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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 February 1896

EY1H COLORED IAN Sheutd Have thU Jour? nal tn His H?>me. Every White lao Should be ful? ly Posted ma to the Wishes ef this Large Laboring: Class of the South. ?er* Terms In ad rance : $1.50 par ????*. Sent to say part of tk Hatted States or Canad* wtthoat additional charge. 't\v*/%W%^/*/%/a,'*f*/*/& THE OILY MEDIUI ForAdvortiiiersDesirias: Colored People's Trade. Special Quotations apoa Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed a-TItls the Favorite Means oi Casasnnn.cat.on between the BC8ZNBSS MAN and the Con ??aanstr. 'Phone 936. %^^%^r/a^^sV%VeV?/^^t^ VoL. XII. N () RICHMONIX VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS IARY BARNES WRITES. A VOICE FROM THE PENITENTIARY. More A bout tbe Case?Grie v ing About Ber Children A Sad Feature In the Cel? ebrated Case. The Lunenburg Case is still the to? pic of conversation, People are asking Suestioos, and enquiries as to any new avelopments come thick and faat. The work of summoning witnesses is no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 February 1896

-s-_ss-_s-__ss______-ssa--__i Published every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr., proprietor, at 814 East Broad Street, Richmond, Ya , 'Phone 935. JOHN MITCHELL. JB-. EaiToa All eommuletttou Intended tor publication matt bs scat to tbe ad)tor, Jobs Mitchell. Jr.. 814 Ea?* "road Btraat aaa afc ould reach him by Wednesday. _^^ TKRM8 DI ADVASCE. O m Oppy, oaa year.-?.......fLSS OaaOopy. c-abt months,.?__>-_ 1-w Oaa Copy, six montha.. ss Os* Copy, tour moatha......._ .SS Oaa Copy, threa montha...._..?_~ AA a.a*jle<\>py.~ AA iifvSRT'Sl.iU BATES. ror oaa baa-, oaa Insertion-...t M ror oaa ta**, arneb aabaaqaaat la-uttloa... Xl ror two 1-chee, thraa montha.. 3 SC For two t-cliea. aU montha..? IS m For two lurnea, ulna montha.~. 14 M Kor two Inobea. twelve montha..__ XS SI Marriage and funeral aotloaa..__? M Standing aad traaat at aotloaa par line.?. li Postage Stamps sf s denomination higher than two coota set received at fsbscriptlons. Tan I'la sar le leaned we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 February 1896

1 I SATURDAY, - FEB. 29. 18l>6. LYNCH LAW. ITS WORKINQS AND ITS HORRORS DESCRIBED John Mitchell, Jr. '1 he 1 oh?red Journalist ol Rich mmd, Va , speaks tir-re. OTHER 8PEAKE-io OF NOTE The Golden Ohsin Lodge of Odd Fellowi Had a Gala Bight at Graves Hall (Springfield, ll aaa.. Horning Union.) Laat night was a gala one for Gold en Chain Lodge ot Odd Fellows, (oi three prominent men in the order John Mitchell, Jr., the abie youri j journalist of Richmond, Va.Ueorge A Busby of Worcester, district grane master of the grand lodge of Massa ehusetts, and Andrew B. Lattimore ex-grand director, were their guests. The gathei ing was in Graves'hall which waa prettily decorated for thi occasion. Shortly after 8:30o'clocl the members of the lodge marchi* i in to tbe hal) and escorted the guests ti the platform. Ihe committee of re caption was made opofC H 8tron{ H. J. Harper, Austin T.Taylor, G. ti Hutton, J S Whitty, A N Brown Jr , George Paris, W B. Butler, D. W Johneon. H J. Harper,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 29 February 1896

SATURDAY, - FEB. 29,1896 WASHINGTON LETTRI SECRETARY CARLISLE' BLUNDER. THE RECOMniT OF TH TARIFF BILL. CAUSTIC CRITICISM. The Situation in Non Carolina. AH ENTHUSIASTIC OONGRESSM [From our Regular Corresponden Washington. Feb. 24th 1: Secretary Carlisle has furnished silver democrats with a wedge 1 will be used to split the democr party, at the Chicago convent This wedge was Mr. Carlisle's le declining to ask 'he anti-silver de crats in the Kentucky legislatur vote for Blackburn for Senator, saying in effect that he thought a nority justified in refusing to seer their belief in the interests ol p harmony. It is thought by some I this letter was deliberately plat and written as the first step tow a bolt on the part of the adminii tion democrats should the silver dc crats control the Chicago conven but if that be correct those adminii tion democrats who have been wot so hard to get the silver democr a commit themselves in advance ti support ot the candidate and plat of the Chicago co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 7 March 1896

%4'4/%'%'t/t/t/tr't/t/t/* EYERY COLORED MAN Should Have this Jour* ?al In HU Home, Every White Han Should be ful? ly Posted as to the Wishes of this Large Laboring: Class off the South. ??HTerrms in advance : $1.50 per year. Sent to amy part of Use Usritcd States or Canadp without additional charge. %'?fc/?jV^/cI/tt/et/tV3/?/r?/?/$ THE ONLY MEDIUM For Advertisers Desiring Colored People's Trade. Special Quotations upon ?Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed ??"His the Favorite Means ?* Communication betweem the BUSINESS MAN and the- Con *********. ''Phone 035. '*/l''fc^'l/l/t/l/$/fc/ti/fc/fc, vol. xii. no. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,?ATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENT TS FARMVILLE JAIL. Editor Mitchell Visits The Prisoners. BXAMIH--D THE STBUOTUS--. Mary rAbernathy and Pokey Barnes ? Their Trip to Lunenburr, 0 H ?The Midnight Removal ? Feared The Lynchers?Danger in Tbs Benighted Section Marable Talki ? Mary Barass Visited in tbe Penitentiary. Editor John Mitcha]!, Jr., visit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 7 March 1896

mtm Published every Saturday by Johr Mitchell Jr., proprietor, at 814 Ess* Broad Street, Richmond, Va , 'Phone 935. JOHN MITejHELL, ?? Kan* SH eommaak?nt.oM tataaoed for pa tj Haast * wa*** b* Mat to tko ?ditor, Jobn MitcbeU. J* SM Ka ? Broad atr**t aad should rmmeb him b Wtdaaada*. TERMS Ol ADVAUCB. O aa Copy, owyar-. .?....~.iUt Om Copy. etaht most-**-l? Om Copy. atx month*..--. *f Qm Copy, fonr moatha.-.-.~ .** Oaa OOpy. thia* moatha.?. *? siaato e\?py.-_..-. a ADVERTISING RAT EB. por oaa laeh. om tuarn Uoa-.?S tl tot oa* lath, each eabeeqoent Ineertloa... * For two Inohea. thrM moatha.-.- * ? For two loon*-, ax month-..-ls > For two Inch**, nina moatha.-14 a Kor two Inch**. tm*lr? montha.- SS 0 Marri*** aad tanara' nottoea..? S ?toadies aad traad at -ottoM par Uae..?. 1 Postage Stamps er a deaominatloi higher thaa twa cents not received e ?abscripUot-k* Tbb F1-1M8T Ul leaved weakly. Tba aabscrt Mon prier** fl.es a yaar. la ad-aaaa. Tber* ar* roua w-t? by w'llcb monti ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 7 March 1896

SATURDAY, - MAR. 7, 1806. MY FRIEND When my friend is dead and laid away. And with celestial spirits dwell; Bsd will be my plight, my lot dismay, My store of love, a dosen hells She no more with me, will kneel, de? vout To God for grace, and supplicate His protecting arm, divine, reach out. And sin to death to relegat*. She will Bleep tbe sleep of righteous dead Among the blessed angelic sprites Lonely, weary and forlorn, I'll dread Aild pray away the dreary nights. Nevermore. I'll hear her humming hymns To Hitu, the Prince or all things good? Then my cheerless soul and feeble limbs In vam will seek true womanhood. She no io-?g?r bab) will tranqui Ixe, itut taketh rest in Christ the l*>rd ; While I grieve and gaxe with wishful eyes And hope and wait for my r ward. Nevermore. I'll meet her greeting smile? That ity mool true of heaven's light; Ah, methinks my God can reconcile My soul to (ate and future bright. Nevermore she'll mend, prepare my clothes. But rest serene in h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 7 March 1896

SATURDAY, - MAR. 7, 1896. r, MAHOHESTEB LETTER. The great cantata "Jephthah anti his daughter" will be repeated on next Monday night, March 9tn at the Kira: Baptist Church, and we are quite sure it will be finer than before. The peo pie are crazed over it and want thei: young sons and daughters as well a their uncles and aunts to hear ane see Jephthah kill his daughter. Mr. I'*ac Lee, who resides on oas -list stieet continues very sick. We le. rn t*_%t an Insurance com pan has bee; i organized in our city wit. ates.-- 'linga, Jr., as president, an1 Mr. Clifford Winfree as secretary an business manager and a number of oj prominent citizens as stock-holderi God grant, that they may meet wit success for our people are tired of tb white insurance agents knocking i their doors Miss Lucy Winfree, teacher in tl county was in the city last week. "A man that hath friends must sho himself friendly." Prov. 18:24. Was the text from which Dr. Bin preached on last Sunday to Bethr Lodge, So. 2398,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 14 March 1896

EYERY COLORED MAE Should Hare this Jour ?al Itt His Home. Every White Han Should be ful? ly Posted as to the Wishes of this Large Laboring: Class of the South. In advance: $1.60 per year. Sent to any part of Ike United States or Canad> without additional charge. %/t\V&r^/Q/t%f*/%/&&i*/Q/& THE OEY MEDIUM For Advertisers Desi ring Colored People's Trade. ? Special Quotations upon Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed ?W^Itis the Favorite Means ol Communication between the BUSINESS MAN and tbe Con ?ttmer. 'Phone 035. '&*/Q/*'*\'^/*/*/%/$/9V&/$s VOL. XII. NO. 13. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1896. PRICE, 5 CEMTS. SERGEANT KILLED. A COLORED HAN'S DES? PERATION. SHOTDOWN HIS JAILER. PREFERRED DEATH TO THE PENI? TENTIARY. His Victim Passed Away?Escaped Lynch inr? Died Bather than bs Captured. Danvillm, Va., March, 7.? \t nine o'clock to-night an alarm was turned in by ringing the fire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 14 March 1896

aaaa**mmamm**m*aaa*mmaaaaaa Ul SM Published every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr., proprietor, at 814 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va., 'Phone 935. J OHM MITCHELL, JR.. ? Editob Ail coa-majdcatioM intended tor publication mart ba Mat to tb* ?ditor, John Mitchel. Jr.. S14 Ewt Broad Htrart aad should reach kia- bj WlllMMllT. TERMS IN ADVANCE, OaeOopy. omajmmr..fl-SQ Om Copy, eight monthi,-.?? 1 S? Oa* OopF. at*, month*.- SO Ob* Copy, toar moatha.. .*? x*R( Ob* Copy, tarra moatha......-.? ??? ? flopy,- M tha P We our the the pie ma; the ing ADVERTISING KATI ror oa* Imo. oa* lasart-oa. -._.?^?> SO For oa* lack, each eubeeqnent insertion... 26 For two lace**, threw moatha. . , .? S 09 For t*o inch**, otx Bontha..?--_. 1* wu For two tech**, aha* moatb*.?. 14 St For two Inch**. tw*ir* moatha....-. SS St Marri*** aad faa-*al aotloM.-.? St nttaadlna aa*d tra-.- at not-ow par Ha*. 10 Postage Stamps ef a denomination big her than two cents not received en sabecriptl Tan pi^a-kt l* iss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 14 March 1896

SATURDAY, - MAR. 14, 1806. MEMORIES As a perfume doth remain In the (olds where it hath lain, So the thought of you remaining Deeply folded in my brain, Will not leave me, all things leave me You remain. Other thoughts may come and go, Other moments I may know. That shall waft me in their going. Aa a breath blown to and fro. Fragrant, memories, fragrant memories Gome and go. Only^thoughts of you remain In my heart, where they have lain IV rfumed thoughts of you remain. A hidden sweetness in my brain, Others leave me,all things leave me; You remain. A btu ur Symonds. WASHINGTONLETTER Secretary Olney to Resign. NEW PENSION REGU? LATIONS. The Ouban Question?Senator Oullom's Candidacy?Mr. Carlisle and His Boom?MoKinley Men Indignant. tre; tor to hoi the lia^ ?U> J. HU 1 L). mr vi( 1 Ml in aa* wa Mi Ko Uk en n\t to SOI \ ile ba ?lt! nb pa K. W th (From our Regular Correspondent) Washington, D. C., March 9, 1896. Secretary Olney, the only member of the Cleveland Cabinet who pos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 14 March 1896

? i "issi aammaaamaamam--ssa?-sea-SM SATURDAY, - MAR. 14, 1896. NOBFOLK LETTEB. Politics Boiling?Banquet Social- Y- M 0. A-?Mr. Harrison as a Poet. thi. two sist ma tex erv he not ma 2nd wa ser sac al. coi ant ar. coi th] lov 1 Re mi be A 1 by thi soi 8t! 63i ed re Mi tu? sh WI ti( bi Hf ?J Pl St tl B h y p h I V a Every morning the same old cry of fish-ish-ish with the jingle of the bells tells us of the approach of spring. As spring approaches and nature takes on it-* new garb many are made happy while others must bear ita sor? rows. On last Tuesday night the Queen 8t. Baptist Church was filled, the occasion being an entertainment given under direction of Madam C. S. Graves. The feature of the night was aa apron con? test. Many and handsome were the aprons Miss Mary Alston received the first prize and Miss Serena Thor? oughgood was given the second prize. Miss Emma Salver one of Norfolk's fa? vorite elocutionists rendered a recita? tion which was received with applause while Miss ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 21 March 1896

^*/%/tV%/^'sVfc/*/?/t/t?y? EYERY COLORED MAW Should Have this Jour? nal In His Hame. Every White lan Should be ful? ly Posted as to the Wishes of this Large Laboring Class of the South. aa-TTernwi in ad rance : $1.50 peer year. Sent to any peart of tbe United States or Canad* wit kout additional charge. wv-\v$/*/$/&*/t\r^'a/eV9/& THE ONLY MEDIUM ForAdvertisersDesirlng Colored People's Trade. Special Quotations upon Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed ?Wit is the Favorite Means ot Communication between the BUSINESS MAN and the Con snmer. 'Phone 035. VOL. XII. NO. 13. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1896. PEUCE. 5 CENTS. MARABLE DOOMED! he is again convict? ed of the murder of mrs. Bollard Interesting Testimony. GRAPHICSi ENE* IN IHE COURTROOM. DECLARES THE WOMEN ARE INNO? CENT AND THAT TH0MP8ON COMMITTED THE MURDEH Farmvillb, Va., March 1 6. There was not as large a crowd as was expected to tee the commence? ment of the celebrated Lunenb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 21 March 1896

Published every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr., proprietor, at 814 East Broad Street, Kichmond, Va., ' Phone 935. JOHN MITCHELL, JB.. Editob Sll comuiuntcatlonB Intended for publtoat!< a mgftb*.s?nttutb? editor, John Mitchell Jr.. su K??t Rroad Street aad should reach him b W*dn?sda-. ar fa er st di ai h, t? P TERMS IK ADVANCE ?^?asOopy. ona year._?.-?...ft.'"' Om Copy, sta ht months,.??....? 1.SS ???Copy, six months..->? .so *>-?? Copy. **>or month*..~ .w Oms Copy, thran months..40 ""nK*a Copt.- ?'* ADVERTISING ELATES. ror oas tnah. oas t uss* Mon...f 64 "rm ono Inch, each subsequent tnssrtlnn 2f> Por -wo inches, tbree months.. 3 00 '<>r two Inches, six months. 10 ?M) For two Inches, nine months.- 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months....-,. SO 00 "arrla** maa tuners' notices.? BO Bsandln* Bad transl at notices per line. 10 Postage Stamps ef a denoa-Iaatlcn higher than two cents sot received os lea-arHptloBS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 21 March 1896

a t?. \V Ih i" SATURDAY, - MAR. 21, 1896. brother browne at lynchburg, Fighting The Planet. Rev Lewis and Pay nf. WH? HE STARTED HIS JOURNAL. TRYING TO BOOM "THE BLANKET." l a l i 1 I t i t ii Li acaaoao, Va., Mar. 12. 96. |t Editor Mi tc uk ll:? c A union meeting was held here March 11th by Rev \V. W. Browne. He began his discourse at 9o'clock and , told how Mitchell. Payne and Lewis I j were running him and how busy he had been. Mitchell was the leader. He had a host behind and also that Lewis, Payne and himself had met and shak? en hands and tnat you, editor, did not stop until somebody met you and gave you a pair of black eyes. He also urged the peonle here to sub* scribe to the Reformer. It in a week? ly paper and he would not have ita weekly paper for two or three years, had it not been for Mitchell. After some time, one man subscrib? ed for his paper. Then they took a vote to take it. There were only about 100 persons in the house. About thirty-two stood on their feet and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 21 March 1896

SATURDAY, - MAR. 21, 1896. DANVILLE LETTER. ?ttl is w< ta ty Ida Skeen Convicted as an AccessoryThe Churches-Board of Trade. Danville, Va.. March 17, 1896 The trial of Ida Skeen was called in the Corporation Court last Friday, March 13th She was indicted for murder, as accessory before the fact of Deputy-Sergeant. W A. Cook in this city, Saturday, March 7th. She was convicted and sentenced to 18 years in the penitentiary. By request of the Court the prisoner was represented by Col. E. B. Withers and Mr. L. C. Berk? ley, and the commonwealth by Mr. N. H. Massie In conversation with the prisoner she said that although her sentence was heavy, she thought that she got off light She feared that she would be lynched or hanged, but we have never believed the sentiments to run that way. so far as the woman is concerned, but we are unable to con? clude what would have been the result had George Evans been captured alive. His remains were taken to the I'ni veraity of Virginia. Rev ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 28 March 1896

EYERY COLORED MAN Should Have this .lour nal in Hi* Horrid. Five ry White ^an Should be ful? ly Ported as to the Wisher of thU Large L&borinjr Class of the South. M-r>T?mt9 ia advance : $1.50 per rear. Stat to ???.? part of the lifted !Hate*s or Canada without additional charue. ;*i/*}/^9hr*mV*/*/*^'wv+/^, THE ONLY MEDIUM For Advert! se rt Desi ring Colored People's Trade. Special Quotations upon Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed "It ls tbe Favorite Mean* oi Communication between the BUSINESS MAN and the Cen ?timer. 'Phone *35. %'*^^'i/i/i/?/m/*?/.i/fc/fc, VOL. XII. NO. 15. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. HO ONE OBJECTS. No one objects! let Browne have his fill Ot any pleasure?think, speak, do his will? But not while others starve to foot the bill. N? one objects to power I Let him be If that's a pleasure, king on land and sea? But not while others slave in* misery. No one objects to riches! Let Browne hold. If th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 28 March 1896

Published every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr., proprietor, st 814 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va , 'Phone 935. JOH* MITCHBL1-. JB-. * Burro* AM *o**jm*aiemtlo*m tmtamM tor publication mmrt ha Ml to ta* *attor. Joha aaJtmhatl. Jr. SM am** Broad Street aad ahoo-d rameh him by Wedaaedav. TUMS ra adv abcm. Oaa Copy, oa* roar--?.??*??? C tic fea COI So P* foi rei $5 Bi Ri W Ai Om Copy. oaoyaar.-.~~ts Oa* Copy, eayht moatha.- 1 Oa* Copy, tts moatha. .se Oaa Copy' Soar motha. .,.- ??> Ob* Copy, taro* moatha -mOoay. ADVERTISING RATER, for om taaa. oaa taaorMoa-1 SS ?o* oma lae*. *aeb aabaaqoaat Inner-ton... SS For two b-ahaa, three moatha-.-?- 8 00 ror two b-ahaa alx montba.?.- t* WO Tor twa tachea, ala* moatbe-?,?, 14 SS For two la ch ea. twetre moatha-~ SO 00 Tai imbi amd taner*" mottoaa.. , ?? SS Haaffiaa aad tra-*-* at aotloaa par Maa? 10 Postage Stamps of a denomination higher than two coats aot received ob QBBSa-rlBtiiaBB Tn fuirr to Unw) weekly. Cb* eabacrip Moa pri* cfc*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 28 March 1896

SATURDAY, - MAR. 28, 1896. Fashion and Her Votaries. [By O. M. Steward ] Fashion 's a fool! And reigns with iron rule O'er those who dance attendance At her much frequented school The maiden in her teens, And men of mighty means. Old maids and married women. August kings and haughty queens. All bow with lowest reverence To thia painted, giddy god. And render their obeisance At her every wink and nod. Fashion '? a fool ! But who doth care fof that? Sh** orders "wear a si Upon your head and call it hat!" And straight her dupes ??ill do it. Then wonder "where they 're a' Some doth wear their shoes too small, Some otliers wear DO shoes at all. Some wear pants with ample legs. While others wear them tight as eges. S mic shoes are called the''razor toed," Some square, some round, some ultra mode Some hats so high, some coats so long. The boys dolli make of them a song ? 'doth e'en eye-glasses wear, For fashion's sake, without a fear; 1 hey don these, not as helps to see, And yet they pqui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 28 March 1896

SATURDAY, - MAR. 28, 1896. TBOY LETTEB. TaoT, N. Y., March 24, 1898. It seems aa though we are just now going to have winter up here. This is a spring month but we are having win? ter weather every day up to date The largest snow we have had this winter came on the 11th and 12th instant and is on the ground now It is r-ert cold. The Baptist, Methodist and Presby? terian churches had good meetings all dav Sunday. One of the best things the state of New York haa done for her people is that the Rains Liquor Tax Bill, was signed by the Governor Monday, 23rd instant and has become a law. The next thing we want now is that McKinley be nominated next June by the Republican party and on the 3rd day of next November the people will see to it and make him the president of these United States. We are New Yorkers but we want the Ohio man for oresident. Yet we bow our heads and wonder where is the man who would go to the w hite House and would have a back-bone strong enough to stand up to see th...

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