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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 April 1901

^vrURDAY, APfcTL 13, 19<U AN EASTER THOUGHT. Oh. tJay when Easter lllles MOW, Ancl Knstcr bells are ringlng; *?Vhile hearis look up and facis glow. And llps break Into slnging. Oh. in roy heart may bloesoms sweet. Spring up in fadelrcs glory. Ar.d all Ilfe's bails ln, Joy repeat Glad resurreetlon's ctory. 1-ord, let not one' sweet bud of love. That blooms. my soul adorning. Droop "neath the bltir.g froat of hate, Or feel the chUl of scornir.g; Strong Sun of righteousness. on me Pour forth thy beams of glory, Let all my heart a garden be Of resurrectlon story. Oh, priaon doors of doubt and sin, My soul's sad sJumbt r scornlng. Koll back and let the dayllght in Of resurrectlon morning. *ln,ce Chrlst has rlsen. we too may riae, To fadeJess light and glory. To prove on earth and ln tbe skles. Glad resurrection's story. *~Ann* **- Henderson, in Ladies' World lSew Tork. THE EASTER JOY. ?aaaaaaa of.tke Riaea chriat i>t?P?-i? the Shkdowi af Earlb'a Sorrowi. Einging wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 13 April 1901

A White Lady's I Ringing Appeal. Slavery in Soutb Oarolina. The Evils of the Convict Lease System. GRIEVOUS CONDITIONS?AN APPBAL TO THE NATION?THE PLEA FOR THE SUFFERERS. It ia a little anrprietog to the wrfter that ao mueh ia Bald in tha papera about "The Kew Slavery" whieh haa been reeently diseovered in S >uth Car olina. It but ahowa the ignorenoe of the publie in regard to whe* haa been going on in the Southern Statea for many jeara. When rr ferring to me* being kidnapp ed and taktn to eonviet |eampa?auch thirga are being d< tu-?one of the mnai icfluential ladiea io Waahington aaid to me: "Some one onght to go ap ard down the ipngth ard hreadth of the land and tell these thinrfp." Her worda atruck me with peeuliar force aa ccnvt yi ng-an id? a ihat n ui>t be earried oat sooner or later When it la ahown that white men are k> sapped, whieh ia reaiiy the oaae, rer* hapa tve ahrpy publie will be arouaed AN BBCAPBD BLAVg. Well do I remember...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 April 1901

XVIII NO 18 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1901 PRICE 5 Cfc^alTS^ ERST HONOR PUPILS MOORS SCHOOL. I 6th Grammar?Miae F. E. Ieham, teacher?Pearl Bland, Ophelia Wash? ington, Msria Bowman, Luey Daniel, Mattie Greene, Virginia Williams, Joseph Minor. 5th Grammar-Mis? F. E. Robinson, ?cachet?Alberta Smith. 4tb Grammar?Mia? M. B. Holme?, teacher?Samuel Cai ter. Sala Barcroft Oigood Wmgfleld, Willie Harria. Sid Grammat?Mr. A. L. Morton, st?chet?Samuel Carter. Walter John? son, William Green, Alice Johnson, Irene Williams, Jsnie William?. 2nd Grammar?Mis? A. G. Foster, teachei?liidie Braxton, Mary John eon, Robert Jones, George Tase" ell, Ge?rgie ?Browne, Elsie Carter, Ollie Frsyser, Pauline- Funr, Roberta John eon, Virginia Martin, Robert Cole, Walter Jones, Peter Hudson. 1st Grarxmax?Mise F. B. Dixon, teachei?Milton Samps, n, Emma Craig. Maud Bajea, Susie Jones, Mar tha Montague, Laura ?steward, Minnie Woody. 8ih Primary?Mies O. L. Patterson, ieeebei ? Ju?d W atee ?, Willie Robi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 April 1901

)?:.*.V?*&.*tl-^^ i AN HUMBLE P. MONTFORT ?:??% ... VS V. MONTKdKT r?*^*V_ai l?A'te.**S!W :"?:? I?.'/: :?*'.-:?>"?. ? S***K*.**S?.*-Vg: I?;. v.-V.::-.-:-.: SrlSV'g;*:.-.?.^* ?': :*{?&*? mmmmmmmmmmmsmmmm in ? biii _? a__ ? ? ^ Z_.,I_, ~_,"^~ BYTHOMAS P. MONTFORT gg COPYBIOHT, tata, B*I THOM \s P. MONTTOavT Cfl APTKB I. TTTE ArrKAIlAM I 0# A STttA*?OTffR. Tbe little rfflage of Beckett's Mill had aever been in such a state of ex cltenioit in nll its hiMory. Womea, bereneaded nnd wlth rolled up aJeevee, maked wildly to and fro ! across tke town'a alngle street or leau ed from their open windowa and ealled ? excitedly back nnd forth, asking a hun- I dred quostions that no MkB pretended to auswer. Tbe children huddlcd about their uiothers. dlBging to their Sklrts. tbeir fa.es wiiite and their eyes wlde with wonder and fear. The men. awestrlcken. colleeted on tbe street cor ner ln front of the postolhce aud talk- , ed togetlier iu low, hushed'tones. The c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 April 1901

8\TURDAV. APRIL 20, 1901 RESULT OF AN INVESTIGATIOH It Lradi a ChrUtlaa Pbjralctaa t? Taite a Poaltlve Staad AraJnit Alcokolto l.lqoori. Dr. Harold Remington was the son tof a man so rich that it aeemed whol ly unnece-ssary for him to do any? thing more laborious than to keey track of the inveetments whieh fell to his share. He was sdnguleu-ly un apoiled by the money whieh waa his inheritance, and the forceful activity of bealthful young life had created tn bim a desire to make a place foi himself in the world. Having been graduated from a co aduoatiorrol sehool he had quite nat ?arally selected one of his sehool xnatea for a wife, and for reasone ol their own thoy had chosen this town rather than a large city for theii Celd of labor. There was little in narold's edu eation, intellectual or religious, whict developed in him any sense of per^ aontal responxibility for the unfor tunate in life. He did his work care fully and conscieDt'^-isly, charging np his poor patients to the boncv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 April 1901

*" -*abltshe*I every Saturday by John Mitch ell, Jr., at 311 North 4th Street. -PHKMITOBEIL JE. EDITOR All rommantcanons WBendod forpablleatlon shonld bo aoat so as to raaoh aa by Wedaoadav. TKRM8 IN ADVANCK. >ae Oopy, one year,_ >ae Copy.eljrht moi.th-... "?ae Copy, slx mon ths,_. JB?Copy. fo-ir month*.IK) .>BeCoj>y. three month*.. 4C '*ng!e Copy.*,.'.....'.'.'.'.'.'. '.Ot A^VKRTISING JLATKS. - *or oae rnch. one lnaertlon...^.?^,..^^.....4 tr ''orone tuoli each suhsequentinserUon K ' T>r two lneha. three months,.. 8 OC >r twoluoNw, slx montha. joot it twolitcho*. nlnemonths. 14 ot two Itu-lieg, tw-lye month*...... 90 Ot arrlage ar . funeral aoUioea,. K F*s**andtn, s .d translent noUoea per line. K 'V38lA>iB 8TAMP8 OF A E J*OMINATIO> ^irTKR THAN TWO CKNT8 *OT BKr;-**VK* M SUTBBCRIPT10N8. r-#_,_ta?Pi A?rt la laaned weekly. The *nbscriT 25. *>rloe 8 **?" * F e*r?ln advanoe. There are ? o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 April 1901

SATURDAY, APRTL 20, 1901 GRANNY'S LITTLE SAM. (TWi scene. as told by Granny to h*r ? ttle grandson. ao maay timea. ot th* atampede of the people to get off the lsland Before being surrounded by our gunboata, wa* an actual occurrence at the captur* ?f Port Royal. 8. C. November 8. laBLJ Come to granny, blee* you. honey. Tou la granny's little Sara. Tou ls wruff a barrel o' money, If you is de blackeat lamb. Come, you little plcanruny. ******* you little woolly hald, Granny rock you in de arm-chair, Tia you' time to co to baid. Tea, tou' rranny*ll tell dat story. 'Bout ole masa?y, how he run, When do Yanke* gunboat* flrin'. In d* year of aixty-one, Maaaey'd tell mose ebery ebnln* He weren't 'fraid no Yankee gun? H* was born tn South Oarolina, Aa' tsa'd nabber, nebber run. Cloae -?n eyea, you ptcaalnny. Fo' you' granny's gwine to tell How 'twaa alrly in de mo'ain' WhtB de gunboata gin to *be!L Keep dem feet *tiU. O. dey'a ble?4 Run fo' granny all da day? Dey Jua' lub to txot fo* granny...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 April 1901

?SATURDaY, APRIL 20, 1901 THE LAST TIME. Tarae a peaceful hour at the close of day When wi took our atroll down the garden way. *Twa* for aweef communlon, enjoyed the aaaee When tbe toiLa and cares of the day were o'er. Wa talked of tbe future, the present, the paat, 1*111 Bhadowaof twlllght w*r*evar u* caat. Aa to future yeara- they had much ln Btore. And we planned to meet them a? off befcr*\ Tor our preaent bll*? we were glad at heart: ?*TOn> our paat regreta "twaa a Joy to part. Aa atara far above ua lllumlned the nlght. ?o Hope cast its rays and th* future waa brlght. ln that peaceful hour we had sweetest xest; Yeara of toil were crowned wlth a well earned re*t. Gould we hope t would laat? We eould hope and pray: But eould only see just a llttle way! ar*n while we rejolced. trustlng nothing would m.ir, ?The Gate of the City waa standlng ajar! Had we known. or Ort amed, that we never more *BVould go down that walk. aa ao oft before. What a cloud of gloom wouk! have wr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 April 1901

SATURDAY. APRIL 20. 1901 OF A SCIENTIFIC SORT. If the world be divided into land and water lu-mispheres, London la the center of the land, New Zealand ?of the water. The hill of the termites or white ants of Africa are very high. W the houses of men were proportionately lofty, the humtilest residcnce would be a mile high. Animals are aometimes turned green by copper. A sheep which had been exposed for years to copper fumes and dust had a flne green fleece. This animal'a drinking water ?was also contaminated by refuse from the copper works, which seemed to have no bad effect upon its gen? eral health. Unless strong measures are taken the sturgeon will soon be extinct in theLake Huron and Georgian hay dis? trict. The fish are being slaughtered at a fearful rate, one flrm alone hav? ing shipped 70.000 pounds of caviare in the season. The roe is the part of the fish that is most valuable, and as they are therefore taken just before spewning they have no chance to re produce themselvee. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 20 April 1901

___? SVTURDAY, APRIL 20, 1901 THE RING WAS GONE. Story of a Magic Lantern Seance and a Young Man in Love. Xla**? the Dlaaaoad He Had Gli-?>* Her froaa Jpaalr'a I lnK*r aad BTIaallr Foaad That He Waa C uurtioB Another <ilrl. Thomas Schureman, who lives on Holiy avenue, in West Iudianapolis a few weeks ago made a bad loan and, in lieu of the money, he was overwhelmed with the borrower'i *jratitude and a magic lantern. The ?rratitude, thought Schureman, wa? without practical value, but the magic lantern might be pressed intc aarvice. The macbine was set up and a number of private exhibitions were fbren, attended by Mr. Schureman, tha operator and Mr. Schureman'* dog, Bliz. A atate of peefection was reached la the course of time, and the othex aight, says the Indianapolia 1 ress a number of friends were invited tc the Schureman home to witness the arat public exhibition of the collec tion of slides. I'nfortunately for the host, he invited a man who was en gaged to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 April 1901

?V- XVIII NO 19 HICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, APRLL 27, 1901 PRICE 5 Ct!XTS THAT MOORE ST. _ CHORCH JCODNCIL, . ?? CLAIMS TO BE AN AF " PAIR OF ONE SIDE. MT. OLIVET SOT REPRESENTED. The Committeea' Failure?The Opin? ion of an Onlooker. Your re porter viaited, aa requeated. the couneil at the Moore St. Baptiat Chureh laat Tuesday. It waa a very bsdly arrauged affsir. 1. It waa the coming together of an adjoumea couneil wbich had been heid at the Fourth Baptist Chureh a month ago. 1 hat couneil had ap pointed a **ommittee to viait other ahurehea and invite them and Mt. Ol? ivet to be preaent laat Tuesday by del? egatea ; but the eammittee did not via? it Mt. Olivet until last Monday night aed thec at her revival meeting. It waa charged boldly there in the praa enee of all the eouneil that the eom? mittee kad been direliet in duty to ward Mt. Olivet ehuroh. Tbia waa plainly aeen by all. 2. Mt. Olivet chureh aent, however, a written eommunication by her paa? tor, Rev. J. Aadrew Bjwler, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 April 1901

Paeaa_?HNHw 1 AN HUMBLE ? ^ 11IL*/I%V/ BYTHOMAS S$.;:| J?V?-P- MONTFORT gg&f a .:? "?^v" COPYRIGHT, 1901. BY THOMAS V. MdXTKOltT ??vTv.:^ w&:JJy& ^ "l" *?? ?:: 5 ?5 *?$$$?? s ?: ?.?>.*-*:? ???..*?. ? * :*???; r-snsv s?:??**?????? ttrcu a : s_S: Vsi CHAPTER II. r BOME TKOPI.E AND EVENTH. ??You uns aaay aU aay jest what you ?ons pleascs. bat I've done said what I j think, an vrhal Pve snid 1 stiek to, an ! TU continer to stick to lt till I kuow I Tm wron- erea if it kilis ever* bug in I the boardin booae nn ever* calf iu the ' old man's barn. I have said. an I still aay, that ttaal feller is a preacher an that he*a oa hia aray np to Deatcon Bmy lar's to maJSe ai. app*intmeat to praacli at tbe Ooon Bon nawitln house." "Fap Bampson, you have said that. an you eaa Jeal keep on a-aajta it till the cows come home. but I tell you ! right now yoa aln't h-gwine to change j my mind raeaaa, Tba words I spoke nt j flrst I apeak ag'in. an them words ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 April 1901

r ?^ ? ?v,,? SATURDAY. APRIL 27, 1901 * WHEN MORNING CONIES. (William M. Kvarta" laat words were: ?"Mornlna; is coming. ? rW? call lt day. but if it rii.v? Thia little. wt.eiul ti...<??? Throuah which we * ii< ir.?- and toll away For power and for tlaei ? Ifayhap tha frettit.,; .1 d the paina. Th* envy and th* -|>itt>. And atrugglea afttr worldly aalna <*Vre only drejiru that haunt ua throuah A weary. dreary nlght. W* learn to love and Then. alaa! Grlat n?ir ua crer alta: at'en aa we raiaa the joyful alaa* Fate dashes lt to blti; Th* b**t rewarda ar* alwaya kapt Juat out of reach or aiaht, But haply. after we hav* ?leg?t A rloriou* dawn may break and end A weary, draary nlght Wa fondly hopa and darkly doubt, Wa atruaale Ir deapalr; We thruat our anxloua flngeri out And clutch but empty air!? wVnd yet. who kneaiT Ifayhap th* day Ia attll t* dawn?tha Ught ofay aweap our treuble* dreama away And bring- the Joy* dented ua throuah A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 April 1901

rablisbe*" every Saterrlay by John Mitch ell, Jr., at 311 North 4th Street. JCBNMITrFKIL JR. IDITOR All comrtianicarioaa inaended for pnbUcation ?honidrte sent so as to reach qi by w#da**v*av 3 TERM * IN ADVAKCX. ffne Copy.one year._*1 One t-opy eight mouths,._. CneCnpy.als months... 5a? Copy.four month*. I* ?ne Copy. three months._ ' 4* ??ngte c..py_..;....?.::.:.:::.i::;;; ;? ADVKRTIS1NO RATK8. ror oae ? n?h, one lnsertlon.| ?* |or one inch each aubsoquent insertlon.!. M crtwo inehe*. three months,. g *0 ?- two inchea, slx months. ieoo :>r t? o lnobea, nlne months. 14 OC fcOT two Inohcs. tw?lre months. BO 00 ^.arrlajfe ar-*. funeral m.tiuee,. ** lAandlng t .d translentnottces per line. ta a*V8TA?.B STAMP8 OF A F .NOMINATION B ?HKK THAN TWO CKNTS ?.OT RK^KIVBJP ">N SUBsCRIPTiVNB. tufu-ir la isaued weekiy. The sabacrlp ??& priee <s $1.60 a year. ln advance. There are tou* wa rtr-by whlch money can be jpnt by mall utoar rluk ?ln . I'oxt Of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 April 1901

saturday, ArsiL 27, 1901 FRUITS OF THE SALOON. Pollce Court Seenea That Are m Sad Conimentary on 20tta Centnry Kiiliiihlriiiurnt. A year a<ro we published in the Advocate the following atntemcnt of City Magistrate Clarence YY. Mead. ruade by him from the benoh, say^ the editor of the National Advoeate. "There are seven police court* in the borough of Manhattan. Take rum away and I am certain that two courts will be sutlicient to do all the work." A few days n^o the New York Tress printed a mo*t pitiful story. tbat of a nmn utterly given over to drink and who had drawn his 15 year-old son down with him, until the pair stole a horse to get the money to buy liquor. The father took the proceeds of the theft and went on a long debauch and the aon, arraigned in the police court, begged to be aent to the Elmtra or aome other reformatoey in order that he might be freed from the life to which his drunken father had brought him. A still more sickening slght ia re ported by the Phil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 April 1901

'-.ATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1901 EVERY DAY. Take s little holy-tlm* Every day, t-ft jrour heart Into th* light On your way. Tak* s little r.-stin< spell As you go, Watch the clouds against the sky Hanglng low. Ther* ls always peace sornewhere, L>eep and JIM. Tou will come to It and know ?Tls Hls will. ?nter at the shlnlng gate Open wlde, I>*?ply breathe an.! gently walt? There ablde. jLIsteo for the Ruirtine; volca, God's, t<> \ t'U, *Cv?ry little daily "tjiPk That you do. Tbia will take off all the Jar And tb.. fn-t. ?aslly you will forglv* And forget. What the Fnther tnkes from you Is r.o croas, Whol* your life ls Rlven to you **? >th no lo*s. That whlch drops from out the yoar* la not life. Only that whlch lasts ls saved; Ceaae from atrift. ?trange how emrerly we grasp, For p That whlch perishes and falla In decay. Only trust the Father's lov* And Hls care; *Uf* will be all Heaven to you Everywhere. tubllea.""' ,n Sprln*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 April 1901

.SATURDAY, APRIL 27. 1901 CARPET-BAG JUSTICE. Calor-d Bolonaa la Bfl*alaal?pt M?*1 ?> New I'ropoaltloa la SoBiBambB llaai *a4 llimhrd lt. "I was in Mississippi during- the car pet-bag daya," aaid the Pittsburgh atory teller to a Cincinnatl Commer cial man, "and one night at a hotel I waa robbed of watch and money. I found out next day that it was one of the colored ser-tants.jind I went to a justice of the peace and swore out a ^varrant. The justice was also a col? ored man, and he didn't seem anxioua to do the right thing. I think he waa ln with the thief, though willing ta jgive me a show. When the prisoner took tha stand, he declared that if he HIS HONOR STATKS THF. l.AW. had Btolen anything it waa while ha waa walking around in his aleep, The Btatement caught his hoaor, and he Baid: " 'How yo' all gwine to hold a pua Bon 'sponsible fur what hc does in hia aleep? Dar ain't no law 'bout dat. II Julius dun took dat watch an' money an* didn't know what he waa doin' den he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 27 April 1901

SATlKDAY. APKIL 27, 1901 8PRING On hia eold eoujb old Winter lira aaleep, *a i.ite froat and anow envelope hia huge forna, B i? -ietima, trozea faat, around him weep, Wt.ile blowa the wind in one eternal atorm. Be wakee I and vengeanee flaahaa from hia eyea. Hia preaenoe withera er> ry living thing; Toe tei der pUnt ia blaatrd, droops and diea, And atouteat bearta b >w| down and own him king. Hia eorqueat aenns indeed to be eotn plete, ?vrheaven and earth eeem p'eaaed to give bim away. Bia hareh btheatb they loyfully re peat, And dreadfu) alaughter followaday b> day. But, bark! a ruatlin^ 1 aa of ailky gavae Kair Paaira 1 'iia abt! bebi ld her form ditin ! With goiden ward, ahe doth earouee the oauae Of all oppreaaed and lo, the ? arm aun ahine. The froet ard snow and all that blight are atayed. Ai d in tht ir ?tt ad the *b?lmy breeze blow, And planta whlch drooper*, with joy ouaneaa are made To flll ihe earth with rerfume aa the) grow. Ajp, by her v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 May 1901

XVIII NO 10 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MAY 4, G90] PRICE 5 Cfc^TS REY- DR. STAMFORD'S" m EULOGY. GLOW INO TRIBUTE TO THE GREAT blVirsh. A TRUE MAN OF GOD He Tells of the Many Good Qualities of the Rev. John Jasper. The following is the eulogy deliver? ed by Bev. A*, ibomaa biau?oc?, 1>. D.. LL?. 1>., at boston, recently in honor oi the late Kev. John J saper of t?ir.u Mt. Zion baptist Church : Fellow Citisene of Bestoo and vicin? ity, Othotra auu Me muer s of too ?o*ru baptisa coniertn?e: it la witn e ?au heart hat I greet you on tbia coeaaion, fr e meet tu pay jur tribute 01 respect tu tb? honor?e mem? ory ot our muen lanitrutt-u and nevar? lo-be-Ioi gotten, fattier ?u tne gospel, the Kcv. ?loiiu Jasper, wuo feu asieep in Jeau? in KictimobO. Va., Maren 80, 1901. SB oar nisi OST or BSV ja aras, Bev. Jasper was toro in Fluvanna County. Va. on tne ?'ourth of July, 1812. ms lather waa uacsed Phil Jas? per and a great pteaoher in hi? time , ?ie mother'? name wa?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 May 1901

|.^.';\;.*::*'--v.vVv^ 1 AN HUMBLE |? c HERO BY THOMAS P. MONTFORT ?~" .-I.--1*1-?".t---1----y-???? -fi-, ?--??-,-.,?.?.?????.|y----pi:fa L CHAPTER IV. THE TEM'Ilt I'ASSIOX. There were three raty thoughtful aud aerious people at lsc_ott*a MJ11 that nlght. They were Mr. and Mrs. Banks and Mrs. Mann. The roet <>f the popn lation. both mea aad wouieu. colleeted ln little grovpa, oither at a nelghbor" s house or on the atreet, and discussed the war and tbe evonts of that day. But thoae three remadned aloof, their thought* centered oa things of far more mtereet to themaelvea. Mrs. Baaks had never felt at home among the people of Possum Kidge. at least never snw*- i-die bad apenl a year away at OoMege. Bhe knew that as a class they were good peopll and well nieanlng, btit for all that she did not Uke theta, and it was n:>t hficenetl she did not wleh te like them, bet heceuas she eould not. The waota troubie was that she nnd they wete not congcninl splrits ...

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