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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 October 1900

S\TURD.\Y, OCT. 20 1900 &*;. 1 )ULTRY^ 23 * **.?> FATTENING POULTRY. An Arcount uf the Selentlflc Methodi I'riict l?*?-?l at the sfOW Stntlona In Cnnada. At the new ehieken fnttening sta tion?J|*i Canada the taetbodfl practieed are those by whieh tht- lu st f^rade of poultry is prepared f,?r tlie Knglish market, the objeet being to fit Can ndian jvotiltry to bring highest prices when exported. The ehiekens wt* bought from farmers at the weight of three to 3yc, pounds live weight, ehoosing the breeds likely to fat ten well, and with white or light yellow legs, pay ing for these t& eents per pair on the, average. The chiekens were put in small open lattice eoops and fed on ground grain, chiefly oats mixed with FATTENING COOP. akimmed milk. During the last part of tht* proeess they reeeived an al lowanee of tallow. Fonr eliiekens were kept in each coop. The corn waa ground fine and mixed with skitnmed milk. sweet or sour, sour being pre ferred. The tn...

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

SCIENCE IN FARMING. Htm Hclped to Malce Viul T-rtaeta ?* Wonhl-s, Soll VeriLafcle Garden Spots. Science is the best ally of agrieul tore, as has beeu frequently demon otrated. A case in point is an cxam lootion into tae ***** of unproductive a-seas in some of the so-called "black asnila*' of lndiana. In central aml northern lndiana there are black ?humus soils known as "bogus.** ln a *-?-t>od man*, cases these were fo.Us>d in places that had formerly been tbe bods of ponds or else were on-ee t-a-arshes ne-arly always covered with "water. The water disappeared I0114; ogo, leaving the land in a eondition that made it possible to work H, lt waa aaaeitad by the unskilled and pop ol-arly believed that these land* *ron tained alkall to a degree tbat mad*? ii impossible to grow upon thetu .n\ kind of crop. Scientists went to work to ascertain the real faots. A elrem ieal aaalyals waa made and showed that the soil had none of the chnrac teristies of alkali soil. Some o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 October 1900

VOL xvn :no 4? RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1900* PRICE5CEISTS DESTRUCTION IS THERE Carpets Destroyed=A Renrarkable Way to Wreak Vengeance. Much Damage Done~Rev. Gixllins is Pastor. Tmstee Easley's Horse is Gone. SUPT. BAKER'S DOG IS DEAD?AN UNFORTUNATE HAPPENING-THE PUBLIC IS RALLYING?MUCH SYMPATHY EXPRE3SBD?MONEY TO BUY MORE FURNITURE. Destrnetion marked every step taken by unknown persons at the Third Bt. A. M. E. Church, S.d Street, between Leigh and Jaekson streets, Monday night, Oot. 22. 19C0. It was early Tuesday morning when Mrs. Johnnie Robinson, who is a mem? ber of the ehuroh was psssing that building. She notioed that the front double door wss open, ani no sexton i wns in sight. She went across the street to Trustee C. B. Green'a reai? denoe, 619 N. 3rd street and told bim about it. He had not dreesed, and urged her to go inside and aee if the sexton was there. She did so. and oame baok shortly borriBed, deolaring that tbe ohuroh was ruined Brother Green was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 October 1900

_M rORD V 0_'i 27, 1VK)0 HANDY STABLE CABINET. Mce Wm.v ?.f K.ri>lnx B?ttl__, l_r._-!.?-H. (Hnii,>. StrnpM and tliher l.Htlc >f .iN?arle?. y o atable cogld be kepl more ? daring the I :i cabii ? aome bandy poaition for the keeping of bottlea, brnsht -. eomb . ete. One maj i ing to the wall ?>r oa s a1 v of the required .-^J?:?t> \ eomvenb n I eight is io have CAHINKT K( >H STAI __E. It fnstened or real ai.out five feet from the floor. lf screwed to the side of the barn. tha open top will beeome the aide. l'ut in aheivea, coospert ments. strnps. as tool holdene, etc. To tlooe the ho\. ? drop_e_i side is put 0B bj l-.in_.intf ;?! th* bOttOflB ttti snppoi ttng atraps from th< i eorner of the box lo the onter r of tha li'iif. Tliis will bm '??for,- the eloaei when open. lf ? liis ip aot deaired, pot s aerew eve la eaeh apper cocnoi, eonaeel with n wit?> and ___ang (.\<r tha wire .. thick c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 October 1900

*??' ** >... Svl ?:kD ?v. OCT 27. 1900 B-. ?________ | PASSING of CROQUET on _j THE MEXICAN FRONTIER X J'H TIIE early 'S0s. atone of the Mex ioan ports of entry on the Rio randf^. there lived n number of Aimr ?r;u.s largel] interested in pushing-for? ward Ameriean railroad ea terpris.es that arera _at_ad?d altimataljr to con nect the capital of the Mexican repub lk with thecities of the United States. For the tirst time in Ua history the Mexican custom houae locatetl there for the purpose of iewinsr ..t.?l collect ing a tariff for revenue only found it? aelf with something important to do. Not only was the business ereated by railroad construction considerable. but all these Americans were purchasing on the Ameriean side of the river the commodities requisite for their exist ence. and. unless evading the vigilance of the custom house officials altogeth er, providing an oecasional opportuni? ty to increase the receipts of the col lector of the port 1o &n extent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 October 1900

Publlsbed every Saturday by Joh n Mlfhel Ji.. at 811 North Foorth Street. JOHN MITOHELL, JR., EDITOR. All roromanications mtendeo ror publieation ahould be sent so aa to reach us by Wedneedav. TBB.M8 IN ADVANCE *a? Copy one year._.__Al . 9at Copy,eight moi.ths.m 1.0c Ztmt Copy, six months.?.8 !>o_ Copy, four months., g ?aeCopy, thr^e month?,. | W_g>Copy._. ADVERTISISG RATE8. 1 'inch,one lnsert'<>n........ t : ?to" on? lnch aaoh anbeeqnent laeertkmu. _ ?artwo Inches, three o.onths. ? v> Fot two lachee, ?ix ntonths . 10t> for '-o !n<-hes. nine months. 14 o fo* two inchw, tvhf monthi. 30 0< _arrini_e ar- funeral tu:. ,-... & ?U.r._:ng _. d rransient _o_teea per line. J, STAXM OF A T .NOM.NATIO? i UH?& THAN TWO OKKTS -OTBJ.C1 BSCRiPTK __RP--NXTislss_ed weekiy. The subocrir __c priee .$T.5uayear.ln advance. Ttere are ^o.-r ways hy whieh money can tx JMii by mail atour rlsk?ln ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 October 1900

SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 1900. Disappears, and With Him $700, 000 of the Bank's Funds. HE SPENT MONEY LAVISHLY. Sperulntr-d Ifea*. Il.v. I.o.t Thonsnn's on )lor?c lliiee. nnd Krfqaratcd Sarntngn *taSssMls**-i Itoawe?A Model <ltlr.cn nl Illa Home. New York. Oct. 24.?C. L. Alvord, note teller of the First Natlonal bank, has decampocl, and the bank is a loser by ?TOO,00?l. The missing man had been in the employ of the bank over 20 years. Alvord was capable and experienced, and the discovery of his defalcatlons mado after he was gone. was a com? plete surprise to everybody. The loss of money is hardly disturbing the bank, whlch Is one of the strongest ln tho city. Tho b;?nk Issues a stateinent in whlch it says there is falr prospect of reeovering a substantial sum. Alvord is about 50 years of age, and has a wife and three children. His home was at Mount Vernon, and he was reepected there as well as ln the Btreet. His habits were good. It is be lleved that he lost money In stock spe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 October 1900

fiiX**. *tj?t**r SATIRDAY, OCT. 27 lWO. DOG STOPPED TRAIN. Early Morning Amusement of a Colorado Bloodhound. M Workrd Well for a I.<?nK Tlmc Oal ? I W.mat thr Kn_ln.rr Tired of the Trlck and !><?_. uml !_?? o.molivf tullidod. Somehody in the vieinity of Hnzel ton is lamenting the loss of a large and valuable _1.hm11.oii.uI. The ani? mal engaged in a fight the other Morning with the locomotive which haiils the No. 3 flyer from Denver t<> Cheyenne, nnd waa literally bumped off the earth. Deepite his share i the tragedy. Kngiaeer Mike White. who baadlea the flyer. is not to be count. (1 among the dead bloodhooad'a inoiirn. rs. On his return from ( .iey enne. replving to an expression of re? gret for the fate <>f the dog. BBgiaeer White venled a grin of deep satisfne tion and aaid lo a Denver Kepublican reporter: "What could tiie hlaim.i brute ex? peet when he went so far out of his e'.-ss?" "or somr fime '&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 October 1900

SATURDAY. OCT 27. 1900 EARNE1) HIS LEGACY. Old Mdid's H?ir Has to Take a Cab Ride Every Day. Ati<.if.?r l-'lderlv I'neliih S|ilnitl< r Ised to Tnkr M.illcil nnd I.lve l*< tl <>nt for ? lln.l> Mrinji? Olhor Slruino Storle-.. Soitm yeara since an elderly Londo** apinstrar, a-taned Packerill. left all her money i.? ;i nephew condltionalli <>n his dailj taking a two hours' eab ;i Lnode of progittaaiba to whioh -ln- had 1*.. n vciv part*aL Wera ln-. bowever, by any t-hanea to thla drive. if only lor ont- day. tlu- property was to be divided among her oiher relalioi:-. Il.-spitc their utn-.o-t \ Is-iiaace, however, tha latter ha\( aa yel never deteeted the le**ate** t***ssa*tgTe-M*ag ih?- noadltiona of tho Will, for even when on one occasion he had tht* niisfortune to break bis lc<*\ lie managed to e\tempori/e B eoneh within a four-w h<-eled eab. on wbieh he took his compulsory ai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 October 1900

SATURDAY OC'l 27. 1900 HIS WILL IS LOVE. flafhere ls a comfort to tha soul, l That flnds ln Christ a Ha"ht, JsVnd feels ln this. Its highest goal: Thy will, dear Lord. ls right. t-*"*rT?en sorrow nils the heart with pain, I In Him is found release, psVnd spirit ylelds a sweet refraln: Thy will, dear Lord. brlnga peace. SsVlth dlsappointments of to-day i Qod puts us oft to test. tsThat on the morrow we may say, ? Thy will, dear Lord. was beat. (sftld feara to tlea. God's hand doth lead; ? Let not thy falth decllne. JBtlll pray in each dark hour of need: Thy will be done. nut mine. *Dlscoura**:rd heart. be strong: and know L His will ls none but love IWaltlng Its blessings to bestow True rlches from abov?. P*ook up! Be comfort ed and feel .God's graclous presence near ?To give thee strength and to rcveal tV-Ch His will ln love made elear. Icago Standard. aEE SUFFERER'S SONG. "xpcrience of a Party of Totn-Isti Over tbe 5e-??.V Cbrlatta**.'s Hope nnd I nsplrat lom. ? On the way to the L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 November 1900

VOI*. XVU NO 46 KIHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1900 PRIOESCfcNTS PRISONS IN THE PHILIPPINES Spanish Tortures.-Graphic Description. NOW AMERICAN JAILS. Skill ol the Filipinos.?Trouble for the Ameriean Army. Manila. P. L, 8ept. 13.1900. To Editor of the I'lankt, Dear Sir:? Allow me space in one of your weekly edi tions of your noble paper to publish the following de?_rip tion of the Spanish priaons, the Philip? pine and this eountry A great deal has been been written and published concerring Manila and the customs of tbe people over here. t Manila is a prison ita .lf and within ahe very walls that make it auoh are lub-prisons and dungeons where the ight of day has m-yer shone and where in many an uulueky ard miserable of fender against Spanish honor has met death on the rack. death from starva tion. death from drawing, death in a thoosan-. different forms but death in* varlably. Even the houses are built more like prisons lhan dwellings, their stout aia hcgany doora burdened ...

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

** - 5* i > vTtTi** > VV. n )V, 9 n itt*"* - x.*. "DARE TO BE A DANaEL." A Snp?thfsrl's Vrii- ii.tion s**B***M n li.nna Mhd ln i lu* IIour uf Sor? Tcniiita tion. The son of a president of ono of our oMeal and moat prominent eaatera collepos was aboul leaving his native town for l'aris i o i i;Ut npon a spo cial courso ln aurgery. Ho hail inst attalned his Baajority, and tho sim plioity and fr? m bi*. boyhood *till lay npon hi *?oul. Many of his comrudes had gathered at the depot to wi*ab him boa voyage, unong whom *was his aweetheart. The last good b\R had been attered when, oboying an impiilso. she sprang to his side upon the platforn . aad bidding him hold his ear to ber lips. whispored: "Charloy. dare to be a Daniel!** "Only that old aaw,** said he. while a look of diaappcintnaeai ahadowed hia face. f "That only, Charley, bai it may mean muoh to you.** was hor answer. The bearer ol a letter of latrodao tion to a dlstingulabed nohlaanaa and acientist in l'ari...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 November 1900

1 SAT- RDA NOV. 3. 1 0 MAN WHO CALLS YOU C OWN. Ha has a most annoylng- way; so q ao grlni ??* l!s' - ti to Ihe thlngs you're telling; hlm; He seems so li.t irnpreaaetl That btfore > ou k; you ara sweli And pllinK up mcre ncy than art. Because you think he'a easy and I you are r-mart And he bend* his head to hear | for He lets you t*-li :-.?and tbrn he calls you down. It mak?s hlm hnpr>\ : undertake ta flx a < He quotes the l>. bland ly sets you atraight. And when you sajr: ? r;i bat vou Hftv dol? lars." he will l. ? His eyelids droop a little und r'mnrk: "I take the bet." ?Vnd when you t-11 the story whioh ln In fancy you know. He smllea and srives Its ortRin and nut hor when you're thron, He politely brinp* cold water all your ar ro*rance to drown. He's a dlabolic terror. ls this man who calls you down. 8o, friends. lf you should meet hlm. have a ? I and pass h;m by. Nor suffer him to fool you with-til* soft and kin Nor heed the iv\c t a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 November 1900

I Publlsbed every Farnrday by JohnMlf-hel Jr? at3U North Fourth __re_t. JOHN _1IT0EELL,.TR., EDITOR. AU c-ommunications lutenoed for publieation shonldbe sent so aa to reach ns by Wednesdav. TERMS IM ADVANC* One Copy.one year....._ a, * 3n_ Copy.eight months. ,. f ea Ona _opy, six months._ 3ne Copy, four months...'.".? Jne Copy. three months. ._ ar i Jtng'.e Copy,-. . ADVERTISING RATES. Ior cne inch, one ______?.mm a & Jorone lnch each subsequen. InserUou" ___ ror two Inches, three months,. S (X For two Inches, six months. 100< For -woln.hes, nine months.."* 140. Fot two Inches. tw _ve montha. ' an or Marriage ar . funeral ii-.-. ea,. . 6, -Vandlng ? d translent i_o?;ces per Une. K _-OS1a?,E STAMPS OF A r .NOMINATI01> KR THAN TWO CENTS ,OT RECRlV K' Ul SCBSCRIPTIOSS. tK?F_. ?n__t ls lssaed weeaiy. The subecric ice tslLStf a year. ln advAnee 8UMcnF ___?a*_f 2_7ii'l>fa WAT_ by whlch n">"*y ?-? *? __*._*_?* _lUt?___ri?.k?|n - Pofl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 November 1900

SATURDAY. NOV. 3? 1900 LOSS 9f LIFE In Terrible Explosions Following a New York Fire. THE LOSS OF LIFE UNKNOWN. Catastrophe Occurred in the Crowd ed Business District. THIRTY-TWO PEOPLE MISSING. A Do?*n niR Oalldlna- Drmoltihrd ? ad a Srore of Othera Badljr Dniu mtX* d? Thf Dlanater Itiml. 11>_ Wlndcor Hotel lire aad Excecdi It ln 1'roprrly Loaa, Whlch Ia Esti? mated at a Mllllon and a Half?Ele Tated Station Wrecked and Traclc Torn Vp-Onr Body and Portlona ot AnotherRecovered From theRnlna. New York, Oot. 31.?As a result of a amall flre several successive explo sions of chemicals occurred ln the drug store of Tarrant & Co., at Warren and Greenwlch streets, Monday and blew -down a dozen bulldlngs and badly damaged a score of othera. The losa ot life is not known, but from all sources of information it ls gathered that there are perhaps the bodies of 32 persona ln the ruing, that being the number of persons offlclally reported missing. It is believed by many, ho...

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

I IV N< V 3, I9< - LIKE MCTHER USED TO MAKE. "VThi n T: ? ?tarv. An" tl i ni . ffur . ? i . il ol' I ? aAk' . r-raoktn' HTi* Bucku I ? ?ai moi tv r i Useo ruin' elua a**h- the bn Whui tli. full o" col HuMl tIii', workir.**; ui> a "Tliat'-l throw ?' )-'i>ry i; lu ' ? . iii(< : Take a wash in th it tin I :.c-h ard *TJnd< ! i:< ath Um ol' mulberry l?y tlie hand <>: ?']. 7'hcn sit down fornenat a tmr.k. t oat a' s-?-ht an JBuok-.*.!? vy?sort our motlur uaed to -aak Trsed to ofn atand an' watch h. r batter In <' ? .rock. ? ?"Comin'! I'omii; ' Comin'! Coflata*'." was the way Bbl '.I mak" it taik; . Be? hir tri.iM w . tnokln' -rrtddli ** |<i. I . o* bacoi ^kin. Then pour oa I I ish batt. r with a ' dipper in... o tin. I There "t'd lay with holra n-breakin' out Ilke moasbs from tlu- tOf**. ?Till ahed loosen lt an' turn lt wlth an ol" case knife, "kerflop!" O! there nint a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 November 1900

*H *-'?****fc*t*i*il *-\ U'KPAY NOV, 3 l^vH) ESCAPED FROM PRISON. a War Vrlrran'i Story- of Hard Tlnir* Urtttnsr Throvgh the Corn frdrrslr l.lnrs. "We all lad hoea telling storles," said the ninjor, relates thi* C'hioago Inter Ocean, "except Tul'ey McKin ney. of the Ninety-fourth Ohio. There were gathered about tbe breakfast table half a dozen men fron*. the old home neighborhood who had served in aa many different regiments. The ladies of the party had called out from each stories of army experience, all of whieh were interest ing and many very exeiting. but through all of the talk Tulley had said nothing. -unti*. one of the ladies asked him if he had come throuph tlie war un scnthed. 'Yes,' he said. and then ?dded in a hesitating way: 'I had my feet frozen, vou know.' 'You did?' put in a young girl. 'Why. how did that happen. Mr. McKinnoy? *\Vell,' he said, 'after iny escape from prison I was in the mountains about ?JO days, and?well. the Ion-,* and sl.ort of it is. I came out of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 3 November 1900

SATI KHA > NOV. 8 1 <><> THE GIIOST MASTElt. Queer Title Bestowed on a Popular Chicago Mariner. Bplrlla ot U.itNrtrd (nptnlnt Help Him M,rr Hls I un?Nnvl|[atri AltuKiiiuT i.> Ui.- Advlce uf l ii<-ni_ii> l'httntuui IMlutt. "Tba Ghoal Master" is what Louis Qroh's fellow tug eeptalna eoll him. He s>a\s beooaamoaea at all timea v\ith the apirita of ahipwrecked muriuers his eomradea <>t' b* gone \ eara. lie heUevea what tbey tell him?or what he thinks the] teU hiiu?aud taavigatea th? river and taka in a \i aion of aupernatural aighta wad sounds. yet as akillfullj aa the moat pcaetical and akeptioal akipper in theae waters. For aeaiiy JOy< ara ac aaa eommand ed tuj_rs> on tha Chicago river, and few of his eoaaradea caa show a aleaaer Bh?.'i i in iii. matter of aoeideate. Thej eome to him ir. tha pilot-house, thi v stalk tha deck. they pereh on tha ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 November 1900

VOaL xvn NO 47 HICHMOND, VI11G1XIA, 8ATUKDAY, NOVEMBEH 10,11.00 =? PBICE50H-JNT8 THE LATEST RETURNS. The latest returna from every see tion of the country show tha* the ele< ? tion laat Tueaday waa a veritable Re? publiean laodalide. MeKinley haa 264 eleetoral votes with Idaho and Nebraska [ Bryan'a own state) in doubt. They have 11 eleeto? ral votea and plaeed in the MeKin? ley oolumn as alaimed bj *He Repub liesns would give him 295 eleetoral votes. The House nf Repr?*?ntatives is Republiean, there being 802 Repub ltcana eleeted and 147 Demoerata with 8 distrieiB doubaful. The Senate will atand 49 Republi esBS, 27 Demoerata and 9 Independ ents. Wise in the Second Virginia Diatrict. WiUon in the Fourth Diatriet, Walker ln the ISinth Diatriet and Hubbard in the Tenth Diatriet will conteat the eleetirn of their Demoeratie oppo nents who were oounted in. The lat eat returna up to the hour of going to preas ahow aafollows: Kbxtuckt. Bryan earries the atate by about 6000. Bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 November 1900

SVTURD.W. NOV 10. 1900 THE BARGE OFFICE. Place Where Immigrants Must An swer Many Questions. aBot All Who Come to Onr Shore* Are JPermltted to L?d-Burk of ?l?e Cnmnilialoirr of 1m > mlRralloa. [Spcciul New York I,ettcr.] 'CJ\\ UKEAT crowd of people is ?^"A\ pushing against the rope that ** *^ has been stretched along the outer edge of the walk in froatof tht barga office on the Uattery. Men and WOBMBa are struggling with one an vther in their endeavor to get to the iront. Four polieemen parade up aiu! dcvm the line, awiagiag little caaca ia a vain attempt to keep order. Frorn the <Ioor of the bttildiag a siream of immigrants is pouring. There are men elad In elothhag mailc of queer cloth and rui in quaint shapes. There are WOBBCB?BBOatly without bead covering?dreased in the pietur ?csque costumes of the far-away eoun tries. Sotne are leedlag l.y the hands little children attired in miniatnrr imi tation of old won'pn and old uwn. aad oihers earry ia theirarma bi...

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