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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY. JAN 1$), lOuO. A DOCTOR'S STORY. PuIIb Uaek the Cortaln of Secrecy and Heveala .Vwful Work uf llum ln h Ui-a|.. ((nl.lr Home. "You know nothing about intem perance," aaid a noted physician. "I could write volumes that would ama/e you." "Write one." I said. "It would be a breach of honor. A physician, like a Romish priest, may not betray the confessional." After a moment he added: "Our profeasion takes us into homea. And lives and hearta that aeem all bright and happy are often dark and miserable from sickness of the soul." "There must be some ecenea that lt would be proper for you to tell me," I urged; "please think of some." "I waa called to the wife of a dis tinguiahed gentleman. Her husband aat by her bed fanning her, and a love ly bouquet of flowera waa on the atand by her aide. Two little girls were playing quietly in the room. It waa a charming picture of love and devotion. ? 'My wife fell downstairs,' said her husband, *and I fear bas hurt herself eeriously.' "I exa...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 January 1901

?nblished every Satnnlay by John Miteh? ell, Jr , at 311 Nortb Atb Street JDHNMirjHEIL JR BDITOK IU eommn moationa intendaC for pnbHca tion eheald be aent ao aa to reach tia by Wedneadav TKRM8 IN 4DV15CZ >na CJopy.one year. ---,.,,,?. . ti ga ns i opy.elghi mor.ths...,., -L__ * na Jne <>py, alx months,_____....~A0 in? Copy, four months.-~~-^...?.?.^ .SB >na Copy. three months,..........,?._?. *4C Mngle Copy,_._ |0B ? aDVKRTISIKQ RATK8. Toi one inca, onr Inaertton.......... -,,....,,S st for one inch each aubaequeni, -uaerUou... Bt *ortwo inches, three montha,..--?. 8 00 ??>r twolncl-.ef. six months. 100C N>r twolriches. nine months. 14 OC +ot two lDches, tw?I*e months. B0 00 larriag* ar-. funcral not.-wea,....? SC tandtug a .d translentuotlcesperllne. K rXMJlA'iR 8TAMP8 OF A r .NOMINATIO* i-OHER THAN TWO CKNTS .OTRK^KIVRI >*T SUBSCRIPTu NS. taaP^ANBT la lssued weekly Tbe sabacrlp 4cn prloe *s $1.60 a year, ln adrance. There are *ooi wavs by whlch money can br ja...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY JA^. 19 lv+Ol A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED Tunraday. Jav. IO. A movemsat is on faot to abolish the whlpping post ia Delaware. Thirty-one deaths have reeulted from the Rochester orphan asylum flre of last Tuesday aaomlag. Miss Elizaheth Shider, a 90-year-old hermit, waa burned to death in her hut near Keadysville, Md. Fred Putertoaugk, aged 12 years, while akating yesterday near Wilkes barre. Pa., broke thraugh the lee aad was drowned. Frank G. Clarke, representatlve ln congress from tke Secend New Hamp Bhire district, died ia Peterhoro, N. H., aged 5a years. Experiraents in Havaaa prove that mosqultoes saread yallow fever, and that there ls aa danger frera aa in fected persen ar lnfected clothlng. FrUay, Jaa. 11. Rear Admiral Tkoaaaa F. Pkelps, of Washlngtaa, died ia New York of pneunaeala. tor. Charles E. Barnes, UnUted States consul at Celegne. Geraaany, haa re? ceived hia exeeuatur. Commander Jeha W. Quackenbush, V. S. N., retlred. died yesterday at his residcace ln Washingto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 January 1901

FANCIES OF FASHION. Blouses and Shirt Waists More Popular Than Ever 'Before. rery Known Materlal Eatert lato Their Coailrarilon-tharmtng Alodela for Afternoon and Even Ing Wear. [Speclal New York Letter.] AS KACII bjbSb season advances there is always an abstird ru nior to the effeet that fashion ssmkers have doomed the blouse and its ttwin sister the shirt waist to utter ob atvion, but with exactly the aameregu larity these delightful garments come %? the front, sniiling and serene, and "beautiful as a morning in spring. This scason was no exception to pre SBadang ones, only in so far as the ru Bsaors wera more exaggerated than Baaual; but, as if to make the denial Snore vigorous and emphatic than ever laefore. both the blouse and shirt come Sjo us in a glorified form, more beautiful sand fascinating, being artistic and per sect down to the smallest detail. Every known material entera into their sjonstruction, from the cheapest cot Sx>n to the costliest silk, while in de adgn an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 January 1901

SATURD \Y, JAN. 19,1901 FIRST WHIRL WAS ENOUGH. Bia To?k a Ride la aa Automobile Bat Heraaftrr Will Sttclc to Horaee. **No more automobilee for me,** re naarked the visitor from New York, mopping his brow at the very re xnembrancc of a reeent experience, re lates the Detroit Free Prees; "heuce forth, or until those that deal in them -are willing to furnish an iron-clad Ijnarantee that the patron will re turn sound in n??rve and body, I pre fer to be loyal to the good, old re liable horse. If the latter does take aa notion to run away once in. awhile he haa a speed and time limit?the arunaway automobile doean't know -when to atop. "For some time my wife haa been trying to induce me to adopt the new ?est style of atreet transportation. In New York city, you know, we have aome very fashionable anto turnouts, atnd they aerve varioua purposes. The ?city authoritiea are even thinking* of ?using them as etreet-aweepers. My "better-half harped on the matter ao peralstently that I flnally co...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 19 January 1901

SA1URDAY, JAN. 19, 1*900. |WPaT IS A BOY T What is b boy T Come ! anawer nv I I say, ahat ia a bo> ? A littie oh ld, So me?k and mild . Ard aweet aa he ean bt? A little thirg To play with toys, Aud make the we kin rln*. ? To run and play Tho live-long day. L A little bagofnoise? Vay. bot be is tke foture man Wboahall erntrol affaira; Gortri**e, invttat, forsee and plan. CWhen threat* niag danger stares. Tbe future husband, father, fri^nd, Philoaopher ana bud, Buler warrior to defen J Our fortinee wKcn il) atarred ; The tfscbtr. preachrr. dip'nmat. To train. inatraet ard guid*-; TJntrward meaaurea tocombat t When evil doth betide. Tbe tkilled mreha?ie architeet, The 'uture merehsnt prir.ee, Tbe flnat chr who ean pr ot> et, And will not matter* minea. Tbe espi'alirt whn shall bi. 11 up Onr eonntry's wllda and waatea, Who will v ith kirg? and t mperora sop And cult'v*te flne taate; Tbe future srjrgeon, doctor, man Of aciet tiBe bmt, Whoae u ind ean aolve mora problema than Moat o...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 January 1901

V0LXVIIIN0 6 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2'5, 1901 PRICE 5 CfcJSTS INAUGURATION OF THE PRESIDENT. Many Brilliant Scenes at True Reformers' Hall. UNITED STATES SENATORS CABINET MEMBERS. The Ladies of the Land.?A Realistic Display. No event in the btstory of the eolor? ed people haa elicited ao much praise and oecasiored to much c mment aa haa tkeioauguration exereises of Prea ident William McKialey at tha True Reformera' Hall, Friday night, Jan. 18, 1901. The U. 8. Senate waa firat ealled to order and Viae-Pieaidei t Theodore Rooaevelt Bworn in. Mr. B. A. Wash iogton ciaeharged hia duty in a most dignifled mannar aad hls address waa well arorthy of the oeeaaion. Mr. Jaeub Wright aa Banator Quay was a ?uccess and his apeeeh eepecially timely. Mr. W. P. E; pa as Senator Tillman asaumad all of the iwaggerir.g braggadocia . f this leader of pitehfork repuUtion. Mr. W. P. Burrell aa Senator Mason wodpratood all of the obaraeteriBtios of the lllinoisan and eaaaed mueh amuae ment ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 January 1901

Coryrlthl. .?-?. BB A. N. aaSBa tiBa|BfBi < o^pany. CHAPTER III. It was nine o'clock when Goddard reaehed the city. Immediately on leavinp his train he engaged a hansorr. and was driven over to Fifth avenue and up that thoroughfare to the Pal ace hotel. liv temperament h? was given to in trospeetion and an almost morbid habit of analyzing his feelings. es pecially when his feelings were hurt. To-night hia emotionB had crowded him into ao atkitude of deep aelf-pity. He told himself that no man had ever suffered as keealy aa he was suffer ing. ? The cab took him past the bullding of whieh the second floor had been occupied by Jeanne's fashionable es tahlishment. when he had met her. fallen under her Inexplicable charm and married Her hurriedly. It was now with a feeling bordering on sua pioion that he saw the brown stone walls of the unlighted Etructure flit by. He remembered how she had made him faithfully promise that he was never to ask her about her paat connection*. She had we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 January 1901

SATURDAY, JAN. 19, 1900. -??' ? L a" .1 i i ? ii THE FIRST HONOR PDPILS. HIGH AND NORMAL 90H00L. Week Ending January 11, 1901. Senior A Qrsde? Clemertine Dsvla Ardalia Jaekaon, Willie Nslaon, Eula ii l Whittle. 8rnior B?Marion Jonea. Intermediate A I?Uarrie AdamB. Junior A I?L lie Broek. Senior B-Joaephine Davis. MOORE 80BOOL. Week Ending January 18,1901. 5th Grammar?Pearl Bland. 4th Grarxmar?JoBephine Cex, Frank Oarter, Rcbart Preiton, Olarine Poio deiter. Eatelle Wjoldridge. 8rd Grammar?Lila Minea. Netta Wooldndge, Ora Johnaon, Virannia Wilaon. * let Grammar? Beaaie Anlerson, Ju? lia Brown, Elaie (Jarter, Oliie Frss-r, Beaaie Robinaon. 8th Primary?Milton 8ampaoa. Pear' Jaek?on. Martha Montague. Oliie Riol - ardaon. Marv Basaette, Maude Hayea. Becjamcn Deane. 7th Primary?Tbomaa Braceb, Mm rie Booker, Lisaie t'rosa. Leon rJo)mp? Virginia Jaekson, Alberta Jones, O li?? Guerrsnt, Msgtne Mayo. Ro a Patter aon, Arthur Goode. L*-onard JoLnaor. Arnell Frasier. Barah Hilton, Celia Minor, G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 January 1901

hihVahed every Sarurday by John Miteh? ell, Jr , at 511 North 4th Street. JOHN MITOBEI L JR. EDITOR Allfommanieationi lnteoded for puhllca tion ehonld be sent so as to resoh na by Wadneadav. TERMS IN 4JDV ANCB ? Oaa Oopy. one year,.-?,-._Bl.se One t'opy.elght moi.ths..?-^-^^^. l.aa 3ne 'Jepy, six nonthip..?..~....~........._. .a? Dne Copy, four montha._.?._^ .ao ttaeCopy, three months,.....~....?...... 40 ttngle Copy_._.__ "oe ADVERTISING BATBS. /or one lnch, one lnaertlon...^^....^^^^^! gt for one lnch each subsequent insertlon... Bt **or two lnehaa, three montha,.._.?^. 8 0C (*or twolnchea, six montha. 1000 J|or twolnchea,nlnemonths. 14 Ot ror two lnches. twelve monaas. 90 OC larriajre ar-: funrral notyes,. Bt Undlng a .d translentnotloesperllne. H V06TAGK STAMPS OF A T .NOMINATIO BIGHKR THAN TWO CKNT8 *OT RB^KIVTjr ?N 8UB8CRIPT1ON8. ThsFi akbt ls issned weekly. The anbaortp aon price *s 81.60 a year.ln advance. There are *oua wats by whlch money ean b* Jant by mail a t onr risk?l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 January 1901

OHIO GHOST STORY. Farmer Solvee the Myster y of the Tell Gwynn Mansion. Caeaaay Bolaea Btade Hia Life Mlaer able fer a Ftw Mahu, Thea aa laepiralloa Broaght l.laht Oat of Darkaeaa. The Cincinnati Enquirer aaya that a few miles north of the village of Mont gomery, 0., there atanda at the foot of a hill a tumble-down atructure long aince uninhabited, whieh haa for yeara beea known aa the Tell Qwynn man aioa. The old place might have been made comfortable enough aad been in habited all these yeara but fer the fact that it bore a bad name. It was a vic tim of the ghost habit/and this was the cause of ita being shunned aa a place of residence. Not long ago a farmer named George Thomaa deaired to settle in the neigh borhood, but the only place vacant waa the Tell Qwynn mansion, aometlmea called the "White House." Knowing the reputatlon of the place he had aome ml.givings aa to the wisdom of trying to live in a "spook" hatchery, but hia thrift got the better of hia fears, and, being promis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 January 1901

SATl'RDAY JAN' 1^01 NORTHERNMOST BATTLES. laeldenta of I?.? Clvll Wnr ConOlcU 1 !??( Took Placc In Mli ?oorl. During the last term of the Schuy ler couuty (Mo.) court a discussion arose uii'ong- the attorneys one even fng as to the location of the most aorthern battle of the civil war, says "the 8t. Louis Globe-Democrat. Sev eral of the Unit-ed States histories re fer back to Lee's attack on Meade at Gettysburg as the scene of the most aorthern battle. There was a skir mLsli at Lancaster, Mo., in November, 18*1, and a regular pitched battle at Athens, In Clarke eounty, Mo., In whieh several were killed on both aides. The Iatter fight occurred the flrst Monday in August of that year. Both of these points are t>0 or 70 aoih-s north of Gettysburg, and very eloae to the lowa line. In all three ?f these northern bnttles of the war the fedfids were victorious. N. T. Roberts, of I/ancaster, was a private oiv the left wing of Col. Mnr tin Green's confederate army at Athens, and he tells ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 January 1901

SATDRD\Y,JAN. 26, 1901 CHRISTMASTIDE. All hall the Chrlstmaatlde, to us this day Tha Christ was born, who ln the mangtr lay; A babo was He, and yet the "new-born King.'' To whom all peopks joyoua trlbute brlng. Tha world abouBds ln gladnass and good cheer Slnca Christ of heaven now to earth drawa naar. While angel chotrs tbelr anthems chant afar, And glory light bcams brlght from Beth . lehem'a star. He comes a child, yet Master is of all. To xnanslons great, and to the cottaga amall. Where children gather for their aporta and play, And aalntly men flevoutly kneel to pray. Where aorrow sits and alngs Ita plalntiva ?ong. Where weakness strlvea against aggres slve vfrong, Where men are flRhting manfully for right, And braveat falttr ln tha thlck of flght. Where thosa barett in sadness nurae their grlef, And tlred and weary aoula flnd no rellef, Ha comea wltr* light and hopc. with joy and peace, N In tf ls good cheer affordlng sweet nelease. Rccelve Him than on this glad *ChrUtmas morn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 26 January 1901

SATURDAY, JAN. 26, 1900. CITIZEHS' PROTEbT. Richmoud, Vt., Jan. 22, 1901, Ta tfc? Kditor of the Timks, DearBir:? An entertainment waa given a* the Troe Rerormere' Hall lait Fri daj erenng by a large number of th?* aaoet retpretatlp colured people of our ?ity for the beneflt of the Firat Bap tatt Ohunsr,(Colore ) Thete wtre the very people of whom flafce Times edi'orially i< proud; the kicd they want to kelp; the kind that ?eeording to the i dvice of the T mes have formed a retpeeUble soeiety. anc andeavoied to exclude the unwortbj ; aeompary of our leading bunlneae. Kfevional and hort st laboring men, yers, doe'ore. teaohers. and even tainisters of the go pal. They thought tu ioatraot our people, and to help our ehuroh. ,1c the Hunday Timee, thf M people Tauadreds of whom eubeeribe and pay for your paper. flod a three oolumn ar laele, sneering at thens, and referting * > them aa "the elite of Afriea;" aon *f ellow Negroee" and "blaok ooone." We are haman. and, aa a raoe are ee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 February 1901

V0LXVIIIN0 7 KICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1901 PRICE 5 CEJsTS THE PATERSON MURDER Full Penalty Inflicted on the Slay ers of Jennie Bosschieter. THIBTY YEARS FOR THREE MEN, ?While Kerr, the Foarth Meaaher ef *->?> Gaaat. Gets Off With Flfteea Tfara-laa'i Dlasraee Ia Kllllng Kerr'a Father. Pateraon, N. J., Jan. 30.?Walter C. licAiiater, William A. Death and An? drew Campbell. who were found gullty of murder ln the second degree for tha killlng of Jennie Bosschieter on Oet. 18. 1900, by the administration of chloral and subaequeot rape, together with George J. Kerr, who pleaded non vnlt contendre to a charga of rape, were sentenced yesterday by Judge Dixon. McAlister, Campbell and Death were each sentenced to 30 yeara* im prlBonment at hard labor and Kerr to 15 yeara' lmprisonment at hard labor. The Bentencee of all the men are tha full terms of lmprisonment whlch the law provides. but ln the caae of Kerr a flne of $1,000 might have been added. The 30 year sentencaa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 February 1901

Copyright. i?oo. by A. N, Kallage N?wsrap?r r?aif>anjr. 8YNOP8IS. Chapter I-MaJ. Goddard makes unfor* aanale lnvestments and loses aimost en Ur* fortune. His wlfe's aotlons at this Wme lead him to believe ahe married for ?noney. She had been a poor mtlliner with wnom he had become Infatuatcd. She. ?ever allcwed him to learn certain thinjts eennected with past life. Chapter II?Arriving; home from business aoodard leartw hl> wife has left for clly. aaissina; conslderable sum of money from i S ?' wnkh "he knew leads him to con ?cJude she means desertlon. Telegram coraea asBina: him to see her at Palace hotel ln lSew lork. C Chapter III?Mrs. Goddard formulates an by which she and Goddard can come to fortune of his ward Bianehe. Sh? wui go abroad. whi!e abroad rtport will come baek ot her death. he will marry Bianehe who loves him but who has fatal aaart trouble and will not live two years: ?n Bianehe s death she will prove false re port of her own death To this plan tha Baajor la ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 February 1901

i I JU. _ -?.' ? ? vi.ay, FEB 2, 1900. GREEN TERROR OF FRANCE Ali'lnthe. the Drtnk That la Knslav Inar tho Natlon an.l Knlnlng It llml) and Soul. Whon the French house of deputiea pavBBed a bill recenth whieh forbids the manufacture or sale in France of ahainthe and other alcoholic liquors Whieh are pronounee<l "dai g<rous" b\ the Aeademy of Medkclne, it r4*eoej*aiaed the terrihle spread of tlie "glteu ter? ror," whieh is said to be responsible for the great (jBcreaae ln laBaaltj and other almllar afilctiona among the French people. Since 1 BM, af WBVB poiutcd out iu th< chainhcrofdeputles, ihe amount of absinthe eoatsumed ln France has doubled. it now reach ing tlie amount of 10,000.000 litres.orncar'.\ H>. 060.000 quarta annaally. Tbiaamonnta to one rjnarl of abainthe tneach three Inhahitaata. inclndiag men. womea and children. In I'aris ihe reporta <>f the ininistry of tinum-i- BhOW that"*tlnre tfl an abanatthe aeUer '?> every three build ings in bTbc BBeteop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 February 1901

Published every Saturday by John Miteh? ell, Jr., at 311 North 4th Street. JOHNMITOBEIL JR. EDITOR ADeomraanieaaionsinteaAOeO forpabllcatlon should be sent so aa to reach ns by Wedaeadav. TERMS IN ADV ANCK, 8JBB Oopy, one year,._.?,.,, Bi.tv Oa*<k>By,elght mor.ths.*?_,^?_ | ?e 9ae ?>py, Hlx montha,_._~|s? DasCopy, four inonths._m 'baj BaeCopy, three montha........ *c 9*agle Copy_....?. jj ADVERTISING &VATE8. /or one tnch, on* lnaertion...?.?.............$ ac for one lnch eaeh aubsequent .naertion~. V vrtwo lncheg, three montlm,.._ .01 ^ar twolnches, six montha. ioo? fbr twoinches, nine montha. 14 r> ?jw two lnchea. twlve months.aoot larrlage ar -. funeral uouoea. 6. tanding 1 .d translent noUcesperllne. 1< fO?7A?iE 8TAMP8 OF A t -NOMINATIOh ??HER THAN TWO CENTS -OTREOEIVgr JBf SCBSCRlPTirNS. ThbPi4Wet ia tasned weekly The aubsciir aaa prloe'all.so a year.ln adranoe. There are vovw. w*tb by whieh money oan b? JBJBU by maJUtourrlsk?lUw Poat Offlce Monev vva?r, by Ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 February 1901

I SATURDAY FEB 2. 1901 QUEER FIRE STORY. Flames ExtinguiBhed with Fine Oid California Claret. Wfccs. tha Water Gave Oat a Rr aanrrrfal Wlifrj Owaer AtlacbMl tha Haae to Great \ ala off Kara Zlaffaadel. A great flre was put out with wine ln aouthern California recently. It hap peBerd that the water had given out, but there waa /lenty of the fluid usually beld in higher esteem. Strange to say, tha wine proved a very efifective firaex tinguither. Thia incident is described in aa inter esting article in tha Scientific Ameri? can. The flre recently occurred near the town of Wrights, in the Santa Crux mountains, south of San Francisco. Here the flre was started, aa in many instancee, by an irresponslble rancher vvho waa burning brusb. Tha wind cprang up sudMenly and awept the flames into the forest, and ln a very ahort time a fierce wall of flame waa rushing up the west slopea of the coast rasge, carrylng destrucrlon before it. Tha mountains were covered with a fine* growth of old oeks, r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 February 1901

SATURDAY FEB 2 1^01 WINTER BELLS. "Jfaea Wtnter wrapa th? world ln white, And silent Ua the anovry aells, _ Tia aweet te hear amid tha night ~~~ Tha cadence ef the falry bells; They setm te s?t the vrlnda astir _ With eerle muale soft and low, _ _And grntly shake the mc aest flr Clnd ln Its aarb of spotless snow. They tlnkle neath the watchful stars. Whose brams upon the whlteness fall, Ari<l as they near the tneadow bars What reeoahaetien. they rec?.ll! The trrstlna tra. which Summer knowa, And c\o:) s in huts of llvlng *;r*"en. Stant's out asnlnst the *ky ?nd throwt Its Iordly >h?ciov o'er the Bcene. 0 Wlnter bells that tell of mlrthl Thy BBSBate BaBB tt heart with joy And m^kes a p.radla. of earth? A lovers' y.ar withaat al'oy; A<tp?<s the BeM. there. ?p'ms to cirne The muptc wi.irh of pleusure te'ls, And every htarth and every home R?*Jolccs at the Yvir.ter bells. 1 heap them n \.o where the mow Lies soit'y oa the frozen jtround. mber*. wtada are low I list to cati-h...

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