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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 January 1895

tDAY ,- JAN.12,1805 Editorial Opinion. [CONTINVED.] 0 the w. km MP ta th h^ ol i^> w 1) ri A GOVERNOR W RAT HY. >v. Brown ol Kentucky le not at with the action ol Ju^ge ralter of Cincinnati, C., io to tnrn over the colored Rev. A. H. Hampton toadep lerlfl to be lynched ae he would lt assuredly have been. Be In klgee In much "high strung" lan lage, and one not acquainted with ie history of the etate wonld believe pat lt was the abiding place of the [w-abldlng rather than the lawless (ut Judge Buchw alter stated the lole case when he arraigned the of ?r of the 'etate, alleging that only sixteen weeks before he had sent a irlsoner to his death rather than to trial, for he was lynched shortly liter he left the train. But lot us re iroduce the language of the Judge, lere lt le: "Four months ago, I sent on extradi? tion papers a fugitive from justice into "lentucky. He was lynched soon aftn ie left the train. The authorities brok* their word with this court. The slam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 January 1895

SATTRDAY JAN. 12, 1895 Correspondence. WASHINtiTOS LETTER. Those Po-?r _Posta>xe Stamps?Hoa J. C. Burrows fur the senate. (From Oar Regular Correspondent.) Washington, Jan. 7, '95.?Any tblng, so lt ls a currency bill, ls now the cry ol the administration to tbe House. Just why Mr. novels nd chould be eo anxious to have the Honse paee a currency bill of some ?ort, when he must know, aa every? body else does, that no currency bill tbat can be put through the House will stand even a ghost of a show to get through tbe S nate, is not ap? parent; hut the fact remains that he ls. It was thi* anxiety that caused him to make friends with Senator Hill, who ls now using his lifljence with democrats of che House to get a bill passed, going so far as to tell tbe silver membere thnt the Senate will pass the bill and return it to the House with an amendment provid? ing for the coinage of eetgnorage on the silver bullion now in the Treas? ury. The democratic House caucus this afternoon s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 January 1895

kW Advertisers Desiring Colored People's Trade. VOL XII NO 5 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY JANUARY 19. 1895. i SATURDAY ,- JAN.10.1895 Personals & Briefs. ? Mr. D. J. ('havers i8 (juite sick. -Dr. B. P. Jones ot Danville, Ky. ea I led on na. -Mr. A. 1> *>ire, who has been in? disposed is out egein. -Dr. W. M. Ma-shall was in the <-itj this week and called on us. -Mr. Albert Bowppr of New York York City was in the city this week and called on ns. -Mr. R. W. T\I'T who has been quite Bick at bis residency 38 W. Leigh St., is improving. -For clothing, notions, bootu, she ps Ac, cali upon the well-known, Mr. R. J. Hans. He will oblige you. -Miss Annie G. Brown has returned to Point Eastern where she is teaching school. Her sister, Miss Sallie, has also returned to her post of dutv near Guineas. Va. -The popular Miss Q Pattie A. Meredith has returned to the city after bavins: sp*nt her Christmas holidays at wewP2,rt NeW8< tne 8ue*t ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 January 1895

|it<-h?n Rich Kp<TO? Lltcatton Ul. Jr.. him on .$1.60 . 1.00 .. .SO ? XO .. .40 . .05 ? .60 ??0 ? 00 \C WO 14 00 UO wt 60 SB iDsiion Ired on ?ubacrlp ler can b? JtBc* Money fan Express ut be louey Ord??r Richmond jle t<?r lt* safe i be obttuuml Co.. the Well*. Farao [will De reep-ni compantos and conr? curtail aS M. murd*1 bothi ten tia mnrd< Rici Char: him jj 'y. ' Wiia man! penlt Bbo> Hed ey w en fi Tl God mar give $10 Rn H.] and Pee wat tiai T jar; Ea dei tw< 1 th? th plc hw fy Order Poet w tMn yoar the letter >t ten eenie ?n, lt can be lin manner at aney sent In ot the tonr id your mou? lt at your fant the Plas [mr your *ub \tttj us by a |le court* hare papers who do at the ex.pt paid. are lr subecriptlon i paper dlecon tte to m and address [your name on Ito chan** the i sent the lor ?ond. Va.. .0,1895 co tb ron. ^abomination k?m the face community favor of hon tuslnees and ret secure all of they are en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 January 1895

m ? Ja GOTTESVILLE LETTER. waa the coldest day known years, in consequence of attendance at the various was quite small. ly Young was found this frozen to death. buds in the neighborhood 'ed with ice from lour to fi ve ick and our young people fying the skating. ithonyj Holmes of your city st week in our city working Itereet of the "True Reforin ?e indications'are that a new Lin will be established here iortly aa the organization ia ipular h Mannie Cary who bas been lg several montha in Phila led home Sunday ev. n ich pleased with her trip. Oar friend and popular merchant, i P. Inge wears a broad smile, ire twins at hie house, both [Christian Endeavors of Mt. lunday School had a very ind enthusiastic meeting iSun ternoon. funeral of the late Mles E jama was held at the Ebentz^r Saturday morning, Rev. A. it officiating. "SCNNYtilDK." ile Billy" as he was called Sd dead last week on the cor. 1 Main and Ridge Sta., so we are churches were well attended funday. [Abram Scott died very su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 January 1895

SATURDAY ,- JAN. 10,1895 Judge Sicliiltif i Decisiin Kentucky Lynchers Fciloo. HE DISCHARGES THE AL? LEGED FUGITIVE. The Legal Aspect of tbe Case. HUMAN RIGHTS PARAMOUNT. Life Mest be Held Sacred and the Guarantees of the Constitution Respected. The following is the fall text of the remarkable decision ol Judge M L Buchwalter of Cincinnati in declining to surrender A. H. Hampton, color? ed to a Kentucky officer, when Infor? mation bad been furnished that the prieoner would be lynched: tate of Ohio, Hamilton County, Court of Common Pleas, lathe matter of A. H. Hampton, fugitive, in extradi? tion proceedings. Opinion. Buchwalter J. "Thia hearing ie in extradition pro? ceedings. Tbe Governor of Kentucky made requisition on the Governor of Ohio for the prisoner ae a fugitive from justice. The Governor of Ohio thereup? on issued his warrant to the Sheriff of this county. The prisoner was arrested and brought b* fore me, as one of the Judges of this Court, to be d*alt with according to la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 January 1895

ONLY MEDIUM for Advertisers Desiring Colored People's Trade. The Richmond Plane VOL XII NO 6. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, SATURDAY JANUARY 86. 1895. FRICK VT Dr. Sarah G. Jones Dr. Sarah (J. Junes, tbe pioneer ex? ponent of the principle of woman's rights, the first female representative of Virginia to enter the scientific arena, the first woman to pass the Medical Ex aming Board of Virginia, was bora in Albermarle Co., Va., in eight of Monti? cello the historic home of Thomas Jeffer? son. She is the daughter of George W. Boyd the leading colored contractor in the city of Richmond. At an early age the doctor entered the public schools of Richmond from which she graduated in 1883. She was elected the same Tear to teach in the Public Schools. In 1888 she was married to M. R. Jones then a Publ;c School teacher, now G. W. Ass't Secretary ot the G. F. TJ. O. T. R. In 1890 she matriculated at Howard Medi? cal College and graduated from this in? stitution with the degree of "M. D." in 1803. 8he pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 January 1895

Il*b?<3 ev*rv Saturday by John silten*!! -tor. at 814 Kan Broad Street. Rica -Phone 935 r.. MITCHELL. JR.. - Edito* .communications Intended tor publication lb* amt to tb* editor. John MltebaU, Jr.. ?t Broad Street and shouid reach aim on TERMS IM ADVANCE. >>py, on* y*ar..?... *JJ* "opy. sight month*,... - ***? . "ix months,. ."? loopy, tour mooth*.. ??? ?** " py, three month*.. ? ?*? v ADV?ranai?? a*vf?a.' Ine Inch. on*i?**rtaon. .? ?*? t-.ne Inch, each subsequent lnaertlon... .4j ?o Inch**, three month*.. ? ?? -wo Inches, sU month- ww Iwo Inche*. nine mon' ll 2 two (nene*, twelve month*.. ?? ?* tinge and funeral notloaa. I and transient notion* p*r Un*. *? ? Stamps of a denomination ter than two cents not received on crintions. _ks Vi, an kt ts issued weekly. The subecrlp Fuurlcels ?LW a year. In advance, rb*** ar* *oob w4Ts by which monev can be ?at by mall at our rl?k?in a l'o?? Offlw der; by Bank Check or Draft, or aa Exp res* ?n*y Order, and wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 January 1895

SAT I IU - J AN. 20,1895 AN AERO-AMERICAN ANNIVERSA? RY What the Negroes er the South Have Accomplished lu 30 Years of Free? dom. riugtMd, Mass., Republican.] To tbe Editor of the "Republican:"? The Rlchmoud Planet of tbe lob ult., the bright and newsy organ of tbe colored people of that city, printed a call for the celebration of the emauclpatlou anniversary at New Year's. The document, signed by William W. Browne, 'President Nattooal Emancipation Associa? tion," is Impressive reading. It re? minds the N gross of the present time that January 1 la the day made memorable by the emancipation proclamation, which went intotff ct January 1, 1803, at which time four million of men, women and children, .-descendants of African races, were made freemen and citizens and were enabled thereby to worship God ac? cording to the dictates of their con? sciences." The author goes on to enj )lu upon his people the duty of meeting tn their sanctuaries to re? turn thanks for the blessings of free? do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 January 1895

SATURDAY, JAN. 20,1895 Deaths* kRTIN"?Died at Ni- tr. Baker. Martin in the fortieth Hs died in the full age of faith. Ile leaves a wife, a son, a daughter and errand children to mourn their funeral took plaos Thursday morn? ing from the Sixth Mt. Zion Baptist rch. Kev. W. F. Graham, otficia LIGHTFOOT-Disd in Fulton, Heuri co, Va., Jan. IC, L895, Mr. frmss-arl Lightfoot, the u ff-"ct innate husband oi Mrs. Ardel Lightfoot in his 35th year. He died in the fall triumph of faith, ile leaves a wife aud three- brothers to mourn their loee, ile was a consistent member of the Mt.Calvary Bapt. Church for two years and eight months, ile was loved by all who knew him. He waa an affectionate husband and a high? ly ea teemed oitiz-'n. Be was a member of Punctuality Fountain, No. 491,of the Grand Fountain, 0.0. T. li, which Fountain conveyed bis remains to the Union Depot. On arriving in Ashland the remains was met at the train by Mt. Zion Fountain, No. 4, of Ashland, and escorted to the Church. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 February 1895

F ONLY MEDIUM ibr Advertisers Desiring Colored People's Trade. r rhe Richmond Planet COLORED MAN Should Have This /oar ami in HM Moxam. VOL XII NO 7. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1895. PRICK FIVE CENT W. H. T. FORRESTER, Ex-H. W. G. H. IX-GRAFD MASTEP FORRESTER. Rirhnond Odd Fellows' Do Bim Hob cv-a Handsome Silver Service? Flow*.a frost ths Ladles?Ad? mirable Addresses. :?i Fellows presented ? magni last Wedl ireh. i lu* merni ? new 111 on 3rd street and it \ when i.f taken up and >hahmx tO the ? take Kiehmond Patriarchie was out uniform nuder the oom ptain, Kobert M. and [some draperies a I the at? tention of all and mai be ooea plinientary r they, wi th mart ii moved al . ehair unmittee of arrangements niau ol the co rn in i ded. On the rostrum Past Grand Morton Deane, M. \ . P.: Ber. R. Wells, R. Beecher Taylor. P. N. F.; .latin's Wilson, Marshal; I rad larshal, and Robert Smith. P. V Th. publio leeeption tendered ex-Grand Master Forres anon his retirement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 February 1895

Published ***rv Saturday by Job? M!tch*Il Jr.. proprietor, at U4 Kart Broad Stow*. Blah mobo. Vb. -Phone 985 JOHN MITCHELL, JR.. AH oonimunloatloas lat*nd*d for publloatioB aast b* **nt to th* editor, Jobs Mitchell. Jr.. 4 Stat Broad street aad should reach abm oa TassflaT TBRMS IN ADVANCE. Oae Copy, od* year,..-.?*!-!? OasCopy. eight month*... ?????JJ Ob* Copy, ni month* ?? -JJ Oaa Copy, t*>ar month,.. Oaa Copy, three moatba. ?tasia Copy. . . ?<* ADVERTISING bates. fa* oaa lash, ona laaertioa-.9 .*> For oaa tana, each eabaequeot Insertion... .40 *?r two Inch**, taree month*.. OOO For two inches, eli month* 1* 00 For two taco**, nine month*.....??-. 14 00 For two (nebea, twelve months. SB 00 Marriage aad funeral notices,. 60 ?aaa di ag aad traaaaaat notices par Bas?. OB Postage Stamps of a denomination hither than two cents not received on ?abocriptlons. Taa Pi^lwar ia inroad weekly. The subscrlp i aprlcets 01.60 a year, tn advance. Taara are rora wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 February 1895

8ATDRDAY, - FEB. 2,1895 Correspondence. ~~WIsl ISGTON LETTES. Bloodshed Ia Hawaii?A Democratic Measure Deod. [From Our Regular Correspondent.] Congressional indignation over news of the bloodshed in Hawaii has for the time overshadowed the floundering of the democrats in their futile attempts to get up som * sort of financial bill, and will probably continue to do so tor a few days. Tbe tardy action of the ad? ministration in ordering tbe Philadel? phia to proceed to Honolulu, which was virtually forced by the angry protests of democratic Senators and Representa? tives, is accepted aa a tacit acknowledge ment of the blunder in not keeping a warship there for months past, but it is an acknowledgment not creditable to the administration from any point of view. Among tbe democrats who have not hesitated to criticise the course of the administration are Representatives Livingston ol Georgia, who says that he thinks it the duty of this government to take charge of Hawaii, either by an? n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 February 1895

rapnt asm Mi Iron Ca w aj It-ft Oi Pal] His tbei Job 8ATCRDAY, FEB. 2,1895 DEATHS. HOLMES? 1 .ittie Bessie Holmes, the five years old daughter of Mr. and 9. Holmes, died at ? W. Leigh lanuary 21st, 4: i m. In the morning previous to her death she sung "1 want to Ik? nn an At the above mentioned hour ssenger death summoned her to the throne of the Father and gratified the youthful singer as desired. Sh- ted father and mother, four brothers and one - to mourn their loss. The floral .: Piti? ful and appn THOMPSON?Pied Saturday, Jan? uary |26t hi* *on, lenry I. Thompson, in tha full triumph ol faith. His funeral took pla the 28th inst., at the Fifi Chureh, Kev. Graham officiating. He leaves a wife, seven childi two sisters, three brothers and ti ho friends to mourn their lofj -Mrs. G. W. Lewie, who has been indisposed is out again. -Mr. John Oliver, who luis l>een indisposed, is out again, but tumbi transact any business at present. -Miss Fannie Redd left Than night for an 8 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1895

tm* m ^m ya ONLY MEDIUM J ^ ?br Advertisers Desiring Colored People's Trade. rhe Richmond Planet COLORED MAN Should Have This Jour ami ia His Home. VOL XII Vo 8 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9. 1895. PRICK. 5 CBN1S L. N. MONROE. The Ossified M an. THE OSSIFIED MAIN. ITZZLE8 SCIENCE. Nothing- Like Him Etc-r Seen in ths Section Before The word ossify means Um changing of a soft animal substance into bone. When we refer to an ossified man we mean one who has become practically changed into bone. Bach is the condition of I,. N. Mun? roe the jK>rtrait of whom we pr* to our readers this week. He cannot move a joint in his body. He cannot feed himself, or bend a finger From the crown of his head to tho end of his toes he is rigid. He has to lay in one position all the time. A doctor at Gordonsville thought he could bend one of his fingers. He suc? ceeded, but when it was examined, it was fount' that he had broken it just as wouid h. re be?>n a pipe-stem The sk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1895

Published every Saturday by John llttehaTl Jr.. proprietor, mt 814 East Broad strewt. Rich aa and. Va. -Phone 985 40HN HITCH ELL. JK.. - - EnrTon SJ1 communications Intended tor publication Sus* be sent to the editor J oho Mitchell. Jr.. 4 Bast Broad Street and should reach him on Tuesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. Oas Copy, one yeaj*.$1.50 One Copy, sljiht months..- 1.S9 Ons Copy, six months.?.. -Ss Oas Copy, four months. M Oas Copy, three months..- .*? Slnsls Copy. ?*-? ^^ ADVERTISING RATES. Vot one Insh, one insertion.~.9 .60 For ons Inch, each subsequent Insertion... -io ror two inches, three month*. ? ?? For two Inches, six months.~. 1* SO For two Inches, nine months. 14 ?? For two Inches, twelve months...... aO 00 Marriage and funeral notices. Standing and transient notices psr lins. 06 Postage Humps of o denomination his her than two cents not received on ?oioeriptious. Tan Pi-anet ls lssnsd weekly. Ths subscrlp t sprite's $1.50 a year, tn advance. There a?*e roes wats bj* w'dch mons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1895

SATURDAY. FEB. 0, 1895 SURE ENOUGH. (iood tinus rom in" sure enough ! Silver nun an' chowers ; Hoad that seemed ho aw lui rough, 1'rimpii*.' up with flowers! (iood time* coroin' sure enough? Hard times slip* is asl I Fe'lens work-in' fur an seer To make tbe good time* batter. *\ op'e-boughs a swinirin' ; Y-oller punkins (Mingin' I S* all the b* ll* a ringing' For the good old tin (Jood times comin', sure as fate, Doa't know what you're missiu' ! Sweetheart l^anin' on ths gate, UotS o' time for kissin ! (J "Iden fruit a-pilin'; Hsavy haystacks smiliu', SujTriroane a-bili:i' For the good old times ! Good time* oom ii.'?bet your life ! King \ in from each steeple ! coorsweatheart an" your win,? Sh>*k* hands with the people ! AT the country jilowin': QitrJa' up an' >r?>iti" ' M*lk nu' honey t\ iwiu' Pur the good old titu?s ! ? Atlanta Conetitntion. Correspondence. WASHINGTON LETTER ONE MORE REPUBLICAN SENA? TOR ADDED. PERSONAL ENCOUNTER IN THE HOUSE. Cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 9 February 1895

SATURDAY, - FEB. 9,1895 CHURCH TROUBLE. A Pastor Alleged to Have Been Excluded. Matrimonial?A Young Minister. Danville, Va., Feb. 5, 1895 ?The Ianeral of Mr. Wesley loire took place at Loyal St, Baptist Church, Wednesday. Jan. 30th at three o'clock p. tn , Kev. W. M. Mom, B. I)., officiating. Quite a laise congregation was out. The marriage of Mr. George 8. Woods and Miss Ruth Patterson rook place Wednesday evening, Jan. 30th at the home of the brides' parents on North Inion Street. It waa a grand affair. Rsv. J. L. Barkersdale officiated. On Friday evening, Feb. Int. the Tux? edoes gave a bai*q<jt-?. at EUdga Street Hall in honor ot Mr. and Mrs. ? Woods. Q'lite a large number ol young men and ladies attended. Thia club in the leading social club in the city. lu officers are P. W. Chauncy, Prea ; 1). D. Woody, Vic*-President; M. H. Eldridge, Sec ; R. 8. Allen, Treas. Madame Rumor haa it, that one ol our popular school teachers and Mr. C-are to be married soon. PEHN CASK P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1895

ONLY MEDIUM for Advertisers Desiring Colored People's Trade. The Richmond Planet -= COLORED MAN Hare Thia Jour la BM Monee. V(J^^^---------------i----lllllllll-ill BiSit SATURDAY, - FEB. 16,1895 "toe citkouncil It Controls Absolutely All Municipal A fla irs. JACKSON WARI* AND US ST RIO U LES. Its R-pr* gmt at ion snd What Thpy Hare Attaint d? Tsp N*w ?tty Hall ?Hon R? publican*. Win. 'nie City Council IB divided into tWO branches: the upper, known as the Koard t>f Aldermen, the members ol' which are electsd for four years; and the lower, known a** the Common Conn eil, the memliersof which are elected for two years. The former branch is composed of eighteen members.?three from each of the six wards, and the lat? ter is composed jot thirty members,? live from each ward, thus making an entire membership of forty-eight. Of tikis number, only eight are Re? publicans, being from Jackson Ward, the "shiH*-string district" which hal overwhelming colored Republican vote. ^ Of these...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 16 February 1895

PsbUshod ovary Sstnrday by Jobs blttehajl Jr., proprietor, st SI4 Sss* Broad Strati, BOOB '-Phone 985 JOBS MITCHELL. JB? BntTos SJI nonna onleatloBO Intended tor pnbliosalos Sss* bo soot to ths odltor. John MitchoU. Jr., 4 Bast Brood Strost and should roach sus os TmmAmJ' tsrmb W ADVANCE. Orso Copy, obs yoar.-.^..^^.-^fLJS Otoo Copy, alf kt months,-~~ .-.aw *.?? Oro* Copy, at* months..??~~.. .as Ooo Copy. t??ur months.. Jm Ooo Copy, tbroo months.?.-?? ??? Slbsas CoDjv.- ??* ADVERTISING RAT BB. Bs* oas tsab. oss InoortloB.-a*ssa.? ?**? Bot oss Inch, ooch sobeequent Insertion... .4e rrpr two Inches, throo months..-. ? < For toto Inches, six months. 1*? w Boa* two Inches, nins montho.....?- * For two Inches. twelve months.-. Si ?? hf orrlaa-e ona ranoral notices.. Btasnllsg and transient owUoso par Uta..-. ?? Postage MtasiBS ef a denontlnatios higher than two cents not received on ?nbscriptions. _ _.^_ TnruiiiT ls loattod weekly.^?' -**u*??le? f^..i.?l.aOayo*r.lro,chBion-T ^...

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