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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 December 1899

v*.. One v* ???? New Year's Eve ?? l^h^ Bu Maud* L. Crocksi. &? j *-T*-*"MlE swish of s blue dress, a faint breath ot violets, as ia passing, and ll he felt rather than saw Mane Sum- ; ertield go by. Standing a Little apart from the knots I merry young people thronging tlie pleas t rooms, he waa ia of a thread of running through the last night oi lol year, touching only Mina Summerfield d himself. ly he, 1 mean Leigh Reyburn. the owne* the old-fashioned, low roomed grange Ik stn whose roof the young people ol ?? ok had gathered to keep a merry watch t. With UUMC und laughter and gay I paxtee they meant io dance ? we'.coin* the joyous New Ve.ir without much ?ht for the staid old twelve month ch had served them so faithfully, ?ut Leiga aaorad aa ding yn ng gip mes after the bin <;1 to rpose. Mane was al th the ting company of Maurice ""-a von port. iur sweetest and Mari? mile divinely?and entertaining him >urn was thinking hard, and, it must feased, uncharitably. Had he wor ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 December 1899

MM ?*m/mmr? ?" t:- ? Pabli*li<'.l .v? rv' Saturday t>v John Mitchel Jr.,at811 Nortli Fourth Street. JOHN MITOHELL. JR , EDITOR. All communications in Tended for pnbllcatlo anould be sent so as to reach us by Wednesday ' TERMS IN ADVANCE. *> tyne Copy, one year.......Al 60 One Copy,eight months,.. LOS I One Copy, alx months....AO One Copy, four months,.60 ? One Copy, three months.40 Single Copy_.OS _ ADVERTISING RATES. Rr one inch, one insertion.?I 50 rone inch each subsequent insertion... SB For two lachen, three months. 6 00 For two Inches, six months. 1000 | For two Inches, nine months. 14 0C For two Inchea, twelve months. 20 00 I Marriage and funersl notices. . H j Standing and transient notices per line. IC I POSTAGE STAMPS OF lt NOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS ?OT RECF^yKD j ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. vat ThsPlanst ls issued weekly. The snbecrip ken price ia 81.60 a year. In advance. There are rous wats by which money can be sent by mall at our risk?In ^ Post Cilice Money ] Or...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 December 1899

SATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1899 WASfllNGTONLETTER THB LAWTON FUND GROWING. The Outlook in Kentucky. THEVIOE PRESIDENTIAL QUE8TI0H Tha Testimony in the Robert's Case (From Our Regular Correspondent.\ WasHiBoroM, D. C., Dec. 25,1699. *?J Christmas was a quiet day at the White House, owing to the absence of children. The President and Mrs. McKinley had Mr. and Mrs. Abner McKinley and two ot their nieces for guests, and a few personal friends were entertained at a family dinner party. One of the things that added to the President's Christmas enjoyment was a cablegram from General Otis an? nouncing that the ports of Luzon would be opened to commerce on the 1st of January. ISothing could have more forcibly told the improved con? ditions in the Philippines than this of? ficial announcement of Cen. Otis. MO IiOHGBF STBOKG BBOUOH. lt means that tha rebels are no long? er strong enough to interfere with commerce, and that the peacably in? clined residents of the islands have re? sumed their ordinary ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 December 1899

A DETECTIVE ?ff WHO tft DETECTED By Philip G. Hubert, Jr. CopyrrttM. 1898 by J. P. Lippincott Co. L I* **-nnetlmes seems to me as if Na? ture had a keen sense of humor, and Iced now and again to play little jokes upon her victims. We art apt to think ?of Nature as stern, majestic, unrelent? ing, pitiless. But is she really so? Animals have no sense of humor, so it la said, although I have seen a dog play tricks upon a cat that seta whole room ?ful of people in a roar of laughter. tThese, however, were clowns' farce-s, while Mature plays serious jokes. For Instance, is it not an exquisite joke to Implant in the bosom or the brain of a man born to play the melancholy JDane t*hc notion that be is really fitted to do the comic policeman and convulse Ahe audience by sitting down in his "wife's pumpkin pies? That used to be "the height of the comic man's comic .-achievements when I was a boy. 1 hare Cen even Warren do it at the Boston useum I don't want to say how many "wears ago. Nature ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 December 1899

SATURDAY, DEC, 30, 1899 A CHRISTA\r\"D SURPRISE. Mow a Rejected S tor Cot Even with Mis Successful Kit ?tj*>***^\'' 4**> /*"*"?? O M V B 'i?*rt -^ ' <"- / ^ has written thal he /ml' f &?yfr*jL ?Mfc Christmas ^^ said Mis. Meeltmiid, for tho tenth time. "1 fcit rare that if he could asea be iu duccd to visit our happy little home he would forget that I ?ah?ti ea ted him rather unkindly in eloping with you on the very day which was to have seen me hia bride. To be sure, I left a note saying that' I felt I could never have made him perfect? ly happy. Had he been a magnanimous! person, he would have been satisfied with each a handsome apology?but he was not." "Not at fc*V sighed her husband, "he was most inconsiderate, lie?" "However, a woman's tact has bridged the difficulty, as usual. 1 Batter myself that I did a clever and original thing in naming ?ne of the twins for him. Who would be so THE LID WAS OFF THE BOX AT LAST. apt to appreciate such a compliment aa a rich old b...

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 December 1899

A MERRY CHRISTMAS READ THE FOLLOWIMABLE. Prompt pajment of weekly premiums Insures prompt payment of sick and burial fees. 4> ? , 1f; A HAPPY NEW YEAR. ?uv illbottor^^lboneet^ tbe Beet policy/' ?Bi .FOR NEARLY SEVEN TmH" ?** The Southern Aid Society of Virginia, Home Office: 504 N. Second Street, Cbarterel} feb, 25tb, 1893, in the} Courts of the city of Richmond, has been alleviating the wants of its membei weekly while sick, and drying np the tears of their lcved ones in case of death. TlTni ^ *^ not c^a**m t0 **** t*ne on^v organization of this kind, nor do we claim to be the best; for this would be some-* what egotistic. We say nothing against our contemporaries. We do not allow our agents to speak ill of others , If we know it. We do not expect all of the patronage of the 40,000 colored people in Richmond, nor of the vast number in the State. We do not refer you to any particular persons?or families who have received benefits as this would take too much valuable space. Our wo...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 January 1900

VOI* XVII, NO. 4, KICHMOND, VIRGnsriA,SATURDAY, JANUARY 6,1900 PHICE 5 CE*?TS little 'iieesi' BOY I U3EB TO OWH. BWhile ear people objeel to the m erf the term. 'nigger," atill the aenti anaat eonuined in theae lioei written by Mr. Howell C. Featheretoa, orer helaneea the objeetion and we note witb paeaaure the heartfelt lore felt for "?fcat happy amiling boy I uaed to The father of the author m a member of the Virginia 1,-giale from Cempbell Oo.J I haye snefc e heap of people, end I'to had & heap o' ehums? ?ecd ff llowi, juat aa good aa ever knowo! Bat I're never aeen a Dwtter, aor a truer, kinrier frieud *Bfcan thmt little 'nigger'boy I used to own. Baa hide waa black ?* ehareoal, and kia heart wm juat ai warm ; Me waan't a gT*at philoanpher, but n?Trr theaght no barm ; ?nd tho' to flatier ohilahood maokiod i* iwfii! prrnf. Twm a onninjt Jlttle deril that I to boaa acd own. axe lota of piekaninnie* 'round my old pUntation bome. Bat Al?e, he belonged to me alone. He eould ootru...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 January 1900

[Copyrieht. iSgS. by J. P. Llpplncott Co.] f CHAPTEU X. ?' ? the meeting hoil hr >n the work (ang ont of his ow n plaa , Btaatea would IsWve carrird his m <=sn~e on his tongue. Uta it was, bc heM it more in tltsference, pralting for an opportunity that waa aetrw to come. 4 "Your trip has changrd you till I rleve your fr?c;.ns at home will hard know that it is really you," Miss Xfa-addon said, ln response to a paasing itatnpllment. "You wouldn't have said feat a year ago. You'd just have looked aaaover solemnly, and remarked: 'Hm. ?lo? muat have been out of doora. You itave freckles on your nose.' " ' "t eertainly had a vaat collection of dBaagTeeable traitu," Stanton replied, IsjaelBg bla first opportunity. "rve dia ^snwered aome of them and been making jtetruggle to dislodge them. I'm glad m yo? aee a change, for you knew me sBt my worat, and I'm heartily a&h'amcd &M. Any ehange at all must be for Vatter.* ?^Oh, Mr. Stanton, what an ideal" she " dmed. "Of course I kne...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 January 1900

it ?*wvwkw?vw^*vav*?><4*vayi*v^>,vt>> ' 4 A Mattcr of Signs | C^<ay^a?^<a>^a?^<a?^<a?^<a?^<a?^$ INEVER knew auch impudencel He wouldn't dare to do it il there were a man on the plaee. I am going to take it down thia miaute?** Bha ruahed from the room and the baaging door drowned her mother'a reanonatraace. "CaU her back, Ma tflda. We can't teU what ahe may do. aad it ia unwise to offend Taylor ua aeoeaaarily.** Matllda looked lazily out of the w in daw. "It ia too late, mother. She ia br.lf ?waa* acroaa the eornfield now. G?>. d graoioval ahe ia cUmbing the fjaaua. aad there ia the gate not ten yaxda away." But ten yards was a long distanc* when Jo was in ahurry. Ovrrshe went, aad on breathless, across anoiherfield which ran parallel with the railroad track. At its edge, in full view of paiwv kag trains, was a lerge km, itF away back roof rather the worse for lack of afainglcs, and on one aid# an enornioua red aheet ol canvaa, with atnring whit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 January 1900

rni ,-^r" Publisned ererv Parurdav r?v Jobn Mttche'l. Jr..at Sll >crtli Venith Mreet JOHN MITCHELL. JR . EDITOK. AUr<n n rnirat'rrpirrenoeoforpubllcat'o abonlit be aent so aa to reacb ua by Wednesday. . _^" TERM8 IN ADVAKCX. ? avae Copy, ona yaar,.>.....-.....^.....Bl * Dne Copy.elght montha..._._. 1.08 One Copy, stx montha,._. .8? One?opy,four montha... M> Une Copy, three montha.4t **ng:?- Copy,_.ar ADVKRTIS1NG RATE8. S*oi one tneh.one lnaertlon...^..mmJ y ?For one inch eaoh subae']uen. .usertfoii... a Fortwa lachcs. three mouih?r._m f r? For twolncheu, al'A montha. 10f> y^r two luohen, nine montha. la l> istr two lnchen, tweWr- montha. BOO tfarrl.ace and funoral notlcea.. f> Vtandiug and tranaient notioes per llne. 1 t06TAGl 8TAMP6 OF A T .NOMINATIO^ ?TIGHKR THAN TWO CENTS .OTRBC'vRr >N SCBSCRIPTIONS. aw> 1-BBPLAifrr laiaaned weekly. The gnbacrtp aoa prlee lall.fto a year, tn advance. There are rona wati by which money can h? aent by mallatour rlsk?li>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 January 1900

SATURDAY, JAN. 6. 1900 IASHINGTONLITTER A BRILL1ANT RECEP TION. Friendship of the Diolo matic Corp. WANT A WAR WITH ENGLAND. ?kairman Boutelle's Illness. i fsfrom Onr Regular Oorreepondent.\ Wabbtbotos, D. 0 , Jao. 1,1900. Preaident McKinley'i New Year'* tevae wbb one of the moat blilllant ev ar keld in the White Houae. It began promptly at eleven o'eloek A. M., with tk-a reeeption of the Cabinet and ths diplcmatie eorps, followed by the Jue tae*-*. of the U. 8. Snpreme CJonrt, the jodgea ?-*-? **be U. 5. Court of Olaima, tho Oourt of Appeals, the 8upreme tBonrt ot the Diatriet of Oolombia, ex aaembera of the CaL'iiet, ex Minister a of the U. B.|8enatota and Repreaeaa tlvee, the Oommiaaionsrs and Judieial olleera of the Diatriet of Columbia, of floora of the Army, offleera of the Na ?y, offleera of the alarine eorps, offlo ?ra of the Diatriet of Oolombia Militia, prominent burean offloials of the Ex eaotive Departmenta, the veterana of the Mexioan war, the Grand army of tha Republie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 January 1900

DETECTIVE WHO * DETECTED Phlllp 0. Itubcrt, Jr. CopyrlfM. 1898 J.P. Uppinoon Co. n. Wor a few momc&U I aat dazed at aay diecovery. That, however, was no atate of mlnd for a detective, especiallj ??r a detective who had detected tome thang. Wbat waa I to do? Denounce tkia young girl as a possible thief to the Mbrajy authorities? Such a courae mld put an end to her ehances for pying any more English storiea for aerican uewspapers; but it would ?fctan disgrace, and in all probabilaty it would not result in recovering the $100 that the Gazette bad lost. Moreover, tfc* more I tbought of the girl and her l^easant ways, the less I liked the idca Wm accusiug her of wrongdoing. I pon ?ered the problem for a good hour. Handers* note was in niy pocket. It waa some encouragement to lind that taw handwriting was not a bit like the *a? femanine scrav/l of Miss Ellen Rob tartson. It was perfectly possible that tkia copy of the Londoner might have haen taken out by another person, Dan aars, for...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 January 1900

SATURDAY, JAN, 6, 1900 RHTMES AND RUNE& VTstcsi Peararr Co? to ttartret. !w"h*n Peggy take* her basket up Aad off to market goes. Tm sttipefled wltb wonder at How very tnuch she knows. 8b* makes her way between the stalls And with judlrUl alr Deeides that this Is "so and so" And that Ia "pretty falr." She kr.ows lf flsh are fresh or not. And wlse aa any owl. Bho dtfferentlate* between A calcken and a fowL She thumha ths breastbone of Sho on* Axd pulhi the other's legs; Bbe *qulnts her pretty little eyes To tt st tho new-lald oggs. The veg'tables must be Juot rlght, For with a crlttc'seye Bhe scani them, not lnclined to pass Their Imperfectlons by. . Bbe calls the raarket folks by name: Ah, what a lot ahe knows. When Peagy takes her basket up And off to market goes! Whea Pegg-y does the markcting. My heart with prlde she fllls; I go alonsj. a useless thlng. Exeept to pay the bllls. ?Johnstone Murray, In What to Eat. Deattwy. 8 was osre a great reformer with a purpooe stanrh and t...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 January 1900

SATURl>A\. JAN. 6, 1900. T1E EAMBLER. Doea not the law of Ood that applie toprieata eoneeming their marryini BB8M Old Teatament, apply to ncipt ?Uwai*1*** 'P thi* ChriilleD di'*?>ai ILb eomroon aeeeptatlon of a priei is oneaho miniateia and adminiatei to fcoly thirga?a elergyman. It ia ?SiaTJeolt uatter to prove that a Baptia siethedtat or Preabyterian miniatcr i ?ol * Prieat, althoogh not ao oallnJ Xn Ler 21. we read that a Prieat ahal ?ot take a wife that ia a whore. or prc tane, neither ahall they tak- a woma tut away frrm her huaband, for he i ely unto tbe Lord "Acd he ahall take a wife in her rit tinity, a widow or a divorced womar e* prefane. or a barlot, theae ahall h ?ot take, but be ahall take a rirgin o ata own people to wife. "Neithrr ahall they take for thei Wire* a wid?>w. nor her that ia pu ?way: butthey ahall take maid?na o tne aeeri e f ihe bcu?e of Irrael. nr( Wjd?* thmt h,d ? pn*?t before " Ese NO WIPK 90M H!at. *nua you pereeive that a priest, i BBinister...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 January 1900

VXXL. XVH, NOaiSe RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDA W JANUAEY 13,1900 PRICE 5 CE1NT8 A White Man Lynched A Brutal Murder At Newport News, Virginia. THEOFFICERS Y1ELD UP THE PR1S0NER. Char?ed with a Heinous Crime. No Kffort to Punish the Lynchers. A Ti igic Sceue at the Great Ship-build exs Ceutre. The State Officials Silent, Nawroar Xbstz, Va., Jan. 6.?Snecisl The panishment meted out to W. W. Watts, the white msn who sssaulted Mrs. T. 11. Bimpsoo (white) yesterdsy sfterneoB, was awift and terrible. He was found this morniag in the woods on the edge of the eity, just east af tha Ghasapaake and Ohio junetion, tied by the hands to a ssppling, his body riddled with bullets. THI i?OHT OB DBATH. The rope whioh fastened his hsnds to the tree had slipped down possibly teveral feet, probab!y whil* tbe man was writhing in agoay of death. The body waa in half reeunibent positioa, the feet stretehed out on the ground, the hands in the hempen nooae blue aad elenehed. TJpoa the faee of the man s look ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 January 1900

HX 1 had not told an unblushing false hood when I had said that I knew a man who made umbrellaa. To be pre cise, I knew a man who sold umbrellas, for I had bought umbrella* from him, and fcr aught I knew he might make them himself or at least have them made for him. But it was too late to tunt him up that night. 1 went home ugging that precious umbrella, her Umbrella and her work, and laidit on the table in my little room while I thought over the situation. Within the last six hours the situation had altercd with a ventreance. Six houre before that 1 ssad been intent upon running down ?he person who had victimized the Ga wette to the extent of $100. And now I was intent upon shielding that person, or some one whom 1 supposed to be that person, from the results of her mi&demeanor. At times I could not bring myself ta the belief that she could be the guilty one. Loohi.ig at that umbrella, her wmbrclla, her school umbrella, 1 cudg ?led my brains for explanationsand ex <?B*ses. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 January 1900

r LULLABY. ?**** arp y* haid. my Uttl* ta?y. Hyeah de wla' a-blowla' out ?' eVa. t 7** klok. a*r projick wld de coeafa't. a*s*n fros'U blt yo' Uttle to*a t yo' eyea, an' an 114-4-le up to mammyi VI' me bof* yo' haa ?. I hol' >m tight; 3>aai' you be afe^rd. r.n' 'meuce to trtmsf* ' ?>** os sooa es I blows out de U?ht. Jaaarols 1* a-tn'.ndla' you, my baby. < SVeepln' oft de Bad Maa lads ni?ht. -Wkat d* uao o' beln' skeered o' nuffln' ? ,Toa don* flnk a* da'kuess g-wlne to btte? .^vaot de cracktn' eouc' you hyeah erroun' i you?? ! Iavwsy, ohll*. you tickles me to def !~ Bafa de maa what brtngs de froa\ a BBtatas' Ptetera on de wtnder wld his bref. Tsavminy atn' afeard, you hyeah huh laffln' ? ?o 'way. Mlstah Froa*. you can't come in; Baby aln* ercetvSn' folks dla ever.tn', Reckoa dat you'l! have to cali agln. Carl yo' little toes up so, my poaaum? Vroph, but you's a cunnln' one fu' true!? ?? to aleep, de ang-els ia a-watchln', An* yo* mammy's mlndin' of you, too. ?Paul Laur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 January 1900

Psbllahod every Saturday hv John M ltche'l. ?Jr.. at Bll Nortb Fourth h-treet. ^m"m~m - i ????????? JOHNMITQHELIhJR., editok. An rco mvnici" frns mtenfletl ror puMl -atto should b? eent so aa to reaoh us by Wednesdsy. ' TXBM8 IN ADYANCX. ? SBw* Copy, one year.-.41 .So XBa* Copy.elghi months....._ 1.0B ?9a* Copy, alx months.?._. AS Oie ?opy, fonr months.- AS faeCopy. three months,.4S PBagde Copy_.^. .at ADVKRTIS1NO RATE8. Bafww lnch.one lnsertlon_._...?_._I M Flroef lnch each snbsequent lnsertlon... Bfi Bwtwe iBches, three months...~~-~ SOS IFwr twolnanes, alx months. 1000 t**r two lnehes, nine months. 14 06 t**r two Inchea. tw?lve moath*. B0O0 afariiage and funeral notloea,. 60 atanding aad trauBientn >tlces per llne..... 10 tfOSTAGE 8TAMPS OF A T n-NOMINATION aQGBER THAN TWO CENTS <?OT RKCF?yBD 3BT aUBSCaUPTIOKS. m ttjbPlabbt ls lssued weekly. Thesubscrip ?ton prta> ia *1.50 a year. In advance. There are focb wats by whieh money ean be jsaatt by mail atour rlak?1b a Post O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 January 1900

SATURDAY, IAN. 13. 1^00 IN THE COUNTRY IN THE FALL They are haullng ln the buckwheat From the fleld upon tha hlil, Axd the awollea atreaxa la roarlnx O'er the dam below the mtilX; The rlpened nuta are feMlng And the hunrjy peacocfe'e caJllna* Vor the breekfaat that the gander grabbeS awajr. Whlle the aqutrrels gayty ohattar Aa lf nothing were the matter, And tha gobbler'a gettlr.g fatter Every day. The colts are tn the paature Aad the cowa vclnd o'er the lea; 'All the awaylng- llmbe are naked Where the green rearea used to be; The housewlfe all a-Cutter, fitlrs the bubbUng apple butter, 'With the wood amoka ln her aoetrlls and her eyes; On the llne the waah la gleamlng. Oa tha ateps the dog la dreamlag-, * And. aSajve. a hawk ls screamlog Aa lt fUesI The groae> euaU U restlng On the weather-beaten los. AnC the huntsman from the city Etumblea ttwn through brako and tog; Over roota and over bowlOera, With a palr of achlnx shoullera, B? so?? trudx'ng with hia nfty-dollaj gun. Always...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 January 1900

IBUES FOB DIVORCE. Btrange Matrimonlsl Experience of Mrs. Florence Hardy. aeeled bjr a Mava Baa D14 Xut Waat Her Hlaaaelf, BaiHai Deteraalaea to laajaro a Bival Whoaa Ut D&allaced. LLT . A wife barely five minutea and then jaaprived of the title by the husband Who has promlsed adeathless union is, jaocording to the Chlcago Chronicle, the aheart-suffering experience of Mra. Flor ?aace L. Hardy, of Washington, D. C. The remarkable and pathetic experi came to her five years ago. Mra. Hardy ia now suing for legal divorce 'from her husband, Ueorge M. Hardy. TEvery effort is being made to keep the sVeaaila of the affair from publicity. Tbe Womaa's lawyer will not reveal her anaiden name. The suit was flled in the ?aiatrlct court two weeks ago. The Taatoration of her maiden name is not avaked. So great is her modesty that Cmdlng the suit Mrs. Hardy has im ured herseif at the home of her ?SSants in a quiet country village of alrginia several milea from Washing taaa. At the time of her r...

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