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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 April 1900

SATURi?A>, APKlL 14 l.K)0 HOW- OLD AM I. I Shtnk when tlnjr thltiRs go by H_w o'<J an I! Flve times the ___B_a_B the ___ Have waked and (one |_ ataap again. And this. I think. must make lt plain Jl_w old am li ' When love La atrong and hope l_ high Haw old am 1! I am a. man to do and dare, A man to s-trike aad to forbear, ? (Seetng one loved face. every where). How old ana I! _?t, aa the stcalthy avasona tly How young _r_ I! Tbe mountain stooping to ihe sea. "Whose somber shadaa eavelop me _ook backward on I-ternity! How yoiinu.a?i i; Men call meold, an_.l comply, Yes, old am I: An_ yet how voiftig when every aena* Tielda to Ua firat experience. Waiting ln faith and-oonrtdenc. A by and by! ?______ Ckandler. in Pall M_ll Magaslna. t?n?i^i?i*i?.? _aSa_aa__a_aj / Jostuia Baier's Downfall ! > .By Charlea J. Adam*. ?i*Na'^ai?_? \rn-Q; a_a>_?S*>_a*>W_-__aB____>_a _. | JOSHUA BAKER'S do__fall \yrgnix with the eleetion of w_mc_ to tho achool board. ln the little M_s_acb...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 April 1900

Tubllshed every 8 iturflay t>y John Mltcheli Jr., at Sll North t'ourth tstreet. JOHN MITOHELL, JR.. EDTTOR Ali<r*o*mrnnrneation-. intended for pnbllcatlon ahould be sent so as to reach us by Wednasdav. TERM8 IN ADVANCa. *** ?as Copy. oae year.-..-.M 99 One Copy, eight montha..._._ 1.08 One Copy, slx months.?._._. Aa One Copy, fonr montha... Oae Copy, three montha, tsngle Copy,^.._. ? ADVERTI8ING RATE8. For one lnch, one lnsertlon....~..~..._...^Jt 90 For one lnch each subeoqnent lpaertlon._ 88 For two inchea, three montha,._? 6 00 For twolnehes, alx months. 100P For two Inchea, nine months. ltOC For two lnehea. twelve montha_. 80 00 Marriage and funeral notlcea.?... 80 atanding and transient notice.* per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS Or A T v&OUINATION BIGHER THAN TWO CENTS ,-OT RJICEIVED 0N 8UB8CB)IPTION8. ?tasPLAKBT ls lsaued weekly. The frabocrlp tion priee lat 1.60 a year.ln advance. There are rous wavb by whlch money can be aent by mail at our rlak?tn i. Post Offlce Money O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 April 1900

SATURDAY APRIL 14 1900. WASHINGTON LETTER MR. DEWEY'S AMBITION The Porto Rican Question. THE RETURN OF Q ENERAL OTIB. The Oanal Bill?Republicsa Leaders Kot Alarmeti. (From Our Regulsr Correspendent.) Waahington, April 9, 1900. Tha Dewey cat ia now oat|of tbe bsg and in fuU aight of everybody. The Admiral has aimply allowed himaelf to be used by those demoerats who atill have hopes ef keeping Mr. Bryan oat of the demoerstie nomination. ?> It ia the the demooratie nomi? nation thst the Admiral ex pectB to aet. He hss declared himself to be a democrst. sl though he has nev? er east s vote. and aaya the only time he ever desired to vote when Mr. Oleve lsnd wss a eandidate for Preaident. The only effect of'his csndidaey will be humiliation for himself. It is now know** that his announeement haa fall? en as flst ererywhere else sa it did in Washington, and the demoerata in Congress. who ought to know the sen? timent of their oonatituenta, asy that Dewey hss no more ohsnee of being nomi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 April 1900

__- _rz^ 8?TURD.W APKH> 14.1H00 UNCLE BILLY AHEAD. Donble-Shuffls Hcrse Trado with Amusiag Trimmlngs. Bia Mad. Tnrniy Dollara Out af i Xrlghbor, Pauted fot- 111a Meanneaa, aad Spent lt at the Tavern I at Deanavllle. According to a New York Sun corre apondent a pleasant entertainment Book plaee recently in the old tavern at ?ean-ville, N. Y. A number of the boys had gatbered in the barrooin and aeveral important local and national ^ueations were under discussion wben Uncle Billy Stebblna came ln. Uncle JUlly walked dlrectly over to the bar -nd. taking a 810 bill from hia pocket, avaved it ln the air. > "*"Boys, I're been a-tradln' hosses with Old Sock and I took $20 aout of him aa clean and sllck as Oat Boot can take arhiskv aout of a bottle. ~You know Old Sock. Although he'a a fuat rate Preabj terlan and pretty con _iderable atfinancerin', he ls not aa good a. jedge of hoss-flesh aa he ia of ahlllin _. -faow they airi't many men more keer ?al of thelf money than Socrates P. ?H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 April 1900

I Ui SATURDAY APRll 14,14.00 % ATWATER DISCREDITED. A _ Ua iBVCKtlatatloa to Ppov* That Al. eobnl Ia a Food Snbjected ta a atoat Scarrhlng Inqnlrj*. It will be remembered. says the Christian Work, that widespread dis cussion .was caused by certain state menta made by Prof. Atwater. of Wesleyan university. B year ago in re gard to the nutritive value of alco? hol. As a result of an extended series of experiments the professor came to the conclusion that alcohol has value aa a food. This conclusion being1 con trary to a gencrally accepted idea, aroused a great deal of comment, much of it adverse to the position taken hy Trof. Atwater. The ques? tion created so much interest that a committee was appointed at the Northfield summer conference of Christian workers, August 11, 1899. to investigate the stateinents of Prof. Atwater. and bring in a report. This report has just been issued in a 16 page parapklet entitled "An Appeal to Truth." The committee acted in cooperation with the advisor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 April 1900

SATIRIA^, APklL34 1900 a??.?Maaaa-aaaa-----------a-aaaWBBB^aa Filipinos Are Activa. (GoBTiBuan Fbom 1st Paqb.) the Regimenta* Headquarters and 2nd Battslion were ordered to Iba and au big st. whieh plaee we arrived on Janu? ary 17th where we found s detaehment ef the 82nd and (Jampsay E of the 4dtb Infantry who informed us they too, bad been eontinually ktptina atrain, on the 18th. Thoae going to Iba start? ed out ineludiag the headquarters. So we settled down to regulsr duty in Bubig. Everything went well. The seouta we*e organiaed with Lieuten? ant Bebenck. Battalion Adjutaot in eommand snd Sergeant Ligbtfoot, ltt Beigesnt. They made at veral tripe sa well aa the 82nd and 48th. FIBBD ufob riLirinoa. Tha seouta were fired on on their flrat trip and eaeaped unhurt. he 46th, Captain Baker 'went out aeoutisg and eneonntered a few killing nine and ?epturing a aannon and nine Mauaer rlfl-48, oo January 27th. The Bignal Oorpa atarted out to con Btxuet a telegraph line to Iba. The aeouta ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 April 1900

T01XVU.N018 RICHMOND, VIRGHSTIAa SATURDAY APRII 21 1900. PRICE 5CENTS REV. DR. GRAHAM BLAZES THE WAY. Powerful Plea for Racial Independence. THE OSTRACISn OF A^PEOPLE-THE INFLUENCE OF FINANCE. To Strlke Out Along New Lines?No Longer Beggars and Suppliants. TonakeaWay?Openin_afor Outaclvca?The Oppraltion t? Mixing?A Rlog ing De.l_ra.lon of Principlca. MauEnrroB: Thoae of ua who repreaent the Vir ginis Baptiat State Oonventton atand for tha higheat chrietian prineiplea? prineiples of the loftieat and most ax alted eharaeter. Thia ia true not with ataading the course paraued by our enemios ln unehrietiaa, Impolite and erronaons ehargea made sgainat os. They ara peraona, many of them, irre sponaible for their wiefced asBertions; for they are exponaota of a higher au tLority whose biddinga they dare not oppoae. Tha priaciplea repreaented by ua do not reat for their greatness upon dis Elay and bombaat? too mueh of that aa bean shown already in glittering array of worda and atatiatles aett...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 April 1900

By Harry Wx>d l^rajxi CHAPTER XXVII. The poor wretch. who had irade such at wreck of his young life. wus white as death and shaking like an aspen. J -could see the beads of swoat oozing ?out on his pale forehead. "P*or God's **ake." he implored, "dont say that to me; I can't l>ear lt! TL'ntil you told me just now I swear to you by all I hold sacred?by my sister's love, whlch I bo little dosorve? that I never dreamt cf Harvey Farnham being dead. A ?cablegram came from Wildred com tnanding me rather than asking me to go to England. saying that lt would be much to my advantage to do so. and that my far*? and all expenses would at ?once he sent me ln advance. I didn't mean to let my sister know of my pre -senee? 1 would have spared her that? hut I fancied myself standlng among the crowd in the park, waichlng her drlve by. or something of the sort. Even a glimpse of her face would have been sweet. "But when I arrived one of the flrst things Wildred di 1 was to tell me that he had h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 April 1900

SATURDAY, APRIL 21 1900 THE GOLDEN CITV. _Tr_m tha daya ot St. John's revelatloa The ma.rvc.o_* story is told. And dow_ thro' the agea haa eoraa tl j ?ona:. I Tha aong of the City of Gold. __ the Innocent heart- o. the chlUTren. ? To tha tollera who fa_n 'neath earth'? aun, To the old who hare fought out Ita prob lema, To the dylng whose Jouroey is done. Come* the dream of th* mystlcal city. With colora and loveiJness rlfe. Jrldescent its jeweled toundatlona, , JPlower-bordered Ita River of Life; And the otreeta of the city are golden. And the sea aa of cryatal appear*. _*.nd the aound of tho harpers ls in lt, And It knows not of aorrow or teara. __!_? a mlrage out in the desert, L__e the fabrlc that fashions ourdreams, *__ike aome many-hued mlrrored r_flectloo Tho he_.v_r.ly Jerusalem aeema *We grope 'mld tha types and the ahadowa. ' "We firet at ita velllng dlatrulaa; -_uf our hearts cannot graap or concelve ? " Its glory ls hld from our eyea *W* catch but a noto of tho music. A g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 April 1900

TuWIahed ?very Patnrdav by John Mitohell jrr., at 811 North Fourth Street. JOHN MITOHELL, JR.. EDITOR All communicatlons mtended ror publlcatlon ahould be sent bo as to reacb us by Wedneadav. ? TKKM8 IN ADV ANCJC. ?ae Copy. one year...,.41.88 One Copy,eight moiithsv_ . 1.08 One Copy.Blx montha.?.........._. AO 8ne Copy, four months,._.aa ne Copy, three months,.?._.40 Btagle Copy_.?.,. .a* ADVERTISING RATE 3. Tor one lneh, one lnsertlon._8 SB Por one luch each subsequent lnsertlon... SB Por two lachea, three montha,.. 8 08 For two Inchea. slx montha. 1000 Tor two Inchea, nine mon tha.?. 14 00 For two Inchea, tw*lve months...... 80 00 Marriage and funeral notlc-ea. 80 Standing and translent notloee per line. 10 POSTAGP STAMPS OP A T -vNOMINATIOM HTUHKR THAN TWO CKNT8 ..OTRKCKiVKD ON 8UBSCRIPTIONS. TmePlai-bt lslssued weekly. The subacrip *aon priee ls 11.60 a year. la advance. There are roua wayb by whicb money ean be Sent by mail at our rlak?ta .. Post Offlce Money Order; by Bank Che...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 April 1900

SATURDAY, APRIL 21 1900 REY. BR. GRAHAM BLAZES THE WAY. (Oontinued from Firat Page) an answer to every alaederoua aster tion against the fltoesB of the raoe to snanage saMy and suooesafally great institutiona: Preaident J. Hago Joha Bton, one of the greatest men of our Baptist denominatioo, with the effi eient and noble faoulty assoeiated with him in the erndaot of the Tirgin ia Normal A Oollegiat-* Institate is a re baketo every slsnderer ivho would say Negro leadership is untrus'worthy. Oar state government haa the highest confidenee in him ia his managemant of thst great school. Jaanv thousacds of dollars are entrusted to the manage ment of this achool every year and not a aool is sent to watoh it with a suspio ioua eye. Now that being true is it not Boasibl. for the Negro Baptists of thia state aad of the Southland to so oonduettheir affaira as to gaia aimilar eonfldenca from thoae in high plaees ? I think ao. Best assured so long aa we are not in position to control anythiog, j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 April 1900

SATURDAY.APRIL21, 1900 1 WATCHES POLICEMEN. ? m ilt Poodlf Seea Tbat 11 ts Uamaa *>llow Offlcfn Do Not Go to ? leep on Their Brati. 4. -.Detroit has amonc the most xealoua fsrf ita defenders a four-footed police <snan, Grover Cleveland Newton, a harm P? looking, woolly-haired Russian feoodle. ^'InaigninVant ns he seema, thia ani fe-*ai is respected and feared by neariy pwery patroiman in the Elmwood ave t?Qe atation, and is known as an inde tfatig-ablc and faithful "pusher" (the tn&me employed by patrolmen f e>r those atAoers whoae unpleasant dmtv it is to * KEEPIMO TJLB OK THK COPTER. fo;lo'v jiu-n- uround their beats and re port thoin for breacb.es of duty). Grover Clereland Newton doci hia emty without ordera, but he plays no j2Re-t>rites, simply choosing hia men at jxandom. Kver since the day three years ago, when he wandered into the station thonae ?>nd was cared for by the police *xoem, he has uever missed a roll call, tntways responding to his name with a i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 April 1900

**i*i SATURDAY APRIL 21,1900 INVITED THE SALOOH KEEPER. How the i.ndi.Mi of a Vtlla*e Al* So? ciety Helped a WeaJk Maa to Reform. "I'm so glad to see you, Mrs. Sloan. I'm in trouble and you are just the one to help me out with your advice." "Why,"' responded Mra. Sloan, as she settled herself in an easy chair, "I sup posed now that j-ou were in your new house you would be free from trouble. Certainly we who are atill studying how to make two pieces of furniture occupy the aame space, think you ought to be wholly eontented in such a roomy and beautiful home." "I do enjoy my home," answered Mrs. Keen. "I enjoy it immensely, nnd yet I find that with the new pleasurcs come also new perplexities in the way of entertaining. I had quite aet my heart upon christening my new home in the way of inviting the members of our Aid society, with their husbands. to spend the evening with me, but I flnd it isn't so easy a mntter as I thought. There arediffiuclties." Mrs. Sloan looked her surprise. an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 April 1900

SATURDAY. APRIL21, 1900 THE EIGHT OF 8U FfRAGE. Senator Chandler'B Meaaure. Wabhihotow, AprU 18th -8enator Chandler to-day iniroduced abill 'For theprevention of the denial or the ebrlegement of tbe right of cititeea of the loit+d Btatea to vote on aeeoont of eolor." In pretenting the bill. Mr. Chandler aaid tbat be did ao by re ?oeat, amd waa not yet prepared to preaa ita eonaideretiMi. He aaid, hew ever, that he had drawn the bill him ejolf. It providea that "Any reform of any qaalifieation for aoffrage preaoribed by idj State on ita eonatb ution or lawe. whieh direetly or iodiraeUy by expraaa wcrda or by any devioe or aubterfuge ia made to apply io it? *????? or in ita cperation to thegrwat body of the ool ored eitiaena ot the State, wbile it ia ???t made to apply to tbe great body of the whits eitiaena, b hereby de elared to be oneonatitutional, null and inoBeretive." Other aeetiona of the bill authorite eolorrd eitiaena to vot? regardleaa of raee or ef State reetrie&iooa. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 April 1900

VOL.XVII NO 19 KICJEIMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY APRIX 28.1900. PRICE 5CENTS SENATOR HOAR'S GREAT SPEECH. The Situation in the Philip* pines. AGUINALDO AS A PATRIOT One of the Ablest Philippics of the Century, THE NATION AND ITS DUTY-A POWER FUL PLEA FOR JUSTICE. On the Side of the Oppressed. We begin the pualication of the apsceh of Senator Oaorge F. lloar. of MssBaebuaettB, delivered in the TJ. 8. Senstb April 17th, 19C0. It has sttraot el world wide attention and is pre aonnead the greateat tffort of hia life: MB. HOAR. Mr. Preaicent, I am in rather an urccmfortsble eonditicn ss to health, snd I desire to aak that I may aay what I have to ?ay without inttrroption unleifl I ahsll misttate any Stnator. lf I ahould do so, I would ezpeet, of course, to yield to him for any eorreotion he might wish to make, 1 ask the Seeretary to read Senate joint resolution No. 68. The Pbssidbnt pto tempore. The Sesretsry will read the j< int resolu? tion. Tha Seeretary resd the Joint resolu? tion &l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 April 1900

By Rafry VvboD Reynoldsl CIIAPTKK XXIX. Whether it wus Karine whom I be? lieved I had beard weeplng or not, I could not be sure. I could not bave taken my oath that thera had been a eound at all, but I was morally ecrtalu '-CJL _ I ran all round the house trylng ln vain to batter in a bMo door, and was met everywhere by silence and dark? ness. At the side, however, l came at last upon the extenslon, from the tower from which I had seen the sus plclous smoke and flame pourlug on that raeruorable Christmaa afternoon. Over the roof of the low "studio." whlch possessed no windows, I couid see a faint yellow glow, Hke a lumi iious halo or crown, and sudenly. as I stood regnrdlng it ln some bewhder tnent, I recollected the skylight whlch I had observed from within. If I could ln some way elimb to the top. break through the glass and let myself down, the problem as to how I should get Into the house would be effectunlly solved. I dragged a rustlc seat ncross the _rrass and set it in an aag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 April 1900

'? SATUROA.V, APrUL 28 ll>00 THE RIDE TO SCHOOL Whea the -now ls coming- down, And Hm '-taoae, bare and brown. CappinR white. And Vaara'a not a brecze to stir Flak.es that h. M i.. ir.uuh u;;ti burr Through tho right: Then there comes a happy feellng tn tba memory of th. iWhen I rode to school with rather ln the oi pung sleigh. There was mow the same as now, Topptnjr every branch and bough Through ths wood: And tho apracaa srcmril to be Each a giant Chrlstmas tne WhSfB It Htood, Bent snd hung with toy and don, till I wish''1 that I could stay, Andwouid turn a bom.ar.d watch them from tho o:d pung sleigh. Then the shapes a!o?tg the walls? Queer old women holding shawls In th<-ir lape; And the tonts without a door, And th" balBBBB stunvps that wore PolnU'd eaps; And the tracks across the snow, whrrc a squirrel frisked away ."Wher. he heard tho squeak and rattle ?f the old pung sleigh. There were thlmb'e-s you could sea On the btg thorn apple tree Near the hars: And the flakts th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 April 1900

TubrJvhed every "atarday by John Mitohell r., at Wl North Fourth street. JOHN MITOHELL, JR. EDTTOR. ?11 cotr ninn kcations intended ror publlcatlon Bbc-nld be aent ao aa to reach ua by Wednssdav. TKRMS IN ADVANCB. ?** S0**' ?.n* f****.--?--?? Ona Copy, eight mon ths-._--___-__.__. 1.08 One Copy, alx montha._.__-_.___._.. at One Copy, fonr months,.?_._ 8*9 T>ne Copy, three months..._.,. 48 ?tngle Copy-..?.___ a* ADVXBTT8INO RATKS. #or oae txteh, one lnasrtlon_,..,..?? .1 9a Jor one lnch each sn neequent lnsertlon... 88 For twa laches, three mon ths,.._.._.. 8 00 For twolnehea, slx months. 1000 For twolnehea,nine months. 140C Fot two Inchea, twelve montha......__... 10 00 Marriage and funeral notlces,. 60 3 tandiug and tranalent notloes per line. 1C iOSTAGK STAMPS OF A T ^NOMINATION T-IIOHKR THAN TWO CKNTS -OT Ri-H-KIVBD .N8UBSCRIPTION8. **?**?%***? t******* weekly. The suhacrtp a_on price ls$1.50 a year, ln advance a-trl1* *>T*..ro.um WAT" DT "?*hleh money can be i,v?_}>T?m*...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 April 1900

SATURDAY APRIL 28,1900 SENATOR HOAR'S GREAT SPEECH, 'OOBTIBTJBD FBOM TBB FIBBT PAOB.) thinga inaepsrable. If, whea we msde the treaty of peaee, we had adhered to the purpose .we declsrad when wa de? olared war; if we hsd dealt with the Pbilippine Islands aa we promised ta deal bave dealt, and expeot to deal with Cuba, tbe eountry would ha-e escaped thi Iobs ot 6 0C0 brsve soldiers, other thousand a of wretehed and ahattered liv-8, the Bioknesa of many more. the expenditure ot hundreds of millions, and what is far worse than all, the trampliog under foot of ita eheruhed ideala. There w mld hsve been to-day a noble repnblie in the East, sitting doeile at our feet, reoeiving from ua eivilisttion, laws, msncers, aod giving in turn everything the gratitude of a free people oou:d give?love, obedi enee, trade. Tbe Pbilippine youth would throng our uoiversitiaa; our Constitution, our Deelaration, the livaaof Washington and Linooln, the aayinga ot Jefferson aod Franklin would bave been the t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 April 1900

SATURDAy. APRIL 28. 1900 RUDE TELEGRAPHY. a**ta? Odd not liivoih.- Mraai >i>nih Afrlrnn. Have of v-n.:iin ***a-**a ? nd Mraaaisra, Huch aarpru-at haaWen exp**aaaad nt the q***r**ataiesa witb \>hieh ths iiatlsaaa Sat South Afrlca have learncd the re BOlts of the rccent hutth-.s between the Soers an.l I'ritish. These nativesknow nothing of our inethod of telegrnph tag, and yet. W hen victory has b?>en de alared for either of thecoutendiug pavr ties, t!.e news has been thished with ama/.ing celerity to remote parts of the eountry. Tbe lniinner in whieh the news is carried is uovel uud most in? teresting. Throughout Afriea the na? tives are expert in the use of what is know ii as the druni langunge, and they Btae it ns \vc use the telegraph und Ihe Ttelephone, naraely, for the purpose of ?ending a message froni one place to another. The most important events. as well ?aa the daily occurrences in every vil tstge, ai*e transtnitted in this way. In ?the Congo region, near Stanl...

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