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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 April 1900

COPYRIGHT. 1898. BY ThZ AUTHOR CHAPTEtt-l. "Wanted.?A young woman to por form the castomary dutles of com? panion t<> an etdeiiy lady. To a person of Uie requlalte Q-HUificatlona, willlng to live in strl.t i>'tiiciin-nt, a Ubera] bbIbij sad eonsfortatbls home nre offer* rd. Bef-reaceB required.?Apply to M H. i:., The Ivies, Eldon." I read tho above advertisement alou.l to my mother ln a voiee that treinblinl somewhat. notwitbstanding all my ef? forta to render lt calm and even. "Here it is. mother dear," I said, witb a foollsh little laugh that meant noth? ing. an.l yet coucealed much. "I hava Bearcbed loug enough for it, in all con? science." 'Tor what, my dear?" my mother asked, with Innooent surprlse lu her pretty, faded blue eyes. "For a response to the v.ir'.ous ap peals I bave made to the future," I replied. She looked bewllderment It self. "Yon menn-?'* she began, and paused in helpless porplexity. "I mean that those few lines tha* I have just read tn.you represent t...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 April 1900

SATU DAV. APRIL 28. 1900 k WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED Thur.-ta. . April IO. Tbe failure of the banana crop haa *gaused starvation in Jamaica. A bill to abolish the death penalty maa reported favorably in the Maasa ahusetts legislature. Missouri middle-of-the-road Popu Usts denounced William J. Bryan and ?J. D. Rockefeller as trust promoters. There is no truth, accordlng to ad **ices from St. Petersburg, in the re? port that Emperor Nichols will meet JEmperor William at Dantzlc. J. C. SIbley, who was elected to con? gress as a Democrat from the Twenty faeventh Pennsylvanla district, has been nominated by the Republicana for evnother term. Col. Pettit, in eommand at Zam boanga, Philippine Islands. has been eourt martlaled for handing over a ?ner of war over to Presidente Medell, ?af Zamboanga. who killed the prisoner at once without trial. Friday, April 20. Mias Marle Dinse. aged 32, Jumped from Brooklyn bridge in a vain effort to commit suicide. Of the Cuban population of 1.572.977. 443,4...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 May 1900

VOL, XVII NO 20 RICHMOND,YIRGINIA,SATURDAY,MAY 5, 1900 PRICE 5 CENTS A 8TE0HG TIOEET HOMINATED. The Jackaon Ward Republioan Con ?ention. met Wedneaday night at 8t. Lukea Hall, eomer of St. Jameg and Baker ktreete. Tnaddeua Bobiaaon preaided. The followiog ticket was nominated: Board of Aldt-rmen, John Mitchell, Jr., Benj P. Vander ?all. Common-Counoi), J. J Uarter, Morton Deane, Joaeph R. Porter. H. F. Jontthan, W. 8. Selden. Juatioea of the Peaoe, Jamea T. White, Charlea E. L. Primua, Henry C. Hunter. The followingwere the delegatea: ? lat Preoinet. Wi liam C Jonea. Tn*d deua Robinaon, 1. J. Holmea. David Robioaon, George Stephena. 2nd Preoinet, Bdrnerd Brown, R. H. Glaver, George Reed, VT. H. Magruder Charlea W. Young. 8rd Preeinot. B. 8. Baker, T. W. Mitchell, Danlel Henderaon, Jaek Aeree. R. H. Nelaon. 4th Preoinet, Pieasant Jonea, John G. Bmitb. Arthur Forteater, Sonuy Howard, John W. Price. Mr. B. P. Vandervall ia elerk of the Firat Baptiat Ohuroh ar.d a property ownar. He liv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 May 1900

By Rafry VvboD Reynoldsl CIIAPTKK XXIX. Whether it wns Karine whom I be? lieved I had beard weeplag or not, I could not bo sore. I could not have taken my oath that there had been a sound at all, but I wns morally ccrtalu -_CJt. _ I ran all round the house trylng ln vain to batter in a side door, and was met everywhere by silence and dark? ness. At the sldo, however, l came at last upon the extenslon, from the tower from which I had seen the sus plclous smoke and flame pouriug on that inemorable Christmas afternoon. Over the roof of the low "studio." whlch possessed no windows, I couid see a faint yellow glow, Hke a lumi nous halo or crown, and sudenly. as I stood regarding it ln some bewhder tnent, I recollected the skyllght whlch I had observed from within. If I could ln some way climb to the top. break through the glass and let myself down, the problem as to how I should get Into the house would be effectually solved. I dragged a rustlc seat ncross the grass and set it in an eagl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 May 1900

'? SATUROA.V, APrUL 28 11.00 THE RIDE TO SCHOOL Whea the -now ls coming- down, And the *aa***aS| bare and brown. CappinR wliite. And lhsrs*S not a brecze to stir Flak.cs that h- 14 la iMiuh u;;ti burr Through tho right: Then there comes a happy feellng tn tba mctnory of th. iWhen I rode to school with rather ln the old pung sleigh. There was mow the same as now, Topplnjr ever** branch and bough Through the wood: And tho sprucrs srcmril to be Each a giant Chrlstmas tne Where lt Htood, Bent snd ta un ?- with toy and don, till I wish''1 that I could stay, Andwouid turn abont.ar.d watch them frora tho o:d pung sleigh. Then the shapes a!o?*g the walls? Queer old women holding shawls In th<-!r lape; And the tonts without a door, And th" halaaBB sturopa that wore Polnted eaps; And the tracks across the snow, where a squirrel frisked away ."Wher. he heard the squeak and rattle ?f the old pung sleigh. There were thlmbles you could see. On the big thorn apple tree Near the bars: And the fl...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 May 1900

Fnbltehed every Fatorday by John Mttchell ] r., at tll North Foorth Street. JOHN MITOHELL, JR., EDITOR. a.n ooaaroantoationa intonded ror poblication BhomlObe aent ao aa to reaob ua by Wedneaday. TF.RMS IN ADVAJfCK. 4*ae Copy.one year,....?. One Copy.eight mot.thn,. ?One Copy, atx montha._.. 3)ne Copy, four montha. One Copy, three montha,. opy, thi Copy_ il *tagle Copy,-.?.ec ADVKRTISING RATX8. Vor one lnch, one ln?ertlon....m?...^.^._.4 9c aTorone *nch eaoh aubeequentinstrtton... * BTor twa laehes, three montha,..-._... 6 OC For twoinahea, alx montha. 100( For two lnehea, nlne montha._ 14 (X ?or two tnchea, tw?Wf montha_. 90 OC Narrlage and fnneral notloee. 6C 3tanding and tranalent notlcea per line. It FOSTAGK STAMPS OF A T ?vNOMINATlOS ?IWHM THAN TWO CEKT8 *OTRECKIV?r ?N 8UB8CRIPTI0NS. TbbPlavbt la lssued weekly. The aubacrip "Mon pricelall.60ayear.ln adrance. There are roua watb by whieh money ean br jant by mall atonr rlek?la ? PoatOfflce Monej Order; by Bank Check or Draft. or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 May 1900

SATURDAY MAY 5, 1900. THE LIGHT. JWhen darknesa thJck relgned over all the deep, When mlst and chaos over earth d!d keep Their forcnlesa ihodows ever veiled ln night. Ood aald: "Let there ba llghtr frVhen men la ala and ahaxne were welghted down. 'And groveled llke the serpent on the ground. fy?r all groao darkness with ita deadly bllght, Ood ?aW: "Let there be Ughtr "When ln tha tullness of the glorious day Chrlst came, the ating of death to take away, rhe angels gladly ?ang o'er Bethlehem's helght: Ba comeil Behold the llghtt Rejolcet Ttejoloe, O men of earth, aad aing. Jlosannas ghout for tidings that we brlng. No more need you ln sadness alt, and night. Awake! Behold the Liphtl ?-Frank lloore Jeffery, ln N. T. Obaerver. 6HAPING CONDUCT BY TRUTH. Secret of the GroTrth of r IrnmetrU ?al Character-CoBccrnlaa SocUU Uamares. ' It la lmpossible not to have some atandard for conduct, and it ia impor tant to adopt the highest. In atudy> Ing our fellow men we inevitably de aida that t...

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

SATURDAy. APRIL 28. 1900 RUDE TELEGRAPHY. a**ta? Odd Ui;' I i).-..iiw Mraai Sonth Afrlcans Have of v-n.:iin sa**-*va atnd Mraaaisra, Hucli aarprssta haeWan **xp**eaaa*] ;it Ihe qftlekness with whieh tha nall aaaa **t South Afriea have learncd the re traJts of the rri-cut battklaa between the Soers an.l British. Thnafi natl?meanuw nothing of our incthod of telegrnph hag, and yet, w haa* vtetorrj has beea de elared for either of thecoutendiug par tiea, tho news has been tlushcd with tuniazing celerity to remote parts of the eountry. Tha inanner in whioh the tvews is carried is uovel uud most in? teresting. Throughout Afriea the na? tives are expert in the use of what is ?known as the druni langunge, and they Btae it ns wc use the telegraph und Ihe telephone, naraely, for the purpose of Bending a message froni one place to another. The most important events. as well tae the daily occurrences in every vil BSkge, ai*e transmitted in this way. In ?the Congo region, near Stanley Falls. aom...

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

SATURDAY. MAY 5. 1900 DRESSED THE MARTINET. JL PrWate Who Oave Hia Ca.p4a4a a> Oood Drabblaa? for Hia Abaae. *Yea," said a veteran of the civil war, who possessed a medal forgallant serv ieee. **I went into the army a private and I came out a private, but that doesn't signify that I never went any bigher. I was pretty young when the war broke out, and there were many fellows in tho company who would naturally bo considered for promotion before I would, but, nevertheless, after about a year's service, I was promoted to be a sergeant. **Bat the honor didn't last very long, and the way in whieh reduction to the ranks came about is characteristic of the spirit whieh dominated the volun teer organizations and the state of dis cipline whieh prevailed. "Yoe know you couldn't treat private soldiers in the volunteer regiments in the army in precisely the manner regu lar soldiers are treated. In the first plaoe, the officers of the regiment were elected, whlch I believe to be subversive to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 May 1900

SA.TURDAY, MAY 5 1900 THAT GREAT FEFORT ICONTINUED FROM 1ST PAQE.J rereat. bought any property. We have nndertaken to buy mere sovereignty. Tbere were no public lands fn the Philippioe Islands, the propert* of Soain. whieh we have booght and paid for. The mountains nf iron and tbe nuggeta of sold and t e hernp-bearing llelds?do you potpose to strip >the ownera of their rightfol title ? We have nndertaken to buy ellegiaace, rure and simple. And sllegianee is jostwbat the law of nationa deelares you cannot boy. Tbe power of Con greaa to diapose of the territory or other property of tne United 8tates, invokf d in;tbis deb%tf ,as Ue foundation of yoor eonatitutional right, may ear rv with it in a rrorer eaae a right to the allegisnee of the occupant of the soilweown. But we have not bougbt any property there. The mountains of iron, the noggete of gold. the hemp beanrr flelda the tobaceo and aussr and ctffee are not ours. unleas bolding IJrst that we esn boy of t*psin sn all* gianee w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 May 1900

VOL.XVH NO 21 KICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1900 PRICE 5 CEisTS EDITOR MITCHELL SECURES COUNSEL. Jackson Ward Forgeries. CROWDING THB OFFICIAL. BALLOT---THE ATTBMPT TO CONFUSE AND MIS LEAD VOTERS. Citizens Rights under the Law?The Attorney General's Decision-- Can Remedy the Errors. Jaekion Ward. the "Blaok Belt" of thia city ie again the eentre of intereat. On May Brd, John Mitehell, Jr., flled nctioei for the following candiatea. who had been nomlnated May 2ad, at Bt. Lukea* Hall. Board of Aldearnen : John Mitehell, Jr., B P. Vandervall. Oommon Oouneil: J- J- Carter, Jeorton Deana. Joaeph Randolph Porter, H. F. Jonathan, W. S Selden; Juatieeaof the Peaoe, Jamea T. White. Uberlea E. L. Primua, H. O. Hunter. The next moming it waa aaeertaln ed that Koyal Baoka (eolored) >had brought, at the inatigation or aeme one a liatof bogua natavea and that Mr. WalterOhriBtian, Olerk of the Haat inga Oourt had reeaived them. xa*s Booca babiai. Jamea Y. Smith whoae name waa flled ia cn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 May 1900

rCO.WRIGNT. 1698. BY THE AUTHOR CTTAPTEU III. lt was ber pteaawxe to ae_______By _ne te nsy room, wbUhar l led bar ae> ?oonling to her ditfectloa, ber baad reat in? on iny arm. WV were aaariy of ?oqunl h? iuht. whlch iniidc it Bpeclally _>asy for me to becotae her ^ru'nle. She left n.o after a whilo. having n* Banred hsraetf that tt-tagahadbeea made cooafortable for my reception. And.in deed, a far more capttow paffHHl than I. aud one used to far grpater luxury, ??ould Bcar< 'y have found anything to ?oni'.lain ol ln tiie small suite of rooms chamber, slttiag-roota nnd bath_ hat had beea recently appointed, ln -view of tba faet that Madam was ii> >.it to reeeive iuto hor house a new inmate. I made a tareusj inspection of my apartaaeats, dlapoesJ my beftoaginga for tbe aight, after rafrseblag my seU witb tba dataty se_pper which M.oi ? _m insish-d I should take in my own :n, being lirmly af tba opinion that \:is too fatigucd to dlaa beiow atatra, wont to the window and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 May 1900

mr , SATURDAY M._Y 12. )<?><) THE PEACEMAKER. "Twj^ soldiers, lying as they fell I'pon the r.dileued clay? In daytlme foes; at nijrht, In peace? Breathing their lives awajr. Brave heart had stlrred each manly breaat; Fat? only mado them foes. And lying. dylng. side by side. A softened feellng rose. "Our time is short." one faint voice said; "To-day we'vo done our best I On different side*. What matters now? To-morrow we'ro at rest. IJfe lies behind; 1 might not care For only my own sake, But far away are other hearts That this days work will break. "Among old ilampshire's pleasant fields There pray for me to-night A woman and a little girl With hair like golden light"? And at that thought broke forth at last The cry of anguish wild That would no lonser be ropressed? "Uh, God: my wife and child!" "And." said the other dylng man, "Across tho sandy plain There watch and walt for me loved ones I'll never see again. A Uttle girl with dark. bright eyes Each day waits at the door:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 May 1900

?a? ?. ? _i ?. j. i ._= FuMlshed every Saturday t>y John Mitchell r.. at 811 North Fonrth _-treet. JOHN MITCHELL, JR., EDITOR.L. Allcommonications lntendeo rorpubllcatlon ahould be sent so aa to reaeh ua by Wedneaday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. Wne Copy, one year,.?.%i Ba One Copy,eight moi.tha... i.00 One Copy, alx months.?..80 One ?opy, four months. .60 One Copy, three months._..._ 40 ?Vngle Copy,..<* ADVKRTISINQ RATES. Tor one lnch. one lnaertlon...?.?_.._...$ 3t For one lnch each subsequent Insertloa... lf For two lnehv., three months,._. 6 OC For twolnehes, six months. 10? For twolnehes, nine month).. 14 OC For two lnchee, tw?lve montha. 30 0( Marriage and funeral noticos. & 3tandliig and translent notlces per line. lt POSTA.JK STAMPS OF A I -.NOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS .-OTREf*_-VSX! ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. ThiPlanktIs Iasued weekly. The subscrlp Mon prloc la $1.50 a year, ln advance. Tker* are rooa wats by whlch money oan b* jpnt by mail atour rluk?ln _ Post Office Moaey Ord...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 May 1900

SATURDVY MAY 12, 1900. Ignored bythe Boers, Who Leave Their Homes to Fight. .._, GLOOMY TIDINQS FROM MAFEKING The TVhltea Living- on a Quart of Porrldsre and a Tonnd of Horae SanaaRe Dnlly ? Everythlna- Klae Eatablr Haa Gone. London, May 9.?Four thousand cav? alry watered their horses at Zand River Monday, 25 miles beyond Smal deel, where Lord Roberts contlnuea to date his dispatches. The scouts who have been searching the eountry for m'les along the stream have found no Boers south of the river. The enemy are laagered in un known force on the north bank. Thua the British advance guard is within 45 miles of Kroonstad. The Free Staters, in the expectatlon that Kroonstad will speedlly become unten able, are, aocording to Information from Lorenzo Marques, preparing to transfer their government to Hell bron, a little more than 50 miles north east The proelamatlons of Lord Roberts appear to have little effect upon the Inhabitants of the Invaded distrlcts. Every farm is found deserted exc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 May 1900

SATUKDAY. MAY 12, 1000 FOR MODERATE DRINKERS. tBleohnl and Ita DerlvallTrs Are Too Tboujf lu l??vl > | a.-,l?(onimrnts oa Atnatcr's Kiprrloianl. I have road with nuich interest l'rof. CsVtwater's report of the experiruents -arhich he has eonducted nt Middletown, Conn., under the nuspices of the corn* asittee of 50 for the invest igat ion of the jsirink problem. lt has lon-*; been ?srell known that the hydro-carbons, *the oils. fats. saceharine substanees, atareh and alcohol are heat-producing. and Kources of energy in the liut:;.-in eody. Therecent experiments by Prof. Atwater simply demonstrate thut the human body can oxidi/e ? use as fucl sting energy?2y2 ounces of alcohol * day. It-is urged that the alcohol a be more readily eonveried into crgy than the hydro-oarbons mon ioned ordinarily used as food. and anfcy subserve a purpose in an ********** j-feney where rapid evolution of force is jtaiperative. I'nlike any other hydro '-*-?rbon used as food or as a bcvc-rairc. Icohol ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 May 1900

tu*-* v SATURDAY, MAY 12 1900 -JOY COMETH IN THE MORNING. When cruel hate had slaln. - And by love's hands was laln The Savlour's body BB the sombcr tomb, Then fell the night of woe Orr-Tir'urts that loved Hlm so. That nll thlnes earthly seemed to slnk ln g-loom. No bouikI was heard, whe*t? slept their dea.l, Save the low nlpht-blrd's cry and Roman sentry's tread. O mournful is the state Of those who can but wait With hands that ycarn some deed of love to do!. Slow passed the wanlng night, Until the morning: light Had plerced the sable curtain through and through, Tlngelng tho castcrn'sky wlth gray. Whlch soon to crlmson turned before the King of Hay. Ere this the Magdalcne. With love's Impatlence keen. Had sought the place where her dear Maa? ter lay; The splces that she bore On Him she will outpour, If she can flnd a friend to roll the stone away. Her heart Is heavy wlth its loss. ?And Just to live is now* life's hcaviest cross. How could the birds sing so ln presence of her woe! ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 12 May 1900

SATURDAY. MAY 12, 1900 FROM PORTSMOUTH. The Friday Nisht Clob held their regular meeting Friday night, May 4th. at the residenee of Misa (51 ara Bailey Green St. The aubjeet for diacuasion was "The Antiquary." read by Mr, W M. Read and Miaa Kate Elliott; and partieipated in by other merabera ot tbe olub Mrs. Magnolia Johnaon. 1108 King Btre-et, snd Mrs. Laeretia Oannon, of WMg6W Btreet, are much improved. ^Mr Ueorgs A. -sVlr/jn apent Snnday at hia old home, Deep Creek, with hia parenta. It la being whiepered around that Mr ? of Chicas-o will lsad to the altar ia August one of Portamouth'a most eharming aoeiety lady of Wash? ington St. That's why Mr.O-haB ehange his route aod prefera Norfolk rather than Portamouth. Mr. Juliua Martin who haa beer ?ruiaing the Atlartie Oeean cn the Monitor &mphritite ia in the eity. Mxt. Martin waa msde one happy wo? man on seeing hia fsce Monday, Aoril 80th. " v Mra. Oordelia Eaaton of Mt Hermon ia quite aick Mr. Pere/ Qusrles of Riohmond, th?* eo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 May 1900

VOLXVII NO_32 RICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MAY 19. 1900 PRICE 5CE2STS THE INJUNCTION WAS GRANTED Ten Forged Names Ordered Off the Offlcial Ballot. THE FRAUD EXPOSED. Royal Racks' Affldavit?Serions Charge Against a Candidate. Thb Jae-son Watd Forgery Cases have been the sibject of discussinn for a week or more. Attorney-Grner ?1 Montsgne delivered the following aound opinion: "Ricbmokd, May 10.1900. To tha Eleetoral Board of the City of Riehmond, Kiehmond, Va : Gentlemen:?In tbe matter of there quest of your board as to the power of said board to inquire whether or not the notiee of eandidates for office is forged, I am of opinion that it is eom petent for the board to determine whether the provisions of the law re apeatieg the notiee of oandidecy has been properly given, or given at all; and, therefore, in the ease in question the board has the power co investigate as best it can whether any of said no* tiees are forgariaa. While the board is a ministerial body, yet all ministerial ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 May 1900

FCOPYRIGNT. 1698.BY THE AUTHOR CHAPTEU IV. My mtrror had told me that I had STTowr younger sinee eoming to Kldon. The hollows in my cheeks had rouuded out, I could no longer say that I was too white for beauty. and the anxious and harrassed expression which the _xtsatisfactory and unsettlcd conditious of my life prior to my departure from New York had graveu on my features ' had wholly given plaee to tha natural | aerenity nnd animatlon of my age. I was souiewhat mollitied by his explan- i atlon, fee! ing R flattering to mv fffraunt ' appcaraii. e. I smiled. "Yes," I replied, "it was I, and 1 was etranded, that ls a fact. But for your chivalrous assistnnre I shuddcr io think what might have liocome of me." He laughed. and at that moment his .mother re-entered the rooin, hearing on a small tray a enp of stenniing tea, the mere sight of which seemed to lnfuse new strength into my ?____. ] I was not disappoiuted in Its e'ffect up- j on me, for after drinking it I folt like I a new crea...

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