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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 June 1900

SATURDAY, JUNE 23 19<W ACTORSP SUMMER OUTING3. Miss Nethersole wiil rest at home in lEngland. Miss Viola Allen -p.-ill ,go te a Long lsland farm. Richard Manstield will go where his doetor direct s. Hfr. and Mrs. .Tames K. Haokett will camp out in the Adirondaeka. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Sothern w_l! be among the Kuropean travclers. William (.illettc will ooast along the .New England shore in a housoboat. Mme. Modjeska already has sought her California ranch home near Sa .Diego. Ada Rehaa will apend a portion of' the BaaaaaM at her l.ngli_-h c ountryj residenee. Alice Niclsen will go 11> her raneli onj the raoifle slope an<l later may takej _ trip t<> Honolulu. William II. (rane and Sfunrt BoM ?on will ba found at ("ohasset. wl.ihO ; h Jetferaon will be at B_-_a-_t_y Bay. J Maude Adam.-. will gr> abroad for a few weeka, bni w-iii return ln Beeaear for a month's rest on ber Long lsland' farm. ICay Invin will divide her time be-' tween Erwia Ialand, la the Thousand] lale...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 June 1900

? ? I t BTttMSstiai every Paturday "by John Mltch Cr.. atBll North Fonrth street. ~JOHNMITOHELI%JR? EDITOR All cr n rrr p'catiora intended for pnbllcateo abouid be aent ao aa to reach na by Wednesdav. TERMS IN ADVANCX. One Copy,one year.at "aj Tae Copy .eight moi.ths... 1.09 JneCopy.Hlx montha,........80 Dne Copy, four montha,.60 *>ne Copy. three months,.40 ->tngle Copy,-.oa ADVERT18ING RATES. -Tor one lnch, one lnsertlon..............| 5C For one lnch each subeequent lnsertlon... St For two lnches, three months,.?^.? 6 00 For twolnehea,six months. 100C For two lnches. ulne months_.. 14 Ot For two lnches, twelve munfa. 30 Ot Marriage and funeral notiees. 5< Standing and translent uotlces per line. n .POSTA'.E STAMPS OF A I .NOMINATION WIGHERTHAN TWO CENTS ..OTRE'EIVKL . '.N SUBSCEJPTIONS. I'FiPiAXiT ls issued weekly. The anbecrip -Oon price lsll.tOa year. ln advance. There are roca wavs by whlch money can b* -int by mail atour risk?in .. Post Offlce Nonci rder , by Bank Che...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 June 1900

A ' SATURDAY, TUNE 23J900 till daylght began to die ont. IToseln had the whole dctacbment busy for oome hours cuttlng a number of short bamboo stlcks and borlng holes ln their ends, through whlch short lengths of cord were run. He had a way of holding his tongue till ques tioned, and. moreover. liked to have hia plans matured before being called on to explaln them; so I let hlm pro ceed unqnestloned until I saw he was ready. ? *What are these things for?* I then asked hlm. ? 'Food for the Thugs. sir,' he -re? plied. "When they taste these they ara ollent/ ?Then T percelved that the mysteri? ous artieles were gags. ?" They will come across the ford to night.' contlnued Hosoln. We will be ln waitlng. and as they lnnd one by ane, selse them and stop their voices. ?"How can you be sure they will trossT said I. ??Shall I not tempt them?" he an ?rwered. 'Shall I not light a flre and aend a cry across the water as these would have done lf God had not de? livered them into onr hands?' ** ?H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 June 1900

s?ATURDAx\ JUNE 23. 190G BEST EFFORTS OF THE POETS.I In Old '!'?? ii ii f*. ?..-,. a] -Tbe old Tcnnesaee brings baek memortei to m?-\ "Where. In chlldhood. T played day "by day. "Round the old cabln home. so dear to me then. But. alas! now so far. far away. ****/?) oft heard tho inoeklrtff bird sin-rlng hls lay. i While he iwrched on the cotton wood tree, .And old Mistor Bob White a-calling- his mate? 1 "Twaa away down ln old Tennesaee. X knew the best places, where blackber rtes crew. And the wild flowers perfumed the air: AJao every aeta ln the brown thrushs song-. ? And la sprhiB. when the blue birds would pair. X knew the best holcs ta fish ln tho brook, By tbe rock* or some ohl fallen tree. sVf*sBSB**S the trout useJ to dart at my bent pln hook? Twus ;.\vay down in old Tennes-e*;. I wmcmlwr the days we worked ln th< field *, When ;;-ho?dr.f* the cotton and B0**O, The BTS-Mti M Of BBslstc tliat < ime to our aajrl "Waa tha sound of th?- old dinner huSlI To-day aa i post*aa*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 June 1900

gftte ^SATURDAY JUNE 23 1900. Toolsi and Pro-rreaa. Despite a'l the** attacks upon ma ?hinerv, an age jjvithout tools ls aa nge of drudgery and des,radation. U once men toiteti lG-hours a day, vrlth a aingle stroke Watt's engine cut off two hours in the morning for rest and two hours at night for reading. Tha modern home, with a thousand and one comforts, is the gift of tools. We now compel steel fingers. steel knives, steel wheels and steel wires to do our work. Take away our tools, nnd civ ilization would go baek 100 years._ Neweli Dwight Hil'is, m Woman's Home Companion. Tailor*s Boy?Does Mr. DeStvlcs live laere? Landlady?Yes. Tailor's Boy?Well, here's a pair of | new trousers for him. Landlady?You'll have to bring them around next we?-k. He's very sick and the doctor insists on our keeping ev? erything quiet.?Chicago Daily News. To tbe Deipls-d I'nrii. Take heart, O ye that sing to-day And charm not?be contcnt! "Who knows? Admlrlng people may Form clubs when yo have passed away,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 June 1900

k WORD FOR DR. WISHER. A GLOWINO TRIBUTE. Mr. Carter Does Honor to the Theologian. To the Editor of the PLA?r*?; gir:?A word ot high oommendation ls due to the Rev. Dr. D. W. Wishar for bit almoit twenty five yeara of goa pelwork in the great oity of New Tork. The RevereDd Doctor eame to this great Meuopolis in the seventies and commenced hia psatoral labor a in Weat 26th Btreet with a memberehip of twenty-one. Though at the very oommeneement in thia part of th< Master'a viaeysrd. aa it generally i* with the true aervanta of God, mueh oppoaition ctn'ronted hia energetie ef? forta ; but beirg lea ana euBtained bj the hard ot Him whom he faithfuli*. loved aod aerted, he went from on* point of aueeeBB to another, until with in a short time after be bad orgsniz c the Mount Olivet Bspiat Chureh with a memberahip of twenty-one in a base ment ie weat 28th Btreet, he waa focno fillirg the pulpit of that chureh before an iccresaing rorpregstion in a spa eious ball in weBt 87'h Btreet. Tbf...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 June 1900

VOL.XVII NO 28 KICHMOND VIBG^NIA.f ATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1900 PRICE 5 CEJSTS A LESSON i'BOM NA1TJRE. Did yoa ever aee a aparrow feading on a eramb, Ai it hopped with ehirpieg gladnesa fearing naugkt to eome T Saw it glanee one eye to heaven whenoe eomea all that'a good. And when the feaat had been par taken, fly off to the wood ? Did yoa ever aeek the shadow of a shsdy glen, Through whieh eoarsed a rippliag brooklet far from hauota of men ; Saw these birds whioh eame to water and to bathe aad feed, Heard their aongs aod watehed their eapera, telling nougbt of need ? Thea you've leerned a goodly lesaon? how in God ta truat, Leaving thinga you eannot fathom? thinga whieh aeem unjuat, To His guidanoe and His option, w hile you pass along, In theeouras of your adoption, sell? ing aome aweet aong. -Eva. THE JAOK80H WARD (JA8ES. Mr. Boyall Makes Applieation for a Writ of Mandamua. Hen. Wm. L. Royall, counael for the people in the Jscksen Ward Eleetion Ooaea left tho eity on lait Tussdsy night...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 June 1900

COPYRIGHT. 1698.BY THE AUTHOR It *~aa Just ten years ago to-nlght alnce the occurenee of the tragic event with whlch my last chapter closed. I am writing these last llnks in that very mornlng room which beeame hal lowed to my huaband and inyaelf by the patlently-endured suffering and convalescence of our dear mother. For Madam recovered from her In jury, to our infinite joy, and as that period of Illness served to knlt closely together th?> hearts of parent and ohild. I think my dear lady grew al? most to consider poor Allee ta a bene factor, rather than a false and treach erous enemy. But a sad interval of dreary daya and wakeful nlghts intervened before our anxloue hearts dared hope that our watching was to be rewarded ac? cording to onr deslres. That interval brought Darraeott and me Into clos*. eommunion, and I learnt to know and appreciate those traits of eharacter in him which Madam had ao hlgbly comraended. Allee Mayberry, or Alice Chester, aa 1 should properly call her (t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 June 1900

MiViT SATURDAY, TUXE 30 19(?) GOLORED SCHOOLb. LIST OF HONOR PUPILS. A SUCCESSFUL SESSION. Many Happy Little Ones. The following is a liat of the sucee*e ful pupila in the Riehmond Publie Schoola, Pro\ W. F. Foz. Superintend ent for the teafion ending June 15th: BAKER SCHOOL. Ma. Thomab P. Cbcmp, Pbikcipal. 6h Grammar Orade?Mra. Roaa D Bowaer, teachrr. Firat Uonor Pupils? Thomae E lia, Frrd. Jchoson. Pupila not ao?ent or tardy: EJdiV Bolliug, Willie Brown, Uarrington Canley, Earneat Dandridge, Thomaa Frasier, Fred. Johnaon, Rdward Roaa, Lawton Wildar, Louiae Brown, E la Dawaon. Katin Oawson, Uarriat Ed wards, Ireue Gnraea, Cilli*n HodRea, Francea Lipi-comb, Enima Miller, Dai ay Ovexhy, Albrrta Smith, Luuite TinBley, Vio*oria Tineley, Bertha Wal tsn, Carrie Warner. 5;h Grammar? Misa Marie tta L. Ohilca, taaeJaCa*, Firat lloui r?Edward So.it h, V irgiuia adama, Fannie Aug uatua, Mary Poir<r zier, Arnie Watb ington, Annie Jonea, Ahoe Kiug, Beu lab Carter. Pupila reither abaent nor t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 June 1900

a> -_?= ' Publ.ahea every Saturday t>y John Miteheil Jr.. at MI Worth Foarth Atreet JOHN MITOBELL, JB., EDITOR. All?omm?n5eationsintonae_ rorpnbllcatloa a?oald be* sent so aa to reach ua by Wednsadav. TERMS IK ADVANCE. ?aa Copy. ?ne vear,..-JLN She Copy .eight mei.tha..._ l.os eine Copy, alx montha.m.mmmm_ ., jgg ?tae 6opy, four montha,.....^...^,^......._. .ao toeCopy. three montha...^~...^..40 ___a_.e Copy,_._.ea " ADVERTISING RATE8. _fcr oae lnch. one lnaartirn. .,.,.?__a j_ ?or one lnch each subeequent Insertlon.., W WSrt?o laehes, three months....__~.. S00 Jer two lnehea, alx montha.?. 1000 ?or two lnehea, nine months. 14 OC ?dt two lnehea, twelve months.?...... 30 00 ?arrlage and funeral notiee*... 6C _ondlng and tranaleut notieea per line..... lt EOSTA _IE STAMPS OF A T _NO-flNATION aiGHKR THAN TWO CENTS .OT RE<?RI VRE OM STJBSCRIPTIONS. Ta ?Pi_ak__t ls Iasued weekly. The subacrip Won jwiee la$1.50 a year. la advan-e. There are roua wit? by which money oan b* rit by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 June 1900

SATURDAY JUNE 30 1900. -fjQNTINUED FRO**t THE 8RD PAGE HIGH AND NOKMAL SCHOOL, aaa. J.O. Habwoojo, Pribcipal. Graduates. Februsry 1900. In order otBtandingr-Qeorfe W. Brown, Al bert Teonent, Nelaoo Burrell, Lula R. ForreBter. Graduates, June 1800. In order or ********f ??-Fannie]Ii. Turner, Mary E. Smith, John T. Woolfoik, EsteUs 8. ?S:l.iLey.; ??** B' Q*inea. Aliee M. MitcheU, Eatelle Morgan, BereseniaN. *I0wtl, Jo***>h Kemp, Adela A. Baogh, Matilda A. Olarke. Liily O. Bolliog j****** *?<****?> Ev* E* JonathaS ?LpotertaB. Walker, Raohel V. Creasy Hannah E. MeOargo, Keginald O. Mao oin, Annie F. Morris. Fannie A. Wil liamB, Roaa B. Ligbtfoot. Annie B, Olayton, Parthenia Drew, Lena L. Jaa $er, Martha 3. Banniater, Luoie A. E. irown, PoUie F. Olarke. ******** Grsde?Firat Honor?Fan ?rl'-^oSSS."' Mmr* "*? 8o"'h' *?** Pupila neither abaent nor tsrdy* S^f.Br^Wn' Alb*rt T-nnsnt, Nelaon Burrell. June?John woolfoik. Mar ?tha BaBniater Oarrie Hughes, EateUe Jtorgan, Otelia Biehardson...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 June 1900

m. 8ATURDAY. JUNE 30 190G \ THE CLOUD VOLCANO. (Dark rose the rugged peak toward tbe west, fWltb dun elouds wrapped around its sable crest. [While here and there ln deep ravlnea be low jWere fleecy drlfts of curved and carven snow; A picture full of solemn somber power Llmned on the sky at sunset's nulet hour. vnen suddenly upon its summlt gleamed. Eruptions of red llre, whlch flamed and aeemed An outburst of the pent-up flres below. Bome running lava-kke o'er drlfts ot anow, Some rising ln a mlghty lurld pyre Unto high Heaven to klndle and aspire. On the cloud-mountaln aide there opened asaasa Such as Satanio Irapa mlaht aee io dreams, Qlimpses of furnace flres from awful decps, Beme times ln aullen glow whlch alowly creeps In mlghty current*. erlmson-ttnted tldes Whlch o'er all obstacles with red powei atrides. And there were glowlng caves with em bers rlmmed, Deep. fathoralees raines by black smokf dlmmed, While bonflres flamed and klndled up anew Aa though the flends ln hell cut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 June 1900

:_L _l''.ia__WM-MSB-MWS_>-f~B?__??_??BB SATURDAY JUXB 38 1900. OLD HOMCa Old homes amons ttt? hilla! I love their STadena, Thair old roek fences. that our day ln herlts; Their doors. 'round whlch the sreet treea stand Uke warden*; Their putha. down whlch the ahadows march Uke ap.rlta; Broad doora arid patha that reach blrd haunted smrdena. X see them srray amons thair andent acrea, Severe of front. their cabtee llchen sprtnkled? Like sentle-bearted. soUtary Quakers. Orave and rellrloua, with klnd face* wrinkled? Berene among their _lemory-hallowed acrea. Their rnrdena. banked with roeea and with Ulles? Thoee eweet aiistocrats ot all the flowers? Where Bprlnjrtlme minta her rold ln daf fodlllles. And Autumn colna her marlrolds ln ahowers. And all the hours are totlless as the Ulles. 1 love their orcharda where the srajr woodpecker Kllta. flashlns oer you. Uke a w_n?ed Jewel; Their woods, whose floora of mon. the squlrrels checker Witb half-huHed riuts; snd where, ln cool renewal. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 June 1900

I IUOI - **?** ?t***W* SATURDAY TUNE 30, 1900 ? ?i Sab'Maoioiiwo, P. I., May 13, 1900 r "K" Oompany, we*ry. footaore and hungry. arrived at the beaeh about 6 P. M., on the west eoaat of the ialand on May 4th and tried io valn to flag down a gunboat they had aeen from the top of tha mountain, 4000 feet above. lt waa one of the worat tripe on reeord. On the sfterooon of May Ird. the eompany with ono meal set ont in eor Junetioo with troop K, 4th eavalr j to loeate and if poaaib e to eap ture a baad ot Ladronea inhabiting the ball mountaina that parellel the weat eoaat. opposite Oastellejoe and Bubis* Tha eompany moved ont toward a the mountains and after e walk of one hour and twenty minutes resehed a aenyon whieh increased sa the eolumn sdvsneed. It aoon beesme apparent. the Ifurther the eolumn moved the worat it beesme on the feet. Aa the can*;on waa full of hoge beuld ers and aa it hsd now beeome dark, it was alnaoat impossible to aee 10 feet ahead. Lieut. Dieu eslled a halt and es...

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

VOIiXVII NO 29 KICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY JULY 7, 1909 PRICE5CEINTS THB NATOSAL BAPTIAT 00IVB1-I TIOsT. The Fiftkv Btreet Baptiat Ohureh is very mueh eneouraged over the proa peeta of a eaoat aueeeaaful eatertain ment of tha National Bsptiat Conven? tion. Frienda are making liberal do natione fr-en soeieties and iodividuaja. Tne ehurohea cooperating with the Fifth Strset Baptist Chureh are apar ing no paicsinor time in helping Dr. Graham tn his great undertaking. Every day. ihe good eiUxenc ara ?ending in tkbelr namea, aekiag that one, twe. thxee anu eome aa ?igh aa - Sve delegates ts sent to theie homea It haa been aaaaoged to give tha dele i gatea two meals a dsy, dinner aud supper, at the-ehureb. Breakfast only will be taken atthe homea of frienda who will take delegatea Ona aoeiety, the Chriatian Help era Union. haa do* nated $25 to help run the dining room. j Individual frienda are likewiae mak? ing liberal eoBtsibations. It ia hoped that every trood ehlaking person ia onr grs...

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

SATURDAY, JULY ?, 1900 ?f ???????-m ->?????? t **??e ???*>?? i Belore a Conntry Justice I By Xrnest McOaffey. ? <?? B*r ??*??*>? 4 ???tl-l-1 t ??*??? Wl\ AY * "?0 alon*-!'* t-'ncle Tom ?" said | aYI. J?nn* as ke heard the discus alon at the breakfast table. The talk ?was sll about "old man Timberlake," Jwho had been arrested the day before 'ior working on Sunday. The old man was a terribly industrious fellow, and Aia wife and all the folk being away on a visit he had been "baching it," or leading an enforced life of bachelor |hood for a week or more. Meanwhlle ;he had been plugging along in his usual *way, working early and late, and just "more than digging Into the weeds with th?e culttvator. He always ealculated Bunday by seeing "Uncle Bill Jimme fson" go by the road with the mail for Stromberg of a Friday. But Jimmeson aad a "turn of rheumatiz" and was late *one day, and so Timberlake r\istled the ibay mules out and went into the fields. jfust as he always did. He tho...

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

SATURDAY, JULY 7, l'JOO A -DREAM OF REST. ?Dh, hurrythe hour and the day. Aad the weeks and months and yeara that swiftly roll! ?Oh, the lives that ure Its prey! Oh, the tlred look*- we meet Aa we pass along the street, Beaiina wltaess to the travall of the soul! Lalsten! I have dreamed a dream: .And of comfort.it has brought me just a gleam, Tho' 1 know, alas. and surely, 'tla dream. Somewhere. ln a sheltered valley, Paace enfolded, calm and stlll, .lalea a comely little vlllage In the shadow ot the hill. ;Whltened ahines t*ach little cottage, , -Like a pearl . ln eraerald set. |And the air. ls sweet wlth fragrance Of sweet peas and mlgnonette. And the sunllght loves to Unger On each humble sanded floor, On each tlny latUced window. I?oves to steal within each door; aVnd the air ls fllled wlth muslc By the pleasant ceaseless flow !?>r Its rock}* helghts and shallows Of the brook Just down below. ,How the treea dellght their branches Tenderly to lnterlace, ?O'er the nuuint and st...

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

PuMlane* every Saturdav t>y John aflf hall r.. at R11 North Fonrtb Mreet JOHN MITOHELL, JR., EDITOR. All communicatlona mtendeo for pnbllcatlon Bhould ba' eent co aa to reach ua by Wedneedav. TBRMB IK ADVANCK. ?aa Copy,one vear...-41.80 Oae Copy.elgbt montha,._LM One Copy, alx montha..._.j? yne Copy, four montha,.60 DneCopy, three montha,.... .40 Hngle Copy_._\ .gj ADVKRTI8ING RATES. Por one Jnch.one lnaertlon...^.^....^^._$ 90 Jor one lnch each snbeequent tnsertlon... B5 Portwe iaches, three months,._..... B00 Por twolnehes, six montha. 1000 Por twoinche?, nlnemonths. 14 0C TOT two inchea, twelve mnnths. 3000 Marriage and funeral notloes,. 50 Standing and translen t noUcea per Une. 10 f OSTAGB STAMP8 OF A r r,NOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CKNT8 >OT RECglVED 3N BrBSCRIPTIONS. ??_ twBPLAKE-rls lasned weekly. The snbacrlp atca prtce i8 $1.60 a year, ln advance. There are rora wa ys by whlch money oan be jant by mall at our risk?in j. Post Office Money Order; by Bank Cbeck or Draft....

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

SATURDAY JULY 7, 1900. PEIED AMID FLAK (Three Hundred Dead in a Biver i Pront Conflagration, ~. 1TVE OCEAN STEAMERS BUBHED. Tbree of Thue Carrled Many People to Flery Dcuth-'lhr Property Loaa Ten Milliona? Inhnmnnlty of Tag bont Men. Who Wanted salvaae. Hobokon, N. J., July 3.?^ire whlch awept the river front Saturday night caused the loss of probably 300 lives and the destruction of five ocean stoaraerB and a third of a mile of wharves, piers and warehouses. The money loss will foot up close to $10, 000.000. The terrible loss of life was aeeompanied by scenes of horror. Many seeking to escape the more terrible death were drowned in the river. Scores perisbed miserably beTCw the decks of the doomed vessels, where they were trapped without means of escape. At the portholes of the burn? ing Saale appeared white faces, with death creeping slowiy on as the craft settled and the water blotted them out while fire raged about them. So swiftly and awful was the sweep of the flames that hund...

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

SATURDAY. JULY 7 190C SHE PAID THE BILL, Diabolical Strategy Displayed by a Detroit Woman. Her Stlnsy LcM?r Half Re d to MnL. Her aa Allowaaee Sfce Raiaed Money by Pawalig .' AU Hia Valaable*. ? **I know a woman," sadi a man of Sarge acquaintance to a Detroit Frea Press reporter, "who had a husband of alpnd which 1 honestly believe isin the wery largest minority amons? husbanda, sad I am glad to say that he is, or was, because hc is now dead. She was good looking. and loved all the better things ?f life. and he was neither young nor food looking. but he had a bushel of snoney. I am sorry to say. too, that if _he bed not been rich the woman would not have married him. But that is neither here nor there, and we can't always blame women who marry men for their money. Xotwithstand_..<r this ?chap had plenty of money be .vasnman ?with his wife and gave her just as little ashecould possibiy letgo of. They had a good social position. and he Wafl eoin pellwd |0 spend something ext ra on ...

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