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

?? 7*" SATURDAY JULY 7, 1900 FOR MY LAD*6 LETTERS. ?_._ Tbe coquille paper, wbieh has an egg^-shell finish. ls much in demand. Tbe newest papers are known aa organdie, chiffon, coquille, Tarlatan and Dongola. Monograms and cres-ts are smaller than they were at the beginning of the "winter, and are invariably inside a circle. / The majority of the tintod papers at present are m-ade with a very narrow ?white border. Both the oblong and the equare envelopes are used. Deep-tinted papers. with the excep |tion of the new fad of khaki. are sel Idom u*ed by the woman of reflnement. ?The pale tints are the fashion of the nmoment. Delicateheliotrope, pistachio green. pale blue and faint gray are all in lavor. An envelope novel.y which promise. to be a favorite is oblong in shape, with the flap extend ing diagonally across the "baek of the envelope, and the point, instead of being in the center, as usual, is at the extreme lefthand corner. Khaki paper is much used by the young person addicted ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 July 1900

SATURDAY, ,ULY 7, 1000 YA. BAPTIST S. S. CONVENTION \-: DANVILLE, VA., June 13, 1800. To the Sunday 8ehools. Aaaoeiations. TJniona and all eonneeted wlth tbe Virginia Baptist State Sabbath Sehool Oon vention,?Greet ing ??? Dear Brethren:?* We take this mean* ot eslling yonr attention to the faet that the annual meeting of your Oon ventien will eonvene with tbe- First Baptist Chureh Sundsy School of Msn eheater Va.. on Thuradsy before the fourth Lord's day in AoguBt 1900. It is the earnest desire of the Board that you be represented. and raise all money possible for Conventionai pur poeee. ***** __ l -1* ??-- ~ At no time m oar mstory as a Sundsy Behool organizstion haa been it more imperativf- that the friends of the Con vention ahould rally to its support than dow. The true-bearted and loya) men and women who have stood by ob ao faithfully In the past, and by whose wiee counael aod atrong finaneial ss aistsoce the Convention has been sb e to earry on the great eause of relieiour ed...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 July 1900

VOLXVII NO 30 HICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY JULY 14, 1900 PRICE5CENTS _5 U ___________ Oeleael T. W. Mfccltsll. A shaft ia its uneoneious grandenr Reared heaven ward its aspirtng head, Tke dream of some senlptor's ambi tion. Realized in the years whieh are fled Ii ahattered, and prone as it Heth, Appeals unto eaeh manly heart, For tbe past and the present now Wended, Reveal what was bid at the start. A rose whieh did bloom in the gar? den, And east forth delieious perfame, Bronght joy to all who came near it,? Its brightness dispelling all gloom? Now lies on the ground acd is with ered, For it by some fell worm was eut ln the midst of its usefulness aet ered, To seemieg base uses is pot, And thus it has been in all ages, With the sons aod ths daughters of men, For tha best and the brightest are taken From mountain, from plain and from gl n; Ay* just when their talents seem brightest And when their best qualities shine, The grave elaims ita own and will have it, Though loved ones be le...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 July 1900

SATURDAY, TULV 14, 1900 MISSOURY HELENY ? - ? By sTuliette M. Babbitt. * tb. Boans Jonrnsl. New Tork. Hrprintad ky Spetisl Poir.ilsflou.) "ll/f I8SOI*UY irKLEXV. put that JjY^ book right. down ai>' run an* pick up some chips to hurry up this plagucy fire?an' put on some tuters to cook whfls*. l sets th* table. Theys a man an' woiuan- mlghty stylish lookin' folks? what's los* ther way an' "wants sutnpin' t'eal jes' as quiek as ever they kin git it. Lucky I haked yiste'day. an' had that hen on a-cook in.' Jump. now, an' take yore min* off'n yore readin' long "nuiT Io he'p mc git th* dinner." and a tali, thia woman, with scanty gray hair drawn tightly baek from a sallow faee, returned to the front room of a small wes-thcr stained. story-and-a-half frame house where she had left one? of her guests* a lady in a plain gray traveiing dress standing in tire doorway looking out across the broad. levei expause of "bot? tom" land stretching away from the hJlls nearhy to the Missouri river. ...

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

- SATURDW IULV. 14 1 ..*> THEDREAMER AND FHE DRE. M, ? dr-amer. spurred by thought. y?et ?*?*.?*. asleep. Scanned unspannvd future space wlth ea^le swi'cp, Plereed murk und mlst wlth vislon elear and keen. 8aw what the uninsplred ey?? hath n-st ?een, ' And concentratlrig milliona of sunbeams Into a while llzht rich with glory-gleatns Baw vlsiona wovo of Heaven-lllumined dreams. Ha aaw the day when needless strlfe shall ceaaa And man love taan ln realma of perfeet peace. "v?"lien none hurl hate nor hurt a fellow tnan, But ail on earth live on the loveHt plan <Jf doing all a kindly mortal could To curb all evil and promote all good? Avolding sham and shame aa ull men ahould; All castes and clasa distlnctlons dead and (one. The milllonalre and mendlcant as one. Employer and employed a kindly whole Swayed not by seltlshness but heart and _ soul: No <*hurl to covet what might poor ones feed. But swift to minister nnd serve nt need, And erush t<> earth false prlde or grovel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 July 1900

Fubllsbed erery Fatnrday hv John Mlfhe^ r.. *t B1J Nortb Fonrth Ptree. JOHN MITOrJELL, JR . EDITOl. A11 com mn mea tions tntended for pnbllcat.oa ahooJd bo aent so aa to reach us by Wedneadav. TERM3 IK ADVANCE. ?ne Copy, one yemr?.?_-.Jfajat Ons Copy,eight months..._^ j_.os One Copy, six months._._^.. .go One Copy, four mon the.... .go One Copy. three montha.?......_.._.. 40 ? Ingle Copy,_g.0S ADVERTI8ING RATK8. ter one lnch. one Insertlon..._~.?....?..._| 5? For one lnch eacb sub*equent insertlon... K For two lnchee, three months,..~~~_. 6 00 For two lnehea, alx month*. 100P For two lnehea, nine months. 14 OC l*-r two lnches, twelve month*. aoon Marriage and funeral notioe*. 60 -tandlng and translent notioe* per line. 10 FOSTAOE STAMPS OF A T -.NOMINATION fclGHKB THAN TWO CENTS *OT RECEIVED 9* ?UB8CRIPTION8. .-hxPlakbt la tuned weekly. The subscrlp ?eon priee ls$1.30 a year. in advance. There are rona wavs by whlch money can be r*tt by mailatonr risk?in _ Post OfBce Money rder; by ...

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

SATURDAY JULY 14, 1900. Named by the Democrats For Pres? ident aad Vice President. BBY AN'S NOMINATION D_?A3m?OUa Efforta ta Stniupede the ConT.ntlos Vmr Ullt Por Vlc* I'r??lde_st Fre -?_.?d my the Ei-Senstor's Posl tl-e Deellni-tlon. Kansas City. July 6.?For president, William Jeunings Bryan, of Nebraska. For vice president, Adlai E. Stevenaon, of Illlnols. This is the ticket named by the Democratlc national convention. Bryan waa nominated last night with a rush and a grand hurrah; Stevenaon waa nominated this afternoon with an enthuslasm whlch gave evidence that hia selection was in every way satisfae? tory to the head of the ticket?tha mas? ter hand in the convention. The ef? fort to stampede the convention for Hill. of New York, would have been Bucceasful had not Hill positively de* cllned to accept a nomlnatlon. Webster Davis. who gave up hls snug Verth at Washington to espouse the Boer eause, was invited to address the WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. eonvention, and he fairly electrlf...

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

j -SATURDAY. JULY 14 190G CLEVER COIN TRICK. w a YuatiK Maa Aatoalahetl CI-tWs la a Bsston Bank. hy Feat of Balancina. tftra A young man from a -wholesafe housa aaBava on the river front. says the Bos SaS-B Herald, presented a check at one mt the banks the other day. and while *fs**ae money vras being counted out a-ssnnsed himself by balancinjr coins on iass narro** edge o? the pajringtesatr'a ?srindow. Finally he performed an Bsstonishing feat. He first baianced a ?liver dollar so it stood up on -**dg->, then placed a half dollar Sadge to edge on top of it. and ?completed the pyramid with a ?bfight new quarter. His manipulation "TT T l TO DO IT.' aa In- ' ? e< the cplns one ou the -jth.'i iinlly delicate, aml the tpeetacle of aU three standing with* _ut support made the teller's eyes pro trude from tin ir sockets. **Why, that's perfectly ama/in.:!'' he exelaimed. "I wouldn't ha.e be? lieved it could bo done!" Tlic ot!. cr at iachcs looked and B__aivsWd. *'It takes a steady ne...

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

SATURDAY, TULY 14, 1900 (THE ^r_*H WE USED TO CATCH. Oh, brother* of mine ln the gentle art. Whos* deareet prlae la a w_ll-flll*d creel, r'ho know the thrlll of the analer'a heart When the llthe rod whlps to tha whirring reel; A. song I sing and a rhyme I bring; Not of the poola where the aalmon hatch, J3ut a memory fond of th* vlllage pond. And the common flah we used to catch. The flah we caught ln the golden haze Of the boyhood eummera long ago, When our bare feet tripped. through the graasy waya [ To the nook where the Ullea used to grow; (Where the sunbeama played through the wlllow's shade, And danced as the soft breese shook the tree. And the sound w* heard waa the .onr of bird ; Or the drowsy hura of the bumble bee. fTbe flsh we caught with the homemade polee : Our? Jack-knlves cut froro the slender blrch. id, oh! the glory that fllled our souls ?\Vlth each new shlner or wee red perch; And when our fun. like the day, was done. And we heard the chorua the crickets sing. We"d ...

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

ft*VrURDAY. JULY 14 1900 AS WE GO TRUDGING ON. Tuss:?Ma cbing Through Georais. "Wben shall the NeRroea fall in line That freedom for to flght ? And rebe's with ftbeir "iprejudioe, Vietoriously put to flis-ht. When ahtlt we east aaide the things B*fc $*** that to na look aubltme? Ohorua:?As we go trudgingon. Glory,glory, hsllelujah, Gl-*-ry, glory hsllelujah, Olorv. glory hsllelujah, Ab we go trnaging on. Whea ahal wa rail npon she ehureh with their deeeitful smile. Tbeir rivalry, hypoerisy, their * preachers full of giles. The deril with his piteh fork then will stsck into a pile, Aa we go trudging on.?Oho. Wben shall the Nortb, the South, * eonapel ns justiee for to givs; Aad na repay for vshsnoy that the atara and s.ripes oould live, Repay ua for the way that we attend l ed to the bir, Aa we went trudging on.?Oho. Then *-**>'*. cry about the fourth, teoys, Until our mouth doea froth, boya, IThen we'll rveiflow with Joy. boya, As we never did before, boya, And the d->ys wont ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 July 1900

VOL.XVII NO. 31 KICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY JULY 21 , 1900 PRICE?5C-:-NTS PYTHIANS INJ3ESSI0N A HABMONIOTJS SESSION. Fine Reports?Much Money in Treasure. THE FEMALE DEPARTMENT?GRAND STREET PARADE?EXCURSION FROM NORFOLK. Ltncbbuso, Vs., July 17, 1900. Grand Ohsne-dlor John Mitohell, Jr., in eompany with a ear load of KnightB of Pythias and members of the female department, Courta of Calsntbe arriv? ed here yesterday sfternoon over the C. A O. Route. Before day this morning five coscbea losded down witb members of the or? der from Norfolk, Va., eame in. The Grand Lodge eonvened prompt" ly stTxue Reformera' Hsll st 10 A. M.? Gr%nd Chancellor John Mitohell, Jr., presiding. Grand Keeper of Records and Seal waa alao at bia poat. Sir J. M. Booth waa appointed Grand Vice Chancellor in plaee of t**ir L S. Luton.who waa unabls to be preaent. The other atationa were Rev. J. H. Briee, Grand Prelate; Sir Jesse Beruggs. Grand Maater-st Arma; Sir Wm. M. Rr-id, Grand Maater of Ex ehequer;Sir Wm.Tro...

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

1, SATLKDAV.JULY21 190G FISH-CATCHING BIRDS. Aad OH?r illrtl* That 1'nrlola Their Haid-Lirnrd I'roy frota Thrm. So nuck to see. if you have eyes to ?see, there is not n moment that some .thing wonderful does not take plaee. 'At the junct.ue of the tboroughfare land island lake, on a dead p'ne, more ithan a hundred f?*et high. sat a white jheaded eagle, says Fore*>t nnd Stream. ?In the air a large fish-hnwk was sailing arver the water, lookine for his dinner two or three hundred feet below him. "Whst penetratingorbs of vialon nature jl.aa endowed this bird with ! There, he (gives his lightning like shot to the wa? iter, seems almost submorged. only to reappear with a four-pound pike in his "talons. Slowiy he rises. goini* toward ? the woods, where he hopes to enjoy hia jwell-earned meal: but he has reekoned 'vvlthout his host. T!:e king of bird ;"h.as been watchinr his ? very movement, aad if found aaocessfnl is in readuiesa to exact that tributo whieh thestroug ;sr always demands...

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

SATURDAY JULY, 21 l*00 THE BUSY FAiRIES. "~~h?n Uttle cM.dren He asleep The fatrle* Kaave the sky. And through the nlndows slyly creep And touch eaeh sUepy eye, And on tht- little b. its they sit. And 'round the ocrly htaaa they fllt Till rosy mornlng'.. nlgh. "Whon aM the story t< .l_:i?"s uone The fairies eonjv to An<l v. . ,h ImsMs . ... h lutle one Till l_>awn wakes up the day; AVhere sllvery beams ot moonllght streaxn In happy dreams fair castlea gleam. While fairies watch away. "A_nd when the sky above la blue And whfn tho sun ls high, What do the Uttle fairies do?? They make imr money fly! The dollars that were hard to earn They plle up in the yard to burn, Or wastc them on the sly. ?They make new powns too old to ua* AnU little trousrrs t?*ar: They touch the toes of Uttle shoes* lAnd iiresto! holes are there? They win away by spoillnf. thinps Th.- money that n.uch tolling brings? But leave us love to share!" ?S. E. Kiser, ln rhicago Tlmes-Herald. : THE TWO SKIPPERS ...

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

r*"*at)llab-*a every Saturday by John Mlt*hel X-.. sttfll North Fourth Street. ***"--^aaa.aaaaaaaaa< JOHN MITOBELL, JR., EDITOIV a**ssstoo-mm-inications mtencieo for publlcatlon -rfcould ha* ssnt ao as to reach ua by We-Jneadav. TERMS IN ADVANCa. ***?-*? *? opy. one year... y**** Copy, eight moi.t *?? Copy, six month -41 3. itbs..?.... 1.0c ?itha._.? b^ 'Copy, (onr montha. Bt 35**-* Copy. three months.?.*4( SmmsJle Copy_. 0* ADVERTISING RATK8. ? one lnch. one lnsertlon...~..~....?.._- a? ?a**-r one lnch each snbaeq uen > lnsertlon... tt ?-aSartwa lnches, three months,.~?.1 8 0* "g***- two lnches, six months. 100* gw two lnches, nine months. 14 o Jfjr-*/ two lnches, tw-l've months. S0(X ?Marrjaj-e and funeral notlces. fc aaTsBsTMUna and translent notlces per line. n aSMHAGB 8TAMPS OF A I .NOMlNATlOh taCGEEB THAN TWO CENTS r**Jt RECKtVEI **** aUBSCaiPTIONS. .^J??tJ^LAr?,-T u -***?& weekly. Thesubscrlp "aan-a -srlae lsf 1.60 a year ln advance. . ?rn**r**are roua ways by whlch...

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

~~~:_____="]-a____________a___-_>??___R____e______??s SATURDAY JULY 21, 1900. MGHTEMPRAVITT. Oonspired With Lovers For the ____ Murder of Their Parents. 10VEB8 WOULD HAVE ESOAPED. t_ey Had ?attabllaked a Tealatlve Allbl When r Gnllty Gtrl'a Coalci ?loa Paatened tae Crlme on Thera. rromplrd by a Little Fortune. Anoka, Minn., July 18.?Eliza Wise, Whose parents were killed and four tnembers of the family wounded by shots flred through the window of their home at night several months ago, yesterday ln court dctailed a horrlble plot to murder her parents, of whlch, she aaid, herself and elder sister were fully cognlzant. It was ln the trial of James Hardy and Elmer Miller, who were arrested on suspicion. Asked who she saw outslde the house on tha night of the shooting, Elixa refused to tell unlees the court room were clear? ed. This was refused. She asked per mlssion to write her evidence. The court granted this request, and the witness wrote a statement accuaing Haxdy and Miller of t...

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

SATURDAY, TULY 21, 1900 WANTS INDIANS TO VOTE. ?' Alliaoa, ot Soatk Dalcota, ta ai.e Politieal Uttractloa to tbe Sloua. During the tierv four months the Btoux Indians on the ntservations in _hsuth Dokota are to reeeive their flrst t-BStruetions in civics if Capt.. E. H. Al M_so_ has his way about it. Capt. Al 2-Bon is n member of the Cncpaphah taribe of Sioux Indiana, having been a-floptecl by that tribe ln 1866, and he xaarried the Sioux princess, Sir.awin, ___ughter of Saered Bear, who wns for _-_bts head chief of the tribe. Capt. Allison, says a special dis steh to the Chlcago Inter Ocean, sa lived among the Sioux Indians nearly all his life, aud he speaks the Indian language as fluently as he apeaks the Engiish. He was chief of ahe acouta for Gen. Sheridan for scv asral years, and was chief scout and -Bterprctcr for Gen. Otia in the west rn oountry for 10 or 15 years. It wns lie wbo, after the Custer snere on tiie Little B% llorn. went So Cnnada to induce Sitting 15ull and him b...

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

SATUROMMUL'* 21, 1000 : Col. Bro-lc- Two Woands ? T?-noon Roaph RSir. Btory of Two TbrilllB* ? gpUod? inH _?__.?_{... I C-rcor. IT WAS a stranpe coincidence," ?aid Col. Brodie. the second in couiTii.iud of ihe fanious rough riders, the other day, as he with a few of that acattered band of famous fighters were waiting for a train to Williams. "It's astrange coincidence that I was wound? ed when I was a heutenant, just fresh from West Point. oo tbe 24th day oi June, by Apnches thxt here, and it was the 24th day of June. over 2? years later. I was wounded at Los Guaym&s. in Cuba. aud nearly in tbe same plaee." "1 was nothing but a kid then, and was stationcd at Fort Grant. A short time afterward I was sent to Fort Apache during the outbreal. in '7.% built up the plaee, and was i.elping to keep the red cusses in shape there with a fe?w men. I rode into the eountry on horseback, ovor TOO milrs, and you'd have to ride 750 more miles to get to the nearest point on the railroad ta tbe n...

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

SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900 ^ GENERAL SOUTHESN NEWS. jI Savannah. July 13.?Hon. Clark How %11, of Atlanta, was married last night to Mias Annie Corner, daughter of the late Hugh M. Corner, president of the Central Georgia railway. Immediately eiter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. How ?11 left for New York, where they will take passage for a tour of Europe of aeveral months. Lynehburg. Va.. July 11.?Yesterday aftemoon Isaac H. Pollard, an assist *u?t foreman of a tobaceo faetory, shot an* killed a young negro woman named Ella Owens. When a policeman approaehed he put the pistol to his own head and sent a bullet into his brain. resulting in instant death. Jealousy is assigned as the cause. Norfolk, Va., July 12.?The big sail lag collier St. Mark. Capt Dudley, eailed yesterday with a full cargo of J.800 tons of coal for the American warships at Manila or ln Chinese waters. It will take her flve months to reach her destination. It is under atood that whe^ she reachea Manila ahe will be converted ...

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

VOL.XVII NO 3a KICHMOND VIRGINIA, SATURDAY JULY 28, 1900 PRICE 5 CfcJSTS COL'D TROOPS BRAVERY IN THE PR1UPP1NES. Fighting Uncle Sam's Battles. Oo TheFiring Line?Capt. HankinsW ios Honors. HISTORY OF A REGIMENT ? COLORED OFFICERS COMPLIMENTED. THE KILLING OF THE TROOPERS. Interest. ng Accounts. San Fbbnando db la Union, June 12, 1900. Editor John Miteheil, Jr.. Riehmond Planet; Sir:?Allow me spaee in your vslua ble paper to say a tew words of the 48th Infantry, U. S. V. (eolored) that is doing aush brilliant work in the Philippines. I must aay brilliant work for when regular army offiaera, day after day. aend out eireulara eongratu lating eolored offioers ef tbe volunteer servloe, that is enough to tell tbe world that somebody is doing nobls work. For it ia well known that the white offioera of the service are dead ly opposed to Negro men wearing ths bars. It mattera not how aoon the war will end (of course after the war ia over the leommissioaa will be taken from the noble blaeka aa...

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

SATURDAY, JULY 28 1900 TURNING TH_ BABIES IN BED. "Women s _i<>' is nir'u.i. criiters. an' dey ain': r > doubtln tl.?t. She's a nit?. of funny capa'.ij. fom huh sllfcpahs to huh hut. Ef you irits to un'crstan' huh. an' you !._I-h, des' up an' say: "D'a-.n't a blt o' uht to try to un'erxtan' a woman's way '' S Coi.' mean to be complalnln'. but I _ Jes" a-K. ttin' down Bome af r...v own niiserwatlona. w'en I can' my eye eroun'. Ef you ax me fu" to prove lt. I kin do lt moughty fine, 5*u* dey ain t no bettah 'xample den dls v.y wlfc o' nilnc. in d? vs'y hea't o' nildntght, w'en Va sleep'.n' good an' soun', I kin liyeah a so'tah rustlin' an' some body movln' "roun". An' 1 say: "l_lzc. what you doln?" But she frowns an' shek huh hald; "Kelsh yo' aiouf, Va only turnln' of de chlllun ln de bed. "Don you know a chl'.e glts rcstless, layin' all de night one way? An' you' goi to kind o* 'range him sev'al times befo" de day? Bo de little nocks won't worry, an' de Uttle baoks won't bre...

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