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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 October 1900

SATURDAY. OC I*. c>. L > ? TOGETHER. What of the aturaay weather l. Where wil li ah tha atstJsTa f And you and I tocetla r. U Sweetheart. forevermore? L "Fortvernmi ttkar t Of any time or t 1 Forevermore toge'h.r | O'er the green world and wide! !To tread the dlm ways lowly Where thorns or violetsgrow; To face God's starlight. holy ? On Alpine helghts of snow ! In starred or stormy weather*? To shlver or adore. i her?stlll together. J Sweetheart, forevermore! { Life like a dream is ying? I Into the black vold drawn; The OffhU ths I***-htS nre dyln-f Bvsa as th.- aravs tl*rhta<lawa. Whlls the whita t**a*ra*-o*?sliats-a I And dim ths morning lif-ht, Ws Hstsai a'OJ ara U For the talllng of thu Night. But the Night shall fall ln splendor "ver Hfe'** storm-swept shore. Ai.i'h. '??. ii thorns shall be tender, V. ith you. forevt rmore! And what tho attSaM of weather? Dark sacala hoverlng o'er? So that we are together. Sweetheart, forevermore? ?Fr.u.k I-. St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 October 1900

P bllshed every fstvrdey t*t JehnMltehel .,f*t Sll North Fourth Street. JOHN MITOBEIaL, JR., EDITOrt. ?II coxnmnnicatlons lntended for publlcatlon should be' sent so as to reach ns by Wednesdav. TXRM8 IN ADVANCK ?*n. Copy, one yesr......~~~.^....41 60 <dne Copy,eight months.. 1.0S 3ne Copy, six months..80 ?ns Copy, four months.60 ne Copy. three montha........40 Mngle Copy,-.06 ADVERTISING RATE8. "*or one inch, one lnsertlon.| 5c For one inch each subsequent lnsertlon... M For two lnches, three months. 100 For two lnches, six months. 1000 Wit two inches, nine months. 14 0C :wo inches, tw?*lve months. 30 0C aaarrlage ar- funeral notaoes. 60 -'andlng x d translent notlces per line. K -IAGE STAMPS OF A I ".NOMINATION alGHER THAN TWO CENTS >OTRE'*EIVKr *K SCBSCRIPTIONS. ThbPlaskt ls issued weekly. The snbscrip 4on price ls 81.60 a year, ia advance. There are rot*B wats by whlch money can b* -ant by mail atonr rlak? ln .. P..st oflk*?* Money -?rder ; by Bank Check or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 October 1900

SATURDAY, OCT 5, 1900. |Will Not Aceept Ten Per Cent In? crease Offered by Operators. LABOR'S BIG DEMO_.3TRA_I.IO_.. I? a Speech l*r.-.i.l,-nt >Ilfch?-ll De cUrftl Thnt Aetion on tke Sp?r>. tora' Offfr Cmn Be Deeided Only by at MrrtlaK of tbe Mtnrn. Wilkosbarre. Pa., Oa*. 3.?The parade nd mass meeting of the striklng mln rs hold in this city yesterday was the greatest labor deraonstratlon ever held n northwestern Pennsylvania. The pa ?ade, beaded by President Mitchell and the ofiicere of the national executive board. required and hour and twenty ninutea to pass a given polnt. It ls atlmated that there were fully 15.000 nen and boys ln line. The boys con tttuted the working force ln the break irs. They werewhply a small part of ha procession. Tne great bulk of the iraders wero made up of atalwart nen. As a rule they were all well Iresaed, and some of them might be aken for a body of well fed farmers. There were many bannera of various leaigns earried by the man....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 October 1900

S*.TI Rl?AY 0_T ,;. ..(>o *-^M '_: _^m? Orct_?_*q p^_k_ PRAISE YE THE LORD1 1-et 1 :.d earth and ..as IM?? prilse pra* Who. ative word Onl form. X?t all that move therein praise 11:- greal name Who hoMa within Hls hand sunshlne and m' Praiae Him. \, ai???, \ hosts. whose serried r.'.nks Stand worshiping bafora the great WhitJ Throne. Xanamlnp: tninist.-rs of liis. gtve thanks *_r all His wlsCor.i. powar aiul ^u(><: shown 1 -Praise Him. all peoples that dwel] 0:1 ih earth. uis vondrotta miTry aad i__k ? .....: -Earth's rlcheat vrirts when welsh .'. .,rw nothing worth Compan-d with those received fronr. acavaa aI Te aeed of J.i. md praise the I_ord! X_st Israel stand ln kw. und pr;i. nam?''. ___* fv.tv living soul. with one accord. Mlsmi-ihty arorka and wondrous love pro elaim. O-t of the mouth of babes, the Master said, ila hath ordained and perfected Hls praise. -Bhall man alone. his way with dangers , spread. I Xanore the Hand that guldes him all hl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 October 1900

6 _ I l KDA _., OC T. G _U>00 !*?-?><>-%04>0<*>O->0<S_><^ ^How HELAUCK Per- 1 formed a Social Duty f HEI.MJOK had moved into town near? ly three ytars before he deeided to \ak.- Mr. Helmiek aod Johnny out to revis.it the suburl) where for 12 months he had scraped and saved and denied himself a!l little luxuri es to buy a house on th. Inatallaaeat plan. The house evenuiallv disappotnted him. lt prom? lsed well nt tirst and made a specious ahow of bt Ing all thal a aaborbaa house ahould be. bnt b\ it dropped the inask. and one by one its faultaajftd _hort_o:nii.^s beeame apparent. so that it araa more in anger than in sorrovv that Helmiek sold hia houae and took a flat. If it had not beea for Knox it la >doubtful whether he would ever h:nc gone baeh?even for a day. Knox and Helmiek had been neigh? bor.. united in the firmest bond.s of auburban brotherhood...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 6 October 1900

SA H??_.>*. Y OCT 6 lv-.K) Havln<r r?ar* of aeveral actual expe tienees aad p?rused a few novels deal inir with the same It >V _-?__. (be social probleni, one Keal Tl.inu. y |)elroits Wes.-thy young meo, higbly aducated and in laadly earnest, deeided to real a rooin la ona of the pooroet qnarters of the eity. li"?c hy tha sweat of his brow aud 8e> the best he could. He fell among atrange people and had rough experi eaces, but the novclty of the thing and hiszeal kept him going for quite a while. aays the Free Preaa. He even slept with his head out of the window during somt of the botteel alghta, Whipped adrunk en man who was aboeiag a little boy. and iived within hia earnings. Hkougb he thoogbt luxudes. Bul ?he -train waa t. ooauek He began todnra <>n bia ra%,ureea and aaitigate the trialsof bia n He even fare a '.ii t '.? aupper a I from aBMBg bia ara aa the resu'.t tliat a majoril ..,-.?.? Bot able to go to work whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 October 1900

VOLXVH NO 43 KICHMOND, VIBGINIA, SATTJKPAY, OCTOBER 13,1900 PRICE5CE^T8 DIED A MARTYR FOR RACE RIGHTS 1. C. 0. Beojamio Editor of tbe Leiiogton, Ky., Standard, Shot to Death. By Registration Challenger After Stating* at the Booth: "You know that is not the Law". DEATH OF R. a O. BBNJAJalN. [Lexlngton Daily Leader.} R. O. O. Beejaaain, editor of tke Lex ing Standard. a eolered Republioan newaaeaer, and a lawyer and ooeaaion al preaeher, liea dead at hia home on W. Main St., ahot in the baek, and Michael Moyoahan, an em loye of the preaent city edmiDiatratio*., tbe official challengar of tbe Demooratie Uommit tee in notorioua preeinet 32. and now under icdietmeat in the United Stataa Court for an aaaault on Riehard Ourd, a eolored man in ihe aame preeinet in the regiatration of ? lt-99, ia a priaoner io ihe count? jail oharged with murder. The tragedy, a depreaaing and la mentabie one in ihe extreme, ia the re? ault of the uaual diagraoaful brawla whieh have mad-e-the eity odioua for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 October 1900

SATURDAVT OCT 13,1900 HOUSEHOLD WASTES. IKrary eareful hou*ek*?p*r knows bow aaay tt is to d-eplete her husband* purse by p*rmlttina*rnall Uu.lt* to contlnu*) about th* home*. and how much may be -saved by a -udleioua attention to littl* things. Little foxes spol! the vtnea and it requ're* no ef? fort of a eareles* woman to keep up a con -tant drain from the exchequer. A list of the avenue* through whlch wastefulnee* rnakea itself talt wouid occupy much space. -** ****** of them, however, may be men tioned.] ?Piecea of lace and ribbon throwa away. Turnlng akirta wrong side out whea banging tbem up. Failing- to dry a box of soap for sev* ?ral daya before using it. Wearing the same clothing each week aa it comes from the wash. Buying- artieles because they are cheap and will come in aome tima. Sweeping- the house in the usual morning dress with head uncovered. Drie*-d fruit* left uncovered and con eequ-ently allowed to become wormy. Piecea o*. oread and cake allowed to dry and mold an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 October 1900

SATURDAY OCT 13 1VHK). THREE GIRLS. Marion. Maale and May! Three glris came to my den to-day. Three gtrl-graduate*?-sweet. of coui Laughing and bluahlng ln malden remora? That they had ventured to make their way Into an edltor'a den to-day. Marion. Maaie and May: They wrote their namea ln preclaely that ~ way On my blotter-pad, whlch ls acarred and' blurred With many a _<cratch that'a the ghost of a word, And then they left me, bllthesome and aay At thought of Marion. Maale and May. What la the charm of a laughing maid That I, who am mlddle-aged. marrled and ataid. Bhould rejolce In a viait like that of to-day. And forget that my head grew long ago Bray, ln thlnklng of Marion, Maale and May? What ls the charm of a flower by the way? Why do we hearken to aonga of blrda? What ta It In the beginnlng of day " That fllla ua with Joy never put into worda? Read me theee rlddies then ask me to aay The wherefore of Marion, Masle and May. ?N Y. Home Journal. -AA?????????????..???.?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 October 1900

ni?l?o A-ve-r-v PatnrOay bv Jobn Mlt-hel ? 81) hcrtb*ronrth Btraat. JOHN MITCHELL, JB? EDITOR. *aVII <*omtD*anie**at)onB intend*d for publlcatlon ahouMba aent ao Mtoraacbuby W-*dn**eaelav. TKKM8 IK ADVANCK ?atat Copy t one year..~_..._.~_M_.....4* c-. One Copy,eight months..._LM One Copy, six montha..~..~~.~.^. .*o 3ae Copy, four montha,. .M >n? Copy. three montha._.4t GOja-r, "-hr le Copy_ -**tagle Copy_....._,.ot ADVERTISING BATES. Jorone lnch, one lnsertlon...?.-?...MM.?4 sc for one lnch each subsequent iiisertton... tt a**or two Inchea, three mon ths,.. 6 Ol "for two inches, six montha. lOOf Fo* two lnches, nine mon tha. 14 ex Tor two lnches, tw?*I*?e montha.90 Ot afarrlage ar \ funeral notlces. ti ***u-ding a d transient notlces per line. K ?POSTAGE STAMPS OF A I aNOMINATIOS -HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS *.OT RECBIVKE 3N SI'BSCRJPTIONS. TkbPi.a.i'bt ls issued weekly. The snbsorlp aon prtce *?> $1.50 a year,ln advance. There are *odi wats by whlch money...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 October 1900

- c.-.? - SATURDAY, OCT 19, 1900 10PERAT0B_SINCER1TT ?^uestioned by Some of the Strik ing Anthracito Miners. I-THE GaTHEEDJQ AT SHAMOKUT. realdent Mltehrll Tella the Strlltera That the ITfs-at Vlotory Ia Bat the Entrrlna Wedse For Bettea* Coadltiuna In the Yrars to Come. Shamokln, Pa, Oct. 10.?Preaident Mitehell, of the United Mlna Workera, who came here yesterday to take part ln a labor domonstration, was welcom? ed ln a most enthuslastlc manner by Ihe thouaands of striking mine work rs ln this seetion of tha Schuylklll 'alley. The city waa profusely decor ,ted and all the stores and other busl iess houses in the Tlcinity closed at loon and thousands of peopla came rom Burroundlng towns to take part d the parade and to listen to Mr. fitchell'a speech at a mass meeting, ehlch was held after the parade. President Mitehell waa enthusias tically recelved when he arose to ad? dress the assemblage. He spoke of the enthuslasm displayed by the men throughout the strike region and went Into...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 October 1900

SATURDAY. OCT 6. 1900 -Tba Haberdasher ia eever* aa tha ?aaa** akirt waist. It saya: "Adviaing **w_?~a_tr ?_ ta,0' ??*?<??-** th. abaadonmen tof ths T_>tlrn Maa cost ia to give co un ttaom to ona of tha worst of all bad srican habit*. To preserve the si tbctic and the artistic in dreaa one aaaat leave the unita of our outer attire snadlaturbod. To separate them ia to leave a man half dressed. The man ta bis ahirt sleeves ia always the com and vulgsr man. You'll find his leaning against the pubiic bars, -torating in pubiic conveyances amoking in forbidden plaees. We ' not discard the coat and preserve tbe ralea of propriety and esth.ticistn *** dreaa. There can be no comparison ?**""*<? the dress of man and woman. A woman's shirt waist is merely a form att bodice, and it is an integral part of tba outer dress of woman. A man's ?-__rt ia a diatinctive garment and is not part of his oversuit. Aside from theae abjections we have the more serious ?ae of a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 October 1900

I|SA.TtJRDAY, OCT. 13 1900 INDIV1DUALITIES. The la-H Ctf-is P. Huntington wa not a bright arudent In hia schoolday> and was finally * expelled from tk. villajre si-hool for troubla Wlth th?a teacher. That waa when he was 14 years of ag*?. James S. Baker, of Nflssouri, is the aole survivor of the expedition formed In 1847 for the reiief of Gen. Zachary Taylor in the City of Mexico. He rod? on horseback from Missouri to Austin Tex., to enliat in Col. Hayes' regi ****fm rresident Eliot, of Harvard, has de elared himself m favor of the shirt waist man as student. Several mem? bers of the faeulty eoraplainen of the fatigue costumes worn to leettires by atudenta in June. but President Kliot did not sympathize with the complain ing faction. Gov. Roosevelt. unlike most men who are public speakers, objects to dic tating to a stenographer what he in tends to say. When he doea not speak from notes he writes out wlth his own hand and with many eorrections his whole speech and then ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 October 1900

i ^ ? r? s SS& SATUBDAY, OCT 13. 1900. 1REMARKABLE SCENE In the Trial of Henry E. Youtsey a? at GeorgetoWn, Ky. DEHOUNCEB AKTHUR QOEBEL. %?? PrJaoner Janprd ?o Hl. Vt ??' Kmcltedly Drolarrd tha> Brota ?* of tk? Nnrdrrei Uurrnor W?a ?w*?rlB?T IIla I.lfa> Away. Georgetown. Ky.. Oct. 10?One of the tnost remarkable scenes ever enacted ?a a Kentucky court occurred last adght in the trial of Henry E. YouUey. aaarged with belng a principal in the aaooting of Governor Ooebei. the de tendant hlmself befhg the chtef partiel aant. The court room was crowded at the time. and the excitement was tn taase. Dee Armstrong, the Louisville aatective, had Just told of his talks with Youtsey before and after his ar taat. Then Arthur Goebel was put on the stand and Judge Ben Wiliiams, who for the flrat time appeared for the twosecution. did the questioning. Arthur Goebel said: "I talked wlth Youtsey the day h? was arrested late in the afternoon in Frankfort in reference ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 October 1900

VOL XVII KO 44 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20,1900* PRICE5CE2STS RESCINDED ITS ACTION QUICKLY. The Street Committee Sees Its Error THE PLANET'S POINTS SUSTAINED. Councilman Mills Makes an Explanation. Ccuncilruan Glenn _ ***a** States the Law. Would Make the Contracts Illegal. THE VOTE WAS UNAN1MOUS. BROTHER MULLEN IS SILENT. HE DOES NOT RUN RICHMOND NOW. HT a meeting of the S? Aet Committee of the City Couneil oi Richmond, held September 28th, a resolution was pass? ed upon motion of Councilman Morgan R. Mills, declaring that no city work would be given to any Contractor who employed colored men as laborers. This was done at the request and demand of Mr. William II. Mullcn, who claimed to represent the Central Labor Union (white) of this city. The Planet saw at once that this was in violation of the law and in its issue of Oetober 6th, 1900, an editorial appeared setting forth this fact, under the caption of "The Right to Labor." Each Councilman received a copy and the de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 October 1900

SATURD\Y OCT 20. 1H00 _.n?l?iifli Wi-r Oflrr -__eorte?. Theorics by the hundred are hatched within the walls of the war office? theories based upon the less< .>s taiujht during the mutiny and the Criim-un war. theories that would ha\_< b.-i-n ?aafal in the days of the Snidt-r or ev.n the converted Snider. hut whieh in iht innin are of little value when Maus.-is and MannHchera and ahella fllled wHh melitiite am! having the velodty almost >f sound itv, !f :.re BBed. In that build? ing they BmUBgC drill books and pre face them with the Warning lhat hy eommand of her majesty the rulea for ?aovementa aad formatioa* laid down therein are to be rijridly adhered to. nnd that any departure therefrom will be vjewed a_s aomethlng like a erime According to the lines of thesr boeka our men are drtlled and our offlc. ra are trained; and what was the resnh dur inar the war that is now elosing? Bat taJons and brigadea atnmbted their way along on the war o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 October 1900

_J f} 9?G*9$ SATUKOA.Y i)CT 20 1 '00. NIGHT ON A CATTLE RANGE. ?There's a welrd-Uke charm ln the starllt night on the breast of the western plains, Where a stlllness falls like a vetl of peace as the day ln Its glory wan..;. Where the night breeze kisses the frvered earth and the gems of the star-world gleam With their twtnkling sparkles of sllvry light till the heavens with beauty teem. Tbe heart beat* soft with a soothlng sense of freedom aad calm delight Aa we lie and gaxe at the whlp-poor-wllls o'erhead la their playful fllght. ?Wbere the grasses rustle a lullaby by the breath of the night wind stirred. And the dog-wolf howls ln the sandy hilla and the cowboy slngs to hls hard. ,Off there on the breast of a rising slope the eattle ln uqlet Ite. Nor raise their heads when the shadowy form of the rider passes them by. But close their eyes when the soothlng sonc of the tireless watcher they hear? The song that tells them to Ue ln peace; ne danger Is lurking near. The weary man from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 October 1900

Pbllshed every Saturday toy John Mltche* .sl bl) .Sortb Fourth Street. JOHN MITOHEIX, .TR., EDITOR. All coxninun.cations in-??n .ed for publieation should he sent so aa to reach us by Wedneadav. TERMS IN ADVANCE ?"* ite Copy, one year.~..?.~..__....4i *: _n_ Copy,eight moi.ths.._. 1.00 )ne Copy, six months._..SO !<y, four months.6C One Copy, three montha.40 Jtngle Copy,-.OC ADVERT1SINO RATES. .:. one lnch. one Insertlon.?......^....4 3c Bar one lnch eaeh subaequeni .nserUoD... 16 *ortwo laehee. three months.?_.... aoc '??? two ine'.ep. six months. 1000 te months. 14 0C *or two Inches, twelve months. 200C Marriage ar-. funeral n->' __s,. 6. *<.__.d!iig t .d translent uoiices per line. K STAM P8 OF A r .NOMINATION RTHAM TWO CENTS -.OTRE'-EIVRS BSCRIPTIONS. -.nxt ia lasaed weekly. The subscilp ."_ce 'si.1.50- year.ln advance. .T-ere are -ots ways by whlch money can be ? mail at our rlsk?in v. Postofflce Mone* _ de'. by Bnnk Cheek or Draft. or an Expn-s*...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 October 1900

SATURDAY, OCT 20, 1900 a. BRYANJ)VATI0N. Democratic Candidate Enthusias ? tically Greeted in New York. CROWD WAITED FOR HOURS To Gain Admission to the Madison Square Garden Meeting. MAUY LEFT AFTER BEYAN SPOKE. At the Onldoor Meeting, at Tniumsiir llnll and at Cooper I'nion tlie Seenea ot Wild Euthaslasra Were Re*-eated Whea the Demoeratio I.eader Appeared?Gorernor Rooie velt ln Olilo and Senator Hanna ln tlie Korthwest Are Alsio Arouilng Entbnslasm For Their Party Prin? eiplea. New York, Oct, 17.?William J. Bry? an arrived ln this city at 2:55 o'ciock yesterday. His reeeption was an em phatlc ovatlon. Aa the train steamed Into the annex of the Grand Central depot that part of tho lmmens? bulld ihg was packed wlth a waiting multl tude. At 2:35 o'ciock a loud cheer went up as the open carriagis contain lng tha Tammany Hall reeeption com? mittee roda to the annex. William IL Hearst led the way, followed by Rlch? ard Croker. O. H. P. Belmont, Presi? dent of the Borough Jamea J. Coogan,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 October 1900

SATIKD.W. OCT 20 1900 A prominent -.arton county (Kan.J _____arwaaaBada the victim of u amooth, _ K ... 111b astI bi ... aeaaa aaw. swin Sulndlr. , , , _ I - rteeotl y. throueh which he was arork-d for $::t.^. Several wveks ago a man claimiag to be a real estate dealer ?ppr..aehed the farmer with a proposition for the p_r chase of bis land. An offer of $30 hm paid down to bind the b-jrgain. the "purchascr" giving a Carthage address on his departure. Some days afterward. relates the Kansas City .Journal. an? other farmseeker came along and of? fered $65 an acre for the same land. Of course. the owner wanted to sell to the second man at the higher flgure, al? though he had tied himself in a prs ?ious contract. So he wvote- the "Car? thage" dealer with reference to a can cellation of his contract. and after some dickering suceeeded in pei_.ia<> ing the latter to accept $400 in cash la lieu of the privilege of buying at the $50 rate. Then he was ready fo. the $G5 m...

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