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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 May 1900

f SATURDAY MA.Y 19. Hmm>. PLAYING "MAKE BELIEVE." Oh, wise and happy children! What fancles you can weave, .When, lacklng What \im long for, You laugh and "make believe!" Tou "make believe" the arm. halr* e A horse, a ship. a car, And you are going to travol So ewlft and SSlfe and far! Tou "make believe" the sca-ehells Are dishes rare nnd old? The least ones tllled with water Are goblets made of gold! Tou "make believe" the dolllea Are little children dear. And you as aunts and uncles Must grave and stern appear! T?u "make believe" you're royal. That each one wears a crown? That hands are white and Jewclcd Instead of bare and brown! Oh, wise and happy children! Can anyone co'ncelve What pleasure tUls your bosoras "When playing "make believe?" Perchance our hearts 'twould llghten Could we but Just reeeive The goods klnd Fortune gives us. And play at "make believe!" ?Francls \V. Sterns. ln Ledger Monthljr. The Book That He Married | By Aaron Mason. ^ AT FOKTY, Pl__t l.l.-ic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 May 1900

TnbBaha-1 every Saturday by John Mitohell Jr.. at Sll r-ortri Foorth ftre-et Jt-BJS MITOHELL, JR., EDITOrT AD eommnri oanona lntendeo rorpubllcatlon should bo aent ao aa to reaoh oa by _Wrdn-artaT. TKRM8 IN ADVANCS. ?na Copy, one year...^^^....Mas One Copy,eight mot.tha,.._..._ (.m One Copy, alx months.*gg One Gopy, four montha,.?..........."* m One Copy. three montha. ? .aa tingle Copy?. ;*? ADVKRTISING RATB8. Por one lnch, one lnsertlon....?~..._^._..*j 90 Por one lnch each sur*aequent lnsertlon BB Por two iMobea. three months,..." e 00 Por two ltiehea, alx montha. 1000 For two Inchea, nine mon tha. 14 0C mot two lnehea, tw-?lve montha., aooo Marriage and fnneral notlces. 60 *ttan.dlng and translent notlces per liiie"!!! 1C POSTAGK STAMPS OF A I .NOMINATION HICHERTIIAN TWOCKNTS *<OTRK*n**lV-CD t>N SCBSCRIPTIONS. T-sPlawxt la lssued weekly. The subecrlp *acu price ls$1.50 a year.ln advance. There are roca wats by whlch money ean be jsn t by mail at our rlak?la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 May 1900

SATURDAY MAY 19, 1900. ? ? V* Tbe iDjQuCtion Was Grante-i CONTINUED FRO*d THE 18T PAQB. Adams, William B. Smith, John G. Smith, Henry Moore, A. Hayea. They returned to Editor Mitehell's reaidenee at about 2 o'eloek with the afSdavits; snd at 8:50 A. M. Mr. Waa L. Royall found the editor in the Oity Hall awaiting the srrival of the Judge. There wera ten namea to be strlcksn from the effieial ballots and the writ tsx amount to $15. Mr. H. F. Jona than went on the bond of Editor Mitohell in eaoh caae. the amount be? ing 950 00 Tho Bheriff proceeded to eerve the iojunetioos on the Eleetoral Board and tbus the barefaeed criminal attempt to crowd the ballot with nsmea and oonfuse the votera waa frua* trated. [The Newa, May 16.] Royal Raeka; thla mornioa* made a elean breaat ot hia psrt in the forged notioea sent to the Huatinga Oourt. He furnishad of hia own voliiion the following affidavit: State of Virginia, City of Riohmond? to-wit: ThiB dsy peraonally appeared bsfore C C. Chapin, a no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 May 1900

SATURDAY. MAY 1. 1900 UNROLLING THE SPOOL. aw Johu'. MiiDhoo.I Was Vrou.rd Tobaceo and Beer Motiej- That I'nTroand a Snrprlar. John Lee hnd become unsteady. He had formed the aequaintanee of some Cast young: men, nnd every time he avent down strcot some one would ask hlm to drink. and then he would have 4? treat, and the habit of drinking so (grew on him tbat he was faat bccoaa thf-a drunkard. A good many uights, ?While he was Kleepin.*- off the effec-t of liquor he had drunk. his poo* mother *w*s awaka, w*j**pijajv and p-ntyiag for bim. Sometimes she would talk to him. and he would promise to do bet? ter, but be alwaya broke his pr-oe-dee. Pretty Mary. who had promis.-.l to l>? tfiOtne his wife as soon as they eould tve enough money to g-o to house epin-. notiord a ehange in bim. and aaistrustetl that nll was not right Bnt she kept hoping for the best. and ?aving her money to buy the furui tt-ure for the happy home she hoped *BOon to enjoy. One night John waa brought hom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 May 1900

SATURDAY, MA\ 191900 ? ? ???* CARMED.HIS LUNCH. Cleveland Business* Man Has a Rather Funny Experience. Mach to II l_ Surprlur He Proved Qmltc aa Altrarlloa toaFlo?ko(8par ? _>?*? uy Wavlng a Rovr of I'rurali. llt-lilml Him. The intelligent young woman who looks nfter th. kitchen work in Mr. Biuglcy's establishment is quite a dab Bter at bread-niakinj.. says the Cleve? land l'Liin Dealer. She usually "sets" the mixture late in the evening. and in order to keep it warm and comfortable brings it into the dining-room in its big pan and plaees it on achair. The other night it grew rest'.ess and "rose" and ran over. When the intelligent girl took it away in the gloom of the early morning she .lidai't notiee the aceident. She merely picked up the pan, pushed Ihe chair seat baek under the table and ?went her w.-_v. When Mr. Bingley came down to breakfast it was 6till gloomy,, and ?without a glance he pulled out his chair, gathered up his coat tails and plumped himself down in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 May 1900

SATURDAY. MAY 19, 1900 CRIME IN WESTJIRGINIA, COLORED MAN LYNCH ED. Graphic Scenes &t HInton THE OFFICERS' PLEA. No Punlshment for th< Lynchers. Hikton, W. Va., May 11 ?One ol the moat horrible ealamities befell thia community to-night about 11-8C o'eloek that haa ever atained the name of the eountry, whieh was the Jynch ing ot William Lee by a mob of about seventy-five or one hundred mt?n. Lee waa from Re Idaville, N. C , and for aome montha paat had baen work? ing on the double traekinc whieh tht Oheaapeake scd Ohio sre having laid near Saodstone, about ten milea west of thia plaee. On the night of the 9th inatant he attempted to aaaault Mra. H. H. Diefenbaek, the lady oneratoi for tha Oheaapeake and Ohio Rsilwsv at Bsndatone, but was foiled in hia pnrpopp by the timely arrival of a ir? fh' -r in Lee e-caped to the ?"'" ?*????-* **"-i was a cir-ly hidden until thia morninp when his where abouta were aseerta n- ? lv .. -? 0f hi| oomradea under the i f? .,.. 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 May 1900

VOLXVII NO 23 mCHMONDVIKCIINIA, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1900 FRICE 5CE.NTS THE TRIAL OF BAPTIST CHARGED WITH MUR? DER. The Scene in the Gourt Room r Botdtob, Va., May 22.? Speeial? Promptly at 10 o'eloek thia morning Btephen Bsptiat waa brought into eourt in the euatody of tbe ehenff. Loat night waa uouBually quiet in tbe town, and the soldiers with the priaon? er apent the nicht undiaturbed in the court-rocm. as the Jail le not suitable lot the aecommodstion of the military After the aheritf had made the uaual proclaaoatioD, tha Jury waa empaneled and tho witneaa aworn. The jury ia an intelligent bodyof men. A military company in a eonrt.room ia a rare eight in a Virv,inia eourt, but this ia the eaae today in one of the courta of Mecklen burg. Such a aeeae sa thla looka strange in a eourt of jnatiee. At the ooening of the eourt Oom moowealth'a Attorney E. C. Gocde, the proaecutor, announeed that be waa ready for trial, and at the requeat of ths eourt, Mr. Harry Smith ia aerying ae counae...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 May 1900

COPYRIGNT. 1888. BY TjtiZ AUTHOR i C___f_P___B V. Early the BCXt mornlng I made .1 speeial expedition down the avenue to diseover if the shutter still remained open. but found that such was not the case. . l Two day8 later, as I was ntHuit Btarting out for my MMl exenise. I BaH May>?orry hovering alxnit tha low? er hall. As she observe<1 BM th? eame forward and aaid, as if in a caaaal ?way: ".Miss I.othrop. will you perinit nn? to ' Canttoa you a little? This neighl>or bood is an isolated one. I do not think it quite wise or safe for a youn. girl to be out alone here abovta after dark." There was a look of anxiety on her ' face. a forced attempt at eHiolessn.ss about her manner. that made me su? spect tho geuuincncss of her coucern for me. "Madam has aiwaya aeemed lo eaa- I elder lt safe enough." 1 retnraed. "Is ' there nuy speeial leaaoa for alartnV" She hastened to n.issure me upon this point. and I was about t?> aaaert my determlnatlon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 May 1900

SATURDAY, M VY 26 l.?00 aJ**ilra^"4aWB>**?fcaS*4*:^ LHis Famiiy Specter | ^<*^<ar^<oY^^'.\*^*?i><ajZ\<W*l $ 'HY JOVK. Gordon, l don't know fi what to make of you!" ex? claimed Tom Fairleigh, drawing on hi3 gloves with considerable show of vexation. "Amy Hcpburn's happiness is dear to me. In fact, I came here to-night to tell you that I love her?** **To tell me!" broke in Gordon. "Why don't you tell her?" "Wait?can't you? Let me -flnish. I have told her, and she has declined me. It was done very gently and with the greatest possible regard for my feelings, but ncvertheless I was declined. Don't think me a fool be? cause I come here and make a confes? sion whieh can be nothing less then mortifying. I'm doing it for Amy'a sake." "For Amy's sake?" echoed Gordon. "Yes; I want to see her happy, and you are the man to make her so. She declined me on your sccount. Of couse I knew long ago that you were my rival, bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 May 1900

Publlehed every Saturday by John Mitchell 7r., at 811 North Foorth Street JC HN HITC'HELJUJR.. EDHOR All eommcnicarjong intended for pnblleatton sboald be aent so as to reach us by W??dnt^wlav TIBM8 IN ADVAMCB. SS_e Copy, one year. .,. 41 so One Copy, eight months,..'.._ i_bq One Copy, six nont_u,...-..?.^?MM^.?^??, joa -n?_opy, fonr months.?.."__ ta One Copy, three montha,. .*" '40 J-ngle Copy_. a\\ ADVERTISINQ &ATES. For onelneh.ona lnsertion......_._^.. 4 & for one lnch eaoh snbsequent inaertlon. St For two lach _h, three months,.. __ g op For twoluches,alx months..7. 1000 For two lnehea, nine mon ths. 14 OC -For two lnehea. tw??lve months. " 30 00 Marriage and funeral nctloes,. K< standing and trausieni notloea per line. lt v?OSTAG? STAMPS OF A T -.NOMINATION JrflUHER THAN TWO CENTS ..OT EECglVKD _?_" SCBSCRlPTIONS. l-aPLAMrrlalssned weekly. The subecrlp -Meo priee is $1.60 a yeer, ln advance. __Jr?_re *"* FOt"' ~ avs by whlch money ean b? BMt ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 May 1900

SATURDAY. MAY 26, 1900 TflE B02RS DETEHMINED ? ?? They Deolare Their Intention to jna**-: - Fight to a Fini8h. 01EAEING OUT S0N-G0MBATANT8 Boer Chiefe Vreparlnjj \T!th tha rt aaoat Baate For the Defenae ef Pre? toria aad Jokannesburt-Lord Rob awts atoTlus oa Boer Stroa-rholde. j London, May 23.?The Transvaal government haa Informed the corre Bpondents at Pretoria that lt haa aot consldered and doea not intend to con Blder uncondltlonal surrender, but will flght to a finlsh. The foreign consula have beea Informed that Johanneaburg mill be defended, and the government announcea that lt will not hold itseif responslble for Injury to peraon or property resulting frora the defenae measures. Pretoria dlapatches afflrm that Pres!- I cent Krugar, President Stsyn and all tha moat prominent leaders of both republlcs, after a prolonged lnter change of vlews, ara determined to continue the raslstance, but that a ml nority of the leaders advocats Sur? render without terma. Mra. Reitz, wlfa of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 May 1900

SATURDAV. MAY: 6 1900 THE PRAIRIE'S SOD CHURCH. A roof of grass. a wall of sod. Rude handiwork of settlers' hands. a*mle wlndtlowers from the low savas nod? Ix>ne tempie of the prairie lands. tfo towerlng spire. no frescoed wall. No cushloned pew nor veerlng fane, No plllars deeply carved and tall, No chaateneu light Trom stalncd pane. Btr* wenlth It hath of vaulted aisles: Bnt from the ronirh unpalnted door, 0***x aaa llka, larr* raarhlag bbIIss Bcnds down the sky Into Its floor. earth It ii* of Natures stock. Pretendlng naught of charm or grace; Tat there <i'>th one devoted Dock nnd Joy?and Hia abldlng-placc. ?ma near to Nature and to God Seem tho?e who wait devoutly th.ro, Baftthln the little ohureh of sod. *f*o spend an hour ln song* and prayer. at when, across the greonlng ways. Where roam the herds and flocks at will, Comes. ciear and swoet. a hymn <>r pralsa, The traveler halts. his heart athrill. "trong are thy foundatlo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 May 1900

a"""--_a_s__r?__aear__ SATCJRDAY MAY 20, 1900. WtfEN THE o<tf> Regiments march away _> "What do the war-drums say When the regimcnts march nway Under the old red, white and bjue. Whcso blown strlpes ripple "jfarewell" to you? To the tear-dlmmed eyes and the hearta so true: What do thewar-drumitay? "Over the world away. To tho wrath and red o' the fray, Go bayonets and blades Ot the gallant brlRadcs. From patriot. mothers and loved, fair malda; Away! away! to the crlmson fray; And the boys will be baek some day!" What do the war-drums sny When the rcglments march p.way Wbere the trumpled fields of the world ara red With the llfe-raln o'er the green turf shed. And the drooped, torn flags enfold tha dead? What do the war-drums aay? "Under the crimaon bars, Under the storm-swept stars, Far from the mothers and malda that weep O'er tbe reddened harvest their hearts must reap, In the love of their eountry they sleep? they sleep! And away! away! to tho crlm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 May 1900

TH0EA8 O. J_.J_30N, T~_e Oldest and Moat Soeeetsful Farm? er in Loniaa Dead. Thomaa GL Jaekaon wss atriekea with paralysis and after a short attaek died on the 15th inst. BHOBT SEBTCH OP HIS LITB. "Thonaas O Jaekao waa born in Lou? iaa, Aognat J, 1828. Hia aneestora liv ing free, he had a ehanee to aare hia earnings after ha beeame of age In 1849. he having gttained his matrrity _f_fagB_ bimself te work for L K Brooks who Was a very euoc*?.fui farm er, espeeially in tobeeoo raiaing. He Has emplojedby this geod man for thirteen yeara. Beginning at |75 an-4 bia wagea raised until he received $126 M annum, whioh money he sa~ed. A flew years before the ou' break of the Civil War, he deeided to buy a farm of aan, He bought the farm whioh he recentlj left to hia ehild r? n. At tke beginning of the Rebellion he ?was b prosperooB farmer, but wm made to give up a great part of hia produce and stock for the support of the aame. After the elose of the war he elobo rmtrd his agrieultur-ng appoi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 June 1900

VOL.XVII NO 24 lilCHMONDVIBQINIA, 8ATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1900 PRIOE 5E^TS HAVE APPEALED TO THE COURTS. The Jackson Ward Cases to be Reviewed. THE FRAUD EXPOSED. Everjbody Astounded at the Audacity of The Robbery. MR. ROYALL TO REPRESENT THEM Notice of Contest Served by the Candidates. The outregeoua fraud* in Jaekaon Ward M?y 34th have attraeted univer b?1 attention and after eonaaltation withhia aaaoeiatee, John Mitehell, Jr., deeided to inatitute legal proeeedinge in order to eitabliah their righta under the law. The tsllera had tallied eaeh oolored and white person wbo TOted that day. keeptag namea and addretiei of the former. All violationa of the law had been noted and thia information eert ediu baaia lor the eonteat. Whea the facts were laid before Hon. William L. R )yall and the palpt ble fraud made erident, he deelared that he belieyed he could win the caae in the eoarte. Aceordiagly, on lait Wedneaday morning, in eompany with John Mitohell. Jr., they repaired to the Glerk'i Offl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 June 1900

C0PYR1GHI l89a.BYTHi: AUTHOR CKAPTKR vr. u was not u greaf wbAa befete tho news of Datneott Chea?ev*a retum crept through tho neighborbood. Bv degrers at (Hi:iintain?>s bcgap to pre aent themselves at The Ivies. and theso no louger ft.und their inquiries greet ed by the old formula of exclusion Prowently it seemed to me that every one within a radius of tweoty mlles had ealled. with the exoeption* of Dr Speneer and his uiother. They only, of all whom 1 vlsited, refrained from ask mg news of the travolcr or inentioning him in any conneotlon. And yet I knew tbnt formerly David Speneer and Darracott Chester had been elose friends. What had eaused the breach . between them ? Notwithstanding tbe fact that Jdad Am had prtparod me for the Rbsence of heroie attributes in her son's appear Wt 1 was distiuctly disappointed in him at fir.st sight. He was noither tall nor short, graceful nor awkward, hand Rome nor homcly.. My first impressiou of him was one of exceeding medlo crity. M...

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

1111 I ? '?" III ? ??? IIII ??? --? SATURI AY, JUNE 2 1 ?00 ? . | A FREAKY TEHMG IS LDCa | LThei'iseorilfnn'HTWhOM 9 I.aok W?? Stoleu gj tTTOUDNT that bump you!" murmured the faro dealer, reflectively, aa a thin pock-marked man passed the cpruer of Broadwuy and Thlrty-eighth street. "What's that?" asked the raoe fol lower. "Seein* you throw the frapped coun tenanee up against Heuneasy. Say, wasn't you feedin' him couple yeara ago, when I seen 3-ou down i* New Or jeans?" "Surc!" said the raee man. "And now you throw him down?" "That's right." "Woman?" "Not on your life.** "What then?" ""Say," said the raee man, "d'y* ever hear how me and Hennesay come to 4?ether, an* what happened to both of ua?" "Nope." "Weil, it's a queer story, and it goes ?to show what a freaky thing luck is. We couldn't ever trot donble. If Hen neasy ia flying high, I'm eold broke, an' rf l*ra a winner, Hennessy's on the pork. Besides, he could never atay ?innrc with a friend nohow." "Well, how about it?" asked ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 June 1900

Pwbltehaa ermrr Satnrday t?y John?lt?-he 7r., a?811 Nortb Foarth Stfeet. JOHN MITOHKLL, JR., EDITOrt. All roxrunomcatlona mtenaefl rorpnbllcatio abouldbe aent ao aa to reaob ua by Wedneadav. TBRM8 IK ADVANC*. ?*e Copy.ooe year..._..~..~~.....8XBfl One Copy.elght mobtha........ 1.00 One Copy, alx montha.....80 Oao 43opy, four montha... .80 One Cwjjy, tbree montha,.?..._.... .40 wataie Copy_.08 ADV1RTI8ING RATK8. For one Inch. one lnaertion.~....^.^.?.4 9o fc\>r one lnch each anbaequent lnaertion... Sfi For two lnchea, three montha. S00 For twolnehea, alx montha. 100* For Wo inchea. nine montha. 14 0C For two lnebea. tw>lye montha_. 80 00 Marri&ge and funeral notlce*. 60 Stamdlna and tranalent notlcea per line. K P06TAGK 8TAMP8 OF A T tJJOMINATION SlIUHKR THAN TWO CKNTS >OTR?CRiVKD DN 8UBSCBJPTI0NS. T"K bP lanbt la laaned weekly. The anbecrtp aoo. prioe ia 81.60 a year, ln advance. Taore are roca watb by which money oan be jant by mall atou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 June 1900

SATDRDAY, TUNE 2 19 fT]0 F GENERAL CASTROS VICTORY. awwauaeTaa Captnred nnd Peaee) XB Saw luarrd ln Veaeiaala. New York, May 30.?Gonsalea Es* awvaa, Venesuelan consul ia thia city, Jaatarday received a dlspatch from Oaatro aanounelng the capture of Kamandez, and adding "peace aaaur ?d." Owneral Castro ls not yet prsaldent ?f Yenezuela, but, accordlng to tha sjoaamh haa become such a great fa ?orite with the people that he will be sdected presldent. General Castro assnmed charga of mffafrs last October, after Andrade fled GENERAL CASTRO. from the country. Castro wlshed to take General Hernandea as a minlster tata his cabinet, but Hernandea aaid he would not accept anything short of tha presldeney. Owlng to their dlsagreement Castro teipiiaoned Hernandea. At the aad of four montha Hernandea was liberated. Ba at once gathered a thousand men aurooad him and defled Castro. With his son Hernandes took to the moun talne and began a war. On May 27 he was taken prlsoner. LORD SALISBURY'S FOR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 June 1900

MATURDAY. JUNE 2, 1900 THEGITHER STILL you and I thegither atlll. We're left now a' oor lane. Te> belp 11k Ither doon the hlll; But we mauna coraplain. Old agf'a snaws are fallln' fast, Oor bairnlea scattered far; What aud we car? for atorm and blnst, Syne we thegither are? lt aeems, puld wife, but just yestrecn ?When we foreaathered hame, What annala chanjfe fu' lle between. But we are still the same. Ah, then you were my bonnie brlde. Wl' halr a' auburn-brown; We dldna care for thlrurs o' prlde That crazed the neebrln' town. Oor household altar we set up, IU-furnlshed but an* ben; Aft drtnkln* frae tbe self-sanae cup, Wbat mattered poortlth thon? Without. the dalaled alebe I pleughed. Tou plled hand at tbe loom; Let blast come dooa, we clos^r stood And gl'ed the strangrer room. twa-score yeara we've held oor aln. Ha'e had oor ups an' doona, Tm cleek thegither still fu* faln Throug-h fortune's smlles and frowne. And now life's tale ls wcll-nlgh tauUl, Oor sands are almos...

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