dying; ?A little while, willi sofuned skies. The earth grows warm and mellow. And then the beauty fade* and dies And flowers and fields arc >ellow; A little while and w led. And every Joy has greeting. But soon, with grief and care oppressed. We find that all irs fleeting. And so the seasons onward...

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

__>llshed every Satnrday t*v John Mltotae'l Jr^at Bil North Fourth Street. JOHN MITCHELL, JR . EDITOR. Jlcommunicat iona intended ror pnblleatto should be soot ao as to reach us by Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. S> *B**??i Copy, one year..?.?,-Al 50 ?toe Copy,eight months...-. LOS ?Brae Copy.six months...- _.... AC "Sae Copy, four months..~..AO ?meCopy, three months._.40 -stdragie Copy_..SS ADVERTISING RATES. Ta*}*4***one Inch, one Insertion..._.._,-1 90 "atoi one Inch each subsequent Insertion... SS "S"?*?* two laches, three months,........_ S 00 TPor twolnehes, six months._1000 ******* aw o inehes, nine months. 14 CC STtor two Inches, twelve months_.SO 00 Basarriage and funeral notice*. SC *****??* ill ns sad transient notices per line. IC ?POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION SIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECFJ[y Kr TM! 9CB8CRIPTIONS. -*-** ffaaPiiirtT ls issued weekly. The snbscrlp ?tea prloe 1*$1.60 a year,In advance. a**Ta-*aa*e are tova wa vs by which money csn be ik by mall at o...

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

Ozono and Electrical Skin Refiner. r^*$*a>*>**iM XLo Bver\> Inbivtbual .fltember ?i^Iolorefc "Race: ?reetfng. Christmas with its joys aud pleasures is now Close at Hand.^*?-- We are gratified with the steady stream of orders that have followed our liberal offer in last week's issue, and we will continue this offer for a Short While Only and thus enable each and every one to possess this magnifi? cent outfit at a nominal cost. B*-fore using. 1st Month. 2nd Month. This cut was made from the photograph of a young Chicago lady, | showing the effect of our remedies at the beginning, also the ist, 2nd, t and 3rd month. Bear in mind, the price of each box of t OZONO. ELECTRICAL SKIN FOOD, 50c eacb. ELECTRIAL SKIN REFINER, &c. is 50c ! Each. The coupon enables you to get over $3.00 worth of the remedies for $1.00 If you have not a dollar, get it some how, for this Grand opportu? nity will not occur again. Procrastination is the thief of time. Get in the band wagon now. Read and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 December 1899

A QUEST. ? la mr youth I said: "Thia blind faith ts vain. Is a au;*>T8tition. a hope, a name." Bo I cast lt by. Then 11 how came A pain ajsd a strife and a vague unrest To burden my life and to trouble my breast. Then I raia: "I wi!l walk where the mil? lions tri I will !? hem for my daily bread. I will busy ii ;d forget this-: This pain und this strife and this vague Un? gi That burden my life ?nd trouble my So I tail- d all day and I said: "I am right. It will haunt me no longer, this nameleaa fright?" But lt all came back at the hush of the niRht: The i>Hin and the strife and the vague un Chat hurders J my life and that troubled Bi] Then I said: "1 will sail on the trackless sea "Where tho soft winds blow and the waver ""Tarout on its bosom a calm there will be For this pain and this r-trlfe and this vague um That burden my life ar.d that trouble my bre: I So l salle fl sad salle-*! on the iratery main ?nd the soft winds went and the soft winds es: And for. vt r they gave b...

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

SATURDAY, DEC | ! , 1899 THE CASTE SPIRIT. Cfcrtatlanlty the Antidote ? Ttl* "Ca* of Opportunity thc Teat Ot Mmllnc. H Ta* ImposslTnlr to ba blind to the fact of human differences. All men are not created equal, except before the civil law. Differences of a hundred sorts arc ingrained and \ital in our lives. Chris? tianity doer* not attempt to disregard them, To do so would be to prove its ?-ss for its work. H.it there is a -.inction. which is large*.*-; artificial ad more commonly mischievous, which sr-t up which Christianity refuBes to ???'mit the dirtinction of caste. Not that we can overlook the fact that hu? man society includes different prudes Of condition, character aid merit. They are fundamental facts. Hut what Christianity declares and what society ought to aaTSert is that no man is better than any other man, or is to be treated with any more consideration, because he occupies a more favorable social po? sition, lie who belongs to what some? times is known as the upper cl...

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

A MERRY CHRISTMAS READ THE FOLLOWING TABLE. 9 k Between tho Ages of a and 45 Years. WEEKLY PREMIUMS "5 .IO ? *5 .30 25 ?3? .40 ?50 SICK fess. 150 3**5 4.00 4.75 5.00 6.00 8.00 10.00) BURIAL FEES. I5.00 3500 45-00 5500 65.OO 7500 lOO.OO I25.00 f Between the Ages ok 45 and 66 Years. WEEKLY PREMIUMS. ?05 .IO .15 .20 ?25 ?30 .40 ?50 SICK FEES. LOO 275 3-50 4.00 4-50 5?>0 6.00 750 M BURIAL FEES IO.OO 30.OO 40.00 5000 60.00 70.00 80.00 IOO.OO Between the Ages of 55 and 00 Years r WEKKLY PREMIUMS. SICK FEES. ??->5 .10 1*2 .20 ?25 ?30 .40 ?50 ?75 2 00 300 3-50 4.00 450 500 6.00 DEATH FEES. 8.00* 20.00 3000 40.OO 50.00 60.00 "O.OO 80.OO K Prompt payment ol' weekly premiums Insures prompt payment of sick and burial fees. ir A HAPPY NEW YEA ?ur ftiotto.ms"*K)one8t*2 tbe "Eteet B>?olic*g." m .FOR NEARLY SEVEN YEARS- ia The Southern Aid Society. of Virginia, Home Omce: 50 4 N. Second Street, (XbatterCt) f&>, 25tb, 1893, in the^ Conrts of thc city of Richmond, has been-Alleviating...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 December 1899

XVII* ISO. 3, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1899 PRICE 5 CENT& u s*t& VOICES FROM THE PHILIPPINES. Colored Troops on Duty-Opinions of the Natives RACE PREJUDICE NOW RAMPANT. American Customs Noted?More Trouble for The Future?Youn.ff Men Should Emigrate. Bax FaiwAUDO, P. I., Not. ll, '88. We are now in full command of the town, oar regiment being stationed here. Brigadier General F. D. Grant is quartered here. Hs ii in command of tbe 2d Brigade, 2d Division. He is voted as a good commander by the soldiers and natives likewise. Oar regimental and battalion headquarters are located here with companies B, K L, company E is on the railroad and F and H in Santa Anna, and I and M at the headquarters of the 1st BattaMou in Mexico, four miles distant. The Quartermaster'* ?".; ?.?artment has been busy all Sha week seising cara boa t?>-^a lor Gen. Lawton's advano mg army of the north in ita movement on Tarlee, the insurgent capital. De? tails under Capt. Perry have been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 December 1899

[Copyright, (808. by J rx "If sh** 1 all, alto sure? ly saw tl and (eft to avoid ? said lo himself as he looked along Um gallery. "And really, I \..u\e her for not running '.?> meet 1 lie fellow for whom she found ? wife. 1 hope I shall be able to show I er seme slight im? provement if ever we do chance to meet." With that he dropped the subject and vrent on with his itinerary; hut the in? cident had roused in him an intense longing for home, which grew strong? er and stronger the more he tried to shake lt off. Ile faithfully obeyed hia mute director, following ita commands through North Africa and Europe, till months later he was strolling through tha Place de Ia Concorde with a prom? inent Parisian, congratulating himaelf that only Spain .tod Italy remained be? fore him. The obelisk attracted his attention, and he paused 11- a hieroglyphic car? ried him away to hi* friend in Bagdad. Suddenly her face shut out the obe? lisk. Her voice drowned all other sounda. Her eyes flashed i...

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