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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 February 1900

SATUatDAY. FEB, 17 1900 -' i ?*?**?*?*? GREGORY. ?early Ralaed Hlmaelf by Drlak al Oolleare Bat Ood Gave IUraa Another Chju.cc. Gregory awoke. This was his dingy bed in the boarding house, but the mat tress was like a bed of coals; the air that he berathed was flaxne. "What's the matter?** he tried to aay, but the worda were faiut and thlck. The landlady, paler aud* tnore anxlous even than usual, and the old doctor, who looked after the college men when they were ill, stood besid* the bed. "Bnt I am not ill! I never was ill in tty life!" Gregory tried to get out ol bed, but he found he could hardly draw his breath. The doctor's red face be gavn to grow dim and far-off. **I have telegraphed his mother," said the landlady. "She cannot get here till morning." **He may not know her," the old man aaid. "It is a sharp attack. A yea? ago he could have thrown it off, but now I fear? ** **Y ee. He hss been drinking* hard for months," sighed the landlady. A year ago he could have thrown lt of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 February 1900

SATURl>A\ PEB. 17,1900 tb Drive Their Enemies Frora the Colesberg District, 1-ORD R0BERT8 THKEATSKXD. 4"***-? aWer Maatrry af tho Dlavrfre* Haa Catoaed a V* lda> *?rrad af laaurvaa ****** flancral Hullrra Iulratluaa a* Preaaat tck.owa. London, Feb. 14.?Tha new* ?t the ?aay ls th* enforced retlrement of ths British from the Colesberg district. mader heavy Boer prassur*. and- prob ahly after bri*k flghting. Thus. at a time when Lord Roberts is apparently about to push an army Into tae Free atate ths Boers make a counter stroke, aa unknov.11, but seemingly great forca. Baot far from the vital line of railway aonnecting De Aar and Oranga Rlver. Milltary ubservers db not regard thia ?aa more than a menaca. Nevertuelesa, tha news produces an unpleasant lm --ression here. General French had aaaneuvered the Boers out of Rens a-arg in Deoember. On Jaa. 1 it waa ?reported that he could take Colesberg aa two days, with relnforcements. Theee were sent, but the Boers also w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 February 1900

V0LXV1I,N0 11, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA SATURDAY FEBRUxVRY 24,1800 PRICE 5CEN TS DR. JONES ON EDUCATION. Prof. Diggs Scores Nor? mal School Tf.achers. Mr. Wright Takes Side Issue. CAN'T 8TUDY MEN AND BOOK8 TOO. A Stcmy Seene At a Lyeeum Meeting TbeCitiseia' Lyeeum met Thurad-y night 16th inat . at the Leigh St. _L E. Chureh with Mr. J. Andrew Bowler ia the chair ar d quite a large aadienee waa preeent. Tne exeteiBes whieh were both interesting and instruetive grew very exetting at timea. In faet, ao warm did things wax that one epeak er weat ao far as to admit hia exueeta tine of being "heli up" for what he was about to Bay. At this meeting, an ineident. the uufortunate studentB of the greduat ing elass of the Normal School waa handled wi h gloves tlT. The main tnpic of the meeting waa a Jaoer retd by ProfeBSor Joseph E. ones on "Edueation." The paper whieh was as much inspiring as it was instruetive showed tbat tbe readerhad given the mbj-et deep thought and undirtded attention. Prof. Jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 February 1900

CHAJPTER Vn_ Brought to Bay. 1-avlng arrived at thia dectslon. I ^remt baek to my bedroom, and tried way hardaat te get to sleep. for I knew *h?w lmportant lt waa that X ahould ba ?^rall and strong upoa tha morrow. At laat. and after many lneffectnal etttempta. X did fall aaleep, and alept ?a aonndlr that tha breakfast-srong wraa aoundlng when I awoke. I waa de JBghted to find my eold nearly cured, *_&. dreeslng hurriedly, 1 went down tst?Ira. where ihe very flrst person I aaw waa Lady Gramont. She waa atandtng at tha door of tha breakfast room, holdlng ln her arms a -tfaay Miltese terrter of Lady Mallory'a 4R_e was fondling it tenderly, presslng ??r lips to ite little body. and calllng 3t the most endcarlng names. I thought a_ my poor Nero. and amlled grlmly. **Tou are fond of dogs, Lady Gra SBBont"** I aaid, as I cama up to her. For tha life of me. I could not have ^ivolded giving her that home-thrust. tt told. I aaw her cheeks flush like a "f-BBw Sha could not look ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 February 1900

THE SWTEETEST MUSICX aTaa raajr talk abaut yaur atagla aa' I wtt'i dlspuie a thing, *a*at give to tne tha aauaao that my raothet waed to -4a?! Tla* alngiQ- that U t?ald for ah* a*vcr ever. heard. Aa* bar vole* ran* *?t *s nrecJy a* the eangin" of a bird. .waco I was tlrea aa' ateepy sh*** waah m? clean an' sweet ? A*r* tmime ttght. aa' tuck aay gown arouod my little feel. Aa' rock aa' rock. while wlth hev voice the old houae used to ring. Tatl adcep. Ilke balm aaacaaded. aa I hear* asj* mother atag. I hatleve th* sweetest aaaalc wa ahall h*-ai _ around tbe tbrvue W10 come frona Juat auoh harable BSMia bard-worked an* unknowa. ,**"aey oould alng a hyaaa I* meetin' a*' alnu a chlld to sieep, Bat all the extra muato. la their hear - they had to keep. Tfsey aang the aonga the old folks laved aa avenlng shadea came dowa ?9wa?ter thaa all th* operaa they advertlac I* town. x**a may talk abaut your aiagla' aa' I wan't dtspute a word. Bs?t my mother sang th* Bweetest aong* my eara have ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 February 1900

4 u i li-t ed everv Fatorday by Jcrn Mltcbel at Sll North Fourth Street. JOHN MI rOBELL, JR . EDITOR. All eomrnnnicatlona tntended for purdlcatlon ahould be aent ao aa to reach ua by _Werineadav._ " TERMS IN ADVANCE. * ?ne Copy, one year,..______..............fi sn One Copy,eight monthav._ l.os One Copy, alx montha. .as One Copy. four montha,.-._..80 tne Copy, three montha._.40 Single Copy_. ADVK-TTSING &ATXB. For one lneh. one lnaertlon...__..._._._.4 _o For one lnch each anbaequent iusertlon... 16 For two lnchee. three mon ths,.._.. 8 oo For two lnehea, alx montha._1000 For two lnchee, nlne montha. 14 00 For two lnchee, tw-lre montha. S0 00 Marriage and funeral notieea. 80 Standlng and translent notieea per line. 10 POSTAQE STAMP8 OF A T -.NOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENT9 nOT RECEIVED 9V BUBSCRIPTTONS. t_gPLAK_T la iBftued weekly. Tbe aubecrtp Mon prloe 1.81.60 a year.ln advanoe. There are rona wats by whlch mcney oan be aent by mail at our riak?ln _ Poat OfBce Money O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 February 1900

SATURDAY, FEB. 24 1900 * AUIIT" Ofl.ITTT'8 BB8TJNG PLAO E She haa eroased the atream of aorrow. To tresd another shore, Wkere all ia light and aunahine. Out of atorm forevermore. Dust now erowna her obilly brow, 8ha ia numbered with the dead; In Hollywood, har body liea, To periah among the duat we tread. Near the tomb of Tefferaon Davis, Tha aon of Confederate fame, Ia ehiaeled there, in marble fair, "Aunt" Oritty'a cheriehed name. And the weeping willow of Hollvwood Wavea o'er a new made grsve, Not thst of a Oonfederate dead, But of a former slave. The famiiy ahe so fsithfully rearsd, Saw her body laid to rest; The hands tbat she hss alwaya loved Plaeed flowera on her breaat. Tbose tender handa will alwaya atrew, Fiowera o'er that hallowed spot, And not while memory holda her aeat Shall Oritty be forgot. ?Bsnj E Robibbon, TJ. 8. N. Trsining Station, Feb. 19,1900. Newport. R. I. flASHINGTOH LETTER a _____ President HcKmley's Con cesslon. THE QUAY CONTEST. Ihe Trouble ln South Afric...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 February 1900

ONLY A DRUNKARD. ***-aly a drunkard! a pltlful thing-. **Yao*e rough. ragged raimant ao cloaely doth cllng BT* the rum-stricken form: whlla the wln try wind* rave WTIth the moans that wlU eoho ao aooa round his grave. TTet plty hlra now for the sake of the day* When hia feet followed frea ln the happleat way*. Aad the marka on the flne open feature*. were not i akeleton brand of a sln-aaddened sot. "Think of the time, ere the world drove him wi'.d, **Vben he lovlngly laughed aa aa lnnocent chlld: ? mother prayed over him, over him wept. Taught him while waklng and watched while he sl.-pt, Ta**) crown him with culture. toiiod early and late. A-ad dreamed of a manhood both honored and great. ??caebody's dar'.ine;, somebody'a Joy, aT-auaebody'a brother, somebody'a boy, tto-anebody's hero. somebody'a love, Worshrped aa next to the ldaster above. C-allege frienda flattered hbn, happy and *V*V. ** ?TJoiiquering obstaclea day after day? Wflnnlng ln wisdom the rich golden graia. stasy to hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 February 1900

ttH-'W SATURDAY. FEB. 2. 1900 MY FATHERS HOUSE. -fy Father _ Honae. not made with Baa4a Above the empyrean stands: Its eaplanade's the Mllky Way Where up and down the angelsstray; Its rooms are Jeweled with the stars, With Saturn. Jupiter and Mars: Its borders glrt with cryatsl aeaa; Its portico'a tha Pleladea; Of falrest asure ls its dome. sW splendld ls any Father _ Horael afy Fathar's Houae fs alao here In thia famlliar lower aphere; For Nature with Its amlllng graee Is but the llgMlng of Hia faca Ce&firmed ls this dlvine bellef By every gently stlrrln* leaf, Or murmuring wavelat of ths sea Whlch bears a thought of God to me; The ristng of each new-born day Frccialma my God's net far away. *But I must havs Him nearer still If walling Joy my heart would __, For Him my Inmost soul doth ery, Star-girdled God. to me draw nl?h! _f y prsyr the King of Heaven heara, In graee He at my aide appears; He comea and supa with me and mtaa Aad of my heart He makes a shrlns. A mlRhtl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 February 1900

?X\t S._TURl>A \ PBB. 24, 19 00 KENTLTIOTERNORS Their Attorneys Are Conforring on ithe Legal Contest. THE DEMOORATIO LEGISLATOES, Sm Joint x.?slon. Kn<in.<l thr For _n*r l'rof?-<-di ii_n *-__-_aaa Drrlarri Beekliuui (.ntiriior, bat the Ilopub lioun __BB____a Dee_Ute t?? .ttmd. Frankfort. Ky , Feb. 21.?The attor? neys for Taylor and Heckham are hold ?i_ a joint eonfeience for the purpose of dlscussing prcpositlons to settle whlch of the two injunction auits re lating to the contest over the governor ship shall have prccedence on the con Bolidation of both cases. in order to avoid a clash between courts over the (.uestion of Jurisdiction. The Beek ham suit is set for hearlng before Judge Cantrlll at Georgetown Friday. and the attorneys will attompt to agree upon a plan of aetion and farts form lng the basis of the suit and as to what judge the asreed case shall be tried before. The Democratic ni. nibers of the two hotws of tha legislature me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 March 1900

V0I_XVII,NO12, KICHMOND, VIRGINIA SATURDAY MARCH 3,1900 PRICE 5 CE-N TS M1LLI0N DOLLAR BLAZE With Possible Loss of Life in the i Metropol.8 of New Jersey. FIBEMEN FIOHT IOE AND FLAME. -T-r!lll_ar Itrapnr of thr- Snpfrlatead* ?at of a Drpartmoal Store Whrrp tbr Fire Orl_lnatc_?Taken From a Laddrr With Hia (lothlnic on Flre. Newark. N. J., Feb. 28.?The greatest flre thia city ever experlenced swept through the retail dry goods district last night. destroying a score or more buildings. The loss ls estlmated at over $1,000,000. Several lives may have been lost and several persons were badly burned. The flre started ln W. V. Snyder's department store. at Broad nd Cedar streets. The stock in this Btore was valued at 6500,000. and noth? ing was saved. The building was burn? ed to the ground. The fire broke out about 6:20 p. m., after the several hundred employea had left the building, whlch was then taken eharge of by a number of sweepers. It la thought that some of the engine room force a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 March 1900

CHAPTER IX ln the Ruined Mill. lt may be supposed that it waa no 8arprl*e to me to hear when, half an k*ur later, I walked Into the dinin.r r*om. that Lady Gramont had a head? ache. and would rather not come down Btairs that evening. It would have* a-srprlsed me very much lf *he had ap peered. What her state of mind might a** I could not guesn; but, at any rate. I was qulte certain she could be ln no aandttlon to mlngle wlth Lady Mal lary's tcuest* that night. When we went Into the drawing room. I found Vera there, looklng *o aweet and falr. In her white frock, wlth faint roses tlntlng her cheeks. and a *reamy light ln her soft, hazel eyes. that my heart melted. and I felt I would irladly have given every penny I possessed ln the world to have been spared the knowledge of her mother's erimes. I did not go and sit beside her. as usual. I felt I could not. Her sweet eyes rested on me wlth something of re proachfulness. and. after sttting in sll ance over a book for nearly an hour, sh*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 March 1900

HER L-TTLE BOY. ("Aiwaya a UtUe boy. ta ber. * Wa matter how old be's (rava, swer ayea are bllnd to the atranda af grwy She's deaf to hia maoly ten*. **Ua voice la tbe same aa the day ha ______ ******?? makea the old cat purrT** .?ear and ever he'a just Ua* saoae? ? UiUe b?y, lo her. r"A!waye a Uttla boy. ta ber." ?ha heeds not the ilnea of care rbat furrow his face?to her It la stal Aa it waa ln hia boyhood. fair. 0*B_e hopea and hta Joys tn as dear ta bar Ae they were tn hls small-boy daya 8__ never chanaes; to her he'a atlU ? "My Uttle boy." sho ?ays. ?"-aJwaya a little boy. ta her." -_____? ** h,n* ?be'B the mother faar. j*S-*1th tba ?_u_hla_ eyea aad the ebeeriai ?aalle SK tbe boyhood daya baek thera. s__?k tbere. aoraewhere la tbe natst _? foArm? Baek tbere with the chlldlah Joy. i"?'*? ta ber be Is never tbe maa wa aee, ' Baa aiwaya "her Uulj boy." a__i yeara r*"AJwaya a little bey. to her." Tba cea-elesa march of tbe,., ?_*-?- raptdly by. but Ita drumbeais _8B B_-e ever they...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 March 1900

rullahad every Pnrurrtav bv John Mitchell Jr .at Sll North Fourth Street. JOHN MITCHELL, JR , EDITOR. in coraraunicattons mtended ror pabllcatlon ahould be aent ao as to re_c_ tu by Wednesdav. T-RM8 IN ADVANC-S. " __? Copy,one year...,,,?,, Jlj. One Cupy, eight r?o_tb__.~-______._._._. 1.08 One Copy, six montha.._.___..??__.... j* One Copy, foar mon__s,......_.__....._ .80 Bne Copy. three months,..48 Td-tffle Copy-.._. .a* ADVKRTI81NG BATKB. _f_raee lnoB,one tnaartion ...,,,........ J _"or oae lnch each aubeequent inser tion... 'For tva taehes, three montha,.._____ 8 00 Fot two lnshee, alx montha. 1000 For two lnehea, nlne montha.. 14 00 Fot two lnehea, twelve montha.-.80 00 Marriage snd funeral notlosa,. 80 ________ and tranalent notlees per line..... 10 FOSTAQK 8TAMP8 OF A _ -NOMINATION -.IQHBR THAN TWO CKNTS SOT BJECTCIVBD ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. t -bPlanxt la laaued weekly. The aubecrip Bofl prlce la 81.80 s year. la sdvanoe. Tbere are ro.a wats by whlch money ean be BBut by msll stou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 March 1900

SATURDAY, MARCH 3,1900 0DETO ETEIOPHIA [Written for the Planet] Our pride, our joy, and our auprtme delight? The saered boon in whieh our souls nnite; Thou who tne aoourg. of ages has with stood. Reaerving truth and honor in thy blood; Whoae aons and daughtera people every land j Thou wbo dost shaks the nationa with thy hand; The gift of God?Proud Ethiopia, The pride of peaoe.aed yet the strength of war, Ineline. we pray, thy mighty head to hesr; While our weak voioe begs leave to bring thee oheer. Full many a year haa closed ita dying eyea; Fall many a sun haa crept acroaa the ____* Full many a tribe haa come, expired and gone, Sinee thine illuatrious march was flrst begun. To every league of thy great continent* To utmoet vergea of the Orient, Through Europe'e main of many thoua and milea, Aeress the seas eonneoling varioua ialea, Thenee, to the Weat, where thriva yam and eorn, Thy path haa been; and still thoa msrehest on. Thou haa run well; not vain ia all thy past; Those miaty ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 March 1900

STORY OF LINCOLN'S DEATH. I C-loa Offlrrr Caa. to Bo at **e lTt?? g_t_Hl_ll*_ Bedalda. Oaptw Ma-C_erruont, ?_f the Eleventb Hew York cavalry, haa the distinction .ed* Taaving been cotinected with the frreat tragedy of the war?the as_a_ -i?ation of President Lincoln. I "ln November of '_4." he said, "w? _?__ been sent out from Baton Rouge io eapture some coafedcrate guns that we knew were not far away, and I, with adx men who had Tolunteered to help aae wipe out some bushwhackers who wrtjre ahooting- at us, were cut off from -B-tr oomrades by aome confederate cav ?t-try **Two of the six men with me weri a-Uled and my horae was shot and fel arpon me. so that I waa easily taken p-isoner. **My exchange bad just been effected a__d on the day Lincoln was shot I had S?_t <pn my lieutenant'- uniform for the __t-t time. ?There was an illumination ln Wash i__lon that night, and ln the erowd any pocketbook, containing my ex ?bangv papers, some letters from Grant au-d other valuable ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 March 1900

SATURDAY. MARCH. 4 1900 PORTER IS BEWILDERED. rromm Itrrast Ibr.i* ta C_na?-_ _e?_ Aufrlrta Idraa af W ?-_ SV-*a iBBorlaita. A Bavaaa eorrtspondeat says thaf 1th all tbe auperficial gallantry to rard tbe fair aex with whieh the Cabaa '?nd the Spaniah are endowed. there la sized a peeuliar diaregard and mla Iruat whieh. to say tbe least, la very itraeg. te Ameriraa or Knglisb ideaa Thra very week aa Ameriean family t-sad aa experience wbicb ahowed ia a jjbumorona way both theSpanlard'a mia rtrust ef womea sad hia own sense oi loyalty to hia employer. Whea th? _-OI_DlNQ TTTJI _r__J_TAL.K LKTTKR ;*_e_sehold waa firat estabiiahed In Ha 'vana, tbe good bousewife, to the mind l_r_ tbe deep-chestrd Spaniah porter, waa ?_u? utter nooenitj. When ahe ordered tae* of aa afteraoon the porter ran ta iT-er husband to see if ahe might have it, {?ad when one day she sent him for a .bottle of cognae hia report to the but jband waa of auch a character tbat ths [latter once and for all established bii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 March 1900

SATURDAY, MARCH 3 1900 WASHINGTON LETTER THE FINANC1AL BILL. Trouble with the Tariff MR. GORMAN'S INFLU ENCE. Senator Edmund's Position? TheJQuay Case. RBIATOR TILLMAK'S OBJEOTION. From Our Regular Gorreapondent.) Washington. Feb. 26, 1900. The Finanoial Bill agreed upon by the Houid and Senate Ooofereaee eom? mittee, whieh wi!l probably beeome a law without further change. is oonsid ered a stronger measure than wss eith tor the House or Seoate bill. There waa atno time during the oonferenee aay differenoe between the republioan eonferees as to the objeot sought?to give the United States the best finan? oial syatem and the highest credit; the waek's diseussic n was oa how beat to ao-omplish tbat, and the result is _____ eess, aud an improvement upon the billi as pasaed by the two branohes cf Oongreg". Senator Aldrioh will, od w ? ln-'stl.? of ihiB week, make a *de t ? ed p-?tei.)Mi,t of the work of tha O-riir-reer, explaiuing why ohanges were made, and on Thursday the Sen? ate will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 March 1900

V0LXVII,N0 13, KICHMOND,VLRGINIA SATURDAY MARCH 10,1900 PRICESCE^rS FILIPINOS F1GHT1NG. COLORED TROOPS KEPT MOVINQ. The War Not Ended.?Gar risons Surrounded. A GRAPHIC ACCOUNTOPTHE HEROIC EFFORTS OF AMERICAN SOLD1ERS. FcBio, P. I., Jan 23, 99. We arrived leat t'ueaday and found thia to be thf ahabbieet town I hare aeen. There ia plenty o( aelt air. being situated oo Subig bay and thu little guDboata of the Moiquito fl >et are eontinually patrolling nack and fortb. There ia plenty ot wurk getting the In eurgenta out of the mountainr. 8enday. Lieut. Rchenek took out hia aoouta, 89 Btrong, and travereed 42 mileaof territory in the round-trip, retarning Monday aftemooo. They had an engagemenl with aboat twa hundred ineurgentB, tchom they put to flight in about flre minutea One eompai y of the 48th. who at?rt ed out with tbetn left, taking anothar route and eame opon the i?nemy uerx peetedly and had quite a liveiy time The* flneJly auceeeded in putting the enemj on therun afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 March 1900

By i-URfiY VvboD Reynolds CHAPTER 1. "Hullo. old chnp! \Ylu> would ever have thosjgfftt of Keeinj; yoa here to night? What** broiiKlit yon l>:nk to ci vllizatiou again?" I It was the night of Cbristnias Kvc. and 1 waa Just eutering th* lobby of 8t. Jntn?*K's Theatre. ! For the fraetlon of a moment l could hot renietnber where I had known the man who addressed ne so jovially. Ete was a rich minlng king from Cotafrndo, uanu-d Harvey Farnhain. whom 1 had met in Denver when I had !mmi dawd llng through America thr.- ? or four years ago. ''How is it." I said. rather cnnously, "that you remembered me, 'honoring my draft on sight." so to speak? It must be four yeara since tl'at very jolly supper you gave me in Denver one night. and I fancy I havo changed conslderably since then." Farnhain smiled in his comlcal American way. whieh was a humor ous sentence in Itself. "Well, I guess ifs not so ensy to for? get a face like yours. You are a little browner, your eyes rather...

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