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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 February 1901

? S\TURD^Y. FBB. 2, 1901 CINCH WAS NO FOOL. His Imitation of a Crazy Man Was a Work of Art. Whea the Proper Time Caar He Told the ReR-tment All About llli Dcrp-Lald Srhrmr and Aa toalshed the Kmire Camp. Some young men who enlisted dur? ing the war with Spain but never sav> any active service weS-e talking ovet their days iu uniform one night laat week, says the New York Sun, aud told interesting storiea of camp life The young man who had been a ho? pital steward told this story: "A month in our camp in Georgia was enough to drive a man to despair for not only was it hot, but every dav increaseti our helief that the govern? ment had no intention of giving us a chance to get into action or to let us go back to our homes. It was a mighty tough predicament for a lot of young men who had left businesa and everything else in a burst of pa triotic enthusiasm, and expected tc get into a scrap in ahort order. Tha men worked every wire they could tc get their discharges, but it wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 February 1901

SATURDAY, FEB 2, lyoo. Ifc.iijl'EEN. Baval Procession the Feature of Fnneral Pageants. EIQHT MILES OF BATTLESHIPS. aTae CoflBa Will Be Borae Froaa Oa atorae Hoait bjr the Qaeea'a Hlarh *aBa?ra-.Pr?raatloai to Protect the Bloyal Vlaltora <o Loadaa. London, Jan. 30.?For the flrst time Btnee his accession the king'? train ffasterday waa preceded by a pilot en glne. Hia malesty was vociferously aaiaered on hiu way to Marlborough Mouse. Ths war ofP.ce haa invited colonial aaacers and aoldiers in England to take part in the fun?ral procession. Minute Bfana will be flred from ali ships in the ?olent and at Cowes. commcncing when the Alberta leaves Trinity pier. avfcvch ship will cease flre linmediately tke end of the procession passes here. After the procession has passed the kattleship Majestic the forts and ships la Portamouth harbor will coramence arlng minute guns and will continue ta do 8o until the Alberta is alongside. Ha atandarda will be displayed. En aiarns and Union J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1901

VOL XVIII NO 8 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 8ATURDAY,FEBRTJABY 9, 1901 PRICE 5 CKJST8 i SPLIT THREATENED IN ST. THOMAS P. E. CHURCH. Many Reasons Assigned for the Trouble. AMONG EXCUSES OF THE DIsSATIFlED ARE Color Prejudice, Social Standing And Devotion To Rector In Charge. I iPtiaVadelphia, Pa.,Tribune Feb. 2,'01 ] Thar? has been considerable talk ?eoeerwing th? call of a rector to St. Thomas' Protestant Episcopal Church Judging from th? many expressions there seems to be ? division of senti? rne at among the membership. It ar? pear? that a cartaio element of the ?ongregatioa objects to the change for ?o other reason than "because." There toe, seems to be "lilly white" contin? gent who fear to trust their spiritual welfare to another than a man whose complexion is fair, very fair. These conditions are actual facts which we m ? people should brand with disapproval. St. Thomas' is not only the oldest Espiseopel organiza? tion in the United States, but its mem? bership represents the best ele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1901

Copyrlaht. !v?. fcy A. N. K.ll.gr Newspaper Caapany. CHAPTER VI. All the remainder of the week Mrs. Goddard was occupied with hurried preparations. running into tha city on the morriing traina and returning in the afternoon. Aa her stay short eaed Goddard's depresslon became more and more obvious. He shunned the companionship of his ward and neg lected to give Talley any work to do. When he was not following his wife about like a doting slave he waa brood ing alone in hia room or walking nerv ausly in the wood behind the garden. The night before her departura Mrs. Goddard retired to her room imme diutely after dinner v?as over. The grat two hours were given to her hus? band, but at ten o'clock ahe dismisaed him with the request that he aend Bianehe to her. ! Our yonng lady found her aeated over, a littla fira in her luxurious boudoir. The gaallght in a yellow globe waa burning low and the red coala in tht grate gave a rieh tint to the furniture aad tapestries. She gTeeted Bianehe wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1901

flBaWr^ SATURDAY, FEB 9. 19O0. GO TO GOD. Were you ever dlsappolnted ln your life? Did a g-reat weight ever Crop upon your breast? Were you ever caught In bttnds of thorny strlfe? Would you know a proven remedy for reat? Go to God. Do the ashos of a dead hope blind your ?yes ? Hava your dearest drearas Uke phantoma paled and fled? Does a shadow hover where you seek a prtse? Do you wlsh to flnd your Father and be led? Go to God. Has llfe's muslc died Into a sad refraln? Ia life' dally round a burden to endure? Do you flnd endeavor futlle?ettort vsin* Ara you soul slck? Do you seek a potent cure? Oo to Ood. ?BernU Babcock. ln Ram's Horn. GOD'S MYSTERIES. Are Really aa Aid, Hat a Hlaaraace. BB Haaaaa Moral rrosrreaa The DlTlae Klrnrnt. When we are oppressed by the ira posfcibility of fathoming God's deal ings with us and are face to face with mystery, as we sometimes stand face to face with a fog. we should re mind ourselves that. if there were no mystery in God's dealings with us. we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1901

-'?" 'WSBaBBBBaMTBBBBBBBBBVV" M I 1 aBBBBBBBBBBBJI I BJBBJ ?ablishcd ererw Satnnlay by John Miteh? ell, Jr., at 311 North 4th Street. JOHN aflTOBBIL JR. EDITOR AUoommanioanona lnsenooo for pablloatloD ahonld bo aent so as 80 raaota oa by WadBosdav. TKKMS IN ADVAWCK. Bae Oopy.one fear,. ... .81-88 8ae <-opy.elgh; mobthav_?.-.?.~*._^. ] M 8ae ?;?i.y, alx montha,_~..~~^.__.^.~Jb laeCopy.four montha,. " ja ?bb Copy, three montha...__ ""T~ ta aagle Copy_.l._.ZZaZZ ADVF.RTI8ING KATKS. Er one ?nek, one lnaartlnn.,..,.,........J fa r one inch ?ach subsequent lnaertion! K rtwo lnehes, three months,.. ? 00 ?r two lnehes, six montha.?... 10OP at two lnchea, nine montha.?. 14 OC vjrr two lnehes, tw??lTe montha... 90 00 tarrlage ar-i fnneral notioes._.*. ee .tanding t .d tranalent notloea per line...,. K f08TA?iK STAMP8 OF A r aNOMINATION 1JGKKR THAN TWO CKNT8 <OT RECKIVED ?aasUBSCKIPTiONS. a^"*Pl H5E 6*""i weekly. The aobacrip eyn price's 81.(0 a year, ln advanoe. There ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1901

SATURDVY, FEB. 9,1901 The Moaeat Beat. Lave of country is ao fine a virtue that lt aeema difficult to carry it ta exceaa. A resident from a small vil lafje 1? the north of Scotland paid a bualnea? visit to London the other day. He happened to call on a mer? chant who (unknown to him) had once made a srtay in his native place. I* the ccurse of convereation the via- | Itor made use of an expression that led the other to exclalm: "Surely, you came from Glen McLuskie?" The as eertion, however. waa denied. Pres eatly, to the merchant's surprise, an? other Glen Mcl.uskie expression waa beard. "My dear Mr. MacTavish, I feel convinced that you are a Glen McLuskie man after all," iusisted the merchant. "Weel." returned the other, "1*11 no* deny it any longer." ?*Th?a why didn't you say ao at firat?** dnmanded the Englishman. "Weel.** was the calm reeponse, MI didaa like to boaat o' it in London.** ?London Chronlcle. Geowlh of Oar Kalli. Finger nails and tc? naila, being merely flattened grow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1901

SAtTRDAY FEB 9 lv?01 THE POET'S WIFE. i brlng-a her pretty knitting- ibless her!) Or mystlo threada. for making; lacea. *That by and by will sarva todrtit her In new and charmln* araces. ?he alts and rocka. her rocker chlminr, tn meaaured cadenie, to my rhymlng-. aettmes with eye that proudly glistena I read a eonnet I have written; ?ha counta her atltchea while she llstena, Or pulls a throad. to make tt fit in? And. with her gaze lntent upon it. Aaka "what they pay me for a sonnetr" ?he little knowa of rhyme or metre. And carea still I***, but ask* me whethei Chiffon and ro*es would look sweeter To trlm her hat. than Jet and feather? And while I'm "framlna; odea to Cupid" ?he tella me "Poetry la atupid!" ?ut ah. her eyes! Her allken laehes? Her hair s aweet mutinies? the dtmples Ia cheek an<S chln? the out ward flushea Of lr.ward jrnlles?her tranquil. simple. atntranctng air! Did the but know lt? ?he la the reason I'm a poet!? ?Madellne 8. iirldgea. ln Ladies- Honi Jaurn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1901

SATURDVY, FEB. 9, 1901 ? ? ?= CAUGHT BY AN ICEBERG. r?r Three WeeUa a Bl* Meamer Waa ?. arrled Along SefTeljr lat ? Cradle of Ice. Wrecked by an iceberg ln one of the atrangest of manners is the story of the steamer Whiteraw, ten daya out ol Belfast for Xew Brunswick. The propeller shaft had broken aad the screw had dropped into a mile of "Brater. Eelpleaa, the veasel rolled and pltched on the long swells of the At? lantic. There was fog. Then cami wind and then drifting, day after daj. On the sixth day. there*, was fog again, avnd suddenly out of the white mist CARRIED BT AN ICEBKRQ. rose the whiter outlines of an immense ?cebcrg. There was no time to lower boats Tho huge mass was overshadowing the vessel, when all at once it grated and grounded hard and fast on an underly ing shelf of ice. Fast in this icecradle the veasel drifted south ward day aftei day, the crew expecting an overhang ing cliff of ice to fall and crush the ves? sel or to have the whole ice mass "turn turtle." Bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1901

t*n\ 11 /v iib 9,1900. Y M. O. A. NOTKS. about forty live persons were *o tne ezplsnationon tbe Sunday Sehool i.p ?on laat Saturday but we did not isbp yon. Oome out, Prof Hcvey wVi b Clad to make yon weleom*. The Committeea nondueted^mee laga m the eitj Jail and the alnvhr uae laat Sunday. Resulta were gocd The Bible S?udy for boys last nun day waa excellent and the b-v s took ?? aetive nart 8peeial papers were reao by Messrs. R. Mundin and M. Rsmsev Both were full of gocd tbooghta. The rain la-t Surday did not e?.na. the aien to loae interest in the tneer ang Dr W. F. Ureham had a la.K aamber to greet him. The D? cto ajsde apeeial study for the men. l'h?* waa proven by the moat help'u* thoaghta whieh were prtdueed. Evf ry bbsb aaid Buch praetieal eddreaaeB wii eauae men to think and do b?fte*. tpeeiai muaie was rtndertd by Pres - deet Clifton Csbell and fer. R Muu dir. Dr. Graham in hia eone'asion Bssde ? atronf ?ppe?l in beh?lf of 'h T. M. C. A. Tbatit ahould here h aupport of ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1901

I'll . VOL? X Vili NO 9 RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, FEBRU AU Y 16, 1901 PRICE 5 Ch-^TB PROF. WASHINGTON HERE. Be Speaks to a Large Gathering. THE RACE AND ITS DRAW? BACKS A Plea to the White Virginians.-Brought Here Against His Consent. A PROBLEM WHICH INDUSTRIAL^EDUCATION IS EXPECTED TO SOLVE.?PLEASED BOTHJRACES. Mozart Academy of Muele wii the scene of much nativity on last Monday night. The attraction wii Prof. Book? er ? Washington, principal of Tutke gae Institute, who through the instru? mentality and efforta of Giles B. Jack? son, Eeq., Vice-Pr?s, of the Natone) Negro Business League secured hia content to addresa the people of Rich? mond in general and the Legislature of Virginia in particular. Thia place of auu$ement is not ac cessible to colored people save in the highest place or what is known aa the peanut gallery. Upon this occaaion the balcony waa thrown open to them also, while the orchestra was reserved for white people. The two galleries were filled but the orches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1901

Copyright, t ?oc. by ?. ?. Kellagg Nrw?;-a;-er (?oipany. CBAP.'EK VIH. As the m j r and his wife wpre bn irg driven up t 'he fier wh?-re rh* Cleopatra l*y hi-agi atinn iTernes*^. "It will scon be n?t.r," he sighed 'Ynu will e?ble me as soon as vou lend, won't jou J?ann.T" Thr? was just a hint of hesitation in th*? lo? k ehe g*v-? h m then: 1 Y^s. deai Row'ai'd." she said "th mnnpii' I laid; but mv le tere, re ?inib'T. must go lo the b-x " "I shall ?-imply haunt the place." be declared. Th-y alighted frrm ? he c?b and walked al rg the pier through the hurrying throng of (??bni-n, drayman paetepgers and people wh ? had e m to see their friends off Reaching the gang plank, lowered for the ao cmrnrdation of the saloon paseen ger , they saw Mrs. Nolan on the up per deck Uanirg agair st the raili* g and trying to attract their attention Mrs. Goodard lau?hfd merrily and waved the bi'of cambric she held in her hand. * Let's go r'ght up." she said to bf>r husband. ' I want you t &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1901

MARIA?? Sketch from Life in HAWAII The Sad Y?t Romantic Story of a Beautiful Child of Nature in the Mid-Paci fie Isles WHAT does the name suggest? Something very different. I am sure, from the figure confront? ing you on this page. And yet that was. and is, her name. I remember well the first time I saw her. It was in Honolulu. I thongkd her the most perfect physical specimen I had ever beheld, this half-white girl, this Spanish-Hawaiian beauty. Her Spanish blood gave her the fire lack? ing in the Hawaiian and added.vivacity and charm, whi?-h really. y?u know, it is not necessary for the "half-white" to possess; they are dang?erous enough without. I asked her name and when told it Was "Maria" I laughed; it seemed so incongruous. That name belonged rather to a staid, dignified New Kng land woman and not to this wild, brown thing. The cognomen, one would think, might bave had? a steady? ing influence on the girl, given her an ideal to strive for, but quite the con? trary wxus true; in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1901

?abitaticd every Saturday by John Mitch? ell, Jr , at 311 North gth Street. JOHN MITOBEI L IS. EDITOR ?? coalman lea won? intended tor publication ahoaW* bo aent a? aa Bo reach as by Wedaeodev. TKRMS IJ? aOV AJiCR ae Copy one year,._^??._Si ae Copy.eight months...-._....__ ?.? Jae'..'opy, six months._. ?; .S3 . ? . O? Jae'-opy, six months. Ja? Cepy. four month?,._ Ine Copy, three month?..... Magie Copy._. ADVKRT1SIN? RATK8 for one roch, one Insertion. .a lor one inch oach subeequen 1 .uaertloa.. 'artwo Inches, three months... e ?* ir two lache?, six months. ioo> or two lnchee, nine months. 14 0" ?or two tncbee, twlve month?.?... *>o> ?arrlatre ar -. funeral u.< .v?. ?. landing a .d transient i.oUoee per line.... fWlA'JK STAMPS OF ? G .NOMINATI. ? ?leHKR THAN TWO CKNT8 ?OT RK^KIVK a* SIBSCRIPT-. NS. raePt 4KBT is issued weekly Tbe suuecnr ?too prloe '? 8l.JO a year. In advance?. There are ?oil ware by which money can ? net by mail.. t our r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1901

SATURDAY, FEB. 16, 1901 THE COWBOY'S RIVAL Be Leads a Free Life on the Pam? pas of South America. -Cattle Groweia la the Argreattae Ke pebile, Paragaay and tragn?; Threatea Oar Supremacy mm Beef ParTtTori. There are those who fear that South A no erica, is detained to supersede the United States as the great provider of beef for the worki. Each year South Araerica increase? in importance es rival to the United States as ?producer of b?sef. There are now in the Argen? tine, Paraguay and Uruguay fully 30, eeo.000 oatUe; in the United State? 44, 00?,000. While the cattle ranges of the Uaited State? are becoming more ?nd m?r? restricted each year, there are la the thxee South Americas countries nasaed vast regione guitable for cattle raising which have not a? yet been uUliaed. In Texas now the oattle no longer roam over vast rangea, but sie practically kept in pasturage, the graz? ing ground? bein? Inclosed in mile? opera mile? oil wire fence?. Theold-tim? ?owboy, too, has become largel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1901

SATURDAY FEB. 16. 1*01 GIVING. 9l? Hardenhart eat In hla pillowed' chair; A gleam from the grate gilt hla scanty gray hair. Am he gated at tbe flame, faint, flickering and low. ?Tand he fancied bis long, lonely Ufe was Just so. A burnt-out fire Soon co expire. ?and wondered If he waa as ready to go. Then spake a small voice in his dark, troubled breast: Tou have still work to do ere you go to your rest. "Though the light of your knowledge you freely have spent, Tou too rarely the warmth of your bounty have lent; "Tet all wealth?won with labor of muscle or brain? Should deecend on your fellows, like bless? ings of rain; SJse ennoblea man's being?that of all Ufa t? true: Know, that fagot has done its full d?uty; have you?" Then the dreamer awoke. In the dark and the cold. Half reaolved ta reverse selfish habita of old. "What 1 gathered with toll coat bo* worry to keip ?nd the hate of my fellows--who steal If I Sleep. ?tetter give while I live," taua the poor rich mea aaid. **?lae no o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1901

SAT?RDXY, FEB. 16, 1901 Ata Ansie?! Fo?. The nroprietor of a ?mall store 1? Now i^>rk owns a black kitten that cultivates a habit of squatting on it? haunclies. like a bear or a kan? garoo, and then sparring with ita forepaws as if it had taken lessons from a pugilist. A gentleman took into the store an enormous black dog, half Newfoundland, half collie, fat, good-natured and intelligent. The tiny kitten, instead of bolting at onco for ehelter, retreated a few paces, sat erect on its hind legs and put ita "fist?" in an attitude of defiance. The contrast in aire between the two waa intensely amusing. It resembled one of Jack the Giant-Killer preparing to demolish a giant. Slowly and with? out a sign of excitability the huge dog walked as far as his chain would allow him and gazed intentlv at the kitten ?nd ita odd posture. Then, aa the comicality of the situation struck him, he turned his head and shoulders around to the spectator?, and if ani? mal ever laughed in the worl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1901

SaA-HPI-AY. FEB IG, 19(0. FEMININE NOTES. The spring- collar will have an out Srard roiling piece that flares a little on ??he shoulder. Underneath the broad ??oiled overpiece ? narrow tie of siikoi ???tin will be worn knotted in front. More than one mother has indignant? ly remarked th?t the woman that says mil babies look alike should be throw? ?Into prison and made to drink bad tea ??at of a tin cup. Nurse Mai I>onald, whose courage un? ?er fire while performing her duty dre-w Lord Roberts' praise, is a Nove Beo tua u, aad went? to Africa with trae ?rst vessi?; of the second contingent ?Bhe gain??d experience in war nursing at Mon tank Point when the American troop? came buck from Cuba. The looped bota* at the base of a gown ?atollar ia out of date. The decorativi ??Brav?t now glorifies iteelf in a four-in -??and knot. The narrow cravat is ti??d tn a grip knot and seven end? finished ?with golden ornamenta Gilt tags are I? fashion anywhere and everywhere on ???rck dres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 February 1901

XVIIINO 10 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901 PRICE 5 CbWTS L?NCHED AT THE COURTHOUSE G?TE A Faris, ??., Mob Wreaks a Suent Vengeance.?The Victim Said Nothing. George Carter Strung Up to an Iron Arch as a Fearful Exam pi?. Paus. February 11th. eieorge Carter, the colored man who assaulted Mrt. Lake Board about three week? ago, wae taken from the county jail at 3 o'clock this morning by a mob of fltty men and hanged te the ?ron arch in front ef the court? house. The mob made its appearance at the Jail abowt 1:80 a. m., and demanded admittance. Jailer ? z?r refused, and the door was broken open. Tbe mob surged in. Kiser refused to give a? the keys and was overpowered. The keys secured, a rueh was made tor Carter's cell 1st his night clothes, tie trembling wretch was hustleo into the aight air. where he was speedily bound and tak? en to the court-house entrance. There a rope was put around his seek. When as?ed as to his inno eenee or guilt he maintained si Vsnee. The word ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 23 February 1901

Coryr.cht. ,,^?. b, ?. ?. Kalt?? N.w?lar*r Company. CU ?1 "G ? ? ?. The eighth d?y \f;is characterized t>\ ?vents which diteooraged the pas? sengers, who wire anxious to end their long confinement to the ship. A heavy fog had fallen during the night and the voteci, with deafening thrieks of the foghorn, was groping her way as tlowly as a great raft. ? delay of BOt let? than 12 hours might be counted on. declared export judges Of nautical matters. Mrs. Goddard and Mrs. Nolan were as usual on deck sitting side by aide when the second ofiicer ptavted He was hailed by an anxious voyager. "How long is this going to last, real ly?" asked the pa .-songer. "Oh, it's lifting rapidly,** was the answer. "You won't hear the fog? horn much loivger. In fact, we are running into quite a gale. It will ttrike us about dark." Mrs. God?iard nudged her compan? ion, and when the speakers had walked on, she said In a whisper: "Things are working beautifully." "Beautifully," echoed Mrs. Nolan, ...

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