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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 September 1900

SA.TURDAY, SEPT. lf> 1<>00 tW CALICO. ?They've sung tho *ong of the girl In plnk, And the song of the k?H in white, But the slnger. are few who have praised tha true Goddess of lave and Mght; Tha household fairy whom we all know, And knowlng her love her better so? Tha girl ln the garment of calico. Dainty and aweet and brlght. The bloom of her cheeks. th. light ln her eyes, Are her beauty and tltle of health; And day after day ln a modest way Her neatness 1. better than wealth. Old-fashloned? Yes, and we wlsh her so, For Ju.t 11 ke her mother ln calico, With the gentle tralts of the years ago, She'. taken our heurtj by stealth. ?o. ln a nectar ?f raaaa 1 pledjce Our dear girl. ln plnk. and in white; To their eyes and thclr hair and their ways debonalr I offer my homage to-nlght; Y.t, deep ln my heart I feel and know. A loftier feellr.g contlnues to grow For th. girl ln the wrapper of calico, Dainty and sweet and brlpht. ?John H. Braceland, in N. V. Sun. 0<H?Ot?K>00&l...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 September 1900

SATURDAY SEPT 15,1900 THE "JIM CROW" OAR. (Bt Kav. Waltib H. Bbocks, D. D.) Thia too ia done to eruah me, But naught oan keep ua baek ; 'My plaee.' foraooth.a aeetion 'Twixt' Bmoker, front and baek, While others ride in coachea Full large and fllleo with light. Ard tbia our Bouthern ChriBtiana Inaiat ia Juat and right. There Yellow man from China, And Red man from the plain, ?re aeated with the White mar, But I could not remain. However clean my perBon. My linen and my life, Taeyanar): "Your k-yar abead, Jim, Go tbar and take. jotr wife." We're airgled out from othera, A maik for ahafta of acorn, Here huddled, like taooed eattle, From e-r)y night tiil morn ; The golden rule'e rejected, .Who earea for aueh a tbirg ? Do they ahoee pri-judice o'errace Inflict thia bitcer eting ? Thia inBult almoat killi me? God, help me bear the wrong, Well. mintV tbe Btory of the weak Wbo falla before tbe atrong; Who fall ?to riBein triumph. when God hia eword ahall gird. And tbe prouueatevil doer cbe...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 September 1900

VOL XVII NO 40 RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. SEPT. 22. 1 900 PRICE5CE.INTS The National Baptist Convention net at 8:80 P M., 14th inst. Pres. E. O. Morris, presiding. Prayer bj Rev. E. Bird af ISew York oity. Beriptnre -reading by Rer. L. M. Cbeek. The President introduead Rer. r7. Bishop JohJBion, D. Ba* af Waahington, D. O., who made the report of the Edaea tiesal Board?Ker. W. A. Oreditt, ehairman; Ber. W. Biahop Johnson, seeretary. During the reading of this report. Governor J. Hoge Tyler enter* ed aad .wm loadly applaaded by the ?udienee. .OOT. TTLBB ITBAKS. President Morria said: We are bighly favored this afternooa by hav? ing present with us Dr. H. O. Mabie, of tht Ameriean Missionary Union. He declined for the present in favor of Got. J. Hoge Tyler ot Virginia, who oon*ing to the front of the rostrum aaid* ?? It was more to atteat by aty pres enea than what I have co say. I want to firat oompliment you and oongratu late you upon your liberality. lt seems that you are the mo...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 September 1900

k SATTKD V S VT 2'2 l*>00 MORNING3 WAKING PRAYER. O LorJ. i ? - <? 0 m.iy my < ? aly Uatentn** sara h- ar onlj Th.-.-: lf. v B*j sl " k tf> move ln paths of riK1'' afhjr peace my beai ? comfort be, -r Thy sirvant *rus>t.- i:i 'I lf Thou aahalt rsii mr. Lord, to ahore Thy ct-osta, Its Sg-MI] ii ? ! VYlth icr.u,' upbori.. . ;m<! clothed wiil, U***"*t, 1 shall not falter ln Um flght. At cvrn-tlme mv aa,-**a work <lone, Rs battle fought. its rtctorjr won. "Bay I look tip. Tl?y fa< i t And catch Tli> 1 n me. -Hev. J. H. Dudley. Ph. 1>., in N. V. Ex amlner. WHEREIN PRIDE IS SINFUL. Cru. Self Ki'.prn Should 11 o Miiln ?nlnril. Ilul Self la Not to It<* I'ntlui.. Bsalteat. It would be sinful to have no pride. lt is just as wrong to be devoid of true and proper pride a> it is to ex ?.mh<>i\ pride. !!<? who Lacka ?hat just estiotatton of htmaelf, that fnirpose to insist i:t ?M le*rit.mnte a tg*a that : tii'rs shall deal with him -*-*eperl**, -?] AU ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 September 1900

m SATURDAY, SEPT. 22 1900. SUNSHINE IN SUMMER. The sunshlne and the summer A little while are mii.< - The biossoms on the white-thorn. The rose and columblne. Th- happy birds that wake the bow'ra "With sweetest music after show'ra? Their son*; to me ls hope and cheer The litUe while I Unger here! Tne mlsts above the meadowa. The silver of the rills. And those dark wavlng shadows That flit along the hiils. Are mine. They're the unmlnted ore From whlch Faith gets her metal pura. An lnsptratlon ever sweet Attends the *hadow* at my feet. X know that there ls prandeur In yonder sweep of sky; The mute and bo**ndless ocean, The mlst-wreathed mountaina nlghl There is a pow'r that guldew my feet From day to day. A something; sweet That whispera to my heart of Joy, And whlch no evil can destroy! ? Z Hsten to the murmur Of wlnds in grasses green. And tn the lordly aspens? Their silv'ry leaves between! Aa one who walks with Gladness. I Go out and praise the summer sky; The furrowed fields; t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 September 1900

_K*BJ Pnbllftbed every Patnrday by JohnMlt.-he' t, at 811 North Fourth Street. JOHN MITOHELL, JR., EDITOR. All ro.nmrtnic_t.on- lntende. ror publlcat'.on should be sent so aa to reach ua by Wedneadav. ' TERMS IN ADVANCR Bae Copy. one year,.-.-.......$1 60 'J'na Copy,eight mot.tha. l.oa 3ne Copy, six months.-..80 3ns Copy, four months. .60 JneCopy, three months,.40 t'.-ng'.e Copy,_.06 ADVKRTI8ING RATKS. J_r one lnch,one insertlon.?...._ | 50 Tar one lnch each subeequent insertlon... S6 *ortwo Inches. three mon ths,. ( 00 for two inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches. nine month... 14 0C Fot two Inches. twelve months. 30 00 Marriage ar _ funeral notlces. 60 MBB__a_ ? d transient notlces per line. K> ?OSTA?_E STAMPS OF A I .NOMINATION IIGHER THAN TWO CENTS > QT RECEIVED _? SUBSCRIPTIONS. taxFLANKT ls iasued weekly. The aubecrip dec prtce Istl.SOa yesr.ln advance. There are rora ways by which money ean be vent by tni.il atour rlsk?ln a Post Offlee Money DrdT, by Bank Cheek or Dr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 September 1900

SATURDAY. SEPT. 22. 1900. Digging Out the Dead From the Mass of Debris. HUNDREDS OF BODIES CREMATED. BnrnlnK the Dotlio* to Prevent a Terrlhle l*e*tllence? The Death Ll*t lat.,,,:, i ...i ,, t Five to Six Thonaaad, Tlmiutii lt Will Never ne Known. Galveston. Sept. 19.?The work of dearing the streets of debris Is pro gressing rapidly under tho perfeet or ganlzation instituted by military rule under Adjutant General Scurry. Over 2,000 men are engaged on the work. Nlnety-eight bodies aro reported as having been found ln the wreckage and removed yesterday, making a to? tal of 1,861 victims sc far recovered. The list Is far short of the accurate number of dead found, because no of? ficial records are kept. Bodiea found are buried or cremated, and no sys tematic record has been kept. Over a hundred bodies were recovered and cremated on Sunday, and on Monday aa many more. Several hundred bodies have thus been burned on funeral pyres of whieh there can be no ezact record. The total number o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 September 1900

SATURDAY. SEPTI22. 1900 ALL THE SAME TO HIM. Wfederalp Privalr Waa ?**?-*, l.uuitjrr Parllrnlar wilh Whom ll. \t. A crowd, oi old confederates were wappin<* war -Torie- ? hen otBC af 1 Ih-id -aold the fo-ilowinsr to a Lo**J*-*/H*-- Co***** fter-Journal man: **One of the most a-tiiklnf* (s-furea in ahe armie?* of tb** ?t-st was Gen..Toha MMgvxuier. C. B. A. He waa wlr.it Bklfhl ?Baa called a "Murat" of a man. for in the bardest tiniesj 'Priiioe John* eouM a! "***ay? show 41 natty uniform. and bt saaf*a-a-*a went into battle. the aoldien ?aid, with enough fuss am! feathers tC ?have aaarched down a doaaa mt-n. it Nf arridetatly his det?-rniination todll -BsOtonlx with his boots 011. bnt witha'.l thiB good rdothea aa ?hi. Added to his have of dress was a fondness for jjoocj a-aliug that led liim to every proaltdaf ?aaoaae near a camping ground. **On one occas.ion, with his staff, h? a*ode up to a handsome, old-fnshioned sTbomc in Tennessee. and with his most -eourtly bow aad j^allant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 September 1900

saturday, sept. 22 1000 TOLD BY AN OCULIST. A Pretended Blind Girl Stood Every - Test But One. Tiny Little Mon?f. Relee*ed by tbe Doctor In Hia OHlee, Threw ll?r Off Her Gunrd nnd Expoitd Her na nn 1 nipoator. 1'hysicians often have to cxercise great care to avoid becoming the vic? tims of imposition. If a dishonest applicant for a pcnsion ean hoodwink aome doctor, the lattcr's certificate may ba iikkU* tlu- mcnns of perpetrat inp w (rand npon tha government; and soei;)l painsites who seek to sponge on public and charitable insti? tutions nre always trying to invcigle a physician into saying the word or writii** the line whieh would gain them ndmission. Aa interesting- case in point wis related l>y the leading oculist. of Mon 1 real, a man whose practice ex? tended far outside of the bounds -of tbat city. One day a young worn nn came into his office, accompanied by an elder w.muui, apparently the mother. The young woman wore col? ored glasse*. whieh one might have asstvmed to be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 22 September 1900

"VaT SATUKPAY, SEPT 22, 1900 3RILUANT NUP1IAL9. ? ' ? Ihe elaeaie preeinets of Ohureh H ill were enlitened on Thuraday niaht, the f th inat by the marriage of Mr. Ohaa ?. T. Btewart to Miaa Dollie A. Brown Tbe eeremony waa per'ormed st the Leigb Ht. M ? Church by the paitor, Bar. J. Edward Qucby snd wss wi. cessed by a brilliant and feah Ion able sudieree. After the marrisge nere mot j waa over the hsppy couple re? paired to the reaidence of tha groom's father on P. 8t. where s reception waa held and the preaenoe of many frienda snd diaplay of many valuable snd uae ful preaenta attested tbe populari.y of tbe young eandidates for the hooors of married life. The groom wss led in by his brother Mr. 8. B. Btsward. and 'he bride by Mr. Maurice Barrett. The maids of honor were Miss Raeilia W. 8teward, sister of the groom snd Miaa |M. Al iee Johnaon. Tbe bride wss attired in white aatin trimmed with ehiffon, and earried a beautiful bouquet of white xoaea. The tirst msid of honor wore laven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 September 1900

VOLXTII NO 41 UTCHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATUKDAY/SEPTMBER, 29. 1900* PRICE SC-^aMS DR. GRAHAM RETCRN8 THANKS. RiCHatoKD. Va .Stpf. 24th, 1900 Editor of thu 1'lamt, e-ir: r-ince the Nationa Baptist Conven? tion haa met in our eity and mad<-> a re? eord bei efioial aa touch ing the urea*. Baptist denomination. in the di.-ecti:m offoati-ring peace and happinem be? tween the luo racea in thia Southland no tc miersation could be more aatis rj to me at.d to the good people of Rioh-no d I wi*h however, to teni'tr my sin Oere thack. to all the good frienda. both white ard eolored of .-?urei-y for the gereroos and hospitable way in whieh they iabored to m.ke tbe stay 0f the viaiting brethren a happy one. Ihe delegates were perfeutly aatia fled with th**ir entertainment and ao expresaed tbemaelvee by reaolu'iona Notwithatandmg itv-aa the largei-t deleaation in the historf of tbe oon? vention, yet I am pleaaed to tell ju w*e had acoommodation fer 200 more delegatea than wereoreeent. In many in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 September 1900

a.. **?*"? ?*T-. SA.TURD \ Y SEPT 21), l<400 HE LOVKS HIS DOGS, St. Louis Bachelor Has Started a Cemetery for Them. Ten Little MihibiIn Msrk Ihr (imvrt of Dnr lluiit,'-. ( hiiIiic Kr Icml.?II ln ll.nin' ii .'.('ccu for flit* (>ira> <if tht* >r ij<tl bur hood. Boberl li ilar, or uDoc*" Haig, as he is more fainili.M l\ kno\.n. Iias, on his premiaes, aboul onr nii!o north of Webater Grove, a Little glaveyard whlch the Bt. Louia Bepublie dte acribea aa unique. Sliaded by S hedge fenee, whieh tlividts hiayard froia the atreet, are baa **a*sall"?aYr**indiii and nretlhag still eloaer in the braunbly bashrn art* tea baad* stones. These mark the last reatina places of ten of llai^*"s emnpanions; they are the gi-avea <>f ns rnaay doaja, Tlu* designation of the animals as Haig's conipanions is correet. They mijrht even be r*alled his "famiiy," sinee "Doe" never married. aml has no relatives nearer than New Zea land. The old man himself rcgards dogs as almost hnman. and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 September 1900

SATURDA.Y. SEPT. 2 9 U*00 f*K*K>t>Or>oo**H*>*5**^^ -:<K>0 1 OUTFLANKING PAPA j i,**<>-*KKK}<H><H*W CH^CrOO^CrOCHWi WlKN sir Bichard afas>is*--ai*aa*fb said a thinir. evea ia tha heal oi an excitin*- taoment*, hc made at polnt af boldlng to his worda, aometti the cost of considerable peraona! in sTaoavealenee, and therefore when his only daughter Qrace laforartad him ol the propoaal whieh aha had r*-*c*elved from that Lmpecuniovia ywunir engi ?fteer. I'ercv Boafield, aad he B*a*-ril** lnsistcd opoa an baataat i-<>vi?ioii ol all coinmunicati< n betweet) Hiem, the fund and devoted oOttpla knew that nothing short of an elopement could meet their needs. lndeed. so promptly did aetion follow upon deelaration that when Boufteld appeared ia tha after* noon to rnake :?. formal offer to Sit llichard ba was met by the chain-shot: "Not at home.'* Tbere was a stolen uieetinj-; dow r. b*. the lodg-ekeeper's eotta**** in the even? ing and a plan of **a*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 September 1900

PoWlsbeO every fa tor day by -JohnMlf-hel r., at 811 North Fourth Street. JOHN MITOBELL, JR., EDITOR. AU com mnnioations lnrended for publieation ahould be aent ao aa to reach oa by Wedneadav. TERMS IN ADVANCa. __e Copy. one year,......81 30 One Copy,eight mouths..1 oq One Copy, six months......so One Copy. four months. SO One Copy. three months. ^40 ftagle Copy_. OC ADVERTISING RATES. For one lnch, one lnsertion.?.?_$ 3$ For one lnch eaeh subeequent Insertlon... V. For two Inches, three months,._ 6 OC Fer two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches. nine months. 14 OC for two Inches, twlve mouths. 80 00 Marriage ar 3 funeral nouoea. 80 Standing a .d translent i_o:_ces per line. K) FOSTAGE STAMPS OF A I .NOMINATION _ : _ HER THAN TWO CENTS OT RECEIVK5 3N SUBSCRIPTION-. IhePlanbt ls Iasued weekly. The subecrlp den priee ls$1.50 ? year. ln advance. rtere are roia waTs by which money can be rnnt by mail atour ri-_?ln _? Post Ofiice Money Order, by Bank Cheek or Draft. or an Express Mon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 September 1900

SATURDAY. SEPT 29, 1900 CHAFFEE ORDERED OUT. Tbe Ameriean Army Must With \Z draw From China's Capital. A LEGATION GUARD TO REMAIK. Mmatlme Alnrn.lns; Itrpnr(? __?_.?? Reached Drrlln From Count Wal. deraee. and It In Ilrlleved ln Lon? don F_e WIU Iinlnrc War on Chlna. Washington. Sept. 26.?The United Etates government yesterday took the flrst step toward the redemptlon of its pledge made to the Russian govern? ment Aug. 28 last, hy cablegram tn ?tructlon to Gen. Chaffee to reduce the Ameriean forces ln China to the pro portions of a legation guard. Nearly a month ago the Russian government was told through M. De Wollant, Its eharge here, that if the Russian forces and ministry were wlthdrawn from Pekin, "we shall give lnstructlons to the commander of the Ameriean forces ln China to withdraw our forces from Pekin, after due conference with the other commanders as to the time and manner of wlthdrawal." That time has now come, and yesterday's aetion marks the beginnlng of the disappear ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 September 1900

?v SATl RI AY. Sill T 29, I 900 WHAT THE LAW DECIDES. An agent wboforwards oollectioTis to taub-ageut aaddireeta biaa tomake any Other WA9 tlt i 1m fuiftda than :u\ appliea? tion thereof fo> tbe hem-tit ol tbe prin cipal is luM. in Milton \~. JobasaOU <*ainn.) 17 I.. I'. \.52ft,liable tothe prin* tdpal for aueh d auaa ol tba fund> bv the atab*ag* nt. Maeretion In tlu* anrrogate to with* hold eomn iatlona from an executor who has no1 given proper attention to ?his duti. - la beld, in Rutledge (N. *".), eTT L. u. \. 721, not to bc denied by tbe a-*odeprovi>.M.ii tbat tbe aui*ro*"a.te "must ttaUow to bim*' certain T-ffmrniaaJftna for hia ser\ i A statute making it unlawful to per auit the t*acape ol natural gtaa into ihe ?open air fron a well longer than two days after it i* eonstrueted is held. ln state vs. Ohio Oil conip.my (liul.i. OT I*. K. A. 9X7, to ba constitutionai and a decision to 11:? aanac etTeet is rendered by the United states supreme eourt in 177 V. S. 190. 4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 September 1900

SATTRDAY, SEPT. 29 1900 THE WINSTON BABY. Saved from a Terrible Fate by Its Sensible Grandparents. The Old. Folka Dldn't I??*ll?*vr ln the Nr? Itook. Srlrnrr ot RrnrlDK t'hililren and Kniirkcil Oat a 5...I of SUly Rnle*. The Winston baby is bring brought np accordlng to the pe-areol ideava ta ehild atudy. Mrs, Winaton is young but flrm. and ahe saya thai her child is to have all the advantagee <>f tho new science. The baby baa been ba !ed nnd put to aleep on **ehednle titne. No friends have been allowed to Idon or fondle it. aaya the Chicago Newa, and the plan Waa working oeautifully Ifre. Wineton*a father and moth? er eame to visit her. Tbe viait was paid primarily to see the new grnndchi'.d. As soon'as they entered tlie house Mr. aml Mrs. Cud? bright demanded the baby. Mrs. Win? aton raised her eycbrows. "I'aby Ls just being fed." she said. "You must tvait until 2:30." Her father har heard of her system. but he laughed nnd said: "Oh.* break throujrh the rules for once and br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 29 September 1900

sa rr._i> \ s PT _?.>. 1900 _. THE S_KVICE OF LOVE. How \uo ari__ic rieia ?r itui. Ile Mmir u 11. 1.1 ?>f Ob_B ilm- Ju>. oti.- r. and 11 _? Intem j lt. I I I WC bj B tner' ' of mind 1 lo ttatred of . fort-. ; roUtioa turaed iuiu the ? I A ction W_Q ' posi ivo prooi 1 ? bare its or _ anr buman na ; ? th | ? path of ;..v, .. tici ; rp ?f Ch Ood I then t)'._. , ::.-:.iy a '' *nto I nnd tfiorificd fa ^>--m.<_. of it.tinite Christian patl.v. Th.- bond of love is not a mere con? tract with coaeeience to pay thenom _Ba' debt of Imman duty; U - compulaory; but the .ouipul * ?< out of t\trinsic Kreasnre; th* laoaoat *oal r. a__a_aa . Ohriat beiBf there. In working to waid the Chrlattaa Uf* nnd love we are lmt opening the door to l.-t in the *ower whieh sha!! eomplcie what we BBD only imperfeetly long for. Un aal-lBfaaeaa is th* other aaaa* ior love; arhi b iove come* iu self goes out, and then the whole field of duty becomes a _Uld of joy. In aerving othera we ac aomplls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 October 1900

VOLXVJJ NO 42 KICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATU 11DAY, OCTOLEK 6. 1000 PIUCE5C4__NTS [From Mobile W?*tk'y Prea*\] Editor John Mitehell of the Plaubt ia tbe bipgeat among the bh.dea of Richmond. A popular laadar, a aue eeaofdl buaineaa man, a ieerieas jjut naliat, we beapeak for the founder and manager of the ,Pi<a**bt atill greater achievemente in the uplift of hia reee and brigbter laurelathan huherto plaeed upon hia worthy brow. Prof. D. Webater Davia of Richmond Va. delivered an addreaa ot welcome to the National Bap iat Corivtntiun at Riehmond. The addreaa electrified the vaat congregation anl at on**** plaeed tbe apeaker in the r?nk of tbe fineat oratoi > ot the raee. Prof Davia ia one ef the leading pedBgoguea among the 8b deaat Kicbraond and he ia highly eateemed bj all.?Mub.lb Wbbkly Paaas. DIDNOTLIKKIT. It aeema that Rav. Albxindbb Mr Gi-iBB, reeter of the 8t. Ptnlipa P. E Churoh and bit chuir were invited to rarticipate in an er.ttrt--.inment at the Ebenezer Baptiat Chureh on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 October 1900

URO if O T (3. I .00 ALCOHOL FROM A TO Z. A.?AVOID AL.OOHOI-. B? Uattle v.ith It. ('.?Call it anything but a blessing. D.?Dread lt. E.?Kn?l Its exlstence. F ? Flght it. O.?Get away from it. H.?Hate lt. I.?Intensely fear It. J?Join the pledge never to swailow lt. K.?Knoek lt iivit. I..?Look not upon it. M.?Middle not with it. N.?Nev.-r taste It. O.?Out and out ag.__T.st it. P.?Prove lt to be a sham. Q.?Quaft it not. R.?Raise money to oppoae it. 8.?Sow teetotal t? ? ?<: . . .itimially. T.?Touch not "the cup." U.?Use no wln_. not even home made. V.?Vie with others to unJ.-rnilii. it* pow.r. av".?Woe follows the uslng of lt. X.?'Xpect no blessing in it. V.?YOU are want.-.i to seal its doom. Z.?Zanys keep on drinking lt.?National Advocate. BROUGHT TO HIS SENSES. ralh.il.' Story .>r a Droakard and Hia t hll.l ?lli.v. Sh*- 1 rnnalornird a Muttti. "Suffer little children to come unto Me, am! foi >'d them not. for of such is the King<!om of Heaven." There WM a "little child." who...

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