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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 March 1900

SATURDAY. MARCH, 24, 1900 WRAPPED IN THE FLAG. terieaa Wonann, Now a Priaoner li Brilco, Sleep. tader Stara and Strlpee Krerr Nlarht. There ia an American woman in jail at Jnarez, Mexico. She is charged with murder. but amid the surroundings of Ihe Mexican prison, it is feared that ahe will lose her mind. She is Mrs. Mattie Rich, who. on May 18 last, stabbed her husband, John D. Rich, at their home there and then took him to El Paso. Tex.. to die. John D. Rich was a wealthy old gen tleman from the United States who had lived for some time in Mexico aed amassed a large fortune. His wife, who WRAPPED IN THE 3TARS AND STR1PES. is young, beautiful?a fine type of the ?shapely western American girl?decided to get Tid of him. it is alleged. It is aaserted by some that affection for a younger man was the motive for the murder. According to the story told here, Mrs. Rich stabbed her husband while he waa asleep. He did not die immedistely. The wife decided to take him out of the eountry, hopi...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 March 1900

SATURDAY. MARCH. 2+ 1900 _a FROMHkRTF.RD. HABTroBD, Cobb , Mareh 20, 1900. Now, that regiairation of votera io our cuy has opened, let it eseape no eolored man's opportunity. but go op and apply to be made a voter. For this is ihe only impreaei-re mtult we have to oppoae uar narrow thinking Cauoasian brothers of the north. The white man in this immediate vieinity is nnder no pariicular obligation to ut>. As edueational propositions. we are diminu.ives; aa trade* meo. we are not wanted. Comnmn labor ia oura and that only where tbe Sona of Erin and Italy have been plaeed. So let us aee to it that our names are on the voting liat, and aaaer. our righta at the pulla on eleetion day. Re member the deelaration of two yeara ago, when one of the nomineea waa so deaeivtdly eut for a degradtd remark about Negroes. Mr. and Mra C. E Taylor entertain? ed a number of tri-nde at their resi? denee on Liberty Ht. Ihurhday evec icg, Mareh 15th. It beiog t_*?ir flret at-nual anniveraary. An elabo. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 March 1900

V0L.XVH,N015 KICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATUKDAY, MARCH 31,1900 PRICE5CEMB THE STORY OF A_LYNCHIN6. HORRIBLE SCENES. The Last Moment of the Victims. Oa-***rC?R* OT TBB LAW, WiTKBBBKS. Intense exeitement bas prevailed in this eity, dna to the lynehing of Wai? ter Cotton (eolored) asd Grandt O' Gr*?*y (wbite) at Fmperia. Va., Sat nrdsy, Msrch 24th. 1800, after tbe troops sent to upb-old the msjesty of the law had been ordered away by the judge and ahariff ahoae livea were threstened, and this too with the oon aent and approval of the Governor of Yirginia Tha reports from the soene of the trouble show a most setounding condi tion of sffsirs. Friday morning, mueh exeitement existed st Emporia. The Bloes from Riehmond were uuder eommand of Major Sol. Qutehins. TBB MOB CNB18T. The mob was unessy. The lesder of it foand out tbat the only wsy to lyneh the prisoners wae to seeure the remov al of the troopa snd seeordingly a con? ference of the * eitlsens ot th-? town" was held Saturdsy morning, 24t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 March 1900

OH AFTER XVI The ease being one of great local mportanee, having thrown tnecountry frtde into a whlrl of excltement, the ln- ' Ipector himself had thought it worth j while to aceompany me ou my jouruey ?.o the mortuary. I extolled the arrangeruents of the lo tal autborities, and ende?l by saylng hat, as the Right I had just wftataMsad **s*ad con8lderably upset me, I should 1m* Jlad lf he would do me the favor of aving something with me at the Hvate bar of the adjaeent inn. > "Well, sir, it's against the rules, you fnow," be said, sinillng saplently. "But I certalnly consider it an honor '50 be Invited by so celebrated a gentle t*nan as you, Mr. Stanton. And?if ou'll go first, sir. I'll just look ln a Ittle later and nnd you at the private wr." I I followed the prudent suggestlon, and was presently joined by the in lpector, who appeared relleved at flnd tng himself shut in and alone wlth me. We had whiskey-and soda ad libl hm and then I cautlously began: "The Jaet ls, Inspector," ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 March 1900

TROUBLE IN GRBENESYILLE. TRYING TO LYNCH A PRISONER. Troops Ordered to the Scene. A DRUNKEN SHERIFF AND THE MAJOR. Tae Back-down of the Gov? ernor. [Dispateb, Maroh 24th] Tbe terrible exeitement thst haa held sway in Greene.ville eounty for tbe lsst forty-eighr. hours in eonea quanee of the killing of Justioe-of-the Peaee 8aundera aad lir. Welton, osme near eulminating ia the lynehing of their eolored murderer this morning, Ab, iocn as it was known tbat tha mur? derer had been atrested the infuriated eitisens began to pcur into Emporia. A eompany of tbe Riehmond Light In? fantry Blues was ordered to ths seeae, and the presence of the military seem? ed to ineanse furtner the people. By agreement last night the military wbb withdrsv-n from the jsil and the Sher iff undertoak to guard tbe prisoner with a loeal guard, and gave a pledge that there ehould be no violanee. Thia morning it appeared tbat the Sheriff would not be silowed to keep his pledge, the military were reeallad to guard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 March 1900

Pollshedeyery Saturday by John Miacbell Jr.,atill North Fourth Street. JOHN MITCHELL, JR, EDITOR All oomrnunioatlona intended ror publieatlon ahould be sent ao aa to reach as by w_dn?_dav. TEBMS LN ADVANCB. ?ne Copy,one year.-._ ai ._ One Copy,eight montha.._Tloo One Copy, alx mon tba._?__ __. jja Dne Copy, four months.__. _neCopy. three months. r _tgle Copy,.._. .**.? ADVKRTIS1NG -LATKS. #oi onelnch.one lnaertlon_.?.,. L g _ Joroue lnch each subaequeni.__a.r_o- _ For twe laeheg, three mon tha_. a ? For twolnehee, alx months._ 10c VTjr two lnchee. nlne montha. 14 oi _ot two lnchee. twelve months_ __. 90oi Marriage and funeral cotloea,. _ -tandlng and translent notieea per line. l< POSTAQB 8TAMP8 OF A T -NOMINATIOh RIGHER THAN TWO CENTS ,OTRB^KIVE .IN SUBSCRJPTIONS. 1hiPunit u iasued weekly. The sabeort. Mon prloe ls|l._o a year. ln advance. ?UD**cru 5There are rova wavs by wbich money ean b. _t by mail atonr riak?in _ Poet OfBce Munf< rder; by Bank Check or Draft, or an Bxprew...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 March 1900

SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900 TBE KENTDCKY MURDER. Judge Moore Holds State Seore tary Bowers For Grand Jury. AffOTHER ARREST IN THE OASR Mamry Ba. TanUry, Atadftor'a Cl*>*r1c, H?ld For Allearea Complldtr lo tlao Crlrao? Prlioatn Said. to Hava) Bad* ImporUnt Btataxnanta. Frankfort, Ky., Mareh 28.?Thera wsre some startllng davelopments in tha Qc-ebel assasalnation case yester? day. In tha aftemoon W. H. Culton, who waived examlnatlon and waa held ever to tha clrcult court, went to tha Capltol hotal, where ha waa ln eonfer ancs with tha attorneys for tha prose? cution for over two hours. He waa ao eompanled by his brother-ln-law, E. El Hogg, who is also his attorney. It was reported at the tlma that Culton had xnada some kind of a confession, but later It developed that tha informa? tion gained was not at all sweeplng ln eharaeter, aa lt waa at flrst reported. Culton*s friends who ara ln hia con fldence state that his statemert was not ln the nature of a confession, but they admit that h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 March 1900

TROUBLE IN GREENSYILLE. (Oontinuad from 3rd Page) aad tbe line was ?leared right through from Riehmond to Emporia to give the troop train a elean ruq. It was at flrat fjropcscd to place Oaptain Dsughtrey, af Ucmpany B. in eommand. but Msjor Cutehina aignifled h s readineaa and wtllingnf as to go with his mew and the order was changed aecordir.gly. r.ANOSBOr LYNOBWO. While tbeae arrangements were go? ing ferward here the following tele grsme were reoeived: "Emporis, 11 A. M. Governor Tyler, Riehmond. Va.: "1 have a prisoner in jsil here who assisted in killirg two of our eitizens yesttrday, and wss forced to secrete bim in the woods last night. Mob en tered jsil in order to lynoh him. It prisoner ahouid r? main here overnight wi'hout troopa io proteet him, I think he will be lynched. W. Pamckl Goobwybt, Judge." Then csme this one: ?Emporis?11:28 A. M Uoverror Tyler, Riehmond: "Hsve prisoner in jsil. Mob of 600 peaple to Ijneh him. Bend troops at eece. If not, t risontr will b? lynohe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 March 1900

SATURDAY, MARCH, 31 1900 THE CLASH OF ARMS. ??????? -There are no bands in the Boer _______ The total cost of a xoaxim gun is ? 900. During the last two years 41,375 men hare been killed in battle. In the battles of the Frencb-German war the proportion of killed to wound _d waa generally one to 4%. The average age of the British soldier now at the front is nearly two yeara higher than that of the soldier who fought at Waterloo. An army officer estimates that in the ?century just closing no fewer than 30, 000J0O0 men have been killed in war in civilized countries, lt ia a curious fact that the chief gen ?erals engaged in the South African war are all Irishmen. Lord Roberts is a Wa terford man, Lord Kitchener a native ?of County Kerry, Ken. Clcry halls from Cork, Gen. White from Antrim and Gen. French was born in the county of Ros _________ England's total number of guns en? gaged in South Africa consists of 20 field batteries, each eomposed of six 15 ponnder guns. The Royal Horse art...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 March 1900

f~* ___l VTA., WAKCH 81.1900 The Kational Anti-Mob aud Lynoh Law Assoeiation (Ineorporated.) Hbadwuabtbbb, SpBiaariB-o, Ohio. We deaire to eall tbe attention of readsre to tbe above organization whieh has done and is yet doing a great vrotk unifying tbe Afro-.n-.--ri asuDs and agitating in favor of the bet terment ol the c ndition of the raec sjaroaghout tbe United Btatea Tar Aaaociation is only three years old yet in so ahort a time haa oreatad Ba>re aympathy, caused more govern aara to recommend to their legialature. aoaetmeota for tbe auppreasion of Trvner-ine. than any other organis&iio. emaneipation. The orKB-ization enliated tbe foi ring governora into ita eause. via: Ooverrora MeLauren of Miss ; Brad _ry of Kt. ; Mount of It d.; Buahnell of Ohio; Tajlor of Tenn.; ones of Ark.; MeSfvarey of South Caroliaa; Ruaaell _f North Carolinia; Oats of Ala.; _._? kinaon of Ga,; A. D Ohandler of Ga ; Lowndes nf Md.; O'fcerrnll of Va.; and the Governor of Florida ; a'so tbe foi lowi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 April 1900

VOL,XVn,NOl6 KICHMONTX VIRGIN A, SATURDAY APRIL 7,1900 PRICE 5 CENTS THE WAR IN THE PHiLIPPINES Colored Troops Under Fire. THE ATTACK UPONSUBIO A Graphic Account-No End to Hostilities. Bcbio L.__s. P. I., Feb. 4th, 1800 TTh__.t-mM *** ,ti,! ??'?ntiuL On Jan 29th. tbe eooota were ambuehed aa deearibed in laat letter ao tba 80.b. Sergeant Henry'a detaehment of thir? ty men guarding. dataebtnent of tbe Signal Gorna waa retnrning here when near San laidro they aaw tbe enemy ta*****""'**-*. 8?*-:*- Henry deploy ed bia men and arept within 200 yarda of the trenehea and flred aereral vol leya. Tbe Inanrgenta beeame pacie __*__? ?Dd Aad in diaorder, 'aaring behind them ammunition, eigarettea and ef-reral other thinga iaeiudiog "SS *g Jora*enaon ammuuition. The detaehment then advaneed to San laidro and biyouaeed for th. night. On the 81at, they again began the advaaee homeward. Aa they neared tbe 'atal cut where the eugagemeot of Jan. 2-th took plaee, they eould aae the enemy maaaing along ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 April 1900

*** * -"*-. CHAPTER XX. lt was a pierclug cold day wben 1 Eided in Now Yo.-k- such told as I 1 not felt since 1 tfttd bnished my t Atnercau visit, four years ago. 1 had myself driveu straight to the Itftii Avenue Hotel. whlcii was be cocuing almost au old-fashloned host -ttry now among its mauy ta'.l new rlv aia of ineredibly mauy stories iu beigbt and, walkiug up to the "oltiee," prepar *ad my most aftable niauuer to win th*! ?contideuce of tbe Mnart '?clerk" ot asaokktH'per. "Good-Uay." I began agreeably. wish iBag that iu fortuer visits to New York; I had stopped at tbe Fifth Avenu* Hotel, so thut now. for my quest's sake 1 should be uceorded the welconie ol aa old friend. "Good day.'" was tbe brlsk reply ?You waut a rooiuT" **l should like tirst to inqu'.iv if Mr Harvey Farnham. of Denver Colorado bb stopplng here," I said. "My principal ?bjeet in ebooslflg tbis hotel was tc ?H-Jct him, but "lf? ? "Gone three days ago," broke Iu tb< gjentleiuan with the vvaxed Aoustaehe, who ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 April 1900

i SA.TURDAY, APRIL 7,1900 ENVY. W*_____ VI8ITINQ IN THB COUNTRY, I wlsh 'at I llved out here. Where there are hiHs to cllmb. And where a boy can slldfe down like A flash, ln winter time; Where they are drifta to tumble la And ponda to skate upon? 1 wlah my Cousln John waa me And I waa Cousln John! I'd like to have a colt to ride Aad l&mb- 'n' thinga to pet, With apples tn the ceilar. and Drink milk that's a*eamln' yat: J*_ like to Hve where I could whoop Around with all my might And never have to be afraid A eop would come in aight. H 'a Jolly sitting ln the aled When uncle drtvea to town, And leta the horaes walk up hUl And makea them gallop downl *?'? Jolly getttng out behind. Sometimea, and hangtng on? 1 wlah my Cousln Jokn waa ma Aad I wa? Cousln John! JOHNNY V18.TING IN THE CITT. I wlah 'at I llved here, where things Are all aet at the door. And where you see ao many slghta You never saw before: Td like to ride in nlce. warm care That whis along the street. la-tead of in a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 April 1900

rubltstied every Fatnrdav by John Mitchell -ir ,at 811 North Pourth Street. - i i | JOHN MITCHELL, JR., EDITOR All com mumcations mtended for nnbUcatlon ahould be sent ao as to reaoli us by Wedneadav. TIRMS IN ADVANCB. ? ?a* Copy, one year,..,,.......,,_fl__a One Copy, eight mo?U_._.__....__. i.oa One Copy, six mon __....__._.?.. ?_ On? Copy, four months,._._a One Copy, three months,.._......._._.... .40 >_ngle Copy_._.? ADVERTISING RATKS. Tor one lnch.one lneertlon..._.__..____..! _t Por one lnch each subeequent __er_o_... BB Por two 1-ches, three montha,.._-_._ S Ou Por two lnchee, alx montha. 10oc J"or ta o lnchee, nine months. 14 ot Por two lnehea, tw?lve months...... __ 00 Marriage and funeral notioes.. _. 3tan_lng and translent notieea per line. lt fOSTA-iK 8TAMPS OP A T -SOMlNATTOb SIGHER THAN TWOCKNTS >OT RRCBIVRr __* 8DBSCR1PTION8. -_bPlai?_t lgiasued weekly. The subecrl. ?doo prlce ls $i._o a year, ln advance. There are rooa wavs by whlch uioney ean bt jent b;- malla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 April 1900

SATURDAV, APRIL 7,1900 a*a?aaaaa. i I THE SITUATION AT EMPORIA. W1TNESSES SUnMON ED?THEY TESTIFY. Lynchers Ihought to be on the Qrand Jury. No Indictments Found?A Deplorable Condition. Never haa there been a more univer aal eondemnation of public officialB than has been visited upon Governor J. Hoge Tyler. Tudge W. Ssmuel Good? wyn and Sheriff 8. W. Lee. The key-note seemed to have been aounded when th* Riehmond, Va, Timea in its issus t f the 27th ult.. coo demnt-d Gov. Tvler, trscing the re aponaibility direst to him. This waa sll the more atrikiag be esuse io ita iasue of the 24ih inst., it had ssid: "Governor Tyler ia to ba oommend ed for the prompt sotion whieh he took yesterdsy to uphold the law of the B'ate. The Negro now in Emporia jsil, who robbed the house of a eitisea in the night time and threatened to put a bullet through his viotim should he offer to interfere aod who after wards in eold blood shot down one snd probably two other reapected eiiiaena of GreencBville ooun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 April 1900

_? _ 1 Ur.lM.., Al'KiL, 7, lbOO. wm SHUT IN. "Co_?f- ye apart and rest a while." Apart from ull life _ busy wars_ Sls ceaseless toll?its crowded days; ? Too weak Its jarring sound- to bear?? Too tired Its very Joys to share? "With weary frame and troubled breaat, Tha Maater blds me come and rest Tha work the busy braln had planned Dropa idly from the nervous hand; X long- for aervice, but in vain, Aad, bowed beneath the croas of paln But little leftof nfe to live. ?What have I now my God to give? ,? troubled heart. why thus oppreseedl ?hia broken, suffering- life may reet fOn Him -vhose everl_stlng arm jProtects his feeblest ehlld froni harra. l-e knoweth that Hia will we aeek, .Though spirit fall, and fle_h be weak; The pitylng love to whlch we truat -_e__.ei_b.relh that we are but duat. To bear la patience, day by day; To count 'he bleselngs on my way; To lift to Ood a grateful heart; To walt Hia time?be this my part! These days of wearlness and paln J-ay bring their mc-d of trues...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 April 1900

SATURDAY. APRIL 7 l'.lOO UWION PLOT IN BALTIMORE. frr-aratlon-i to Darn Ihe City ta 1861 If It Fell Into ihe Haadiof the Canfrdrratra. "During the flrst year of the war," a griszled colonel remarked, while re oaliing incidents of the great rebellion, "business connected with the recruit-* ing and equipping^ of volunteers in Pennsylvania took me frequently to Waahington, and, as the hotels in that eity soon became crowded and uncom? fortable, I made it a custom to stop at Barniini'.*. in Baltimore, remain over aight there and run over tothe capital in the morning, arriving at the war de fBartment by the time it was open for buainess. Sometimes this arrangement waa repeated. in a modified form, on tbe northern journcy, aud thus I passed many nights during 1861 in th* famous ?ld hotel of the Monumental city. Near it was a large tobaoconist's shop, where I discovered a superior grade of cigars waa sold, and of this shop I became a regalar custointr. Ordinarily I waa served by a your.gr ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 April 1900

{Dedieet.d to the Memory of the Rev. Henry Williams, Jr., D. D., late paator of Gilfleld Baptist Chureh. Peteraburft, Va.) ? priroe in the Chureh of Ohriat haa fallen I A ararrior worthy of all renown; J. hero eeaaed from hia deeds of valor, Hath latd d- -n hls croaa and taken his r wj voI-'? oo 1>'< gar ia heard on the r *tr aa And _??_. is l'-e hand whieh labored for ve; The heart _?_?? did beat for the good ofh fe ows ls atill but -ia .pirit ls living above 1 amu-0 of h a Mas er wa- aver hia ____.___, n_u. o-iled In vain whom he eoud releaae;? Ha helo up tbe eroee of his bleseed Re deeme', -.ad aueooreo the ainner who thirat od for peae.. _____ who best fknew him deelared that they loved him, Beeaoae he liveo oet for hi__aelf acr his owa. The ehi aieu of Christ were his aia'.era and brothers, Tor Ch i?* he gave all, for Him lived alone. His life waa so alean, ao pure and so lovely, His death wa? a triumph, he died but tolive! He preethtd Chrlat while living, ia death still ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 April 1900

VOLXVII.-ISO 11*7 lilCHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY APRII 14.1900 PRICE5 CENTS REPUBLICANS 1N5ESSION A Fine Gathering. FREPARI1SIG FOE THE PRES. IDENTIAL CONTEST. The Disagreements in Virginia. GEV. WALKEK'SCANDIDACY?TROUBLE AT NOR? FOLK?A COLORED DELEGATES PROTEST. fhe politioal situation in thia aity and district haa baen .eceiting. Sinee the eoalition between the two winga of the Republioan party, nothing haa trsnspii-ed to amphasise the union. The preeinet meetinga were held Fri? day night througbout the eity. The delegstes eleoted from Jaekaon Ward were aa follows: lst Preeinet. W. W. Onley ? 2d, Ber nard Brown, Joaeph Adams and J. H. Hsyes; 31, John Mitohell, Jr., Peter B. Shorts; 4th, John G Smith, B. P. Vandervall. The eity oonvention met in Ford s Law Building Sstnrdsy night, City Chairmsn, N. J. Smith called the meeting to order. Ue wss seleeted aa temporary chairmsn and M. Williaxna, < white) temporsry seeretary. Aaaiatsnt Postmaater John L Grubba tnoved thst the temporary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 April 1900

'??IAPTER XXIII I tried as I walked out of Haa dining room to put myself in tho pl-i.v at tha aehemers .and thus how out. tlnon-li an intricnto nientnl proeess. some Idea as to liow tbe loose -*a-_- of th? mystery were to he dlsposod of. "If I were that fellow." I said to my. eelf at last. "I should think it wm about time to disappoar . I should feel Bure l'd eotne to the end of uiy tethe* and thnt s^omehow af otlier IIarve> Farnham. as represented by me. n.iil got to be unostontatiously wlped out. Fnrnhnni. however. was loo ri<h ant\ important mau in the West.rn Statetj of his own eonutry to disappear c-onve, mently nnd with lmpunlty. Ther. would be a bue and ery, and suspi.-' ous facts might somchow be brough" to light The only way, I deeided. would ba for the alleged Harvey Farnham t\ kill himself: but this it did not appeat very likely that the most riazziing brihB could induee bim to do. He meant t?* flnd some more enmfortable wav e*n of the hole Into whioh he lunl so dei...

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