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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 February 1901

Woe Is CHICAGO When the Days of WINTER Come Not Appreciated Chicago. Jack Frost is a foe to every munici? pality that be visit*, but to poor, suffer - i n g, financially embarrassed Chi? cago his coming is dreaded to an un? ti suai extent. Who ? the Irai frtxst and snow of winter come Chi? cago r? aliz?s the <n t rimant of be? ing big. It is a nice thing in sum? mer to beast Of hundreds of miles of s-t-reets, of a vast territory, of a fire system with 20, OOO'or more hydrants and of a water system that supplies a clear sparkling fluid from far out in the lake. But when, in the winter season, it comes to finding the dollars to care for all these itiaan entirely different proposition. It costs money to shovel snow from the street?, to prevent fire hydrants from freezing, to keep the great tunnels that supply water to ihe city free of ice. The public official of the city of Chi? cago find? hit pleasure in life in the summer time. If he did not find? it then he would be unable to fin...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 February 1901

Published every Saturila y by John Mitch? ell, Jr , ?t 311 North 4th Street. JOHNMITODEIL JR EDITOR All eocnm?nioatlone intended for publication ?hon id be sank te at to reach at by Wodaasaav. TERMS IN ADVANCE but Copy one year,....-..?......? Cne Copy, eight month?.......... One Copy.eix months. Jn>! Copy, four month?., ine Copy, thr? ?*ng!e Copy.-. three montha. ,... ? ?t .?~ii -M. ? ADVERTISING RATES. roi one inch, one Insertion.................? for one inch each subsequent, .iisertlou... ? or two Inches, three months,.? ? t >r two lachee, six months. 10?? yt two lncbee. nine months. 14 < . o.- two lachee, twelve months_. 30" :srrlagear-; funeral n;.i .,-.?. t tandlng t d transient noUoea per line. ?OSTA?}? STAMPS OF ? G ?NOMINATICI -ft.iiHKR THAN TWO CENTS .OTBJSCR1VF 3N SUBSCRIPTIONS. ?-"? ?G? 4.MBT is issued weekly The snbacrlt tor price "all.60 a year. In advance. There are wi wat? by which money oan r> ?ant by mall a tour risk?In ? Post Office Mone Order; by Ban...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 February 1901

S ATURD Y, FEB. 23, 1901 A ROYAL GUEST. H?w suddenly he was dethroned. Who hie entire klndgdom owned. They cried: "Long live tho king!?? Brat not to him they bow??d. oh not For la his place of honor, lo! A tiny, aquailing thing. Wit? wrinkled brow, and puckered face? Aad aot a single kingly grace, ?Usurps this brawling elf. Bat bow he loves that tyrant small. Aad flies whene'er he hears him call. And worships him with pelf. Aa4 sing???ye there's the rub?to sing A melody for the new king At midnight, standard time; A ?d ho who never aung ? note Mew warbles from his tuneful throat. A lullaby In rhyme: NOCTURNE. "Sleep, dear, and rest! Hush, hush, doa't cry. Birds In the nest Have gone by-by. "The baa-baa sheep. The moo-moo cow. Aro fast asleep? It's y?ur turn now. "Ah. little man. You"re the whole thins;! Deny it who can. Baby 1? king!" Lt> Rayne, In Chicago Times-Herald. *????????????????????????? $A DIFFERENCE By F. M. Embrea. tTWWWWTTTTTVTtTttTI. 4?Jepjrri?ht, U??, bjr Um Author...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 February 1901

rxr --/ 8ATURPAY, FIB. 23,191)0. A GAMBLERS TRICK. Played Poker with Cards That Were Invisibly Marked. ?Trie?! Ia. Invlalhlc to thr Other FelloTra Who Sat at Hi?? Twill?? with Him? How Our riH??-r lllaruvrrrd tbe Fraud. A prominent turfman, attending the "winter race intvt at Now Or;? ans. told ?n good titory the other ev tiling to ? Times^llctnoerat reporter of an adven? ture on a Cunarder. "Vou never heard ?f Invisible ink?" he ?aid. "W?;:. neither had I up to a datata ;.tars?go, nnd my introduction to it waa rather peculiar. At that time I was consider e?bly greener in the ways of the wicked world than I am at present, and com? ing across on the Etruria, ?after a sea won in London. I Wtss fool enough to ?sit in a four-handed pokeT game with three fellows 1 met in the smoking room of the ship. The* vulnerable point about any greenhorn who plays poker 1? his proud convietion that he can pro tect himself against any kind of 'work.' That waa my own opinion, a ? ?juently I didn't care...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 February 1901

? . em BBSBBBSBBn SATURDAY, FEB. 23, 1901 THE DESPOT. T*nejr knew not whence the tyrant cam?. They aid not even know his nami?. Yet he compelled thorn, one and all. To bow In bondage to his thrall; ?And from their lips allegiance wrung. Although a stranger to their tongue. JVhllst he was wrapt In royal state. Their hours of toil were long and late; ?No moment could they call theit own Within the p?tett>Sta o? his throne; And when they dreamed their work was o'er He only made them slave the more. Although the conquering king was ht Of people who had once been free. ?o word of praise or promise fell From him hla subjects served so well; Tet none o? those who crowned him lord. Received a shadow o? reward. Obedience to his behest Destroyed their p??ace, disturbed their rest; Tet when his drowsy eyes grew dim. Nor mortai dared to waken him. They stole about with stealthy tread? "The baby Is asleep," they said. ?John M. Stuart-\??iing. In Idler. 4 + M ???44+4-4 444???????44+4 | HAZING ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 February 1901

^s?\ w\\ S? . I ? ? SATURDAY FEB. 23. li 01 A Tragic Disappearance. ? ONTINUEr FKOM 2NB PAOK Ct be other fields for tb? exercise of ir fruitful braiu. The world had al? ways seemed ?to lsrg? to her?so full sjC resource?. At ten o'clock she heard- some one ttt-ming up the ?taire. Sbe weighed tb? ??read, wondering if it waa ? police ?Ban's. No, it wss too iight for that. It "?ras a woman?. Opening the door, ?he ?taw Mrs. Nolan atanding before her in *ike ill-lighted corridor. She drew her ?a, her fears completely dominating ?Ver speech. **I know you ?re ?ngry, but I could mot help it?" begsn Mra Nolsn in ? Barsh undertone. "What wss it?" demanded Mrs. God Bard; "don't keep me waiting." **It was s lot of things. I did my best. Bait the custom officer? would not let ?B? have your trunks." "at that all?" "No, they held m? there for several Bours ssking all manner of question? ?bout you snd making- me swear to ?tat?mente. I swore enough lies to straw * pension from the kingdom of ?ell for...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 March 1901

XVIII NO li RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901 PRICE 5 CHXTS TBE WORLDS INDIFFERENCE. A Bing may die or lote hl? crown, ? nation melt away, A ?hip. with crowd? of ?onla go dcwo. Wfcile enterlog the bey : Osti?? like fated Prmpeil Be Ttstried oeetn deep, Bat ?he world etept not to heave a ?Ifh Thatigh a thousand widow? weep. I? a taale child horn Irto the world, Doe? a girl draw her flrtt breath, A erowded train from the trestle hurl? ed, Ana hundreds dashed to death 1 An earth-quake lay aei?y waste, Aad wert destroy tnd maim 1 Btlll the world stop? not nor does it ha? te; It yatt goe? on the atme. ?o, da not think that the world will ?top If yo?u should chance to die. That the ?un at once would dim and drop Prom It? lofty sphere on high ; For the world heart not, nor feelt nor aee?, Nor doe? it taste or tmell. It will go right on aad take It? ?ase, In blank indifference dwell. ? O M SrawABB, Another Court Organised. ?Brand Worthy Cconeellor John Mitehell. Jr.. orgtoited Jul...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 March 1901

Copyright, ?f??. By A. N. Ksllsgt N*w?r?p?r Csiasaay. CHAPTER XII. It w*a about 12 o'clock on the tenth day after the Bailing of the Cleopatra. Maj. Goddard, Mr. Talley and Blanche were in the dining-room about to sit down to luncheon. Miss Desn having aeot down word that she would ba detained in her room. The door bell had rung, but none of the trio bad heard it. Just at this Juncture Jamea came ia bearing a telegram oa a trsy. He handed it to Ae major, who opeaed it slowly. "I wonder what this is?" he mur? mured. "Mr?. Goddard ha? arrived eafe.** suggested Talley; "thie ia the tenth day. yon know.** "No. it ia net a cablegram." an? swered Goddard. whose eye waa well eehoaled in auch matter?; "it is from ?kt city." The other? watched hit tsc? at h? enfolded the sheet ef paper. They saw him start, and hia eyes open wide. "6urely, she could not?" ke began, ?nd there paused. ?I "Mtj I see It?" asked Talley, hla thoughts ?? falling stooks, beak fall urea ?nd poaaible financial crashes....

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 March 1901

GOSSIP of the Winter Fashions in New TTork The Season of Tea and House Gowns Draws Near ?and Mauy Varieties Are Shown Beautiful Variety ?Thoojn in the Sea-ion j Tea Gotvnj THF tea gowns of this season are unusually beautiful. This ia true of both the matronly and youthful varieties, and, beeidet, they seem to be unusually popular. M<>?1 dlste? tell me that they have been ?called upon to make more of tm-ui than in any other season they have ever known. They show quite as great a variety aa the auppoaedly more elaborate evening gown?, recep? tion gown?, street gown* or calling gowue, ?nd it is a beautiful variety ea well. The materials used in tbem are of the richest in satin and silk, both plain and ?triped. One particularly ?beautiful piece of material is a lovely srtrrped silk with a ground of white, and then for suaother a t h r clinch stripe of moire satin running length? wise. Other material design? in ma? terials show several light and dark abades mingled together, and ot...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 March 1901

Pnblieh???*. every Sstunlsy bv John Mitch? ell, Jr , at ?II North ?th Street. ?JOHN ?GG???? L ?T.. EDITOrT" AB<?ocnmanKw.tions intended tor publication ?id t>e Beat bo as to reach at by ' TXBMS IN ADVANCB. ease Copy, one year,.. ?*e Copy,eight mot, the... erse '?opy, six ?on the,_ 3*e Copy, four month?..... a* Copy, three month?,.. taie Copy_. ...J1.M 1.0S . .se . M . .40 ADVERTISING BATES. ?Far otte Inch, one insertion...?.~.......S St Fer ose Inch each eubeequent insertion... M ?or two lnehee, three mon the?-..-?.. 800 er two Inch?*, six months.?... 1000 or two inches, nine mon the. 14 OC ?or two Inch??*, twelve months_-..._... 80 00 larriage ar i funeral not.;?*?*,. 80 ?tonding s d transient notice? per Une..... M FOOTAGE STA ? PS OF A r .NOMINATION BIGHE R THAN TWO CENTS ?.OT RECEIVED BN SUBSCRIPTIONS. -tKsPt.?ufBT is issued weekly. The ?ubaerlp ?toe price '? $i.to a year, in advance. There are voua vati by which mosey oan be ?tat by mail a tour riak?la.. Poet Office Money...

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

SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901 ??VjTH 80RROW SO FAR AWAY. ?tewd In the g-arde* where roses? that glorify ?Tu Wer* spreading- the beautiful p?tala Ps**t?stS*Bstd ta he shriveled so soon. Aad he looked at the tao* of the maiden. As she tore a red rosebud apart. ??tad san*;, with a saul fall of gladne**. Irais poor litu* ?ont te ala heart: "Why do the b*llB rlne eut bo clearT Because Qed **at yo* toara. My dear! Why la the aky se bine?so Ms?. Above ? ?fay la the world ae fair ta-day, Aad why le eerrow so tar awayt Because I may Untrer her* with yoa?? With you? My lev?!** flhe ?ere the Baft petal? to piece* ?Aad let them sift down at her fee?. ?ad ah* looked at th* tllnunerliur dis? tane?, "Where the ?sarth and the Armament meet; Tet she knew the twsst tale he vrrUten a? Jey on Love's mystic?! scroll. And ah* sans, with a heart full of aor ?row, fgfiSj sad little mong to her seul: ?~*Thy to the world eo dull and drearT Because he 1* not her*? My dearl Why Is the sky e? dim??? dia?? Abov*r Why ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 March 1901

-wawTtJRBAY, MARCH 2, 1900. PUBLIC MHOOLS. {Graduates and Promoted ' Pupils. Th? following asmes will explain tbeanselves, ?eonatitoting aa they do lists cf those who have won honor io publie aehoola: High and Norm?1 Ureduate? Feb. 1901, in order or atandiag. 1 KelslisM. Whittle. 2. Ardali? 0. Jesi eon, ft. Zipporah R. Jackson, 4. Willie E. NMaon, 5. looy A. JaektoD, ?.Lavinia Dock e 7. Willie- A. Wit. ?tor, ? Florence B. Tryior, 8. Mary L Qercctr. 10. Luey S. Hieholas, 11. sQlraseotire Davis. 13. Carrie B. Fi s bo?b 18. Isabel Sere? rids. Pupils regolari? promoted?Ser-or JB?Marico Jores, E'hel Ncrrell, Vtr atinia Davis Bary Booker, Josephioe ???>?. Rora Tinaie?, Leroy Frayser. Bsehel Thaxpa, ** il)i?ra Pitchford. Lsv?d?b Jobo?on, Mianie Nelson. In term id Sate A, lat Grsdt?Carrie Adsrr-s, David Oi pin. Lois Nelson, Jos eph Wne.Lillie Belltrd, Pearl Lewis. ?sate Boai'h, Esteren? Whit?, Bos? Bardolph. Reeeie Diggs. Lillie J?ek aoo. Allie White let ei mi diate A . 2ed grade?Fer nit...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 March 1901

i:^?u? : w? vl?^ . ?_ ..??_?-!? JLiiaSlJ-J-,? .??g.L'J SATURDAY MARCH 2. 1901 s - ? 11 ???" A MIRROR OF THE STATES. There are no statutory holidays 1b Mississippi, Kansas or Nevada. Delaware is now agitating the abo? lition of the whipping post and pil? lory. I? California the people want every ??entry road named and every farm house numbered. Thie will eil come with free rural mail delivery. New Hampshire has the largest leg* fatature numerically of any stete io the union, the Usveiabership being 421 or ?aave member ha each 1,140 of the population. Though the number of members in tht Missouri sonate is the same as in leal, the clerks and employee of that body hare been increased from 52 tc 138. There it to be no saloon open ir. Massachusetts between the hours oi 11 p. m. and 6 a, m. Such is the deci? sion of the full bench of the eupreme court of that artete. Confederate Veteran association? oi j AJabsjna are advocating tb? establish? ment of ? ?state department of history. to pres...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 March 1901

SATURDAY MARCH 2. 1901 PUBLIC JKHOOLS. Graduates and Promoted Pupils. (oowTisu?ri FMo* 6tw paob.) Oth Primsry- Misa Mary E. Allen, teacher ? Cornelias Osston, L->uie Four -?In, Per??y ?*? we, Leore Smith Matti?- Do sinn Wyndh? m Verter Le* lie Calloway. Reuben M ????is Mane Bteehoa, ?uane P- rree-ter, Lorena?? Johrson Mat tie Green Fenny Dor ?ioe Lenor? asion. Louie Rehardson, :thtl Jorra. Si'Bt Bnndy, Helena Preyrr. Frtnel? Gilea Emily Green, There?etts Chile? Streb Toomra, George Johpi-on. L-vinis Robin ?on. temaci Gat drier. Lillie nrioe, Carey at at tir, Robert Johnson. Flore Augur tne, Jo?*, ? Holme?, Ethel effereoi, Jevsie Shore?, Irta Brnwn, Serene Carter, Martha Miller, Morris Good wyn, Helen Ourgine, Eva Colvin, Jos? eph Ferrar, P?-rej Co?by, Maud Wells, John Davis, Blanche Sheppereon. 4th Pritrery?Miaa V ?rtha R. Crump, teseher?E'hel J?ckaon, Lit ti? Parker, Florence Storr?, Gertrude Goods, Louie C'Utnp, G telle Bank?, 1 uey Comb?, Laura Augueto?, Hearer Ul?*? Kw, Naomi...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 March 1901

??^ :??p? NO 12 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901 PRICE 5 O? \??8 a?wORE SCHOOL HONOR LIST, ?or Week Boding Mtreh let 8th Grammar?Peer I Bland, Oya thia avdmondton. 4th Qrammar?Nelaon Washington, All?e Lewie. Lillie Mice, Jolie Perry, Bather Willie. Samuel Certer, O??rood Wingfleld Lena Booker, Grecie Wray. trd Grammar? aary Brown. Bva Coa way, L"s'-iea Daweon, Gracie Bi? llet?, Williame Green. Allee Johnaon, Delay Wi ?lam?. In-1 Willi ama, Jam* e WilBaata. led Grammar-Ollie Frtyser. 8'h r.irasry?Olile Gaerrent. Leon Holmes Virginia ?lecht?n, Io?t J?ek ?ob. Celie Minor, Minnie Booker, Ar? seli Frsjser. Alberta Jonea Mery Mitehell, Boss Pet tenon. William B-ramskill, Cornelia Gray, Leonard Jehaton. 7th Primary A?Footer Gocde, Wii. lie Johnson, George Robinson, Corne? lia? Stewart, M try Chandler, Lucy Ctiriatien, Wiilistaa Goodman, Roes Howard, Marv Hogsn. M i ri an Jasper, Florence Lockley. Bradford Johnson, Brneet Johnaon, Alfred Wyatt, Mary Beak, Lai? Gray. 7th Primary B...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 March 1901

Coryrlght. ????. by A ?. Kellsgg Newsrarer Corasaay. CHAP I ate. XIII. During that night a light snow be? gan to fall, and as the bridal party left the next morning to be driven to the house of Rev. Mr. Strothers a thin white carpet lay ou the earth and fine feathery Hakes continued to fall. The servant? had been apprised of the astonishing event and they gath erd at the windows which look out upon the drive. "A very sensible thing for 'em to do," said James. "She is the sort of mistress I want to work for. I should have left the other if she hadn't gone to the bottom of the Atlantic. I haven't lived with the aristocracy for ten years without knowing a ?sample when I see it. The good Lord' haa been kind to the major." "I wish she had waited awhile, just for the looks o' the thing," said Katie, Blanche's favorite maid. "Then she eouhl have had a swell wedding, plen? ty of presents, and?" "And give you all her old clothea," emeered James, who was too fat to make use of the major's dis...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 March 1901

V*r ??*^????G*1? SATURDAY, MARCH ?), 190f HER DREAMS COME TRUE. Loi Anatetea Worn?? to?** In \ l.loe? the l>eath of All Henibrra of Her ? .-mi. The dreams of Mrs. Sarah Garrity, of Los Angeles?, come true. She has ?teen in dreams the death of several members of her family, some of whom died many thousands of miles away from her, and with whom she had ab? solutely no communication, and her dreams occurred at the same moment the death she saw in a vision was tak? ing place in reality. Her strange power was brought to public notice a weck ago in Los An? geles, when her dreams served to WILA.T MRS. GARRITY SAW. clear up the mystery surrounding the disappearance of her sister. Mrs. Kii waxd St. Claire. Mrs. St. Claire tttppta out of her home late one night to go to a neighbor's. She never leteuacd, ?and after somo days search ?as ?nsti tutod, but no trace of the v\email could be found. When Mrs. (?arrity wa6 notified she burst out crying. She said she had seen her sister's death in a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 March 1901

'?/ ?. . ,. laafaaBBBBnal every Satani*? by John Mitch *"? Jr ? at 311 North 4th Street JOHN MIT?BEI L /?~~?????tG aVM?3e*Ba?*nt*a?t?e?*B lateaaea tor paollcation essoaVd be a?n? eo *a ?o r**ob u? by w*aa?*dav. * TBBMS IM ?xJDV ANCM. ?*? Oeesy, oae yesr^? .L_ ?t?>*<lopy,eight montrai. ,,, . ., L?a ?a? Oopy, six montb*v_ ta* Copy, four mon the... tn? Copy, three month?.. Ungje ?Oopy_. ADVKRTTSINO RATR8, Por eoe Ine?, one in?mnn ?-.........J tor one Inch eeeh ?ubsequent insertion^. *ortw? lnehee, three month?...,...,?-? a 00 ?r two lnohea, aia months._?. 100? or twelnohee, niae months..._.... 14 6? -tn two lnehee, twelve ruonth? ._........?.? ?0 00 !*TTta?*e ari funeral nowoe*. 6? ? d transient notuoee per llae...? M raavTA-QB 8TAMP8 OF ? G .NOMINATION ?????? THAN TWO CKNTB ?OT RB^KIVgD xtr ecBecRiPTiv ms. taaPi ap?t ts leaned weekly. The aubecrtp ?Sa pri?e ?ell.60a year.In advance. There are ?orjs wa va by which money oan be am? by mall ?toar risk--ia ? Poet Office Money irreer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 March 1901

?SATURDAY MARCH 9. 1^01 O SOUL OF MINE. ?0 *r*ul ef mine, what doet thou here? In things of earth thdu hast no peer'; Whence cam'st thou to thia world a aeert Where 1* thine u?ateen natlv?? place. Where soul? commune In naked grace. Where soul alt? not behind masked facet Why didst thou leave the Spirit land To dwell In flesh with many * bend? Forged fetter*?hard to understand. Must souls dwell here in grief and pain And arrow atrong spite of all the ?train. TU? pure, refined?*o Heaven gain ? If *o. what course is doubtless beat? What toil pursued for spirit guest WIM mark it for eternal real? Should courts of earth so blind thin? e/e* That those rare be&otle* thou surmise Belittle thine eternal prise? SaeeJd wealih?that glittering baubl? hold Thy highest thoughts? what gain fo? gold. A sculptured tomb thy dust to fold? Should honor of the chattering throng Gala all thy heart, or shouldst thou long Te away mea by thy Jest and aong? Should learning turn thy maddene-d brain *TBB t...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 March 1901

batcbpav, MARCH '.'. 1900. LENA WAS GRATEFUL A True Story That Has Few Equals Even in Fiction. gt/hea She Waa a Child Boatoa f?pl?t> roo Saved Her Life: Mmij Veeir* Later She s.-rurfil Illa Ke leaae Iron a \ II?? l'rl.-u. From Texas eoatC? a story of a wom? an's gratrtutie and de.votloB toa man that lias fata et-uu!> even in fiction. The story ha? been n.a<i?? public by the granting of a pardon to aa Aineri tjan, Bcjatou Spidron. who was sen? tenced to a loug terna (or being in a bgbt between some cow l>?-\ s auiJ Mvxi ?ans. The pardon was granted through the ?eternilhation end unceasing devotion ?fa young woman. iIis*.LetiA Tient. efifU^n, ?eqrr, ago. Mij* Trent, a tour? jrear-old orphan, ".?as making a (trip ?across tne prairies of Texas with an old rancher, who was wiring for her. They were in the regulation prairie schooner and were mating the end of their ji-iiri:r\ when Bottton Spidron and a man of most evil appi mance met them and asked for a rit*e ?u the *ttom?*m...

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