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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 November 1900

r wm SATURDW NOV, 24 1900 PELIGHTS IN CRIM K. Strange Case of a Little Girl Now in Jail at Pittsburgh. Startllna Conf ea?lona of tbe Orptian Child Who Trlrtl to I'olnon ind Then liurii I i> 11 Wholf lioaae 1- nll of r<-?|i!r. A fair littl?* girl o. 13, but n eriminal with more than one dark dead to her caarsje. The police of Pittsburgh have her ln charge. She is the child who sever? al weeks ago first tried to poison all the inmates of an orphan asylura, and, failing this, set fire to the building that she might cscape. Since the managers of the asylum have turned her over to the city authorities as an Ineorrigible she has also confessed to the killing of a boy. ln a murderous mood she struck the boy in the tem ple with a stone, and he died two daya later. A earioaa psychological study is pre aented by this child fiend. At present she is being carefully watched to de termine whether or not she is insane, though, as yet. there have been no signs of Bs?tal derangement, but to th...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 24 November 1900

SATURDAY. NOV 24, 1900 A u u. Enabled Assistant Cashier Brown i to Loot Newport Bank. 1H0RTAGE PLAOED AT $191,000. aTaae Kngllhf Bank Kmplore, Wbeif < aalary Waa Oi?ly Ktftrrn Hundrait Dollara a Year, Oft?*u Speat More /I Thaa That A mount ln a Day. - Newport. Ky., Nov. 20.?The experts Who have been working with reoeiver Tacker on the books of the German National bank plaee the shortage of Frank Brown, the missing assistant caahier and individual bookkeeper, at 8191,000. According to reports from those who were with Brown when he left last Tuesday night he had less than $500 with him. Brown'a salary waa aaly $1,500 per year. Casea are now ctted where he spent more than that amount ia one day. His bond was for 110.000, and it is good as far aa it goes. Brown'8 system requlred a wonder? ful memory. The experts say he car? ried In his head the figuree that en- . abled him to call off cerrectly a lot of j ftUse entries in a way to throw the j derks who wero doiug tho checking , with ...

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

VOL XVII tfO 50 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDA*. DECEMBER, 11900 PRICE SCiVLN 18 INSTALLED THEIR OFFICERS. The Grand Lodge of New Jersey in Session. A GRAND TIME. Fine Street Parade.-Grand Chan? eellor cf Virginia Present~ MAGNIFICENT RECEPTION. ? PEACE REIGNED. THE COMMITTEES AND THEIR WORK. Nbwapk, N. J., Not. 24, 1900. The Grand Lodge of New Jeraey, Koighta of Fythiaa N. A.. R A h , A.. A., aod A. has been in aeaaion here thia week and it haa b?~en pronoanetd to be the beat in the biatory of that body. The plans for a grad* d endow ment were perfeoted and tha aame will be putinto ganeral operation at onee, The aeaaiona have been hrld at tha Castle Hall of Olympia Lodge, No. 9, at the auditoriuan of the K. of L of tbe Golden Bter. vibqinia'b oband chavcillor ABBIVBS. Bir John Mitchell Jr , Grand Chan? eellor and Brigadier Qeneral of Virgin? ia who had been invited here arrived Thcraday 12:82. He waa met at tho depot by a drlegatloo of aniformed Bir Knighta, headed by Grard Chan? eell...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 December 1900

SA.1UKDAY. D>C 1, 11)00 ILLUMINATION. at Ma ?mall eell there aat a artonk. With book of holy name. , And lit Ita pag-e with sweet desltcna Of aaciiflclai flame? With crosses t-howintt here and there And crowna of MaaaflattaBj thorn; ?Vtth bloaaoma falr of Paleatine Aad glorles of the morn. * And as he tolled he chanted low \ A hymn of Calvary? Of Him who lived for fellow-men And died to aet them free; And as he aung he thanked himself That tn hts narrow cell. Afar from atrlfe. a s.tintly man. Twaa given him to dwell. ? He husrg*ed himself to think that he 80 near the Maater stood. The \. ord before him brtghtly stood, And that his life waa good. With naiiRht to do from year to year But pray away the hour*. Or to tllumlne holy wrtt With g-lowlnj scrolla and flowor*. But once. wh.-n h!.? coM cell waa dirk And sleep r-tusrd Ita balm. Re heard a volce uphrald'.nat him That shook his former oalm: "The v.orld la wtda, ihe pataa berct; My sh??p are roamlntc far. Why rest you here ln idl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 December 1900

SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1900 i THE LONE SENTRY. T>a on? occaslon aurlng the clvll war tha tedcrate troopa under Gen. Jackson forced to a long and very fstlgulrig ch. On going Into camp for the night were ao exhausted that tha entire aand fell upon the ground and were _ sound aaleep. Jackson wns ao moved Srtth plty by tha condition of his men th;it SBB Would not force anyone to stand guard a???1 took that duty upon hlmself. The fol aowing lines were wrlttaa la couunemora ttoa of the inctdent: Twaa In tho dylng of the day. The darkness grew ao still ? artae Arowsy plpe of evening blrda Wa* hushed upon the hill; aaVtawart the ahadows of the valo Slumbered the men of might. -aaa one lone aentry paced his rounda To guard the camp that night. ?*?. avave and solemn man waa he. With deep and aonbcr orow; Tke dreamful eyea seemed hoacdlng up Some unaccomplUhed vaw; Sa wtatful glauce peered o'er the plaln, Beneath the starry light. And with the murmurcd name of Ood Ha watcbed tha camp that night...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 December 1900

aftiblished every Saturdav by John Mitch? ell, Jr , at 311 North 4th Street aaanaa JOHN M1T0BKLL, JR., EDITOR. imunicetions lntenaed for publlcatlon *aboald *-># aent so as So reach os by Wadaaadav. TBBJfS IK ADVANCK kBB Copy. one year,.-.-.41. ha? Copy .elght moctha..._._. l.oc Nie OaBBy. aix months._...?...^?. M laeCapy-.foar montha._^.^..?._ M ?we Copy. three anontha,._.4C eagle Copy.-....mm .Of ADVERTI8IKG BATBS. JBwt one lach.one insertion...^^...^^.^.^ t Por one lnch eaeh subsequent laaertfon... Vtortwo inchea.thrae montha,.. .( *. V . JOf avaa twolnc .es, ala montha.?.... WO Wor two lnches,nlne montha. 14 0> ?or two lnchea, twalre montha...-,...... 90 0* Bfarriage ar i fanaral nouoes,. fr ??aading a d tranalen t noUoea per llne..... * r<J6TA<iK STAMP8 OF A T JIOMINATIOr BaIHER THAN TWO CENT8 *?OTBECRIVS: 9? 8CBSCE1PTION8. _*?BPi.4.KBTistaBaed weakly. The ambaorti BBjoa prioe '?|l.60 a year, ln advanoa. Taateare *ocm wati by which money ean b. fBwft by aaallatour r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 December 1900

A U r 1 SATURDAY, DEC. 1,1900 REV DR J B. HOLMES FDNERAL. CCONriNUBDFROM FIRST PAQE) They ei ressed anqaaliBed approval of his cou'se. Aia influenee had been eonservative. -generoua and indieative of true pro gresa. Bia name will be held in laat ing honor. At the service of Graue 8t. Chureh of which he ia paator. on last Sunday night reaolatiooa of aympathy were pessed and he waa requested to preaent tht m to the familj and the church. WaSHIMOTOB sbbo. wobd. Rev. J. Anderaon Taylor stated that on Monday mornlng in the Baptiat* Mimater's Union. Washington D. O. his death waa aaaoaneed and by uoan imoas vote reaolations of aympathy <m 're adoptad. He eame to brintt them. He read the resolntisns. Q. Wiliiam Moon of Ooed Bamari tan. and Daaghtera of 8amaria and the Grand Chiet J. W. Thompaon were preaent. Mt. Ol vet Baptiat Ohareh passed vee olutions and alao onea from Paat Wor. thy Chief'a Gouoell, I O. of St. Luke Madame Mildred Cruss sang " We axe waiting by the River." Never haa ...

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

8VTURDAY. DEC. 1, 190G THE CHORUS OF THE SEA. X bear tirmimbrred voleea tn the ehorus of the vavia, AmonK tbeao splrit echoes as from sallors' hldklen graves. A tnultitude of murmurs that ln dlfferlns Absbmb Comblne to saake tbe matchleas music chaiitrd By the sea; O'er beacfe and land ln measuree grand theae linipld songs are sung. Aa though eaeh nashlng Jeweled daop had found a jeweled tongue. Here unto Nature's devotecs with under standlng cht Eaeh murmur spcakn Its message sweet, harmonlouRly clear; Wise heads and hearts are tuned to catch the subtle sonl of sound When wavt-s reveal ln language large God's mysterles profound: They apeak the secrets of the aea. con cealed through ages past. And reach prophetic arme toward the fu? ture velled a;vd vast. What are tbe eaatorlo.? and symphontes of man Compared to those devlsed upon. Goda widest, wlse.pt plan. Interpreting the thought of God enshrlned in sweetet>t song". Which rangres from the light blrd-note to thunder deep and st...

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

SATURPAY DEC 1, 1900 Bteptllea la raptlvltr. The mo?t striktng single feature of the reptile house interior. in the Xew "Vork "Zrto," is the alligator pool, ?which is another new departure ln tht keeping of the BaariaBa. The pool is ?35 by 9 feet, and contains four leet of water, heated to yo dcgrees F. On the farthtr side of the pool mp spa fcious gravel banks, Iwvond which rises a dense maze of palaBa, Spanish bayonets nnd other tfopioal plants repreaenting a living jungle. Lenning ?veT the pool is a tree resembling a live-oak overgrown with tillnndsins, or chids and Spanish moss from Florida A flood of light streanis down upon the pool and ita banks. the water is warmed by coneealed pipes. and the six alligators are so eontented that thev have long since eeased to be vieious. Being properly warmed. they feed free ly. grow rapidly. and are always ready for a meal. The largest specinien called Jumho, now 12 feet 6 inehes in length. has added six inebvs to him aelf since he was plac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 1 December 1900

SATURD Y DFC 1,1900 ISBATORjre DEAD. Minnesota Statesman Snccnmbs After Two Montha' Illness. ?ELIBIOUS FOR MAFT DAYS. ?aa Btla Hellrlaina He Raved Aboat Hia Ca?aaaxreaal?.nal Wark-Wat I'nron ??'?*? For Srvrral Honri Urfurr B>eam?a, and Saffrred N? Pala. Bt. Paul. Nov. 28.?United States Sen? ator Cushman Kellogg Davls, chalrman a* the committee on foreign relations a* the senate. died at his home in this etty at 8:48 o'clock Last evening, after an llraess of two months. He had auf fered greatly during hls sickness and a*udually sank away, being uncon acious for scveral hours before death aad, so far as known, sufferlng no aain. On Monday, realizing the ap aWoach of the end. Mrs. Davia sent for the venerable T. H. M. VilliersAppleby, archdeacon of the Protestant Bpiscopal ?iocese of Minnesota. and Rev. Theo "" aa Sedgwick, rector of the Church St. John the Evangellst. An attempt been made to secure the attend ) of Blshop Whlpple, but that ven arable prelate was in Florida. Upon the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 December 1900

VOL XVH NO 61 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 8,1900 PRICE 5 CEIST8 FIGHT IN THE PHILIPPINES. Renewed Aotivity.?The Filipi nos Attack Boldly, COLORED TROOPS DO GOOD SER? VICE. Bravery and Endurance Noted. A GRAPHIC DISCRIPTION. Bak Maboblibo, P. L, Sept. 20,1900. The week aaa been quite eventful. The progranames of the Y. M O. A. have been hampered by the enemy, wbo hava naade tham.elvea manife.t by an attack on Olingapoo, the naval atation of Bnbig Bay, 9 txilea from Sj big. by haraaaing aeoutiog partiea from 8sn Antonio, by digging treaehea ln Ban Mareelioo, by tearing up bridg ee near Bubijc. by eotting the wirea on both aidea of San Antonio, wiaaa bcbt. On Saturday night the wirea were kept hot from Cabangaan, Bouth Masnordo. The ioaorgenta were re ported in tbe provinee and an attack on Bnbig. San Antonio or San Maroe lina threatemd. The neoeasary pre eautionswere taken. Word waa raoeived at Castilleji. that the enemy waa tearing np bridgea between thatplaoe and Subig L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 December 1900

SvTCTRnw. DEC S. 19<x> f Waa r.?rl> tdvautagai. "Things mig>ht have been dafferent evith n-f." fcjuii tha aoavlotad burgiar. ?*if I had a good aV.dicr.tion *n' good tSundny-scht o! tra:niujj." "Poor lran!" suid the \ iaiitor, aympa Bhetioally. "Yes; I rnijL'ht hnve been a Irusted asaahier an" skipped out with the funda, atr." i mi^ht be livin' Hke a flghtin' cock aome wr here out of the country."?Puck. I Lort. Ixrve la tru*tlna;. love la wnttlrr, Ix>vf la hop?, delSght. 4a?palr, Love ta madntss. love la haUnr. lx>va la carelessnes* and Ck-al Love ls wtne and lova la honey. hova ls paln and love la Joy, Love ls everythlns?but money? Juat kaep that ic mir.d, aay boy J ?-Chicago Times-H>ra!d. ?Tf I were you, Tomaton, I wouldn't aW an aaa!" That'a ao. Johnklna; if you wera me Jvju wouldn't!"?AUy Sloper. Thuat Lorlai Girla. Besa?So you and Fred are really en sjagrd? MAU?Yea; and yon onght to hav? area the look on the dear fellow a faoe avlaaat I accepted hiva. Bass?l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 December 1900

^v w SATURDAY. D**C 8, 1900 THAT MAN A DREAMERT That man a dreamer? Nay, hia aoul haa wtnga IvVhlch llft him from the realm of common Ihlnga, To where he cleave* the Umpld tipper alr? And pol8ed on atrong and tlrehsa plnlona there? Swecps time and apace with "pierclng. eagle glance. Cuttlng through clouds of earth-bound dr cumatance. What care* this man for eartbly gauds or gold? Before hia eyea eternal yeara unfold; H* aeea the motivea deeply maaked ln man, And that which llnka him unto aome great plan, Which he, short-alghted foal. with ban daged eyes, Heara of with dim lneredulous surpriae. He aeea ln lenaea made of human teara The clear reHectiona mt uncounted years, ghe raya of hopa which?htough auch prlama paaa Tor him make plcture* m a tnagie glass; Frophetlc picturea. besuUful. aubllme. Ctchcd thua on cryatal by tha touch af Ume. Be aeea the forraa of mlghty thlnga to be. The time when all naan shall be wlae and free; The day when little envlea. little bstes. Fall from them ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 December 1900

Tcbli.?red everv F. turilay by John Mitch? ell, Jr , at 3J1 > oilh 4th Street "771 r >lrT) >) 1 .iTT'i-rnoir All eomtnantratiooa ir taaaoad for pnbllea tion ahould be aent ao aa to reach ua by Wednesdav. TBBM8 IN .)V ABCB. * ?oe Copy. one year..-.BUO One Copy.elght mobths..?.,.,,., J_af On. Copy, alx montha._, ,,.i........ Jm% O09 Copy, four montha. ,,? , J. gneCopy, three montKa, .40 atagle Copy__.?_,.-,_, .oa ADVXBT181NQ BATK8. Boi one lnck, one i-?aa>-tt?w ,,,.,, ., , , a a. For one lnch each subsequent Ineertlon... BB For two Inehea, three months-.._ a BB For Iwolnchea, alx montha._-^.?. 100P For two inches, nlne months._ 14 0C For two lnchee. tw?>l?e montha............_... 90 00 Marriage ar-. fnneral no'toes._.._ BO Standing a .d translent notlceaperllne._ M FOSTAOE 8TAMP8 OF A r vNOMINATION BI6HER THAN TWO CKNT8 .*?OT RECEIVKD tBf 8UBSCBIPT?v"N8. liaPLtKat la lsaned weekly. The arabaerlp BVoc price "a|l.60a year. ln advanoe. There are **oca wa vs by which money ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 December 1900

LoATURDAY. DEC. 8, 190G <j?n. Mercier Says French Could Easily Inyade Engiand. :EB*GLA.ND 90 LON&EB THE SAME. 'Tme Traaaaovavaal War, Oeaaorsal BTarotav Dectar?i, Haa Showa That ta* Barrt lala Army, Tfctoojrta Brare, Ia Hot Kqaal ta tBe Tmelc laaposed rpo? It. PariB, Dec. 5.?Gen. Mercier caused ??a deep senaatlon ln tbe senate yester? day, during tae debate on the naval hill, by polnt ing out the aase by which Engiand could be invaded. He de manded that the government lntroduoe into the plana for tbe moblllxatloa of tha army and navy methoda for the rapld embarkation and debarkatlon of ?an expeditionary corpa. The president, M. Fallleres intervened, declaring that ?euch propoaala were out of order. ln the course of his extraordinary arpeech Oea. Mercier aaid: "In the vlew of the posalblllty of war with Oreat Brltaln the use of the -army is not sufficlently taken into ac eount. The tlmee are not the aame aaa they were a hundred yeara ago. -Steam. the navy, the telegraph and th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 December 1900

eATURDAY. DEC. 8 IttOG SBl ?- - m HISTORIC CORNER. ?ccupied Once by Washington'g Best Known Hotel. r Oa* af Its Hoomi Aadrerr Jnki fook the Oath of OBet ata rrraldfat of the tjatt ed Maln. [Speclal Washington Letter.] TllKKr. is a historic corner on - Pennsylvania avenue which ia now occupied by a hotel; and ^a*J few people now living know any SBkiiig about the history of the locul tty 3aVr many years the building on the r of Twelfth street and I'ennsyl avenue was occupied by the pen offlce, and then a dry goods and SBotions store built up h succssful busi faeaa there. Six years ago alterations ^a*aa**a made whieh transformed the ^Slk?*ns" into ? hotel and cafje uud now -Mitionshave been built along Twelfth set, completely obliterating all of landmarks whieh were so dear to -aaa old-tlmers. Slearly 20 years sgo "Boss" Shep B-erd, the man of energ-y and executive Bability who ehanged the uationnl cap SBsal from its condition of a shiggard aanaathern town |n a mudhnlo to n nn Baonavl ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 December 1900

? SATURDAY DEC 8. 1*00. 'Waatatentlaaal Caase***. fb??I supposc jou stetnded tha am ?Bteur theatrieala laat oig-ht? He?Yes; aod there wasn't adry aye ln the house. Sh.?You don't say! I never heard of "Juliua Caesar" affecting an audi ance ao deeplj before. He?No. It would hate surprlsed even Shakespeare. We just simply laujjhed till we cried.?Catholk Stand? ard and Timea. Baw Hadleal Term, "Let me aee your tongue," aaid tha doctor. "Certainry," aaid the patlent, suiting the action to the word. "You're all right," aaid the M. D. ?You've got what ia cailad the shirt wrsist tongue." ? "What s that?" aaid the young man, ?tn alarm. "Why, there's no eoat on it."?Yon ster'a Statesman. Tha Baeeaaafal Baaa>. J. Rime?The other day you aaid my versea would be sure to make a hit. Editor?Yee, J. Rime?And now you aay they'ra -avbeolutely rotten; nothing but dog Sjerel. Editor?Yaa; you aea, when yon athowed them to ma tha other day I thought you were going to have them *e?t to muaie.?Philadelph...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 8 December 1900

SATORDAY, DEC. 8, 1900 Y. M. C. A. A. N0TE8. Thanksgiving Day with the Y. M. 0 A. waa a day of Joy. At 0 a. m. tbe men held a apecial meeting, eondooted b< Bro. J J. Woodsoo. Every man took part. 11 a m. the oommiitee held a meeting at the ilmshouse aad visited BO ot the inmates who oould not come into the ohapel. 11:30 a. m. tha ladiea auxiliary eondooted aerviet s at ihe Xbeaeser Baptist Chureh, Rev. J. E Jonea, i). D. preaehed an able aermon. Speoial music was readered by the BBkolr. From 7 p. m. to 10 p. m. the mothers ?Ittb aerved a tea to the men ander the slireetions of a committ* e. 125 men were served. All were made happy over the oeeaaion snd the mothers felt that they were well paid for their ef ?ort. The Assoeiatioa ia gratefal and ataTites the mothers to eome again. 48 persons attend ed the explanation ! tne_oaDd?f Sehool lesson last 8atu ?lay. Thia is eneouraging, there is room ?or more. You are invited. The eommittee fo? the Jail. alms fcoose, aad street work did e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 December 1900

VOL xvn NO 5* RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 8ATU1U>AY D ECEMBEB, 101900 r PRICE 5CE1ST^ AUTTJMN. Tha leaves ara falliag one by one, And then again la ahowara, The fogs ard dewe aad haaj sun, AJ1 tell of fleattng hours; The beea ara gone, Aad lifa ia ahorn Of mueh of its fond glamor. The butterfly Boars not oa high, Promoticg thaa tha drama. Tha dried np atreama bagin to flow, While eolora rieb aod mallow Oo foliage all around na glow; And applea rad and y ellow, Lle oa the ground, And all around Wa hear the glsdsome voieea Of old and young ln joyoua aong, While all tha world rejoieet. Thaa Autumn bainga the harvest home Produeed by all aeaaona, Winter. Bpriag and Summev aome, i Autumn with them reason.: All mine ara thine, And thine are mina, Be let ns liva, And take and give. Aa brother ahould with brother, -O. M. 8TBWABD. ?100 PAID. Riohmobd, Va., Dee. 11 1900. This ia to eertify that I.haveCreeeived Trom Jobn Miiebell, Jr..Grand Worahy ? >unsellor of the Grand Oourt of Va , Ona Hundr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 15 December 1900

SATURDAY. TEC 15, 1900 ?^aaajBaaaaa_ . ,? TaUJB TO HIS TARTY One of the Greatest Inddeats in Joha Sh.rman's Career. BarrilliTil Anhlllon t <> ttubder Fac tlonal laaarr.ction .a Kruabllc . ain Ha ii V??a ? .>rl?-a of Sprak cr I'fanlaatoa. H ISpc^nal^Vashlngton letter.] ON. CHAMP CLARK. of Mls -M)Uri. one of the most gifted versatile statesmen ever aaaent "to the uatioual house of repre atentatives by any eonstituency, as well - aa one of the most houorable and af atcctionately companionable of men, ia -?aniting a series of storiea for promi aaient Sunday newspapers, under the "Caption: "Cloak Roora Tales." All -?a?f these stories are interesting. and jrour correspondent ia thereby inciiel to tell a few atoriea before the bril JLant and versatile Clark geta here, "and does the "scoop" aet, by printing v"theui ahead of the writer. The passing away of the great flnan * enal aVBboaity, the greatest of Ohio tstataaaaeav John Sherman; the man wao aBVad hia fellowmen, but whose aaB...

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