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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 June 1890

r rile HiclmioiMl Planet. VOL. VII. NO. 25: RICHMOND, VIRGIN IA. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1890. _PRICE 5 CTS. THE PLANET. SATIKDAY, - - - Jun* 7,1&90. THE TRI E REFORMERS' HllUMMi. A Costly Edillee-Tho Spacious ll all -Rev. Browne's Energ). Kev. \V. W. Browne, who has been. on an extended trip South in the in? terest of the (brand Fountain, I'. 0. of True Helot BUe? after a most sue ul trip, has returned. He is now "working like a i>eaver." arranging for the mammoth hall; whieh will bc erected upon the present site, 606 and CON North 3d Street Tn ? ar? chitect is at work noon Mm plan. The bank's general supply store and undertaking eetabliehment will lx? on the first floor, the Fountain r<> on the seeond floor, and a large hall whieh will tn? nkin to ? theatre on the third floor. It will seat from fftcsh hundred to two thousand pereone, and will be provide<l with ., spacious gejlerj. The stage will he arranged so as to aeroinodate any ordinary theatrical company, should app...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 June 1890

RICHMOND PLANET. Published every Saturday at 814 BL Broad St., by the Plan kt Pud lishing Company. JOHN MITCHELL, Ja..-Editok TERMS IN ADVANCE. On* Oopy, one ysar,. .?fl SO Out Copy, six months. ?.- SS Oin Copy, thres mouths,.?.- *? *in?l? Copy,-.-.__ SS Entered in the Post.Offine ac Bicbuiontl Va. aa second olats matter. SATURDAY, - - Jink 7, 1890. "LANGSTON." The Virginia Lancet of Peters burg. Ya., in its issue of the 31st nit, says: ? Perhaps no where in this country has there been such rejoicit.g as there has been in this district over the report of the election committee in congrese lu the case of Langston vs Venable " And again: "It would not be true if we said that this rejoicing was manifested in any other class but that of the men who supported Langston in his contest. Thu f raul* statement, when it has been intimated that we would M>row up our hats and crawl in by rt>e back door, should at once be sufficient to convince any one that we were honest and we be lie ve w...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 June 1890

THE PLANET. SATURDAY - ? - Jink 7, 1890. DECORATION DAY ?rn ? s? SENATOR INGALLS -(JR KAT? ORATION. REBEL FLAGS At Richmond. - ^ m s? THE NORTH DISCOUNTENANCES THE DISPLAY. THE FEELIXi IX DIXIE. Senator John J. Ingall** deliv? ered the oration at Gettysburg on the "50th ult. lt was an impressive occasion. He said : Mr. President: The battle li.-Ll of Qcttsybnrgl what a thronging tu mult of emotion, of joy and gina, of triumph, of sadness, of defeat, and fi? nal victory rises in the heart at the repetition of that name, the battle? field of Get! vsburg. ? The hijrhtide of the KeUdlion broke upon the placid ami fertile fields and along those reverberating and rocky slopes in a tumultuous surf of blood ami flame that ebbed away to Appomnt ox. Three Sum mer days changed the annals of this peatvful hamlet to an epoch never to 1?- forgotten in the history of the hu? man race, and gave to this locality, hitherto unknown, an immortality equal to thal of Marathon, of Mars? ton Moor, ami of W...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 June 1890

THE PLANET. SATURDAY - - - Ji ne 7, isno. -OUR REPRESENTATIVE AT CH1CAOO. The Resolutions Offered by Him^lf Creates a Sensatiou. He Speaks Ont and Sways the Audience at Will?Rey. Dr. li ri filth's Explanation. Rev. A. Ringa, dr., pastor ol the First Baptist ('hurt-li of Manchester, Va., who was appoiutetl by the Va., Baptist Sta tv ton volition to lw.Hr resolutions relative to the art ion of the American Baptist Publication Society in dropping the names of certain colored divines from the list of contributors to the Baptist Tem li er has returned to the city from a visit to Chicago, where he attended the Baptist Anniversary, May 22. The Chicago "Daily News" in speak? ing of the affair says: "At this point the proceedings took en exceedingly sensational turn, the quotion arising being nothing less important than that ol the colored race. The story of tia trouble which appeared on the sur face to-day dates back to the race war of last year, which was a featurt of the Baptist meeting a...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 June 1890

aM f 1 .issi 'lal nt rile Richmond Planet. VOL. VII. NO. 26: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. JUNE 14, 1890. PRICK ft TTS THE TLA NET. SATIKDAY, - - - Jure 14, 1890 CITY COUNCIL MEETS. More Precincts for Clay Ward?None for J Ackson?Denim'ra tit* 1'aiiisanry. At the meeting ol Um Common Council Monday night, the 2nd mist., utter adopting the report of the Com? mittee on Btoeets, quite a spirit?sl waa ii cition lr tux - volte a franchh>e, it munt be passed upon adversely by two successive eoiineils. It was adopted as recom mended, but later, defeated in the Run rd of Aldermen. Upon motion of Mr. Burke, ? com mittee had been appointed to pro? vide , rive pHvim ts lor Clay Ward, Alderman Ruben wno a member of Use committee rle Raid he bad not been notified of any meeting and ac? cordingly had no {?roposition for one more precinct in Jackson Ward. Hf declared t hat lie would not sign Um report for a precinct in Clay Ward, unless they would sign his report. Be told Councilman Mitch? ell t...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 June 1890

RICHMOND PLANET. Published every Saturday at 814 E. Broad St.. by the Pignut Pub liahing Company. UT/ \i& %<* JOHN MITCHELL, Ja.. - - ? Editor TERMS IN ADVANCE. OOpft ouo y?>ar,.fl SC Uiit)Oi'i'y,9iiuouib>.. M Ons Copy, ttires mouths,. - 44 ita* ' .-.? a Euu?rtsl ia the Pot*t Ofl'ice at Richmond Va. ?? aecoud elate matter. SATURDAY, - - Jine14, 180C WU VI THINK VE OF THIS J lt* any Northerner had any doubi as to the feeling in the South ai well as the cid autagouisni arousei he has only to read a few extract! from sonic of the "Southern journal; Of that section. The Charlottes villis Chronicle* a Democratic jour nal. in its issue ol the <>tb inst rs: "To us, the most hateful sentence ii the English language, t?o often found ii the Wailing! anti speeches of Souther men is that abject apology for tho hoi OSSSa man over fought for. einbudi Sd SI the expression *They fought fe what they then thought was right.'. The assn niko upheld with a courag unequalled in ancient...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 June 1890

_JWL . ? * ?^-^ 'I HE PLANET. ITKPAY - - - June \\.\ >V\siii\<,TON LETTF.R. Tho President's Trip?Speaker Reed's Leadership ? Charges Against a Commissioner?Notes of Interest. WA8HINUTOK, I> C June <?> 1S90 The President and his family return ni io the city tod<iy from a three dava trip to Chesapeake Bay, whore they went on the U "3 Dispatch for a short rest Speaker Heed has again displayed li? ability as a statesman in a most marked manner, and there are few tuen now in public life who would have had the courage to ri>k as much as a failure would have cost him in this MN A snort time ago the , Republican I'. caucus endorsed the Windoui silver bill and it waa reported to the House There were quite a number of republi cans who were opposed to certain fea tures of this bill, and in deference to them another caucus was called last "---etc to consider tba question At this caucus Representative McKinley, who ia an able lieutenant to Mr Heed, propos ed a new silver bil...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 June 1890

r ' ?*?*?? ? - ? THE PLANET. SATl KDAY - - - Jink U.1~ SKVATOR (I LI.OM SPEAKS. A Federal Klet'tion Law?A fro-A me ri? cans to SS I'roUt-ted in Their Kijjht to Volo. Wvshinoton, D. C., June ll. 1890. TThothnT it will be ttw Lodge bill, the Howell bill, or a bill by son;.' one elm?, nothing is more certain than tin* passage during tbs present Con? gress oi stunt' measure tu regulate Federal elections. Never before have the Republican leaders shown milch unanimity on a question af? fecting Afro-Americans as thov are displaying lor a Urea ballot and a fair count. Senator Shelby M. Cullom ol Illinois, than whom the colored peo? ple have not a more sincere friend is particularly outspoken fora Peder al election law. There is an organi? zation in this rity composed of some lift v Afro-Americans trom different States and territories, known as S. hf. Culloin National Republican Association. The organization is ensconced in handsomely furnished headquarters whence much valuable information i...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 June 1890

The Ricliii nd Planet. VOL. VII. NO. 27: RICHMOND, VIRGINI. RDAY, JUNE 21, 1890. PRICE 5 CTS. THE PLANET. SATURDAY, - - - JunklU, 1*?.m> THE AMERICAN BAPTIST PUBLICA? TION SOCIETY REPLIES. REV. BINGA'S EFFORT HOW THE MATTER WAS SETTLED. As the result of tho effort made by Rev. A. Binga, .Jr., before tbe Publi the follow ir was receive*] . the Board of 1 gatton: ?Irv <" '"on vention. Dear Brethren:? At tho recent Anniversary ol the Publication Soci *t v held on the 32nd ult. at Chicago, your Messenger, Rev. A. binga. Jr., I). I)., was cordially received and hear*!. The communication he Lore to Um) Society from your body was also received and read before the Society: and referred to the Board for consideration and answer. The Bonni at its first meeting. bald Jane 5th, gave the matter care ful attention, mri directed nie tb eaj in reply. ''Neither th*' Society, its Board, or officers have at any time, or ic any nay, intended to cast an 'indignity* upon nny of your race, much less...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 June 1890

RICHMOND PLANET. Published every Saturday at 814 Iv Broad S*., bv the Planxt Pub isliiug Company. JOHH atiTfjRJCLL, Ja.,-Kditok TKKMS IN ADVAMCJa. uno Cow, "U? >?ar,.#1 60 OU? COW, SIX UuUlOk. m. SW uiio Oup> , taros muuim,.M Mi Siutfl* vsupjr..?.. Mb Entered in toe Poet Od 100 ai Utulimoud Ya- isa second cats muller. SATURDAY, - - - Jumb 21, 1890 HM IT POLITICS." We hear it frequently urged that the solution ol the ".Negro Pro bleui," rests in the Nagroas quit? ting politics. We do uot beiieve anything ol the kind. The old taj lug ol'u Fiud out what your enemy wants you to do and then don't do it," is applicable in this case, lhere iu uot a Bourbon Democrat in the South but who stands ready lo 3 ell at us, "Quit politics.'? Every White Liner, Ku Klux, rad handed lyueh er cries to us '" Quit politic*. Whenever an election takes place they are at the polls with, * Quit politics" but all the time lacy are voting and uever think themselves ol quitting to politics. We have never k...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 June 1890

I - ? ? m rn ? -?? ?. - ? ir - - THK PLANET S.VTfKDAY - - - .hNKl'l.l FORTUNE SUES! The Colored Editor Seeks * 10,000 Damage*. li?>MKAt"K TKAINOK THK DKKENDANT Llrely Sequel to the Recent Disturb ance at Trainers Hotel. Papers were flied in ibo Supreme Court on Thursday itt a civil suit for assault and false imprisonment brought on bv T? Thomas Fortune, the editor of the Age. a c Io red organ, agni us* James Trainor, proprietor nf iSraUaOT** Hotel, at Thirty-third Street and Broad w iv On Wednesday of last week, Mr For? tune went into the Hotel bar room and asked for a glass ot beer, wh'eh was fused him, he says, on the account ot his color. Fortune was arrested for assault ard disorderly conduct, but was discharged next morning bv Justice Horan in the Jefferson Mttket Police Court. roi une places his damages at $10 OOO The complaint sets forth two causes of action. First, that, being refused ser vice on account ot his color, the mina Ser of the hotel, .Junes Ennis insulted im, a...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 June 1890

- awj>?Maawaaass?*? r i a i i i m i ? " THE PLANET. SATURDAY - - - Jink 21, L 19.10.00 Endowment raid. The following ih a true r*>port ol th** working condition of tin* several departments *>I the Grand Fountain, United Ot dst Ol True Reformers (excepting th** Rosebuds* lot the month ending June lsth. 1890. Kof ni- sim' No. of charters issued since last report, 10 No. Ol poitties issued since last n*port, 806 et I No. of policies issn*'*!, ('hiss E. 19 " lt. 27 Total, fc? Total number policies for classes and Fountains, ukatiis: N?). of deaths in Fountains 0 ?' " " " Class E. I t.tt *. u ii p EN 1>*>W.MK NTS: No. of *'nfl*)wments paid in the Fountains, 9 No. Ol i InVM endowments poid, 8 IN IK> W MKS TS P A11) ! Delia Washington, Rising St. Luke Ft.. Hampton. Vu., *fl25.<M Fleming Hill. Glen Allen Ft. No. 08, (Wen Allen. Vu., 126.0M II. L. Miiinis. Holcombe Book Ft. No. 1*2, Lynchburg, Va., 135.W Edward Garland, Holcombe Hok Ft. No. 12, Lvnehburg, Va.. 125.01 Joh...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 June 1890

I ?n* *< The llichmond Planet. VOL. NO. 27: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 8A? VKDAY, JUNE 28: 1890. TRICE 5 CTS. RICHMOND PLANET. SATl'KDAY, - - - Junk 98, 1800. Singular Occurrence**. The IMO*' I *>w is?Thomas Will M lins attract*-*! much attention inasmuch uh the late Mr. Thomas' color***! daunia*-!- in contending lor the (1224,000) two hundred un.I twenty-four thousand dolhirH, which, on his dying bed he gave her. The white cousins are hIh*) fighting for the possession of this large sum. Ab!*1 counsel have been employed on both sided and for weeks, the case %***** argue*! I Wore Judge E. H. Fitz hugh. Ourinjr the pi ogress of the case, Lawyer Guy, one ot the array of counsel for the white cousins was taken sick and *lied. The argument was resumed and thea completed. .Jutlge Fitzhugh n?serve<! his decision, stating that he WOtuM announce it at the (Molter term *?f the Court. T*> the surprise of many, this will never lie done. Yesi*-rdu y he passe*! " over the river." and has DM0 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 June 1890

RICHMOND "PLANET. Published every Saturday sit <SH E. Broad Sf., bv the Planet Pub li shin g Coin pa ny. JOuN MITcaifiLL, Jk., - - - Kditok TEKilS IU AD VAN Ca. Ous Copy, out >t??r,....#1 **> ou*) Coi>> i s*x mumba.- ev ?Jus Cow , tare* wou ins,._ **J ->iuxi? cuuy. Wt> Entered tn lu? i'utti (JUtoo ui K.cUuiouU Vs. SH IK'COIIU UlMcR lUttlUI. SATURDAY,- - - Jumb38,1890. PRESIDENT INC VI.LS' REM A st KS. President Al. IO. Inc; al ls ol the Chesapeake ano Uuio Anailwaj system svddjeeend die Ainenonvu Railway Mastei-Alecbauio ASSOC!* atiou al Ubi Point, Va., on ihe 1 Till lust. During his remarks, although a Democrat be made some a>sci uoUb ic lal ive to Virginia ami the Negro which showell as he saul he tia*! giveu the subject muon study. Speaking ot the state he anya: "Then liave bann some things thal have- imniwicU IU mi mu growui. lu inn liiei in*.te aral pnjuUiec sffnUint noun tin nicu, autl me.*, area a uMUke on uk part ol IU?j mulhern uic.t, ?.o eoute fcout...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 June 1890

THE PLANET. SATURDAY. - - - June28, 1890 WASHINGTON LETTER. The Silrer Bill-Federal Election BUL WasurNOTON, D. C., June 23, 1890. The President has detuitely set? tle*! the queetloo of his candidacy in 1892 by stating to an old person al friend thai he intended to return to Indianapolis aud resume tbe practice of law at the expiration of bia preaent term Thia little state uient spikes a good many Demo eratic guns and will compel the newspaper fraternity of that party to invent some new motive tor ev ery thing which the President does. A very aenaational story has been publish* d here alleging to give the details of certain remarks derogatory to the Mc Kinley tariff bill made by Secretary Blaine be fore a aub committee of tbe S nate. Fortunately yonr correspondent ia able to preserve a statement of what realty occurred in tbat com? mittee room. afr. Blaine was be? fore the committee for tbe purpose of making an argument on some matters pertaining te the State de? partment, and while...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 June 1890

TIIK PLANET. SATURDAY, Jt ki 28, IH1NJ hiv: iii h. Clffaj Hay Oration - Lo* al?. Clement (iariu-tt Morgan ia th* hret of our race who, iii the fi *?. ?>t . ullage life, has beeu act orded pre? eminence, bia oration al Harvard on class -day himiti?-> ttu- jitdginent *?l t luis*- \\ lui selected linn lor *?n*,?il the moat nighty prized bouoreol the l uiv*-tstt \ course. li was \*r\ much ahove the average ol youthful ?rhetorical short*. 'lue gentlemen who have been mcosninng cae raine of education by the amount of dol? lars n enables ita possessors i?> win, can protttablj ponder over some ??t the excellent truths uttered by Alor wan. They would learn that the young niau who rightly breathtte the atmosphere ol a uuiversity recogniz? es that there are objects m lite t/ery mnch more precious than richi those who haw tin- wisdom to appre? ciate t lu-ir \ alu*. rhere is t he spirit ual man ol theworldwho compre? hends the duty thal be owes to tm inanity, aud who prepareshitusell (o...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 July 1890

r The Ricliiimul VOL. VII. NO. 28: RICHMOND, VTRGINA SA Tl RDA . .JULY 5, 1890. PRICE 5 CENTS. TUE PLANET. SATURDAY, - - - Ju v 5, 1890. A BLOODY DEED W. T. FlM.KVS Sl'KKKKINOS ?TlIK Si'okv *>k A Cm mk Dom: in Soi ru I'.utMi.iM BEATEN WITH HARKED WIRE. HIS LEG BROKEN. A HeartloKS Crime Described in thc Language of thc Sufferer. Mr. W. T. Finley who wan appoint? ed at the Abbs-rifle, 8. C. Cost OSes sends tin* statement which appears below, He was beaten as he states, lan leg broken, aud a partisan doe tor reset the shattered limb, SO that it would grow crooked. Post M.ik tell fJtlllOfni Wanamaker. 1.'arning of the affair gave him a position in Ihe Post Office Department. Th*' Store *)f his suffering is pitiful? ly tohl in tit*' linos vrhieh follow. Washington. D.C., Aimiil 2<L 1890. To ?U1 whom it univ concern. 1 was appointed Postmaster lust May. at AI.Ih'viII*. C. H.. S. C. In a few days utter I was appointed, a white man visit***! mo. On the .'list of May issi), about ti *p...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 July 1890

RICHMOND PLANET. 1 Published *'v*tv Satunlay nt Hit j , r. Brand street by tbs Pi un I Pna> i isniv.; COntPAJ JOHN MITCHELL..lu., - - - Eiu.ou. .wi ii)innnii?i?-ttiitiiiM invmond t<>r i??it?ti in um In- Mattel iii.-?'?liuir Josi!* Mmui.ii., Ja. i. Sunni tatara-* natl sasnnM rnank Sun bj TERMS IN ADVANCE. ?-,-y. BM ywir. flJ ? >ii?- * >'|..> . n;;li! iiiuuUin. I I ?,.? . >l\ limul Iii. ? mt- < ti|i> . four mt ni Ul > . t Maa i ??!?> . t>kr*n awtUssj, ' ? ADVERTISING RATES. 1'i-r 'Hu- '.urti, utit- lutwrtlon. 9 I ar ???!- Illili. ??nrl* MUtifH'MllfHI liWrti.ii.. 1'i-r iv?o liulu-H, ibr?<? limul Im. I j-i-i t *ti int tit-a. all luniiilin. !'? |->T I *n lilt lltt?. HUH- tlltlllttlH. ll Cit t ?i> iiit-tt?M. t wi-lvo iiiuiitliM. ? Murrin*,' ami tuiit-itil luitui? sinuous*; ?nd kmnsjssni kunnan, par an* SATURDAY,.Juli 5, 181 THE FEDERAL ELECTION LAW The discussion ol tue Fede Election Law which is intended provide for free and lair electic in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 July 1890

I UK TLASKI SATURDAY. - - - Jin THE SPEECH Off IH11 CABOT WHMiK OK *AS S.U'lll'SRTTS IX SI ITO UT OK HIS KKBKHAI. KI.KCTIOX BILL IN THK House of Representatives on Kritlar June MM air. LOOQR Mr. Speaker, I will n*it enter further int*) the constitu? tional question, for it sectus to bm to ? .?? wholly needless, lt is safe t*> tliat no elause ol the Const it ut ion is snore plainly expressed thmi that srhlch relates to tbe control hy Gou? ts] of Congressional ehvtious, an?l that none has ever teen in??r?' decisi? vely eonstrued bv th*' grssvl tribunal upon whom the high duty of finally interpreting t bs Constitution devol Congress hus the absolute il with th*' election of ineinliersof this House us it pl*; and the fact that it hus never this or any other power sparingly makes no difference in Ene unsent. Power implies i*?*sponsibility, anti where responsibility exists it cannot be shirked by leaving in nlteyance lb** exercise of the power designed to inert it. If citizens of tbe U...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 5 July 1890

THE PLANET SATURDAY, - - - Jti * ?'?. i-'"1 H. C. LODGE'S SPEECH (('OSTINI KU I HOM HM KTH < ol I MN TMIKII I iv iiitin is not satisfied t*? Ix- an Amer? ican pure iui?l simple, nntl t?> nban ?l*>n th** prvti\**M which denote rn*** distinctions, then h?* in better outside thiscotintry than in ii. ami this truth which in susceptible of a wi*h* application I would now apply to the nea al th** colored ni****. We have .'hitInti shem with the attri? butes of American citizenship. We have put in their hands the emblem *d American sovereignty. Whether wisely or unwin**!v done is ol n?> con? sequence now; it has been done ami it is irrevocable. THK INKXOUAIlJ.r" I.AW. We OSTS them no more ami no less than we owe to all American citizens, but wo do owt* them all that the Government gives to any American citizen, bs hs neh or poor, white or black. The Government which made the black man a citizen of the Ci. States is bound to protect him in his rights SV1 a citizen of the liiite.1...

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