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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 December 1895

RICHMOND PLANET SUPPLEMENT-?CHRISTMAS, 1895 PLANET BUILDING AND ITS DEPARTMENTS. UNPARALLELED SUCCESS IN JOURNALISM. BUSINESS OFFICE COMPOSING DEPARTMENT PRESS ROOH. EDITOR'S OFFICE PLANET BUILDING. JOHN MITCHELL, JR , Editor & Publisher. STEREOTYPING DEPARTHENT. MAILING DEPARTMENT STOCK ROOH. ?? r Ten Thousa/hd Subscribers Wanted. \ ? PLANET'S FORCE. An Effort to Reach High-Water Mark.

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 December 1895

COPYWGMT. 18 LAs I have so explanation to offer of ? fol 'owing experience, and something of that kind, more or lees ingenious, is expect*! of any one daring to tell what iiwm supernatural, it is only right to relate, br way of compensation. Tari ons oireumsttuioss which may bare infra-' eooed my Tnind. Christmas fell that year on Friday, and Wednesday night I had slept at the Lodge, as I often did in those days when the general and Kata Carnegie were liTing there, and the old house had still a roof and swarm hearth stone. The colonel was a' guest st ths time, who had been s very desperate fighter?Clelland's Horns sre still con? founded with satan on the Indian fron? tier?ged now wss a rory poor preacher, affording an endless scarce of amuse? ment to Drumtoobty. There was also another soldier?5 feet 9 in height, and 44 inches round the chest, and as genial s soul se any man could wish to meet? who bsd obtained the Victoria Cross for silling ll sepoys in s room st Lucknow so save a w...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 December 1895

SATURDAY, - DEC. 21, 1895. CHRISTMAS AT BLACK MAMMY'8. T'jt.ot* g-wtns bs Carts'mus. chillon*. But I dunno 'bout Bendy Claws. I speck de ole man's broke dis Chris'mus; Ain't no vro'k to' bis ole clsws. Be bsnk done bus*; ne los' bis money; Hs we'kmea quit, dst want dey said. S'pec he keep away dis Chris'mus? Moat be dat tie ole man's deid. Whats dat. Dinahf Wbar yo' fit it? Dat big box yo* settin on? Pull o' nuts an toys an candy Done bruns; heah by Stews John? Mssea's mighty good dis Chris'mus, Meas my ole h'aht leap wid joy Dat bs *membahs his black mammy Whs' nuwsxd him when be lil' boy. Buhl Maras John he sen' a possumT Praise de Lawd fo' dat good meat I T'mor' suah be Chris'mus, honey? Dat de day we gwine V eat. Cl'ar off f bed, now, all you Chilians. Dosn' yo' heah me wha' I say? Time t' heah dem Kleighbells ringin, Time dem reingeers jog dis way. Gawa f bed aa quit dat talkin; __ Die yere ain' no time fur play. ET you chill una doan' be quiet. Yo' sca'h ole Sandy Claws away. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 December 1895

SATURDAY, - DEC. 21, 1895, Christmas bells. Os, Orlslnias, merry Christmas! Xe 1% really oom* again. With IBs memories and greetings. With IBs Joy aad with Ita paint There's a minor la ths oared, Aad a shadow in the light, Aad a anray of cypress twining With the holly wreath tonight. Aad faa koah la serer broken By laughter light and low As vt nates tn tho starlight To ths "balli across the snow.1* ?HaYergaL A ROMANCE OF XMAS. No matter where men may be, no Biatter how far away from borne they may go or how lang they may stay away, when Christmas comes their minds re? vert to ths loved ones of their childhood ?tender memories of a mother, a sis? ter, perhaps s sweetheart, are revived, snd s longing seises them to he back again-amid the old familiar scenes With each recurrence of the glad sea? son which heralds peace on earth to men of good will, this longing crept in to Richard Jennings' heart, stifling all in? terest in the fluctuations of wool on 'Changs, and making positively dis...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 December 1895

THE ONLY MEDIUM Pot Ad vertW^raDesiring: Colv>rod People's Trade. Special Qu?t attona upon Large Kd vert fae men tv Our Circulation Quaran teoa. SSr>\\ bb th* P*vorh?r Mentis o>4 Corns*unk*an"n Httwern the BUHTNBSS MAN a?H the Pon umu it 'Phone #36. *&*v*s\ av**/*/*/*?/** /?/** ^?. EYERY COLORED UM Mite Mia _ White run Should beful Jy Panted aa to the WU be* af thia Large Laboring Claaaaf the South. la atWaaec: $1.50 VaU to smj peart oi wXaJuem ar Csttsavia Bl dsM ti OBI Bil ???. ? VOL. XII. NO. 2. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1895. PRICE, 5 #CENTS. REV W. F GRAHAn, Pastor of Fifth St. Baptist Church. THOMPSON'S THREAT. DECLARES HE WILL KILL EDITOR MITCH? ELL. On the Streets of Rich? mond. Ha rv, /> Ir' 0 St ory Verified A Lawless Condition in Lunenburgh County THE INHOOENT WOMEN. Bow They Spent Their Christmas. In Solomon Marable's confession, he says that David James Thompson, a white man killed Mrs. Lucy Jane Pol? lard of Lunenburg County and that he...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 December 1895

SI d Published STory Batnrday bj John Mltcb-11 Jr.. proprietor, at 814 hast Broad BtrMt. Back aoad. va '.Phone 936 'OHN MITCH KL. U JR.. Korro* Bil communication* Intended fur pabllcatlo ?utbtMBttoth* editor John Mitchell. Jr.. ?ru Kant Broad 8crest and ?boult! roach hint on V'naatSfl* TS&HS IM aoVAJNOK. .ms Copy, on* year.?._.....?.?...?? 1.00 )MCop;.*l|rbt rnootui.. . l.St* On* Copy, six mouth". ... BS Copy, font montbs.. JO In* Copy, three inontha,_ *0 *!??!? ?ooy. ?*> AOVKKT1S1NU KATE*. for one in*h, on* Insertion ? ,..?,-S ss tor <>a* Inch, each subsequent Insertion... ip ror two Inches, taree mouth*. ft os For two Indies, sta month*.. Itt vu For two Inches, nine month*. 14 ito for two Inches, twelve months JO 00 ttnrriag* and tuners' notlos*. ... BS Stand!ns and transl at notices per lin*..... 1 r Postage StAsapt* of a de nomi nat kn a'gher thau two cents net recei?*d en ?abecriptions 1 rn Flak kt I* Issued ?**kly. I'h* voli? tion prier* Bl.G*> a year, tn advan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 December 1895

SATURDAY, - DEC. 28, ls THE GOVERNORS FAREWELL. SENDS A SPECIAL! HESSAOETO THE LEGISLATURE. The Facts and His Efforts to Uphold ihe Laws. . A STATESMANLIKE DOCUMENT Hs Asks for a Defining of His Pcwerj to Protect the Prisoners?The En? tire Matter in the Hands of the Law -Makers-The Celebrated Case Now in the Hands of God and the Courts. What Will the End Be? [CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK ] DOUBTS HIS AUTBOKITY. But though I firmly believe that without a military guard the prison? ers will be in imminent danger of vio? lence, and though as the Executive I am commanded by the Constitution to take care that the laws be faithful? ly executed, and made commander-in chief of the land and naval forces of | the State, and empowered to embody the militia to repel invasion, supp .insurrection, and enforce the du* fecution of the laws, I entertain doubts as to my authority to send a military guard with these prisoners unless the same is called for by the sheriff who j v ill have them in charge. TH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 December 1895

SATURDAY, - DEC. 28, 1895. BLOEFIELD LETTER. Mora About the Grab?Gov. OTerral Commended?A Fearful Wreck Other Items. Blobfibld, W. Va , Dec. lu, 1895. lion. Jno. Mitchell, Jr., Kiohmond, Va., Editor I'la* et: ? Since our las communication to your wonderiu. progressive and developing organ u tae south devoted to tue great inter. est of our mighty race anu tue couu try at large, tnere aaa been much atti relative to our previous letter, whic appeared in your valuable issue c November Iii, io regards to Mr. Oliver' address here, being so severe on in ftAMBT and its editor because you ai endeavoring with your skillful kuov ledge and wisdom u> prove or show I . the public the wrong action of tl Grand Fountain duriug ice loth ai nual session in September in the ci< of Richmond. what it did. If we understand correctly sold th whioh naturally belonged to the Graj Fountain, the plans. 1'hereiore ti: being a fact we say not only the Kio mond Planet should condemn bu an impoverish action ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 January 1896

THE ONLY MEDICS For AdvertUersDesiring Colored People's Trade. Special Quotations upon Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed ??JiT'It is the Favorite Mens ot Communication between the BUSINESS MAX and the Con? sumer. 'Phone 935. VOL. XII. NO. 3. EVERY COLORED MAN Should Have this Jour? nal in His Home. Every White Han Should be ful? ly Posted as to the Wishes of this Large Laboring Class of the South. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1896. ??^Terms in advance : $1.50 per year. Sent to any part of thc United States or Canada without additional charge. '? ii *ss?*s?*****?ss**sssss??*s?B*3sMss***?*a*a? PRICE, 5 CENTS. A CHILD BORN. MARY ABERNATHY'S CONDITION. No News from Judge Or gain. MOBS ABOUT THOMPSON. Witne?flefl Who Heard His Threat*. ?JV aW th I We called at th? city jail Thursday ind instant and learned that a girl ba by had been ushered into the work between the hour* of 2 and 3 o'clock January Lat, 1896. Mary Abernathy wats doing well. Pokey had installe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 January 1896

P?bft*b*d erery Saturday bj Jr.. proprietor, at S14 Kan Bro iPhone ?ft5 lOHH MITCH KLU J H.. All na** wallia Un? Intended for pubiloatlu ssast b* sat to tb* editor, John Mitchel. Jr m East Broad Street aad *bo*ld reach alas o Tuesday. TERMS IN A UV ANCE. Oas Copy, on* year. Oa* Copy, sight month*........ Oas Copy. atx month*.. On* Copy, toar month*. Oas Copy, three months.. " I Copy,-. ??1J ... I.I ... .( _ J 71 J ADVERTISING BATES. for oa* lash, on* Insertion. ...??.fl For <>?? lac*, sack subsequent Insertion... ror two Inch**, three mouths. f For two Inches, ai month*.. IS s"or two Inches, nine months. 14 For two Inch**, twelve month*....... ss Binning* aad loner*' notice*..m Bt*?-ltna aad traaat st aotios* per line Postage Stamp* of a denoaalnatlc higher than two ceotfl sot received i flsQwcripUoBB. Ta* Fla a ar la issued westly. Tb* subecr! tion pris els fli.su * year. In adraace. There are rous wat* by WUch moory can stat by mall at oar risk-in a Po*t Offloe Mon Order; by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 January 1896

i 'DAY, - J\N. 4, 1800. ilNGTONLETTER LEVELAND'SPRE DICAflENr. ?ged With Trickery. ercssuhi ri Henderson's Reasons SSADOS BAYARD'S SU&PBIS ING UTTEKANOES. Tbe Situatioe io Texas. rn Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, 1) tv 30,1896. ere waa a tiuie when man; re? sans who could not agree with t he did respected Mr. J leveland cause they be ieved him to be cont? entious and straightforward. That me has passed. Mr. Cleveland has own himself to be a trickster. And nothing has he shown it plainer an in that hysterical message ap? paling to Congress for financial aid lthough that appeal was made when sfljflgress was ready to adjourn for the ? iday recess?many members hav K started for home?the republican lajority at once gave up the idea of a aces* and worked even on Christmas ay to respond to the appeal, by pre ering s tariff bill, not exclusively for rotection, but to increase the reve uefl of the country to the extent of O.nm.lMK), and abiM authorizing tho e of 3 per cent coin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 January 1896

SATURDAY, - JAN. 4, 1896. Scandal Monger*. Do you hear tbe scandal mongers Pass tog by, Breathing poison in a whisper in a sigh. Moving cautiously and slow. Smiling sweetly ss they go. Never noisy, gliding smoothly like i ?oaks, Slipping hers snd slipping there, Through the meadow tresa and fair Leaving subtils fllime and poison ii their wake? Saw you not ths scandal monger As shs sat Beaming brightly 'neath the roses lo her hat? In her dainty gloves and dress, Angel-like and nothing less, Seemed she, casting smile* and pleai ing words about, Onoe she shrugged and shook he head, Raised her eye* snd nothing said, When you spoke of friends, and yet i left a doubt. Did you hear the scandal monger At the ball, Through ths music, rythm, beauty, Light and all? Moving here and moving thara, With a whisper light ss air. Casting shadow on a sister w?man fame? Just a whisper, word or gi sacs? As shs floated through toe danes, And the world is busy with a s po tie name. You will And the seanda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 11 January 1896

For Colored Peopl Special Quotations Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed ?t-T'It is the Favorite Menns ot Communication between the BUSINESS MAN and the Con- 5 Bumer. 'Phone 935. * VOL. XII. NO. 4. "--BsBbBbBsbBBBsBbbbI ETERY COLORED MAN Should Have this Jour? nal in His Home. Every White Han Should be ful? ly Posted as to the Wishes of this Large Laboring Class of the South. SssVTerms in advance : $1.50 per year. Sent to any part of the United States or Canada without additional charge. <a/eV$/?!yfc/t/fc/BV^'BvrBV%v^ ?BSS-nsMMrtaBBBBBBBB-BB-BBtteBBBBBB^^ i RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY ll, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS AGAINST BROWNE. A STRIKING C\SEOP DUPLICITY The Grand Fountain Ap? pointed Him to Revise the Ritual Does the Work arid (>>pv rights it for His Own Benefit. More About That $50,000 00 Interest in the unwarranted nnd surprising action of Rev. V? ill tam *?. Browne in having voted to himself (foOOOtn lifty thousand dollars for the one dollar copyr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 11 January 1896

PwbBa?t4 -very i?.a-<5ay by Joaa aCttohsO Jr^roprfcrsor. at 814 Baa* Broad Street, Blab .Phone W5 JOHN MITCHELL, JR.. Baw SS AB eommaalaatloBa Intended tor pnbUeaMoi maa* be aeat to tbe sdi tor, Joan MiteieU. Jr. Ria Bart Broad titree* aad tuooJd -boc* aba 01 TBBM8 QI ADVANCB. Oas Copy. oaeyaar.??.?t-U* Oas Cop-, sagbt month*..?.-_?. ...~? *?? Ob* Copy, alx moatha........ ?* Oa* Copy. loar -a oat ha. .*. JJ Oa* Copy, taree moataa.. ?* BaacW Oopy.-. ? aJVBBTHING RAT BB. |>or oas lash, ona tunis lion. ..8 J Bor oa* laeb. each eabaaqasat lnaartlon... d rot twa Inches, thrss montJua.~ S I for tao laahea. alx mouths.. IS i for two Inches, nlaa months.-.?._?._ 14 i For aro laches, twelre moatba.-.? St i Marriage aad tanara) aotkaa..?.~~~. ; aad transl at aotteas par Has ? Poatage BUsBbb Bf a d?no?laatl< higher than two eeats not received < BBbecriptioBB. TuPlbwit la tasoad weekly. Tba aabaerl boa piicsU S 1.60 a year. In nd-ance. Taara ara roon wara by which naaaay aaa aaat by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 11 January 1896

--BWSBBBBBaBBBBBaBBB-aaa SATURDAY, - JAN. ll, 1896. THE END. There is no see, however deep, There is bo hill, however steep, There is no lane, however I on jr,. No earthly power however strong, But hsth an end. We see the ocean wide and deep, We eee the mountain high and stee we eeo the lane that seemeth lon j We feel the power that seemet strong, Yet each one has its end. Rome swayed the sceptre long an well, Greece gained tbe power and prov. Rome fell. For many yeera gay China stood, Till Japan bathed her aail in bloo She fell and had her end. Not only country's nation's men. Have a beginning and an end, But earth, and life and e ery sti That shines so brightly from afar, Must have an end. The little flower lives but a day, They teach one thought and pi away, And may we take the lesson in, 'That sickness, sorrow, death a ain, Must have an end." God only livea eternally, The planets all must pass away. The sun that shines from day to d Will soon no longer pass this wa; He, too, mus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 11 January 1896

ATURDAY, - JAN. ll, 1896. ANOTHER STAR. HE NEW BOND ISSUE. flSQS IA HIE UOCJ>E. riLL MR. BAYARD RETIRE?-UTAH ADMITTED TO THE UNION. rom Our Regular Correspondent.) Wasiiinoto>, Jan. 6,1896. The republican House does not ropose wasting any time while wait ig for tbe tanti and bond bills to be (ported from the Finance committee id acted upon by the Senate. It i? ie policy of the republican leaders in ie House to make the session a short > far as the action of one branch Congress can do so, and in accor .nee with that policy the regular ap ropriation bills are to be passed ae rapidly as possible. The pension appropriation bill will be reported to the House this week It carries an appropria. ion of $137,90C OOO and three important amendment* to the pension law. First, one pro? viding that no pension shall be sus? pend ed on a charge of fraud until tht charge shall have been adjudicated ir a U S District Court, except wher. the alleged fraud constitutes i plain violation of stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 18 January 1896

THB ONLY MEDIUM ForAdvertUersDesiring Colored People's Trade. Special Quotations upon Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed ??tTTtia the Favorite Me"?is ol Coramunieari'-n between tbe BUSINESS MAN and the Con? sumer. 'Phone 935 VOL. XII. NO. 5. EVERY COLORED MAN Should Have this Jour? nal in His Home. Every White Han Should be ful? ly Posted as to the Wishes of this Large Laboring Class of the South. ??jfTerms in advance: $1.50 per year. Sent to any part of the United States or Canada without additional charge. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS HAD SDED THE CITY. Alderman flrchell De? sires the Position Va? cant. A SCATHING EXPOSURE OF THE NOMINEE OF THE DEMOOKAT 10 CAUCUS Had 8a?d the City aad Over-ridden thc Sn per in Undent and the Water Com? mittee?Ho Investigation The regular monthly meeting of th? Board of Aldermen wa** held Tuesday evening. 14th inst., at 7 o'clock Pres ant: Messrs Rahen, Blake, Burton King, Mitchell. Moore. Mountca*-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 18 January 1896

tBuif . Pubtlabed arty Ratarrtoy by John MttoheU Jr.. proprietor, at S14 ann* Broad Bte***. MS*h som. ?* Pho?*lMKV JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. ^n nft-im--Mnr- lnt*ad*d tor pobU?ttlo?* ?.nat b* **nt to tho editor John Mitchell. Jr.. -14 Emm* Broad Street aad ettoald roach Elm oa TERM* IN A UV ANCE. Om Copy, ob* year. .I1.4S Om*Copy,?sat montis*. . ISO Oat Copy. ats. Month*, ?. JS1 On* Copy, (oar moitu,. Oa* Oopy. thro* month*.. ITl* Copy. ?JJVS&TISLNU BATa-a. roc oa* taoh. on* lnaorttoa.-.S -* Pc* v>n* IneS. *aeh *ube*o.u*nt Insertion.. .* ror two Inch**, thr? mon tho. ... SS Por two lochs*. ?lx month* ... 19 ri For two Inch**. Bin* month*. 14 S Por two Inch**, tw*ir* months.-. SS S Marrinc* and tnn*ra> notice*.. I Btanding and tran*! nt iuUom por Ha*- 1 JPaaiage BUasaa af a *e_HN_-tnatlo hi* her than two ?eats aot received a subocriptloaa* Tulmur st te tndaod wnekly. Th* -abner i tion pricer* 91.60 n yonr. bi ad rone*. rb*r* ar* rou* rrin by w__ch mon*) eon ?sot by mail nt oar rin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 18 January 1896

SATURDAY, - JAN. 18, 1896. WASHINGTOHLETTER Senator Teller's Obsti? nacy. THI. GEOWTH Of PROTEOTIOH THAT BOND SALE. Thc Affirmation of the Monroe Doctrine ?Thc Onban Question (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, D O , Jan 13, '96. Republicans outside of the Seuaie find it difficult to comprehend the deadlock in the Senate Finance Com? mittee over the House tariff bill. A caucus of republicsn senators decided that the bill should be reported to tbe Senate without amendment, just as it was passed hy the House but instead of the bill being reported it has been hung up in the committee and nobody knows when it will ba reported or whether it will be reported at all 1* it any wonder that republican* are asking what was the use of re-organ? izing the Senate committees if a bill ordered reported by a republican* caucus can be deadlocked in a com? mittee which has a majority of repub? lican member*. THE CAUCS OF THB DROPLOCK. The alleged cause of tne deadlock ii the action of Senato...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 18 January 1896

SATURDAY, - JAN. 18, 1896. THE PLANET. The Planet is our own dear friend, So let us all our hand* extend, Perpetuate it to the end. The PUnet. It stands out for all that'* right. And helps us then with all its might. Brings Negro race into the light, The Planet. Let mankind all both far and near, Who hath a careful listening ear, Spread journal that to all is dear, The Planet. Let's help then quick and make it go, That it to all the world may show. What Negroes all would have it know The Planet. lt's editor, a man of hue, To our race has proven true. And he wilt prove a friend to you, The Planet. Proclaim his name, his works, hi journal. That all may find that life eternal, Scorn lynching and the fiends infei nal, The Planet. The Planet, the Planet, let every on ?ing, 'Till over the world the glad echo ring, And over your door-step, the mai man will bring. The Planet. S. M Sanders, blossburg. Ya. DEDIOATOBr SERVICES Of African Calvary Baptist Church Morristown, NJ, Kev George E Morr...

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