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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 February 1900

PA'S CALENOAR. at came by post?addreaaed ta Pa? A gorgeoua work of art. Whe re palnter'a brush and poet's pera SJentributed a part. ?"Ba an Bhe stores," wrote ArabeUa. "No Sner could b? found; **Aad now. doar Pa, you need not hav* Sad aiinar.acs axoundi" Pa Juat held lt gingerly Aad gaied with tionid awe. hen p'-aced it to the envelope Aad tucked it ln a drawer; Bt when the rest had gone to bed. M* stole oui *>y himself. ad took the musty almanacs oft the kitchtn shelf. "Ba*T covered all the atretch of yeara, Baek to Lwee'a aweet sprlr^ftlde, .When to his humble home h>; brought Aa angel to preside. Aaad each one chroeicled a date Whieh Time bad not effaced; A resiater of Joy and paia SJaon the margin traced. blrtha. the marringes. the d-rsths. They followed, one by one? I>ear little ilves whose light went out ?re they had scarce begun. Arad on the last?all grlef scemetf*imaU Thia greater grief beside? Oa. aaddest. loneliest day of all, TB?e day that Mother dledl "fhey foun...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 February 1900

1 )??e,<s^fver7ilatan1mT *>*" Jobn Mltchsi. _,at 81J North Kourth Street. JOHN MITOHELL, JR . EDITOR AltrnrmBmcationBintenaedrorpuMlcatlo ?hould be sent so aa to reach us bv Wedneeday TXRMS IN ADVAMCK. ***? CoPT. one year...-__?__$1 m One Copy.eight months,.._X.0* One Copy, alx months.._.^.~~~?..^..?^. !m On? Copy, four monthB.?.?.._?....."'."" 88 One Copy, three months..?. - ~ aa Vtngle Copy,..?. *"* *S ADVERTISING RATKS. J"or one lnch.one lnsertlon....^.^....^....j jt For one inch each subeequent uiserUon". J*. For two Inchea, three months,._.. * 00 For twoinabes, slx months.." loon For two lnches, nine months. 14 ? For wo Inchea. tw?We months. 30 ? Bfarriage and fnneral notioee. or otandlng and transient notice* per line... tt POSTAGK STAMPS OF A T-JvOMINATlON atlGHER THAN TWO CKNT8 *OT RSr.KiVRD ON 8UBSCRIPTIONS. a^Jfw^rV. ?l*TO*d w**klT. The subscrip ?ton Price ls 81.80 a year, ln advance. There are roua wavs by whlch money can be Bsmt by mail atonr risk?ln c Poet Offlce ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 February 1900

^^rr SATURDAY, FEB. 3, 1900 DRINK MIXER'S TALE Paid Five Hundred Dollars for a Glass of Whisky. fTnlqne Experience of a Ctaleaara Bar. ateeper?How He Met the Straaarer and How He Reeelvrd a Mn nlflcent Reward. This is the itory of a man who waa paid $500 for one drink of common rye whisky and a few kind words thrown ia on the side. The man who got tha money is a Chicago bartender. He took the $500 and put it in a safety deposit box. It has beeome the nucleus of his little fortune, and he eays he never will part with it until he gets married. He figures thst marriage might have a dis astrous effect on bie accumuiations, but as he doesn't intend to get married, he thinks he is pretty sure of holding on to the money. The $500 bill has been wlthdrawn from circulation, but it ia put on exhibitioti vrhen anybody douhta his story. The man 1b employed in a Chicago re aort Every known device to extract free drinks from an unwilling bar? tender has been workejd_ on this man during a long care...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 February 1900

BBB* KLONDIKE PICTURES. Same Peculiar Pbases of Every-Day LlTe at Dawson City. -J-aahi Crawlari, the Poct-Scorat, ?ow Sella Ien irraa aad Pnta Vp Laaehca ? The Caae "orae ravcr. ISpeclal Correspondence.] TOR1ES of the real life and eon dition of thing. in the Klondike xniuing district drift through about the same reliability and di a-aotx.eas aa news from the Beat of war an South Africa. The Klondike fever is a-adicaily exterminated, it is true, and Bao sjalvanic bsttery on earth is strong taaottgh to resuscitate its germs. Like otaver fevers, it has ruu its course. It oaaimed thousands of victims. Bat tadlons of ventursome and plucky fel Ttows brarcd the dangers of arctie seas and northern eold to hew riches out of the bowels of the f rozea earth or dredge yellow nuggeta from the depths of *-fc-fiy rivers and creeks. And other bat 8B>Jions staked all they had ou mining Sttocks fioated by unscrupulous man ?agers of fraudulent stock compauies. ??t of the huge army of prospectors a...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 February 1900

SATURDAY, KEB, 3, 1900 DARK SIDE 0P LIFE. Strange Hospital Incideat Whlch Furnishes Feod for Thaught. L-eror Bfaaan, Btarri hr avra OIB Col ? r*a 9?rra?', After M-u-aaa-r*a Drata nteaaaaea Hia Rral Valh er'a "ASaptrB Baa. [SpectoJ Washin*rtoa Let tor.] ?I'.RY many strange things hsp pen in large cities, and the teil ing ot them all would flll ?*.?; librsries with stories of resl life, and "of the making of books there would be no end.** The foundling asylums are interest lng places to those who are inclined to retiection and contemplation, be? cause therein we see the beginnings of the lives of men and women who are to take their places in the affaira of the immediate future. No matter how well the waifa may be reareu, they never know the real meaning of the word "home." They see other children with fathers aad mothers, bnt they must live in ignorance of their own aacestry. That one thought alone incites the mind to pity and ebropassion. Men forget their children and de sert their w...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 3 February 1900

SATVKl'A FEB 3. 3900 DOG FOUND HIS SHIP Extraordinary Sagacity Manifested by a Canine Mascot. "ell Overboard Ktfty Mllea from New Orlrana. Bnt Jelnod Hia M-aa xnat-a Two Daya l.alir Io. the l.allrr City. Many years ago, writcs a Now York timrs correspondent, I was the sec ?nd mate on the ehip Cnrolina of Bos ton, commanded by Capt. Stephen Iaemist. He had on board a flne, black, ahaggy Newfoundland dxjg called Nep tuDc. "Nep" was the pet of all handa wa well as of his master. He had the full libcrty of the quarter deck and aometimes availed himself of it by ?arelessly walking about on the tafC emil. We were bound to New Orleans aud were being towed up the Missis aippi in company with four other ?ee aels. "Nep" was walking on the rail, ma was his occasional custoin, when ke unfortunately lost his balance and feU ovtrboard. It was impovsible to etop without disarran^inp the tow, *?hieh the captain of the tug would ?ot consent to do. So Cnp.t Lemist aad the grief-stricken crcw were con...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 February 1900

VOl.. XVII.NO 9, RICHMOND, VIRGNIA, SATURDAY. FEBRUAEY 10,1900 PRICE 5 CENT8 ACROSS THE WA.TERS. t More News From the Philippines. A Stirring Trip on the Moun tains--Holidays Among the Soldiers. COLORED BOYS TRY CONCLUSIONS WITH THEIR WHITE COMRADEvS?AMERICAN COMPANY AMBUSHED?SIX KILLED. 8ab Pbdo, Maqalako, Jbb 1,1600. a h-ppt hiv tbab. New Year dawned thia morning elear and a typical ideal Filipino morning and Mt. Arravat eeemed to wiah ua a happy New Year, aa it arose majestioaliy out of the tropioal pastures. Thia great mountain haa never been per.etrated by foreignere. So Lieutenanta Behenek and Bharon volunteered to take a detaehment of 00 men and go to the top. Aetingaocordinglv, they atarted out at 7 a. m. oc December 80th. I waa one of tbe party. lt waa a difficult nndertaking bt-eauae we had to fiod our own trail. We marohed along the wagon road, leading from here and there, struok a trail that led through a cane Held and thence into the dense acderbrush of the foothilla. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 February 1900

CHAPTER V A Terrible Suspicion. The next few days passed dellghtful tj at Deepdene. Everyone who haa -wpent a Christmaa ln a pleasant eoun? try house, knows what a auccession of fun and galety there ls for those who are incllned to take a part in lt. There Twere to be private tbeatricals on New Year's Day, and the rehearsals kept ns all busy, as well aa provided us with endless merriment. Vera and I had beeome fast friends. Her graee and lovellness had charmed me from the first: and when I found. aa 1 qutckly did, that she had Intellect oal gtfts of a high order, and a sweet Xrankness of disposltlon, I attached wiyself to her whenever I could, with heart y good will. I'm sure I don't know why for I was flwice her age, a great strapplng fellow -nore than six feet high, a mlghty Taunter rather than a drawlng room arallant; and I fear she must have -Pound me a little unpoltshed, lf not ahsolutely rough. I had spent much of my life ln trav ellnar. and had few opporcunltles of acqulrlng ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 February 1900

LVRIC OF THE BUCK-SAW. Ur-r rlck. ur-r raw. Ur-r rlck, ur-r raw! you buckled your baek to an old buck-sawT f-Ia-s you doubled your knee oa a knotti ?tlck (Aad bobhed to the tune of ur-raw?ur-i HckT ?Have you aawed ttll your eyeball* *o*Elec and popped. ,'Tt_ your heart aeemed lead and youi i breath waa stopped? Have you yeaked her up aad yawked hei . down, f?As doleful a lad as there waa tn tewuT ?" ?? **? c?n talk of the back-bent woe Tbat followed the youugsters of long ago. ,A_. urban chap with your anthraclte Pass on. for yon caanot fathom. quite. ^e talk that I made with thia other chap Who got no cudd'.ing ln oomfort's lap Toaani acarcely follow me when I sing 0? tho rasplng buck-saw's danct .* aprlng. JW the rugged rhythm 1* fasbloned for Taa ear that remembers ar-r rlck. ur-r m m Ur-r raw. ur-r rlck Ur-r raw. ir-r rlck! Ve pecked at our mountain atlok by etick. Osr dad was a man who was mlghty good Ia gettlng the women folks lota of wood. Aad as aoon aa sleddlng came on to s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 February 1900

Pu bllshsd every Satorday by John Mltcuel, Jr at 811 North Fourth Street. JOHN MITOHELL. JR., EDITOR. All cosnniamcatlonsmtendedforpublieatlo shoald be aent so as to reaoh us by _Wedneaday._ TKRMS IN ADVANCX. **-*.* Copy, one yeer,....,._~?.~__-.Jl.au Oae Copy,eight months...... 1.08 One Copy, alx months.?. .80 One Copy, four months.~ AO ?neCopy, three months,.40 W-igle Copy,-.-08 ADVIBTISING RAT28. For one lnch. one lnsertlon...__,_4 9C For oae lnch eavch Bubeequent lnsertlon... t* Fortwe laehes, three months,..~~... SOO For two Inchea, six months. 1000 For two Inchea, nine months.. 14 * ?or two inchea, twelre months...... BOCtf Marriage and funeral notice*. BC Standlng snd translent notloes per line. 1( POSTAGX STAMPS OF A I-.NOMINATION HIGHE&THAN TWOCKNTS <OTBKCKIVT*E *>K SUB8CEIPTION8. rasPuiBXT 1* lssued weekly. The subscrip Mon price ls II.W a year. in advance. There are roua ways by whlch money ean b* sent by maJlat our risk?ls u. Post Offlce Money Order; by Bank Ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 February 1900

SATURDAY, FEB. 10. 1900 A MULE TRAIN CHARGE. It Waui m. Bold Move, Bat It Dellv ?rr_ the A-uaaitloa AU RlKht The eharge took plaee at Gettyaburg the first day. I was ordnance eergeant. Tha ordance offioer let me look after the ammuttition for one of Gen. Reynolda' diviaiona while he joined the general in the advance against the enemy. The aame thing had been done by other ord? nance officera in time of battle, and I bad learned to depend upon my own resources. At the sound of Bu ford's balteries I had the train, consist ing of 34 wago_B, loaded with fixed am munitaon, pull out of the meadow and atarted for Gettysburg on the Em xoettabnrg pike. "When we bad gone about half amile the division quartermaster came tear ing up the road after us. In a atate of intenee excitement be demanded that the train be halted, and when that was done addressed me in these worda " 'Sergeant, where is Lieut, Rogera, the ordnance ofricer?* " 'He is with Gen. Wadswortb, on the field.' - THd he tell you to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 February 1900

AHE FULL OF FIGHT. Moraaons Will Engage in a Titanic Struggle for Existence. ?.*?*** of Ttaelr Fafth Hat Kally Ca. aaratooa oj Eaattra Peaple -H.lTBamy tha Keyatane ?f the Charch. (Speclal Salt Lake Citj Letter.] TO EASTEJRN people It no doubt seems very stracgethat theMor mon chureh has such a strong* ?sold upon ita members, especially the wrosnen. Thereln lies its greatest pow ?**% There are fewer female thsn msle Sapo6tates, and not many of either. The aocret of the power of the chureh over ?seonaen is found in the "Book of Mor *anon,'' whieh teaches that a woman'* chances for eternal glory depend upon th* number of wives her husband has. If her husbsnd haa only two or three ?wives he does not stand so well as he ?arbo has seven or eight. In taking these "wives the husband is. aocordiugto these *a>aneful teachlngs, obeylng tbe Divine Boommand, snd, through him, his wives -reccive salvation. An unmarried per sjoo. especially a woman, is held to be of little consequence in this ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 February 1900

SATURDAY, PEB, 3, 1900 60MB HISTORIC BOOKS. BTaa laarfgcat. taa SmaJleat aad tha Moat Valaakle Volamee ta tha WorlaV '. Queen Victoria possesaes the Largest oonnd book ever made. It weigha 64 pounds and ia 18 inchea thick. The most valuable book in the world ttbe Hebraio Bible. At tha Vaticen, 1613, the Jewa tried to buy it of Pope Juliua H. for its weight Ln gold. *lt ia so large and heavy that two men ?san hardly Mft it, and it would have brought $100,000 ii the pope had con aented to part with. it. The smalleat book in the world is not much larger than a man's thumb nail. It was made ln ItaJy. It is fo*ur tentha of an inoh long and about a quarter of an inch wide. It contains 208 pages, each having nine linea, and from 95 to 100 Ietters. The text of a letter?before unpublished ? written by the famous inventor of the pendu lum clock to Mme. Christlne. of Lor raine, ln 1515. The next amaUest book la an edition of Dantea "Divine Oom edy," and it ia a little less than an Lnch wide, w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 10 February 1900

SATIRIA^ FEB. 10, 1900 THE POWER OF THE TRUTH. **?*? Hopflria Llvr. Have B*roa? li>?utlfnl. Hnnorablr, Krultful aad Fragraat. To discover the truth ia the chief em BBloymeut of human life. The thco togiaii studies it that he may hold and proilaim correct beliefs. But he La SBat the only one. as so many seem do ?uppose. who is sceking truth. The ts-aenlist is equally eager in his pursuit ?1 it, so that he mav know the facts ?about astrouomy, biologyor something alae. The banker is no less eager for 8t, or his operations in finance will net aim loss instead of piotit. The carpen t?r makes hiscareful measurements be aause he knows well that unless his evngles be true his building will injure Thia reputation The farmer plows and soas and breeds cattle with careful rocognition of what experience has tsvught to be true la regnrd to his occu -pation. Each and all of us tries con tinually to make wise use of such truth st* we possess and to add to our knowl adge of it. Even iiuposters an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 February 1900

TOL. XVII, NO 10, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1900 PRICE 5 CENTS HOT WORK FOR TWENTY-FIFTH. Fighting in Ambush. Climbing a Mountain ? The Humming of Bullets. A RICHMOND BOY'S THRILLING EXPERIENCE? THE BRAVERY OF THE COLORED TROOPS. Maoa-ABO, P. I., Jan. 7, 1900. Cannon in front ot them, cannon be hiad them, ean.on on right of them, eaxtnon on left of them thundered and roared, bat yet rode on the six hun? dred. So aaid Tennyson in hisdeserip tion of the eharge of Bala-leva. That was at the middle of the 19th eentury. Tke d_wn of the 20th bringa things ta ad)ff?rent light. Vferfere is now modern and the heavy Remingtan flre to whish tha 36th was subjeeted laat Friday almost remioded ona ot Tenny sob'b above deaeription. 8inee Lieut. Scbneek made tha as sent of Mt. Arrayat. searehing for a rear entranee into the insurgenta' mountain strcnghold e<-.meneed. sev eral reoonnoitere have been made but in vain until last Tharaday when Lieat. Martin witn a d-ta'chment o' B Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 February 1900

M OI0.37H CHAJPTEK VII. What I Saw in the Corridor. For some time I knelt beaide the llfe leas body of my poor dog. X rubbed hia faat-stlffenlng form ln unavalllng at tempts to restore him; and, when I had to own that all waa over, I silently reg istered. a vow th&t Beatrlce Gramont should answer to me for this last foul deed. It may seera unnatural, but my hor Tdr and Indignation against her were roueed to a far higher pltch by the death of my dog than they had been by the murder of a human being. Then I had been wllllng to believe ahe waa a wronged woman. and, that. posatbly the fatal shot had been flred when she was maddened by her wrongs. But the death of my poor Nero had been fouJly dellberate. She had stolen out By night. stealthlly and of aet pur? pose. te poison him. and for this, ln my heart of hearts. I vowed to be revenged. I would make her suffer, even though lt were not publlcly. She should sufTer an the tortures of suspense and dread even though. ln the end, I must...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 February 1900

"KINDER BLUE." ?tn*t n* atory book worth while, n*r poetry ner auch: f't-Aaaer don't know what f do. th" world'* ?o outer touch; Tofaaaher's skaerae a rellah. too. no mat? ter what's th' brcw, An' **' world ls one big desert When a. feUer'a A f.M-lin" Kinder blue! A claar aky doesn't matter. fer lt doesn't Beom Jea." right, Aa* Sh' Bun gits outer kllter ln a-klnder anarky light; An* taV blrda they Jes' won't whlstl* th* aongs they uster do. Aa' Sk' world is one hia deacrt When a feller'a A feelin' Ktnder blue! Plagtie on lt! th' groc'ry store aeema Ukc a atiurch l' you. Aa* yer collar aeta oneasy an* a-plnchin' goe* yer shoe: Aa* yer don't laugh at them storles jes' nks yer uster do: Ao* Bh' world ia ona big desert When a feller'a A feelin Kinder blue! Th' *ag. too. mopea in sympathy. th' houae aeema like a barn. ***** woraln aln't r*o us* fer you. they hev ao much t' darn; An* **Uncle Tom" an' "Topay" ls a torture to go through, Aa' th' world la one big desert When a feller'a A fee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 February 1900

_*? \; ? Pub Hehod erery Batnrda- by Jobn Mltctie 1 Jr. at sll Nortn Fourth atreet. ~~JOHN MirOHELL, JR EDTTO** ?11 oomm-mrationa mtenfled 'or publlcatlon '?ald be aent ao aa to reaeh ua by Weflnaaday._ TXRMS IN ADVANCK. ?i Copy,one year.-?.-. tl ... S__a Copy,eight moi.tha,_._^?. _os S*_o Copy, alx montha.___?._.^._m B>B9 Copy, fonr montha._?._... m -*? Copy. three montha,._.? .. ?c I ?iglc Copy?._.? *" ADVERTISING RATK8. "BTor one lnch, one tnaart.irm , ,,,.,., t_t, y 9*or one lnch each aubsoquentinaertloa... %. <Tortw_ 1-ches, three monthn?.mmm 6 00 -"?r twolnahea, alx montha. 10oo *"?r two lnehea, nine montha._.?.. 14 06 a^or two lnehea, tw-lre montha. 10 00 **Tarrtage and funeral nottcee. K -ttaatd-ng and translent notloea per line..... H _*?8TAOE 8TAMPS OF A T -.NOMINATIOK WVL -HER THAN TWO CBNTS >OT RE^KIVKT ?iJ SUBSCRIPTIONS. V_?Pl_hbt ia laaned weekly. Tbe aubsciip ?_ro_ prtoe la 81.50 a year. in adranoe. There are roua rirt by whlch money ean b? ?aat by mall atour...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 February 1900

SATURDAY. FEB. 17 1900 PAIBGYIIO'S TO THE SOUTH. fBY TBB OaiOIBAI. TH3MAB YoTJBQ ] Jarrsa-oB Crrr, Mo., Jan. 12, 1900. Aa thia is mv flrat time in life, to give you my prefseee: Since I have bean leboring in ihe public fielda of life, io writing thia artiole for publi estion, I eoald no* think how I could ressh the hesrta of my ."brothera and eiaUra" of the South any better than "Panpgyrioing the Southern Heroea and Heroine's Oolaboratora." I will speak boldly to the public at large without axsgeratiog the leaat bit, from what I have aeen and resd aiaae I hsve been travelling from one plaea tn another. 1 have my flrat time yet to beo jme sshsmed of being a aon from the Rrjmny South. Not only my* eelf should feel proud for being a son from the South; but every one that ia true and loysl to the raee. Let them be Heaperiao or HTPerboresn birthed, thay all should feel themsalves obli gated to the South. My reason for sp?aking ao plain in reading the volume of the 184, "Thoughts, Doinga ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 17 February 1900

OLD SOLOMON. < r of How a Llttla Girl Saved Hli frora Rala la tbe Vtllaac Al? Hoarac. *ai?*X Just aa the chureh bell struck eight aVdock old Solomou Fane, the cob ?aaer, emerged from his little cottage aad proceeded in the direetion of the village ale house. Solomon had been tm the habit of atarting ou this same Ja-arney at precisely the same hour aB-ery evening for the last flve years or ao. Drink had become nll in all to the old man since the death of his little daughter Winnie. Already a wid ower, he then had no home ties of any kind, and it was to forget his misery, ao he said, that he had taken to fre ?|aenting the "(.'reen Ma;.." Not tbat you would have thought his visits ?there really had made him forget his "isery, had you seen him this eveu *; for, indeed, his face wore a worn downcast look, such as you may aften have observed in those wbo in their heart of hearts conceal a bittet* aorrow. When he had come to the "Green Man" the old cobbler paused and laoked at the place...

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