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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 March 1901

Chatty Diplomatic Gossip at the Courts of the World "Hadjl Hassim Ohooly Khan. A ttne old fellow from Teheran." It was a number of yea rs ago. a dozer. or more. that these lines flrst appearec in a New York funny paper. an< from that were &eattered brosd cast by the press of the couutr\. They referred to the then Persian minister aecredit ed to this couutrx. and the flrst liue lsaac Khan gives the honora Mofakhamad Dovat b,e getltleman's name. Hadji Hassim Ghooly Khan came of fine old Persian stoek. He was gifted ln all the learning of the east, also was he the possessor of fabulous riches and many fine clothes, all of whieh heeame to Washington to display. But his name was too much for him. lle had not been in the country a week; even worse than that, he had not yet reached our shores before the name of Hadji Ha-ssim Ghooly Khan had been coupled with all sorts of things that would make a funny rhyme. These rhymes with carieatures of the owncr of such a name greeted him as he...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 March 1901

' f \ t 111 -?.^J-..? f -mi -z- _ ?abliahed every Saturday by John Mitch ell, Jr., at 311 North 4th Street. JOHN MITOBEI L JB. EDITOlT" aUeomrmnioanoM lnseaded t or pnblloatlon ahoald ba sent ao as So roaob as By Wedaeadav. TKRM8IN ADVANCK Tnt Copy. one year.-41 a "M Copy.eUcht niobths.? IM l>ae<;opy,slx montha,..^.______ .gt _*ns Copy. fonr mnnthw.._..8; f>ne Oopy, three montha.41 Kngle Copy,-._ Of ADVERTI8ING RATE8. Torone lnofc,one lnsertion_..........._8 > For one inoh each subeequen; .nsertlon... B Vortwo lneho?. three montlw,.m eo r>r twolnchee, slx nionths. WO or t-10 Inches, nlne montha. 14 1* ?OT two InchftJ, tw?lve montha...... aoo< larrlage ar-*. funeral u.r . *,. 6 taadlng 1 .d translent ootioesperllne. h ?O8TAGR STAMPS OF A F .NOMINATIO> aiGHKR THAN TWO CKMT8 .O* REnflVir aat 8UBSCRIPT1ON8. T?bPl 4sar ls lasued weekly The anbaoiii Bton prtoe <s8l.60 a ye*.r. ln advance. There are roii wats by whlch money can b> jant by mall htour rlsk? la ? Po...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 March 1901

S VTURDAY, MARCH 30, 1901 LiVely AdVentures ofthe WidoW's Cotos By M. QVAD. romtar Pblladolivhl ail liy Hpevl.l leru KvaalaaFaa). lt?i>rluw llKUl-; atrt piratc craft quarter ? i I - .in aea from the ls??aud of Triaidad to Hevaaa, and from Nasaatj to the Be* of Hoad thej eailru up and down the Oall of lorida, and the] hung about the Ba ania bank aad the Yueatan and YYind rard ohaiinets. IIBB J a traiier from he Aaaerieaa coaet feli lato tlieir lands, to be burned or sunk and the tcw aadly aalaaaed, aad the dread of he bktch rlag lay heavy on the sailor's ilad. Of all the mf-n who. trusting in Inek, rent from the put of SaleBB to the 'lorida cape. Xoah Hutchips area per iaps the most no.nble. In his old but er-box of a brig. the Lueky Sa'ly. he ailed out of BaletBB for the West Indies * clamly and aertaelj as he started ff for Sunday meeting when ashore. >n one oecaaion he would have been aptnred by a rover but for the advent l a sudden scpmll; on another the ,ucky Sally ov.ed h...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 March 1901

6ATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1900. LIF? AND DEATH. aty nelahbor'a wlndowa smlle acrosa the lot. Taad. though much dally lelsure we bave not fFor frlendly calls, yet oft. acrosa the way BBetwern our homes, we frlendly greetlngs aay, aVnd ask of mutual cares that flll each day. When by some kindly chance, Each tneets an an-*wering glance. aV eheerful life speaks through each wln dow pane lTVom morning light till slumber falls agalr fjpon her home. and, passlng ln and out, The children dance with merry bound and Ehout, aand slower feet. that ever go about Kach the appointed way Of duty day by aay. ?Jentlo of h<>art and full of kindly eheer la my good nelghbor; ble?t to know her ncur, JLnd feal aaeuM d h- r wolcome walts for me at. thnmgh the bua] day, a BBoaaent free BTrorn i :i r?- I Bnd I vo and be Clea* to h> r j nille And sweet low voire awhile. Its tonos of late h:<vo held B harmony, A dc< i" r mu^ie than the mehnly Of dally 111 one went t>ut from that home. one whom the ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 March 1901

Ipr *W* "**??! i ?*-^*--aaa-aaaaaiaaa-aaaa->---a-y--. ? ? i .. ? a-y SATURDXY, MARCH 32,1901 FIRST flOHOR PUPILS fclVY HILL^CHOOL. 0 h Grammar?A V X irrell, teach? er?Am^nda Nelson, Lntie Snith Mamie Tnomu t 5th Orammar?Mi-g Roaa R B ook?, teaohar?Clara \rcher. B ?bi? Burreli, E nma Bailey, Roaa Jamea, Florence Elmonaon. 4th Grammar?Miaa L">naV. I.ha*n. teaoher?Ettellf Baker, Fannie Cowan ' Bertha Ilirris, F orence Fenner. , 8rd grammar?Miaa B L. Whittle, teaeher- Stdi-Fox, Mary Johnaon ' Kate M jran, Coralease Norrell, Addia ' l'hillipa. < lat Gnmrnir?Misa M. E. Turner. t teaohe:?Alma Duke, Olivia Perkinn, 1 8 h Primary?Miss Mary L. Jaaper. teacher?Ed-ard Oolaman Pater lay ' lor, Susie Baker, C >ra I'heatam, Julia 1 Grey, Willie S.ovall, Annie Burrowa. t 7th Primary. Miaa E B. Luce*, teach? er?Jfaaie Bureows Joaeph Burruss, 1 Gracie ShortB, Arthur Broatdua. r 0 6ih Primary, Ni. 52?Miai E trlie A. i Lee, taasher?Wm. lsaac Juhuaon. Jr., c Louia Bo.iker, Alfred K-mp, Junim...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 March 1901

SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1901 ?ENEEAL SOUTHERN NEWS. TPeaaaeola. Fla., Mareh 27.?Mra. A. W. Mallcrv. i ne venerable widow of ?tephen R. Mallory. secretary of the ?eavy of the Confederate states. and TBiothar of I'nited States Senator Ste Tphen R. Mallory. died here yesterday. Suffolk. Va., Mareh 22.? Henry Cope land was today senteneed to be hanged Tueaday. May 7. Copeland was con ?Icted of killing J. D. 8tory last De eamber after calllng him out for a talk. Hls counsel will appeal to the circuit aotirt. Portsmouth. Va.. Mareh 22.?The home of Tobe White. a wel' known col? ored farmer ln Western Braneh dls trlct, Norfolk county, was destroyed mnd two of hls ehildren burned to death this afternoon. The flre was caused by the chidren. who lighted paper ln the tareplace and applied the blaze to the paper on the walls. Murfreeboro. Tenn.. Mareh 25.?Mls.s Bliza Burru8. a well known young woman of this eommunity. commltted Buleide Saturday She saturaled her clothlng with coal oil and set flre t...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 April 1901

XVIII NO 16 \ RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, APRIL, 6, IbO|. PRICE 5 CK^TS REV. JOHN JASPER PASSES AWAY. THE GREAT BAPT1ST PREACHER IS NO MORE. Ihe Funeral at the Sixth Mount Zion Chureh Rev. A. S. Thomas Delivered the Address. :eilogies over the remains.?funeral director hayes manages the affa1r?no hitch noticeable.?laid away forever Bev. Jobn JoOfOt died at hia reai-l denee, 1112 St. Jamea atreet, Saturday,! March 20th, 1C01, at 10:86 A. M. His funeral took plaee Thuraday, April 4th, at 11:30 A. M. It laid in atate from Monday morning laat and waa wiewed by thouaanda. THB rUBBBAL MCVBB. Frcncptly at 11:20 a. m. Ft vf ral Di rectcr, A. Haiea arrived at tbe kome, preeedcd by ahandacme funeral ear bearae drawn by four black horaeB The pall-bearer, bonorary and actrve alighted and awaited the pleasure of the family. They h ft Ihe house ladened witb flcral cffennga, the rtmcmbranee of many frienda. The casket waa a magcificent one, and had the deaignation of atate. The top waahicged ao ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 April 1901

CopyrHM. I900. B, A. N. Kaller, N,w.raeer GeaBaBBJ, 8YNOPSIS. Chapter I?Maj. Goddard makea unfor? tunate investmttita and losea almost en tlra fortune. His wlfe'a actiona at thia nme lead him to believe she narrled for *-*on*y- She had been a Poor rnllllner with Whom he had become lnfatuated. 8h* aever allowtd him to learn certaln thinga ?onnected with paat life. Chapter II?Arriving homa from buslneas BJoodard learns hia wife haa left for city. Jalsslng considerable aum of money from i S of. **blch she knew lead* htm to con ?luae she means desertlon. Telegram comea ?sking him to aa* her at i'alac* hotel ln B*w Tork. Chapter III?Mr*. Goddard formulate* Slan by which she and Goddard can como 1,t1? fortune of hia ward Blanehe. Sha will ao abroad, whila abroad report will eorne back ?( her death. be wlfi marry Jlianche who lovea him but wro haa fatal a*art troubla and will not llv* two yeara; ?n Bianehe'a death she will prove falae re? port of her own death. To thia plan the axajor 1* b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 April 1901

^4gricultural Development of Western CANslDsl The "Star of Empire" Is Following the Sun iu Our Northern Neighbor HOW short a time it has been since we ceased to look upon western Canada, and especially that great stretch of territory lying between Winnipeg and the Rocky mountains. as anything more than a great waste, valuahle only to tbe trapper and hunter. Why, it has been but a short IS yeara since traius began running froin the east to the Pacific coast at Vanoouver. and when those trains began running herds of buffalo, deer and other game native of the northwest were ccmraon sights to the traveler as he was wbirled westward from the little city of Win? nipeg. To-day western Canada is a coun? try of substantial homes, of profit able farins, of growing cities and vil lages. It is a transformation worked practically in ten years' time. During the procesa of transforma? tion the people of the United States heard but little of what was going on aeross our northern border. True, trave...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 April 1901

Pabllahed erery Satnrday by John Mitch? ell, Jr , at 311 North 4th Street. JOHHMITOBEIL JB. EDTTOR AlleommBnioaaons lnaetutao tor pnblloaUon shonld be sent aa as So reaefa oa by Wadaasdav. Ona Copy. one year, i>ne <|-opy,elght moi TERM8 IN ADVANCK. ?41 du ,-. montha.._._j m gae M>py. alx montha..-._a* 3ne Copy, fonr montha,. .L .m ^ PaeOopy, three montha"."?!!..^!!?" **n??e Copy_.",."****' ;JJ ADVKBTI8INU RATE8. ?oj one lnck, one lnaertlon....^._....._...4 at for one lnoh each aubeequent -ueertlon! K ?ortwo Inchea, three montha,...?.. 8 00 >r twolncbea, alx montha. ..7. 1000 ?r tw o Inchea, niae montha. 14 ot *ot two Inchea, twel-re montha.! 30 00 ianiage ari funeral nouoee.... so tanding a .d tranalent notleee per line..... M ?>6TA?iE STAMPS OF A F .NOMINATION *IOHER THAN TWO CKNT8 -OT RE^EIVBD M* 8UB8CRIPTION8. =_i?"Jj,L*-r*^ ?***"**<- *J-??*ft Tb* aBbscrlp aoa prtoe*a $1.60? year. ln adranoe. There are *x>ca wa va by whlch money can he jant by malUtour riak-i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1901 A STORM. ?thwart tha aky a prrueaorae fleet of murtty Clouda ls saiiing; Among the leafless boughs tha wlnd la omlnous'.y waillng. JLow-lylng ln tht- western skles. The moon, a allver shallop pllea. Beneatb. a crimson thread Is spun? Tbe partlng glory of the BUB. I?ark grows the aky and darker yet. whlla evening ahadea deacendlng, Obacure the landscape and I feel the chlll of atorms impendlng. Bonw on the ever-istrengthenlng breesa I hear the sougrhing of the treea; And aounding from the rocky roar. The angry oceaa'a aullen roar. With curtalns drawn and bolted door, I mock the tempeat'a ravlnjt; Tha' all without ia cold and dark. aweet peace my soul la laving. I bear the fuslll8.de of leavea, ?urlad upward to my cottage eavea; hen loud against tbe lattlce pane. The fury of the drlvlng rmln. Serece I lay me down to alecp? lulled by the ocean's surgea; Tha sounda that are my lullabya may be Bnother'a dtrgea. Tha' Death and Perll walk abroad. 1 faar them not, bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY, APRII^ 6,_19oj). WAS ALWAYS HUNGRY. y Mra. Keaaetl SoaBbt Refaae Ii tbe Paatry After .ler Qacata Had Said Uood M*ht. Mr. Kenaett is a genial and well Baeauing man, but he is uuobaerving. This failing of his on oecasion reduees hu* wife to the state of exasperation whieh moat women underst&nd unless they are married to trained detectives ?r the exceptional man who is too good to be true. It is a *tanding joke at the Kennett house to remark on Mrs. Ketiuett's avppetite. Her husband tre&sures the topic aa a subjeet to enldven any in ffOrmoJ dinners they give, and iureot* fresh stories on the spur of the a.* aaent if the conversation lags. "You wouldn't think now," he often says in anock wonder. "to look at such a fragile little person" (Mrs. Kenuett Oa rlve feet four and weighs about 1CC pounds) "that she eats twiee as much as I do. Yet I'm always through a atteul half again aa quiekly as she and ahe I* perfectly brazen about making ane arall till she has finisbed. I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 April 1901

?ATURDVY, APRIL 6, 1901 1 ? - .W4. >B_ FIRST flONOR POPILS MONROfc SCHOOL lat Grammar?Miaa Kate O. W*t kina, teaoher: Elvira Ford, Irene Wood aon. 8th Primary?thomaa 8mith, Rieh ard Aytea, Li lian Foster, Martha r.iJe, Ottavia Robinaon, Aliee 8. Mos by.Luey Munaon, Fannie White. 7 th Primary?Andrew Booker, Alex ander Jonathan, Arthur T.iompaon, Horaee Woodaon, Eddie Young, Otelia Brovn, Fannie Braxton, M?mie Bag ne/, dadia Olarke. WiiHana Farmer, Luey Johnaon, Virginia Robinaon, Ma rian Smith. laouiae Smith. Cth Primary?Miaa S isie B. Orump, teaeher: Marioo Par'ee, Rosa Brown, M vbel Diekeraon. 5th Primary?3eorge Hatoher. John MurriB, Robert Poinaezter, Oolnmbue fcramuei, Lillie Barrett, Irma r ielde. Aueline Frienda. Florvnoe Uampton, Oaaaia Jt hnaon, Julia Lewia. Mamie Martin, Sarah Taylor. Martna Wat? kina 4:h Primary-J?mes Clarke, James Harria, Willie Moaby. Ethel Urawley, 1/ora Djuglaa. Florenoe Douglas, Ada Ferris. barab Flojd. Mary Palmer, Lydia Rooeraon, Edna Stewart. 8rd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1900. i JklR. N1XON COFRECTS A STATEMENT. << A Party Tmo Himself." Xditor, Ths Plabbt: I bave a ecpy ot your paper of tbe ?Oth olt., aad I am glad to have done ao. In faet, I bave alwayt read vour ?paper witb a degtee of interest. I atould, how ever. eorieet cne miatake tbat jro have made with rr gard to my wote. For you wrote thua: "Be prptumea that all eolored men wote tbe Republiean tieket, although fce. aa one irdividual, rotts the I>< mt eretie tieket." Fow, the faets are these: T have Bever votad a Dtmceratie tieket; on th* ccnraiy, every vote tbat I aver ean aa? lol the Republican party. BAR *?OT VOTBB. But I haxe aat f*** a vote within 14 jeamHranv part). 1 ? m, thrrefor*, a ' pariy ot to D)r)l . 1' any ooe told ' Jt u c fft-r. nt fn w sial ' ?*ate bere, e <olo >ou e ht-; bot r } ? n wrote frtm tiiuUiption, )nr k?.? mption is wronr. Yea I do j reiume that 'all erV->re(| sren vcte ihe fcetubic i rket ** W hilt 1 brli* vi that one e> ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 April 1901

XVIII NO 17 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1901 PRIOE 5 Cfc-^TS ECHOES FROM REV. JASPE'R'5 FUNERAL. THE SCEM AT TBE SIXTH MOUNT ZION. The Widow Interviewed?-The Divine Waited For Orders?His Work Completed. j JLHE St'N SERMCN IN FULL?REV. LR.^GRAHAM'S TRIBUTE. HE TELLS WHAT HE KNEW OF TttE GREVT PREACHER. Tbe report ot nvev. John Jasper'a Son Bermoa waa written b>E)itor John Mitchell, Jr., and at the time aubmitted to tbat divine, who ap jroved tbe aame. It ia aa follows: Rev. Jaeper arose and proceeded to deliver the aermon. Text: Exodua 15:8, **The Lord ia a man of war: tbe Lord ia Hia name." Be aaid: **1 want tbia one tbing to be onderatood tbat Mareh 28. UQ8 aras the 20th year of this diaccurse. and I bave preaebed it not leta than : 50 odd Jimee. I TBB BEXTOB'B QUB8TION. Tbe texton of thia church knowa that' be aaked me to preaeh thiB text. I never thought of the philo*opher* one time. And if I thought of Rev. Wella, paator of the oolored Ebentaer Bap? tiat ChU'Cb on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 April 1901

SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1901 THE RIVER. Voftlv thr ln. ath of mornir.g steats faln' aeross. ihe sky. SUentiy back to tloudland the chllling VHjMirs hle. And aat ef ihe chaos of dtrkness anottiet ilay ls won. Wfclh careteaa <>f tho waader. the rlver flow? tii oa *Cbt day aaounts hlsh and hiKher. the heav ens melt lo brass; AlonK the gtartna Wahway the weary peo? ple pnaa. , "Fa'nt wltU - V_clrv < easeless tolllng and drooplnic 'neata the aun. aTnconsK-icu* thit the rlver s-tiil tlreleasl** isctcus Iowa an The sky fadeis back to tioldtn then blanche* Into,gray. With purple shadows creeplng aeross the west< rn way. The day leeps rnto darkness, its race la falrlj run, "But the ( xeat inslstent rlver atlll pause letel] flows on. Touth hai h Its dawn ot promiae: manhood Ita s rosa and straln Whan the sun beats hot from the zenlth and t Se goal ls hard to gain. But age a k) death and twillght come when the spy la done, And we He at rest pnmindful that the rlver flo-veth on. ?Miaa A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 April 1901

1, 1 Fasbion Show as It Is Reviewed in New ITork Something: About What ihe Women Will aViai. and What tbe Men Should Wear JSome Damcy Costumes ?of thie henten Scason Gu\\ N.>i _oi t.i? L ii.< i. uraaOB art aeea ever* a i.? i? it, i aow. ihough it i- ? ea hard ta diatiBgutah betaaeea ?? l ? ?.. aad ihe| aappoaedl* aaorc t the wiatcr t laac i ji??i la ? *o cial aenae. Tbe eJ ??'? - aaa. wl aaaallj on 1 he . ... ec. ai e fine exampu a af th toiiette- >( e.b at thi ? itatitj and ehuseh cuucet'lb are rtall\ quitv- as e.aboiaic aa it is pos&ible to make them snd still be in good taste. One of the tallor jnade chureh gowna that terves as a irood examp.e of the prevailing fashion 8 of soft gray cloth. The bodice has a tucked front, and is slightly bloused. The back fit6 perfectly, with clusters of three tucks in three clusters. The ekirt is tueked all the way around in clusters of three. and a small space be? tween. These tucks are left loose about eight inches from the bottom,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 April 1901

PobHahea* every Saturday by John Mitch ell, Jr., at 311 North 4th Street. JOHN MrrCBEIL JB EDITOR A.11 fommanwationi maesded for pnbllcatlon ahemldbe aent ao aa Boreaohnaby Wedaaadav. TKBMS IN ADVANCK S-^ne Copy one year,._ ,*t ^ ns Copy.eight mobtha..~~?__j_"t ne ?3opy, alx montha,_._,,,,, ~?t Ona Copy, four montha..~~...... BC tne Copy. three montha._ 40 ?aagleCopy_. . oc ADVIRT18INO RATK8. *f or oae Inch, one lnaertlon_?,,?.... ,.| at Jjrone Inch each aubsequeutInaertlon .. V irtwo tnehen. three montha...~?~.. a Ot <r two lnches, alx month*.?. 100i r Bwo lnchee, nine montha.?. 14 oi r two lnchee. tw?]ve montha. *)<x -rrtag* ar ?". funeral notv-uos.... a ndlag a .d transtentnotlcee per line..... B POBTAQB 8TAMP8 OF A F JJOMINATIO> VlttBKR THAN TWO CKNT8 .OTRK^KIVKr T>N 8CBSCRIPTiON&. .. *CBBPl abbt is laaned weekly. The aubeorlr *2? l"10** '" *l.SO a year ln advanoe. rhere are ?oca wats by which money oan b> j*nt by malUtour rl?k?in.. Post Office Mone* Qrd*r; by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 April 1901

?JATUKPAY, APRIL 13, lUul [NDIANA. MINE Men in the Block Coal FieldB Am Now Out. TEARS THAT IT WILL SPREAD. Ta* National Committee of tke Miaa W.rkera' Union Aavlaea tle* Men mt JB-rnall to Sllrk for Powder ( lauit, Wklvh Bt*r Kilen* th* Strllt*. Indianapolls. April 10.?The national *xecutive committee of the mine work? ers* aasociation continued its work yes? terday. According to a statement given out at headquarters the condi? tion of affairs in the block coal flelds of Indiana is extremely crltical and all tnlnes are closed. The powder question is still the eauae of all the troubie. and. it is aald, the minera are unanimous ln their attltude. The clause in the agreement made between the minera and the oper? ators recentiy concerning the price of powder has practically precipltated a ?tjjke at Linton. The national committee telegraphed tha committee of miners at Brazil laat Bjaht tbat It eould not advlse them to aifn eontraeta unlea the powder quea? tion should be elimlttated. Thi...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 13 April 1901

8ATURD\Y, APRIL 13, 1901 DREAM MEMORIES. I could not catch n>> dream. lt was so fleet: Only a fragment. yet enough to know Vtaat there are times when earth and heaven meet; lioments when all of heaven setrns be low. s*>. golden sunsets of the vanlshed yeara. O. radiant flashes of the coming dawn. aTe show us oft. through mlets of bllndlng teara, The light that beams a little fartheron. f could not hold my dream; lt was so large It erowded all my preaent cares away. B*y heart was like a htavy-laden barge Freighted with bll*s, with Joys tha: might not stay; 1 tried ln valn to span. to catth. to clasp That overflowing rapture of delight. *Put. vlalonllke. lt floated from my grasp * And left me in the darknes<? of ihe night. I cannot palnt my dream: lt waa mo brlgh't Bo fraught with dazzllng radtaiace to me' It ihrew a glamour o'tr mv aildered alght And left me bllnded by my ecstasy. Boy longing i>oul es.-ay*d in valn to soar Beyond the shlning path of sun and rtars. But ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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